The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00383
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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 21, 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: UF00048666:00383
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Ethiopia Becomes World's Powder FERRIESiREt. PROMOTERS OF PROPOSED \WATER ,1!r MANY CHILDREN Reprisals Against Industry's


Keg -In Persistent. War Rumors \ NEW\ o Rimi$ V', FURNISHING KEY WEST'S' NEEDS',! : FOR CHRISTMAS Movement In Working ContraryTo


Great Fear Manifested( THREE YACHTS STEEL CRAFT PURCHASEDAT Dr. Otto J. Sicplein and -J. Rice -levy taxes for any purpose. It VISITING COUPLE DONATES Roosevelt Being Planned

In Various Sections Asj COME TO PORT CAIRO ILLINOIS, WILL Scott; inventors and owners of the will thereafter be a tax one free of community the wealthiest and FIFTY DOLLARS TOWARD .

COME TO KEY WEST UPON "Sieplein-Scott" Processes have cities in the world. CAUSE; TREE TO BE STAG- -
To Probability Of Other']
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LEAVING LOUISIANA PORT presented to the City Council and Number of Employes ED MONDAY NIGHT Administration Followers

ConflictsBy VESSELS BERTHED AT YACHT "With this proposed plant, an I ':''HIEF HARRY BAKER
the mayor, an offer to establish afresh Intend To "Come Back"In
BASIN AT NAVAL industry will be established, em-

Information received at WPA water supply for the city, ploying 40 to 50 men, with the There is less likelihood toe DISCOVERS ERROR IN

HERBERT YAHRAES STATION headquarters from Captain Eu- to connect up with the distribution possibility of developments requiring than at any time since the Community {I I THE CITIZEN CONTESTYoeaterday'a Attacks On ProgramOf

(Associated Press Staff Writer) several times that num- Christmas tree has been
gene Demeritt in charge of the line now being laid by WPA. ber of employes."It proofreadingcontest EconomyBy
tale !
A story glamorous as a Three yachts hire arrived with- planned, that Old Kris Kringle t is
is impossible to envisionthe
brought in the largest
from the Arabian Nights and grim in the past 24 hoars and berthedin ferries now enroute to Key West, In an interview with Dr. Sieplein developments that will occur going to forget any of the poorer volume of answers since The

as a diary from Flanders trenches the jacht basin at the submarine indicate the possible arrival of and Mr. Scott, who were callers at in Key West when it' becomes chcildren in Key West who Citizen started the competition HERBERT PLUMMER

tase at the naval station, as The Citizen office today, they said: known throughout the world thata might have found an empty stock- but there were only (By Anmortntr fmmf

climbed to a commanding place ia | follows: the vessels at New Orleans either "The proposition submitted to plentiful supply of irreproachable ing next Wednesday morning seven competitors who WASHINGTON. Dec. 21.-

1935'i Key West Council for productionof water is available here. Industries when the dawn brought in the correct an-
headline Houseboat P.Ul!. Louise home today or tomorrow. comes on. the Day Swift reprisals against organized
have made attempts
water by Sieplein-Scott swer. misspelled word
So far as John Smith was concerned port Key West owner Commodore Instead of leaving Cairo on Process contemplates the early to establish! themselves at of Daysfor children. I was "madres instead of"madras" industry's proposal to work politically ;
I Frederck Wa .'acr. The commodore West For weeks leaders in the re"-
: Key have frequently, for
at the moment, the big scheduled date the ferries did not service to the commuity with water and appeared ioLewinsky's against "President Roose
I will remain until April and of the highest': possible the lack of water failed to thrive. ation section of the local WPA ad.
of October 2 from Detroit will entertain a number of visitors depart until Sunday. On the trip very There I I economic order"
new cam grade. The process--a novel are many industries which working nights and in other spare A half dozen competitorswere velt's new maybe

detailing the opening ..battle on fishing trillS to the Mar- they found it necessary to stop; at combination of several long es- can take advantage of your unique time, have been gathering used at the door of The Cit expected from administration

: que.'as and Tortngas. a town in Arkansas for fuel oil, fab'ished! processes takes seawater climate when they know they can zen office "in person" when
of that American.epic, the Yacht: Ocomo, home port Bonita all the I toys end repairing them for the friends.
great get really water they
which delayed the passage down and puts it through a series pure 8 o'clock struck, and the first
Springs, Fbu, came in yesterdaywith need. Many ships and yachts will tree program which is to be staged -
of sun-field heaters to bring the to the
world series.
the river. present correct answer Politicians here expect the first
the owner S. A. Spencer and to the boiling make Key West a port of call Monday night in Bayview Y... .
temperature near was Fire Chief Harry M.
But he would not dispute that party. I" It was said at WPA headquarters point. This hot sale water goes I solely because they can obtain They also have been giving va- Baker. Answers came real blast to come from capitol
for marked i Crbin Cruiser !\Marie home port I Captain Demeritt<< will wire such water. pouring
posterity the day was : to a specially: constructed hot rious entertainments in an effort in until the very last hill where Senator Black of Alabama .
by news that thundered from the I Key West, berthed yesterday. Tha officials as soon as the boats ar- point evaporator and there is vaporized "In the construction of the to raise funds with which to buy moment within the specified
Marie i is owned by E. H. Gato, Jr.,I plant great deal of will and his well-oiled lobby investigation -
distant borderland between Italy's and home is Key West.CUBABRINGSIN rive at the Crescent City. so that most of the salt money | candy, fruit and other things that time, and they showed that
port !izes. The from the be expended as payrolls for labor help to make real Christ-
crysta vapors up the subscribers read not only machinery are all set
Eritrea and Ethiopiathe ---
independent I
I evaporator" lass through: a con- during the building. The operationof mas for normal boys and girls. the display advertisementsbut
war had started-II Duce's the plant will result in a con- to move into high
FOURTEEN COME denser in which they turn to distilled I This morning, however the the reading matter call gear.

legions were on the march. <
The curtain had been long in ON "This distilled water is discharged tion and one which will grow as' of the Christmas party a feature of this last session of congress Black ha.
36 PASSENGERS HERE PLANECAPACITY the. city and the plant grow.
into the came.
going up on the African drama. : through sprays: paper. had his staff aerated dis- "This plant will attract many :Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bruce.
storage tank I A Gillette beautiful DeLuxe on the trail for information. In
All through the year had run that visitors from all parts of the
tilled water thus produced is the =pending the winter here, heard
i I Safety Razor Set awaits the lobby of the senate office:
ominous refrain-"War in that it world and will focus world-wide I last night the details of the plans
highest grade water
VESSEL TO MAKE CALLS AT NUMBER BOOKEDTO very Mr. Baker when he calls at building at times as many as :30
Ethiopia when the rainy season is possbile to find anywhere. It attention on Key West because I' which have been made for bringing this office. persons have been busily engaged

ends. ST. PETERSBURG BEGIN. I LEAVE' ON OUTGOING is free from anv contamination here will be the first installationof gladness to the hearts of More next week. whipping this material in shape
whatsoever and is superior to that the commercial, use of sun- I children whom Santa might have
Much Geography NING NEXT WEEK TRIP TO MIAMI use later.Washington
f shine and the first use! of the hot
furnished to any community in i forgotten on his hurried trip into hean that
1.1'.1.1'.I.I.4T whispers
Troopships sail for Africa point evaporator for prducing: the ;I/TA
the world for general this southernmost section of future reveiatioaw before the
Ethiopia appeals to the league, The water is offered at purpotes'l water. It will soon be an outstanding :! United States. The Bruces were
Black committee! will be such ac to
Steamship Cuba of the P. and Plane of the Miami-Key West feature among; the attractions '1 CORTEZ FACTORYBUILDING.Q.TMJ'J
the entire
interested in
another Italian class called to the which is reasonable to program. make dtsekwareu i ia the past palein
0. S. S. arrived from of West for the ,
company I actualcost Key and the worthiness of
airways arrived this morning holder although appreciated
colors, league conciliation ('om-I Havana yesterday afternoon with '' visitor. comparison. It wen 4s ramorcil)
mission meets, Great Britain I 32 passengers for Tampa and 10:30 o'clock with 14 passengers II of production is considerably' "Another important consideration -.lit. the forthcoming iagiirj wilt owi-
Before the sandman
the charged. passed
higher than price ..
the !leaguejmJy! seeks delay at;i four. far Kil; West. > as follows: Elizabeth Avala: WilLiam The- reason that such a low pricecan Irf that the attention attractedto residence: of the "Bruces in the ahado.vllLII. hWJ "T aI -

Geneva Ethiopian forces move toward -I Beginning, next Tuesday the Gibb, Rose Appel, Eloise f be made is that the produc- this commercial application of Navy Yard a check had been LOSS FROM FIRE I tions not even excepting the Mul-
hall of 1913 and!
front France offers peace! Cuba will sail for Tampa 5 o'clock Lowe, Mary L. Spottswood, Marjorie tion of salt in the same process sunshine will cause the recogni- written for $50. to be used in
instead of 5:30.: The vessel is to tion of the unique sun-climate: of I that conducted: by the Caraway
proposal, Mussolini says Italyvon.t !r Roberts Rosinda Ginart, gives: a commodity of commerce buying small rifts for the children committee i in 1930.
the'| make calls at St, Petersburg be-. which bears: a part of the cost of this region. The eyes- of the attending the Community : u.
\ be stopped-so ran John Ginart, Ann Kirchik Bar- Christ-I NOTHING BUT WALLS REMAIN New Judicial HistoryThe
next week. medical world have been opened :
i I ginning producing: the water.Regarding I mas tree Monday night; ;
I| bara Taylor Francis Garwood, I' 6-3 decision of the
Freighter Ozark, of the ClydeMallory Costs to the health values of sunshine ness will be spread even more than STANDING; UNDERSTOODTO supremecourt

Yet only that long "build up"made i; Lines, arrived 11 o'clock Ruth Galey, Henry Haskins, Clar- .Many citizens are now payingas within the last 25 years, and very I those in charge of the affair had in granting the plea of
John view the
Smith war I HAVE BEEN eight southern rice millers on the
I last night from New Orleans discharged ence Nice. much for power for their household especially! : within the last ten hoped." INSURED
as less incredible than a chronicleof work Miami- 1 collection of processing taxes con-
and sailed The of the
heavy cargo would fora years. children in
Reservations have been made pumps as they pay "There are many FOR $15,000After
<< Ilaroun al Raschid. I 2:30 this morning for :Miami and liberal supply of this distilled Sun-Ray Research caused the Key West who otherwise would be tinues' vas of the liveliest top iS
How could he even have imagined for the entire capacity on the return of children of and out of of-
Jacksonville. aerated water at the rate proposed bringing groups overlooked by Kris Kringle.; if it I
that 1935 would find the I the trip of the plane .4 o'clock with rheumatic fever and heart
Steamship Colorado of .
I to be charged. In addition to ;,weren't for the tree Monday .
military forces of a great modern, same lines, is due to arrive tomorrow this afternoon. this expense for electric power, ailments from Boston toj St. Fran- .night. ," those in charge of the | having been the scene ofI e court attachesare

nation arrayed against a hetero- from New York will dis- householder must pay for repairs cis Hospital at :Miami Beach, for program said this morning. "and I I I I a number of email fires which) three jvrticesBrandos --

geneous collection of blackskinned : charge and sail for Tampa. and upkeep of his equipment Successive: years. beginning in 'although the $50 :id a large sum-1: caused little or no damage, the Steno and Cardoza-- -

warriors, clad in white sham-1 Steamer Ceiba, of the Standard TOLEDO BODYBROUGHT and even then his supply of : 1929. These children five to i:perhaps the largest ever given: by t 1: Cortez Cigar company building set'a new mark in judicial historyby
mas, armed with everything from is seven in a have without a I their dissent.
Fruit and Steamship Company, water is limited. [ group an individual for a thing of this
spears to machine guns headed by. due to arrive tomorrow from New HERE "The Sloplein-Scott: Process is [.single exception been benefitted 'I kind in Key West-its use "will'I'was again ablaze this morning.and Those charged with keeping the
a sad-faced emperor who tracedhis : the transfer to the., sunshine of this will be the last because court's docket injunctionsgranted
York. take on fuel oil at the Por- fully protected by broad and basic by : be spread: : out. so that all of the say

ancestry to Solomon, walked ter dock and sail for Frontera, patents. Only' because of using i, our region Marjr cases of complete I children can benefit. The gen-I there is left standing nothing but are very rare and they

under an elaborate umbrella, slept Mexico. the immense and dependable recovery have resulted. Such: | erous gift of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce I the walls. have thumbed yellowing record
in a silt tent, guarded a decades- REMAINS WAS BURIED IN HAVANA heart cases: show more improvement of 'the court in vain trying; to
quantity of the sun's heat avail- I I will, go a long way in supplementing The alarm was seat ia this
old "war chest," and,* incognito, West together as a result of the stay in this of ,I I find a previous dissent in granting -
FROM WHICH PLACE.IT able in the Key region the small toys and bags
I II I I! mroning shortly after 10 o'clock
made midnight excursions to test AMADO PEREZ 57 with the use of the special climate than by any other mean fruit and candy we alread have j jI one.

the alertness of the palace guards! WAS TAKEN UP hot point evaporator and the ,i, that have been tried. I for the tree." "I and a short time afterwards a' ,'Ad'injtpn involves a sum>:'erAKpg

John Smith found himself .absorbing DIED YESTERDAY combination of producing both:, "Key West has the opportunity I I general alarm called out all ap- grwSng or denying a ro-

more geography .than he water and salt, is the process to use the proven value of its paratus but even with the additional ttonl SBf4h court justiceio
had learned from the Chacowar I I. sunshine in these and thus VISITORS COME I I ,
ever The remains- Mrs. Maria commercially possible. The com- cases fire fighting equipment not 'explain their reasons as\ the:
(which ended this' year with-; pany operating under the give many children a chance for 1 I ; i nstMHy" do in final opinion Plu
out marked benefits to either: FUNERAL SERVICES ARE BE- Perez de Toledo, who was born in I complete repair much was soon found that nothing
Scott patents will deliver Sieplein'I'I or a very HIGHWAY i vious action on injunctions hav-
West and died in Havana could stop the of the
Paraguay or Bolivia). Key ter to the city of Key I bettered condition. I ravages been unanimous far a> theI
| Cuba November 15 1928 at the flames.
"With the chemically pure wa- I
Deadly SeriousIf its distribution lines, rebating tothe public was informed.
1 age of 38, were brought to Key ter which is now tendered to the Chief Harry Baker is of the I
he wondered why the fantistic I city a portion of the cost I Meanwhile, almost everyone except -
material was not worked into a) West yesterday on the Steamship charged to the consumers. From city without any bonded indebt- MARS HALLS COME TO KEY i; opinion that the fire was. of incendiary the nine justices are asking

comic ballad Cuba.: this there will be an income of edness or taxes against: its citizens j" origin. This opinion is just what the unprecedented dissent -
or a popular song, A large number of relatives and the ultimate ofa WEST TO SPEND WIN arrived at, he says because of the
he uad only to look at the news Amado: Perez, 57, died 2:30 I several tens of thousands of dol- prospect by the three justices im-
and friends of the family met the wholly tax free community rapidity with which the flames
from Europe. o'clock yesterday afternoon in the lars annually (a very appreciable a TER VACATIONS. plies. And there are as man
arrival. The marble gained headway that
British the ; residence, 905 Simonton street. boat on t income) to the city. This should great and prosperous future indicating varying opinion. Some are ro"-
warships patrolling sarcophagus was placed in the awaits Key West." the interior of the place had been
Funeral services being held serve to reduce taxes. fident it is forerunner of alignment -
Mediterranean, Italian troops are I I a
mortuary vehicle of the Pritchard saturated with some highly in-
massing in Libya (bordering i 4:30 o'clock this afternoon from I Funeral Home and conveyed to the Period Of Operation L A. Marshall, editorial and 1. flammable material. on the basic constitutional

Egypt), Egyptian nationalists the residence Rev. Perez officiat cemetery where it was interred in "The proposed contact contem- KEY \WEST GROUPLEAVINGSUNDAY resort writer of the Detroit News.Detroit. I t Asked if the building carried issues of AA/L!/ Others are equa'S''
the of the
rioting in protest against "British ing.Pritchard's I the family plot. plates operation plant :Mictu, Mrs Marshall and any insurance, Chief Baker said positive the three dissenting; justices

domination" of their country. Ro- Funeral Home is in i Mrs. Toledo is survived by the for twenty-five years, duringwhich 1 Mrs. Dixon Lewis, arrived over I t he understood it was insured for merely were approving th:

mans demonstrating against Englishmen charge of arrangements.Mr. I, husband, Mariano Toledo and five time! the operating company I the highway last night and are approximately $15,000.GILFONDS order of congress and the fub-w-
Perez is survived by his I will pay in full the cost of construction contention of the -
located R. H. Noble
-these caught JohnSmith's children Haldo, Elio, Ida, Eloina and interest in the apart- quent government
eye because of the physical widow Mrs. Virginia Perez; two i and Elda Toledo, now residents I thereon, ments at the Air Station.Mr. counsel that processor first

action. sons, Manuel and Delio Perez; .: of Tampa. Two sisters, Mrs. without one cent of expense to 'I MESDAMES PEACON, OTTO : Marshall proposes to re- DUE pay the taxes and me for them
the At the end oft the
daughters Mrs. Angelina city. found invalid.
Economic Preaa.reThe even I Ramon de la Cuesta, of Key West; main in Key West untli after the later-if AAA is
Draper. .Mrs. Kermit Kerr, Mrs. I ty-five year period, the plant will AND ELGIN GOING TO holidays when he will leave for Dinner Check Plus
action of minds, as diplomats Mrs. Mercedes Perez de Bado of be turned over to the city of Key, HERE SUNDAY
Jose Ponce, Mrs. Gonzalo Guzman Jose Mexico and Nicaragua on assign There were inward chuckle in
Havana. Two
wore themselves weary attempting Misses Carmen, Sarah and. brothers l West free and clear of all en- MIAMI Jim" Farley's -
D1Ch'Irs.. Marshall and Mrs. I Washington at "Big
West Bias
Perez Rosendo
to swing world opinion Ercitia Perez. Also 14 grand' Perez Rosendo, of Key ;. I I cumbrances. in good repair and Lewis will spend the winter season appeal to the young Demo-
against; Italy and at the same time i children.All I with the right to use without here. !I XL E. Gil fond, district director crats in an attempt to enlist the

safeguard their own countries' interests of the survivo-s: are of Key --- royalty the Sieplein-Scott Processes I Mrs. George; Peacon will leave of the local WPA, will return to support of four million of themin

was not superficially, !'OI West except Mrs. Gczman, who is on the extraction of fresh over the highway tomorrow morn- MiiSiiONSALVATGEj Key West over the highway tomorrow a drive to make Jackson Day.

interesting, but it did result a resident of Tampa.WARBLER LAST CHANCE!II' ," water and salt from sea water, ing for M'ami: accompanied by afternoon, accompanied]January 8th, the largest and meat
the first time in history in 52 na- as .they have been developed and Mrs. Minnie Otto and Mrs. A. C. r by lira. Gilfond, the district of-1,impressive party demonstration

tions "cracking down"* on anotheras improved up to that time. Thus Elgin. DIEDjDECEMBER 20 fice here was advised this morn- ever held in the United States.

an aggressor. \ GOES AUCTION. SALEiENDS : after the expiration of the proposed Mrs. Peacon goes to join Mr.: IIg. "Big Jim"" made his appeal over

Remembering his own meatless \i contract, the city of Key Peacon who is located in Miami I ; following a conference with the lonegst and most extensive
wheatless, sugarless days in' TO AID VESSELWrecking ; West will own its water. plant free with the Railway Express Com- state WPA officials in Jacksonville I telephone circuit ever set up in

1917-18, John Smith wondered SPECIAL OFFERINGS and clear and without the expenditure pany. Mrs. Elgin will join Mr.
how long Italy could withstand theeconomic I Wrist Watches, Dolls, Toys, J of a dollar and will operate Elgin who has established his i{ I rest, preparing for the heavy winter I,the Union being included.

pressure. Cocktail Sets Chinaware Comb < a manufacturing plant whose customs brokerage business there.;i iI I announcing the death of his sister season which is now under! But, plead Farley "in order
I Tug Warbler sailed income will be more than sufficient and Mrs.. Otto will epend the I Mrs. Ellen J. Monsalvatge in in Key West J
and Brush Sets Etc. way II that every JacksoflT day parti-
10:30 o'clock last night for the to eliminate any taxes what-I holidays. I II Overbrook Pa.. December 20. 1 1i I i cipant may feel that he or she 11!
I Cuban Coast to give assistance to FREE: Diamond Ring and < soever for maintenance of the While in Miami Mrs. Otto will Mrs. Monsalvat- was a former
indeed of material assistance
p i the Norwegian; Steamship Spind. many other prizes be the guest of her son-in-law and I resident of Key West, having re- Santa Claus In Person i to being the Democratic: the-

$ tagrdm Si The canas received early in I city."Jn other words, at the end of I daughter. and Mrs. M. P. De- moved her residence elsewhere Will arrive Monday and be at' price of your dinners should party bo

the evening from the company'sNew FRANK JOHNSON I twenty-five years the city will own Boo, son and daughter-in-law Dr. many years ago. this .tor.reet the kiddies':
awl k.44JH ( worked out bash winch will
York office directing the j I a wa er and salt plant costing and Mrs. Os:ood Otto and another -I.I.I She has a large number of between 5OO and 6OO .o'clock on a

WHISKIES AND GINS Warbler to proceed to the assist Colonial Hotel Bldg. I I much more than $800,000 with eon and daughter-in-law.' friends here who will be exceedingly : permit forwarding a part of what

ance of the ship v.hcih"as in its additions and improvements I Assistant State Attorney Joseph grieved on- learning) her J, R. STOWERS CO. I every diner pays t* Ute*"' Deatocrhtic
distress near Ncevitas. [and will forever have no need to Otto and. Mrs Otto. :I demise. national committee.





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.w CHRISTMAS THOUGHTSOnce 1 U.00000.0.0..000000.00.7fllE r '', .......................AToday's
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it KEY WEST IN WEATHER : / Horoscope

'PubU.bfod Dan" E1 > a'ay By again the people of 'Key West: us >TMB' :rinrriT COURT tor THB
.... THE CITIZEN' Pl'BLISUlAU: COQ !>C. '; iDA YS GONE BY 1 I 1.e..o..aa..0.. ELE"F.NTH JIDiriAL. CIRCCIT
;I ........................
F. AttTMAN. PmUeat are responding to 'the of 'Christma : OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA.
L. spirit /: (By MAUR1NE"WILLIAMS'
JOE "LL.:\. A..Istaat '-1__ )Looter. 1 Happening '''HerJ..tt 10 Ye.n Lowest Highest I j'I Today's native has a somewhati I IN AM FOR MO\KOK 'OC*TV.i .
a season of joy that 'is'linked with the observance A 'A "Taken Oft would I speak of joyous i i lavish disposition which ''I CH4iCRRY-
From Tbe CHI* Bo.t ring -" (o Today 'Fr. Station last night ''ot; 24 hours 'things.Like may cause I:I i William Carry SOB. Company,
Comer Greene ant ADD SUeetaOnly'Dafly of 1-"U. Flic. Of The Citlsea I Abilene ..-...- 42 50 I I I 1 I him trouble. The mind seems to a corporation organized under
a precious religious event. I .. beauty, nature 'love and i i I the lava of the State of
Atlanta 16 34 I
u : have considerable force and thereis I' Florida Complainant,
Newspaper In Key Welt and "Monroe The happiness and cheer that .. 16 songs--
per- Bostcm 36 I va
County. Through the courtesy of the -- I i That rise in me, a strong sense for a direct and Percy A. Cook and Beatrice D.
'Buffalo -I !
meates human hearts at this and Tidewater Construction company, I And lie '1 (Cnok Hefeiidant
Rnterrd \Key st, Flrrlda.second class matter season on my lips trembling honest course in life; but thereis
: Charleston 24 44 I' ORDER OF PtTBUCATIOX
the Boca Chica road will be ---- I
But dumb.I .
l-Tl-SIXTH' TEAR makes its .preflce 'evident in Key West 'is open Chicago .. '0 ,6I I I am a twist in the condition which It apprarraic: by the sworn tTt
to traffic the 1I01idays.This .e stated
during i I l filed in the above cause "'.it
a M n"'r-of vice jiMoelated-- Preaa a product'of an unselfish,solicitude!for'the statement was made this! I DenTer _.___ 20 ::5<1 ,'' find no words tnwhich to praise under adverse aspects may over Percy A. Cook and Beatrice! I> ,("no.k.
Detroit .__... 6 the defendant thereto named urn
the Associated pren ia exclusively entitled to use happiness of others .and a somewhat !spon- morning when the superintendent .J6 'j I The charm and grandeur- the throw 'all the benefits derived dt"h reMffrat* of eke town cti
for repnbllcatlon of all news dispatches credited to of the s-IJ that Key I Galveston ._-- .t6 5oI : trees. from honest and patient toil. :! Scotch Plain in the Stair of Nw
it or not otherwise credited In tUa paper and also taneous surge of ''the spirit of helpfulness.In company' I Havano\ __ 64 -... 'I I Jrrrer That the said Percy A.
Westers ;rill 'be permitted to But when 1
here.AG1TIOh4A1'ELYWiiiAI 'gaze I
local upon
te news published : Cook and Beatrice D Cook are Back
: West :there exhibitions Huron" ._____ 10 14 I .. .. .. ..
'Key fare many' -utilize: the Toad 'on Thursday and ; I boughs 1EGALSOTICE over the age of 11 It Is. Ifc r f r.I
'lactsonTilJe .. 26 48 'I I ordered that the Said Perrr A. C.ok I
) of this 'commendable 'interest in Friday of this! week. Six carloadsof KEY'WEST 54 73. f My heart bows warm- I land Beatrice D. Cook non-re-.Inl i
f ASSOCIATION machinery are on the way toKey i\ strange peace comes!!, to !soothe i i defendants be and they are ST. U
1.1 other human :\: OF MASTER'S! !I.toLE I
beings. Baskets
:v of food will Los Angeles 54 72 the
I -- hereby required to appear 10
'C/YLent. L-C. 1935SCBSCRIPTIO West to be used in construc- I lonely souLI that
my Notice H hereby given on-
I i __.. __ 36 fig. I I Bill .f Complaint rued In paid raupi
be 'distributed to bring into homes Miami I der and by virtue of a certain order!,
joy tion of the boulevard on which 1 I i 1 on or before Monday the Cth 4a> < f

One Tear ____!_! _._..._.__..__.____HATES_____ :-S10.00 where little mouths might otherwise be active construction will Start Minneapolis''Orleans__ 34 2 X46 6 feel the poignant beauty of the 1 tans I made decree and -entered of foreclosure on the Z and ttb vale day i,I'.January.ll...atiom, A.. of D. said 1130, Bill otherwise mill; th 1-s<
Six Months ..___ ._._' ._._ EOO I about January 1. :i New ro e. of IMS. tn and bythe I taken 'no ce.rteseti by said drendaDta. ,'-
Three Month __________________ 1-60.. empty and hundreds of toys will be distributed New York ___. 16 36 ,It's velvet I I Circuit rcr-; of the EleventhJudicial .
One Month ___....___...... -- .. .IS I Pensacola .__ 26 '4-I petals warm my aching Circuit of the State of 'It Is farther ordered that th'II'
Weekly _.._._._, -._ ____ JtO to bring happiness into the heartsof Two of the seaplanes which! I heart. I Ida In and for Monroe. Flor.1 I Order be paMfened An 'e each week
__ .4 22
i pittsburgh And would speak of this abroad. Chancery, in a cause therein for four consecutive" weeks In The
little children who would otherwise be I made the to the North Pole 1 log wherein Jesse I_ Alley andFlorence
ADVERTISING RATES I trip : St. Louis -.---... 14 18 I Key West Citizen, a eeWapap*r pullinhed >-
Made known on application. forgotten 'by Santa Claus, the great saint j last :October in the McMillan par-j j Falt'Lake"City' 16 38i But no forth.Mylipsare voice. cornea! to send words 1(l plaintiffs 11.and Alley George, his W. Hat'bin-I I in said County and State
This :3th flay of November A. D.
SPECIAL NOTICE of all childhood. ty arrived in the city this afternoon -;i San Francisco 46 64 nnn and the wife of the .. 1535.
All cards of thaaka, resolution of' I the to Cuba where i I sealed W. Hutchinson, whoa name la un SEAL ROSS SAWYER,
reading notices on way Seattle ..._____ 38 50 I ( )
r*.pr t, obituary notices, etc will be charged for at The Citizen hopes that all of its read- For I am dumb. known Michael Klllacky, If living.and. Clerk Circuit Court.rwjRExdfe .
-the rate of 10 cents a line. I they will be used in aerial survey i! Tampa __......... 32 'Q2 if dead the heirs devisee.'I 'It,. ZSAWYER,
Notice- for entertainments by churches from which ers will participate in the activities hat_ work. In the party which started Washington _. 14 34Williston grantees .or other claimants under I. Dspaty Clerk'
Key West! Fla. the raid Michael Ktllacky.: deceased
revenue Is to be derived are .fi eenla a line. December novlO.: dec7-14-21
out from Philadelphia : __ 18 30Temperatures' and the wife of the said Michael,
The Citizen Is an open forum and invites discus- center around'Christmas and that they will I --- December! 21, 1935. -
sion of public Issues and sublect of local or'general 11, are A. C. Nold, who was in the Klllacky, whose name la .unknown'
'interest but It will not publish acr .1: "1:1: eommunl-t share the blessings that come with such a :I McMillan and Lieutenant i! are defendants foreclosure of lien I 1C THE ClBCriT C01."RTOF TiiF'ELEYETiI
'caU_.. party 00..................... lof tax sale certificates, the UnderI -. JUDICIAL CIRCriTOP
'good undertaking. Naturally the children SchilVischnre. Others In the par-|,' .1 I signed Special Master in Chancery, THE STATE OP FLORIDA
11 ty are Lieutenant H. W. Taylor, Highest _______...._.....____73 'Today Tn History C I I will offer for sale and will sell atl 1 I T* AND: TOR )iOYROE'COUNTT.

( >>f the 'community look upon Christ- I J. ,F. Winter S. M. Daniels and Lowest .______.....--..__........____....54 :j!!public the highest outcry and, for best cash bidder I In hand at ,the to'!!I Nina Ferrari Plaintiff

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KL*' WEST mas as a time of receiving gifts, but our G. L. Williams. Mean ._---.-......--.-..62i 50..5..0.5..0.e.51620Pilgrim j: front door of the County Court I 4 i vs.
ADVOCATED 'BY {THE CITIZEN adult ,population should find its greatestjoy I +i j jThs Normal Mean _........_*_. ..--:-70 :Fathers landed 1 I i House In the of City Monroe. of Key County West., Florida Florida., i j i John Jacques OF'PVBLICAION F "iant.
at>> Plymouth Mass.1798Virginia of I I ORDER:
: Rainfall [during the legal sale. on
--:; in the fine art of generous giving. Governor Cobb had a 'full I ; : Monday, the (th day of January, A. :I It appearing by the sworn bill
list yesterday when the Yesterday's Precipitation ::0 Ins. D. 193C following I describedland filed in the abovo stated caaae that
'I. Water'and Sew-rac&| "While most of our'churches will celebrate'Christmas vessel I i Normal Precipitation ___ .05 Ins. and 'KentuckY iua\\ lying and being in the! John Jacques Ferrari the defendant
l left for Havana and
more County of Monroe, State of Florida.I herein named la a noa-resident nf
'2. Bridges 'to jet" plcte .Koad to Main as the 'natal day of Jesus J I thin: fifty persons trho were unable !: .'TklrrrmT*'.,: .' h .*..r-rm.1_.." IhS 31-koMr. MwfBlMK._.:... Government's resolutions criticizing Federal to-wit: I the State of Florida, and that ha
'Taver- resides at Ith Avenge in tho
increasing powers. Lot Thirteen OJ of OH
Christ and accommodations :'
,,, stage some special program to to secure '
land. j I I Tomorrow'. Almanac nier Cove a subdivision according city of New York and State of NewTork

.."1" I. commemorate that event, the spirit of were 'forced to remain in Key!!I I Sun rises ..______...._.__ .7:08 a. m. to plat thereof recordedIn and that' t. the aid John Jartjues -
S. Free iSrtT I t West until tomorrow. The Cobb's :!' 1807 'Embargo Act by Congress = Plat Book One (1) at pap Ferrari over the age of1
Christmas is broad enough 'to include Sun sets -' 5:44 p. m. 193. Monroe County, Florida, year; it ia therefore ordered that
4. ;hotels 'and i Apartment. people capacity is 448. The Northland is ,: Moon rises ..., '4:11 a. m. forbiding all foreign eommerceEnJttish Public Records the said John Jacques Ferrari, nonresident -
I of all religions and to extend 'even to i booked to sail tomorrow and already : --- and French( then defendant be and h. i ia
I 'i: Moon sets ..___.._..._ 3:05 p. m. andLot Fourteen (H) of Taver- hereby required to appear to th'
5. 'Bathing Pav"'Dn.:: those who profess to have none. More bookings: of 478 passengers I'j I Winter solstice '(Win-' at war. seized American ships nler Cove a subdivision according Bill of Complaint filed In said rau-.i
I have been made and the train from j I and this to show 'Europe her de- to plat thereof recordedIn On or before Monday, the *th day
'6. Lar.d .
Airports and S
: !& over, real Christians will find opportunitiesto Miami has another large number I! ter commences) pendence on American foodstuffs.: Plat Book One (1) at page of January A. D. l"C. otherwisethe ..
of aid Bill will h
Consolidation 22nd 1:37 p. m. "J. Monroe County. Florida. aHecratfon
7. of and' I
4 County City i the best the Curan which will taken said de
give expression to teachings for capital Tomorrow Tide I Public Records. a. confessed! by
_, .Government. I take on the Northland. I II i sdian Maritime Provinces, East- Dated December 7, 1S3S. fendant.It
? the founder of their faith by exhibiting a II passage I A.M. ").)1.f WILLIAM V. ALBURY. Is further' ordered that this
{ I port. Me., 29.34 inches, and has Order be
each week
Special Master In Chancery.W. published once
spirit of tolerance, based upon an abiding I f High __..___.._...- 8:13 7:09 fallen over the Plains States; CURRY HARRIS, for four f'Mt.E'e1Itt'f'e weeks In The
Science has so far I I ? The Steamship: Winico, from Low ....__.___ ____._.. 1:36 12:36 ,the Solicitor for Plaintiff Key West Citizen newspaper published -
failed .to find a love of and for mankind. New Orleans, is !lying at anchorin Barometer 8 .. todaytSea nhile western high 'pressurearea dec7-14-21-fl; Jan 4IV fn tald Comity and Statr
salve-to allay he itch for office. Before concluding this discussion of the harbor awaiting a berth at level 30.14.tn hasxeaketeJ and moved 1JJ5.This Htla day of Novenber. A. T>.
I'I'I eastward, exten ling 'from the THE 'COtXTT ;JUDGE'S COURT
I of the docks. The ship is (SEAL) ROSS C. BAWTHR
the Christmas season, one's thoughts inevitably !. one to thi and is Lake rejricn southward over the I\ AND FOR ']IO\ROE COl;: TV. Clerk Circuit Court.
consigned sport sup- FLOHIUA. PROBATE '
the 'of "Peace East G-If and South Atlantic
The fellow who coined the term "idle turn to song on posed to discharge: at the Florida In re: Estate of Deputy Clerk

rumor" had a queer idea of idleness. Earth" associated with the angels of long i j East Coast Terminal dock However States. 'Louisville. K,.., 'and Na:h-'t OSBUL.LONG SUMMERS LONG Def' (0.UcL 8.1 nOYH; deri-t4-:1.25

i it is believed that the ship I ( 8 p. m.. Sunday) rifle Tenn., 30.28 inches. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
ago. 'That the world is far from a realization maybe forced to deliver her cargoat Key West and Vicinity: Fair mow has occcrrei during the last all creditor and all ,persona | Subscribe to The Citizen.
of this happy must be admit- and( continued cod! SunContiraed 24 hours from New York southward having claim or demand against i
The doctrine of individual liberty implies augury I some other dock as there is no tonight; aid Estate: i
1 J over 'weste-Ti t Virginia and You and each of you are hereby
the minimum ted but that a spirit of peace is alive j space at the FEC.
of governmental inter- there have been light; to moder- notified and required to present any' KEY WESTCOLONIAL
throughout the world is an omen of hopeto J claims and demands which: you, or i(
ference.A ate rains from Arizona eastward: either of you. may have against the '
which the eyes of men and women can i E. W. Priest, who has a con- over portions of Texas, and in estate of OSBUL. SUMMERS LONG,i 'HOTEL
I tract for oiling and resurfacingabout cold deceased, late of Monroe County,
turn with faith. Eventually, men and! 30 miles of road: on Key Oklahoma. reasonably Florida to the Hon. Hugh Gann In the Center of the Easine
book will I
concern publish novels weather "has overspread: the country County Judge of Monroe County, at1
women will learn to dwell on the face of j Largo is working day and nightt from the Miss'ssippi Valley'' his office in the County Courthouse I! 'and Theater District
with washable Some of the insides o'a
covers. and making remarkable progress. : in Monroe County Florida within
the earth in peace and as individuals,:each j eastward with a cold wave and: eight calendar month from the '
may need cleansing more. One powerful dragline elevator freezing temperatures In central date of the first publication hereof.All First CIasFZrprool-
of us ,has an obligation to so conduct our- has!! cleared a 60-foot right of way j I claims and demands not presented SeiuibU Rata
Florida: aid light frost southward i within
: the Urn and in the
selves as to bring closer the days when to Angler's Park. A machine of to Miami; whi'e temperatures j manner prescribed herein shall be
Resolutions, we are advised, will be similar is working at the barred law. .
type provided by Garage Elevator
hearts.SENATORS' have moderated in the Plains
shall 'live in all human
peace and is Dated December 14. A. D. IMS. I
northern end of the key I I E
the same in 1936 as in Ion. cr years; some- ColdTonight Warmer A. ELWINA LONG
thing like party platfonrs.' clearing the area where the-road Tomorrowday States.'t.; S. KENNEDY. An Administratrix of the Estate of Popular Pric.
EXPENSES to the mainland encroaches on the Oebul Summers Long Deceased I Idecl421J8 I
Officer in
Charge. Ins; Janf. '19IC
island. Other activities are being I 'partly cloudy and slightly .

A London woman who kept her marriage I carried on at different sections warmer; moderate: northerly winds
'Considerable comment has been and some of the, machinery is j becoming variable Sunday. C111'I.I'IIIIIII'IIII6."IIIIIIII..IIr..l1't
a secret for 20 must have hada
years caused by the publication in the New York !! using!' three gangs on eight-hour, Florida: Fair and continued

mighty sorry looking husband. shifts. cold except slightly warmer on
Times of some items in the expense account
I I immediate north and central coasts!!! 0 + ,
of the United States Senate, including $44- At this time a movement 'is on tonight heavy to killing, frost and 1'II'.IIIII.J11 Sr4

Somebory: ought to send Ripley that 147 for stationery, $64,000 for restaurant j: foot to run a spur of the Florida I freezing lower over interior to : 111111"1. S

tory of the WPA worker who was fined meals $8,000 for barber bills and $6,350 East Coast Railway from Trumbo extreme southern peninsula; Sunday ,11111.1:
Island down to four of the com- partly cloudy and not cold.
:for: being in a hurry.-Fort :Myers News- ti I so
for mineral waters. ,mercial 'wharves In order to increase Jacksonville to :Florida Straits

Press Minor items include 500 aspirin tab- the docking! facilities of the Modert-te!' northerly wnjds, becoming -'

lets, three pounds of bicarbonate of soda, city. George Morris has been I i variable Sunday and ,general- \ q
chosen! chairman of a committee s Iv fair weather tonight; and Sun-
Sweden shames American inventive five gallons of witch hazel and small to meet with Captain 'Clark D. ,

genius by making sugar out of sawdust. amounts of bromoseltzer, soda mint tab- Steams, U. S. Nand Captain J.I day.East Calf: Gentle to moderate L Dohs

The best we cando, : 'is to convert it into lets and medicated alcohol. 7. *M her, U. S. A., to work out northerly winds, becoming easterly \ ecI11.ea1j

breakfast food. plan for making'the necessary ar to southerly Sunday; partly ,
While the amount involved in all these rangements. overcast weather tonight and

'. :. :' '! senatorial perquisites is not 'sufficient to overeacst, Sunday.WEATHER .,

: }Ve are glad that business: is improv- become a matter of national concern, >it Eleven thousand 1 pieces!! of '

ing; "if it-had: ( gotten *shy*worse* there are looks as if bills 'for purely personal expenses Italian granite has! been contracted -I CONDITIONS -, "'.- '" ;. s
for during the coming year by _
thousands # > I. ,.1 .. .
of people, who would have might well be :paid by the Senators the Florida East Coat. according Pressure is low this morningover ..'.l." it : ':I.l ;.' ttI ;:t'l ,

take to writing poetry.. _. themselves. The example of such petty to a statement made T v Agent L 'the ''northeastern -portion ''of h'i. -T *f '\ ;-

sponging is not E. Spencer, of the FEC. About !; the country toith a ''disturbance'of :
thirty ships are expected to arrive over
j marked intensity the'Can-
The Hilliard Hen Florida's smallest Referring to the 500 aspirin tablets fit this port with the granit which {, : *'

newspaper; has increased in, size from I consumed by the solons, the Times thinks will be shipped to Hollywood. Itj I! street. Rev. E. 'L "Ley of ;"Ley ,

three columns to four.-Tines-Union. How that these "do not represent the total is expected that 4000 ears will,be ,i Memorial\ church 'will officiate: .
used to haul the shipments.
come the increase did it lay an ? 1 j ..
egg I of headache which the Senate has In one of the fastest and most '

cost the country." I Mist Sarah L, Sands and Dewey |j hotly contested ''basketball game

Brisbane advises ir"estors to buy good I Buckley will be married'tomorrow I j played in Key West in many moons v

real estate, and to be sure what they buy: ...ee..s.en.e..e.e.... evening. The ceremony will be !'' the visiting Havana University
performed 'at 'the home Of the'bride's team defeated the Coral Islanders
to be good. That's the tick, no ere can THE WORLD FOR GOD" parents 517 Margaret i j last night by a score of 41 to '23.

be sure what is good and \,Lat is not good : -- -, _. '-- ---

reaT estate. I "He gave His only begotten Son." r

__ ___ --John, 316.'

Beyond a 'certain number, potatoes: I cs....................e..1This For CHRISTMAS ,and I

are :now forbidden fruit, and forbidden'I earth comes nearer being God's I

fruit tastes best. Bootlegged spuds, when world at Christmas time than at any other' the NEW YEAR IT0YSGiftsSeth

prepared, will hive: a rare delightful time during the year.

aroma and a more delicious relish. People "made in the image and likeness -

; of God," act more like 'their ,Maker GIVE THEM SAVINGS: ACCOUNT

When Congress convenes President". than at other times. Their-hearts are filled .
Kothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings s
Roosevelt will <'se farther public ; with love for
prop a their fellowmen, they-radiate j i-
Account. Start with for him "for
one us today as .

works emerg ncy outlay of approximately t kindness and good wi l. Earth-for a few ;' little as one ,(dollar. From time to time 'add to it. Florida ,extracting & Engineering Co. j*
$500,000,000. The item interest days-is
01 greatest l something like we all expect i I When graduation and college come along he will

to Floridians is the inclusion of a sum' Heaven to be.
i 'be prepared for them. He will soon'learn the les;

to continue work on the sh'p canal. Why not Tn.ake it a 'twelvemonthChristmas t son that it is not what you earn but what you save 1 Phone 598 White ra3 fea'Streets

- a World For God( all during i that makes wealth. 'j '"Yoar home is worthy of the "best"

Money ought never be "the" consideration 1936 I

marriage, but it ought always There is a way and 'the way involves 1 ,'" .

be "a" consideration. Money is a' only 'two persons, ourself and the Son of t The First,National Bank 'of Key West t. :

necessary evil, if there ever was one, and God:l. 'the Infant of Bethlehem whose :ad- ., rl"1"1"I'.I'I'.I' S

when a boy and 'girl don't flunk enough vent we all celebrate at 'Christmas time. Member of the Federal Reserve e : .lI.JIT.I'.I' ..

about money before .marriage, they're:0- The way is not clouded or "hard to Member. of the Federal 'Deposit Insurance tT'III'IIIr""IIIIII..lII.I'III".lII.l

ing to have to think} very much abcut "it t. 'f*: 2 3.! 1t Is so plain that a wayfaring man Corporation ,
after the knot '5 tied. ': can see it. TII"




MM M Uer HIVM tree iartM V fttVM MtVU MM* 1M Lot BAKERS LOSE 'FIRSTBASKEIBALL 'i r-u[- wise Man" -with views 'on the ............*.. ....--.
I NEVER MIND 1Hi LADY [lantern I.

I Play day, Tuesday at 4 to 6 Toddy'sBir'thflays

,&S3&6ff-Oov/4: Garth. t .. GAME;:I 1 1t p. m. PRESENT CANTATASunday .... ....... ... .
Mnm MNO IM IAOT Mo day, 23rd at 5 p. 'm.,

'STFOPSIS: On 'lU'woy (. 't\t sands of miles from home what they TIGERSDOWN\ WPA r FIRST METHOD1ST CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL 1 CHURCH 'I I Christmaa Tree with program. Jewish Henrietta leader Said, born of in Baltimore Palestine.,
capital Ie'.c. .*at w ....... .. 75
important ihlf tnt ./ ..910'- thought'of the Foreign Service and tDAT evening, December 22.at .| )ears ago.
ject to H.tttd in hi* tnginetrina pro- the answer would probably make the Corner Simonton and 'Eaton Sts 6.7 "William' Street SEVENTH ADVENTIST '7:30 o'clock the choir of the I _
.rtA yeUM* river.
Terry ITiUett at0pa' 4a Propfonrtr Secretary of State blush into his i MANY RECORDS HUNG 'UP BY: John B. Culpepper, Jr.,;Pastor I E. Richard Evans, !Pastor CHURCH First Methodist (Stone) Church I II '
-es4 FMCVM .. .U Mead Tommy portfolio. 'Church' \ "school bt } U. S. Senator Lynn J. Fnzier
Sfttdf, from a Potltignttt attatm. SUnday opens Sunday school, t 45 .. m. will present the cantata "That
Ht it not at .*. -mertcom ..*- Take a good look at him Allaire," WINNERS: 'OF SECOND CONTESTs '10:00 a. hi, .under leadership of t "Morning Worship:"At: 11'o'clock.' (Colored) Glorious Song" by Wilson. :; of North Dakota born m Steele!
bass to **. capital m>mo Gtorfft Fox. tht attarht. And TOTAL OF "SSVENTY-i general super-. 'Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. tn. The theme of "That Glorious
'Pos it tn eosvertatioa.ettA a roost might be in JalL""Is intendent. Each department meets' and Emma Streets
Evening I7i30 -
'worship o'clock.Included j
Song" is of
j I a song! praise to God
whott itAUalrt.
charming girl namt I 'William
that the penalty.she Perkins Pastor
inquired SEVEN POINTS SCORED i I j in its own assembly room. j in this our of worship e for the gift of His tonly .Song.
"for socking somebody" G. Williams Leader Edward Hanf Tf 4mI of New
service at 11 m.' ll'be Missionary
Worship a.
;; 1r 'a violin solo by 'Williami Jesus' Christ
Chapter Six "It all depends said Fo-..Allire ,- ,I'Subject: "'Back 'to Bethlehem." i Roberts. George 'Mills White Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 The choir has been rehearsing j York anther, torn at Dexter, N.
FATEFUL MEETINGWILLETT.'all West. Terry. She loves to throw Epworth meeting at o'clock. Y., ee years! ag o.
League ;will sing "Comfort Ye" from
Two fast and exciting' ; faithfully fop -severalweeks in an
rocks through greenhouses and ride games Church services 11 o'clock in
6:30 'Miss Ida : ,
right. p: m. Kerr presi-f Handel's Messiah, and another effort to present the cantata in
ninety miles an hour. I were played last night at the the morning.
he aowrHe solo to be selected. the best manner 'possible, it is i j Dr. Edward C. EHiott pI"P.'Jidf'IIt -
the billiard of the Willett jammed his hands in his High School members of "o'clock. Prayer meeting "Wednes
was In room Gym1' 'Evening service at 7:30 The choir will" ing the three every stated. f1l P r4e Uaftr., born m

Legation Club waiting for Novaes coat pockets 'and 'regarded her in' the Island City Winter 'Basketball There will be no preaching.! The anthems: "The 'Song;, In the 'Air" day' night at 7:30 p. m. Soloists for the occasion areas Chicago 61 years' ,
to come back and get hIs arm broken tently. As she drew'on her cigaret. ,I choir 'will render a Cantato en- by Carrie B. Adams "The Y-: P., M. T. S. meeting, 5:30o'clock age.
League. I ; Lightis follows: Sirs. Minnie II. Robinson
the t -
unless the Senor Fox slight glow raced tbe short I
appeared."Is I
I i ii titled, "That 'Glorious Son*. Come"1J.4 William-Earl Brown p. m. Sirs John B. Jr.
straight line of her nose deepened For the first time since play in ; Culpepper, ,
he smiling Fox asked surprisingly. I The choir 'has been preparing "Sing/0 Heaven" byE.: K. Hey- I Mrs. Wm. H. Sands Lawrence Riefcey of Washing-!
the shadows'of'ber and Wil- sopranos;
eyes this legane began, the 'Busy Bee $ETHEL'A.'M.'E. CHURCH
j tea D. C- onetime
', I ; ser. Mrs N. P. Nelson Mrs. E. W. secretary to
Tones 'looked positively aston Eaters went dwon in dof eat. Thin several 'I I
; Presrfeat He ver. torn at Harrisburg -
ished. ; I I Wednesday evening at 6:30 : Colored Etheridge, Miss Vanessa Collins,

But yes Senoi.- he returned. : was accomplished by :the Ilijrh: I, Mid-week prayer and 'praise!! o' lock. Children 'of the Sunday 'Corner Division( and)Thomas Sts. altos; Harold R. Pinder, bass; Pa., 50 years ago.

"With the mouth yes. But with the t School quintet in the first contest .! service on Wednesday at 8:00'p.m. School will ''have their Christmas I H. :R. Hill pastor Gerald Saunders, tenor. i

eyes,'ah. no, Sefior.Name of a name i : by a score of 36 to 16. Choir program. There "will be-a Christ rehearsal 'Friday evening
eiior Fox.but be would tare broken rt The 'marvelous 'team-work of I I at '7:45 'o'clock.on }Irs. Joseph-I mas tree. I Preaching, 11 a. m. CHURCH 'PAGEANTSUNDAY tor, born 56 years age.I .
the damn-
arm by !
: the School boys aided tremendously 'Gera'd' Saunders I Junior A. C. E. League meet
"Smiling 'eh?" Fox fluttered, as'ft ; Sawyer, organist; SAINT 'PAUL.S CHURCH

starting ,to solve ''a geometer/ s I! in their victory 'over the undefeated -i i choir director. I, at Senior 5:3O'p.A.m.C. E. League meetsat EVENING I! FLYwith

problem.) "Means he's going Into ac- 'f Dough boys. 1 i Corner Duval ;and 'Eaton 'Streets' 6:15 ,
tion. He's going to sock somebody LEY MEMORIAL M. 'E. j, p. m. the-
in the Sundays
I highest scoring service 8
Be turned ickly to Allaire shakIng 1 Evening p. m. PAN AMERICAN PLANE
qt 'CHURCH. SOUTH the last month the i
'Wood- Morning Prayer, 6:45 m. During
made J. V. Weekly Services
I game was by f
his head ruefully. No Change In Rates
I Mass (Communions), 7 a. 'm young people of the Trinity Presbyterian
7:30 Class.
"Feel like a fireman he com- son. who was credited 'With five p. m.. Make Reservations by Phone
Rev. 'Pastor :Mass for Church School church have been
t M. L. Smith, the .
'mented. There's a third alarm in 3 Friday, 7t30: p. m., choir rehearsaL
the billiard room. There are all e : field goals and two free throws.. Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I 9:30: a. m. paring a pageant entitled pre-I! Telephone 620

kinds of smiles'In this'world-" Score by 'quarters: Total Church school at 9:45: 'a. m.. Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. Pageant of the Birth" which: Regular Planes Miami-Key

"He's going to sock somebody." High School 7 12 10 7-36 with Albert H. Carey, superinten- 'Evensong ''Prayer, Sermon S SAINT PETER'S CHURCH be shown Sunday evening at 7:30 I I I West Airways, Inc.
Daily Except Friday
'Allaire was looking at him'fneyest- |Busy "Bees 065 ;5-16 dent.'Morning'worship! Benediction, 8 p. m. -- o'clock. -
edly. "Not you. by any chance. Ambassador u 'at 11 o'clock. Week'Days The cast is composed of fifty RATE. ONE WAY $7.50

?" f Free throws,'missed: Thompson Subject: "The Christmas Gift of Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. '(Colored) persona in costume. Seats will be ;, Leave Key West 4 p. m., Ar

2 Hernandez 1, Ed. Woodson Center ;Street, Between PeVonta reserved for visitors. i rive Miami 5-SO p. m.
"No,but he musm.aBoct anybody"be l'j the Ages.: Mass 7 a. m. I !!

explained. "He told,me that It he f I Young People's Department has Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. and Olivia Fast Comfortable Safe

ever intended to start any trouble Hy In the second game the Park I I its morning session in the Division A second Mass on Wednesdays, Mass Solemn, 8'Evensong a. m. and Benediction I CHRISTMAS EVE i If I
with the coffee
company big shots street school building with :Miss 9 a. m. f ...
he'd let me"know first. He's just politely Tigers hung up various records Alice Jenks as 'president. of the Most Blessed Sacrament \\\\\\1a. II//, .

keeping his word. ,, for 'other members of 'the league 7:p. m. I SERVICE'PLANNED
Junior boys and girls at 4 p. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ] .'
He held out Ills hand. 'Church school 8 a. m. !
t to at. m., with 'Mrs. Mary Thompson in I
May I take yon In before I go I Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
I 'First, they scored 77 points. charge. 'Eaton Street Between Duval 'and
to ware the lamp of reason In frontof x We k-Day'Services i!
Young 'People's evening sessionat Simonton Streets II'II'I I There will bea special Christmas ,
Then Cates scored 13 baskets
a fighting machlnerThere I Mass on Tuesday and Thursday -
was a queer smile on her' good 'for 26 points, more than: the 6:30: p. m. I James S. Day, Pastor at 7 a. m. Eve service at Fleming Street I' VACATIDN

lips as she leisurely clasped slim I opposing team scoredAnd they 'Evening preaching at 7:30 p. m. Bible School) at 9:45 a. m. Litany and Sermon on Wednesday I'Methodist church Tuesday night. '

hands behind her head. Subject: "A 'Christmas 'Candle," Morning\ worship, at 11 o'clock. beginning at 11 o'clock. 'I' THIS YEAR IN :
| first
scored 22 'points in'the quarter at 7:30 p. m. The choir will
Cantata. provide special :
Union at 6:30
Baptist Training
'a record for 'points markedup Confessions: After the Wednesday
music. Several numbers R'OIAar
know she said reflectively Prayer 'and praise service 'each special !
TOO > by one team,, in one period. '. evening service. !
m.Evening will be rendered the
during eve
didn't come on this Odysseyto I Wednesday-at 730'p.'m. worship at 7:30 o'clock. ; \
Score by 'quarters: Total
'see Steve Perry play polo and Ray Young people's choir: 'pr dit"e Prater service, Wednesday ning. r HEALTH'
play the fool. 1 had Ideas, absurd I i iI 'WPA6 3 3 10-22 on fourth Friday, 7:30 p.-m. evening 7:30' o'clock. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH I
I' Park Tigers 22 18 20 16-76 &II/1""II'\\\\\
'perhaps, of gentlemen with sideburns Church 'choir'practice each Friday Thursday 'evening,7:30: o'clock, i
missed 'Cates 4
righting their wrongs and at 8 p. m. Mrs. 'J. Roland choir rehearsal. (Colored)
wronging their rights. Dopp 1, Johnson Domenech, Arch Adams,pianist. I 'A. T. McCaskfll Pastor 'HOMEServing I I I.I

a "So snake far farm I bear some away giraffe-necked memories of I j I e. er 2, I MIXED BIBLE CLASS ( Naomi Reddick, SuperintendentMary Key West I I

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Moreno, Secretary Half Century
women or something, and a moun- League standings: I I
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. 24 Hoar Ainb.U .Servtc
tain In the middle of a harbor. But.-I j Club- W. L. Pct.Busy 'CHURCH Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monticino -
}! Sunday service 11 a. m. Licensed Embalner M I
to --- ,
she went on with that rare spark- Bee Bakers .._ 3 1 .750 Teachers J
ling smile "1f I can also bear away 'J.fC. Gelceler. Pastor This class meets Sunday t Evening worship, 7 o'clock. Phone 135 Night 69&I f I
Park Tigers ,.-_._,.._ 3 1 .750 White and Washington every

the memory of yon waving the lamp High i School ........_ 2 2 .500 Corner...'of Streets morning at the Harris School auditorium ........................ I I
of reason in front of a fighting machine at 10 'o'clock. Men and .. +. l
WPA .._ -..-.0 4 .000 vtlle Le.dhg R.tep .
.who waits_ to sock somebody j t ?.Sunday.sch09l.meets at,1C a.: women not connected with any C'LA'SSlFIEDCOLUTrIN trtt,
the trip's a success'Fox m. Oicar Norman, superintendent.The .
other Bible Class and regardless
felt something go chasing np I I Leading! scorers: Adult Bible Class is taughtby
FG FT Points of denomniations are invited ti Hire This
and down his spinal column.-He'd j the;pastor. ,
i Cates PT ..,_,_ 24 4 52 attend. x
felt the same way when as a sophomore Morning worship at 11 o'clock. \ PfthCHAS.

he'd awaited the kickoff In Hale PT _..___ -21 1 43 Sermon: "Immanuel." I........................ Army Of
his first Yale game. A. Smith, 'PT .,_ 17 0 34 Alee "Lovely CHURCH OF GOD 171 tt
| Solo by Miss Curry WANTED ce alt. '
He knew he I! J V Wod'son, HS 12 8 32 I "
was on edge. Who Voices of the Sky" by Alex -- I .Salesmen"THEY'RE
wasn't-In this country on the brink ywrc Ed Wod'on. BBB 13 5 31 ander :Matthews. J. 51. Gresham Pastor
of revolution! I| J. Pinder HS 12 1 25 1106 Olivia Street WANTED TO BUY-A fishing '
u 7:30 o'clock. i ADVERTISING
Evening worship
boat about 30 feet in
But be had never lost his aplomb Sweeting. 'HS .... 12 2 26 of Services Sunday morning services -
This service will be in charge
9-foot about 10 COLUMNSof
before-It was the sudden cl'Ull1eD-l Dopp PT ....._h. 10 1 21 the School. There will be 11 o'clock. beam speed I
Sunday 'miles hour. Yacht
aation be had that this Curry, WPA ,.. ., 9 4 22 Sunday school, 3 p. m. per Apply
like tbe dynamite-charged city all r .t Hernandez. BBB 10 0 20 songs recitations: and a Chirstmastree. Evangelistic cervices, '1:15 p. Paula Louise, Yacht Basin. ;,.........au.. F..rl. -
about them. dec21-3t Elt,
i> B. GKI: Mfmmgft
i Cooper WPA _. 6 7 19 will m. Special singing. I
The mid-week Bible study
awaited-sparks? The top A human home-Ilka Institutionwhere
of a green hill blown off by a hitherto Terry came: swinging down the path. Knowles, HS ,.- 7 0 14 be omitted this week. On Christ- FOR CHARTER I .. you will find T..r Immi-rUmnl The Key West
fort and ntertai..e.t a matter
unsuspected volcano-the rise of lett-suddenly felt as though a cool) I mas Eve a group from the Sunday 'METHODISTEPISCOPAL of great Importance.A .
a tide that had long threatened to i breeze had passed his forehead as FERA DOWNED I I School and 'church wlil "go CHURCH SOUTH 28 FOOT CABIN CRUISER, I CitizenThey'll

sweep past boundaries. he watched a fuse hole drilled Caroling." FAY &; EOWEN engine, in I utrrl'flrr.r..r ......... t+tntt4In
"EL SALVADOR" 'the heart f the'city
Coolly reckless cynically defiant through solid rock with tbe tempera fine condition for fishing or --o- ,

-this lovely mocking girl was a far ture a hundred and six in tbe shade CORNER BOYSThe I I FLEMING'STREET METHODISt Corner Grinnell 'and Virginia cruising, by day, week' ot Every Room with Combination Tub take your message

cry In the wilderness from the child Something. Intangible Streets month. Charterer to provide and Shower Bath, Radio Electric to every home in the city
elusive ,
CHURCHCor. Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer
who had shown her heart as a thor Rev.Gnfflermo Perez, "Pasto oil 'etc Jefferson Ventilation Comfortable and SELL 'EM
I' that he felt once in a while. In the I captain, gas : Bed with I your waresor
oughbred panted In agony before sun rising behind mountains or tbe (Services in Spanish) B. Browne. 'dec 18-21 Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction services.
her. Administration ten defeated Fleming and 'Wflliata Streets 'school 10' and Individual Read
Sunday a. m.
rhythm of native music In the quiet lag Lamp
"Ton want to meet him?" he saida fool of evening but could neter exi the Transfer Corner boys Shuler Peele, Pastor Preaching, '8 p. 'm. BICYCLES stamp

little vaguely. -* I''I i 'a in."What's. i I yesterday afternoon at Bayview I Church school meets at 9:45a. Mothers' Club "me ts "Monday, _. '8....,. PHONE 51
78 R _
** Private BathK
She lit a cigaret and flicked tbe on your mind old son! Park by a 6 to 4 score. m. William N. Knowles, superintendent Sp.m.Bible. BICYCLES-WC 'RENT by tho 8e **_>. Print Bath exec Z.M

match dexterously past Novaes' ear.I It was Fox's voice. J. 'Garcia slammed out three The Wesley Fellowship study and 'prayer service Hour,, Day or Week. Repairall *. **-.. Private Bath '3.55 The Citizen
Then 'she leaned back in the same WIHrtt safeties in five times at bat to Bible Class'meets in the pas s. RMB, Private Bath 3.31
saw It again the slimy yellow Wednesday, 8 p. m. makes and paint them with >. Sample R**.>., Private Bath e...
Careless posture he bad found her. Talra. lie back Stickney hit two tor's study. .
swung to the top the players. No-Enamel. We carry a full FLIGHT I-CREASE FOR DOCBLBOCCPFAJfCT
"Darling if anything is going to, qulet-voiced attach out of three. Lopez. Rneda and Morning\ worship at 11 o'clock. "LA TRINIDAD" supply of parts. Agent for the ,

happen around "here I'm sitting in. '"Hildez," he said t rsely TbatSpig Johnson 'each connected safely Sermon subject: "Some Christmas Duval and Angela Streets Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. --- ---
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only knows I've wanted to I shipping agent las my ship twice In four attempts.:: Messages. Sunday afternoon services' by And veil them as low as 5.00 -
TOck.somebody many times myself. ment buried in a warehouse on'.' / Intermediate Epworth League Dr. DeBarritt. '
Types; Adams *i:d Varela.'play -t down, and 1.00 per week.
"You've Willett might saved be drunk Novaes., I ddek: at Rosins B.. It's been there six ed a good 'game for the Corner meets at 3:30 p. m. ]tics Venda- 'Friday rtigb\ Cervices condncfe) "I' Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.
your ,
he told the runner. "Ask the tall red wteks.'.There noddedat boys. Hopkins, Barker and Rueda line Watkins superintendent. by Rev. 'Perez.CHRISTIAN nov18tfFOR I I Ii Ir
was silence.-Terry
a meets at 6:30 m.
bead to come here." the starred for the Office ten. Hi-League p. I

He came swinging down a garden I girl. Score by Jnnings: R. H. E.' Miss Charlow in charge. II SCIENCE!: SOCIETY RENT
The penalty for socking! somebody I
walk. talL clad In Immaculate! white :"he informed her."is jail Take Transfer Corner- Young People's League meets I LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT i
ducks bareheaded-sick: to death of : 000 001 030-1 11 5 at 6:30 p. m. Norman J. Lowe, 327 Elizabeth Street
a gcod look at me- I 2 bed t
I rooms conveniences : I ,
red tape and Inaction, with the lights "1 will" Allaire returned prompt- Administration000- president. I Sunday school 9:30 a. m. 519 Elizabeth /lr

and music of the Legation Club try: ry_ "And 111 place my bet Step tip to 042 'OOz-6 12 ::3 Worship service i at 7:30 p. m. I Sunday morning service at 11 Street., porches. nov13 ICE

lag to '
thought of a dank river Fox took out his ctgaret Case ballo; Stickney and Hopkins. Christmas. I Wednesday evening service at FURNISHED APARTMENT-

"Hello. FOx" he said abruptly and I turned it absently! around in his Mid-week prayer and Bible I 8 o'clock. Modern 'conveniences, 628

then paused to stare past the attache. bands and stock it back In his Games next week: study, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. II "Reading nOm to Society 1 ufld- White street or call: at Gaiti's ITS PURER!

po-'et. :Monday Administration and Choir rehearsal Wednesday im- ing open Tuesdays and Fridayif Barber Shop nor2 t 1 1lI
The girl watched him.smoke from "If they're pulling anything Sanitary Departm nt.TuesdayTransfer. mediately following the mid-week nm 3 to I 5) o'clock.PBNTECOSiAL.. LASTS LONGER!

the Clgaret between her fingers curling I ttvewr." be said. 'el1!soon check u,. Corner and service. Mrs.\ P. B. Roberts, di- I ... NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT

up past her cheek. Stt light a couple of days and let rector. I MISSION i REFRIGERATORSof
Sanitary Department.ThursdayHigh ICE
with garage. Apply
The Foreign Servlce."JWillett: remarked -I me help you ba-41e tbisYeah. ." I
School and
Duval street. dec 19
with a brief-appearing ." MM WBlett. "start a ale CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. 909 Olivia .Street 1
at Fox. "is something 111 hue to' of communications: about me." its Sanitary Department. '1 I Wm. Skondeen Pastor 1 Made all metal-equip*

look Into. |gtrocl ."his head "Caa't be ..donlGeorge. game Friday-Beginning series between the of Sanitary a three- :Mary's Star of the Sea I'', Sunday: morning 'Worship, 11 WANTED It Pad with WATER COOLERS & {

FOX smiled himself. Ask Terry fCoiijrfjrHf. "J5. ly David CfrfkTerry / Department and the Administration. Rev. Wm.in charge Reagan, S. J., I I'o'clock.Sunday 'school 'for all, '3:30 p. TWO PASSENGERS TO TAMPA a f + I They're Economical

or borne of those other ;, These gtmes will be played and return. See Joe, Vogue 1
kaM-jawed builders down here thou, day starts To<-the docks Non. Friday Monday and Tuesday, the I II Order of services for this m. Cleaners! dt.14tf 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

I last day of the year. 1 1FOOTBALL ,church: Sunday night evangelistic service -
'- 1I I Masses will be 7:15 o'clock. FOR SALE Satisfaction
--------- I Sunday morning
9:30 o'clock. Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and '
said at 7 and : ii 1 I

BASEBALL GAME HANDBALL GAMES GAMECHRISTb1AS I Week-day :Mass at 7 o'clock.: praise service.' BUICK; new paint, good ,condition Priced at

Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, Friday, 7:15: p. 'm, fellowship 3500. See Joe, Vogue I 1,

Sundays and Fridays. meeting. Cleaners. dec4-tf ti J $20.00 11
TOMORROW EVERY AFTERNOONAt Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys andgirls'
i ............. 'church. OLD PAPERS FOB SALE-Two T

I I bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of.. f EASY TERMS-10 BAYS

There will be a baseball game ', Bayview Park every after- will be a big football SOCIAL LEAGUEr TRINITY PRES'BYTTERIAN I flee: octltt r FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

came Christmas afternoon at the CHURCH I
'at 'the Navy Field tomorrow aft- noon -r6m 3 to 5:30 p. m., 'a r4 '
Navy Field. STANDING PRINTING-Quality Printing at ; ICE CO.

ertioon at 3 o'clock between the handball tournament is being held. The High School eleven will (Colored) the T/tw.*t Trie_ The Airman

So far the team composed of meet the Carbonell Stars. 717 Simonton Street Press aug7 ----INC.- -
Cats and the.Rats Dell Woods and Wm. Cates !have ........................ DeBarritt Pastor
'I' The contest will get under way. Rev. Alfred II Phone No. 8

'The former nine will me the been undefeated.The at 3 p. m. I Club- W. L. Pet Christmas sermon .t ,11 a. m. SECOND SHEETS 600 for 60e. is L

'saMe line-up as last; Sunday. standing of the teams will The referee will 'be P. VarelaB. Administration -.___.5 3 .710 'Church school with program, The Artman Press attg7TTPEWBITINO L i n 1 i e s

The Rats will! have O. Caraballoj! be published next week. ( V. P.), umpire; Hale (Florida : Sanitary Department 3 2 .600 3:30 p. m.Pageant .

t ), head linesman LarsenW. I Wild 'Cats __ 3 5 .375 by the Young Teople, PAPER 500 8l1TfiE

behind the plate and Molina in the j| Subscribe to The Citizen-20c: ( B.), timekeeper Demeritt j High School ___._ 3 5 .375 I 7:30 p m.Tuesday. ] sheets, 75e. The Artman Press f. ,

I box. I 1 weekly. (P. D.). \ Transfer Corner _, 2 4 .333., night, 730: "The oth- aug7

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Death Today'sAnniversaries BOOK STORE HAS
SOCIETY Dispelling I NEWBURY, N. H.-A divorce

SCHOOL MONDAYThe :-: :-: _______ n.,.! CHANGED HANDS was granted Mrs Genevieve Dre
... .. vitson, of this city, after she testified
...........,..................................... By J. C. FURNAS u, ........................ that she and her husband,
Author ". Sadden D..tla"
( of .And ) I
,; 1740-Arthur Lee, Virginian Carl, had not spoken to each
Julia Nelson's Christmas Kindergarten exercises of Class Mrs. Hospitality League To Give I.................s............o........... ...., patriot, America's agent and diplomat Mrs Angela Vaughan, nee i other for 20 yeah

will be held Monday afternoon Christmas For Visitors On fine Saturday and Sunday pushing campaigns to" pledge in Europe during Revolu- Baldwin, will assume the management -

beginning at :5 o'clock in the Party I afternoons the natives of a certain drivers to observe elementary tion, born at Stratford, Va. Died of Roberts Book Store to- r Subscribe to The Citizen-20eveekly.

auditorium of the Harris school country village in New York safety-rules. Bill-board and poster there. Dec. 12, 1792. morrow morning Sunday December .

according to announcement made ,Visitors in Key West who are are to be served, and from 6 to state gather in the fields, at a spot 22.This. ,
today. far from their families will find al!'I 7 o'clock 'a musical program will t near a bad curve and a narrow warnings are on the up-beat. I 2804- )Benjaaiiii>Disraeli, EaVjp I In is the oldest establishment''

There will be a free will offer- welcome,awaiting them Christmas[be presented during which culvert, to see the sights. The Others are investigating' just sC eaensfield.. English state !
many I, what does make for safe driving.A 'man ,born. Died April/19, 1881.I ). of its kind in the city and carries'':
ing taken for the poor it is stated evening when the Key West Hospitality of the old and familiar carols will motorist spinning through this .
and an invitation is extendedthe League gives a Christmas'i' be sung by all those..attending the. treacherous spot may notice them. large oil-company: for instance beJ ,I i> S: a large Inie of magazines, books,i! HOLIDAYFOOTWEAR

public to attend.PERSONAL party at Hospitality House 313 'I'affair. 'but he is not aware what they are recently put 22 test-drivev **T", :' 1823-Jean "Henri'fk.Fabre, cigars, cigarettes and office sup- ,

Duval street, for them. Members of the leaguokare asking -'there for. If he were be might not average in driving ahvKvjfo\ French entomologist born Died, plies. i

........................ All details of the affair have I i .especially that visitors! in the I I,jruii the culvert and scream his tires driving a total of 570,990? miles & II, 1915. __- I II I
roads witb strict
been worked out by a special com- i city attend the affair, but local round the curve quite so dash-,; over ordinary a "
code of rules to observe. 1829 Laura D.
mittee of the league headed by ; persons also will be Welcome. (i ingly. They are waiting with the,I I Bridgman i LADIES MISSES AND

'........................ Mrs. Norberg Thompson as chair- i The party Christmas 'evening.ghoulish anticipation of a flock: tounding an those results 570,000 showed miles that,, [Hind Samuel, deaf mute ]Howe who and educatedby Bos take this means of expresslog -. CHILDRENNew
during Gridley
man. The special group includes ;will be the second affair which| of turkey-buzzards--far enough!
Charles Richardson was a passenger I none of them so much as nicked a ton's Perkins institute like Helen our sincere appreciation to arrivals this week for
I members of both the entertain- the league has staged for the en- away to be safe near enough to
because made life's our many friends for -I last-minute Christmas shoppers
the aft- they
on Cuba yesterday fender-solely Keller potentialitiesfuller accompanying
'ment and greeting committees: of tertainment of visitors. Last Sun- see everything-for bad accidentsto include models in colors that
ernoon en route to Tampa to rigidly followed such simple and richer for those sim- the remains of our belovedone
the league. day afternoon a tea was given happen.It's I harmonize with evening costumes. -
spend a vacation with friends. The affair Christmas evening is complimenting the visitors here.It bad enough to see them "musts" as never pass on_a curve, ilarly afflicted born at Hanover, Maria Perez De Toledo and Chic Footwear for
never swing out of line without N. H. Died in Boston May 24. for those offering their ears. j .
Afternoon Wear.HOSIERYA
to start at 5 o'clock and will con- was declared successful in and know why they wait so '
Herman Rodriguez left on the tinue until 8. Light refreshments 'every respect. patiently. It's worse to realize that clear vision a long way ahead, always 1889. dec21-ltz delightful gift

Cuba yesterday to spend the Yule they are seldom disappointed. signal clearly and so forth. for the ladies. We have all
tide season with relatives in Speed and carelessness always put They averaged forty miles an hour 1830-Mary V. Terhune ("Ma shades and weights.
day by day under all kinds of rion Harland"), noted author, Subscribe to The Citizen 20e
Tampa! Johnson Family Plans Complete For on a good show for them so they DRESSES AND COATS
I driving conditions and yet the re- mother of Albert Payson, born in weekly.HOLISBERG'S.
will return next weekend lookingfor
On VmtHere Christmas Tree cording instruments showed that Amelia Co., Va. Died June 3, Now showing the loveliest
:Miss Barbara Taylor student more. And they are gluttonsfor fashion offers.
at Florida State College was an the brutal melodrama of 'cap- none of them had ever hit over 1922. I
arrival by plane this mornnig Dir and M-Kight;;: ; Johnson Plans are completed to the sizing cars, smashed and battered 45. That ruins once and for all DRESSESCreations of exquisite
1849 .James Lane Allen Ken- materials in smartest
from Miami and will spend the of Peoria, IlL, with their two minutest detail for the Christmastree bodies, speeding ambulances, I the heavy-footed driv r's- excuse novelist- born in Kentucky.Died colors and combinations.
tucky ,
' Leonora and Gloria that, to make a respectable average
holidays with her parents Colonel daughters of the Junior Woman's Clubat blood, agony and death.Motorid' I fashion-
Feb. 18, 1925. .jCpATS-Swaogejiy
: ,
and Mrs. II. K. Taylor. and maid, arrived overthe highway I Battle Being Fought I he has to shade kitty part of f .)el uJuft the:dads 4aal type.
Coral Isle Casino 3:30 o'clock
this week and are guests at I the time. Facts like those ..roean
this time be sick
the home of Mr.Johnson's Monday afternoon. By you may something when you come to grips ly pitchforked into the old kind )IE IN NOW, D.MAKE
Miss Edna Smith, head of the parents, I of hearing! that the year 1934 i .of unlighted highway as if the New shipment of CHRI SELEGTIOSL Every
music department of Key West Mr. and Mrs. Vesey Johnson, 1125! Arangements have been madeto killed 36,000 people in motor accidents I with the motoring-safety problem.,I sun had suddenly'gone out as MAS GIFTS just received con Winter Coat and Dress must be
Road Seen
High School left on toe<<; Cuba yes Flagler Avenue. j gladden the hearts of 400 children When the 1935 figuresare I Lighted high noon, leaving you again at sisting ofVAN sold regardless of price.

terday for Tampaen: route: to. her The family will remain duringthe and tickets have been distributed compiled you will probably with Other the engineers road itself are tinkering to' the mercy of your headlights. RAALTE SILKH t rrraiiTmxT..TO,GIVE
holidays and in January Mr.I i trying "
home the get equally tired of hearing them.
in Lakeland;to ;spend to that number. Each have already j I t The engineers are proud of the UNDERWEAR. 7j rack brain! The
and Mrs. Johnson will leave for a) I I save lives there as they DpiVtt your
But done
Christmas holidays. two months tour of South Amer- ticket is good for a bag of candy I are things being i saved lives with railroad radical new designs of their bulbs KAYSER SILK STOCK;| J< ;}ct4fon is easily answered
about it made
efforts being! to
and'I' reflectors and figure that this when ypji look over our tremendous
ica, while Leonora and Gloria remain and fruit and dolL I block-signals and marine radio. INGS.
Clarence Carter Nice state a I I spoil these bloody-minded yokels'afternoon type, of lighting can be installed stock.
with their grandparents. I at o'clock-Santa, The fact that motoring fatalities;:
Promptly 3:30 The Mother
supervisor of federal music proj- I sport. battle to I ': for 5% of what highways cost to BOBOLINK GUAR- Gift For
I in
64 cent higher
ects, arrived by plane this morning Claus will arrive and parents who save the motorist from sudden, i are per propor-,;'': build per mile or 25% of what it ANTEED SILK STOCKINGS Fine Underwear Hosiery.
tion traffic at them
Judge Browne :will escort their children are I hideous death and disabling ]> to night gives Beautiful Handbags Gloves,
from Miami to meet with local ; I 1' costs to install center parkings Irregular and extra
requested to be time in order! ,:a salient point of attack. Even Night Gowns, Sweaters, and
on is being fought along new lines i
musicians and plan to form a I -and widen that is already
To Entertain a road
I that the gifts be distributedas the best headlights give! only a hundreds of novelty and useful
may on dozen fronts at I
Key West music project. a once. j l'i fluttering illumination streak built. But it's the dramatic efficiency items.
soon as possible, as there are Certain abandoning, I NEW BALBRIGGAN
newspapers j. of it. the permanent dispelling Gift For Father
Judge Jefferson B. Browne will the road with pools of shadow
like events to be held laterin 11
the journalistic tradition of soft-! PAJAMAS.
51 r. and Mrs Lionel Plummer i of the strain and danger Neckties Smart Designs
entertain tomorrow at a buffet the day.Benefit !t I:blind the other fellow as they suddenly -.
will leave over the highway tomorrow breakfast in his apartments at the pedalling horrors are trying to i swoop on him over an unexpected -,;of driving in the treacherous dark i SILK KIMONAS AND Socks. Handkerchiefs Military;

' morning for :Miami to Air Station, complimentary to'' make words convey to the reader', hilL Those hazards mean,!which i. has startled that end of I NEGLIGEES.SEAMPROOF. Brush Sets, Ete.
spend Christmas with their son I / Dance just what happens when steel and] Ohio. Instinctively the motorist Gifts For Daughter
those having apartments there. car after car piled in the ditch SILK Hosiery Underwear
and daughter-in-law )lr. and Mrs. glass and momentum combine: to' seems to feel that here is the biggest II Handbags -
His guests will be Professor and Here TonightThe with its occupants'screaming: ,i Novelty Items. ManicureSets
Joe Plummer who will return Mrs. Smith; Col. and Mrs. H. K.| shatter human beings into mangled bleeding dying in the dark.? I'I''I. thing! in safety since four- I SLIPS. Compacts, Bath Salts,

with them to spend New Year's in Taylor, U. S. A., Miss Barbara;; bite recreation dance for I corpses. One paper is even theyear's ',i, On a stretch of road in Ohio,I wheel brakes. NEW SATIN AND SILK Perfume Bottles, BotadohSets

Key West. Taylor :Mrs. J. B. Sullivan, Miss the benefit of the Christmas tree(printing a casualty list of complete with straightaway hills Forcing or cajoling the motorists STRIPE PAJAMAS. Eta
Sullivan Miss Teresa Sul- killings, with names, agesj' have in-';into driving safely is only half the Gift For Son
Mary will take place tonight at Raul's anti curves they recently BEAUTIFUL EVENING
Mrs Clem; C. Price and son and addresses, so full of mothers, battle-and always an uphill battle Ties, Handkerchief Sets
Mr. Mrs. stalled their
livan. and Ralph Miner. Club. Residents and visitors are a sample of what new| BAGS.
Walter left on the Steamship Cuba and children and old men and wo- i, at that. The other half consists Nicely: Tailored Sets and many
Mrs. S. Cabrera Mrs. Margaretvon invited to attend and help make kind of lighting can do for high-;! other useful *eAenta
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yesterday for Tampa and from men that it sounds as if the city of giving him a safer car and a AXMINSTER RUGS,
Mietk-Linba. Mr. and Mrs. D. it a success. Remember it is for ways. It can and does literally Gift For Infant
there will to Tarpon Springs to had been the victim of a bomb- safer road,, so that the average regular $2.75 at $1.98.
go O. Martin Mr. and Mrs. S. L. A. the benefit of the Community transform a treacherous night- Dresses, Coats, Sweater
spend the Christmas holidays with Marshall, Mrs. Dixon Lewis. Hon.i Christmas tree, it is stated.It ing-raid. A large life insurance load into a road bathed 'in arti- driver who probably wants to behave Extra size in 2-Piece PAJAMAS Underwear. Etc.Remember .

her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest and Mrs. Wm. H. ?Malone bpi\ and! will start at 9 p. m. and company{!is sending out floats displaying -j!t ficial sunlight-|rithout the, glare j d|I will have the best chance to and NIGHT GOWNS. only 'two more
Meres. ... wax-works graphic.bleeding. cash in on his good intentions. hopping Jay .left. For best
Mrs. Clifford Hicks, Mr. and bird) finish at ?. Dell Woods' Orchestrawill As you enter the lighted zone-andswitch HANDMADE LINENS at
Peter Schntt, Mrs. Schutt sickening wax-works!' down to tail 1!I i reduced gift selection, visit-
Missj! furnish the music and he has e'Tussaud'san parking-and price for Monday
Mr. Mrs. John worse than anything at )Iada
and Helwig Mary Jo McMahon. Mrs. Louise a few new hot numbers that he lights-only because the Jaw re-1'i:' Give Dress Lengths for 'I -THE.Store --
daughter Miss Marjorie and son Knowles and Ray BridwelL I II will play tonight. : I itinerant morgue, quires them after dark the light Christmas! All $1.00 Silk put

Richard,, who were spending; a few ___ _. ____h parked where the crowds in are the thickest street. is so natural that t it. doe. not I i: PEARLMAN'S Inc. up in 4-yard length in fancy i of Fashion
days with Mr. Helwig's son-in-law I -- ---- --- to show man i strike you as a miracle. :You, j holiday boxes for $3.00 box.

and daughter Mr. and Mrs William I: Christmas holidays with Mrs. Rus- I........................ what he is asking for when' He f it only when ydtf drive appreciate ', "Quality SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Cit,'* Leading Ladies StoreI.
Lord, left yesterday after- sell's I takes a chance on the road. Shop"We FOR GIFTS APPELROUTH
| family. TO SUBSCRIBERS out the other end and are s < ,
noon for Tampa en route to Los j Goverameat'Taking Hand dd'n'I n'-I 'take this opportunity to :

Angeles, Calif. Miss Ruth Rose Galey, student If yo. do act receive your I Government' ,kuthorities area I extend to you-

at Mary Baldwin College, Staun-,! paper by 6:15 o'clock in the feeljng 'round for new ways* of' I A MERRY CHRISTMASand --- ._--- -' --- ---
Henry Haskins, assistant superintendent ton,. Va., arrived by plane this afternoon, call telephone 51 I compelling the motorist( to behave -

of lighthouses, who was! morning to spend the Christmas 1 and a paper will be sent to .sanely; experimenting with 'com-, CHRISTMAS A HAPPY YULETIDE

on- an inspection trip of aids to holidays: with her parents, :Mayor your home. A complaint boy pulsory insurance to keepthe irresponsible -, TABLE SUPPLIES ;

navigation in the Lake Okeechobee and Mrs. H. C. Gale)"'. M on d.ty at ti.;. office from driver off the road,i We want to express to you

District returned by plane from 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the hoping that,compulsory inspection\ &tTIFT'S our sincere appreciation of !
Miami, this morning. Miss Eloise Lowe employed in purpose of delivering: com of cars will do some little good ins( : your kind patronage during this AFTER YOU HAVE READ THE

the office of the naval reserve division .'*. Help us five you 100 reducing the small number of accidents -,, ; closing year and to assure you I

MVs. Rosinda Ginart, accom- at the navy yard in Charlesjton. percent service fcy Baling 51 attributable to mechanical GROCERYTURKEYS : of a warm welcome at any I II I

panied by her son John P., a S. C.. arrived by plane for; if you do not receive The Citizen. defects. They are mulling over: time you choose to visit us. We I

student at, Miami :Military school, the holidays with her family. ,I such drastic possibilities as' put-j Ib ._.._ 35c I are always at your service.JOE.. SUNDAY STARTOMORROW

arrived by plane this morning veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetioning ting governors on all cars to keep'

from Miami will remain with relatives Miss Rose Appel, daughter of1 them down to 45 miles per hour!t PECANS, ft .___ 20c P. S.- I
until Monday when they Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Appel. student in North Carolina re- or instituting a volunteer body of i I ANNOUNCING

will go by P. and O. boat to Ha- at Florida State College- for' turned by plane from Miami this secret vigilantes picked from I WALNUTS, Ib _____ 20c SPECIAL REDUCTIONSi
Woman, arrived by plane this morning.Mrs. CHECK UP ON THE ADVERTISERS -
vana for the holidays. j drivers with absolutely clean re-
Fresh Beets
Carrots our entire line of Dresses,
morning for the holidays with her'parents. cords to make confidential re-; i Shoes. Hats. Coats and Sweat WHO FURNISH INTERESTING -

Miss Marjorie Roberts, daughter I I Antonia Niles and child ports on the license numbers of Turnips Cauliflower el'!!. We must clean our racks i : "

of Mr. and l.f.n. G: C. Rob- left yesterday afternoon for recklessly driven cars. They are of all winter garments. Come I READING.. ,. ,
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erts, arrived by plane this morning 'Willard Russell, of the immigration -! Tampa to spend a vacation with Cranberries I and see. ; "
service border in I relatives. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT : -Also-
to spend the Christmas .vacation patrol | Butter Beans Squash
from her studies at Florida Miami. Mrs Russelr'< and daughter j -on- ; SPECIAL PRICES ON --- I-+ .. -
State College with her parental Betty Jean arrived over the high-; Miss Ann Kirchik, employed in WAVES String Beans : CHRISTMAS GIFTS
way yesterday afternoon to spend the U. S. internal revenue department -
the holidays with relatives. I at Jacksonville, arrived by two PermanentseD5.Q0 Cucumbers Grapes ; Towel Set.. 50e and 75c;
MrsMelvin Russell, wife of (
for I i Luncheon Set, 75c and $1.00; .
Superintendent of Education Melvin plane this morning for the holi- .
Celery Oranges Based Pillow Cues $1.00; ARONOYITZ'bEPARTMENT
Miss Elizabeth Ayala. daughter': with her Mr.\ and Better Waves, $5.00 and .p D. STORE
days parents
E. Russell: and their two children : ., Satin Dance Sets, $1.00 and
left on the Cuba yesterday 1 of Mr. and Mrs A. F. Ayala, arrived !' Mrs. Gutman Kirchik.MONROE MRS. MILLER $1.25; Silk Pillow, 46c; Velvet
afternoon for Tampa en route to this morning by plane to'spend 407 South Street Phone 574JPALACE I Prices on above given Pillow, 75c; Rayon Spreads, KEY WESTS ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE

Ft. Myers Fla., to the her vacation with her par- to customers with ; $1.25.
spend THEATERGeorge only
ents. Miss Elizabeth is a studentat Hundreds of Novelty Gift at IS city ,
Florida State College, Tallahassee Raft-Alice Faye orders. special prices.W. : DA.YS OFF I and CHILDREN.
Yon will save steps and time We always lead by showing
J -in- Lew Ayres-Claire Trevor in are snowing one of the
____ EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT largest assortment of Gift by paying oar store a visit nothing but the best for the en-
I you tire family at POPULAR
Hiss Items in the city. AH at -
Mary Louise Spottswood.j special
FOR YOURChristmas duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra Comedy and Cartoon in colors I i PHONE 29 prices. Come and see."TTERY C GIFTS. We have n gift forevery PRICES.
member the
i 15-20 Nicntt 15-25c I I e of familyand New selection of SHOES for
DinnerPLUMP Spottswood, who has been vaca-!j ; Matinee: 10-15c; Night' '''-'5* 1. o at very popular. prices. WOMEN, MEN aid CHIL _

I 1- ___._ -- : Chromium Cocktail Sets DREN. Brown, Black. Whiteand
Bread Trays, Cream and Sugar combination color leathers
I(1 1..111..111..IIII. C Sets Hostess Trays Coffee for street and eveafeg wear.
YOUNG TURKEYS SI I Service Water Pitchers Electric SUGGESTIONS
All Sizes Announcement C Toasters. Waffle Irons FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
$1.00 each toDainty $%.50. selection Men's
Large of and

NICE All FAT Sizes HENS I OLD PAPERS ,, Beginning Sunday, Dec. 22 I II LTI fYI i L IIITO J Pajamas>> Ncgl'rBow Shirts: collars with the They New will

OUR r gees, G* -a, Dance Sets not earl C
-no starch
FRESH PORK HAMS I ROBERTS BOOK STORE o Step-Ins, from 50c pair up. In up a large assortment necessary. of

PORK SHOULDER C Men's and Ladies' Travel- pat rnt

Splendid assortm.ent of I ........................................ I Will Be Operated By k : ing Cases Manicure Sets, Beautiful assortment of C

FRUITS .' Bath Powder Vanities Com Boys and Men's-/Pajamas in
Mrs. Angela Vaughn e pacts, Jewelry and all sorts solid colors. Boys' and Men's
AND VEGETABLESOne soon each t pus. C of Pins and Clips, Ash Trays.
For Sale Neckties CollarfLos, Tie Pins,
of the largest lines in town I e nee BALDWIN (heads will be receiving an ; e : Cigarette Cases and Lighters, Men'z MiliUryMTBrufh. Seta, .
i ii C Lamps, Pillow Cases and Bed Men's Socks Phoenix and
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MERRY CHRISTMASto ........................ Books Magazines invitation to out Wedding; and : & &. Holeproof Etc. e

our Customers and i i ;; Cigan. Cigarettes we want K to be the bat looking invitation we can get.** : Large assortment of Guest MEN'S AND BOYS'

Friends II : Towels, Fringe Tip Towels, CLOTHINGMonroe Ce

!S 5 Office Supplies Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the Luncheon Sets, Cocktail Napkins Suits for Men are .
We appreciate your pat- i Bundles for C from 25 to $6.95 each. made of the finest pure 100 per :
ronage and want you to 5c Your Patronage Will Be very finest;and that is why we arc inviting you to inspect oar : Rayon, Candlewick and cent Worsteds-bard finish

know that you have meant I 25 in bundle AppreciatedSAME I remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding lovia Satin Bed Spreads, from Browns Bines Grays and ..

much to us during the GOOD SERVICE tioas and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 193. : $1.35 to $5.95. Novelty backs and Check fancies.materials Bosh Plain :

past ;year.Broadway. 1 New shipment Children's and Pinch Backs. .

Meat Market I Book for Boys Make Excel : and Ladies' Shoes. Beautiful New sssortimBt' of Boys :
701 Duval Street f THE KEY WEST CITIZEN I lent Christmas Gift. Special cm..E ARTMAN: PRESS .: Shoes at $1.98 up. Suits.breasted Single in New and Fall shades double i:_

prices on book BUILDING Now showing the finest line Excellent: quality. POPULAR .
PHONE 268 I I: of merchandise ever shown in PRICES. :

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