The Key West citizen
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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 18, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
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For Aociated Best 65 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day.;the Ir4 gt b,, Jp W- est ([ttt r1 ,7 en :$.'<' range most country Key West equable ol; only with Florida weather 14*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the







Thirteen Of Twenty-Four HIGH AVERAGE ENROUTE TO MIAMI WEST HARBOR : Plane Crashes, Vessels


Pan American Airways plane Yacht Aldebaran, of Providence I PAGE

Higher Branch Will Be IN ENGINEERINGKEY EVENING arrived this morning after 11 R. I., with owner, Francis STREET INSTITUTIONAn I Many Other Things In-

o'clock, having departed from Miami Taylor, and party on board, arrived I The proof-reading contest

Up For ReelectionBy 45 minutes late, with 12 pas- yesterday afternoon and continue cluded In ListHERBERT
William M. Arnold was elected outstanding example of the On the editorial page of
!sengers.! anchored in the inner harbor off
WEST BOY COMPLETES president of the Young Men's ability and achievement of the today's Citizen i.i an error,
Arrivals were Harry Lea, Ros- the P. and O. wharf. which will discern if
HERBERT PLUMMERIn Democratic Club Monroe chilJrcn of the Division! Street you your
AiuutrlJileil Pr..! PRACTICAL COURSE IN VA. of county lyn Lea, Nelson Jones, Joseph The yacht was at one time observation is diligent and YAHRAES
at the initial meeting held ,School is shown in the annual exhibit I Associated Press Staff Writer)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18.-Re- RIOUS SUBJECTS AT CHICAGO Glick, Wm. R. Porter. Alice Jones owned by former Kaiser Wil- you have the required knowl-
last night in the showrooms of in the auditorium of the Nature and man-made machines
Frank Thomas edge.If
John Smith, Wil-
ports that former Vice President I helm, of Germany, and was at
INSTITUTIONE. Meltzer Motor company on Caroline bur Ellis, Ray Atwell, Arthur that time the Meteor. Mr. Taylorand school building. you are nimble in mind combined to make 1935 a
Curtis will be found on the firing street. Barling, H. L. Peet Thia 'exhibit is open to the pub- and fleet of foot yon stand avery
his party are cruising in year of disasters and violent
line in the coming campaign in the Other officers elected are 83 Departures on the plane leaving lic and there! is no admission good chancp to obtain a
A. Yates, Jr., son of Chief yesterday afternoon 4 o'clock Florida waters. Gillette New De Luxe Safety deaths.
charged. item
follows Every displayedwas
drive for election of Republican Engineer E. A. Yates of the Key : were: Ralph Graulee, Hubert Other yacths in the harbor are Razor set, with ten blue
First Vice President William made by chiliren under the John Smith wherever in America *
Copeland, Thomas Coxon, Bar the Salfran owned F. 51. Dun- I blades.
senators appeals -to the- imagina- West Electric company, and Mrs. A. Freeman. direction of the teachers of the
I Griffin, Louise Sampson, Manuel Look for the coupon on be lived, felt the fury of
of New York which
baugh, ar
Yates, has Second Vice President school.
just completed -Aqui-
observers a prac-
tion of politicians and political Domeneche. Jr., Joaquin Roma- i another page of this ,
lino Lopez, Jr.SecretaryRay. rived last Sunday and sched- Di paper the elements dust blizzards,
was pla"S accor- -
tical course of study in one of the guera. II. B. Haskins, George Ber- are arranged .; jot down the error and submit -

here. large electrical training shops in Bridwell. nard, Wm. Schoneck, Frank Bent- uled to sail today. ing to grades and are as follov : I it to the Contest Editor. earthquakes. hurricanes, floods

It would be hard to imagine a Chicago.In Treasurer Enrique Esquin- ley. The Alice, Providence, P.. I., 6th grade-Teachers: Mn:. No answers will be received
aldo. Horace O'Bryant, Miss May Hill, and pounding seas.
colorful political combination letter to The Citizen the with owner-master, Henry Howard until 8 o'clock tomorrow
more a Sergeant at Arms-Benjamin Miss Lintoa Vitte. Maps in col- I
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morning so to give all He saw air IMS claim Will
as an
Howard board is
director of the institution and Mrs. on ,
than that of Charlie Curtis of pays Sawyer. PLANT BOARD ors; serving- trays, artistically : opportunity to catch the
tribute to Mr. Yates who not Howard Wilson, one of the in the yacht basin. The Alice is decorated and varnished to bring Rogers, WBy Pest Senator Bron-. ..
Kansas and Joe Guffey of Pennsylvania only completed his studies and committee who was instrumentalin ::n auxiliary ketch and annuallycomes out natural grains in wood: ; tow- I error, and all must be ;in by
I practical work in less than the OFFICERS BACKLINK 11 o'clock a. m- son Cutting-and perhaps Sir
arrayed against each obtaining the charter and effecting to Key West with Captainand I els in various hand-sewed designs; I

required period, but was awardedthe the organization, told of match holders; vases, ; stuffde ani- T..4T Charles Kmgsfsrd-South car
other. Guffey first-term senator medal : : the Mrs. Howard.Mr. : .1'.1"1'1"1'11
a or attaining high- his activity in this behalf and of mals.

but a veteran at politics, has est average in his studies. I the need of such an organizationin AND STOKES HAD BEEN Howard is president of the 5th gr:1
D.mo.l The letter points out that lIr.Yates' \ .I I this county. lie read the constitution -' Seaman's Library Association Sadie Moss, Mrs. Leona Felton,I PORTER CLAIMSNO
Belgians, Mrs. Harold L. IckeN,
been made chairman of the achievement is "worthy of I and by-laws to the mem: SPENDING VACATION which furnishes reading matterto Miss? May Sands. Lacquered book

cratic senatorial campaign corn. special mention, in }iew of the i!I bers.The WITH FAMILIESC. ships and lighthouse keepers all ends; aprons: scarfs; hot pot I CHANGE IN Prince Ales Mdhwu.
exceptional retard and accom- membership unanimously i ii over the United States.' holders; handkerchiefs bags in
mittee. plishments of this Key Wester,i voted that the board of directors I form of shirts; door stops; vases; Through late winter and spring
Yacht owned Barr
I Vagrant, by
It has been known for some vhile at the schooL should' consist of 15 charter mem- saris; trinket boxes; sail boat BRIDGE dry winds swept topsoil" from inn-
Brothers and Co., of New York, ISSUESAYS
D. Link and C. R. Stokes, j lioas of Midwestern
"The rigid; rcqui-ements of bers of the club. These are as I. models; center pieces. acres, carry-
record I local inspectors with the State with Mr. and Mrs.\ Barr and chil- I I hog it sometimes thousands viI
time the Republicans have been our institution make a follows: William M. Arnold. Wil- 4th yrnde-Te2.cbers Miss
I such ss: he established a dUtinctcchievement. liam A. 'Freeman. Aquilino Lopez, Plant Board, returned here Mon-, dren on board, is berthed in the Olive Englc, Miss May Sands, I miles.

up against it in the selection of a : : We are confident f Jr.. Ray Bridwell, Enrique Es- day over the Oversea Highway ;yacht basin.THOMPSON. Miss Florence Albury Mrs.\ Ame-,I WHILE PROJECT IS DEFINITELY -I Started Erosion Fight

chairman to direct their senatorial, that the specialize.! knowledge, quinaldo Benjamin Sawyer, Ray- from a two weeks' vacation with'I lia Cabot. Calendars; bookstand I i As weeks went by without; rain,

acquired while with us, should! mond Delgcdo, Allan B. Cleare, their families upstate.Mr. ; DUE ; scarfs and center pieces I I ASSURED NO DECISION -{ the dirt-laden winds blackened tinatmosphere -

campaigns. Traditionally, a senator make him a credit: toour com- Jr., Oliver Armayor. Neil Knowles, \ Link's home is in Fort beautifully finished in Crayole HAS BEEN MADE AS | poured dust mtwI
munity." Ray Bush, Dr. J. A. Valdes, Lauderdale and Mr.\ Stokes' in: work; door stops; vases; trinket houses
not for reelection is paralysed traffic, aggravated ;
up Mr. Yates' mother said\ yester- George Brooks, Armando Cobo, Eustis. They both report having i HERE TOMORROWCOUNTY \ boxes; match scrapers. TO ROUTE TO BE USED dasoas, resulted m un-

chosen. The present chairman,! day that the eX ects her son to and B. C. Papy. had a very enjoyable vacation. 3rd ETV.de-Teachers: Miss told crop dftBMge.But .. .

Del'lware,1 arrive horns within a brief time. Other members present at this Gladys -Pinder, Mrs. Laura Cru nMrwotern Farmer John
Senator Hastings of I He left several-months! ago with session were: Warren Sawyer. COMMISSIONER HAS soe, Frances Coehrane. Hander- There is no fhajce the : '
I VAN NOY UNITVISITING jn palter Satfa dj iB a110y.dirt: mat
must run in 1936:) and necessityhad I Mrs. Yates aci: "faelr: baby, 'who r Everett Rivas, Joe Allen, Harry chief holders; match' 'boxes: calendars of the highway bridges, said had drifted orer his fences, almost --011
stayed in New Orleans Donro,, Joe Cabrera BEEN ABSENT TWO WEEKSON hand embroider
while Mr. ; Ray Bush, ; aprons; I ,
to the his
eaves of barn, was
to retire to look after his own" Yates continued i? Chicago.: William V. Albury, W. Curry HERE I BUSINESS MATTERS I II ed pillows; book ends; hand paint. County Commissioner Wm. P. I undismayed. He stayed where he
Harris, Leslie Russell, Ernest Rob ed vases; match stands. Porter upon his return by plane
fortunes. I i was, planned to combat crop on,
erts and Joe Walker.A I 2nd Jt'T'ade-Teachers' : Miss this morning from Miami, West

Thirteen Seek Reelection J'MORE VISITORS i iI letter from Postmaster General PEET AND BARLING WILL ENJOY i County Commissioner Norberg I! Eulalie \Matthews, Miss Miriam! Palm Beach and Jacksocville. (i Ilest a ."great American desert"develop.
Carey Mrs. Emil Sweeting. Reed
Thirteen of the 24 sitting Republicans / James A. Farley asking that Thompsno, who has been absent While it is definitely insured Later the earth again got JohnSmith'
I COME TO FISHING TRIP baskets' and ash trays; door stops
in the senate are up for the club join with 2500 other from the city for the past two with hand painted cat and dog design the bridges will be constructed, attention, this time by

reelection next year. For the! clubs throughout. the country to DURING STAY weeks with Commissioner William II ; calendars. said! Mr.\ Porter, it has not been quaking. From Wisconsin and

I most part they comprise the sen-: VACATION HERE sponsor a dinner or some social R. Porter, is expecting to I hat g-ade-Teachers: : Mrs. positively decided jutt what roots< Illinois and from
I affair on Jackson Day was read return to Key West tomorrow by Miss Alce Canada te.-t"e1': east was
Ralph Boy en, Curry'Mi."s
ators on the left side of the dividing -: bv Howard: Wilson. It de- will! be used. shaken $
: was plane from Miami. -early
II. L. Peel and Arthur. Bsrling, Susie Gnsine:. Christmas
political aisle who have: cided that Jackson Ball be I This 'whole matter isop to f. .At the time,
ARRIVING YESTERDAY WERE' a Day officials of the Van Noy Interstate lie is now in Miami awaitingthe << decorations; hat stands; calen- Js'overabef1 i sane
borne the brunt of leadership in'I held here on January 8. company .vcrc arrivals. by arrival of his daughter, Miss: dars. President! Roosevelt. Mr. Porter Helena -Montana, was pawn

the party. I MR. AND MRS. J. HUNT. SON The letter from Mr. Farley also rlane this morning for a short Marie Thompson, student at In addition to the above three said; and the president favors I through a much more sever
I explained that President Roose- Maryrnount College Tarrytownon teachers, Mrs. Sweeting, Miss shock. Another in a series of
The list includes for example, !Stay in the citv.: using certain section -rf the i
AND FRIEND; OTHERS DUE velt would Jackson Hudson, who is coming home Matthews and hundreds that began October 12.
Dayat Miss
such senators as McNary\ of Ore- speak on ; Mr.\ Peet who' as been visiting I Carey are dis- Florida East Coast Railway's
the floor leader THIS WHZK 10:00 p. m. and a part of his ir Key West at ;Intervals over a for the Christmas holidays. playing. : a lovely doll baby bas killed seven, and caused damage
gon ; right of for the bridge
of the address would be directed to long i.e-iod, will initiate Mr. Bar sinette. and the 6th grade boys way pro I estimated at more than $3,000-
Dickinson one
most outspoken critics of the Young Democrats. At every affair ling into the sport of angling and, COUNTY OFFICERS have built a large book case. i ject.The I 000.
and sponsored by Young Democratic demonstrate thai the waters I This display is open tc, the public matter has been the sub Dixie Grounded
Roosevelt administration, Arriving over the highway yes
around Key West ate the great- I this afternoon and all day to- ject of discussions Thrilling and spectacular was
Clubs. the President's' many during
others. terday for vacation during the i iI j
r speech will be brought to those attending el'$ in the world for fishing. : RETURN TO CITY morrow. I IF. the past few weeks in which well!I the wrecking of tike steamship
The list of eligibles doesn't con- season in Key West!! were Mr. and : I i I Dixie off the Florida coast Sep-

tain many names to choose from,I :Mrs. J. Hunt. of Peoria, IlL, son I by radio hook-up. i ,1 I known road and bridge builders' !ttember 2. Fw two days hur-

for such an important job. and his friend.Arrangements. I President Arnold appointed the HERRSCHER BODY 1 i M. DENBAUGHFINISHES and officials took part, with Mr. :;I l ricane-lasiMd wUifS prevented
Davis of Pennsylvania is in poor are being made following committees on the Jack ALBURY AND SAWYER MADE The
Porter and Commissioner Norberg rescue work. last of the 231
health. A great part of the last today to secure suitable accommodations I son Day Ball: I,
LEAVES ON SHIPTO TRIP TO POINTS ON SURVEY Thompson, who was with him on'' passengers was transferred September -
congress found him confined to a for the party, and it is Hall arid mTisic-Howard Wilson i I j I 5. No lives were lost.
hospital. understood these will be chairman Bridwell and the bridge matters. i j
completed ; Ray : FLORIDA KEYS j The same hurricane devastate d!
Gibson of Vermont has been in this afternoon.D. Raymond Delgado. 1 I I ONSTEAMERHERERETURNING At this time, Mr. Porter said part of the Florida Keys, killed

the senate only a little over two' A. Prints, of Franklin, Pa.. Tickets Oliver Armayor, BE TAKEN TO ORLANDO, it appears that the president Will |t more than 430.

years, thus is lacking in ex- is scheduled to arrive the latter I chairman; Enrique Esquinaldo I William V. Albury, attorney for I I decide that the railroad right of l Other bvrricaneB roared across
perience. : Printz part of and this daughters week to, Arlene join Mrs.and and Allan B. Cleare. Jr. '! the county commissioners, and I I TO NEW YORK TO way be used. It is anticipated I r southern and eastern seas from
Norbeck of South Dakota
en- Radio Hook-Up--Everett Eiras, MATION Ross C. Sawyer, county clerk, who August to October. Total storm
tertains liberal views politics: Davie occupying the bank apartments POSSIBLY CONCLUDE however, that the final announce
j I chairman; Ray Bush. I left over the highway last Sunday I deaths--more than 1,600; prop-
hardly acceptable to the more con- on Fleming street. Reservation-Warren Sawyer,! for the returnedlast ment may be made during the I erty damage-millions.
Printz will remain throughthe I I I
servative Republicans. He proudly week following
Christmas week.
holidays and possibly until the 1 chairman; Ray Bush. I Charles E. Herrscher, chef at evening. I Mohawk Wrecked
describes in the Congressional
-I latter part of January.Mr. Publicity-Joe Allen, chairman; the Hotel Casa Marina, was a :I Their objective was to contacta COBBNegotiations I Other ship rescues thrilled John

dore Roosevelt Directory Republican.as a ""Theo-I : and Mrs. Harry Lee, of Harry Dongo and Earl Adams. passenger onithe Steamship Cuba I resident on Key Largo and endeavor '- ANNOUNCE DEATH Smith. September 30. the (.. UI"-

Three Possibilities I: New York were arrivals on the!I! Speakers-William A. Freeman yesterday afternoon for Tampa. I ; to remove his objectionsto :j ling Rotterdam, with 450 passengers -

( plane from Miami this morning: )"[ chairman; W. Curry Harris. Mr. Herrscher is accompanying: cecrtain road activities affecting are being carriedon went aground east of Kinp-
Dakota is I
of North too
Nye '1'for a stay of several weeks and the body of Mrs. Herrscher, who I II hioij property. between F. M. Denbaugh, head JOSEPH CORDOVA stun, Jamaica. Everybody rc,-
closely identified with the insurgent will be at the Casa Ma died Monday morning in a local 1 That their efforts were ineffectual of the (Colonial Navigatien com, I cued. On January 6, the steamship -
: wing of the party. ;; Tina. guests !! SCOUT UNITVILL\ !I hospital after a brief illness. I I was the statement by Mr.\ pany, of Newt York and the P.J Havana crashed into a rcr-f

Steiwer of Oregon and his belief -i! The body is being taken to Orlando Sawyer when seen at his office i and O. S. S. company, for the I II

in payment of the soldiers' VISIT KEY WEST Florida, and will\ be cre- in the county court house this : purchase of the Steamship Gov-:I BROTHER OF JOHN CORDOVA recued I

bonus rules him out. !j I NO CLOSING AT t mated. morningANNA: : ernor Oobb. I WHO RESIDES IN I I Eighteen days later came the
Austin of Vermont is a pos- I'I I Mr.\ Denbaugh arrived Sunday year's major disaster in American

sibility. !1, on his private Yacht Salfran, and :I KEY WEST I II I waters. At night in icy
Frazier of North Dakota is an-':i ONE HUNDRED MEMBERS TO since' that time!' has been makinga I I weather off the New Jersey coa-i,

other allied with the insurgentsand I 'I''I'I MAKE TO HAVANA complete survey of the vessel'!I 1 the liner Mohawk and the freighter -
in addition is author of the! I I 47 'GOING ON TRIP which is berthed in the slip of the i John J. Cordova, of this city,, Talisman eoBided. The Mohawk

revolutionary Frazier-Lemke farm j Postmaster Sam Harris has requested FOR WEEK'S STAY PASSENGERS: P. and O1. S. S. company. !I is in receipt of a telegram from I sank as ships and coa.t19uard

mortgage bilL I I The Citizen to announce I II j I I. This survey and investigationof :, his sister, Mrs. Irma Arguellez, in I boats n eKed to rescue.

Hale of Maine\ is another pos' that the! postofacs will remain I ; the ship was completed yesterday -!i I New York City, announcing the I "Nice work." thought John Smith,
sibility. i oren :.Jl- ay Thursday, instead of Approximately 100 members of: and Mr.\ Denbaugh planned : death of their brother, Joseph I as first' reports indicated every-

Johnson of California of. closing for the usual half-day II Royal Palm Council of Boy 1 1I NING ENROUTE TO TAMPA MORROW TO MEET NIECEIN to' leave this morning on the Salfran Cordova, in Macon, Ga. The telegram body saved; final check-45 lost.!

course would not be considered. .' holiday. I Scouts of America will assemblein I II 'for Miami and there take stated that be died from I i Again the navy lust an airship.
Townsend' of Delaware is a''j I Mr. Harris states that the halfI I Fort Myers Christmas. day and CARRYING 43 MIAMI passage to New York to possibly double pneumonia.The I This year it was the Macon

third possibility. I I i day closing!! v ill not be observed I make preparations for a trip to I II conclude the neotiations.: deceased was born in Key wrecked off the California coast.

Vandenberg of Michigan has; due to the large volume: of Christ- Havana. i I While he is absent Captain G. West, having left here many yean : February 12. Warships| rescued: ;

too many presidential! nomination:|I mas b uincss that is being handled I! Under the leadership of II. O. Steamship!! Cuba of the P. and i Miss\. Anna Corcoran, of 416 :A. Cobb, master of the Navigation ago for other parts. He was a 1 all but two of the 83 aboard.

worries coming up in '36 to tie::i at this time. Knight executive of the council, O. S. S. company, returned yesterday i Whitehead street, will leave by ; company's vessels, will re i I World War veteran, having seen 1

himself down to such a job. I the members will leave Tampa afternoon from Havana, plane tomorrow afternoon for main in Key West awaiting the ,i,service overseas, and had also 1--

If Curtis does get into the Re- Christmas night arrive in Key' with nine first class and one second -: ami to meet her niece. i final decision. of the company. 'I''I'i '' been connected with various oth- -

rublican senatorial picture in AUCTION SALE West Thursday December 26, and class passenger for Key! Josephine James, and with her .Ii-I i In the event the purchase of I er departments of the United car., +

1936. it is more than likely the Tonight At 8:00 O'clock after a short stay while the boat West; 21 first and 16 second : turn Fria;. [the Governor Cobb is consummated i I States government from time to $ea9rantsand

title o* chairman will be worn bya FREE PRIZES unloads cargo, sail for Havana. class for Tampa. .Miss James is a student in I' the ship will be taken to New I I'I I time.Mr. I

member 01 the senate-probably !: They will spend about one week The vessel sailed 5:30 o'clockfor Washington D. (X, and is coming York, renovated and placed in Cordova has numerous surs

Austin. Hale or Townsend. He'll';; FRANK JOHNSON [Ein! Havana and return to Key Tampa with 43 passengers, here to spend the Christmas holidays first class condition for service friends in Key West, all of whom WHISKIES AND. GINS

remain in the background, but will 1 I Colonial Hotel Building [ West January 3, en route to six having booked passage from ":Hh bet' mother, Mrs. Thomas 'I between New York and Providence i I wd be exceedingly! grieved on
do most of the work. I I I Tampa. l Key West. James and Miss Gwendolyn. R. L learning of his demise.

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CHRISTMAS 1935 7---!were unable to fathom a brilliant: rive Saturday, play that night in
t ilep the visiting Greenbacks from series and Sunday meet the local

Published CITIZEN Daily reBinHrxef Ex *p' Sunday Co, By INc.. In face of all the present handicapsone MMs ; DAYS GONE BY Jacksonville last night and lost in., Marine team in footfcatt.
TUB expects that Christmas will again the basketball game by a score of!
Pre.NeatJOE represent -
E. P. AHTMAJS. ........_.. Here Just 10 TcarfToday 1
It Reed who
.. Aly kua'dlt bdwctwlc"tLS 37 21. was was
Raa1- .a5e.
ALLEN. A.slstart a day of good cheer and that most Under the direction of Miss Rae
Ago A* Taken FransTU with the Jacksonville
the star
Of QlltDefetrdta bright -
From The CIt Gen Watkins choir leader of Fleming
people will out of their lethargy and TK! Citia. '
Corner Greene aid Aim Street snap 'JlSfrt ceulQdc. File. Of a High School several years Street Methodist cfcarth, there
try to be optimistic and happy. .t .\ &&\uplabiedeiCkafUs ago, who scintillated over the! will be special Christmas music
Only Dally Newspaper County.Entered li Key. West and Monroe Without minimizing the difficulties of ffol ttldtnranrbt>2r9s City councilmen unanimously court last night and was the player Sunday December 28 at all services
lfff0 ./tjfl'v agreed last night to appropriate who led the others to victory.
the present era, it might be a good idea to I of the church.
at Key West. Florida. as second class matter $5,000 to assist in financing band I The score now stands tie. The deciding I
-. .-.------------ recall that the situation is bad
Fn'Ty-TJI TEAR present by concerts throughout the season I. ,game will be played in
comparison with better times but, on the cw.aU 7eaoff for the ,entertainment of Key'I Jacksonville in January. :Much: cordial interest centers in
Aas.elated h. .a .
M.b.r < eN BlT.. ** *. UN other hand is when 3 yLai. Welters tfh< winter Visitor*. ;Tbt [ the engagement of MM Lillian
n>. Associated Press U jxch ft111 good we compare it Hansen and Mr. McCaffrey
Havana athletes
for republk-atkm of an revs dlwtchM cr IU.d tit concerts will begin within a few The University
or not othcrwlM-<*'ted In th's paper and also with the plight of other peoples in other fceeli'jat tfie*.prkand[ ; continue 4 will not arrive in Key West until Saunders. The nMtrriage announcement

the local news punished beraNATIOKAt _____ lands and, perhaps, of other years. i i iP aring a perkkf off three months.II i r Saturday for the games of football is to be made at a
The $5,000 secured through the and basketball with the local later date.
LITCJt" The Citizen would not suggest that its ifwzrwhctc
chamber of commerce .added toI I I teams. Examination for the
_C/y J.ISOa.10N/9.35 readers indulge in any orgy of spending in szii4u appropriation: { made last night'I][I Christmas holidays prevent their I Subscribe to The Citizen--20c

- order to create the Christmas spirit. : use G4i #w4ea 4 : is considered sufficient to carryon :scheduled; arrival They will ar- weekly.
1r- 3"RU"TION a.1''':' piazittifitpar-frocdLQt y the concert for at least three I!, .
Rather, would we suggest that the real -- -- --
Tear _..._ ___.._..._ $10.00Six
On Months .-u ..-... u. .. ... __ 5.00 spirit of Christmas does not involve expression bis Apabran vaktcdat$1S00. 1.4 4ulett months. ,
1.1' &
Oe Three Mont Months. ____._-__' ..88ADVERTISINP in dollars and cents but in the o o$QAtQ '' Among the many yachts whichare I .
Weekly u ___ hearts of the individuals who compose a mont4 >Q (; scheduled to be in these I i
LarES e. waters this winter season is that
Made known oapplication.. given community. $ 'g i r .f dueBdL cDtd tt (of the king and queen of Englandnow A GENERAL ELECTRIC

SPECIAL KWttTR' They should undertake to see that of Ro&crtElttl being built for their majesties

All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution of some minimum share of joy and gladness + l iJ' I and to be used on a trip to the
respect obituary notices etc:, will be charged for at
the rate of It cents a line. I United States.. It is expected that
Notices for entertainments by chvchM froM whtch Is brought to every human being and especially when the visit is made that king REFRIGERATORdreChrestm
a remit is to be derived are cert a line. into the hearts of innocent chil- I V19 'a 4tJP I and will be
The Citizen hi an open f.>rum aiu Invites discussion George Queen Mary
of public Issues and snttjects of local or general dren, whose childish hopes have not been seen at Miami and Key West.i
interest but it will not publish anonymous communication s
Coming from Nassau is the information -
dampened by economic crisis which
a l l L that the capital of the
they do not comprehend.A bIfjWkq British Empire may be transferredto
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEA WEST:' WI he9ra pairt that island and if London dis-

*"". CITIZEN patches are correct the king and
..t I. s queen will leave England for this THIS
., '. StJtoerCeu.w.ttras. side of the world within a short
1. Water nJ $ wen.&. Citizen certainly appreciates the time on orders of the court physi-
cian who has ordered the king to! GIF10fFER
-- great accomplishments of the large uni- .. .
2 Tioad Main -- -- I
: ; Bridge ta.complete>.! to leave England for a voyage in
Ja1td:: ..... versities of the United States. At the same warmer climates.

S. .. time, when one considers that some of TODAY'S WEATHER What promises to be a very successful -i ..on

4. hjj:!UJ-I rara i.. 'ntLi them expend more than twelve million dollars )-I Il[ JI affair is the bazaar which i .

I in* a year the thought arises whetherthe opened 10 o'clock this morningin
i 5. Bat' P T-.lion. I the banking rooms of Hotel La
G' good accomplished is commensuratewith Lowe Highest ani East Calf: Gentle to moderate Concha
under the auspices of the
6. Airi -ts-Land and Sea. Station last night last 2. hours I'I
the money used and, in an entirely winds over south pjrtion, Woman's Home Missionary society

7. Consolidation of County and City academic sense, whether the money could Abilene ..._m 32 S4 and mo3.\- westerly winds over i iP'FfV t of First Baptist church. The ba- NO

t Governments. Atlanta .......: 30 .2 ...,...., I zaar win continue today and tomorrow -
f :: not have been used more advantageouslyin Boston ....000. 20 32 & MONTHLYPAYMENTS
/ r-
L T.. the cause of education if expended Buffalo ,_..... 26 30 / @ I
Charleston .... 34 50 _
otherwise.One The Atlantic Realty
::: Money talks but it's Greek to us. Chicago ......-. 26 32 1 1I has received company: A UNTIL
a large shipment o
cannot help but recognize the
Denver ........ 28 52 I Spanish tiles samples of which are
of and institutions Detroit ........32 34 '-
right people to
spend : offices of
Is i being displayed in the MARCH
-- _there anything so active as "idle"Mort I '
Galveston ....44 48 ,
their money as they see fit. Moreover, it the company. Every one interested,

may be that the large instituions set apace Huron Havana: -..._...+....... 18 G8 38- f i .14 I .Y 1 in making the home beautiful is"i Only' a small down
I invited to view these wonder
I in educational matters that redoundsto Jacksonville .. 38 48 r payment needed
:.. If you boil over with rage you are the KEY WEST .. 61 68 .samples of the tile making art. @J-'
benefit of all who sprint after truth. I II Continued Cool Fair 1 Come in and select your
lilrel to shed scalding tears, and that Los Angeles .. 56 74 1I *-
ly: I Cuban Consul Domingo Milord GralEJearic.W*will
At the is ;
same time. however, one also I
I Miami ... 46 66 Christmas.
north deliver it for
isn t good for the skin. portion; weather fair -to i(has received a communicationI
d__ __ privileged to doubt it. Minneapolis! 16 24 I partly overcast tonight and Thurs- j I I from the Spanish Ambassador at'Was.'tington' You amountdown par only Dd aeltft small'
New Orleans 4Z 48 I
= \ day. i 1 notifying him that his! list mart until Mnb la,
Bread, according to some advertisements BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS New York 26 38 I majesty King Alfonso XIII of'' 1936. Take advantage
Pensacola 42
; WEATHER CONDITIONS n of this liberal gift offer
is the ideal food. It serves to reduce ._ Spain has conferred on the consul .
Pittsburgh 30 32 N
the fat, and fatten the lean. St. Louis ..__ 32 48 the decree of Knight .f The Regal '
The sale of Christmas seals undertaken
l: drder of Isabel, the Catholic..
> Pleasure continues low from i
Salt Lake City 12 3-1
1 If
by the National Tuberculosis As- San 'Francisco 46 58 the upper :Mississippi'afley''cart' The communication received fr m"'

One of the reasons of increasing vice I sociation, is now on in Key West and thousands Seattle _._.__ 38 56 j I ward over the no-ii and middle the Spanish Embassy in Washington -! [

isihat-the ministers are cot cracking down ; of other communities in the United Tampa .........42 56 'jA.t'sr.tic I States, Sault ate. :Marie, carries the signature of Hist I THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
Washington .. 36 40 !IMich., 29.74 inches, and Eastport, Majesty the King of Spain. J
-crime hard The church should
o enough. States.The Williston .._ 16 36 l;Me.. 29.52 inches; and high from I I _
b&militant and not giv: & to mollycoddling, proceeds of the sale of these attractive the northern Rockies southeastward *I The Key West eichangeites

if3t wants to get anywhere in its chosenmraion. little stickers are used to fight Temperatures' I i t.i ''Florida Helena Mont., -. -.----.
130.50 inches, :.nd Galveston and
tuberculosis the dread scourge of man Highest _._.- .,__..__.._..._68 Corpus[{ Christi Texas, 30.24 inch- C.l'IIIIIII.I'.I"III""I.I..I''I'4

kind. It is a cause that deserves the unstinted Lowest...__._..._.___.__...._..61 .'s. Light snowS occurred) darjjnig -
Mean ......._.__....._.__.._....____.____6-1 I the last 24 hours in. Minne-
Before prohibition mile! alcoholics support of all citizens, and we Normal Mean ..._..............._000..70R.iDraU. !I feoia. the southern Lake region
took the Keeley cur; now after prohibition hope that the sale here will evidence our Uipper: O"::io Valley and in portion I HOLIDAY GIFTS

females take it. The Keely Institute at interest in the battle against the white Yesterday' Precipitation .0 In'- rof the north Atlantic States, and VALUED

Dwight, Ills., gives the information that 90 plague. Normal Precipitation 06 Ins. there has been light rain in the
.Tllt. re-curd reef,. : -..... _...... ilowcr Rio Grande Valley. Terri -
per cent of these "lady drunkards" are adiar al .'el.ek tbia ".0'.1[. i r iperatures have fallen in New England -

married, 70 per cent housewives. WHAT IS YOUR NEWSPAPER? Tomorrow's Almaaae and southeastern; Florida; CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE sH

Sun rises _"._000"'.''''_''' 7:07 a. m. while elsewhere::: changes have
Sun sets ._,____"' -m_-_- 5:42 p. m.I'[been generally slight with readings
When the famous Casey struck out OA (The Daily Sun. Gainesville Fla.) Moon rises .__.__....- 1:30 a. m. still below normal in theI S

that memorable occasion in :iludville. the Your newspaper is one of the most perishable Moon sets ..."-......._..... 1:OT p. m.I.I Guir and South Atlantic States Prices include setting up but not painted
To..rro.r...... and 1'ght frost this morning in
commodities known. It is produced in a few hours
real hero the pitcher who
wa accomplished A.M. P.M. ida the
;j northeastern 'Flo and on'
the feat; but t docs anybody know race with time. It is out of date in twenty-foui High ."'.0.,_,,_'_'" 5:04 4:571!* middle Gulf coast. S SINGLE CHAIR eU4.OOe

w o.he wasThe" imrro -il' epic "Casey hours. Yet it is as the Chicago Tribune points out LoT ....................10:18 11:55Barometer tl S. KENNEDY.
"An institution a a. todaysSea Officer In Charge. tJ.VO
developed by modern civilizationto
at.the'Bat" doesn't ration his
..even. name. level, 30.12. DOUBLE CHAIR
:.t 1':" __ present the news of the day to foster commerce "

7- The ministers in Tarnpa are demanding !and industry, to inform and lead public opinion ,WEATH1R FORECASTTill i 1 I *; ,- < ". .: 4.50q .
a "thoronghjhousccJe} ning" in Tampa and to furnish a check upon government which no ... _. : f.".V.." J :
( 8 p. m., Thursday) I 1 I : HOTEL lb ..: '- ..' fi
were constitution has ever been able to provide. .
where recently ree, men kidnaped 3 0 0
Centrally :|I .
Key West and- Vicinity: -
one of whom died from the punishment ad This may sound like a large assignment 1 but, fair and continued cool u>- In the Center of the Businessand i q CHILD'S CHAIR .' .. : .. ,r:." .

ministered. That i.i a sourc from which it is a fair statement of what the newspapers of night and Thursday .gentle to Theater District t. -

such: demands should logically come. this country aim to do. To accomplish these objectives moderate northerly winds. ,| First CI.Fi'eprf' LAWN BENCH > :< 6.50 0,
Florida: Gsntrally fair tonight ]1 I _
Ministers must: be militant in such matters. it is necessary that there should be freedom I and Thursday. light ti. heavy Sensible R.... 'I I 3.50
q qFOR
There has been altogether *oo much laissiz of the press; maintained at all times and in I !rot in north and centn.1 p.,rtions i TABLE
fajre. I all circumstances. and light' frost in n.u-k- I Carafe t Elevator )
linds of ext; -me south port..n I J '
t Addressing a group of Rotarians recently. Poplar Preen ., :
clear toniR'ht.Jacksonville
Advertising is a necessity, regardless Cranston Williams the Chattanooga publisher to Florid* Straits YOUR BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORSField

01- rchants think. pointed out that: "There seems to be popular ,
what some backward rr a -- -- --- --- -
Cannon $ .75 Gunboat _._..... .. .$ .75
If there were no newsrapers G: periodicalsof idea that freedom of the press is some peculiar -- -----?

any kind in Key West. the merchants- and special prerogative enjoyed by a publisher. It Large Cannon 2.50 Bombing Plane ......._...._. .95

that M the progressive ones,-would soon should be. made plain that freedom of the press is For CHRISTMAS and : Heavy Artillery 2.00 Machine\ Gun ..__u______..____ 1.25

aJvertLe by dodgers, posters or by mail. a right belonging to all the people." S Ammunition-lOc per tube 4

Or they woo: 1 buy space in such papers as Freedom of the press assembly and speechwere the NEW YEAR S

circulate in his city, although the irregularity included in the bill of rights by -the. framers TOYS
of arrival at the present time of our government. While' it is hard to define the ,,_ ,
exact meaning of these guarantees,ThoJeffer-
W4)111d do them preciously little good.
son said: "Our liberty depends on the freedom!
I Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings *" dkOUR STORE AND SELECT YOUR GIFTS. THEREIS
Rose Freistater of New York applied the press, and that cannot be limited withonrbe. #{{i Account. Start one with us for him today for as '

'for a teaching job but was refused on the ing.lost.*" i :t little as one dollar. From time to time add to it. BOUND TO BE FOUND HERE SOMETHING ..

ground that she was too fat, and that "fat In these days'when cynics urge on every occasion I When graduation and college come along he will I I THAT :MEETS A PAR- -

people have relatively higher mortalityrates and i issue, that freedom of the press has I be prepared for them. He will soon learn the lesson 1 TICULAR GIFT PROBLEM

than persons of normal weight." It ; been lost because they can not use it for destructive i that it is not what you earn but what you save .

w&s also pointed out that too many corpulent i ends. they should be reminded that liberty is not 1 that makes wealth.

teachers would "constitute: a drain i license to destroy and uproot constituted au- J I

oQ the teachers' pension fund." She coun- thority. Sculh Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I IPAGE Ie o
FIrst National Bank West :
The of
tg-ed that her weight represented bone and Reckless statement of views is no more the Key : I e.

sinew and not fat, but the board remained province of a newspaper than subsidized propa- .
Member of the Federal Reserve } 558 White and EJza Streets
adamant.. Now, after many weeks of diet- ganda. To keep free from these extremes and I ; !

i ing. Rose atnounced triumphantly that maintain an institution in keeping with the stand- I Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance I "Your home is worthy of the best"

she has made the required weight, down ]t cr,*c expressed by The Chicago Tribune is the daily Corporation J'

to( _150 from 182, t task of every worthwhile newspaper. a w \'I'.I.1I.1I.1.'IIIII"II'.I.ITI.lII.

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M u. IM Mi slot .l..................ee**.. ...eeeeevv*twwwfwwtfewtToday's e --KEEPS-DIARY SO YEARS


:MONMOUTH Ore.-J. I, Van-

= ==Mar Mar bu David Gar L n L_ taw s == Mar SPORTS" I Anniversaries Loan of this tty, who recently
run. COLUMN t i
..!!I&An __ _Ifvat awe w1 tier .............. celebrated his
I. .......... Wth birthday, has

"YO'S Trrry WOJttt aeerone yon. Willett? For CoCa sake alt ....................... 1'1S6-Cad Maria von Weber kept a diary fo- 8Q years.
Patoa KtvtrIf
done tk yrttow
.. me down some place." FCR CHARTER i German
P to art rto em- a i opera composer, born.
...,. .. .._. ..
**+& phi? ot eev tor *<. gttrrtf roecfffpstretm. t est composer born hi New York
"OORRY to hat been so much 28 FOOT CABIN CRUISER
Hit talker i* etaynia
rub tip. |..... ffkttmt fever and J bother. Speede said."Too much BY JOVE 1I FAY A BOWEN engine, in ; t Died there Jan. 23, 1908.
_"mrtfvr* Terry ntftet 4eule 1802-George D. Prentice
rfmhae ea IA. fart .> (.. _* kaaa-lousy .tnl: WUlettmakesabaintns r fine condition for fishing or l| .. __..u... ......
i Louisville Ky., : editor aa
Stable tice oovfrmmnt New seem Uke carbonated water. ;I newspaper -!
cnrisin, by day, week ot
i* ttflhty timt .* lae 'CoHoro* I born at Preston! Conn. Died| THE SEMINOLE
_fae/o tea. l>*lrk tramp ttcamrf How yon Willett I month. Charterer: to. provide i

..loW'Ua*_wttt_ a If mo let Ain get .In tapped.Chapter (Ae rapt.tal stomach Terry clasped and leaned his bands back across In his his SANITARY BOYS ,:BASKETBALL GAMES'ADMINISTRATION l VSiSANITARYPLAYERS':Jefferson[ : i I Jan. 22, 18701811Horace-.

chair staring at Speede intently. I I I II B. CUflin. great I
Three 'r
Kana.eh? Getting drank for three DOWN ABC TEN I ON FRIDAY NIGHT LOST New Yprk City dry-goods merchant -. .

FAST FIGHT cents on that "white eyed" poison. I i, I i i i..11 ..m I!! of his day, bora at
YiriLLETT Jumped off the bar. lie Speede must be breaking up. I I 1 STOLEN Boy's' Bicycle. Re-| ford Mass. Died Nov. 14, llil-I psi
Must be? As he sat here in the Friday night the Winter Basketball -'' Today the Sanitary Department 1
ward; .If returned to 529 Eaton
knew how Portuguese fought FINAL SCORE OF CAME AT ,
comparative privacy of the Santini League of the Island City f meets the Administration outfitin EdJaett..Htw
And that other man had iooked I street dee7-2tr' 1819
4: .. -Isaac T. Hecker, New
Hotel could understand i
bar. Terry
donblehead- Social League con-
its regular
will flay weekly a
positively sick too woozy to do aDY'thing BAYVIEW PARK YE TER. !l : Yok City's noted Catholic priest
why he hadn't recognized Tommy
test at m.
about It except help himselfget I er. p. WANTED i, founder of the Paulists, born in
Speede Immediately The grin alone E. Roberts I
DAY be
killed. Besides, b*-was a white WAS 12 TO 4 In the opening contest the Batteries will :
man. hadn't changed. Park Tigers will meet the WPA and J. Roberts for the Office boys TWO PASSENGERS TO TAMPAand New York. Died Dec. 22, 1888. I FloridaCHAS.
"How'd yon happen to land In the I B. CKLX; .
0. Caraballo for kto.gerA
and the Bee Bakers will I and Castro and
Enoegb of an excuse for WUlett ColIseoT he demaided."Just Buy return. See Joe, Vogue I 1835-Lyman Abbott New human h asitttae to get moving. walk In' the streets" Speede The Sanitary Department ten tackle,the High School five in the I f I the Health ten.FOOTBALL. Cleaners. d .-14-tf i j York City Congregational Clergyman where. yw will find rewr tetlvMulee
II' f r a.d rmtrnmtmmtnt mat*
"Ub ah." he said quietly stepping said dreamily._-W;lkfn' around and yesterday afternoon at Bayview nightcap.The I I BICYCLES-I noted editor of the Outlook I ter of great Importance.:
between them lie tamed from the bumped into the door. Hell of a place ;first game will begin at t GAMECHRISTMAS\ j i for nearly 30 years, author of I

Portuguese."Beat It. kid.1 In'tlt?The whole country fs a hell Park defeated: the High Schoolboys 7:30 p. m. BICYCLES-\VC RENT by the many books, born in BQ. on. Died A. .deco im the n'd hear! .r tae city

That was a hot one-calling that of a place.Have a drink T" I I I Hoar Day or Week. Repair Oct. 22, 1922. I I -
fellow ""kid. Ha alda't- look Like a "Why dont yon get out of by a 12 to 4 score. and B. Roberta for vfee ABC outfit DAYThe : all makes and paint them with i Every Room with Combination Tub

kid and yet Impression remained. "these parts?" Terry asked steadil7.Haven't Leading! !litters were B. Pinder, were outstanding in the i Nu-EnameL We carry a full ;; 1859-Francis Thompson, sorrowful -I I f Celling and Shower Fan Bat Slat ,Door Radio for Summer Electric
Perhaps It was the trembling of his yon had enough? I fie1d.1 I supply of Agent for the VeatDatlom. Comfortable Bed
'F. Caraballo! slammed I parts. ; English with
;;;;;; literary
lips. Speede suddenly laughed. with three singles in as many timesat i iI home run. High School football Stars at Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. author of "The Hound of fjgure.1 traction Mattresses and of laser Individual Spring R.adelag Coir
i "Enough? More than I OrboieU
enough. will meet the 1 low $5.00
The other passed a shaking hand I And sell them as as 1 of LamP"
en, one tre geatest
hate every lousy tree in this country. each I Score by innings: R. H. E. Field Christmas Day
across his brow. bat; Stanley and Castro, the Navy on I I down and $1.00 week. ,I RATES
; its kind, born. Died Nov. 1! ... ...
And as for rocks-say, Willett. have .
"1 want to see it through." I with three safeties in four tries. SaniUry 44 Department atp.nt.. I I Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co 1907. 1W ..*.*., Private Bth itM
yon ever thought about racial:: You : 048 313 1-12 17 3 The School eleven will ese their novl8tfFOR 1 lie -., Private Bath 2.51
"Yeahr said Terry. "Beat It like blast and sweat and strain to put Hill hit three safely but was at High regular lnie- pv while the Stars 11 I 1 13.1 I" Rem. Print Bath __ aM
I before its ba ltta." veriza &bool300 1861-Edward 24 ReOTte.. PrivateBatfe
teU you :! a rock and then TSit have of A. aMI
; two
services of
000 1-i 467Batteries will have the RENT
bat love times.O. Boston and New York I 1C Saaip4*ReM. Private Balk
: J. Cites and O. the local outstanding players of LIGHT IXCREAAE FOR DOCBLH!
Caraballo J. Cates and Hill Caraballo; Moore and F. Stickn other years, in then effort to I UPPER FLOOR, 532 Duval i pianist, among America's great-J\ occur ASCT

"Russell.Today's. ([defeat the ABC 8quwt I street, for office_or residence. .
for the Health ten, fad Cervantes y, X. I -- -- --- ----
Bungalow 1026 Varela street,
-- -- --- corner Virginia. Both modern

....... ........eeeeeeee ....................... ...e..ee........ 'I conveniences. Apply J. Arono-

VIEWS AND REVIEWS"1. Birthdays!;! Today In History 'I vita, 534 Duval street.dec2-6tx ] Oversea Transportation Co.

....................... ......................... I

What They Say Whether j. Admiral William H. Stanley,t. 1787 New Jersey the third I II I LOWER -FURNISHED 2 bed rooms APARTMENT conveniences -- OWNED AND OPERATED BY

of Naval Operations and State to ratify the Constitution.
I : 519 Elizabeth

...e..e..eAdolph Right Or Wrong ference to born the at London Ukiah Naval, Cat Con-, 63,i -- i iII Street., porches. novlS Thompson Fish Co. Inc., Key \West

1832-Treaty of navigationand
Hitler Germaa Dictator:. years ago.Admiral. II i FURNISHED APARTMENTI -
with Russia REGULAR
"The German cople will fur-I :Modern conveniences 628

nish their own protection." Frank H. Clark chair eluded. I White street, or call at Gaiti's SERVICE BETWEEN

} t I man of the Navy's General Barber Shop nov2
reaches the I 1865-13th Amendment to the : West and Miami
Charles H. Sherrill. former U. S. Board today Key
Ambassador to Turkey .statutory age of retirement, born Constitution, abolishing slave'y, NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT

MMosoIini) is a man of courage -' in Mais:, 64 years ago. & declared in.force. I,I :Duval ,street.with garage. Apply oct9 827 i NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST

in a world of pussy footers." t
4 Dr. S. P-;: Cadman of 1914-Britain proclaimed its FOR SALE i -aN-

E1... Meodl selected as the! Brooklyn, N. Y., noted Congregational protectorate 'over Egypt. I l I TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYT FRIDAY AND

"best dressed woman": clergyman, born in England BUICK, new paint, good condition -
"I have often been; told by ray 71 years ago. 1917-15 to 20 large German 3500. See Joe, Vogue

friends that I was the best dressed I planes raid London, killing tea I Cleaners. dee4-tf FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY

woman in the world but I.do Walter W. Head of St. Louis and wounding 70-two of the SERVICE

I I not think so." insurance company president, ships! brought down.1919Japan I',FOR SALE-Double bed coil:
I f honorary president of the Boy I springs floss mattress bureau I OFFICE 813 CAROLINE STREET
1N R4t' 4 t child's high-chair, breakfast -
Scouts of America born crib
H. C. Wells, British author:
Instinct and action were twins of his brain. "Sly one ambition is to die an Alrian, 111-, 58 years ago. agrees to allowno I table four chairs, 2 large I I TELEPHONES 68 AND 92FIRMS
more "picture brides" to eoc.e wicker chairs. Mrs. Diekey,
"Look out!" yelled the other. you got? A nice big bole. And then : Amercan: citizen but it's difficult here. dec6-3tx!I
He needn have worried. Terry you blast and sweat and strain some : to arrange." Francis Burton Harrison one-! I Naval Hospital. l I I

may not have been looking at the more to fill In the hole withwhatdo I time governor-general of the I -----. -- -- --- ------- _u ---

Portuguese but be had kept his you think?-rocks! Rocks! Philippines and today adviser to l
I Jesse H. Jones chairman, RFC:
shadow In the corner of his eye. lie lie laughed again and waved an "This country could stand almost its President, born in New York,I
didn't bother to waste time turninghis arm at the waiter.tylLLETT 62
it'a years ago. -.
anything- a pretty good
bead. Instinct and action were I,
twins of his brain. He ducked immediately bit his lip. Seeing Tommy country. t n
Joseph Wilshire of New York
and the fist of the Porto- Speede brought back memo*
guess graced tbe top of his bead. lies of Rocky Corrigan. Spider William IS. Borah U. S. Senator, president of 'Standard Brands, .

He span aroind.Jaw set in ridges. Hance. Jack Curiae and others. He from Idaho: born in ,Cincinnati 56 years ago.

His fist connected with the point of remembered now the Tommy Speed. "We have found from exper-
a chin There were jells. There were of those days two years ago who had ience that we sometimes get into William I. Myers of Cornell

oaths. There was a man going down. been sent down by a big American war by trying to keep out. Univ., governor of the Farm Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize
When Willett bit that was usually engineering firm as "rock" man to Credit Administration, born at
the nest thing to happen.A Join the construction outfit blastinga JUDGE AGREES Lowman, N. Y., 44 years ago.
road from Ponteciiles to Janrez. i
crowd surged around them. The
That Janrez Job had been. toughone I II
reputation of lbs ColUeo was that I
and Speede with his fresh CLEVELAND. agree with Dr. John L. Newcomb, presi-
the first knife wins. The Portuguesewas cheeks his Irish grin and college wife is impossible" said dent of the Univ. of Virginia, : Star American Coffee
being Jabbered at by his mates. you; your R 0 S E S 1
He got up and Terry, waiting for degree bad certainly received a baptism Judge Harris of this city in born at Sassapras.! Va., 54 years : JOHN C PARK NOW OFFERED IN T I F T S

him with a tight little curve to bin of fire. granting Harry Florey a divorce. ago.
lips, knocked him kicking againlie He was still seared.He wasn't coming I THREE GRADES FLORAL PIECES A
----- -- ---' -- --- CASH GROCERY
out of It. Why didn't he
knew what was next He knewIt of the country before it was too get late out? ..............eeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeee.............. l 328 SIMONTON ST STAR Ib. 25c
as his foe got up on one knee wiping I SPECIALTY
He was a sick man; they're all sick 1101 Division Street
bis bloody mouth with hand. t Ib. 1&
when they dose themselves with 1 '
the other Inside his FOR SALE "
and Willett creeping didn't waiL Hurling coat.the kana."Easy." Terry advised. "Take It I : PLUMBING I v. & s., Ib., 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE; J2 d .

table to one sffle. IS seized a chair stow" I
and lumped fowaQjUTbe I Speede abruptly pulled himself SOUTH FLORIDA Staple anc1-Fancy

man whose fight had been together and the uncontrolled tonein DURO PUMPS ,- GrocrriefPLUMBING
taken right out of b*,hands matched' his voice was lacking when he .-I
his teeth gnawing his knuckles. spoke again."Surprised. t tia I SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
There was a crash a scream and to see yon. Terry. he Complete Line' Fresh.
Jerry stepped back/ said. "What are yon doing around. 512 Greene Street "u..,
Quickly 'he surveyed the crowd. here?" : I PHONE 348 Phoae-256 .. PHONE 597 Fruits ana ;,.eleta le. ,.

then grabbing: him by the elbow be Terry lit a cigaret."Working ; s., ;
hurried the white man through the up the river. ha said I.

milling throng! and out into tbe cool Don- mmiUally. "Dad's with me on HAPPY DAY$ ARE HERE
night air. The man leaned back the Job. -
against the wall and stared: at him. "Your old man still in harness d MtN Jewfisb, 2 lbs.
"You killed him.! he nearly whis eb?" Speede queried. "Swell gent :: THE KEY WEST
old Yellowtail Steak, 2 Iba. _
pered. your man. Living proof thU.eDoclleen
be Yellowtail Bone. Z ILl. Z5c Office 319 OuTal Street ,'
"Doubt It" said Terry shortly. can white men. 1 dont I oa :

"Just draped bis thick skull with a see how be keeps on beating this Grouper Z .... Z5c SUNDAY STAR r
few unconscious thoughts If you game. I can't and you can! either- I
Sao 21be, zsc
Per' e
you'll see.-
think I'm going to be nn assistantin TELEPHONE N0. L
a knife-throwing act you're deter mind about me," said WOlett. 1 I M.U. Fisk Z IN. Z5c
t Sa 6srnPiYna $2 Per Year
crazy. "How about yon? Why dont J Iet .
drag out? FRESH SHRIMP Try Yov MeaJe AI
yon They ought to giveyou
Tbe other was still staring at him a leave of absenece." tiT71 t Large Select 07dera Key Weat Only Sunday mE-_ '

his eyes slowly widening I They?" Speede repeated ton. i Freak Crab Meat i. lb cans 6Sc Paper Delmomco Resfcraaal

"Willett! Aren't you Willett?"The lessly. "There Isn't any 'they 1 r.. FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLEN
exclamation was vibrant with sudden signed after the Janrez Job. And my Busineu Office Citizen BW4I..r..r lies ..Det

<< recognition. mother back In the States wants me ,I< i t t .. t LOWE FISH COMPANY aiIGm& s'ra eo..... Dia; ..,.. -
Terry regarded him thoughtfully to come along home. She's an old r COMPANY
"Would yon mind telling; me Just lady Willett-1 don't think Ill see I PHONE 151 PHONE 51 -"---- b0e. 7Sc. a.d as.I .

who the bell you are?" be demanded. her again If 1 don't go now."

**I nearly got my throat cut trying (Coilfrtaht. lira ty David Gertij t

to find out'"SpeedoTommy .
Tomorrow a Fox named George I PRITCHARD EXTRA LUC& SELECT
Speede. How !i. intrert.._ 538 FIeiac Street Best for Peb-
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I boo Dogs or FUNERAL HOME
.E.o.e. Wilsw' & C.t, OYSTERS
Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White- after two years of
Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company sE Watct. 5 tk W
DIpiIiM IrtfpaDoct
head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view ,_ .-'"': laboratory researcIa,
Effective: December 22nd, 1935. s .... produced for c-teq' Served Ain Style and De-
S. S. CUBA of the sea and overlooking Coral Park the animal ki.gdom livered, Cooked of Bow to any

For price and terms apply to a balanced ratio. part ef cit7.
Leaves Port Tampa on Sundays and Wednesdays at 2:30 CENSED EMBALEB
P. XL arriving Key West 7 ,A. M. Mondays and Thursdays. WATCHMAKER JEWELER I.apectecl ...d ....... L7 De- HOT SOUSE EVERY

Leaves St. Petersburg on Sundays at 4:15 P. Mi! arriving L ARTMAN; AND ENGRAVER partaeat el Agrlc ltan .f Aa MIaaee Senice SATURDAY

Key West 7 A. M. Monday. See Him For Your Next Work United States as fit far bwmea N" .1 icy,Steak.

Leaves Key West Mondays and Thursdays 8:30 A. M. The Citizen Office ALL PRICES REDUCED fond'
for Havana. Ask for aDd deaaaad- LADY ATTENDANT

Leaves Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 5 P. M. for Port or Hoens g a Js.1; t. 9 IDEAL DOC FOOD WELLS LUNCH ROOM

Tampa. Fla. open Saturday Nights AI.b 7 Grocery ...... J4I Nofr.sa... PH- 2fT1.W toO So.tJ.anI S&
For farther information and rates call Phone 14.J. .; _> '. Residence 1309 Whitehead Street .

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CHRISTMAS WEEK PERSONAL MENTION KNIGHT I To my friends and neighborswho Today's HoroscopeToday's

SOCIETY .........................
............ DEMOLAY ORDERELECTED NAMBCIFFICERS were so kind during the illness
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and death of my beloved con, nature ia i poetic sensuous

................................................. Arturo Fabregas left on the P. Elsworth Meddlen who passed sympathetic and dexter.
BY BAPTIST UNITTHREE and O. boat yesterday afternoonfor away on November 0, I wish to ous. It is a good endowment for
Tampa to visit with relativesand MASTER COUNCIL- AUGUSTO ACUERO CHOSEN extend sincere thanks.
High School ParentTeacher my I also an actor. The disposition is kind;
friends for several weeks LOR AT MEETING CONDUCTED AS WORSHIPFUL MASTERAT wish to extend my appreciation to fidelity and affection are strong
Assn. Meets Here Yesterday TO' the nurses and doctors and to characteristics; and many friends
SPECIAL SERVICES J. R. Blair, United States inspector -I[ LAST EVENINGJeff SESSION MONDAY I:I those who contributed; the* beautiful i will be attracted by the personal

-- I' BE CONDUCTED BEGINNING of hulls, who was here to I floral pieces and to those charms; yet very few will ever

Key West Junior-Senior High mothers present to take advantage inspect the Ferry Henry ),1. Flag- i who. gave the use of their cars. know its real value. Some degree -
School Parent-Teacher &sociation'' of the privileges offered at the I! SUNDAY MORNING. WITH ler of the F. E. C. Car Ferry' Knight, Jr., was elected ti1 regular,meeting.of Dr.Felixarelalxkllje ) !i I: assure one and all that their of fortune may accrue to

held its regular monthly meeting clinic. i ii r APPROPRIATE SUBJ-ECT Company, left yesterday for Master .Councillor of Robert J.j, Ki. 64, F. t A. 11..1 j kindnesses will never be forgotten. this nature, but it is rather too

in the school auditorium, yester- i Appointment of a committee to: Tampa. Perry Chapter, Order of DeMolay; .nr heltft"on-Monday-: evening ;;'t. generous for worldly success,

day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. attend the coming council meeting, at a meeting held last night in the 'I lodge room daring which time'li His Mother, though its benefactions will be

Enrique Henriquez presided. I I to be held at Harris School was.I Christmas week will be observed C. A. Parramore representingone Scottish Rite Hall, corner Simon- .t there was in election of officers ELIZA JOHNSON (Moreno decl8-lt). hidden.

Everyone attending joined in I made by the president. : at the First Baptist church J of the large packing corpora. ton and Eaton streets. "
singing "America" and repeatingThe I A very enjoyable program was I'I tions, who was in Key West for Other officers elected were: held. aside. from the various otherbnes Subscribe to The Citizen.
Lord's Prayer after which rendered under the direction ot i by three special' : services. two days on business sailed yes- Joseph Richardson Senior Coun transacted. I I Subscribe to Th. Citizen 20c

Secretary Mrs. Hildah Salis read:the teachers. Next month the'!I Sunday morning the pastori terday for Tampa. cillor and Howard Pinder Junior The officers elected follow: weekly. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

the minutes of the previous meet!-program will be under the direction -i I i will speak on The Wise Men and Councillor. Other officers will Au uito de Aguero-W. M. --

ing and Mrs. H. S. Dexter treasurer of Mrs. H. S. )McClanahan 1 i the Star." This will be a pre- H. S. McClanahan of the state be appointed by the Master Coun Dr. Armando Cobo--S. W. DO YOU WAVES
do .
that has to scheduled
a financial report.A chairman the Christmas sermon board left on the S. S. cillor at the next meeting WEAR rwo
gave of ways'and means plant OVERALLS Permanent
with the real Christmas observ- for business: to be held the first Tuesdayin I Gabriel Guterrez-J.! W. gg.QQ
note of appreciation from committee. I Cuba yesterday a for -
Maria Gutsen of the Mercedes The program rendered follows: ance. will visit in Tampa. I January: I 1 Rogelio Cahrcn-Treasurer.: Better Wave, $5.00 and .p
Sunday evening the choir The meeting last night was Feliciano! Castro The Columbia Laundry an- .
Hospital was read thanking the Minuet: Sara Aim Bin, Mary I musical that will active and : --Secretary. I I MRS. MILLER
give a prrogram largely attended by nounces special prices on Over-
P.-T. A. for the fruit and groceriessent Fae McClanahan, Kathryn Thompson -I fill the entire evening. There will Mrs. Louise Sampson, who arrived majority members and plans for' Rev. Guill *, o Perez-Chap-i'alls. Until further notice of an-' 407 South Street Phone 574-J
the institution Thanksgiving Bonnie Mae Watkins, Steve attend funeral services lain.
on to
the direc-
be no sermon. Under I future activity of the order were other special they will launder
day. Pupils of the Key;, Boyden, Jesus Carmona, John i tion of Mrs. Roy Spear the choir for her sister Mrs. Louise Eliza i made. Vicente Molina-Marshall.Felitrano : overalls and jumpers for ten
West Junior-Senior High School Spottswood and George Del Pino.I which held Gonzalez-S. D.
'I is preparing a very fine pro- beth Aguiar were last cents each and Union overalls at FLYwith
contributed the fruit and groceries I It was directed by Mrs. Knowles'r[ program of songs and anthemsI week left yesterday by plane for Eugerio Martinez.-J. D. twenty cents a suit-Thrifty Fin- the-
to make the donation possible. and accompanied on the piano by I appropriate to the Christmas sea- her home in Miami. CHURCH PAGEANT Chas. W. porez-S. S. ish. Phone 57 for White Truck PAN AMERICAN- PLANE

An announcement that the diphtheria -I Miss Smith. i I.,.I! son. "We are just a bit proud Eloy Albury-J. S. Service.-advt.) M-W-FI -
No In Rates
'clinic for children betweenthe Group of songs: Edith Williams -r E. C. Gomez Ty1c.r.I Change
I I ;';, of our choir and can assure you Manuel Domencche. jr. lefts, FRIDAY EVENINGLey Make Reservations Phone
ages of 6 months to 7 years accompanied on the piano.; of an* evening service that will yesterday by plane for Miami and I I 1 by

was now open under the direction by Gus Ayala. I I! please you," the pastor states.' :will visit with relatives in several' I Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I BENJAMIN LOPEZ Telephone 620

of City Health Officer Dr. William I Tap dance: Gerald Pinder and.,: The Christmas celebration will ',parts of the state. Memorial Methodist church : v'eekly.h I FUNERAL HOME 'Regular% West Planes Miami-Key Inc.

R. Warren was made by Mrs. M. Norma Garcia accompanied on be held on Christmas (Wednesday -,. will present its annual Christmas 1 klD.aily Airways

E. Berkowitz.She urged all J Ithe piano by Marjorie Frow. I ) night. Under the direction .. Joaquin Ro'maguera left by program and trgeant. Friday eve-it MONROE THEATER Serviic Half Ceatary Key West
..-- -- ------ --- ,-- -- of Mrs. ''F. F. Hoffman, the Sun- :plane yesterday afternoon for,! ning at 7 30 o'clock in the Norma Shearer-Fredrick March 1 24 Hoar Ambulance Service Le1 !y West 4 p. m., Ar-

i day School will present the i Miami for a brief trip and will return -' church it is announced.The in SMILING THROUGHJoe I I Licensed EmbamerPhone .nve'iliami: 5:20 m.
Christmas By Wesley pa aant, "Little Town of Beth- People will give a II I p.
Program within the next few rays. Young E. Brown-Ann Dvorak in 135 Night 691I -\\. Fast -Comfortable- SafeI
I lehem"At play and the children will presenta BRIGHT LIGHTS I I -

House Group Tomorrow Night the close of the pageant Frank Bentley, manager of the pageant entitled, "The Gifts of I Matinee -B-'lcoDY. ; OnLe. _ -- __ __
there will be a Christmas tree the Magi." I I'I. I : lOej i I
-- with Santa Claus and all that Trevor and Morris auto sales and I! The public is invited to attend tra. 15-20, Nidi. IS-2S II I:.............e.e....eeee........................
-Christmas program will be Maiy-Flora Grande.:! goes with this jolly good fellow.I supply company left yesterday''I.the exercises it is stated. I
House Kin Three Wise Men-Hilburn Rob- The general public and especially afternoon by plane'for a business. PROOF READING
given by the Wesley I CONTEST
visit in Miami. I'
erta. Heraito Perez Hamilton anx strangers in the city, FAST FREIGHT SERVICEfrom Ii
dergarten and other children at NEW\ ARRIVAL ; .
Williams. are invited to any and all of the i 1 and to
the High School auditorium on Shepherds: Newton Russell,. above services, it is stated. 1 1I Joseph Click representing the I'
Thursday: night, Dec. 19th at 7:30 I Theron Russell Juan Cobo Jr.,' 1I I National Home Owners Loan de- HOME OF CURRYS: Boston, New York, Miami, e Name ........... ----------._.___..

o'clock. Adolfo Barcelo hello Oropesa, partment, arrivad by plane this i 6 Jacksonville, Galveston, .
The children! who attend clubs Ernest Watson.AngelsCleora. MY MOTHERBy morning from Miami for a short II : Address._ ___._
New Orleans and
BeyondFrom .
and classes will compose a choir, Roberts, Es- I business visit. 'I It I Mr. and Mrs. Freemont Curry ..

which will sing the Christmas telle Delgado Lydia Tift. Patsy ( MAURINE WILLIAMS) 1 i announce the birth of a girl at Key West alternate Friday : The Error Is. 'l .
Carols and the Kindergarten children Hampton! Zaida Diaz, Theresa; I Miss Alice Jones of the FERA:'their home 1403 Albury street S
'. will render the following Arias, Har.alia Bado, Barbara I i My mother still is just a girl relief division who was on a business Monday evening.The From New York every TueidayFrom ..

program: Mora Alice Barcelo, Leoneda i A\ lovely pal of mine. I visit in Miami, returned by new arrival has been given Boston every Saturday 1 I. .-...-.-..-

Group of Christmas Songs. Roache Ella May Bowery Louise I Perhaps the best of all I have, plane this morning. : the name of.Jennie Fae. : From Jacksonville Miami and ............................... ..........
Story by Eola Johnaoa.Announcements. Sands Celina Machin, Ether Hero, She is so loyal so fine. New Orleans every two weeksCLYDE4AALLORY |I. :

Betty Jean Cruickshank Rose I ORDERED TO LEAVE I "
William R. Porter, president of
Invocation by Rev. Perez. I Marie Sanchez Margaret Kerr She is the nicest, girl I know --- '
the First National returned
Song by Ramiro Delgado. Carol Boza, Claudina Roberts. She has such charming ways. ; Bank I DETROIT.-Mrs. Mary Regan
this from visits to Jacksonville Jil-U
Pagaent, "The Christmas Story"' Carmen Mandares. Onelia Casado I' Her manners are sometimes bet- morning. Miami and West Palm I of this city: was ordered by the j jI DO YOU OPERATE AS ACORPORATION

by Kindergarten, with the following -I Joan Marshall, Ondenia Thrift, terThan court to leave the home of tier C. E. SMITH Agent I I
characters: Elaine Albury and Thelma Og- those of girls these days. Beach. I son-in-law after he had her ar- I Key West Fla'How 1
Ivan Watson. den. I conduct. -
Joseph- Valentine Mesa rested for disorderly I
was a
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the Cuba yesterday after n
I My mother's not a prude on
But she knows it isn't modernTo noon going to Tampa to spend the
Wheel Clab To Catotabs
Anniversary I be so frankly rude. holidays with relatives and Help Nature I CORPORATIONThen
CelebrationA Meet Tomorrow friends.H. .

I 1 She's not a bit old fashioned To Throw Off Bad Cold:' you will be interested to know corporations subject to the
birthday celebration was held Members of the Coral Wheel Though you might think her so. B. Haskins assistant super a State Capital Stock tax and delinquent, have all corporate

at the home of Mrs. Livingstone II!;I Club have planned to meet 8f t She's simply just a thoroughbred intendent of lighthouses left yes-I Minions have found In Calotabs a Second. Calotabs are diuretic to the ,I'' powers and privileges suspended; and when 3 years delinquent
terday for Maami and from there will be dissolved. See Chapter 16880, Acts of 1935. Laws of
Bethel Duval street last eve- o'clock tomorrow night at the ; f most valuable aid in the treatment kidneys, promoting the elimination
on 1 Believe me, for I know. will go to inspect navigation aids i; of colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the system. Thus Florida. The Capital Stock Tax law has been effective since
ning in celebration of her reaching 1;;home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kirt- I in the Lake Okeechobee district.He .I lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of 1931. The names of corporations subject to be dissolved will

the age of 88 years. I land on South street and go for Key West* Fla, was accompanied by J. W."t I' third How or do fifth Calotabs night if needed.help Nature which a purgative are needed and diuretic in the ,treatment both of be published under the above law after January 1st, 1936.

Mjs. Bethel is the relict of the one'of the regular rides around Dec. 17, 1935. Schoneck. assistant lighthouse egineer n-+ throw off a cold? First Calotabs is of colds. R. A. GRAY
I' i who was en route to Sani-,'' one of the most thorough and de- Calotabs are quite economical; ,
late Judge Livingstone Bethel who the boulevard. I pendable of all intestinal eliminants. only twenty-five cents for the family Secretary of State of Florida
I ONLY SAFE WAY bel Island and other points on the''t 4 i thus cleansing the intestinal tract of ten cents for the trial
I I Before the ride is completedthe package
died some years ago.
west coast to inspect aids. the germ-laden mucus and toxines. During the evening games were,i cyclists will visit the Club CHICAGO.--Judge Carren of -
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played and appropriate prizes of-' Miramar\ to partake of a.Spanish this city stated in the traffic ,
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fered. Among those present help-' plate supper which will be ar court that the only safe way to '
I i ranged for them by the owner. cross a street these days is tc
ing to enjoy the festivities were:
push a perambulator.
Mfcs. Grace Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. GOSHORNS PLAN

Bethel Phillips Dr and Mrs. Win.R .1 yj :
Mothers S
"Warren, Mrs. Geo. W. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldsmith, Mrs.i 1 VACATION TRIP In treating children's colds, lave.fOU ( \

Edgar Pangle Mrs. JosephineCash i don't take ...., ,
Mrs. Fred Prindle and chances use VICKS

Misses G. N. Goshorn. deputy collector -
Warren.Etb..fj1lUersoland.J.conol I of customs in charge at Key PROVED: .BY.2.GENERATIONS: : seen the new % .1-=:...,.

West, Mrs. Goshorn and the children .
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U Miss Marguerite and Nick,
P.-T. Assn.Christmas Has .-
will leave over the highway the PALACEBuck, "

Tree latter part of the veek.' Jones in FORDV8 ? "

They plan to be absent about i I THE TEXAS RANGER
Yesterday afternoon Division two weeks enjoying the Christ-, t

Street School P.-T. A. presided at mas holiday vacation with relatives -: Serial and Comedy w .

a Christmas tree and entertainment -' at Plant City and Dade City,I: Matinee: 5-1 Oe; Night: 10-lSc

in the school which proved I Fla. t Ill1ltll1llll\\\% % \\ \ '

most enjoyable event for the _._ __ ___._ --- :
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children. A entertaining I '
program was presented very by the i I'.I'.I'.I'I.I".I".4lTIIII.I"III 1 I', I1i11III Seez zZ2ivet

pupils.At I
the conclusion of the program -

Santa Claus arrived and It's Furniture"Your )

each child was presented a gift. driven it-!
Shirley Mae Pinder won the door reminderl't
prize. ,I Gift is a
Following the distribution of; + i iVii" w

gifts an invitation was extended'Ito The Year Never enjoyed driving any
all to attend the exhibit 011 j Throughout

work by the pupils which will be i I S car so much in my life/
displayed; Wednesday and up un
til Thursday at noon in the A Few ITALIAN PRAYER 'VTOU'VE heard lots about the Ford

school auU.tonum.: RUGS $2.20 BACKED BY OVER 2.OOO.OOO V-8'. J- V& Performance so unusual that it

Suggestions Congoleum Rugs_ THE 1936 FORD V-8 BRINGS YOUt r i,, haswonovCTzooooooowncnisbound2SC

from 3.60 EASIER STETWINC p to be talked about mthusias caHy.a .
two new rotiresypa
BuinsteadsWormSynip AT THE
E i Axminster !auger Reams kanckle am aDd lID M But praise for past Ford V-8's seems
74 Ardsley ed .
07 .aadnw .uses r..r. Wa.r..Huse CASH PRICE: rnae oamg r- j almost mild beside what we hear from
.- ,. 1.I..d. 11' VLKpans. I Rugs 2.75
rlNpke ..a..i.. .- supn.SAFn'Y BRAKESs widtnapciaaally \ those who drive the 1936 Ford V-8.
ro..f M5TOVIA. S r.ut.::. i''i: : !, Smoking Stands $1.60 End Table arid Book' :
1e..e -' !-- ..ar.a.t1 I iev a.p br mc MIriKe.U86eq.( ia). The..J. i Sleek longer lines distinctive new interiors -
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S Rack combined 6.55 '10-- oiopenooo.SKirnMQ
.m. G A ve..lees x. u. nllP4el.. t NUMDAH RUGS 4.40 i II i ,even greater handling ease and
Child's Rockers 1.70 : safety-are a few of the things that set
BEARS: sleat, hem
Oil Heaters from 6.00Floor : cb aU speed. this new car further than ever above
Announcement- S Lamps 1.50 Coffee Table 2.20S REM FREEDOM FROM NOISE r a .Psc+alr' .its price class. .

_DIWMedtidecHleel body Drive this new Ford as soon as
W. Now Han With U. CLUB CHAIR Kite Stand 2.10 you
NEW D"AWW.Snn. WMnLS can. Know for J f ulfwhat it means to
and OTTOMAN 22.00 RADIO TABLE 2.00 _
John Newcomer S have Ford V-8 power and hand&g
8-cylmdcr noocKneM. pick-up
Welch sad Clock "ac4 case,to ride in UIU.uety: and comfort.
Expert pow mh proved V-8 en3aom
k t Ten Per Cent Discount Through The Holidays On v }
Repairer For own knowledge of what
All Cash Prices For Cash on DeliveryLONG'S lffdTW936
$ A.\'Dt7PF.a&DETKOrTVm value you cm get in a 1936 car-arrange
DuBreuil's) Shop
Variety I 51O a....c .-I""",r, / a Ford V-8 demonstration today.
514 D...l Street FURNITURE STORE
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B....... )I.Itsberg'a" and -tml CnJa U,Amttint :;:E' ...Pt" SEE IT AT YOU NEAREST FORD DEALER'S YOUR FORD DEALER

Tk Palace I 800 Fleming Street Phone 80
W. AI.. B.r Cold ad Silver \f".I.1".lII.I.lI.I'.II.1.1.1: .N THE Ala-PORD"SYMPHONY 0Ila .sTtA. SOTJDAY EVXMNCS f TO !' K. L T.-nJ WMOVQ AND MM "SY1.\'ft"'s.!' TOTSDAT IVKMTOOt ..M TO Mile E. .. T.CO4.C14MA: KSTWORK'

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