The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00385
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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 24, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00385
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Christmas carols and other 11 II.I"I"I.4 WPA EMPLOYES Loo caivG FOUR OFFICIALS 11 V.4T 1'.Ar.l"1.1".1 Westers and wtotcr visitors -

Ohriatmas music will ring! out NO,PAPER TOMORROWTomorrow HERMAN ROBERTS are being carttumd today to
from the Key West Hospitality RECEIVING PAY MAKE SURVEY OFLOCALPROJECTS I' FINDS ERROR IN drive during carefully the vr die street
Holiday period as
House Christmas evening when The Citizen will
n CITIZEN CONTESTEven of the streets tern becaus
the Key West Hospitality League net issne. are op :
Christmas Day i i. of FORJ1HR1STMASARRANGEMENTS of the
Christmas one sewer construction projectnow
(Rives: a party complimenting
winter visitors who are th. thre week-days in the the Puzzle Editorwas under way.
forceof CUTS HOLIDAY SHORTC. I stres! when
the entire
in this city. The party is to start year nonplussed."Here's John A. C.
MADE BY I bank on hysteria induced VAN HYNING GALEY. GIL- Began, sspervtbin?
at 5 o'clock and will continue an. this paper take a holiday. O. P. PICKS CLEVELAND pare where we fool
Labor and Fourth of f among the depositors by the incoming engineer of the project point- d
Day 'em
A lighted Christmas, tree -will i July, are the other two. KNOX BORAH, LANDONHooVER'S I administration, calling it wig find the error in The out that although the 8tr' t>
rdd to the color and teauty: the ; Th Citizen wishes all of FOR FORCES "the most political and most un- OVER MUCH WORK DONE Citizen of today. Not only which are torn sp will be mar'e| d l
affair and I -, its ,readers and the public in ATTACK necessary bank panic: in all our because it is one that few with red lantern*, persons driv.n;,:
a special eomr tree'f: .
l Christmasand TOENJOY HOLIDAY BLAMES THE NEW DEAL history." BY **PA FORCES can should be doubly cautio..s.Many .
the league-, composed of nil ,the 'general a Merry people will notice bat because
members of both the entertain .'1 a Happy New Year. SEEKING BIG TAX His idea is that fear of the incoming I had to search through every in the of the streets are div,dc middle
ment and greetings; :C3mmittaev: AFTER HOPSON AGAIN Ne v Deal and realization advertisement before I found deep ditches
is rr'I'I'11111. The spirit of Christmas wa! extended Four city, state and federal of- it myself." j which could cause damage to cars
detail i
handling in ronnectiirt
TOWNSEND PLAN GAINSBy J I : campaign promises
with the ficials were looking over WPA Bat imagine his surprisethis and untold misery and sufferingin
arrangements i to more WPA workers this were to be "violated" and
The party has been inlannd.-& CLARIFY\ PAYMENT HUGO SIMS 1 I the currency "tampered with" projects under way in Key West morning when upon the -event a careless driver'scar

order that visitors here-!who may morning as a result of an arrangement The Citizen's Special Washington caused the 'panic. Mr. Hoover I this morning. They were Con- opaiing the envelopes with ptenged into one of them
be far from tteielatives! Correspondent the solutions this morning, be "The plea for safety *t this
and I I also attacked the relief situation,
made Conrad Van rad
by welfare
state time
DATES FOR WPA Hyning commissioner found in the second envelope cannot be tpo strongly em-
families will feel none of the The Supreme Court will return proposing to decentralize control "
1 I Mayor H. C. Galey, M. a signed by HermanF. phasized, Mr. Bogart said. "At a
lonesomeness which! might other Hyning, State FERA admniistrator from its holiday recess January6th and cut government allotmentsto coupon
wise be theirs. The musical E. Gilfond district WPA director. Roberts, pointing oat the time when deaths fro auto accidents -
pro. last night, following his instead o5, January 13th. thus the states by more than half.I
cram is to be from 6 P. M. to 7 ENDEAVOR TO CLEAR Uf MISUNDERSTANDING ar- enabling it to hand down decisionson He would stop "wasteful" pro- : and J.. Gerry Curtis, assistant dis- inverted apostrophe in Wells are mounting *v a tre-
P. }[.. and during it all tL! old rival in Key West. the AAA TVA and Bankhead jects and look to true relief from trict director.Mr. Lunch Room advertisement mendous and astound:ng rate, we
AMONCMERCHANTS Workers whose i which is the Therewas in Key West should d everything!
and familiar carols will be payroll periodsare Cotton Control error.
sung. Act three days aft- honest productive jobs, which Van Hyning arrived last possible to
Several solos will be offered ending yesterday, today, and er Congress assembles. The surprising "would return quickly" if the! only one other correct escape inji y.
night over the highway with his solution received.Mr. "The hazard: on e highway=
also. Soloists who will sing during tomorrow, rececived: their pay today change of program, cut- currency were "stabilized", the' '
family to spend the holidays in! Roberts is thereforethe and the streets no!"' .Jy. is! great;
the hour include Janice Lew. ting a week off the usual three- "torrent of unnecessary! expel'diture"
in order that
they may have enough but th fjie
winner of the Gillette De at when tht
i is, Eva Warner. Edith Williams week recess was noted in a recent stopped and the budget I Key West. He immediately show-
Payrolls on Works Progress Ad- some funds with which to do Laze Safety Razor which is streets are torn &:1,1 many part
and George Mills White. Gus order. It does not necessarily "balanced. I ed mnch interest in the various
Ayala will accompany them on the ministration projects are "staggered" their Christmas shopping. indicate anything as to the i projects and other ore of the finest Christmas of the city there fe ven a'greater
piano. Between these solos the throughout the entire Administrator Van Hyning, aft- conclusion of the Court although I It has been known for some It presents that be or any other hazard. This Ch man reason in
time that the Federal Govern-I was. suggested he visit all pro- reader of The Citizen can, re- Key West should not be marred l hy
guests will join in singing many month, local works administration er talknig with District WP A-Director there is a. general idea that a decision -I jects today. ugly accidents and
of the carols it is in the Hoosac Mills ment has been conducting a crim- cei.e.rlI'.I'.4"I'II..I pos."ihJrI
I planned.Light officials explained this morningin M. E. Gilfond last night, case At the conclusion of the in- deaths. from careless drtyi
inal I auto
rfereshments will be and that of the Rice millers will investigation into the affairsof
said that ERA i
an effort: to clear up a mis- funds could be spection the visiting official expressed I ing."
served during the evening and used temporarily to off the be handed down immediately after -! the Associated Gas and Electric -( himself ,,1
understanding existing among pay | as very much impressed 1
visitors in Key West are especially some merchants in Key West. workers. This is being done sole- the recess. Argument on the i Company one of the world'slargest j with the rehabilitation

urged to attend the affair. The payrolls do not fall due ly in order that the Key Westerscan TVA was completed last week utility holding companies."J program and the progress made MANY CHILDREN I MANY CARS ARE
Mrs. Wallace Bryant Klrke is now as they did under the'-FERAprogram. ". have an enjoyable Christmas. thus clearing the way for a de I While not generally known an I since its inception.iEYERETT I
actively in charge of arrangementsfor A for cision. If the Court should read investigation was started during( I
period some
the affair. The House will projects ends pay almost every day Funds received this way,will be its opinion on January 6th.. with I the Hoover administration but PROVIDED WITHTOYMANDIES,I UNABLE TO GET
have special decorations! for the Congress, in session, the Admin j subsequently dropped. The $700-i RUSSELL
in the month, which means that returned to the ERA when regu- I i1
Christmas occasion 4nd 'there only 'a' small rroportion of WPA lar WPA checks arrive, but mean-' istration would be in a positionto I 000,000 company has some 200'I ; :1 t-tABOARD FERRY
will be red bougainvillaea and a workers receive theipay simul- time, Christmas cheer has been approach Congress for emergency subsidiaries and affiliates and its PLANS GOING
Christmas tree all combining to taneously.MiSSCOTTINGHAM. extended to virtually all workerson legislation in case of an ad- affairs are so complicated that TOI I I
provide a cheery, homey, Christ- WPA projects.MANY verse decision. attorneys opposing a recent at- I I :
mas-y atmosphere. tempt to reorganize it under the ANOTHERSTATION ABOUT ONE; THOUSAND, KEY: LACK OF FACILITIES CAUSE
bankruptcy law predicted that it ,
The Republican National Com- I
SUITABLE mittee meeting in Washingtonwith would take at least two years to. I ,
FORCES OF WPA optimistic hopes of defeatingthe determine whether or not it was! CLAD WITH GIFTS FROM TO REMAIN AT Uf-
solvent. ; LOCAL MANAGER OF OIL i ,
GIFTS New Deal decisively in 1936. I .

National Convention, and selected\ Howard:! C. Hopson, its directing I fH ,

A. L. Maureau of the Cleveland ad the city for its meet- head. waged a bitter fight againstthe PANAMA CITY FLA, TO I "

local Catholic Church is in receipt Florida Contracting and ing.: -Chairman Fletcher declared Utility Holding Company Bill, 1,060 Key West Pascg r atlhjteg in cars ovc
THIS APPLIES TO BOTH AD. of a letter from Miss Marie that "the New Deal is slipping"and and was sought for some time be- TAKE: CHARGE OF PLANT children Santa Clans last the., *ig"'y&Uday!> < afternoon reported -
Engineering tompany saw
MIN1STRATIVE AND PROJECT Cottingham of Ramsey, N. J., 9 "we can win next year." A fore he could be located and ques- 12 cars with occupants:
who is now in :Miami, stating that White and Eliza streets, announces fight over the 1932 conventionrule tioned by investigating commit- night at Bayview Park when a: anxious to come to Ke' West being -

EMPLOYES she expects to arrive in Key West that it will be open until 11:00 allotting a bonus of three tees. At this time he is under Everett Russell who has for a Community Christmas tree party forced to remain at UppfMatecoawe -

shortly to spend a vacation. o'clock tonight for the accomo- delegates at large to each state I threat of contempt proceedings: by number of years been Key West was given for them under the sup-' ferry slip, because 01-

Miss Cottingham visited here dation of those who have not ye: that cast' its last previous electoral the House Rules Committee, manager for the local branch of vision of workers in the recrea- lack of ferry facilities
completed their Christmas shop whose chairman, John J. O'Con-.t one of the largest oil and oil The same conditions existed
Administrative and project em- last year, and expressed herselfas vote for the Republican can pro- tion section of the local WPA.
ployes on Works Progress: Administration being .greatly delighted with ping.Last didate,with certain other additions:I nor, is seeking information on his I ducts companies in the world has yesterday but to a leaser degree.
payrolls had a Christmas Key West at that time. minute buyers will find a based on congressional representation I income. Committee members accuse -t j been notified of a transfer to become Candy, fruit and toys failed to when five cars with passenger

present dropped in their laps nice selection of toys cannons failed. The convention will him of employing "dilatory"j t effective early in Jan- answer the desires of all the i. eager to make the tip to Key

early yesterday morning when L. :: and dolls at the South Florid; have 997 delegate, a reduction of i tactics. Meanwhile, the Federal uary.I children, but most of them went West were forced! to remain on
S. Rickard assistant State WPA, There is an assortment of dolls of 157 from the 1932 conclave. Near I Government has filed a lien'I Mr. Russell is planning to leave away happy enough with something f"e tP aiiside,, of the water gap

administrator acvised: District GERMAN MONEY SUNK all sizes, all reasonably priced. ly all states. except the six that against the corporation for $48-I about January 15 for Jacksonville from Santa Claus to trgltt1 it l !nftvoidable i :,ut.nevertt'c-:
WPA Director M. E.:'Gi1r nd that, This company is featuring thisyear cast their electoral votes for Hoover 551.845 on a claim that it is dua 1 headquarters of the com- { I lflA! ting condition will! ,
those employes would ''tret a half BY NAZI FILM RULING a line of attractive household -' will lose delegates.The that amount in income taxes for I pany, and take a special course in en their day tomorrow. 1 a ass' > be remedied with tharnval '

day holiday today! and. 'Tuesdayof: I gifts. the years 1929 to 1933. inclusive,I terminal management covering a Some of the children who had of the new and consmoous -

next week."All I Republicans have, so far, and for excess profits taxes! for period of about 10 weeks. t written Santa at the park failed '(>>' ferries which a-e now e':

administrative and project 1 BERLIN. Dec. 24.-TkeNeoes I INCREASED DEBTS not centered upon a candidate although the year 1933. An additional J At the conclusion of the period I to appear last night: when -.tlbeil- 1 t; to Key West and are ex-

employes may be released Deatscnes Lichtpielsyadikat. many of them regard Gov- claim, of $2. 00,000 is based on of special training he will go to I II names were called and giffe are j!ifc to arrive: before January 1.

Tuesday and Wednesday of this a German firm ST. LOUIS.-George Endro of ernor Landon as the leading con- income taxes for 1927 and 1928. Panama City, Florida take charge being distributed this morning bv :,.)t'L"" ..there car and passenger
week after having completed four, pf film producers, has learn I this city testified that the arrivalof tender for the nomination at this I of the company's terminals and some of Santa's helpers-workers ,earrteta each --apable of transporting .

hours work on Tuesday," the teiegram ed that 250,000 Austrian twin sons "hindered his payment time. The attitude of Senator The old age revolving pension there make his future home. in the recreation section. 1 r 32 automobile, in service '-
. said. "This same proceduremay shillings invested in a Viall _- of debts for which he was Borah has some of them puzzledand known as the To.;_nsend Plan. is His host of friends in Key West i i a new sehedcle of trip and
be followed Tuesday and ; film, might as well be sued. there can be no real crystali- beginning to attract increasing are extending congratulations to I the possible use of the old ferries;
Wednesday of next week and the written off as lost. zation of sentiment until he indicates attention because of recent elections Mr. Russell on his promotion to THIRTEEN ARRIVE I I for trucks, there will he no di.-

time will not have to be made up. The company subscribed I" .1'.1'1"1.4'JIll definitely his course. The in which advocates of the this important post. appointed travelers hound over
Pay will be for full period withno tI.. money toward the production Landon supporters think they O. A. R. P. have been successful. ON BOARD PLANEFIVE the highway f Key West it wa"

deductions for this time lost." of a film entitled t SERGEANT KEMP will be greatly benefitted if the Basically! the proposal is to levya .1'1.1'.1'1".1' pointed out at a4minirtratonhtad.q..arten :

The order was issued pursuant "Episode" in which Paula Idahoan does not make the race. transaction, tax to raise a fund today.HORSERADISH.
to a letter received from Federal Wessely a German favorite, J IN NEW UNIFORM The Kansas governor has been of from nineteen to twenty billion DREAM RUINS RICHHUNGARIAN I

Administrator Harry L. Hopkins. plays the leading role. making: come gains in the East dollars annually on a basis ofa FAMILY PASSENGERS LEFT ON rI.4T".I'.II".I'II",

When the film reached the \ Appearing on the streets although his support of Prohibi- steady 1929 national income. AIRCRAFT YESTERDAY

PLANE TESTED BY nazi propaganda ministry, its today in his new uniform, tion and the AAA are used against This is to be disbursed. at the ASNAZIS'
experts discovered that its spick and span, was Sergeantof him. I rate of $200 monthly to persons! my A.m.iated Press AFTERNOONThere
6,000 HOURS USE aataorVIter Reich is a Police Joseph Kemp, who sixty years of age or over of I BUDAPEST Dec. 24. REWARD

Jew. The film was promptly was appointed to the position CoL Frank Knox. the Chicago less income on their pledge that Discovery of the grave of
Rr ABSwrlate4 I'm*) placed on the black list. when the new city administration publisher, considers himself on they win spend it all in the cur- Attila the Han, with richtre..re. were thirteen passengers Mr AMrtet Prem
believed to have Ge..y.Dee.
CHICAGO. Dec. 24.-A plan took over the reignsof equal footing at this time, although rent month. arriving on the Pan American
been buried with him is the : 24.-"Eat horse-
used in the inaugural trip of the rI..I.lAI.I'.I.1.1 government. : a recent declaration fav- plane this morning from Miami. more
Chicago-San Francisco division of With a shining gold badgeon oring immediate payment of the The supporters of the plan are '(_' .f 30 years of excava- On the list were the following: radish" is the order of the

the coast-to-coast route of an air Y NOTICE his cap with the insigniaof bonus, thus reversing his previous gaining in strength. Recently,'thej -Hons which' have brought the Mabel Haves, C. C. Nice Mabel day in Franconia.

line eight years ago is still in sergeabt on either of the stand, has not helped him in the Doctor indicated that forma-tion'of financial rain 'of a prosper. Griswold, Oliver Griswold, Watson Bavarian are great consumers ,
sl'rvice-in South America. Own. Tomorrow. December 25, sleeve of the coat and ,other East. Former President Hoover's a Third Party would bt!' nnder .'has family. Holt John Romero, Arline Rom- of the succulent tub
Christmas day, the office of this! decoration. of police Thisis > Mrs. Ferene"'Forgac*, wld- er which they fi:J goes par
the a taken the
ed by the United Air Lines activity is said to represent a sincere < to advance plan. ero, Antonio Lopez, Ralph Lahr,
ship was retired after flying more company will not be open for officer Sergeant Kemp make desire to secure< the adoptionof welcomed by most politicianswho W'of the man wh began the A. Pecoroni, Anabella Cochrane ticalarly well with Munich

than 6,000 hours and was recently business on that day. a very neat, appearance,:and a sane platform and the nomination believe that it can be 'stopped tdiggklf 'o*"Pr cI' Hills, near Elizabeth Schuldt. Louis Scnnldt beer.
sold to the Compania Na- THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC CO.'I i.i being complimented,. ....all ,of a safe candidate rather easily in such an event. ;'Hajd.b d l'1ll'T,'finallyhas'found I Departures yesterday afternoon Horseradisn' &, grower in

cional de Aviaeion. It is in active dec2411YOUR t t;. hand by ,hi* numerous I than promotion of his own nom- af' arge1'corridor John. "-Mayg. the region around Baiers-
duty hurdling the Andes for friends. ination. Economists, of course, assert which experts say may leadto 'I were: Fishery Toledo dorf, however, are complaining
the ..ra... Grace .Mayg May Richard of Lard time, and so
that the transactions tax up I
the South American: line. )
DOLLAR BILL l. Favorite. .
............... Herbert Hoover continues his I to finance the payments would She carried on the work I I Julius Stretcher, Nazi chief
will bay one dollar and ten campaign against the Administra.'increase the cost of living to such for 20 year after the death i! '? has. cemmnaded the population -

cents worth of goods in this HOLIDAY NOTICE I Ii tion by turning his artillery on an extent as to cause its collapseor .f her husband, who spent I ANNUAL CHRISTMAS EVE i i e to make oneway n weeka
store until the end of the yearon the President's recent assertions.J else make dimes of the dol- most of his fortune on the i DANCE "horcerao'ish Jay.

$e" $ purchases. of fifty cents or i i Christmas Day December 25,'I Mr. Hoover insists that the depression lars distributed. They even inti- work because he dreamed i This, Streicher. newspaper -
;J tcJk ao.... a legal holiday in the State of actually was turned back mate that, in an effort to avoid that the grave waa !ia the RAUL'S CLUB says' i* to be a. reward to

GOMEZ HOME STOREWhite j Florida, this bank will not be open throughout the world in June and the levy, huge commercial combinations lUlL Th* same dream came I Dell Woods' 8-Piece Orchestra the BaiersoWfers for clearing .

WHISKIES AND GINS and Division Streets for business on that day. I July, 1932. but that the New Deal would be formed, eliminating to the widow, she. says. Old Fashioned. Waltz Night Jew out .f the district.

PHONE 64-W THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. caused this country to lag two the small Businessman every I Tonight. 10 o'Clock
dec23-2t years while other nations pro- where. ,1,1111.1 tJ"lllllllllttDISTRIBUTORS :





'*.......................,t : r r SENT TO PRISONPARKERSBURG SUES FOR DIVORCE
THEWEAThER j jt i[ KEY WEST INIi L_ "- r".I'.I" 1'.4T.I.I" I
I I W. Va.-Fr CmCAOOr-M.. Cathrfoe Riley -
...;....................1 i DAYS GONE BY ; IN EAST PRUSSIA I.t..Jiac a jar containing 500 pea of tins fty ned hP divorce

Lot highest ll ppeaii,4 Her Jut 10 Year i ivies: Fred Miller, of this city, ha: because: when she was entertain
t 'SoStatioa 1aat night! last!4 hours A.. Today A* *".k.. Frees .,. 1!j tn,. A..mtated Press) I been sentenced to terre ten year tug large number of hr friendsat
nel'iI.. Cf Tit. CUi_. KOENIGSBERG Geraaav. !in prison. .
Abilene S8 61 bridge her husband wa breaghtbom
Q 1 Dee. 24.-Soldier* are all the
,' Atlanta n'_ 2g 46. t rage in Eat Pratsia. especially I drunk
; Subscribe to The Citizen.
With 5.000,000 feet of lumberin
'Bostea ..._ 14 80Baffalo. I tm little garrison .
f. her holds, tha Steamship Golden ...
..._."_ IP 16 Gate is due to arrive at Key West I towN .
.._ 4-"' Tbe new army bring GREETINGSIn
Charleston 34 tomorn. from Vancouver B. C.
back prosperity i* a common Heartiest Greetings
Chicago _._ 22 30 The veSkl| will unload at the F. E. I phrase.Moknafen.

') DenY r..,.--._ 20 41 C. terminals the lumber to be I a small te w. We wish you all the joys of a a modern fashion, we're
:, Detroit ..__.. U :4 I:aced on ears and sent out to different R i i near Were expressed its joy extending; you an ,old-fashioned
Galveston, '_". 51' 64"f on the parts east in eoa-it.tare: state The especially Golden- 1/e*, g t:! StZnfa elaa I .over becoming: $a%00 garrison for the i -.-- a- MERRIE CHRISTMASand
again by offering
Hanna 64 I, t
Huron -2 10' :Gate is the largest ship to arrive first wedding of a soldier BRIGHT NEW YEAR ....- a-
-i Jacksonville' 38 &Z i at Key West with lumber this : with, towa girL t HAPPY NEW YEAR

KEY WEST 57 67 I year and 300 freight cars are as- YEARS AGO a little girl wrote to the editor of agreatinewspaPer : Yeang recruits are given J. M. Fernandez GroceryCor.
-nbled at the terminals to [MANY flax-
e 'Los Angeles 50 66Miaroi I t ample chances to meet PAGE'SICE

: ..._n'". 46 62 II e I tht cargo. 'lig :,, saying: "Some of my friends say there t ea-baired (lacal beauties at Catherine aDd Packer
i lIinneapolis -8 18 I "maneuver ball fettival i Street CREAM PARLOR
New; Orleans 44 66 Colonel Robert M. Thompson, Santa Claus 'If it the Sun it's sad; other "welcome danee ,
I I who has been an annual visitor to is no Papa says you see 19 so. ."
New York 20 '..8Penaacola I I t! s _
___. ___
Florida during the past 30 I 00.
years -- -
....". 3": 38 I I arrived this the Please tell me the truth: Is there a Santa Claus? .I"I"J1T..sr ""' .
morning on palatial
Pittsburgh 00". :iu 26St Houseboat Everglades. Colt I! 1'1'1' ., II 1"111;
1ouis .._ h 3'
{ Snlt:Lake City 16 42 t I lon!l Thompson has become a So the busy editor wrote an editorial to restore the chfld'v i I Christmas Greetingsand
member of the Over Seas Highway

San Seattle Franeiseo.. _.._. 46 42 58 44Tampa42 i I" Vssociation and has pledged his ish faith of this little girl and that editorial has become one of I: Christmas Greetings
!cup.in toward the furtherance
Washington 24 U 26 I of all measures for the benefit of the most famous pieces of writing in the English language. 1 I Best WishesTo t j TO OUR MANY
the Colonel is
_. roadway
W iston. 8 I
a commodore of the Biscayne 1 Our Friends in Key
there is Santa Claus he "He
Temperatures Yacht Club. "Yes Virginia a wrote. i WestLUCILLE Friends and Patrons

Highest _.._. ..__67 The Key West Electric company exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, I i ANN .

_.. __ _.. .. staged the usual Christmas Tree
Lowest b 7 You have given us during the past year a bountiful
and know that they abound and to life its
Mean for the employes of the company you give your I and "
of that of all "GOOD WILL.
and their children last measure greatest gifts-
Normal Mean r70 "
Ramfall- Santa Clans arrived in all his highest beauty and joy. '1'1 I JULIUS F..STONE. JR.I I We are thankful for the LOYAL-SUPPORT; ? 0* all our
splendor and distributed to !
fe!terday> Precipitation 3 Ins. I customers and are looking forward to the pleasure of serving -
68 children. A'short address was ..
Normal.Tall.reever Precipitation. eem S4-_.....051ns.. pev4.4 made by Manager Bascom L.Grooms Your Home Town Newspaper believes, even as that' I Sincere Greetings I each of you during the cQJlJn; ear.e .

.ac at H aVIaeitTomorrow' tkM maraisi who expressed his appreciation famous editor believed, that there is a Santa Claus. It so i C .
Alnanac for the cooperation of the To My Many Friends and I ".... ..:. <-. :" .'
Son risea _._.._ 7JJO&! n employes and concluded by wish- believes because it serves a community in which "love and CustomersA -

Sun sets ._....._ 5:45 p.;'-m04 ing for all a happy and prosperous I -.... ...
Moon rises __._ 7.- a. m.Moon 1926. generosity and devotion exist" in the form of neighborliness, MERRY XMAS '

sets .._h_ 5:50 p. m. ---andJ I
biewMoon 26th _.12:49 p. m.Toworrew's :Mayor Leslie A. Curry has an- of friendly interest in each other's welfare of sharing in each I YEAR t II -
TidesAJI. nounced his Christmas gift and J i HAPPY NEW

P.M. orders have been issued to City other's joys and sorrows, of close kinship in ideals and aspirations I Overseas Pressing Club I .
High __10:19: 9:20 Jailor Joseph Kemp to release all ,
Low _. ,. v.__... 339Barometer 2:41 prisoners who have been serving to make our community a better place in which to live. J J. E. JOHNSON
sentence for minor offenses. The fAN
8 a. m. to4ayt I 507 Francis Street
doors will be opened 9 o'clock I
Sea level 30.18. Christmas morning and the prisoners -!I And so at this season of the year, when love and generosityand 3t I

released. Most of those
WEAT ? FORECAST who will be given their freedomare devotion "abound and give to life its highest beauty and I

men serving sentences for CORDIAL GREETINGS
(Till 8 p. Wednesday) plain drunk charges. joy. we reaffirm our faith in our community and extend to
Key West a Vicinity: Fair t OF THE SEASONt
and continued end tonight;"Wed-!I With pleasurable pride and a each and every one in it our heartiest holiday t .

nesday fair to partly clotidyen; -' deep feeling of gratitude The !# have found that i
tIe. to moderate northerly win; 1! Citizen is delighted to send out its i
Florida: Fair, continued cold.j I i message of good cheer and compliments 1lze I Friendship in Business OLD FAMILY REMEDY . .
frost tonight with about fl I of the season through greetings.It" I counts for much and we

in interior to mucklands of extreme -,i the cclumns of this 32 page : are grateful for yours.
south portion; Wed. esday I I I Christmaj. edition. Forty six Merry t Copyright 1 J
fair to partly clotidy. :| Christmas daVe" past since _____ We desire to convey to .

Jacksonville to Florid Straits:I The Citizen entered upon its long I our Customers and Friendsthe I
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Gentle to moderate northerly career of faithful and loyal service Wltl I Season's Best Wishes
winds; fair weather tonight and for the good people of Key r Christmasand
Wednesday.East I I West and li'onro' county and 1 i
obtained in trades for the. pigs: Prosperous New Year.LEWINSKY'S .
Gulf: GertJenortherly there is now evety indication that NOELThe i iI STRAY DOG STARTS
winds; fair weather tonight an<:.It will have the good pleasure of 1 three cows, four calves and.wo- Petroleum jelly-an. honored friend in
horses and he has 25 pigs. -
Wednesday. : the December
seeing 25th day of .
I t ;- cabinet-but what troublemaker
family a -
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come and go in Key West as many ;: ;
WEATHER CO"D! 'TiONS ,time more.Editorial. Virgin Mother looks in wrapt (Br A.. et le< Press) I i ': Men's Shop in your motor oil! Motor oils containing -
amaze AUDUBON la.. Dec. 24.-Albert -: BENJAMIN LOPEZ i
The disturbance that was over I comment: ilake every Upon her first-born infant sleep- FUNERAL HOMES I this thick jelly-like substance have a
Petty,farmer can trace much,
Indiana -yesterday morning moved t little heart happy that you can ing there .rra Key West i LEWINSKY'SFurniture heavy body when cold--but turn water
rcpidly northeastxri.ro to the Can-! ;)morrow. Remember the words And bending IOT kisses His of his good fortune to a stray I, ( I,
adian Maritime Provinces East-: of the lowly Nazarene when He hands, His hair; dog. Three years ago a stray 24 Hour Half Ambalanc Ceatarr Service : I thin in engine heat. Sinclair dealers selling

port: Me., 29.74 inches and a said "In as much as ye have done She is happy in her accomplished collie moved in with the Petty I Licensed EmVa mer : Store i Opaline can guarantee a rich, enduring body

widespread! high pressure ana!'it unto one of the least off these days. family. Petty traded it to a Phone 135 Night G96-\\ i i because petroleum jelly is removed :at as low *
Wise Men leave of Incense,
with crests over the middle Mississippi my little ones, ye have done it gifts I
Valley and nortbeia j'auto me" myrrh and gold neighbor for a runt pig. Withina -- II as 60( F. below zero-a temperature much
Rockies coven r'l sections of tea And shepjtrds have returned to year the pig had two litters of I -- --- -
country except the: North Atlantic -I A birthday party was given in watch their cheep. piglets. iCl"llll''II. 'IIIIII.lJ'i lower than required for just removing wax.

States. Kansai City, Mo.,,honor of Senator Win. H. Malone Joseph stands adoring the Babein Today in looking over his barn- Ask the Sinclair dealer.
30.44 inches, and Helen. Mont.,;last evening at the home of the sleep I
30.40 inches. Light snow has occurred Senator and Mrs. Malone 626 While breath from gentle beasts yard Petty counts the following A CORDIAL AND MERRY CHRISTMAS
during' the last 24 h-uirs t Grmnell street. There was delightful dispels the cold. i,
throughout mOAt of the Lake region I music to entertain the guests I II ; nda----- 1 + AI
Dawn atnroacnes and stars dim in
t I
and middle Atlantic State. while delicious refreshments!! were]I I the"sky.. I \ PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEARS I
western:| the The 1 l !
in the Ohio Vaalley and served during evening. ;!{
When to her spouse tLe Virgin in ,
Virginia and from MjuuesoU t:*ouse was decorated in keeping I acquaintances I e vawI
westward over Montana; end I,with the.season. is'here that Key -
there has been light rain'ton the, "Joseph somethicg l 1! ,r.t i,.. i, ....
coast :"of Washington.. t Mr. and Mrs. Carl Witzig and makes me' chilL" 5 I P
Tfmperaturea daughter Margie have arrrived "It: is naught my dear one," is hisrepl BEST WISHESFOR PLACE i .
*ave fallen In th*Chipper I I
:' from their home in Coconut Grove ,- : I
and middle Mississippi Vattf % STORE
northern Lake region and sou'a Faz d'twW pepd the Christmas:'i, He does,not see a shadpw. .cross A PLEASANT 'i WillardAGENT Albury
that: falls!
*m Florida, with readings bf'ow(([Season with Mrs. :Witzig's parents,i I From the far summit of a "wind-j I HOLIDAY SEASON Corner Duval and Petronia Streets '
11""RaI l from the Mississippi *r' blr'. and Mrs. A. W. Arnold at the I ,. d
I hilL .
Icy eastward, and light to .avT home 909 United street. i I swept y
frost reported this morning in I ___ I I MARIE CAPPICK. I Duff and M. E. Gilfond 1 "IIIIIIIIII I l Itl"II.lI": I"'IPIII. :II/

northern and central Florida;1 Mr. and Mrs. Hector Reyes are i(Key Week Ha.

while temperature are generally! rejoicing because of an ideal!
seasonable from the southern Christmas gift presented to them, I"IIIIIIII ; .I".I'.I'.I'IIIII"'LTIIII'.I'ATIIIITIII"'IIIIIIIII.AMANY
Plains and West Gulf States yesterday when a fine baby arrived II .I ;r

westward. at their home in United I 19J5
t: S. KE.VNEDY. ; street. Mrs. Reyes was Miss Rose 1
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Officer In Charge. Fraga before marriage. -- -: 1! HAPPY RETURNSAt 5

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.:, T V lOUIIVlA- this .season of the year our thoughts turn to those of you whose friendly busines has

First National! BankS 5 5ny made possible bigger and better things. May your cargo overflow this Christmas day I

-cAILcA and your ship at the year's end cohe to port in the Harbor of Happiness. We hope that

this December the twenty-fifth will be full of the best of everything for you and that you

j of KEY WEST 6 ehnstmi\S! : will encounter tjie?ame.sort of days many of the three hundred and sixty-six days of the

i coming 1936. Weiextend to you hearty greetings and Many Happy Returns,of the Holi-

; day Season. & .

$ And Wishes You '* Our Appreciation '': i .- S

S Your'kind patronage has contributed to our 4 !!, MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY< YEAR
success and we appreciate it most cordially. Ac- ..: i t

b cept our best wishes for a- I 1 ; .

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1- I I { CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN 1 1\ THU CeiRT OP THHJIIM.E. COI-'T";' <<<< Merrie Christmas :
JIONHOK 4'01T1. 4

I I T* the Estate .f: I'<<<<: The appreciation of our past cordial relations ;

F CHRIST i,........................ WILLIAM TEDDER.Deceased. <<: inspires the hearty wish that your Christmas :
sraoPafa, : Terry WUlelf ,..r Batarlan! They stage Debts for you : ; ;' FINAL NOTICE I will be joyful and that the New Year will hold for .

*.'a..t tjtrwvw../ IAa.wlasy a SOTttoften ball t.'o B. ka fkM .. there at fifty ceotaroa a boat. 1 PERSONAL Notice Is hereby given that the. :' you a gratifying measure of happiness and con- ,
toM a eat.. fox. l_* fttackt. tkt "It you make a food job of it tonight j i : undersigned did, on the 12th day of! -
A...,..."*to_tA.t.dfywo.t./) SEVERAL C f A December, A. IX l.3i, present to! :: tentment. ;
she said coolly "I let Christmas
> Gift Distinction
may of
Al.ryalp r.*........I'-.4 IyAe the Honorable County Judge of-
w.tivv' o.r.rn..tat. ffOl' ..linI.A you take me to the Bata-wboosts tomorrow FLORIDA SHOWERS book Monroe County. Florid, his final* ,
:,. '_Ig/l/;.. Pot tars M vimvstr In the t I ON return account and vouchers as 1 CHESTER TIFT'S DAIRY .
..nU(. .. does Allttirt Weft. But night. meantime I of poems of the keys! by Step. executor of the Estate of William i! 1 .
AUnat sees .. U tkat Fo* do** not have a deep desire to wander about BE PUT ON hen Cochran Singleton. Price Teduer, deceased, and at said time,i ,
follow Terry f. lk. -tUrk she ': 1414 Fifth Street Phone 639 :
Retina B. 1 then and there make application to.
.., .. .. f.. floor tofffnralf One Dollar. sale at The
ands km < r On the said Judge for a discharge of'!' .
her mother Iron o. cufn.tv He dismissed his carriage and NAVY.' YARD I! Citizen Office dec23 his administration of said estate,} 0000e..0.00e.e...............00ee0.,00.,0e..e...
scored J.dlarr.Cllapter i
Stepped in beside her. .:.... t sad for** order discharging him as!
; such ex ._. .
"Ill have the whole damn Foreig r'tb-.i ---- -
EightUNINVITED WANTED __ ') 1 'Dated this 2lth day of De-
Service on my neck tomorrow. b. Fighters in th ceThber, A. D.'1935.
GUEST grunted.\ "Left go.' 1 GEORGE P. TEDDER. ..e.ee.e..e.ise.ee..e. e..s..e..e..ee..e.**
the fight card WANTED TO BUY-A fishing As Executor of the Estate ..f William
hated It-the whole She liked that in him-a strain of
.ALLAIRE ceaseless round: Nell sportsmanlike humor that bridgedthe nesday night at j boat about 30 feet in length, Tedder.dec24-JI,Deceased.m; Jan 7-14. ItlC GREETINGSIN

West dueling tier husband oa a gap between the sensible and the Field will bring 9-foot beam speed about 10

mutual ground pt fashionable hypocrisy. i Insane. trainjng to an :: miles per hour. Apply YachtPaula SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT A MODERN FASHION WE'RE EXTENDING .
"You're still to sock '' Louise, Yacht Basin.. i :
handsome young men with a I going somebody '
expect to }Le in 'I ----0_____
badness address as a matter of dec21-St : YOU AW OLD-FASHIONED :
form.polo and tea dances their ca "Yes.babe"he said gently.aka for the main go I t WAVES .

rter. Aad you're carrying tklaEbe -" night card WANTED-Ladies': second-hand Info. Permanents : [MERRY CHRISTMAS and a :
new ranged by the bicycle Best cash price. Apply gj 5B QQ t
hardly where It amafrom -
Breathe!-with the whipping.eat- for : HAPPY NEW YEAR :
that small flat automatic. And American Legion Mrs. Levis Air Station
flag lash of air. Tomorrow ah. took Better Way.a. $54>O aad .p
it was then that the last of the Legation tion section ,of I Apartments. dec23-2t '
up a plane and tonight she wanted Club disappeared from the night gong for the ; MRS. MILLER West Coca Cola Co.
silken music Key j jr
of to forget the orchestra It. Above; was the the distant and she awoke to the lapping of royal is to ring BICYCLES 407 Seth Street Phew! 574JPALACE ;, Bottling

black water and Ue bulky shapesof Bobby i .
band. Follow the
mote!of*brass parade ship at their berths."I scales! at 113 BICYCLES-WE: RENT by the ................................................

really wouldn't know how to Fernandez. two Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
She left the conservatory.soateked ---- ----
ue it from a shovel" she assured will offer the :: makes and paint them with
her aid went
up wrap W, C. Fields in
outside. him.Terry I evening. Both I : Nu-EnameL We carry a full Man OB Tb. Flying TrapezeJan 111..iT1111111' 1'.4TIIII.Ift
grimly. several of for the
the past supply parts. Agent
X Taea. the Embassy runner was "You probably won't seed it. Bat Kiepura in
talking patronlxlngly to a carriage it's a good thing to hare. Stop here? who have seen I Rollfast and Dayton BicyeJea.And MY SONG FOR YOUMatinee 1 .
fore the bag at sell them as low as $5.00
driver Carriage!-too slow. Novae !
The weapon was warm from his ; 1D-15; Nights 15-25c '
Jumped at her summons. body.'Polo and lights and cocktails are anticipating t down and $1.00 per week.
nii Phone 276. J. R. Stowers O
"Mr. Fox's car." she requested. -Great God! Wednesday c r! ,
"On' est-U.BO damn It. that's French. She put it in her bag. He took her This main -go decl8tfFOR I Ii eI S

Where the dickens Is Sefior Faze i arm. The night air was chilly, but "grudge fight" RENT
ear. old top?" the warmth of her bare arm sent an fight fans .
electric shock through his fingers. plenty of action. APARTMENT
Novae understood enough to lead LOWER FURNISHED '
What was he doing!-to hell with It, Pi-Juan and
her to the attache's long low road ; -2 bed rooms conveniences -
ster. Allaire contemplated It approvingly take your cue as you went along. are expected to !, porches. 1 519>> Elizabeth
and slid In behind the He'd always done that and he was in the semi-final Street. novlS i ?
wheel I still ally*. A hundred feet from car card offering \\7

"Get !In," she directed the runner! to Hildez Come along you girl with rounds to settle FURNISHED APARTMENT-
wind-swept hair and the steadylow 628
"You have to direct ne to Roeina tween them. Modern conveniences
B. Rosina B-ships-toot toot!! roice-you're with an engineer past gained White street or call at Gaiti's We Extend Cur-

Vapor-Rosina B-" I finishing a Job. Young Garcia, Barber Shop BOvl2 Best Christmas GreetingsTO
Giant cranes on their tracks along
"Rosina B7 Moran pronouncedIt fight they
"bay." He looked anxiously at the the dock stood tan like disapproving In white a draw. NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT Wishesd OUR- .
monsters as a man ;S
1 Isrrely, dark-eyed girl impatiently ducks and a girl la an evening gown :The pair of with garage. Apply 827 and
and Eddie Duval street. dec9 Many FriendsYou Patrons
awaiting him."But.pardon sefiorita. made their way along a warehouse dano j
1 don't underfUnd a1na B?" the card in one
alley. FOR SALE S have given us during the past a
and they AMERRY : year
"Vamo' she ordered and blew She knew that there were mea f
the horn l. lie* et further Spanish.Noraes near them wharf lying on ware- and take it OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two I \i: bountiful measure of that greatest of all gift*-

scrambled In beside her. house ramps but her companion did a few weeks
The Citiaen Of. "GOOD
bundles for Be. WILL"May
And he hadn't.been riding a block was supreme in this world. She the Navy Field. CHRISTMAS i
before he would hare been quite realized the quiescent strength in Another fice. .. S joy and pleasure fill your cup to over-

content to get out i those Angers on her arm. ture Walker! : TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 AND A I .: flowing on Christmas Day, and here are our roost
Silver drum headlights cutting A strange light began to etch the Five i
sheets 75c The Artman Press. cordial remembrances and good wishes for your ..:
the darkness, wilting the occasional cranes against the sky-like the the battle royal {
street lamps speeding out of the' glow of a fire somewhere in the dis the card. aug7! HAPPY NEW YEAR happiness and prosperity during the coming year.

residential section Into the metropolitan tance. And then they rounded the S
area rolling through the corner of the warehouse and cam. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed Monroe Theatre S

broad streets of this City of the across the"Parajslbo. : ANOTHER cards, $1.25. The Artman THE NAVY CLUB I

Dobs as though they were on a track Press auE'JSubscribe
IR the middle of an open prairie. TREMENDOUS flares burned on I & '.4T'I.I'II..iITID.I""I".I'j!
LOOP to The Citizen-20c _.
into tUckerIng .
Novaes Jabbered directions with ----- --------- --- --- -
atabs of ,bId finger and muttered relief the rusty sides of a small Best"r: ..ekly.
prayers under his breath. These tramp steamer. A fast-moving set I II
of stevedores portered crates from I "
Americanos-beaatlful but
crazy _This
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crazf TEfseGorifa wanted foiet to the warehouse to a crane which lift= Park the

Rostna B-! ed them over the! ship's side. again play the
-Thrilling. Isn't Itr Willett said C SilverBar
They roared down the leafy Baluearlo satirically.To ment outfit
drive passing scattered car- o'clock.
her it was.The flares the men.
riages. racing right up on top of Batteries will
the scrubby steamer were aU part
them and then slithering past as the
for the
of a world where nerves raced and Hopkins '
girl bands at slightly.And the big. wheel moved her blood tingled. Jack Cates and I

He guided her through the bustle. Health
then as they turned off the G
carious black eyes on them men
Balneario Into a waterfront drive the 12th
stopping in their labor to star On
that led the docks the
Everybody stared at women in these 1 month their
seized upon a lone ambling carriage. Q
countries-men cut to the same pattern i to Mr. and Mrs. TINGS
The girl nodded and brought the but with varying tastes.- Manchester
car to a stop. I.neie be 1.." Willett said 811d-1
Much she told her season we want to
robllged. denly. The holy graft ..
guide. """moa." I She saw a fat man in wilted ducks of the business re .. If'\ c-- --t: ....y el

She pulled out some banknotes and straw hat standing in the doorway CORDIAL past year, and earnestly J ), : : .

tram her silver mesh bag and of a small lighted office. New Year will give us | s:.> I?: -' < *.
pressed them Into his band. Novae* "He who gets socked she mar of greater service to you.
looked at them and got out shaking mured. .
WE TH :1 ,
with emotion. I !
Hey, Hildez.napped! Tem.The favors of the -- n t ::;: :
"Sorry. she told him. "to leave
shipping agent<< started at the Station 1
you here, but that ought to get you unceremonious summons. His little the hope that / l .
5 5tj
tack.- eyes licked from the tall redhead ileged to \ 1
Back He could go back on a battleship to the girl at his side like the dart the new year. Manager : I

by damn! He burst,Into a of a snake. Phone 15 S
torrent of tha&ks but she'4 forget- "Ah. Senor Willett.? he comment-

ten him. Already she was-tbittlnR ed. and sauntered over. 1120 IS NOW IN TOWN! J
iato gear, a slow smile curving her Ills shirt was open at a hairy

lips. Uoat-and the poach under his chin
M was bluish.Terry regarded him distastefully Motor Oil 1

**T ORD!" breathed! Terry Wrtlett\ and kept his band on the,> XltkOOl. N. And here's ALE as the "old-timer" would ; I

*-* He gave'a quick command to girl's. arm. <4t. 'e:: hare it-fine-flavored. creamy; full-bodied, 'fl' '
the driver and stepped out of the I "You putting my freight on board New Year S :
Happy .
carriage.Allaire. I that boat?" he demanded "or do I JI super strength.For

lonnged behind the wheel I strefth your hide up on the wall like ) months SILVER BAR ALE has been ageing
her hair to thick wind-blown eon a trophy from a bear buntr ',
fusion the evening wrap sliding off But of course. Sefior. Hades 1 Nature's own slow way. waiting the day when it E : t

cue bare shoulder. waved an obliging hand. "Tomorrowyour might be offered to you at the peak of perfection.That '
"Wonld yon mind awuUlke shipment will be on the way to '" .
is here!
glad day
asked tranquilly, "if I went with. Propienoire--

yon?" "Yeah said WTOstt "HI believe Meet this newest member of a famous family.
He'd thought he was prepared for yon when I see it lifted over the side. I
anything. Ga on. Hildes. trot it out-rm sick tj Greetings J Ask for a bottle of SILVER BAR ALE today-it's the

"Why?" he heard himself aay."Oh of waitiag on you" Superlative Beverage when there's a Fall tang in
-," she waved a slim Indeft- Tae shipping boss shrugged bis}
alte hand "I'm one of those people heavy shoulders\ the

who pat a grizzly bear on the nose "Aa you will Sefior WflletL" May this -r- -i im\- i m fft ra.m i n i W' IN GREEN
to see If he's friendly. He said something In quick soft PIEST" 15c I

He looked at her a long moment. Spanish to a couple of stevedores, BOTTLES _
Funny things women.This one, for and turned back to them smiling known and

example. She blazed across his life genially."Presently. All Southern Brew quality beverages are 100
Ilk. rocket. so UINERN BRE wlnGtA
a Sefior. The 1.1b'--
for you. .' cent grain, made with the famous Purity 3 r
better 'Per pure
"You'd go back Ton U only "Never mind the lady. said WO- .
be bored." lett curtly. It has b* rl .,rings Water in a.model sanitary brewery. They \e --_ l

The ennlng..be assented witha For the first time In her Ufa she attend your are Florida products, and it is well to remember .''
quick nod of her blonde head recognized: pure stoat I

started out that war.H.U. ." Copyrislt tltt, .y David GartkJ within our that. / t'
." said Terry Willett. "whydidn't twelve "
\ Florida Makes Makes Florida!
you get Fox to take yon to the faction to q'What ,
-- spirit of the : 1135 9he SOUTHERN BREW FAMILY of c."AUTY I 2 BEVERAGES

1 year we like to feel thai g SOLD -.
and that the
i HOTELIn South has made during the BREW TYPE M BOCK BEER SPA.KLN6! $!

I .
WISH to express to the Center of the Easiness you. (UGHT8EER DARKBEER) (iNJ'FAStJK) ALE :

each of our patrons car appreciation 'I and Theater District I. : joys of the season and '"' *
1 coming months will bring ( /
for all business in
rant c....*-Fireproof they re so retreshtng fo
the past be it great or smalL SeasiUo RateGarage _


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ment made today by Rev. Shuler


following events cover tHe arranged and everyone is wel-
t I week of Monday, December 23 to ..' comed to attend, it is stated.
Nina deLisa Leslie Editress ENTITLED "LITTLE TOWN OFBETHLEHEM" Saturday, December 28:
A Christmas service will be Evangelistic meetings at the There
WEDNESDAY be a service held tonight Dr. Felix von Oefele of New
TELEPHONE 149-J THIRTY 25 held at 8 A. M. in the Trinity Gospel Hall 720 Southard street, rh the Fleming Street Methodist York, medical chemist born in

.......................................-......... lonroe-"Shipmates Forever" Presbyterian church. will start tonight at 7:30 o'clockby Church beginning at 11 Germany 74 years ago
CHARACTERSTomorrow with Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler. I
Plans I The minister will give a brief J. Reid of Clifton, N. J.
Key West Society Many I
Palace "Man the addreas and the service will close The meetings will be held each
on Flying
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Events During Winter Season (Christmas) night, Trapeze" with W. C. Fields and i at 9 A. M.Tuesday. night except Saturday night and I
at 7:30 P. M, illustrated subjects will be follows Tuesday
the Sunday School of the First I "My Song For You" with Jan I an as : -
-- .1\iep lecture "Tha } t \ Great S pper"; WednesyA.GTeajSaIvation't OUR HEARTS OVERFLOWING WITH
Key West ,society:: enters the{ William Demeritt, Henry Renedo Baptist churchill present' ? 'the ..\/f1avy.Field-3 P. M. Football I Wise Man" will be gi'ven.11' 1 d ; ] ; Thursday S GRATITUDE AND APPRECIATIONWe -

holiday season with a multitude of' Norman Artman, L. P. Artman, pageant-cantata, "Litlle Town of game. High School vs. Park Tig- i..................... .. JfA: :GreaCSheet": ; Friday, "AOreat
events planned for its edificationand "Jr., Jack Hayes, Walter Norman, Bethlehem" in observance of the White Throne." S extend to you a sincere wish that you willS
There Jr., Paul Sawyer John F. Ginart ers.Pena's
enjoyment. are any Christmas season. Place-1:30 P. M. un- Today's Horoscope experience a
number of formal and informal I Ignacio Carbonell, William R.Warren Warren There are thirty characters in: til '5:30 P. M., Cocktail hour. ............1........... BEE CAUSES F/iLSE ALARM
dances and dinners scheduled to Jr., George this beautiful of the Chri t-
story Field-7:30
; Navy P. M. Exhibi-
take place during this and next and Curtis H. Stanton, Jr. child, all costumed in the oriental\ tion boxing contest.HabanaMadrid8. The disposition of today's native DENVER..-firemen- of this city Joyful Christmas I Iand
will also be dinners is to be and called
week.A There teas dress of that day and time and: P. )I. to ? apt vacillating were oct on a false alarm
lengthy list of entertain- and receptions for the winter visi- there electrical effects uncertain. There U i not the force when a bee crawled into the fire
are special : Dance and the
beet of cocktails.
ments honoring returning college tors, what continue to arrive daily. that add to the atmosphere of the I II Raul's Open all night, where of yesterday and procrastinationmay II alarm box and caused a short that the NEW YEAR will bring you PEACE, fe

students will be held this week. A great many of these visitors I play.:: The angel chorus and the the best of drinks are served. be a besetting sin. There is circuit. HAPPINESS and a Full Realization of all your &
for the here last and, delighted considerable ability and there is
students home were year
Among I
I manager scene are brought out in (Cuban Club-Dance with DellWoods' I hopes and aspirations. fee
holidays are the Misses Marie with their stay have returned no reason why the labors should check
a most pleasing manner. Orchestra.
Thompson Mary Sullivan Frances again this winter. I not be crowned with success, if I COLDS
I For the past several weeks Mrs. .
Mae and Catherine Lowe, Almost every family has house the mind can only be kept down 6 666eoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 6 6
F. F. Hoffman has been directing i THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 I and Pritchard's Funeral Home 3
and concentrated on a single ob-
Clara Yates Barbara Taylor, guests for the holidays, and society I the group, and her splendid pro- l\lonroe-"Tbis is Life and FEVERfirst
will ject. I
Marjorie Roberts, Ruth Rose happy busy re- ductions in previous years is an II
Galey, Rose Appel, Elizabeth main so until the anual seasonal that tomorrow night'sperformance "Shipmates Forever. I day
behind assurance I Palace-"Alias John Law" with Subscribe to The Citizen-20c! LivnJ Tablets HEADACHESI .I"I'.IT.I'I II..IITII'4TI.I..4T.I'
Ayala Muriel Morgan; Messrs. rush is once more us. will be feature of I
a Bob N. Dr. !i.
i Steele. weekly. j I M pi SO minute .
the Key West Christmas celebra- -- --
Pena's Place-4:30 P. M. un- .. ..
l'tlalones'Entertain tion.At til 5:30 P. M, Cocktail hour. .;rI'I'.I'III".J1ITIII'.iJIT.I '. lITIIIIIii
the close of the
Yesterday pageant i
Bayview Park-*:30 P. M. Social
I there will be a regular Santa .
League diamondbal1'game.
n At Informal Party Clans, who comes to Key West in
of the
person. And along with Santa :I'.I'.4TI.I'li.l'.lABUILDS :I Complfnjents tad : 5
Claus will come candy, fruit and \ Gifts For Gifts For
.Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ma- ,;lkss service prevailed. Tiny dainty gifts for the members of the NEW HOUSE 1935 0 1936
,appetizers were in evidence, and school. ;
lone yesterday! afternoon :..eater*: Sunday
a festive birthday cake was cut ALMEDA. Tex.-After fire destroyed Men Women
tained at their home on Division.Street by- Mr. Malone. .....e...........ee.e..e his house W. R. Hopkinsof IW
at an informal cocktail J,i The table, gay in its beautiful this place made his-water tank %
party, during which a number of j;|'appointments of silver and tall Today In History over into a two-story home. 'L tti t

their friends droppedjn!) ,to:' greet j[ candles with red chiffon bows ........................ MILITARY BRUSHES PERFUME SETS

Mr. Malone and extend congratulations lent a seasonal holiday touch to 1784-First General Conference ,. FOUNTAIN PENS AND MAgJCURE SETS
on his birthday. j I.the occasion, which was vastly en- PENCILS
the Methodist Episcopal
'Mrs. Malone'a customary fault- 'joyed by the guests present. I Evangelistic Meetings j J TOILET SETS
Church, in Baltimore.! I SHAVING SETS
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1799-Following a Resolution I The good will of our patrons and friends is one j CIGAR LIGHTER SETS
Dance I
Christmas Social! Tonight I MR. R. J. REIDof
by Congress, President Adams I: of our most valuable assets. The spirit of the : TIE HOLDERS DAINTY CHINA gO

Last EveningA At Raul' ClubOne I proclaimed that people wear crepe] Clifton N. J. season brings to us renewed appreciation of old WRIST 5
for 30 days in mourning for late BILLFOLDS
I :. associates and of the value of new friends. You
charming Christmas social of the big affairs of the George Washington- GOSPEL HALL have done much to make this past year worth- ;' J BIBLES STONE-SET RINGS feW
: 'Christmas will be I
was that given by :Miss Marie'Thompson Christmas Eve season Dance the.attRaul's ?I 1811-Recruits for war with I 720 Southard Street while and successful for ue. :
at the home of her, tonight England offered bounty of $16.1| -AND FOR THE CHILDREN- 3
Club on Roosevelt Boulevard I Each .
parents, Mr. and Mirs. No'berg three months extra pay at dis- Night Except Saturday % IIO

Thompson, last night. Dell Woods' 8-piece orchestra charge and some 150 acres of 7:30 o'clock WE THANK. YOU :. Dolls, Toys, Necklaces, Forks, Spoons, Pins. i Ii?
Dancing to the radio with piano land. .
will furnish a_ good program of SUBJECTS .
interludes by Francis Garwood dance music for the ccasion. .'
and Walter Norman was the 1814-Treaty ending secondwar 1 May your Christmas be a pleasant one and happiness :

cipal delicious diversion course of of thfeevening.ice cream prin-I and Announcement with Britain signed at Ghent. Supper.Tuesday" : "A Great I: attend your:.New Year is-the cordial wish of : : FRANK JOHNSON I:

cake was served. I 01 EngagementMr. 1827-General strike in Philadelphia Wednesday "A Great D. Aronovitz Department Store ;
Present were the Misses Betty! -carpenters striking for : .i S
Moreno, Anne Duncan Bobbie I t 10-hour day had other trades fol- Salvation." COLONIAL BUILDING J
and Mrs. John Demeritt. of low suit, marking first :.
Taylor,'Ilary Sullivan, Ruth Rose;
Miami, have announced the
en- country labor organized, and Thursday: "A Great
Francis Rae' I
Galey, Garwood ,,'I'IIIIIII.tITJF'J'
gagement of their daughter, Izett,
Wanen.1 out of which grew the first unionof Sheet."
Louise Russell Leonor to Harry R. Saunders. son of Mr. the
I all l organized workmen in I
Elizabeth AyalaMessrs. and Mrs. J. N. Saunders, of Key "
Sunday A
Paul Mesa, Steve Boy- West. city. 'It t Great :{s mss r.0's m.r//svsooso...s s/v. .o'w.0's l.'a/rr.wise.'
den,Jack Key Paul Sawyer Walls Throne.
1933 Armenian Church'sArchbishop "
Zurhurst, Walter Norman, Jack -
stabbed to death, in
Hayes. Poly Artman, Billy War-
church, at New York City.
ren and Curtis Stanton. FITCHBURG, Mass. Law- Jaekaeavflle's Leatla HeteP

rence Duval of this city stubbedhis THE SEMINOLLFlerMa
Miss"James Comes ,I toe and doctors say he is suf- Electrical Gifts are Appreciated

hi YesterdayMiss 'fering from a possible fractureof I \
I the vertebrae in his neck. __

Josephine James, daughterof i
Captain: Thomas James, U. S.! MONROE THEATERAll See Our Electrical
Navy, and Mrs. James, arrive! Star Western Feature yett Appliances .fc
ed over the highway yesterdays -
afternoon from Washington -' REVENGE' a. I
D. Chaving'been joined :
in :Miami by her aunt Miss Anna I Matinee; Balcony., lOc; Orchestra The General
Corcoran who accompanied her ,- 15-20ci Night: 15-25e i ......._..111.. Electric Refrigerator I
home. CIIAS. B. bRl:(ER.. MMacerA
human home-like Institution
Miss James is a student at the where will find individual
yon rear AND
Georgetown Visitation College.) __r.... and ea.enal.ea' a mate
This college is among the oldest i Christmas GreetingsYou Your patronage has ter of great Importance.A .

of women's colleges in the country -' been our success and we steel fireproof-kwlldlaar locate The General Electric
this year celebrating its one appreciate it most cor- i Im the aeart.f the city Raiige |
have been
hundred and thirty-sixth'anniver-i us dially. Accept our best Every Room with Combination Tub
sary. consistently this year and I wishes for a- and Shower Bath. Radio. Electric

It is affiliated with the George now as the old year comes Christmasand i Ceiling Ventilation.Fan.Comfortable Slat Door for Beds Summer wltkUattre 9 Are gifts for. the whole family-..See our' 'complete' 0
town University where Miss to a close it is our pleasureto Happy *ea of Inner Spring ConBtructlon ,

James was entertained before )per extend to the a- !1!ing Lamps.and Individual Read' line of electrical q
appliances '
you OiU
departure at its tea dance. i RATES f .11.,
greetings of the season. Prosperous New Year I S'agM
'78 n.._., Private Bath Saul
Subscribe to The Citizen-20c With is.|i R__.. Private BathReema. :2.61I .
us old year .. u
weekly. Private Bath a.
Coffee MillsG.
.- 1 will go on record as a Triumph <,Z4 Bee_.. Private Bath aM foaslers
ie Sample ReD_..Private Bath 1.11 Mixmasters

FLYwith ;i cooperation and loyalty of

PAN AMERICAN- the-PLANE !:: our friends and patrons. I ;' Waffle Irons i
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No Change In Rates :: :May your Christmas be 'I''I'.I''" "' .I'ATr.lJ't ,

Make Reservations by Phone i merry and the New Year I

Telephone 620 bring you success and % Hoover Sweepers
Regular Planes MiamiKeyWest I happiness and our friend- I Season's
Airways Inc. I Greetings fc
Daily Except Friday. I ship extend for many

RATE, ONE WAY, $7.50 years to come.ADAMS \ W v Electric Irons Percolators
Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Ar-
rive Miami 5:20 p. m. DAIRYTO & To our seven thousand members and all of Oa

Fad Comfortable Safe a our many other frie.nds. we wish a joyous and Electric Roasters

.- | blessed Christmas. .Health, Happiness and Prosperity o -. I

J"I".4'.I".4'.Afr.l"'I'.I'.I.4TI"! r.l'I. W for the New Year and. may that peace .

which passeth all understanding be yours always. oi I Table Lamps
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FIRST METHODIST (STONE) CHURCHGREETINGS S S Peninsular Life I!e L-- I Trouser Pressers .

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S The Pastor this and opportunity Officials to of wish our you Great a very Church take I a \ 33 Years of Satisfactory Service In Key West W 9W You .can acquire 'any of the above appliances with just a little down

MERRY CHRISTMAS and the HAPPIEST payment and the balance monthly with your electric bill
I 3 M. E. SWEETING Superintendent in Charge W

N. L. Russell Cashier 'I i iTV
May the Christ whose birth we celebrate be en- % '

throned in your hearts in such a way His light will be f W H. O. Russell J. M. Varela J. G. Sweeting J The Key West Electric Company
1.'i" reflected from you to those with whom you come in S
h' contact. You will always find a warm welcome in W P. SI. Roberts B. U. Sweeting R. Delgado ?i
this Grand Old Church and you will revel ia iU worthipfal -


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