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 19, 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
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For AMoeiated Best 55 Interests Years Service.heal Devoted of Key Day Wert to.Wlr the 1Jc l{cp? WCZt ([t ttt3cn range most country Key. West.equable of; only with Florida weather 14'an Fahrenheit, average baa In the tht






Inventions Mark Year Of 1935 _

lONROE SCHOOLSKEY By A.. rimtr4 Pr.....) LASiEVENING' Of Additional Floor SpaceTo


The Santa I'e railroad has _
In 1'1.4T1'.4T.I'1.1 LECTED FOR PROPOSED more locomotives in service '
Science Speeds
passenger express AgenciesS.
baggage cars combined.The .
Many Ways; Many RECEIVE 3528.40- FROM READ WITH MOST I
BUNCH LOST KEYSP. r road operates 1,775 .

Other Things Noted During I Employes on all WPA projects and I".4T.I'.I'III'.I'1'1,1 I r
passaiger baggage
M. Weidmann, annual
HALF are to meet in the county court coaches. ROUTINE NATUREA Secretary Sug-
PeriodBy visitor to Key West, is happyover
the recovery of his lost house this evening at 8 o'clock on The extra engines haul OWEN SAWYER
That Some
bunch of keys because of a invitation of the committee whichwas the line's 87,357 freight CONTEST WINNER
The schools of Monroe county i car*. regular meeting of the City
classified advertisement in agreed upon last week to take Of Branches
Be MovedTo
HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE Council was held last evening be-I
The Citia.The will receive $3,528.40 from the
matters to the .41Y.I".I'.I'1" .I'ADVISING
(Associated Press Science Editor) up Quite a number of readersof
lost Mon ginning at 7:30 o'clock with
keys were i workmen and conditions The Citizen know their BaltimoreBy
half-million dollar preChristmasschool in Key
NEW YORK Dec. 19. -Sciencein day. Tuesday Mr. Weidmann West. LOCALRESIDENTS President Jim Roberts, presiding, French, judging from the

1935 promised John Smith less had the ad inserted. Yesterday distribution notice of I with all other councilmen present, amber of correct answersin
he had them in his pos- I Committee members arc Commissioner the
pain, better health longer life, session which was received by local school Carl Bervaldi, chair ABOUT and a few interested citizens. : proof-reading contest HERBERT PLUMMER

man; Attorney T. S. Caro, secre- A communication was read: in yesterdays paper. (ray AMel.tr4 Press)
more thrills in speed, more personal officials today from the state I I The error was "laissiz
',1.1'.1.1611.- tary; Councilman Marcos P. Msca\ PLANT SPRAYING from Charles ''Moon, representing i faire; ," the correction of WASHINGTON. Dec. 19_The

comforts. It started things Sr., George Parks, Lykcs Turner,
the Riley estate about past due' which is "laisse> faire." I suggestion of Secretary likes that

that surely will make John Smitha WALK\ { LAST The distribution announced by and Luis Avalo. payments o i the property pur-I' S. Owen Sawyer was the
The idea of the meeting is to I chased the first to hard in the correction from sheer necessity parts of the
little more of a king as days Governor Sholtz, Comptroller J. discuss plans for the bettermentof I ALL PROTESTING ARE BEING city tome years and the time I

NIGHT FURNISHEDMUCH M. Lee and State Superintendent Key West and to safeguard the I ago from the Riley interests. The I was 9 federal government may be moved
pass-and, whether he likes it or INFORMED THAT THEY CAN. o'clock. A. .; reward for his
W. S. Cawthon in Tallahassee interests of the working peopleof property..i i iuiuestion: is located at I' efforts he will receive a Gil- to the nearby city of Baltimoreis
not, mach more of a neighbor to the city.MUSIC. NOT WITH OF- the f&/o>*' Simonton
I AMUSEMENT yesterday biicgs the total state INTERFERE street,;' kite New De I Luxe Safety .
difficult understand.At
all the world. I aid for schools this term up to FICERS DOING WORK known as the old Wagner prop' Razor Set with ten blades as > not so to

lost of PROJECT erty. The matter was referred soon as he or someone named the5 rate government agencies .
John Smith some his; $1,275,560 which is more than
1 1I l by him, calls at The Citizenoffice
"space-time." That's a word coinedin VICTORCAKE LARSiN: AND RUBY double the state aid granted the to the city attorney for consid- for the prize. are now'gr.wtog, despite the

I I schools before Christmas last I, BEING PLANNED:I Key Westers, who objected to'I eration. The Contest Editor was

higher science to tell the FABAL WINNERS OF FIRST year, which was $598.893.91.The i Ithe activities: of the state plant A communication was read surprised that so many I 1 fact federal bnildinfs are being

strange things that happen where I PRIZE; LARGE NUMBER IN half-million dollar distribution -I 1----1' bery board are spraying today being trees and advised shrub-that', from ficer of F. the E. Albert WPA ,unit executive in of-' have caught to this think error. up something and will I I erected it Washington amazinglyfast

epeeds are immense and space I ATTENDANCE included $100,000 transferred they mast obey the injunction Key more difficult. The readersof overcrowded conditions are
which restrains them from inter-' West, requesting that the water I
from the Motor Vehicle The Citize
ARRIVE SATURDAY TO are too smart inevitable.At .
boundless.But I Expense Fund, which amount represented ferring with officers of the boardor works department of the city be for him.

I I Happiness and laughter pre- economies and savings in I FORM ORGANIZATION emp1o>'es in doing their work.' turned '.*ck to the Board of Public -I the preseat, for example,
when the flew 1
vailed last: nignt at the Cake Walk Chief Deputy Sheriff Bernard \Vo; ci j for operation as heretofore -I r'MALONE. .4TI four immense fesferal buiWinir-:
reg-I the administration: of the Motor ---- I I .
the Pacific in five days on j i held in the national guard arm- I Waite an! Deputy Ray Elwood I after some discussion it I I I
ntr ctio
are c *-the new
ular commercial schedule, space-:! ory. and the spirit of Key Westof Vehicle Department and! $150,000 Clarence Carter Nice, state music are. on instructions from circuit was detoded to go further into the

time in nearly the scientific sense' another day held sway over the from the General Revenue Fund I' supervisor of federal music' I court, contacting the 54 Key I matter at a future meeting. 1 GIVES I I'I interier fice general eanting. of-
I treasury governme.itprinting ;
named the
became reality for John Smith.]! large crowd attending- which latter represents increased : projects. is scheduled to arrive in I I I Welters in restraining II i A communication was read from' office.It .

> From the moment the 12 cou- collections under Key West Saturday to organize a order rea-lirg the court decision 1 I Everett Russell, local agent of an ADDRESS TODAY
Much of his isolation from the: Comptroller with was hoped that comp'rt'onof
ples appeared on the floor and began : local music project. I nnd presenting each a copy;; oil company, requesting that certain -'I
Lee's direction and economies in these buildings would make iI i iI i ii
Orient dropped. I executing the intricate and I ,I In a letter to the local admin- I of the court order. dues paid in advance for the I
state AT ROTARY MEET i for the h
governmental expenditures decision is signed ppsflWe
The -
Atlantic Clippers Promised I j comical; evolutions of the "walk"land' : istrator Mr. Nice requests that a 1 1i court copy I privilege of playing golf at the I'
$250,000: from the sale of by Circcit Court Ja-lges II. F. give BP privately rented space in
Likewise earlier in the until the last couple concluded! meeting be held H o'clock Saturday local: links be refunded. Mr. Russell
year I! I tags. I II i 'I Atkinson, Panl D. Barnes and Jefferson -t I I various part of the city.
their antics when the music ceas- I morning, to which' all musicians ::; said this was being asked due
Europe came nearer with the Nbr- I The ; ed, the armory resounded with : in Key Wet are invited to the fact that he proposes to W. CURRY HARRIS LEADS IN I
mandie's new Atlantic record of laughter. the publicly expressed! policies of i to attend. t I the injunction proceedings was I remove his residence from Key It's only JMce arJ', howr\i

four days, three hours!, 13,I,I Such enthusiasm was created" Governor Sholtz and ComptrollerLee argue-I in Miami two weeks azo. West in the near future. CLUB SINGING; SEVERAL;I to take a map of the capital. .<

minutes and 38 seconds. I}i that before the evening! came to that every effort of the state The decision provides for us::i A general discussion was entered pencil or two, and several' ream
government be directed to making r of solution .oir.roscd of two GUESTS IN ATTENDANCEAT : .
Atlantic clippers also 'a close 30 couples had signified; I i into relative to finances of pier to reach tike conclusion
: were available minimum of $9- of tiarafflne base oil, two
a I gallons That coreplctief the interior
their intention of thernexT several of ENJOY LE
entering I covering departments ?
Jr e ._.,-...< ,..,. I I t evrtif'Of the" kind. whicli 000.000 of state aid for the BRIEF TIME HEREI f poundof.f>otas;._fishoil soap.![ the. city, with certain recommendations JLUNCHEON!! bofhtfltg'i'd1I! .t1I J '..It*! w.- >-

"One hundred octane fuel" was:, they declared was a return to the schools this year and $10,500.000, I with one gallon of water, diluted i made for taking care of block of space-that now occupied
developed by the U. S. Army' I if humanly possible. The school: with not less than 98 percent of I :- the government in a -
i| atmosphere of Old Key West, especially ---- I ; many obligations The regular meeting of the y pnI
aviation service. This fuel was a'' received $5,467,924 state aid last I i viater. I vately-owned office building 11:1:
:; with the music furnishedby : ,I p| After disposing of a few other 1
dream in ended' term. ARRIVED ON STEAMER THIS: Rotary| Club was held today at:
1934. 1935 I Pennsylvania
> Dell Woods' musicians. [ matters of minor importance, the I tvenue.
with several big companies aboutto i Judges for ,the events were: I j I 1 CARLOS GARCIA I I meeting was ordered adjourned.. I'j the Parish House, presided over i t That enlargement of the guarlere
make it. I I I Mrs. Howard Russell. John Roberts 'CUBA BRINGS IN I by President Meltbi.E.. RatselLI I or tie gt'1l41'21ccountinjr office

"One hundred octane"-gasoline -: and J, Ortega. They decided' ROUTE TO HAVANAA. i i i I Visitor II. C. Blind of Miami re- i will remit in the evacuator,

of high anti-knock value-in-:I that the first cake be presented to:'I I PLACED IN JAIL SCOUTSTOCOMEINOVERIIIGHWAY I| of anotttrtc dowB-tvnn private of;
74 PASSENGERS Con- fice fcsliWkflM third floor nf;
creased: the speed of the ,P-26A Victor Larsen and Ruby Faba i tpe.
I I I the* rnse-t-Otnmiasion. and l
Army pursuit planes 35 miles an 'The'second., for the most comical P. Boza, mortician of ;/i et D
Tampa'i AWAITING EXAMINATION BY Curry Harris. E. Lowe Pierce a half 04zln jferjsb other Ratter ed
hour. couple went to Rodriguezand ;
formerly of Key West,
Streamlined trains the I Robert StanseL! I F tot I IHa'.na was introduced by Gerry Curtis, of6cea.: T : ;it -
spanned VESSEL LEAVES SHORTLY arrival this morning en route BOARD AS TO HIS I Thern&r
continent under 40 hours, promising -I -- where he will spend the and John Bogart by Curry Moreno treasury building will

competition to air and auto.i i ELEVENCOME IN I I AFTER ARRIVAL FOR week end with his mother. I SANITY WILL EMBARK FOR HAVANA II less relieve crowded conditions even

Sir !Malcolm\ Campbell drove his"Bluebird" HAVANA He plans to return to Key West Carlos Garcia commonly knownas DAY AFTER CHRIST- j I Arrangements were announcedas 'The government printing of-
the salt flats
Utah across of ON BOARD PLANE Tuesday afternoon, spend' n few "Congo", is an inmate of the MAS complete for the fishing party fice will be aWe to more out of
for world's
a new speed hours with a brother in Key West.
county jail awaiting: examinationby suggested tar week by Rev. J. S. I several ranshaekle structures u henits
record of more than 301 miles an and leave in the evening for I
hour. Steamship Cuba of the P. and a i oard of physicians as to his Day, and; interest increased as the I new boifdiiHj is ready for use.
Tampa and arrive there .
O. S. S. company arrived this Wednesday I but the buildings to be va-.it, d i
For driving comfort,John Smith sanity. Members of Royal Palm Council Icnch provided by Sebastian Ca-I
morning to Christmaswith
TOMORROW IS ONE DAY OF morning from Tampa with four spend Garcia was employed at Snake!: of''t r already have been condemned:
saw the world's first air-condi- his Boy Scouts of America, described.W. .
family.MAGAZINE ) was
tioned automobile heard of the WEEK THAT PLANESDO first and three second class passengers Creek. His actions were such it I Fort Myers Fla., who are to visit r I New Agencies Growing
led the club
for Key West; 59 first said to ask that he be restrained I Curry Harris
is as
first winter's test at the Univer- for about one week in Havana I The social! security board--
sity of Minnesota of cast iron NOT ARRIVE and eight second class for Ha EDITOR and Deputy Bob Coombs,I' are to embark at Key West the :' in sinking, and Sebastian Cabrera 'of the fedc.-at agencies Secret.I

less vana.Of of Malecumbe, took him in charge. 'day after Christmas. announced that more than 250 Ick-s meittioaed specifically :.-
highway pavement, slipperyin
sleet or rain,' diamond studded the passengers bound for lIe was placed on the Monroe I This announcement was received "Santa Claus letters" had been proba-rir being .posed to Ba1t<-
," to be night-visible under all Plane from Miami\ arrived 10:30 Havana there were a county ferry yesterday afternoon by Purser Sam Stevens, of : received by Recreation Director more-w expected to grow from

conditions.Silk. o'clock: this morning with 11 passengers young women and men, studentsat and on arriving &t: No Name Key j! the Steamship Cuba, to the effect ; Clem Price and suggested that its prfeni pfSnttane\\ gQ !oarocni

From Pine Trees j as follows: Clarice Phillips American colleges, going home was taken in charge by Deputy, that the scouts, 100 in number, members get in touch with him. 4,,99.'

lie saw pictures of the first1 Emit Phillips, :Marie Thompson for the Christmas holidays.The MARGARET BURKE- Sheriff Ray Elwood, brought to I,under the leadership of Executive Win. H. Malone addressed the In ad&tien, the motor carrier

artificial silken threads made, Norberg Thompson, J. JnlienSouther'and. Ouba also had 19 tons of the city and placed in jail. : H. O. Knight, are to travel over club on the subject: of Rotary I division of the interstate commerce -
freight and 80 sacks of mail for WHITE COMES IN ON PLANE
from southern pine trees, a+! Ignacio Carbonell, I the highway to Key West and Education and the meaning of lOiuMirsiuu, a sew .ilagency
and large shipments .1
source big enough to clothe: the!: Gladys Jolly. Muriel Morgan. for both ports.express THIS MORNING VITAMINS BOOST 'embark on the Cuba December the Rotary movement. .ill be greatly enlarged
t I Margaret Burke-White, Arthur I and several other more or le! -
world in pure sheen. Science I Ozark, of the Clyde- HERRING STOCK 26.The
). E. Otto J. "permanent" agencies of thi-
Curtis SIsplien. I boys will then over
picked for him 40 kinds of treesand !. Mallory Lines, is due to arrive tomorrow PAYING t
shrubs that will grow well in I i Outgoing passengers yesterday evening from New Orleans Miss Margaret\ Burke-White, (fir A.._If* I rr..) the highway Christmas afternoonin COUNTY 1 "new deal" wiH fellow suit.
afternoon Nelson Jones, embarkthe It is true that many etnrojrencv
were: order to be ready to ,
now treeless areas. I en route to Key West, Mi- assistant editor of Fortune Magazine STOCKHOLM, Dec. 19.-The I
Joseph Click. John Smith. Frank for their des- units of the present administration -
following day
While John Smith kept out of ami and Jacksonville. arrived by plane from Miami herring, modest and unassuming MANYEMPLOYESSOME either
Thomas, George :Maloney Mil fred tination. now are engaged in
war his country produced at the I i Albury Lance Lester, Leonella Freighter Colorado, of the same this morning for a stay of several proletarian of the fish family, is reducing their staffs or decen

Du Pont works the first foolproof! I Lester, Dalton Wood, Minnie Tat- lines is due in port Sunday from days. coming into new importance. tralizing. Yet, even if this "hn kyge -

explosive, useful for farming and I um. Karl Thompson. Raul Perez New York en route to Key West During her stay the will spend' Vitamins A and D are respon,SMUGGLE SALT INTO RECEIVED CHECKS TO were carried to a point he-

road building, apparently not I There will be no plane tom or-I.1 1 I[and Tampa. some of her time on fishing ex- sible. An oil rich in such vitaminscan AUSTRIA FOR PROFITVIENNA yond present expectations Uncle!

adaptable for fighting. Princetonand I row. Plane service is Sunday It!I cursions as the pjest of Mr. and now be extracted from herring DAY; OTHERS TO BE I Sam would not be able to draw

General ,Electric scientists'i Monday. Tuesday: Wednesday ITHREE': MARRIAGE Mrs. Ernest Hemingway on their through a new process invented in (ny As..elaled Pr...) PAID TOMORROW back entirely into the buildings
made half mansize tubesto Cabin Cruiser Pilar. to the
vacuum Sweden according newspaper he owns.
I Thursday and Saturday. Dec. 19*-The com-
transmit electric power far-1 SocialDemokraten.The ,
I plications of internal:! com mere* -- I

ther.Medicine offered him improved!: COURT RULES ON LICENSES ISSUEDDuring NEW\ ARRIVAL AT the production process of is fish-meaL combined About with when and protected by tariff schedules County Clerk Ross C. SawFe't!RECORD WEALTHTO

operations for relief of pain, for : TRAVEL BUREAUS two tons of fish-oil will be produced -" monopolies! regulated have made by government even the was today preparing a payroll of whom for!|) BE COUNTED

high blood pressure. angina pectoris HOME OF DUANESMr. in the manufacture of 15I smuggler's life more complicated. county employed some will
the month of December others
', extract that Itr Prfnmt I tons of fish-meal, the were paid today and
a kidney prom < AMoriiMrd newspaper I (nr aa..erated Press)
I to date, there have been but three
ises to help incurable. Bright's disease VIENNA, Dec. 19.Austrian reports. This was strikingly illustratedon be paid tomorrow. | NICE, F-anee.: Dee. 19,-Reputedly -
licenses issued from the follows
marriage drawn
twilight sleep for men to restore -I travel bureaus are responsible for I I office of Judge Hugh Gunn. and ,iMrs. J. E. Duane Jr., The "herring oil" can be usedas the Anstro-Yogoslav border I Checks are being for as the world's largest fo'-

minds shaken by worry. I the information they give, the The office record shows this to of 730 Eaton street announce the a substitute for cod-liver oiL when the arrest of a gang of I : General Revenue and Forfei-j Sep-j tnne, the wealth of Hyderabad.the .
Two vaccines for infantile eourt has ruled. !tember 1935; Fine state in India ruled by theNizam
supreme I II
birth of smugglers; revealed that they were
be the fewest number of licensesI a son weighing seven 1935 Road;
paralysis appeared. One declared) A furrier ordered tickets to tare for February, ; Asaf-Jah, is to be county i
engaged in smuggling Austrian
,I I I !issued' during, a like period in and one half pounds on December I November, 1935. {
possibly dangerous but probablyalso Helsingfors in a Vienna travel I many years. 16, in the home. He has been SELECT POULTRY !, ralt into Austria. The salt was Fund for receive them! for the first time.
A starless small bureau. The route recommended Those who do not The which U to hon-
protective. inventory,
named James Edwin III. produced in the government salt
There was one issue this week, DRESSED and DRAWN I at the
ravine was offered to pub to him included airplane ride today may do so by calling the silver jbiWe of the naam's
pox an I I to Willie Jones and Marie Wash- Mrs. Duane and James are re i works near Salzburg and from dur-' or
lic health officials after three from Tallin to Helsingfors. ington. ported as doing nicely. -p there exported to Yugoslavia.In office of the clerk tomorrow i reign will take a month, said

years' experiment at the Rockefeller : -I But when he arrived at Tallin TURKEYS l order to compete with other ing the regular office hours. j Prince M_ z .m, heir to the

Institute. he was told there was airplane I J CAPONS ROASTERS I brands of salt on the Yugoslav throne who stepped here enroute

Charles A. Lindbergh's?: mechanical service only in the winter months,i. r_ FRI.-SAT. SPECIAL HENS FRIERS .i market however, the Austrian product AUCTION SALE to India to participate in. the

heart and lung apparatus when the sea is impassable for I BROILERS GEESE was offered at a price far ceremonies.

opened new possibilities of study- steamers.It $tG.grdm.S ORANGE LAYER and PLVE- DUCKS and GUINEAS below that paid by Anstrians. Tonight At 8:00 O'clock When the KstbiT o/ jewel, live

ing the progress of disease. Dr. L. was much too late to reach! APPLE LAYER .OUUMALONEY QP --oFulford's Smugglers soon found that they FREE PRIZES stock and what-1ave- *n ends a

Ruzicka of Zurich made a new Finland in time for the fur \sea end k dare CAKES, special could buy Austrian salt in Yugoslavia month's holiday will be proclaimed -

male hormone synthetically, with son and so he returned to Vienna,; WHISKIES AND GINS & -PEACOCK Poultry Farm } smuggle it across to its I FRANK JOHNSON by the Hum aad the state

the promise of arresting senile de sued the travel bureau and won: Phone 818 812 Fleming St.I' Phone 800 I Deliver home country and sell it at a goodrof"Jt Colobal Hotel Balding 1 treasurer wDI spend $7,54,0O on

cay. damages. I 1 to retailers. t festivities.



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THE p.'blRt CITIZEN) *< Daily PIBUSIUXG Ii1n'ept Sunday co. By IXC. League fifty-odd of Nations countries have comprisingthe difficult DAYS GONE BYHappening I 1 4j'<*i 3 sood r |

very lit"r
J. r. AHTHAW' rreI<>:Bt
,JOE ALI-K>.A..t 11...._. alaasger problem in seeking to restrain Italy from ller. Jest }Q Yoeri Lowest highestStation 1 Floiida: -Fair to partly: cloudy
From The Citizen l1uU4Dc Ago Today A* Taken Front I last night last 2-1 hour.
stealing territory from another member, The tonbht: aid Friday; net quite socold
Corner Greene and Am Streets File Of TN CitisaaFire Abilene ..__.o_ 38 62 I
namely Ethiopia. Certain economic and 1 on etst central tOASt tonight: ,
I Atlanta 3-1 52
Mr Dan:! N..paper County.In K.y west sad. Monroe financial sanctions have been imposed department board met last 1 Boston.26' 36 frost if clear in interior to mack

night at city hall with Chief I _.. __ land of extreme south portion
against Italy but none effective enough to ; Buffalo 30 34
-and claaa matter
Entered at Key West norMa. a. a. Ralph Pinder te receive the reportof Charleston 40 54 colecr In- extreme north portion

FIFTY-SIXTH TEAK stop,the undeclared war. Ethiopia has pro- the committee appointed to select -! .1Chictgo ...._.m-. 26 30 Friday afternoon.

Member .f tie >_lated Press t, fited slightly by the League's attitude in shows for the coming carnivalfor Denver __-_... 22 48 Jacksonville to Florida Straits

'b. Associated Press Is &d..I"elJ' entitled U UMfor. that most of the countries are now willingto the Key West fire department. Detroit _......__ 30 32 and East Calf: Gentle U moderate
publication of all a.ws dispatches credited to Chief Pinder stated he had talked) Galveston! ,.._ 52 10( westerly to northerly winds and
it or .ot cth.rwia credited In this paper anti also sell arms and ammunition to,the African the., ,
Olio local new published here.'NATIONAL Latter over with\ Captain Havana ._ 66 generally fair weather tonight and
kingdom. Jaek Maker, in command of Key I'] j Huron -.... 2 28 I Friday.
{ EMTORIA1ASSOCIATION) The proposal that the League apply West barracks and he had JaeksooviUe 4-1 58
$ sented to allow the carnival COD-I j I KEY WEST __ 57 68 WEATHER CONDITIONS
J an embargo on shipment of oil
to Italy
e'/rl e.LA44 I9.35SYRSC I opened in the barracks, which ; Little Rock _- 38 56
- another sanction caused an immediate considered to be one of the best Los Angeles .. 52 16 Pressure continues low over
RATCS reaction in Italy which went so far as to sites on the island. The committee i Maria{ Manft ii Louisvile on _4 30 44 northeastern districts. Eastport,
Six one)Ih'U[ let threaten war against the League's reported that the best of the chased*bu : c Miami ......___ 46 G4 Me., 29.58 inches, and is relatively:
Three Months 111 members shows oat tow sout?\. California, Los
of the Miller Bros. urega- : Minneapolis. 8 24i over e m
One Weekly"Month_..-. s1 15 if this embargo'was put into effect. It tion now operating in Miami had, fL 9' Df' skc Each pun cffttsniiAntolcff i New Orleans 48 62 Angeles 29.94 inches; while

seems that Italy is not so certain of its oil been secured. Opening date was 4 yJ titre if Fti4vurff I New York .... 32 40Pensacola pressure had increased over northwestern -
LIT eRTIsntO RATriyMale set for 15. I honk is __. 4. 58 section. Helena Mont.,
ka.wn c appllc&Uoo.SPECIAL supply for a war. Great Britain and February A flascs Ilaoc 'f<<'HrPAtuo 'I
.- LfJ7"-H. grd Udthiskle a b"za' I Pittsburgh .... 26 3i. I and Wlllistpn, N. EL, 3 .66 inches -

AUAdisr notice: cards NOTICE of tha .:" rtsoHUoas: of France have recently sought a possible set- t More than $5,000 has been received lira! ?k.JI.4 4- P knrut '1Cto : St. Louis _...___ 2. 4-1 i and? is high southeastward: over"
respect. obituary notices ete, wiT bn charged for" at tlement so that the oil embargo could be during the past. week from! a of ttit pldut which Salt Lake City 14 3-1 the Gall and South At'ant-c:
the rats of !. cents a line. I : tn&biid him : Saa Fnuarix- ;. '6Y States. There has been light;
Notices for .cntertaliuaeats ty I fcnix'Ses from whicha avoided but the chances for success of this property owners on Duval street one arthCcfWHbi rr trbuifTkeKlkspotcfTala
revenue la to bo derived s __ 6 cents: a tin*. I for the fund to be used for" installing I lWiftw Seattle n..-...--.- 34 48 snow an I rain since yesterday
The Citizen Is *n open f.rum and Invites discus peace manoeuver are considered remote. the i Tampa ___. 4. ,P morning in the Lake region and
White ---
sion of public Issues and subjects of local or general proposed Way.I unuiXuf TIT run 62'6115' (oft wn.r i
These nations, and the League cannot afford This : Washington .. 38 4i.- upper Obia Valley u4 light nin
communi- announcement made
interest but it will not publish anonymous was by I his hand omrttutcoUJUXLd.f2.6Sf torus
falling via 24.i on portions of tl.e: Texas coast;
cations. ,
to barter away too much Ethiopian Harry Boyajian of the Vie- Realty' .bbltP1rowh. while generally fair weather has
territory and still the company Fifty one of the one < hAs I -
pose as protectors of e prevailed t rov.Po1Jte remainder -
IMPROVEMENTS FOR K*'? U'FVT the weak countries. Even the suggested hundred eighteen property owners Josef vvn Stemb+ ,direcop'Crinu Temperatures I of the country. Much colder
\ have rq
contributed to the for
r I| Highest ____G8 theDa
PiHusfwutitbronzt weather has overspread -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN; proposal included Italy's granting to the installation of the illumination. dwdt and Lowest ....,...__..___..:_..____-.---57llesn i kot&s and Minnesota with temperatures .
zt drill his&ne to irrtA
Emperor Haile Selassie a seaport osten- a ylt of i! __......_. .. ..-.. _..62I : below zero this mornIng -
Frank H. Ladd announced today funtaLt tm < sibly in exchange for the I at the Museum AftToday's ; ;
1.Vat and S-.> erage. territory Italy that the Florida East Coast Rail- c___ display LotAnqtlts of Rainfall i change nave heeD gener.
-* 2. Bridge to cdL4a,.'-t.!K f::Foal to.Mainz had gained. I way company has agreed to put: -.-. --- -I resterdas* Precipitation .O las. I alljf uIimpGotAnt, and readings

land \. I ,: f'; One of the reasons very probably I on sent an season extra to train leave during Palm the Beach pre-,'',i........................ !:r ........................ t Normal. Precipitation .-.. .04 Ins.Vtkt. ... i continue below normal in the East
and Atlantic States
----- '* ai-r.e PCsdi.g Gait South
i whew
that Great Britain is anxious to effect ve
JFree Port ,4f. some daily arriving in Key West 5; t se .. a.....*: ebb ___loa.t with light frost reported Miami -
I. r settlement of the trouble with Italy is the o'clock in the afternon. This local I II Today In History Tomorrow's AlntaMa '

I -; 4. Hotela ana ...""J.....!\. >I;' report that China is contemplating an appeal train will run three days weekly' Anniversaries I a..o.a.s.: ....... t, Sun rises ........._......... 7.07 a. m. _KENl DY.
.:., Mondays, and )!I I' Sun sets ... 5:42 p. m. in Charge.
5. PaYiliOI' Wednesday Fridays. -- .
I to the League for protection againstthe 1606-Virginia Company ofLondon's '
ese.ee.e.ese.ee.e..e.... r Moon rises ::::: ::::: 2:22 a. m.

:... 6. Airports-..nd''d Se*. aggression of Japan. There can be no The opening band concert by, 1762-Lewis Little page. Virginian -'i' little over three 100 colonists ships carrying sailed for a Moon seta ...___.____ 1:44 p. m. t I.......................e.Today's .

7. Consolidation!! of County and City question that Japan has already by taking Key West's municipal band will soldier of fortune soldier'I'!I' Virginia. : Tomorrow's Tide. Horoscope

Governments. Manchuria and Jehol, done China a far be played New Year's eve at Bay-' in many armies Polish court of-}I I I i A.)(. PM. j i :: :
! view Park and continue 'every ficer and diplomat. born in Hanover -j 1T7C-Thomas Paiae's first High .r.-____ 6:19: 5:43 .
greater injustice than Italy can perpetrate evening except Sunday evenings. Co, Va. Died July 19.I It|I;! "Crisis" beginaitg, "These are Lon ___...._._.___.11:04 t I Today's native wiH possess lit-

-There a* j some men too old to run, against Ethiopia. In addition Japan is for the rest of the season. The 1802. I j I I the times that try men's sou's"i Barometer" 8 a. m. today: :' erary abilities of a high order,
now preparing to take other provinces band will consist of 22 pieces under ,i appeared in the Pennsylvania Sea level 30.18. a. the trend being toward romance
but young enough to stand and fight. the direction of G. Reason, 1814-Edwin M_ Stanton, the j|' Packet. As much as a victorious I;; or imaginative writing, though
from under
China that the
pretense pro- I formerly bandmaster of the Ohio lawyer who moved successively -j battle this revived the drooping WEATHiR FORECAST there is some lack of direction
vinces themselves want to set up an in- United States navy band. The con- to Pittsburgh and Washington. ardor of both the patriots and the of force and possibly of mit.a-

An obliging exchange announces: dependent regime.If certs will be given during the D. c., U. S. Attorney-Gen- army.1777Washington's. (Till 8 p. nu, Friday) tive. It may be that a disposition -
"We are always glad to print obituaries for months of January, February and eral, Lincoln's great Secretary of I f Key West and Vicinity: Generally t to work over old material
China appeals to the League for I I went
ourlreaders.: Hareh. War, born at Steubenville, Ohio.] army fair and continued cool I may prevent the best results forI
I i into headquarters at Valley Forge
protection it is difficult to see how the I there is
Died in Washington Dec. 1 24,':-where for several months they I plain Indication that ali -
members can deny her. Chinese sow The freight terminals of the 1869. >! endured such sufferings "as our roes ion i though considerable success 101-
: Christmas Seals besides Florida F..astCoast Railway have t j j1820J.lary I I !1 lows this degree, there is danger
Buy ; being ereignty and rights are being violated with ( forefathers could not speak of I
not been congested since 1920 i of falling under the condemration. -
A. Livermore famed
attractive these stickers are bullets in the impunity by the Japanese who have not stated L. E. Spencer agent for Boston editor reformer, lecturer -- !I without a shudder.: I ,! of public opinion.BENJAMIN .

battle on tuberculosis. only violated their obligation as a League the company at Key West. Business suffragist and author born! 1904-U. S. Supreme Court's i

member (although now out of the League) cellent going and through shoats; an the increase port is ex-of in llost
but solemnly pledged commitments in the 50 since the I|I safety appliances. I i FUNERAL HOME
:"Persistence wins they say. So, may- percent post war pe- 1829-Jane C. Croly, known i j i
be automobile will Nine Power Treaty regarding the Pacific, riod when transportation activi- Serving Key West
an some day knock a as the first American newspaperwoman !j t i i :
locomotive off the track. signed simultaneously with the Washington ties fell to the minimum. There magazine editor, author,1 1Vforrespondent vam-pire 1! .... Half Century
Naval Agreement and her definite has not been a delayed train out New York City i I death at Hanover, Germany. I Continued Cool Fair I 24 Hoar Amb.Unc. S rrfe*
of Key West and but few late .arrivals .
feminist and woman leader, born : LJc Bs4 E shs'm>i*
, to refrain from the termsof in weeks. 'I tonight and Friday; gentle, to
premise war by many in England. Died in New York. 1928-Almost 1,000.000 influenza I Pka 135 Night U6I -
"It's hundred to number
a one
your the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact. Dec. 23, 1901. : cases reported over country.t moderate northerly winds. .
wolCt Win at bolita but it might; and that's Though partly cloudy today I
The understandable desire of .
there has been rainfall and the
what gets the man's mite. no
poor 1829 Ada L. Howard first
is to avoid trouble and war. and in this we weather is mild yet invigorating. president of Wellesley College, =r1.I"I.4rII IIII'.III.1."IIIIIIIAI.1I1.

heartily concur. If, however, a nation The thermometer reading is 82. with the added distinction of being -:

-Seeing is believing, the adage goes; seeks by force to violate its obligations and which Is ideal spring weather. I t I the first president of a worn.

but in Key West with altogether too an's! college: in the world born at
many, to create a condition fraught with future Editorial comment: Those folks
N. H. Died in Brook- GIFTS
hearing is believingDon't pay attentionto danger to the rest of the world may be the who are squeezing their apples for lyn, N. Y., March 3, 1907. \ VALUED

rumors; wait until you see, it in The least trouble and entail the smallest sacri- cider are firm believers in the
freedom of the press. 1852 Albert A. Michelson,14
Citizen., I fice to curb that lawless nation in the be '| -
famed physicist( of the Universityof
ginning. If the League had acted: when Extra seats have been providedto Chicago: Nobel prizewinner. I k CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE

:;Two cannot live as cheaply as one Japan first violated Chinese rights the accommodate the large crowd: born in Germany. Died at Pasa-
which is scheduled to attend the
not iy a long shot and the accession of a possibility is that Italy would not have invaded basketball game tonight betweenthe dena CaL, May 9. 1931.

good wife doubles a man's expenses, but it Ethiopia and Japan would not have University of Havana and the 1865-Minnie Mfcddern Fiske.i Prices include setting up but not painted

alsodoubles his happiness and that make again raided Chinese territory.In Exchange Club of Key West. The actress born in New Orleans.
colcgians will arrive this after- Died Feb. 15, 1932. $4.00
it a=:ood investment. I Japan the military element is con- neon on the Governor Cobb from o SINGLE CHAIR )

trolling. Army and navy officers exercise Havana. The university eleven Canal Zone. They will remain here

paramount influence in the government. which will play the Marines tomorrow for several days. 5.50 0
Classic: Irish Built, ..In a bill for pull- will also arrive. o DOUBLE CHAIR :

irg down the odprison} ; \ in Dublin, and rebuilding They have demonstrated that they are 'Ir i .
strong enough to act directly in oppositionto Kn Klux Klan of Key West is ., 4.50
on same :spot "it was enacted .
the instructions of the civil cabinet. Allowing planning to have Bob Morton'scircus I SINGLE, .
that the prisoners) 'ituld) remain in come to Key West and re- HOTELIn .;. t. .;,. ': J
the ild jail till the'ne t'ne was com- Japan to take over thousands of main for a few weeks under the ;- '.. Vgoo
pleted!1'\ miles of Chinese territory and rule millionsof auspices of the local klan. There the Center of the Businessand CHILD'S CHAIR ", S \

.II -". *rNessr.nishnrra" its citizens only means that the rest of, Are no-anlmal acts with the.show, Theater District 6.50 e
but there will be some of the
the world is allowing Japan to increaseits First C.Fr..eprr-. 1 LAWN BENCH .
There are people who formerly lived finest acrobatic: performancesever
resources and wealth train additional shown under a circus tent Se..>.Ue. Rates .
here and on account of the econonuc conditions 3.50FOR
thousands of soldiers and build more I anywhere. TABLE
had to leave Ke- W,r\ who would Garage Elevator ;
battleships so that she can entrench her-
like:=:nothing better than for borne relativeor Three U. S. navy submarines I
self in Asia more firmly and permanentlythan 0-1. O-2. and O-S: are due to ar- P..lar Prices
friend to send them Th. Citizen.
ever. rive in port January 9 from the

that: impulse and do t now. I __.
If the other nations had any reason to '- -- 'h !

believe that Japan having accomplished r '4 Field Cannon $ .75 Gunboat ------$ -75 SI

On Page 1 of the M"\ :,jai Herald of \I hegemony in Asia, would respect the rights i'ij4 I Large Cannon 2.50 Bombing Plane ..95 S

December 17 appears this" dead: "Danger I I of other peoples and give them equal opportunity For CHRISTMAS and It! Heavy Artillery 2.00 Machine\ Gun r. 1.25
of Frost in Florida Seen: On Page 10-A.
i this would not be so bad but II ] Ammunition-lOc per tube
thacaption : "No Frost Dang: in Florida 1 past experience shows that Japan intendsto the NEW YEAR I t
Seen.n The first ,
date line and the storyLad latter was a from Jacksonville Lake. I I Ilana. I exclude other nations from the trade. ,and !! FOR YOUR GIRL-DOLLS LOW PRICED TOYSFOR .

The meteorologists in these two pos-i!i GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Cities seem tr bi doing something about :
> .r1 Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings s-'-' YOUR GIFTS. THERE
the veather
or doing something to it. .
'I The best safety campaign l Wone:' :that l j Account. Start one with us for him today for as I
you put on for your own benefit .- I little as one dollar. From time to time add to it. I S- ,. .;''tJ .
:. We'd like to choke the n : THAT MEETS A PARTICULAR
fellows who
--- :)- .J'1All When graduation and college come along! he will 1 -- : S

refer to failing in anything as "not gettingto of us have said and done tin i 3 1 be prepared for them. He will soon learn the lesson ; GIFT PROBLEM ,

first base." If the sports phrase must which we regret and would never say 'or j that it is not what you earn but.what you save I .,

be used they should at least vary it by a do again. That is quite human. Only if I| that makes wealth. r

change) in the usage, like "not making the we do not benefit by the experience are I I

initial failure sack.is applicable" However for its a connotation player can reach with we blameless. I The First! National Bank oi Key West ,. I rj South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. t tis

the' irst of the three bases only once on Censure is the tax a man pays to the
I Member of the Federal Reserve ,ti:) Phcnc 538 White and Efc Streets SI
merit by a safe hit; and five times on de. public for being eminent, says Dean Swift. I

merit: by being hit by a pitched.: ball, by a I Still he cannot claim exemption on that account Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance I I "Your home is worthy of the best"

'base on balls, by a wild pitch, by a xxseJ: j from the usual tribute the tax collector Corporation 0*:
ball//.or_ by, an error.. i : enforces. ; \.I.lIII"'IIIIIIII.lI.lI.lI'.I




: hi VER-M a taev D-iHioL emu VMS uuw r : .hase-been, .a4 mere so- MW N-''|J.eleeeeleleeeeeleey.eo | Edinburgh University. professor

I 'cause the bays are OK edge. J(Today's Birthdays I ol natural history, grandson of

The curtain-raiser win the great evolutionist born 48
== === 1." David Garth MVM MMO IMi luau begin! .*********oo.oo**.****.
v!" --M lh.r ? MfVt MMD IMt LADY promptly at 7:20 o'clock. I j I years ago.Brenistaw: .
Mrta MMO 1M lADY SPRTS Ambrose Swascy of Cleveland! -

"NOPS': Terry WiD.rt ka. back In the States. .I........................ :i i telescope maker, philanthropist: Haberman world-
1 was almost
_.e Ie Pr.t+ioa.w. .. wAat. 4.ddeytap ,,, and civic worker born at Exeter famed violinist, born in Poland.
/wporta.t.Atyw.at ot engaged to one once. A girl of what 1. CLASSIFIED t iN. IL, 89 53 .
| years ago. years
; 1 ago.Subscribe
--J tk rpitrif profff nether would can -my class." II love I
Ata fatAer er$ ftMetkronek I i -
*. u. Pave Hwer. Bt it Maria. 1 tell yon but It 1 ever went U. S. Senator Gerald'
P. of
fciBina !("<. 4* ttoC.'li *o" when back t* the States. Fm afraid Tdneter B'Y JOVE COLUMN I Nye to The Citizen-20cmeekly.
It...ea a l*""t.e.ea.start a cfcap i I[i North Dakota born at Hortonvflle -
*.i*...to J wctcam. Ap.rMy4.' -come-back. Td ditch Maria :; __ ____ i .
.., t*.Portinie. Terry (ate: *the like the dirtiest swine who ever 0- -- -- ---- ........................ I Wia, 43 years age. j

i American* T".j... to Spe."hotel..a. old.i <. .. U..Dl.va $peed* Terry released himself from the I MUCH INTEREST FERA TEN HUMBLED WANTED Dr. Donald R. Armstrong o;, FLYwith
lava kU wotw.r It ..k tl1 .*.s la New York City, noted hygienist:
com* tack (a ker to tk. State grasp of the other's fingers.; Queer A COMMENT ON i
duet Tommy' Speede. this former : MAN WANTED for Rawleiirb born at rulJ'er.. Pa. 49 gear: tho-.

Cbapter Four fresh-cheeked laughing kid with IN BOXING CARD SANITARY PLAYERS Route of 800 families.] Write I I ago. I PAN AMERICAN PLANE.No .

his cones degree. < BOXING I today. Rawleigh. Dept. FAL- Change In Rates
.BITTER LOVe: Canght with kana CHRISTMANiclir i : 116>SA, Memphis, Teas. I Olirer La Far** II, of Rhode I Make Reservations by Phone

what' stopping your* tropical and dec5121926WANTED I Island,. novelist, born in Net I Telephone 62*
1VEL4 some naive Ideas of love and duty. : : GAME YESTERDAY AT PARK II
Speed bead nodded Staying her and signing his death r I York :34 years 70. : Regular Planes Miami-Key

mechanically over his glass An orchestra warrant over a brown-skinned na f.t ?i By DELL WOODS ENDED IN LOPSIDID I I West Airways Inc.

In a placa down tb* street tire. Well some beat the game and SEVERAL EXCELLENT BOUTS \. Boxing Sapervicor Carle C. Conway of New Yorl.I .I Daily Except Friday

wu flaying the air with stringed some didn't. ARE ARRANGED TO BE pUTi, ............*.......... SCORE OF 14 TO 6 TWO PASSENGERS TO TAMPA I board chairman of ContinentalCan I RATE ONE WAY $7.50
ead ce. Kiss and rid owl] Speed couldn't. I*I. 'and return.: See Joe Vogue born at Oat Park, Ill, 58 Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Arrive

A earriag rolled' through the That came from being "soft" ON AT NAVY BALL FIELD Key West fighters are cooperating Cleaners::' dt.14-tf I years ago. Miami 520 p. m

street the -clop-clop": of the horse's Speede was right-eehody had ever I I in every way with the local The Administration outfit defeated Fut CoiafortaU Sa"
hoots seemingly In time with the beard of Terri WUlett being soft, ARENA II WPA and American Legion in a the Sanitary Department t Prof. Charles G. Darwin of
trains of the music that drifted Look what it got you-look at Tom I violent effort to revive a lost interest :_ _I
ten at Bayview Park yesterday BICYCLES-We RENT -- ---- --
through the night; air, my Speed I II in boxing. Through the by the

"Maria. ," saW Speeds lumber Marta r Tommy ordered gruffly. "MariadoesaX ': WPA and American Legion there of 14 id 6. and paint them wtbNuEnameL

Terry's eyes narrowed. Speed. espect anything, For Cod's fistic classic being staged here bas beep ,two good shows ;stagedin At bat, the leaders were F. We carry a full II "
sake hack to the Christmas indicate that f supply of parts. Agent for the
; State beforeyou're night a
the 1 last
ntttt b* out of his bead. When the new arena during Stickney, with four singles in five I UkeACakeOficeFOODSTUFFS
shipped back And Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
camp broke BQ the women vent large crowd will be on hand to seethe two months.
there"Young 1 I I times op; J. Roberts, Stanley and And sell them as low aa $5.00
tack to their Tillage*-what was several events included on the In spite of the fact that! there
Speede talking about Tommy Speeda looked. at small crowd Goss with three safeties in five down and $1.00 per week.
card. The affair is being offered was a pathetically I
Phone 276. J. F.. :
"I thought I'd. Uke. to take her I j Ifor! each show, the fighters did
the local of the American tries.For novlS-tf
back to the States with me. Terry; by post their best to win in each case.I the Sanitary boys Gabriel I I
recreation sectionof
I Legion and the
Speede was saying. "Bat I can't. T There was not the slightest doubt I
the local WP A.. The bell will hit four safely in as many timesup. FOR RENT '
Wh,. ebs'a lost even la this city. wee as to the Eatisfaction of the
Bewildered. afraW. vahappy she Ii ring for the opening encounter' crowd. Esquinaldo] hit three out o/ )

,hate .tc wear so many clothes any .r- I I battle royal-at 8 o'clock in the, For so small a city as Key West. four.In. LOWER -FURNISHED 2 bed rooms,APARTMENT conveniences -I
Field i
Navy Ball arena. muchi the field! Pueda and F.
the fighters here are very
Bobby Waugh, and Young Fernandez -i ve the average. This holds Stickney starnd for the Oflce: porches. 619 Elizabeth nov13
training strenuously in true especially in the bantamweight boys and Tynss, Gabriel and O. I I
the closing days of preparationfor division. Such fighters as Caraballo for the Health ten. FURNISHED APARTMENTModern t r .i

their encounter, are slated to Young; Fernandez Bobby Waugh Score by inning: R. H. F. conveniences 628 -

put up a real fight for the enter-, Kilbane and others are rare and Administration035 White street or call at Gartis I z rt

'1': tic :e tainment o the Christmas night hard to find in tjie country fur- 201 003-14 18 2 Barber Shop nov2 I ,t' Rl ,i it
; fight fans. Both fighters are' ther north. There is more actionin Sanitary Department-

: ; training at Coral Isle Casino and a fight between two bantams 010 103 0016 11 7 NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT rsr

can be seen evenings in training in two rounds than there is -between Batteries: E. Roberts and Hopkins with garage. Apply 827

there. j|, a pair of heavies in four ; J. Cates, Castro clod O. Duval street. oct9 I t r
The fighters in the main event! rounds. Caraballo, GabrieLBASKETBALL

of the evening are evenly matched I!|j Preparations for the Christmas FOR SALE

in weight and they plan to give', fight card have been under way I

the lovers of boxing something i! for one moat::. The participants TILTS BUICK new paint good condition -

that will stand out during the(:i have been in training for $35.00. See Joe Vogue. kept in our all metal ICE

current season in the way of1' some :me and we all hope Key l GYM FRIDAY NIGHT Cleaners. deel t-tf t REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and

fights. The affair is expected to!1 West fans will turn out in full I OLD PAPERS FOB SALE-Two,t healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of
} \w ail go the entire limit with the two'!| bloom to see the bouts Christmas ice. Our Refrigerators
bundles for 6e<<. The Citizen Office .! are doubly heatproofand
fighters taking and giving it, toe](night. octlft' absolutely airtight.
to toe. Big; basketball games tomorrow

expected Mario Garcia to settle and Pi their Juan long are I I\WILD CATS TACKLE night The at Winter the High League School will Gym.play PRINTING-Quality Printing at I; $20.00 up

standing grudge in the semi-final its: weekly doubleheader among the Lowest Prices. The Art-y' EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIAL
the four fives the circuit. man Press. ang7
I of
event Pi Juan has one decision1to HEALTH TEN TODAY -on At
rt his credit in the tally between\ In the opener, the High School 1 Qiaplay -
i* I team will tackle the undefeated SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c-,
these two fighters, and one draw
; Boy Bee Bakers. In the closing The Artman Press. .uc'l''
is marked up on the sheet. Both;! In the Social: DiamondbaH ; j Thompson Ice Company Inc.
contest the Park Tigers will meet FOR SALE I 1
fighters, with chips on their League, the Wild Cats will tackle I ,
I the WPA quintet PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
shoulders, are training seriously' the Department ten at
Sanitary PHONE NO. 8
These games promise to be] cards, $1-15. The Amman
Fax was bored still at the Palo Ball. for this encounter ;/i Bayvietr Park this afternoon b e-I"humdingers" as the past contests i ii ]!I press sng7
Preliminaries will be offered by ginning at 4:30 o'clock.
how How can I tate her home? him with[ that seemed lIuabl.to' _
eyes Transfer will
.. Jasper Walker and Young Atwell, The Corner boys : --- --------
PeopIwi Dft4erstaAd-my focus. I and by Joe Soldano and Eddie play the Administration ten tomorrow f
muther and sister. wouldn't.Maria's "1 caaV he said, doggedly. I
." Nelson in addition to the opening! at the same place and
oaly a 'I1tfTe.an. can't and 1 wont and be damnedto
battle royaL I same time.
-H *t you cent her home yell" you all. j I j '

Terry demanded. "And what do you On tb* way to his hotel later WI!. ]I -.--- --- --- --- :'-

mean-yon won't go back to the lett paused and viewed the nix j!MOST ACCIDENTS many fatalities resnlt from firesin I FIRMS
Stales because of her! Say. it ahe warehouses rising from the water's
makes set trouble..- edge while that omnipresent smell j 1 1 CHRISTMAS TIMEURBANA. December than in July about

"WilletU" Speed* was on his feet, of stagnant sea foam pollated the I twice as many people die from

waylnft a little his lip trembling.the warm breeze that blew up from the burns, scalds and explosions; and -
queer Dote back IB bis Toie harbor. in, An..etat.d Prowl twice as many fire arm fatalities Z

"'Maria's got a child. My kid-- Eat his thoughts were not ot cot- Ill, Dec. 19.t occur in the home. I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

Terry groaned Speede had evl- tee as he surveyed the warehouses I Christmas is more important than', Most of the -Christmas fires ", t

drat)/ changed only outwardly. Hekatfal the Jsiiss VTard, are canted from
and the lights ot the Trelsniers rid Fourth of July as a time to :
teamed a dams t'Cag-.till(! lug at anchor. He i lighted candles used in tree decorations -
was thinking of beware of accident, Miss{
says '
a little boy saying his prayers at I and windows.. I
young Tommy Speede and the
I J. Ward of the
night Gladys Universityfo Star American Coffee
he bad brought into a construction I Another growing fire hazard.' ROSES
"Think It's th* first time JOHN C. PARK
some Illinois agriculture college. TIFT'SGASH
thiag like this has happened. camp on the Pontecme. -Juarez t she says. is created by the increasing NOW OFFERED IN
Road. His face twisted wryly. I She backs up her wanting with I number of toys operated from

said expect aar49.tcaliZ.TJa It-they expect: to_go back women to "Dead in six mouths he mut-- I I a statement from the National{I electric sockets en the wall or THREE GRADES FLORAL PIECES A GROCERY
tered. "And because of a woman. Safety Council that three times as floor. 328 SIMONTON ST.
villages la the end-it's only I STAR, Ib., 25c SPECIALTY
an interlude In their lives. Quit art- .
- -- -
FOX of the American 1101 Division Street
LARGO llx. 18c
IDa like a dummy: the world hasn't GEORGE Service held a position .......*...***************.**********.********.. PLUMBINGDURO ,

,.tarted*1 don't wltb car YOU-*.* Speed. said feertoaly. that on the surface could have been V. & Sn Ib. 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
filled by any one of a hundred
"what others spare done. I ROASTED IN KEY WEST
men whom the Stat Department FOR SALE
love Maria; don't ;o -understand! sends out every year to start that SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
;But you dont know $>ytblo& about PUMPS -DrSTAR --
those thing WKtt L. Tou're a hallowed and diplomatic** calling "adiplomatic Groceri s'

tighter I saw yon'gff aner a man career. --- PLUMBING SUPPLIES COFFEE MILL NURSERY ;, "> :
;tonight I've never heard of you lie wore his clothes with easy Complete Line Fresh

being soft-how could yon know! athletic distinction knew most of 'I. r 512 Greene Street

'But-'I married Maria! In a church! the right answers, and possessed 4Jt 4 PHONE 348 Phone 256 -* PHONE 597 Fruits mod l i Vegetable
With a padre and e"lrfthilig.V1L.I.ETT when he chose a most excellent 2'I i t
poker face. I
>z I i
\ pushed) him back Into Cat he was bored stiff at the Legation -- I II
-All right" be said Club Polo Ball even before the I SELECT SEA FOODSJewfi.L. -READTHE HAPPY DAYS ARE HEU

)111<<11,.. "1 dlda't know But don't get affair: began. _. 35 INSURANCEOffice
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excited First thing you ought to da'is Fos grunted. Enough material I I I KEY \WEST
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lay off the ksaa. Then take your there for fifty tea-drinking harmless + Yellowtail Steak 2 >>

leave ol absence go home and see young squirts of attaches.. I 3 II Yellowtail .. B_.. 2 KM. Z5c : 319 Duval Street

your family, and afterwards comeback Captain Dent.the military attach /Elw IMw tIt fQlrr9 j Grouper 2 Ib.. 25* SUNDAY STAR J
ta your Maria if you want ber of the American embassy dropped J ?a awhaa t
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that bad. Hell, if* perfectly strnple." a hand on his shoulder. Snapper 2 Ibs TELEPHONE NO.2THF

Speede shook his head slowly "If you"re looking for the sam. s: Mattom FU& 2 Ik. 25e
r: = Subscription $2 Per Year
from side to side. I person 1 am. George ba said with I Ia I ear I
t ,
"1tboll&ht of that. I',. thought rr1D.don" bother Sb* has FRESH SHRIMP Try You. XUU AlDdmomco
of a million things. But I cant go completely' disappeared. And from r Large Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday --

back I'm afraid afraid-" what I hear of ber she may bob up Fresh Crab Meat m It, seas 65. Paper Resttnmad

Ills eyes were burning with the, anywhere from Uexico City to Sao ', t4ti tsr7l FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
lana as he caught Terry by the Paulo. Her mother tells me she Business Office Citizen B.d..i..r S- _..nM. lie

,wrist. started for Tuxedo Park .
on time LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE BuiJdiq- Six: Coarse DIM-,. _
-I'm afraid b* repeated Jerkily. aDd then turned up on bail from \ .
"1 was at the capital Just before I inhale. Illinois where she'd out- I 151 PHONE 51 -------- SO. 75. aM as.t .

cam hers l saw European women raM some landing statute by.setting I if' t
there. Terry. European and Amerl ber plAne down on a golf i

can too. high heels and slim waists coarse. :, McCONNELL
beautiful. laughing and fresh. (Copttriet. MM.bit David CorUJ I Str1WATCHMAKER. -- But for Pets-I I PRITCHARD t EXTRA LARGE SELECT
536 f.miag
1 know lots of girls like that ; CHESAPEAKE:
Gut tomorrow Fmt tiwds the GIrL' W BAY
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I _. Wilson & Co..
-- OYSTERSServed
TO SUBSCRIBERSIf \\\\\1"'ill I after; two years of
Watch & .
f IaLoratGr7'reMarda., DiguUleJ, path ti.LIGENSLD
SPEND Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead I D..tA gfrTSSd Lae pr.d.c.d for euteq Any Style and Delivered -

jam do act reeetv. your f street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof I the animal kingdom Cooked or Raw, to any
by 6:15 o'clock in the YOUR
f balced ratiea.
a part of city.
the and
sea overlooking Coral Park
call 51
aft.r..a telephone) I PyBALIiT1iAmbwlnoa
Iaapect.i and passed l ky 0.-
and a paper will b* lent to WVACATIDN'tHIS For price and terms apply to HOT SOUSE EVERY
AND ENGRAVERSee ........t ., Aaeiesltwr. ..
"0.A c..plaiat boy : SATURDAY
jofcr .
.. on duty at UU office from = YEAR IN :: L. P. ARTMAN Bin For Tour Next Work food.United State a* fit for unman Nice Jicy Steak.WELLS' *

tills to 7tI5 p. so. for the ALL PRICES REDUCEDHosea :
FLDRIDAl The Citizen Office Ak for sad demand LADY ATTENDANT
purpose .f delivering COlD'pl.ia. s
... Help 100 f 9 M 13-1 t. d IDEAL DOC FOOD I LUNCH ROOMTHURSDAY
we five you or
percent service by saline 51 j I Residence 1309 Whitehead Street Open 5atsu4ay 'Nights At Any Grocery :PI- US H-.r Sleep I P... 2.01.W HO SetatUni $1.

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ARTHUR CURTIS V Shirley Temple Gets First Dodge Care SLOT [MACHINES i Ten Reasons Why Boys

:-: SOCIETY : -: ARRIVED TODAY ARE liCENSED Should Carry Papers


................................................ 1. It grooms a bey for a better *
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'I I e 2.. U touches tern Vo work

To Be Given Saturday Night; AIRWAYS COMES FOR AND THIRTEENBY 3. It makes him dependable!

SHORT STAY CITY 4. It raises the standard! of
I t
I his future.
Everything is in readiness fort ,gram has been worked out whichI -
5. It gives him valuable ex
I follows: j i Arthur E. Curtis, director of,
Charity Ball to be held at Six licenses for the operation perience.
I Gerald Finder-Tap Dancing ,public relations. Caribbean Divi- of slot machines have been issued I I 6. It the
gets boy acquaintedwith
Raul's on Saturday night. This (A La Elinor Powell). .
by Tax Collector F. II. Ladd, which!
Harriet Johnson Blue Singer; sion ran American, Airways. InC, people.
affair is sponsored by the Recreation -: means, revenue to the!: state of
this t
Warren Hill-Tenor. arrived by'plane morning 7. It teaches a bey to go
the'WPA' in I $180 $90 to the county and $90
Division of order Joe Lopez-Crooning Golfer. snort stay in Key West. to the city. ahead and work for hhnsilf

to raise funds for the Community Kim Powell, Gene Hardin ,Mr.: Curtis came- to This city for At the city hall there have been 8. It teaches a boy the value

Christmas tree to be held Emerson Beccaise-Tumbling all i of he baa eareed.
two reasons. One of these w-as to 13 licenses issued with revenue to money

,Monday night at 7:30 ,,at Bayview around. I II I meet with and discuss; matter. n& t the city of $195, which includes 9. It shows that he has initiative

Park, for less fortunate kiddies of Tentative arrangements also I I faith Author Ernest''Hemingway.J the $90 mentioned above. aad power to create ideas.
I include Gene Wilson and his ;
ac- Licenses are sold at $60. One 10. It teaches the fundamentals
: _
the tit! :;;. cordian Marjorie Frow and The other was to get an intimate half goes to the state and the I of big business.BROKEN .

The entire personnel of the Gerald Pinder in a team dance. view of Key Weht. L other goes to the city and coun-II

Recreation Division have been The tumbling team making one i I This afternoon he was the guestof ty equally divided; LEG FATAL

busy for weeks in an effort to of its few appearances in Key Bernard C. DeWitt, WPA director -

West will bring the house to its of pubiiciv; and rode to DARLINGTON, Wis.-A In) ,>Len -
make both of these affairs
a big .
feet with their antics. the points of interest in the city. leg suffered in an auto mo bi j
success and a capacity holiday I
This colorful entertainment will I accident caused the death of Ai-

crowd: is expected to attend the I:I get under way at 10 p. m. Reservations -| SEARCH ASH CANS Shirley Temple, in costume for her star"The Littlest Rebel" for 20th-Century-Fox, /:ton Knmmer.. of this ('It v. T''ri

Ball Saturday night. I I may be had by phoning ring role in the Darryl P. Zanuck production takes delivery of the first 1936 Dodge. i broken boise pierced his heart as

An all-star entertainment pror .Recreation Division, WPA. I. S By ANN PACE his automobile hurtled over un

--- --.- -. I FOR MANY NEEDSNAZIS I ..... ..... ICBBESG LETTUCE a the..tstao4- I embankment. et 1
.f taj weetfi *arfcrta.It
: OLD GLORY n riesonaVte said of as --.uy
Junior Woman's Club (Makes I. PERSONAL MENTIONMrs. fine etas ity. Witk uses geese -ce- I ,
WARNED THAT WASTEOF taUe fairly Sigh root-egetables and
I ..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- MAURINE glad*are Indicated for eoaaomy. '
Plans For Christmas Tree (By WILLIAMS) "Built
USEFUL STUFF The trend vt etf pneo* i* towards i i, to
Gladys Jolly who was Peter Roig, who was spending'. The rosy dawn creeps o'er the lower level, though fresh brown eggs
-- MUST CEASE visiting with relatives in Jacksonville -;j! a vacation in Tampa, arrived this I hip; are still not 'very plentifuL Batter j j',

Committee memliewho anarranging t. desirous of giving happiness to I and Miami, returned on the, morning on the Steamship Cuba.I The world rolls on in silence still prices Fresh are pork varying w BOW very a good little.value, asj j I-ITake It"
those less fortunate, have been this j i are lamb let and forequarter veaL
for the Ch=lu TreE) plane morning : The sun awakes; i
J I disposed of, there are still some I I Mrs. Minnie Tatum, who was A Beef and smoked meats are fairly '
soft stir
of the Junior Womaj jjTciub an' 1 I liT Asn.eialyd I'reaal comes- high. Fish price are somewhat lower I Say Frank Buck
left, for those who intend securing -t BERLIN, Dec. 10.-In their Judge J. Julien Southerlandand spending while in Key West The world awakes. than in recent weeks. j I ,
very much pleased at the'cooperation ', them but have not had time to Dr. Otto J. Sisplein arrived:: with_ relatives, left by plane yes Apples and the citrus fruit are; Famous Explorer
: need of raw materials, Germans fine
mercha"iits plentiful quality and I
*" given by othei do so. | are told they must search their this morning by plane to meet J. terday for Miami. I The diamonds on the grass, in price reUODabt.1 I
business places and'mdnduals.They i t i That these persons may be en-: ash cans. The hausfrau has been Rice Scott and discuss with local;; That sparkle as we pass, Here are three menus I
small medium and food
are eojafident yiat SftttiBghas : abled to purchase tickets for some warned by the propaganda radio officials plans for supplying thai i i,i Sheriff K. O. Thompson left by Are only dew. budgets. generous j ,

been leftfjfndoritf which will 1 t of the little ones who have not as that too much useful stuff is city with water upon completionof plane yesterday afternoon for a! Low Cost Dinner i ii

bring happin ssto the childrel1.ho i yet been provided, members of,' wasted.It the water distribution system, short business visit in Miami. 1 An\, there at last, Vt \ Chops Sweet Potatoes

attend the Christmas treEIonday the club asked The Citizen to ant -\ is calculated, for instance, 1 Mounting her staff- Creamed Bread and Cabbage Batter

afternoon 3:30 o'clock al': nounce that those who will call, that 80,000() tons of tin can:, now Miss Muriel Morgan, daughter i Miss Josephine Lopez, who wasspending ( Old Glory greets our view. Apple Pie
Coral Isle Casino, when Santa arrives Phones 713-R or 66 -J and state going to waste might :! a while with her mother, I Tea or Coffee Milk
every year of Mr. and Mrs. Townsend Morgan i
to distribute the gifts and I the number of tickets needed will Mrs rJena left this Key West, Fla.,
,yield! 1,000:; tons of tin, of which student at Smith's College,' Lopez morn- II Medium Cost Dinner
packages of sweets. be 'promptly answered in person metal 12,000 tons have to be im Northampton Mass., arrived by ing on the Steamship Cuba for Dec. 19, 1935. Roast Pork Apple Sauce
most of the tickets,, by a member of the club and lIavana.I -
Although ported. 'i Mashed Potatoes Battered Spinach
plane today to spend the Christmas t Thompsostudent at Uarymount II
Bread and Butter
which purchased by t tickets provided.
are persons of
The consumption razor
s holidays with her parents at College, Tarrytown on Hudson, Fruit Cup Wafers
blades is put at 17,00,000 dozena II Mrs Charles Archer left Tea or Coffee Milk:
over ,
----- ----- ------ home in the naval station. I arrived by plane this morning, accompanied -
year. I' all blades, and also all the highway this morning for Miami -
1 I by her father, who was Very Special Dinner
Announcement \\Mendozaz Have discarded pens were put aside it en route to Deerfield, Fla., "Trekking" (through the Jungles has
I Joseph Click, representing the in Miami to meet her on her arrival Pink Meat Grapefruit
would according to the i where she will the Christ- taught me that there i*DO substitute for
mean spend
Of MarriageOS I\House Guests National Home Owners Loan department Roast Lamb Browned Potatoes raggedness and dependability in a
nazi figures: a saving of 2,000 mas holiday with her soninlawand Green Peas
I I who was in Key West : hearts of Lettuce French Dressing motor car For over 20 years Dodge
tons of stecL : daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. V.: Ignacio Carbonell, student at .
interest: to her' many friends Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Wil- for a short visit, left by plane, Rolls and Batter has been famous for these quaIjt a.f .
Germany imported $48,000.000 Waldron.] Charlotte Raise
| I Florida University at GainesI Dodg.can'tak.itt"t
and relatives in Key West, will helm and children Bernadette and north of tabacro in 1933. Cigar I I yesterday for Miami. J I' vile, Fla., arrived this morning.by Coffee f

be the announcement at the Martin, Jr., of Honolulu arrived stubs should not oe thrown away I Mrs' G. A. Cobb of Pensacola, plane from Miami to spend the I

marriage of Miss Ruth Elizabeth'<: here Tuesday by Oversea High- but cut up for pipe tobacco, the I Jack Maloney of the Maloney arrived this morning! from Tam-Christmas: holidays with his face llro/cenOu/l"
Knowles of Key West, to Edgar j j I way and are house guests of Mrs.Wllhelm's .:t authorities advise. I in Key Bakery West firm and Miami.with factories left pa to join Captain Cobb who is parents, Mr. and Mrs. JuanI 'Start today to relieve the soreness-*
Henry Fritzsche of New York. '' in Key West pending conclusion Carbonell.
I parents Mr. and Mrs. yesterday afternoon for Miami I _. "_ aid healing-and improve your skin,
The wedding took place Saturday of negotiations for the purchase
R. G. Mendoza of Simonton FOUR BUILDING '
after short visit.
December 14, in Hempstead t I street. I I a of the Steamship Governor Cobb f

Long Island, New Yoik. Mr. Wilhelm will be remem I ,I by the Colonial Navigation com-i Resinoli

Card Party At bered as of one the of the Naval transPacificfliers Seaplane I I I PERMITS ISSUED Lancelot Assistant Lester State and Attorney daughterU J. '' pany of New York. ,1 ii i RICHARDSONS.GROCERY:

Miss Leonella Lester, left yesterday Miss Marie i MONROE THEATERRochele
Squadron which made a record daughter -
Clubhouse TonightA afternoon by plane for Miami,
flight from San Francisco to During the week_ending December and will return over ,the high: of Mr. and Mrs Norberg HudsonHennFonda
I Honolulu two years ago. j I 19 there were four building in WAY DOWN EAST
I Added to these attributes Dodge has
card way.
will be
party given tonight .

Mrs. Wilhelm was formerly. and repair permits issued from the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Norma Shearer-Fredrick Marchin been smashing all economy records-
at 8:00 o'clock at the Wom Miss Lily G. Mendoza. | office of Building Inspector Harry 'SMILING THROUGH and as for the new 1936 Dodge. .tber
an's 'Clubhouse sponsored the II R. Medina returned this "CANT SOMEBODYTELL Rose Milk 5 49c
by I Baker as follows: murn'l cans arc reports from new Dodge owner allover
Parish Group of the Children of j I i PUSHED INTO RIVTCR: I I Erect garage at 517 Whitehead ing on the Cuba from ME A WAY Magnolia,Milk ___ lie Matinee. Balcony lOci Orchestra the country stating they are getting

Mary Sodality of St. Mary's: I street. Owner, W. L. Bates; cost, after spending a while with TO SAVE MONEY' Cream, 6 cans __ 40c and 44c 15-20c Night 15-25e 18 to 24 mites to the gallon of gas
tives. t otoe-and saving up to 20% on oft
Church. j| NEW ORLEANS.-Miss Gladys''150. I I ON FOODS?" Butter to m......._. ....h..h.-- 35c Jstarn.fne'> Lmlmm Hotel"

Committee in charge of"arrangements -,; Lynn of this city told' the police : Repairs ,to roof at 916 Simon- Mrs Emit Phillips and t. Sugar 5 Ibs. _._...___..... 28c THE SEMINOLE f
state that those attending -;,ihe'f n into the river accidentally -: ton street. Owner, Mrs.\ M; Moss;I son, An answer to a lady's prayercan
I Emit, jr., arrived on the Rice, 5 Ibi ZSc and 35e
play card but Baker cost, $75.Gneeral. plane I always be found here
may any game. they arrested Ralph I atARCHER'S
which repairs at 1127 United I I I from Miami this morning, and will Crisco ___m____ 20c, 30c and 59c L-4
they prefer. A large attendance -| and he confessed he pushedher ; ,
is anticipated. .'! in. Street. Owner, Thomas Moore; spend a vacation with Mrs. Phillips -} i Lard, 2 Ibs _._ 29e

co't. $250. mother Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Maxwell House Coffee Ib 29c

-- -- General re;airs at 6 Nassau i at the family home 524 Francis GROCERY Tomatoes, 6 cans _____ 29e 1' ci w pF ix +i

I rrs TRUE Lane. Owner Leroy Sawyer;' street. I Royal Jello] 4 pkg*. .._.._ 22c GF 1 iM aJseks.nvirte

; h. By Wiley Padan cost, $500.FINDS_. .__ I I Ernest A. Yates, who recently "The Store You Best"Thai Serves 11 CJbbs Catsup, large 13c

Peaches, 2Ji size I6c
COINS IN CUTTERS I completed an electrical course in
Chicago, mention of which was j You will find us friendly I Pears, 2J4 size _ 17c

1! MILLERSBURG, O.-Ben John. made in The Citizen of yesterday helpful and just bubbling over Potatoes, 10 Ibs .._.........._.. 25c .
I son of this city asserts that by arrived over the highway yester-I with suggestions as: to what is Fancy Corn, 2 cans 25ci B. .IU1RR.: PlcsaCfLts. MMacrr To top ft an-this big new MoneySaving

,, r sKrR searching gutters for coins dropped 'I day accompanied by Mrs Yates best in wholesome, economical i String Beans, 2.. cans _.._ 2Se A. baman, bom.-Uk. Instltntloa "Beauty Dodge Winner"has been d 1936 acclaimed by famous the
: Rita Crackers and 23c ..
and baby, who in New Orleans where you will find r r i.divld.ale.f.rt
were -
by pedestrians he collected I while foods.We Ovaltine small _......_ 35c and ......r..I._ .t a matter fashion authorities In all parts of the
Yates his
Mr. at
'- $96.83 last year. was Welcome Responsible Onions, 3 Ibs. .-....__..__.___._.. 13e of treat Importance. eoontryv Yet Dodge now cost only at
studies. I --a-- few dollars more than the lows-it
-v- n.o;eAAS oq --- -- I Accounts Salt, 3 pkgs. ___'_ lOe A steel ,.,........, rending located priced: cars.NEW -
RESEAICN,AJOO rX Bit BRITISH ADMIRALTY/ tfc OM6XJNTrW CARD OF THANKSWe ': San i-Flash, can ----- 23c In (Se Start of eke ally I IEyerT J 1-
/*KEN KEHtCWUetO N DETAIL BAND / ONE STOP SERVICE I Crab Meat, can __ 35c -m-
IS SWUNG THE PACIfIC AGAIN J 1 Small Peas No. .. 15c Room with Combination Tak,
this of i 2
take means expressing ;I can --- od Skewer BalU, Radio, Eeclrf) )
:(; our sincerest thanks to our' Dressed Poultry \ LBX Toilet Soap, 3 bars 2OcRhuo Ceiling "'aD. Slat Door for Summer i r DODGE

T:. r i i1 friends who at the time of our|; Christmas ; Fish Turtle l 2 p'1l/*. w..m......__ )7cLtfcknoy tfattrea Ventltation of Comfortable loner Spring Beds COB-wits/;',:

: ). r; I great trouble] the illness and 1, Fruits Vegetable t Soapy 3 Lara 20c traction and Jadlvidnal JleaA-j J LOW FIRST COST

; ; >,-. "f/". I death of our beloved one. Jose I.1i i MeatsDairy [ Eggs, per dozen ...-.m___.-.__.- 34e ing Lamps HATES j I I8I i l
Ramirez, did so much to alleviate i! TOYS i AH Kinds of Fruits and Vegetables .(I.,' lit sales.
Product I _. rriw
is n 1 n** Private Bath 55.111 NOW$640
our sorrow. Our appreciation F and Cuban Jellies M* a..... Private Bata __ ZJ. air *
F also extended to those who gave|I : Phone 67 Free Delivery I 4. R.._.. Private Bath aAO ONLY

VAS BORN ...CW .OHIO. AMONG OH** the use of their cars and to the I BICYCLES'! Phone 658-R Free Delivery 94. R..m*, Private Data B.-- XJM I!' THEN YOU SAVE AND
Sample Reesis. Private 4.55
IINtt II MS too AC A lUMCiRMAM.A 814 Fleming Street
1 donors of the beautiful floral


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Romans the
lituus, was fouror n -
IN nit PUcf- five feet long.CARD 4 More Shopping A'-6 $ ark -. .-- ..
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PRAAM,"to ;r FAA;!6lDf1'r; ,the BOCfYiY'! F LJ !
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I If MM JiyiiHMD Kmt \ \ I WOMAN'S CLUBHOUSE f -, __' '__'< l: ,
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1 T .J.UU!} Tonight at 8:00 o'Clock SCOOTERS

likC ATCT 1 EACH PLAYER _.,___ 25cI i .
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$lit 6MOUWO, I1&s F a OMeout 2rV3Mi (, &IC(U'OTt4E: or II / .a''CHARLESLAUGtfKDN I it t I Dell Wagon lI I -TTERY soon each of WE ARE READY FOR CHRISTMAS!

HAl,USUEUP", friends will be rcccIrtligsA?"" V Nice Line of CHRISTMAS TREES-All Sizes
KSon ir, AD- Hundreds of Other Items
WAY ans. T i: CRE" IN stuvo.J. wt+ t..OI.lD.AA IN I invitation toner WedJin x FRUIT" CAKES-All Brands. Fancy Boxes

CWAKINfCOBNEU!, MUTINY The kJUto17 aI.: tNGLMNDS NOWHAMKMKS.:uDIIISO.I.; VAS.'7+ : Buck Jones in Come in now and buy vc want it to be the best looting invitation we-cia gccjp. CUBAN JELLIES. High Grade CAN-
GASSED IN BATtU! ] before our stock is ex- DIES in Boxes. CUBAN

I Serial and Comedy Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the TURRONS
"IT'S TRUE! that Irving Thalberg's production, 'Mutiny on hausted.
Matinee: 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-15c I very finest; and that is why we axe inviting you to inspect our WALNUTS MIXED NUTS ALMONDS
the Bounty'-the most famous mutiny in maritime history ** I

one of the biggest productions in film history", says artist Wiley I remarkable hue of genuine Steel Engraved WedJUng Invitations CRYSTALIZED FRUITS DRIED FRUITS _

Padan. .'7 square-rig ships, 9 longboats, 16 cutters, 10 wherry- SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT J. R. Stowers aDd Annouacemems in the Favored Styles of 155 j.
Boxes for
boats 3 motor sailers. 3 tugs, 8 water-taxis, and 3 speedboatswere ,i --00- II Fancy Christmas
used.2500 South Sea natives were used in certain sequences: !" WAVES Gifts. NICE LINE FANCY FRUITS

I rwo Permanents CompanyRadio THE ARTMAN, PRESS AND VEGETABLES. Special for
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Better Waves, $5.00 and .
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN-20c WEEKLY I MRS. MILLER 1 I I I i Packer and Virginia Streets (Old Location). Pl.... 4SPXGE ..

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