The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Aftiociated For"Beat 55 Interests Years Service Freu Devoted of:Key Day West to.Wlr the.. .'. : b f) 1&,.,,. W' tt-!'t (t t t't3en ".i--,'- .' most range country Key .West equable of; only,vrfLad Florida eather 14* Fahrenheit, average hu In thf the

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Wallace f!To :Cross., STATE DIRECTOR 1[CUBA BRINGS IN PRINTZ JOINS CHRISTMAS TREE, 1 Political Observers In Capital




Former President And Secretary WASHINGTON 1" MEETING.HAS BEEN CALLED I''I fORT YESTERDAY OND WINTER ;I TO BE PUT ON FOR*.v.. I Activities In Coming Campaign

Of AgricultureTo NOTESVISITORS Steamship Cuba arrived from David A. Printz, of Franklin I -

COLONIAL HOTEL TO Tampa this morning with eight Pa., arrived yesterday by plane WHO HAVE WRITTEN
Be Heard On Many from Miami to join Mrs. Printz I rr.l'I'I"II.lII.41. Idaho Commands
Senator; From
FORM ORGANIZATIONDr. class passengers, 14 second and their daughters, Arlene and LETTERS TO SANTA -

Political IssuesBy Secretary Ickes' annual report class for Key West; 119 first Davie who are here for the sec- I ANOTHER ERROR IN
reveals visited dais and 110 second class for National Attention -
6,337,206 persons ond winter and are comfortably
the parks, monuments and other Clarence Carter Nice state Havana. domiciled at the Bank apartments, l Everything was set this, afternoon -
areas of the National Park service director The ship brought 22 tons of on Fleming street. I for the Community Christ- ) In Matters Dealing

HERBERT PLUMMER. -tan increase of twenty-two of the Federal WPA musical I freight and 410 sacks of mail for Mr. Printz is head of one of mas tree which will be in Bay- And now another one.

tOT ABB-etal Dee.Pre. 23.) -Io percent over the previous year. project, will return to Key Key West;,one ton of freight and the large mercantile establishments : view Park tonight, primarily for In this issue of The Citizen With Foreign Issues

WASHINGTON West tomorrow to give his approval 154 sacks of mail for Havana. in the rorthwith eight the benefit of children who otherwise there is an advertisement with

the inevitable clash of personalities NOT SO SHORT to, and sign a musical project Steamship Ceiba, of the Stand- stores in Pennsylvania and Ohio. might be very nearly over- one particular error, the first

the coming presidential The coming session of Con- 'for Key West. He was in ard Fruit and Steamship Com- He comes here :oa vacation looked by Santa Clans during the finder of which who present By HERBERT PLUMMER

daring gress will hardly prove to be as Key West Saturday and that pany, arrived 3 o'clock yesterday: from the cares of "business forest Christmas period. The programis a coupon from this issue with CBr Anoetaled Press

campaign probably none will pro. short as many legislators hope afternoon from New York took and relaxation in Key West. to. start at 7:30 P. M. the solution explained, between WASHINGTON Dec. 23,-
morning met with local musicians fuel oil at the Porter dock and the hours of 8 and 11
and may probably extend into Mr and Mrs. Charles W. Bis- For weeks employes in the rec-
vide more color than. that be. next cummer. If it is necessaryto and others interested in music at sailed 6:30 o'clock for Frontera, grove of Cleveland Ohio will ar- reation section of the local WPA o'clock tomorrow moraine. 'oliticians>> and political observers
tween.Herbert Hoover and Heary find new ways to finance the Colonial hotel. Mexico. rive over the highway this afternoon have been gathering old toys will win the prize. i n Washington have had their ear

AAA there is no telling ,how long Tomorrow is the only oppor- : Freighter Colorado of the according to a telegram re- contributed by generous Key And the prize is worth

WalUce. the session will last.QUERIED. tunity he will have to come into Clyde-M&llory Lines arrived 3:30p. ceived at WPA housing division Westers (many of whom were winning for it is a modern so attuned to what Senator Borala

Both,the former President and Key West for some time, it was m. yesterday with large shipments office and spend the winter where young children who sacrificedsome Gillette De Luxe Safety of Id.ho1' reveal about his

said this morning and althoughit of freight and sailed 6:30 they hope to spend every winterin of their toys for the bene- Razor with 10 extra: : blue steel

the secretary of agriculture are AU members of Congress have is Christmas Eve Day, local for Tampa. the future. fit of others) and have been re- blades and is an attractiveand plans for the 1936 presidential

from, the Iowa farm country, toe been circulated by the Townsendites the persons are beingurged to attend ._ .. '--..-,- furbishing them for distribution desirable adjunct to the campaign: they all but forgot hi.
meetings arranged for the
tonight. Several persons have toilet articles of the well
to ascertain their attitude in
former bora i. 1874 at West .
bill the day.It contributed money for the tree turned out man.. I 1 I familiar role a the senate's
to '
regard a embodying is essential that there be NEARLY HALF OF !TATES
Branch and the later 14 years plan. a and many have given/: assistanceby Write the solution clearly' ..po!....... on foreign relations.
local sponsor for the musical project various entertain-
attendnifr distinctly the II IIaad
later in Adair county. NATIVE BORN ILLITERATESMore Dr. Nice pointed out while VOTING AGAIN ST NEW DEAL I ments given by workers in the and present it in an envelope coupon His stinging denunciation of the
here and for that reason a meet-
called the section in an effort to raise funds.
Engineering to one addressed to Puzzle Editor l/iglo-French proposal for com-
than 4,338 illiterate men ing has been called for 11 o'clock

and fled him to the Whit. House. in OCC camps were taught to tomorrow morning in the Colonial IN UTE EUUlYDIGEST POLL be Several sung tonight Christmas just!! carols before are Old to Key after West 8 Citizen o'clock, any tomorrow time promising the ltalo-Ethiopian conflict *
and write the last
read during hoteL All interested in
Agriculture and the editorial chair of I persons Kris Kringle makes his glamorous morning;; Bp to 11 o'clock.MANYONWPA however, brought it back to
fiscal The director
year. camp I music and the development of a appearance at the park and begins

attracted the other and brought education found that ninety-six I musical atmosphere in Key West' The vote against the New Deal I The first batch of ballots from the distribution of toys fruit and .I'I'I"-.I'.4JrA I the minds of alt

him to President Roosevelt's right percent of the 7,369 illiterates are urged to attend the increases fractionally in the fifth New Hampshire: shows a vote of candy. From beginning to end the Chairmaa of the foreign relations
enrolled born in the United session'j
were even though be the tabulation of The Literary Digest's more than 3 to 7 against the NewDe.1l. evening is expected to be a jolly committee of the saute be-
band. States. the day before Christmas, \
nation-wide poll as a total one for the children. fore the election of Mr. Rooseveltin
this is the there I
They've clashed before but in a only opportunity of 819,320 votes are reported On the Pacific Coast. Oregonis Workers in the recreation sec 1932 reduced him to the position -

different forum from that in pros- HAVE SOCIAL LAWS will be to discuss in detail plans I'!I from thirty-four States, mainly in indic tted polling 59.04per cent tion (who have been giving their FORCES TO BEPAMUESDAY : of inking minority member
for the
sponsorship with Dr.
Nine states have enacted un- I the South and West. of its initial vote and Washington time evenings and at other usually
of that -r the "lose lion ofIdaho"
,. !
pect. During the congressional t employment compensation laws. Nice.At The total tally which appears in 61.23 per cent of Its first ballots free periods)" hastened this up the facultyof
I' stall
campaign of 1934 their conflict-'They contain workers who re- 1 o'clock tomorrow\ after- the current issue of the magazine against the Administration's morning to express thanks generally ; possess

ing conceptions of the "new deal'' ceive thirty-five percent of the noon all musical units in Key I Is divided 346,622 votes in sup- I policies. for the support Key Westers I commanding national attention
when he speaks his mind oft foreign -
West to be heard the band ,
appeared about the same time in, pay roll of the country. Thirty-! are I port of Roosevelt's policies to A comparative table giving the nave given to the communitytree. affairs.
nine states now have old age; pen- rehearsal room over the surplus 472,698 opposed to them. The vote percentages Roosevelt re- I
SPECIAL CONCESSION GRANT. When the senate is ia Mswon
book form. 1 ;sion laws; forty-six have aid to dependent .. commodities storeroom on Duval I present percentage of 57.69 ceived in his 1932 election and the The last affair staged in an ef-

"The Challenge to Liberty" was? : children and twenty- street At that time the cast of against the New Deal compares I percentages of The Literary Di- fort to raise funds took ;:lace ED WILL AFFORD WORKERSAN just a rumor that Borah in to

the Hoover theme. "New ,eight have blind pension laws. the Pirates of Penzance the orchestra with last week's percentage of gest poll vote on his New Deal Saturday night when a dance was speak on lira subject nmjfa in
the marimba Hospitality OPfORTUNITY TO RE.CEI.VECHRiS'TMAS crowded galleries. SrMbm, who
band -
tiers" was Wallace's text. 57.24. policies so far indicates a sharp ;given at Raul's Club. It was declared -

Fron-\\ PAVING Band, soloists sand all A previous poll on the popularity -! decline in all. States to date with a rjccess from every.point YUI\D3 their osuaJh.nJI'otD i1I -

Contrasts''Kepp'irfmind'tT'iese Thsi'llome-Oivtiers Loan Cor iporation others who !sing or play instruments of the New Dealwhich 'was the exception "of) Kentucky which I of view. Several of the sc:hejed l oesEs wen ague
ti tent to be at the speaks at length sit and listen.
are urged rehearsal -
reports" that repaymentsare conducted by The Literary Digestin votes a hi-ier* percentage for the entertainment features were not -

concerning the two: being received at the rate of room, in order that the* the spring of 1934 showed President personally when he was presented beause of illness of I Pope's Activities
music director hear the Many H'PA employes probably
Mr. Hoover was classed as a $17,000,000 a month and that state can 61.15 per cent of the poll voters elected. I some of the entertainers but There was much speculation

Democrat to the extent of being many borrowers are paying up talent which is in Key West. then in favor of the President's 'Thirty-four States swing into others filled in to help make the will receive cheeks Tuesday, as around the capital when the

past due indebtedness. Meantime George Mills White policies.The lne! in the fifth eport of The evening successful. the result of a special concession: Roosevelt landslide of TW ;landeda'
mentioned for a presidential nomi- local music director has asked I
twenty-three States whichare Literary Digest's ooll of New Deal I Gould Curry offered a tap made by E. A. Pynehon, State Democrat in Washington as the
that all members of the Pirates I
nation on that ticket in 1920. Mr. BUDGET and the orchestra attend shown registering oppositionto strength today," the magazine dance number and Dell Woods WPA administrator in Florida, it junior senator from Idaho. It was

Wallace son of a Republican secretary Work the budget continuesbut cast the Administration's policies states in its current iss*te. played a saxophone solo. A tumbling increased when the tab gray-
on the rehearsal starting at 7:15 was announced today..
of agriculture foreswore final figures are problematcaL represent 265 Electoral College "This week's rots, reflecting I team also offered a num I haired Senteivpopc asked for and
o'clock tonight in the Colonial
Republicanism to support the Relief will probably take votes, one vote less than a majority cosst-to-coast irtcrest rolls up a ber. The local district office of the received ani..Bign mat on the
hotel. This will be in
Democratic presidential nomineesin more than a billion dollars and, tion for the session tomorrow prepara- while the eleven States in- total.of 819.320 ballots. Eight l works organization has received foreign relations c.timittee.s .

1928 and 1932. if the Supreme Court upsets tht afternoon.Dr. dicated favoring the New Dealto more States are represented. To "$' authorization from the State administrator And whittle i junior senator

What they have to say will be AAA processing taxes, some provision Nice the invitation of date have a total of 128 votesin complete the parade fourteen I to make up all) pay- from, Idaho 'forthwith began suggesting -
regarded of di- upon Electoral College balloting.The others are yet to be heard from."Po'.I IN the United
as crystalizations an UNUSUAL CHANGE such things as
must be made for
paymentsto Mr. White has consented to act rolls! December 20, which ordinarily -
versities over the "new deaL" fourteen States from whichno follo-ners will note at States should become a memberof
farmers. musical director of the Gilbert II I
as LOCAL ATMOSPHERE would close later than
Theirs will be no random thoughts.Mr. and Sullivan operetta which is to count is yet reported in the once that the percentages show a nc : the League of Nations--anathema -

Hoover has watched Wash- NAVAL RESERVE: : be staged here in February and poll represent 138 votes. rut.her slight!: loss for the New December 22. to Borah-Ht was said freely

ington from the quiet of retire- President Roosevelt is said to this is another reason that all Eleven o( the thirteen southerntier Deal since last week on the ques- An unusual atmospheric Payrolls for the period coveredin Pope was out to try to eclipse i his

ment in California. It is apparenthe States Virginia. North Carolina tion asked 10.000,000 Americans: change was recorded at the Administrator colleague on foreign affairs.
be studying a plan to raise the members of the cast should be on communication -
considers it beholden upon him South Carolina, Georgia 'Do yon NOW approve the acts local weather bureau Sunday Senator Pope did fret himself
strength of the Naval Reserve t-> hand tonight.As : had to be in the State
Kentucky, Tennessee Alabama, and policies of the Roosevelt New the instrument
to speak out as one to whom many morning into the limelight. This sumnWrhe
around 150,000 to the the project is
soon as ap-
office December 20, and have
look for guidance.Mr. Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana Deal to date? showed a rise in temperatureof and
present total of 20000. Mr.. proved and signed the payroll I went to Europe expressed
been sent from the local head-
and Texas continue to vote more "Of the 819,320 voters. 346- 10 minutes.At .
Wallace speaks because he 10 degrees his views freely on word affairs.As .
Roosevelt is anxious to make the will,start, Mr. White said and for
than 3 to 2 in, support of thePresident's 622 vote yes and 472,698 vote the quarters. These checks are expected
is motivated the midnight tempera l
by belief in need i matter of fact his lequdehyproved
an; effective force instead that reason, both Dr. Nice and he a
group to be received tomorrow
Thus the New Deal is trailing '
policies while Florida no. then 'K
for a fresh expression on the best of affair. are anxious to get the project I ture was 52. From until embarrassing.Senator :
a paper in time for that
I. and Oklahoma in the same section by 126,076 votes. gradualrise morning payment
way to approach today's, politicaland started. It will be another month 5:05 there was a La Follette took cognizance :-
agricultural problems. before the state director will have register slight/: majorities]'I(i "Of the eight new States rep- of 4 degrees when the afternoon so that WPA employes I and went so far as to> introduce -
FIRE make last minute purchases
resented this can
against the New DeaL week the New Deal registered 56.
An IdealistMr thermometer resolution in the tvfutte!
Wallace another chance to come to Key a
Blamed on a large electric No State in other sectionof I I captures half in the initial voting minutesthe and arrangements for Christmas.It .
Hoover's personality impresses West that concerted effortis any II Within the next 10 t seeking to prevent any member bf
so a
light left burning too close to It emphasized at the [local
a the nation is shown voting a Arkansas. Louisiana. MiUsippw each was
one as being of the se- to be made to get everything rise was one degree that body from representiM ,this
I bundle of fire caused a I offices that the communication
papers majority so far in favor of the II f and So.-th Carolina. Those I
and 5:15 there wasa either ian
vere, factual humorless type. His through tomorrow. The music minute at government abroad
$600.000 damage to the new $10- New DeaLWisconsin's showing negative; returns in the from Administrator Pynehon covers -
deadly in earnest all the time. project will mean an approximate I temperature record of 66 official or unofficial capacity.
I 000,000 Post office building early initial balloting early: vote are New Hampshire \ only those pay rolls which
Mr. Wallace is essentially the $2,000 month additional I I I degrees. Nothing came of it.
per payroll
this month. would ordinarily be closed not
this week indicates a 2 to 1 ratio Wisconsin, Oregon and Washington. I -
idealist. A half-smile accompanies to Key West. against the New Deal. With the This rapid change was the '' later than December 22. This Borah Hits Old Stride
his most serious statement. Onegets Besides the Pirates of Penzance result of the wind veering It's however to
does not that all employes interesting
I SILVER advent of the "LaFollette State"to "A criticism: of the present pollis mean I
the from rehearsal: tonight two other are from East North East to that since the junior senator
impression note
talking since
will receive checks Tuesday,
The Treasury which began buy- the poll tally votes are reported that it does not reach a proper the |
with him that despite his problemsand to meet at 9 o'clock tomorrow South Soutb East during the payroll! periods end from Idaho has been lea. talkative
some o
ing silver under the act passed in from all States in the farm proportion of unemployed and J 5:15a.
worries they are his own and morning in the band rehearsal period from midnight to December 22 and must be foreign affairs the senior senator -
1934. is required to continue its belt, which continues to vote those employed at very low wages after I on .
no one else is to be burdened with purchases until the metal reaches room and Welters' Cornet Band against the New Deal as a section or no relief. m.The midnight handled in the routine way.SAUKEEWENTTO. from Idaho has bit his old-
probably will have a rehearsal tonight at -
any part of them. temperature time stride.
$1.29 an ounce or the government by over 3 to 2. I "In September and October '
Probably not two men destined acquires holdings equal to one as the state director wantsto All of the States from which 1932. The Literary Digest conducted Saturday was the Whatever Borah thinks of the
to such important roles in hear that organization some climax of the coldest day Key \ for
third of its gold reserve Although ballots are reported in the cur-I a nation-wide poll by the Anglo-French proposal peace
the coming campaign present sucha :: more than 500,000,000 time tomorrow. rent tally with the exception of same method now employed which West has experienced this season between II Duce and the Lion of

contrast in personalities and+i ounces have been bought the goal Connecticut and New Hampshire forecast that Roosevelt would re- I when at 8 o'clock in the I AID OF VESSEL 1;Judah may not represent the viewsof

tenets of thought. cis I just abort as far off as it was WRECKING TUGRETURNS voted for Roosevelt, in 1932. ceive 59.86 per cent of the Roose- the morning it was 54 de- 4I i I the state department bat it ill

--- I II when the program began. Additional ballots received from velt-Hoover vtte. grees. At Miami, 156 miles I It true that after he expressed his

the twenty-six States which were "At that: time October. 1932, further north, the weather views those entrusted with foreign -
MRS. J. ROQUE 74 i NOTTOPAYSenator HERE Labor bureau reported 36 degrees, a t Coast Guard Cutter Saukee was ,
included in the previous weekly the American federation of : policy privately congratulated
the number of difference of 18. called yesterday to the assistance I other their'f'' in
J. Hamilton Lewis of I balloting indicate a fractional estimated unem- each on III 1II
DIED THISMORNING Illinois back from Russia says gain in the vote for the New Dealin ployed at 11000000. Yesterday afternoon .at, of the Fruiter Bluefield of Blne- i keeping the United States from
thirteen the criticism 1:37 the winter solstice began fields, Nicaragua&; which left Key Involved with
that country does not intend to Wrecking Tug Warbler which, : States and a fractional "Obviously same becoming actively
: pay the '$30,000,000 promised to left' Fast week to aid the Norwegian gain against the New Deal in the might have been made then (and meteorologically ushering in West; en route to Tampa and with-! the League of Nations' prc.ram

holders of bonds issued during the S. S. Spind reported in I thirteen other States. was made) that The Literary Di- the winter of 1935 and 1936. gni a short time after leaving port j during the last few critical

FUNERAL SERVICES WERE Kerensky regime. distress off the Cuban coast near The thirty-four States represented gest poll of 1932 did not reach a Although it is winter time >' experienced engine trouble. I I months.
I number of unemployed."Yet those who dwell here The vessel arrived'yesterday]
CONDUCTED THISAFTERNOON Nuevitas returned to Port Satur- in the current tabulationare proper persona
from Cuba with of fruit,t
TOWNSEND ARTY day evening 7:30 o'clock. said to include approximately in the following election and those fortunate enough the r a cargo
Leaders of the Townsend old- While en route to the scene three-fourths of the populationof in November, 1932, the accuracy winter residents will asusual berthed at the Porter Dock company's NOTICEALL
and after being
age pension movement have decided the Warbler was advised by radio the United States and to have of The Literary Digest poll was enjoy delightful pier Santee 'oe-l WINE AND BEER
I back the ,
brought by i
to offer candidates for Pres- that the Spiad had floated. The given the President slightly over confirmed when Roosevelt did actually -I we.ther.'rI.I"I'IIII.

Mrs. Juanita Roque 74. died ident and Congress next year un- tug was instructed to return to three-fourths of his total vote receive 59.15 per cent of cupied the same berth while be-! VENDORS

4 o'clock this morning in the residence less Democratic or Republican Key West. which he received in the 1932 the total votes cast for Rooseveltand 1 ing repaired. j Persons engaged in the business -
913 Francis street. Funeral candidates endorse the plan election. Hoover. 1f f! I of seifing wine and beer
Meat MarketNICE i
services were held 2:30 The first 7,721 ballots from Bermuda II'II'i are notified they must get their

o'clock this afternoon from the ANSWERS CRITICS Arkansas show a favorable per- HOLIDAY NOTICE HABANA-MADRID CLUB i FAT HENS-dressed and 1936 license before Jawnry 1,

Pritchard Funeral Home chapel. The praise bestowed upon the Qt7 centage of 60.70 in support of Tomorrow NigbtCHRISTMAS I delivered "Melt in your 1936. or they will not be allowed
President by Cardinal Mundelein $eagra.m.s Roosevelt's policies. Christmas Day. December 25, "
Rev. Shuler Peele of Fleming EVE i mouth. a rebate on their 19K
Bend in Initial returns in favor of the n legal holiday in the State of :
Street Methodist church, officiat- at South is regarded some I ..uuk STRICTLY FRESH KILLED license.
quarters as an answer to the Catholics 4UR New Deal are indicated in Louis- Florida. this bank will not be open DANCEADMISSION
!! PIGS-Miami White FRANK LADD
ing.Mrs.. Roque is survived by her who have been bitterly assailing i WHISKIES AND GINS iana as 63.77 per cent, in :Mis- for business on that day. YOUNG Belt H. CoBeetbr.WAGNER .

husband Hipolito Roque and one the executive for his, sissippi as 72.81 per cent, and in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. .-.......'hm....- .-- $1.00 Dairy. Tax
brother Vicente Garcia. course in regard to Mexico. 1 South Carolina 70.37 per cent. dec23-2t White at Virginia Phone

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CHRISTMAS 1( f........................

CITIZEN' DaI1T PJBUSHIlQ;EJl'ept'8UD4ay'ByTHE CO. lYe.I. Wednesday is Christmas Day, the occasion I II I 1.I.*......................*

.. P. ARTYAN J"reeW..t.lOB that brings to so'' many children I .I | 1780-CoL John Lanrens. Rev
ALUBN. ArMtaat B"' ....... their delightful association with Santa : Lowest Htcbftt. colder in extreme southeast portion olutionary soldier, then only 26,

From TheiCltl BuUdla Claus whose annual visit into their homes :Station' last night lutZ4hour! tonight, frost in north and chosen to co to Prance for a loan
Corner Green and Ana Streets I A il''De--' ..._.:. 36 60' 'in' interior cf nth portion if I received( one:.pjarter what he

In Key west and,Monroe is the sole topic in their minds for Atlanta _...... 24 30 clear; Tnet-lcy generally fair,I,a.ke
Only DailyNewspaper County- That this worthy character in the weeks'l Boston ..__... 12 26 lightly- warmer in central por-,under Benjamin: Franklin's direc-

Entered at Key.We.t. Florida. as aecond cla a matter his Christmas eve work, sometimes s yi Buffalo ....._ 10 20 tion.JacluoirviUe i I.tion.I ,

FIFTY-SIXTH TEAL }1. :oks a' home here' and there is deeply to Charleston! .... 24 46 to Florida Straits I! ; ::;:-
I Chicago22 26 and East Gulf: Gentle northerly 1814-Ckvcani! Ohio, incor-
' ..Me.ber .r t" ALot" I>re.afn be regretted and the''blame rests not upon 1 Denver! ......0. 18 54- i winds over south portion and'gen- ported a virLge.
Associated Press I* .xclu.Lepateh lv;.ly entitled.credited to use to the' old gentleman, himself, but upon his I i i 0 ttfir. f Detroit __' 18' 22' tie to moderate variable winds I,
for re-publication of aU new i
It or not otherwise credited:i. thin paper and also I representatives in Key West who fail to Galveston .._, .&8' '. .1' 8 ;1 i over north portion and partly 1817-Integral revecne taxes

_the local 'Dew* published her. I provide him with the necessary information Hav.,. ....- '12 .... .. .. overcast Tuesday.; weather tonight and repealed by 'Congress-Act of
HuroA1.10 I 1791 began internal revenue taxes -
NAT I ONA;. f II) ;"IUAl<< I S and assistance'when needed., 1 9z.x Jacksonville .. 34 54 repealed in 1892 started

: .n'' df..A:J.-.54:Js..93 f ION S r Christmas Day,. however brings to the : KEY WEST 62 .76- .WEATHER CONDITIONS sein ni 1813 to this !I Los Angeles 50 68 return of peace condition in 1817
mind of devout different .
SUBSCRIPT.! OJ f RATES I i men an entirely S F.LF : Louisville .. ... 28 32 : A disturbance. ,,which developed) there was no internal revenue
One Tear ._-._._.__._.___ -l1o.wJ thought In the'eyes'of of the young it is Miami( ...,.- 58 72. Saturday night' off the middle( taxes to 1861.1913Federal.
Six Month Month._._ 2.SVADVEHTUIHQ 1.05Three 1 I a day of getting something desired from ? x I Minneapolia1.< 22 )- Gulf coast bas novel northeastward I -

One MonthIVeekly 1' I an unknown visitor but in the wisdom of New Orleans 38 44 and caused general rains' < Reserve Act en-
.t0 lt New' 'Yo:k. 18 28 throughout the East Gulf and i acted.j .
RATE. age it is a day of solemn commemoration. Pensacola ._ 34 42 South Atlantic: States, being heavyin
Made Know,on application I Christian people revere it as the day of tt I I Pittsburgh .._ 14' 20' eastern North Carolina. Hat-I j 1921-Eugene Debs. Socialist

SPCCIAI.JfOTICK the' birth'of their Savior and devote a part St. Louis .._..-. 30 38 teras; 1.98 inches, and in west-I advocate in prison since 1918 for
All reading notleei, cars of thatt, resolutions of Salt Lake City 16 42 central Florida, Tampa, 1.02 inches -' 10 years on the Espionage Act
respect obituary notice. etc. will -e charged. for at.I I of their time atleast,. to the considerationof 1.f 1. I San' Francisco' 44. 58 Another -disturbance is cen- given a Christmas pardon by the
the rate of- 18 cent a DinaNotices .
for ntertaU.ment by church: 't& from whlc.' h' ly matters.If Seattle'' --.. ... 40 46 tral this morning over Indiana, President.
a revenue I* to be derived are i certs a line. I t Tampa _r- 46Washington 68 and'light to moderate snows have
The Citizen 1* air open' forum and Invite dJlIC1J_ all the grown ups in Key West were 24' .
14 resulted from the Mississippi 1933 200' killed and 346 Injured
don of public Issue and subjects of local or general upset -I I -
Interest but it wil- net publish anonymom*'eomian&l<- truly devoted to the teachings of their Winston! 8 30 Valley eastward to the middle in French train wreck.

rationsIMPROVEMENTS Great :Master they would find in the oppor- f f Atlantic coast:: Temperatures have
*A fallen somewhat below normal in Subscribe- The Citiz -20c
tunity to make' little children happy an Temperature
FOR KEY rJST Highest ...: -.. 76 .the northern Plains States and I weekly.
occasion to practice what they have been This front view of the 1936 Dodge shows the graceful northern Rockies and are below
BY CITIZEN Lowest ,_.. ..._.-..-.....-.-.. -62
ADVOCATED THE taught. There would' be in all the con- tapered lines of the radiator grille to which a raised center sectionis Mean 69 the seasonal avenge in the Atlantic .

fines of Key West no sobbing youngsterleft giving a Gothic effect of classic beauty. Hood lines, fender Normal Mean .m............._._.._70 and East Cult States with BENJAMIN LOPEZ '
contours, horn grilles in which the mil! radiator pattern is. heavy frost reported this morningon FUNERAL HOMEServing
f. 'Water and Sewerage. in the wake of Santa Claus the mys- Rainfall the middle Gulf coast while v
repeated in miniature, present. an ensemble of racy slenderness, ; Key West : +5"HalfCoBtary :
2.-Brldgea'to complete Road to Main- terious giver who impersonates to childish power and speed. Yests-ty'sPrecipitation: .27 In*. warmer weather prevails the *. o, ?:9Uce..ed .
... .05Ina. -
Normal Precipitation .
hearts all; that is best and true and gen- ._- -- .- .. ---. --- THIa reear* eerers :24-h... perta4fsarnlael Mississippi and Ohio Valleys and 1. 24 Hoar Ambalaae Service -
.... Lake .region. :
Embe finer
!} Free-Port. : erous in life.Christmas. ........................ *! Tomorrow'at ft ela4Ci Almanac li; S. KENNEDY, PVon.135. Ni.J.t CM-\1l., s f

I of reception but rather of giving., It Sun. sets .._...-_ 5:45 p. m -- -- .

&- Bathing Pavilion. should not be to people at least, DAYS GONE BYHappenings Anniversaries Moon sizes .....,..-._ 6:07 a. m. ,
6. Airrrt LtutU and Sea. grown .1 Moon seta ..........____ 4:58'p. m.Tw. ,
*- any more than any' other day except thatit Here Just 10 Year.Ago ......... SSSSSSSSSSSSSC ideslist. .

7; Cons dation' of County and City marks great anniversary and affordsone Today A* Taken From 1732 Richard Arkwright P.M.: i F CHRISTMAS and i
.::. The File. Of The CitizenSocial ; 1
Government. day. out of all the year on which man- English inventor of the cotton- High' ...+......._.*. 9:38 8:36
spinning frame born. Died Aug. Low _, 2:58: 1:59 :
kind is urged to forget self and spread happiness cntertai ts. yachting 3, 1792. Barometer a. m. lejayt the NEW YEAR

Death takes no holidays-wa- your I 'in the name of Jesus.SIDELIGHTS. boxing!, baseball: basketball anJ:! Sea level; 30.00. I

driving all the time. other te-c)5tinif) events are 1785-(150( years ago) Chris- I .. '
planned f ov the season. This announcement tian Gbbrecht, Philadelphia's WEATH1R FORECAST GIV THEM A SAVINGS,ACCOUNT
vas made by the r lf-taught die-sinker and en-

chamber of commerce at a meet- graver of the mint, born' at Hanover teaches child thrift like Savings
If'a modern young man got on his (Till. 8 p. m., Tuesday) Nothing a a
ing of the: entertainment committees
Pa. Died July 23, 1844. Key West and Vicinity: Partly : Account Start one with.uS for him today for as
knees where the sit last night. Several yacht
to.proj ose, would girl ?-
w races have been already arrangedfor .cloudy tonight and Tuesday; not little aa.one dollar. Froni time''to time add to it.

By MARCY B. DARNALL and owners of vessels from ve,1804-Charles famous 'French A. author-critic Sainte-Bta- I I. When-graduation and college come along he will I

ATT;exchange' tells of a citizen whose Former Editor of Tie Key Wed Citie other sections of the state are being born. Died Oct.. 13, 1869. be prepared for them. He'will soon learn the lesSon '
requested: to enter their boats.
ambition is to get a job as tester in a mat- Chamber members are confidentthat I that.it is not what you earn-but what you save f
Senor Juarros. of the Spanish cham. 1805-Joseph Smith founderof makes wealth. '
tress the season's entertainment that
factory. ber of deputies advocates the passage of a schedule win! be one of the most the Mormon Ohnrch born at I'I'I
Sharon Vt. Killed with brother
law which provides that "any twice di- comprehensive ever attempted in

e Biological.note from a Denver paper :vorced man who attempts to marry.a third Key West. 27 by, a 1844.mob/at Carthage I1L, June The First National; Bank ot KeyW sl' I II

"One rat'can produce. 1,658 young rats.and ''time shall have his head'examined. Very That there is fn early and unprecedented I :i

mice in,a jrear. good; but how about the ladies? rush-from the bleak 1819-: William Kinsford Can- Member of.Jhe. Federal Reserve *
and cold north to the warm and adian engineer and historian, Partly Cloudy I
'sunny south is clearly demonstrated born. Died Sept. 28, 1898. :. Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance '

Safety1 organizations are campaigning Dr. McMillan a Chicago astronomer by the large number of much northerly change in winds temperature; gentle 1 Corporation

for*better brakes and pedestrianshope .believes other planets. of our solar system tourists arriving in Key West 1823-Tomas W. Evans the Florida:. Partly cloudy,, slightly I I j .
daily even though the time is well American dentist who settled! in r
far better breaks.. to be inhabited by being far superior in intelligence in advance cf the regular sea-|, Pare, became European leaderin -- ---- -- -... --

to the.people;on earth. Wonder son. Of those arriving on the|. dentistry and very wealthy by I".I"III""I'III'.IIIIIIIIIIII.I'IIJIIA
trains Monday 448 went .to Havana ; real estate investments there .
The poet-laureate of Peru was givena what Dr. Tugwell and.the rest of the I II
and advance reservations philanthropist to the Union cause
three:year prison sentence.. And prob- trusters will say to that. I show that for the next few weeks and in Europe, born in Philadelphia. -

ably got off light at that -- i I P. and O. Boats' capacity will be \ Died in Paris, Nov. 14. .4TIIII'.JIT.I ;
taxed to the utmost. .
1897. e .1'.1'1.1'11"11;
R --. Medicine Lodge Kan., will preserveas

a memorial the home of its most noted Carl. Bervaldi, Bounty commissioner e. 1111111; .
A French chef says his best dishes are 1856-James. B. Duke, tobacco
inspiredby music. Jazz oaght'to inspirea citizen, the late Carrie Nation,who rose to made an interesting talk t tat merchant manufacturer born
the meeting of the Key West I IRer.1ty ,
near Durham, N. C. Died in
fame in the nineties smasher of
kind of hash. early as a
wonderful in
Board held last night New York City. Oct. 10, 1925.
e saloons. Among the relics displayed is the the advertising campaign recently .

s hatchet with which she wrecked the Cary conducted by the chamber and,;' 1858-Giacomo Puccini Italian
The Townsend plan is an evolution of he gave a number of valuable sng-j i .. Died I
operatic composeborn.
saloon in Wichita at the outset of her
the spending spree-a money debauch gestions as to in. what manner the (i Nov. 29. 1924. I-ILarg.'i
smashing career. greatest number of prospective j I
which will when we wake
open out eyes visitors could be made aware of i I, ...............5.5..5.5Today's .
up. : the charm of Key West and its .
"A pessimist is a man who-has to live pleasant climate throughout the I Horoscope
with an optimist" is a clever epigram There were several other
l I year. 555555 555 5555555 5e555Si
It is said there !s nothing new under
credited to the late Will Rogers. Arthur speakers who were also of the 61
the sung J How about.the Townsend plan? I opinions set forth by )Ir. Ber The new sign comes in today -
Brisbane says he doesn't doubt? that Will with a gift of versatility. In the .
Presume+ 1Y l some one will ccme along and said it, but avers that Ambrose Bierce also thought valdi. and that they an additional.$6OOO too., voiced the j better ,educated this shows' "tfnf S'.- .. ** if; Jk % : ;- ( .. ,'4. iu. ... ;. ..... s.
thatfit tried and found wanting mess," diplomacy, and .
was : a strong
said it 50 And wonder be raised to carry on the work. f
years ago. we may I

ages gone-11 by. who gave Bierce the idea. When think degree tions. In of the adaptacility less trained to'it.condi showsin. ; :i 'C."h.:: s::
Editorial comment: 5J4f :
ing of Christmas presents think of t-varied( ..an ability to turn the hand-lift 5 : .ea'p i'. i .
employments xhich mayT .
The with which cured "
ease Japan to
Dr. Antheaume of Paris declares that the best a year's subscription I the means of lifting the native'toa .- .
hegemonic control of Manchukuo The Citizen to be sent to a dear .
undoubtedly .
the "irresistible impulse to steal often better degree of comfort. jj' ;' ; .
steeled Mussoini: to take a shot dignified by the term kleptomania," is nota friend or loved one. I 5 .. ;

at Ethiopia in the believe that he wouldbe disease at all, but just pure cussedness. Miss Josephine Recio and sister, when left on.-the the ship Northland sailed' front yesterday! the SI
unmolested in his ripacity.:: If the Miss Sophia Recio who frequently -j %
In our ignorance of the newer psychologywe P. and O. wharf with 630 Havara-
League had acted when Japan first violated visit relatives in Key West are I bound. SIi.
had long suspected as much.A enjoying a vacation from the studies -

Chinese rights, it is, reasonable to at Fairfax Hall, Basic Va., "Jaraa.avHle'. IF.5uag Hotel" IS'e

presumthat: Italy would'' not have' invaded good record i is always a valuable with their uncle and aunt. "Sir..1 THESEMINOLE I eo
and Mrs J. M. Warren in Miami.
Ethiopia nor would the militaristsof asset, as James Nolan of Washington can Carlos F. Recio, a brother who'attended Ii.5 Toys;' Gifts |!

Nippon have again raided Chinese'ter testify. Arrested, for intoxication, he i the Academy of Fine Arts -fsirs -

ritory. If the' League crac'r down on recounted his many years of sobriety, and in Chicago last summer and at is Notre now .
taking an A. degree
Italy and force her retirement from invaded -
released with admonition by the I
was an Dame, will join them for jhe'holidays. ; .
territory, Japan would crawl backto judge. Nolan declared he had never drunk .

her own borJers without hesitancy. liquor until he was tempted to. thus celfr1 ,I h -ti, '.' -' .. .
Ralph: W.Chambers, noted ac- .. ::: .- j.. I
brate his 81st birth t .
tor-manager of New York arrived .
,:. '
General'Juan Vicente Gomez who as- yesterday and.announced today '

sumed dictatorship of Venezuela when its John Gildea, a New York bridegroom that his company of entertainers i --dl". n..... 'r
will within the next two ClfAS. B. CiRITEU. Mae.ager
p- sideIlt, Cipriano Castro, was touring .was disillusioned arly. When he attempted -Ii I A human, home-Tike- l .tlotiowhere .
days and be ready for. presentaI Salk Gi cen & Co.
will find .........*' xt Engineering
Europe and' who died lastteek at; his to kiss his bride shortly after the I of the company's opening bill 1 1I I eea'.rt row sad ..tfl1al.ywr_.. a mat g.

hacienda near Caracas tne capital, will be ceremony. she objected, but finally submitted "The Cat and the Canary" New I ter of great -s--Importance. \ ". :
I Year's Eve night in the San Carlos A-steel :: Mtidtag'teestedis Phone 598 Wfiite and.EUa Street
tUetrr..C Si
mourned by most Venezuelans. He governed '' to a formal caress on the cheek. theater.A the, heart .. the elty I

that country benevolently,-though John said: "I didn't suppose they got that I. -5--- '
Room with Combination'I'a.i 9 "Your-home worthy- of therbest"
he also! took are of himself materially and way for a.year or two." I quiet wedding was performed and Shower Batty RaAlo. ElectriC
Monday evening.by Judge-A. J. Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer
was reputed to be the second richest man resident I Ventilation CmfortaM Bcd wttr
Kemp ia the Kemp
Mattresses of inner Sprig COB ?
in' that::South Amerrican country-and Dancing exhibitions will. shortly* in- when the judge joined in traction and Individual, ReadIn : .
I ,
maintained! a balanced budget, avoiding a 'elude a new series of gyrations called!the wedlock Miss Ertna Marshall e Lamp rtATKS v\* : isia
and Theobald Forstall both of glals! .
foreign debt as well. We could use a fellow "bendola," according to a press dispatch. I Havana Cuba. I 7* R_ Nrf5te-BaW __ t12i0: :'" 'I'.I.1

like that ourselves. It mitht be a .The new dance is said to combine the worst M. 1I.Prt. Private BalbRMUM 1Ia...'' _- ..SJIIt1... : .. siiiieoreo 0,
capitalJdea: to send Charleston The largest.passenge. list on nmmmu, Private Bath' -- ...*( ....... ,. :: >?' .
idle cake-walk the
one of our brain ,forure& of the board of vessel sailing from I I. Sa.8'leaYM.IhIdI.' 4M1 \ : ;--:;; :<' .
trusters:down to find out how it was done.1 and the St. Vitus. I Key West any in a-. number of years ", u. IVCRFASE CCCTJTAJTCT> FOB .DOCBUi--, 1fllfIfI/F/i/i1///I//I00/00


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I NEVER v ia .t wa laer t.1/at' M airwv D--iHi.L MM D.Ina, E. -lTTfflTl"i"iT.CLASSIFIED) ti to iii a e J'I L lA; r rs: NEW', lOWERPR1CES

== === Au.DtlVld Garth= = = = i[ NOTICE OP MASTER SALE!
lens .....M iAlrarlOPsiSt" .-va --;? : SPORTSBY COLUMN Notice hereby rived that In aorordanee :> ONBIG
r I with the final decree heretofore
entered IT- that '
) : certain: cause
IWrVWett U ft Back to. the Job. the everlasting i ..e.ee.e..e.e..e.e. pending the Circuit Court of the
ties AM ric-.a-:y in tks eo i* Great God Job. Wearily fighting I Kleventh:: Judicial Circuit of Florida -
ttt,ttliixf .tan attack*, in and for
te--..-propcee (a *... ,... ...- both, the Palva'and" to al It Ions- red wherein Loran H. Provo and County Reatha DODGE
meat of e0 went as *os com' to tape-Lawrence Willett waiting for r Provo hit wife are complainants,
at. about on board tie."Par.albo"this
him;mount eagerly down thrrtver. JOVE, and Henry Enkemeler and dollars
tamt .lg\C. Fox Jkxotc tfcatmeans a ChristmasGift of Distinction Knkemeier, his whose Already priced only a few
tr.ebt.or the*ct very
i. mixed .p in (.. flel... FLORIDA SHOWERS-A book: tian name I* unknown, are defendants mere
/ttoir* Wt fcov tfts mate tkino, to see. -- of poems ofthe keys by Step-'I brlnr Chancery Caw No. can ..Dodge has recently announced -
and it Alreadymakiup. fl.*. t. k His own hand tentatively toucheda 4J4. the undersigned, as Special even Tower price M
*_cc the fun, .*___..4 tcJker : ...e.e.e..e..ee.ee..ee..ee..e..ee.lee. hen Cochran Singleton. Price Matter In Chancery' will sell at low as W40 Ittt prices at the factory.
."r it tcrta slight bulge' under his left arm. RATS public auction for .. I But the big. new.
DEFEATED One Dollar. On sale at The' ash to the .Ig"ellt Detroit
_" Good' medicine for the' docks at j I DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS' Citizen and best bidder at the front money-saving Dodge saves you more
Roslna B..A lovely girl In:eveninggownpeer I dee23 door of the County Court House In than on original first cost. From
.' Cbapter Seven Fox bad: perspired CATS' r Key West. Monroe County, Florida ail over the country come reports ot
YESTERDAY'' WANTED on the Ith day of January AD. amazing gas and oil economy-18 to
TERRY BEGINS blood 1535 the same being a legal sale 24 miles per gallon and savings n?
He went out at the side of the Legation (By GRAVY) day between the hours of 11ee A. to 20, oil.
ITTILLETT went OIL"Dad's sitting Club and hayed\ an ambling !: ....... .................t........................ WANTED TO BUY-A fishing the M. and law 2 and:00 I statutes*. M.. as In provided such cases by More on luxuriously appointed than?

,- uirtlirrtverTrttlrr.45' oar carriage. t1AMrt PLAYED AT NAVY boat about 30 feet in made and provided, the ever before with stunning new
.. :i Yesterday was such a balmy Ii | excuse as Pious; Sam says it length followlnK'd".rfbed.pro style and beauty, this new Dodge
,hand and a vial of quinine In the As a child she-had loved to follow 9-foot beam about ert-, lying and being
makes him speed 10
i day that a lot t>f guys thought tired just to watch hit la Monroe County. Florida to-wit: has been hailed by noted auto edItors -
other. That stuff goes aboard the'Paraiaibo' parades..chase a brass band and the FIELD RESULTED IN I I II miles hour. Yacht and fashion authorities aa them
Apply Lot Twelve
I they could shoot about a 72 but employes work so' hard. Even the per (12) TaverriTer
tonight! tread of marching ,feet. And when : ( Paula Louise Yacht Basin Cove, a subdivision In Monroe 1 SCORE OF 12.4 they forget all about the wind ;, wind had no ef'ect on Bill's 83. ,
"Strike one George"breathed the the ring la the air passed'she had County. Florlda.a per plat history. See and drive this big. new
I that was waking the nice warm dec21-3t thereof filed In the office of the Dodge-"Beauty Winner without d*,
girl always felt thetge of desire to weather. 'tAn because of the In a wild and wooly five-some Clerk of the Circuit Court In lay. See the free economy test Find
"Would yon mind telling ma what keep afire that note of spirited' TWO and for Monroe""County in plat out for yourself how Dodge can save
rhythm-sonSehpw'The' The Sewer Rata defeated theWaterworks' breeze",all the players put on a: composed of the four horsemen book 1. page 101.WM.. yon money every mile you drive.
you're to dotFox asked (
going po and return. See Joe H.
with the Vogue MALONE
strokes than they additional of
couple more Curly
gardenswere very quiet; Hut { ,
litely. Cats at Navy Field As Special Master In Chancery.
Willett shrugged. a note stlllVang:A'thlb-lipped'young' > I I I usually de*. But the wind is no > Locks, many and various scores Cleaners. de.'14tfWANTEDLadies' KURTZ &: REED, \ \\tt-.', /II-
afternoon in
man bad come and gone; come heralded yesterday a very respecter jof persons as you may I were made. Doe William Per- second-hand Solicitors for Complainant ;
How do I know Start off for the decS-lt-ZJ-30 PV
by: a sbaUng.Embassy'rnnner.and good game. well see bV reading the following eival had to go for eight holes SPEND
docks and Best cash
take my cue as I go along. bicycle. price. Ap-
gone- with a grin for the welfare Plenty of hitting and very good : } before he realized where he was
The ship clean at noon tomorrow. tff" ply Mrs. Levis Air Station
of an attache. She knell she had fielding featured the game, with going to knock the ball next with dee23-2t Subscribe to The Citizen-20e YDUR'VACATIDN
Allaire flicked her clgaret Into the Apartments.
seen 'a'' parader-an the gardens I
the result that
he had little larger
a veekly.
shadows Be the final !score of 12 to4 marked -
was right Thinking were!very-tfttleu' Mr. Lionel Plummer had to go
score than usual but he ,
came .BICYCLES !
dragged ar speedy action Step' on Up. I I to Miami tohelp his boy celebrate | around
last round for
on a
the gas and catch the signals as you got' tip- restlesslyand went Leading hitters were J. Garcia 1 the Christmas season and THIS YEAR IN' :
sped SHE' 11 soj I nice 43 which is the best of thegang BICYCLES WD RENT by tho PALACE. =
to the lighted, Legation 'and GabrieL The former 'connected I' Cookie Mesa elected to take his!

I "'Do'70U want to go along. Club sUpp1? through a door on the for a homer and two sin place, which was a good take for i! always Edwardinski excluding Strunk thegenialJoe. and Hour Day or Week. Repairall Lew Ayres-Claire Trevor' in FLOfl1DAJ t

George she asked lacily. "Or hearabout terrace Into a swirl of music and"I gles and the latter for a triple 1 all expecting Winsome Willie and makes and paint them with SPRING TONIC

It over the radio?" the scrape of feet smell of starched*! and two singles in four times at I l Otto Tax "man. Mesa and Rus j I| Melvie Russell must have had a I Nn-EnameL We carry a full fprgour HEALTH!
contest on to eee how near they supply of'parts. Agent for the Comedy and Cartoon in colors
bat. i I I sell Kerr 'cam out one when J
I up
D. Lopez walked three times Of 'could duplicate rounds which they Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.I Matinee. : 10-lSc; Niwhtt'I5-25c WllI""n
the match' was over. course i \,
succeeded in John \\\
sand his of- I doing. Jump- 1 And sellthem as low as. $5.00
singled only stand upjfor
once Willie say-yon try and I in' Jehosophat Kinschenbaum gotit I down and $1.00 per week. _.
ficial time bat. -'-- -
at about eight hours ata stretch ;,
into his knoodle that the pondon Phone 276. J. R. StOwers Co
In the field. M, Lopez and D. : and listen to all the people tell I I number two needed'filling and dec8tfFOR
for the losers, and Gabriel, ,
Lopez I you what and why they have certain -
proceeded to do with golf
Acevedo and J. Garcia for the tot I same
packages and then try RENT
balls only he gave out of balls
Rats were onstanding. and be do- Oversea COe-
shoot par golf you'll Transportation
after after' putting four into the
Molina walked 10 batters ing well if you can get up to the
pond. He he is all excited
held them:to five hits. I buzzard class says -2 bed rooms, conveniences
Score by innings: R. H. E.I i about his boy,coming home to porches. 519 Elizabeth OWNED AND OPERATED BY

Cats 102'' 010' 000- 454:; spend! the holidays and will show I Street. nov13
12' 12 Mr. Bill Brnner and :Mr. the boys' next week how to play
Rats __ 502' 005 3j j Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West
Batteries:' E. Rodriguez' J.}!Charles Salas got together against I the game. However, it seems that FURNISHED' APARTMENT ,

Carbonell and D. Lopez; :Molina Samuel Harris and Louis Cruick-y the match of Strnnk-Russell on Modern conveniences 628 '

and O. Caraballo. shank but many times during the j the one hand came out even White street or call at Gaiti's REGULAR' AND RELIABLE FREIGHT

match did }frt Harris wish that, against the Kemp-Kirseh combine Barber Shop nov12 SERVICE BETWEEN

he and Bill were partners. Sam-' so now Willie know how it feels

FERA VS. HEALTH tel had a 96 which is some fire to have been four up on number NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT I West and MiamiNOW

or six strokes more than he is en-I 16 and then lose four points! ,'with} garage Apply 827 Key

PLAYERS TODAY titled too but Sam has the same I straight and come out zero.' Duval street. dec9


-f. ..eee..eee..e..e.eee5.55 noted metallurgist, born at Le- -oN-

e'j, t ': The Social League will play Today's Birthdays I banon, N. H.. 56 years ago. BUICK, $35.00.new paint See good Joe Vogue condition TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY AND

this afternoon at Bayview Park SATURDAY MORNINGS:

= ,beginning at 4:30 o'c'ock, one I ........................ Oonnie Mack (Cornelius McGil- Cleaners. dec4-tf
game. Harriet Monroe of Chicago licnddy), veteran Philadelphia otD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

The Administration ten will poetess and editor born there, baseball! manager; born at East bundles for Se. The Citizen Of. SERVICE'OFFICE
C- tackle the Sanitary outfit. Bat- I
I Mass. 73
Brookfield years ago. flee octlfl
teries will be: E. Roberts and years ago. :

-So long."Willett said, fielding out his hand. Rneda and Castro and Oarabal- 500
,, Edwin L. Sabin of CaL novelist TYPEWRITING PAPER TELEPHONES 68 AND 92
10. Gen. Charles E. Kil-
Brig. of the West born at -sheets 75c. The Artman Press.
Two men looking at her-one astonished shirts, and cocktails and perfume: Leading hitters in this league bourne U. S. A,. distinguishedsoldier Rock-I,
the other'with downright She ford I1L, 65 years ago. angry
surveyed the scene estlmat- are: Gabriel. .800; J. Pinder,1
born at
and acthor-editor
apprehension. inglya momentbalanefoa it against .750; }Y. Arias-* 67r' M.v Lo -- ----.
Huh!- Ud Willett .uncertainly. thousands of others.- and then moved .500; Hill, .500;-B. Pinder Ft. Whipple, Va, 63 years ago.

**Go along?" straight through politely importuning Leading pitchers: E. ,Z,1 -'

"She's funny that way" Fox said stag line toward the conser won, 1 lost, .800; J. Cates, 2 Harry B. Pnlsifer of Cleve1andLEGALS ; -.

rapidly. He felt a little irritated. vatory. 2 lost .500; Stickney 1 won, 1

Somehow they made him feel like It was there that Fox found her. lost. .500; Russell, 2 won, 2 lost,
the kind of a person who put his feet Fox with a topcoat buttoned about
.500 lost
; J. Moore 1 won, 1 FIRMS
In'hot water-and mustard, plaster his throat and a soft black
snap .500; ,Adams, 2 won, 2 lost, .500; IN THE COURT Of THE COITfTYJfDGE.
on his chest every time there was a trim in his hand."WillettY MONROE r01."iTr.1
Lowe 1 won 1 lost, .500.
draught. he began. STATE OF FLORIDA. IV PRO.

Her amused "He's gone.-she told him. I BATE.
glance goaded him sinking:
In re the Estate of:
Into going on. Into a chair. "Tknow. darling the MANY GIFTS AT'JOHNSON ROBERT T. JOHNSOX. I ThemJOHN'
"Lay off the lone wolf stuff Terry. lamp of reason kind of backfired on DeceasedFINAL
Tomorrow" didn't It? ?" I NOTICE
you. Why
r, Notice Is hereby siren that the
"Tonight." said Willett. not even' Why? Fox didnt care to tell her STOREA ,undersigned will\ on the 16th day of
the January, AD.. 1S3S. present to the I
hooking reason.Knowledge like that with
at him.they're loading the
I Honorable County Judge of Monroe
'Parajalbo.:" His eyes were on the Allaire West might be fatal. He ree1ognized County Florida my final return,I II
girt. a merciless strain of quicksilver I account and vouchers as AdmlnlsI -i
In this girl who had learned wide selection of Christmas I I tratrir de bonis non of the Estateof TIFT'S I
Tonight! Always'' tonight Fox' Robert T. Johnson, deceased and '
to ask favors frost nobody. gifts' for the entire' family can {
at said time then and there make
was a man In leaky rowboat bucking
a The lamp'of'reason-be'd' never be' found at Frank Johnson's in I,application to the said Judge for a' THREE GRADES:
a strong current and he knew It j ( final settlement of my administration FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
lost it He only knew that the one the Colonial Hotel building. 328 SIMONTON ST.
II, of said estate and for an order -
"Are you seriousabout going:' thing: In the world Ihe recognizedwas An advertisement in this issue'I discharging me, as such Ad' STAR; ib., 25c SPECIALTY

His voice was elaborately casual.'I action quick spontaneous ac lists a few selections in jewelry, i ministratrix de bonis non. 1101 Divialon Street
"Because If Til hare I Dated this the ICth of December LARGO Ib..
you are to go I day ,
tion.And novelty and practical items. At'D. 1935. t PLUMBIN I : & 15cc
with 1
yon. suppose.
sincerity was keynote
He I a to JAMIE E. JOHNSON j V. & S, Ib., PLANTS and'VlNES'PHONE'29
grinned. George Fox's character. He' knew Subscribe to, The Citizen-20c I As Administratrix de bonis non of I
"Rule One of the efficient: Foreign I perfectly well he was falling In love weekly. the Estate of Robert T. Johnson 1 ROASTED KEY WEST
Deceased. decli-23-3
OtlScer-..' moUng and protectingthe with her. ; JaoC-11.I : SOUTH I I I FLORIDA Staple and FancyGroceries

Interests of the United States I I "1 could chase after him-." he be- DURO PUMPS' -Es--- '.. ..
and Its '"
citizens. I gan.

"Yeahdrawled Willett. "so they i "Don't." she advised briefly. "I PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE,MILL NURSERY.Com "..

tell me.' Hlldei will swoon when he I don't think he liked the Idea'of bating P I ete Line Fresh .
512 Greene Street "
those Better yon tag along. .
sees clothes. get a coat. PHONE 348' ,
Fruits and Vegetables
Cebrge.r .'-- Her eyes were kind howew. He Phone 256 PHONE 597

was nice;he had style and something ;

A the path toward the Legation certain boyish earnestness perhaps. SELECT SEA FOODS -READ-' HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Club. Willett watched him go. and attach don't risk prowling

then: turned quickly to the girL around docks Jewfish 2 11.. ....,..."..... 35c ; I INSURANCEOffices

"So long."he said holding out his Neil"There's" she said LaMarr suddenly.dancing-despise with Ycllowtail Steak,,2 Ib 3S THE KEY WEST Z I,

hand. LaMarr; he's followed us from y.nowtal1.a Boa, 2 Ib.. 25c 319 Dmral Street
"You're not waiting for him
come back?" to Buenos Aires like a scavenging Grouper 2' 1W -....r .,> 2Se SUNDAY STAR

shark in the wake of a ship. Do _. ,
He shook his head. go Snapped 2 thai.- .. 2Se

"Leaving by a side gate. If there yon forth varlet"to war. George, and unhorse Matter Fish, 2 ..*.--. 25 TELEPHONE'NO..f

was any trouble old George would be He hesitated Subscription $2 Per Year :
caught In a bad spot"He a moment There was FRESH; i
yet time for him to dash out Into SHRIMI'T Y..r *..... AlDdmonico
smiled. She' liked his smile the darkness like a new edition of Larg SeJect-<>7aten Sunday ---

white teeth la the bronze Of his face Svengaii at a flfty
and' his eyes crinkling at the corners. Then be took off his coat and slung If your house requires a new roof or new siding;or,if you FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY ,

it into a chair. desire to modernize your home,you can now borrow from Business Office Citizen B.clwei..r Bar ____ lie

he"Stay said away from"? bands docks at night. Allaire watched him as he went $100 to$2000 for the work and pay it back on easy month LOWE FISH COMPANY 1 Building Six Coarse Diaaara, ?____

easily. o playing or out'ora the' floor to separate her extending over a period as long as 36 months. i
people waving-Just some damn I mother from the polished self-styled ly payments i PHONE 151 PHOtfESi :-_- We 78e sad as.I' .

'fools stumbling over packing boxes I .
globe-trotter. LaMarr. THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT !
and wishing they _" t
were dlplomatH.
dropped her hand and turned Cosyrfekt.. mi.-tw'David Garth '".Ybaa made possible these easy term with'NO AARON McCONNELL ,

away; leaving behind something I T.m........ Allaire Swipes a "' .. DOWN PAYMENT NO MORTGAGE and I "Best for I' PRITCHARD I' EXTRA LARGE SELECTCHESAPEAKE
tor car. and takes RATES. s3slemlag str..t Pels-
that had hit him queerly and passed. Noviu en an LOWEST INTEREST -
exciting Journey.... ,.,, .. f.T JT This is your opportunity to add to the value I ,'d g 1 Dog or s' BAY
fat FUNERALSyatpathetie
% that 4 HaUl
of by making improvement
your property
.. S\ .: arc needed.Let us explain. how easy it U to have l. "".. : WJls... Co, OYSTERSServed'

Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company this work done NOWI Wateb )iQ after two year of
laboratory research D1gaUl..id.

Effective December 22nd 1935. SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO. I Dates 'lice produced forth Ce1 tar Any Style and DsDvered -

5., S. CUBA PHONE 598 Wait Eliza Sta. 11"! animal lamgdoaa Cooked or Raw, to toy

Leaves Port Tampa on Sundays and Wednesdays at 2:30P. "Your Home !. Worthy Of The Beet" balanced raliom.- part of city.WATCHMAKER .

JL arriving Key West'' 7 A. 1>1. Mondays and'Thursdays. 1 jj j j :W> tt i j Inspected and.passed by D.. LICENSED- EM&ALHSK: HOT SOUSE EVERY

Leaves St. Petersburg on Sundays at 4:15 P. M'. arriving jj j i AND ENGRAVER WtiMat' of AsTicaltfer ef SATURDAY

Key West 7 A. M. Monday. j Se* Him For Your.Next' Work. :United Stat. es-fit for h.__ A.a..1aM Savet.r'
Leaves Key West Mondays and Thursdays 8:30 A. M. ir fooL Nie* Jaiey Steaks*
for Havana.
Asb for sad dematdLAD? ATrtrTDANT'P !
Leaves Key West,Tuesdays and'Fridays C P. M. for Port 9 t'17-1' tbOp '04 IDEAL DOC FOOD LUNCH RftJ'fir-{'

Tampa FUu ROOFINGS S SHINGLES 5.t' b"t f At Any Grocery SloopWEILS'
For further information and rate call Phony 14. = .r o.. 64S N rar 900 Southard St.




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following events cover the I EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT
week of Monday, December 23 to THISMORNING I
Nina deLisaLeslie, Editress Saturday December 28: II I Matinees Balcony, )Oct Orchestra.
IN the arrivals in
.......... ...................................... MONDAY. DECEMBER 23 Friday evening over the highway ts.2Oc. Nights I5-25e
WEST COAST SECTION Coral Isle Casino-Boxing instruction ERAL ASSOCIATED WITH
Today the Society Editress 'resumes her post on Th. ELEVEN CAME IN YESTERDAY were Mr. and Mrs. John J.

Citiaea, avd he is pleased once more, to b. actively among FOR SOME TIME Pena's*Place-4:30 P. M. un-. Kirschenbaam, Jr., and Vivian V. CONSUL RODRIGUEZ SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT
the people who were so kind and who helped her so much til 5:30 P. M., Cocktail hour. ; TWELVE LEFT Rowland, sister of Mrs. Kirsehen- -II-

with her work last eaoa. Tender Ivy, of the lighthouse Bayview Park-4:30 P. M. Social ON AIRCRAFT YESTERDAY baum, from Greenville, Miss.: Andres Vargas Gomez, grandson WAVES
She Lopes that the splendid cooperation and coartesy department completed her tour League diamondball game. They came here to spend the of the famous Cuban General fwo PennanenU gg QQ
extended her last year will again .he accorded and stands oF'duly on the west coast and returned Bayview Park-3 P. M. until 6 Christmas holidays with Mr. and Maximo Gomez, arrived last week for
ready and willing at all times to be of any possible service. this morning to remain in P. M. Handball games. Mrs. J.- J. Kirse1 enbaum, Sin from Havana and is associated Better Waves $5.00 and. up

She looks forward to a busy and enjoyable season as port,'except in case of emergency Monroe "Every Night at parents of younjg Kirschenbaum. with Cuban Consul Berardo Rodriguez MRS. MILLER
advance for Eight" with George Raft and Plane of the MiamiKeyVest Mr. Kirschenbaum is connectedwith as chancellor of the consulate 407 South Street Phono 574-J
Editress, and thanks each of you in your aid in during the holidays.
order that the society columns will be pleasant reading. .... Tender Poinciana reported this I Alice Faye.. Airways Inc, asrived this morn- the United States Engineering .
ing from Miami with 12 Mr. Gomez expects to spend
morning by radio that weather Palace-"String Tonic" with passen- Department at Vicksburg,
.---. conditions prevent the vessel sail- i Lew Ayres Claire) Trevor and gers for Key West. Arrivals were: ltliss.GILFONDS. \ about two months in Key West KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Zasn Pitts. Allan Cok. Elmer Knudsen, Mary when he frill sail for Cuba and
ing and she is now berthed at
Congregational Church Circlet Harbor Key Channel awaiting I Trevor Thomas Atell, Agatha from there go to Europe and re- HOTELIn
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24 Sierra Ralph Sierra: Gonzalo Bez- RETURN sume his studies in medicine in
To Present Christmas ProgramThe abatement of the wind. Upon Monroe-"Motive for Revenge." anilla, K. O. Thompson Fran- France. the Center of the Businesrf
arrival the tender will remain un-
Palace-"Man on the Flying cezca Jarid Rod J. Reid Louis HERE LAST and Theater District
til after the holidays.PERSONAL NIGHTWPA
wo,_& Yo Trapeze" with W. C. Fields and Machin Gerald Watkins. FOR CHRISTMAS EVE-
Sunday: School: of the rirsi.hold Side oy Side-Cynthia Higga. ........................ "My Song For You" with Jan Departures yesterday afternoon TURKEY SANDWICHES First Class-FlreprW-
Congregational Church will Who Is This-Three Boys. Kiepura. were: J. Julien Southerland Otto Sensible Rate
their annual Christmas tree and I Christmas Star-James Cash. I Also Oyster Steak. Pork, Ham
MENTION Pena's Place-4:30 P. M. until J. Sieplein Neville Sturgis Rbo- Administrator )L E. Gil-
program in the church Christmas)' Our Christmas. Tree-Lillie Mae'. 5:30 P. M., Cocktail hour. ert Sturgis, George Sturgis Rich-I fond at Key West returned over and other Sandwiches Garage Elevator
night at 6:30 o'clock at which Adams. ee.e..ee..eee..e.eeeee. Bayview Park-4:30 P. M. Social ard Hodges, Claude Salis Lillian the highway last evening accom- NICE STEAKS HOT SOUSE
time the following numbers will Song-Primary Department. 'I Ralph del Pino who was spend- League diamondball game. Curtis Frank Tentley J,. Rice i panied by Mrs. Gilfond and are ICE CREAM-An Flavors Popular Price

be rendered: Christmas Dinners-Two Girls ing a while in Tampa was a returning Bayview Park-3 P. M. until 6 Scott, RajMedina: J. Garcia.Arrivals at home. in their quarters in the WELLS4 LUNCH ROOM
Hymn, Joy To The World-Con- and Two Boys. passenger on the Cuba P. M. Handball games. yseteri'ay' morning: W.I naval station.
gregation. I My Stocking-Shirley Fay In- this morning. I i-3. Schoneck Neville Sturgis. Rob- The local administrator was absent --

Scripture Reading and Prayer graham.The WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25 ert Sturgis, Richard Hodges, Don- from the city for 10 days on'1".1'.1'1.1'1'.1'1'.1'.1'.1''"I

-Rev. E. R. Evans. Happy Bells-Mary Jones. Mrs. Charles Smith jr., and son Monroe-"Shipmates Forever"with ald Smith Rosario Smith. David business in Jacksonville and Miami 1 .
Welcome-Lois RusselL Christmas-Four Girls. Donald arrived yesterday from Dick Powell and Ruby Keel- Print, Raymond BetheL Dorothy I. and"after the completion of
A' Beginners Welcome-Mavis Christmas Lights--Erma Sands.: Jacksonville,.oming to Key West er. Thurman, Anna Thorman George the business part of the trip, en-

BetheLA Song-Barbara Jean Johnson by plane from Miami to spend the Palace-"Man on the Flying Sturgis. joyed a vacation: of several days. Gifts For Gifts For
: Big Word Audrey Robinson. .,and Ellie Rae Gwynn. Christmas holidays with relatives Trapeze" with W. C. Fields and Departures yesterday afternoon I
., Christ The Little Christmas and friends. "My Song For You" with Jan were: :Margaret Burke-White Sardines are* caught only in the
:Greetings-Leo Stanley. Stranger-Four Boys. I Kiepura. Clarence Carter Nice Annie Lewis dark of the moon; fishermen locate
How To Start The Day-Bev- Best Wishes-Shirley Roberts. I Clyde Smart, who is making his Navy Field-3 P. M. Football Daniel Lewis Jr., Joan Cordell schools of the fish by their Men WomenMILITARY

erly'., Curry. Because-Anthony Boza. home at Sebring Fla., arrived game. High School vs. Park Tig- Fabian BarbeaJ Robert. Bruce, phosphorescent light which the $
Song Santa We'll Be Good- The Reason Why-Three Girls.! over the highway last evening to Donald Link Ralph Gunn Ercilia: moonlight spoils.ANNUAL .
Volina Nowe. The Christmas Baby-Wilma spend the holidays with relativesand ers.Pena's Place-4:30 P, M. un- Falcon Consuela Pineda. Edwin ( BRUSHES PERFUME SETSMANICURE
Bells of Christmas-Tommy Taylor. friends. til 5:30.P.. II.. Cocktail ear Lentz John Bogert Cart Eich.
Hathaway. Song-Junior Department.Wise Navy Field-7:30 P. M. Exhibi- CHRISTMAS .EVE FOUNTAIN PENS AND SETS

Christmas Joy-Floyd Hoeffer. and Foolish Men-Ralph Mrs. H. W. Hill of Philadelphia tion boxing contest.HabanaMadrid8, In the last 20 years the numberof DANCE PENCILS TOILET SETS
Secrets-Robert Archer. Peterson.The was an arrival this morning from P. M. to ? inmates of San Quentin prison RAUL'S CLUB SHA NGSETS'
A Little Baby-Betty Rae t Little One's Gifts to the Tampa to pay her first visit to Dance and the beet of cocktails.: voluntarily taking educational: /, Dell Woods' 8-Pieee Orchestra I COMPACTSDAINTY
Brady. King:-Six Girls. Key West in 28 years and be the Raul's Open all night where courses has increased from a score Old Fashioned Waltz Night CIGAR LIGHTER SETS

Instead of a Sticking-Joyce The Christmas. Colors-Jerry guest of her brother Fernando H. the best of drinks are served. to more than 2,930 convicts out I Tomorrow, 10 p. m. i! TIE HOLDERS CHINA S
Thompson. Hathaway. Roberts, and the family. (Cuban Club-Dance with Dell of a population of 6000. j
Christmas. Is Everywhere- I Wonder If-Five Boys. Woods' Orchestra. I BILL FOLDS WRIST WATCHES

Betty Our Lou Lord's Garing.Birthday-Ruth, Play and, The Six Christmas Girls. StorySixBoys Tampa Judge Thomas municipal Watkins court of Mrs.the THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26 .......................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I BIBLES STONE-SET RINGS

Louise Roberts. The Christmas SpiritBettyLewin. Watkins and daughter Miss Beverly Monroe-"This is Life" and :
Glad You Came-Betty June I arrived on the Cuba this "Shipmates Forever. i PROOF READING CONTESTName FOR
Palace--"Alias John Law" with.
CottrelLA Christmas Lullaby-Ellie Rae
morning from Tampa to spend the .
Little Child Once Came To Gwynn. holidays with relatives.J. Bob Steele. Dolls, Toys, Necklaces, Forks, Spoons, PitsFRANK

Earth-Ruth Rose DiNegro. I I The Best Story-Ellen Mae Di Pena's Place-4:30 P. M. until : ._..___.____. '
5:30 P. M, Cocktail hour. '
The Best Gift Lanriette Negro.Do .
B. Sullivan was a returning : ,
4:30 P. It!. Social ,
Bethel.A You Believe In Santa Clans passenger this morning from diamondball'game.- : Address..__. : : -'. JOHNSONI
Question-Jack Currie and I-Ruth Camalejo. Tampa accompanying his daughter _r.' ,. ..
Forest AHhur. Thankfulness ulee BetheL Miss Mary Sullivan comingto :
The First Christmas Gift- Merry Christmas-Helen Jones. spend the vacation from Flor- FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27 : The Error Is. __ ?,

Conway Kelly. "Goodnight-Eloise Curry ida State College with her Monroe\ "Atlantic Adventure"and .. COLONIAL BUILDING
Babe In Bethlehem-Volina I I Pantomime-Seven Girls. parents. "The Revenge Rider. .
with .
Nowe. HymnCongregation.. Palace-"Alias John Law" ---.-- 1tss..s"iiav..sossrioirioarsr

Misses Frances Mae and Cath- Bob Steele. .................... ............................ .I'I'I.I'IIIIIII.I.lII". .. .>>
Pena's Place-4:30 P. M\ unli1 '
Weds erine Lowe daughters of Mrs. 5:30 P. M.\ .Cocktail hour. ,- ---
Miss Marie Domeneche Virgil S. Lowe who had been attending 'J
I Bayview Park-4:30 P. M. .areiesoosio o.o :
school at Tallahassee ar- diamondball ::
League game.,
F. Frohock Sunflov Mnrnincr rived in the.city Saturday eve- Bayview Park-3 P. M. until 6 S
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P. M.
Miss Marie Domeneche daughter Miss Alice Gwynn bridesmaid : games.
was the
Christmas holidays with relatives -
School Basketball
High Gym
of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel for Miss Domeneche and : -
doubleheader at 7:30 P. lal.I .
Domeneche was married yester II Ramon Lascano acted as best man, I
Cuban Club-Dance with Pritch-
day to Frederick Frohock, en- for the groom. William Demeritt jr.,, student I ard's Orchestra Electrical Gifts Appreciated
gineer with the WPA force Mr. and Mrs. are
Frohock immediately at Southern Dental Col.ege,, Atlanta ..-- a .
locally. I departed over the high Ga., Mrs. Demeritt and SATURDAY; DECEMBER 28
The early morning ceremony way for West Palm Beach where Mr. Demeritt's sister Mrs. Al I Monroe-"Love Me Forever"

was performed in the rectory of they will spend a brief honeymoon '; Woore, ,arrived over the highwaylast I with Grace Moore\ and Leo Car- e
St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church, and following which they; week and will spend th rillo. See Our Electrical Appliances
with the Rev. W. J. Reagan of- will return to Key West on Thurs Christmas holidays with their Palace-"Silk Hat Kid" with

ficiating. day. parents at the family home on Lew Ayres and Mae Clarke.
Whitehead street. Pena's Place-4:30 P. M. until
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I 5:30 P. M. Cocktail hour. 1The
-Micj Leslie Has 1 Sanboms Are Henry Renedo student at Duval Street-7:30 P. M. until 1S General Electric Refrigerator I

House Guest I Here On Visit Southern Dental College Atlanta, 9:30 P. M., Promenade.rI'.I".I"I'I.I' .
I Ga., and Mrs. Renedo arrived
Saturday over the highway for a I'.4l'A AND
Arrivals on the plane this morn Mr. and Mrs. William H. Malone -
i(visit of two weeks with relatives.
ing included Miss Francezca Jarid have as their house guests.
of New York City who is paying for the holidays Dr. and Mrs. W.' Norman Artman. student at VANHYNINGSTOCOME The General Electric Range e
Sanborn and their son Buddy
her" first visit to Key West al'd' Peirce Business School. Philadelphia .
who during her stay here will be''H. Miami last who arrived over the and brother L. P. Artman IN TODAYConrad
evening. I Jr., student Florida
at University
.the guest of Miss Nina deLisa Leslie -I Dr. and Mrs. Sanborn are not I II I I arrived over'' the highway Saturday Are-gifts: for the whole family---See our complete UI
at the latter's home at 1117 strangers to Key West having to spend the Christmas holiday Van Hymn, Florida

Fleming street. I several times previously visited vacation with their parents, :FERA administrator Mrs. Van f'I line of electrical appliances .1
Miss Jarid who is actively engaged here and they are more than I I Mr. and Mrs. L P. Artman. Hyning and children are expected .11.
pleased with the Island City and to arrive over the highwaythis
in commercial art in New its individual charm. afternoon. .
I Jack Hayes son of Mr. and
York confidently expects to glean Dr. and Mts. Sanborn will be I Mrs. J. A. Hayes student at Flor- Arrangements have been' made I
some splendid new ideas for her extensively entertained' during ida University was an arrival for the aaccommodation of the Mixmasters Toasters
work while here. She has ex- i their stay and look forward to a over the highway Saturday to family in the commandant's quarters ,
!thoroughly enjoyable and at the naval station where
happy the
pressed herself as being delightedwith I spend holidays his
Christmas ,holiday.Announcement. parents. they will reside during their' stay .
[ t Waffle Irons
her first of the
glimpse city of. 10 days.CHRISTMAS. > .

and states that the view from the Walter H. Norman jr., arrived S

air is particularly attractive and Of I over the highway Saturday to,! MENU I

noteworthy.A EngagementMr. I spend the holidays with his family Hoover Sweepers

large number of varied en- and will leave early after New AT LUNCH ROOM 1 1Wells'
and Mrs.\ W. H. Roberts,, Year's to resume his studies on!
tertainments have already been jr. of Miami Beach have announced January 6, at Florida University.Paul .
arranged in Miss Jarid's honor the engagement of their Lunch Room. 900 South- Electric Irons Percolators o o.1B
and she looks forward to an exceedingly daughter. Miss Harriet Ellen, freshman
Robert tol Sawyer studentat ard street, headquarters for oys-
enjoyable stay Winston Hart of Key
Florida University, arrived over has
here. West. ters in Key West, a special:
The the highway Saturday to spend menu for Christmas Eve. It is Electric Roasters
marriage will take ink'
the holidays with the family. advertised in this issue.
Arrange Dance Miami on December 30th with t, The menu includes turkey, oysters ,. | ;;
At HabanaMadridThere Hisses Eleanor Harris and will 'be played. every third number steak, pork, ham and other "
Sarah Chase acting as bridesmaidsand and a prize for the couple sandwiches hot souse nice steaks ii J Table Lamps
I William R. L. Johnson and dancing the best old fashioned and all flavors of ice cream. [ I ,
will be a Christmas Eve Garret Hiers jr.. of New York, waltz.. ; __ .
Dance at the Habana-Madrid Club attendants to the groom. '" The -.
of the club
tomorrow evening starting at the I Following a short' honeymoon predicts management'that a record breaking; Caught a Cold ? :3; ; : Trouser PressersYou
usual hour. I the couple will come to" Key West)' crowd,will be in attendance. *} :
Music for the affair will 'be I where they will then make their, TO help end it sooner,
furnished by a local orchestra. A i h me. rub throat and chest with 1.. : :

large atendance is expected. 1 FLYwith t VSn.! ; S

I Dance Tomorrow 1 I the- R tR can acquire any of the above appliances with just a little down 1
Dance At Cuban I
Club Christmas I i i No Change In Rates I YOUR DOLLAR BILL payment and the balance monthly with your electric bill S

Elaborate plans have been made Make Reservations by Phone! 'j will bay ... dollar and tea
Everything: is in readiness for for the big Christmas Eve Danceat Telephone 620 e*.ta worth *f good !ia this :
the big Christmas Ball at the Raul's Club on Roosevelt Regular Planes, MiamiKtyWest tier anti) tla. cad of .... year
Cuban Club on Wednesday December .((.: Boulevard tomorrow night start- Airways Inc. .a purchases of fifty cents or 8 The Key West Electric Company

25, sponsored by Socieded ing at 10 q'clock. Daily Except Friday ".......
Cuba.. I I Dell Woods 8-piece orchestra' RATE, ONE WAY. I7.S0 GOMEZ HOME STORE

Dell Woods' 8-piece! orchestral I will furnish music for this merry Arrive
will furnish a good program of i I occasion, and plan to make it an Miami 5:20 p. m. Waite and Division Streets I 1'1
dance music for the affair. old fashioned waltz night. Waltzes Fast CoBl.ruUe Safe 1 PHONE 64-W I'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'11'1' I'I'I'.i'.i'ill' '" .i I'I'li 1'1 .i"



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