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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 28, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME LVI. No. 308. KEY WEST FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1935. PRICE FIVE. CENTS
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Schall's Death-'WkfeGapiiIn MAYOR GALEY [ VOIDING NRA I Ii PORTUGAL ALSO 1 MANY VISITORS I-BoraWiDecisive GestureOn .


I ALSO OPPOSES i ACT HELPFUL FEARS AIR RAID I START COMING


Ranks Of "New. : Da l"Foes WATER\ ISSUE I SUPREME COURT DECISIONIS SUCCUMBS TO EUROPE'S APPREHENSION TO THIS CITY .'G.: 0! P. Nomination

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Coupled With Demise Of I LOCAL '\WPA UNIT COUNCIL i AT-SPECIAL MEETING I I' IS BOON TO TRADE AND I II IN EVENTOF VAN HYNINGS HAVE GROCP. Worries Party's Leaders

CONFLICT I

Huey Long, WashingtonLost I I HAS GOOD RECORD YESTERDAY DECIDEDTO INDUSTRY OF FRIENDS WITH THEM e r

I MANY REFUSE TO Activities Of Idaho Send
INDEFINITELY
I POSTPONE ACTION AT QUARTERS IN NAVAL
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Two Great Fighters tBjr Melat4 Press) (By AMoelated Press) ., I

MINUSACCIDENTS NEWT,; YORK, Dec. 28.-Walter, LISBON Dec. 28.Portugalhas STATION ALLOW SPRAYINGOF ator Confuses Republican

In Political FieldBy I W. Smith president of the First I succumbed to Europe's apprehension -

National Bank in St. Louis in an as to air attacks in the I Plans For Coming
NEXT TO LOWEST IN REPORT Mayor Harry C. Galey told The event of war. Florida FERA Administrator TREES HEREHEAD
annual statement on business con-
I
HERBERT PLUMMER Citizen today he was heartily in Conrad Van Hyning and Mrs. Van CampaignBy
COMPILED RELATIVE TO Two committees have been l
accord with the action taken by ditions said the supreme court decisions I
lily AuOTlatr Frru
formed by the ministry of the interior Hyning have as their guests at
city council at the special meeting unconstitutional
holding
ORGANIZATIONS
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28.Bythe VARIOUS OF
to for ACTIVITIES SAYS
held yesterday afternoon when develop a program the commandant's quarters in the
the NRA and the Frazier-Lemke
singular and macabre coincidence INCLUDEDThis I council decided that all action on civil defense in Lisbon Oporto naval station, a group of four THOSE REFUSING ARE LIABLE BYRON PRICE
farm moratorium act stimulated and other centers.At (Chief .( B.r.... Tfce A Mrla.r4
the water franchise ask-
proposed friends who arrived
over the high- Prews
of death the senate's two trade and industry. it is out TO CHARGED{ WITH Washington)
ed by J. Rice Scott. Judge J. Ju- present, pointed way last night.In Senator Borah's latest and most
lien Southerland and Dr. Otto J. "These decisions did to Lisbon's only public refuges from
most bitter opponents of President district, the fifth, of the more CONTEMPT OF COURTII.
be indefinitely. air'attacks underground vaultsof the party are Air. and Mrs. convincing gesture toward tI.eRepubicaa
Sieplein are
Florida WP&.bad next to the postponed restore confidence-:and make*possible
Roosevelt have been stilled old,convents and the buried M. E. Steele, of Sparta; Wisconsin !
Florida the beginning of''expansion presidential nomination .
lowest accident rate of -
any The proposal to furnish Key ruins of i old Lisbon. The latter and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
before the opening of the 1936 district, during November, according West with a water supply at this in the heavy industries.'than'any which bars the advantage of large Poort of Oshkosh Wisconsin. S. McCIanahan, of the state: leaves Republican plans ir a.

con(ress. to a bulletin received this time was not tenable at all, said other single event,** he said. quantities .-excellent water. may They plant board in charge of spraying -! state of mack disturbance be
are planning to secure an activities in Monroe o:
from the safety divisionof the mayor. It will be time enough "As a result there 'exists the become, it is said an excellent re- county,: "
Huey P. Lane and Thomas D. morning when the sewerage project has apartment and remain for one told The Citizen today that there I threshold of the fateful 2&f of
,
the WPA in Jacksonville. first real promise barring unfor- -
treat.A week. are a number of people disobey-:
progressed farther than it is at : largesupply of masks is 9P
Schall active in the 1935 gas
so District 6, with headquarters in present to discuss water supply seen developments; that the heavy to be ordered. Another visitor who also ar- ing the injunction of the circuit 36.T. Hr

session, have lost their lives vio Gainesville, stood lowest with an he concluded.One industries soon will begin absorb- rived over:the highway last eve- court and refusing allow their many of the oM-lio Republican -
ning, is N. S. Gingrich trees and! shrubbery to be treat-
accident rating basedon other matter, that of authorizing ing an appreciable number of unemployed prominent -
frequency leaders who
this
at
lently. No two other men in Commissioner! Norberg ." BIRTHDAY HONORS business man of Mishiwaka ed. stag
1,000,000 man hours, of 15.1 Indiana, who is planning- There are others however. control
Lave been more vocal Thompson to discuss with officials extended : the party organization,
congress
while Key West's rating was of the company matters per- stay and is looking for a .laid Mr. McClanahan, who are I
,against the administration; certainly taining to rebuilding the destroyed 'BRITAIN'S FLEET FOR THIRD REICH suitable .apartment. offering no objections to the plant i Borah's willingness to run appear

: 22.6.The accident frequencies ranged -' portion of the Florida East This is Mr. Gingrich's first visit board members and employes i to Gave come as u great sur
no others would nave been Coast Railway. was discussed and I'' I to Key West. He is; looking carrying cat the court's orders I
I from the low 15.1 recorded TOUSENEWFUEGOVERNMENT \ prise.
on ,
more arduously opposed for re- the authorization was given Mr. I PREROGATIVE OF SOVEREIGNS for the -warmest place in the C and are placing no obstacles in I II .
election. : in the Gainesville district Thompson. I United States he said, and was!I I I the way of the board to impede For weeks they bad closed their

j I to a high of 38.4, in District 3. j I INTRODUCEDBY I promptly told he was in the warmest I l the program. minds to such a psssaWlity. In

The way in which they met Every effort is being expendedby MANY UNABLE TO WILL TRY OUT NEW DECREE spot, and -he decided to stay. j r People who refuse to permitthe spite of repeated warring indica
death was widely different-i Lieutenant Colonel Mark E. board and employes to spray
the section of the local
at safety PETROL WHICH IS MADE Guerin U_ S. A.* and Mrs. Guerin the trees are deliberately refusingto tions to the contrary, they had
Long from assassin's bullet
an
administration to keep the num- SECURE'PASSAGE have'advised the WPA"housing obey a circuit court order, Mr. clung trustingly to their original
Baton Rouge La., and Schall the FROM COAL I
(fir AM *la< 4l Press)
blind Minnesota Republican, ber of accidents as low as pos department of the arrival at Key McClanahan pointed out, and are assumption that the v an from
pros- BERLIN Dec. 28. "Birthday
acially from automobile injuries sible. ON PLANE TRIPLACK honors" hitherto the-prerogativeof West Monday morning from Tam placing themselves in a positionto Idaho was "just talk. -g again,"
the be haled before the tribunal
pa on Steamship Cuba. They on
buffered almost within walking (Hr Axiorlatr. Preen sovereigns have been introduced I and never would do &-at he was
will be contempt charge, and this
at Casa1 Marina where the is
distance of the national capitoL LONDON, Dec. 28. Britain's into the third reich threatening to do.
ARTICLESMADE by a
MORE colonel will remain for 10 days just what is going to happen, he
Too, they were wholly dissimilar fleet soon may Ee burning petrol decree from the ministry of the, and Mrs Guerin will the, The realization that. he is In
FACILITIES CAUSE spend
personalities in many respects. OF made from coal. Auto owners already interior. said.When about earnest has dawned at a most interesting -
rest of the winter.HOSPITALITY. i 50 Key Westers
alike chiefly in the unparalleled AVAILABLEBY SEVERAL TO BE FORCEDTO have bought it, unknowing. Titles promotions and decora-I I strenuously) objected to having moment. The movi-

vigor of their denunciations of ly in a mixture with a well tions will for preference be, I their trees and shfubberjf men for a ceBaatvative, "!;ounU

Mr. Roosevelt. But in this one ,CUNIC UNITMANY REMAIN OVER UNTIL t- known fueL awarded henceforth on Reichs- UNIT they we're ypmmoned *P- business" ticket and platfonn.'

regard they., .relations ,extra- "FOLIJOWING'DAYS A'*SI0.000,000 plant in northeast fuehrer Hitler1 birthday -April I pear before crima1n>tint Juries with iifrtlin'-'ttrf"'fciiJ"' t unuttM'C J lived

ordinarily close for regular Re- England, for the making of 20. I TO STAGE PARTY refused to find anv of the parties up in imposing phalanx: for Re-
publican and an insurgent Demo- oils by hydrogenation of coal has Other appropriate dates'for I I guilty and the plant board publican victory had attained almost -

crat. NECESSARY THINGS been placed in full operation.Two such solemnities are: "The day [ decided to take the matter to a bandwagon proportions.

Unanswered Question CONTRIBUTED BY MEMBERS Prospective passengers on thousand men will be directly of national resurgence" January ON NEW\ YEAR'S1ARRANGE higher ourt.It Republican hope of winning the
For further coincidence both planes plying between Key West
I employed in the expected 30; national labor day. May 1, was then asked that an injunction election on that basis had risen
were to come op for re-election I, OF COLORED HYGIENE and Miami are being left fre- annual production of 45,000,000 and harvest day, October 6.CUBABRINGSIN. I t I be issued out of circuit higher than at any time since tht
in 1936. It was not generally quently, it was 'said, today because gallons. court restraining the objectors defeat of '32.
Schall had told facilities.A I ANOTHER ENTERTAINMENT .
known but friendshe CLASS FINISHING COURSE of inadequate
Two hours after a lump of coal from interfering with the. board Now all calculations. are undergoing : -
hoped and expected Long togo party of five who were "
enters the labyrinth of machinery IN INTEREST OF and employes in currying out the; revision.
into Minnesota to help campaign ,anxious to come to Key West were and tubes it has been transformed : instructions of the chief I officials Three: Salient: c

for him. Just a few days More articles have been made .I.deprived from making the trip to- into fine oil ready for use.: Gov-I 54 : VISITORS NOW, IN I ISLAND of the board relative to spraying g To understand t .sitaMion of

before the Minnesotan's death vis- available at the FERA clinic day because there was only room ernment officials look to this new PASSENGERS CITY trees nad shrubbery in all that the old-fine. UaorrsY wTw aspire t.
itors to his office might have seena "loan closet" through the for two of them. Yesterday there I Flora throughout 1936 and
gen- process to help rejuvenate the i iI "portion of Monroe county. continue
great pile of the slain Long'sold erosity of members of the ('oloredhome were several who tried to secure :stagnant coal areas of the north-i I ida. lying west of a, north. and thereafter their,prestet domination
political newspapers. hygiene class. reservations for the trip to Mi- east country. VESSEL LEAVES LAST EVENING .: south line projected through the of the party organization, it
Concededly. the administrationwas ami West this afternoon Members of the Key West Hos-
from
Key -
'A"t the of the
completion course easternmost point of No Name it necessary to take account of
spared an ardcous and perhaps told there WITH 56 ON BOARD pitality League will stage another
were was no "*
which Mrs. Kath-
was taught Key.
by i only three salient facts:
a losing campaign against erine Canova. members of the room and left this morning over ROYAL OFFICE FOR TAMPA party complimenting winter visitors i- I The case was heard several': 1. Borah's pulling power
Long. Schall's death left forever in this city next Wednesday
class presented 22 diapers two the highway. weeks ago in Miami before Judge I among the rank and file is un-
unanswered the intriguing ques- flannel jackets two baby sheets,. Arrivals this morning were: New Year's evening. The affairis !Jefferson B. Browne Judge H. F. questioned. No one disputes that
tion: had both lived and had Lone: ABOLISHED to start 8:30 o'clock and will be
Paul Linz, Carl Rydstrom. Fred !
two baby dresses and one pair of Steamship Cuba arrived from, Atkinson and Judge Paul D. he can go into the conventionwith
into Minnesota for Schall held in House 313 I
Hospitality
gone James ,
Bartell English, Arnold
baby socks. Havana yesterday with five first Barnes. The Key Western Mere a.large bloc of delegates,
would it not have been a hard I These articles in the Tanner Joe :Mondul, Peark.M.: Duval street. represented by E. P. Roberts and with far
are placed class passengers and one second perhaps more delegates
task to defeat him taking into This will be the third social
loan closet, and are made avail Cole Harry B. Cole, DavH; ltl\: REGIME IN FRANCE SNUFFED class for Key West; 20 first class [son, E. R. Roberts. The board than any other candidate.
consideration the fact that under function given by the league this
able to who otherwise Donald Louis BritnitzEleanor. was represented by W. H. Ma-1 2. Borah's
those tircumstances there most persons Lemaire. OUT BY PREMIER for Stfl Patqjiprg;' ; 22 first class winter complimenting visitors. ideas about mone-
certainly would have been a three- would not be able to clothe prop- and six second class for Tampa. Christmas evening the league entertained -fl lone.At tary "reflation" and his views on

cornered race between: Schall erly. young babies. I LAVAL The ship jUiteo' 5 o'clock for; J with 'a Christmas party the conclusion of the arguments various other subjects are entirely -

Floyd Olson the ''Farmer-Labor The articles were given by MOTORISTS FOOT .. :' Tampa and St., Petersburg with, during which a musical. program the court took the matter: out of joint with those of
members of the class in :;: i under consideration and within i the
appreciation I 56 passengers eight having boarded } old-Inns leaders and violentlyout
leader and the Democratic nom- I was given and many of the old
inee? of the course which' they, had '. /fly A_...... ,p;....r i I th..ves9el at Key West. familiar carols were sung. 24 hours granted the injunctionand i, of harmony with the kind of
A 'Curious Aid' taken. AFFLICTS BRITAIN' PARIS Dec. 28.-.#. survival of i :SteamerrGrenada, -or: the ;Members of two committees of f issued an -order restraining!!!: campaign those leaders have been

Long add Schall alone of all the royal regime inn France,. .the Stan<
senators drew no line of restraintin FENCING SCHOOLS office of referendary: to the seal company.;arrived in port last groups have combined with the board in carrying'out I j I 3. Borah personally, on the

their attacks on the administration !- "STEPPING ON GAS" DEVELOPS of France, was snuffed out by! night 8:30 o'clock and Sailed mid- as 'a special group to arrange orders issued from state head-.basis of his record of independence:

Schall went beyond the I "ACCELERATORNEUROSIS" one of Premier Laval's last de- night for Frontera, Mexico, after' these affairs which are meeting quarters. i j i,within the party has been and
President himself and sharply ARE QUITE BUSY cree-laws. I takinq fuel oil at the Porter Dock with a great deal off success. Last week Sheriff K. O. Thompson |!continues to be a thorn in the

criticized .Mr. Roosevelt-an al MALADY In the old days, it was the duty Company. I All winter visitors are invited I was provided with 54 copies flesh of those who nominally control -

most unprecedented procedure.Not I "- of the referendaries to see that I, Norwegian Steamship! Primo., to attend the party and local per of the restraining order and on:]s 1 the party. They know what

even an enemy would have (fly Associated Press) letters-patent were in order before from Port Liberty! Haiti bound. sons also are welcome. Thursday and Friday Chief Deputy would happen to them if Boran
HUNGARIAN
denied that Schall indeed was a I CAPITAL FLOUR- LONDON, Dec. 28.-Latest addition the great seal was affixed to I to New Orleans, arrived in port Bernard T aite and Deputy Ray gained control

"fighter." as Mrs. Schall characterize ISHING WITH INSTITUTIONS to the list of ailments them. Royalty vanished but the this morning and berthed at the Elwood visited the homes of 54!!!! The sum total of these facts i ii is;

him as he lay gasping for known to medical science is job remained. i Porter Dock company's main pier. STEADY CLIMB IN persons named in the order presenting -:;|i: that Borah's emerges as a full-
I "motorists caused No The ves-el:: is laden with bauxita each with of the candidate forecasts
life in a Washington hospital. He foot by pressing appointment to the office a copy fledged a pre-
was three years old when his the accelerator too long and has been made since 1892, the from Dutch Guiana sisal fiberand BUSINESS SEEN court's mandate and in a number]j i convention struggle of great bit-
father died and. as a youngster too hard. _fflB work being done by one or two: cocoa beans, and made Key 'of instances when so requested''terness, and a major split in the
he blacked boots. At 12 he was (fly AnmmtlmtftBUDAPEST trees, Official discoverer and sponsorof officials at a sixth of the cost. I West to replenish her bunkers read the order to the person i:!convention itself.
illiterate. He played email-time' Dee. 28.-While the malady is Dr. Henry De- with coaL named. J|I I Point To Deadlock

baseball and once won $25 and a other businesses skid downwards, vine of London who calls it "ac I Steamer Brazos from Galveston CONTINUED IMPROVEMENT 1| There is plenty of reason to

cow in a prize fight. By extraordinary -i fencing schools in the Hungarian celerator neurosis" in the British YACHT DIXONIA andNew Orleans, arrived J i( doubt whether Borah or anyone
effort he learned the' capital are flourishing. Medical Journal. I with cargo for Key West, took'on INDICATED FOLLOWINGSURVEY KENNETH WINTER\ I'I'of. his expei- iced friends believes -

law. and clients were coming in Theii thief customers are gov- The main symptoms he says ARRIVES HERE shipments of sea food products MADENEW he can be nominated in the
when blindness struck him. er.nment officials parliamentarians include numbness, heaviness and I and a miscellaneous assortment;I IS face of the determined character

lie wanted to give up, but Mrs. :jajir-fiartyrlriJers who take tingling often traveling upon the II I and sailed 11:45 o'clock for New f TRANSFERRED and entrenched position of the

Schall told him: "No. Tom, we're dafly* IcAbns"l!ri* handling the I leg to. the knee.. There even maybe I I York. j (Oy A.I.... Prose j i opposition.He .

going to practice law. Ill be your sabre-the weapon generally ('hos-I I swelling of the foot and leg VESSEL WILL REMAIN UNTIL YORK. Dec. 28.Con PLANT BOARD OFFICER HAS:' has worded his declaration

eyes." Thereafter all his life she en to ,settle; differences and. in advanced cases, the foot TOMORROW WHEN IT WILLSAIL I WATSON INJUREDON i tinued improvement in businesswas of purpose very carefally; to prevent -
was his eyes. Schall learned then political opponents.. may lose its functions. fA forecast in a review of the BEEN ASSIGNED TO .: domination of the convention -

to regard blindness as a curious Hungarian: political leaders frequently The physician suggested that FOR HAVANAMagnificent I year by A. C. Needles presidentof 'MIAMI' ( by the old crowd by.no-
aid because: as he put it, "the must defend their points manufacturers equip cars with Ai .1- MARL TRUCKJulius the Norfolk & Western! Railway DUTY IN ]1 i toopoly/* by big baste ess. To this
passing show no longer intrudes." of view dh''the'duelling< ground. hand feeds. I : company. t he makes his candidacy incidental.

"The blind man's interest in the Three prominent car builder, Yacht Dixonia, I "Current developments indi- Kenneth Winter, of the state 1;He is wilting to give way to any

glitter and show cf things is gone. MASONIC NOTICE however, suggested that Dr. Di- with the owner C. R. Walgreen. Watson driver of one of I cate continued improvement," he plant board who for the past two 1 other "liberal." but is oat to

,1 live through my mind and. I vine's patients must have been and party of 10 on board, arrivedin 1 I the WPA marl trucks operatingat 1 stated. "Business is preparing for yean has been. in Key West attachced head off those whom he does not
like the much-used key. it must All members of Dade. Dr. Felix I I driving bare-foot. port early this morning and *x the swimming pool on the I further expansion. to the quarantine division'of regard as ':liberal."

grow brighter." Varela and Anchor Lodges are' berthed! at Pier 5 in the naval boulevard yesterday, received I The extent of that expansion, the board has received orders;
requested to meet at the temple i station yacht basin. minor injuries when the truck I of course depends upon govern- transferring him to Miami. j
NOTICE I or Presbyterian Church, White NEW YEAR'S EVE The Dixonia is in command: of I capsized into the pit. !meat i restrictions and controL With -}In. Winter and the ehO- '

street December 29th. for the (December 31st) Captain I_. Jackson She is 136: The vehicle was at the cavity Business has been sobered"by the dren. Mr. Winter win leave over, +
There will be a dance at the purpose of attending Divine Services -I SUNRISE DANCE feet l long 23 feet beam, draft of i for a l load when the edge' gave I I depression. It is ready and eagerto the highway next Tuesday morn.':, $tt\g'rdm SaJ
Key West Country Club on New in commemoration of St. 10 feet and carries p crew of 13. way. Mr. Watson received lacera- sro forward. big. "I will leave on the last day, k
Year's Eve for members and in- John's Day. Service starts 7:30p. 10:30 RAUL'S 5:00 It was announced by the o\:'net I tions about the forehead, went to "Given greater freedom to ex- of the year 1935 and take up my 4fH

vited guests. Don't miss it. m. Dell Woods* 8-Piece OrchestraFor the vr'*el will remain in port today the Marine hospital for treatment"I I ercise private initiative, business duties on the first day of the WHISKIES AND GINS

C. G. HICKS. CHAS. S. LOWE I Reservations Phone 9117 and early tomorrow morning after which he was able to return can chart and hold to a steady year 1936," Mr. Winter: told The I

dec28-lt Secretary.. dec28-lt D. D. G. M. sail for Havana, Ccba. to work. J|I course of true-recovery." Citizen. I

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PAGfi: TWO" _ THE >DY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1935.i1eitp .

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\ A METHODIST MERGER ......5s..e..Stl..e..e ........Se00e0.0SSSSSSSSToday's

t! i KEY WEST IN 1" t tV\ iFiU' ;Today's r ;; : Horoscope LEGALS

IN THE rmctrrr cornT or TUB
.. Methodists in
Published rally: Kzc I Three large groups of DAYS GONE BY ,.. ......e..e.......... ELETVRXTH JTOICIAI. CIRCCITOF
......... Anniversaries
THE CITIZEN ; S ........S'.... THE sTATE OF FLORIDA,
I.. P. ARTXAM. this ountry: have agreed to consider a n. ...;. Today's U affectionate l> AND FOR .O%ROE COOIV.IV .
.. lir an :
Just 10 Tear I
I ....
Lowest.! Higst .e..ee.e..e........t CHAKCERT.William : .
JOB AULEX. Aaalatant I proposed merger into one general church, Ago Today As Taker From Station last night last sympathetic nature which will be Curry Soaa Company,
'
Fron The Citlsen Tli. Files Of Tfc. Ctis. 24bonra 1789-Catkirine Maria Sedg deserving of a much better re- a corporation organized under
Corner jreene and which would constitute the third largest B :, A1ilene ,_ 38 (8. wick, popular writer of her day.! ward than it is likely to the law of the Stale of ,
Atanki; 22 receive.1 Florida. Complainant
unit in the nation containing : -'- 34 born at Stockb-i'ge, Mass.! Died I There is a : ) TS.Percy .
religious Boston .., .
.1
Only Daily Newspaper Cot la e Completion of the oversea high -r. 14 24' in Boston, July 31, 18G7. wholeheartedness of spirit! than A. Cook and Beatrice XX
membership of over seven million people. way for the first 15 miles is assured .t Buffalo -- 10 16 Cook.Defendants..
will go far to offset some of the ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt :
Entered at Key West. Florida at an early date. This will Charleston 28 33 r I 1824- deficiencies of character
FlF'I'T.IIXTU The original Methodist unity was provide a thoroughfare over Stock! Chicago '.'-'. 12 ;:, .18 Southern! botanist, born in Ger filed in the above stated cause thatPercy
help to success, which,will be ultimately A. and Beatrice D. Cook,
Island Boca Chiu.'Saddle Bunches Denver h__'_ 30 50. many. Died at Asheville N. (X, Cook
,. AM. broken in 1830 when the Methodist Protestants -J I attained. tae defendant therein named, are
Umber t and Detroit = e U July 17, _1901.182S each of the ofScotch
Sugar Loaf Keys, At the ---- remdeat town
the. Associated Pr*'s 1. '.x ln : I' Plato Hi the State ef NewJersey.
differed on the question of lay Galveston 52 GO
rep special of
meeting
li county com-
for republication of news Subscribe to The CitizenfOewee1tJ7. That the said Perry A.
-Henri Georges' de Blow- .
it or not otherwise crashed resentation. About 1844 another schism missioners last night it was clearly Havana _._ 62 Cook and Beatrice IX Cook are ea>:It
U.e local p.w. pai."l h d her* evident that member of, Huron ..._.1. 12 12- I its, celebrated Anglo-French over' the age of 21. it I* therefore
occurred The every journalist born. Died Jan. 18, ordered that the wild Percy A. Cook
over the subject of slavery. Jacksonville __ 30 4.
the board is to and Beatrice D. non-reidi
speed! Cook
eager up I
ITIONAL) I Kansas City 20 2\i\ ..1903. LEGALS JXOTICB It defendants be and they are ea< h
road activities
t
16 ,,' AS two issues which divided the church into building and they hereby required to appear to the
KEY W."IST 55 -
expressed themselves as being,. 58 1835-William E. Chandler Dill filed In said
of Complaint cause
I I StLE I
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three separate branches have been disposed -I Little Rock 2-1 28 OP :rs; : !
determined to bring about increased ; New Hampshire statesman, sect Notice I* hereby that un-I on or before Monday the lOa day ofJanuary
Los Angeles 52 U Set and by virtue of certain order! A. D. ISM. otherwise the
__Srw15CRIFr' i of in the course of years and unification speed if there, is anyway I tary of, the navy and U. S. senator and decree of foreclosure a and sale I alteration of said Bill wilt betaken
Cme Tear in the world it be done.t' Louisville 12 U born at Concord a. confessed by ad! dfendanta. <>
Six Months .,_.,. can N.H. Died made and entered on the 2tth day
'Three UoathsOae would seem now to be possible. Miami ._.._ 44 U. there, Nov. 30, 1917.1835Archibald of November, A. D. ISJi. in and by' ,
Eleve.thi* It Is further ordered that thisOrder
Month. __ It is expected that five years will pass Minneapolis G 8, the Circuit Court of the be published once each week
Did p. DeYoung editorial and JndiciaJ( Circuit of the State of Flor-
Weekly 1 New Orleans U 48.t Geike famed for four consecutive weeks in The
Ida in and for Monroe County In)
ADTEBTlIDG ) before the plan can be acted upon by the feature writer for the National t t New York 18 26 Scottish geologist, born. Died Chancery in a cans therein >> Key West Citizen, a newspaper published

'Had known on application.SPECIAX. three groups and their local churches. Un- Magazine is in,Key West to pre Penszeola: ...--- 36 42 Nov. 10, 1924. ing Florence wherein IL Alley Jesse, L.his Alley wife, eDd-1 This in ttth said day County of November.and State A. D.

pare general articles for the February ._._ 3 12 plaintiff and George W. im.
]( Pittsburgh
der the church and
proposal
government .
issue of the' magazine. Besides 18i6-.Woodrow Wilson law ,som and the wife of the said George (SEAL) ROSS C. SAWTBR
.11 reading notices, card I ._ IS 20
"t. Louis
St. I W. Hutchinson, whose name i* unknown Clerk Cimit<< Court.
_. administration will continue to be episcopal general stories the developments Princeton University
rt'apect.<< obituary lIotl etc.. on Salt Lake City 28 38., yer, professor Michael Killacky, if living I By FLORENCE E. SAWYER.
the Notices rate of for!.entertainments cents a. line. by the ranking executive body will bea on the Keys and in,San Francisco! 48 60 president, New Jersey governor and. if dead,other the claimants heirs, devisees aDder IW1'2.;Deputy dU.Clerk-lS
a 'revenue Is to be derived are Key West there will be one special 28th President born at grantees or .._
general conference held once in Quadren- I Seattle .-:.- 46 52i the said Ulehael Killaeky.
The Citizen tf n oten article on the Overseas'Company' ._ 50Washinton Staunton Va. Died Feb. 3, 1924. and the wife of the said .ct.\\ iv THE ciRcrrr COCRT op THE
lion of it > aed Tampa 36
public but K .s nium half of the members of which will be development on the Islede' i Killacky. whose name is ELEAE\TH JIDIC1AL.; CIRCCITOF
Interest not publish
: 18 26 I ......... are defendants foreclosure of THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
caUOD"IMPROVEMENTS and below this will be lesser Palma. ee..eeee.e.ee. of tax sale certificates the nnder-1 I ,".
laymen con- Wi1Iistt'n .. 8 14 IV AND FOR MONROE CO \T
--- .
ferences for districts and various localities 'The ''be i Today In History.ee..s..s. !signed offer Special for sale Master and In will Chancery'will sell at!:r Nina Ferrari, Plaintiff.
fire to staged tonight
camp : ;public outcry, for cash, in hand, to es.
FOR Bayview' Park by the TeitiperatBres-1 .. :I 11 be highest and bent bidder at the' John Jacques Ferrari

ADVOCATED : GOLD'AND- SILVER'PUZZLES Eag'e. Scouts bids.Ill i?1'tti be oae Highest ..1!sift'n.'_..:.- __:..:.._58 1831-Insurrection among the I I. front House, door of Monroe of the County County P'1orlda.1 Court,,i I ORDER OF Defendant.PUBLICATIONIt '

of the most entertain instructive Lowest __ _... 65j in the City of Key West. Florida'during l,
land 4 appearing by the sworn bill
r black slaves of Jamaica-had mistaken l i
events of theeek..., The Mean"j._ :: .=:::_.., ._,._.56j j, the legal hours of sale, onMondar. I filed in the above stated cause that

1. Water. and. The gold held in the United'States Is fire will be lighted as' the Indians j I j Normal. Meanir.._-....-,,-":...... ,...70 ment had belief granted that British them D. l$3t: the the Cth following day of January described1land A.j i,,I John herein Jacques named Ferrari la a non-reeid the defendant of

?u 2. sa 4""':" above the ten billion dollar mark, with the light their: fires., No ;match arc I :- ,,'Rainfall* pation which was held Govern-I'I County, situate of Monroe, lylaff State and being of Florida in the, the State of Florida, and that herealdea
Bridges to ( tick''rubbedtogether ; I I at 4'H >th Avenue in the
flow of yellow metal from abroad con- used. Instead,,Jwo ; I festsrdayVPrecipitation: .0 Ins. Jamaica planters. to-wlt: city of New York and State of NewYork
land. until a'parkignites; the' Normal,Precipitation., _- .03 Ins. Lot Thirteen (12) of '1'.1'I' !I and that the said John Jacqoe -
tinuing. dry wood. This js! the moat"jrim i .TaM ree rd s-es :*:.t-t* mr erl..4 I nier Cove to a subdivision thereof recorded, according I. Ferrari i* over the age of Si
plat
1835-Dade Ma
$. Free Port. .' Massacre j. yean; It Is therefore ordered that
This is more than the entire world'sstock itive method known and'was later idl.K / n rl"ethin AlmanacSun mvrmimfTomorrow's Dade with 110 soldiers and 7 officers In-Plat. Book On. (1) at pageIe2. tthe said John Jacques Ferrari, nonresident

: 4. Hotels and of monetary gold ten years-ago, the followed by the flint mud' steel rises ._, ,_.._ 7:11 & m. attacked by a band of Sem- !I I Public Monroe Records County, Florida. 1' hereby required defendant to "appear and to n* the i*

I 5. Bathing,Pavilion largest amount ever held by a single nation There of our will great-grandparents be a splendid program day. Sun sets .._....,,_...._ _._ 5:47 p. m. inoles and all but 3 Americans. I i and Lot Fourteen (14) of Tavernier I on Bill or of before Complaint Monday, filed, in the said(th causa day
:Moon rises __,_10:09 killed. Cove a subdivision according -
a. m. I I of January. A. D. lilt, otherwise I
6. Airports-Land and twice as much as any nation had rendered by the visiting scoots Moon sets ....__._ _.10:04 m I f to plat thereof recorded !! the allegations of said 1 Bill will be
I p. | in Plat Book One (1) at
and mmebers of the local troops. I page : taken aa confessed by said defendant. -
7. Consolidation of up to two years ago. It is nearly seven t Tomorrow's<.le* 1846 Iowa admitted to Statehood I 10S, Monroe County, Florida. I I .
Governments. A.M. P.M.! -:29th State. 1:!I I. Public Records. It is farther ordered that this
times the am/rant of gold in the United Dated December 7. IMS. i
1 Anthony Fokker inventor of I Order be
I High .____ .f. 12:50 I I I I, WILLIAM V. ALBTJRT, for four published once each week
States in 1914 and compares with $4,033- the type of airplane which i? nam- 'Low ..._ 6:24 6:00 1908-Great earthquake l in :" Special Master In Chancery.W. Key West consecutive CItisen. a newspaper weeks in. published The

The most efficient 000,000 at the end: of January, 1984-just ed this for afternoon him arrived in -a monoplane in the city of Barometer 8 a. na. today Calabria and Sicily. j! Solicitor. CURRY for HARRIS.Plaintiffs.dee714212t' I II This in 10th said day County of November and State.A. D-
I I
Sea level! 30.08. ; Jan4I i 1935.
most efficient'assistants.. before devaluation. his own construction. He was I 1919 National Industrial! ]i I I (!SEAL) ROSS C. SAWYER.
We confess we understand very little en route from Cuba to Miami and WEATHER FORECAS1 Board published figures showing I!I IV THE CO CAT Y JUDGE'S: COCBT Clerk Circuit Court.
;
Advertise in The about the subject. With bankers and financial his stay was brief. AccompanyingMr. cost! of living rose more than 80 I i[|I IV AND FOR. IV XOVROE PRORVTR.COCNTY.FLORID4. .,!, By FLORENCE E. Deputy SAWYER Clerk.,
: the Fokker was Lieutenant G. R. (Till 8 p. nu, Sunday) per cent since middle of 1914. I In re: Estate of I I nov30; de 7t42l2lj
experts denouncing govern Pond U. S. N. who is leave. I{ OHBL'L SUMMERS LONG (0.
investment, not as a .: on Key West and Vicinity: Mostly I 8.1
ment for refusing to redeem "in gold" and cloudy with occasional rain, tonight Georgia and there has ben rain I r LONG NOTICE). TO CREDITORS Deceased. i ii j I NOTICE

doubting the expediency of devaluationthe Laborers this morning began in middle and west Gulf coast jTo all creditors and all personshaving ;': iv THK COt 5TY jrDGfr* rontr
Many a patient des; the work of remodeling the fatal districts, over the far I't i claims or demands against : 1% A>D FOR MONROE COtVTV,

have-sense enough to precious metal poured into the country Jefferson. Guests have been notified : end on the north SouthwelJt.l I said You Estate and each: of you are hereby i,.I' In FLORIDA.re Estate. ofI I* FHORITR.

rections. nearly $3,000,000,000 parking herein they can remain for a weekor I 1 Pressure is high this morning from j notified and required to present anyclaims I I I MARY J. LOWE.

the last two years. 10 days longer whi' work i.1 the Lake region southward- over I either of and you deiuajida may have which against 7eor tb.1ut i Notice Is hereby Peceaoed.given to all
going on preparatory to I the East Gulf and South Atlantic t. of OSBUL SUMMERS WHO!: whom it may concern that Myrtle
Not understanding gold we hardly expect trans-j deceased, late of Monroe County,' L. Host
the
Most of the people forming the structure into States, and temperatures are still Florida, to the Hon. Hugh thin,,. on. of undersigned Administratrix
the Estate of
rich 'forget to try hard to exhibit wisdom in regard to silver. class office building.:: W. T. I considerably below normal from'1 I County Judge of Monroe County at J. Lowe deceased baa filed Mary with
rence, contractor of New York. is eastward |his office ill the County Courthouse the Honorable <
This government radically altered its silver the Mississippi! Valley' ,]f 1 Hnjrh Onnn Countyi
in Monroe County Florida withineight ,
severance. in,charge of the work and expectsto : with readings below in :, I i I Judge of Monroe Corfnty, Florida.
zero i calendar months from the,,i her final report and has made
3Q0. policy and one gain expected was improved have it completed in three northern Michigan, and freezing !! date of the first publication hereof. ;.; for her discharge n* Ad-application -
I All claims and demands not pre- '!': tninistratrlz of the Estate of Vary
trade from nations silver. Instead months.
on far south northeastern I
as as Florj j
Since obtaining a g Anew. sented within! the time and in the J. Lowe, deceased.
we find the policy producing a .?aMDcoA.u RAIN ida. Temperatures have risen inmost I'! manner prescribed herein shall be,I I I Dated December %1. 1135.i .
man is said to be barred as provided by law. .
Five hundred and forty-seven western districts and are i MYRTLE L. HUSTON.
monetary crisis in China and wonder whatit and Sunday; slowly rising I Dated December 14. A. D. ISIS. i As Administratrix of the Estate of
power. of speech. passengers left Key West on the generally near or above! normal I IiJ A. ELKLNA LoNG !I I.i Mary J. Lowe deceased.
i all is about. Governor Cobb yesterday en routeto temperattre; moderate east to S. KENNEDY j' A* Administratrix of the Estate of W. CURRY HARRIS.
iI southeast! winds. Ostoal Summers Long. Deceased for
j' Attorney Administratrix.decZS.
I Havana for or"eral [
a stay Officer in Charge.]
.e 135 ,
U-I-2I. im
; Jane
}aneIlltsssivssssoise'.isosoo
I
America ,.sm: Driv weeks the Island of Cuba. Florida: Cloudy, occasional: ;
................;,.................. on rains in north and west, portions -
out of the country and This morning there were 600 others -; issv
"THE WORLD"FOR GOD" leaving for a vacation in Cuba tonight and Sunday; slowly rising N\

them t. for. leaving." and 150 will leave on the. Cuba temperature tonight and in south .
this afternoon. and central portions Sunday.
The empty honors *. "I am the beginning and the endingRevelations ." I Jacksonville: to Florida Straits:

1-8. A new Red Cross secretary! has' Moderate northeast to southeast .
stows do not carry b winds and mostly overcast weather CALL
: .................................... been appointed for Key West and v 598
if they, did, who cares. will arrive in the city about January tonight and Sunday possibly e
A few more days and the New Year 1. The secretary! is Miss I showers Sunday and in extreme

The stock market is : will be with us. Clara Powell, formerly local sec-: north portion tonight.
here. In her I I East Gulf: :Moderate.: to fresh
It is not so to slide out from under retary announcing
easy
upward with a regularity arrival Frank H. Ladd said that east te southeast winds; overcast S

slickers to try it: again. the year 1935, or to enter at the 1936 tj soon as settled Miss Powell weather tonight and Sunday For Anything' ;

.. gateway. The hang-over from this year will start the annual membershipdrive. ; probably rain. -::%c : .

We read of a I. will remain long after its days have de- -...;..- I j WEATHERCONDITIONS! i "
To
Build
the first time he faced ,parted.The Editorial ,comment:., Anything, Or Repair d

Thereby setting a fine I whole crowd of us will be putting which parents; have-not learned,by, ; Pressure!continues! low over the '
experience they can'" now .,Ibm far Men
1935 on letters for several days after 1936 1 I northeast Eastport,
to from their children. ,' 5
I 2.69 inches, and a trough of .
has dawned and the extra wear and tearon
-7he way to the h :, low ;pressure extends from the .

human being, like the erasers due to this custom ini the days During; the holidays the :choir t ht>rthrn: Rrfclaes .southeastward, .

mals, is to give them immediately following January 1; would and music chcurch committee: pfesented of Congre.gational Mrs.,,,|lttltja4t23t'f6pehes.to the\ Rl. Gkaade.Valley Snow, Abilene., most. 5 Florida Cement ; Upson, ;Wall Board e eCorey's
-
make interesting diversion for several expert tb:
ing:;_ jSome Frank H. Ladd with a"gifli appreciation ly light\ Chas occurred during the
statisticians within the circle of our of her services as organist last 24' purs from the central \

ai j trying to acquaintance.We choir. and:The director Christmas of the rousia church including Rocky''Mountain' region eastwardt(
the''middle and
over Mississippi! Red Plaster
crime while others are carry over into the New Year all :te Christmas cantata, Ohio Valleys, the lower Lake region i Roofings Top

with 'it-and with of the happy and unhappy friends of 1935. ,"King or'1Cings. .bymns and,solos and northern: New Englandand (
much enjoyed by the
were very,
CU Every one of them will be with us, each as far south' as northern

exercising an effect of some sort upon our congregation.A ;: in compliment to Mrs. Porter
1Iel-1 Pine and Lumber
The best way to personality.A bridge l luncheon was given lings who recently arrived j Cypress o
today by .Miss Minnie Porter Harris Los Angeles to make her ,
to begin on an easy great deal of 1935 is going over in- at her home on Caroline street' Key West '

be ,surprised how many to 1936 with each of us-whether or not i ii.l.l.l.l.lIII'II..lII.Is W -

are in a hard job. we like it. I : Sherwin Williams amls i

But there are some things that we can .

Going to church leave behind and no power can make us '

would-be a good I take them into the new year unless we deliberately 5 For the NEW YEARGIVE

part of every inhabitant choose so to do. o i Screen Wire and Hardware ,

are certain : of THEM A
the ministers We can leave behind a knowledge SAVINGS ACCOUNT : .

with this observation. I condemnation for sin, and we can leave

Behind if will do it SIN. Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings *
i we I I Household ;
Anybody who has J 1 To be forgiven of sin is the experience S Account.! Start. one with us for him today for as .j..3 SuppliesSouth

the;' persons;receiving I bf every true Christian. The Church has I little as one dollar. From time to time add _to i iS it, '-I- ; '. .

ernment going to 1 who' ; .
are no patent on forgiveness; everyone When graduation and college come along he willS -- -'

Roosevelt has another reads this be forgiven, and this forgiveness
may be for themHe will learn the lesson
prepared soon -
Gratitude is an : 1 is the first step along the way to- I I

thing:'and applies esp ward an absence of sin. that it is not what you earn but what you save I

,calied'rational animal. You can do it, and here is how. that makes wealth. I
I
If you know yourself to be a sinner
Florida t & Co.

West, Henry and Miami's Chase, fire well -acknowledge If you are it.sorry for your sin-acJ The First National l Bank of Key West i S I Coitractmg Engineering


growth of the Magic City I.J knowledge it. Member of the Federal R.ene, Pkoie iSS White and Efea Streets

He.recalls when Miami for it. _
If want forgiveness-ask
you
year; 'now there are j If you you will do these things God Member of the Federal Deposit IRauraacs'Corporation i "Your kjrae. is worthy of the be t" S

an- average each day. J will forgive you, and you can be sure of it : :

records show, mg e. than i I through the exercise of. simple 1 faith, 1",11,111,1,;' .W"I.I.lIIIIII"j'IIII.lIIII.lII

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I fps srN V% .R-Mi tA ).M iwei THE its 17..f. tpY LADY taint M I KEY WFST'RWLE I .I PLAN TO OBSERVE i "MAC" DAY WILL SPECIAL SERVICESAT



= = w= bu David Garth == = M :::: CLUB WILL MEET ST. JOHN'S DAY I PREACH SUNDAYHoward I GOSPEL HALLR.

--I-. :;I _.... &oVrINOPS1. :

.: 7'wr. teatm aaa Don't know the Iou... Wby, the AGAINSHORTLYENDEAVORING FLEMING STREET METHODIST FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

foil to 'u if ceded earth tot' *km iegtafmtnt hell didn't you duck CHURCH CHURCHJ. Commemorating St. John's M. Day, better knownas J. Reid of Clifton New Jers .

and Ala roller art doing .* tPalva Willett ran fingers through his ; Day, members of all local Masonic I "Mac", is to occupy his fath- y, is now in Key West to conduct

HUdtr rtocr.tkt touting ttl *. oott.ffwrrrcJ and wU1 41- hair TO SECURE Cor. Fleming and William Streets C. Gekaler, Pastor !. bodies Dade, Dr. Felix Varela er's pulpit at the Baptist church special services at the Gospel

ta4t Witt,to i# Mt 720 street
ftrl .elto 1.. tutored *im oa Just a plain fooL 1 vas aboard the SUFFICIENt: NUMBER TO. Church school Streets Hall
a Mddm fw""rls.. abets UUdesTery meets at 9:45a. services at Presbyterian Mr. Day is home from Stetson On Monday his subject will be
ttUt Attain not to wont> Parajaio- at Roslna .B. AU 1 bad m. 'William N. Knowles, sup Sunday school meets at. 1C a. church on White street tomorrow College for the holidays with his
rmd gales fccr to ter'1ote1 JfewOcaraa to do was stay there and head for BECOME AFFILIATED WITH m. ,Oscar Norman "Darkness or Light"Tuesday
f. tka dwertc.a am erintendent. The Wesley Fellow superintendent ,, evennig. parents. He needs no introduction -
fcanr Aft, lea-wt (*. sew. la XJkrire PropiOLoire. And-I coaldn'L" NATIONAL ORGANIZATION Ii ship Bible Class meets in the pas The Adult Bibie Class is ,taught AU Masons have been requested to Key Westers for,he u a Children's program.
WUtolt fta* ** I.I fr-& very important Joa tor's study. by the pastor. to meet at the church in tim local boy himself, it.is.shown. .

--- "What d'ya mean-you couldn't'" Morning worship at 11 o'clock.'r Morning worship at 11 o'clock. for the services which starts at Young Day is preparing' to enter Holy Ghost"Thursday "
1 told you I was a IooLHe lookedYeI'J "The Holy Ghost as
Sermon "The Christ"t
Sermon subject: "Lannchc Out. : Returning 7:30 o'clock.praise the United States., as
Chapter 12 Another the navy
meeting Key
tired t.nU rangy Bronzed yooog of 'I Solo :Miss Alee a Seal an Earnest and Living Wa-
by Curry.
West Rifle Club will be held Intetmediate Epworth Leagutl'meets chaplain on the completion of Jv* ,
man. ,
REUNION IN JAIL Taafsirtter, Is to. It. I I o'clock. ter.
at 3:30 m. Miss Evening worship 7:30 by choir and congregation. college and theological coursejofstudy.
couldn't.walked right off that lousy shortly after New Year's Day, p. Sunday. "Harvest Time."
> ALLAIRE: clasped her hands be line Watkins, superintendent. .I(iro: be attended by the Masonic 7:30 oclock. .
boat and was the of ,
picked.up by police those sponsoring" organization An invitation is extended att l lto
hind her bead and Block her at my hotel. And Dad waiting' the club said this: morning- Hi-League meets et 6:30 p. m. Lodges and the Order of the Eastern Sunday at 11 a. m.. "Looking Tomorrow night Rer. Jamet'S': attend these services, state
long legs out before her. Miss Clarlow Star. Sermon: "Pillars of Backward.' ( 1
in charge. Day will preach or the subjectof
There than Before club become affiliated -
was more a mere steam the can I those in charge of the services.
Fanny.. she said musingly. valve In that exclamation.There was with the National' Rifle Young People's League meetsat Righteousness. Solo by Mrs. Watch night service, Dec. 31, the "New Deal," and win discos -
can't setm to set the Idea.rcrl'J" ." fi&O Norman J. Lowe Gekeler, "The Lord is My, Light. 10:30 of the needs the
genuine despair the echo of a night I Association, it is necessary to p. m. p. m.NEWMAN some pastor Subscribe to The Citizen-20
working on an Important president. I Mid-week\ Bible study Wednesday states : the .
of Indecision and doubt. Corrizan. or coming year.Today's
Job.Fos aald, "and he's horribly have 10 members .in the organiza- weekly.
of course didn't know that. Ha only Worship service at 7:30 p. m. at 7:30 p. m.CHURCH M. E. CHURCH
pressed for time. knew that I tion. Gunmen interested in forming Sermon and the I i ........................
Terry Willett had never subject: "Change
the club are endeavoring: to
"Of course. she UseJitecl.He'l been like this before. "
Changeless. OF GOD
probably right. .bbodWguld bare find others also interested, so (Colored) Birthdays KEY WESTCOLONIAL
i "How'd the police tall you aon2"Willelt Mid-week and Bible
acted the same way.The world's full shrugged."I'd that at the next meeting of the study Wednesday prayer at 7:30 m. A. T. McCaskffl, Pastor aa......................1 HOTEL
of anybodys. That's what. she I group it will be possible to apply p. J. )I. Gresham, Pastor Naomi Reddick, Superintendent I
added carelessly "makes It the same done plenty of prowling for a charter. Choir rehearsal Wednesday im- 1106 Olivia Street Mary Moreno Secretary Prof. Frank W. Tanssig!!! of HarI
around Rosin B.trying to get action: mediately following the mid-week In the Center af the Businessand
old place-a rattle wedding bells,I. The National Rifle Association Services Sunday morning services Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. yard professor emeritus of polit-

and a death certificate. out of who HHdez. Some the Of the dockhands it was pointed out offers many service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di 11 o'clock. Sunday service, 11 a. m. ical economy, born in St. Louis, Theater restrict
saw shooting
She looked straight ahead In si and; Ob.; the bell with U:!"recognized advantage to the gunman, making rector. Sunday_ school 3 p. m. Evening worship 7 o'clock. 76 years ago.Horace .
Watch-night service Tuesday First CIaaFlnprfS..iIJo -
lance biting her nether lip. eyes almost Corrigan scratched his Jaw and the arrangement of matches Evangelistic cervices, 7:15 p.

closed and the long dark lashes wondered If his usually carefree possible! allowing purchase: of evening beginning at 11 o'clock. m. Special singing.METHODIST eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeCLASSIFIED D. Taft retiring found Rat*

curling on her cheek. He touched brotber-ln-arms was drunk at this I supplies and materials from, theV'ar er-headmaster of the Taft School

her shoulder. time of the day. puzzled Bucky.He Department, and in other LEY MEMORIALM. E. EPISCOPAL Connecticut brother of the late Gang Elevato

"1 sent word for the car to wait forgot his own woes to trail along ways assisting the nimrod.r CHURCH; SOUTH :.. ,. CHURCH. SOUTH President-Chief Justice, born in Prices

but yon can change your mind easily with Terry and hover within ear Persons interested in joiningthe COLUMN Cincinnati 74 years ago. Popular

enough.Ton don't feel like going up shot when Willett underwent exam club should communicate with Rer. M.. 1.. Smith, Pastor .. I i u41 L r SALVADOR"

today. ination. Clem C. Price, in charge of recreation Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I Corner, Grinnell' and Virginia ....a...Uaa...........

"Oh yea 1 do." She snapped out The police judge regarded him with the local, WPA. Per- Church school at 9:45 a. m, Streets Advertisements under this head Thomas P. Henry of Detroit,

a. her reverie so suddenly that be critically. Then he began to speakIn who be members of the with Albert H. ,Carey. : ? )nperinten-: Rev. ; GuiUermo: Perez, Pastor president of the American Auto-
was startled. never felt more likeIt the rspid-fire Spanish of the police sons national association may and 'who have dent.
la my life. I'm going to find that examiner. SeSor WUIett on government not attended of the previousmeetirgs Morning worship *t''t' ''o'clock. Sunday schoo),''10!a. m. the rate of le a word for each insertion ,. Mass.,. 58 years ago.

damn little tramp steamer It 1 have contract. wasn't It?Ah.yes any Subject: "Star Guided.Folk,** Preaching' 8'''p.-in i but the minimum for the \

to fly all over the ocean and I'm goIng there was no real necessity for Lore especiaUy'I urged Price!: to Young People's Department has!I I Mothers'\ Club "meets Monday, first insertion in every instance is Dr. Henry R. Cloud Indian
in touch with Mr so
to do a loop right over It." his detention. They knew be hadn'tdone get its morning session in tbe Division :8'p. m.Bible. I
that he will know definitely just 25e.Payment head of Haskell, Kansas, born in M
the
It
had been
She stood and shooting. a with Miss for classified adver
up stretched her street school building I study and prayer service. Thurston Co., Nebr. 47
how will be in the club. years
woman, was It not so? A woman many
arms. Fox DeUced wonderingly the Alice Jenks as president. Wednesday, 8 p. m. tisements is invariably in advance,
flush In her cheeks, the whole tensely whom the stevedores could not iden Junior boys and girls at' 4 p. but regular advertisers with ledger ago.

relaxing lilt of her strong young tify satisfactorily. WILD\ GAME PLAYED m., with Mrs. Mary Thompson in "LA TRINIDAD" accounts may care their advertisements
body. charged. Sir Arthur S. Eddington, famed Hire This
listened to him Impas charge. Duval and Angela Streets English astronomer born S3
""Allaire.- said slowly you'reIn TERRY Young People's evening sessionat afternoon services by Advertisers should give their!
and said nothing at alL Scnday
BY SOCIAL OUTFITSFERA years ago.
love with him. lie Just stood there and reflected 6:30 p. m. Dr. DeDarritt street address as well as their tele- Army Of

There was another pause. She surveyed viciqusly he ought to be Jailed for I Evening preaching at 7:30 p. I Friday night services eondnctel phone number if they desire re-

him smilingly for a moment, being such a fool If for nothing else. 'Subject: -No Room for .m.1 by Rev. Perez.CHRISTIAN sults.With BENJAMIN LOPEZ I "Salesmen"THEY'RE

and then lit a cigaret and blew out Jumping off the ship with the BOYS DEFEATED SANITARY Prayer and praise service each, I each classified advertisement FUNERAL HOME :

the match with a'quick exhalationof thought that she might need help U Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The Citizen will give free an THE ADVERTISING -

blue smoke. a pinch should arise fool- PLAYERS BY Young people's choir practice SCIENCE: SOCIETY Autostrop Razor Outfit. Ask for Serving Key West i COLUMNSof

"No. rm not," she denied tran- The official began to frown. He bad fourth Friday 7:30 m.: it. Half Century I
on p.
qnllly. "But 1 could have been In no particular use for Americans any SCORE OF 1410The Church choir practice each Fri 327 Elizabeth Street 24 Hon Ambmlaac* S.rro*
time." She shook her blonde head Sunday school 9:30 a. m. MALE HELP WANTED Licensed Embalmer '
how. He demanded the name. He in Roland -
8 lira J.
at
and laughed. "Want to drive out timated. after due thought. that Administration boys defeated day p. m. Sunday morning service at 11 PLo_ 13S Night '">*

with me George Terry's release might be obtained as the Sanitary Department Adams, pianist o'clock. SALESMAN WITH CAR to In-

Once again he disregarded Embassy soon as the police could bring the players yesterday afternoon at Wednesday evening service at troduce new highly successful The Key West

Instructions to follow her woman before witnesses. Yeah a lot Bayview Park by a 14 to 10 FIRST METHODIST CHURCHCorner 8. o'clock. business! building premium to

down to the lift his brain whirling.For of greasy stevedores inspecting Al score. Reading room in Society building gas stations. Repeat business!! FLYwith CitizenThey'll

the first time In her life Al laire. jabbering guttural Spig. nod- The contest was to the bat- t open Tuesdays and Fridays assures excellent earnings; the-
and Eaton Sts
laire had been willing to surrender ding lousy beads-Willett almost ter's delight. Twenty-nine safeties *Simonton frcr1l 3 to I 5 o'clock. commission; references. The PAN AMERICAN PLANENo take your message
Jr. Pastor
the controls to a man. For a brief JohnJB. Cnlpep er. ,
langhed. were recorded. Six doubles'and John Service, Long Island City Change In Rates to houve
Instant Church Sunday school at every in the city
fleeting a certain man bad -1 don't know he stated opens -
anything in New York. dec28-ltx
won what no other man had ever distinctly one- triple were mixed up '10:00'as m, under leadership of PENTECOSIA MISSION Make Reservations by Phon I and SELL 'EM your waresor

come close to winning-the whole- The examiner caressed his chin the hits. Ger"lb Saunders, general super BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESBE I Telephone 620 services.

souled respect of that girL with tbia nervous brown fingers. Leading batters were J. Garcia, intendent. Each department meets 909 Olivia Street Regular Planes, MiamiKeyWest I

And then he'd deliberately resigned "Ton will' be confined for further with three singles and one doublein in its own assembly room. Wm. Skondeen Pastor INDEPENDENT FOR UFE-I Airways, Inc

his chance. Willett!-tba tall questioning. Indefinitely. You know five times up; Stanley, two single Worship service at 11 a. m. Sunday morning worship, 11 free catalogue. Daily Except Friday PHONE 'SIThe

rangy son of the engineering in three tries; Stickney. witha RATE. ONE WAY $7.50
camps Subject: "Jesus the Light of the o'clock. ty School of Florida, 107 E.
-had disappointed her. Allaire thatWillett let out a deep breath. triple and two singles' in five World.i .". Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. Forsyth St, Jacksonville Pa.! Leave Key West 4 p. m.. Ar Citizen

West would never forgive him for "Yes. I know chances at bat. )J i Epworth League meeting at m. dec28ltiWANTED rive Miami 520 p. m.

that It was over He was committed forbearing In the field. E. CarabaHo,stars'D.'16:30 p, m. Miss Ida Kerr, president Sunday night evangelistic service Fad Comfortable Saf.

on a contempt of court Garcia and Salinet* were tbe 7:15 o'clock.Tuesday .
was a disturbance In the I :
THERE charge; and a police guard took each for the Health outfit and J. Rob-1. o'clock. 7:15 m.. and ,
7:30 prayer
Rua Franco. that morn- j Evening service at p. -- --- -. -- -------
Ing. The police went to work on a arm.Corrigan erts. Lopez and Wickers for the!r Subject: "Looking Into My praise service. WANTED Small furnished

muttering crowd who were blocking pushed his Irish mug Office ten I Life." Friday, 7:15 p. nu, fellowship house or apartment, with ga

traffic before a newspaper office and into lead him the picture off. as they started to Score by innings: R. H. E. : !Mid-week prayer and praise meeting. rage, by :year round couple.

after the mel l a had been quelled Administration502 service, on Wednesday at 8:00 p. Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' andnrls' State price and location. BoxP I :
three panting members of the city's "Say yon mean to say yon didn'tknock 500 110-14 15 5 I church. West
care Key Citizen.
off the Spig Listen,you dumb AFTER
YOU HAVE READ THE
police found themselves clinging to tramp you can still make the ship. Sanitary Department- I m.Choir rehearsal on Friday evening dec27-2t
the arms and legs of tough-jawed 020 041 030--10 14 3
Mrs. Joseph I
Say Ill bet hold her at 7:45 o'clock.
they'd
even another ; BETHEL A. M. k. CHURCH
Lucky Corrigan. Batteries: Stickney and Hop- BICYCLES
Gerald Saunders I
hour organist
Sawyer, ;
Corrigan felt the Injustice of it kins Castro and O. Caraballo -
; I
Willett surveyed him gravely. choir director.CONGREGATIONAL. (Colored)
keenly. All he'd tried to do was pass Gabriel I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the SUNDAY STAR
Good old Boeky. Maybe he'd never Corner Division and Thomas Sts.
through the milling mob. that was Hour Week.
Day or Repair
seen a young girl face death heard H. R. Hill pastor I
all, Ha conveniently forgot that bedbeen her sigh quireringly These two clues have but two CHURCH all makes and paint them with
Sunday; school, 9:30 a. m
three blocks from the bat.
away "Never hold a boat he advfeed. more, games' to play and they are I I Preaching 11 a. m.Junior Nu-EnameL W.. carry a full
tie when It started and had busted
Corrigan stared after him in scheduled for Monday and Tuesday !- 527 William Street A. C. E. League meet. l supply of parts. Agent for the
Into action like a fire horse answering TOMORROW, CHECK UP ON THE ADVERTISERS -
amazement. afternoons beginning at 4:30 E. Richard Evans; Pastor :Rotlfast and Dayton Bicycles.
a third alarm. at 5:39. p. au, .J-;;;
Corrigan could smell any kind of "It 1 get tbe next cell" he mute o'clock. :The outcome of these Sunday school, -JM5 a. m. Senior ,A. CEt,1eague' meets And sell them as low as $5.00 WHO FURNISH :INTERESTING
tered."Ill be as batty as he is." the Social down and $1.00 week.
contests will decide 11.o'clock.
a pitched battle a mile off. and his, e 'I I Morning worship at at 6:15 p'vm: : per .
"
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vigor and enthusiasm about getting League championship team for the Christian Endeavor,' 6:30 v. m. ,Evening'servic .8 p. m. Phone 276. J. R. Stoner READING.
Standing on the root
flat-topped last-half of the 1935 season. 7:3o'clock.. cl8-tf
Into the thick of things made him of the Jockey Club near the Decermo Evening worship ; Weekly 'ServicesTuesday.7:30
an Immediate object of attention. Endeavor 6iiO. .
Christian p.m., rrL Class.Friday .
flying field Fox and Major Herrera p. ,
So he went. along to the Cartel Enn JIgwonbip, 7i3 MnalcipaC, with,the,mental reserva- trained field glasses on a silver plane TIGERS VS. RATS Mid-week service ,Wednesday ,: ,::ru.jJ., nu..= ,; ---- --,- -
; its wings tipped with the hearsaL -
sun as It LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT
tlan that hereafter these damn foreigoers r.sSEVENTH ,"jt -
I 7:30 o'clock : .
circled higher and higher above the4 evening at / =
could try to..staga a decent HERE TOMORROW ''l' J 1 :2 bed ,rooms convenj
harbor channel. 1" **
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brawl without any help from him. DAY ADVENTIST'CHURCH 1eUee,->porene819:ElizabethStreet.
lie had made a score of previous A small steamer with thin black SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH novlS
smoke filtering from her single fnn-
such resolutions and the tines he
bad been Incarcerated were about net was waddling along on the way WILL BIS HELD AT.NAVY BALL Corner Duval and Eaton Streets (Colored) FURNISHED APARTMENT -

equal.In number. to open sea. FIELD BEGINNING AT Sunday Southard Street Between Thomas: Modern conveniences, 623
Higher that silver plane mounted.It I I
Several others were awaiting their seemed to hang motionless for I Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. and Emma Streets White street or call at Gaiti's

turn before the police Judge when moment and then began a long downward a 2 O'CLOCK Mass (Communions), 7 a m. William Perkins PastorG. Barber Shop nov12 d1
Bueky was firmly ushered in. Ha Mass for the Church School,
Williams, Missionary Leader
started him to look philosophically: about Fox swoop.drew a breath. The Major A baseball game will be playedat I 9:30 a. m. I! Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 I I NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT 1 USE y.
and
whoop of suddenly uttered a Joyous chattered expressively: I the Navy 'yield tomorrow after- Mass of Thanksgiving, 11 a. m. o'clock. I with garage. Apply 827 ;

"Willett greeting.!" "She would fly alone I Insist po noon between the Cuban Club I Evensong Prayer, Sermon,' Church services, 11 o'clock in I, Duval street. dec19

litely. She Is Intent." Tigers and the Sewer Rats. I Benediction 8 p. m. the morning. FTS PURER!
The young man leaning against : i I "Jaeke..yW.. Lm4t Octet" G 1 1 +'
the wall raised his head with a Jerk. "Great God! breathed Fox. The contest will begin promptly .. Week Days Prayer meeting every Wednesday ''I' LASTS LONGER!

Bncky wrong his hand heartily The plane swept down toward that at 2 o'clock. This will. be the Morning Prayer, 6:45 a, m. night at 7:30 p. m. THE SEMINOLE

Terry WUIett. co-veteran of tile fa- scrubby little steamer like some at- last baseball fame of 1935. Mass, 7 a. m. Y. P. M. V. S. meeting 5:30 ksi REFRIGERATORS

famous All Saints' Day riot In tacking bird. Watchers saw it swing The Rats will line up in this Evening Prayer 5:30 p. m. o'clock p. m. ICE
so close that for a breathless moment Mass Wednesdays,
Juarez. A second on '
It appeared as though ship and manner: : CHURCH SL'1i Made of all metal-equip. 'iT
"What did they nab you for:" be O. Caraballo, e; 9&.10. SAINT PETER'S !
l'
plane were one-. WATER COOLERSThey're
beamed. ped with 1
Then U'roselazt))7ja; a long graceful M. Varela, I'Barcelo. ; ,1
Terry smiled shortly. fb MIXED BIBLE CLASS (Colored) o h avJaeksaMla .
arc. circled briefly and started ; Economical
"Questioning." There's baaa a back toward land the sun glintingon Gabriel, 2b; Center Street, Between Prtnmia x

hooting its polished body. A. Castro! 3b; Sam B. Finder and W. P. Monti- and Olivia. iiN. 1'JW
-Yeah?" said Corrigan. hope It 1 1 : 100 Per Cent Refrigeration I y|

was a Spig yon knocked off. tr-r Jms' ey Gartlll A. Acevedo. as; chin Teachers Mass, 8 a. m. Satisfaction IJ
"It was.all right HiMez. the shipping : :* ->'Dfr' J. Garcia, Molina F. Carabal This class meets every Sunday Solemn Evensong and Benediction i 1 ;, R I Ii. '**j

agent." Mondaj.TO ro'* tell. *"Allaire a ptafo truth lo, D. Garcia and Gonzalez out morning at the Harris School auditorium of the Most Blessed Sacrament FforMaCRAB. i. Priced at I

fielders. at 10 o'clock.: Men and 7 p. m. B. CSnJTKa. ringerA

_... u, the with Church school, 8 a. m. auman. borne-ilka Instttatloa
Concerning latter positionsI women act connected any f where TOO will find .......... I
... ................... think the first three will Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. rr L $20.00EASY
e ........................ get tbe other Bible Class and regardlessof -, *. sad -t.'tal.meat a matter UP
SUBSCRIBERS ran. denonmiations are invited t< Week-Day Services of great tm portage*.

CHAMPIONSHIP For the Tigers the line-up will attend. Mass on Tuesday and Thursday A steel flrepr..f-........ '--.. TEBMS-10 DAYSSATURDAY

If yon do not receive year probably be as follows: I at 7 a.' m. .. tile basic .. tile dt7
Litany'and Sermon on Wednesday -0--- 'T % FREE TRIAL
Esquinallo. CHURCHSt.
c CATHOLIC
paper by 6:15 o'clock ia the ; Every ROOM with Combination> Tab i
STANDING afternoon, call telephone 51 Sanchez, p; at 7:30 p. m. tad Shower Bath Radio ElvctrMCcilinr

and m paper will be cent to Alfonso, f; Mary's Star of the Sea J Confessions: After the Wednesday ventilation ran,Comfortable Slat Door for Boda summer ICE CO.
wits
home. A Ogden, 2b; Wm. Reagan, S. J., ; evening service Uattreaaea .. JDIMr e eTHOMPSON'S
year coaplawt boy Ref. Sprint COB
..... .e.....e.....ss...e J' strvctloa aaA ladlrtdoai Load.
Garcia 3b
U on duty at this office from ; in charge

Club- W. 1.. Pet 6:15 to 7>15 p. m. for the Bazo, ss; Order of services for this TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN lag Lamps. rtatfa Phone No. 8E

of Orta, Davila. Hernandez Lopez church: i CHURCH .cM
Administration 3 2 .600 purpose delivering con .
h..h. n ....... ...... Balk .M
Sanitary Department 2 3 .400 ... Help us five yen 100 and Rodriguez outfielders. Sunday morning Masses will be M a__ Private BatftM ....

psrce at .ervice. by caliny 51 I Hernandez, Orta and Lopez said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. i (Colored) = Meats StetkS4 ::'. u (
== : L
will get the starting assignmentLicata o'clockEvening 717 Simontoa Street Private Bath r i ;
Subscribe The if yea do not receive) The Cuts. Week-day Mass at 7 !. ....10 Rooms Print Bath 4,55 I tt a6UT ERi M..
to Citizen-2 c \ ,
.. will umpire at the plate, service at 7:30 o'clock Rer. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor SLIGHT innuiAOTe post. DOVBLSIJCOVTAJICT E a 61r i et

weekly. .........S.............. and' Baeza on the bases. 1 Sundays and Fridays. Sunday; 'Vveeing, a: seryiee *Z r







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FAMILY REUNION NEW YORK PLANS
PERSONAL MENTION b'and
Getting''a J

:-: SOCIETY :-: OF LOCAL FOLKTHIRTY ........................ FORCE OF XMENPART Getting AheadBy PEARLMAN'S, me. D.ARONOVITZ

"Quality SbenwCLEARING
Miss Helen Claude Williams,
teacher in the Monroe County .11 THE DECKS!
Leslie Editress
Nina deLisa MEMBERS ASSEMBLEAT public schools, is enjoying a holi- OF PLAN TO DEVELOP Floyd B Foster. We Mast Close Oat All Wiater Key West's Only
TELEPHONE 149-J day vacation in Havana. Items
Store
................................................. HOME OF MR. AND CAREER SYSTEM AMONG International Vocational CorrespondenceSchools Counselor ON SALE Department

MRS. A. HENRIQUEZ Miss Clotilde Alvarez was a EMPLOYES SATURDAY AND MONDAY J

Many Winter Visitors Join passenger leaving on the Steamship DRESSES, values $4.00 and I Now showing complete

Cuba yesterday for a visit .in tf.By $5.00._,. .
Tz.88 i new line of
Key Vest's Society Circle 1 Members of the Eflzarde family Tampa ( A"t lrknt: Ideas Are Life Bloodof $6.00 valued) '::1T,."._'O...... $3-B i _

and their connections are this NEW YORK, Dec....28.-What BusinessEMPLOYERS 1i $6.75 to $8.00 values .. $4.88 SUMMER CRUISE LINEr
week enjoying a delightful fam- Attorney Aquilino Lopez Jr., the G-men are to the federal i ml Coat ob1t'i i
government DRESSESand
Key West society has been aug- heje. fox business reasons, but ily reunion at the home of Mr. left on the Steamship\ Cuba Thurs- want real Garments Suits, at GREATLY i
mented by the arrival during the airs: PKntz anJtthe Misses Printz and Mrs. Acadio Henriquez, 912 day to spend a short vacation in Mayor Fiorello]) {H. La- a-J men with sound ideas men-I' REDUCEDI'RIC I -
past month of a large number of wfU rc eain until spring. Guardia expects his recently-con enough confidence in'their ALL HATS' "A;;/*'. HALF
Simonton street. Havana.
winter visitors. A great many i Continodore> 'Fr derick Wagner There were 30 seated at the ceived "Xmen to be to the city: present them, and who are able to ; PRICE I SPRING COATS
defend them if the occasion arises. ,
of these people have visited here 'oJ( hisfyaehtvihe! Paula Louise arrived A .
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atf2
dining table Christmas: day, some Mr.\ and Mrs.\ E. F. Hood of of New York. Neither the "smart guy" nor the Children'soai | per
previously, and, delighted with Several weeks ago and will of whom had not been in Key Miami are holiday visitors in It is part of a plan to'develop "shrinking violet" can look for .. cent reductions.Also I Beautiful Assortment of

the unusual charm and hospitality spend the entire !season in and West for 15 years. At the conclusion Key West and are guests at the the career system among the city's ward to much in the present-day new Wash Dresses, i
of the Island City have returned -. around local waters fishing. of the dinner members of home of Mrs. Hood's mother Mrs. civil service employes. At presentthe business world.' ; smart styles $1.98 and $1.00 I ENSEMBLE .SUITSSPRING
this year to spend the en-1 Recent arrivals include Mr. and the party marched out of the the home emphasis is on the police. Bluff has proved so costly that i Closing out all left-over
tire season. Mrs Harry Lee, of New York Sarah Welch, at on The will in the employers have been forced! to Gift Items at reduced prices. I -a.nd-
led of the system give men
house
by
one younger
I Sirs Hood
Southard street. was
learn detect it
to how
no matter Come
Early arrivals include MrsGraham City Dr. and Mrs. George H. I and see. I
members drum, and Mr. ranks an opportunity to advance COATS
playing a before marriage.. Miss Texas well it is camouflaged.The shy and LEFT OVER! $2.25 and
Denby Fitch, accompanied Crile Jr., of Cleveland and Dr. said it looked like a into important posts through dem-
Henriquez Welch. shrinking employee may have an $2.00 Sheets and Case .
Sets ...
by her daughter, Miss. and Mrs Albert Ruderhan, also parade of the Elizarde Clan. onstration of character and idea worth a fortune to his em- I at .._, $1.50
Whites Blues and
Hermione. of Washington, D. C.,t of Cleveland. Among those at dinner were Joe Mondul\ who was in Miami ty. Recently a member of ployer, but it is absolutely valuelessif I. Silk Pillows __. 46e Pinks,
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Elsworth of Oliver Griswold, Assistant WPA abili-I he keeps it so well hidden that Plaids
,
I Mrs Nina Maynulet\ nee Elizarde, for the Christmas holidays with police force was inducted Velvet Pillows _._ 7Sc
Quincy, Mass., Mrs. Ik Minnick Director of Public Relations, accompanied enjoying a first visit in 15 years; his returning magistrate by LaGuardia. no one ever knows about it. JUST RECEIVED-Slacks,
I
parents was a passenger
blood'of
Ideas the life
M. are business SPRING HATSAre
of by his mother Mrs. Shorts and
and her daughter, Miss Natalie. Mr. Maynulet and two children; by.plane this morning. The "X"-men according to and if them Shirts at popular
provide
can
Ridgefield, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. H. Griswold, of Washington.* D.' Mrs. Nena Rocha, nee Elizarde; mayor's spokesman will be your future is you assured. They must i prices. Already Here!

Henry J. Messier, of Baltimore, C.. arrived several days ago. Mrs. Mr. Rocha and one child, their County Commissioner Norberg trained along the lines of the G- however, not only be born in your \;i of EXTRA Dresses, SPECIAL...1_. rack

Md., Mr. and Mrs. A. L Hunt and Griswold has made arrangements first visit in 14 rears; Mr. and Thorn son left over the highway men, with laboratory and college own mind. They must be carefully tale, each _...._ $2.88 t.and$6.00$1.88 ea Whites, Blues, Browns,
Son of Peoria IlL, Mr. and Mrs ,. to remain in Key West for the Mrs Harry Elizarde, :Mr. and Mrs. this morning for a busniess visit courses. worked out, firmly grounded in' Closing out-Travel Prints. Blacks, Etc.:
Charles Bisgrove of Cleveland, winter season. Armando Elizarde and two children in :Miami. He was accompaniedby .Why "X"-men! every detail, and presented so : per yard 2Oe
Ohio, and Mr. and :Mrs.!\ Frank J.,I Many other.winter visitors have Hen- clearly and convincingly that their '. -? t
Mr. and Mrs. Geraldo lAM&anU,SUt Si.CtoS f"i:J. 'Jn aBnoDTRing formation; of the value will be apparent. j REDUCED -= ALL SILKS,
i[ announced their intention of coming WE ALWAYS SHOW
Rieker. riquez and son Mrs Jose Eliz Lancelot Lester. group the 'r mayor w'as stuck, hisspokesman It is in this last that $1.25 and $1.50 Silks at !
resort to Key West within the next ., respect i i ... ....
.Mr. S. L. A. Marshall, arde, Mrs. Zoila Lumley, nee said for' lie fall down. An idea per yard 78c
a .title. men good STYLES
many THE NEW
several weeks including! Mr. acd ; 75c values __. __ SOc
writer of the Detroit News in De-
Elizarde. and Mr. Lumley. Mrs. Ber "'Baker and Everett ''Curry, cnJled them"tX"-men because "X" la itself may die still-born becauseits -
troit arrived, accompanied by Sirs. H. McLaury., who. with Special prices on Blankets. FIRST IN TOWN
,
Luisa Carbonell, nee Elizarde, and members of the Civil Conservation 'means unknown quantity. Later, presentation leaves an impression Come and I
Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Dixon a party of three friends.: r'a' *> to of flashiness and see.JOE.
host and hostess Mr.\ and Mrs. ''trfey; insincerity.
Fla., will]) formal
at ,
begiven
Mr. Corps-casnr! } Sebring a name. {l
19th.
Lewis and after spending the arrive on January Acadio Henriquez. \ f T* n ; Similarly the too-modest man may
holidays here will depart for Central Laury is Advertirinjr Manager of left yesterday, afternoon on their ![ 'f ruin the chances for a good idea by
& Quincy return to camp f'tp: r spending. the S IIi.E failing to bring out its true value, --
America. Mrs. Marshall and the Chicago, Burlington : 0 -- --- -s -- -O------
Mrs. Lewis, however, will remain' R. R. THOUGHT GEMSAmbition holidays with felawesi presents by deprecating it to his it employerThe even while he r, ti

for the seasonn.Mr j j f A:! hearty welcome has been ex- who spend solution is by selfanalysisto w wi
Jerry Sarate was
and Mrs. David A. Printz. tended all of these visitors, and it Br MAURINE WILLIAMSI acquire that thorough knowledgeof kL
in
ing vacation with relatives
a 'i" )
i1'nYr
of Franklin, Pa, who will be re- is believed that those who have is the germ from West left the struggle through my daily life, '''your strong and weak points
Key yesterday on
membered from their visit here been here before will enjoy their which all growth of nobleness pro- Cuba for Tampa. Striving always to do the right, which: in. itself gives confidence TO OUR -
last year, are with us again now. stay even more than on previous ceeds.-T. D. English. But many clouds of dark despair without over-confidence: and to vv
with their two charming daughters visits!" and those who are here on conduct yourself as a man. who
: Giraldo Henriquez wife and Fall on my path, and settle there. .knows his real worth, without
Arlene and Davie. Mr. Printz their initial visits will be charmed The noblest spirit is most brother Harry Henriquez were But when you smile, then I' can: either over-estimating or' underestimating : ffed1flq9
may possibly find it necessary to and pleased with the winter strongly attracted by the love of among the arrivals here this week laugh! itMONROE
return north after a short stay months in. Key West.I" glory.-Cicero.
from Tampa to spend the holidayswit yf'
; :Mr. Henriquez's parents, Mr.and Oh. many days! are full of woe, -TTERY "soon each of bur-

I Ambiition is a lust that is nev- Sirs\ Arcadio Henriquez. And many times I stumble so, THEATERGrace "* friends will be receiving an
Fine Program Rendered At er quenched, but grows more in- Till scarcely can: I see my ways invitation to Wedding and
Moore-Leo Carrilloin out ;
flamed and madder by enjoy Judge/ Thomas Watkins of Then just as night preceeds the
Christmas Church FestivalChristmas ment.-Otway. Tampa's municipal court, Mrs. day I we want it to be die best looking invitation we caa get.'"
I
Watkins and daughter, Miss Bev- There comes your smile LOVE ME FOREVER

Jiftsl Fling away ambition. By that erly, who arrived Monday morning Like the sun's first ray. Matinee: Balcony, lOcI Orchestra 'NituraUj. you want your Wedding Invitation to be the
Festival an annual and laden with candy and sin angels fell. How then can man, on the Steamship Cuba for 1540ct Night 1S-2Sc
school! finest; and that is why we are inviong to i iatpcct our
the church very you
members of ,
event of St. Paul's Church School, for the image of his Maker, hope to the holidays with relatives, left Key West. Fla, .--
'was held last evening and was I officers and the clergy. the I' win by it!-Shakespeare.The yesterday afternoon on their re- Dec. 26, 1935. t remarkable hue of genuine Steel Engraved.Wedding Invitations

First on the program was turn home. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT and Aanounfianeno in the Favored Styles of 19').
attended by a large crowd: of children Christmas Carols sung by the good in human: affectionsmust and June, arrived over the high-' --

parents and friends of the'! pupils of the kindergarten department have ascendency, ',over the L.. C: Shuldt, of the Interstate way this week to spend New' WAVES
church schooL'I The Nativity, a Christmas evil and the spiritual over the animal Commerce Commission who ar- Year's with Mr.\ Albury's parents,' THE ARTMAN PRESS
A short service was held in the I service, was presented in three .or happiness will. n ver:fpe rived this week with Sirs Schuldtfor I Mr. and Airs. Edward Albury. t.G Permanent 5.00
church at 7:00 o'clock, after' scenes by the Young People'sService won The attainment of this a 'visit with friends,left yea!" )Ir. and :Mrs P. G.. Albury 'are for .. CITIZEN BUILDING
which those attending assembledin League, dramatizing the celestial l eondi.ion'would, improve terday on the' Steamship Cub now making their home in, Miami Better Waves $5.00 and np
the Parish Hall for the Christmas -! Annunciation, the Shepherds in diminish crime, and where Mr. Albury is employed by MRS.. MILLER '
our progeny, I for Tampa >tri; route home. Mrs: ,, : .I R:: = """J : : =. ;":
tree and program. j the Field and the manger scene aims to ambition. several one of the insurance companies 407 South.Street Pkone:574-J '
give higher Scholdt will remain for), ._ ._ .... ,
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The large Christmas tree wasj with the visit of.,,the ,Shepherdsand 'Mary Baker Eddy. weeks. : ; ..:=:: -I..

beautifully decorated illuminated Wise Men .
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Cruz Sinfonte daughter '.
Ten Reason* Why Boys. I Florinda. arrived from Tampa
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Many New Features Planned Should Carry Papers this week. to spend the'oJida8'
I here with relatives. They are FIRMSWho
For Casa Marina's SeasonAlthough ........................ former Key Waters, now making

1., It,grooms a boy. for a bet-. their home in Tampa. r
ter-joR '
the Casa Marina Hotelis New York City .has been engagedto 2. It leaches him to work.' 'Mr., and Mrs.\ Flores Castillo'

unofficially open, and already furnish music at the hotel this 3. It makes him dependable. and son came in this week over \ Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
season, and will arrive on January I the highway to spend the holidayswith
has a number of people as.guests ,,7th.j, 1 j 4. It raises the standard of relatives and friends. They

the regular opening will not take j Many new features have been* his future. are now making their home in St.

place until January 1st. planned to make'the Casa Marina 5. It gives him valuable ex Petersburg, Fla.Mr. .
The annual large formal Din- more enjoyable than ever be- perience. Star American Coffee ROSES

ner Dance there, so looked for-! fore, and it is expected that a 6. It gets the boy acquaintedwith and Mrs Paul G. Alburyand JOHN C PARK NOW OFFERED IN lIFT'S I

ward to by society, will be held large number of guests will] be in people. daughters, Mary Louise, Ebie

on January 9th, it has been an-)! prominence there during the sea- 7. It teaches a boy to go THREE GRADES: FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
SIMONTON ST
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nounced. A new orchestra from son.
ahead and work for himself. STAR; Ib., 25c SPECIALTY
---- ___ 8. It teaches PALACELew ll!
A a boy the valueof l Jw LARGO, Ib.. 18c 1101 DMsion Street

Ambition is like .love impatient money he has earned. AresrMaiI Clarke in 1J1 1 BIN I G
Arrange NewYear's r L
PLANTS and VINES
v. & S. Ib. 15c
both of delays and rivals.- 9. It shows that he has initi- SILK HAT KID, I PHONE 29

Eve Dance Denham. I ative and power to create ideas. Comedy and Cartoon ,iin' Color ROASTED' IN KEY WEST
10. It teaches the fundamentals .. and
Matinee 10.1ScNight 1s.:2ScII : SOUTH FLORIDA Staple Fancy
Key West Country Club will "' of big business. : : DURO PUMPS _By-
I Groceries
hold a New Year's Eve Dance at \\\\\\\1' 'lill@

the clubhouse on Tuesday, De- SPEND ,PLUMBING. SUPPLiEs STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
cember: 31, starting at the usual I i II Complete Line Fresh
512 Greene Street
hour. YOUR Sale ShoesREDUCTIONS PHONE 348 Fruits and Vegetables
This dance is for members and I on Phone 256 PHONE 597

invited guests it is stated. !WVACATIDN HOLTSBERG'SONEHALF THEIR REGARDLESSOF REGULAR -


Most people would succeed in :.: THIS YEAR INFLORIDA = I WORTH SELECT SEA FOODS I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

small things if they were not & PRICE SALE We must clear our stock to Jewfish, Z II>>.. 3Sc TOURISTS! INS U RAN C'E
troubled by great ambitions.Longf.Uow. .- I MONDAYTo make room for SPRING mer
Yellowtail Steak Z 11 ..
>> 3ScDON'T
I oryvurHEALTH! make room for our I chandise.Footwear.has Our all been super-quality reduced. Yellowt&1"l o. Bo.. 2 lha ZSe MISS THE FERRYOfficer 319 DaYal Street

Subscribe to The Citizen-20c NEW SPRING GOODS SHOES FOR THE NEW Grouper, 2 Iba>> ZSc Stop Over At
I/II/\\\\ YEAR SOCIAL We
AFFAIRS.
eekly. All $1.00 items, on sale .. SOc have them for snapper, Z 0... Zc BIG PIN INN
every oeca-
TELEPHONE NO_ 1
... -- .' (Broken sizes others soiled
--- -- ... Mutton Fish Z 11M.. 25c
._ __ __ un t from window display and "OUTFITS FOR FORMAL BIG PINE KEY

1'.4'1.4T.4T I'.4T.IAr.l'.4r.r..4V rI'I'IOLD I I close-outs) AND INFORMAL AFFAIRS. FRESH SHRIMP poly 5 Mika from No Name -THE- Try Y.... M.... At i
I* I One lot $1.00 Sweaters SOc GORGEOUS EVENING Large Select Oysters
II! l $1.00 Children's Angora Wool I GOWNS. BEAUTIFUL BAGS Fresh Crab Meat i. n eaaa 65e Key Ferry Delmonico Restaurant .

Dresses .........._...--.. _-._ SOc I'I, TO MATCH. ALL ACCES I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY REASONABLE RATES PORTER-ALLEN
III I SORIES. B.dIMr Beer __ lie
$1.00 Children's Rayon Pajamas
PAPERS I I <. .__. .__ SOc ALL WINTER (MERCHANDISE I LOWE FISH COMPANY Americas ADti European Plan Sis Coarse Dinners, ___
REDUCED COMPANY
,: Flannel Night Gowns SOc
'II i 5Oc, 7Sc, sadt as.I .
PHONE 151 Phone 3 Rials-Lo. Distance -------
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$1.00 Rayon Pajamas _._. SOc WINTER GOODS I
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........................................ $1.00 Boys' Wool Suits 3 to : Ready to Wear, Silks, I ,
6, at ..._.....__..._.._ SOc Hats, Etc. must be sold .
I
S $1.00 Velvet Pillows ..._ SOc 'I to make room for our I AARON McCONNELL .- u I PRITCHARD rRPi LARGE SELECT

s'" For Sale I I $1.00 Children's Twin Sweaters, Spring lines. Much of our I S36 Fleaaiag Street Best for Pets- :. CHESAPEAKE BAY
4 at .. SOc : I Q alDags 1 Cats" '.
tf ----- -- -- ------ ------ I I Spring Merchandise is already !-1, or FlfriERAL HOME
$1.00 boxed DOG
........................' 3 I I II I 2 boxes for ...Handkerchiefs........-.-- SOc ':1 1i here. _F="OOD. --- W loon A Co, 0 Y S T E R S
I ,1h
II I i NEW SPRING DRESSES I after hr. years .f
1 Watch ) '- DfpUiM{ Sympa h.te
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SPECIAL TABLE WITH ''i f WILL BE SHOWN MONDAY I : laboratory research,
I $1.00 SILKS plain and I:I Big reductions on all Doctor has pr04.C for c.utee Served Any Style and DeQ -

5 Bundles for i printed, on sale ,I SWEATERS for Ladies, !I the aaimal kingdom Iirered Cooked or Raw, to any

S.C I Monday ..-...-....-.... 50c I...1 I Misses and Children r 4 a balanced ratios LICENSED EJlBALKEU part.of carp,
25 in bundle (Be on time) ; General Reductions On I WATCHMAKER, JEWELER I..peeled aM paNed by De- HOT SOUSE EVERY

I I i Everything Monday i! AND ENGRAVER partaseat .f Aan-Itare .f SATURDAY
: i I Uaitecl States. fit for lames AaIt.1aaee s-s-
ii -THE- See Him For Your Next Work U! Juicy Staka
I foed.. & ace

THE KEY WEST CITIZENs i. NEW DRESSES.SPRING See window WASH 1 Store of FashionCity's I'' ALL PRICES REDUCED Ask for a" d.aaaadLADY ATTENDANT

!I display, on sale
.j,I Monday _. Ol.UU Leading Ladies Star. Ope. Saturday Nights At Aay Grocery Pl.... IU N.v.r S..... PIao_ 207-W 100 s..tLarcI St

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