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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 30, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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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 )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOLUME LV No. 309. KEY WEST, FLORIDA )_MONDAY DECEMBER 30, 1935. PRICE IVE CENTS

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Notes MUSIC PROJECT C : '.ARRIVE'HERE AND WIFE AREVISITING I

In Matter Of Extortion IN ISLAND CITY MAS'rREEI HERE Shocking To Ethiopian Unit


TAKEN FROM YARD OF
'Undbergh' Law' Causes''';r4r44prr.r.r4.: ; GOLDSMITH DURING' VESSELS COME TO '
PERMANENT QTHERS ARRIVE 'IN ISLAND Veteran Plans Raids By
COMMITTEE' SE-
ANXIOUS TO lEARN LAST WEEK .. i ,THIS PORT I;ANOTHER CHANCE t
Hundreds Of Investigations LEPTEP) AT MEETING CONDUCTED CITY; MORE EXPECTED TO Night On Foes' Camp
ABQUT ISMND CITY ;
:I AT CITIZEN PRIZE I II
In SATURDAY AT COME IN FOR PURPOSE OF I _
To Be Made
Brick.er Even Christmas tree det'ora-I Among theecent: yacht arrivals I r any Activities MakeUp
Dr. Williani. Henry "COLONIAL SPENDING WINTER. So great ha been th* interests -
HOTEL tions are not safe from theft by ] in Key West have been some
New ProgramBy I Sr., of Philadelphia, writes petty pilferers who apparentlyconsider of the most beautiful vessels vis- displayed by readers Flans Outlined
from the chilly north that he "
of The Citizen i. the series
Florida the
anything small and port- iting waters during
s i anxious to I.a.of Key
I Representative? of various civic able as loot for their winter season several] of which Lieutenant Mark E. Guerin, U. of error puzzle during the
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WILLIAM S. WHITE We.t.. and social. organizations of Key fingers. arriving the latter i art of ]last:: i S. A., and Mrs. Guerin, were arrivals past few week, that another -
The doctor spent sev.al Er MARK 3AI RONtug
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month in West severalyear AiuMM-tair PTOMI
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.-Ifyou. .Key aad at the Colonial] hotel 1 to ]lay, smith of the weather station yacht basin. I|| morning from Tampa and are i test their proof reading skill DIREDAWA, Ethiopia Dee. 30-
letter ago was delightedwith plans for the definite and permanent had an experience last week that J The Dix'onLl. owned<< by C. R.! guests at the :Cas- Marina hotel. I i ia being offered today.
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receive threatening his the
a ; stay and many organization of a sponsor- seems to be typical' of the petty Walgreen] with party of 10, which The colonel I will be in Key West The last puzzle] error wa Colonel 1 Bayna Maihal, th.raad .

|ako it at once to your local post hospitable people he met, and ing committee! for !a music project thieveries, several of which have!; :arrived Saturday morning, de-;( for about 10 days. Mrs Guerir. I. ia the leading editorial of "f old of Ethiopia
I I man
what do. promised h* wa coin*; to return here which the educational: ] been recently reported to theauI parted yesterday for the waters ;, will remain for the season. Thursday December 26 and
master; hell know to and* cultural division of the Florida thorities. | near Tortugas and will. be there )|, Major General Harry Hale] U. J the winner of the contest was (: veteran warrior, is shocked by

Silent! as tf,' the threat that That he intend* doing; so WPA i anxious to get start-. As is customary each: year. a I JI I for several! days for fishing. S. A., retired, was an arrival this i I Ed. F. Cranch who received' ithe i i youth cf of the aol
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and i is eager for new of this ed in Key West. beautifully illuminated tree: was;1 Yacht Alamo, owned! by C. B. .' morning for the season. General! his handsome Da Luxe Gillette many !'
reputedly- Wiped drive the Lind- city i is shown by the following,! Before the meeting had adjourned -I set up and dressed in the yard! of Manning of New York, arrived Hale has been a regular winter I(I Safety Razor the following !&er of Italy' column

k-erfh' cat 4'of America, the post off letter: .. < the permanent commit- )Ir. Goldsmith's] home at AnD' yesterday morning in command )[ visitor in Key West for more: oftemcon.Jnln.thisUsue I "Poor bay," be hook his
The Cttisea Pnb.'C..' tee organization had been formed and Caroline streets and was a 1| of Captain Anderson. The Alamo -: than a decade and ofttimes delays -'I the error i ia to fray
(ice inspection service, whose 550 Key \Vet, florth.- ., with the Rev. J. C. Gekeler name sight of particular beauty in! that:. has a I'arty' nine, the own-''i his departure for his north-:, >.ppe_i.one of tW advertisement '' head..,a* he talked before departing -

operative constantly trail extortionists Pear Sir:-Just .hungry ?. ed chairman. Janice: Lewis is to vicinity.A I It er and eight guests. The vessel] is ern vacation until well along in *. Read each -iad- ; for_ his post near the Ofaden
new of Key West tEfpfct*-* serve ss secretary-treasurer. few days ago Mr. Goldsmith] !148 feet Inog. 23 feet beam and the spring- I rertisement carefu'ly' select i
s : tire that advice to citizen to return i in lee*' ''''... >*iz '' ,- Duricg! Saturday's meeting, found that some of the bulbs, al-1.t! a draft of tight feet. She is: Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Ing-ling of ...ah..mis.pelled-.word,.- write front. These Italian youth can-

.f *. month. Inclosed"P1e1t l es,,'f i.dmoney -+- George Mills White, who is to direct most half of the number on the manned by a crew of 15. This Idaho, who have been in St. Petersburg -, your explanation the coapo not stand to the abre."
order for two dolar| the musical: project, explained -tree, had been stolen. He decided I i yacht sailed for Tortugas. Flu, arrived over the >... ..whichv appear* elsewhere, I! up
The public isn't told to go directly Kindly send me "The "Key that in the educational and I! to replace: them and while 'on the I! Yacht Paula Louise, of Key highway Saturday evening, and place, it, in an,envelope and 1 Col. Mashal h a veteran of

] to an inspector because, officials West Citizen" and oblige cultural projects of the WPA it I I errand the thieves visited the tree 1 West, with the owner Commodore will, if they can find suitable accommodations address it to The Puzzle Editor ;many battles in Ethiopia and at
explain the public doesn't Your very tmlyf i h essential that local sponsoring I I and Mr. Goldsmith] found but five- I Frederick Wagner! and secretary,1 1 I remain for the' Key West Citizen. 1 every village W stopped l 0hi,
know where they are. 'The post- DR. WM. H.' BR'CKEH, SR. groups be organized which are to i! bulbs on the- tree.. when. )tie re-1: f. sailed yesterday morning for Mar- winter months. Present the solution between i
i master does, and it is part of his 310 North 19th SL, furnish funds .or the purchase of I I turned. 1 1i quesas, where toe commodore will :t i Mr. and Mrs Hutching Hap- the hour of 8 and 11 t way from Addis Ababa he was!
duty to see that extortion notes Philadelphia Pa. music, uniforms if needed, and lie decided that should the tree ,spend several days fishing. I good, of Winchester. N. II-, have o'clock tomorrow morning. greeted: by gray Wards who had
reach the proper official. other materials which are necessary -I. be left in the yard he. would re-I}; Berthed at the F. E. Q. term made arrangements with th!+ f auc.at under hM years! before.
Slight Decline .I".I'4fJ'I.I.I.I.I." to a smoothly! ] functioning i,' turn later and be ]lucky if he !I inals 'was the Yacht Thalia with WPA housing department for ac .I'.4.I'.I'IT.I.I They wovbl rash to greet him,
A high service officer, actingas project of this nature. The works j found the tree, so to remove temp>> ) owner", Thomas Howell. of Chi t'ommodatiol1for the winter and hands
spokesman, says "innumerable"] administration assumes responsi-. tat ion and avoid'further.. loss, removed -' cago and guests. Mr. Howell has expect to arrive early next week. I kiss his and fall on their
1F letters are turned over annuallyto t DEATH CLAIMS bility onlv for the supervisorypart ( the decorations. 11 the record of catching the largest' :. Mrs. T. Elwood Allison and SPONGERS WILL I kites to teach thai foreheads to

the inspectors, although the of the project and for the tuna ever taken. The fish weighed daughter Miss Meredith, of Me-, jhU) ; sandals.I .

number has decreased slightly in FORMER SHIPUNEMAGNATE payment of salaries to musicians k PLANE BRINGS I 998 pounds. He has as hisguest dia. Pennsylvania. who were delighted HOLD MEETING I The old coteati vas attended
the last year. employed.This 1i Bill. Fa en. who is noted with their visit in Key
Most supposed terrorists turnout is the first WPA" project i for having caught the record mar- West last rear, will return this by a
upon arrest, he said, to be I of this kind to be launched in Key 13 PASSENGERS:i lin-,; weighing' 636 pounds. Tom year end expect) to arrive Sunday HERETONIGHT luggage:; -several clubs and whips

shivering weaklings.The I ,West.. Through it, the cultural attributes Shevlin, the famous guide, is also ever the highway. They have arranged two rifles a large carved: sabre
so-called "Lindbergh ]law"is of the community can be with the party.ANNOUNCE. I I I I to tee the A. G. Lund { (which, be commented dryly was

the statute under which the I HARRY HOWARD RAYMOND "developed,'as far as music 'is concerned SEVEN LEAVE ABOARD AIRCRAFT j!: home on: Washington street for SESSION IN INTEREST OF ES. "for the Italians") and a leather
office works it was pointed out during the winter. : (
post department now
against "blackhanders. Briefly, DIED AT HOME IN NOVA the meeting, and Key Westers YESTERDAY: AFTER. DEMISE i j I Maxfield] H. Dunlap] of the TABLISHING EXCHANGE TO bag riled: with teavy silver! thal-
I through their the National] Resource Committee in:I ers, the only MSJaey accepted by
it provides that it is"i a felony spqnsoring pro-
SCOTIA HIGH BE HELD
punishable by fine of $5,000 and ; OFFICIAL ject, witl have a definite part i in NOON FOR MIAMI OF MRS. F. VOGHTFORMER Washington, D. C., Mrs Dunlap.' 'W ARMORY, natives. ._

jail sentence of 20 years to send I WAS WIDELY' :Y KNOWN'" this cultural development. 't I I nurse and baby, have written the BUILDING! ,i I Predict Stabbing! In Dark
forms housing department they will arrive ;
Application being
a letter!! containing: a threat to in. are ; >Y ma.-
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,Jtre reputation .inflict.bodily I s.nt'arly this. week to various j Plar.e; .f,the Pan A.mericn air-j- KEY WEST RESIDENT .I in Key'West this year for, Cot> 'M..r d. "We
harm kidnap accompanied civic and social] organizations inKey'West ways !arrived 10:30 o'clock: this] their first vacation in this city." Monroe tern
or by Word was received in New York I I. County Spongers Co-
any other demand! for "money or I. through which the organizations -|I morning from Miami: with 13 pa -' DIED FRIDAY EVENING Mrs. Dunlap] nurse and baby will, Association cannot! stand up to t tattles and air-
any other thing of value." City announcing the death on i will request that the! Feng:rs. as follows: John Cordell, II arrive about January 15, and be operative members' ptan's. Bat night ia diferent
Work of the post office inspectors -I December 27th at his home !in I project be started at once, and i iI it I Clara M. Sargent Elmont] W. SarI -! IN JACKSONVILLE! domiciled in the home on South I are being notified; of a meetingto story.I .
embraces many activities Vermouth, Nova: Scotia, of H. JL: is hoped that they will cooperateto gent, Jacob Wechester. Corella! i street formerly occupied: by Mr.:. be held 7.30 o'clock] this evV I like
"We will crawl
other than tracking down extor-i Raymond president of the C9IQmI -I the fullest extent to make the I'BoSley, Walton Blodgett, Louise i I and,I Mrs. George F. Morris, and ring in the armory of the Florida! I : Sf'Jp..ntsamong

tionists. Nevertheless, they made I| bian Steamship Company and until project a success. I Eise'e. Dorothy Eisele] Abby. Kur- News has been received in the't' remain for the winter. Mr. Dun- National Guard at Southard and them, knives in our teeth
523 detailed investigations: in the lander, Edna Lots, Osmer Ta ty announcing the death of Mrs. lap will come early in Februaryand for fangs. Then Re will stab and
; recently: Chairman of the' ANROuNCE I' ner. Margaret Hopeman, 'Fernando Vogat in Jacksonvilleon about three'weeks.'F. White street. I
fiscal 1935 121 arrests and' DEATH I f-I spend stab. Many wilT not eve wake
got 193 year convictions. Board of Directors pf the\ Atlantic\ 1[ I Dean. Friday evening of last week. I' S. Sibley, of Sacramento. The principal matter for d's-

Work For Experts Gulf and West Indies SteamshipLines. i Departures yesterday after-'. Funeral] services and interment I ., writes that he has read an. enssion is the establishment; of a up. is o: the
I j- "It a pity so many
The paper on which a black- Funeral services will be OF MRS. M. BAEZAFUNERAL :I nopn were Eloise Lowe, Ray- I' took place] in that city yesterday.The advertisement in Time of' the sponge exchange which has been Italian! soldiers are only] young
mond firinker, Rosalie! Tucker: deceased, who 68
mail extortion held] Tuesday afternoon: at was years Florida Power and Light Com-discussed{ at several meet- boys. all
or note is written} 2:30 'I previous [ But. we must use our
I i Clara Tucker, A. Maitland AdamS; old, wa a former resident of Key and Ernest
Hemingway'sarticle
is examined by experts to denoteits P. M. at his home, Scotap Farm, RITES ARE BEING Hettie Bunker and Cynthia Pearl- West, having removed her residence pany] in Esquire and these I I legs held in the county court strength and skill"to combat .ther::

general quality-as a key to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.: I man. I to Jacksonville many year prompt him to write for avail-, house ,during the latter part of modern weapons.
the personality and general standing CONDUCTED THIS AFTERNOON any I A report of rain on the south-
Harry Howard Raymond, was I Arrivals Sunday morning: Mr. I able about I November.
information Key West. '
of the sender-and if I ago.She front handed the colonel!
possible era was
] born at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and Mrs. Daniel M. Lewis, Jr., is survived by the following The information Mr. Sibley asks. At these, meetings the matter "A
where it HandWriting That is he smiled
was bought. December 16, 1864 of Samuel Miguel Fajaro, V. M. Johnson, relatives] : Husband! Fernandr. for is being forwarded it was. of establishing the'exchange ; good
a son -
or typewriting comes next, and then an infinite -I ] Flint: Raymond and Margaret i Mrs. Sarah Matilda Baeza,, 69, Ora L. Jones, Rosalie]! Tuckers and Ray daughter, Mrs. Camille I explained] in detail by William L. munitions to ... The Italians]
varietv of inquiries depending Hannah Clements Raymond. 'His' died! 10:30(} o'clock: last night at Clara Tucker, Isabell Hamlin, Ferre1!; two brothers. Abbi. and I I Wilson, in charge of developmentwork must have! mobility to be effective

on the case. was a family which for generations the residence. 806 Pierce Lane.I John Carlson, John Bogart. Het William Roberts sisters Mis INVESTIGATING for the Florida WPA officein but rain will stop their tank
Post office inspectors Funeral] services are being held I their airptaiM. their metorzed:
are
tie Bunker. Elizabeth Roberts, Mrs. Charles
had followed the sea, his Jacksonville, and Milton Cohn
this afternoon 4 o'clock from
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areer men. Politics does not Departures Saturday afternoon: O'Brien, Mrs Julies Wolf] and guns. Rain gives us more time to
enter their's'appointment+ ; they immeaiate prt demon' fearing Lopez 'Funeral] Home chapel] Rev. James English, Peark M. Cole, Mrs Leo Lopez; also nine grand BIRD THEFTS AT !\ aJi.fJ.! .? Wor Indies Spong. prepare for them before they get
must work un throuarh the system been pioneers in > the' ''steamship: J. M. Reagan. S. J.. St. :Mary's Harry B. Cole, Louis! Britnitz, children. .1Id;;,.ChaJ .*f>f fcNn'pallti; with a into our mountain
and be familiar with every line in I, business between Yanno tb' and: Star of the Sea Catholic church, John Nancarrow, David McDonald Mrs. Voght has numerous r. ; ,il\\ 1 1JVest-i.;. Mad Bath For Tank
the postal] laThe majority of. Boston, and St..: John.,* "'New"Brunswick. ''I officiating. Eleanor Lemaire E'ma' Alt-] I I friends; in Key West'all of whom DEMERJTT YARDNUMBER i "We will have many surprises

them hove been in the service I His' b01fof'f Pallbearers are: Cleveland man, Mary Benson Ruth Dennison I will be exceedingly grieved on ANGEFOR for them. They will not expect
from 10 to 40 yw r< Every man,, spent in the almosr I k'A9tJ1 I }rile!', Nathan Niles. Berlin Saw- Adelaid Depnison, Arthur learning of her demise. _, the 'mud baths' we will have for
after passing stiff examinationswhich e.r fr, George McDonald] Clyde Williams. OF SUSPECTS HAVE their tank Our sold'ers: are digging :-
include the subjects of poise I and the sea.. i, Baltzell, William T. H. BolL I' 'KIDDIE KABAM. pitfalls ;.1 the paths of thee
He rt' ":'---u I The deceased is survived by' MANY MARRIED BEEN ROUNDED UP BY OFFICERS .
and CJn:8TfIU'I '
background mast serve a an.t1'! 1L1m'; i tank corps just as you would dig
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year on probation. I ary, and hid? four daughters' ,}Irs. F. E. Terry.. i CUBA BRINGS; IN WHO .. trap for a lion.
at work in the various branches, Detroit.) Mich., Sirs Charles Kns-I HAVE TAKENUP i These bles are filled with
of the family} shipping business.ENTERTAINERS ter. Sharon Hills, Penn., Mrs E. I 150 PASSENGERS DURING YEAR I CASE TO BE STAGED ON SA 11! DA YMORNING" mud and soft earth covered with
MRS. MARY HARRIS J. Beach Calif. 1
Haycock.: Long ;
1 AT BAY VIEW i r sand and into tr m the tanks willplunge.
1 I. Mrs. P. A: Wilson, Key West. One I Then our soldiers
por-
son, Arthur Bceza. and a brother, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY- :
PARKA
DIED haps armed only with knives and
LAST NIGHTFUNERAL I Deputies Bernard Waite and
Joseph Pierce both of Key W'est.I VESSEL LEAVES SHORTLY
SEVEN : spears, will rush aad completethe
UCENS.iS fAYE Ray Elwood. from the sheriff's I up
I GIVJNTHANKS I I There. !are also:: four grandchildren AFTER ARRIVAL EN. office are continuing their investigations work."
SERVICES BEING a BEEN ISSUED of the theft of birds Kiddie Kat..ret will) be staged CoL Masfca] wa in command

I I ROUTE TO HAVANA ., --=- from the apiary maintained by next Saturday morning at of the Eth:..pfen troops policing
CONDUCTED HERE THIS ANNOUNCE CIVILSERVICE r Wm. W. Demeritt superintendentof Bayview Park under the direction the Addis Ababa-Djibouti VI-
AFTERNOON I PATIENTS AT MARINE HOSPITAL During the year 1935 now I lighthouses, at his home on I of the recreation: section pf the way for a number of years He
SHAW APPRECIATION I I Steamship Cuba of the P. and drawing to a close, there have Whitehead street.A local WPA, it was announced this i'speaks no English, but is fluent\
EXAMS I O. S. S. company, arrived this been 137 marriage ]licenses issued number of suspects have morning.. i! in French and Spanish He proudly
Mrs Mary Harris. 59, died 9 I morning from Tampa and St. Pe- from the office of Judge Hugh been rounded up, and it is the f I Children! wishing to participate exhibited a letter from his 12-
o'clock: last night in her residenceat I tersburg, with 150 passengers Gun.The opinion of the deputies that they{ i in the program should] go to the year-old son which: ended:
1 An open competitive examination from those cities. greatest number issuedduring" the blame the i park any afternoon this week be-
813 Royal street. Funeral George Mills White and others 1 will have fixed on ( i "With esteem and affection.
are being; held] 5 o'clock services this- by the U. S. Civil Service I Of this number there ,were. ny month was in May guilty parties within a short time. !tureen the' hours of 3 and 5. where and Irsb I could come to the
afternoon from the chapel of' who participated in the musical I Commission is announced for the i four first and eight second class when'-IT: applications were made The accused: as !usual in the I Victor Larsen will receive their front wits you."
Pritchard's Funeral] Home. Rev.I given Christmas afternoon at the position of senior stenographer,!I passengers for Key West ,125J 1 and 'gi oted. The lowest number cases, are youngsters whose youth entries. The entries are limited ---
A, L. Maureau S. J.. of St. Mary's I! U. S. Marine Hospital today were{ junior stenographer senior typist J I first and 10 second class for Ha was hiring'September when but does not permit their cases being I to children between the ages of
Star of the Sea church, officiat receiving the thanks of virtually and junior tyrist Receipt of applications -' .vana.I i four, were granted. handled -by higher tribunals and three.. and nine. years. i FOR IER RESIDENTSARRIVE
every patient in the hospital for will close.] January 9. ,I The vessel also brought 17 top Issues duiiwsr l! the year by will necessarily be decided by the I Several of the programs givenat

ing.Mrs.!. Harm is survived by her the program given that day. All information necessary relative -!I of freight and 137 sacks!; ,of mail months "follows'January,'11; Feb- juvenile judge. these cabarets ban been pre- FOR VISIT
husband. Graham Harris two Three letters, contaniing the ] to the examination can be for Key West one ton and 109 1'Uarf'-.U; ; March; U; ApriL 13; Several parakeet and other sented later at the U. .S. Marine i

sons. Angel and Charlie Delgado.and ; signatures of most of the patientsin obtained from Arthur Pastorini, sacks of mail for Havana. May, 17; JkDe15,; ; July] ,:10; Aug- winged beauties have bees stolen Hospital for the benefit of patients I -
one sister Mrs. Santiago Val-] the hospital were received this local secretary: of the commission, Freighter Alamos] of the Clyde- net, J6; September' 4; October, and larger sea birds were killed \ there, and have proved II!
de:. morning' xpressing the appreciation at the postoffice building. Mallory Lines, arrived 11:45 8; November, 6; December to it was said at the sheriff's popular. I Mrs. A. L. Brort, Mr.*. Henry
of the patients for the music o'clock' : yesterday morning from date! JO.DRESSED. office this morning. t Von and two children. Jimmie
presented. AU expressed the New York, discharged heavy ton: Mr. Demeritt' apiary, breeding -- I and Peggy.! Mrs. Gabriel L Lowe
hope that another program will,GOLD FISH nage at Key West and sailed 1:301 I __._ cages and cotes, are listed Bermuda Meat Market and son, G. L Lowe Jr., formed
bt given in the near future. I I for Tampa. CHICKENS among the show places of Key FRESH PORK a party arriving over the J highway
$edgrdt9Sawl \ Besides Mr. White those par Fish, each: tOe'; Bowls, 15c Tug Thomas E. lloran, of New I Ij West. There can be seen num: GUARANTEED HENS Juicy Saturday afternoon to spend awhile

ticipating in the Christmas program SPECIAL SALE -_2 Goldfish j York, arrived from Baltimore with: Free Delivery >* Any Hour bers of beantifnl specimens, and tender; Rhode Island! Reds, with relatives.
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e dare J. and bowl "?"''' 30c of which have! been bred by They wil1' visit with their sister
were the Rev. and Mrs. C. suction{ dredge in tow for Part some and Plymouth Rocks, 4 to 7 Iba
WHISKIES AND GINS Gekeler, Eva Warner, Janice Lewis Also. Goldfish Food ,..__ lOc j i Isabel, Texas. The vessel will)) R. J. LEWIS the' owner and' are considered' rare Place Ordr* EcarlyPhon Mrs. Edwin II. Roberts 526
Alee (Curry, Norma Yates and San Carlos Book Store { remain in port until the winds 1611 Von Phuter St. Phone 738-J in the world of feathered ani- $2 Free Delivery I Francis street, who is convalescing -

Gus Ayala. 1( moderate. --. mals. from a reteM {tineas..


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THE TOWNSEND PLAN 1 I L I both as an American. The decoration eeeeeeeeeeeeataaeeeaeeH
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:'Qtbt ittp .law Ctt it UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN is one of the highest In 1

which can be given by the associa- Today !History
1 PanT Except Sunday By There are many,, particularly those -i ovitSpotligll ", 1 DAYS GONE BY 'tion ..
TUB CITIZEN FIBLISIIIXG; CO, IXC.I and is given only for nteri- > ...........
of who are warmly R2cJ iIAi'lelf terioua service to the
over sixty years age government. '
I* ARTJlA fnml4mtJOE Iwr IIapp.Biaf. "er. Just 10 Year 1790 President Waabingti
---- ALL";. AMUtaat Ba taM Maa crr advocating the adoption of the Townsend is proud of now once Ago Today At Take Fr.B sent message to Congress concerfU

Prom The Citizen Building plan, which provides for the payment to all biuiy ta t, on the..itt J Jduritiq IWeill Tb. Files Of Tb. Citizen The ing Americans held in captivity i lq
Corner Greene and Ana Streetssly. hit 13 oftdcfare. Thompson Realty ,
company
i/tarf Algeria-not srtil 25 later
years
citizens over sixty years of age two hun- ,. GharlotNiels owners of the Palms Sola subdivision did America ft- ally settle with
Daily Newspaper I Ito Key West and Monroe dred dollars a month on'the condition thatit hliJ1C1W7 J .! The Tampa-Key West-Miami at Key Largo, moved their Algeria, by force of arms.
County.
steamship service which
Entered at Key 'W-at. Florida, a. second class matter be spent within thirty days after its re debut at Colin ta,vt and begins on passenger regular schedule Sun- Jefferson offices today, due from to the the building Hotel -
m foWwhcs Jrut+nplc. % 1812 The "Patriot" sailei
FIFTY-SIITIL YEAR ceipt. day, will be one of the most important -I undergoing remodeling operations. from
.,' '.:>- The advocates of the Townsend plait ;innovations to this city The firm will be located in the heard Charleston S. c., and never -
MeNr.r the A I te* Press from again-had on
n. Associated Press'U exeluat.ely t entitled to use think it would be a tremendous boon to; for the New Year. The palatial main office at Key Largo. board the famed Theodosia Burr,
fop republication of all news dispatches credited to Steamship United States operatedby
. U or not otherwise credited In this paper and also business because of the increased demandfor r the Clark Steamship Company daughter of the statesman.
the local published here. ,
news goods caused by the spending of so will touch at Key West every Upon the arrival of the P. and 1835-Gadsden

IM1CRIAI much money. They do not seem to be discouraged other day on its four days round- i 0. Steamship Cuba from Havana pleted U. S. paid Purchase Mexico $10 com*,*.
trip schedule: between Miami and !
1flNAJlONAl SVCJAlIO. by the fact that it would require Tampa. When the United States :yesterday afternoon Customs Ins-i[i 000,000 for land now New Heiico's : -
/ 9 3SUBSCRIPTION
Lt. J I pector Mallory Frier arrested southern border
-- a hitherto undreamed of amount of HafoUBsU. Wriakt autlwt'of arrives Sunday it will be thrown Spanish subjects and placed them I on Mexico.

One RATES 'lo.oo 1 money from taxes in order to pay it. In a "The foetusy of ailMahea c open to the public invitations be- 'in' county jail to await hearingoh I 1854--"First American oil eom'I
Fix :Months:rh--::. ::: _::_:::_-::__=::::=:==--==== 's.ee: comparatively small state the requirementwould 1Jui u q.td tb bzcon5 ausr'&r- ing extended to all visitors. .charges of attempting to smug-I I pany, the Pennsylvania Rock Oil;

Three On*. Month ..._.________.-.-_. .85 I be million dollars by tut corgrtgatiot, kart", gle Cuban cigarettes! into this, incorporated. .
Weekly ._ _..._.-.. .. _._ .%9 nearly forty a g Train service of the Florida country. !
'a ot's d l zw' utttr st tuner-au .
ADVERTISING! RATES year. / East Coast Railway was impairedlast 1903-Iroquois Theatar fire it
Donald Cinlt fttriftyf Anstolbntnt of a. told
Made known on application. The Townsend group is planning to start/ night by six water cars in a Chicago-aome 600, mostly wonV
uh SPECIAL NOTICE enter national politics and the founder of I -KV" freight train being derailed at )Ir. and Mrs. Charles Wardloware j
All readingnotices, cards of thanks, resolutions of ca&rjvhUe untitinq for PU6LQ Spanish Harbor, 33 miles from rejoicing over the birth of a; -
respect, obituary notice, etc, will be charted for at the idea says that the only two planks in I train. Hi nut an i ly this city A wrecking train and son which arrived yesterday 1 1918-American .soldiers light
the rate of It cents a line.
Notices for entertainments by churches from whicha his platform will be the promise to pay the actor and thtif ,1 ''l'' crew arrived at the scene right morning at their home 709 Division ing in Siberia.. .

The reveau Citizen Is to is be an derived open forum are 5 and cents Invites a line.discussion two hundred dollars and the means of rais- 1 lllll aItd titU'L' '> t vi after the accident and by 5 o'clock street. The boy weighed 11 i I -
of public issues and subjects of local or general .fr.D cd utfv i ca.Atlrr this morning the track was clearedand pounds and has been given the
Interest. but it will not publish anonymous communications. ing it by a transactions tax, or a turn-over train movements resumed. name of William Warren Ward- FLYwith

levy. The Townsendites are planning to Idw. Mrs. Wardlow was, before the.-

poll the members of the Federal House ofRepresentathes I I m>4rriage. Miss Doris Roberts,'I PAN AMERICAN PLANE
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST m The first municipal band con- I daughter of Mrs. Ella Roberts of No Change In Rates ;
and the reports are that cert of the season will be givenin this city. :Make Reservations by Phon

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN. g.'Il' hep; >ojj t icians; are worried. .t I Bayview Park Thursday even- I Telephone 620

,1-JOnepractical suggested ing December 31, beginning at I Regular Planes, Miami-Key .
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politician had ,
,f' v.4na ; ; jkJtTODAY'S i 7:45 o'clock.. Band Master Hubert 3 $w2tlding of .' Miss Jennie. West Airways. Inc. ?.
1. Water and Sewerage. *air r perhaps humorously that the only'way to Reason announces that in the k[ADdJoaquin Henrique* was''i I Daily Except Friday l

2. Bridges to complete'.H.Road --ta"IlaiD" beat the _Townsend plan was to attract I I event of inclement weather the wcsjeetebrated: l last evening at the i RAn ONE WAY $7."a,
I --- -- ----- -- concert will be held in the White home of'!fr. and Mrs. William M., ,
land.'f ':: :t more voters'bya different method, namely r Leave Key West 4 p. m., AVJ
i street high school. Thompson' _-700 Olivia street
rive Miami 5:20 m. 1
p.
I- (offering hundred dollars month to :
one a
brotherifaTjaw and sister of the
S. Free Port. | Fast Comfortable 3af.
i '' ti1o'dy over fifty years of age, or I i[ WEATHER } brid eT" *;* 11 i i i
their
4. Hotels and Apartments. whatever' Honoring daughter Miss f
age required to enlist a superior Mary Herbert Gwynne who is I --- '

5. Bathing Pavilion. number of voters. I ----- I II i home from college for the holidays IIC.lI.lIIIIIIIII""JlTi! jFor
6. Airporta-Land and Sea. I Lowe!t Highest I tions and possibly! in interior of : Dr. and Mrs. Mathew K.
Station last night last 24 hours 1 extremis: south portion if clear.?! Gwynne entertained with a dancing '
Consolidation
1. of County and City
Abilene ,, 38 54 i I i i
'n party last night at their home the NEW YEAR
Governments. Atlanta ___ 26 30 IT r :
j in the Marine' hospital reservation.
L SIDELIGHTS Boston __.._._. 18 20 a s I { The affair was one of the most i ;
Buffalo ..._.._. 6 14 r'lID delightful of the and
season I
;;; ; GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Advertising in 1936 will be the same Charleston ._ 32 58 R { i brought together the friends of'
By MARCY B.DARNALL ..._
12 24
aid to smart merchants that it has been for Chicago I I Miss Gwynne in a most pleasingway. I'I'i
Former Editor of Th West Citizen Denver ..._. 22 44 i i Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Savings
>> Key
the past few decades. Detroit ......_ 6 16.1{ -Ld ;h 9 ;I
Galveston .... 42 48.i I Account. Start one with'us for him today: for as I

Whatever some New Dealers may Havana ......_ 68 I I"y? I I I Editorial comment: It is claim- little as one dollar. From time to time add to it.
What-is deflation asks a reader. Sticka think of the United States Supreme Court, Huron ...,_.... 4 28 II ed that the flappers are too noisy I
pin in a toy balloon and watch its per- the nine learned justices appear to trust Jacksonville ..40 68 'I r I but as in ,the case of the small When graduation and college come along he will

formance; that will give you an idea how each other. None of the nine robing roomsin I Karsas City .. 26 32 Somewhat Colder Fair boy, there is more room for alarm be prepared for them. He will soon learn the les-
K ::Y WEST .. 64 79 when they are quiet.
deflation acts. the new court building in Washingtonhas ) Little Rock .. 20 32 freezing in extreme forth and i son that it is not what you earn but what you save

a lock. Los Angeles _. 48 60 pos-ibly in interior 01 central portion Deputy U. S. Marshal Andrew that makes wealth.
Louisville __._. 6 2-1.. ; Tuesday partly cloudyand Lopez is in receipt of a letter
Miami
32, Key West 52. This is not Miami ...-..-. 60 74 ; slightly warmer. from Raul Alpizar, secretary o(
the score of a sporting cpntest in which Officials declare that time signals Minneapolis .20 22 is
i; the, Association Emigrados Revo-
Jacksonville to Florida 'Straitsand 1'1 The first National Bank of West
Key West demonstrated its superiority,;but sent out by the Naval Observatory in New Orleans '32 46 j lucionarioa de Cuba, announcing; Key
East
Gulf Moderate\
: north to
the difference in temperature between the Washington during the last year have been New York .... 14 22 i j that a delegation of members will.
___ 56 northeast wind partly overcast ,
Pensacola 30 11 ; arrive in Key West sometime in Member of the Federal Reserve
,two cities on the morning of December 7."John" accurate within one-thousandth of a Pittsburgh _...14 16' weather: tonight and Tuesday. January for the purpose of dee-!I

second. It would be difficult for anyoneto St. Louis m_ 16 24 orating him with the medal of s Member of the Federal Deposit laturanee
Salt Lake City 24 34 honor of Cuba. Deputy Lopez has: CorporationCAL
figured prominently in the prove that the officials are wrong. V/CATHCR CONDITIONSA I J
San Francisco 50 58 the distinction of having '

Lindbergh kidnaping case. Oddly enough Seattle ...."._._ 46 56 in two Cuban revolutions fought and; '' .' ..
they .named their second son John, but The season's prize snake story comes Tampa _...._._.. 48 70 disturbance that was over :
from Brazil, where hunters returning from Washington ..16 18., Alabama yesterday morning mov-
spell it Jon, not with the thought of dropping -
WillistonI 26 111.4T11111 IIIIIIIII.I"III.lIII.41A
ed northeastward, being central :
the "h" concession Perfidious the Solimoes river district report killing a
as to
a
this morning off the middle At- 1
Albion, where the Lindberghs, will residein reptile 78.feet long and estimated to weigha Temperature lantic coast, Hatteras, .Nl: c., -

the future, but because that's the way ton and a half. If the story is accurate I I Highest ............._*___.._.._.._.....79 29.86 inches: causing general precipitation -

'Scandinavians the this was the largest snake ever known. Lowest ____....___........_...........,.._.,.64 .
spell name. Mean ........_.._...._......._..._.._._711 throughout the eastern i L 598'
An Army officer tells this one on himself Normal Mean\ ......_.......__.___...69 Portion of the country except in

:May we hope that the local WPA administration : While discussing preparedness witha RainFallfeterday' New England and southern Florida ,-
with in the middle .
Precipitation .0 Ins. heavy snows -
will have everything in readi- rabid pacifist the argument got hot, and Normal Precipitation .05 Ins. Atlantic States. There has also ,
'00' '
ness upon the arrival of the ferries recently the pacifist pulled a pistol. The officer -Thi rmrd ,rT ::1.-..ar .,...,... I Wen light ; the. last :
now during
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IT /-rest. Ibis .1. rik.
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secured and which are now on the way said, "I had to agree with him that pre- Tomorrow' Almanac I I 24 hours in Minnesota and Utah, \ For Anyth

Key West? There should be little paredness was all wrong; I didn't have a Sun rises hhU..u..m 7:12 a. m.1| and light to moderate rain in the iTo

in putting them into operation after tOj "- Sun sets ..__.._.._......_ 5:19 p. m.j far Southwest and Pacific coast ,
arrive at their destination. 'gun. Moon\ rises .___.___.____..11:25 a. m.1 districts. A hih pressure area: is I \ Build Or Repair '. I
Each day's twrrA'q b Moon sets ............. .. I crested this morning over, the !!
lay means a considerable loss in money J I pa ment tore in Fairbault, Tomorrow.v Title lower Mississippi\ Valley, Little' ; -

_the local hotels, and the business !in. r1\IiWhffl s a :special t night each holiday sea- A.M. J .M. I Rock Ark., New Orleans. La., and S
with male m"hm'
'
general. only
Ali t' < cf1IIij rn hoppers Low .-..--..-.?--_. .. 7:50 8:28 i and colder weather prevails, 0
clerks on duty. The idea is that men can Barometer 8 a. m. today: throughout these districts and :'

A New York welfare olbanizatioV f* fflblj 1 Iip away from their women folks l to Sea level, 30.00.. State eastward, with over temperatures the South Atlantic slightly I; Florida Cement Upson Wall Board I ICarey's

Gently stated that a person could subsist on presents, safe from curious feminineeyes. WEArFORECASl, below freezir if in extreme | '

a weekly food allowance at an outlay of northwestern Honda.

r$2.50, and that the daily fare containednot (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) I i i ly cold weather Abnormal-I I
A columnist thus describes the seven Key West and Vicinity: Fair,|; country east of the Mississippi River -[ Roofings Red Top Plaster I
only quantity and variety but all neces- and somewhat colder tonight;'\: ; while readings to the west-!
ages of man, and their ambitions: At 6, to
!
health elements. Articles
sary of the food Tuesday partly cloudy and slightly ''ward are gsnerally near or above,
and the quantity required were given. In- wear long pants; at 9, to miss Sunday warmer; gentle to moderate:, the seasonal average. [

trigued by the statement, a Key Wester school; at 12, to be President; at 15, to north to northeast winds., .1 j j I U S. KENNEDY. |, '
Florida: Fair to partly cloudy Officer in Charge. LumberSherwin
I,,i Pine and
,
tried out the scheme for a week and foundit make the football team at 20, to take a tonight, somewhat colder exceptin i Cypress I

show girl to at 30 to have the extreme northwest j iI f CitizenOc.
could be done here for $3.26. "One supper; portion I Subscribe to The ..
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price of at 50 to be able to frost in north and central por-i;i I weekly.! -
:could subsist; on, it," he wrote, "but, doubtif a supper; ,
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efficiency.an active"man could maintain health and digest a supper. -- --I II II I Williams Paints

Junior high school students at Breck- I

enridge, Minn., recently put on a play en- Oversea Transportation Co.'OWNEfKKNE I{ .
Even the Americans in Havana are .

getting excited. It must be contagious. titled, "Catch That Thief," in which approved -!I I Screen Wire and Hardware I

Mike Jacobs, the fight promoter, came methods of apprehending robberswere : i ,, > OPERATED- BY I It .

down from the North to the low-down illustrated. That night a real thief
get : I to West '
t Thompson..Fish Inc.
stole the proceeds of the play from the'tif Key
..o n the proposed set-to between his protege, 'I

Joe: Louis, and one Isidore Gastanaga. Not ice of the school superintendent.J. j i i ': REGUtAl :. AND RELIABLE. FREIGHT o : Household Supplies s

the looks of things to his liking,
finding SERVICE BETWEEN
Francis McCabe, superintendent<<: ;of : 1 .
)like beat a hasty retreat, and wbU\1Jon the Chicago Art Institute, declares:that itS. i : ;. ,-, S
[E\-\ "
)afe terra firma, cancelled the fight ard watch dog Sentry, lost 10 pounds- In a I i ii j KeWes1 and Miami ,

joined the tall trie.'foul"story club. and For this demands the i week through grievingfor his mate, Peggy, i iI I NOW MAKING DELIVERIES AT KEY WEST
Havana Post
after her death. The two dogs'had aided -

.prompt action (whatever that means) and .I in guarding the Institute's treasures for -ON- 0

"if necessary, request the United States !I 12 years. i II- TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYT FRIDAY AND Q; South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
government to extradite Jacobs to Cuba to I I I SATURDAY MORNINGS

answer a criminal libel charge," which, of Because of a troubled conscience, WE FURNISH PICK-UP AND DELIVERY

course, is not extraditable. Perhaps the Frank Nagy returned to New Brunswick, SERVICE '1 3 Phone 598. White and EJ'ia; SlrteU!

Havana Post is just spoofing, or kidding N. J., to finish a short sentence for drunken I
OFFICE: 813 CAROLINE STREET "Y ow home is worthy of the best"J
the sports writers of the Pearl of the An- driving. He escaped from jail seven years .', e :

:tilles, "where every prospect pleases and ago, and in the meantime had been a TELEPHONES 68 AND 92 I

_only man is vile." rancher in Colorado. I i .I.1.i.l.l.i.% %.I.1.1.1.1.1".I.1.1.1'.I.i'ij1i j







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/er la pit suck mcederf *ripmtetearrf George I won't .-JI&rrass you I BASKETBALL CAME WILL BE CHAMPIONSHIP OF LEAGUE
tltamor for kiaJ. -Viva tan.erinp ,. ll tag along..
rt Job Terry tttlteft kn* suppose I might a! PLAYED TOMORROW NIGHT WILL BE DECIDED TODAY
M* to th dock .** caught ah minntalingered, asslm- FOR $640So
(adtar boil in crooked _I:. That ... I BY JOVE
qoevreied.sodhitao4a*k UatlnTthe yJ*t of dancing lights, AT SCHOOL GYMNASIUMThe AND TOMORROWIn
by AUa\n Wttt fnst at Ae em* .* J*MC! from a nearby .. I
Ttrrv. To the strains economical; thai already owners
"tal:_ .rraatSwJAa.adtfvApaolie cafe, the Rasa of swirling traffic from coast: to coast are reporting
l Bt A Hair.. who it wore a.. n hers they left the I I record-smashing economy-M to 24
arp0. "" ''' '
Mif i U to.,. ritk ''l'erTI6cliflle.. A. then his : crack Monroe Hi Conch the Social League there of gasoline-tins
DOUBLEHEADER \ \ are miles to the gallon
k... herded dip for kl'. fell). ...* balcony went out Into the street. SEWE1RATSWON
bat Air alone in land. front to lit tN taxi he lit a cigaret andsmoadinrionsly. i FOLLOWINGTHROUGH: quintet will play the College All- but two more games to play, one tola- new money-saving lower Dodge a
.. In now diced
torn Mil ft revoIstfo.p l prim at.Detroit.
OF BASKETBALLAT BASEBALL GAMEFROM'CUBAN I ; Stan in a cage exhibition tomor- this afternoon and one tomorrow. year a. lowwaas $640. list
More luxuriouslyappointed
going row'night at 7:30 o'clock the factory.:
Chapter 13 i to ask to be trans- at Both contests will be called at than ever before .

j f FOX SPFAKS OUT rtj I'm going back to the States GYM I TONIGHT 'NINE p. that noted auto editors and fashion
as
The city was charge fxro. as I see this rotten mesa ] _.......55..5..55...I Competition is expected: to be the Sanitary Department -, authorities hare acclaimed the

ACTION It and so were the Let r through." I Fielding and batting averagesfor : keen between the teams. The High ten! win today then toraori -I "Beauty nlflcent,, Winner-new Dodge of 1936 is now this priced maI *-
: .
tlons. -5 "Ton wax emphatic she drawled the Senior League for the year School is one of the favored fives} raw's game will be the deciding i I i only a few dollars more than the
his Embassy Fox Ie lazily. WPA FIVE TACKLES SCHOOL! FINAL SCORE WAS 11 TO 8.; 1 lowest-priced cars. See and drive
'Back at "And in the '
your brow Is somewhat I City Loop and the AllStars -'
1935 follow: one for the championship of the this new Dodge today. See the free

that Man'Ray advice West and had the accepted Ameri C'< &aIro;ria fevered his"forehead.she added"Mr., passing Fox: are a handover you OUTFIT IN OPENER; TIGERS: William Cates Lopez third i(, BOTH HURLERS WERE HIT drawing only from the ranksof fifth pennant of the year in this economy self why: owners test. Find are saying out for this your-t gear

party wonld sail for Nevi:) In love, perchance?" TO MEET BAKERS IN LAST I baseman captured the league bat HARD LOSERS COMMITTEDSIX college men, have a stellar aggregation league. actually costa less to own than

1 cra.Crus. jft advlsiXor "Mr. For: he admitted grimly, 'ting championship with an aver which includes Norman The Lighthouse ten won the small lowest-priced competitive can

did the stop Amba there sa.> gave theo "Is plenty In love. GAME age of .410. Cates played in 21 MISCUES Artman, Ignacio Carbonell Billy first flag; the Recreation outfit .ooooooooeoeooeoooooooocCLASSIFIED

powers his nest "And what la Mr.Fox: In love Pierce Poly Artman, Frank Lund,
with. the second the Bermuda Bakery
attache to understas1'm games, was at bat 78 times, scored ;
re than pray! His art? I
brainstorm would ? a lie said The Island City Winter Basket 22 runs, hit saf'ly32 times-five The last baseball game of 1935 Jack Hayes: and Paul Sawyer.: aggregation the third and the Administration .
a Teboke-it wo *" tractor it quite calmly. good for doubles The All-Stars practiced this aft-
other f ball League will play a doubleheader was played at the Navy Field outfit the fourth.
to Zanzibar 'or.1rm* the Foreign With you. sainted wench. tonight at the High School He is followed by A. Acevedo yes- ernoon and will hold a final ses- COLUMNLOST
net a, 41amSm I Allaire glanced at him keenly j who really led the league. The terday afternoon. The Cuban sion tomorrow morning.

;; e. ,:;. would have said! lounging sideways against the cush cynr.The opening contest will get'under I\i ]flashy shortstop of the Baker ten Club Tigers were defeated by the Ed Woodson will referee and .5 Cl S 55 55 5551 II 55555555 a ................... .
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non The c OJl'd.) to tyke time out to ions. her hands clasped against one way at 7:30 o'clock sharp.'?i played in 45 games, was at bat Sewer Rats. The final score was "Soggy" Smith score. Today's Horoscope
? 011_ fiver a Washington de- hip. 172 times, scored 43 hit
The WPA five will tackle the runs, 11 to 8.Both.
gat.P eae.e.ee..e.5.........
Fox 51155 SI 555151 5555 55 SISAl
: returned to a deskspat "Darling this Is a hell of a time to High School outfit in the first safely 59 times-two triples. five
es and messages to be de- tell me a thing like that don't you I doubles: and one homer. pitchers were hit hard. You have a contented disposition SUM OF MONEY in bills. Sat.nrday. .
The former will
five have
f 1I felt game. I I Varela of the Rats and Sanchez Today'sAnniversaries Reward if returned to
c e singularly unlm- think! a some new faces and they are real I Next in line is Albury who which will care but little for

._-_. t tars. Rosom formerly of the played with Adams Lopez and I of the Tigers gave up a total"of the''pomps; 'or- opinions of thetroildThe Citizen Office. dec30-Jtx,

!Ich School and Car- Bakers during the :year and he 30 safeties. The winners collected BICYCLES
i Ignacio ,I finished! up with the Firemen ten. ........................ : mind is endowed
onell 17 hits the
13.
of Florida University will and Tigers withfaculties of -
_be on their line-up. Thes? boys,I I He has an average of .360 was Leading hitters were Sanchez 1784-Stephen IL Long noted a superior order 'BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
in 36 games, at bat 125 times 26 but it.may be of little use in
I
kith and of
Archer Cooler Curry Johnson with four safeties in five timesat army engineer explorer Hour Day or Week. Repair
tit i Domenech tad Roche shoull I runs, 36 hits-six doubles two the West born at Hopkiuton N. this.way of obtaiaing competence all makes and paint them with

lake a very good outfit and theirpponents triples and two homers. bat one being good for a H. Died at Alton, DL Sept. 4, unless ,jt i is turned toward Nu-EnameL We carry a full

w i rUi ; will have a tough time. : Next: comes Ward who played double; J. Garcia with three hits 1864. practical things. t. The special as- supply of parts. Agent for the

The ABC five is making t hard i with Adams, Athletics and Bakers in five times up; M. Esqninaldo pects will make a big differencein Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles

.. ., try for the top rung and it wi1! with an average of .345. He three out of five. Gabriel and 1813Joei T. Headley, New this respect.A And sell them as low as $5,00

\ t J b>3 difficult tt- flop them out the : played in 51 games, was at bat M. Lopez hit two safely in three York' popular! historian of his r down and $1.00 per wecjk.
200 times scored 34 hit
iVPA aggregtcn! will make an runs day born at Walton N. Y. Died noble man compares and estimates Phone. 276. J. R. Mow.- <
times at bet.
.ttenpt.I I! safely 69 times-10 doubles two at Newburg N. Y., Jan. 16, himself by en idea whkh decl8-tf
fs9 -. the second contest of the; triples and one homer. Rueda and Izzy Rodriguez play 1897. is higher than himself; and a

evening the Park Tigers will play II Sterling is next, with an average ed the latter part of the game and mean man, by one lower than him- FOR KENT

tr4. rw I i the Busy Bee Bakers. These two of .318 for the year. He Skit hit safely once anti was hit 1819--John W. Geray soldierof seLf The one produces aspira-
: played in 57 games was at bat once Ly a pitched ball. Izzy hit LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -
clis: are tied for the 'csgte- the Mexican: War California tion; the other ambition, which is
204 times scored 35 made -2 bed conveniences
leadership, 3o the outfit that wins runs safely twice. pioneer and San Francisco's first the way in which vulgar man as- rooms
65 hits-10 doubles two triples In the field Acevedo Barcelo porches. 519 Elizabeth
will have of
undisputed possession mayor, returned. to Pennsylvaniato pires.-H. W. Beecher.
and five homers. Rodriguez and Gabriel played errorless Street. nov3
the .
RIIflLx top positir,5.Sogg become a :farmer, then made
Smith will be the official Next in order comes Baker ball for the winners and w
y governor of Kansas Territory, Company torn in Somerset Co., FURNISHED APARTMENT-
scorer of the games and Rctert who was in 48 games 175 timesat Esquinaldo Bazo and Malgrat Civil War general and governor Maine. Died July 14, 1926. Modem conveniences, 628
bat. 48 rurs, 55 hits.-nine for the losers.
Bethel will be the referee.
of Pennsylvania born in West- White street, or call at Gaiti'Barber ,;
doubles, two triples and one bonier Score by innings: R. H. E.
I moreland Co., Pa. Died Feb. 8, 1858-Rachel: Fcster: Avery re- Shop uavl
5 eeeeeeeeeeeoeoeeeeeeeeo.Doings with an average of .314. Cuban Club Tigers-
1873.:; former and leader in the woman
Acevedo\ with an average of 620 030 0308 13 6 '
:
suffrage movement, born in NICELY FURNISHED A1'ART3IENP
Around The 312 is next. He in 38
played Sewer Rats-
: 1830-Francis M. Drake Iowa Pittsburgh. Died in Philadelphia, with garage. Apply 827
was at bat 128 times, 152 002 lOx 11 17 2
4- games soldier! Moines Oct. 26 1919.
merchant, Des Duval street. dec 19
Golf
links cored 33 runs hit safely 40 Batteries: Sanchez and Moreno;
college founder-benefactor, governor
p He located Allaire en one of the balconies. times-four doubles and two Varela, O. Caraballo and A. Ace
bom at Ri'shville, UL Died 1872-William A. Lamed, sev- FOR SALE
pf *se4 about the threats to Ms caret -' "IITIIY! Because I suddenly,Tealiit triples. vedo. ,.. Nov. 20, 1903.1844Charles. en times nations: lawn tennis
!*What be had done was worth you're really leaving Back to (By GRAVY) Other} leading! hitters: champion born at Summit, N. J. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

.,U-- -rl.didn't fall is love every day.I the States with this pftec-Jnst an Interlude ......5..5...... iM. Lopez was in 23 games 50 Subscribe to The Citizen-20c A. Coffin first Committed suicide in New York bundles for 6e. The Citfaen Of-

All. night long be worked. Dent in your life. One of our old friends has sent times at bat 12 inns scored and weekly. president of the General Electric City Dec. 16, 1926. fie. octlFIRMS
WM swearing at the consul WDO was lie took both of her hands and she the connected for 15 safeties-two
bui h, mystified over the disappear- yielded them unresisting. "I'm Just club a receipt for $1,000,000 doubles and: one triple for an I

'ice.of'two American seamen and shooting the works. Allaire-like : worth of pleasure he had here average of ..300.Sweeting. .

bid reported an "overt act" to the throwing a last ditch forward pass. last year and is sorry that he is with .300 played in

Einbiuy.fTb* I'm crazy about yon.' not present again this winter. 40 :games, was at bat 107 times -.
| house of the Ministry of His eyes crinkled at the cornersin And the friend to whom we referis scored 26 runs and made 32 hits .

-to4ett bad been picketed by' police his boyish grin. "If I'm not original the genial Art Morgan from -11 doubles and one triple. '

guards against a threatening crowd. I can't help It. I'm Just trying tVyncote, Pa. Art says he is sawing H. Gates .289; 39 games 94
Ttf.President and his Cabinet were to ask to the pennies and hopes to
you marry me. And Fm see times up. 17 ::vns. 27 hits-focr
tftofarriog behind locked doors at going to chase YOU to the States to all the fellows again sometimebut doubles, one hcmer.
thi. Palace.) Everybody was looking ask you again." wishes each and all
a Happy Ingraham .282; 53 games, 205timelt
t rropionolre.TIle atmospbere sue tilted ber head back and regarded New Year.
at bat 58 bits 15
wl4;lovely for a rest cure. him in mock 29runs -
estimation.
Who Rash To Give You Them
two triples and homers
*.Ataa the next day the streets and Very acceptable. Harvard man doubles two t erQlce- onlze
,pifkl) were thronged with people. athlete extraordinarily good-look- Mr. William Pious Watkins ;
Vi prayed for tbe hours to pass. ing, rising in tbe diplomatic service with an 89 carried his pal. Otto I HigRS, .270; 53 games. 170 1 t "

Tfe.4 Vert Cruz ship was to sail at with enough money to be an Ambas- Kirchheiner, all over the golf times up, 38 runs 46 hits-10

tee: that night And night! be sador some day-truly a catch." course yesterday afternoon but doubles! and one triple.
't)6ugfat would never come. "Yes," he commented, "and what even then they could not match Otter averages; follow: I Star American Coffee ROSES

At half-past eight the Ambassador rm catching now is nobody's busi! strokes with Cookie Mesa and Goehring .263; JOHN c. PARK NOW OFFERED : 1FT'S

took hli nose out of a sheaf of reports ness. Still he added considering Russell Kerr. Papa Kerr did not Stanley .266;

long eoong to order blm as "1 ba Ten"t been let down so easy count strokes anyway. The match Hale .259; 1:. THREE GRADES FLORAL PIECES A GASH GROCERY
an,official representative of the Embassy since the time I was lowered into a ended one up against Bill and McCarthy .258; 328 SIMONTON ST
to bid tbe party Godspeed. cradle at the age of thirty days. Otto. C. Garcia. .280; STAR, Ib., 2.5c SPECIALTY

Proprieties and amenities must be "Don't. George sh.esaid.l swiftly Jones .340; LARGO lb 18c ". 1101 Division Street
observed at all times. Rule some- contrite. "I didn't ,
tntlike Salinero .320 P L U M BIN G
'tbins-or-other of the efficient Foreign that But oh. can't you see-1 don't Mr. Samuel Harris, our local P. Carbocen, ;.260; :v. & s., 1b, 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29
Barley took
representative Bascom
Officer want talk
to about those things now.
Not here in this place. I've just Grooms around for a few holes J. Garcia. .200; ROASTED IN KEY WEST

THE attach didn't reach the Alvlo found out I don't know what It's all to show him how to play thegame Machin, .247; 'SOUTH'RORIDA Staple and Fancy

shortly after nine. Traffic about I have to learn to stop crying whenever you get a day off Q. Lopez. .400; DURO PUMPS Groceries ,
congestion in the streets was :terrible. ; for the mqon. That's what thiAiltfM from work. In the meantime Brady .230;

fie scarcely knew wbetber'he'd ptafefi.5ytfusht!! me. The |} | tred Ayala: had been wandering Barcelo .224; PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL I NURsERY

fibd Allaire there or noL but any mooz4W4f you give meif Its-' Stock Island looking for Rueda .213; 512 Greene Street Complete Line Fresh

finally located her on one of the aretr partners and Sam and Bascom had M. Hernandez, .250; PHONE 348 Fnuta and Vegetables
hotel balconies viewing the lighted Well." he said, holding a light finished seven boles before Nodine: .250; Phone 2SG PHONE 597

panorama of the capital. for her "that's settled and HI Just Amanda discovered their where- Kerr .250; I
The Avenida Georgian stretched have to hope you're still In circulation abouts. Bethel. .204: I i iGabr.el.
across the city from the great hotel by the time I get back to the .165; l SELECT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

straight as an arrow toward the States Lord that's a lot to eipect. E. Hernandez. .225; !. TO URIS IS f!
Capitol building witb its brilliantly: The girl rested white chin on fist Tim Pittman and Horace O'Bry L. Castro. .222; Jewfiek, 21H. 35c INSURANCE

lighted fountains throwing leaping and stared at the top of an idly ant must have had too much Molina, .222; Yellowtail Steab 2 IH. 35c
sprays of changing color to the dark: swinging satin slipper. Christmas for they failed to playa DON'T MISS THE FERRY- _
I J. Roberts. .202; Yellowtail Bo. 2 IH. 25c Office 31' Duia1 Stmt
velvet sky. "1 promise you," she said gently couple of holes. Leastways they .200 o. Stop Onr At : .
'"Allalrehe! said. "I. will be. forgot to mark down the score Tynes ; Grouper 2 lit. 25c .Jsaapper

She turned slowly. almost reluctantly They swept np to the dock. He but maybe was just as well be- C. Gates, .211; 2 Iba. 2Sc BIG PIN INN
F. Lopez .200
i escorted her up the gangway and cause there were enough numbers ; TELEPHONE NO.1
"Ob-George. Cheerio son. Bean immediately realized any ,hope of already. Delmar Butler went J. C&r onelI. .190; Mt1o. Fiab, 2 lit.. 25c BIG PINE KEY
tifnl. Isn't Itr being with her alone before she G. Acevedo .300.
"Tour boat Allaire. We'd better sailed was void. he along for company too but even I I FRESH SHRIMP ORly 5 Miles from N. Name -THE.- Try Your. M..le AII
was not sure about the numberof
--* The five points for the Kemp-Strunk Large Select Oyaten
go polo
party was laughing about Key Ferry
"I don't knowbetber I will or "being chased out of town. They holes played. boys. Bob got the skins while I I Fresh Crab Meat I. lb coat SSe Dtlmomco Restaurant

not>: referred to Vera Crut as though It Kirsch got the pleasure but ,nothing FJtEE PROMPT DELIVERY REASONABLE RATES PORTER.ALLEN l1adwefeer
Her voice was low and measured.A was the name of a Mexican: movie Mr. Curly-locks Lopez and Mr. more. Mr. Johnny says! that Beer ___ IS.

quick stab of panic went through actress. Fox lost Allaire in the Charlie Salad_had as company and he gets more fun out of running 1 i i "LOWE" FISH COMPANY{ A..rica. aad E.ropea. Plaa[ COMPANY Sb c..r. Dian.rrr __ .

him. crowd. lie went back to the dock as fellow golfers a "pair of twins" a truck than he does out of the .
IOe 154 ad 85.
PHONE 151 PLeae 3 RiagLoag Distance --- .
Allalre-pINse-- thelllsUe blew who will toot rassle i t ,
and eagerly fight or as golf sport business and all those' ,
A moment her eyes dwelt on bs! searched the faces at the ship's raiL the mood strikes you. The boys remarks being made that he V

strained face then she smiled.I fC wf..,. rrtts ly David CarttJ were Dell and Dex Woods but the knocks four balls in the pond one!
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baTe behind an Idea the Ambassador's that you're somewhere Terry laces. tomorrow a ter. weight was all on the side of Joe day and then a couple of days lat->' AARON MCCONNELL ts-I PRITCHARD EX11A LARGE SELECT "I
org rible choice.senator and Dell on accotnt: of too for P
many er repeats the process, is a mis 536 Fleauat street
-- pars and other various shots. On take. The last day it was five --" It2 o Q@1 Beg:; : rnTm'O I' CHESAPEAKE BAY'"
or
the last nine Mr. Sales put on a: balls and not four. 'i : unME'
........................ burst < ::l bOG Wilso. ..r Ul1LI\AL .
from Colorado philanthropist of speed but in the mean > ccp tI C OYSTERS
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Today's Birthday* born in Philadelphia 68 while the watch was rut on ice.I after two years ef
Watch IlQ DIpUW. U :
years ago. I lab.r.te ressarch Spl .
.....A S.SC 55 55 55555 55 555 On account of Mr. Melvin Rus- KEY WESTCOLONIAL Doctor bas fe and Dee
.i lrodec.d c..rtar, Bernd b7 StTle -
Ex-Governor Alfred E. Smith sell enjoying the holidays wit! HOTELIn ', tie aai.a kingdom livered Cooked or Raw to any

of New York born in New York Dr. Francis Carter Wood, director family and friends in Fort Myers,' a LaIcM rat:'.. put of city.
City,' 62 :years ago. of the Crocker Institute of the fighting foursome had to have' the Center of the Business I WATCHMAKER" JEWELER I.spected and Fa..ed by Det LICENSED JV ALME* .
EVERY
I I and Theater District HOT SOUSE
Cancer Research New York I Robart AND ENGRAVER pariJDeat 01 Aaric.1t. .1 SATURDAY -

Stanley H. High of Conn., editor born at Columbus 0., 66 years Johnny Kirschenbaum and played.' First CU.-FIr.pro f- i See Him For Your Nut WadI United States at. fit for ta..aa Aab.tita.o Sevl.. !r... Juicy Stub

journalist and author born in I ago. Doe Willie Kemp and Eddie SaasiU Rata ALL PRICES REDUCED food. ,

Chicago, 40 :years ago. i Strunk. It seems that Doc and Ask f.. and sewnLADY ATrEKDANT r "
_. H"'I 9 Ie IZ-I Ie S WELLS LUNCH ROOM" _
I William II. Johnston, presidentof Eddie are much too good a combination Carag EUralcr IDEAL DOG FOOD

Simon Guggenheim of New 1 the Int. Association of Machinists to I eat. Scores were 84 3atard..y Nlgkts AI A y Crecer7 Pk. ... g48 N twit Sleij 2O'1-W loll Soalkard s'-

'York-. T. president of American: Washington,.. ). C., born in for Bob and Eddie, 88 for Doc \ Pp Ur Price !

Refining and Smelting ex-U. S., Nova Scotia (Si ylars ago. ___ and 93 for Kirsch with' about i tP"" .,._ .. r" -- h" -








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I CUBAN $SOCIETY I PERSONAL MENTION I LEGA'LSiv

COMING EVENTS CONRAD VAN HYNING ",oTUE OP WAITER-. SALE
SOCIETY .. .... Notice ,U nrrrbr a-lvn that In acanc TIIK "OTBT OP '!JE ...aI1'TT
:x: : : I HOLDS 'MEETINGSUNDAY ..... .. .. CAPTURES SAILFISH -'* with the final decree here- Jtnr'Tel noalton C
The following events cover the! .1r. and Mrs. A very Johnson, Some, ...ur.d >. that certain ra... s. or FLORIfl- "..a: : P 0-
29th I pndt r |B the Circuit Court or tbe la.r.rTt
; week of December 1935, tol '! e
E1ttt3f
NIGHTOFFICERS who have been_ on, a vacation in oarad Van Hvainr. FERA KleveM JadK-lal Circuit of FlorMa RORF.RT :
Nina d Lisa Leslie, Editress January 4th, 1936; I New York with relatives andi administrator Florida, .who !, ....herein. in and Loran for IL FTCTO Monroe, and County Reatba T. J a.QeNFLN.It .

TELEPHONE; 149JKy -MONDAY. DECEMBER 30 I friends returned over the highway -], i. pending the Christmas Prrro. his wif*. are complainants_, Notie. is hetby b;
and Henry Enk m ler and
Me Forever"with the
lIonroe-"Love '
... ... ... .. ... ... yesterday.Miss Knkemeler, to wife. whose Chris nno-raTa4 wi 5. t54 r'I'- .,
WITH
ea" ,, INSTALLED Grace Moore and Leo Car I I I holidays with his family i. tian name l.* unknown, are de- JaDaary.Honorbl.A. D. lass pret I.. tll.
nllo. Key West, is happy todayas i rrndaat. belnn chancery Case No. County .I.... of MoD roe
-: a. County FJorlcl&
West Society Thoroughly VARIOUS OTHER BUSINESS Cynthia Pearlman, daughter 5434. the vnderaigaed as Special say thad .
Palace-"Silk Hat Kid" with of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman. be Las been tine Master .n Chane will accpun( and yCNettr.'d..D'
'I any since : ;:r, Mn at I trauls de .... '"-
Enjoys WeekEnd Activities ATTENDED TO DURING.. V Lew- Ayres. 'left by plane. yesterday afternoon!I arriving ia Key Wait; havingcaptured public and auction best bidder for cash at to the thC highest frontI nr f'.obert sai4 ijur T.,JO\M9i1 an 0( Ute alC
I CONVENTION BayVieTY Park-1:30 P. M. Dia foe'? a visi* with relatives': It} Miami. ..afi.... door of the County Court Iloune InI : so thee tt, = tkre, '"ate"ph1tit
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vsl *f" Vs Key West, Monroe C5 Florida, Judge
mondbatlf Administration > i I ntT I 'iI BCttlitt5 1.v a
The week-end furnished fun- boats returned at evening with I Sanitary th &'tment "I 5 -* When a fisherman- goes out ,,| on JU'the. the tilt same day being of Ja-a.legal ry. A.sales IX' lion dl.-hartrin.of said 5515.of. say.."adlDlniatra for a, order .

galore for socialites and visiting splendid catches, and other with Pena's P4SQ P. M. V I i* the waters surrounding !I I clay between tbe hours 01 1 t:811 A. .e me .. Cue), 44mlnLatra.5 .

guests. Saturday afternoon. there I sad fishermen aboard bewailingthe The QrJar! ft Cafcalleros de 151 I II til 5:30 P. M\ ., Cocktail hour.un-I' spending Miss Eloise the Christmas Lowe.: whowas holidays_ ,I Key West.. rightfully expects i 1' M.the and laws*and:00 P.statute M.. a*ia provided Cut.. cases by Crusher flated, A.this IX tb.ItQal.nit_. clay, .r De.

were several private cocktail parties I customary big ones that somehow Luz held a meeting last night at High School Gym-rVWd ,PM- 1 to land fUa-big and made and provided the following JANIE JUI.
I West with her family leftby"plane E.
in
1 ,Key ,
and JORXSOS.
J' : described property lying being -'dlllrDlstratrax
and dinners with the evening: a!*ays manages to get away. i the lodge hall which brought to Basketball\ games. fish and most In de boIalS
I : yesterday afternoon for!1 fighting game ; i Moaro County Florida. to wit: the zaea. non of
topped off by dancing. College There were automobile parties||I: a close the contention of the society -I Coral""Isle CasinoBoim! '" mi-! S.' of them are content to land I I Lot Twelve. (12) TavernlerCwc Decease4... e of' dect Roi T..JJ
Mimi route to Charleston. t2-3
students made impromptu I that went on. the keys for pic-|!, structions. V ea a subdivis.on in iJynroeCounty. 'w.. .. ; aus.1z
up j up many 1 I I kind cf sailfisk, even
being held! i in this a .
All inV which was _" ..otTUESDAY.DECEMB C. where she is enpployed in the any Florida. a* per plat -
and fishing.
afternoon and evening nics. bathing 1 1smaller thereof filed in the offi of the .
J it be one of the -e .
1 number of naval bureau at the I though I !
gatherings to aid in making the alU i it WM a typical tropical after- [ citY There were a R 31 reserve navy. Clerk of the Circuit Court ia NEWyt.tR.S E'j
the of snow, j| Tampa and other ;yard. ones.Administrator I and for Monroe County in plat. 'abecem4y 31st
time go pleasantly. neon, far from rigors I delegates fom Monrce- gupor\ Speed" with ; Van H"Diltl' book I, page 103. )
Yesterday was a perfect outdoor wind and cold just now besetting |! cities attending. Normn Foster and Florence -TOM. U. JU LOXE. SUNRISE
day for Key Westers and the north. and was particularly(i Mayor Harry C. Galey and City Rice. A. Maitland Adams, managerof lack ran well above the A* Special Master. ,in Chancery.KI'RTZ 10:30 )\NCE

winter visitors alike, and almost appreciated and enjoyed by the I| Councilman: Clifford G. Hicks were I Palice "Forl'i deq Heaven"with the Thompson interests in average'' yesterday, however & RF.ED.SollrUol"3 fvr Complainants.Subscrioe RAUL'S SOO

everyone spent the afternoon in many winter visitors here t tJt among the local members present, Chrles Farrell and Charlotte Ifev West, left by plane yesterday for be 'brought in the first ted-U.n.se Dell Woois"a.y., Orch.shi
the last day of real rest j taking their respective places afternoon sailfish to be caught this season For R"e".tiq.
the open. was Henry.Bayyiew for a business visit in. Phos.
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The various beaches were well- 1 before the usual festivities and! tloag_ with the others' making up I.i Park-4:20: P. M.\ Social Miami. I in Key West w ter d I II I to The Citizen-20c. '__:_: ,\ ., .
patronized by enthusiastic bathers I hectic activity; tomorrow night'I the organization. I. League diamondball 1 frame.Pena's .' I the fub measured seven feet weekly. .
I will bring. To properly usher in !I|. Refreshments were served, with I I four and one-half inches. "
_ enjoying the combination of sea, Place-4:30 until 5:30: Mrs, Roy Hamlin. who was MONROE THEATER'
the New Year there will be, be- of the member making ad- : P. I Tie ERA administrator 1
eand and sunshine. Thers were many I M. Cocktail hour visiting relatives on the east ,
various beach parties with picnic sides the vast number of private I dres-es for the good of the order.I I I Habana-Madrid night. Big: cosft, returned 'by plane yesterday -! was the guest of Ernest I IHemingway Grace }IOOr -Leo'_ CarrUlora
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boxes and games to W"bHeVaI gatherings in homes gay timesin The visiting members expressed Dance and the best of drinks. I morning? from! Miami. aboard the au i --
the lazy day. the night clubs about town.I i their appreciation for the many I I Icpurtesiea I I I i Raul's Clnb--Dance with DelWoods' j' thor's beat, "Pilar." At the ; New RCA f LOVE ME FQJJEV
out have been arranged 'extended them while in .' time the fish was landed theparty MetalT"UBES
Many fishing parties were Special programs :,, Orchestra. John Bogart, sanitary, engineer i Matinee* Balcony, Ife:, QreW
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in boats chasing finny victims and orchestras will play,i the!" city and the entire 'member-j Co-ntry Club-AH! night. B'gi : in*.charee!' of the sewerage was trolling near Sand 't!a. 15-20e; PtJzktI : S. k
with great sport for both pur-, until far into the morning that chip of the lodge extended thanks ', dance. project in Key West, returned; Key light. Other in the J .

lucre and pursued. A number of 1 I society may "dance-in." 1936. I to The Ke. West Citizen for the ]I'i. Cul! an Club--Dance with John yesterday from II business visit to I party included B. C. Papy, J. I --:;:

_. V : publicity given dc-ing:. the. convention : Pritchard and his boys. Jacksonville and Miami.Mr. B. Sullivan. and Camby I( ; / '
i days. i iI I Chambers.
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Hospitality League Plans To I Feliciano Castro. gran pasado;,I WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 rnd Mr, John Cater! who 1

. I I luminar, condreted: the installa'j :Monroe-"Star at Midnight"with spent Christmas in Miami,! with r..ITDII.lI..IJ1 The RCA

Give Party Wednesday NightThe tion. Cinger Rogers, Wm. Powell relaiv"s and friends returned to !; new Metal
I I The follow? are the officers and Paul Kelly Kev West last evening over thej lull Congfl I Tubes i m7l936! RCA VICTOR -
that were installed for the ensuing j
Palace-Same a? Tuesday.Pena's l highway. { RATIOS! are the
begveq details of the party in order that I t
to ,
only social unction term: I !!
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Place 4:30 P. M. -
''I until No matter how zanily medicines i grcalect tube advance in
} this week by the Key West ..it: may be as successful as have Domingo Placeres, grand lum-. 5:30 P. M., Cocktail hour. Mr. and! Mrs. Daniel Lew's who you have tried for your cough chest i 28 !
Hospitality\ League in Hospitality, been the others given so far this' inar. I II Bayvjcw Paik-3:00 P. M. Bg: tvere spending t 'the winter holiday cold or bronchial irritation, you can I I years -and if your

House! will take place Wednesdayl I!i season at Hospitality House. i I Gcillmero G. Reyes, grand vice.,i' football game. at point in. f the state, returned Serious get relief trouble now may with be Creomulsion.brewing and I Radio is really a modern, i

Bight wken a New Year's Day ]I J. F. Fleitas. grand patriarca. .Cubpn Club-Dance. with Dell on (he plane yesterday frcm Mi you cannot: afford to take a chance '. up-to-the-minute' set, instep
PaTty -will be staged complimenting I A brief musical program wiW be G. II. Herrera grand secretario. Woods Orchestra. ami.. ) with anything less than Creomul-I with the latest in..
presented late in the evening ,fc j jI stun, which goes right to the seat Iof i 1 1I
winter visitors } ( Hahana-Madrid and
lere. i Dance -
Ieay
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a
science own
the it.1
trouble to aid and you
nature to invention
Visitors here are especially in-.. is planned, when a quartet willj I. Ignacio Medina, g. v. score-! best of drinks by experienced. bar- Dr. V. M. Johnson. pathqloht soothe and heal the inflamed mem- I I : IF see us about replacing
vjted, te attend the affair wbic) sing one number. The quartet is tario. tender. at the Good Samaritan hosnital' branes as the germ-laden phlegm I must have METAL TUBES
to be composed of the Rev. and] B. Hevia da Yermudez! grand Is loosened, and expelled. i it with: Carey
starts at 8:30 p. m., but local persons I at West Pa'm: Beach, arrived bv in steeL"They're I I"aealed I pur'
Even if other remedies have \ Roofing or Shingles
Mrs. J. C. Gekeler. Janice Lewis I experto. | .
extended sincere I from Miami. and
alsa JANUARY
are a THURSDAY 2 plane yesterday railed, dont be discouraged
invitation to attend and mingle and George Mills White. 1.I D. C. Pe"?z, master of cere-j i 1 Monroe-Same aa Wednesday. will spend a few days with his druggist is authorized to guarantee your I quieter -:. I line is complete, so' ycnf the'
choose exactly
with the winter. residents. who are i I William H. Malone, president, monies. I II II Palace "Fighting Sheriff" rarer ts. 3!Ir. and Mrs. V. A.. Creomulsion and to refund you thg y're perfectly self. can .
I I money 11 are not ,I for the purpose.
members'' Julio Perez, gnar.-a interior. you satisfied with right type :
jof the league, and other Johrson and other )relatives.! I
iere I with Buck Jones. results from the first shielding they're uniform .
I Pedro Oliva. IrnarJa exterior.. I I very Not cnly ctn wfc
of the Hospitality have urged here to attend! Get Creomulsioa: I
Twq committees -. persons Bayview Park-4:30 P. M. Social right now. botue.1
vandera. I I -and they the highest
League are working! out the affair. I Miguel l Medina, porta I l League dismondball pmePena's' Mrs. Waldo Johson. who was produce I give you

I !1 Place-1:30 P. Ii!. un-. spending several weeks in Miami over the highway yesterday aft i letter reception, especially i iI quality but you will pay
REMEMBRANCEThree materials
----- ----- with Mr. Johnson. engineer! witb ernoon. :Mr. and Mrs. Ebsen of shortwave no more for Carey -
!til 5:30:! P. M.:, Cocktail hour. : t are I programs! I Ii roof
Arrange Dance At 1 Visitor Leaves On the P. .nd O. S. S. company arrived expected oyer the highway. this', than ordinary
years ago the }hand of j I IMiamL ings will cost elsewhere.
yesterday thtf plane from afternoon. I I
II' FRIDAY JANUARY 3 on I II FULL STOCK
Country C/nl/ I Plane For Miami destiny reached out ;and snatched I Monroe-"The Bishop Misbelaves" CARRIED V Let us bid on your,roof
from our home our son who was i I at"one needs.
S
-- Miss Louise Eisele
I with Edmund: Gwyn.n.\ MauI who wa '
I
Key West Country dub will} Alter a delightful week-end V all that meantife_ and l happiness;I reen O'Sullivan. and "Storm John) CordelL of the WPA engineering -, time with the FERA social, -aJ- SOUTH. FLORIDA CONTRACT...

kol<} a New Year's Eve Dance at I visit here' Raymond Brinker of I to us. Whose smile was a living I I Over: the Andes" with Jack Holt. division in. Key West. service; department and sister, ING & ENGINEERING' CO. "

the ,clubhouse tomorrow eveningat Marion, Indiana, returned to Miami -,: beam of joyous light that was [ Palace-Same as Thursday. was: \ a passenger on the plane this Miss Dorothy Eisele, arrived this': J. R. Stowers Co. White and ,Eliza Struts'_
by plane yesterday. ever a harbinger of peace to his!V Bayview Park-4:30 P. M. Social rooming from Miami; returning: morning by plane from Miami and Year Home U Worthy of tfer Bltt

the usual hour. While here he was the house I parents and to hundreds of his I League diamondball game. from a vacation with relatives in' are guests of Mr. and i4r!. Avery

This affair is for members and guest of Frank Romaguera at the friends. High School Gyai-Basketball the state.F. I II Johnson. Radio Headquarters

out e.f town* guests. Music will !home on White street. From childhood until manhoodhe doubleheader at 7:30; P. M. I I I

be furnished by a local orchestra. ever carried with him that Pena's Place-<4:30< P. M. until E. Albert, district supervisor! 'I Frank HornyaV. of the U. 3I I ,, I
spirit of good will and brotherly- ; 5:30 P. M., Cocktail hour. .f finance and reports of the imripratiqn; service ja Miain., I V ,
affection that was always evidenced WPA : and Mrs.:I 1-- __ ------.-,
administration, --'-- -
: Mrs. Hornyak tn.Mr.. .
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Circa Domeneche At The Stores 1 I by his smile that brought SATURDAY, JANUARY 4 Albert who have been! at Orlando J I father who were in Key Vtt .,....,.. ......,. ...... t." .....,.. '
r who
Wej M. Owen happiness to the hearts of all Monroe-"Ar.napolis Farewell" enjoying the Christmas holidays I. for the Christmas holidays, l IfcftS

knew him. That brightened for with Tom Brown Richard Cromwell 'With Mrs. Albert's parent. Mr. ;:turday moroJnj; over th- highway -

News has been received in the .I those moment who that knew would him have not many other-a Rosa'ind! Keith and Sir Guy. and Airs. C. L. bsen, returned on tha return home. PROOF READING CONTEST i.

of I. Standing. .-. -- ---. --.- -- '-- ..
city announcing the marriage' BERMUDA MARKET wise been sorrowful, and gained Palace-Double feature. ")Iy : .

Miss Cuca Domeneche to Maurice I Bermuda Meat Market is prepared fee him the affectionate title of Heart u Calling" with Jan Kie- NpmpAddrers. .. ... .n ...... ..
Owen in West Palm Beach on to fill the needs of its customers -I 'Smiling Randy." pura and Martha Eggerth, and : ::: : :: I
Saturday past. Miss Domeneche,I in the line of meats for t Though he is gone, and is traveling "Burning Gold" with Wm. Boy4| Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company e: .._:. ; : : ; --V::. :: :: :=: ::: :

the New Year's Day dinner. A the same inevitable: road! and Martha Sleep:r.I Liffftive December 22nd, 1935.S. C .-V. :
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. shipment of fresh and nice which aH of the human family S V .
pork over Pena's Place :30 P. )I. unti) V '
S. CUBA .._...........____. ...
Manuel Domeneche of Key West. fat bens has just been received. must; eventually! pass his lovable I 5:30 P. \.. Cocktail hour. : The Error Is__ ,. -.-,-,' .., .. -:- :
Leaves Port Tampa Sundays and at 2:30P. C -V
Mr. Owen; is connected with one spirit is always with us, and Habana-Madrid P. )I. U T on Wednesdays C .I' CC
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arriving Key West 7 A. M. Mondays and Thursdays. .
of the insurance companies in POULTRY we feel) of him still as the same Dance and the best of cocktails. .,.: .
Leaves St. Petersburg on Sundays at 4:15 P. M1, arriving C ---- ---- -----------m.-------, "- :
we He is not dead, he is Duval Street-7:30 P. M. until : : V 'V V'
R. J. Lewis, 1611 Von Phister say. J C
that\ Key West 7 A.'M. Monday.
city, but has eeq transferred t .,...i'.t,.
just 9:30 P. M., Promenade.
street
carries away.
'l now a large stock
Leaves Key West! Mondays and Thursdays 830 A. M.
to Jacksonville where thejnetrlyweus ._ _. .
lIt
.of poultry. The phone number AND MRS. E. H. GRAY. I for Havana. -- -- "

will make their futurehone. I is 738-J and deliveries. will be I dec30-lt i r: 1'-I'.4Y.IT, Leaves Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 5 P. M. for Port ........,...,..egee ce cc...7"J., .,.!" .
II made at !hour. .
any Fla.
Tampa.
They have, the! best wishes of I SPECIAL, QFfER '
friends for Colds For farther information. and rate* call Phone |4. ,"
their: .n.uplerous. a I ,GOLDFISH, A ;. ,: Chest t FOR SALEFurnished .

happy, married life. "" .f I A shipment l 'of gorarisl! ) ,andssi11iji1s PERMANENT WAVES I ... Best treated I J. H. COSTAR, Agent. .i : .
i" "
.' new being stocked by I rwo without "dosing ,
Permanents' '
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Enteijoied With t i San Carlos Book Store, 518 Du-I for _jtLU.UU I .VJSJI5STAINLESS .. _, _
val l street. This store received to Better Wave, '$5-00
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On fridoy V and'" wp : I
f&ty day large and small goldfish,'jars
,I. V MRS MILLER I now.! 'it you prefer : iilie J,
apd food. ,. : 407 Stre .:rUk ie 5744.PALACE I
birlittle daughter i Sough I
{ ;.1 1olliu 1- ; y' ; i4iSMETALRADIOTUBES- J ., t:. -, A ake'Of I
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t-1.J10f\Odnt, on her. eighth b.uthda. f t I II
BENJAMIN LOPEZ
fr. afld' Mrs. Faustino Soriano]I r J. R. Stowers Co. is advertising I I I

Delightfully entertained a number the new RCA metal tubes, claimed FUNERAL HOMESerYi.'c ,

,of h. intimate friends with a''[ to be the greatest tube advance I Lew Ayres-Mae Clarke in Key W..I. I
party Friday afternoon. ,I I Half
Century
| Jn 28 years. Makevs of these new SILK HAT KID
Various party games were! style tubes state that 24 Hoar Ambulance Service II
played after which the honoree!j j better they produce Comedy and Cartoon in Color Lkensed Embalaaer
I reception. especially I
blew out all the candles en her'I j pf shortwave programs. Matinee; lO-)5c; Night 15-25c Phone N5' Nibt 696-\\ : m7tI I
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birthday cake which predicts a '

future filled with happiness. The I J5eaO.wIIIe.LI.X --- -' .,
guests enjoyed delicious refreshments THE 1

SEMINOLE
including cake, candy, ice I 11'11'.4fr1', '1'' 1114 1I

cream, mints and were given favors. -
Little Miss Soriano was the I

recipient of many lovely and useful -

gifts. OLD PAPERS I I

Those attending were: Caridad ,

Pena, Milton. Jack and Betty 4kLiIilM! i r-r- _
'Appol), Lilly Mac Frye, Oneida. -' V *J' '41' :i- ",

Olga and Orquidea Ramos, Ondina I 1 ..S..I.I.S S.....S.5.S C.C a e S.......C.... it
Roig. Ojildo and Aida Soriano, I 5 t iI

Ltone] *nd. Martica Soriano, Nellie ... .._....n.. Fler'.stiLts. IIS .
and Louis Garcia, Ray and u. eni F.a. Magr. For Sale I
( sv
Onelia Garcia. A hapian. tiome-llke InstitutionladlrMBal! 1
Where you will find yes. FOODSTUFFS kept iq our all metal ICE
V __,eRa sad .,.ert.la Mtcr .... a.. .'. .....ee................. S ; REFRIGERATORS are, .as cool fresh and
Warrens Return To I of great -Importasce.A II h t healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of

Home In Miami I stes, rt..r.ef. ..n.... Iees4eIs S t ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof
house l t WMtR-
II lbs beast f the city two-story arid\ lot 9 1307
I -0- & 5 Bundles for and abselijtely airtight
head street. In exclusive nei2h.bqrh.QQ4. 3eagtiful yjw
Ever Room with Combination Tub
Mr, and Mrs. Henry Warren pf;, and Shower Bath Radio. Electri I 5c I
Miami who were guests pf Mr I felllnit Fan, Slat Door for SutnmetVentilation. $20.00 upI of the sea and overlooking Cora! Part
,
I Comfortable Veda wItMattresses 25 In bundle
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and Mrs.: William M. Arnold during of Inner Spring: Con. & I EASY TERMS--10 DAYS FREE; TRIM For price and terms apply to
the Christmas: holidays, have structlon and Individual Read*
returned to their home. I fug- Lam pa. i -OB Display At- L. P.ARTM N"
warn .
Their daughter\ M.U Joyce ...... .

Elizabeth; Js remaining *in Key I T8 M Re Roepia._.,, Private Private. Bath Bath _- 2.5.:.. J THE KEY WEST CITIZEN |i Thompson Ice Company Inc .' The Citizen. V Office. >-

West for as indefinite perie4: 4. Ho.B>.. Private. Bath 3.S pr
with her grandparents Mr. and S4 R__., Private Batk433 .
V I .> Rss. PrivateBath '4JM V V Residence' 1309 Whitehead StrMlf
MPt e PHONE "0. 8
Mrs. Leo II. Warren, at their I 1
INCRBASB FOR uovag.aoewraNeT
ome on Elizabeth street. J II. 'tif'I''JI'.I'JI'.III'.I".I'I'.I'.I'I'.4T i .., f ..., f,*ff ft*.f.f.,. <.,?,..ft fMMfMM*








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