The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00386
 Material Information
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 26, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00386
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Associated Preu Day Wk. ;'. ".'f: Key West, Florida, has th*

I Service. -_ QLtjjc ,1& Wczt
For 65 Yean Devoted to the cp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West 4 ': range of only 14 Fahrenheit




Capital Inflow Offsets Gains 1 1I MORE VISITORS QUIET CHRISTMAS I. GROOMS GIVES FERRYBOATS 'Many Important Questions To


In Importations. In Year' '35 WINTERSEASON SPECIAL SERVICES WERE 1 I W. CURRY HARRIS LEADS OR. TEN DAYS Enter '36 National Campaign


........................ OLIVER GRISWOLD AND HIS I TELEGRAM TO GILFOND FROM I........................

Foreign Trade BenefitedBy ........................ 1 l I ARRIVED AT NEW .I 1 To Be Presented In

; OTHERS TO COMEIN Peacefully and quietly was the i The Rotary Club held its regular I ORLEANS N, ...

Broadening World FIRST OF YEAR manner in which Key Westers, luncheon at the Parish House! ON TUESDAYThe 'xp. ::-,. Connection With IssuesOf

end the many visitors celebrated today, with Vice-President E. A. I <:-; ,
Recovery Christmas yesterday. and during Strunk, Jr., in the chair. The I ,. Administration

Oliver Criswold, assistant WPA the entire period there was noth- blessing was invoked by:: W. W. two f !ries recently purchased .

director of Public Relations, of ing to mar the day's serenity. Demeritt. Singing was led by W. from the' Tri-State Ferry .g r

Br FREDERICK GARDNER Washington, and mother, Mrs M. Services were held in the Curry Harris. Company at Cairo Ill, by the: By HERBERT YAHRAES

tar AMOrtmed FreswJ- IL Griswold arrived Tuesday i churches as is customary and all Bascom L. Grooms gave a talkon Florida Emergency Relief' Administration -! r (Associated Press Staff Writer)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 26. for If John Smith feels to it
rose the
t morning on the plane from Havana I places of worship were well at the "Purpose of Vocational over water
Despite a great shrinkage in the I gaps of the Overs-a Highway New Year's morning, b. can foretell
and are the Hotel Colonial. tended. Service and its Application to Ro- left New Orleans yesterday for 'I

surplus of export over import, There was not one accident reported -' tary. \ I the trip to Key West. accordingto in a general way some of the

the tidy of international payments Mr. Griswold expects to remain either from fireworks or W. L. Bates introduced as his word received by M. E. Gil- developments' likely to touch his

until January 4, when he automobiles and as far as could guest, James Noble Gifford of I. fond, district director. :: of the
ia 1935 .wept strongly im WPA here.A life i. 1936.Heading .
be the sheriff I
learned neither
r. will J leave for headquarters, but New York City, a writer, who is I
favor of the United State That Mrs. forces nor the city police force r telegram from Capt. J.E.. bas I list may well be
is making arrange- visiting Key West for the first 'Demeritt
said fiat he
was called on to make an ar j I : and CaptA. I
was apparent im a record inflow ments for spending the season in time. E. Sharpley arrived there the presidential campaign, for be

of fold and silver. Key West. rest.Numbers of strangers: remark-:i r A letter from! Sumner Welles Tuesday morning;, and planned to I will expect to Lear, "It* an election -

v .. sa' 'ia. Conrad Van Hy ing. state welfare ing on. the beautiful day of sun: :! thanking Secretary Casanova, of ,leave yesterday. The two fer
Foreign trade generally benefited at shine and delightful weather, said,; ries. Traveler and! Pilgrim, are to I year" offered over and overagain
commissioner: Mrs. Van Havana, for the telegram to the
by broadening world industrial that possibly nowhere else in the I be brought to Ke7: West and put I II as a reason. for. developments
Hyning and their children President of the United
three States
DAVID ELMER WARD. country could a city with grander 1 I in service as soon as possible. I
recovery. But the exchange County Judge of Lee County, arrived over the highway Monday climate be found nor a more urging the restoration of railroad :They will be piloted through the I not only in politics but also

scales were weighted by recurrent I Florida domiciled night from in Jacksonville the commadant's and are quiet Christmas be experienced. Communication between Key West I inland waterway, as far as Pen-! R. A. (BOB) GRAY in business although economists
sacola and southward! from that
i and the mainland, was read by
flights of capital from Europe, quarters in the naval station. Secretary of State find little to conclusion
ap- point will come over the : support a
Secretary Rev. J. C. Gekeler, and
LEE COUNTY JUDGE Tbg Van Hynings plan to spend ]MOST VESSELSOF ,
water of the Gulf. .
prehensivje over the ability of remaining it was announced that the club I that a., national. campaign inevitably
the holiday season here and in With many travelers to Key' GRAY
would be addressed next week by ANNOUNCES
gold bloc currencies to VISITS KEY WESTTROOP \ the early part of January returnto LIGHTHOUSE Dr. Wm. R. Warren. West necessarily being; detained dUturbs tbe, world of
Jacksonville.H. .
at Matecumbe Key because of
hold onU : trade.
'F. McLanry, advertising lack FOR REELECTIONSECRETARY
of accommodations aboard
The movement of "nervous manager of the Chicago, Burlington FLEET IN PORTiALL SIX LICENSES TOWED the ferry now operating, the He may be convinced that the

money" was swelled by an influxof AND SCOUT EXECUTIVE and Quincy Railroad and Mrs. : larger boats are expected to be a outcome will affect his personally -

capital for investment in Am- ALSO COME IN McLaury, with a party of three \ ARE ISSUEDCOVER boon to travelers into Key West! : : OF STATE WILL especially if the constitution
I friends, will arrive in Key West and should eliminate the current
erican securities, lured in part by OVER HIGHWAY about January 19 for a stay of OF TENDERS WITH EXCEPTION inconveniences. BE CANDIDATE IN becomes a paramount issue or tte:

renewed expansion in domestic in- three weeks at the Casa Marina OF POINCIANA Just when the vessels! will be campaign center on canduiaU-

dustry and corporate earnings. 1 Mr. McLaury wrote the WPA ACTIVITIES FOR PE- : placed in service Mr. Gilfond PRIMARIES with diametrical opposed view "
time ARRIVED IN TIME FOR HOLIDAY as to how, if at all, tIM govei' n-
War fears also appeared to have David Elmer Ward county I housing department some could not say but not before January -
RIOD ENDING ment should aid the unemployed!1.
the of DECEMBER '
ago on question securing 15 he- felt The ferries
been one of the factors. judge of Lee County Fla., paid SEASON sure. Bob of regulate buojn.es, coatrol farm
accommodations for a period of are loaded from the side he R. A. ( ) Gray secretary
Gold Reserves Swell his first visit to Key West and I several weeks in January, and 26 i said and arrangements other state today made his formal an- production

During the autumn crisis of the told The Citizen:; he was delighted stated that he had been in Key i than the slips now being used for nouncement to succeed himself Economic Treads

French franc and the strained with the city and the cour- West one day last year and was With the exception- the Ten- loading will have to be made. Because business developmentaffect t -
tesies exterded: during his brief struck with the delightful climate der Poinciana the lighthouse de During the week ending De- ,i and will be a candidate in the
'M he
situation out of However as soon as they reach > pocketbook. may venture !-
European arising stay. charm partment fleet is in port and ofr cember 26 there were six mar- coming primaries' for a second
and of the city, decid- Key West, work will at once starton late proffceey on the 1 basi'e(0gfiaatreiu ".
the Italo-Ethiopian: conflict, this In company with }i. O. Kight, ed to spend his,vacation here this fleers and members of the crews riage licenses issued from the office whatveer type of leadingvand term for the offitffOf Becxetarj: s as the year cio.hof .-><.-.
country's gold stock scout executive, and 22 of the have the opportunity of spending of Judge.. .Hugh Gunn, just >'"in .
: monetary year. : unloading structure is deemed of state. announcing "his candidacy tag kit more! of his acquaintances -
outstanding: boy scouts: from Collier Mr. and Mrs. Charles the holidays with their families.In twice as many as were issued during .
soared toward $10,000,000-f necessary and a sufficiently i large for; a second full term Mr. are building homes with
Lee Hencry, Charlotte, of Cleveland. Ohio arrived the case of the Poinciana the first 20 days of the '
000 ,mark, nearly half the world'srecorded over force will be employed to com- government aid; that one of tt'
made the state
month. Gray
Glades and DeSoto counties the the afternoon to weather prevented the ship being;
highway Tuesday
plete the work as quickly as factories down by the tracks \1-
gold reserves. judge arrived over the highway :I spend the winter season and today here Christmas. The tender was The week's issues were madeto possible. ment: Ha plant; that the

Net silver imports for ten I'I last evening in a school bus of are comfortably located at enroute to her home port when : "I shall be a candidate in the stores improving seem more crowU .'

months ended with October ap- Lee County. 1306 Division street. forced to seek a haven at Harbor Henry I. Jones and Myrtle\ C.
He take
coming primaries to succeed myself than usuaL may Into<
while' Directly after their! arrival the Key during; the past few days Sanchez. : FOURTEEN COMEHERE.
proxuuated $230,000,000, consideration too. the complaint-
of state. I ,
( as secretary am
Fred C. Frohock and Marie A.
judge and group of scouts were of unsettled weather.
the excess of merchandise exports, guests of Captain of Police Al- GIVE PROGRAM Christmas the tender was at Domeneehe. very grateful to the people"of he hears about taxes, aqd hwife's :-

dwindled to 'J6,707,000 compared berto Camero on a sightseeingtrip No Name Key bit the officers and John V. Archer and Helen L. ON PLANENINE : Florida for the opportunity to remark that food bills an

with 5,557,000: in the corresponding -' to points of interest which AT HOSPITAL crew came over the highway to Caviness. ; 1 (serve them, in this capacity and higher.fft Setting ,; f:what Nay' happen

; 1934 period. A sharp was one of the high lights, the I spend the day at home. Zyger Peter Gallant and Emma I my candidacy for 'second term ia 1936'J djw'
gain in imports, in face of little] judge said of their vacation. The* Poinciana would have been Fawn Gwynn. PASSENGERS LEAVEON 5f
will be based the record of important develop-
Charles H. Albury and MarianK. upon
change in the dollar value of exports This morning the party left on able to make Key West in safety '
cut the margin of exports! the Steamship Cuba for IIavana VETERANS AND PATIENTS had the intracoastal waterway Wescott. AIRCRAFT YESTERDAY service I have given. I adoptedas ments abroad, especially in t. i-
over imports to the smallest in where they will be guests of the ENTERTAINED. been completed from Bahia Hon- Ivan Elwood and Agnes Cor- AFTERNOONPlane the motto and slogan of the Mussotini-Ethiopia-League situation. of

years. j Cuban scouts and officials! for one da to this port. As the situationnow dero. office 'prompt. efficient and courteous -
he the factoitO
week. They will return January is, it is poir.ted out vesselsof Perhaps will find -
Both silver purchases and the XMAS MUSIC I service' and with the assistance -
3 to Key West where they will the type of the Poinciana and i I I tO relatively modest export surplus, FREIGHT SHIPS from Miami i arrived this of my office force have endeavored forecast but he will sec the po<..-
start the return trip in many yachts, are forced to seek: I
however, were outweighed by the, ,morning with 14 passengers as i I to live up to that mark. aibility of the African war's cut.-
rchool bus which will remain here safe harbors the route
along i
shift of capital and invisible item a".aitingtheir arrival. War veterans and other pa- whenever unsettled weather is' DUE THIS \WEEK follows: Virginia$ McDermott.j I II am sincerely thankful for the I tinning'| until either Italy or
in the exchange scales, such as returns tients at the U. S. Marine Hospital encountered. I' Manuel Lopez E. B. Chapin. Lionel -i j i fine response I have received from Ethiopia is ready to call quits; ofi

on investments. yesterday had cheer broughtto H. Plummer. Sigrid Ree, Edna all over Florida in the way of the League's forcing its. toni -

Capital Inflow trIll 11.1'III. them when Key Westers pre- Crisp Ruth Dennison Elma Alton I gracious recognition of that serv-i!i elusion, whether or not the 11'-

The department of commerce ERROR TODAY IN sented a special Christmas musical MRS. F. WATKINS j OZARK. BRAZOS AND ALAMO Adelaide Dennison. Mary ice and assuring me of hearty i suit is satisfactory to all; of thei

estimated that in the first six l program at the hospital, offering Benson. Geraldine Marquis. Ma I support for a second full term. i conflict's spreading to the Mt.I.I .-
months there was a net inflow of : one program in the recep- ARE VESSELS TO COME tilda Smith, Marjory L. McKee. "My work for the state began I| terranean, or beyond.

'$560,000,000 in short-term funds, tion room fnd later making callsat WILL VISIT HERE r1.; INTO THIS PORT I Evelyn Brooks. I din I a minor clerkship and promotions Warm Spot
in addition to a net gain of $60- a rule the readers of a I the various rooms for the Departures yesterday afternoonwere i I crme: from time to time until -
t skip the editorials, benefit of those patients who I He may jet down the far east
000,000 on security transactions.The newspaper : Ora L. Jones, John C. Key I I vas honored by being placed

arrival of more than $800- or, as it has been estimated could not leave their beds. : COMING FROM CHICAGO WITH !Tnree of the Harry Luethi Peter Scott, .Ana-I in the office of secretary of state. where Japan is on the march;

000,000 in fold in the second half, snore or less accurately, only! Patients! joined in singing many I freight chips due to bells -Cochrane Antonio Lopez It has been my purpose since assuming I Germany, with its religious, racial

aside from silver purchases, was about 10 per centum take the of the carols and others, unableto I DAUGHTER TO SPEND Clyde-Mallory! Lines West are this week. Roy Voght, Kathleen Knowles the responsibilities of the and economic troubles and its rearmament -

accepted as evidence that the inward time to read the editorials, sing listened attentively, while i WINTER SEASON the arrive first at of Key which will be the Luis Menendez. i. office to so conduct its affairs as :, program; Austria

movement. of capital con- particularly when they are the several numbers pealed I Ozark from Jacksonville and Miami Arrivals yesterday morningwere not only] to render the service to where the talk of restoring th>

tinued with litle interruption lengthy.The through the building. : John Provost. Ida Miller,, which the people are entitled but i, monarchy continues, and Cuba.
route to New Orleans.The
throughout the leading editorial in to- George Mills: White, in chargeof en Peter Scott, Raymond Einhorn. to uphold the dignity of the office j i which baa a bard time sticking; to
Announcement year.of trade day's issue of The Citizen is the music project of.'the WPA. I Mrs. Frances Watkins of Chicago Brazos is due from Gal- Andrew Fleming Harry Luethi, 1 by endeavoring to render such : a president, as warm spots that

ment with Canada, the a seventh agree-in somewhat extended and in or- had arranged the program which is due to arrive with her vestonSaturday and will take Caridad Hero, Joe Ramirez, Dorothy service on a jfcb plane of absolute might become hot.I .
for New York. The Alamois I
the series to be hailed der to have it more generally induced, besides: numbers by little daughter about January 7 cargo Mayfield Knowles, Kathleen fairness and integrity. I He will expect to see payloa'Upassengers
signed, was due from New York Sunday,
will the next several
The read, the Contest Editor has himself a variety of selections in and spend Knowles. t "317 candidacy for the Demo as well as cargo--
widely as longest step yet with the Christmas! months in Key West, occupyingthe en route to Tampa. :
keeping pe-
centered on a misspelled word Departures Tuesday afternoon: cratic nomination will be submitted being flown on regular schedule
taken to unravel the network of Power Boat Sea Belle i is at the .
in this editorial for today's riod. Others on the program included Bragassa apartments on White Clarence Nice. Ralph Hopkins, to the voters of the state in from California to the Philippine-,
trade restrictions. award in the proofreadingcontest the Rev. and Mrs. J. street Mallory Pier today discharging Joe .Mondal James Warren Vir- the primaries of next spring andI and possibly tIt China. And hi
Belgium finally joined England, I Gekeler, Eva Warrw. c.j r In her letter to the housing division heavy earzoof, sea food products McDermott John MacCon- much the
which has been a ginia shall appreciate very ;may set it dvn as more than a
the United States and other, nations feature for several weeks.As Lewis, and Little Miss Edith closing for the apartments from Collier City to be shipped nelL support of the. Democrats of flor- gueea that important steps" toward
on the devaluation trail, but liams, whose clear soft voice>and Mrs. Watkins wrote: "We are to New York on the Brazos:; Sat ,
i.a is ida. transatlantic
heretofore the establishing regular
I prize
France and the Netherlands stub- poise brought much ap-I' amazed delighted and very grate- .'
De Luxe Safety perfect air schedules will be taken
Gillette during
bornly held out in an effort to restore "new pktse from the patients at the ful for your complete helpfulness. FINE DINNER IS the
itazor Set with ten blue urday.WASHINGTON t".lI4"II"'ICHARLES year.
internal equilibrium through, hospitaL! No .other place we have I
complete deflation.- blade written approached you in I| Supreme Court Decisions
Exports from the United' Statesto The requirements are that service. It adds immeasurably to PRISONJJJS I; Definitely promised are test to

Europe declined, mainly because the.- corrected word be ''writ' CUBA BRINGS IN I my pleasant anticipation, of a winter NOTESTWICE I ..' 'SENDS GREETINGS i' determine how far the iaboratoi-

of a drop in sales t>f cotton ten or typed on the- coupon in Key West." I I c' I have come with television but he

and other farm products. which may be fO.Dd- in, to- 61 PASSENGERSSteamship OCCUPANTS COUNTY JAIL Charles Sand, one of the I will not expect to have a set IB
day's issue of The Citizen and
employes of the Florida East home.
delivered at this office between TWO BUILDING AS MUCH SERVED EXCELLENT
-Coat Railway who was forced He may include among his pre-
MRS. CHOGUETWRITES the hours of 8 to 11o.eIk Money stocks in the United .
his Wet borne dktMA the probabilities that the
Ieav Key
tomorrow morning Cuba arrived this' I States ..on Nov. 30, were $16.-
I PERMITS ISSUED and and work in Miami with tbe"company's i lass rime court will conclude it.I'1U'dtlnent .'\
Tb* contestant who first morning from Tampa with five 2S0.836.196 new high essential deal'
HOME ear departmeab.writ. 1> on
brings the corrected word to second class passengers for Key t twice as much as was on hand at
I .. The Citizen a card! 1[measures, with possibly far-reach-
this office cops the prize West; 42 first an4 14 seconds for the peak of the so-called 1929 Chicken, with all the necessary whether h'-
effects on him
Christmas greeting
Havana. Only two applications were received prosperity. trimmings, apple and mince pies. carrying ing
'I'.6T.Atr.l.J 1J'.IIIT.I'At I t and wUbes for a prosperous works in factory, in office or on
1 Mrs. C. R. Choguet, formerly '.I The ship also had 46 tons of during the past; week by I fruit nuts, and candies, graced the farm that. "balancing thebudget"
t Year.
I New
Martha Poole and a former freight and 238 sacks of mail for Building Inspector; Harry Baker DEMOCRATSThe Ithe I festive board at the county
joined in ibis by Mrs. will he It muckdiscussedtopic
boarder at the Convent of Mary I Key West; 180 sacks of mail for i for building permits. Issues were Democratic National Com- jail yesterday.
in and business cIr-
Immaculate, Key West, but now a + Havana. made as follows: mittee will meet in Washington Pursuant to instructions from Sands and both ask that ibis

resident at Central Falls R. L. 10 $ ea rams The Cuba arrived from Havana I Repairs to porch at 1102 Mar January 9th to fix the time and Sheriff K. O. Thompson Jailer paper extend to their many cles with; that another congress demand willn to -
Washington. street, sent a Christmas Tuesday afternoon with one first garet street. Owner. Fernandez place of the next National Con- Leon Roberts early Tuesday began friend in Key West wishesfor pay
and tttare vention. Philadelphia, Chicagoand baking pies and preparingthe a Merry Christmas and avery bonus.
card to Rev. A. L. Maureau. and one second class passenger for ; cost $25.
of the local Catholic church asking WHISKIES AND GINS Key West; seven first and seven I New roof on kitchen at 728 San Francisco are seeking it other items on the menu and Happy New Year.r.l11".I. And he may prophesy than the three legal
termination after
I more
to be remembered to her second class passengers for Tampa Thomas street Owner, James D. but the present prospect favors yesterday the prisoners sat downto ."
many friends in Key West. 1 Roberts; cost, $50. Philadelphia. j an excellent: dinner. years of "the Lindbergh e***


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'j1 mtst CtfltK t ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES -( asesssaa.ee.ess..e..eToday's worth, author of more than 60
KEY WEST] i IN j y-' popular novels of her day bornin
-. [r rODA ? WEATHER ] I Washington, D.'C. Died there.
rulllls..cd Dally Except: Sunday -ByJTHB Florida, and almost every state in
CITIZEN PrBUSHIXG CO, INC. DAYS GONE BYHpp Anniversaries June 29, 1899.
this has based
country government ,
J. P. ARTMAAi. Pre.l* et upon -
JOB. AI.LEA. Aa. a'... B"ri U.Jlaaaarer .certain elementary principles which have .Biai ii.r* Jast IB .11 Lowe HMat Florida: Partly cloudy colder, .......................I
Ate Today Aa Take Fr.. t I. 1820-Dion Boucieault, writer
..-.: Prom The Clticea and ABB Bulldlnr Streets constituted the firm foundation upon which TUe Fil*. Of Tb. Cttiie.Unruly Station .last night last 24 hours frost if clear, below freezing'temperatures 1716-Thomas Gray, English and adapter of 132 plays, who
Comer Greene Abilene ... ._ 24 _46.
representative and democratic government in north and central poet author of one of the most spent the latter part of hn *'life
Wed and Monroe Atlanta 12 (0 portions and about freezing in beautiful poems in the language,I in New York, born in Ireland
Only Daily Newspaper In .
Cent has developed.The automobiles figured ln1 Boston ...._._ 16 28 interior of extreme south! portion "Elejy Written in a Country Died in New York Sept. 18,
a number of accidents which Baff.to..... 8 20 *
cardinal is tonight; Friday mostly cloudy born.
Florida as second clan matter principle that the t Churchyard Died July 1890..
Catered at Key Weat.
Christmu conspicuous in the 30
day Charleston '_ 46 continued cold.Jacksonville 30, 1771.
FIFTT-SIITH YEAR powers of the commonwealth should be annals of automobile .driving .in Chicago ._._._ 2 26 to Florida Straits: i

Mrmkrr .t the AeMelated Pus divided into three departments, namely, Key West. Robert Hoghson lost Denvgr: ...._ 20 30 I Moderate to fresh notherly winds; 1837-George. Dewey, naval officer '
rk. Aasoelated Preas >I. b xeiaalTeljr entttled t* iiaa legislative,--executive and judicial. A fur- control and smashed into a pole. Detroit ..._. 10 22 : partly overcast weather tonight. 1738-Thomas Nelson,. Virginia in the Civil War, hero-ad-
republication of all news dlapatchea ersdlt.4 to Two drivers smashed up in a head Galveston 38 .60 i and,Friday. merchant signer f the miral in the Spanish-American
tt OP local not otherwise published credited here.'NATIONAL in. this paper and.aUothe the!;provision h:that these departments on collision Whitehead street. Havana _- 12 I. East Gulf: Fresh northerly lvit! .D.ciatiotu. of Independence, War. born at Montpelier, Vt. Died

-- news should be Iceprseparate, so that the rights Their names were not learned. A Huron_._....-12 2 I winds; mostly overcast weather. I dodo q and,endorser of 'money to in Washington, Jan. 16, 1917.

{ aTONAL and liberties of our citizens would be protected party of joy riders with John Jacksonville __ 34 56 I, tonight and Friday.WEATHER patriot army govmior i)J Virginia -
ASSOCIATION Fernandez came to grief when Kansas Ci$ G 12 -T-T and commander of her i 1871-Ashley H. Thorndike,
.. from any king kaiser, or dictator. I j!militiaat Yorktown, whose 'last
i 9.3 s their car plunged into another. KEY WEST .. 62 70 CONDITIONSA Columbia University professor.
Under our form of government it is I This wag a rear end collision. The toe Angeles .. 52 10 ;years were.spent in poverty aa all world's most foremost Shakespearian -

One- Tear _SCBiCRJPTJQ'f_! _. : IU.TES 110.00 the function of the General Assembly to prominent society girls MIsses Miami __....._ 54 72 disturbance that is central I his born money.at Yorktown went ,to Ya.the Died cao&e Jan.(, scholar, born at Houlton,
Six _'_ 0.00 Clara Carbonell, Manuela Johnsonand Minneapolis ..-12 G this morning off the north Atlan- Maine. Died April 17, 1933.
laws for the
eoM'o sU-; to.: enact providing manner and 4, 1789.
Orleans j
Phillis Carbonell, escaped New tic coast Boston. Mass, 29.74 :I
One Weekly Month .l0 method by which the affairs of the State's with minor injuries when the car New York ._ 20 we: 30 j I inches baa caused snow during I!I I

RATE3: business shall be transacted and declaringwho they were in collided with another Pensaeot& __ 28 58 I i the. last 24 hours throughout most I'I 180*-William N. Pendleton, BENJAMIN LOPEZ

2tads<< known: AOTEKTUIXO on appli*UonSPECIAL shall represent the State in such trans- driven by a colored man John Pittsburgh -C 20 I' of the Lake region. Ohio Valley! i'I West Point grad, Episcopal clergyI .]1 I FUNERAL HOME
Williams. In none of the accidentswere St.. Louis ._..- .2 10 I I' and Tennesse the north and I I I man. Confederate artillery geni -: Servtag Key. West
KOTICB actions. Neither the Governor nor the serious injuries sustained. Salt,Lake City 18 44.. middle Atlantic States 'i oral, Lexington, Va, rector, borni
and western .
of ; Half Ce
All adlne notteea, cards of tt ales.:: resolutions i i tary
respect obituary notices, e.., will a charged: for at Supreme Court has any power to provide San Francisco 48 S8 i i Virginia, the amounts being''i, in Lexington.. Died Jan. 16,< 24 Hoar Ambmlaace ServiceLicess.d
.4i.-raN of 11 cent line. Seattle 48 50 1883.1819Emma
,Nofeoe for entertainment* br churches &on.hJch for the operation of our State Govern- The engine shed of the F. E. C. ..-_._ 42 62 i: moderately -heavy in portions of j Embalmer
a rtno U to be derived S ct a line. -" R. R. was destroyed by fire about Tampa the lower Lake region and Ohio I : Phone. 13S Night ,, -\\
Th Citizen Is an open rum: and invites dlcusrtoa 4 o'clock Washington .. 4 32 I VatIeLight to moderate rains D. E. N. South-:'
.this the
ment.The morning. Only
of pwblie lasae and -.bJeeU of local or confer
18 --4 I t
interest bat it will not puullah ancnjnnou communication .- judiciary, with the Supreme Courtis shed was burned as the engineswere Williston -,- ..: 1 have occurred on the north 'Pacific -- -
!. its final voice, has the responsible dutyof removed by employes. The I' coast and heavy rain? in the
loss is estimated at approximately Temperature lower Rio Grande Valley. A strong

interpreting and applying the legislation $2,000. The origin of the fire is Highest __+._._..._..,.._..70 high pressure area, crested this
: IMPROVEMENTS enacted. It declares the rights of our attributed to sparks from a loco Lowest .--. -62 morning over the northern Plains

ADVOCA7ZD BY ::HE CITIZEN citizens; and protects them in the exercise motive being fired up to go out Mean .. --*.-.:: -66 : States. Huron S.'D., 30.74 inches,

independent on the run.Preparations. Normal Mean .........._. ...._._.....70 I j i extends southeastward over the
I Jiereof. It is as as any unit Gulf and South Atlantic States

: I. Water and:=.... in our government, in order that it may be are now .being feslerday'i Precipitation Rainfall ..0 In!.I I causing ,decidedly colder weather'''

_- 2. Bridges to complete Roi.. to Main- free and fearless in discharging its obliga- made and final plans arranged for Normal. Precipitation .._ .04 Ins.): throughout most of this territory,
.. .... .. except in the Florida Peninsula!
Hotel La Concha e1.51 --r. :1-1- 'Ties
tion. Neither the Legislature the Gov- Monday; ...e-rere.. ..... I ICE
land. nor : Rooms are being cleaned and! ..Itoc' M A .k isle M C. j with temperatures 6 to 18 degree USE
... ernor has the duty of interpreting our laws I furnished, furniture and 1 Tomorrow Almanac below zero in- the Dakotasand 1
1. t're .'o2t Sun risea _.-._...._ 7:10 a. m.J I Minnesota and below freezing ,
and deciding controversies.The having been received this week.1By
t:;: 4. Hotels and Apanm_+So i Mbnday the lobby and parlor Sun sets _- 5:46.p. DLI| extreme northwestern Florida. ]I rrs PURER!
J. Governor is the chief executiveof Moon rises 8:44a. and| '
::1 5. Bathing Pan on.4 the state but not the only executive I will the be furnished, W. P. Chase Moon sets 7:58'po taleTomorrow' Officer in Charge.Today's 1 ) Stk LASTS LONGER!
manager said. All of the help,I Tide .. ) f
j!t a. Airporta-Land and ";ea. agent, and without power to control the including the chef and assistants, A.1!. ..s..e..e..e..a LL] 1 I ICE REFRIGERATORS
; 7. Consolidation 'f Co.1nt'and City have arrived but due to delay
I acts of other executive agencies, except as inn High __.-1132 "P.lf'l t
GOTernmenu. arrival of equipment the dining! LoW __.__ 5:00 P.. i ( Horoscope
:, provided for by statue. The people them- w Made of all metal-equipped
room will not be opened until Barometer 8 a. m. today : ........................ L' ,
selves elect other officers who with WATER COOLERSThey're 1
may or may January 10. Sea level, 30.13."a concentricLion 1 I 1 yo ,
Here find much
-- this not be subject to the gubernatorial control. we
What country needs really is bet.ter The Torpedo and .bombing. WEATHZH: FORECAST I of purpose which wile prob- Economical
drivers, not better roads. Neither the Legislature nor the Supreme squadron formerly scheduled .. ably be well applied for the indication -

Court can perform the function of executive be based at this port and tOI (Till 8 p. m., Fridays' are toward the things 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
changed to Guantanamo will I that are elevated and there is as- I Satisfaction ,
officers of the Commonwealth.The Key West and Vicinity CPaltly; 1 k
Many who have the itch to write fail in It
piration a superior degree.
rive hen January 17 en route to
and colder
cloudy O glti 1.111.
;to do enough ":rat hing after they have division of power and authorityhas Cuba. There are 12 planes in the){ ; is a pity it all this is not applied Priced at

written. been demonstrated to be a safeguardfor squadron, with 150 men and 20. .. dt"l to; the native's.material welfare.FLY .
the liberties and rights of citizens. If--I officers. J I i $20.00 UPI

one man had supreme and sole authority in -- I
The U. S. S. Bayspring left t I
ex-perts Florida he would be able to disregard any morning for Batabano Bay Cuba,' I with the-- } I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
rights and liberties of any person, but in towing a gasoline tug to be used: i PAN AMERICAN PLANENo I FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S

bologna.: this case we would be living under a tyranny in connection with survey work Change In Rates Jf ,4PJt i k
ICE ..CO.i
now being carried on by the U. s.! :Make Reservations by Phon -
and not.a representative, democratic S. HannibaL Seaplanes which arrived -+, I Itlr Telephone 620 I INC.---
There is little of the 11111 1
hope decreasing government. In such a case there wouldbe several days ago are also I Regular Planes, Miami-Key 11
-divorce rate until married people learn to no elections because the "king" would leaving to assist the Hannibal in Cloud' ,._ West Airways Inc. Phone No. 8
lie more con ncingly. survey 'work !> T" Daily!' Except FridayRATE
.-a& have and exercise all power. mostly'cloudy and continued:"cold; ONE WAY, $7.50
:3 When the Government of Florida was Scout Captain George F. Archer moderate to fresh northerly .Leave Key West 4 p. m, Ar- jj

Correct this sentence: "Lady I lost ain formulated the people of the State were has planned an auto ride for the winds. rive Miami 5:20 p, m. t: $Ut1T I. 1 r.t
Eagle scouts who to arrive Fast Comfortable Safe
are -
'o1P1e! the stock market crash and free, liberty-loving and democratic. They -----:
here Monday morning from Tam- mortal) church in his study;;' The: :
>wonder if'you will give me a steak?" had no desire to have a royal ruler, or, as pa. Anyone willing to use of their couple was attended.by Mr. and' -- -- _... -.---. l

the modern term is, a dictator, to rule them. pa. Anyone willing to allow use Mrs. Bertram Jtfilord and a vecep-]I
;: of their: ears for the proposed rideis tion was held at their home on K.I'II.I.lIII.I'I.I'.I'.I.1I.1 ""'III ,,
The boy and' girl who see things exactly We do not believe the citizens of Florida requested to .communicate with Petronia street following the!

= alike, and want to be together all the today are any more in favor of one-man Captain Archer. ceremony. -

3ime, will probably be married by June. rule than their ancestors were who fought I wsisiiirsssI
Editorial comment: Being told "Jaete..rnif>a -LeaaiaHe1.r*
kings and acquired liberty that they might s'oooirsi
should have THE
women equal SEMINOLECltAS.
s The business man who tries some- live as free men and not slaves. : privileges with men, some of the "'" "J/T. : : !

thing and fails and then gets busy for It is important for the welfare of the latter are thinking the" women f I _

;another trial will. some day make his mark. people of Florida that this division of fun- supporting should! have the husbands.The the privileges. of) J .. q

damental authority be maintained. The '

S Key West should enter 1936 hopefully General Assembly should not usurp the many friends of Mr. and aF 4 ,

:! with the prospect of accomplishing powers delegated to the Governor' or the regret Mrs. Anselmo of the Bees illness will learn of their with 4 II I Large Doll I

:great gains along distinctly local lines of Supreme Court. The Supreme Court should daughter at the home on Simonton I

mprovem.ent not try to exercise authority not granted it street. EaJaeke.artne. ,

Constitution. The fundamental
by the same .. Fsiea
Paul Williams Vecker son of .
5 One may say flippant'' that he be- principle applies to any executive; he Mr. and Mrs. $. Paul Yecker of A human. D.horo-ltk GIUXER. Messier Instltntloa I

d jieves in short engagements and long mar. should not by force, subterfuge or other- Panama, was a happy boy Thurs: where__fen torn..-will. r.nod trtalai peas*at|.*a|.W In...'.I,.

jiages, but short engagements generally wise, seek to exercise the functions of gov- day afternoon when his grand. tr,of,great fmp raaea.A ; .
mother Mrs. Nellie' Williams ---4 >
Jesuit in short marriages. ernment allotted to the General Assembly' .t*.l.nrpre.t- 4sii.l.g P--"t. Nested" : .. ...q f,; Sop" ..
vited a number of his friends .}o : ;
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1i ______ beart n. dtF ... .
or to the judiciary. share with hin1'a beautiful '1-.o.-- .
41 A Paris court has! ruled that a wiia Christmas tree. Alice! in Wonderland and Every,ah.w.r Reels BatV with'h olnptnatloe Ra41o; ,Eleejrie Tub : ':
.was no more'--surprised thjin Coning I Fa*,Slat tor tor Summer: Chiad .
leas jio right to open her husband' Jett!rs. DESERVED APPROBATIONS was Paul when he*'aaw' then gor.Seoul YaUlatlonC.mfprtabtf. Bed wit I iJ ,
:: Uaitrea*ew :.I' laser SftrjngCoa; -
American wives
for tome, tree which,%as all his own ins ctlon; 'a. cI.:-4 Ind! idol! Read-' ; ... ;:

-are not within that court' ;urisdiction.M (Miami Friday Night) Lamps. .,: ,t'l,4Tau; *' .>:'. .
the state road department Miss Annie Wilson daughter ,of ,:
I If Chairman Treadway of Mrs. Louisa Wilson, and Harry 78 R*..... 'rlat. Bat '.:..-!= !Ii

During the recent cold fuel! there: was comes out as a candidate for governor Lones were the high contracting 4 M = Mt Private. Batk Bath .7-:....:.. 5.ba LOS .

:l difference of Irf degrees be.ween Miami the people of Florida will have the opportunity to parties in a wedding ceremony S4 R_M. Private Bath __ .2.55
!. S..1e nem.. Private Bath 4.00:
and Key West, 36 vs. 54. At the same tim vote for the best man appointed to public office last evening. The ceremony was SLIGHT 1XCIMCASB FOR DOUBL1eccvrAJ'CT
read by Rev. E. L. Ley, of Me-
:Hhis city was the warMest in the country, I by Governor Dave Sholtz. The labor this man has t d

though this is rot news as that is generally::, I given to the state and the government is astound- C".II.1I.lTII.lI".I".I. :

the case. confirmation observe the ing. Without regard to hours, payor to con- I Toys Gifts i I

Ihermom.eter daily. ditions, he has steadfastly been a servant of the
5 5S :
people, forgetting politics, and striving to secure For the NEW YEAR '

In the vernacular, "ot So Hot" ex- dollar for dollar value for the people in the build !!

:3 pre ses imperfection anti not a. meteool'ogical ing of roads and I highways. He took'over' the job GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ,

: condition. A Key \V ester returningfrom of ad inisterinz' the FERAL problems, and he j r '< '. .

a northern visit described the prevailing wouldn't accept!*'cent*of pay. He resigned from Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings I .

: cold weather up north! as "not.so, that position because of the many duties he had to fe Account. Start one with us for him today for as !! : : i .

"4iot" meaning, of it was not to his perform in the state toad department.
course little as one dollar. From time to time add to ;4t: j:
Aiking. Slang depends a great 'jleaA'on ."4 p*nrwit) a record a brilliant succession ofachievement :
metaphor for effect and cetera in1reverse S 'in Behalf of the people.A I When graduation and)College come Along lie will tf i> South Florida Csttractig & Engineering Co.

is in this case. man for whatever office he chooses to run. be prepared for thenvf He will soon learn the lesson k i j

And such men are scarce in these parts. that it is not what you earn but what you save ?.\: Phone 598 White tat lza Streets S
f hZ
Z During a single, year more than 4,300 that makes wealth. ]. ,
'Your home is worthy of the best".I.1.1.1".I'
Jnen who entered the CCC camps illiterate Compliment a man enough and you s

slave been taught to read end write. Thus have a warm friend for life, or until the
the emergency conservat..n work is teach- compliment runs out. S Be First Natiod Bank of Key West! (I

Ji. "larnin" to a lot of who
& youths dodgedthe -
k Member of be Federal Resrre jjltt : .
truant officers whTi they were rounding Not every beggar deserves assistance; 1111111'- I

up youngsters who should have: beer H make it a rule not to give indiscriminately, I Member of the Federal t Deposit Insurance (z I .- 'A!'" >
-" -----
-School. By the first of January 428,000enrolled hut don't use this rule as an excuse not to W Corporation'I J| < : .,

men, will be.in the CCC camps. J. give at all. I I""I" ,, 1' "'," " ,," );

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Heur, Day or Week. Repair
all makes and paint them with]

i' "Ka-EnameL We carry a fail

: ; ": Reified and Dayton Bicycles.

'.: ; !: And cell them M low M $Ieo

--: I''b' David: .' GarthTtrrv OVER AUtII BY I HEALTH PLAYERSTuesday GAMEThe down and $1.00 per week.

Pheae 276. Jr R. Stowers Co

TECHNICAL K. 0. dec18tfFOR

] afternoon at Baynew football game at the Navy
I Park the Administration ten ,defeated Field yesterday afternoon was

: EACH AND EVERY BOUT AF the Sanitary Department woq, by the High School eleven. 'LOWER FURNISHED .APARTMENT

1YYOPalat WiDrtt it nt From time to time he blinked away I, 8TNOPSIS f't1fT7 WOtttt dtfermfcutt whether Rostra B la the tame of .e FORDED FANS WITH MUCH1EXCITEMENT :, outfit by a 12 to 5 score. The Carbonell Stars were 'unable -2 bed rooms 519 ,Elizabeth onven-

.... ........ 10 .. trt tkt ......., his kct M* .fepvwiU ./ Spanish dancer era tDgb aL" I Leading hitters were Joe Russell to put over one point and lost the Maces, porches.
the sweat that 1 -
stung eyes
eyes .
tbould taO
.,equipment which tht motive government I quifwttnt for (* -PI L1CATA WAS Street. TJ,3
hat been Maying for that In the handsome bearded face I river coMtntctiom canty sew ixtnfA He paused S moment F. Tynes, J. Garcia and M. contest 19 to 0.
totttt at goat aboard tht t '. .I4 in ckcefc only <* enterlVUlet who- U1know.
9.t. auspiciously. glaring l and I :. .: "Fox Is the only person FURNISHED APARTMENTM -
But AUtirt Weet, t hom fret were revolver pone la tk. REFEREEIn Lopez. Outstanding player was Wick.
baa met at tht Embattf baa..MT bloodshot He seemed to be listen- I rfocfc mud caught: Bade, aka loading In the'meantime dont worry d rn conveniences, 628
.,. bat,tubltituting drwey taxes ers, who scored three touchdownsand
fielders J.
take him and together they < about* thing Tm covering; Outstanding were
Un..e. vha may be* danger*** Ing, waiting while be watched the for hit own. AllcU,. West hat followed White street, or call at Gatti'sBarber
ei aloa. fiat Attain kit him mart km that, ski He was covering! She looked .at I Roberts, Reeds and Wickers for each! on a 60-yard or more
+ Tarry last rays of the sun stab a tropicalakywitb Kit the main event of the boxing Shop nev2
-automatic; ht tell t.. bott Hit- saves ha by ihoottoo Hilda him Iheu. the clear strong line ot !
Mat, to pfd aka freight aboard tatttntly slashes of scarlet: and gold, I before alUet could drain Mow card staged last night at the the winners, and J. Garcia, O. ,

Terry-.murt AIl4.r.,..it.1"r.cll"delighted /wits
vicious beat of an Interminable day. I /. tftroum from tht dork and American Legion post and the Health outfit. with garage. Apply 827
; knotcixg there will bt dipiomatiocomplication was still the brass baD4. 1hlll j point. I
-- Slanting rays tell across a dredging -! : for hit friend Geary rangy, anhurn.Dalredyoung man Recreation Department WPA, I Score by innings: R. H. E. Score by quarters: Total Duval street. dec9
Chapter Nina machine that extended from a I Fom., at tht tmbatty, to ttratgktenout. who moved so sniely and calmly In Young Fernandez won a technical/I Administration .

HOT SPOTONCRlongago.1lnair' reinforced bank out Into the river j world of flares and battle. knockout decision over Bobby 1 1! 090 020 100-12 14 2 High School ._ 670 6-19; FOR SALE ,

i .had known on pontoons. It looked like-a forlorn Chapter 10"SELFDEFENSE" Tm a coward: she said quite sim Waugh. Sanitary Department- Carbonell Stars- '
the greatest"Number and deserted Idea that had perished ply. "I'm afraid. Of'lots of things. The unlucky fighter received ::1bad ( 000 100 0225 16 6 00 0 0-0' OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

: Twos" In the polo world. after Its conception while the muddy l And yet," she smiled wanly, "when gash on his lip and the fight! Batteries: F. Stickney and Referee, Duane (Navy) ; umpire bundles for fie. 'The Ctttaen Of.

whose father's factories mad*- mlKlions > water mocked Its futility. And the 1 TEADY.- Terry said to llalr.. yon say' Tm covering I "don't' -feel was called :.t the end of the fifth I I Rueda; A. Castro and Gabriel 0.I Yates (Monroe High); head tics. etl6
tall afraid. t don't know .,.
man surveyed, smiling wryly "
while he mad goals at Raae'lagh I m following 10U.- round, after acme furious and exciting Caraballo. '
'Hurlingaam. Meadowbrook'' fJSunset" and evening star/" he 1 'He waited only king enough to To Willett she was only strange boxing. 1 I. linesman' J. Carbonell (Florida) ; TYPEWRITING PAPER BOO

&nJe.. murmured. 'Terry.5' snatch] up her bag retreating warilyto and lovely girl who'd amazingly shot Each and every bout on" the These two teams;; will play this]i linesman B. Roberts; timekeeper; sheets, 75e. The Artisan Press
f' from the hip to cover hi* horrible I
the warehouse alley with the aug7
She was supposed to be engaged his and I card 'was sensational and very afternoon and tomorrow begin M. Lopez (II. H.).
carelessness ia turning back I
I Neither sunset nor evening star, weapon on that Irresolute group ontJI. I the fans. I
much enjoyed by 30 o'clock I
to She ning at 4 at Bayview
aim-or was she remeEel.4eJ17inc ,now slightly Incoherent ,from
he was
') dock. Once In the alley
: but In the lights of burning flares The bout of the eve printed
something: or other- Terence Willett leaned grabbed her arm and ran for the car.. the stock ot goosmoke and a swaying i -opening Park. I I These two elevens will play the cards $1.25. The ArtmaaPress.
against a Walker
ether.f i She didn't know how to use an thing back on Roslna B.He felt ning was between Jasper ,. I I last game of the schedule on New
packing case on a tensely waiting I J. A;well at 118 pounds. The .c'l
f Fox. the attache and automatic from a shovel! No, and it it was onl,_naturaL and ; BASKETBALL TILTS Year's Day at Bayviwe Park be-
dock and felt his impatience beginning fight called draw by the, 1
I was
shakingband. | would be a long time before Hildez ginning at 3 P. II. .
to snap into fury. II she would have referee but the writer gave Walker -
.with LaMarr right before Ida | ran Coffee Company shipments BUT George
wife's eyes.Other Hildez was quite comfortable. lie again; if everAmazing somebody entirely differ* three rounds and Atwell the TOMORROWMCIII\ DIAMOND IN CHICKEN PALACEBob

faces Jammed through her hadn't failed to notice how Ineffectually | girl-she'd learned fast ent from the girl of quicksilver last one. It pleased the crowd, Steele in

mind and were gone Is the shadows the American had dropped his I Willett spoke only once) before. tastes and strange, moody desires however, and the boys did their LOS "GELES.-Jrs. G. .If. ALIAS JOHN LAW
hand from the inside of his coat. He they reached the Balnearlo Drir y that led to explosions'and headlinesin best
of leaping flares, the 4ark..kiJuledtacea I Walley of this found lost]
stuck a cigaret between his lips and svearing under his breath as a carriage a world of town hones,sport motors The next bout was between Eddie The regular Friday night doubleheader city a Rex and Rinty and Comedy
of men who spoke In queerly held It In the very middle of his 1 lolled along ia the middle cf and blue ribbon hunters. Nelson, 135 pounds and Joe of basketball will be held I diamond ring inside a chicken she. "Matinee. 5-lOc Nifkti 104Sc

soft tones, and looked at her while month. He looked like a fat Buddha 1 the read ahead of him. She was the girl who at flashing So'dano.' 135 pounds. Nelson won at the High School Gym tomor-I was preparing to cook.

den they blind worked swing-an she a part had taken of the from sod with a loUypop stick. j I The girl was very Quiet. She sat so Intervals tried desperately, to reach by a large marginIt was a good row night by teams of the Island I -- .- --- --

a gleaming road. "So. Se.orrhe breathed. i fight and the boys' efforts were City Winter Basketball League.In ''t.ee..e.ee..e..e.e..e.a eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePROOF ;.
"What" Inquired Allaire, "goes / il: rewarded by a big hand from the the opener the WPA five,
They were bringing out the National forward Or am I too young to hear ;t i sr rowd. I will tackle the High School out-

Coffee Company freight now. disgraceful language?" I : :The third fight was the best fit and in, the nightcap the Busy\ : READING CONTEST .i.iI.
There It Terry WUlett,1,!
was -
She calm the Park Ti-
was quite and uncon I I a : an I the card. Jockey PiJuan Bee Bakers will play

The tall young. man surveyed It cerned. WUlett looked at her briefly.! ; ought[ Mario Garcia each weighing gers. This: game will decide the I. .. ...

thoughtfully.Terhaps "The minute things start popping! I t 112 pounds. It was a thriller occupant of the top position as Name __......._._ .
," came Hades' faintly he said in a low tone."run, kid and I From start to finish and at the both teams are tied for first ..
ironic tones, "you would prefer to -don't forget your handbag. 1 -r place.
round Garcia '
live the order yourself for their lift 1 end of the sixth Address ; ".__... :
was declared the winner.!'. He eas- e e
ing. Seftor TT was only then that she remembered outpointed PiJuan. This gins Stand ng of the league: .
ily .
Terry released her arm then to the flat deadly weapon she ZaI each fighter a decision over the Club- W. L. Pct. The Error 18J. _--:::'_ --. .._ :

ran a tentative hand over one of carried. The same queer little chill \ draw. Busy Bee Bakers _... 3 1 ....50 .
other and one .
the large crates. she had received when he'd first Referee of the bouts was Len-"Park Tii;ers _..___._ 3 1 .750 .
"It: may be so, bat I don't trust given It to her swept swiftly over I M l '
2 .500
Licata and M. Plant was the! High School .....;...---.- 2
you any further than I can see you. her now. The qualities of debonair nie timekeeper. ,1 I WPA: ........_.......___. 0 4 .000: .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeFIRMS :
Hfldes.- .
humor and cheerful recklessness In
JU pushed .at the crate, tilted it. a him that had ;attracted her.wore ._-- -.. .---- ..

little. Hildes ..watched him as a''pa falling away before.the same grim

bent husband watches a dlghtywitebuying hardness of the weapon In her In-

a aew hat. aocncns vanity bag.
"Hah,"muttered Wfflett.Ha seized
} WUlett never tried to reason out
an (Iron pick from a.afleaUy
Impas- the Fates. In crisis he acted in
sire stevedore and pried up a board. I *
the same way he lived-blinding
"One moment." Elides grabbing
speed backed by whipcord muscles
Us arm the noise of the crane sad- and a semaphoric brain. He didn't i v"I

dealy ceasing"you have already delayed wait for Hlldea-he reached out and
too Sefior. i
me lone grabbed him by the lapeL

"Get freight away.and Terry I've waited told him.so long"'It'smy "Listen, you lousy Splghe said Who Rush To Give You Service-Patouize Them

grimly, 'you can run guns into Pro-
for It I could damn near swallow It. '
pionoire harbor till kingdom come I
I'm taking a look- for all I care but you're not knifing

The other stepped back, smiling my Job any more. shot! him. She spoke queenly' .

Terry didn't care. This stuff was too "I'm leading\ here now and coming I . \ -.;.. 0 Star American Coffee
He close to aim be coma reel the into ner ancestry for qualities that R'OSES
til-Important.board yanked up another back tomorrow. If my freight Isaboard I warmth of her bare arm and the her parents dlal'elar4ed-coura& JOHN C. PARK TIFT'S
with a rasping screech and NOW OFFERED IN
hide's safe If It isn'tI'll
examined your ; whole pliant yield of her body perhaps; sincerity assu.-edly. And
the contents while the
that this Ie Interned THREE GRADES
light, from a nearby flare swept see ship Too bad for her it wasn t the George Fox would\ hate marveled. FLORAL PIECES A SASH GROCERY
his face. plenty fast. Now have you got that Cataclan they were leaving aid the Willett drove her to her hotel, the. 328 SIMONTON ST
across you tenth ton of a bald-headed pole- sprawling balk of Luis fIIlciuwouldn't regal Alvio Palaclo. house Of gleaming STAB, Ib., 25c SPECIALTY .
,&, great many crumpled newspapers cat?" shirt fronts and polo players.He 1101 Division Street
rise to his fast asS wait LARGO Ib.. 1&
a few carelessly wrapped HUdez face was purple. The I for the next customer seeking staged snapped off the engine and '
Iron bars bell of a lot like shining cigaret hung from his lower lip and excitement for fifty <<:eutaYOLI turned in his seat P L U M BIN G v. & s., 1b, 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
steel dredging blades, wasn't it? HO- "
"Get hold jrourself.! he urged.
the pouch under his chin shook like
des was too affable and the box too I, Then as they swept into the
"Fox and I will take care of thlars.tsow ROASTED IN
queerly light. Jelly. I beautiful bread drive she uttered a Staple .and FaDq'DURO
Hildes out !-all set?
spat a gasping curse low sigh
His eyes waterfront dives the
/other freight on the dock. HetgrSblled "I think rm going to be so awfully He reelected briefly on that. "Tes.
dark places of alley cats and slat i iI
hold of a huge cumbersomecrate kk: -" : STAR COFFEE MILL
that 'threat then, would l : have I terns hurled with all the venom of i' But she wasn't,She exerted herself -- You saved my !if..ji Jtnow.w: he '. CdatplEt.1 Llo. Freda lI'HONE -

shad' trouble lifting and felt It swing ftrhieh a rudely shaken waterfront I immediately and.fought'off' the said woaderingly. '"For;:the Lord'ssake .. w 1512 Greene Street .FnUb aria Velretnbles

,nder'' his heave. Light:!-all*this dignitary.And'then was capable. I nauseating attack She was; fanda- .I'd forgotten that-'* : 348 phone 256 HONE>> 597 .

'.'stuff:was so-damned; strangely:light get"socked"-a the moat girl l saw terrific somebody mentally strong, this slim girl with.. 'She nearly,.regained# :f ije"lt1: .9t A .1-

,DuAnay freight! Operations had piston- the honey-colored: hair1. laughter l ? He seemed aa.4nkre&a1ous

ceased all O\1nd' him.. Dummy like drive from a' man with deadly Wrilett who recognized'strength ..... 4f somebody had fold him'but FOOD -mr.n.ATUai.nz> ; ;

freight l to ntrthe bills of fading for hands and suddenly merciless abruptly' found himself looking he didnt,believe ft Evimtly hl41l,. Cf.EA '

government- .authorities at; fropionoljre. mouth.ened her The knees sharp fleshy and! crack: weak. upon death with a different. viewpoint ws someihiag.to' to %:Ju l a';.around. J _.. Us TOURISTS! INS U R AD CE
brought the
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sound of distant drums Steak 2 tbs. sSe
to her ears Yellowtail '-
A long: moment ot silence, and was DothlbgnrJ auf tritlag. : DON'T MiSS TE ERRY-
then he nodded casually at the girl WUlett looked down at the pole- I \EATII he had seen in many ,"l sty.does] it.- he jcpttnteleft anxIcrusly.Yon Yellowtail oa Dens. 2 1ba.Ie: Office a 319 DuTaI Street /

"Ever 'seen 'em getting a ship axed Olden without a trace of emotion *-* forms, extending from a mine I re Just coma hack:from cr..r, 2 n... 25c Stop Over tSpper

ready to do some gun running be I on his face. The shipping boss explosion in Swaasea to that old tne Legation-" "
,Inqtired. Take a look and Imagine' rose OB> an elbow then to a knee. paymaster of his father's who'd She nodded darkly. 2 1M. _..-. 2Sc BIG PIN INN TELEPHONE NO.1 .

George Fox's embarrassment" His hand went slowly back: to his falW off his horse en a six-foot "Watch me, buddy. This her &I.u.. Fish.. Z u. ZSc BiG PINE KEY

"1 think Hildes said with head as If to clear his brow. grade in the Barisan foothills. stained woman once walked a chalk

smile, "you shosld not-have a sleepy said "Say that again" Terry invited, lIe-had become hardened to it as I line ill a Connecticut police station. FRESH SHRIMP poly I ails, from No Name -mE-- Try Y... IIeaSa At

that-Seflor and 111 break your neck. Ton're something that fitted ia naturally i He saw her walk steadily through Large Select 07lwra Key Ferry
And suddenly he knew heshouldn't not talking! to one of your thickheaded with the twisting pattern of this the great doors of the Alvio Palado. Fresh Crab Meat Sa I' eaaa 65'' c DCIAzon co Rutm af

stevedores. I thing called ExUteoee. But watching nodding calmly to the doorman;_saw DELIVERY REASONABLE RATES PORTER-ALLEN
have Not for himself so REf:; PROMPT ....---. aan, .Ie
much as for a girl whom he had He turned quickly to the girl and this girl draw a long: quivering her long graceful Seas fade into

adopted Into the whole scheme of! found her staring past him with I breath In her struggle for control the Alvio's late cocktail crowd and LOWE FISH COMPANY American ad European Play COMPI A 11V 51. .c..n. Disbars. -

things. slowly widening eyes. Her evening I he remembered how terribly weak disappear." 1Il11 --- So 7&c. aM 5$.
Nene.Willett muttered and 1S1 PL- Riac-w.1r Distance
aDd helpless he'd felt year age.He'dI PHONE
bag tell opened at her feet and
lie scratched his armpit, and then
I flirted a farewell hand.
been very young a kid-he'd cried-
something suddenly rand fmea
as If to get at It more effectively.
The lights and music of the Legs.tion
her hand detonation that rang "Take It easy." he advised gently.
slid nls hand under his coat. Then, dub still twinkled serenely
out the flare-lit of Ito "Yon shot in self-defense" on. AARON McCONNELL EXTRA LAJtCE SELECT
and only then did he remember he over quiet I The world dies and the world PRITCHARD
her slna B. -I shot him. She spoke queerly. "Best for Pets-s
had given the thing that made dance*- 136 Flawing Street eo CHESAPEAKE BAY
all men equal on the docks at Rosins He jerked around. ,vHUdez like somebody trying to feel out a "-if Hilda is dead hell la going ,d @t Cab"
eefemeUical theorem. found Dogs or HOME
B.'T'HE. waa aWl on AM*ny e, Ifct i I jest te pop. Terry. Allaire's traveling *. FUlNERAL
he was a"lJ14&-bac tad-torUL s > t UtJnB7" hand-and it was Jut a diplomatic passport and things BOG D wn.oa A 'c." OYSTERS

smell of the swamp was hot though he were rocking a child to I there. are ticklish right now. Be an awful 71te after tw. 7 .1
1 and permeating-like a reptile, sleep. Then he roUed over like a i She laughed shortly."How ridicuI mess.' fit! Watch IaLoralory.cia, Dig.Ui.d SyapatbeUeO.eler

baked In the sun with the mud and slow-motion picture of a harpooned I ions. 1 sound like a baby faced wife Heloohed very strained. Ceo,.. 4 ttustf.-J t.. prodtsc.d far c.-tNT Served AftT Style and De-
lime of the liter bottom eacmstinc whale and something that gleamed telling the Jury how she made her. Fox of Harvard and the America the aai.a ktsgdo. livered. Cooked or Paw, to &D7

Its scales a dun ever-present scent metallically fen out of his right self a widow Foreign Service. He lit a cigaret. a JoaJaa-a tat!-. part ef dtJ'
sleeve. I "You only winged the buzzard. Hie hand was shaking slightly. LICENSED >CYBALY=lt
that stayed with the senses as a WATCHMAKER, JEWELER Dee HOT SOUSE EVERY
shocking scene stars with the mind.A "Cod!" Willett mattered. "Close." Shucks, these South Americans SslfdKentehe: began. Inspected and passed lay

tall man stood la the doorway The girl made no effort to move; I scream over a stomach-ache. nf&,* said Terry"bat hides is AND ENGRAVER pariaeat .t Agrlcaltar. .1 .... .Ioa_ s-wc- SATURDAY
of a makeshift little hot his throat the breath that ought IB her throat She shook her head slowly. 1 in the doubtful column Just tie See Him For Your Nest Wa lt l1aited Stat_ .s fit far.Le-_ Sties Jsey( Steaks

'open to the Median caresses of the was fatally audible WlUett took the "He didn't scream. He didal saya sane. Get her oat ot the country ALL PRICES REDUCED feeL

spot.his lips cracked and dry.There weapon from her limp hand and con I word.What shall I do*Give myselfop George as soon as yon can. They I .Isis far .d dn.e.d-, LADY AT1'EJID.Ulr WELLS' ITNCH ROOM

-was a heavy revolver hanging on hie fronted the paralyeed loading ganga to the police?" hate Americans down here, you Hanes: 9 t. 12-1 t. S IDEAL DOC FOOD -
"?CO!" His voice crackled<< with know that" p 21..W .00 s.&J.a 3t.a. .
moment.IC.pri..t.. em- I .AI .us ltn.r Sl.sp.
.belt and one hand rested on Its butt Ppe. Sat rdey N1igkt. Any Crary
phasis. "Ton were at the Legation JCepyrlpA.1Nr, by Dtvid Qtrthf
as with the ether he slowly mechanically ."'. .y David CartS ,
Club all night understand? Fox will .
rubbed the throbbingprow George Fes hears frets hie ..-
Ox that end of ItYou don't know
peneetb his helmet. eerier, tamorrew.' I


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MENTIONaaaaaaa.aaaaaass..sas..Sasas.aa.aa.aaa..a. and will spend Christmas holidays Porter. -
Junior I I with the family., returning Thursday -
SOCIETY : : Club Big SuccessThe ....... morning. ),fi's. Kathleen Knowfe arrived
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yesterday morning from Miami to.
Joe Ramirez arrived en the 'Attorney Raymond Lord who
Christmas Tree party as self was also civen to the colored plane yesterday morning for a was in Miami for a few days on Dr. and Mrs. Julio DePoo were spend the day and enjoy Christmas

Nina deLisa Leslie Editress held by the Key West Junior children. visit with relatives and friends. business, returned over the high- passengers/ on the Cuba Monday dinner with her sea Michael
Woman's Club on Monday after- Much credit and thanks are way Sunday afternoon. morning, for Havana to spend and her mother, Mrs. Lola Ma-
TELEPHONE noon at the Coral Isle Casino was due the Junior Woman's Club for Raymond Einhon, student at about 10 days with relatives and loney, and left for Miami on the

................................................. eminently successful and provided having furnished this Christmas 'Florida University, arrived by Sheriff K. O. Thompson returned friends. afternoon plane.

untold joy for a large numberof Tree Party and each individual of plane yesterday morning: from by plane Monday morning

Junior Woman's Club Has children. the following inturn extends their Miami and will be at home during from Miami and points on the Wm. J. Schoneck, assistant Roy Voght left by plane yesterday ; -

'Four hundred and ninetyfourbags thanks to all those who made such the holidays. Keys where he had been spending lighthouse engineer, who was on afternoon for Miami and from

of fruit were distributed, generous donations and thereby' I several days on business ,an... inspection ,trip 1.0'. the west there proceed to Jacksonv.Ilc\
Tea Dance Last EveningThe and.each child present was givena contributed to the success of the Joe Mondul left on the plane 1.& I J; coast_ returned .bv ,lane; .Sunday; where he was called because of

toy fruit and candy. At 8 occasion: ,Tuesday afternoon for a brief Gerald Watkins, employed i%: morning.ymorid. .. the serious illness of his mother)
o'clock Monday morning the Besides Mrs. William H. Arnold visit with his parents in Miami. the mechanical department of the Mrs. Fernando Voght.
Junior Woman's Club of,Johnson, Yolanda Mendoza Leon- young womenwho had volunteered president of the Junior Wom I Florida East Coast Railway at Mij .a Bethel employed in
Key West last evening held their ella Lester, Ophelia Lectern' Ida to make all final preparations an's Club, the following membersof Captain G. A. Cobb who was in anti* arrived by plane Monday theU._ S. engineers office at Jack- Mrs. Virginia McDermott who
fourth annual tea dance at the Kerr Martha Carbonell, Ada were at the Casino working thd organization assisted at the ,' Key West awaiting word of completion morning! for the holidays ittMT hit to ville, arrived Sunday to spend left by plane Tuesday afternoonfor
Colonial Hotel honoring college Rodriguez, Margaret Dion, Anna busily trimming the tree and I i affair: Mrs. O. S. Long, Mrs. I'I of negotiations for the family. OC* r t tIlholidays with his family. Miami to spend Christmas

students home for the holidays. Soriano, Carol Curtis, Louise' De- bagging and assorting the toys j 11 Charles Elwood, Mrs. Mary Milj purchase of the Steamship Governor r. with Mr. McDermott and other

The affair was largely atended laney, Nellie Louise Russell, Susan and food. j ner, Mrs. Millard Johnson Mrs. Cobb left Tuesday for Tampa Gonzalo Bezanilla, manager of *>Iiss:Dorothy Thurman and'sist. members of the family, returned

and the occasion a happy and en- LaKin, Barbara Carey, Zenia Two doll cribs were donated by Fred Ford. (Mrs. L B. Phillips, i accompanied by Mrs 'Cobb. the Palace Theater. returned Mon .r> Miss Anna Thurman of Atlanta on the morning plane today.
joyable one. 1 Hoff, Kathleen Hughes, Rita Pin. Mrs. :Milner an:.l! were given to t j Mrs.\ Ellis England, Mrs. Raymond 'day morning ,by plane from Miami arrived by plane Sunday to
Mrs. William M. Arnold, presi- der, Elizabeth Ayala, Ruth Rose two little girls in the award I, Curry, Mrs. Homer Herrick Mrs.\ I .:Mrs.: Carrie McAdams and i where he had been spending spend the holidays with their Lionel IL disbursement
dent of the Junior Woman's Galey, Goldie Lewinsky, Rose made. Joe Cleare officiated as | George Gomez. Mrs. William De- ,Mrs. Julia Cochran New York !several days on business. brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Plummer
Club acted as hostess and received Appel Sylvia Guito, Alice Jones, Santa Claus to the great delightof I I meritt, Mrs. R. E. McCarthy\ Mrs.\ visitors arrived for a short stay 1;i I' Mrs. W. A. Sanders, at the homeon officer at the local light-

the guests as they arrived. Julia Jones and Clara Yates. the children. Fruit and candy i Plant; Misses\ Susan LaKin, LorI -, this week and were so delightedwith Miss Margaret Barke-White, Caroline street. house headquarters returned by
The ballroom was gay in holiday Darnell Carey Jeff Knight, jr., sufficient for 125 colored chil-I I'I rainQ Brady, Lenore Warren RaeI Key West they have decidedto I assistant editor of Fortune magazine plane this iwftrning from M:ami

decorations, and the large table Jerome Berkowitz Samuel Russell dren were also provided. with I I Russell. Cornelia Rieketts, Nellie remain for a month, or longer. left Saturday afternoon by Armando Perez, who-'wKh his t where he and Mrs. Ptammer went,
whereon the refreshments were Francis Dion Jack Pierce, further supplies of sweetmeats Louise Russell, Alce Curry, Nonie I I plane for Miami after a few days brother-in-law, Pablo Calleja arrived -I over the highway, to spend Christmas
served was colorful with royal Paul Mesa, Walls Zuharst .Paul distributed in the colored school I I Sawyer, Catherine Pougle Ann Miss Catherine Whitman of with friends in Key West. on Tuesday to spend Christmas with their eon and daughtel--
poinsettias and green ferns. Sawyer, Gilmore Park, Jack Key, Tuesday. The Christmas Tree it- Kennedy and Catherine Diaz. Philadelphia arrived ..Monday i with his family left over the in-law, Mr. and Mrs: Joseph Plum-
Al- from and is the i highway this morning for Miami.H. I mer. Mrs. Plummer will return
Punch sandwiches cakes and can- Joe Allen, Herman Holtsberg, ----- morning Tampa
Mr. and .Mrs. Daniel Lewis, Jr., next week with the Joe P'unv'
dies provided. bert G. Roberts Walter Norman, house guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. left
were by plane Saturday
Dance Warrens Have who to
College men are coming
Pritchard's Orchestra furnished jr., Wm. R, Warren, jr.. Jack K. Rieker at the residence -on the spend the Christmas holiday. M Day son of Rer. and,New Year's. spend

a splendid program of dance Hayes, Raymond Canova Sidney On New Year'sA I. Family ReunionMr. County Road. with relatives at points .in the Mrs. James S. Day, senior class

music there were several delightful Aronovitz, Poly Artman, John J. state. student at Stetson University arrived -I Miss Edna Crisp arrived th.s

vocal numbers rendered by Tigert Delio Cruz, Ralph Garcia, College Hop will be given at and Mrs. Leo H. Warren I Delio# Perez left on the Cuba over the highway Mondayto morning from Miami and is the

Miss Harriet Johnson; and little William C. Pierce. Billy Sheppard, the Cuban Club on New Year's':',at their home on Elizabeth street ,Tuesday' afternoon for Tampa Ralph Gunn. WPA landscape spend the Christmas season. house guest of Mr. and Mr<. Ray

Bernadette Wilhelm, who with Bob Saunders, Rex Biaza. W. Day as an informal farewell dance;,|yesterday celebrated with their en- where he will spend the holidays architect with the WPA, left Sat with his parents. Navarro at the bone on Caiohnc

her father and mother, Mr. and Curry Harris, Charles R. Ruter, to college students who are home' tire family who gathered for the 'with relatives. urday for a vacation at his home street.

Mrs. Martin A. Wilhelm has just jr., Curtis Stanton, Francis De- for the holidays. j([holidays and who participated in in Atlanta, Ga. Clarence Carter Nice, directorof

returned: ,from Honolulu, entertained laney, Oliver Armayor Billy Dell Woods' 8-piece orchestra I j[ the gala family Christmas dinner Armando Boza. who was spending : federal music projects, arrived Dr. E. R. Cfaapin U. S. Public

with a hula dance dressed Acherson Charles Wardlow, jr.. will furnish a program of newt I| Members of the family who are a brief time with relatives in I I Miss Ercilia Falcon 'left by by plane Tuesday morning to perfect Health Service, formerly attach

i in an euthentic native costume. Fred Ackerman, Joe Henriquez, Broadway music for the affair I!I home include Mr. and Mi's. Henry Key West, left Tuesday afternoon"*" plane Saturday afternoon for theholidays the organization of a projectin ed to the Marine hospital in Ki>\
The gowns of the youngladies Ignatius Lester, Billy Gibb, W. which, will start at 9:30 p. m. a )' Warren of Boca Roton and their ; for the home in Tampa. with relatives in Miami. Key West, preliminaries for West but now located in Miami

present were colorful and lovely Fripp, Allen E. Curry, J. M.. Johnson last. until 1:30 a. m. dl'I daughter Miss Joyce Elizabeth which were made last week. arrived this morning for a tiir,

ranging from formal velvets, chiffons Marcos Mesa! jr., Roger Alton 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warren, Mr. Miss Dorothy Mayfield Kijowles. Curtis H. Stanton. Jr., student '. business visit and is booked to
and satins to the less formal Robert Curry Allen E.HngftS Von Mletk-Liabas ;I and Mrs. William }[ Arnold and !who is employed with the war st Florida State University, was Antonio Lopez arrived by return this afternoon.

but equally charming tea gowns. Mitchell Saunders, Ed- I Leo B. Warren. 'department at Ocala. arrived yes- an arrival on the Cuba Monday plane Tuesday morning for a short
The young men wore spruce flannels ward P. Bayly, George Allen Arrive Over Highway 1 The latter arrived recently from :terday by plane' to spend Christmas morning from Tampa and will vacation with relatives and

end linens. Warren Steve Boyden D. Herble 1'I New York an4 Eastern resorts, I with her parents. !nend the holidays with the fam- friends.

Ifl i. Arnold, together with her Todd, Jack Thompson, Ramon Commodore von Mietk-Liuba\ ,' and will in several days resume 'ay. ARCHER'SGROCERY
eommitee, are to be congratulatedfor Lazcano, Emory Lowe Pierce, H. D. W., was an arrival over the, the post of social director of the Attorney Harry Luethi, of Mi- Miss Anabella Cochrane of Miami -
the delightfully smooth and Malcolm Pierce Anibal Armayor, highway Christmas Eve accompanied -'r Casa Marina Hotel here for the ami. arrived yesterday by* plane I!|, William Warren.'Jr., and brother was an arrival by plane Tues-
successful affair. This committee -. Delio Cobo Isadore Weintraub, i by his parents Professor winter months.CATHOLICS. for Christmas dinner witl his' George Allen Warren students day,morning horn Miami, was the
was composed of Mrs. L. B., Harry Weintraub Leo Warren, and Mrs.\ Ernst Agathon von parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. A. D. Lue at Florida University, arrived Christmas guest of Mr. and Mrs.\ The Store That Serve

I Phillips, Mrs. Millard Johnson the'' jr, Morton Weissman and Mario MietkLiuba.The ; thi.: at the home on Vonfhisterlstreet. I: from Gainesville over thehigh- Stephen C. Singleton at the home. You Beat"

Misses Florence Sawyer, Susan Calleja.Mr. Commodore's parents will HOLDCHRISTMAS way Saturday evening for the 3)2) Eaton street, and returned

LaKin, Leonor ,Wnrren, Rae Russell 'I' and Mrs. Wm. M. A'rnold, make their home permanently in; : holidays with their parents. yesterday.Mr.: You can get FRUITS, VEGE.
and Alee Curry. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Curry, Mr. Key West. They are at presentthe MASSThe Miss Celia Weintraub, secre- "_ TABLES and GROCERIES:;

Among those atending the tea I'' and Mrs. James K. Brady. Mrs. guests of their son and daughter taiy to Attorney Wm. II. JMalone, I Mrs. Sybil Badia arrived Monday \ and Mrs. Enrique Mayg and anywhere, but are they

dance were: Misses Francezca L I' Frank Dill, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. V. at the Air Station Apartments. left on the Cuba Monday morn- I morning from Tampa to Miss May Toledo, left Monday FRESH
Mrs. Joe ing for a vacation of several daysin I the Christmas holidays with afternoon by' plane for Miami
Jarid, Nina deLisa Leslie Edna i I Albury, Mr. and Lopez, spend Do you get as MUCH for
Mr colored Catholics of Key Havana. i her mother and other members of where they will spend the Christmas -
Thompson, Betty Moreno, Solita i I Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Phillips. Adolph Richards your money?
Cobo, Edith Russell, Carmen Alfonso ..\ and Mrs.\ Howard Wilson Mr. and West celebrated Christmas by a the family. holidays with relatives.L. .
Visited Here midnight High Mass and two oth. We Welcom. Responsible
Rae Russell, Marie Thompson. 'j Mrs. Millard Johnson Mr. and E. H. Gato Jr., and son. Frank
er Masses\ at 8 and 8:30 o'clock Accounts
Anne Duncan, Josephine>, Mrs. Robert Dopp and Mr.\ and with Cato left on the Cuba ,Monday I Miss Doris V. Walsh. librarian C. Schuldt, of the interstate
James, Lenor Warren, Romelda I: Mrs. Martin A. Wilhelm. Adolph Richards, of Washington Benediction in their chapelon morning for the holidays 'in Havana at Key West High School left commerce commission and Mrs. Ail competition met with 1 low
D. c., was an arrival on the Virginia street. with other members of the last week for a vacation' in Miami Schudt: arrived by. plane Tuesday price and. high qaality.

----- -- Cuba this morning from Tampa. ........................ family. ; with her parents. morning to be guests of friends Freak .Upiiiei>t* of FRUITSand
Unit ChristmasTree Immediately upon disembarking I'i for .heir usual winter visit.
I Hospitality Mr. Richards paid a brief visit to; Today In History .Mrs. Hilda Allen and two chil- ,! Mr. and 'Mrs.\ Francsico Menendez TWICE VEGETABLES WEEKLY. received

Event Grand SuccessVisitors several of his Key West friends I ........................ dren sailed on the Cuba Monday who were visiting with Mr.Menendez'a Ralph Lahr. business man of
and then again boarded the Cubato \ morning to spend the holidays! brother-in-law and Lincoln, Nebraska who was in ONE STOP SERVICE
continue on to Havana. I I 1776-Battle of Trenton N. J. with relatives in. Havana {> sister Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Valdes, Key West for about two years a Order all :year Food Need

in Key West, although M*. White, who had arranged the Mr. Richards will be in Key -while 1500 Hessians and a ![.left Monday morning for their captain in the U. N. Navy duringthe Through U_

far from their homes, yesterday I,[!I entire musical part of the eve West again tomorrow afternoonfor troop of British horses engaged in Charles Anderson left Monday -'1 home in Havana. world war. arrived by plane I Dressed
felt the spirit and cheer of a I ning's program. A quartet comI several hours on the return of Christmas revellings, Washington morning for Havana to spend Tuesday morning and is the holi-
the boat from Havana and he will crossed river amid snow and ice, Mrs. Rosinda Ginart, and son. I Fish Turtle
Christmas Day, for during the I posed of the Rev. J. C. Gekeler, a vacation with relatives in Havana i
eVening the Key West Hospitality -I! Mrs. Gekeler, Mr. White and Mrs. then continue north to his homein marched to Trenton and surprised and other parts of Cuba. !:I who arrived by plane Saturday MONROE THEATERJane i Fruits Vegetables
Washington.Plan enemy who at once surrender- : from Miami and spent two days
League gave a Christmas, Lewis presented a duet and Mrs. ed. Washington lost but four 1 in Key West with relatives, left Withers-John )rcG ire in i Meats
party complimenting visitors in'! Eva Warner. and Litle Miss Edith men and raised the drooping Mr.\ and Mrs. E. E. Spark of;I for the home in Havana Monday THIS IS LIFE Dairy Products
West. Williams, offered solos. The sing- For Jackson Miami their
Key of are spending honeymoon -
I spirits American patriots. morning. Dick Powell-Ruby Keeler in Phone 67 Free Delivery
Starting at 5 o'clock, the affair -I ers were accompanied by Gus Day Dinner in this city with Mrs. Spark's SHIPMATES FOREVER
lasted well past 8 o'clock, for Ayala. parents, Mr.\ and Mrs.' Alfred 814 Fleming Street
i 1806-First Odd Fellow Lodge, Luis Menendez, who was spending Matinee Cccli.tra ..
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visitors and residents, alike fell Two committees. the enter. Crespo on Windsor Lane. Mrs.\ -
Shakespeare No.1. New York few days with relatives
Young Democratic Club of Monroe a
Niktt lS-25e
into the spirit of the day and,! tainment and greeting groups, County has joined with clubs: organized.I Spark was before her marriage, yesterday afternoon for Miami. 15-20ci
under the leadership of George combined to make up a special ___ Miss Marie Crespo. ---- ---,- -- --
in state in the Union to
Mills White sang many of the committee of the Hospitality make every the Jackson Day dinners and I. 1862-38 Sioux Indians hang ,: A. S. Cavincss.: of the U. S. immigration -

old and familiar carols. League to arrange the affair last dances 8 1936. the ed on single scaffold at Mankate, Miss Ana Luisa Castillo was a i j|t forces in Miami Mrs. -
January ,
Punch and fruit Mrs.\ Wallace B. Kirke : Peninsular & Occidental Steamship
cake were night. greatest demonstration in the his j Minn.-Sioux outbreak of that passenger on the Cuba Monday;,,I Caviness and children arrived Company
served during the evening and was in charge of the arrangements I I yer terrified the settlers who morning going to Havana to spend Effective December 22nd
tory of the Democratic 1935.
they helped to give to the entire and under her direction a party. I captured 00 Indians and hanged the holidays:. with relatives and j' .
President }
William I. Arnold
of S. S. CUBA
affair a Christmas atmosphere. I I Christmas tree had been placed in the 38 of them. friends. FAST FREIGHT SERVICEfrom
local organization started the
Besides the community singing. the Hospitality House. William I Leaves Port Tampa on Sundays and Wednesday at 2:30P.
several solos campaign by selling the first! and to U. arriving Key West 7 A. M. Mondays and Thunda,...
were offered not I H. Malone is president of the ; 1878-John Wanamaker's store Miss Trevor of I
Mary daughter
l ,
the least of which were those by League. ticket Various to committees Mayor Harry of C.the Galey club;'I I I in Philadelphia lighted with elec- Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Trevor, student Boston, New York, Miami,: Key Leaves West 7 St.A. M.Petersburg Monday.on Sundays at 4:16 P. Ml arriving.

tricity-said to have been first at Peabody College in Ten- Galveston
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are now functioning to make the i Leaves
Key Mondays and Thursdays 8dK A. M.
store in .
affair here which will be held at country so lighted.I nessee, was an arrival by plane for Havana.
New Orleans and BeyondFrom
Hotel George To Monday morning to spend the
: Habana-Madrid Club, an overwhelming -I I 1918-President Wilson slept with Leaves Key West Tuesdays and Fridays S P. M. for Port
I 1\ holidays the family.
i success. .' Key Wet alternate Friday Tampa, Fla. S
Have Formal ; in Buckingham Palace
Opening Saturday i Several local speakers have been' From New York every Tuesday For farther information and rates call Phone 14.

invited to address the gathering! '' YOUR DOLLAR BILLwill t
1 1933-Blizzards buried'' half i I From Boston every Saturday J.ItCOSTARAgeat.POTATOES.

Hotel George Washington, the mer lattice doors, in fact every I before the broadcast of President the country in snowdrifts.. bay one dollar and tea I From Jacksonville, Miami and I == -
Roosevelt's speech. _. ____ __
pride of West Palm Beach, will known convenience in first class l I cent worth of food in this i New Orleans every two weeksCLYDE'1vlALLORY -
stage its formal opening on Saturday hotel operation. The lobby has I W. W. Wannamaker seed I. store until the end of the year

December 28th, beginning at been changed and redecorated, the Miss H. Caviness I specialist of Calhoun county,, on purchase of fifty cent or

2:00 p. m. with open house and inspection -I'finest of funrahings and lighting.)r Weds J. Archer South Carolina, is credited with more. .. :li .. --
of all departments.The 'A beautiful large coffee shop has I producing three new types of improved GOMEZ HOME STOREWhite !! :
Hotel George Washington, been installed, fronting Flagler I : :
cotton. C. E. SMITH Agent
I The marriage of Miss Helen I and Division Street FA U ST@8
fronting on beautiful Lake Worth, Drive and the lobby. A most delightful -I Caviness, daughter of Mr. and I PHONE 64-W Key West, Fla.
the and social center
truly pride tavern and cocktail lounge i -
Mrs. Albert S. Caviness to John p '
of West Balm Beach, is now one! is provided. BumsteadsWormSyrup "" "
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of finest Florida.I Robert Kloeppel, who owns and GRCPiJSfW
Milton\ Archer took place yester- TVrhUdrea aa awd *f ntrry.* Whet. I
Many improvements and changes operates the hotels George Washington .
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have been made to the extent of'' at West Palm Beach, and I day afternoon at the Congregational -, FAILS. IVmrft MarcitT, and MMmMmI !
Church with Rev. E. R. rant *f SANTONIN. ft eontaiin full * about $50,000, and it can hardly: the hotels George Washington.I ...... s5z1' y-sr. t-. bsM .y.fywbI
be recognized as the former El Mayflower and Flagler at Jack:I Evans, officiating.Miss of, ._.by. C. A.u.V--. ]I. '!J.. n.u-.t..... Oversea Transportation Co. 10 Ibs. ..._...-...- ..... _.. ... 25c
Juanita maid i
Verano. Every room has been redecorated -!: sonville, says that the season is honor Mayg was Ellis i ONIONS, 3 IDS. --.-.--..--_U.m._----..--..--.-.-.. ..._ lOc
for Miss Caviness and
and refurnished being well under way, and finds an in-I I I A'rcher. brother of the groom, was! SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT OWNED AND OPERATED BY CRISCO, lb. Can,. 2Oc; l'/2' lb. Can, 29c;
with '
equipped radio, tub and crease over the last several years i
shower bath, most comfortable has been experienced in his attendant. a. 3 Ib. Can .u..un.u__._...._..... 58c
beds, inner spring mattresses! of his hotels. He predicts everyone that ,The church was decorated with! WAVES Thompson Fish Co. Inc. Key West PREMIER FANCY TINY PEAS, No. 2
pink and white and ferns. ,
double deck box spring: bed and: Florida will enjoy the biggest! The Lohengrin roses Wedding March I i two Permanents_ _ ti)5.0,0, 1 Can .-_--..-.--.--___....__--__--.-_.---_--._--__----?....-- 20c
reading lamps, steam heat, sum-!!I tourist business it has ever had. for REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT
I was, played and Mrs. Evans sang Better Wave, $5.00 and up WHITE ROSE PEACHES, 2'/2 Size ......_. 17c
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Church Cantata Last v n figr..iProved S played$ hn.s as Wedding the recessionaLMr. March was. 407 South Street Phone 574-J Key West and MiamiNOW MONARCH DICED BEETS, No. 2 Size lOeWILSON'S

I and Mrs. Archer left this" CORNED BEEF, Can .w_.___' 18c

To Be Very Successful morning over the highway for a KEY WESTCOLONIAL MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST SUNBEAM PEAS, 8 oz. Can, 3 for .._uu_ 23c

brief honeymoon ,in Miami and.,, HOTEL KINGMAN'S CORNED BEEF HASH,
will return to Key West early --ON---
The cantata "Little Town of part was a feature. The scenic next week. WEDNESDAYT Ib. Can U hU.-____________._u.u__......_...___._....__ 15c
Bethlehem" put on last night by and lighting effects as brought out VM HMMMB .M In the Center of the Business TUESDAY, FRIDAY AND OUR MOTHER'S COCOA, 2 lb. Can ...... 15c
the Sunday School of the First I by the "Star Over the Stable" Santa Claus "in person" was most, and Theater District SATURDAY MORNINGSWE OUR MOTHER'S CHOCOLATE lb.Size
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Baptist Church was a decided success created a lasting atmosphere for appropriately welcomed by little ,

in every respect. Mrs. F. F.t the entire production. Those who Lorraine Nottage who recited the I First CIa.*-Fireproof- FURNISH .PICK-UP AND DELIVERY .-.____..uu..___.._.__.................._._??........_ lOc

Hoffman, under whose directionthe have witnessed other programs in classic poem "Night Before Christ.. Sen.! ... Rate. SERVICE

cantata was produced, received past years as put on by the Sun-I mas' and won the entire OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET All Kinds of Fresh Fruits and VegetablesFruit

many congratulations at day School state that last night's audience. And of course Santa Carat Elevator Cakes Crystalized Fruits Etc.
the close of the performance.Praise I surpassed anything previouslydone. Claus himself was a huge success TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 ,

was deserved by every I I with both big and little boys and t Popular Price I ._ Packer a4 Virginia Streets (Old Location). PKo. 44

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