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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 31, 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. 310. KEY WEST, FLORIDA; TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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.JUCH J PROGRESS GIVEN 'HOllDAY 'ARRIVESJJN VISIT HERE ON MONDAY t tI I
Of '
74thCongresHigh .s' Second Session l t.. CITING' EXCHANGE I I FROnt TORTUGASii ,Views Bearing On 36 Races

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PROBLEMS AND N1EDS OF HERBERT: PELLEY. SECRE-: ;;' ,
x LAST WEEKAll CAM! HERE ON PLANE i I J RICHARDS WINS I
Prominent Part
Dealing FOR PROPOSED ENTERPRISE 1 I I TARY OF FEDERAL COMMUNICATION -, Various Matters
I CITIZEN PRIZEC. I
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With .Issues Coming Be- TAKEN UP AT MEETING I I COMMISSION] C
BUILDINGREPAIRS I WIPA employes quit workat L. W (Chip) Robert assistant, I 1: To Enter !In ComingCampaign !
HELD LAST EVENING \ AND OTHERS ENJOY TRIP W. Richards, of 1119 I
fore Body noon today for a day and a secretary of the U. S. Treasury.r I Stamp Lane i i. the wiaaer of I .
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t T the error contest in the i issue
half holiday commemorating the arrived here this morning accom- I
CASE DEALS WITH WORK ON I of The Citizea yesterday and -
Progress toward
establishment, Herbert L Pelley, secretary oft i I
By ALEXANDER GEORGE end of the old year and the start panied by Mrs. Robert for a brief will be presented with the
of a exchange in Key West I By BYRON PRICEscaler
.
JEFFERSON HOT. L WHEN sponge j j | the federal communication commi'sion De Laze Gillette Safety
<4Hy< Associated Tress> .
WASHINGTON Dee. 31.- OCCUPIED BY FERA FORCES was made last night at a well! attended of the new year. visit in Key West. The two came Mrs. Pelley.! her brother,i Razor and set of 10 blue i i t IlBrran.U.*.1!.'anm.|M s rlmttirrrui

Washington's ... ....**! big show meeting of the Monroe} Through orders issued last in aboard a U. S. Coast Guard William B. Dolph and Mrs. Dolph Jj J blade I A. the cd] year recede iota
SOME TIME AGO County Spongers Cooperative Aociation *-> There werebat two errors
j returned the Lighthouse Tender i
on
week by E. A. Pynchon, state ad- history the profeional politician
!
oe Capitol Hill will open at noon, in the National Guard' plane. I afternoon in the advertisements y.at.r.day.
from
Ivy
i ministrator for the WPA. all em- yesterday I II One of these the word"phoe" [ : differ widely in their fare-
e' 'Jay January 3, with mystery Armory.The Combining business with pleasure visits to Tortugas and Foil Jefi I
in ployes, including project and ad- in the Pan Americanadvertisergeat
instituted
Suit
was yesterday
of this much I I' cast for 193< .
problems :
; I' f .
.JI Mr. Robert today is inspecting [ erson.
,
instead of
1ICOUI1r the prospective per. the United States District Court ministrative, are having the day J
i''i needed enterprise were discussed I the various WPA and :Members of the group were delighted phone, was e.ft ierJ om 1 by: a I I' This challenge ttentiom, ....
brmane. fay a east of 94 senator for tho Southern District of .Florida and a half holiday, just as they projects | i
from angles and it was
many ] number of contestant
I with their and !!
experience '
t.J.t 1 by Jefferson B. Browne and did last week Christmas Eve aft- noting the progress which has' : caw it represents a widespread
for ,
i 432 ijepresentative definitely decided to proceed displayed deep interest at the Unfortunately those
.
: Ida C. Reynolds to require an along the lines laid out by Wil- ,ernoon and Christmas Day. been made on FERA projects!I' asI the misspelled word selectedby change of view Until recent./:
senate seats formerly ocEb" tivities at Loggerhead Key where
; t accounting' by M. E. Gilfond, liam L Wilson, in charge of The orders, allowing the 36 which were under way last Spring i : the puzzle editor was there was little -disagreement
Huey Long, the master Works Progress Administrator at hour vacation period, were issued when he visited Key West. i I the Tortugas light and homes of t "Eearly" on the frost page
work in Florida
WPA development -
j I'the keepers are located, also the in the Bermuda Meat Marketadvertisement. among the experienced progaosticaters -
j and Senator'SchalI' Key West of the amount claimed and Milton Cohn head of the originally in Washington by Fed- In addition to an inspection i '

_; .: "new deal" foes/will be"vacant J by him to have been expendedon West Indies Sponge and Chamois ,eral Administrator of the WPA trip Mr.: and Mrs.\ Robert are!: tory.i Carnegie. experimental labora-I Quite a number of contestant I i when they spoke privately.

r of threerepresentative repairs to the Jefferson building company. I[Harry L. Hopkins.ANNOUNCE. visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Edward| selected this as the I Even prominent Republican saw

as will the seats formerly occupied as headquarters Bruce, friends of long standing, They were particularly interested error and Mr. Richards was !j jone j I .
Both Mr. Wilson and Mr. Cohn j in the transformation small likelihood that Mr. Ro se>
;. *. I for the FERA. and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gilfond.j of of them. He was also the :i
,, I were in Key West several days; DEMISEOF Mr. Bruce is : 1 Fort Jefferson and its being des- earliest of the contestant to I I I nit could be defeated for re
than and Mrs. consulting expert
: To a greater extea any Judge Browne Reynolds -
. during the latter part of November I II '
ignated oy President Roosevelt f fi his solution.
present
as !
with the election
;i rational legislature within the t' are represented by Hon.i and the question of painting and sculpture j i 1 1I O'her follow .
monument. ccrtest to
MRSJHALONEY a national Tae time: | are
: aiemory of obseITersJ here and John P. Stokes of Loftin, Stokes ing a protective and section of the Treasury Department -I at Garden II and those who enter the I I Unquestionably Republican
t organiZ-1 spent Key was instruc-
perhaps in congressional: history and Calkin. ; and Mr. Gilfond is district lists advised thatDcat.ellcouab.
are
association was completed I live well spirit l i tow rapidly Jariaa tile fall
director of the Florida WPA. as as interesting: :, they ;
ithe seventy-fourth congress will In demanding this accounting I a* well: a* the mannerin I i
officers and committees seected.1! FORMER KEY WEST RESIDENT Last year when Mr. Robert visited said. II III
i which the i month of 1935.
set Instead of
for its second session Judge Browne and Mrs.. Reynolds answer I I going
convene toi f At the meeting last night a' Key West, Mr.\ Gilfond was'i What td- ed to the pleasures! of down en the co.__
r-ith widespread uncertainty as contend that the amount claimedto committee composed of Allan B." DIED AT HOME administrating the Florida ERA I the' tip was ;he suecesmet inthe'r The contest continue in i about their patit cal elates!

(what Its major mission will prove'' have been expended by Mr.I Clears, Jr., county solicitor and I IN MIAMI rehabilitation program in Key fishing expeditions each I today's issue; and the error t with! recfgnatien. and gloom a
ito be. I Gilfond (upwards of $5,200)), is for association West. will be frond ;in one; of today' -
Not until the verdicts of the I attorney the ; I mmber of the party Landing: had done before,
they organizers -
amount party
far i in excess oany that advertisements.OPEN
Cleves Wells the
:nd president of I
'\(\U. S. supreme court on measures i could have been reasonably ex-I association, and lIami'ton Saw-I Word has been received in Key MANY PLACES 'WILL large and small fish and exper- t. began really to try t* lay
'touching the economic interests! { icncing the thrills that '
pended. yer, secretary; Nelson Spencer West of the death in Miami last cn'y ardent '.6'' .I" r.AT..J1T".SJ

"f millions of American citizens aI I They frrther contend that the;i,and Milton\ Russell, was appointed -, Thursday!'! of Mrs.\ Euphemia Maloney CLOSE TOMORROWKEY anglers can. j I II ii I Ia basis: for wwnmg the election
have beenhanded down can
egreement to put building. in}, to contact WPA Administrator I The party left over the high-' CASA MARINAJO
legislative "must" program be in the home of her son-in- I : 1 Many of them began to saga it
this :
morning enroute to I
first class condition and! repair\ \ M. E. Gilfond and to writesMr. wry : J
framed. has not been complied with. and ; .- Wilson at Jacksonville advising I law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. I Washington expressing' the hope : could be done .

AAA, Decision Due I much of, the work was done cheaply -j of the decision reached at'' Doug'as Wilson, 1275 N. W. WEST WILL AS USUAL i i for a return to Key West and an-I TOMORROW\ ; e.

:Although President Roosevelt, with second. class material, and\\last,,nights: meeting. x Nineteenth. street. Funeral services I other enjoyable experience. Among!?! ..the! t t' t'" _

who'iia'f*gtei6!se a"" decreasing' the,work.was not done,in. a work-I were conducted Saturday. OBSERVE NEW YEAR'S DAY j SCHUTTMANAGERSOME remained nailed to the maMfc b.t;

deficit, can map for the congress' manlike manner. PLANE BRINGS Intsrment was in Woodlawn Park IN QUIET MANNER 'BONDMA'TTERSDISCUSSED j! ,fit began to be understood 1 that at
suggest also contend that much of
a budgetary blueprint or They
!.least the campaign of It::50 would
cemetery.
revisions in existing laws here the work that was done could
scheduleto t Among the honorary pallbearers I GUESTS ALREADY STOPPING not be won by default In other
and there the legislative have been performed by private 14 PASSENGERSSEVEN ; Key West wilas usual, observe BY I r
deal with the embattled AAA' contractors for much less than were the following former THERE; EXCELLENT,words, there was a genera recogi -
New Year's Day tomorrow
and other prime elements of the' the Administrator seeks to charge Key Westers: Dr. Thomas Osgood nit:on, for the first tiMe s'nee
I with business closed
the actionof the with. many places COUNTY BOARD SEASON IS BEING LOOKED; .
deal" must await property
"new
Mr. Roosevelt became a popularidol
I
LEAVE ON BOARD Otto, Dr. Samuel S. D. W. Light, part of the morning and practically -
the high court. t Both Judge Browne and Mrs.. t
regret at having Harry J. Peacock, A. C. Elgin; all stores except refreshment! FORWARD TO I ii 1933 but the conua* campaign -
The momentous decision on the Reynolds express
,AIRCRAFT YESTERDAYAFTERNOON Benjamin Carey Paul Marks H. and amusement places closed in would be CoutaTt desperately -
validity of .AJAA, involving processing : to institute this proceeding. I OFFERINGS MAn THROUGH -
II. the afternoon.The i both sides.
Taylor Captain Lenn Lewis on
did not do until -
taxes which provide hun- and state they so | I
dreds of millions of dollars to finance -, all efforts"for satisfactory settlements Burton Crag T. B. Walker and postoffice will close at 10 I W. V. KNOTT, STATE TREAS. Hotel Casa Marina, consideredby So ;natters stood in early De
o'clock the One de- several events
failed.MESA I Bart A. Riley. in morning. tourists the most magnificent cember. Since then
crop control, may be returned l'e.1- Mr*. Maloney was 88 years of livery will be made during the URER. WERE REFUSED AFTER I have unsettled the situation con-
soon after the court Pan American plane arrived, and comfortable in the chain of
Distribution boxes and ,i
age and most of her life was!'! day. to Isiderably.Townsendite I .
,nvenes on January 6 following* BECOMES this morning from Miami\ with a spent In Key West, at the family j[despatching of outbound mail will I SOME .DELIBERATION: 1 hostelries!! operated by the Florida t Strength
its abbreviated Christmas recess. full list of 14, fol- I
passenger as
residence, corner of White andDivision be according to schedule. East Coast Hotel Company, will
Should the court find AAA un-' lows: Bart Griffin, Grace Mayg, t One of these.a* the scdlen'revival
All units at the i
government
streets. She moved to :
{be tomorrow
constitutional congress would be HOMESTEADER ,Enriqu Mayg, May\ Toledo. Eg- Miami several years ago to make; naval station and: army barracb i I{ Monroe county bond offerings! der formally the management opened of Peter tin P. of organized: setitinunt fur

plunged immediately into a struggle bert Chapman Mary McQuarrie. her home with Mr. and Mrs. will observe the day. only the I made: to the county commlsJon- Schutt. I the Townsend oW- age pension
to evolve new farm relief Archvald McQuarrie, Catherine ers through State Treasurer W plan accompanied by a tent that
a Wilson. Mr. Wilson having been necessary guard end fatigue activities I i number of
t Already these are a ciate
Ms ?
Jean John Dr. Townsend and a s
Haynes, Thompson.
program. KEY WESTER NOW MAKING transferred from this city to Miami being carried on. V. Knott county treasurer ex- located at the Casa Marina
Decisions affecting the validity j Thompson. Lola Thompson. and officio of Monroe county, were guests 1:will place an independent t: ketin
!] the Tennessee 1 I ARRANGEMENTS TO LOCATE ence Shippe Larry Doughan.Clar-I appointed traveling passenger enjoying the glorious climate, the field.
of the public utility, refused at the meeting of com-I i
of the P. and O. SS.
agent MURALS
which in winter is found nowhere
Valley Authority and the' ON WEST COAST Departures for Miami by company. TO BE mmloners; held yesterday; after: !| That may never materiatae.r .
the United States but
else in
afternoon were: Jacob '..t the threat it atone con*
Guffey coal control measures aIM yesterday noon :t the court house. "I( > of
She the widow of the late
'I J. Hopeman, was : !j West and Manager Schutt is, f.reeact The:
are expected this winter. The Wechjler. Margaret Walter C. Maloney prominent SHOWNTONIGHT\ j Present were Chairman Carl I | plicates all political *
Nancy Ruedeman. Albert Ruede- (looking forward to one of the Townsendrtes claim ewer millions
social security law and the Wag- member of the Key West bar and I nerTa Ii. Commis-ior.er? Wm. R.I j I i
:Mario Mesa Wester all his best
Key Rogelio Benleal, Osmer seasons in many years. adherents prMWHiWy*
man. Porte ol
ner> labor 'disputes act possibly I of the first Braxton C Warren and ;
one city's
l life, has become one ,of the Taffner Edna Lotz. mayors. I I|I Although railroad transportation drawn eo tM4r.
may be passed upon by the courts best, Her parents, John L. and Sarah Nathan Niles. Clerk Ross C. Saw-I lines have been up
homesteaders at the Cherry WILL BE DISPLAYED AT PRO- to Key West ceased with the these votes wweltf. to
before congress adjourns. Shouldany Bartlnm. were the firstsett'ers j yer. Attornjy. William V. Albury most of 90
/: Farms in West Florida, a rural rehabilitation among hurricane of September 2, and the Mr. Roosevelt in 193 Their toss
invalid and Chief
of these be declared LIEUL HAYNES I in Key West. I POSED DANCE AT COUNTRY Deputy Bernard Waite. !|| '
project, according to 'P. and O. Steamship CompanyJ
efforts may be made to reenact! Mrs. Maloney is survived by Following the rr>?nlar. meeting to a third ticket might cenctlvaibly
j I word received by the local social CLUB informal 'J has seen fit to discontinue sere& the balance.!
an dfecocsion of turn
them in constitutional form. two daughters, !'Ira. Wilson and matters
'
Boras Action Seen 1 servcie department from the ARRIVES HEREJOINS I Mr*. O. R. Bacom, of Miami; two pertaining to the F. E. C. Rnil-,'jice I of the Florida between Miami'and I'! Then it developed ahta. that the
Cherry Lake Farms. I Key West, the Steamship I
0' I 1 sons. Frank Maloney, of Miami, way and the proposed highwayi defection of conservatives from
Early action is expected in con-
.Mesa has been so proficient as Cuba is making two trips weeklyfrom
bridges htld. Mr. Roosevelt might be much
Charles Maloney of Key West A set of four murals done by was ,
;
on the soldiers bonus, affecting -
gress
gardener and truck farmer that I and St. Petersburg.In .
a Tampa
j Attention of the beard better than Had been
millions of world war vet- MRS. HAYNES WHO 36 grandchildren and 32 great- Richard Jansen of Milwankeewhile I :: eras: organized
arrangements are being made at grandchildren. he was still connected with, i, called by Clerk Sawyer to the; addition to this service there. expected.
erans and their families directlyas the Lake Farms for him will within the next few
be
Cherry ,
IN ON PLANE r' possibility of making It disclosed that Bovthrrn
CAME the artists' group of the Key a payday< | was
cash beneficiaries millions
and : to have a house so that his familycan West Administration will be i j for employes within the text: few ]!t weeks, two new and commodious,Democratic: dissenter; ; ...,J4! meet
of federal government taxpayersindirectly. be with him. THIS MORNING BUOYS ARRIVE f | each with of
ferries a ty
shown for the frist time tonight t weeks. When fends are available I capa I late in January under the leadership -
of I j
Advocates immediate -'| lie left here slightly more than at the New Year's Eve ball given -i board members will be notified! : a:j j 132 I I cars, speedy and comfortable,: of Governor Tabnadge of

payment of the bonus express five months ago, anxious for the ABOARD ALAMOEIGHTEEN by the Key West Country I' meeting will be held, and. the and twice a day service is proposed -'; Geor 'a, to plan a campaign of

confidence in victory at opportunity to set up in other Lieutenant Robert M.\ Haynes Club. matter decided. i j! between Matecumbe\ and' opposition. It M que.:tenable

this session even if the president fields his home and to get from U. S. N., aviation corps, arrived The panels have been hung in t I No Name Key.I whether any of these dissenters:
vetoes the bill.Fireworks I the soil a livelihood. He went I from Ora-locka air field I With these facilities for reachI -t
|* by plane the salon of the clubhouse, and: think a renootination can be sto,>-
J are in prospect along alone early in August, and since)I shortly after noon today to join CANS ARRIVING present a stunning background to TRAYERS ARRIVEIN i{ ing Key West and the desire of I i ped, so the real purpeee must bo

L ther congressional lines. Investigation -:]' that time has found the life thereso Mrs.\ Haynes who came here by the all-white decorations in the hundred: to again come here and' sought elsewhere. If the southern

of munition makers' activities helpful and has been so proficient Pan American plane this morn- CONSIGNED TO LIGHT. room. The paaiotings themselves GLAND CITY,enjoy the hospitality; for which,Democratic vote could be plit b:;
with J. P. Morgan featured that he the Casa Marina: and Manager
is now in Key ing. HOUSE DEPT. present slight over-tones of semi- ; running an tndependent ripfctw.njj: :
as the chief witness beforea West for the holidays and will This afternoon they are guestsof i tropical Ufa. 1}I Schutt are noted, the outlook for Democratic: ticket in the ..;rth.

senate committee and inquiries! take his family back to, Cherry Lieutenant William Klaus. U.i I This will be the first showing of I'Ia I prosperous and gay social sea-I thYOtJd give Nial'ltntion

into alleged lobbying enterprises:; Lake Farms with him. S. N.,; communication officer in t: Arriving ;;: Steamship Ala these panels by Jansen which, by FOLK COMING FROM BRISTOL(', son is excellent. politicians something: to think
by so-called "big business" groups I command at the naval i I
station: considered! his best mural .vA. about.
EXPECT TO
mo Sunday from New York many are SPEND ELKS
NOTICE
are slated for resumption. and Mrs. Klaus who are enter-: West. f ...
TUG was a consignment of 18 small ,efforts while in Key < __; : Simultaneously it. announced -
BOAT
Among the latter may be the GOES taining this evening from I 5 to 7 WINTER HERT2 I' that A1 Smith wa about
buoys for the local lighthouse de- Grand
American Liberty League and o'clock with cocktail They D>trict Deputy i
a party.DANCING
some business organizationswhich I partment. HOUSEBOAT NOW\ ExaltWt J Ruler wjlj,pa*.aa;.trffieialjrisit jjto I break his sileacc. What he
TO TEXAS PORTTug in
late
These'cans are especially made : to Key West Lodge No. 551.!says when he speaks, also
be accused by "newdeal" -
may I for use in marking channels at MY. and Mrs. Traylr: 'iirfa two 'i 1 January at a liberty leagve Meet
IB. P. O. E.. on Thursday January
congressmen of going be- airplane landings and are so con- BEING REPAINTEDHouseboat 11 I year-old daughter, were arrivals I II' !i 2. 1936, at 80 p. m. The attendance |:;mg. will be awaited with more
their normal in
yond en- ,
scope the
!over last from
highway night
'J than
structed be perfunctory interest.
as to easily overturned ;
Thomas E. ) i; of all members and visiting
Moran of New
in activities hos-
gaging political I'j Bristol. Yiu, and will spend the
I without appreciable damage I Borah'
tile to the Roosevelt administration. York which was in port for fuel j winter in Key West. expecting to II brothers is requested. j I 'Campaign'Oa
oil and supplies at the Porter BY VICTROLA TONIGHT I i I struck.to a plane should they be Idler which was recently I return north in ApriL They will W. CURRY HARRIS, I. the Republican atao I. too.

Dock company, sailed yesterday Latest Broadway Hits On I on Thompson's ways for' be located: at apartments on Du- dec31-2t Secretary.things began to happen. Several

afternoon for Port Elizabeth Texas Phonograph RecordsHABANA.MADRID overhaul is now at the Porter'I j val street. I neatly-arranged applecart were

: NEW YEAR'S EVE Dock Company's slip being re" Arrangements were made"I upset by the decision of Senator
With the suction dredge, Tem- CLUBNo TONIGHT furnished and painted for the through the housing department I We Wish Our Customers : Borah to enter the presidential

$et\9rdm.$ ple, in tow from Baltimore MoL, Cover Charges To Mem-I SUNRISE DANCE winter. I for the accommodations of Mr. And Friends I I primaries.

and k..tUN the Moran'sailed December 3, and bers and Their Guests When the work 5s completedthe 1 and Mrs.Trayer among many otb-I A HAPPY AND I With Borah waging a asJUtaat

should have been further on her Dancing Both Indoors and 10:30 RAUL'S 5:00 Idler, which is- the propertyof I era who have already been com- PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR{t battle_to_,"liberalize" the Repub4
WHISKIES AND GINS way to destination had the pas- In Open Air I Den W....' 8-Pies. OrchestraFor Wm. R. Porter win be towedto | Portably: located or have 4 t Dean party It Is difficult to see

sage not been hindered by gales Rc..rraUoa* P.... 9117 the' Biological station for the I plans with the compJet-J GARDNER'S PHARMACY I i I.how a serious onyenabblc

j and high seas. 1 winter season.tf j led llter visits. I can be escaped.

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mjt Ittp mtst fif it NEW w YEAR'S DAY 1 Today's


Published Dally Except Sunday By Festivals in celebration of the beginning ;: Anniversaries ..
TUB C1T1ZK.1 rlBUSUUG CO. IXC. HE OLD'ENOUGHTO
L. P. AHTMA. President of a new year have been traced backas ..... \\5 ........................
AuUtaat B.ml e.. Haaager BETOLD ABOUT al
ALLEN
JOE From Tbe Citizen Building far as 3,000 B. C., to ancient Babylon. THE NATIONAL. PEST? r C sit U91-Jacqu., Cartier, Frenchnavigator
explorer
of the St.
Corner Greene and Ann Street They have been held long before that.
may Lawrence River,bom. Died Sept.

Only Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe, Throughout the ages various peoples have 1.. 1551. ) \
County. a f
observed various days as New Year's Day.Inview 1803 Richard,, ,
Entered at Key W.st._ Florida as second class.matter ::1 : __ L' S. Field, New
h f the many"calendars which -i ; Jersey senator jurist and author -I
FIFTr-SIXTHTEAR ..... ; y born at White 11111. N. J. Died I ? (
been ( .
Member .( the A_late4- Peeve : have employea( ft to'mark the passage May 25, 1870.
Is exclusively entitled to' d li 1st 1 a
Press :
the Associated tjse
fur republication or all a.w.dispatches crtrtl-ed to of time much:qonfusion: as resulted. Dif- -W tid I
It or not otherwise credited In this paper; and also 1815-George G. Meade. sol l
the local news published here.'NATIONAL ferent peoples have counted the years from 44r/ dier-engineer of the Seminole and -

some realorimaginary'event': and the Mexican wars, Union general,I g '
EDITORIAL) .
victor at battle of Gettysburg I 177 I :
1 II ASSOCIATION, length of the' ear ifeelf lias varied accord- born in Spain (of American parentage .I
193 SBCSSCRiPTiO ay
C/t I ing to the calendar used. ., {t u 1 1t ). Died in Philadelphia
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'* RATES The Mohammedan Nov. 6, 1812.1822Henry.
for
year, example
line Tear _---_. -$10.00
Six Month sen: I is governed by the moon, instead of the P.: Hammett
Thee tli.------- as* t(
One Month __._.... .85 sun, and consists of 12 lunar months, or : II 9 noted Southern cotton manufacturer -

Weekly .20 only 354 days.* The Hebrew calendar also of his day born in Green-
ADVERTISING RATESMade ville Co. S. G. Died May 8, $
known on application. consists of 354 days ordinarily but an

SPECIAL NOTICE extra month is inserted once in 19 years. 1891. -

All reading notice, cards of thank, resolutions 1834
respect, obituary notices, etc, will be charged for at years, 5 -
the rate of 10 cents a line. as they are called. lawyer, soldier congressman :.
Notices for entertainments by churches from which born in Boon
and jurist,
a revenue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. The ancient Egyptian had 12
The Citizen Is an oven forum and invites discus- year CdL, .Mo. Died March 13, 1919.
lion of public Issues and subjects of local or general months of 30 days each but five supplementary : sii
interest but it will not publish anonymojis communi !
cations. days were added at the end mak- .$1853-Tasker H. Bliss America i
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ing 365 days. Similar peculiarities markedthe ,: :?* noted soldier who attained i ;(
THE OLD YEAR'S EVENSONGLet Ufe! coveted rank of General of

: year of various other peoples. At one KEY WEST IN I r r TODAY'S WEATHER 1 th* Army born at Lewisbnrg Fa- I
time or another every day in the year has Died in Washington Nov. 9.
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us forgive and forget. -
been considered New Year's Day accord DAYS GONE BY 1930.. i I
Ere the chanting of evensong; -
ing to some calendar or other. Happenings Here Jest 10 Year' 1 ;
Lowe Highest WEATHER CONDITIONSThe l860 iFrederick G. BonfOs,
It, ;
is too and too
The, night long deep '
Our present calendar is a modification Ago Today As Take. From Station last night last 2-1 hours !publisher of the Denver Post,

For one who hath suffered a wrong of that established by Julius Caesar in The Files Of The Citizen I Abilene ...'."_ 38 48 high pressure area that was rn at Troy Mo. Died Feb. 2,
A grudge to keep Atlanta! .-..... 22 30 over the lower Mississippi Valley1 1933.. I'I'b i
After; the sun hath set. the year 46 B. C. Augustus made some rearrangement ,The Tampa Bay Eagle scouts, Boston ____. 1-1 26 yesterday morning has moved r

of the number of days in the f who have been in Key West for Buffalo m..... 1-1 20 northeastward, being crested this :Subscribe to The Citizen. t

various months so that August named for four days in camp at the barracks Charleston 28 40 morning over the Appalachian region f
Let us forget and forgive I left this morning on the Steam- Chicago ..n_'_ 24 26 Wytheville Va.. 30.46 inches '
him might have as many days is July t .. ..... .IIIT.I'.I'J .,
While the wound to our pride is red; ship Northland for Havana. The Denver ._ 20 46 and pressure has risen throughout -
, named for Julius, for originally Augusthad 73 boys in the council were mem- Detroit ..._.... 1-1 22 most of the country east of
Lest the warmth in our soul grow cold. .._ I
bers of yesterday, Galveston 42 50 the Mississippi River; while pressure -
only 30 days. The calendar we now a fishing party '
And words which we fain would have said on the U. S. Tug Saco which was' Havana ...__ 6.t is moderately low over the For the
Be yet untold use was established by Pope Gregory in but one of a number of entertain-I Huron ......n._ 12 28 greater part of the Plains States
1582. lacksonvi1J .. 32 46 and Rocky Mountain region. Hel-
them while they
And hate forever live. So, when we observe New Year's Daywe were ments here.offered Roy Bachman district Kansas City .. 28 46 ena, Mont.. 29.84 inches.. A slight I GIVE THEM A
scout said the treat-' KEY WEST. 58 69 disturbance in the western Gulfof
may understand that it does not mean executive Little Rock .. 32 40 Mexico has caused rain during
Hate is the weapon of fear ment the boys received in Key'. Nothing teaches a
anything in particular, except that it is Los Angeles S2 60 the last 24 hours on the middle
"But love is the sword of the grave; the first day of a year arbitrarily established tions.West exceeds his greatest expectaJ Louisville ...... 12 26 Gulf coast and throughout most f S Account. Start one with

Forgiving-the song of a king 1 Miami ......._. S2 68 of Texas and Oklahoma Corpus
as a convenient means of reckoningthe J little as one dollar. From
.. 20 28
And grudging-the dirge of a knave. friendsof Minneaoolis Christi. Texas reporting a heavy I
Of interest to the
flight of time. many New Orleans 40 48 rainfall of 2.16 inches. Rains When graduation and.
Which will we sing Master Sergeant John Buffam New York .... 1-1 26 have also been general in the
Throughout the glad New Year U. S. A., and Mrs.' Buf fam.will be; Pen eola m_:. 38 44 Pacific States, and there has been be prepared for them. He
1935 A HEALTHY YEAR the announcement of the Sergeant's -' PitstkJr .. 8 18 light in the middle Atlantic
snow that it is not what
son you
I retirement after 30 years: St. Louis mOo' 24 32 States, and in portions of the best".J

CHAS. JUNKEN BENEDICT. When the records are all in, 1935 willprobably of service. Mrs. Buffam was before -; Salt Lake City 30 3.t Lake region North Dakota Montana that makes wealth. ,
marriage. Miss Emma Careyjof San Francisco 46 .16 I and Utah. Temperatures
\\.oi, ,. ,,- prove to be the healthiest, year! this city. The retirement ceremonial Seattle ..._.._ 46 5.t have fallen in the Florida Peninsula .
-- Happy and Prosperous New. Year. '"'to' the nation--has experienced in a long time, was held in Pensacola. Tampa m._"._' 38 .50 I with freezing this morning, The First National

All. according to Dr. Chester T. Brown's statement 1! Washington .. 22 28 in the northeastern portion and
The Boca Chica road will be;; Williston .._.. 8 22I have risen'throughout most of the
before a rational convention of life thrown open to the public on New;I,I I Mississippi! Valley Plains States Member of the .

insurance presidents in New York. He estimates Year's day. Contractors are rapid;l and Lake region, with readings !
Our own hope for 1936.is that The Temperatures'IR.hest Member of the
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with the work and : still abnormally low over eastern
'
ly proceeding
that there will be fewer
34,000 ..._______ .-69 i
Citizen will be better than 'ever and win are confident that the road will districts and near or above the
deaths this than last. _
Lowest
new friends. Contrary year to the usual trend deaths be in process readiness of by that date has beep as Mean __._.._..__.....__:.::....6.. seasonal western sections.average throughout most .
the surfacing
I : Normal Mean n'_". .:.._...._.:.:,. -69 1 ,tt Jt
from heart disease, cancer. Bright's disease completed and oiling will be completed I
The Citizen takes this opportunity to this afternoon.. it is said. I I I Rainfall - - __ .R.. I-
cerebral hemorrhage and some other -- Festerday's Precipitation .0 Ins. iff!"" ossioiis osCALL! AIr.AT' ."-. !/ .-& .-,

announce there will be no more issues of maladies have decreased, while tuberculosis Senator George II. Moses, Republican -' Normal. Precipitation .... .05 Ins. j

:this paper until next year.America's continues to decrease, as has been the case New Hampshire stop-( adiac Tale sl rrr.re'me.. ..r.rkai a-k.ur, _..'else pitied ': "'1

for several years. Of major causes of ;led I over in Key West a few hours'! Tomorrow's Almanac i
today as he awaited sailing of the Sun rises 7:12 a. m. I'
first bath tub was built in death, only influenza shows an increase. Steamship Northland for Havana. Sun sets ..mn'h..m.-",,,_........... 5:49- p. m. i.

1842. Medical men promptly pronouncedthe Deaths from external causes are fewer and The senator has been ordered to Moon rasa: ...............-12:03 p. m.

bath tub a "menace to health." Boston those from automobile accidents are expected take a complete rest and believeshe Moon sets m. .no-n.12:06. a. m.
can find this on the Island of First quarter Jan. 1 _.10:15-a m. : D
made bathing unlawful except when to show a slight decrease from the I
Cuba.. Tomorrow's TIdes. I
prescribed by physicians. Many a small tragic record of 1934, when more than t A.JT.\ P.M. j ); .q ;;

boy would still like to see the Hub's former 36,000 were killed.Contrasting Property damage estimated at High ___.._._.._. 2:42 3:05; ; For I ITo
$50,000 resulted from a fire which Low _.___......__._ 8:27 9:13 I ; Anything :
law prevail.At automobiles with railroads
started .:20. o'clock this morningon Barometer 8 a. m. today: i
with respect to accidents Dr. Brown Duval street between Angela'and : Sea level 30.13. i

his declared that not a single passenger of any I Petronia streets. The Fourth'of ] Build Or Repair I
the time Cicero was writing was killed during the first six I Irailroad' July coffee shop was destroyed, WEATHZR FORECAST i : '
la⁣ essay on "Old Age" it was the cus- together with its equipment of:
tom in Rome to drop the aged }into the months of? 1935, and this. he attributed to billiard tables and fixtures. The;' (Till 8 p. nu, Wednesdiy) I :

much' the everlasting and untiring campaign for Gomez bottling works next do-r: Key West and Vicinity: >) Iostlyj I
'Tiber River. Now we are concerned -
about them and the very Social SecurityAct railroad safety. was also destroyed. !: cloudy tonight and Wednesday;I Florida Cement Upson r rCarey's ?

endeavors to make the evening of their Mayor Leslie Curry is tryingout i' i I
WHY ATLANTIC AIR SERVICE LAGS
,lives secure and pleasant. a plan for making the prin- II "
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-- cipal thoroughfares of the city

Many\ readers of The Citizen have with stop slow no parking and .

Advice is cheap-experience is costly. wondered why air mail service has been one all automobiles way signs. His come idea to is to a make full _:.m 1 1A 1I i Roofings Red


the token is better ii
By same experience a +
inaugurated over the Pacific ocean to stop before crossing them. "The

teacher than advice. Yet advice gained Manila when there is no service of the people want sane traffic rejrula-] = i
from is worth tions" said the mayor, "and that
practical experience con- ,
type across the Atlantic to Europe a more is what I am striving to give Pine and
I Cypress
trouble is that the
sidering.; The only ex- I profitable field. I them." I Mostly Cloudy Warmer
be the
not
perience of man might ex-
one
I The answer is that several nations are warmer tonight; moderate to I
perience of another under exactly simjlarcircunvtarces. engaged in a struggle to secure control of I Tonight marks the opening of fresh easterly winds, becoming; I k
So much depends on the I II III the munipal concert season. The southerly. I i
landing and port rights, with the idea apparently -I concerts will be given in Bayview Florida: OVrndy. probab'y rain Sherwin Williams -
at advicenor
qualities of men. Don't laugh I of getting a monopoly on trans- ', Park and will be the means of attracting -, in north and central portions to.

yet accept it unconditionally. It maybe Atlantic air mail. I hundreds of visitors to night and Wednesday; not quite h:

good bad-and alone are the one that delighful area. They will also: so cold tonight.Jack:1ville .
or you ;Cert inli. ships rf the of the
< type
afford residents the opportunity: Florida
responsible for weighing its merits as it China Clipper )voul\ |Jiaye no trouble fly- of hearing a competent band' Fresh northeast to and east Straitsl winds, Screen Wire and i

applies to your particular case. V*, ft'\ ing :from thLscountry| to Europe but obviously several times weekly. t becoming variable; overcast wea-1 i h: f
north and
ther with rain over
they would have to land at a ter-
Editorial comment: In self defense central portions tonight and Wed
One way to defeat the tTown ;r.(! minaT andttilrasbef'.b'd'rsbine emergency a lot of people will have to': nesday. :

:Plan i Is to think of a plan more ridiculous. landing field*in Bermuda and the Azores. hang together and protest against' East Gulf: 'Fresh or strong \.: ,, ,Household
all this talk of chloroforming' shiftingto
northeast and east winds a
A Battle Creek Michigan\ planner h'as a The former BritislTowned is about 580 mental defectives. northwest; overcast weather I

scheme that is a dandy. It requires the miles west of North Carolina and the latter tonight and Wednesday with rain Land

.government to give each child at birth a : a Portuguese island, is 830 miles east Uncorking a whirlwind of- possibly squalls over north

'promissory note for $20,000 payable whenIt of that country.It fensive representing the light but the speedyquintet Eagle; portion tonight. I

: reaches the age of 20. As this design is entirely natural for any Euro- scouts from the west coast section -!, ner at the Over-Sea Hotel last

:affects everybody it will quite naturally pean country, giving American airplane forced the Exchange Club tot' night. .

;become more popular than the TownsendPlan landing rights, to expect 'similar concessions put forth a great defensive and : !
I I battle all the way to.emerge win-, The Monroe County High South Florida Contracting &
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which benefits directly only people in the United States. This is not objected ners from the contest last night.! School basketball team will play

who reach the age of 60. It should do to, as we understand it, but for some The score was Key West 28,' the first game of a series with .

away with birth control, as no one would reason there is a stubborn disinclination to I Scouts 17.Complimenting. |the navy tonight' Friday January Hill-I\ Phone 598 \ 5
8, the locals will meet the
want to plough under a $20,000 baby. One clear up the matter Some think it is be- Mr and Mrs.) borough High School team from ": "Yo1H"hvme is worthy of the

thing lacking in these illusionary theoriesis cause Great Britain has prior rights in the i Randolph. Pinder. of West Pabnj'Tampa and the Conchs will depart -I t

that nothing is said where the money is islands but no planes capable of operating ; Beach who are visiting Telathres,I I the following week 'tt plfy i "-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm J. Schoneekjentertained the first out of town game ati : .
to come from. the service. i At.. oar course- din-I Dania. --- 'l.I:. ""I I II best"s
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1 ;TBESDAY.. DECEMBER :3T, 1935. .THE KEY WEST CITIZEN __ PAGE THREEII.

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NEVER MIND THE LADY FERA TEN BLANKED FOOTBALL GAME AT POSTPONEMENT OF


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foUotftd;ayJroPaltr Analr. West iu That was to prevent his swingingaway LOSERS OUTHIT VICTORS. There will be a football game The basketball game scheduled:
Terry WUlitt to tin dork
tor* *. feu evorrvlerf wit*; Btlojom from a blow and also. to hold played at Bayvlew: Park tomorrow for tonight at the High Sd.0P) < !'
t Me effort to font tko mane him on his feet. HOWEVER; SCORE WAS
3.44 tqtilfwtent afternoon gym between the Monroe high
accessary for The beginning at 2 o'clock.
police folded his
rtrrVs ongtnofrimg fob -rtfer.BtUtm lieutenant JOVE 6TO0 and the AllStarCollege quint<_u
attack Terry, and Allairo order and put it la his pocket The i The contestants will be the
.keets ,*m. Although Terry r aOyfott has been indefinitely postponed.Today's .
_
prison doctor t
to fatt to protect Allairt. 41- slnped.nnobtrasivelyinto High School eleven and the Key
.- tare think* Ho ha* aUfd. for k the room and sat ,down ,on a \ West Stars. ........................
/ leaving her in a r.poJ ri .d.a country (a tact ,.. mie.. And bench. The wiry little man grasped PARK TIGERS I The Sanitary Department\ ten
.e*. 1tt after being told by At- the beadle of a whip with seven whitewashed The latter outfit will have a Horoscope
was afternoon
fae'4 Otoroo Pom of the AmericanMetfcy heavy thongs of rawhide and noosedIt WING THROUGHWW yesterday few new faces on i its line-up in another
.. AUotr
that love tar *
by the Administration outfit ....eeee.*eeee..a.eeeeee
to totting for tile State around his wrist ., GAINED LEAD
..............,.. I attempt to defeat the ABC
Something cracked about his back -";w .T W V V e..aaa..a..a..a.a. at Bayriew park. outfit. The last day of the year docs

,Chapter 14 with a stinging snap brought; beads t h.eebid1.of the Senior Second basemen: Eugene Roberts was oq the not promise very good fortune.

THE LASH II of sweat out on his forehead seat a' Di an League, other than I I Hale-146 lot outs, 69 assists. INCAGELOOP mound for the victors, allowing.. The School boys will stand paton If any success is to be attained,
million stabbing devils racing up his those.' published yesterday during and 16 errors. their lineup.CLASSIFIED. humility of spirit is to be cu'u-' !
safeties4'
*THE little window was seven feet his lips I just six
spine.. His cheek twitched -
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1935 follow: Kerr-112 put outs, 55 assists I vated. The patient waiter is oft-.
'above the floor and had two 1 were bloodless. Bat otherwise his Most I Although his teammates collected ........................ rewarded the
playedSterlingand and 19 ener by success ;:
I games errors. HIGH SCHOOL ADDED ANOTHER
thick Iron tars. A guinea pig would face remained unchanged.One .
Hale, 57 each. I P. .Carbonell-55 put outs, 49 I only four hits, they were the one who seeks to tear things
have. had to poll In Its stomach- hard or was that the easy 1j
"Not a thing you can do. Ducky. one? No. the next one was easier. I assists' and 12 errors. DEFEAT TO WAPA.S1LOSING aided by four miscues committedby open by strength or guile. Still a

WUI tt said. "They've turned you it was delivered with a half stroke Most runs scored-Baker, 48. I C. Garcia-15 put outs, 6 as- STRING; GAMES the Health boys and capturedthe proper application of the powersof

loose, but If yon keep hanging from the elbow but the wiry little sists and 2 errors. game 6 to 0. COLUMN today may bring success.LEGALS.

around they might think better of man bad a wrist of steeL And then Most hits-Ward, 69:). i Rueda-27 jt cuts, 15 assists WERE WELL PLAYED
Bunny Roberts smacked the ........................
It- tbe second hard cne that snapped and 6 errors. : --------------------w

"Listen" Interrupted Corrigan and seared and flicked! around his Most doubles-Ingraham, and : G. Acevedo-10 pat outs, 5; assists ball to left center in the opening LOST

"this talk Is costing me money. What ribs. Kerr> 15 each. ; and 2 errors. The Island City; Winter Basket- inning for a home run. IV: THE COVRT OP" TIHJ ("ot'%Tr
the hell Is the matter with you? Plugs! and lice and phonies. A FIFTEEN FIVE DOLLAR BILLS atone MO>ROE COt':NTY.
ball Gene had the Health boys pop- STATE OP FLORIDA. : rRO-
behindto League teams played two IV
Come Terry Job to white man who bad stayed
to. you've got a
:Most triples Baker Sterling ($75)) in the postoffice. Re- BATE
,
Third basemen's ping all the contest.
during
"cover. A who had pitied : up
a man rod at the School
{ games High ward if returned In re tbe Estate of
.")"id yon find out what I asked -who was It-Speede! He'd pitied Ingraham McCarthy, Tynes,. C. Wm. Cates-19 put outs, 80 assists Gymnasium last night which They hit 10 pop flys. Wilson Internal Revenue to Howard Of. WILLIAM TEDDER.e&
Gates 2 each. e4.
yo; Speede. the kanasoaked. bewilderedkid and 16 errors. were greatly enjoyed by the fans Wickers led at. bat with two fice. Postoffice FINAL NOTICE
rt.b Building .
'. : said Corrigan. "The Ia Propiouoire! Pitied?-be had I Albury-98 put outs, 85 assists in attendance. Key Notice Is hereby given that th'
\ '1amea have checked out on the almost scorned him. Most home runs-Sterling, 5; and 20 errors.Goehring25. In the opening contest the safeties in four times np. W. West, Fla. dec31-lt undersigned did on the 12th day ..t,
V"l'' Willett bent his head down between I and J. Cartonell Albury and In- Arias and Stickney hit safely December A. D. 1JJ5, prevent t >
*jacket. He grunted. 1hDpt put outs, 20 assists !
WPA five played. ) their best game; SUM OF MONEY. in bills Sat- the Honorable Count Judge f.f
h's! His forehead graham each. 1' .
Toi'lmow what you're doing. arms. and 10 errors. once in two tries. Monroe County. Florida. his fin.r
since the league formed but,
wit' but tie touched tbe cold walL Again now he was urday. Reward if returned to return, account and vouchers na
aratiing outside
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In the field Salinero and C.
lost however.. This makes five executor of the Estate af 'illiwn
remembered how his father bad Most stolen'bases-i-A. Acevedo Citizen Office. dec30-2tx()
itekfy frkry light that came through strcjght Stickney for the losers and M. Tedder, deceased, and M >eM tint.
it' sifti!*).window was enough* to ;caked that day when he'd started 17; and Manolo;! and Baker, 14 Shortstops records" : defeats- for the WPA Lopez Wickers and EL Robertsfor ,then and there, make appllqatiuo t
tr 4i.. tbet;grjia tine of unshaven ja w.Willett. on his race against sickness and de each; Hale, 12. A. Acevedo-90 ?ut outs, 104 five. BICYCLES the said Judge for a dtdeNarte'ot
the winners the stars. his administration of aud,
were estefe
At the end of the first -
sertion. quarterthe :
't.8oI.ttered -Soft as assists and 16 errors. Wa;
and for an order diachargmr him
Score R. H. E.
.YA .: The offlccr counted on in a metbdoical. Most sacrifice hits-Baker, 9;! Baber-65 put outs, 79 assists losers were leading and had by innings: BICYCLES-WE RENT by theHour such executor. '
dXfht2t p1at the Embassj coulJ official! tone, and 'the little Hale 8 IL Gates 8. and 14 errors. the ABC outfit "up in the air." Sanitary Department Day or Week. Repair Dated this the Zfth daV or December
; J A. D 1035.
kVv'gotten. ,yon out of this, lousy grey-haired maIl transferred tbe M. Lopez-20 put outs, 25 as- At the end of the irst half the 000 000 000--0 6 4 all makes and paint them with GEORGE P.: TBTOBR.As .

hoe) whip to his left hand There was no Most times struck out Bethel,I sists and 8 errors.F. score was 12 to 10 in their favor Administration100 Nu-EnameL We carry a full Executor of tbe Estate bf Vi\ .

!-1 told you once." Willett said paleafiy.'the expression: anywhere in that room Lor-ez-4 pat outs! 10 as- but at the! conclusion of the third 100 22i-6 4 2 supply: of parts. Agent for the liam Tedder. Deceased. ...
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39: ; McCarthy 30; Kerr 27; Bar- dec24-31 1515; Jan 7-14 U:
police would have tailed of stone with the rain rustling oat- sists and 4 errors.Shortfielo's quarter it stood'24 to 20 in favor Batteries: C. Stickney and Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles
#Anybody I contacted and I didn't side the wait celo, 26.11ost of the victors. Final tally was Gabriel; E. Roberts and Hopkins. And sell them as low as $5.00

.p ;nt the Embassy mixed up In this. The small part of a beautiful 35 to 25.Score down and $1.00 per week. BENJAMIN LOPEZ

/The police would have tailed you tookept young Irish mother's soul that had times walked-Baker, 29; records: by quarters: Total I This afternoon at 4:30 o'clock Phone 276. J. R. Stowers C. FUNERAL HOME
that they'd get sick of hang crept into him as be stood on the M. Acevedo, 20; Albury, 19. Salinero-5 put outs, 9 assists decl8tfFOR
IWPAT' 9 3 8 5 25Hijrh J! these two clubs will play the last
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jlnft around the Redmonte Bar. deck of the "Parajaibo" as the and 2 errors. I Serving Key West
School .. 8 6 10 11-35 i diamondball of the F.
t I year.
game
:":Will, all right." Corrigan agreed. lash fell across bis shouldersbard, Pitchers' record: Sweeting-46 put outs, 38 assists I i KENT Half Cent.ry
hard. ,Ol8-tw'o. swing C': Lunn and' Free throws missed: Domenech Stickney will pitch for the Office 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
79* whatr easy. easy your won two games and 10 errors.
I 1, Cooper 2 Baker 1 Wickers 1, I crew and Clyde Stickney for the fLOWER
Willett sat down on his cot and partners one-two one-two a rhythm lost none. i II. Gates-33 put outs, 39 assists FURNISHED' APARTMENT Licenced Embalmer
twisttd hi* hands together. that pounded in his temple. Ward won 13 and lost 7. ;:i and 6 errors. Saunders 2, J. Pinder 3, Sweet- Sanitary boys. z i -2 bed rooms, conveniences -I Phone 135 Night 695I -\\

t"'bey've given me a choice of Fire Music! Swing of power- Tynes won 4 and lost 3. t Nodine-8 put outs, 10 assists ing 1. i I i porches. 519 Elizabeth -
ttrM months or twenty lashes. he there was no room for softness In A. Smith. PT 22 0 44 I
C. Gates won 13 and lost 16. and 2 errors. I Street. novlS
txld-Jl u)'. "Hildes!\ is going to pull Terry Willett's world! Lay It on. He A. Lunn won 8 and lost 11. E. Hernandez-23 put outs, 10 In the nightcap the Park Tigers i J. Finder, HS 20 2 42 I

t&rodgh. so the:}:ve decided to wash and his father had bridges to build: Ubieta won one and lost none.I assist and 3 took possession: of the first Sweating HS 18 2 38 FURNISHED APARTMENT i KEY WESTCOLONIAL
t ifcV 'tip on a ntempt of court rivers to cross new worlds to con- errors.J. rung in the standing of the league J V W'dson HS 12 8 32 Modern conveniences, 62SI i
crte.I .". \ quer-what was that girl to Dim? Bethel Sterling lost)ost one. Carbonell-31 put outs 10 by defeating the Busy Bee Bakers Ed W'dson BB 13 5 31 White street, or call at Gaiti's' HOTELIn

1 '_Thret months! ?asped Corrigan. She w'as something that had made two. assists and 6 errors. I by a 37 to 25 score. Curry.. WPA 13 4 30 Barber Shop sov2

-$o." Terry WUltJULMld quietly.Tw him feel he was missing somethingin GiUintine lost one. > Score by quarters: Total Cooper, WPA 99 27 the Center of the Businessand "

-. nty lashes." I "" life that's what she was. Walker lost one. Left fielders records: I Bakers ...._ 1 12 8 425 : Hernandez, BB 10 0 20 NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT Theater district!

/Bucky: stared at flabbergast- And if he never saw two heavy The of the J. Garcia-38 put outs, 3 assists : Tigers ..___....11 7 7 12-37 Parks BB 15 1 32 with garage Apply 827
wings of honey-colored bair In tbe fielding averages
2 First Clua-Faeproof-
and errors.
el7toar i Free throws missed--Catea 1, Dnval street dec9
a damnedf foot" reflection of the moon on tbe Palva.or catchers were: Hernandez outs 5
M. put as- 1 Smith 2 Standing of the league: Sensible RatesCarafe
Albury Dopp 1.
-':Maybe. but I fta/a't stay here fore sensed tbe fresh young grace of a Ingraham-299 put outs, 35 as- sists and 3 errors.Hifrgs i ,
tnonthL I' fake two thousand girl whispered in the breeze through : sists and 15 errors Club- W. L. PcL FOR SALE
I -58 put outs, 21 assists Leading scorers: Park Tigers .... .... 4 1 .800 Elevator
1 t the palms there would be scars U'his M.: Acevedo-137 put outs, 38 -
her i and 3 errors. FG FT TotalW. Busy Bee Bakers 32 .600 OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Twa
:Bnt'yoa're"razy: roared Corrtgad. back to remind hlin of and I assists and 17 errors. .
Gonzaez-53' put outs, 18 assists Cates PT 28 6 62 School 3 2 .600 bundles for 5c.. The Guinea Of- Popular 1 rices
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High
Lashes!-that penalty is only the way she had walked Into the Gabriel-39 put outs, 8 assists j l ,
for plan and lice and phonies Alvio that night with hides II' and 3 errors. and 5 errors. Hale PT .._ 27 1 55 WPA 0 5 .000: lice calf

for'drunka and cashiered soldiers sprawled back on Rosina B. Stay I

they.can;; do that! They've got no hard the lash hissed. Stay hard the Pitchers' fielding: records are: Center fielders records:

1 regular l law like that any more!" soft stumble- Ward-32 put outs 63 assists Jones-10 put outs, 2 assists I

"Not Well they dug up an old law and 10 and 1 error.Bethel134.
tot this American.That's the choice 1 was over. The little grey man errors.L. -.
IT outs 12 assist
put ,
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Castro-7 outs 10 assists
I his brow with the back of p-it ,
thbt-gave me when I tried to get a and 6 ,
smiled his hand and flexed his wrist and 6 errors.Tynes16. errors. /
Upended( sentence He
A1onso-9 put outs, 3 assists
r ironically."I Just naturally surprised Willett's hands came free and he put outs 20 assists FIRMS
hill out of those Splgs when I called discovered he'd been putting a lot and 4 errors.C. and 5 errors.
thttr bluff. more weight on them than he'd Gates--29 put outs, 62 assists McCarthy-85 put outs, 5 assists


sprang from his cot and seized a little as with a chilL A. Lorn-56 put outs, 89 as- Molina-18 put outs, 12 assists I

to;bars of his cell door. The prison doctor started to help sists and four errors.J. and 8 errors. Who Rush To Give Service-Patronize Them
'" he him Willett flung off his hand
+ I'have to take them. Bucky. up. Walker-34 put outs, 20 as- /
IIreithede "because I've got to get took a deep breath and rose to his sists and 7 errors. I Right fielders' records .

ot of;here. And you have to help feet unaided. Ha walked steadilyover Stanley-14 put outs, 3 assists
Bta'That: to the bench and sat there impassively -
banana tramp First :Basemen's records: and 2 errors.
.]Yeah, ," said Corrigan gently. while the doctor poked Barcelo-169 put outs 10 as- Machin-20 rut outs 5 as- Star American Coffee
"Take' It easy fella. I got It. And around with a stethoscope and felt R 0 S E S '
his pulse. sists and 8 errors. :sists and 5 errors.Q. JOHN C PARK T I F T S
your When do get
.emf freight' too. you Several warm little streams were Brady-18 put outs, 6 assists Lopez-2 put outs 3 assists NOW OFFERED IN

*?n an hour or so." Willett ran trickling down his side and his back: and. 7 errors. and 1 error. THREE GRADES FLORAL PIECES A
fingers through his hair restlessly. throbbed madly. The doctor prepared SterEng-271 put outs 25 as-.. J. Roberts-24 put outs, 14 assists 328 SIMONTON ST GASH GROCERY "f

AfTwenty; ten easy ten bard. Ten a basin and started to give his sists and 20 errors. : and 3 errors. STAR, Ib., 25c SPECIALTY

I y'the right hand ten by the left. back, and shoulders an antisepticbath. LARGO Ib 18c 1101 Division Street

!laughed.! "Like a game. Bet" onChat's ............................... ie.e**.*e.ee.eee. P L U M BIN G ;v. & a 'lb. PLANTS and VINES 29'' ..
15c
1 coming-hard or easy The wiry little man had disapgeared PHONE .. ..
shouldersAhrough and the police lieutenant
his
fr Corrigan gripped
the bars. leaned against the wan and waited ROASTED IN KEY WEST i :'. "

*A "Take it easy. Terry he said patiently, but without interest \ FOR SALE PUMPS -B7- SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy :

everything and be The great strength that was his DURO Crocesia j. ,
pJn.W And don't worry. began to flow back through his body ,. "
/
f" will be thej throwing off the effects of the lash. .. i PLUMBING SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY
man on .., _. .. '
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Line Fresh
i"! : Complete
<*b an!Sn his feet too. 1 know your Willett stood np. The doctor chat. : 512 Greene Street
old man." tered something but Terry,heeded : 7'' PHONE 348 Fruits and Vegetables
"If he un"." Willett said tensely him not a word. He put on his shirt ; : > : ; Phone 256 PHONE 597

"I'll hate myself all my life." and nodded to the lieutenant .. .3 ,fi+. .R is
And Corrigan. looking at the pow Then he walked out of that little .

erful young man about to take twenty stone room and the doctor stared ,: ., SELECT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
Spig lashes was discerning after him. holding a cotton ball : : TOURISTS!

enough to realize he probably would. tinged with blood. 1.f 21b.. 35c INSURANCE .

He'd never be soft again-but hard, "Iron." be breathed. Yellowtail Steak, 2 u... 35c ,4Jewfub
hard as only a man who knew the Corrigan was striding up and DON'T MISS THE FERRY-
H Hmh.l1 Yellowtail Bone. 2 Ib. 25c
Office 319 Duval Street
down in the rain outside Cancel Municipal
cost of being soft could be. ,'!1f mitt: w..11 Stop Over At /
"See you later son." he said and when he came out softer ..rea't mtt Grouper Z Ibs. ZSC

left hurriedly. "Terryl! How do you feel son?" _." .. ..Jt. "' .... .!..!. ..! .-- Spper, 2 0... 25c BIG PIN INN
"All right. said Willett "Every .r rl> I TELEPHONE NO. 1 .
Matron Fish, 2 lb. 25c -
AN hour later they came for him. thing set" BIG PINE KEY i

He was taken to a small stone "Your freight's on board with FRESH SHRIMP
room. A wiry little man with grey about a million bananas.Let' ." Large Select Oysters Only I Miles fro m No Name -mE--- Try Year M..1e At
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hair and a face heavily creased with go. Key. Ferry
Fresh Crab Meat i. lb SSe
>> cans Delmonico Restaurant
wrinkles was leaning against a wall They got into a taxi. Corrigan regarded -
him Intently as he tat I Ii FREE PROMPT DELIVERY REASONABLE RATES I PORTER-ALLEN
Terry Willett's face was as stonyas S.clwetMr a- ___ lie
the room. He listened calmly to straight in his seat. away*ti-em the I
LOWE FISH COMPANY American ..41 Fn.pe.. ''Plaa .
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a police guard with three stars on cushions. U Sb c..ne Di. -

hi* collar read the order. At the "Hell, huh r PHONE 151 Phone 3 RiDa-t.o. Distance COMPANY ---- SOe. 7Sc. and bye
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word he unbuttoned' his shirt and 1 asked for It.Willett said .

let It drop from his shoulders. steadily.

Then he turned and faced the wall (C I'1'ri' lc..t, ;aidDasld? 9i=
raising his hands above his head to J .ifCf "lC U, AARON McCONNELL EXTRA LARGE SELECTCHESAPEAKE ''I
T..orf'ow f PRITCHARD
? ; a lrgI"'+ ; I
be secured by a small chain clasp. left lee T rrjr.oeeeeeeeei I3S Fleming Street "Best for Pets- BAY

--- 4\ I:1 t Dog or Cats FlfrffiRAL HOME


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i I PROOF READING CONTEST Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White-M C1)) -- after laboratorytwo has precJaC years research.. for.f, Dignified C.erte.z iympatbtie Served b7 Style and De-

head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof the aaiaaaI kingdom livered Cooked or Raw, to UObaIeed

the sea. and overlooking Coral Park. a ration. J'V1UT:1Iq: pan of city.
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: Name WJITCHMAKER, JEWELEIt Da.LICENSiD
For price and terms apply to Inspected ned p"aby ., HOT SOUSE EVERY
AND ENGRAVER partt .f Aaricalt. .1 SATURDAY

: Address, ,.. L P. ARTMAN, See Him For Your Next Wort United States as fit for L.saa Aa.aIaaeI 1 s'! :. tr&ee .JI- Stealu.

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: The Error- Is_ -....._ Hears 9 t. 12-1 t. B Ask for a.d detaaadLADY FOOD'I ATTENDANT
IDEAL DOC
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-- ", FOUR' ., THE KEY WEsT CITIZEN TUESDAY, DECEMBER E 81, 1983:

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CHURCH LEAGUE 'I':I1' I II SERVICES TONIGHTAT !ARRANGE I WATCH I! NEW YEAR SERVICE'AT STOCKHOLM ASKS


x: : SOCIETY owe e COMING EVENTS STONE CHURCHTonight NIGHT SERVICES{ BAPTIST CHURCH! POLICE RESERVES
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GIVENJHANKSREV. .
I The following;; events cover the i I (w, ApMhtr4 .....,
STOCKHOLM Dec. 31.-All
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week of December 29th 1935, to -

Nina TELEPHONE dqLisa Leslie,149-J Editress OiELE RECEIVES LET- January. 4th 1936: beginning 2t 11 o'clock' TO BE CONDUCTED AT FL'.M-:' f I|1: The congregation, of the First I I 1 been Stockholm invited turn t.under v.!."teer 50.for have-9.


.e e.............S a e e a e e e e e.....a........._....... TER FROM PATIENTS AT Monroe TUESDAY-"Super DECEMBER Speed" 31 with church in the First a watchnght Methodist; service(Stone will) ING STREET METHODIST 1 1 i. quit Baptist the church New Year ere tonight planning in to a I,I authorities reserve police deem corps necessary! which to the insure

MARINE HOSPITALRev. Norman Foster and Florence be held. CHURCH rd r.COLLEGE.
Society Circle Making Plans service beginning at lV ock;. I I
Riee.Pa The pastor. Rev. J. 11. Cul- 1(.: Previous to tbje service the
ace "FortUden Heaven" perper. Jr., .has prepared a special pa.Jtbr -
For Welcoming In New Year Shuler Peele. pastor of the with Chrles Farrell and Charlotte message on the subject: "Past There will be a Watch-Night ;: and Mrs. Day will "keep open HOP

Fleming Street Methodist Church Henry. and Future Opportunities" and I Service at Fleming Street Methodist house" at the partorinm. when Temerrew, Janeery 1
the choir will render specially' beginning' they will be g'.ad to' greet friends
Bayview Park-4:30 P. M. Social Church tonigrt at CUBAN CLUB
Key. i is in receipt j>f a letter from the
of the j I League diamondball game. prepared vocal and instrumental 11 o'clock, and closing- a few and members of the congregation 9:30 Till 1:30 '.'dock
of the local Marine Hospital
colony are I patients Peaa'a Place-4:30 until 5:30P. music. ((minutes after 12' o'clock, mid-: it is stated. Dell Woods Orchestra
extending thanks and appreciation There is no better way to seethe night. 'ji
11. Cocktail hour.HabanaMadridAll. EVERYONE INVITED
the midnight.grand I I to the Young! People's night. Big New Year in. than in worship-'I The pastor. Rev. Shuler Psele.n STOP GETTING UP NIGHTS
I ping God, states the andan sultab1 for, -------------
Epworth League of the Flemln.gStreet pastor : deliver a a rmcn :
been Dance and the best of drinks.
the invitation is extended the public -: the occasion, and the choir wi iI I II MAKE THIS 25c TEST -
agog with Church for excellent Raul's Club-Danes: with Del! to attend. I povide special music in keeping!:p Use! Juniper oil. Buehu leave,

tionItaufi program rendered at the institu- Woods'. Orchestra. with the occasion. etc. to flush out excess adds and
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s tion on Christmas Eve, Country Club-All night Dg: Those persons not attending waste matter. Get rid of bladder Our FriendliestNew
rise Attached to the letter was a list dance. TO WILD\ ROSEBLOSSO church some other place are invited irritation that causes waking up

ficially at of names of the patients and others Cl an Club-Dance with Join to worship at this church. frequent desire: scanty. flow
burning and backache. Get Juni- Year
at the first ; I at the hospital:: all of whom Greetings
Pritchard aad his ] --- --
boys. per oil. Buchu leaves, etc. in lit-
tomorrow t I expressed themselves as having CHINESE UNEARTH tle green tablets called Bukets
Orchestra \[ thoroughly: enjoyed the pros am WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1 r the bladder laxative. In four days A* we begin a new
program morning.'I\,, rendered. WILLIAMS ARMS AND SUPPLIES if
; Monroe-"Star at Midnight"with By MAURINE not pleased go back and get year we pause! to recall
most I 25c. Get_
eral new ........................ Ginger Rogers, Wm. Powell I With frail pink face up-turned tar .'\._..... -, and your feel "full of your pep/1 regular Olivieri'sDrug sleep our pleasant associationswith .
and Paul Kellv. You gaze at me.-ao earnestlyto ,
Store.-advt. and for
tions of NANKING. D c. 31.-Buried you hope
PERSONAL MENTION make
I Palace-Same a* Tuesday. your plea.
gay night t I' treasure means money in the bank their continuance.We
For the [I ........................ Pena's Place--1:30 P. M. until J I'"My fade beauty soon-too soon-will the country :"oik of interior -Jaea..rtH.'. teoal.s voter
5:30 P. :M.. Cocktail hour. ''for
j thank
will be a Authorities of the ol're' THE SEMINOLE ;; you eve
Mrs. Catherine Haynes, wife of Bayriew Park-3:00 P. M. Big If you pluck me from my tree. I Communist-ridden of
atthe, Key i 'Lieutenant Robert N. Haynes U. football I At best my life span is the twin province f1'i ore for your .favora of
game.
AIId.;b ) rewards for
there will i S. N.. arrived.by plane this morn- Cuban Club-Dance with sell I Of any Anril showerSo arms Kiangse ammunition pay cash A and supplies past and deeply 'appre--

course,. ] ing for a visit with friends. Woods' Orchestra. Yet soon I spent. cached T>y red armies in their i! t 411% $,iate the good wil. and]
Habana-Madrid Dance ..and am content; ,
.
their the friendshipyon hftv
five-year struggle agatest gov-j | given|
when
For I
best of drinks by experienced bar go I .
of, :winter .)Irs. Waldo Leon, of Miami:, is tender. I I My beauty will be preserved ernment. i( l use May:we marrt' you
begin at a holiday visitor in Key West, accompanied I! -ati i i
I i By other blossoms of my kind. F r continued patrona : !fG1. !
and eOBt by her daughter Mrs. Subscribe to The C'tizcn: -20cweek'y. : '
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 So I know you'll not forget my ...&
tomorrow, Albert :Marinelli. They are guestsat I I smile, i I II I We are always ready t.
the Baldwin family home on Monroe-Same as Wednesday. 1 I, ,mss .
--- Palace "Fighting Sheriff I Nor the pink blush of my face, serve you with all DAIrV! i
Ann ; '
street. with Back Jones. Nor the joy I bring you now j I J.rfciMM .in., FlorMartf ,PRODUCTS
Rev. Maureau Receives Chinese I .... Bayview Park-1:30: P. M. So- As you gaze on. me to wonder Bermuda Meat MarketJUST .% s.. OBI' :n. ))wags I'A i t
. Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Mayg how RECEIVED-Nice Sfclpirtnt human hom.-Hlia Isstttulio'' GRADE APAstEURIZED
Christmas Card From MMullens and Miss :May Toledo, who were cial League diamondball game. I 1 God creates such as L" POULTRY I I where TOO will find rear lndlTMnal
I Pena's Place-4:30: P. M. until I r.wr.r.ere ratrrtalBwval a mat MILK
visiting with relatives in Miami, Ah little rose, I question not- ter of(real InipOrtasca.o I '
I 5:30 P. M., Cocktail hour. Strictly Fresh Killed PORK from;; i I .
i I I returned on the plane this morning (And be at rest, my hand is stayed i --- --- AND RAW MILK
White Belt Da'ry, :Miami % .,T*| rirrvnMrC ..n.... I.ralid .I
Rev A. L. Maureau, of St.Mary's charming 6ne, depicting a scene: FRIDAY JANUARY 3 I 1 i ,. the arart .f the vMy BUTTER, MILKCHOCOLATE
Star of the Sea Catholic'Church 'in a Chinese garden. The pastel I All Cuts of Meats I -o.- '
here, has received a.most' colors are delicate and lovely, and[t Monroe-"The Bishop Mibe.haTeIl" \ Key West. Fla, Phone 52 Free Delivery F..err Room with Onmhlnatlon Tub 'r MILKLIGHT
Mrs. Leon McFarland and children with Edmund Gwynn. Mau .n.l l howi-r "'..tRadiO., Blertrl '
Dec. 23 1935.Children's. AND HEAVY
unusual and interesting Chinese the diminutive figures in native' were arrivals over the high- |P4'l'lniT fun. Slat Do..rR'"" ....* jf
O'Sullivan, and "Storm
reen .
Ventllalk Cvnfortable Hed will
CREAMADAMSyDAIRY
Christmas card from Lieutenant costume attractively portrayed. i i yesterday from Miami to I .;
j.way Over the Andes" with Jack.1Iolt. SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT UatlrcMtea of Inner Spring lar
Commander and Mrs. A. J. MV> Accompanying the card was an,. spend New Year's with 'airs Mc.Farland's Palace-Same as Thursday. Colds i it ... I jsirurllun and IndlvMaal R....>i k
Mullen addressed from the U. S. interesting letter in which Mrs. --.e- I Unit
Lamps.aATn
mother Mrs. T. A. lor. '
; Bayview Park-1:30 P. Social *
S. Gold Star at Guam Marianna McM'ullen advised the Rev.I Lumley. League diamondball game. I t Should Have This I WAVES i t Slevie17K f I Jk t

Islands. Maureau that she andIr.. Mc-:I High School Gym-Basketball I i Safe TreatmentYoung rwo Permanents gg.(QQ)() !I" II KM_M.... rrlvnte Prliatr Balk li. a -.._--: SX XJMta /I t J. ROLAHD ADAMS __
Lieutenant Commander Mu1- Mullen ; f for : I I
} just their ._,
are completing ; Charles M.\ Curry employe of doubleheader at 7:30 P. }t.Pena's I !( PrlTBt Kalb SJTI > '
Ten was at one time stationed ati, fifth trip to the Orient and out-' the car department of the Florida Place-1:30 P. M. until Mothers Benefit from ; Better Wave, S5.00 and .p |I le aaw.le HMMM.Kxraiib frtvalr Prlraf Heth t--Balk,... awe* i PH9 fNE 454
p
the Navy Yard here for a lining the many unusual things East Coast Railway at New 5:30: P. M., Cocktail hour. Two Generations' Proof 'of MRS. MILLER I I U.MT lt'NWA.H KOM IMI1.Hl.a.wrvrs.rv ?
Both he and Mrs. period.l they have encountered during Smyrna, and Mrs. Curry are in j 407 South Street Phone S74-J :I .
This External TreatmentFor
be remembered by their many thejr: journeys. She completes her Kay West spendingthe holidays SATURDAY. I .
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friends in West. letter with heartfelt FarewCI..1 Fighting Colds.
Key a holiday with their family. They expect Monroe-"Annapolis !

The Christmas card receivedby i greeting to Rev. Maureau and(. to leave over the highway tomorrow ; with Tom Brown Richard Cromwell -,. IT AVOIDS CONSTANT I \
she the Rev. Manreau is other Key West friends. on the return. '" An I 1n To
al, i iI Rosalind Keith and Sir Guy There's nothing like :s..

I Standing. a child's cold to upaet
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James Moore head of the Palace-Double feature. "My a young mother.And
Mallory Chapter \Big Banc Tonight 'Reedy Forwarding company of. Heart is Calling" with Jan Kie-. :;, mothers of two generations 'a
.
Plans MeetingMembers tAt Habana-Madrid; Key West and Miami arrived this, pura and Martha! Eggerth, and, 'I, help end colds anxious have to LFFOLLOV
wee\ for.a stay of several daysat "Burning Gold" with Wm. Boyd, J depended on Vicks

of Stephen( R. Mallory Management of the Hahana-I the local headquarters of the and Martha Sleeper. i.I Va Rub. It Is effective-external- II
Chapter, United Daughters of Madrid' Club at Duval firm. Pena's Place-.4:30 P. M. untO; ana safe. It avoids the risks of con- '
5:30 P. M.. Cocktail hour. i stant"dosing"so often upsetting tochildren's ,
The Confederacy are advised the streets announces a New Year's ........................ Habana-Madrid: P. M. to t j delicate digestiOnLJust
next meeting will be held Thurs rubbed throat and chestat fIRMS
Eve dance tonight with all the Dance, and the beet of cocktail i on
day afternoon 4 o'clock at the Today In History bedtime VapoRub acts two way .
home of )fi'. and Mrs. Emil new dance hits which are now be- Duxal Street-7:30 P. M. until j at once:
................
M Promenade.
Sweeting. ing played in the larger clubs. e..S 9:30 P. I II 1. By stimulation through the skin,
'like .
I t a poultice or plaster- -
1775 Gen.
Instead of an orchestra tonightthe Richard Montgomery 2. By inhalation of its penetrating ,
'I'I.I'I. .I'I.A1'l'lacoochie. ,
Dance Tonight At management has secured all killed leading unsuccessful : medicated vapors, released by
attack on Quebec body heat and breathed in directto
Cuban Club of the latest Victrola dance Flag ia the first year I I inflamed air-passages.

records and promises: the patrons'' 1793-Thomas Jefferson re- of the stubborn 7-year war with 1 I I Continuing through the night,
A large New Year Eve Dance\of the club an evening of delight-, signed from Washnigton's cabinet the Seminole Indians of :Florida. this combined vapor-poultice action THE ARhOWt!

will be held tonight at the Cuban i jful music for entertainment as and led movement forming early loosens membranes-eases phlegm-soothes difficult irritated breath-
Club on Duval street. This.well as dancing 1910-Bournique of France
I Republican Party-the two parties ing-helps break congestion.A .
promises to b* one of the most i It was also said that rain need I, were Federalists and Republicans broke all world's air records by Practical Guide for Mothers

successful affairs of the season'not deter dance devotees from attending until 1828, when Republicans flying 311 miles in little over six Each year, more and more famIlies -And You Will! Find In This
and it is expected that many will! as two elegantly furtnished -, split up to reappear ajt&in'under hours.! are being helped to fewer colds
be in attendance. ( rooms form a part of the I name of Republicans in Lincoln's and shorter colds py Vicks Plan for
John' Pritchard's Orchestra willfurnish club structure and if in Better Control of Colds. Vicks Plan Which
dancing day. Stores A.iD'To.Serve
MONROE THEATERNorman has been clinically tested by practic- Directory
a special program of the patio is impossible, the rooms ing physicians and further provedin ,. .
dance music appropriate for the.can be utilized. t 1796-Baltimore incorporateda Foster-Florence Rice I I everyday home use by millions. .'

occasion! and the dance, which> -- city with James Calhoun as Full details of the Plan in each and ,Please Your The*t
will begin at 9:00 p. m., will end first mayor. SUPER SPEED i I' package of Vicks VapoRub. ,

morning.at a very, early hour tomorrow;I NEW\ ARRIVAL AT j I II 1833-Obed Kussey Maine-I Matinee: Balcony lOcI Orcbef* I II S3'Mitfioa Vkfc Aids Used Yaarfy I Invite You To Visit Th n l 'r>

JEFFERYS'HOME'Mr. born then living in Cincinnati, I tra. 15-20c; Night: I5-2Se I It I. or Better Control of Colds ;.:

College Dance On patented first successful reaper,t ...._ i l :.J.
[ month4 before :. : __
six McCormick's.
Hew I
Year's Night
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Jeffery an-; 1835Gen. Duncan L. Clinch. -
Further _
.onoring Key West.nounce the birth of, :nine-pound ; r' r REPAIRING "
a ; BEER SHOE
college students home for the holidays with 200 regulars and 469 volpn-f LIQUORS- J SERVICE STATION. .
boy. ,ai the hope,: : 314 PeaeanIane. .leers,.beat the Indians at "Ouith- r
there will be a special College The new arrival has been'' LikeACakeOflce
Hop held tomorrow evening! given the name of Troy Leland. CURRO'S PLACE SWEETING'S SERV. STA. ]1t f' GOODYEAR' SHOE SHOP
checksCOLDS
New Year's Day, beginning at Both mother and baby are doing Daral At PetronU Street Paiat Job. That Hold Up t H. DiamandB, Prey.

9:30 o'clock. nicely. Mrs. Jefferys was 6 6 6 P.c..... Liquors .f All Kiade Expert Starter sad Gen. Serri'Old Shoe Made A. CW As. New

This will be an informal farewell before her marriage Miss Ruby : aDd Beer and Win I Pbone 794 F.r Jiffy ServU r 612 Dtival Street
dance for the students and Cnlmer. FEVERI

the public is invited. Dell Woods' I I day a a i.i i.. '

Orchestra will present a programof Subscribe to The Citizen-20c t]I lie.id-Tablets HEADA9HE5in I I. PHOTOGRAPHYESTEVEZ i FISHDEMERITT I BAKERIESMALONEY

new Broadway music, and it is: j'j'Y"eekJy. i I N_Drop in 30 miaute II 1 I

expected that the affair will be. .
---- -- -- STUDIO i BROS. FISH & PEACOCK
well-attended.
.1. I YouTl Like TD. Printa W. Make.: COMPANY Baker of Baker Bey Bread

Fern Chapter To Photo EBUrKiac A Specialty SpecUCainr I. Freak Fish Cake .... P..strieii

/nrfall OfficersFern I FeJI / I az 606 Dave Street I Foot of Front Street Plane III! SIX FleaUnf St.

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Chapter No. 21, O. E. S, PLUMBINGTHOMPSON I PRESSING
will hold a public installation '0 01.JR I J

January 2nd. at '1:45 p. m, at the. ,, I COFFEE I
Scottish Rite hall. I. PLUMBING JI FERNANDEZ &

A program will be rendered in 11eF :Li COMPANY TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS GONZALEZDry
I lJ'
connection with the installation! i r lht -Get Our Price Fir Ask Yonr Gr+t+r for I ClonlnfTre.

ceremonies. Y soon each of our / %: I Sheet Metal Work Dayton Pomp 7 O'CLOCK AMERICAN. COFFEE, FIn Class AlteratUa
Among those '
Mrs. taking part are: 132 Simenton St. Pu..I3"POULTRY Hall PonnJ Pk... 10 e I 923 Divides St.
J. C. friends will be
Gekeler Miss May Hill, rccenIP"invitatioa }u
Miss Susan LaKin, Mrs. Janice to our Wedding xnJ FOODSTUFFS kept in our all metal ICE
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Lewis Geo. Mills White and REFRIGERATORS are as cool, fresh and CLUBSFor DRUGS
Cerald Saunders. we .ini it to bekhe best looking invitation we can get"Naturally healthful if
I as they were frozen in a cake of

There will be an address by Dr. ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly. heatproof If yen are. looking for POULTRY Recreation Vii ORIENTAL PHARMACY
Wm. R. Warren. you want your Wedding Invitation to be the and absolutely airtight. '
visit! or call THE NAVY CLUB Eaulio Rmnerv, Prep.
The
public U cordially invited very finest; anal that is why wc rc inviting you to inspect our,
to attend. $20.00 Fulford's Poultry Farm Greene St. Opp. Wetter Union PRESCRIPTION SPtClAUSTS

I remarkable hoe of genuine Steel Engraved \VcJJtng Invitations up. Phone 880 I Deliver Yen'Are W.1ceae Phone 37$ 10OO D.vU Street

and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 1935. EASY TERMS 10 DAYS FREE TRIALen '

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