The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00382
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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 20, 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
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00382
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Aftooclated Fresa DaDevoted y ..Wir I : < Key West..Florida hu the

For 65 Years Service. to the ( Rje 11 cp Wt ([t ilt tcn ., .'most country equable; with weather*an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit




Recovery's Strides During Year' ALL SPRAYING PARTIES CASES IN f Republicans See Cleveland [\WATER SUPPLYDISCUSSED BY PWA Units Discuss Matters

Furnish Great Hopes For '36';I HANDEDNOTICES I As Almost Perfect SettingFor i CITYCOUNCILPROMOTERS i Bearing On Work' ConditionsROTARY

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All Indications- Point To ". '. .. '.. ". .. I DEPUTY SHERIFFS FURNISH I Naming 36 Candidate PROPOSITION "'. .' 1111"1" Various Suggestions- Made

Great Revival Of Business -- Con-
V.D"1'.4T.AT.4T1' .
In Various Parts MADE BY, COURT Shown That Serious Deli- FOR I'ROJECT ducted At Court House
By Am rlmtTi "r...) I ANOTHER CONTEST
after an afternoon -
WASHINGTON Dec. 20. beration Precedes Deci-
Of CountryBy -Some odd proposals forcoins I ERROR SUBMITTEDHere of successful angling Last EveningPlans
I Chief Deputy S eriff Bernard I J. Rice Scott, Judge J. Juliet yesterday a group of members -
have been consideredand sions In
Selecting Con-
: I Southerland and Dr. Otto J. Siep- of Key "lest Rotary
turned down by congressat I Waite and Deputy Ray Elwood we are again! proudly displayed their catchcossistieg
CLAUDE A. JAGCER various times.In Find the error the Contest vention CityBy lein met with the"City Council in for the betterment of

(AP Financial Editor) i 1879 there was pressure I late yesterday afternoon ended Editor has designated for t_ I an informal meetinglast eveningor weighing from of 14 10 chcice to fish 30 working conditions among emplo.e.

NEW YORK. Dec. 20. Uncle for a $4 piece to be call- day's search bring in or send
i the
their work of serving Key Westers purpose of discussing a, pounds.
ed the "Stella- At another ,I of WPA rolls and other
i the not earlier than
Sam straggled into the seven BYRON PRICE'U proposition relative to a process Among the different varieties -
time a group wanted a $1 I I named in the circuit court tomorrow morning at 8 !
: .er ef B.r.... The ._latrd' for the extraction of fresh were grouper, mackereland alms and objectives of th. "Good
league boots of revived business gold piece coined with a hole o'clock nor later than 11. If Press ")...'.c...) pure number of barracuda,
in the center. I injunction relative to spraying, I Crater and salt from sea wait a i Will committee: recently formed
first with the corrected To the layman it that
initiative in 1935, to hasten the you are may seem several of which were larger
There was a group which with copies of the court order. error, you will receive a ; the choice It was stated that the Sieplein' than usually taken. i were the subjects discussed at the
march better times.With of a national I
to campaigned for the "goloid"dollar I convention -
Gillette New De LuKe Safety Scott method would furnish a Members of the partywere
to be made in of When the deputies started out I meeting of th. committee and
businessmen -once more Razor outfit with ten blades. city is merely I an unimportant waterworks plant for the City of : Rev. James S. Day,
gold and in part of silver, Wednesday they had 54 copies of I Readers of The Citizen will I
politicia..1 First Baptist church Rev. J. workers held in county courthouse
; !
detail, but the Key West whereby the highest
in with the idea that dollar
ready to build factories and ,
a i .
instructed t
the order. -
court's They were find the mistake In one of to- I C. Gekeler, First Presby.terian '
made partly of gold would j r type of distilled aerated water can last night.Chairman .
troduce new products, a new year I to deliver one copy to day's' advertisemeMs. It's a think otherwise. Some very serious Church; Sebastian; Ca

dawnwith11 higher' hopes of keep what its market happened value to the no priceof matter 1 each of the residents named in cinch bat to be the first in inside deliberation preceded I I i be supplied for domestic and in- brera, Jr.. Leo S. Hughes, I Bervaldi opened themeeting
I the ; with the dustrial at cost far less Oswald
Carrero. C.
morning an uses a Stephen .
I I silver.wmm. the restraining order and when with an announcement of
restoration 'of broad economic I ewer, requires promptness.Be the decision of the Republicans to: than water can: be furnished by Slmtgleton arid Horace Con- I
necessary read it to the person de- ... ,
em ti. meet in Cleveland in other nabie annual winter visitor the formation of the committeeand
1936. means.
well-being than has accompaniedthe I livered. from Kalamazoo, Mich.
I The following is the proposition the efforts to be made for removing
start of a new fiscal period in I Yesterday afternoon when the .I.4'.ItV..4'.I'. Like theatrical producers, partystrategists in part which was offered the city

a long time.Unemployment. DINNER DANCE AT I court's instructions had been com- believe the stage set.!i i j,I by the water company: '.1.1'.1'.1'.11'4'.1 some of the obstacle in

plied with, they returned to the FERA CUNICNURSE ting is one of the most important''I "It is proposed that the City the path of progress of Key West
figures still CASA MARINA TOBEHELDONJAN.9 court house with three copies, the j of Key West obtain from the Federal MANY REQUESTSFOR
loom large, but business analysts I residents being oat of the city. parts of the show. I II j I government!:' the sum of $800- and its people and introduced

have noted distinct signs duringthe ENJOYSSTAYIN :| 000 for the construction of a waterworks Lykes Turner committee mem
They for
try perfection of detail
Service had been made on the TOYS
I I | plant for the city, for-
past few months of a transitionto i'I other 51.HUNTS. CITYMISS and often give: thought to the:I' ty-fire percent of which is to be I her

a new and broader phase of recovery : I I'back drops and spotlight effects,'I by way of grant and fifty-five Mr. Turner briefly outlined the

which may mean big gainsin HOSTELRY WILL BE OPENED I I before the case is selected or the I!t|, percent a loan to be repaid, with causes which led to the formationof
ARRIVE IN j I interest at the rate of five percent I
jobs.New script put into final form. I the committee and cited as its
Investment Funds TO PUBLIC JANUARY 1; ELIZABETH B. McCLOUD, I per annum, or such other interest
They want to create the proper"atmosphere" ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED CHILDREN first accoraptoaeaeat an
These signs include some of the CITY FOR SEASON rate as the government may fix, agree
largest orders for machine tools from the very be-:, in twenty annual installments, HAVE SENT IN US T-I ment en part of wholesale mer-

since 1929; electric power' pro- ARRIVE JANUARY 7 I :-- TO REMAIN FOR CHRIST. ginning, and that explains better i beginningJanuary! 1, 1938. I chants to accent WPA' remuneration '

duction even exceeding the boom- I than anything else could why the 1'1 I "That the city enter into a con- TERS TO SANTA CLAUS TO checks from retailers, at the
FAMILY FROM PEORIA ILL,I MAS HOLIDAYSMiss '* tract with a corporation to be
time records, while sales of such Republicans are going to Cleveland BE REMEMBERED XMAS I face value of the check.
recent creations of massproduction The Casa Marina dinner dance NOW COMFORTABLY I formed' by the water company under II
I j I the name of 'Key West Waterworks I He appealed to the workers to
industry as electric refrigerators this annual event at this
season LOCATED HERE Elizabeth B. McCloud, The "atmosphere" the Republican -| Inc.,' which corporationwill discuss grievance with their foreman -
air conditioning equipmentand will be held I Approximately 500 for
popular hostelry
automatic home heating ma- on county visiting nurse at the FERA leaders want for the initiation -( be licensed to operate under requests i of which be H owe, and quietly -
January 9, according to and the said of toys, candy, fruit and nuts have I
announce- ; patents sum difference,
chinery, set new highs; a pro- clinic, tcld The Citizen today she of their 1936 extravaganza is essay to settle any
nounced pickup-in residential con- ment made today. Among the recent arrivals in has thoroughly enjoyed every one of eastern conservatism tem-! $800.OOq( will be paid'over to that been received in the ,letters to among themselve*. IB the event
1 .
atructionand the breaking of,the The. regular ppening of the Key West who have made !: corporation, with the usual specified Santa Claw collect at-Barr.e"';t thfenaftnot be'alenatiahd. take. -
arrange minute her stay of eight monthsin pered just the amountof
by proper the work
hotel will take' I ; paymnet plan as the matter to the committee.
ice-jam in the flow of new capi place on January Park box by the WPA recreation
1. ments for a lengthy stay during Key West tnd regrets having mid-western liberalism; one;| progresses, with the provision thatj Want Pynchen To Come Here

tal.These indicators point to a re- A new dance orchestra has been:i' the winter season are A. L. Hunt i received orders for transfer. which will give the impression ofa i j $25,000 wilf promptly be paid to department. I Among other matter, t be aid
the with the understanding Requests have been received for
vival in the lagging capital goods engaged to furnish music, and I I' prominent business man of Peoria, : "Although I have beenrelieved militant revival of party power,I corporation that within months-! I that an effort is to be 'natde to
industries--those! lines activated by will arrive here from New Yorkon ilL. accompanied by Mrs. Hunt, i from duty for several days I am plus an alertness to the changing thereafter a plant operating!:' un- every conceivable type of toy, in-> have E. A. Pynchon. WPA;; a the historic' of Americans to I their son and boy friend. I eluding automobiles, engines and in Florida, to
urge January 7. a so,much in love with Key West trends of the moment. I I i der said process will be erectedi r ewe

build tear down and rebuild bet- It is stated that the dinner 1 I These visitors arrived over the I and its people, and have had such To the majority of the party I i near Key West which plant will. even machine guns. I Key West and see for bJtfttelf the

ter, to add .ever new products to dance will be given at a later highway Tuesday afternoon, spent a pleasaant time, I am prolonging leaders Cleveland seemed to fill I produce daily at least 30.000 gallons Toys both new and.otd are being i I I conditions extant' among the working -

the national grist of material date this season in order that Wednesday looking available the bill exceptionally welL I of fresh distilled water un-I received by the recreation de- I' people.. After Mr. Pynchon
goods. I I Key Westers may enjoy dinner at'j" over l my stay that I may enjoy the Reasons For Choice I der the process. partment and a of depart- become !thefpeghif acquainted
houses and today comfort- group
Recovery thus far, includini:1 I home on Christmas and New are Christmas holidays with my many The chosen city is one of the "It is estimated that .this, plant. l|with the 8Tt4 io* in Key West
that of the past year, Year's. ably located in the Albertus cot- friends," Miss McCloud said. country's largest industrial cen!I will have a capacity of producing ment employes is being kept busy j I and the Bib cost ef,commodities

concentrated in consumers goods.I I Many new features are in. planning tage on South street. I She will remain here until the ten, capable of providing the one million'gallons of fresh water I repainting end.repairing toys and t Iin comparison with', other dies,

Sweeping: gains were recorded inj 1 i for the season at this hotel, last of the month and then leave much-desired background of business -1 daliy and two hundred tons of preparing stockings and other r\h :inject of increased wages

1935 in production and sales of. and it is expected that there will SCHOOLS CLOSE solidarity and financial un[commercial salt making 1,000 types of receptacles for nuts and i is to be discussed
those things put to immediate use'I be a large number of guests found for Miami to be assigned as derstanding.Yet gallons of water fifty cents per, candy. I j j Another matter is the proPOSItion -

by the public. The largest number -| there during the season. teacher in a school of hygiene, at it lies outside that section I" thousand gallons $500. two Clem I to impose a tax on all ma-
of automobiles was manufactured -I FOR HOLIDAYS some point in the state, she has commonly referred to (sometimes hundred tons salt, $6 per ton, Price, who is in chargeof i i chine made cigars coning into
since 1929, and even 1929 the Christmas preparations for ,( Key West and thus protect the
I SENTENCES HIMSELF been advised. contemptuously by western politicians -i I $1.200.00, making a daily gross
records were broken by gasoline,]I ) as "the industrial east."' income of 170000." the kiddies and_ has made arrangements -i j i few manufacturers, in a small

cigaret and wool consumption. FOR OVER DRINKING The public schools of Key West It is within a state which de-I'I After a general discussion of for the appearance of'way. who are still operating here.:

Rebuilding WaveLess and Monroe County, and also the STEAMER CEIBA pends heavily on agriculture inclined the matter it was decided to give I'f Santa Claus, said the department]i{,'I Mr. Turner closed his discourse

significance is seen in the I I (U, AuMtelalvJ t'rtnnt Convent of Mary Immaculate, closed .- in recent years to turn to- I the proposition further consideration -I is working overtime to have |I i with another appeal to employes

jump of production in consumers ATHENS, Ga., Dec. 20.-For today for the Christmas holi- I ward .the liberal side of many I and the council will meet thing in readiness at the every-+I Jon r the working projects of the
goods than in the indications thata habitual drunkenness. Bud Hunt- days, and will reopen on January DUEWJSUNDAY questions. at some future time to take ac- park by WPA:; to cooperate with each
7:30 o'clock
new wave of rebuilding and I,: ter has been sentenced to take a 6. In addition, Cleveland recently: I tion relative to acceptance or rejection Monday evening. j I other when differences arise, and

modernization may be starting.!I[I dose of castor oil; to attend Sun- The various schools have been I has turned out a Democratic! of the plans as submit i!! always before doi c' anything

This may begin to cut into the totals ( day school for six months, and' to well attended during the period, FRUIT VESSEL COMING FROM 11 mayor and installed a Republican PLANE CARRIES 1 else take the marten in question
r I Ii
of unemployed. The flurry sentence himself.On II with prospects for an equally in his place. Not the least im- ,, to the committee.

in consumers goods has made)I the last sentence, Hunter large: attendance on reopening. NEW YORK ENROUT2 TOFRONTEA I portant of the psychological!:' !I ted.MUSICAL GROUP 8 PASSENGERS|' He was followed by!. AttorneyT.

limited progress in restoring employment -, sentenced himself to serve 30 I Several of the teachers will ramifications of this is one which S. Caro, secretary and legal

during the past two days-on probation.AMSTERDAM. leave the eity for vacations, while I MEXICO relates purely to a detail of convention -]I j'adviser. For about came hour Mr.
years. For October, the national -- --- I I others will remain here. I procedure. When the:i: PLANSMEETING |I Caro held the attest*** of his

industrial conference board esti- SAFETY I Each member of the faculty is welcoming festivities are in Plane of the Miami-Key West':hearers wtile he eioeMated many

mated unemployed at 9,196,000, RATING NOW HIGH looking forward to an even more Steamship Ceiba, of the Stand- der the party can parade a r-I I i iI Airways sailed 4 o'clock yesterday I I details of the WPA organisationwhile

only 712,000 under a year pre- prosperous school! term during the :ard Fruit and Steamship company, ner in the role of official greeter. I LOCAL ORGANIZATION TO BE' afternoon for Miami with eight j' explaining the benefits to

viously, and 728,000 under two coming year.HIDDEN I is due to arrive in port Sunday Nor was the possible effect of passengers as follows: 1 I be derived from close coordination
(fly Ass.rmtrd Press
years previously.The AMSTERDAM, Dec. 20.-Re- from New York, will berth at the convention rallying on Ohio as a FORMED TOMORROW WiDur Ellis. Arthur E. Curtis, j i between worker and the commit
problem of how much lack COINS ARE whole overlooked in the calculations -I Anna Ccreoran, Arthur Barring,j', tee.
Porter '
cent statistics here show this Dock take on fuel oil and
of work may be due to increasinguse of th"e leaders. With the H. L. Peet, Eftndwich BisselL Promise CooperationHe
of labor-saving machinery Dutch city second: in Europe only STILL BEING SOUGHT sail for Frnotera, Mexico. I II Democratic state organization Raymond Lord Olga Perez. j'I pointed out that the work-

mains the subject of keen re-I I to Stockholm in the matter of Freighter Ozark, of the Clyde- quarreling Republican state lead I Arrangeme-:: Friday is the one day in the r i!:ers will ever have the support of

troversy, but experts widely I traffic safety. (fly Au*rUtr4 "r ...) Mallo-y Lines, is due* in port this j I high hope for 1936. for organizing a week on which there is no plane the committee in their aims for
ers .
knojrledge that building and mod- Deaths: in the Swedish capital BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. Dec. 20. I evening from New; Orleans, en express told the national I local musical organization under service. The next arrival is due I.better working conditions and all

ernjzation! together with produc-I were only 5.5 per 100,000 inhab- -For 70 years people have been route to Miami and Jacksonville.t tion They that nomination of organiza-I i the Federal Music Project of the tomorrow: morning 10:30 o'clock. matters which win lead to better
tion, distribution and servicing of searchnig Sni creek valley near Steamship Colorado, of the I ard bearer on Ohio soil would I WPA will be discussed tomorrow. ment of the citizenry individually
Amsterdam 6.5
scored Paris
new products, will make many 10.8 and London 17. here for saddle bags filled with I same lines: is due to arrive Sunday about ensure state victory in I morning in the main dining room MONG OIJA1ESTRICTSFOREIGN or collectively and felt that cooperation
jobs. gold!:' and silver coins, said to have : from New York, will discharge of the Colonial hotel Dr. Clar- between officials busi-

Industrial activity as measuredby been hidden by Martin Ports before and sail for Tampa.STILL 1936.Ne Unpleasant Memories ence Carter Nice, state supervisor TRAVELERS ness men and workers would

i The Associated!! Press seasonally GAMBLERS AID CHEST he rode away to join the I Undoubtedly the fact that: of the work, will be here for the, eventually prove of inestimable

adjusted weekly index, and FUND IN GALVESTON I army. CONSIDEREDAS Ohio is putting forward no can-.I meeting.. _. By nelat4 Press) benefit to alL

similar statistical indicators, has FOREIGN UNITS didate for the Presidential nomi-I All persons paying\ any kind PEIPING, Dec. 20.-The Cha- He showed: the method of taking -

recently topped the level of the (Hy A.._,..... Pre..) "" .I'.I'I.4T"I I nation had some weight in the of a musical'instrument, and har provincial government and grievances to the local ad-

summer high tide of manufacturing GALVESTON Tex., Dec. 20.- decision. i others who-era: interested in music the autonomous government of ministration and in the event

in 1933, to register new peaks Operators of a gambling: house SCHOOLMAN 'WEARSOUT' HSINKING meeting jyjcarjsaid; ) tkis(iriorning. joint regulations closely restrict-
for the recovery.: This index in here recently "contributed" a 3 BUILDINGS 20.Chinese will henceforth be nomination and the convention can be carried to state headquarters -
I A separate meeting will be held ing the movements of foreign
November averaged at 83 sizable fund to the Galveston considered just much "foreigners" should not go to the same state; and if necessary to
com-I I next week,,fx>u..colored- travelers.
cent: of the 1929-30 average, community chest. I certain pulling I Washington. This method of
to this other'that each has a procedure
!I (my Ass.elatrd Pr. country as any I this morning's announcement said. Japanese visitors have been increasingly -
pared with 62.7 a year earlier. I Texas Rangers who, confiscate nationalities under Manchoukno'snew locally, and this power can also be applied to applications -
GALVESTON- Tn., Dee. I power I The meeting tomorrow is to numerous in recent
Residential building was still at!e 2222.37 in a raid turned it concentrated in one for increases in wages.At .
naturalization laws which should not be :
20.-Aher a half-century of start at 11 A. M, shortly after months and the new code is aim
only 41.4 cent of 1929-30 a* over to the chest, it was disclosed one point the speaker was
per require residence be-
i teaching J. M. Fendley ad- five years ; Dr. Nice arrives aboard the Mi- ed chiefly at Nipponese.
measured The Associated Press[in court action. 7Muki I spot.Cleveland's Continued on Page Four)
a (
by '11 r mits he "knows a little" fore citizenship may be obtained.I chief competitors :!m -Key West Airways plane.
index, but this was more than' about his profession. were Chicago, home of CoL Frank,

double the 18.6 per cent level of SPECIAL XMAS WEEK Knox and Kansas City, on the
-Mnki-O and Kappa Pi Fendley, 75. has been primcipal i JUST RECEIVED
November, 1934. The moyement Pre-CHRISTMAS DANCE I I of the same school for i i GIVE YOUR CAR THIS boundary of Gov. Alf Landon'sstate Whitman's and Johnston'* AUCTION SALE
of freight one of the basic indi- 50 years, and has been teaching CHRISTMAS TREAT of Kansas. This circumi $eatram.s Tonight At .OO O'clock
cators of the volume of the na- Tonight at 9:30 o'clock the CANDIES
for 52 Darling his stance undoubtedly
tion's business, was 67.6 basedon CUBAN CLUBDell WASH. POLISH $1 Q{? i Knox and t=rrae'6esr n
I'I career. Fendley has "worn GREASE CAR .... ;enthusiasm of some FOUNTAIN PENS And Other
1929-30 as 100, compared with Wood 8-Piece Orchestra oat" three buildings Landon men who otherwise might Gifts WHISKIES AND GINS FRANK JOHNSON

61.2 for that month of the previous l ADMISSION ......_ $1.00 PAUL'S TIRE SHOP I'have fought harder for Chicago or) Colonial Hotel Building
year. j l .I'.I'' "" .JITI'.A PHONE 65 Kansas City.

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CHILDREN OFTEN SUFFER I I e ........................
aLTg Scp H&tst Citfgs II Boomerang __ 'II I
tt I I icExTINT I II
I I I I I Today In History
Published Dally Except: Sa.idar BF"niB
CTTIZE1, PCBLU"I*G ewe IXC. That the average parent is taking a r DAYS GONE BY !:........................

.. P. ART*A<. PMB more intelligent interest in the development THE 1803-United States took for
JOE ALI E(. Assistant Baslacn Xaaacer t>P w "r THE GOVT. II ppe.l.g. Here Jest 10 YeartAt
From The Citizen Bulldlfir of children is one of the hopeful a Today A* Take From mal possession of Louisiana

Corner Greene and Ann Street signs of the present era. But, how often c P G IS NOT GOlKKxTO Th. F..l.. Of The GUI**. i i bought 000-present from. France State! far only$15.000-small

Only Dally Newspaper In Key West a J J Monroe do adults fail to appreciate the sensitive REGULATE part of purchase which. included
County. natures of I The Schooner Frederick J. of and
inexperienced childhood and one-quarter country today
ME Lewis, of Machiasport Me. was
R tertd' at Key West, Florida aa second class matter fail to make just allowances for the viewpoints ; reported in distress in dispatchessent doubled original United States.

r-SIXTH TEAK of undeveloped minds? r to the local naval station.;

ester .r tae AIaCe r.-e. The tragedies in real life that afflict a The vessel had been on fire and i'i'1' 1916-British completed evacuation -
IT>. Associated Press U Axclutively milled to use II was in great need of assistance. of their ill.fated Galhpoii,
for republication of all news dispatches credited also to child are often passed oyer carelessly The irh n.1; \. Before any vessel could be sent Trace, adventure
otherwise credited In this and
the it or local not news pvMlshcd here.1irNATI paper depth of feeling of which a small child is ; s
capable is seldom appreciated as the following I headquarters at Savannah, G.,
L ((1 i.'RlAl advised that vessel had been !sent! 1922--Union oi. Soviet Socialist)
ASSOC1ADVERTISING :nON story illustrates.In *& .. ..., from that port to the assistance! of'' Republic: made by cwbifiatioa

:: .e 935srnsCRIPTIc a large city, a fifteen'year old girl .bre !the schooner. I of 14 Republics.

pretended sickness rather than attend I f
: 1hTYSMS j jI
( Tear __._...._._ $10." classes and face the daily''persecution of dr- V Charles N. Holdreth jr, collector }. 1926-Late Will Regen inducted -
"Ix Months .. ..___. .__.._ 5.00 I jI of customs for this dh.trict" mayor of Bevcrfy Hflh,
Three Months J.5I fortunate classmates who
made life I
One Munta _._ .15 more .'. is nailing Key West.' He is CaL
Weekly .._.. .%0 almost unendurable by their taunts and greatly pleased with the situation:
RATES jibes at her tattered clothing and worn- as he finds it and comments: favorably -]I
Mid known on eatL. **# yfZ-r 3fVArSt mV' the 1929 ceased to be
app on improvements -Pope
SPECIAL NOTICE_ + out shoes. Rather than submit to the in- & &@ >%sfc he sees. i"prisoner of the Vatican," and

AH reading notices, cards of thinks, resolutions ofrespect evitable humiliation this young girl crept 'I for first time since 1849, a Pope

the rate, obituary of It cents notices a line., etc.. will be charged: for at into the bathroom of her home locked the One of the many visitors in the I I entered Rome.

Notices for.ntertalnmentby churches from which door and put the end of a gas tube to her : city, who hails from Maine, was I I -
a revenueIs to be derive re'5'" nts a line. I ,' heard to "what
The Citizen Is 21 opr lurnm. ... d ;nr'tes discus- mouth and inhaled the deadly fumes. d say a glorious, 1933-Italian Government entertained
sion of public l..-r and rab>*. 'a? or general day for Jpecember 21, four days its champion 92 mothers
catlons.Interest, but it wll not pubi si A, u.- communl- Her father, unemployed for a long I before Christmas". The remark I,i who brought 1288 children into

time, smelled the escaping gas and rescuedhis I was justified With a temperatureof world.
76, delightful winds from the
unconscious daughter. A passing
IMPROVEMENTS fOR KEYST, ,,I I southeast, and surroundings which sheating flooring trdmg and
ADVOCATED F r THE CITIZEN patrolman quickly summoned an am- I!are extremely pleasant, it is Indeed other classes of material for
bulance but knelt beside the body of the a "glorious day." i:t houses and office building. The

girl and revived her before the doctor ar cargo is consigned to the Kirk-
University of Havana and Coral Timber and Lumber company -
; Wit r.. nd.Sewuage. rived. The next day, the policeman;visited. Islanders will patrick
fight for supremacy and witt.b> shipped over the
:2. I iq.ltp! :;omp1t-t. ., Road to Main- her at the hospital, carrying her a pair of in the'basketball field tonight at Florida East Goa ***Raifwa1 to

land ,,;, shoes. the Athletic Club. The game 'will Miami. The Steamship Semper
start at 8 o'clock. The visiting Fidelis is due in port tomorrow
aJ The instance is worth repeating if its
1. f're ,. quintet is composed of some of the with another'cargo of two million

4. Hoda! and'Aparonents. reading will lead any grown up in Key best players in Cuba and are noted feet i/ >Ai t

I West to be more thoughtful and con- ., UTIC1 Ty, for speed and flashy plays.; As the 1, .

5.6. Airports-Land Bathing Pavilion.and Sea. siderate of children. It may also prove I I condition Coral Islanders and also are put in ups perfect good i i 1 Miss Yulee Bethe'i.who: h"-;been

worthwhile if parents use it to demon- I exhibition of the game an interesting making her home Jacksonville
7. Consolidation of County and City strate to their children the error of mis- f/sr and exciting contest is for a number of years: returned
Governmenta. anticipated.Dr. Sunday to spend the Christmas
I taken fun at the expense of an unfortunate tt holidays: with her mother. Mrs.

victim. A.. P. Rasper district Mary N. Bethel and sister. Mrs.

-Girls do not like fast men; they can i deputy Knights of Columbus ar- M. Phillips and Mrs. Donald
Stewart at the family home, 421
rived here Saturday night and
get away too easily. TAKING FOOTBALL SERIOUSLY Duval street. Miss Bethel has as
was entertained by members of
Lake region and Ohio Valley, and I the local council In St. Mary's her guest. Mrs. An Livingston.

Shame on the Florida Ler lature of Sports are fine things, but only as [r TODAY'S WEATHERLowest ] eastward over the middle Atlan- Stcr of the Sea Church Sunday. I r
tic States and portions of the The visiting official made an Editorial comment. In a smash-
recreations and entertainment. A
1935 for making slot machines legal. sport
north Atlantic States, and there inspiring address.Masonic i, ing 20 page special Wifeter Resort
transformed into a business, or a labor is nave been light to moderate rainsin Edition of the Boston Herald

Nations like individuals bluff untilit no longer a sport but work. Highest .t Barometer 8 .. ... today southern and western Texas. orders of the city are'I Sunday Key West occupied l ft
Station last night last 24 hours I Sea level 30.10.WEATHER planning Christmas tree for.
Much colder weather has over- a single line as the I atlon" the
Some think football is fast
is called then they become just as meek. people ar- Abilene ....'_... 36 52 I spread the country from the Christmas morning 9 o'clock in; Florida East Coast's Casa Marina

riving at that stage. Professional teams Atlanta! ---+.-. 2t I I
Hauptmann will apply for "communi- have long sirce made their appearances Boston 0'_.." 32 40 j I II portions of the north Atlantic and Simonton streets.* The tree I
:. :;
where the is (Till 8 m., Saturday) ; coast and in central and southern will be sponsored by Key West
former regardedas
frankly p. ;
sport Buffalo ...._... 18 32 brand of football
cation" of the death to a
sentence Dade Dr. Felix
according j I Key West and Vicinity: Partly : Florida where temperatures have Consistory Lodge; ,
business profession for the players. Charleston 34 60Chie:1t'C the best
a on an equal! with some of
Varela Lodge, Anchor, and Fern
the Miami Herald. cloudy anj much colder tonight;: risen. A cold wave has swept in .
...._ .. 2 28
: ) college elevens in the country
That is not bad in itself. j I over the upper Mississippi Valley Chapter Order Eastern Star. Pre-
Colleges continue to regard footballas Denver 18 38 r--;;; and most of the Lake!) region and sents and other gifts will be for!Key West last Sunday defeated
Detroit 16 32 '
--1LMussolini would, cesse bluffing andexhibit r .: I w.e temperatures are 10 to 16 degrees children under 12 years of age. I the strong team of Havana University -
an amateur sport. Students engaged in Galveston 48 56.I \ by a score of 14 to 0. The
below zero this morning in I
meekness he would tli-'n
perhaps Havana ... 68 J
I ---- visitors handieaped by this
it are supposed to be even more interestedand Minnesota. Lumber Barge City of Antonio, were
inherit.some of the Ethiopian earth. concerned in their studies. Are they? Huron ......._-10 6 i i U. S. KENNEDY. arrived yesterday with two million absence' of four of their best
Jacksonville .38 66
... i I I j Officer in Charge. feet of lumber consisting of laths,I players.
K The art of coaching college teams has already KEY WEST 59 69 I 1, .
Key West Citizen want to know how into profession. Coaches Little Rock ..24 46 1: .
passed a "'t j
high-is "As high as pork chops is Los Angeles .. 56 78 I .I'II.4TIIIIIIII".Ii..l'.4r.lIIIIII
up. up, and their reputations mean more than vic- Miami ......._ 54 66 ;
we -reckon.-Times-Union. Beef holds tory for dear old alma mater does most of Minneapolis -10 8

that-record; the time the cow jumped over the time. New Orleans 44 66 Fair
the New York .._ 30 42 COVO WAVC ,.IIT..I".I' AT..I'.III
moon. Time and again in college football fair and colder fresh
Pensacola ._ 36 64 I Saturday ; t tI '
trained elevens step out on the gridiron to Pittsburgh 22 30 northwest winds. I I os.iiioi

-Wonder if Carl Ilanton of the Fort represent an institution when a majorityof St. Louis -. 8 26 1 I Florida: Generally fair, ranch -
Salt Lake City 12 32 i colder with a cold wave in 0I
Myers News-Pres-j is unable to think up the players do not live in the territory San Francisco 48 62 1 I tint portion temperature 22 cen-I IS

more than four paragraphs daily hasn't served by the college-they have been imported Seattle 34 50 degrees in extreme north

got the time, or is just impitgnablj stubborn } along with a new coach and come Tampa __....52 66 'I I rod to extreme south portion if :.o v
Washington .. 28 42 wind subsides; Saturday fair, .
,concerning the "'..ladrate.The not to shed luster on the college but to pro- Williston .._. 10 16 I!colder in extreme south portion. j Dolly

tect and bolster the gridiron mentor so he I Jacksonville to Florida Straits o LargeCheap

; Sanford Herald opines "what this will add to his reputation thereby safe- Temperatures* I I and East winds Gulf and: Fresh fair to northwesterly partly-

it is who better Highest ...._._._ ._.60
country needs seems, someone guarding a good job or promoting a -+- I overcast, weather tonight and Sat-
Lowest --------4 I M I urday.
can increase. expenditures by increasing one! Mean----_._.._____._--.._.----...--:..--.64 i I
expifises. That: ''i.'just what the !impraClicabJe We are not cqmplaining. We like a Normal Mean\ _...._ .._._70 :{ V/EATHER CONDITIONS

brairt-trustcrs think. they are good game of football. Only, it lacks a Rainfall II I ... -. .
'ITeae I Pressure has fallen in the north ..'!>. ....(. ,
doing.. little of being what we would call amateur Festerday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I .'I .) # .- .
I and middle Atlantic States. East- J. it !. ltU. '
.1-=1 Normal Precipitation .._ .05 Ins.I .
sport. -1'at. e..wN a-veto 1.h. ..etS.w .. | port. Me., Boston Mass., and New b: ; I
? { .4hhuld rot object to laws lRR wt A .>!.**. IbiM.--.' ;i i York City 29.52 inches, and risenin 'Ii: j jI i1&

TEMPORARY DIVORCE Tomorrow's Al! sa.ac i!,' the Plains States Dodge City; I 1 :i 9I .
oaths A
req'QJriQg.them to take to support i. :: '.
Sun riaes .._..w..7:08am. Kans., and Oklahoma City OkUu, ; ;,: .
state and, federal constitutions since all Sun sets _..__.... 53 p. 11\0- 30.58 inches. Pressure also continues -};. a Icl ,

public officials, from the president down, "" Moon rises ..._ 3:15 a. III. high over the northern
While the idea of Mr. and Mrs. I
Moon sets ..__............ 2:22 p. m. Rockies. Helena. Mont, 30.62i I ,
have had to do the same 1 .iflg since the establishment Florian L. Hummer of Cleveland Tides
regard-I(, To.terr.w l i inches, and is relatively low in
of the repub'c.; ing getting a divorce but remaining friendsis A.If. J..If.I I r California. San Francisco: and Los 1 i

-- not their experiment had a rather High( ...___........_. 7:21 6:26 Angeles 29.98 inches. Light snow I
n new, Low ......._...........12:48 has occurred during the last 24 '
War is the most tffecti.- popular
unusual sequel.
11:60 hours throughout most of theFor I
reducer or eliminator so hinks Mussolini Deciding that they could no longer
and-acts aecorrKnzly.; Before the progress live as man and wife in happiness, they .. o o1W

made by medical science the ravages of agreed to secure a divorce, but to remainin I Gifts
disease, peat -nee and plagues ran a close their $40,000 home, she as manager of CHRISTMAS and I i !

second as population dimnisher&! the household and he as merely a boarder.At I J JI

---:-- ---- the end of 30 days they. felt the the NEW YEAR

" ':The other night just as Station CHQ urge to make up and have' the divorce set I !

in fiavana wa getting: ready to transmita aside. Seeking the judge wfio"*had made .'-." HAJ'Sonth'Florida. I .

political speech, men entered the trans- the decree, they informed' it "o rthtir de GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT i ,. .: I-!-.. ..:

mjtCer{ room and shot up the Instrumentswith sire. They were pleasantly surprised to .
a machine gun. After listening to be informed that .the judge Had( never Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings 1 : 'J II .
j Account. Start one with us for him today for as
of the Cuban think it is signed the record, having,suspecied{ how
some programs, we Co.
little as one dollar. From time to time add to it. Contracting Engineering I
a, gQod idea.-Miami Post. matters would turn out, consequently they I
When graduation and college come along he will
had not been legally divorced1 at all. i .
... be prepared for them. He will soon learn the les1 Phone 593 White ana Erg Streets S
There other
The sun did not shire in St. Petersburg are many son that it is not what you earn but what you : I

on Friday, the thirteenth, and the couples who might save their matrimonialbark I that makes wealth. ,',. "Your hJme is worthy of the best"

subscribers to the Independent received from shipwreck by a temporary sever-
their copies of the paper free of charge ac arce of relations by mutual consent, in- I

cording to an old custom to deliver the stead of rushing to the divorce court on The First National Bank of I Key West If i I-.;; ,: ,,' '' :
11""II.lIII.JI1 .
paper without cost when Old Sol fails tocat slight provocation. _'
Member of the Federal Reserve ., .
hia benignant rays on the saintly city.It .

was an unlucky day for; The InJepeiuleut 1 Waiting for somebody to arrive, when Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance a3 II .- ".is'soooiii

but a lucky one. .:.jts.thousand; you know they are probably not going to Corporation .' i.l.l".I.'.IJM

of subscribers. I arrive, i is one of life'' tiresome busineswa.. i..; ;i, i.I.1.1.1.i: .i.l.l.li.


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__MVII IHI """ COLUMN Harvey S. Firestone, founderof

I r j the great Ohio tire
SYNOPSlSt ?errs wlUer' u. Hurray for the glamor of the I I........................ born in CetetnttaR Ce. company
Ohio, 67
com rfom flkt Pafva to fr FOURTEEN RUNS AND SEVENTEEN -
Foreign Service! The Man from the
f>ia':':.. kit o'1.10 tae. capital t Advertisements under this head years ago.Marion.
( feftai rr c4l t o Agency.
momt ef lgatpwe.l '. al fits HITS MARKED will be inserted in The Citizen at
rather *oc4 pry aadii. Ht tn.- She was sitting on a marble beI1e -
pettt foal stag .. I.. fan ./ tkt resting back on straight Bare arms, JOVEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei UP BY WINNERSIn the rate of lc a word for each in.
uric* .ee.rse.e.t Neu. at tktA I N. Talky
aunty!. legality Pile *.!! ** !*. a small curve to ber mouth as she I _ i iI sertion but the minimum for the opera singer
u born at Nevada Met 29
capital llforo Pod / u. Amtrtcn regarded biro. Two heavy wings of years
first insertion in instance
toreipn ten*** II./( at< by tkt a r r.tain honey-colored hair were the gleam ..ee..e.eessese... ago.
the Social
wl"fU League 25c.
Dirt Captain Dent Fox ing coronet against the Background REST BEACHRest
... Aaa dtaaypeared. Of low
On." be said finally. "So this I I. ment ten o'efeateoTtne is invariably in advance, Dr. Stephen Dvggan of the
Chapter Five wbere yon,e been.-Allalrer I bya14t02scort. cab. but regular advertisers with ledger College of the Cftef: New York
;; Beach the implies
ALLAIRE IS FOUND She nodded nonchalantly."Just :: waiting for a lesson In in- ee.eee.............e.ee...........aa.aa.e.a.ae..el! is a place of relaxation. As I ments charged. born
I in New York
- 65
flying tomorrow.nt on med the Health years
QHETS out by players.Leadinghitters. Advertisers should their
ternational law. abe told him. TAIL but'' one turns off White street and give
Why is it that} when a guy winsa and BitFpt'e Bruner to Pete ago.
Ambassador A born I Gabriel,j street address well their
Major-bat's. me. was in the veres as as telephone -
free dinner he will sit aroundthe for that they are sorry long ccryed line of the beach
very very
Hongkong of British parents aa4 with homer and three singles in; number if thev desire re-
Bplg with the talf-ptnt movie'mss was assaulted la Leningrad by B wbo clubhouse two hours telling indeed because Bruner and Pete with its thatched Oabanas comes a j 1! suits. I I II I

tacber first time since her crash was born oa a French 'es..l of an various and sundry listeners .(and won by 3-0. Bill was worse than I into view that "Tahaitian or; five times op; Hill.with, four With Ucla classified advertisement Dr. Walter S. AdaaM, director of

a few moetns ago. Read about It, American father and a Dutch mother those that are not listening too) schedule- bet still beat Otto one "back to Nature" feeling immediately I singles in five chances.. i I The Cithen will give free an the Mt. Wilson Observatory, Pasadena -

FoiT Tbe New York papers played would the case 1 be eligible for how he came to win. But if he is stroke on medal score and Pete } F. Caraballo Hill and Tynes Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for CaL, born in Syria 59 years
It up big. The motor went four feet trial before the of tbe on the losing side-oh he the but be had charge of one.
justice peace my was up in 60's a starred in the field for the Health I It. ago.
Into the ground" and she nearly went ia Little Fails! Oklahoma leaves for Key West and the+ comfort good partner and Otto and Bill, The bright sun, shining on the -

out for good. "You're very well informed for a of the home within 2 min- say that they had an enemy on the clean white !sand eeeins to entice boys and Moore Cervantes and'! BICYCLES

tog.fox He beard knew him Allaire as through West-his a great young' woman.* Pot commented utes aften play has stopped. course yesterday. (The guy wh the visitor to get a big gaily Russell for the Cats. WHliam B. Werner publisher

circle ID the States rotated close to silting dawn beside ber. sent runer in to pinch hit.) colored umbrella and bask in the Jack Cates pitched a good game BICYCLES-WE RENT by the of the'cCall/ Company, New York

hers. "It's my gift for' statistics. I usedto Yesterday afternoon Louis profusion of "Vitamin 0" for the winners allowing only Hour Day or Week. Repairall City born at Hannibal, Mo., 61
A stnaaiag girl with eyes the SAnd raise now rabbits.. raise Cruickshank,and Earl Julian (fel On account of a shortage in the ed there. four hits and two run. makes and paint them with years ago.
deep blue-black of storm-tossed yo low-employes) got together and The Cabanas themselves R. H. E.I! No-Enamel. We carry a full
She halted: him with a quick flirt fighting focrscme, Samuella Gold- Score by, innings: 1 J
tropfe water engaged three times of her hand. beat Louis Pierce and Charlie emith elected to fill the gap. So seem to radiate a feelingof Sanitary Department- '{! supply of parts. Agent for the I I Dr. John L
i Lewes
but always moving oa. living to' the Ketchum by the core of 21. And restful contentment. 201 064 010-14 17I Rollfast and Dayton of Harvard
heand Melvin Russell
Don't be trite. George. Besides got
tune of roaring motors and steel- in order to enjoy the festivities I together II r And sell them as low University, noted professor of
it Isn't good diplomacy. Not that I I against Hurricane However there is lots more to Wild Cats- BicycteB.1 I English literature born at Decatur
care." she added laconIcally. "bat Itwooldn.t Mr. Lionel) Plammer joined up on Doc Willio Percival and when the de for those who wish 000 010 100- 245 down and $1.00 per Ia& 68
f more active -t ; years age.
the last nine and shot neat 50 Phone 276. J. R.
be good training for your a last putt (a birdie) was ,knocked: recreation. A I Batteries: Jack Cates and O.
career." which is razaberries for Mr. Plum- into the number 18 by Doc variety of,I Caraballo Russell and Nelson novlS-tf -
can on boats anchored just off the chore I
I mer because he ought to be about I William P. Kemp the match stood I Prince George of England born

SHE crossed her knees letting one i I 45. Anyway a good time was: all even. And what made Melvin j i suggests Trim little many"Cricket"more diVersiODI'1! .....ee..e.eeee..o.oee.. FOR RENT 33 years ago.'Vaea..viu..

slipper swing Idly 'while 1 I had by Earl and Louis while f!land Sam sick was the fact that! to be had for th.ise who ,I LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -
she regarded him with her wide. Charlie land the other Louisweren't I enjoy SOCIAL LEAGUE .. Leali.g'It.1N"
dark ;I they stood up on number sixteen.| fast exciting sailing,. and the I I I -2 bed rooms conveniences
\V'l eyes. so happy. !1 I Then they lost two points and 519 Elizabeth THE SEMINOLE
larger and'steart.er! sailooats porches.
"Haven't seen you In years" she s rr
I) -- i I again two more on the last hole. also available for longer STANDING I Street. novlS
\ commented.: Then like a flash of trips.
light: "What do you think of me?" What golfer was seen buying i,I And if any congratulations are in I !Rowboats of course, are near 1
woolen sex. for his wife to deep: order give them to Willie. He FURNISHED APARTMENT-
Kh in? plays better under pressure than I ers at hand of Izaak.for those Walton who or>ne who follow want ..............eese.o...e Modern conveniences 628

any other.time. Of course for six: to see the beautiful marine gardens Club- W. L. Pct. White street or call at Gaiti's!

A great argument took placeon holes Doc was arguing with Eddie growing on the reef:<. Water Administration ._...__ 4 2 .667 Barber Shop nov2 1

number! one tee as to who and saying "How is it when we glasses!: are available for the lot- Sanitary Department 3 2 .600 .

would be whose partner and why are opponents you can play so tom gazers. And speaking cf 1 High School .....m.h. 3 4 .450 I'NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT -

s and when and where. All this good bat when we are partnersyou fishing snappers yellowtail WildCats --.-.-- 3 5 .375 with garage. Apply 827

argument being between Cookie play worse that Kirseh?" All groupers and, cf course our Transfer Corner ___w 2 3 ..400Today's Duval street. oct9
Mesq end Tin Pittman and it fin I this got under Mr.\ Strnnk's skin friends
and be promptly knocked in the grunts are always on ........................ WANTED Jaekeeer/U.. arlee/ea
down where a
ally simmered to par the bars waiting: and hungry for casts .. GIUTCn. M-.-
r Cookie took O'Bryant and Tim on number five and won two the anglers' bait. Horoscope A human home-ilk laitttattom
Then has the to TWO PASSENGERS TO TAMPA where yon will rind year latlrMMl
took Charlie: Salas. And that is points. nerve Swimming is indulged in
by and return. See Joe romfvrt end ............. a mat
where-Cookie made the mistake of tell Melvin that he was nervous everyone and there is never any ................eeeeeeeeToday's Vogue I I tr of great Importance.
the afternoon because he and and $shaky. I wonder about what Cleaners dr. -tli -0-
danger the water is shallow, is __
as t I apparently a steady
h A .steel nr...... ........ t.ede4to
Handsome Horace lost by the So tonight: those boys will pay for and persons can wade out far nature to which all tasks seem FOR SALE Ike ....t se .M etty

r-core of 3-0. And Mesa! (table) j each, other and consider each without going beyond their depth. small and hardships are taken as I -

I sinks are always very tender j lucky. The Beach Patrol'of the Recreation a matter of co-irse. Yet there is BUICK new paint, good condition sad E'Room Shower Bath with Combination Ratfter Electric Tub

II and juicy. Charlie had 92; Cookie Division WPA, keeps a lifeguard a highly emotional sensitive un I $35.00. See Joe, Vogue I OtllBC Faa Slat Door for Summer

had 93 and Tim had 94. Hor- A lot of the boys were so busy on duty at all times whois dercurrent. It is fortunate that Cleaners. dec -I-tf;. Ventilation Mattresses Comfortable Inner Spring Beds c.wlUi ..

a I ace ctme: along with 98, two telling Christmas goods (and now trained in all first aid methods. this disposition has a patient en- ;ruction and Individual **...*-

more rounds wherein he) has broken are in the hoping business. .hope Free swimming, rowing and sail- durance which will carry the native -i OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two' lug Lamps. HATES

50. they can collect) that they were ing instructions are given to all to ultimate comfort and bundles for 6e. The Cittoen Of.j| aaieya
those who wish to learn these of flee octloj l R..q ......t. Bata 10__ f3.Ale
unable to play. Winsome probably to a large measure. [(loa k...., private matt use
fig Bill Malone was minus a partner was doing a few chip shots and aquatic arts. success. I ti *.w Reeve, rrrvnte MMk .NZs
and so said that he would putts with packages and still Visitors can always meet their PRINTING-QnaHty Printing f Rena. rrt.a Balk __ 5,55
Arta I .1. lUaaia, Private Balk 1..5slacur
r take Bill Brnner and play Otto having to listen to Old Bye friends and enjoy themselves at Subscribe to The Citizen-20c the Lowest Prices The
"Hava to fly tomorrow and I'm scared to death. I Kirchheiner and Pete Taylor but broadcast Daddy was giving his Rest Beach. weekly. I man Press. og7J| OCCCPAJUCT

snapping speed--her motor had gone !: was her voice that got Fox. that hollering you,' hear in Key attentio to what Hilton Kemp a- ......-. --- -.- ---.
four feet Into the ground- Pitched low for a girl, but vibrant West was Pete Otto saying no hasn't got Bob Stowers was say-

But the attachd knew what was enough to scale the gamut of emotions. until it sounded like Hollywood in ing no and Josie Lopez was wishing -

wrong with Urn now. He knew it the He looked at her searching!IYolI.r. reverse. Anyway Kirchheiner I, he could say no.
minute be saw Ray West go Into all fight kid. '
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the conservator) with a woman in She shook her bead. rreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee' .

silver evening gown-Sue Thatcher "No. I'm not. Scared to deatb. ,
ot the large slanting Oriental eyes. laddie. Have to fly tomorrow and FIRMS

Jet-black hair tall gliding full- I'm scared to death. Ever fall a few
lipped. thousand feet?" Sbe clasped her !: !: l.CJ..1i.f..9.y/1! !:!

And West tanned of face and Jaw. knee and looked thoughtfully into e .

trim and handsome In spite of his apace.Terrible feeling.George. Yon This afternoon at Bayview Park Tigers will tackle the WPA quintet -
fifty 'ears-the well-known % Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them ij'
sports.man do everything yon can. and then the Administration ten will play The latter five has some new >M
Fez smiled grimly.I Everybodyknew Just sit there and-wait. The rushof I *
the Transfer Corner boys. The players and according to the funs
that when
Ray and Eleanor
West were married two great fortunes silence.wind You is all don't you bear the rest Is I game will begin at 4:30 o'clock.: who have seen them in practice
bad merged. move yon don'tthink Batteries: E. Roberts and Rneda they are going to give the Tigersa

And everybody ought to have yon don't breathe-yon Just for the Office boys and Water big scare. Star American Coffee

known by now that only.because it .alt.DJn't Pickle Adams and Zarate for the The opener will get underwayat JOHN C. PARK ROSES TIFFS
do It. Allaire" He scarcely
would have bees too mach troubleto Corner outfit. 7:30 o'clock: sharp. NOW OFFERED IN
recognized; his own voice-it was a
unravel the estates had they not r.
divorced each other a half-dozen sudden She croak. Big' basketball games tonight I The big Recreation dance for THREE GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A GASH GROCERY
glanced at him amusedly. SIMONTON ST.
times. "Have to." at the High School Gym. The the benefit of the Christmas Tree 328 STAR, Ib., 25c
And so Ray West did as be pleased. first game will bring together two for poor children will take place SPECIALTY
and his slim wife Of course she bad to. Power and LARGO lb. 18c 1101 Division Street
spent hot shots and they are the High :at RauVs tomorrow night 9 ,
ber beauty and did as she pleased challenge to ber carving lips thread School boys!;, coached by Huddles-I o'clock: until ?. Residents and PLUMBINGDURO V. & S. Ib. 15c PLANTS and VINES
of steel In her
while a girl with bone,- lored hairand'dark body, alone at the PHONE 29
controls always. ton of the Monroe County High visitors are urged to attend the .
stormy eyes did-as she School and who has bad the boysin dance and help swell the fund for ROASTED IN KEY WEST

pleased. Somebody was hesitantly coming practice all week claiming they the Community: Christmas Tree. SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
Tea the attachd knew what was along on a garden path discreetlycoughing
-BySTAR ---
are ready fcr the undefeated Dell Woods' orchestra will furnish PUMPS GroceriesComplete '.'
wrong with him now. Tears and every time he neared a
five, and the Busy Bee Bakers i the music. Naff said.
years ago be had stood in the shade corner.
"ho.\V suffer their first defeatof PLUMBING NURSERY
of.a elm Fox him and
giant near some red brick spotted rose Im Line Fresh.
the-eeaaon,, aecording to Coach The Sewer Rats and the Water-
tables and watched a bright-haired mediately. It was o"es. theUre na- '. 512 Greene Street
young girl gently probe the splintered runner at the-American. ,Em- Huddleston On the other hand. works Cats will play again Sun- PHONE.348 Phone 256 Fruits and4Vegetables.
leg of a beautiful! quivering bus,. Fred Mathews. captain of the,day at the Navy: Field. The game PHONE 597

horse with skillful strong fingers ''Que(? qnicrtr he 'said r a little Bakers says that he is not only will start at 3 p. nu Batteries will -

and sigh as if a loved child were peevishly going to win this game but his be Wickers and Rodriguez! for the -

dying-the tenderness and strength Novaes apologetically took off his club is going through the season Cats and Molina and O. Caraballo SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERB

and pity In that girl became an In. bat. lie made a ceremonious bow to without a loss. We shall see for the Rats. Do not forget this INSURANCEOffice
eradicable part of his mind. the girl, and then looked at the at- what we shall see. game will be just as thrilling as Jewfiah. 2 lbs.r- 35 THE KEY WEST I ITry
"Going to get some air." he told Lathe from the corner of his eye. In the second l game the Park last Sunday's. I Yellowtail St.ak, 2 Ik*. 35e yam.

Dent suddenly. "The tail redhead senor be said Yellowtail *o Bo.a, 2 Ika. 25 : 319 Daiwa Street
a little -- -
nervously and stopped. Grouper 2 IU. ...... 25e J
HE went out Into the gardens and Fox glanced at him. perplexed.The I I
lit a cigaret. Her motor had tall redhead-Wiilett. by Godt Snapper 2 n... ----- 2S. '
gone: four feet into the Vrillett. the engineer working the 25
ground. ur M.tt. Fish 2 Iks. _
He Inhaled deeply I and began: to Paiva- River! Oversea Transportation Co. bsmpf ,n $2 Per Year

wander down the paths that twisted "Go on." be ordered "what about FRESH SHRIMP You M*.U At
their way among the flowerbeds. him!" I Lu-.. Select Oysters Key West's Only Sunday -THE-

She had a habit of disappearing at Novaes forsook English and OWNED AND OPERATED BY Fresh Crab: Meat in ft CAM 65* Paper Dtlmomco Rat llRZlff>
any time. She loved launched Into rapid-fire
both tbe bum of Spanish. PORTERALLENCOMPANY
powerful motors and the generating The tall American bad come to Fish Co. Inc. West FREE PROMPT Business Office Citizen B of satiny sinews In a leaping the Embassy for Senor Fox yea. He Thompson Key Ii COMPANYPHONE Building
thoroughbred. had taken Novae by the wrist with LOWE FISH SJs c..n. Dinners, __

The Man from the Agellc1.a ." the grip of six devils and advised REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT 151 PHONE. 'J' 51 ----- S0 TSe, a4 Me
passed ta amazement his Immediate loan Ion of Senor Fox -
clgaret halfway to his 11ps.-as the or tbe arm would be broken! -I.

tow rusky voice came out ot nowhere ICowriM rum, fry Dnid Ourtkl SELECT'f

ery. tinged with humorous mock. Tomorrow two v.ry vital per Key West and Miami I AARON CM FTimiea-McCONNELL Street -. "Best for Petro I PRITCHARD I I EXTRA LARGE I

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flWATCHMAKER the animal kingdom Cooked or Raw to say
WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ; a balanced ratios part of city.

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(Continued from Page One) FOR MACLEANS' CLAN Anniversaries I 76TH STRIKES OIL

........................,a..a interrupted by Clarence Higgs For TheHolidays
:;;:iit-: who told of working on the Keys (Dy A_..... Press) 1517-Ambroise Pare French (Dy An.etatea Pre..)
Democratic Club Dance At t--------I and the overt acts of injustice GLASGOW, Dee. 20_The surgeon torn.. Died Dee.: 20, DECEASED DIED THIS MORN- McCAMSY. Tern. Dee. 20.

To Put On Dance I Cuban ClubA which had been authorized and Macleans of Ardfonr will 1590. ING AT RESIDENCE ON Dexter D. Thomas of San I !

carried out against Key Westersto have no girl to lead them. Angelo, Tex- drilled 75 wildcat .

Young Democratic- Club has brilliant affair on tonight'a the benefit of workers from Members of the elan naveaccordingly 1794-John D. Godman physician OLIVIA STREET oil tetU in west Texas
other sections, and also asserted and naturalist, noted the I
the PreChristmas SUITSGet
social is -
hold their I program overruled tie since 1926 before near
to one.
made; arrangements that those others who had been
Dance at the Cuban Club, editor of the first medical journal i
at the Habana-] to the claims of 16-jear-old Catrionn Mrs. Violet Archer, 40 died here, track oiL
Jackson Day Ball I sponsored joinUy by the )lokiI assigned projects in ques- west of the Alleghaniei, born f ', jt
Madrid Club on January 8, 1936. Muki-O Cab and Kappa Pi 'Society. tion received more pay than work- Maclean to chieftainship.; at Annapolis, Md. Died in Philadelphia 7:30 o''eoef: ;. this morning In her the real holidayair
of ', ,,, .IIIII..i1
era from Key West. The the April 17 1830. II
Raymond Delgado is chairman claimant > daughterof residence. 804 Olivia street. in

of the hall and musie committee I I Dell Woods' ,eight-piece orchestra lie expressedThiinself as beingconvinc'ed the late chief of the clan. I[ Funeral services wiU'be held PUNISHED FOR THEFT j Here are your some appearance.great buysat

in place of Howard Wilson as I promises an extra good that' it was,the duty of An Englishman, second 1813-Samuel J. Kirkwood, 4:3Q; is Prizes to be Monroe cq&nty commissioners and Iowa farmer Civil War
first announced. Everything musical program. her gov- GRAND HAVEN, llieh.-ForJ J
cousin removed of the from the recidonce.of'Mrs. Julius low
going forward for the big affair, given away include a, fall suit, businessmen to-*look\into these once ernor, U. R. senator and Secre- :. stealing hia father's diamond! rnig' :
he elates. fat dress, ladies' osie1')';a haad- matters and fight.tor'tn interests former chieftain, has been I tary of the interior, born in lIar- Camus, '902 United street, to St Alvirt Rymer, 19, of this city, hasbeen STUDENT'S SUITS
tome dress shirt and other such oflocal workers! who-' had been elected chieftain instead. ford Co., Md. Died Sept.,: 1, 1894. Mary's tot'of1 the Sea. Catholic sentenced to serve one to

Mrs. Frank Dill And items. The-e! will also be a prize ousted by fotfleial order from !, church. Revs,!i\- L. Maureau, S. four years in a reformatory.PALACE. Single Sport and Backs doublebreastedmodels
waltz. work on Monroe county projects 1820-iMary P. T. Hemenway. J., will officiate.Pritchard's ;
Daughter Arrive Here This is the first time that these to which Key Westers and only I Ii Boston philanthropist, founder of Fureral Home will $12.95 and $15.95
I two organizations: have come together Key Westers should be assigned.To i of his own affairs and was only vocational schools the first public
Mrs. Frank S. Dill and daughter I and given such an affair. Handle MattersMr. demanding justice for others. school kitchen, promoter of be in charge of arrangements.The I YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
Buck Jones in
,' Betty Jean, of Inglewood, :The Cuban Club is expected to Higgs was assured that the I Other matters presented to the things charitable and educational I. deceased is survived by THE TEXAS RANGER I Latest styles; single and

California, are here for a visit i be filled capacity.. committee intended. take up all !meeting by workers were alleged born in New York. Died March two daughters, Miss Geraldine double-breasted; Serges Worsteds
with Mrs. Dill's mother Mrs.I I' these matters in due time along :improper distribution of food- 6, 1894. Carter and Miss Emma Archer; Serial and Comedy Flannels, Gabardines and

Mamie Biaza of 713 Simonton,I,riage was Miss Nathalie Biaza. with others of similar! importance. I ctoffs the claim being voiced that one brother, John Marshall, Tam- Matineet: 5-10ci Night; 10-lSc Tweeds-
street. I I.Mrs. I will remain here for several some persons in dire need were 1837-Joseph G. McCoy, pio- pa; three skiers, Mrs. Julius $18.50 and $19.75

Dill, who before her mar-,:months. Mr. Caro then reverted to his denied while others more fortunate neer cattleman in the overland Camus Key West; Mrs. Hector

-- --- ----- !I subject and after reading a bul- were supplied. cattle trade, born in Illinois. Diedat Azpeitia, Tampa, and Mrs. Earl NAVY BLUE SERGE
.................... ... letin outlining the method used in Better arrangements; for more Kansas City, Oct. 19, 1916. I' Dillon Fresno, Calif. BENJAMIN LOPEZ SUITS
I allowing compensation for work- prompt delivery of pay checks FUNERAL HOME Single and double-breasted
PERSONAL MENTION ers injured in the line of duty, was another grievance which was 1857-James S. Russell, Law- Serving Key West fancy and plain back; all
[At The Stores] and the amount awarded during discussed, it being asserted that renceville; Va., Protestant Episco- Half Cent.rr guaranteed-
........................ idle! days, concluded with the in: certain instances workers were pal clergyman, one of the leading: been ST.begun LOUIS.by-Mrs.Proceedings\ Wilma have Mc- 24 Hoar Ambulance Service. I $17.50 and $19.75HART.SCHAEFNER

Miss Maria Ochoa was a passenger statement that in his opinion actually in need of food before Negro educators in country, born I Clain Kirby, 13, checkroom at.endanV1n Licensed Emhahner Ii
the checks arrived. in Virginia. Died March 28, Phen 135 Night
on the Steamship Cuba President Roosevelt was the great- a night club -of' this 696I'I'' &
yesterday for Havana to spend GIFTS FOR M2N ,est president this country ever Assurance was given by the 1935. eity, for a divorce from her hus- I MARXfsUTTSCarrJkdliP5l
the holidays with relatives. had but does not think that all of committee that these grievanceshad
I band, Robert C. Kirby, 18, a fardels: Regular
What to get the men folk the all been noted and that efforts 18CO Joseph J. Holland noted !
--...- That's easily men to whom he has assigned "singing waiter" at the same I Shorts, Stouts; Single and
i positions of wide jurisdiction over were already under way to actor, son of a noted actor, born, KEY WESTCOLONIAL
club. double .
.Miss Onelia Vasquez left on thetuba ed i in an advertisement in this issue i others, have upheld the high overcome these'delinquencies. in New York. Died Sept. 25, HOTELIn rease ft* plain andfancyAacfo

: 'yesterday to ,spend the holi- for Lewinsky's Men's Shop. ,standards which the president has 'I During the entire evening: there 1926. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT = .I -
with relatives in Ha- Scores of wearable gifts are listed i I $25.00', $29.75. $32.50,
day season announced should be maintained. I was not one evidence of and desire -on- the Center of the .. I
Tat:a. and many more are displayed at I Following Secretary Attorney l for a departure from the 1861-Cyrus Townsend Brady, and Theater District $35.00 and $37.50
this men's store.Lewinsky's i Caro, Leis Avalo expatiated on routine outlined by the committee P. E. clergyman prolific and pop- I
has also featured !the personnel of the committee. and the only indication that ular noveist: born at Alleghany, Iwo gg QQ First Class- Fireproof- EDGERTON SHOES
Assistant State Attorney J. during the pre-holiCay: season, a : their ability and high standing in I I I a group of several rundred men Pa. Died at Yonkers, N. Y., Jan. far Sensible Rat.. I Made by Nunn-Bush
Lancelot Lester, accompanied by rpecial! sale on men's suits.KANTOR'S the community and said that no were discussing matters of vital 24, 1920. Better Waves, $5.00 and np i $5.00

his daughter Miss Leonella Les- other group of men could have I[ importance to themselves! and the MRS. MILLER I Garage Elevator I
ter, returned to Key West last SPECIALSIt's been assembled who are individually community, was the loud clappingof checks 407 South Street Phone 574-J SHOESManufactured

evening over the highway from not a hard problem to de- more worthy of the confi- hands and exclamations of approval COLDS Popular Price by Star.,

Miami. cide what kind of a suit to buy dence of the workers. and r-,was which followed the talks. 666Hire 6' 6 6 and I Peters, Central and Dr. Ar
for the holidays when you shop at satisfied that if the workers abided FEVERfirst FLYwith nold'*-

Kantor's, Inc., says the manage- by the decisions of the com I the-. I r
M. E. Berkowitz, chief pharmacist day \\\\\'I/I/l $2.95 $3.50 and $3.95
at the Marine hospital, left ment of this store. All sizes, ma- mittee and placed their griev- Liquid TsUets HEADACHES PAN AMERICAN PLANENo
I terials and styles are representedin ances in the hands of the body Change In Rates SPENDYOUR
over the highway yesterday morn- Sal.. Nest Dress in 30 nainntes; "Headquarters for
this store's large stock.A 11 I their interests will be J.G.KantorInc.CLOTHING :Make Reservations by Phone
ing for Irvington, N. J., called
tremendous assortment of ed in the future and safeguard-I I Telephone 620
there by the serious illness of aj
j sensible: Christmas gifts for men conditions appreciably Regular Planes, Miami-Key
I is offered and include shirts, He made an impassioned appeal -i i West Airways, Inc. VACATION

tw---: lounging robes, sweaters, neckwear to the workers to stick together I a Daily Except Friday MENDELL'SExclusive
Mrs. WiU Gomez and f hosiery: and many other fine because in union lies the I I "SUITS 11 RATE ONE WAY $7.50 = THIS YEAR IN :

dren left over the highway this'"gifts. strength of the worker and assured -t I II Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Ar- ri Men's Shop
the assemblage that he and t I I Surely here is where FLORIDA
morning for Miami to join Mr. rive Miami 520 p. m. SIT Dnval Street
Gomez, who is in charge of one SUITS FOR CHRISTMAS /assorted members of the committee you can find the largest '! 4 4rvti Fast Comfortable Safe
I were imbued with the idea assortment of Genuine l pgourHWTH!
of the yachts berthed fort i Many men and young men will
the season. I be tempted to be their own Santa of getting: all possible for the FRENCH BLUE SERGE yj/d .
t Claus after reading the holiday Monroe county workers and could SUITS, heavy weight. ..41.I j 11I""' "\\\ tt ,.
an advertisement not see how failure could resultif ThisArmy.Of o. BEG P RbON?1
specials on Men's Suits in I so Oxford Grays, plain ,
left the actions of the committeewere
Attorney Raymond Lord by in this issue for Men- and sport models Single'
plane yesterday afternoon for Miami dell's Exclusive Men's Shop, 517 given concerted support by and double breasted,' Want vs to list .:Tew of:our I
will remain two days on business the workers on WPA projects. 1 I, many MEN'S CHRISTMASGIFTS
Duval street.Stcrdelt'a Peninsular & Occidental
priced low= $14.$5upe .. I Steamship CompanyEffective
and plans to return home a'so! quotes other Sheppard Gives Talk "Salesmen"THEY'RE "- f

Sunday morning. I I special buys in men's goods irf the Captain Arthur Sheppard addressed A SPECIALOF- Certainly With.P'' : .r__ I I December 22." 1935.

I I shoes; and at the store a splendid the meeting from his seat tERING'Just THE .ADVER- SHIRTS of the finest'woven S. S. CUBA
I display of Christmas: gifts is featured in the audience and gave an interesting ; Madres or Broadcloth weaves. I Leaves Port .
Tampa Sundays and
on Wednesdays at 2:30P.
Miss, Olga Perez,'.student (the the
received foe Latest{
outline of the styles from $1.50
left' up. I M. arriving Key West 7 A. M. Mondays and Thursdays.
Convent of :Mary Immaculate, plishments of the FERA and PWA holidays over, 200 Fresh I SWEATERS pull over or Leaves
M. i I Petersburg on Sundays at 4:15 P. Ml arriving
afternoon to ,
by plane yesterday while he closely associated<< New Crisp Men's\ Suits. -
FALSE REPORTSST. was I jacket types of pure wooL In Key West 7 A M. Monday.
spend,the Christmas holidays with with these organizations. : Fancy' Checks, Invisible every pleasing color or style I Leaves Key West Mondays and Thursdays 8:30 A. Itfor
her parents in .Miami.Arthur I LOUIS.-Three men.. Carlyle I lIe deplored the fact that certain I, Patterns. Also plain ma- The Key West for only $2.9553.95.HANDKERCHIEFS. I Havana.

Powell, Fred Hatesochi and unjust things had been- done, terials, smart colors. Sport choice I II Leaves Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 5 P. M. for Port
Barling and H. L. Poet, Louis Keiuth of this city, have I not to himself but to others and and plain backs. Excep- Citizen I linen. Either all white or I Tampa, Fla. '
officials of the Van Noy Inter-:I'been arrested under a seldom- I voiced the opinion that it was the tionally low-$14.95 up. fancifully bordered. Box $1.00'1 For further information and rates can Phone 14.
used ordinance for making false I duty of the committee to see that
state Company who were in Key They'll take your messageto HOSIERY-Silk mixtures in J. H. COSTAR Acent.
!I of robberies. > these wrongs were righted. He STUDENT SUITSAll I I
reports I
West on business and while here home in the city smart cross stripe and checked ..
did not ask for any assistance, as every ---- -- --
fishing trip before leaving Wool Worsted, weaves. Extra durable from
a I of taking and SELL 'EM
he is amply capable care your waresor
left on the plane yesterday Subscribe to The Citiz-n. I I Cashmere, Etc. Also:; Blue services. 35c up.Special. I
afternoorfor. Miami. I Serges-$12.50 to $14.95. Holiday CJ1 r f\f\\ \
DO YOU Bermuda Meat Market Prices on SUITS >J.U.UULewinsky's


number of friends in Key West Gorgeous new
I Just Received-Place Orders The Citizen 528 Duval Street "
made while he was associated with Columbia i t large assortmentof :
Laundry an- Also STRICTLY FRESH
I "Where Better Men's Wear
the FERA, arrived over the high nounces special prices on Over- II KILLED PORK from White Fine Shirts made by Is Sold" !I
way Wednesday and returned yesterday vails. Until further notice of an-: Belt Dairy, Miami. ARROW PHILLIPS \
afternoon by plane to Mi-\. other special, they will launder i SATURDAY SPECIALS JOHNES, E. & W. All 0
amL overalls and jumpers for ten have Trubenized collars.
cents each, and Union overalls at : Western Steer Meat- We have added a brand ,

twenty cents a_suit--Thrifty Fin-I Cuban and American Cuts new high grade "Yale C,1dtus
Arthur E. Curtis, director of ish. Phone 57 for White Truck ; Armour's Star Pork Tenderloin Line"-$1.25 to $2.45.
ppblic relations for the Caribbean I Service.-advt.( ) M-W-F 1 Pork Hams-by halves or r 1 o.r

Division' Pan American Airways,!' I'' whole I GIFTS ,i \ ON THIS

who was in Key West yesterdayfor with Er- MONROE THEATER ; All Ingredients for Souse Brocaded LO'UNGEI
business interview
nest Hemingway at the conclusionof I Rochele Hudson-Henry Fondain Sliced Breakfast Bacon ROBES and some all wool

which he went to view the city's WAY DOWN EASTEAGLE'S : Tender Waffle Steak I flannels, $5.95 value, to LIBERAL GIFT OFFER!
sights lebt by plane in the after- close out-$3.95. ICE
noon for Miami. : BROOD I Quick Delivery Phone 52 Slippers to match- I USE

i Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra We Deliver Sunday Mornings I $1.95 to $2.45.

15-20cj Night 15-25 t Fine House Slippers- I ITS PURER!
Miss Anna Corcoran left by R
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plane yesterday afternoon for Mi- $1.00 to $1.50. LASTS LONGER!

ami to meet her niece Miss Josephine Cheney Ties and hun-
James, daughter of Captain dreds of individual hand- ICE REFRIGERATORS II<

Thomas James, U. S. N.. and Mrs.' made Ties-SOc, $1.00 NO

James!, and accompany her: 'e/In 1nvdattonTO and $1.50. Made of all metal-equipped
home. Miss James is studentat i irl t
with WATER
Georgetown Visitation College OUR Cravat Chains with initials JL

and is coming for the holi- -$1.00. ( e They're Economical f
qffeddb2 s
Pajamas by Phillips UNTIL
Johnes-$1.95 to 295. 100 Per Cent Refrigeration -

Handkerchiefs and Ties i Satisfaction i MARCHOnly

TO SUBSCRIBERSIf -XTERY soon eich of our i' I to :Match-$1.00.
( Priced at
friends win be receiving an 1 Sweaters and Jackets, small down

yon do Bet receive year invitation to our Wcdduig; sad f wool, leather and suede- $20.00 payment needed

paper. by 6:15 o'clock i. the we want it to be the best looking inviuooo we can get.* $2.95 to $8.50. I UPtjl1j Come ia sod select your
General Electric.We will
afternoon, call telephone 51 ,
SHOES EASY TERMS-10 DAYS deliver it for CriatmeaYou
end n paper will oo ...t to Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be tbe i small
Now showing new FREE TRIAL : Ulollad: net..,
yew Lome. A complaint boy very finest and that is why we ate inviting you to inspect our I Spring numbers in over 40 ml m.ri..,;1 Mnt la

.. oa duty at this office from 'remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding invita- i styles-Peters and Bea 4 THOMPSON'S ICE CO.Il 1936. Take dvsatsge

8:15 to 7slS p. m. for tko tions aDd Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193. : cons. I/fl t Ii --INC.- Iftlt of this liberal gift offer!

purpose of With Confidence at
Buy _I '
Help nt five yon 100 I ff- Phone No. 8 r
percent service by calieg 51 I

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