The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Leaders See-Business-Pendidum*. i ANOTHER WPAPROJECT i NEW DEALiVETOED BY 29 I VISITORS FIND Election; System Machinery,

BY 12
Upward SWing' In 36 Horse-And-Buggy Era Relic


II I r Clogged By Technicalities
Heads Of Trade And Industry OFFICIAI&YISIT I WORK WILL START ON ATLANTIC The popularity of the New Nearly three-fifths of Mon- OHIO AND CHICAGO FOLK ALSO .
I Deal evidences a further reces- tana's first 4,333 ballots tallied --
Express Views t BOULEVARD EM- sion in the latest returns of The PARTAKE OF LUSCIOUS JIT.I'A
Literary Digest's nation-wide pollas and over three-fifths of Wyoming's Next Important Event Is
; initial
Relative To ProspectsFor I nearly 1,000,000 ballots from 2,153 votes are reported Irp-.I"

APPROVED soW: TIME AGO forty-one States are tabulated in marked against the New CAMP AT KEY Meeting Of DemocratsTo

Coming Year I I FRED J. ORSINGER AND CAPTAIN I the current issue of the maga Deal.Of

J. WATERS ARRIVED zine.The the thirty-four States for s Choose ConventionCity
I I Another jrojet of intense interest total of 987,158 votes re- which returns were published in Enjoying a luscious' watermelon Ed F. Cranch, 123 Ana

(Ilr Antedated Pros) HERE YESTERDAY to Key West will begin : ported shows a division of 409- last week's returns in the poll, grown by a planter of Cudjoe street, is the winner of the

Business leaders, viewing: 1936;) I Monday\ morning when a number; 527 votes marked ",-es" and 577- twenty-six show a fractional increase I Key as part of their Christmas proofreading contest for yesterday
and is entitled the
I 631 voted "no" in answer to the in support of the New to -
in the light of generally improved: of of men of the WPA. will start dinner was the pleasant experience handsome Gillette De Luxe
Fred J. Orcinger, director question: "Do you now approve Deal and the other eight States
I of Mr. and ?Mrs. H. B. Ren- By BYRON PRICE
aquariums for the Bureau of Fish- work on Atlantic Boulevard. the acts and policies of the Roose- indicate larger I razor set with the 10 bine
belief a negative vote. I
conditions in 1935, express ; ouf of Kent. Ohio and Mr. and <( eries, of Washington, D. c., and 'This will mean a drive 2863 ; velt 'New Dear to date!" As an indicator of increased I blades. \t.....1('..)

that trade has started an upwards Captain J. Waters, of Miami, ar- feet long and 30 ieet wide, reach-! The percentage of the total balloting counrty-wi interest on the sub Mrs Charles Holy and brother, Mr. Cranch was one of I It is a commonplace thing to
Victor of Chicago, who are Florida
rived in Key West yesterday by I New is ject of.the New Deal nine who found the misspelledword
against the Deal a'nation-
wing which will continuethrough ing from Bertha street to White as visitors camping in their house bear, every few days, that
Coast Guard plane for visit to I al the : which was "statue" but
a Row: 58.51 which compares with policy magazine points out
be fronted by beautiful for the winter.
I street to a cars at Cudjoe,
the ; "
new year. the Key West Aquarium. last week's percentage 57.69 that seven States, mostly in the should be "statute. It is the political event somewhere Las
Statements given The Associated Mr. Orsinger was deeply inter- sand beach. I and also with a vote of 61.15 farm belt have already returned They arrived over the highway I fourth word in the fifth line
"opened the
and selected at
ested in the display of fish in, the The boulevara is to be gradedand per cent for the New Deal in a more voted ballots than they did a camp Cudjoe of the fifth paragraph in the campaign of 1936"|

Press .by leaders in trade and,, tanks and the arrangements of asphalt filled, will cost ap- poll conducted by The Literary in the, 1934 Literary Digest New which: they winter consider an ideal I leading editorial. but so far as formality is con
place for '
industry follow; j the structure, and took a numberof proximately $15,000 and is ex- Digest on the same subject 'to Deal polL a camp e'pecial-I There were many others cemed the
ly and description
i belongs
still photographs! and also mov- pected to require about 50 men to practically the same voters in the J All of the States reported in cozy I submitting solutions, most of

Carl R. Gray, president, Union. ing pictures of the aquarium and bring the project to completionin !spring of 1934. the poll to date with the excep- house finest place cars they and declare have ever it is found the i whom centered on the wordV properly and exclusively to the

Pacific System: "Western rail marine life in the tanks. about: four months. The magazine points out that in tion' Connecticut and New i which should have been I
for outdoor vacationing. i recent meeting of the
Other features in the tanks This project, WPA Administrator Hampshire voted "..." but Republican
traffic has shown a material increase using the poll returns as an-indi for Roosevelt in the i as statue was the
which interested 'Mr. Orsinger is JL' E. Gilfond told The Citi- cator of popular favor variationof 1932. They are anticipating:; arrival misspelled word selected by national committee i. Washington. -
in volume in 1935 over of: other friends from their I
the display of coral formations, zen, was approved some time ago 1 per cent either wayi indicates The twenty-nine States whichare 'I I home states who will I' the puzzle editor and Mr. .
1934. This is particularly true'with spend! the
sea anemones and other marine and the work was delayed pend- the probable shifting of approxi- voting; against; the New Deal fishing and haying ', Cranch was the first to submit -
season generally
respect to westbound man- curiosities which are being addedto ing certain legal technicalitieswhich mately 400.000 Voters of the approximately in the latest tally are said to represent time the correct solatia*, lie So complicated and extensive is
:; a good in the most delightful -
ufactured commodities and merchandise -( the tanks by biologist in charge, were being handled by the 40,000.000 who nor- over 52 per cent of the gets the handsome set. the .
section of the United operation of getting the .
indicating a stronger' Emory Pierce.MANARSll. city.These mally vote in a national election. r total population of the country States tlehave ever vis-ted.: Mr. Cranch is a believer in
I have all been cleared up The twelve States of the midwest and to have given the President I Both the" Renoufs and the old saying "if at first you chinery of the parties under waythat
purchasing power. He
and the work has been authorized farm belt continue- vote I nearly 63 per cent of the total don't succeed try again" for
"Railroad expenses are higher to start Monday mo-ning. vote which he 1 declare that wren they: retur he has been a long chain of separate ac
I heavily, more than 3 to againstthe received when he their homes they ,,;'J spread! .>. a consistent
both in wages and in price of New Deal while eleven.of the I was elected. '-er of the puzzling words tions. covering a period of more
j good news around to travelers in
materials, but the last half of; NFED OF TAGSONLY I PREDICTS GAIN IN thirteen southern and border i "With only seven more States I the house car movement so they I fcas submitted his so than six i months-a greater time

1935 has indicated the ability of! States register> all! strong supportfor j I to be heard from" the magazine too. will know what delightful 1 lotion but until this time
I the New Deal Also in the I I I states in its current issue, "the always too late to be a winner than is required for the active
experiences await hsm
the railroads to resolve a greater at Cudjoe I
ABOUT 150 HAVE BEEN TRANSPORTATIONRAILROAD south. Florida shows a majorityof 1 i I 10.000.000-LalIot Poll is rapidly Key and Key West.CAPITAL although right on almost campaign itself.always ushers in
proportion of the increased gross filling the blank in the occasion. I
ISSUED SO FAR BY 0.65 per cert and Oklahoma r up spaces every
into net and this will be especially -, 62.11 per cent aganist the Admin- State-by-State tally. This morning .. was right I I election year.Various .

true as the volume ofgross COLLECTOR OFFICIAL SURVEYS istration's policies!! I "The large number of ballots FOLKS i iI on time and although not the expedicn have been
Twenty-nine o: the forty-one tabulated reflects increased interest -'j, first to band i in his answer
Approximately 150 motor ve- OUtLOOK FOR States' from it hich ballots have : > in the Poll as the 1936 Presidential -. was the first one to band in I:suggested for p4bTyiny the process
"Railroads generally are spending -, hicle licenses have been issued been tallied so far represent a!! campaign hits a faster VISIT RTUGAS the correct one but it teems to pow less
for maintenance! from the tax collector's office, according COMING YEAR I. I I .
more ; simple tfc
money total of 286 Electoral College beat."Once Watch The Citizen for I as goes by.

and for general repairs to freight to the records of pur- votes, or 20 votes over a ma- I again., the New Deal I II future announcements of The enact, t of primary |law
prospect, chases since December: 1. r jority. The twelve States showing shows a loss."Twelve I I'I SECRETARY OF COMMUNICATION proofreading
there is
cars, and some contests ns I of many varieties in about amenu
This that about 1100
means my +.1.'_ rreee) States
support of the New Deal have a are showing there other
I are
of purchases of freight and even automobiles, trucks and motor- NEW YORK, Dec. 27.--L. A. combined electoral vote of 132.while 'I majoriUesofer: the New Deal. SERVICE AND WIFE. I given away witnifc sets the to naeif be ftf .attty_ ton trib'Jt.1

passenger .cnrs.rf.ith;-te-the extent cyclca-are- ba.i. -, perated More Downs, president of' the'lUinofjCentral. the seven! eastern: States while twenty-nine are opposing it. MAKE TRIP ON IVY I few weeks.FOURTEEN. greatly to the complexity of the

that it materializes will pro-'; roe county with licenres which .system, ia a survey of from which returns are not yet But what the other seven States I :situation. During the coming year
will, be outdated on January 1.1! 1935: declared his railroad was still l be heard from I
to will
vide much needed encouragement reported con trie ute the balance of registerand II J'4r.Ar".I".IT.I".I'.I' i no party officials will be busier\
when all cars are supposed! to be well prepared to meet the expected 113 votes. what the final vote inthe I
to the heavy !industries. j 1 equipped with the 1936 tags. 193& demand for trans- New England shows! the strongest forty-one already represented will Herbert Petty, secretary of the 1! I than the lawyers who are attached :

"Passenger business has improved -. .It is conjectured that as in the portation service as a result of opposition to the Administration' be. still is a question federal communication service at LEAVE to headquarters to prevent
materially throughout past the governor will grant an extensive reconditioning in the "The other Washington.; D. C., and Mrs. Pet mistakes.
$ policies in the poll *o far. I seven States yet to legal
1935. ,Widespread air extension of time from January past year. > While no votes are tallied yet be represented include Vermont ty are visiting Dry Tortu as. on I I ON BOARD PLANE I The system is quite different
1 to January 15{ and most owners 'r I Loggerhead Key. and Fort Jefferson -
condition-I' the
"Cars of freight handled
} Maine Nevada
from 'Iaineor Vermont and the I Delaware. and thegiants
ing lower fares I 'I r from that for -
will await this extension be- on Garden Key. today. : in many countries
first 11 months of 1935
were magazine reports that the balloting New York. Pennsylvania ,
ules streamlined equipment, pop-. fore securing the required tags. more than 5 per cent over the I I in the tour other New En-: !{I and New Jersey. 1 1 I They arrived over the highway:I : ..\cl'4f oteanifed: dapelR'n

ular priced meals, and many in-j same period ,of 1934: more than: rand States of New Hampshire. "The twelve States* voting for' yesterday afternoon and this,. There were 14 passengers departing 1 i effort custaiWu'yftfs.. n* only a

novations contributing to the convenience SLOT MACHINES 12 per cent over; the same pe- Massachusetts. Rhode Island and:! the Administration are Utah Vic'I I morning embarked on Lighthouse I I on the afternoon plane I few weekbcftre( )flw election.
of 1933 and nearly 11 Nroth Carolina Tender Ivy. which was destinedto 1 leaving yesterday at 4 o'clock for ;
and comfort of passengers per Connecticut is still incomplete. ginia, Sooth Caro- I i and idvc"ei' mirage. of techilicality.
that section with ail Miami. ;
are bringing people back,] cent over the same period. of. the section shows more than a 3 lina, Georgia; Kentucky. Tennes- supplies On the list -for reservations -. 1t
SHOW INCREASETWELVE 1932," he aaieL. New Deal. Alabama Ark- for Tortueas and also to rs- were: i .
to the rails." to 1 opposition to the ee. Mississippi
T. M. Girdler, chairman and 1 Passengerraffic! he stated Initial returns Jje reported this ansas.! Louisiana: and Texas. charge Rebecca Shoals' light. I Evelyn V. BN b. Marjory L State ConventionsThe
I Arrangements for the
president. Republic Steel Corporation was about even 'with 1934 in the week from Arizona. Idaho Montana ")Ii: the tender : .
in LICENSES HAVE first 10 month: of 1935 but nearly New Mexico. Rhode Island! New Deal, with a majority of j were made by :Superintendent : ; E. R. Chaoin. Ralph O.
: "The rate of operations does not realize how arach -
W. W. Demeritt
in 1935 at BEEN ISSUED THUS FAR 35 per cent higher than the Utah end Wyoming. All of these I 73.07 per cent. Massachusetts is Lahr, Ann Kirch.k, Arline P.um-j
the steel industry was I II letters and there is in the American
telegrams rewv- ero, John lU-m.To: John Provost, I
1933 period the first Century States show substantial majorities most strongly opposed, with an I Ii I
47 per cent of capacity comparedwith BY TAX COLLECTOR i i I ed from the buerau in Wa.1hing-i Watson Holl=
Mayfield Knowfes:: ,,
37 per cent in 1934 and 20! Progress exposition year. Also against: the New Deal with i i; unfavorable percentage of 79.88 i ii e I ton. system,
figured into 1934 travel were re- the exception of Utah where i i; on the fairly substantial basis of I John Bogart and San MarshaL I The meetings of the Republican
cent in 1932 the point
j 1-
the per depression."The oft I Licenses for slot machines have I'! duced fares and traffic resultingfrom 53.84 per cent of the ballots are r I i 40,583 votes. I I I --- .-- .- ---- -- - -.. I I national committee in December

been, issued! to 12 owners by Tax the second exposition in indicated in support 6f Roosevelt's "The fortr-one States in this I
improvement which has: II. will be followed in January bv a
taken place to be the re-I Collector Frank H. Ladd. since, Chicago. policies. '" week's report represent 77 per THREE-YEAR HIGH IN HOMEBUILDING I I
appears forces the date on which it was declared) "The number of new industries Arizona which voted more cent of the total population of the similar session of the Democratic
suit natural economic
of | legal for the machines to be op- established on the Illinois Central than 2 to 1 for Roosevelt in, 1932:: United States. The same States national committee, to choose a

sufficiently in the face of strong to take effect/) erated. I I system during 1935 seemed likelyto I is shown' with a 57.99 poll' percentage .! cast 78.50 per cent of the total REACHED IN 1935 I convention city and date :JIi !

political uncertain-j Record at the t"olteetor'soffice{ reach 200, an increase of 27 aganist the New Deal. votes which :Mr. Roosevelt received -
ties and the lack of ) vacancies in the party organization -
show that there are several licenses -' per cent over 1934, or 79 percent I policies. in 1932"Another -- i
in the durable goods industries i of 178 I (toy _rates Press I! and prepare the groandwoik
awaiting the call of the over 1933 and per Idaho which voted nearly 3 to interesting featureof )
"Perhaps the most significant* owners! of machines and a num- cent over 1932." he continued. 2 Democratic in the last national: the current report is the size NEW YORK. Dec. 27_Amer- I and some relaxation of the mortgage I of the campaign.

phase of the progress of the iron ber of applications have been "The new capital invested ir I' election now reserves itself by-; of the vote in several States. Illinois -. ; money market operated to 1 I Then win come a succession of
and steel industry in 1935 was sent to Tallahassee, replies to I these industries during 1935 was more than a like ratio in opposition I leads with a total of 113- ca dug away the depression debris : boost home construction to an state conventions and primaries,

the improvement which took placein which are daily expected. expected to reach 13000000." to the Administration's poli 451, of which the negative percentage and begin again, in respectable estimated 70,000 units in 1935. in both parties, to choose delegates -

operations after the steel code': ._ is 65.73. California comes i I Yet housing experts estimate I i and express preferences for'
was ended by the Supreme court. -- - ---- cies.Rhode Island! the Presi-I I next with 106,810. of which the : quantities, to build homes in i that based! on the normal year-. the nomination. The national conventional -
Production of steel in the last I .......................................*........a gave of ,' and f themselves will meet ill
dent a comfortable "majority I negative percentage is 57.84. 1935. to-year new replacement need II
half of the year, contrary to over 55 per cent in 1932 and now I f I Ohio and Indiana with 89,173 l' for homes the nation is some seven -;June settle an inevitable crop of

usual seasonal trend exceeded \WITH TEMPERATURE OF 52 MANY evidences! a 3 to 1 protest againsthis i i and 51,673.. respectively also record As a consequence, residential to ten million dwellings behind j local jurisdictional contests, elect -
thaT for the first half by a good ,. t policies in the magazine polL i unfavorable majorities." I building in 1935 exceeded 1934 i in its house building. ;, nominees fr President acid

margin BEACH ----- -.- -- --- -____ ____ __ I I by 85 per cent in the first eleven Unit Home j: vice-president, and adopt a plat-
P. W. Litchfield, president, The; ENJOYED BATHING AT REST I --- -- -- I I months, with December expected In this situation they see they J from.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.: ._._.__..__._.._._._____AAAAAAAA.., ....................... I to make little difference .i in the hope of better things ahead fore! Thereafter each national com-
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"Outstanding in 1935 were the : full year's gain. the industry: in 1936. Such unpredictable mittee will meet again to set up
substantial upswing in American "Cold why of course it is r I cold for this section of Flor.ida. I AN APPRECIATIVE MINISTER I i Home construction far outstripped factors as cost which]e sub-committees: and ratify the

business and the beginning not cold. Delightful for As a matter of record !I other forms of building;| showed little change in 1935 from I presidential nominee's choice of

through court decisions, of a swimming and I enjoyed my I I as shown in the files of the i: in the rate of its climb. The Associated ,!I the previous year and a further a new national chairman, who will

trend back to traditional balancesin salt water bath this morning" I weather bureau this temperature I Tress seasonally adjusted ]I Ir | thawing of mortgage funds were" act also as campaign manager.

4 vernment. j I said Miss Francesca: Jarid I Editor The Citizen: index for this classification had I admittedly.nBeertain factors but I The final atep will be the fOI mal
The known in the is seldom reached It Charles Dickenswho said "Let I I r late did .to dampen the optiinism -
new year. 1936, offers internationally was us be fair. improved by 1935 to the best not appear notification of the nominees(>;--a.
essential elements necessary for world of commercial art. and here and to sink below 50. think we might add let us not be ungrateful. J: levels since early 1932. ot.unost building trade"ceremony which sound the keynote -
additional and substantial business winter guest of Miss Nina which a number of people More In 1936 men. of the
the week week campaign.
During passing when
recovery. There is a definite) De Lisa Leslie. thought it was today, has year space was The expenditure of public I Efforts;( ; went,forward in 19:5.1 Only then will the two -
precious, when matter had to be left out, church notices have opposing
need for greater production along Miss Jarid was not therttly only happened on 19 days funds, mostly WPA projects of I thpujfh stilloa: -relatively small i regard themselves as
almost all lines. Also there is an bather o..t.t Rest since the weather bureau was appeared They are invaluable to the church and indispensableto the federal government with some i scalesjto,tap,the, "roass-consBinp-t fully camps for the fray.

accumulation pf reserves at hand Beach this .morning, as'there established i in 1871, about 65years the great crowd f people who attend RIDe church at some minor aid on the part of states tio.n/" ,bousin r.fteld...through ready Oat Of Joint

for the purchase of this inc1't'ut'dl were several others, and even ago. time. and municipalities helped swell, fab/jpatied: units ef very ,low pre-I The reasons for beginning or-

production. Under more normal{ though the temperature was The lowest temperature These have been published without cost to the church andI totals!, but its major effect was To some housine.. ganized effort almost a beforehand -

conditions these obvious elements I 52 at 8 o'clock this morning recorded in that period was assure you this service has been, and is most sincerely appreciated not expected to be felt until well I most promising long-range goal, seem especially year difficultto
the bathers January 12, 1886 when into 1936. of the industry appears to be i
would justify a high degree of were enjoying on by the writer.I j they understand in view of the almost -
assurance in forecasting increasingly -! themselves as much as they the temperature was 41. The AH classes of construction, total | development of homes costing $ ,-!
good business." would during the summer, at record low, for any December believe I have seen the longest service of any ministerin contracts awarded in the 371 000 to $5,000. universal conviction that. in

least they appeared to be. was in 1894 what on December Key West, having served here for about nine years. For states east of the Rocky mountains -, these days, most campaigns which

Speaking of winter temperatures a temperature of 44 I that reason I feel the urge to express to you my sincere gratitude as compiled by the F. W. .I ANNOUNCEMENT I can be won at all are won ia the
UK elK-
compare the 52 of i was recorded. and appreciation. Dodge Corp., were 9 per cent} We regret that the picture !closing hours, just before

Key West this morning with I Other exceptionally low Yours sincerely, higher in the first 11 months off This is the Life" did aot arrive tion.The whole is out of
$ tdgt'dm.S the 24 of Jacksonville, 30 of records were on January 15, 1935 than in the came period for today's showing at set-op t
r ALFRED DE BARRITT, joint with other modem activitiesthat
Tampa and 40 .f Miami, 1931, when a low of 48 was 1934. MONROE THEATER. In its
and aX.dl rf which is the weather bureau shown and that of December Minister. Such factors as higher rents a will show "Music iaMagie" the observer is entitled to
WHISKIES AND GINS record at 8 o'clock this 12, 1934, when. at 8 o'clock Krjr West Fla. pent-up demand for homes partially -I place we Alice wonder how km% it will fc* beforea
j starring Faye '
morning. in the morning the thermometer Pec. 26, 1935. undammed by better em- real attem made to re

Of course, 52 is ......11,. registered, 45 degree ployment ,and business conditions THE ANAGE3IENT. organize

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SAFETY PRAISEDAn !schools of the Southern States at. 5e..00.e.e
]lep mtst it KEY WEST IN" Atlanta Ga.. according to an-'
r Ii TODAY'S WEATHER J] nouneement made in Tallahasseew. ./! Today History

P. AIITMAS. ImId.as toring authpritfes throughout} the} world to T. Lawrence, contractor of 100-Day ascigMd for deathof
\l ; Here Year
\ Js 10
Iowe4R increafng | :
A.dsaat atauaer Hlcheat Saturday : clotu New York has arrived in Key Sato John apoMlc and
JOE AI.LFT p.-s- mess .. evan
I make an intensive study of the remarkable Station I last A,. Today As Taken J'> .tTI
BigtJ last 24 )
Buildln hour, West is
From The Citizen and warmer, followed by train at File. Of Tb. Cilia. t and today looking over gelist.
: Corner Gree.e and Aaa Streets I automobile safety campaign waged for Abilene! ._ 28 34 night; moderate northerly winds, the Hotel Jefferson. It is planned
Atlanta 16
.h 26' I by the owners to have the build-
Only Dally Newspaper in AcT West and Monies the past year by Police Commissioner" Lewis Boston .mh.... 14 22 becoming variable. -- Seventy-three members of ing remodeled and transformed 1282-EaUww.-.t of the

County.__ Valentine, of New York City, was made BQna a ......_.. 10 20 Florida; Fair. not quite scold Tampa Council Eagle Scouts arrived -! into a modern and up to date] house of Hpcfe. .fg ia Austria
Entered at'Key'Went.'Fl"; Ida. as second class matter Chprlf'.rton .... 22 36 but frost and freezing temperatures this morning from Tampa to office building and lfr. )! wftieh lasted to 1918.

FIFTY-S XTII YEAR this week by John D. Collins, sales manager Chicago ........ -4 4 in. Agrtta.'rd J probably inferior spend a vacation in Key West.' has been selected: by the Lawrt'neej ownersto
Denver .......... 22' Y 42 of; Central! and ,south |portions The boys'are camped at the barracks -' do the work. .
Member fl tae As.. I.te$ ,rise.rb. .of the.Tide Water Oil t Company, i }JMa.-T'eaw to Rejgdate the
.... tonight Saturday
I t Detroit -- 16 1 : 26 ; increasing:: and will be extensively entertained -[
.' Associated Fret J* .*cjuslvelyU to us.for t -- ,Commercial RcfetfMp between
publication of all news dlspatcbts credited to "A safety campaign that saves pne life Galveston _.r. 42 AI';. 44 cloudiness and) warmer followed while here. From Key; United
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also Havana ... 62. ...- by rain 't night and jn nortHwest. West they wjll to Cuba and Miss. Cynthia Gray, Albert Ethiopia and the States
_the local! pews published here._ U worth while, said Mr. Collins, "but a Huron ..._.-.r.._ --4 : 6 I portion in afternoon. C one of the places go on the island to Unruh, Miss Florence Sutton and to last for ten years, signed.

EEi74RWLASSOCiA.iON campaign that saves hundreds of lives is Jacksonville' 24 42Kansae.City Jacksonville to Florida Strait: be visited is Guantanamo Bay and James McIIugh, members of ta.; --
()N\l ... 8 16 I Moderate northerly winds becoming the United States naval station Ralph W. Chambers Stock Company 1924-AHM piretsaa occupa-
{ that should command the
fl'JI something
} imdu. 193 3BCBSCRirT1OY KEY WEST 52 65 i i variable; generally fair weather there. arrived in Key West today tion of Germany Kca e of Germany's -
,diate attention of everybody. im.me-I Little Rock __ 18 30 tonight and Saturday.East --- and will at once start rehearsals.' attend t* ere to disarm
P'TEI! Los Angeles .. 54 6E Gulf: Moderate northerly The Key West Realty Board The first play to be given will be under terms of tre4f..
On Tear _. ..- _.- -- _$10.00 Eoa "Commissioner Valentine_ has quietlybut Louisville .... -'Z 20 j to easterly winds; fair weather today at its regular luncheon the mystery play "The Cat and 1

Three Six O:' .ui.------ -- 3:5 efficiently gone about the business of Miami .........40 64 tonight, overcast :Saturday.WfTtiER held an pen discussion! on the The Canary" and will be presented
.._ .85 .. : Thursday evening at San Carlos 1932-New Ywk City's Radio
ODe'Weekly Month.__......_?._..- .------- ,..t01AYERTIITY9 reducing automobile accidents in New York Minneapolis New Orlaps8-2;! 42 4 question What Should Be Done" theater. t! City Mwsfe Hall open*.*.
: CONDITIONS{ for The Betterment of Key West. ,
BATES and he has done a splendid job of it. By New York _.. 16 28. I IPenaeola Arthur Brown led the discussion i
Mae known on plication.: : ...__ 24 42 j 19S& O dex iiRa__, 4th
interviews radio and advanced a number of ideas.' Editorial) comment; After win- Century bible bwght from Russia -
'''fCI.\L: JfOT;CEro posters, newspaper pro- Pittsburgh .___ 6 16 I Pressure is low this morningover
them to have ing a woman's hand a man sometimes -
All reading notices cards of tbanky {eaolytlens of St. Louis ..._._ 6 14 i the North Atlantic States Among one major for $100,000,, presented to the
notice"l will be grams, special schooling of policemen, pro- league baseball teams come here finds himself under the .
Mt.. obituary etc. charged: for atthf Salt Lake City 18 40 I with a disttrrbance over the. Can- Brttbh Museum\ on k..lf of the
rate of Je cents a line.otcea for their Anotheris thumb.
\ for entertainments by churches from whicha viding of safe playgrounds moving trucks San Francisco 50 58 adian Maritime Provinces East- spring practices. I I cation.
revenue Is to be derived ire 6 cents line. I to have the hotels open at an
mounting wrecked cars with wax Seattle ..... 48 54 port. lie. 29.36 inches and an-
The Citizen Is an open rum and Invites dlscua- gruesomje" .h. earlier date. He said that if the'
ion of public IK .-s and *ui>Jects of local or general Tampa ......._. 30 62 ; other disturbance is central! on Coming as.a surprise tp their
interest but it w.il not publish ano"yinou8 pommunl-- figures of accident victims and in other Washington .. 16 26 i the north Pacific coast Seattle, hotels were opened earlier in the. many friends will be the announcement FLYwith

catlons.IMPROVEMENTS. ways he has this year reduced automobile Williston ....... 2 10 Wash.. 29.64 inches; while pres- season! there would be many travelers -,l this afternoon of the the-
accidents in the metropolitan district 18 I sure is high from the Lake region who would take advantageof marriage of Miss Ruth McKean, PAN AMERICAN PLANENo
the change and come to Key'West daughter of Mrs. Lillian McKeanof
1 f91\IC1ys ".ST per cent below last year, while the average Temp .,* southward over the Gulf and earlier Change IB Rates
raf r South Atlantic States. Nashville, in the season. I! Troy N, Y., tp Raymond !Bush Make Reservations by Phon
ADVOCATED BY TilE 'ITIZEN; for the rest of the country, including New Highest _.-C5, Tenp.. 50.50:: i inches.: Light snow of this fcity. The wedding will be Telephone 620

York State, has gone up 15 per cent" Lowest ..nh...-...... ...........52 Has occurred during the last 24 La Concha and Casa Marina celebrated this afternoon at the Regular Planes, Ui&a&Key
Mean b.......*.-.-58 hours in portions of the Dakotasand two of the south's finest hotels home of the groom's father. West Airways, Inc.
-1. Water and; Sewerage Last year's record of auto deaths and Normal Mean .......__..-..-_. .-.70 Minnesota the lower Lak will be opened to the public Monday -!Henry H. Bush J308 Virginia Daily Eacept Friday

2. Bridges to complete: Road to Main injuries: inthis country was the highest in Rainfall ., reriQn.appe, Ohio Valley and December 28. This date will) street Rev. E. L, Ley, of Memo- RATE ONE WAY I7.SO
history and constitutes a national disgrace. Yesterday's Precipitation 'l';In&. northern New England. and there mark the first opening of Key i rial church will officiate, i, Leave Key West 4 p. m., Ar-
land Normal Precipitation .._ .p3( Ins", has been light to moderate ruin West's newest hotel. La Concha, I rive Miami 5:20
This the
year totals will be even higher. 'Tab ,........ ",,. :/,... which is Subscribe to The 20c p.
S. Frei i'ort. r.il .. er'ief.. ore :th' Pacific.roast from San beautifully furnished and i; Fast Comfortable) Safe
The Mliiiir wr A 'elwe4ale .I. j
industry motoring .
authorities Tomorrow's Almanac { Francisco northward, and in Texas decorated. Bookings have .been reekly.

I 4. Hot is and Apartments. everywhere, police and public Sun rises .._......_ 7:11 a. Colder weather has over- made for a number of guests and -. -. --.....-..---- -- --
5. Bathing Pavilion. spirited bodies are studying the problemand Sun sets 5:47 p. in.t m.j, spread! the Florida Peninsula the outlok for a profitable season
with light to heavy frost in the U good. The Casa Marina book.I
Moon rises 9:28 .
6. Airports-Land and Sea. what But the situation a. IT..rr.
doing; they can ..'. Tides central and southern portions ings are larger than ever before,!
7. Consolidation of County and City -except: in New York City-is grow- A.M. P.M. and temperatures are abnormallylow Manager L. P. Schutt announced] Oversea
tHigh Co.
Governments. ing worse.. Commissioner Valentine has _.._n ...,..... 12:12 throughout the country from today j; Transportation
t 11:41 the Mississippi: Valley eastward j
worked out a recipe for safety which seems Low 5:42 6:01 with zero in northern Kentuckyand Mrs. A' F. Ayala Mrs. W. F.:. OWNED AND OPERATED BY
to be working. If it can work there it can freezing southward to central ;'
Barometer S todays Perez and Mrs. Lester Abramon
Eskimo singing has reached America a. m. ;

by-radio: and is said to be almost as lead 8.3 work in other places. Let's apply it every- Sea level, 30.23.- Florida over Temperatures western districts have,,moderated bit|- are daughters spending! of Mrs.the W holidays J. Gardner with; Thompson Fish Co. Inc., Key West
where ten thousand
and t
<< save lives.!
our own. WEATHiB FORECAST i( are still below normal in4 most their parents at the family home,I'
-- sections! except in the Pacific 1221 Petronia street. Mrs. Ayala REGULAR AND RELIABLE FREIGHT

"OFFICES" AND "JOBS" (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) ) States. I is making her home in Tampa,I SERVICE BETWEEN
There are a lot of bright people In the Key West and Vicinity: Fair I i; S. KENNEDY. Airs. Perez in Jacksonville and:

world,not to mention those wljo} are spore, -- and not quite so cold tonight; Officer in Charge.Today's Mrs.\ Abramson in New York. Key West and MiamiNOW

ly lit qp. Senator Futch 'keeps both jobs- -- .... __.. -.- -- T I

member of the senate and attorney for the _...,0gp.fl.............1 1.e.1Todays ...................... Burton Holmes, internationallyknown MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST
traveler and lecturer will
Racing Commission. Judge Love rules that Birthday*
Formerly girls gave an undesirable arrive in Key West within the -DN-

suitor-the cold shoulder. Now we imagine, there is a distinction between an "office" I ......5...0..........I... next few days. He will photograph]1 TUESDAY WEDNESDAYT FRIDAY AND
and a "job." :Mr. Futch's additional placeon Anniversaries of the highway and the keys and} ,
it's: .ihe cold neck. Dr. .Samuel M. Shoemaker
the state payroll)) is a "job," not an "of .,eooooeooooooeoeo.".. New-York City Pr E. clergyman, take moving pictures of scenes SATURDAY MORNINGSWE

fice," Under Judge Love's interpretation. 1571-Johann Kepler renown, leader in the Oxford Group Movement this along the route from Miami to FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
A doctor cold bath in the marRing born in Baltimore 42 citylIn ,
says a. the section of the Constitution which prohibits ed German astronomer, born. years SERVICE
is the best to health. Ho hum! Died Nov. 15, 1630.1726William i ago.
way j line
with 96 county schools in
a member of the legislature holdinga OFFICE 813 CAROLINE STREET
\l'Ehat! the next best way? { Florida Key West's! Monroe
state office created by the legislature of Alexander (who) Matlene Dietrich screen star County High School appears on TELEPHONES 68 AND 92
which he is a member, does not apply in called himself Lord Stirling), distinguished -: born in Germany 31 years"ago. the accredited list of the AssOciation
: A-surgeon says liquor drinking can' Senator Futch's case, because in the "job"he New York general inj 1; ; ._ :ItL \ of Colleges and Secondary

be-cured by a simple operation Bisecting the Revolutionary War born in General Peyton C- Marc: of .
he "exercises --
holds no authority, New York City. Died Jan. 15, -
thQ I Washington, D. C.. U. S. A'. retired
esophagus, for example. therefore he is not an officeholder ip the 1783. wartime chief of Staff- S a o v s e s.i i. i s o .: m i.'r I y

sense intended in the Constitution. Anyway, i born at Easton, Pa., 71 years
1767-Nicholas Roosevelt, New
4The greatest obstacle to disarmament whatever the senator "exercises," the stateis York City inventor-engineer, identified ,ago

is:that each nation wapts more security paying him $3000 a year for the "exer- with the building and introduction yo
than it is to its cise." of the steamboat, born Brig. Gen Edward L. llunson
willing grant neighbors. ,
there. Died July 30, 1854. i pf the Univ. of California Medical CALL 598For
As we see it, and as probably most laymen School, retired army medical officer o

E Tammany might learn a trick or two view it, the section was put in the 1810-John Lord, historical I born at New Haven, Conn.., o
lecturer author of "The Beacon 67 years ago.
from a town in Chile, where 291 per cent Constitution to prevent dual state employment Lights of History" born at Ports

of:the qualified electors voted in a recent whether construed as "office" or mouth. N. H. Died at Stamford Louis Bromfield noted author.

election. "job"-in other words, to keep one man Conn, Dec. 15, 1894. i:born at Mansfield. Ohio, 39 years q AnythingTo

from enjoying two pulls at the public pay- ,ago. <
1822 Louis Pasteur, the _. ': :,.
:People, with the exception of criminals roll. It also probably was intended to pre- French medical scientist who Cyrus S. Eaton; of ,Cleveland. Build Or .
from members the disease S RepairFlorida ---
vent a governor rewarding proved germ theory of -
in born in Nova Scotia 52
are not so much interested allocutions Banker ,
of the legislature for past or expected fav- fond founded the science of U'ago.. .
anymore; what they want now is preventive medicine born. pied ,
allocations. ors by giving, them appointments to extra Sept. 28. 1895. III' H. .-.-- BufLale I
w jobs, enabling them to continue drawing Mead of N.
salaries from the state between sessions of 1829-.Hinton R. Helper author i%s longtime ,.congressman once a
Dr. Alexis Carrel speaks of the possibility of an antislavery book which I..Capitol policeman born at lit.1'.IorriB' Cement Wall BoardCarey's
the legislature. Upson
N. L. ,50 years ago.
caused than .
of even ,
suspending life for a period of Judge Love's decision in the Futch "Uncle To""s.ID._ ," whose I g *_ j_ .

years. The idea might not be so bad if it case seems to call for a definite drawing of dream of building a railway from $'S song, "The )Hops;," born in m

were cot for the fact that somebody is sure the line between "offices" and just "jobs." Hudson Bay to the straits of Ma-j i 1'Poland. Died Oct. 8, 1909.
to-come srellani termed him insane,born in Red Plaster
the .
along stop suspension.As I Roofings Top
From the standpoint of the taxpayer thereis Davie Co.. N. C. Committed suicide Colds C

no difference-he pays just the same in Washington, March: 8, Children's

most people know the cockneys of whether the money goes to a recognized 1909. I A Yield Quicker to

England drop their "hV. Anticipating "officeholder" or to a fellow who's just 1856-Naphtali-- H. Imber. double action of
and LumberSherwin
tjieir; permanent residence in Great Britain, orpamenting the payroll. world-wandering Hebrew national'!: a V5S! Cypress e eA

probably(. the Lindberghs named their poet. who spent the last part of,
his life her, author .f the Zion.! now.if. ''YOU refel
second son, Jon, in view of that eventuality. NATURE AND BILLBOARDS"To __ .1.1JC.4TII"'I"'I"I.lIIII

; : Williams Paints
When v inter comes Key West i is unaware him who in love of nature holds .

of its existence except by looking at communion with her visible forms, she .

the weather_ reports in other localities. speaks a various language." For the NEW YEAR Sl

With. an average range of only 14' degrees So wrote William Cullen Bryant in i Screen Wire and Hardware

Fahrenheit, the Island City ha>* the most hla'famed! poem "Thanatopsis," publishedin GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT : '

equable climate in the United States. ""1817.. Cargill, the cartoonist, takes this I ,

quotation'as the caption for a cartoon I Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings f 1

One of the great values in,advertising depicting a motorist wending his way I i Account. Start one with us for him today for as t' =. : Household
; .
isHhe power of suggestion. The Citizen'through 'a maze of billboards which also I I"spak S little as one dollar. From time to time add to it. I II _

honestly> believes that if there were :$o ;* various language," ranging from'' i
When graduation and college come along he will : : '
advertising of any kind, sales of' every praise of El Punko cigars to an invitationto I .; .
be prepared for them,. He will soon learn the lesS i .
hall. !
thinkable the Rowdie Dow dance ,
product including food, would patronize best"i
of son that it is ;nqt what yoq earn but what you gave !
drop perhaps as much as 25 per centum. It In terms more eloquent than pages I

pays to advertise. text, the cartoonist characterizes the pres- S that makes wealth. I i i

I ent disgraceful marring of natural sceneryby I South Florida Contracting &

Asher Frank director of the governor's blatant and offensive billboards, which i The First National Bank of Key West; SlS

committee on public safety I Inform} not only obscure the beauties of nature,

The Citizen that in the month of Octoberthe I but are in many instances a menace to Member of the Federal Reserve t Phone 598 ;

Press of Florida devoted over 4,000] traffic.What Member of the Federal Deposit; Insurance Ypur home is worthy of the
inches to safety. If this effort on the part would Bryant, poet and nature '
of the press in this state sa ed j jast one life i lover say if he were to come back seeking Corporation j "

i its service has not been in vain.e __ .I. inspiration for a. modern "Thanatopsis?"j! ,I.I"IIIIj "" "II".I.lI""IIII"'I"II'

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WVtt r. r arm na WI SUMO IM e............s..s..ee.e.


t l\ THIS cors'rsJrnuse cot'wy'
== = = = by David Garth. == = Mca =: GAMES TONIGHT, 1 IV Ash FOR. 1%wn1iwos PROBATE.. COrewy.FWRtos. .
m_ .. n ..accttawo .. Wr SPORTS COLUMN In r* Emate 81:
-- rj i
I ii! i DORA ATCH1SOX.Notice .
srJior r,,! JQeir Wttt, Mt.. 1 ed dryly "yon don't need to get soalltired i I[eeeeeeeee..*oeeeeeee. DeeeaSe .
toe ferry WMttt in a turret with excited about it. HI talk j I The regular Island City Winter, Is hereby irlvrn i. a'1
UMn. loading Dora vio ia awfcsrttwtiaa | Advertisements under this head\ whom It may vonrern that T'reaaMartinez
u rU'** putting: cttff for with Mr. West today and yon be oa .. Basketball League doubleheader] ] and William H JloiL the
C *7 Jvm rrry weed*.p Hvrota hand It I should want yon. And tot f I will be inserted in The Citizen at'' un / t k*.* DU4.s. A4 ewTerry which was scheduled for tonightat : testamento annf'SO of the Estate of
a" aMr. Fee. .1t.ekst Heaven's sake. boy. start catching I I BY JOVE the rate of le a word for each in-1 I Dora Atrtal_. toa4.. have fU d
(fc. Awerieaa rmko *y, are dataff sleep. Every time I lookat the High School Gym, has been j i i I with th. Honorable Hush (.un>
on your
fUfr beat fo dean out scoop to up sertion, but the minimum for the i .. ,
of lao >
rnnty J.4. r< Count
keep AUn... ev* o/ tk. effa I I
I first insertion In Instance is Florida their final retort and navo
fry to oa the Ski verge eitiuiti./ re.'Ol"tI(* cov Fox left the study and returnedto | eeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei !/I........................ was announced this after- every 1 j made application for tbnr duuhargAdnitei -
sad ........ sot _.en 'M bpenad- his desk. Captain Dent grinned FERA TEN HUMBLED i noon by Clem C. Price, local 25e. i,'.a .tra44>r* ***** I. -' ,."- 11' >
Ke. to really faff. sympathetically.; Doings Around The FOLLOWING WPA recreational director<<: who I I Payment for classified advertisements ajinrto Atchison ef derrajwl.tae N.tat..f : ". '.4

"What's the matter George he I I stated! that the postponement was I is invariably in Dated December fe, I 33.TRHKJJA .

Chapter 11 Iqufred.Didn't you dance with one Golf Links> BY SANITARY TEAM brought scout because of many I 1 I but regular advertisers advance'l ledger j W.H. RTTSEZ.wtLI.IAf H*>I.I.

of the fat wives of the War Departr I THROUGH other activities scheduled for to- I' t j Aa Admin tot ratora cum t -*tanwntana <
ON THE; CARPET"CHE'S ment or something 'Well) 1 guessthat's I night. ,I i: accounts may have their advertisements -! .x. .f the Ratate of ''ora
a swell girt Terry..ald all for a.wbtle Well be -' **eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1 will be resumed charged.Advertisers Atchison fofa.e over t (By GRAVY) ; LOPSIDED SCORE OF 15 TO 3 League play CURRY HARRIS.
*J Fox. 'TheY4llustD't pick up her ducking Washington despatches and Leading batters in the Social next Friday night. should give their I Attorney tor Adn ..'..tratera cant
traIL God. this Is a mesa. What are hauling errant eJlow-cJtUens out of eeeeeeeeeeee*eeeeeee. .1\ MARKED UP YESTERDAY: I |: street address as well as their tele- t..t........ anneme. ft the. Katai.<
League including of December
game : of Dora Atrnlaeo. 4et".14'<1.
yon going to doT harm's way from BOW on." Wonder how many people'i The twelve Indian villages round phone number if they desire 1 eec:;, jan:-If.:7,

WiUett flicked his clgaret out Into He sighed. think the weather is of the in-t AFTERNOONThe 26, follow: Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, are each sults. re-'I

the Street Td planned on going out to De- vigoratinsr and delightful Gabriel .600 named after one of the Apostles. I With eaCh classified adn Subscribe to The Citizen-tOc

Met"" he repeated. Tin sailing cermo to see Allaire West take off If any do, maybe I'm kindT'1 B. Pinder, .630: I The Salvation Army is in its ment The Citizen will give free an I weekly

oo Tarajalbo tomorrow. I know today. Be Interesting that 1 Imagine tween the frigid breezes Administration ten and the Hill, .500; list year.Virgil Autostrop Razor Outfit Ask for '

plenty about that ship-her crew flying for the first time after a terrible lack of sunshine yesterday, many Sanitary Department outfit play. M. Lopez .476. i lit. j I' -- -

a., stop me. that' a cinch." cr ek-up Is a Jot like going and various golf scores were' | ed another diamo;'dball game yes. H. Duncan of Holden-, 1

"Oh-" said! the attach uncertainly. swimming right after yon nearly : rendered. Perhaps it is best that)i i terday afternoon at Bayview Stanley ,454; I ville Okbu has completed 50 WANTED KEY WESTCOLONIAL

He took a brier pail at his drowned. i some remain unknown. I Park. A. Castro, .444; years' continuous work as a teacher .j HOTEL
"And." he mused reflectively ; F. Stiekney ..4371F. I WANTED Small furnished
Cigaret and then threw It away !I; This was probably the only ,
,...1 guess you'd better.' Wonldn't knew that feeling. Not sure of yourself j Pious William-bad such a long]. softball game played in the Unit- Caraballo. .435; :, house or apartment, with garage IB the Center of the Business
be to break and your ability to stay up. All i J. Russell .400 by year round couple.
surprised things
see 1 vacation that he sot more golf in ed States, as the weather was too : two boxers, and in all probabilityi and Theater District
wide open any day now. Coastwise you can think of Is what will happen ,i i State price and location. BoxP
cold elsewhere. i bout will be arranged.
than he knew what to do with. ;
trade will be If you should get a sudden } care Key West Citizen.dec272t'.
stopped-you'd better I i Leading pitchers: i Fernandez technical First
of the contest
The won a CWrU'.pr..fS..iLI.
cat your stick for your camp" He cramp or swallow too much "'ter: Foe: instance he started jn on the I PitcherW.. L. Pet : -
hesitated. George Fox heard- him rather la back nine yesterday shooting; pars yesterday was 15 to 3. I' knockout decision over Waugh I Kate.
0n1y4" IE. Roberts .__ ._...._5 2 .710
He'd E. Roberts started on the bill Christmas nightCOMING i ,
completely forgotten thinking about BICYCLES
distinctly. until he to a
got ___ ___ j
WlHett looked at him. touch- I F. Stiekney __ __ 2 1 .666 i
this was the day when Allaire let his for the; Of tee o-rs but was Carat ElevmUr
few things and promptly '
"I have a job to finish. His voice took the controls and she dreaded score get from him. He ,1 I ed for 15 safeties: : and 13 runs in J. Catea _.....:....!:-m 2 2 .500 # I\ BICYCLES:-WD RENT by tho j
away _._.. ..500J.
.2 2
Resell _
was flatly final. "Can't muff this
don't innings and H-4 PepnUr Price
It. "Ton don't think you with Timotheus four and two-thirds Hour Week.
around Day Repair
Chance of getting away breathe-yon Just wait. And las played Pittman and Handsome Horace was yanked in favor of Stickney | Moore ..._...._-,._ 1 1 .500 EVENTS 1 l all makes and or paint them with
"No." agreed For "you can't-- nightStand- who only four hits dur. : Lowe _......____+_. 1 1500 I
and there must have been quite;i gave up No-Enamel. We carry a full
Cod'this U a me L. by. the Ambassador had the remainder of the contest I The the Jaetwavin.'.
some argument going'on after ing following events cover I supply of parts. Agent for the LvaeJa* Refer"
Willett gestured at the car. said. Fox went out of the Embassyand number 10 was played from the]I i A. Castro Hill andiStanley* had! I' Other records:' '. week of Monday, December 23 to Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I THE SEMINOLE
looked around for his car. it '" Most :times at bat Caraballo.Mbif
Better park It out of sight for a pound of same, I would like to perfect averages at bat. Saturday December 28: And sell them as low as $5.00 i
few days.Somebody might be watch- dawned on him after several minutes know what the i!I i O. Caraballo hit a home rw+'. 137: ::1 : tRIDA Y. DECEMBER 27 down and $1.00 per week.
that he had carefully stored It agreement orj I -mTnr4 scored-Hill, 4 1 I i
for So { ;
UK tt tong George. rather disagreement was really Fox said something. Willett 1 I away for the time being. He went 'Most hits--Caraballo, 17; -
about? None of the j i!: Barker played well in the field.: and "Music Is Magic." decl8-tf
( )
to the Alvio in a taxi.lived i i
Finder tcwg tt
walked away. He looked back over i Score by innings: R. H. E. i Most stolen bases-B. ,
Palace-"Alias John Law" with
kept a score. I i : I
his shoulder and saw the attach LUIRE far more exclu- Sanitary Department- 5; Russell, 3; Bob Steele. FOR KENT I II et
still standing by the ear. Most two base hits--J. Russell a ItJaeka..vtll. s
/slvely 106 080 015 19 1. a's 130 M. until ) I
Yes Fox was catering that ctrL than her parents Her The "electric" crowd of Bas- Administration: 4; Stanley 3; Pen Place-- ; P. LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT .II
suite high fronted the and Charlie Salas 5:30 P. M. Cocktail hour.
Hell wasn't that what the American private was com Grooms ,
Most three base hits-F. Stick- .
100 200 O 3 4 1 -2 bed rooms eonven.i
and accessible Park 4:30 P. M. Social
Foreign Service was for harbor was only by played against Fred Ayala and Bayview --
Batteries: A. Castro and O. ney, F. Caraballo, Arias and Russell \j" fences porches. 519 Elizabeth :
Rule One: Protecting and-" a flight of steps from the last lift Louis Cruickshank and as shouldbe League diamondball game.
He suddenly remembered he needed exit. Her maid took him out on the with all fellow-workers the Caraballo; E. Roberts F. Stick. 1 each; Bayview Park-3 P. M. until 6 Street. novlS
Most! home runs-F. Caraballo, ..
terrace and withdrew. ney and Nelson.CUBANCLUB. PUrMaCHAS.
a drink. match came out all even. Con- 2 P. M. Handball games. FURNISHED APARTMENT .. Cm' ", Wag| .v
She was dressed In white and had 1 I I ; School .Backetbali
fidentially the boss refused to will Most times struck out--J. Cates High Gyav- Modern conveniences, 628 i a. Daman, JI"-".. Insutotlo
American Ambassador called a corsage of tbe'country's'' famous doubleheader at 7:30 P. M. here yon will find ieeJTMnale
THE from his employee while the em.J WILL yen
White call Gaiti'sBarber
Johnson 4 each street or at
staff to the wild orchids pinned on her shoulder, ; Mfevt and entertainment a snat
Embassy study Cuban Club-Dance with Pritch-
ployes also refused to be so tactless I Most times wa\ked-D. Garcia Shop nov2 r ef treat Importance.
The attache1 sat down beside her 11 I

shortly"Everyone: before is noon to stand the next by day.today and impulsively. took one cool handin as to get their boss beaten. PLAY RATS SUNDAY I and J. Moore, 4 each.CHALLENGE ard's Orchestra. .' A . regardless of previous both of his. If you want to know their scores, I NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT | .. the ke rt .. the ....
engagements. just drop into their office. SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 with 827 -
." he told them. The latest 1 know everything. Allaire. he I garage. Apply .
I Every Room with
word from the President's palace Is said. "Willett told me. 1 phoned you They'll be glad to discuss same BY Monroe-"Love Me Forever" Duval street. dee9:I laid! Shower Bath, Radio ate'f:'*

that the new tax bill will be signed early this morgisg. but you couldn't with you. I Sunday afternoon beginning 2o'clock with Grace Moore and Leo Car- !'!Cetlinr I[I Fan, Slat Door for Snmratr
\ entilation. ComfortabU Beds wit?
In Its entirety not excluding the be located. I' at the Navy Field, the BOBBY WAUGHBobby rillo. I FOR SALE alattreaaes: of Inner Spring Goaatrnction .
coffee Industry." "I went swimming" Old Bye Sands and Cookie i Sewer Rats" will play the Cuban Palace- -"Silk Hat Kid" with I I i I and Individual Read'It

He regarded his staff searcnlngly. He looked at her uncertainly. Mesa bad a grand ,and glorious Club baseball nine. Lew Ayres and Mae Clarke. : OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Tw 'f Lamps.

eyes moving from face to face. "Ton "Swimming!" time playing aganist each other.II I" The Rats will have O. Caraballo Pena's Place-1:30 P. M. until 1\r bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office. -J I,I -J1,4 TItS .hars

know what that means gentlemen. \ "Swimming.. George. The water Even when 18 holes were over, at the plate and Varela in..the Waugh has issued a :5:30 P. M. Cocktail !hour. _oct16I r. a_... Private Bath ____-. S3.ee.
It.I. all the Propionoire crowd baa was cold as the devil. but the sun playing. to meet A. Fernandez in 1 Juval Street-7:30 P. M. until i ;* Keeata. Private Bath sa
they kept on box. challenge 4.1 R..... Private Bath _-_ *...
been waiting for. Tm afraid we're rise was beanUfuL"There I I I The Club outfit will use M. a 15-round bout under agreement 9:30 P. M., Promenade.lr..1''I'.I.I'.lI. 'I J PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed SI R..ms. Private Bath __ Uh_ a..i.to .
la for a little trouble." was something strange Otto (Tax Assessor) Kirch- Sanchez* Esquinaldo. Base B. that the winner take all. I cards $1.25. The Artmant Saainle R...., Private Bath .jenUCHT

Jie paused and looked at George about her. She seemed so perfectly rfeeiner has been telling all 'and Garcia, Q.: Garcia. Alfonso. Her > Much interest centers on these E t Press. srag.? i" INCREASE: OCCCPAItCT FOR DOPBLal
Fox.That composed that he felt it was useless &
man's mind
be wandering in the highwaysand to advise her not to worry but he sundry about how he and Bill:I nandez Orta, Ogden' and a few .. ..,-. --- --f -----_ ....,
could beat the off ,
Bruner sox
others. JI -.I--
did for of
byways of something distinctly anyhow want something "
Sams. (Harris &; Goldsmith
alien] to the President's latest tat better to say, two
"I'm not worrying. She smiled at et al l) but Mr. K. forgot that
on smouldering coffee country
His Excellency frowned slightly.A him. "Sat up all night looking at Samuel H. occasionally gets CHAMP CONTESTS 'I i -.

revolution camping down around the lights of the harbor and won- warmed up to a subject and proceeds !

their ears and a certain attach dering what makes the world go to demonstrate. Not only START TODAY:
clasped: his hands on his chest and round. i. suppose youll think me absolutely that but the hour was getting ,
stared vacantly at the ceiling. hoppy,but for some strange late and cats cot hungry and be-

"Mr. Fox," he rumbled "I should reason I felt as though everythinghad fore long Otto and Bill were on :

like to see you privately a moment. been taken out of my hands. the losingside of a great matchon This afternoon at Bayview I

All right gentlemen that Is all for Nice comfortable feeling like that of ( the part of Sams) bat a terrible Park beginning at 4:30 o'clock Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize ThemFRID
the present. somebody taking orders and liking match on the part of B & K. the, Administration boys and the t .

Dent and the others withdrew. it"Fox However they want to play again Sanitary Department ten will
Fox stood up and went over before began to feel slightly dizzy. will
and the Sams are cross bats. I
the heavy mahogany desk. Allaire taking orders! From
This contest will start a series
whom! Not from her father that
Yes. sir!
of three-games to be played Fri i Stu Aalerican Coffee
The Old Man thought quite highlyof was sure. She would have told him t
his attache. but he bent a rather where to head In if he'd dared to Time! must have been kind of day. Monday and Tuesday for the JOHN C. PARK ROSES TIFT'S
severe glance on him now. try It"What hard in certain families on Christmas end of the year Social League NOW OFFERED IN

1 understand! perfectly that Legation made you run off last day because William Percival championship team. THREE GRADES
Club parties and like affairs are night!" Kemp and -Charlie Ketchum play. 328 SIMONTON ST. FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY

In the line of your doty.he re She shrugged. ed Johnny Kirschenbaum and when those grys' ate their dinner : .STAR, Ib.. 25c SPECIALTY _

marked. "But you really don't have "011. one of those things Somebody I Charlie Salas and won. Wonder TDO i LARGO lb. 1& 1101 Division Street
to was going somewhere and not ,
go to sleep right under my nose.
Mr. Fox. Tell me-have beento afraid of anything he might find r--- i PLUMBING v. & s. Ib,15c PLANTS and VINES
bed!" you along the way. I went along for the ...............e..w ....e................... :: PHONE 29

Fox hadn't. And there was a receptacle ride." I d ROASTED IN KEY WEST
crammed with cigaret; "Ride Is right.; he agreed fervently. :HOWDY\ KEY WEST! YOU KNOW THATeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee t SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy
stubs In his rooms that would have "As an engineer Willett Is one DURO PUMPS
been more in place at an Ellasmoker. of the best but as a companion he's T .. Groceries

But under the Old Man's dynamite. He doesn't care what he By RED KERCC V New-Zealand's railways are nn PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY

searching eyes he hastily Jumped does or where he does tt.iJv.it.. as :.....>..........4....:.. der 'government: operation 512 Greene Street : CqmpJete U eFreah
well I that he's t
guess cleared the
back'on ?
the diplomatic bandwagon. "
"I'm sorry, sir." he apologized city. A great number of the candi.. The Social Democratic Party is PHONE ,3 48 1'htiae'256 1 PHONE 597 Fruits and .jVt getables

rapidly. "I've been thinking. About There was a sudden breathless dates who haven't thrown their
that polo party.." silence. He was astonished to Sod hats in the ring; are too busy talking the leading party in Sweden.

"So have I." nodded the Ambas her looking at him as though he through them. t SELEcT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
sador. They can't sail for a week. had said something profane. England, is one of the.world'smost TOURISTS''
"I've looked Vat did you says favored countries with bird J.wfisb 2 350 INSURANCE
: up sailing schedules Times have definitely changed JLe. ---- _

Fox said eagerly. They. don't have Say! Why. 1 said Willett has left t since we were a child. Just when song. Y.HowU iI Steak, 2 lb.. 350
to wait a week. There's a ship sail- the city. He's on the 'ParaJalboV* 'combinq' DON? MISS THE
large enough
we were FERRYOffice
"Really How do know Yellowtail oa B088. 2'Ibsa 250 : 319 DUTal Street
ing for Vera Cruz day after tomor-- yon ? Her our strength and ability of self. Mac Tun the author of the Stop Over At '
row and there they be tone was almost imperious. Cr.a 2lb... 2Sc
can picked of rnodern --
in order to honey outstanding! masterpiece -
"He told last support, get \
up almost Immediately by a cruise sailing. me night he was our natural source of milk was Chinese literature to be pub- sapper, 2 lLo. ._ 2So BIG PIN INN
ship on her way to New York""Yon TELEPHONE NO.1
shut off. lished here early in 1936, because 216.. 250
M.ttoa Fish
The girl leaned back with -
seem to have done some tall a BIG FINE KEY
figuring. The Old Man rubbed his strange smile curving her lips. I. of his revolutionary activities, is

chin thoughtfully.; Not a bad Idea, "So that's It." she commented. Political bedfellows change so, living an underground life of mis- FRESH SHRIMP Oaly 5 blil.a from No H... -THE- Try Y.... M1o At j

either. Better that way than possibly "Every man for himself." frequently, until it is becoming J cry and poverty in Shanghai.': Large Select oaten Key Ferry

having to send them off on a Her maid appeared with word that rather a difficult task to ascertain .J I I Fresh Crab Meat i. lb saes 65. Delmonico Rtlfaaranf

battleship. The aooner we get all Major Hen-era's car was ready to which one has the coldest, The Ethiopians are excellentI FREE PROMPT DELIVERY REASONABLE RATES PORTER-ALLEN .
take her to the Decermo flying field. i Bedwoiaor Bose ____ lie
transient Americans out of here the feet i I botanists in their way. They know
less well have to worry about. Sure Allaire didn't even look ft her and I .f trees the leaves of which LOWE FISH COMPANY America. and E.NpeaD Plan Sis c..,.. Diaaera, _

of your dates Mr. Fox!" Fox took it spun himself to send a t Uncle Sam isn't the only one i stupify fish when thrOwninto the PHONE Ill Phone Riae-r...g Distance 'COMPANY, ------. 10e. Tike a.. SSe
"Absolutely positive sir. Fox message. I whose chief load constitutes an S' water and thus make fishing easier -
t couldn't have been more emphatic (Corvrig\t till, >y*D fitt CcrtftJ immense number of poor rela f and the medicinal properties

It he'd thumped" the desk. Terry Willttt-take .a I eauraVW tions. jef( many plants.t AARON MtCONNELLr
: had net claim**. tota EXTRA
St _t .. Best for Pets ,
Those girls who bravely insist 538 Fleming -
t The marriage of a priest in CHESAPEAKE BAY

comment.a' ....-.-.-..-..-.....-.-.-.-...... ally that quit they: school know all before men examination evident-. :Ethiopia: is similar to that ef the D @1 t Dogi or Cats FUNERAL HOME

i I Greek Church; be must take t Q time.
TO SUBSCRIBERS I 'I himself wife prior to ordination TM .fter hr. y.anet OYSTERS

I........................ If I Mr. Roosevelt' says: there'll be after which ceremony he caauol t W !. : laltora ry .....arch. DigaUid. Spa..tItetM
do Dot receive b
you : second time should e -
a ..
marry Served and De-
ped.e for c..rtee Any Style
no new taxes in lV36Pres re-
Though austere and rigid in iy Silk .'clock ia the
paper .
lose his wife. jatd .
I I port. According to taxpayers taking the sal-al >N.gdera livered Cooked or Raw. to UJ'
after..oa, call telephone 51
his own methods of life, the na- 1 a
{ part in the recent straw polls, a bala.c.d ratio. part of city.
aad will be .
tive of this day will show much l\ a bom paper A complaint seat t.Jo..r I I there'll be no Mr. Roosevelt. The mining business of Pen.I' ; WATCHMAKER, JEWBLFA I..peeted aad paced by Dc. LICENSED VRUIEU:
others and have'' I very mfcb in the hands of America -
rympathv i* oa duty at Slits office from AND ENGRAVER partm.at .f viIt.N 0'
compassion for their weaknesses.' 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I Na one is making much fan, { companies.t See Him For Your Next Warn Uait" States ..-fit for humus Aa...._ So"- SATURDAY

This trait will not always be ap-i! of delivering complaiats. over New York's ti-noise era<,,1 ; f old' Mice J.iey Stew

predated<<: for a hand stretched: purpose. Help as five you 100 sade. | The Angular Spider will reirak;! ALL PRICES REDUCED Ask fey cad A4 wtaad- LADY ATTENDANT

out to aid is sometimes repaid by' percent service by caliaa; 51 her Web almost eVf7.' ., y ningi 1 i Hens 9 t. IL-1 t. s IDEAL DOG FOOD WEUS' LUNCH ROOM
ingratitude therefore be careful! This U the time of 'the the Banded and Silky.Spiders allow I
; if yon do not receive The Citisea. ;- yea ; Op a Satsrday IUgkts At Any Gr.csry PIao. Sola Nos:31o Pi.- Z07.W .00 SeatJ.a St.
in the selection of your friends. I I when the homes fire are going ( the-webs to be torn to ngii i p ,

1 out about the} time. sonny is coming "i before" taking tfet trouble t* renew. .1 .

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CUBAN ORDER \WILL SUNDAY DINNER tals for the care of the poor.

:-: SOCIETY : -: i ........................ s r a'L HOLD CONVENTION Subscribe to The CrUzec.DONT .

Dr. E. R. Chapin U. S. Public By ANN PAGE
i Health Service who was in Key GET UP NIGHTSMAKE
Nina deLisa Leslie, Editress West for a few hours, arriving on VISITING DELEGATES TO ATTEND SUNDAY .disuse. of Christmas pales before dinner the
TELEPHONE 149-J with patientfor .t ... are dressed with food 2Sc
the morning plane a
HOPKINS ASSESSES Wf A seeing Deity and the pyramid is I SESSIONS OPEN. Use Buchu
displays for this Most important dinner Juniper oil leaver
.._..............................*.......1 the :Marine hospital left on the symbol of permanence. of the year. Poultry is on display, etc., to flash out excess acids and
the afternoon plane for 1riami.I THE NEW CURRENCY ING TONIGHT turkeys perhaps most popular ia tarn I waste matter. Get rid of bladder
eonntry, for those whop ia for
Key West Society Will! Now LUMBERMEN COOPERATEBy The National I tradition, darkling and chickens for I, irritation that causes waking up
I I Lumber Manufac small families and small iIK.m. frequent desire scanty: flow
For New Year's Miss Ann Kirchik attache in r turers' Association, which sharply The standard vegetables are all in- burning and backache. Get Juniper -
Make Ready ... the office of the internal revenue j HUGO 0 SIMS. criticized the reciprocal trade Orden Caballeros de La Lux: of end Spenive.Ta lima beans addition are moderately both green priced.peas I oil, Buchu I leaves, etc, m I In u-.
.l._ I i department at Jacksonville, who t The Citizen's Special Washington treaty with Canada bas declared Florida will open their conventionthis :! Grapefruit oranges,tangerines and tie green tablets called Bukets
Key West society has completed"its traveling? from Jar alyt wide to be I was spending the holidays with) CorrespondentHarry its intention to cooperate with evening' at their; hall on Ame- apples are,*ll abundant and low in j I the bladder laxative. In four dan
round of Christmas activities together and revel : ogelhcr with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Gutman L. Hopkins. WPA Admin- the government. The Association lia street with a number of visit- price.)'ear.o Nat crop that'* were walnuts unusually, pecans Unrethis '1- > if not pleased go back and mtl
and now settles into a slight lull..the holiday spirit::.: :vJU'>L j II i Kirchik. left by plane yesterday! istrator, estimates that the physical realizes that the fundamental objective Sorts and' peanuts' 'are all cheaper than ti l your 25c- Get your regular" sloop
ing dignitaries and grand lodge asnal. I and feel "full of Oliviei i i'j
Eve.wben-therel!i There were alscs'severaljaanceB.ithe wealth of the nation will be pep ;:
until New Year's afternoon for Miami en route to of the government is a i Here are three Christmas dinners to ..
will be the customary festivity to main one being. '$he*Junior, Jacksonville.Mrs. increased at least five billion dollars general restoration of international members in attendance. suit different tastee and bndgets.Low Drug Store.advt.t

properly usher in the brand new Woman's Club "Tea',, Dance,at the I as a result Of the work re- commerce that the agreementis Officials and grand lodge members Cent Dinner I

*"*" )I Hotel Colonial honoring"i ,we college lief program. The actual construction the deliberate conclusion of visited The Citizen office to Roasf Staffed Chicken or Duck: II I
year.This has been one of the busiest j students. This affair was Arlene Romero and son value of projects is estimatedat 'the President and that though$; extend seasonal greetings to this Giblet Gravy Mashed Potatoes

Yuletides on record. Last week' charming and lovely much enjoyed -,John who were relatives I'! $3,585,000,000 and the remainder opinions may differ as to the paper and the residents of Key Diced Yellow Bread Tnraip and BatterMineofie Cranberry Jolly 1G. Kantorhic.
and Christmas holidays with ;
college students began the yearly by the young people ( comes from the increasein "reasonableness of particular conclusions ] !
their and friends, left yesterday by'plane values and productive in West many of whom are friends Tea or Coffee Milk
holiday homeward trek. Right up guests. property it intended to act a Clothiers-Haberdashers i
to Christmas Eve they were amvjing The Hospitality League of Key for the home in Miami. capacity. spirit of "cooperation" and hoped of the visiting officials and mem- Medium Cost Dianer

by plane boat and over the i West's tea and reception con- that the government would aid bers. I Roast Goose with Apple andSauerkraut i A SPECIAL OFFERING

highway. House guests and win-' stituted one of the highlights of Miss Dorothy Mayfield Knowles, New one dollar silver certificates the industry in meeting the difficult In the visiting delegation are Sweet Potatoes Broasefs Staffing SpronU j OF MEN'S FINE SUITSModeled
This honored the winter being distributed with a Domingo E. Placeres. grand Laminar -
ter visitors joined the cavalcade. I I the day. who was spending the Christmas are situation. Bread and Batter ( by master craftsmen -
On Christmas Eve besides the visitors to the city and the occasion holidays with her parents and(, new design printed on the back. ; Guillermo Reyes grand vice Plum Padding Currant Jelly Hard Sauce ; of fine French Serges all
great number of private bouse_ was bright and cheerful other relatives, left by plane showing the reverse of the Great luminar; Joaquin Alvarez Herrera. Tea or Coffee Milk Wool Worsteds and Gaberdine--;
there were gala entertainments with its charming hostesses, musical yes- Seal of the United States for the A new series of United States grand secretary; Eliseo Barberry in Brown Oxford Grey Green
parties, for Miami\ route to
terday en mailer
Very Special
and dances at Raul's program and prevailing hos- first time on any money. It showsan I Savings Bonds (baby bonds) will Carlos Placeres and Pedro and Blue; Sport and Plain
Ocala where she in Fink-meated
and the Habana-Madrid Club. pitable atmosphere. the offices of the is war employed depart unfinished pyramid surmounted I be issued oil January 1st throughthe Garcia Rivero, members of the Bout Turkey with Grapefruit Oyster Staffing' models; single and double
Both of these were largely at-I Christmas Night there were' ment.Mrs.. by an eye in a triangular glory. postal service. Secretary of the grand lodge. Creamed Onions Green PeasCranberry breasted.
tended by a and happy crowd.' several dances these attended I Above the design is "Annuit Co- Treasury Morcrenthau discloses They were accompanied by J. and Lettawe SantoTomat. Salad SHIRTS
Everybody was gay busy and occupied, mostly by the younger social set, eptis," translated "He .(God) pros- I that, between March 1st and November F. Flcitas grand patriarch; Ar- Froson Padding Angel Cake By Arrow, Phillip Johnes and
with the Istrenuous task of en-, who made their way from one fes- \ Kathleen Knowles arrived, pered our endeavours..* A lower 30th. $178118.250.were turo Armayor grand deputy; Nats Coffee Fran Candy our new Yale line; we have the
joying themselves. Favors were tive place to another until a late Wednesday morning from Miami' motto "Novus Drdo. Seclorufn\ ,if i Invested, in! hese' bonds, having 'a Feliciano Castro grand lodge I newest Shirts for smart resort

distributed and prizes given out hour dancing and celebrating.It to spend the day and enjoy Chri..q.1 translated "A Near.Order of.i>ie. maturity value. liter! ten years, member of Key West. checks wear; the new Gingham. Plaids
lovelv dinner with her : Ages." The eye represents an all- of 238291000. COLDS and Checks dark and light
at both places. f I was indeed a Christi i mas eon ,
colors with collars
all Tm-Stay
On Christmas Day there were man, and Key West society mays and her mother Mrs. Lula Maloney _-- -- --- -. .._ e_. Ambition is so powerful a passion 6' 6 6 and I that; will Dot wrinkle or
mostly home dinners for the family well rest now on its laurels for(. and left for Miami on the in the human breast, that FEVER sag.

and guests. Many families reunited -!, several days before taking up afternoon plane. I I STEAMER OZARKCOMES however high we reach we arT first day HATSWe

for the occasion members preparations for New Year gaiety.students .I I never satisried.-MachiaveUi. 1.Ii-I.Tablets HEADACHES I
: Voght left by plane Wednesday Stores!' : Mass still have a big selection
Roy At The i Sail Drip in 30 minutes
for Miami and from another vessel of the line, i h due of those snappy Felt Hats, all
I I ------
Enjoyable/ Dance Last Nighte I, there proceed to Jacksonville j to arrive Sunday morning from colors.REASONABLY silk PRICED.lined; VERY

I I where he was called because oft 1 j V- I New York en route to Tampa.Steamship PALACEBob i I Ii
At Key West Country Club the serious illness of his mother, BRAZOS DUE TO ARRIVE TO- Granada, of the i JACKETS ANDSWEATERS
J. G. KANTOR'SSpecial i
Mrs. Fernando Voght. Standard Fruit and Steamship I Steele in
!I' offerings on men's fine'suits MORROW FROM GALVESTON company is due from Philadelphia ALIAS JOHN LAW 1: All styles and colors, for
A delightful impromptu dance home for the holidays. ( tonight 9 o'clock will take fuel;; and boys
Mrs. Virginia McDermott\ who are advertised in Kantor'c Rex and Rinty and ComedyMatinee : men
informal and enjoyable { I
It was entirely oil at the Porter dock and mil for I
W-.s held last night at the Key advertisement in this issue. This SHOESAll
as spurofthemomentparties left by plane Tuesday afternoonfor I : S-lOcl Night; 10-lSc
Club by store has a fine stock of blue ,:I Ftootera, Mexico.
West Country sponsored are with young people. I Miami to spend Christmaswith new Spring stock, nvl'1''I
,the Misses Marie Thompson Ruth An excellent program of dance Mr. McDermott and other serge all wool worsteds, browns' Steamship Ozark of the Clyde-' I SPECIAL 40 styles to pick from
members of the family, returnedon Oxford grays, blues and many Mallory Lines, arrived 8:30 this BENJAMIN LOPEZ OFFERPERMANENT
Rose Galey Betty Moreno and music was provided, and the gayI in Buy With ConfidenceKANTOR:
I other suits. They are offered Jacksonville and -Ga- i
Elizabeth Ayala and Jack Key. I I young folk were much entertained the morning plane yesterday. aU styles. morning from 'I FUNERAL HOME I il I -aII -
This was attended by membersof and spent a happy, busy ;' Miami and after discharging cargo I'f i Serving Key West WAVESrwo I I
'of lumber and other freight,
the younger social set, college evening. Miss Edna Crisp arrived yes- Half Century Permanents gg QQ :
TOURIST HOTEL i{ sailed for New Orleans at 11 for .
-i-- I terday from Miami and is the '!' 24 Hour AmbnUne S.rvic. !
-- 4- house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray In order to avoid missing the o'clock. I Licensed Emlaa:.. r Better Wave, $5.00 and mp PHONE 897

Church Circle Arrange ProgramFor Navarro at the home on Caroline Oversea Highway ferry, norfE-; Brazos of the same line, is due Pnon* 135 Night 696-W MRS. MILLER 1
street. bound tourists are offered splen- tomorrow from Galveston en 407 South Street Phon 574-J
Gives Party VisitorsMore did accommodations at Big Pine route to New York and the Alamo
------- ---
I Frank Honyak, of the United Inn, which is only five miles from
The Young People's Depart- activities for the pleasure I i I the advertisement in today's pa-
States immigration service in Miami the No Name Key ferrys'ipMENDLLL'S I
ment of the Ley Memorial Methodist -'of winter visitors in Key West are,I and Mrs. Honyak were arrivals I i per.Items advertised c fine : An Index ToI

Church entertained with a being planned by the recreation over the highway this week to :: i include 1---
I blue suits full dress ties,
Christmas Eve party at the home section of the local WPA. |I I spend the holidays with relatives 'For the social events of the black shoes-in Star Brand: .* Ed-
and friends. Mr. Honyak will be
of Mr. and Mrs. William Almyda' Beginning next week a weekly New Year, Mendell's Exclusive gerton and Hart, Schalner &
card party will be featured at remembered by many as he was RELIABLE
on Virginia street. : the Key West Hospitality House, in Key West for several years as Men's Shop offers a fine line of Marx. Monito Socks an'49'ioneer s
Belts and Suspenders. 1
men's and accessories in "
Various Christmas clothing ,
were member the local
games 313 Duval street, and a tea dance, a of immigration I
played and refreshments consist- also will be offered each week.!,! unit. .

ing of coffee cocoa, sandwiches, The card party will take place on i I :-; MONROE THEATERAlice ,-
candy and cookies were served. I i Tuesday afternoons, and the tea'I' Ralph Lahr. business man of ea rts b Faye in f'IRMS

The following were present: !! dance will be staged Thursday Lincoln, Nebraska, who was in M edt,rg oPYlt ay MUSIC IS MAGIC
Elizabeth Rosam, Mary E.: afternoons. I Key West for about two years a -alsoATLANTIC wt'

Smith Roberta Matcovich Rosa- Clem C. Price;recreation super- captain in the U. N. Navy during vtGk ADVENTURE _ i

lip Carey, Margaret Johnson, Evelyn visor, today is addressing letters the world war arrived by plane Matinee Balcony, Oct Orelaea-
Niles, Ida Bethel Dorothy to the various hotels in Key West,; Tuesday morning and was the ,tra. 15-20c: Night 15-2Se ry
Sawyer Elizabeth Ru.sselI. i, pointing out that there. are various -I! holiday guest; of lire: and Mrs. _.
--- -
Albert Carey Ed Woodson, recreational features in Key[Wm. R. Porter. :Mr. Lahr leftI --- -- ---

Merville Rosam, Nolan Parker. West. such as tennis shuffleboards -I I I yesterday afternoon by plane en- fOLLOW% THE ARROW!

Roberts Carl Sawyer,,John, .Joe Richardson Pinder, Archie Owen' get detailed, and the information like. Visitors relative can i!I I route to his home Peninsular & Occidental I Steamship Company

Curry Ross Whitmarsh. to the locations by calling the'! John Bogart sanitary engineerin Effective December 22nd 1935.S. .

"Mr. and Mrs. Neville Sturrup recreation section of the WP&. charge of construction of sew- S. CUBA

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curry and erage and water distribution Leaves Port Tampa on Sundays and Wednesdays at 2:30P. And You Will Find In This

Mr. and Mrs. William Almyda. j jT j Church Festival projects in Key West, left yesterday M. arriving Key West 7 A. M. Mondays and Thursdays.,

by plane for a business visit Leaves St. Petersburg on Sundays at 4:15 P. :&1'. arriving
Mrs. Agnes CorJcro' I, Here Tonight in Miami and Jacksonville I Key West 7 A. M. Monday. I Directory, Stores Which Aim

Weds i Leaves Key West Mondays and Thursdays 8:30 A. :M. I
Ivan ElwoodIn
I Annual Christmas festival of P. L. Wilson, head of the South;I for Havana.
I St. Paul's Church School will be Florida Contracting and Engineering -I Leaves Key Wes rt ys and Fridays. 5 P. M. for Port i To Serve and Please You. They
the presence of members of held tonight in the Parish Hall on' Company arrived yesterday Tampa Fla." I ,

the bride's family and close, Bahama street. I t for a visit with Manager For further v informationjaA taie.o cad Phone 14.

friends of the high contracting This affair is usually held on'. E. A. Strunk, of the company, --J ,'J,).J,: H. COSTAR Afent. Invite You To Visit Them!
parties, Mrs. Agnes Cordero and, the Feast of Holy Innocents but I and to meet his host of friends. ,

Chief Ivan Elwood of the Key due to the fact that this feast fell --., -- ..
West Police Department last on Saturday this year, it was decided -. .
night 7:30 o'clock were joined in: to change the date to the -----

Holy The wedlock.ceremony was performedby I eve of short Holy service Innocents will day.A be .held in I MENDELL'S: 11 LIQUORS-BEER I SERVICE STATION SHOE REPAIRING

Rev. Shnler Peele of Fleming the church starting at 7:00 o'clock f I.I I.
Street Methodist Church in the I i and will be immediately followed Exclusive Men's Shop II CURRO'S PLACE i SWEETING'S SERV. STA. GOODYEAR SHOE SHOPH.

Kerr family residence at 410 i i by the program; and Christmastree BLUE SERGE SUITS I Duval At Petro sec Street I Paint Jobs That Hold Up Diamandi, Prop.
Simonton street. The bride was in the Parish HalL ''I Package Liquors of All Kinds I Expert Starter and CeDe Service I Old Shoes Wade As Good As New
attended by her daughter, Mrs. E.i I[ "The Nativity", a Christmas Single or double breasted; I y' g 1 ,-" t
I Beer and Wine I Phone For Service 612 Dnval Street
II. Gato III, and the groom's at- pageant will be presented by the fancy or plain backs; I' Jiffy

tendant was Joseph O. Kemp ser Young People's Service League. $17.50, $19.75, $21.50 1 U S E ICE ;t ti
geant in the police department.Chief I and $22.50 PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ FISHDEMERITT BAKERIESMALONEY&
and Mrs. Elwood will be the residence 410 Simonton "
at home to their many friends at street S1tCfl ITS PURER!
----- ----- SUITS 1 LASTS LONGER Yonll Like Tbe Prints We Make COMPANY Baker of Baker Boy Bread

l in any model I Photo Enclarfing A Specialty Specializing in Fresh Fish I Cake and Pastries

i I $29.75 ICE REFRIGERATORS 606 Dnval Street Foot of Front Street Phoae 818 812 Fleming St.

')I l12 i11 ..QIt,0TO FULL DRESS SHIRTS w I Made of all metal-equip- Phone 44 .. Free Delivery I
With 6r without collars made 1
;; ped with WATER COOLEPThey're ;
OURQffeda by Manhattan, 1 1rl 1,
$2.95 l Economical t COFFEE
((1b 100 Per Cent Refrigeration d *h !..* .-
50cBLACK I II "Get Oar Price. First" -t .Aak Y Gal''Grocer For7I1'ULOCKAMERICAN Cleanag-Pressiag
I 1'1 1 + Satisfaction 1 .
SHOESthe I Sheet Metal) Work Dayton Pumps COFFEE First Class Alterations
-T7-ERY soon each of out
friends will be receiving aninvuition I New Yorker styles or the Priced at 132 Simonton St. Ph.n_ 536 "or Half.:_Pound J Pkts. lOe,' 928 Division St.

last; .
to out Wedding;andwe I $3.95, $5.00 and $6.75 1 $20.00 POULTRY CLUBSFor < DRUGS

want it to be the best looking invitation we caa get."* Star Brand Edferton and UP

Nnnn Bath it EASY TERMS 0 DAYS If yon are looking for POULTRY Recreation Visit ORIENTAL PHARMACY

Naturally, you want your Wedding Invitation to be the I MONITO SOCKS r I FREE TRIAL visit or call THE NAVY CLUB Emilio Romero Prop.

:very finest;and that is why ve axe inviung you to inspect our I the new plaid in fine mixtures, 1 Fu1fo d'. Poultry Farm Green St. Opp. Western Union j l PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS

remarkable lmc of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invita- 2 pairs I l THOMPSON'S ICE CO Pn.n. 880 I Deliver You Are Welcome Pfcon 379 10OO Dvval Street

tions and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 93J- $1.00PIONEER BELTS I I)' ;! INPhone No.. 8 t BAKERY. i

THE ARTMAN PRESS $1.00 to $3.50 I t. I'll'I' JTJJJJ JJII I It
11 l 1 e : BUSY BEE BAKERYFine
Pies and Pastry
75c to $1.50
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