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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 17, 1935
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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).
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VOLUME LVI. No. 299. KEY WEST FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS




Year Witnesses Great Cut In CUBAN CLUB HAS (CAIRO, ILLINOIS, EVENING CITIZEN COSGRAVES COMEIN Rogers-Post Crash Makes Year's


I ,REGULAR SESSION; CARRIES STORY ABOUT NEW\ FERRIES ABOARD PLANE I


Public Enemy List On Crime OFFICERS NAMED',I -- y I j FOR VISIT HERE Biggest News Among Other Events

Appearing in The Cairo (Illinois "Capt. J. E. Demeritt and
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) Evening Citizen of December A. E. Sharpley both sea Capt.1 n r
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Guns Of Gangland Turned'BIG CAKE \WALK T-; 12, was an article relative I I holding masters' licenses, MANY MESSAGES :Hauptmann Trial, Death

Against Its Own And MANY OF SELECTED, to the new steel ferries that were company the boats to their destination -t I MANY OTHER PROPOSED WINTER Sentence Take Second

recently purchased to be used be-I I with pilots Charles Dass- I ,
Officers TOMORROW NIGHT TO SERVE AGAIN IN COMING I TRAVELERS EXPECTTO
Weapons Of Peace \ I tween the water gaps of the Over ing and Jerry Halterman taking I RARE FORWARDEDTO Place In Survey MadeOf

Play Big PartBy TERM ARE OLD-TIME sea Highway System. I' them down the Mississippi to New ARRIVE IN KEY WEST i
HappeningsBy
AT ARMORY HALLAFFAIR I Captains Eugene Demeritt and!,o Orleans on their own power. Henry
OFFICIALSAt J' WITHIN SHORT TIME j SANTA CLAUS
A. E. Sharpley left Key West aJ Thompson will be chief cook on

HERBERT YAHRAES short time ago en route to Cairo this journey. From New Orleansthe J. M. KENDRICK

(Associated Press Staff Writer) to make the purchase providing ferryboats wil travel, again on (Executive News Ed. .* 1

"G-men" and gunmen wipedout BEING GIVEN FOR a regular meeting of the the vessels were found to be in':'their own power, through what is Among the seasonal visitors ar- ARRANGEMENTS BEING MADE NEW YORK, Dec.Thu

mod of the old crop of public BENEFIT OF COMMUNITY Cuban Olub held last night in the proper shape. After inspectionof known as the "inside passage" to riving today were 'Mr. and Mrs. FOR DISTRIBUTION OF VARIOUS most dramatic story of tht .o

club house on Duval street, offi- the ferries by these two skippers -:': Pensacola Fla. where they will O'Hara Cosgrave of New York, -

enemies during 1935. CHRISTMAS TREE AT BAY- cers, including a board of directors who found them to be as represented -i enter the Gulf of Mexico and be GIFTS IN COMMUNITY American. newspaper rea'as-
coming by plane for a stay in Key
John Smith read the crime VIEW PARK were elected for the en- they were ordered purchased towed to their destination by an the tragic death of Will Ko -rand
suing term. West of several weeks.. CHRISTMAS TREE I
I ocean tug.
headlines of the year with a growing The majority qf those reelected The two vessels left Cairo on I "When these boats were built i, They were met at the landing Wiley Po.t in an.lane

feeling of security as peace have been holding office fora Saturday past en route to Key they encountered considerable barge by ]Ir, and Mrs. Edward I near Point Barrow, AlaskRogers
Older folk of Key West will decade of Bruce, with whom they visited
years. I Letters have been in to
West! and are expected to arrive skepticism on the part of the old- pouring
officers "moped up," leaving only have memories of former days The following is a list of those last year in Key West. While the humorist, .oa
within the next several days. j:. er river men. It was contended Santa Claus and daily the requestsfor
to them tomorrow here the will
back
three major criminals of the old brought elected: The following article from the. that this was a radical departurein Cosgraves occupy gifts posted at the Kris picture actor and ncwsr
night at the Cake Walk being Eduardo Gomez Sr.-Presi- apartments at the Paterson homeon
Cairo is and
reproduced' construction
ferryboat
order on the "wanted li.t-** staged at the national guard newspaper Caroline street. Kringle box at Bayview Park pile columnist, and Post, the c1o.-
dent.Fernando herewith: ,would not work out. But it provedto
the armory. corner Southard and 'Chili-First Vice .Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Lee, of up. Members of the WPA recreation
Fred Barker wanted for
"Formal announcement was be an advanced type of con- circling aviator were known in
White streets and New York are due in within the
President.
per-
,
younger department who
Bremer kidnaping, was killed in made today by the Tri-State Fe"71'struction which has since proven are
enter- Oswaldo Carrero-Second Vice next few days. They are friendsof virtually home ia this
sons will find an amusing every country -
bullets Co. that the two steel-hulled j,very: popular and is now acceptedby sponsoring the Christmas tree and
a blaze of machine solicitor
gun tainment. President. Henry Epstein, general -
Diesel-powered ferry boats, Pilgrim -! river men as the best and most gift distribution declare and beyond, their fame wasworldwi.
they are
from department of justice agents, The afIaif'"which is to begin at Enrique Esquinaldo, Jr.-Recording of New York, who recommends I
and had been sold satisfactory mechanical for
in Florida. Trapped with him 8 o'clock is to be given for the secretary. to the Florida Traveller Emergency Relief'!ferry boat purposes. set-up they visit Key West as part of I swamped with mi ives.I ..

benefit of the Community Christ- Pedro Aguilar-Vice secretary. their winter vacation.Arrangements I To answer all these requestsand
and killed during the six-hour battle Administration and would leave| "Each boat has a steel hull, This was the 8'f'e&testP'! >n-
tree which will be event Dr. Jose C. Sanchez Financial have been made
mas an sweets and for
was "Ma" Barker, no model here, probably Saturday, for a': water tight compartments is 100 provide toys taneous news story of the >ear 1.
for the Lees be the
to at
for the children at Bayview Park secretary. guests
for Mother's day. Monday evening. 1 Antonio Rivero-Assistant financial -I point south of Homestead Fla,! feet long, 30 feet wide with an Casa Marina Hotel during their j the little ones, the departmenthas was the".story with the V-- ,-t

: for use on the oversea highway at overhanging deck making the deck arranged to give a dance Sat- reader appeal A giaa i-
in West.S.
Key
secretary. stay
Raymond Hamilton ace bad Dell .Woods' orchestra is furnishing -
that location. The boats will 38 feet wide. Each boat has culation figures throat. ,-
o replace space urday night at Raul's and the
.
of the southwest died in the the music for the quaint Domingo Ubieta-Treasurer. -- II. Mudee. retired vice president
man. o two old boats that are now a capacity of about 25:>> moderncars country shows more- r
Postal
social; event and Victor Larsen I Manuel Castaneda, Sergio Es- I of the Telegraph com funds from the dance will be
electric chair in Texas. destroyed in were sold this Nor
obsolete and one that was although the Model-T on
will direct the The pub quinaldo, Antonio Arencibia- pany and 31 rs. Mude.; of Bos- used
program. to purchcase: candy and nuts
Dutch Schultz Killed lic is invited to attend the affair I Trustees. in the Labor Day hurricane days, they have carried as many ton. Mass., have signed a lease I any other one news e><. .H
I for the kiddies.
Walter Legenza and Robert and see the cake walkers and all Ovilio Moreno Juan Pazos. through the Florida keys. as 32 cars."Their for apartments at the A. C. Elgin 1 year.
"Negotiations for the sale of, six-cylinder Diesel engines I The larger the number attend- i Long's Assassinal
i +i and
t Joseph Fernandez-Sick committee. home on Eaton street are
Mais, murderers, escaped convicts, who desire are invited to take !I
boats were conducted by | develop 180 horsepower and the dance the the Ranking cfeee' .. dramatic
HerIthe due to arrive next week. ing larger I a sec* in
in the evening's fun. Par-
members o? the tri-etate gang, part ticipants should be on hand at the t I Pablo Fernandez Ramiro Del- man Weber and the sale price Is:.'I they have a capacity of 110 net Mr. and Mrs. Mudjre indicatein I number of children who will re appeal was the tr '!, t-ndru;,

died in the electric chair Vir by 7 o'clock. I i gado, Jesus Medina Carlos Rios, reported to have been $30,000.. tons each. The Diesel engines: their correspondence their intention -, ceive gifts from the Christmastree ,I in conviction and cleat enttm." ,

ginia. armory The receipts from the cake walk 0,. Oswaldo Carrero-Sports and rec- The original cost of the boats, 'I and propelling machanism on each of remaining about four 1 which will be ablaze with I of Bruno Richard Hauptm.rmcharged ,.
which were built by the Howard boat cost $20,000 when the craft I with the ; > '
Dutch Schultz (Arthur Flegen- reation committee.Drs. months. kUtoap-niui < i r
will be added to the fund being I lights at Bayview Park 730
heimer), ex-New York beer baron raised for buying presents for the', Wm. R. Warren and Julio Shipyards & Dock Co. at Jeffer- I were built. Mrs. A. R. Watkhw. of Chicago.1 o'clock on the evening of Monday, of CLarles A. Liadbergh, Jr. ,m

Christmas tree.HASKINS. De PooPhysicians.Dr. sonville, Ind., was $105,000. The "Another interesting incident in has arranged to come to Key West i December 21, when Santa Claus I the Uu-ill-pecked Flemtngton: ,

and racketeer, died in a Newark {I Harry C. Galey-Assistant Pilgrim was built in 1926 and the i I the history of these boats is that about January 1, and will with! arrives to, dispense toys, nuts and J. courtroom.After .
1 hospital after a spatter of gunmen's physician: Traveller in 1927. Both were'; for a period of about seven weeks her little daughter;: occupy apart- his removal to the data

bullets. Three of hb hench- GOING I D:. Armando Cobo-Dentist. used in the Illinois-Kentucky- I during 1929, they were pulled out ments in the Bragassa home on sweets.Many bags have been preparedand house in the state penitent> \"

men also died in the brief gang Missouri ferry trade until about I of service here to be used in hand- White street.VISITING. came the fight to save him IM.HI
be distri-
are in readiness to
battle. :i lOSO?. following the opening of the ling traffic across the Mississippi late the electric chair. An appeal to
buted and workers are busy
OUT ON PLANE
John Paul Chase, buddy of the JOSE I. RAMIREZ Mississippi river bridge which of friver at Memphis, due to the burning the state's highest court was lo''
into the night making and filling
late "Baby Face" Nelson, got life course, eliminated them from the of the Harrahan bridge-a PARTY the I The United States Supreme ( o!m t

; for the killing of a "G-man' ," sevfcraf 8)1') DIED THIS MORNINGSERVICES "Missouri.trade free:. bridge. dance stockings.-will'bsve'Jthe'gvatifietionof Those who attend ref&sed. In.t* lininajin,use.The .

members'of-Ihe BarkWr-Kar- WILL BE ACCOMPANIED "They continued to be used. I "The departure of the Vilgrim GOES ON CRUISE knowing that they have been third greatest dramas

pis gang went to prison, various however, between Cairo and Wick- !and Traveller takes from the Cairo I i instrumental in adding tQ the enjoyment story of the year was the assassination -
SCHONECK BOTH ON IN-
underworld small fry especiallyin i I I liffe Ky. and were especially val- i harbor the last of the locallyowned i of the children by providing of Senator Hut> P.

New York,, were shot, stabbed! ,I SPECTION TRIP 1 1I AND INTERMENTTO uable in handling traffic between : ferryboats. The old Three ACCOMPANIED more and fuller stockings Long, in Baton Rouge, by Dr. t"
DR. GEORGE CRILE
strangled or burned to death. I, TAKE PLACE' TOMOR- these points' during periods of : States and Cary-Bird were sold i and at the same time spend a A. Weiss, a young physician, --" >

The year-end found Alvin Kar- high water in the spring, when the several years ago. The Tourist, BY OTHERS AR- I delightful evening of dancing to to death on the pot by !>...; -
pis, "Public Enemy No.1., virtually ROW AFTERNOONJose after sold the in- I
H. B. Haskins, assistant super- East Cairo road was out of com- i being by ferry alluring music. bodyguards.
the only former big shot intendent and J. mission by reason of being under : terests, sank in the Ohio river RIVED YESTERDAYDr. I: This'ranks next to the Roir<'i-'"-
of lighthouses '
gangster still at large. He's water. : several years ago. With the faster Post crasfi in spontaneous stnrir..
W. Schoneck assistant lighthouse I
wanted for the ,kidnaping of Ed- reserved I. Ramirez 8;;;, died 5 "It is understood now that the and cheaper schedule offeredby I,TREATMENTOFDIPHTHERIA : If it weng ;'for.1ie many !s nsations -

ward G. Bremer the murder of a engineer the have for passageon Miami o'clock this morning in the residence boats will no longer be availablefor the East Cairo Ferry Co., the George H. Crile Jr.. and I' otofta&ong period in HIP
leaving
plane
Missouri sheriff, many robberies. this afternoon. I 523 Bahama street. Funeral this service, the East Cairo field for the larger boats disappeared Dr. Albert Rudenhann. of the] ISNOWAVAILABLE I HauptsiaifntLirinbenfc ease witha

Also widely sought were Thomas I Mr. Haskins will from Miami: will be held tomorrow after- Ferry Co. will arrange for a satisfactory except during periods of Cleveland. Ohio. Clinic Mrs.\ : deepeif 4.mor. tasting pub'u'!

Robinson, jr., and William Mahan, go I noon, 5:30 o'clock from the resi manner of handling such water which inundate the East Crile and Mrs. Rudenhann left I interest I should place it scon '.
to Lake Okeechobee to inspect I
implicated in kidnapings. Robinson aids to in that tection' dence. Lopez Funeral Home is in traffic, when the necessity arises. Cairo road to Wickliffe. But, as this morning for a cruise to \ instead of third is listing the

who has eluded capture for navigation charge of arrangements. "The deal for the sale of the previously stated it is understoodthat points of interest through the most dramatic stories.
Mr. Schoneck will to Sanibel
more than a is wanted for go The deceased Is survived by Keys. I
year Harbor and boats was negotiated through; arrangements are being made : Three World Stories

the abduction of Mrs. Berry V. Island Charlptte that three sons, J. L Ramirez and Abel John J. Walsh, ship and boat broker o to take care of that situation They arrived yesterday by TOXOID HAS BEEN FURNISHED o Of world-wide Mope and or.
in
Stoll in Louisville. section.Tampa Bay inspecting aids I Ramirez of Miami; Rogelio. of I I of New York. ,whenever it arises." plane enjoyed a: ride to view the I greater importance in their influence -

Single Big Kidnaping II I Key West Three daughters, Mrs.\ 'I t sights, and in the afternoon were CITY HEALTH OFFICER I than the above thru
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Mahan is charged with Eloisa Martinez and Mrs. En. comfortably located at the Casa I stories were:
having
engineered lU35's: only major CECIL G. GWYNN i riqceta Varela, Key West; Mrs HOSPITALITY LEAGUE MAKES PLANS I Marina for a rest and to make FOR KEY WEST CHILDREN I The economic llitaat on. mark>-ri

snatch. George Weyerhaeuser 9, Dolores Marrero, Havana, Cuba. preparations for the cruise. ,. by continued improvement of con-
I The first leg of the cruise will ditions in this the action
was abducted in Tacoma Wash., i country;
late in May, released eight days DIED LAST NIGHT PLAN FORMATIONOF FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF VISITORSPlans be to Tortagas and Marquesas! : of the U. S. supreme court in where they will fish and gather tre-
later 25 miles from his home. Mr. I Toxoid against diphtheria daring the NRA unconstitutional

and Mrs. Harmon Waley soon specimens for the museum in has been furnished Dr. and the attack hi courts on othl'r

were caught in Utah. Waley FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE CLUBTONIGHTMEETING for the farther committee; Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks, Cleveland. Returning they will I William R. Warren city health I "new dear measures, includingthe !
e.lertaiD-1 to a number of Keys to the
pleading guilty, was sentenced I go of I AAA and the utilities law
the board
state
Mrs. Eola Swicegood. Karl physician, by
Thompson
HELD TOMORROW AFTERNOON north West.
of
/I II meat .f winter visitors and residents Key l
less, than month after the crimeto : The Itafo-Ethiopian war. carr-
a I health, and has been made avail I
Mrs. Louise Auxier Mrs. Through the of Dr.
courtesy
I J'I
45 Mrs. Waley, not OF! I I ling with it the! ever present '!anise
years. permitted I FOR PURPOSE in Key West were laid last \\ liam R. Warren, ?Ir.Vrn.. II. !I Y. Porter the cruising party is able free to Key West children it 1
of involving other count nt;;,
to tried
plead guilty was ,
i his Cabin Cruiser Alberta. I II was announced this morning.
given 20 years. I ORGANIZING DEMOCRAT. I night at the regular meeting of Malone ?Mrs. Lewis Pierce and I I using This protection against the ter- j notably Great Britain France anj i
The trip will last about 10 days
While John Smith read about I Mrs. Fred Kirtland. Mrs.\ Thompson other members of the League/ Clf
Cecil G. Gwynn, 40, died 8:30 IC GROUP i iI the Key West Hospitality League I it is expected.GREETLNGSW. rible disease diphtheria will be '
I
only one big new kidnaping, as, o'clock last night in the Marine was named chairman of the I I Ir administered to children at the Nations which opposed Itai> -

compared with three in 1934 and 'I hospital after a lengthy illness. I which was held in Hospitality special group.It i ri r FERA: clinic on United street.I r move, invoked sanctions for ",

almost a dozen; in 1933. the I Funeral services will be held ; 0--:; r i Sufficient toxoid has been received ;'first time and sought a pc.u-rjl
""" '''''; the Young League House, 313 Duval street. was decided to present win-J settlement.I
shadow the
of Lindbergh case tomorrow afternoon 4 o'clock from I I. for 500 children betweenthe

again fell large across the year. I the Lopez Funeral Home chapeL 1 Men's Democratic will Club in Mon-I| President William, H. Malone ter visitors with cards outlining I ntARIA i ages of six months and seven I The open renunciation of t''"
take
Convicted in February, in the,I Rev. J. B. Culpepper of First roe County place to them tha facilities available to I II GUTSENsi years. ;'!Versailles treaty by Germany itI -
meeting callel for tonight in the I
year's most spectacular trial of; Methodist church, will officiate. I showrooms of Meter! Motor I.I.I 1 presided. them at Hospitality Hone, welcoming Only one treatment is necessary I rearmament. resulting in a drive

the kidnap-murder of the Lind I The deceased is survived by his i Company. Sunday afternoon the first social I I them to Key West and in most instances: it was said, for more armaments througno'itthe :
continuation
Bruno Richard FRIENDS OF HOSPITAL MATRON Old World and a
bergh baby Haupt- Charles
son, Gerald Gwynn one which makes the meas-
; preventive
]
Several will delive1
speakers event of the season to be pointing oct that Hospitality the anti-eerattic drive.
sentenced to die in or
mann was sister Mrs. Rose \ I I I
Storck. of Miami o short addresses the work of'the REMEMBERED AT ure easy for children. Those in .
March, appealed unsuccessfullyto four brothers C. on given by the legaue was held in House has been provided for the : These three continuing =tor !shave
; RodneyGwynn i club and first officers may be 1 I charge of the clinic this morning;
the New Jersey court of Hospitality House and use and comfort of visitors to Key YULETIDE SEASON : occupied the front page a -
appeals Leland Gwynn and Eric chosen at this session it i is stated. many urged parents to take advantage'of .
I the '.
and the United States supreme Gwynn, of Key West; Rayburn visitors attended the tea; together West They are to feel welcome I this accommodation which has most daily throughout >rji.
The has b<
lUlo-Ettuopian war n
court. Gwynn, of MiamiCOBRINA there time.It been proffered without cost by
: with local persons, and the affair at any I j in drama but
singularly lacking!
Reminders Of DillingerIn SCHOOL EXHIBIT successful was also suggested that I II Friends of Matron Maria the state board of health Through,;
was pronounced so always holding the threat of awid'spread
August the body of John Gutseas. of Mercedes hospital t Dr. Varren. j
Dillinger's lieutenant John Hamilton LEAVES that: ieagoJemember'S expressedthe I I small placards or posters be placed will bei i conflict
,
WEDNESDAY\ I I. are receiving seasonal Hours for the treatment i
that affairs I I I at several: points throughoutthe Barbara Mutton's Romance"
opinion Thun-
was found in a shallow grave many greetings as follows: between 40.a. m. and noon !
near Oswego, I1L Government FOR DESTINATION should be arranged during the state, telling of Hospitality Maria Gutsens da/ta.turdaYaPd Monday at the; The ether four outstanding:

theorized he had been House and its having Been made news stories of 1935 were:
agents winter months to make it possiblefor Director del Hospital clinic. !
fatally wounded when he and his 'The Citizen has been requestedto available for all visitors to Key Mercedes The sinking of the Hbhawk off
announce that there will be an sj..-itoe to mingle with and the coast of Ttew Jersey, with a
West.
with .
shot
chief it out officers in
Desea a usted Felice ,
Minnesota a year ago. A month STEEL-HULLED VESSEL ,HAD' exhibit of the children's work all become acquainted kith local resi- Recreational facilities at hand Pasquas 'y an Prospero 1936 DEMO LAYS PLAN I Ie e I loss of 45 lives.

later, the "woman in red," Mrs. BEEN UNDERGOING REPAIRS -* day Wednesday and until noon on dents and with each other.A for the visitors were also discussed y solicita de Vd, no olviu'e' .a The dust storms over a jrr at

Anna Sage, fought a deportationorder HERE I Thursday at the Division Street special committee composed during the session as well esta Casa de los Pobre SESSIONTONIGHTiRobert i! area of the 1 high western plain!
,
by alleging she had been school. of the greeting and entertainment i as many other problems connected Key West Florida, Diciem- ii followed by a substantial reroverv
I All the patrons of the school) and i I throughout most of the tern tor\ .
promised a stay in return for her 1 with the functions continued bre de 1935. -
and the general public are urgedto committees was formed to lay I The kidnaping and release of
betrayal of Dillinger. Schooner Cobrina. steel-hulled I I activities of the organization. t
four masted vessel, which was in attend. plans for z possible Christmas J. Perry Chapter, Orderof the Weyerhaeuser boy at Tacorra.

the harbor for one week under-!I! party Christmas afternoon and I It fas agreed that active membership -I FOR THEWHOLE DeMolay, will hold a meeting Washington with the subsequentarrest

going repairs machinery. sailed also for a new Year's night party, of the league should be OFTS FAMILY I tonight at 8 JO o'clock in Scottish and conviction of Kidnap

+ this morning. AUCTION SALE both to be held at Hospitality! increased at once in anticipation Rite Han, corner Simonton and Harmon Waley aDd his wife.

$tdgr4m s The Cobrina arrived from Havana I Tonight At 8:00 O'clock House. I I of the busy winter season ahead. I Lovely and thoughtful items for Eaton street. Barbara Button's divorce fro i

and k and sailed for Pensacola un- J FREE PRIZES The social group includes la its I and every member agreed to each Baby, Dad, Mother Grandma, It is expected that there .will Prince Alexis M Kvani. her r-

4UN der the gudiance of Pilot Clar-! membership: Mrs. H. C. Galey, secure another member or an old Grandpa and every other member,be a large attendance of members marriage to Coast Court von

WHISKIES AND GINS ence Thompson, leaving the harbor FRANK JOHNSON chairman, of the greeting com-I member before the next sessionof of the family.GARDNER'S. present including a number Haugw tz.Renn&w. and the

via southwest channel en- Colonial Hotel Building mittee; Mrs. Norberg Thompson, the league to be held January PHARMACY of majority members who are In- death of her farmer husband! man

trance. chairman of the entertainment 6, 1936. terested in DeMolay work. automobile aceideat.

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PAGE TWO rnk KEY WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1935.

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FOR EXAMPLE! I ,i -.r.: .......................
Itrp mt1ri' tW it Their: i
'JLhey're on Way: 1 1
-- \ ...."'-. ;", KEY WEST IN Today's Birthdays

THE Published OTIZEX Daily PIBUSPINQ Except :Sunday: Co. '1KC.L. / In his book, "Compulsory Spending,",, 3. 4' ;Zjy ; I DAYS GONE BY I I .......................

P. AKTMAJ. T: remM..t Julius F. Stone, jr., former Florida Relief ,;>'( ; '''- ....' ... I. James H. McGraw of New York
JOB ALLe A........ B..l.fM KaMV 'I. I fUprn slag.i Her Jest 10 Yeast 1 I City noted publisher, born at
From The Cltisca Bntldln Administrator of Florida, says: "' ,: ,; '. ( : Ac Today: Taken F..... :
# '. : i'T\; ya4a; < f Panama N. Y., 71 years ago
Corner Greene and Ann Streets "It is probably no accident that % r Tb. File Of Tl*,CitlMtt j

J' ... i, i i i . Herbert O. Hengstler, Chief,
W..t and Monro welfare in the ;.1-; 111 'I
Only Daily Nt Tp Cojaty.Kntcrod :'I: After an absence of 21 days:1|., Foreign Service Administration,
for petty larceny and for other offenses 1: from Key West and given up as U. S. Dept. of State, born atMiddletown
second class matter
at at. a
Key Florida.
ATODAY'S I lost with all hands, the fishing, Ohio, 59 years ago.
undertaken to better the :
.TFTY-SIXTU YEAR eco- tom, I smack Acacia returned this morning -
Hmkrr .t 1" As..elate4 Pr..arbc nomic condition of the offender. Manyof | and lied up at the Rios :fish:t I Dr. Arthur E. Kennelly of Cambridge -

Associated Press Is .xcluairely(entitled to ... these people have such [l docks 10:30 o'clock. Three Key;|' Mass., noted electrical
meager .
[ i I born in India 74
engineer ,
i rat rrpuDlH-atlon of all news dispatches credited to Westers Were the 'vessel yearsago.
on Cap-
It or not otherwise credited tn this paper and also allowances ,and consequently such r ; .
the local news pvbllsaed here.'NATIONAL t 1 tain A. C. Arthur, Lonnie Stick-
good reason to steal that the wonderis I.q' and Willie Taylor jr., Hundreda -,,, Frederick M, Sackett of Louis-

EHICfilAl) that not more of them resort to 11.5 e.3 of Key Westers had been;* viBe! Ky., lawyer, onetime sena

', u ASSOCIATION) thievery. If the people at the top of ? Kul 0 X !3 0 Yv seen> early this morning by Cap- tor and ambassador, born at
.
w
C/I'LdJnLeI 1935 I tp11 ftaip Eugene Knight who spokeCaptain. Providence R. I., 67 years ago.
our economic ladder were to change Arthur from Pilot Boat

One Tear _"._"srnscmrnojc.___ .h.:_. RATES $18." places with an equal number on relief No. 1.. and who announced that:: Clinton R. Woodruff of Philadelphia
.. *.0* i lawyer and civic worker,
Six Months ii. I'the Acacia was en route to Key
Three Months _____ So it we are inclined to believe that the !
One Month .,. _. no ....- > .'* West and due this morning.' Directly -. born there. 67 years ago.
Weekly "_'" .. .3* amount of stealing would materially after the arrival of the'Acacia
Bishop Titus Lowe, Methodist
ADVERTISING RATES increase. The gang at the top of there were happy reunions,!
+ CAJ14DA: >1 Episcopal bishop of Portland,
Mad knows oa application. this heap is not so docile the at the Arthur and Stickney:
as
mass Orcg., born in England, 58 years
LiiI
a Ixx l t homes. '
SPECIAL NOTICE of trusting humanity which is caughtin 1 ago.
AH reading notices,, cards of thanks, resol.tioaa of _.
rrspert. obituary notices, etc. will be charred for at the relief net."
20 in that class
The Bazaar to be given under years specialized.
tbe rate of 1* cents a line.
Notices for entertainments by churches from which Human nature being what it is, we : the auspices of the Woman's Missionary of Wori :
& is t be derived I S its a line. d
revenn jue ce > I
k. Mr. Stone is correct in his statement Society of First Baptist
The Citizen Im an open forumItes cIIl&C1Ia- :. .ow The advertising committee of
,
sion of public Issues and subjects I..l nr general church wiD be opened tomorrow,!i
interest but it will not publish af .. out couBiUEicatlolls. ,, and if conditions were reversed the result continue !i the chamber of commerce is aliveto
Friday morning and an-;
would be just the The Citizen fur- the fact that band concerts will
same. til late in the night, and again on
iTgIt be an absolute necessity during
ther believes that subversive propagandain Saturday. Members of the society*
lr the coming winter for the enter
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST the final analysis will do more harm 1 plan to sell fancy articles suitable tainment of visitors and home folk
for Christmas gifts and an assort-
ADVOCATE THE CITIZEN than good, for one reason it tends to widen .r :meat of delicious cakes and candies -;'I and Key West, along with other
important cities will just have to
the gap between the two social strata. "The made by the members. I,I
; have them. The county comnriveioners -
1. Water and Set rage. gang at the top," as the author describesthe i have made $5,990 available
i *(
have all LJe1. Residents on White street are for a concert fund. The chamber
the
moneyed men, not jumped H
2. Bridges to c.aplete Road to Main '
1 taking down, fences and making!I twill I ask city council to appro-
land. traces, and only that part which has, extensive repair to property as';: priate an equal sum It is pre ed

S. Free Port. should be brought into line, but the worst fGiear4 1 well as beautifying ,their yards ini i Ito j! secure a 22 piece band. ...,

.9f'**"%'* possible way to effect this objective is to w4'ANJNewr keeping with the improvements!I I i local talent. Six concerts -e
4. 4. Hotels and Apartments. now going forward on that!;, given weekly. If the counen falls+
I :! condone the vices of the so-called down- With the widening'of 'to
thoroughfare. make the requested -
appropriation
5. Bathing Pavilion. trodden, and glorify their departures from i i ........................ the street and other improvements it is understood the idea

6. Airports-Laad and SPa. the path of virtue. this will be the most at- of concerts will be given
up.
WEATHERS
/ 7. Consolidation of County and City connection with I [r -J]JI : Today In History tractive section of the city :
( the above, the following ........................ ,- ; Editorial comment: A recent
t Governmenta. by H. At, in the Wall Street Jour- 1 1830 Died-Simon Bolivar, At a meeting of the Over Sea issue of the Havana Post pointsout

nal, is not only enlightening but comfortingas Lowest Highest day I ; :frost in north and central the George Washington of South Highway Association held last that while Key West may
well I Station!' last night last 24 hours 1 portions if clear tonight.Continued America, aged 47. night Governor John W. Martin never be as big as Jacksonville .r
A lot of fellows will bt "mentioned"forhigh : Abi:tine ........ 28 50 I !r was again elected president. It Miami it seems destined to be the

office next year, even if they haveto George M. Pullman in his early years, Atlanta __.._ 32 42 I i i I i 1895 President Cleveland'smemorable was decided to hold another meet- only city in than fair state of

do the mentioning them-_ives. venturing in various ways to start the for- Boston ...___ 30 40'. viS? !>! message to Congresson ing next Tuesday to elect the Florida frost line.which" remain below the
tune he felt was foredestined-years aheadof 1 Venezuela-dispute over joint board of directors. Alt attempt
-- Buffalo ...___. 24 28
-
i between Venezuela and will be made to increase the
the founding of Pullman's Palace Car ..__ boundary memj j I There will be a football game
When is a state job not a state office? Charleston 36 52 : \ :I I i British Guiana. bership of the played at the army barracks on
Com.pany-was active in Colorado. He Chicago ____ 28 34 : { back up the county commissioners! Tampa Tribune. When it is a commis- I I aviation- | Sunday, December 20 beginningat
engaged in mill construction; some part of Denver ...-... 26 40 I 1903-Birth of in building bridges and highways,) 3 o'clock in the afternoon be-
sion. 12seconds'flight
Ask
us something difficult. Wright brothers, in a said Vice President Clarke W.
his compensation had to be taken on shares Detroit h_ 28 30 J .. flew for the first time in I' tween the Navy-Marine Corps and
Galveston 44 52 Stearns. the Havana. The
of
with :More than -4 i history in a heavier-than-air machine University
mining prospectors. twenty ,<<
What to do with old safety Havana _._ 68 :i Hawk N. C, visitors will be seen in action
razor at Kitty ,
years later came a letter to him in Chicago Huron ___ 120 32 I Cool Partly Cloudy. i I II H. T. Snyder, of Seattle, Wash., Saturday night when they meet
blades '"
was discovered by s. Washingtonman from the owner of the First National Bankof Jacksonville 40 52 Jacksonville: to Florida Straits''i 1921-$20,000,000 famine relief has been appointed advertising the Athletic: Club's basketball
who swallowed ten of them.A KEY WEST 59 71 I manager for Key West Founda- team.
Russia byhouse.
Denver. It ran: and East Gulf: Gentle northerly bill for passed i
Los Angeles 50 14 tion company. He is an advertisingman
Dear :Mr. Pullman: In taking Miami ...__.56 14 1 I winds and partly overcast weather -] and copy writer of long experience Rufino Ortiz' a dog killed Angel

Florida circuit judge declares that over a group of Leadville mines we Minneapolis -- 18 30 'J! tonight and Wednesday._ i 1928-Attempt of king of Afghanistan and is capable of givingthe Cabo' goat. The deed was committed .

there is a difference betv n a job and ac'dmmis&ion. find that a sixty-fourth of the Asa P. New Orleans 44 50 V/EATHER CONDITIONSThe I to modernize his country best advertising publicity in on Simonton street between
t New York 30 42 and with- that field, as he has for the past Angela and Southard. A
There must !be but generallythe led to rebellion
is.listed in the original books as belonging Pensacola .._ 38 46'Pit 1 I drawal of reforms. short time later the dog was killed

commission pays rao'e than the job. to you-earned by you, we burgh ._. 26 32 moved northeastern northeastward disturbancehas to the flight of 12 seaplanes under Gen. for fear of future .violence on his

learn, in erecting the first buildingsupon St. Louis _...._ 30 36 Canadian Maritime Provinces. 'i I I 1930 Beginning of Italian I Balbo for South America. part. I
San Francisco 48 56.
- Z Wonder if Ocanala has been reading the claims. For years the prop- Seattle ._ _- 42 50 Eastport, Me, 29.40 inches, and i:, -
about..the strike at West where food pressure has fallen in the Lake{!I .... I'
Key erty was considered valueless; but recent Tampa 42 62. CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.l."I.4TIIIIII.
while the
region western high
;
h&s gone up in price because it has to be finds give it very substantial Washington__h 22 32 28Ternlmratur. 42Wigii'ton pressure area still extends from I I

brought in b. boat-Fort Myers News- prospective value. the northern Rocky Mountain region -!

Press Upon the appraisal that we are -... ,j southeastward 0'er the Wean[I
Gulf States Salt Lake
I City HOLIDAY GIFTS
.. purchasing your interest is worth Highest ... .71 j 30.58 inches. Light snow has occurred VALUED
I ,It makes the editor of The Sunday 6000. Will it be agreeable to you to Lowest _.==..:.==.==:: ..:::::.:::::.69 since yesterday morningin

Mean ..._..._..........____.._.............65 : eastern: Missouri the southern
Star very happy to find his only competitor join the other original owners and Normal Mean ._......... .._..........'10. Lake region, upper Ohio Valley o
the Miami Herald, late on Sundays!As transfer to us upon that basis? If yes, Rainfall; j jYesterday's i and northern New England and CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREPrices

result, he says, his subscription list is check will be sent, while if you desire Precipitation .0 Ins. there has been light rain on the

showing!! a marked increase. opportunity to have independent in- Normal Precipitation .... .07 Ins. coast' of Washington and in west-

made it will afford ."Thin. wrd r-r.r. 34-l......r..NrI.4.. central Florida. Temperatureshave include setting but not painted
vestigation me '' 1C at H .VlM-k thin .. j risen ;la the northern Plains: up

E Iowa WPA workers want the prevailing the greatest pleasure to provide you Tomorrow's Almanac States, and are above normal t}I
Sunrises ...._...........? 7:06 a. m.t| there this mo nng, and have fallen -" "- : 4.00
scale and to facility. s
threatening
wage are every
Sun sets -.*._.".-.. >- 5:42: p. nv somewhat throughout most of SINGLE CHAIR ,
s ke. At present the wage scale is $40f Very truly yours, Moon rises _............42:39 a. m. the Atlantic and Easi Culf States


njral sections. In Key Wet the scale is Pullman's answer read: Tomorrow Tide* ; ings generally blow the seasonal DOUBLE CHAIR .
: AJf. average in. these sections. ;
$|0 for 160-hour month for unskilled Dear Mr. Moffatt: You bring High _.____.*,. 2:37 : iJ S. KENNEDY, ..J. 4.50

I li&or, obtained after the,recent protest-a back very dear recollections, for Low :.,......?......48:51 % :ml Officer In Charge.. s SINGLE ROCKER ;
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Barometer 8 m. today:: --L b: i .; ; Ir '.
a. ,
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discrepancy of :$10 in money and 40 hours1rtlme. though I could not tarry there, Colo- .- q '
Sea level 30.04.WEATRR JoO
Subscribe to The Citizen: .
; And yet the Iowans are not satis- rado experiences stay vivid and cheer- : CHILD'S CHAIR :, .-., 'S \

fied. ing to my memory. What growth of FORECAST _, j '* ,.... 6.50

men, what-mountains of ambition my : BENJAMIN LOPEZ LAWN BENCH .
(Till 8 p. Wednesday) { FUNERAL HOME
In earlier days wr, assisted .by Coloradoans were! Key West and Vicinity: Partly II i i: .

plagues-looked upon M Cod's visitations Send the check. It comes in I I cloudy and continued cool tonight! Serving Half Key West l TABLE 3.50
Century ) 0
i by the ignorant-kept dov/n the popula-, and Wednesday; gentle northerly! 24 Ho.r Amb.Unee S.rrtc. I
handy.We winds.Flo. j
tion. Medical science hits almost conquered .: are just through a wearing :-ida: Partly cloudy and con-i Licensed Embmer'

malignant contagious d workman's strike here. Some of our tinned cool tonight and Wednes- Phone 135 NJfht G96-U. FOR YOUR BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORS

which now appear s"aomoJically in eases'l\ people, out of wages a long time, are .

farm, so war must do the job alone ane sufferers beyond what their own ., k. Field Cannon $ .75 Gunboat _-$ .75

fArce l> must be more destructive to be et- pride forbids disclosing. Your check i Large Cannon ? 2.50 Bombing Plane ___ .95

f'ct \'e. The inventive genius of man Los will do them a lot of good. Butletme For CHRISTMAS and r-: Heavy Artillery 2.00 :Machine Gun ._-.-_ 1.25

attended to that. A'' remedy for .overgppulation impose this extra labor upon youit Ammunition per tube

eem to be the practice ofbirth' will be necessary to pass the the NEW YEAR. :

control through the rhythmic law. money to them without disclosing its > i
,,, FOR YWJR (M-MLLS LOW PRICED TOYSFOR
but_ better_ still is continence. ,. source. Send to the local savings bankpresident ,
.h
GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
saying simply that you are ': L I
"" MOTHER AND ALL THE FOLKS-VISIT
Paul W. Chapman, former presidentof directed to make the contribution by PATrR,
Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings '
the Unite. States Lines. is seeking federal "An Old Coloradoan" who has ob- OUR; TOR AND SELECT YOUR GIFTS. THERE

aid to build twin "su:>er-cabin-Hrrel"k'] I .served. :their Decent difficulties, andhop"es little Account. Start dollar.one with us for him today for as tiP BOUND TO BE FOUND HERE SO IE'X -
-' as one From time to time add to it.
at a cost of $50,000,000 .aarh. | His object they will soon be prosperous When graduation and college come along he will 3 ,THlttftTHATMEETS( ; A PAR- I

is to give the man ir the feet. a "luxury"ride again. be prepared for them. He will soon learn the lesson g !+" -! TICULARGIFTPROBLEM O

to Europe by char +tip a low round- Confidentially, most sincerely, that it is not what you earn but what you save

trip fare. Isn't it .enough that our wealthy GEORGE M. PULLMAN. that makes wealth.

Jjtizens( } spend millions each year in foreign I

countries? Must the laborer toil, Our own mood tells on others much I

slave and save in order to spend what litHe more than we know or aware of. But we I The First National Bank of Key West South, Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

,
he can accumulate to tha foreigner's: are frequently mistaken concerning them 1

advantage The $100,00J,000 of course and the causes of these moods the I Member of the Federal Reserve _? & Pfccze. '598 White and EHza Streets

must be gouged from the taxpayers' attenuated grouches for instance are the most honest Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance th '
of the best"s
I J "Yoiar home. is worthy
poc'et-K ok. Shades of the I and honorable in most communities yet Corporation ,. : _. _

Leviathan I t .. _ they are. the least understood 4 e .I.1 s :lI.I.lI.I.I.I.I.I.I.I.I'I.I.I"'o
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,- IBER 17, 193j>, THE KEY WEST CITIZEN AGE THREE

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javle a.es wa ttev Mves saw rse'u.v WVB HMO net iasv r '
,i TUBERCULOSIS IS

I NEVER 2-JEJ LADY ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings MENACE TO AFRICA

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._ae- L._ ___ e.eera saws ee.rs wa wv SPORTS tor as.eated Pleet
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That Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend PRETORIA, So.. Africa Dee
tTMOFSltt Terry mifoff kate The crowd I left aim aloae. At.** ,
mt town Ik. Pa/pa river Tuberculosis, which has
tcvvtmy Checks and Tax Bills of
two had Individual National
*. Protionotrt to .e. wet e.a ODe or approached him they Every ;
da to airy a fclymmt I of needed realized the tall hard figure at the and International Problems wiped out one-fifth the negro
.. Insep
tk
ft*say W for fatlkrr arc ntinttrtnm wperiwma.Tk fvb. bar wax there to drink and nothing population of the Union of South
:IM(.M* alt .. ovemwent (. else. Proplonolr liquor helped to BY JOVE arable From Local WelfareThe Africa is
developing into
A..waecta flaylft trick rft& a national
Alat Or air. of fI,. Vallm.nl' Coffe speed the time to his departure.He problem which authorities
Company tries to hip sal rn 4little. felt like getting royally plastered I __ _
Ttrrp it m tough youngster. long anticipated split between .Maintenance of sound tax state must be handled by the fed-
gull. utuaUg take* tclai A* leant*, bat that wouldo't be so good. ....................... ........................ eral government.
Ice* .. want 'LChapter Of course It would be nice to fade !ABCTEN WON\ CLOSETILIFROMCORNERS r. industry and the New Deal and financial policies.

into oblivion and wake ap Just before Doings Around The BAKER-LOPEZ DATA has occurred at last Briefly expressed_ like this, "The problem has become too
tbe Dutch steamer cleared for the big and too expensive for any
Two For almost three years Ameri- these, ,plant do not seem tart- "
capital-be wouldn't have to stand I Golf links ...........c............ municipality says Dr. J. O.
'
business whole ling. But the full text in which
ADVENTURETERRY here and think how his father had can as a has had, Heyns, officer of health in his
looked when he left i ": Game played during. the first relatively little to say in opposi. \they were written does. In the, annual report.

had been around. Nearing The scene stayed wltb him eves' I six months of 1935 by the eternal tion to New Deal policies. It has &IIe.lof,-the first plank, for example "The colored population, unlike
twenty-eight he had before be yet-tbe tall man at the water'sedge rSIX-RlJN-' RALLY IN FIFTH INNING (By GRAVY) it was charged that goy the Europeans in this country
rivals Busy Bee Bakers
was twenty encircled most of the beside the launch arguing with PUT r SCHOOL BOYS ........................ I and Lopez non-commit.taL ernmental officials and legislators have not developed resistance to
globe. him,ordering kiln to get action from ;t j 1 Funeral Home diamondball tens,i have aattempted to circumvent: the disease
tbe coffee company's bead office In i flY POSITION TO WIN The old golf coarse is in bet- with the date played and results en with the Roosevelt Administration through technicalities the true in-!
do
Me bad seen native gangs sweat the capitaL
tbelr hearts out to raise a rall-oalf' that Jungle world.Ua fathers eyes- --- for along time.: And for this, I that relations can be resumed on In the case of the second it overcrowding and lower their

trestle la the Andes. His life be'di Sure Dad was the boss but It had f I boquets are in order for Gerry j follow: \even a superficially amicable ba vas said that governmental planning vitality" with drink and ex

once entrusted to a battered Ford been hard to leave bin there at that I The High School ten defeatedthe I j I Curtis, who made it possible, January 11-Lopez, 6; Bakers, (a basic New Deal policy) posure.

car. fleeing across a desert three i I all leaden around river him.with,the_sulky Cbalkia. ( Transfer Corner boys yesterday -I but particularly to Joe Rainey e[ 11; C. Gates Tron; Sterling lost. l sis.Not so long ago the United would make revival of private en- is inevitable. And practically all

afternoon at Bayview Park in !I and Harold Russell who have, January 16-Bakers, 3; Lopez States Chamber of Commerce terprise impossible.
Jumps and a wheeze ahead of a yell i Abruptly' be bad another drink. business men are certain that the
a regular Social League game. seen that the work: was done. By adopted a number of pointed In thecase of the third it was
ing throng of marauding Riffs In Speed up time, try to Target tbls in I. l!jthe first of the things will 12; C. Gates, A. Lrnn. rising public debt which must be
The final score was 9 to 8. year resolutions opposing! New Deal charged that security cannot be
Morocco.He action. Again he dallied with the I February 8-Lopez 3 Bakers reflected in higher taxes is the
: ,
;
I idea of Water Pickle pitched for the be ready for all tbe tourist golfers theories. At the recent meeting achieved by legislative decree.
getting drunk. wont threat
No. possible
to
might
had witnessed the death of his into a tangle with th. pollee and end get I Corner outfit and held the ABC i in town.I 1; C. Lunn, C. Gates.' of the American Bankers Association And in the case of the last, This attitude may be stability.justified

fatber's best friend and one of the I ...p being held incommunicado for aggregation hitless for four innings -I A note to all the players: You February 13-Bakers, 2; Lopez Administration economics the Administration's fiscal policywas or not. but curent trends indicate -

most able and undaunted engineersthat tbree days like tbe time be and but blew up in the fifth. asked to drive the roadto 3; A. Lunn, C. Gates. I were flayed right and left by denounced by intimation in that the President will into
over go
ever battled the torces of Na- Barky Corrigan had landed In Ian From then on, be was hit freely -I are the starter shop and not i February 26-Lopez, 1; Bakers.]J I prominent: speakers. And the real its entirety. The plank demanded the 1936 campaign with business -
ture to nfter that All faint's Day riot in 2c.; .. Gates A. Luna. {I split came on December 5, when government; spending only for solidly him.
a standstill Sam Coltnn. through the course. If findit against In 1932
knifed by a heat-and drinkmaddenedpeon Juarez. The School boy .1 put themselvesin I nee to take the you golf March 4-Bakers, 3; Lopez, 7j.: several hundred of the nation's essential government functions,I business!! leaders had little actual
Grand fight that. lIe wondered a position to",capture the game ssary I A. Lunn C. Gates. principal executives, delegates to a currency maintained upon a enmity toward Mr. Roosevelt and
la Mexico. what bad happened to Corrigan. when they shoved over six runs'i course don't road, please"galivanting"stay on across same I March 6-Looez, 8; Bakers, 1; '. the joint 1935 Congress of American i{e dollar of fixed gold value, and a he had a good measure of indus-

.e r .--- -- --- in the fifth frame. ., i j'land go ; :t jUbieta I ., BetheL I Il j I Industry and the National |Ilimitation' of government's sup.o .- trial support. Has the changed
W. Arias M. Arias and J. Russell -'( fairways,, I Ii *March -Bakers, 0; Lopez 1;I I Association of Manufacturers ervisory powers over banking and attitude of business seriously

each collected two hits in j And now for the pairings for!l A. Lunn, C. Gates. I, ratified, without one dissentingvoice 'I credit. 1 damaged his chance of reelec-

three times at bat. Russell and I!{i iI. the Thursday match.. The losers, March 11-Gamed played until a business creed that is the I To some, ii it may appear strange I tion! One man's gneestis as goodas

Arias-hit triples. J. Ogden and J i'as usual will be host to the win i t 7th jnning. Score, 3 to 3, in I I I direct antithesis i of almost everything j that business leaders should take another's in answering that

B. Pinder hit one safely in two i I ners on Friday evening 7:15. I II I favor of Bakers. Protest of um- ,I the Administration stands this 'attitude at a time when business riddle.
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times up for'the School boys. I I The place will be the same i iI pire's decision broke: up the eon- I for.These I'j is going ahead and when

In the field, ,M. Albury starred as last time. So read below and test.April delegates asserted that I industrial conditions are the best

for the Corner outfit, and J. I I find jour name. The first men-I I 5-Lopez, 4; Bakers : "the American system has not j since 1930 so far as production DODGE ANNOUNCES

Garcia Sweeting and J. :Moore tioned are Pullers under the captaincy C. Gates A. Lunn. 9:1 I failed. They protested "blind ; and sales ere concerned. That

i for the ABC ten. of William Prescott Kemp I April 12-B.kers. 2; Lopez, ; experimentation and hasty legislation -: seeming anomaly is easily ex- I

i Score by innings: R. H._E. while the latter named are led by I C. Gates A. Lunn. i t which undermine the American ; plained. Today many industries NEW CAR AT

'' Tranf Corner- that great Climber, Charles Salas. i April 19-Lopez, 6; Bakers, 41; I system and ignore America I are !selling almost as much as''

024 200 0-8 9 ( Here roes;: : I 1C.i Gates. A. Lunn. !:: brilliant record of accomplish-! I they sold in the boom daysbutare i iI

High School Strunk-Kemp against Mel I I.t April 22-Bakers, 0; Lopez, 4::J ment." They said that "the first; I I earning much smaller prof-I i! LOYPRICES/

000 062 1-9 6 3 Russell-Spottswood.. !I A. Lunn Tynes. :!: need of the country in the interests I its. largely because of higher i j

/ a ti T Batteries: Adams and M.I I O'Bryant-Plummer against 11 11I [I April 24-Lopez. 1; Bakers 11; I Ii i of recovery prosperity and 'I taxes. Many industries are in- I j I i Ifnr* luxuriously. appointed than
I Arias; J. Moore and Rueda. Ifesa-Pittman. j.i Ward 'C. Gates. progress, is an assurance of the I:;} volved' in an endless struggle with j I ever deushe before bigger more spa
car: that noted autorcLtors
/ I .Kirchheiner-Taylor against I f May 30Bakers. 4; Lopez 5;I I preservation of the principles underlying -,j Washington official bodies such and famous fashion author-

HIGH SCHOOL VS. I Malone-Ike RusseiL I I C. Gates. Gillentine. the American system." ,|Ias the Securities and Exchange !,., l *'!s all over America have acclaimed -

I AyalaiCurry Harris against- June 6-Lopez, 6; Bakers, 4:1:I I They then adopted a platform for j'I Commission and the Federal ,)6 .the this "Beauty big new,Winner" of-
Grooms-Salas.: I I C. Gates Ward. I 1936, that in the light of their i; Trade Commission and fear that i j: Dodge Is now priced moneysavto even lower
SANITARY TEAM Crnicksr-ank-Jnlinn against, June 25-Bakers, 7; Lopez, 1; I last year's platform, which said I I continuance of New Deal policieswill :, tLan last year as low as $MO. list

KetchumPierce.The j Tynes A. Lunn. little save to vaguely promise! !I eventually mean the usurpation -j price"'mical at that factory already, Detroit. So from.econ -
t t .I I 'I June 28-Lopez, 1; Bakers, 2; "cooperation" to the Administration I of the functions of indus cait to coast report record-smash owners
1[ Today the High School plays following have already I Ward C. Gates. is remarkably agressive. trial management by the govern-] irr economy-IS to 24 miles to therOJon
I
'the Sanitary Department at 4:30 played, vrill be unable or do not Here are some outstanding! ment. Many business leaders ]I : of gasoline 20%: less oU con-
nxnption: this
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Ip. m- want to. However they will all UNIQUEV1LL planks: I I honestly believe that the current :j Podge Is now priced magnificent only a uew few

This will be a regular? Social be at the dinner: Bruner Goldsmith 1.-The maintenance of Con-! business improvement is without J I t: liars more than the lowest-priced,

League game and will be played! Lopez Sam Harris Wat- PRESCOTT, Ariz. Thomas stitutional guarantees. I a sound foundation-that it results 1I 1,I c-mpetltive U Is big cars See and drive
new
,at Bayview Park. kins, Bervaldi Sands Sawyer Taylor of this city, a suicide left Preservation of the free-I from vast government spending I w.thrut delay! See money-saving the free economy Dodge

Terry Willett lounged at the bar. Tomorrow the Sanitary Department I Stoners, Butler, Fripp. Kirschen-j I $25,000 to his widow and $10- dom of enterprise. I j from tamj-erirg with the test Find out for yourself why
meets the Administrationat 'baum Kerr So be I 000 to his daughter of Lagrange, 3.-SecTitlty through economicprogress. I! money system, form a sort ofI I o'vneis say this big car actually}
And to begin with, as 13 most Hadn't seen him for a year-not I the same time. I and listen to Sam sing (?). J Ore., "to go to hell on." I credit Inflation, and that a crash rests lcwest-Iesa r1ced.:to own competitive than the cars.small,
: .I
logical that he. like everything else. since that rontecilles-Juare road 1
should have a beginning, be was -- --- .

born in China.It Job.A !,........................ land poet born at HaverhillJ} t

bad been Col ton's death that MAN came In from the street, Mass. Died ct Hampton Falls '

shocked tight-mouthed rangy Lawrence wobbling a little. Terry lookedat Today'sAnniversaries N. H., Sept. 7, 1892. -.
Willett Into tbe man he bad him dispassionately. Odds that
been before Vie WiOett had smiled he'd fall down the flight of stairs I' '%%' -

and died while a Chinese maidservant from the door.As soon as he saw that ........................ 1817-Henry R. Worthington, FIRMS
rose from her knees with a the newcomer was either Englishor 1778 Sir
-- Humphry Davy, English -: steam pump inventor born in
small bundle of humanity that its American he called all bets oft
chemist-inventor of the min-, New York City. Died at Tarry-
father could not see. No sense wishing hard luck to a
i fellow like that. er's safety-lamp, born. Died i town N. Y., Dec. 17, 1880.
He became the maestro for bison
29, 1829.1779Jacob.
May
-waving the baton of forgetfulness The man gave an absurd Impression I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemuESDAY.lECE
of a mass of auburn hair.a pair of youth-why?-God knows. Barker noted 1824-Lewis Gerstle, California I

of fine grey-green eyes a light laugh, Be didn't look young, his hair was New York -City and New Orleans pioneer and capitalist! bornin
by spurning an executive's chair and tossed and rumpled his tie palled
Bavaria. Died. Nov. 19, 1902.
business and leader with
leaving behind him bridges, dams, loose from his throat, his none-too- political ,
and roads la all parts of the world. clean white ducks were bunched and quite & chequered career born in I Star American Coffee

but never Memory. hunched about his form. Maine. Died Dec. 26, 1871. i 1835-Alexander Agassiz, not JOHN c. PARK R 0 S 1FT'S

How could he. when the boy who Maybe it was his queer triumphant ed naturalist, zoologist! oceanographer NOW OFFERED IN
kept pace with him bad Vic's red- grin as he successfully completed 1797.-Joseph Henry, celebrated i developer and organizer
dish-golden haIr and her eyes! the descent of the stairs; maybe he'd physicist, noted for his investigations -i 1 I of copper mines of Boston THREE GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A SASH GROCERY
And then- wagered on the chance of breaking into electro-magnetism, Harvard 328 SIMONTON ST.
of the famed nat-
son STAR lb 25c
Sam Colton had been sent back to his neck too. That grin started Ter first secretary of the Smithsonian I" uralist, born in Switzerland. Diedat SPECIALTY
the States for buriaL The friend of wondering. Something clicked la Institution born at Albany LARGO lb. 1& 1101 Division Street
March 27 1910.
both a second father to Terry. his brain-that brief-appearing grin Y. Died in Washington D. N'I sea. P L U I BIN G '
"TerryLawrence Willett said seemed familiar May 13, 1878., v. & s., Ib., 15e PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29

abruptly, ""let'. go home. But who could grin la Proplo- --- I 1888-King Alexander I. of
ROASTED IN KEY WEST
Bnt It was too late. had noire?-he disappeared
Terry Into the 1807-John Greenleaf Whit- Yugoslavia, born. Assassinatedat Staple and Fancy
rolled a clgaret and stuck it between crowd and Terry forgot about him. SOUTH FLORIDA
tier, famed and beloved New Eng- Oct 9, 1934. DURO PUMPS -
thin even lips. Minutes passed. Others came in. Groceries
/"Homer he said Ironically: his He had another drink and wished
lean tanned face darkening. ".Youc something would happen. The music PLUMBING SUPPLIES: STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

n bead for the States If you: want seemed to be getting louder and fang 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh
tel: Dad but I'm going to stick arcond nier. The hum of conversation th( i PHONE 348 FruIts and Vegetables
and see that the louse who knifed wailing of the current linger the J I Phone 256 PHONE -597 ,

Sam gets all that's coming to bin.," tread of feet. the clouds of amOk
And he, had. That bad been five swirled about'his head. He decided

years ago. to get' out of there- and Into'the cootnight Fi 1 I : II 1' Ill I SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE, HERE

-: air. ( t jtr .l.le Jewfish, 2 lb.. 35e INSURANCE
PicHE And then there was the sound ct 1
THECOUseo* was crowded to- a ahume'of feet loud voices raised Yefowtar7 Steak, 2 Iba. 35e THE KEY WEST A .

Willett lounged at in altercation and the lIOund.of a ICE Yellowtail .. B_.. 2 Iba. 25c Office: 319 DuYal Street -
the bar and moodily surveyed his body hitting the floor. Terry put off USE '
surroundings, a cigaret drooping his departure to clamber on top of Cro.per.2 Iba. 2Sc SUNDAY STAR
from a corner of his n.outh. one the bar and view with Interested 1 Saapper 2 Iba. 23cM.noa
hand Idly toying with a glass before eyes the source of the disturbance. ITS PURER! Flab. Z Iba. ZSc TELEPHONE NO.1Sabseripfinfl _

him.The A heavy, drunken Portuguese had ?IU'' LASTS LONGER! $Z P6 Year
place left him cold. The men lurched against the table of the man ? FRESH SHRIMP Try You Meale AI
there were a conglomeration of for' with the familiar grin. Even as Large Select <>7ate" Key West's Only Sunday -THE--

eigners. natives, sailors and tougb Terry saw him rising to his feet and t ICE REFRIGERATORS Fresh Crab Meat 1. Ib uas 6Se Paper Dtlmonico Rtlfaraanf
rawboned fellows from the engine- remonstrating with the Portuguesehe 111 At

rooms of the ships In the harbor fumbled around In his mind fora I Made of all metal-equip ..tL FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Business Office Citizen PORTER- LLrJ1 B.dwusr B..r __ 16.

dancing drinking singing lustily clue to that elusive identity. But 11l with WATER COOLERS & I Ik .
while a women orchestra played now the Portuguese had slapped l ped LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Sis cDI....... --
COiiiY
from a balcony overlooking the floor him-and Terry abruptly Quit fum They're Economical PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ----- SOc, Tic, "d u.
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and scores of other women circulated bling. : i

around among the tables,dodging ICopyriDkt.ISIS, ty David CartK)I' k 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
away from grasping hands, smiling ( 1,

at Insults.TodajT's. .c.u..u Terry) meet. tomorrow, an oM- '. 1 Satisfaction AARON McCONNELL Our Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD EXTRA LARGE SELECT
has F1.eriag
h Streel. CHESAPEAKE BAY
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ped in package
.......................s1 1 ..... .....a e..CCe.aCi.i." every ,FUNERAL HOME

Horoscope I! SOCIAL LEAGUE-- $20.00 Watch 1 b. e of" OYSTERS

..o..e..e..e..e.. : P R I N TIN G DigUi.d 3ypatbetM
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i EASY TERMS-10 DAYS Served Any Style and De-
Courtesy
You are very enthusiastic and STANDING 4fl
FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S DONE BY US livered Cooked or Raw, to anyLICENSED
possibly given to excessive indul-I
part of city.
genre in whatever you have in I! ................e..e.. ICE CO; I e WATCHMAKER JEWELER _1r.V1UTV'VlP_ _
1 -THE-
SOUSE EVEltT
mind at the time. Fortunately }I Club- W. L. Pet Ii AHim ENGRAVER HOT

this is in the mental activities,I I Aa...sa.Sem... SATURDAYSee
Your Next ARTMAN
For Work
Administration _nun 3 2 .600 PRESS Nis Juicy Stnka
and will probably far Phone No. 8
carry you /.
Sanitary Department 1 1 .503 ALL PRICES REDUCED

on the road to success. If other High School .._..u____ 3 3 ..500WiA Hoarse I. 12-1 I. d Citizen Blq. LADY ATTENDANT WEUS' LUNCH, ROOM

aspects should turn this impulsein Cats ________m 3 4 .450
Opea Saturday Nights P H 0 N E 5 1 P...... 207.W t ()Cs-tJau.4
the direction of fleshly! appa- Transfer Corner 2 4 .333 PyMe &4& N. Si..p SR
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tites, it will be unfortunate. In
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PLANE BRINGS can L the they hsn e put tewcr prthe a pond. or anything -
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1-MNUTE TALKS VIEWS AND REVIEWS ; "
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:-: SOCIETY : -: 11 PASSENGERSFOUR SAFETY I IIt : Alfred P. Sloan,-:Jr.. I I

................................................. L By What Right They Or SAy Wrong Whether 'I General Motors i R. D. Blamenfcld.of The Americanbonchairman Daily Ea.I .

Christmas Entertainment At LEFT YESTERDAY AFT- ........................ 'I nize"It that is important industry,that as pr.aid..t.1 I press
"A league of English thinking
ERNOON ON RETURN William 1:. lion, must not concern I
Borah. U. S. Senator
Convent Hall Tomorrow Night I I could Jive from Idaho: promoting the fortunes of any peoples controlling M the essentials
TRIP TO MIAMI I of war should be the greatest
"Monopolies in the last analysis political agency. I I factor for world peace"
made from is the "
Convent of Mary Immaculate I Lord, B. A. Canova F. Taylor, L. Plane of the Miami Key West it : private power to tax. Aylmer Valiance, British newspaperman I

will sponsor a Christmas Enter- Adams.: I Airways' arrived this morning Clintoj* L. Bardo. president National : i ; I
; 6. Spirit of Christmas-N. from Miami with 11 passenger as St Louis in KEY WESTCOLONIAL
tainment in St. Cecilia's Hall to- I Association of Mannfactarcrst ; "The British people will not got I
Barosso, L. Busto, M. Fernandez, follows: Francis Johnson Waiter '
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., to with aid
; war Japan to China,i HOTEL
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m.rrow evening beginning at 1.. Sullivan, M. Solano, E. Evans, Cosgrove, Ralph Granlee,' "
{ five hours "The depression has, been 1 pr to help any other nation.
o'clock.A C. Baron, J. Krueger, R. Page. I Lancelot Lester, Altha Winter,!, magnified :
"I In the Center of the Business
by a devasting
fine program has been arranged 7. Recitation, Little Boy Jesus. Thomas Coxon, Hubert Copeland,!I economic crackpots." *attack by I 'Roger W. Babson.': : statistician: Theater
little tots of M1. Sikes. s. in which the i I Cosgrave, o .t flUw! can we expect radical i iI
the kindergarten and lower grades I 8. Newspaper Boys-r-J'1 lsoetM. .Jack. Maloney, Bart Griffin. I Harold L. Ickes, Secretarial the 'grouts. to abide by democratic I First Cla.-F'ueprf-
will participate. At the conclusion Cates, J. Cooper R.: Dion, J.I Leaving on the afternoon plane Seven" Li Interior: princifles if we ourselves are to IJ i
of the program old Santa' Lowe, H. Jones, J. M.' Humbert.! 4 o'clock yesterday were: Donald *"It is the Fascist-minded- men--1 I I defy the law whenever it suits! I Sensible Rates

Claus will make his appearance.The 9. Dollies-D. Anxier |B' Brown, Harold Hill, Fred Reicjey, of America who are the real lour own conscience.: Carat Elevator
program is as follows: Lord, D. Martinez, B. A. Canova,! Robert Duncan. enemies of our institutions." I I

1. Rhythmic Orchestra Sleigh J. Lord. M. M. Russell, E. Rivas,] Carlo Sforxa, former Italian Foreign Popular Prices
Bells by Valderman. M..L. Albury, L. Adams, F. Taylor -' ee..5..e.e..e..e IT'S SMART TO DRIVE SAFELYThere's i Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidentof Ministers

2. Waiting for Santa-Kinder-I D. Solano. CLASSIFIED the United State: "An indrrivaal may be gener-I'
garten. Visit of : 10. Kitty's Bath-T. Laun- a new kind of bragging an hour now brag that they ''Thecredit of the Governmentis ous but nations have not the I
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anti children. G. Rivas M. AI- ders, G. Romaguera. abroad,these days. NEVER go over 50. today higher than that of any right to .be." I SUSPEND/ ./
bury, C. Albury, Z. F. Cabrera, E. 11. Christmas Candles S. COLMUNLOST People are actually boasting I guess that the human race great nation in the world." I
Perez M. Eno, G. Romaguera. J. Baker C. Carrero M. 1.. Porter about how carefully they drive has started to realize that the V. C. Idea, American I r p / .
Secretary,
Pintado. D. Wjckers. H. ........................ their cars. speedster and the show-off Is '
E. T.
Lowe. R. Dion. J. Cooper, E. Taylor -. rather ridiculous-and a poor Edwin Markham, author of "The Institute of Steel Construction: YDUR
G. Pena, C. Calleja, H. cru-I Sands, B. Busto. E. T. Russell R. All of a sudden-within the last sport-and a bum citizen. Man With the Hoe" "We never over-produce. We I ,
soe. R. M. Kerr, R. M. Smith. Rodriguez, N. Trujillo, C. Jones. few months-it has become actu- Another thing: now that even "Man no longer is Brother) of I I VACATlfJt
E.: Williams, N. Valdez, I. Soriano, C. Cobo, O. Gato. M. Perez F.PiodeJa. STOLEN-Boy's Bicycle. Re- ally swanky to play safe on the the lowest-priced cars can go 70 the ox. He has become the brother 1 :
H. Jones. I A. Printz, J. Kirke, S. ward, if returned to 529 Eaton highway-and to talk about it. miles an hour, there's not much of the beaten cur dog." I PALACESylvia :: THIS YEAR IN :
3. Little Town of Bethlehem Yradi. M. Russell K. Parks E. street. dec7-2ty: II Bozos who used to tell about distinction in driving fast.You're i I

Second Grade. Solano, M. Torano. coming down "from Bangor unique if you don't drive fast.I Thomas MinehaHa, Minnesota Department Sidney-Herbert Marshall FLDRIDAJargourHillTHI
4. Recitations--R. A. Canova, 12. Chorus. Christmas Bells- WANTED Maine, In five hours" now tell believe this Is one of the best of Education: ACCENT-in-
D. Martinez. D. Auxier. by Alice M. Judge. I how they took two days for the things that has happend for the "A Harvard :accent: I sounds Two ON YOUTH \
5. Gift Baskets-E. Rivas, M. Arrival of Dear Old Santa WANTED-Used row-boat about trip and "took it easy"Men automobile safety movement.It much like the purring of the bob- Comedies
M. Russell. M. L. Albury. B. Claus. 12-feet in fair condition, at a who used to crow about has become the VOGUE to cat." Matinee: 10-lSc: Night 15-25 .
fair price. Cash. Watson getting their cars up to 75 miles drive safelr.rv".I ""l u+
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Junior Woman's Club Plans I decl7-lt YOUNG PEOPLE'SUNION I 1I "The Parliaments Government's. foreign 1
I DO YOU OPERATE AS A
TWO PASSENGERS TO TAMPAand
Christmas Tree For MondayMembers I policy will, as heretofore, be bas-
return. See Joe, Vogue TO SUBSCRIBERS ed on the firm support of the
I Cleaners dt.14-tf WILL MEET League of Nations." CORPORATIONor

: of the Junior Wom-1 one of the bags and a toy by iin i i If ''
an' Club are making final preparations Santa, who will preside from 3:30 BICYCLES I I yoa do not receiv* your James Traslow Adams, historian:: are you interested as an officer, director or stockholder in a
BICYCLES WE RENT th.' by 6:15 o'clock in theI
by paper "It has become impossible to
this week for the visit o'clock until all children with There will Le a regular monthly I '
Hour Day or Week. Repairall I afternoon, call telephone 51 live in Europe, with i inminL.
of Santa Claus on next Monday j tickets have been provided.As makes business meeting of the Island i peace CORPORATIONThen
and them with
paint .
Casino of candy and will be to
afternoon to Coral Isle i an overage toys Nu-EnameL We full City Young Peor-le's! Union held I a paper sent
when he will distribute gifts to'' and fruit is anticipated,' arrangements : carry a TOMhome.. A complaint boy
children who have been selected! have been made to give supply of parts. Agent for the tonight at 7:45 o'clock at the Carlo 'tSforxa, farmer Italian you will be interested to know corporations subject to the
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and provided with tickets. i I whatever is over and above the Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. Fleming Street Methodist church,: U on duly at this of fie. from Foreign Minister State Capital Stock tax, and delinquent have all corporate
teachers of And sell them as low as $5.00 made 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the powers and privileges suspended; and when 3 years delinquent
Approximately 400 tickets havebeen number of tickets to according to announcement "Nations must be selfish and
will be dissolved. See Chapter 16880, Acts 1",.
down and $1.00 week. of Law of
purchased by individualsand Douglass colored school for dis- per ,today. I I purpose of delivering complain's. to it is necessary to prove to them Florida. The
Phone Capital Stock Tax law has been effective since
276. J. R. Stowers Co.
organizations, one of the latter tribution to worthy children. A request is made for a large Help as give you 100 that it is not to their interest to 1931. The names of corporations subject to be dissolved will
nov18tfFOR
nicking arrangements for 100J' The Junior Woman's Club feels I attendance of members.PERSONAL percent service by caling 51 be pacifistic.: be published under the above law, after January 1st, 1936. ;
to be distributed to poor and|! grateful for the interest taken in
needy little ones. the Christmas tree by the individuals RENT I if you do not receiv Th CiUMn. Benito Mussoliii y. Premier. of ,It. R. A. GRAY,
I
Bags are being prepared for organizations and business UPPER FLOOR, 532 Duval MENTION i sly Secretary of State of Florida

candy and fruit and each child places responding to the re- street for office or residence. "What is revolting to us about
presenting a ticket will, be given quests for assistance. Bungalow 1026 Varela street 1..1 I' r..IfT.4T '" 1

corner Virginia. Both modern Duncan consulting NEVER QUARRELED I
conveniences. Apply, J. Arono- I neer of the state road depart- -
Exc-eli I [
I Program RenderedAt vitz, 534 Duval street.dec12-6tx ment, who arrived Sunday for a HICKEY, IIL Sixty-three!I An Index To

I short stay with his family, left years of married life and never a :
Woman's Club i
Meeting
LOWER FURNISHED APART--I yesterday afternoon on the plane quarrel is the record claimed by

-- MENT-2 bed rooms, convene i for Miami. I Mr. and ,Mrs :John Schmidt of J.
General Survey of iences porches. 519 Elizabeth :: 4 RELIABLE
At a recent meeting of the Key I Talk, "A Assistant I this city.
State J.
Melvin Street. nov13 Attorney r' .
West Woman's Club, an excellent Education in Key West by I'
Lancelot Lester, who was on a

program auspices of was the rendered Educational under De-the' Talk RusselL, "The Elementary School FURNISHED Modern*, conveniences APARTMENT, 628 business trip the to Miami, was, a 10:30 passenger -,1 I COLDS check. r 4 :
on plane arriving
partment of the club, Mrs. M. E. Child," Prof. W. C. Duncan. "
6.
White street or call at Gaiti'sBarber o'clock this morning. I 666 6 6 and fiRMS
"Obstination" and
solo
Berkowitz chairman. The event;' Vocal Shop uovl2 : i
was participated in by pupils of j"Chanson De Florian," by Edith .Mrs. Altha Winter, wife of : FEVER i
the public schools and prominent Williams accompanied by Miss NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT first day ;
Kenetli Winter of the state plant ,
Lie1! Tablets
educators of the city. Smith. ,.with garage. Apply 827 board, returned ,this. morning byE!! HEADACHES \

The program rendered follows: Group ,of Junior-boys from ,the ,Duval street. ,oct19 plane after a.short/;visit 'in', Miami : Salve New Dreps in 30 minutes
Violin duet '"Minuet: in C"-
Beethoven. Nicholas Goshorn and Glee Club sang. "All Through the FOR SALE SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

Hector Barroso accompanied by' Night" and "Marianina," accom-

Miss' Edna Smith. panied by Miss Smith. BUICK new. paint good condi- finn Jack of Maloney Maloney, of Brothers the Bakery Key.I -on-WAVES FOLLOW THE ARROW !

... tion See Joe Vogue
..--- $35.00. West and Miami, arrived this! two Permanent $5.00
dec4-tf
Cleaners.
morning by plane for a short for._-._-.--,
Large Number" Attend Vespers Better Waves, $5.00 and np
FOR SALE-Double bed, coil \'isit.j

I Service On Sunday AfternoonImpressively I child's springs,crib floss, high-chair mattress,,bureau break-, great St. Ethiopia Tekla Haimanout saint. is 407 South MRS.Street MILLER Phone 574-J ---And You Will Find In This

fast table, four chairs, 2 large ---- '- -- -- ------

beautiful was the!I exacting audiences ever assembledon wicker chairs.: Mrs. Dikey, ................................................ Directory, Stores Which Aim
Naval HospitaL decl6-3tx
Christmas Service a like occasion in Key VestThe
Vespers -

Sunday afternoon in presented the,I lished in complete The Citizen program.of Thursday as pub-, OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two FOR'SALE To Serve and Please You. They

auditorium of the Key West High bundles for 5e:. The Citizen Office *
School l under the direction of Miss December 12, was carried out in oct16 ,

Edna Smith, assisted by Mrs. Rob- every detail and lovers of the 1 I __ Invite. You- To Visit Them!

beautiful in and music acclaimed -
ert song
Dopp. ;j FLY I
The stage arrangements and ;; it-a rare religious enter-!i I .i -
symbols of the idea presented, as: tainjnent of the highest order. -with the- -
designed and made by Artists'!' 1, PAN AMERICAN PLANE :

Henry LaCagnini and William'I The war-time English Tommie. Xo Change In Rates r i } att. ., LIQUORS-BEER 1! SERVICE STATIONSWEETING'S :I SHOE REPAIRING
Hoffman, of the WPA artists sec-'called his best girl "his bird. i I Make Reservations by Phone w I r

tion, formed a magnificent back-: I I Telephone 620 CURRO'S PLACE SERVe STA. i I GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
ground and setting for a sublime MONROE THEATERJoe i Regular Planes, Miami-Key '
t I Dnval At Petronia Street Paint Job That Hold UpExpert I I H. Diaoandi, Prop.
spectacle. I West Airways, Inc. '
Before the hour arrived for the', E. Brown and Ann DvorakBRIGHT Daily Except Friday i g R> 11 I I Package Liquors of All Kind Starter and Ccn. Service::Old Shoes Mad A. Good A* New

prelude by the school orchestra ; RATE ONE WAY $7.50 .rtes sll ;.Irtr, ,r3lU/t tart I Beer and Win Phone 79-J For Jiffy Service I 612 Dnval Street

the auditorium was crowded and LIGHTS Leave Key West 4 p. m., Ar- !I
the service was'heard by one of, : rive Miami 5)20 p. m. 1 -
the most receptive and critically, Malinej tra. 15-20ci Balcony Night, lOcI: 15-25c Orches Fast Comfortable Safei I PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ :1 I H- FISHDEMERITT 1 1I 1I I i : BAKERIESMALONEY


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Wedding
-,...ron.... .........T-...... a mat- invitation to out ; POULTRY" "' I CLUBSFor DRUGS
tee of great Importance. want it to be the best looking invitation we caa get." Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White- I
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If for POULTRY :
.. the heart of the eltyBvry you are looking Recreation Visit ORIENTAL PHARMACY
the
; Naturally you want your Wedding Inviution to be the sea and overlooking Coral Park visit or call THE NAVY CLUB I EmIIi'o R_.ro, Prop.
: Rnnm CnmKlKatlnn Ta I
with
sad PhOTrer Hath. Iladlo, Rlectrl.:J!JCelllMC 'very finest and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect our : For price and terms apply to Fulford'a Poultry Farm Green St. Opp. Western Union l PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
Fan, Slat Door for Summer! I
of Steel Invitations
tcmatkablc line Engraved Wedding -
Ventilation. Comfortable Red wltkMattrvaiK ; genuine _. Phone 880 I Deliver You Ar Welcome :Phone 379 1000 Devil SUM'PAGE
of Inner Spring Con.* and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 103 J. _. i
UK trn Lamp tlon sad RATE Individual Ren > I L. P. ARTMAN f BAKERY

I..... ARTMAN The Citizen Officeor '
7* R__.. ..rI.... lists .. ,_ 52.55 THE PRESS
lie R_.. Private Math _"_'_ life I BUSY BEE BAKERY
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