The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00370
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00370
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Associated Service.Frew Day. .WIr-.. ", : 1& P3tzt< ([ ''.<' Key West Florida, bas the

For 55 Years Devoted to the f Utb t CA' Ittcn : I most country equable; with weather an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14" Fahrenheit



Large Number Attend Strikers 1NDO-CHINA RACE Restive Groups Keep 'Minority' Gilfond Advised To Work


Meeting At Park Last Evening Issue Much Alive In Balkans


(ny-_fated,-Press) Projects Monday If Sufficient

Majority Of WPA Units :l1..4T111111.J I ViENNA. Dec. fr-"Minorities who1} It boars the signature of ThomasG.
LEADING'AVIATORS -group* of unhappy folk! Masaryk now president of the
Vote No On Question INVITED TO TAKE PART II' in one country but give theirlove > republic.
IN AQUARIUM Slovaks complain that only part
Put On Returning To IN PROPOSED ROUND TRIP to some other land-are pil'of the agreement to create Slovak Number Of Men Can Be Secured
Recently there was added RACE ins up difficulties for southeast-1,and to establish governmental schools agencies,
Work to the Key West Aquarium'
many attractive specimen anumber era Europe. ;j Slovak culture, is being observed. -- -- --
of smaller fish which A "minorities map," with spots; Nearly a million former Bul- .AT..1 I --

Approximately 1,000 person have at been the placed northern in a end smalltank of PARIS.(By Dec.AwMvriatrtf 6.-The Press French to indicate the district where I garians Rumania live and in Yugoslavia.Turkey, Greece Many, ROOSEVELT 1"1'11.6.4T EXTENDS j RECEIVES \\VIRE I I Employes Being Contacted

assembled at Bayview Park last the patio adjacent; to the air ministry has invited the minorities lire, shows a region of them are Macedonian terrorists, WITH I Today In Canvass Made
large oval. who are quite a problem under THANKS FOR MELON FINAL \WORD
eight to hear matter relative to world leading aviator to compete speckled with trouble. In almost circumstanees. ,
any 1
In the tank are leather- i To Have Them Return
the strike against WPA scalps! of fish triggerfish pipefish in a round trip race linking every nation there are district inn Albanians Lively Group Miss Mollie Parker, from ONWPASITUATION :|I

wage and working hours discussed several unicorn and four sea France with its remote colony of I I which opposition to the govern',i They Turks assert have that a grievance about 700,000, too. whose garden was sent a wa I I To obsInstructions
horses, which are attractinga termeloa for President -
by the committee. great deal of attention. IndoChina.By meat varies from downright en-;; Moslems\ mpstjy) farmers in the Roosevelt Thanksgiving Day :; ; I II

The. chairman spoke at length Groups of visitors have described this distance race, from I I mity to passive discontent. j; in Dobruja the Balkan district"of mountains Bulgaria have and dinner at Warm Springs, ha I I ADMINISTRATOR GILFOND IN
the small tank and received a letter from the I RECEIPT OF FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS were received
on the attitude the workmen specimens as the outstanding Paris to Saigon and return, France There are about 16,000,000 persons I,been cut off from their people.A president's secretary, M. H. today by M. E. Gilfond.l
lively minority region in FROM PYN-
in McIntyre, as follows:
attraction the many in the With
among minority
and explained determination the structure. hopes to recover some of the I groups." southern Yugoslavia is the homeof "White House CHON IN JACKSONVILLEWhat WPA administrator in Key

and that of his' followers holdout Biologist Emory Pierce aviation prestige which them statesmen of southeastern 500,000 Albanians. "December 3 West
many I I Three million Croats. who in "Miss Mollie Parker: I I from E. A. ynchon,
says he intend to place Europe must reckon constantly.
for '
a four-day Working week others of these smaller tanks Frenchmen feel this nation lost by 1918 united with the Serbs and ""The president asked me ;I i j l1'tateVP' A administrator in

at the 30scale.; spoke for at advantageous point in the One of the most indignant Slovenes to form a tri-une kingdom to express his thanks for the.Ielicio.a is indicated as the final i
its non-participation in the Lon- to on
groups are the 3,000,000 Hun- are discontented with Bel- watermelon
you word of the Florida WPA administration
about aquarium which will greatly 'I
40 mMetes.Several garians who were separated from grade rule and count themselvesa Monday all-
add to the general interest. don-l lbourne contest of Octo- sent him. I projects -
others were heard on the mother land by the peace i] minority. Many clamor for reorganization "It arrived in excellent !is contained %e following if sufficient
different phases of the ber, 1934. treaties. They live in Rumania of Yugoslavia on a condition and the whole family a numberof
Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, federal basis. Others want com- enjoyed it very much." telegram rece J from men signify their desire
They appeared the The air at
on situation.j Irl.lI'I.4Y..I'A'AT.ILOCAL ministry explained
states which consider them "prob- plete independence. Two other melons from Administrator E. A. Pjrnchoa in to return to work.
the music stand at the that time that
no French'planes "
lem citizens. Great numbers of I German Preach Hitlerism Miss Parker' garden were I
of the chairman who announcedthat could meet the specifications for them want to be annexed to Hungary Throughout the Balkans there this week enjoyed by a group Jacksonville, and handed to The II I Foremen, supervisors and

for a certain period persons PLAN INSPECTION the race sponsored by the Royal and they do not hesitate to are German settlements, now elec- of her friends who pronounced Citizen by Administrator M. E.; others interested in having

from the audience would be wel- Air Force of Great Britain.To say so.The. trified by the revival of national- them as delicious as they I'
comed to speak. Start 1936 I "Hungarians temporarily ism under Hitler. They entertain have ever eatea.rl1111..4T1".I. Gilfond: the projects opened, and the
OFNEWFERRIES October abroad," as they describe themselves little hope for "anschluss," but do
The meeting lasted about one "}!. E. Gilfond. District men return, are canvassingthe
The dash to Indo-China is to
in close the foster the extension
hour at the are touch with of German
end of which
was asked for. Those wanting to I start October 25, 1936. The air I. Hungarian Revision League with influence. 1 Director, situation today, contacting -

return to ministry is making efforts to busy headquarters at Budapest. About 3,000,000 Germans in MRS. "Works Progress Administration i the listed
work to say aye, to the DEN ::RITT AND SHARPLEY I EVERETT I men as em-
I 'Pittsburgh Pact' DisputedIn Czechoslovakia live in regions ,
contrary, no. The nos were de- have all the principal nations rep
I TO LEAVE THIS AFTERNOON I Czechoslovakia the Slovaks touching the fatherland and to ployed on the different proj-
West Fla.
cidedly more vociferous than the resented. Aviators of 1( "Key ,
I -
the any I consider themselves a minority, them naziism has a direct appeal. RUSSELLVINS\ I ects, and should there
and chairman be
ayes announced "As have already been ad-
"the nos have it." I(I ENROUTE TO CAIRO,: with membership in the Inter their complaint being that a docu- Another Germanic minority you
< national Aeronautical Federationare ment drawn at in which has shown restlessness inhabits vised the one hundred and sixty enough signers the men can
Later in the evening another assemblage ILL., TO SURVEY CRAFTCaptain Pittsburgh May, CITIZENCONTEST '
was seen sedately walk II 1 eligible. I I' 1928, is not being observed. This South Tyrol, which was annexed hour and thirty dollars basis is'i return.

ing along Division street. The II I I Besides the prize trophies to be agreement was signed by Czech to Italy, while North Tyrol I absolutely all that can be done In Within a brief time th. ,
m 'r-;
figures in this large I and Slovak emigrants in America.; remained Austrian. the matter of increased wageon
group '
I Eugene Demeritt of awarded to the winning aviators I
masked and hooded and called to I __ -- projects. ing:, assurance was gnen that IA '.,
--- --- - your
mind ether days then men cloth- i the Monroe County Ferry System the air ministry has set aside 1- II ; ERROR APPEARj "No other deviations Ot changes projects Would be working Monfcarwfanr

*ordinary&lia.. like sight habilimentswas in Key West. -an ;;iind'Captaui A. E. Sharpley,* 200,000$80,000)) for francs the purchase(approximately'of the Italian Army- In 'North Now ---I. ED IN ADVERTISEMENT OF in the security: ge? acneonle.. Hefts M workers OH dw<

r have been made in the State of High School project and that oi
They want to "ChichaV
of. the Key West Pilots Assn., will winning plane. ARCHER GROCERY
Division :street and on the blackboard The contestants are expected to Florida and the original ten per- I the furniture factory were > -

) wrote to the effect that inspect the two ferries which have encounter a wide variety of fly- Facing Transport Difficulties! cent increase and the change I ceived by the administrator. 'Elt'\ -

WPA workers who want to work been offered for sale by the own- ing conditions. The 12,500mileroute Mrs. Everett W. Russell, of I herein referred to were made in en of the 12 men emploji! .i on th,'

can do so with the assurance they; passes over some treacherous recognition of the special condi-I High School signed up to ntl".1and :,
will be protected. er at Cairo, Illinois.Negotiations mountain and deserts. (10" s..eY1N Pre..l 408 Margaret street, is the win
Following this several other for the purchaseof One Leg Non-Stop By ANDRUE BERDING even for mules and camels. The I ner of the Gillette Razor Set offered tions which obtain in Key West. the fall complement of n.r. >"

Ftreets TKere; traversed after which these commodious craft have The first leg of 'the flight will I I ASMARA, Eritrea, Dec. 6.-! roads will be little better. | by The Citizen in the proofreading "We feel that everything-: on the fvrmture project ignedAtktod _

the assemblage rode away and been carried on for several be a 2,392-mile stretch from Paristo I What, therefore, will happen to, contest for yesterday. been done that can :fk'iriy i t be i jfat t bow many nu..,'
were lost to" sight.; Bagdad. Officials suggest that What will happen to Italy's big 'the big Italian army? Supplies I The misspelled word which done in this situation and if the, would h* fceecfesary to consttu::
weeks. The vessels are said to be I I won
this be covered non-stop, but if an army in. Ethiopia when the rainy cannot be brought up in trucks.' Key West relief clienUjfeel that: a foreefVWh would warrant a
'the the
perectly adapted to service in the I There is not in the prize was word "by",
aviator is forced to land he will I enough countryside
/KLAUS and they do lot care to. accept thiswage project being opened, :Mr. Gil(
water gaps of the Over-Sea High I not be disqualified provided he season comes sky torrentstarn to support the troops The I which should have been "be", in
I!I trucks, all! the Archer Grocery aJvertisement it will be necessary for this I fond said that to open any project -
I flies the second stretch of 2,300 roads into quagmires where even now are having
RETURNS HERE way.They are shallow draft vessels, miles from Bagdad to Allahabad|' sink the they can do to bring up sufficient' on Page 4. office to cancel the WPA pro- with less than two-third ,,?
men to and animals
ab&ut without landing. Either the first hip supplies, so no surplus can be Three other readers selected jects in Key West and use the the men would not prov de a s.l'-
4 1-2 feet, and have a carrying I I
capacity of 32 cars each. or second leg must be nonstop.The flounder and die laid by. this word and 72 others selected money in other! sections of the ficient number to efficiently h.r.

CAME IN THIS MORNING ON They are of steel constructionand final leg of the outbound This is a question preoccupying I Perhaps, it is suggested. the misspelled words in other adver- state where more projects are I die it, hence he wanted the mi"!!
flight will be from Allahabad to I majority of the troops after having -!t tisements. 1\\ rs. Russell's was the
were formerly used to be of
greatly desired. I sore remaining on ih<'
PLANE ACCOMPANIED BY Saigon, 1,021 miles. foreign journalists here who have t occupied that part of Ethiopia first correct answer received,
Cairo, in the work for which theyare I I
The be j hence her "With all these factors in mind jobs when they are ; k : U-d a,
return will
flight by that desires will success.
HIS WIFE intended here. way' had military experience. Those Italy return I
Captains Demeritt and Sharp- of Cairo, Egypt, and will cover! to Eritrea leaving strong Several readers have asked for I I it is necessary to advise you that aay project which wa, opener

ley have booked passage on the 7,000 miles, a slightly greater I!I i experts range from an English garrisons in the strategic points. an explanation as to how the word i!'t i unless projects are working byi and then had to belut: down..

Lieutenant Win. Klaus, U. S. plane leaving this afternoon for distance than the eastward flight.I i general to a French lieutenant. I'I'i Plane Loads Insufficient I I is selected. For their information the first of next week we will I again because of the m'n qu-;
I and the information of oth-!i ting-, weld ieai that that : '
N.. in charge of the Key West Miami, and will continue by rail Some Another suggestion is that air, !, have no choice except to cancel: r"j
I 110,000 men now are I ers, there were several misspelled j j ject will W permanent! closed.
to their destination. If the inspection I '
naval station and Mrs. Klaus M'RAEDIESJN will be used. Airplanes:
JOHN A. transport
]1 j that portion of our program. I
words in the In
the vessels be lined up on Italy's northern front. advertisements. One ] view of this fact sail the a1ministrtr lI l-
who proves 1 and l j[
have been on a vacation in I i could take off from Asmara of these I "E. A. PYNCHON,
all More 'i I was selected by the pub- l ail nen wno sign L'<
have been in
they repesented. are constantly arriving.
Washington and New -York, land at Axum Makale.
easily or
returned MIAMI (i :j lisher written on a, card, sealedi "Administrator.": should be sum they are gone
by plane today. all probability the purchase will ]I They are 50 miles beyond the old i i However, the pay load that a! r
be concluded. [ i an envelope and placed in the to Elide Mi it i will ij" much mo
Anxious to see the football border. I plane can carry in the mountainous -:' office safe I I to their interests to haw tie projects

game last Saturday in New York' I I i! In January comes the season of![! war theater is Jibe fact that there are several RED CROSS DRIVE reatain closed :until! I ,url-,
between the Army and Navy,' ; VETERAN CONDUCTOR OF tively small. compara-I I ,
bIRS. ANNIS the "little rains," the unimportant -1 I misspelled words adds to the zest 1 time as they can be < >.l nod w" <
and having a vacation period due,! i Air transport, of the hunt for the I the they \\111! r ntmwthan
winning one, assurance -
Lieutenant and Mrs. Klaus de-j one lasting until March. taking into account its rapidity!, I VERY SUCCESSFUL I II ,
) and the fact that there is no one I to have them ( <-: a: I
tided to go and left about 10 DIED TfflSMORNING WELL KNOWN HERE This should not bother them"!and the frequency of round trips,]j in the employ of The Citizen ex I then closed with the knowe"pv! ;!

days ago. much. I would feed and munition only a the It 1_
cept: publisher, who knows they wiU be cancel
They report an enjoyable trip Officer See Roads Doom j small portion of the troops. I t what word has been selected assures I CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERSHIPS Administrator Giifon!' et wit ,
although it is much colder in the i FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Relatives One thing is certain-all the the contestants of ] 'omni-
of the deceased were But the real an equal
north than it is in "delightful advised by telegram,' this morningof I rainy season starts,! fighting that is to be done must I chance to win with no possibility CONDUCTED "WENT sieaers'I < me- -
the end of May\ and lasts until
Key West. the death in Miami last nightof I i I : be completed before the "big'' of anyone knowing before hand bers of city council' and tWIT attorney -
AFTERNOONMrs. John A. McRae who has a September, blotting out the face]t rains.What; the Italian high what the winning word is. OVER THE TOP" I I at noon today. ad -x

ONION SMUGGLING wide circle of friends in Key West of the earth with a sheet of; command will do then with its)I To the disappointed "proof plaited Mr. PynchonV innrut --
I huge body of soldiers will form!I readers" it and the method of lear :lr"
TO UNITED STATES who will be grieved to learn of water. I was suggested by one I MM :
his yassing. an interesting chapter of modern of them that if' four errors are ![ Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, chairmanof jest how many men are willing t '
Annis Albury, 70. died 2 When that evil day comes, the I i
IRKS SPANIARDS, |Mr. McRae was for a numberof warfare. found in the advertisements it the Red Cross Membership. return to work end the proe< : --
i o'clock this morning in the resi-
f constructed so laboriously I will be best for four to en which work is to be resumed!
years employed: by the Flor- coupons t Drive for 1936 in Key West, to-j
dence at the of Lowe Lane.
(fly A** -led rr...) I rear ida East Coast Railway as pas- the last few weeks to enable ". .JfT.JJr1.4IT I".A'.AI' be secured and one used for each URal Key 1 These officiate were asked b>-
I Funeral services will be held 4 'I day announced that as
V VALENCIA Spain. Dec. 6.-| o'clock Sunday afternoon from senger conductor and also as I trucks to carry up provisions and! 1.1 error. )Ir. Gitfrad. to make every effort
Smuggling of onion seeds to the) Fleming Street Methodist church yardmaster at Key West. Dur- ammunition will be wiped out. Of- HOW GOOD ARE YOU West "went over the top. j possible to protect the workers.
United States has been protested' where the body will be placed 1 ',ing those years he wailJ President I ficers make no secret of it. AT READING PROOF FOURTEEN ARRIVE The quota placed for Key Wed: the event the projects were open-
by the Valencia Onion Growers'. o'clock. Rev. Shuler Peele will of this city and eventually' 'bet "Only roads with a strong stone was 400 and up until several'dayjago ed. and assured his hearers that

association. I, officiate. J'I came interested in the several foundation will stand uP" said an Your ll I the peak appeared to be unreachable -} should Tietemec occur at any of

Exportation of Spanish onion!' Florida Temple Number 1, Ladies movements for the development*. engineering major. "And less a beautiful ability De may lAu earn Gillette you HERE ON PLANE' but hard work and I. the that project absolute would cancellationof reuK.AMsraaee .
I project
seed was prohibited by decree a' of the Golden Eagle and of Key West. than ten per cent of our roads beyond Razor Sell I I steady application, brought re-j
year ago after growers here had, Minoca Council Number 13. De- I He moved his residence to Mi- the old frontier are of that In of the advertisements suits. J JA was given the administrator -
I one that both and
city county -
protested that American t'ropsi; gree of Pocahontas of which the ami where he was employed by nature." [ in this issue of The Plane arrived this morning summary of the drive and re- official would do thin
every ;!
grown from these seeds, were, deceased was a member, will at- that city in an executive capacityup :Most of the roads built by thenItalians i Citizen there appears a specially from Miami with 14 passengersas suits will be issued for publication possible tto maintain peaceful,
causing onion exports to the'United tend. to the*time of an illness since they crossed the. selected MISSPELLED follows: in a few days Mrs. Berkowitzl a
condition wherever the projects
States to decline sharply. j will be which made it for him border follow the old ) "
Pallbearers : N. P. Nelson. necessary caravan WORD. The first David McDonald. Earl Worth said. working
person which -
Despite the decree there has Albert DiNegro, Eddie Roberts to cease working. He was a suf- : routes. Those trails have been I Ii bringing; in the correction to Will Klaus. Arda Klaus Robert,I were. on men were

been a heavy contraband exportation -' Samuel Thompson. William ferer for about five years before i widened, straightened, banked,' this error correctly writtenon Bruce, Milton Herdee Fred O. CELEBRATES AT 96

of seeds, the Spanish growers Knowles and Milton Baker. I I the end came. i reinforced with IT8vel-but in the the coupon in this issue Eberhardt, Archie Lowe. H. E. .
said in their petition for restric-,' Pritchard's Funeral Home will Mr. :MacRae is survived by his main they are dirt roads. will receive one of these Do Day. AL Morris. Hal Wright. GALESVILLE, Wis. Cases t. --

tive measures. J be in charge of arangements. widow, Mrs.\ Gladys McRae, nee Powdered Within Week lAKe Razor Outfits absolutely John Thomas Alexander Stoae, Hudson, oldest resident of this
They said that the Spanish embassy Mrs. Albury is survived by two Lowe, of Key West, and two sons, Trucks in dry weather grind FRBEI Sam Belcher. city, recently celebrated his 96th I $tQ, r\m.$

in Washington reported discovering daughters Mrs. Willis Brady and John and Thomas who will accompany them into powder six inches deep!I Answer must be ;in by Reservations secured for the birthday. Hudson, who has out-' h

labeled as bird-seed j Mrs.\ Wilbur Johnson; one son, the body to Bennetts-I' inside a week. Road crews constantly -' 11:00 o'clock SaturdaV _ora.i. afternoon trip to Miami show a lived every Civil War veteran t ana 4Q1Y

8,030 pounds of contraband onion;''Charles L. Sawyer; 14 grand- ville, S. c. where it is are at work on them.In .,. full passenger list of 14, the same] in that section of the state was WHISKIES AN& GINS
seeds on one ship reaching New I children and eight great-grand- taken for funeral services and in the rainy season the caravan number as on the incoming plane rejected for military service in 1

York from Valencia. |children. I terment. ,trails themselves were impassable 1.11.11".1:1 this morning. 1861 because of poor health.






it3t FOR A NATIONAL UNIVERSITYTo ........................aToday's ........................

P 2 kt .zttien 1 KEY WEST IN I I( TODAY WEATHER 11 Horoscope Today's Birthdays

Published Daily Except f ndajr By
TUB CITIZEN PCBI.IS1H: : >, IXC.i. celebrate the three hundredth an- DAYS GONE BYUa.ppealaaa ........................ ........................
P, ARTXA.X, Pr..Me.. niversary of Harvard University next fall, "
Today's degree favors the ,Fitzgerald Hall president of
lre Seat IO Yn
JOB \i-LK. ..-.t Bui- MMMmgn Dr. James Bryant Conant president of the Lowest HigI t Tcmperatar*
Ago Today As Take From .1 birth of a writer. The mind is Nashville Chattanooga 4k St.
From The Cl Bu -UDCCom.r Station last night last 24 boon ___. '
sri Highest _..__._
institution, has written to 65,000 alumni, Tk. Flies Of The Otis. I Louis Railway born in Nashville
Greene 3..A Ana Street* Abilene 56 58 Lowest _____ __. _. inclined to literature and is
Teniu 46
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outlining a plan to establish a fund for the I Atlanta ______ 24 62 Mean .66 I ably studious on scientific years ago.
A.ly Dally Newspaper la Key. West and MonroeComaty. ,, award of large annual prize scholarshipsto Five men were injured in ac-(. Boston .m..__ tJ 30: I ai-'ii; ; -:..:::..71 .The memory i ill retentive prob-I
Leon KroH of New York
cident 7 o'clock this morning Buffalo 16 34% :
boys in each state of the union.Dr. Rainfall facile power of words artist born. there, 61
Entered at Key West. Florida, as second claM matter when a truck of the Over Sea Charleston 36 68 years age
TEAlL Conant hopes that the scholar-I Company turned over at the corner -i Chicago 'm___' 34 3S Vesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. : with scientific analysis,
FIFTY-IIIITII ships be considered be of Seminary and White Denver __ 30 44.. Normal Precipitation .._ Mi Ins. should bring a sure reward of Robert H. Morse of Chicago
may as prizes to
SleMker of tfc* Am. etate* Preasrae Tfct r >J rSu .re:.-- ftrtmjhI. success and probably also money '
Detroit 28 32 y I president .f Fairbanks, Morse &
streets. Four of the mea were seriously -,1 I .;
.. .
Associated Press Is axc1uaITel entitled to use competed for by boys of the highest, all-: Galveston 6-1 68 aiyc ,lab mmmrmtmf. I it is a strong day and should produce Company born there, 11
fOl\.r-epublleatlo. .f all _we dispatcae* credited to injured and were rushed year
ie or not otherwise credited ta. thia pap ? and also round ability from every economic .and to the Maloney hospital for treat-! Havana __-- 66 -!.. .: I'"'-" rorroda.I 'If -,AlmaaaeSahl I a strong personality. I II ago.
Jb. local news published here.NATIONAL Huron ___ 3% 36 .S ..If1+ ff-t-_. ?::00 a.
social level. He hopes they will ment, Fulton Baker, the white nn .1 ;
carry Sun. zets __. _.__
Jacksonville ._ 42 58 -- 538 p. Gauze Is said to have ben made
driver suffered injuries about the m'l I WCEam S. Hart of Newball,
EDITORIAL1ASSOUATION) awards ranging from $200 to $1,200a Moon rises ...,.._._ 3:30
< _. p. first at Gaza in Palestine.
back and right leg. The other OUT Kansas City 40 42 CaL, former movie star, born at
) (C/I'C enil, c 19.3..sItBfCRIPTIO'f I year, depending upon the financial. resources occupants of the truck were Frank KEY WEST .. 62 70- Moou, .rEf Tomorrow'tf-f.: -._Tidesi 4:20 a. m.I I Newburgh, N. Y., 65 years ago.

of the individual winners... Finder, Milton Evans, Carey and Little Rook 00 42 52Los n" The Italo-Ettiopian war has increased -
RATES Glasco Patten all colored. A truck Atigeles .. 48 64Loaisvile A.M. the demand for stamps Herbert Hawkes .
One Year _.____...... ______..._ -- $10.00 It is interesting to note that this educator ..._ 30 46 High --. 7:50 r.1l'1 I from Italy and Ethiopia among I Dr. E. Columbia
was down White street it r""V'-h- University's noted educator,
.... ... 6.00
Six Months ,
Tare Months, 260 I recognizes that some of the older endowed was said and in an effort to avoid.! Miami _. 66 72 Low ..__ 1:25 1 stamp collectors. born at TempMon, Mass, 63
One Month.r .85 universities "have a special duty to an accident the driver of the i iI 1otinnupolis __ 30 32 Barometer 8 a. m. today: '
I years ago.Henry
__.._ ___ %1ADTERTI.Dra
Weekly r ):New Orleans 52 60 Soa level 30.29. during the last 24 hours in south
truck swerved to one aide and the
perform in their facilities to students
HATES I -I truck capsized. New York _:. 20 38 ern. Texas and Arizona. There has
Made knows on application. from every state in the union." In Pens :oa' mn 4-1 56Pittsburgh WEATrllR: FORECAS1 also been light: snow in the lower Field of Shenandeah.

SPECIAL NOT1CBJUl this way he says, they will not only do f Commander F. I Benton lf.I \ .... 28 30 Lake region and portions of New 64 Iowa, noted seedsman, born there
reading aotlces. cards of thanks, resolutions of St. Louis ....__ 36 48 England Temperature have risen years ago.
respect, obituary notices, etc, will be charged: for at their part in developing the talent of our C. U. S. N, has been assigned to Salt Lake 34 42 1 (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) throughout most .f the coonI -
the rate of Ie cents a line.Notices the U. S. S. Maryland after being City : Key West and Vicinity: Partly
for entertainments by churches from whicha Democratic society but will help to keep San Francisco SO 58 II I'ftry I I except over .northeastern dis- Cerrit S. Miller, Jr., curatorof
.....__ is to be derived are S cents a line. I assigned to duty with the marine Seattle -.n____ 42' 50 :cloudy tonight and Saturday;tricts. with readings above nor- mammals in the U. S. NationalMuseum
the country's culture from becoming sec- I I I
The Citizen Is an open lornm and Invite discussion corps at Key West for a period of mal in the Plains and West Gulf born in Peterboro N.
of local general 'Tamps 52 10
and subjects or
of public Issues ----
Interest but it will not publish ano irmous communications. tional. four months. With Mrs. Benton Washington 32 46 I States and Mississippi Valley but Y., 66 years 1Igo.
Undoubtedly there is a field of serv- the commander will leave in about, WilJiston 6 3-1 unseasonably cold weather still
-- three days for the west coast. -- Robert W. Woodruff of Atlanta
I As1 prevails throughout most of the -
in the United
ice to university
open any Their host of friends in Key West f. Atlantic States. Ga.. Coca-Cola's: president,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KF..' VEST States that can establish its claim to beinga regret the necessity of the Ben-I Muted December 24 in San Carlos' \ U. S. KENNEDY. born at Columbus, Ga., 46 years
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN leave for another i theatre. One of the best of New, "
national university. Dr. Conant's idea is tons having to i Officer in Charge. ago.
assignment.Two < York theatrical companies are billd -
a step that should meet, with encourageIment i. to open on that date and re- .. -------

L. Water,aad'i. Severac-. and be followed by other heavily I small tenement houses on main for a series of first class l! ,

Bridesto;. *eoi*,.*l lete Road to Main- endowed institutions that do not depend Amelia street near Whitehead, productions.' { .",- CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ,CONDITION OF

; t upon tax money for support. In fact, thereis owned by Eduardo, Gomez were Partly Cloy fBm .' .
JaD st .
destroyed by fire this mornig 8 THE FIRST NATIONAL
Charles Percy Curry, foremanof
st room in the United States for a real national o'clock. The houses total gentle to moderate northecet to
s. f'rK1 P6r I'j were a- The Citizen: mechanical,. de-j: OF KEY WEST
university to be composed of students loss and carried no insurance.F east winds.:
t ntii: \1 partment, and Miss Dolores Van-, *r-- .,
tt 4. ,. .,. n:J'Apartments. representing the individual states gricken: were united in marriage; Florida: Partly cloudy tonight : a* at tfce .... *f b ua.s Neveminer ......
5. Bathing Pavilion ard thus bring together men and women H. Stroms, representing the in Miami last Monday. The bride and SatrrCny: ; slightly wanner: I Ceenf4reller'. Call '"

6. Airports-L.nd and :'ea. Ingersoll-Rand company arrived and groom both popular in-Key, in. northwest portion tonight. i
sections meet de- RESOURCESLoans
from all to mingle and
today to assist the Over Sea Com- West returned over the East 1 I
i; 7. Consolidation of County and City velop in common. pany in its building problems suitable Coast last night after a pleasant'week and Jacksonville Ecst Grlf:to Moderate Florida Straits north- !! and Investments SO'1".1'I

f Government I equipment for breaking up in the Magic city. east to east winds and partly !I Overdraft -".'-_ ._, $9.14leaking
rock. Compressors for the Key'
TWILIGHT cloudy to overcast weather to- Hense Furniture .
OF A SAGEIt West Foundation company have! 'I I and Fixtures "V $$,$ $."
night and Saturday.
I been purchased and will arrive in i The Saturday Afternoon Bridge I Stock .f the Federal Ke-
Haile Selassie is not thought of "high I ;i .,, ......__ -- -: JS 4.518.01
of :Miss Bank :
was with keen regret that the host a few weeks for the first of the Club Key West met 'I servo .
]ly"-by :Mussolini.If projects which are to be startedon I Helen Williams at her home 619 WEATHER CONDITIONS' I' Temporary Fedu-a1. Deposit -
of friends and admirers of Ed Howe ofAtch'ison i Insurance Fond 1M""l
the immense tract of land Eaton street yesterday. Miss, ifarKaret }-;. I, C .
United States m-
Kan., famed "Sage of Potato I owned by Malcolm Meacham. Boll won. the first prize I! Pressure continues abnormallyhigh ment Obligations v direct -
the automobiles co ilnue- to kill I Miss Williams served a delicious ever the country from the 1 1MiESin'pp
Hill, read a few days ago that he would and fully guaranteed -
and maim a man will soon have to fly as a I Steamship Northland arrived last I refreshment course. Those presentwere : Valey eastward Buf ._- -.-|92,7S.1 ,
lay down his trenchant pen because of his falo. N. Y. 30.64 inches. and is
Better of safety. I evening from, Boston and will : hostess. Miss Edna, I Other Marketable Bends
almost complete loss of sight. I start its schedule between Key Collins, Miss Louise Fait ,Miss{ moderately high from California and Securities ___ ITMSM
Boll, Miss northeastward over the northern Cash and due from Banks 277,578.38 1, 59, 35.00
Dorothy I'
At the same time, these friends and I West and Havana on December I _.
Sheppard :Miss Ruth Cash Miss Rockies. Los Angeles, 30.16 inches
Where there is kindly feeling injustices admirers will receive the announcement of 15. The Northland has a capacity 11.44,245.81
r of 675 and commodious Jane Curry Miss\ Eola Finder, ; while a moderate: disturbance LIl !..S .
,are easily right but the with certain of passengers I i k cent'al off the north Pacific
put injustices his retirement a amount accommodations for second class Miss Mary Ligntbourn. \ ABILITIES.
must be real and I I i cost, Seattle, \Vash. 29.72 inches -
not be fancied. skepticisim as it seems inconceivable that passengers. | ;{
and pressure is relatively low capital ____-- >y; ioo.ooo.oa
the products of Ed Howe's brilliant mind I The Pirates Midnight' Frolic over the torthtrn; Plains States Sorpjks and Undivided Profits .._... ., 64.207.H
The will ever be kept entirely out of print so I Editorial comment: Ah ex, Friday evening at the Over ;Sea and east-central Rockies, Denver, Depo4) ti l, .!$
father finds it
mere painful to I
change records that a deaf prisoner j Hotel will be the outstandingsocial CoL, 29.94, inches. It was raining .
chastise his bor than for the boy to be long as he lives, or is able to dictate his was given a hearing but we; event of the season, open- this morning on the north Pacific i.t..r:; i '1,404,245.11

whipped-and the wishes it thoughts. doubt whether he heard it. ing the formal winter season.'The coast and from Minnesota\ and
boy were only J M.o>fccr .f Federal Rene,. S,.. ..
true. Edgar Watson Howe is 82 years old, :program includes a cabaret with eastern South Dakota southwardinto
The Cat and The Canary a Ii Walkers Famous Entertainers central Texas and oArkmsas \ r Me..... of Federal Depellta Is..ram.. Corporation
and has been associated with printer's ink great mystery play, will be pre-/furnishing the music. *, and rain has occurred
-- %
for 70 years, having begun his apprenticeship j t l
-: One of Key West's gi :rt troubles is 4
as a printer at, the age of 12. At 19 : .
that so. many of us cherish personal ease a f" .
he was publisher of a newspaper, and from -
and private success above the welfare of
1877 to 1911 he was editor and publisherof
the city. t. .. .
the Atchison Globe. He is also the

author of more than a score of books. > ,::; 5" .' -

Matecumbe\ the name given by the Since 1911 he has been editor and

Seminole Indians to one of the Florida publisher of E. W. Howe's :Monthly a t :

keys, means "place of sorrows." That was unique periodical which he whimsically .--

either a prophetic nomination or the place characterized as being devoted to "infor .

was visited by a destructive hurricane mation and indignation." His writings

while it was inhabited by the aboriginals. have shown great versatility and a deep

understanding of human nature. Kindly "

It takes all kinds of people to make advice, humor, biting sarcasm and homely Mildnessetter

the world. There,.are some tax dodgers in philosophv flow from his gifted. pen with

KO West, 'we are' informed, who claim equal facility.

theY are unable tpay.their taxes, but they In the twilight of his life he is esteemed '

manage to find,enough coin of the realm to and beloved by countless thousandswho Taste

lend at interest to honest people so they have been instructed entertained and l :..

may pay their faxes J *-, chastised by the writteproducts; of his I ... t:
: '" "
... r- genius.

Fifty-two years ago doctors told Al- ANOTHER PROMISER :. .. .

bert H. Ellis, of West Harwich, Mass., that I

his days were numbered. U 2, Ellis and
On the strength of his promise to pay I
his wife, Mary, 90, re" ;rt1y) celebratedtheir
every person in the province $25 a month j
seventieth wedding '
anniversary. I out of the provincial treasury, William
They have three ch.iM.-cii: seven grand. XL S -
Aberhart was elected premier of Alberta, >
children, and four great-grandchildren. '
r Canada, a few weeks ago. Now the ex 1-v 7D

voters anxiously waiting for
pectant are
Ninety-nine out 'f a hundred prc- their payments to begin.

ducts are bought because they are ad- I But the new premier has to get hold %c;%

vertisdd. The greatest service a merchant I J of the money first and that is not proving

can give his customers: is tc advertise the
so easy, because the province is alreadysome

wre he has for sale and their cost. In I two million dollars in, debJ3 But he . ,

appreciation the customers should read the: I is doing something. He ,is preoaring? toraise ,
advertisements '
lor mutual benefit. The
f taxes, and has already t some

medium for the mt>ssr.gef course; is The salaries, called farmers' seecf'loans, suspended -" '

Citizen rWhen I government health,.In'Qrp rice* and/ ""f' .-.

i raised the price of liauor in the. state
J we consider the everlasting stores. ;i." s. iJi i -' :'.

political turmoil seething >. Europe we Naturally, these measures are not ,.:..,..s..;.
are disposed to applaud the r ;- ..,. .
originator of very popular especially as Premier Aber-

the plan that put the Atl-ntic! Ocean between hart now admits that it will be at least a .

America and Euro",. Some day, of year and a half before he can begin the

course, the airplane wnl be so developedthat $25 a month payments, and even that is I II (

distance will mean nothing and that only another promise. I ;-' ; f

the ocean's span will be no deterrent to Perhaps the people of Alberta will I v t I $

war with Europe. Then it will be more shortly wake up to the fact that they ', .: -' :' 'I ., H C'

dilficult to avoid foreign entanglements have been taken in by an irresponsible d.4 -

but that time is still far distant ...
we demagogue who like some on this side of .
: -
need fear no war with a foreign power if j the border, are long on promises and short '< :

W'maintain our equilibrium. |I'.on performance. '- C".1Ic8n'aJrnD a.PAGE ....- t -- ,-n-- ,. ice."i;-:"-; '- .. .,




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._b7..Jeanne. ....- i;"Bowmaa", saraoralat (By GRAVY) ----'
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........................... ..................... Not so many golfers as usual Louis Pierce fooled around em There nit be a football jam;

a..a fmntworthan depend upon him. because he didn't took advantage of the invigorating number 9 green for about two played at Bayriew Park tomor-

/. *.ten FonwMrtt'ekite o/ key INfr poatto.xk. ftp Tom, .. believe her. weather yesterday so! consequently hours and finally had to play by row afternoon beginning at 2

Parity .*. *u fan?. /. "pU. ./ JOVE there are not many result himself until Mr. Neno Castro o'clock.
Itat..*. Aaa you to try fa k.ep a Judge Eelloggs partner wrote that The Key West
yrorp ./ cmptred aak.rwea( Iro.4al1lriD. her |100 allowance was being held te speak of. However in saw that unless he played also High Schooloutfit
(scl.nuworth r. ei. her I one or two instances there are with Louis they be there will use its regular line-u
pending trial. There may
It_ Her Le. fanutportfc, up seemedto aa*...a eec.. ........... against the
: % strong Carbone !
of results for certain
*o tee 4IA04 *I 'lie QvarreL' and be some law which excused the LUNN HURLS IN plenty parties most of Thursday evening and *
*k. (. __c ... *a. tt+ terribly CJ. anda payment of such money to persons to crow Friday afternoon.
.ml now outvalue..*-wcrrettiuN found guilty of a felony, and FOLLOWING
.. ..,ga.pfb. Her old a...... retie they eaeea.aea"aeeeaeeeeeeee
cork"i. Baiting ksr.Chapter. were waiting for the verdict. If only ANOTIIE -GW TONIGHT AT GYMBig Mr. Lionel. Hammersleigh Plum-

Judge distance.Kellogg were within traveling THROUGHeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee mer has been all steamed up for Doe WiUiam Percival "Peoababe" Today In History

37 the past six weeks telling just Kemp was minus his usual .....e.ee.eeeeee..ee..e.312DiedSt .

THE TRIAL BEGINS Discharged from the hospital MOUND OPPONENT PITCHES games at the High School how ie was going to break 80. partner and so took Charlie Saw
Anne left the friendly care ef the The as a helper and William Nicholas, bishop
baseball situation in
Key gave
He even went so far M to buy a
nurse and the hospital for the jaiL Gym tonight between members of of Asia Minor original of
Ana his tim- CNE-HIT NO-RUN AFFAIRTO Harris
JOHN. spoke name West is whole of clubs balls Curry to Eddie "Hartella our
not Few set
rosy., games new
1d11.-how 1a bet'" The first night she couldn't sleep because the Island City Basketball League Towers" Strunk. That Santa clans
of the clang of the Iron door CAPTURE CONTEST haTe been played for various reasons and read up 'Gn his lesson bookS. was avery
In the first the
"Better now." I contest, Bury bad thing for Doe to do be-
he generously took Cookie
the turning of the key In the lock the First, it was the grounds; Bee very I 1790-Seat .f government
"Tea mean be' Mea ill?' stifling realization of ban Iron bars Bakers will tackle the Park Mesa for a partner and played cause they lost 2 op and not only
Tecla looked at Anne la surprise. 'holding her away from the world they were not in condition to Tigers and the High School five against Bill Bruner and the Dukeof t that but Mr. Hurricane took one moved from New York City to

-Ill! Ton should know. she loved Arthur Luna, the pride of Key play on. Second, there is no win play the WPA quintet in the Rock Sound. The results are skin from Doc. This was not quite Philadelphia

'What do yon meanr And then the morning of her trial. I West in diamondball circles, grand stand no bases or equip- closing to. sad te mention. Mr. Li made I enough cash for Mr. Strunk to 1830 U. S.-Naval
game.First -
"Why.Tech threw her bands out sunshot. high-piled clouds edging pitched another great game in ment to play with, such as bats nearly. many strokes as he did take the family out and celebratebut Observatory
established in
as though the gesture would explain the game will start at 7:30 then it did give a certain Washington ,
horizon seagulls wheeling! low j I Fort Lauderdale against the Hector the time he played Bob Carmth-
"at your bedside he stayed until balls and gloves. Third the players o'clock. amount of satisfaction to Eddieto
yon over blue waters. Anne took fresh !' Supply Co. ten. era np in Miami. So Cookie had
were safe then away he went nobody )- heart from the view She 'dressed I could not get together to Two very good and fast games to be the mainstay of their team know that Doc would be ableto 1835-Died Archibald Robertson -
knows where. I fink maybe he with In Haznm, on the mound for the. form tell anyone all week how betook ScotUch-bora New York
care a plain blue suit. She : a league and equally divide are expected as the clubs are in but even then Bill and Old-Bye
tell yon." had to do nothing with her hair but opposition hurled a one-hit, no- the talent. Here we have the the won by 12 up. Mr. Plummer was the opposition for a nice City portrait painter, aged 65.
"John here at the hospital?" comb it shoulder pink of condition. sleigh ride. Mr. Strunk
length.Garbo style. to the came
run game cop contest, 2 not quite on his driving. He
"Yes, yon can for hlm.A ." And catchers: C. Griffin, VidaL In. up 1917-Munition ship explodedat
then the ( losing
court room. She near match point club and
number 6 and whaled
taint flash tinted the to 0. The lone safety WAS made graham, Joe Kavarro--all good.!!i stood on tee Halifax N. S.
pallor of killing
heard subdued Finnish greetings But when I temper when he made that 9 on more
Anne's cheeks had he come unwillingly words of cheer as she entered the by Mickey Ubieta also of Key In the box we have: Joe Casa PLAY-OFF FINAL TO I one 300 yards. j number 5 hole but Eddie should than 1200.

?If not why had he cone away? crowded room. Her heart caught: as West. Bethel. Carbonell Salinero Sanchez I the ball stopped it was nesting on cheer op. Occasionally other

"I must bare been delirious" she she saw Charlotte and Sharlee Lee, catcher for Hector connected :., Griffin Wickers and H.'!! BE PLAYED LATERThe I the number mistake 8 tee.of telling Somebody Li to made look ,' guys make nines, on numbe 8 hole 1932-President Hoover' last

nnravred and thought, that..pres Farnsworth seated by the district with of Lunn's fast Gates; also D. Navarro-three to .I he and lose a good ban rrt the bar" annual message to Congress urges
one the and
nee 1 felt mast hare been John. attorney, and Farley as'special a dub. On first: Barcelo. Pena out for water thought gain. If you want to know the balancing of budget.
What could he hare ones for a homer. they wee talking about the pond. 1
thought her?
prosecutor. And then. Just as shec Sterling. Ingrafaam-one to a I 1 particulars just ask W. W. W. ..
'T'..,...... A description of the game follows team. Second base: C. Garcia came: scheduled last night, Jaea.e.vnr.'. a.e..c &.t....

taken from a Hollywood Mayg, Al Acevedo.: Third base: which was to have been the finalof I Mr. William "Pious" Watkin THE SEMINOLE

.:Tx 'a.'A r...' ..... ,- ,., daily newspaper: Cates, II. Acevedo Albury Garcia a three-game Senior League :is quite the fair haired lad these Next Thursday will be the last &
1< "Hudson Hf!T'm. who turned in Navarro and a few others. championship play-off between I days. William had 43-41 for a dinner match of the present se

the Commercial League's only no- Shortstop: Acevedo, Baker Navarro the Busy Bee Bakers and Firemen I record total of 84 and thereby ries. Election will take place the
hit, no-run game of the ;year last Cerezo and ethers. In the :beat SamueTla Goldsmith by 5 week after New Year's. Since o t
was called off on, account of
week came within a hair of re- outfield: Gabriel Capote J. Garcia cold weather. strokes (50-39)) and won 2 to 1 j Christmas comes before the last

3 peating this performance Wednesday Wickers Rueda. Bazo. Fruto This on match play. Mr. Watkins was Thursday in the month, both cap-
3 contest win be played ata
night when the Hector Machin G. Acevedo ,Alfonso and very nervous and shy at times in
later date, or when Clem Price tains decided to play next week. 6zft ,.
Supply turned back the Coast others. I wish the players could that he was afraid to use! his patter
sets the date. Mr. Price is the
Guard Rascals 2 to 0, in aboutas get together, form a league and when more than 10 feet oft
sensational a game as any played play games this winter so a* to only one who can call this gameat the green. Once Samnella was Movies Japanese and western, .-tJaekes.vinw

on the local lot this year. : give the tourists and residents present hunting his ball in the land of were seen by 244,000,000 personsin j rl.rle.

1 t s "For six innings the Hector some where to gtr en Sunday afternoons I Fans will be advised through sand-spurs and Mr. Watkins was Japan last year, or by 19,000'-j CRAS. .. CIU3K1U Maac
,1 } e ts pitching ace turned the Guards-' as they had in the past. these columns when the deciding about 75 yards short of thegreen. 000 more than in 1933. A aamaa.. homa-ltke institution
There hundred visitors game of the play-off will be held. I where you win find ymr 1.1
are several he quietly
men back without a hit. With one i i Thereupon I tarn ..* catrrtabuM a _t-
A. f down in the final (seventh) frame here every winter and the I took his putter and knocked the II I '.., of great importance.

Mickey Ubieta sent a hard drive i majority of them are baseball SOCIAL LEAGUE TOBE'REORGANIZED ban in the hole for a par and I --o--

to center for a clean hit, only to j fans Mr. Price can help put proceeded to smile that smile of KEY WESTCOLONIAL \ steel la the ffrepfwvf heart fc.f fMf the s city: treated

t Ys be, caught at second trying toj the grounds in shape. I think he his when he is en the winningside. HOTEL -
do with the labor he has K *ry Room wtttt Combination Tub
stretch the blow into a double. 1 can so ..
Skewer lathe,
I ."The contest was featured by I under him and the supervisors hs: In the Center of the Businessand Oiling Pan. Bath Slat Doer for SummrVentilatUn EloctrM

s b sensational fielding by has know how to do a thing well.Let's Theater District Comfortable Redo with
J took
F both Mr. Timothecs Pittman ..
a+ Mattress. of Inner Spring Co
teams. Ubieta and Masney ] hope be will do something} A club has
new been organized his trusty driver in hand and trvctloa sad ladivMaal a.-
ed In at least five brilliant plays j before the winter sets in good. to enter the Social: League and made a nice 96 which beat Mr. First Clan-FfrepraW- lug Lara pa. stares

s i to rob Cratemen batters of hits-I! will be known as. the Sanitary Ike Russell and Mr. Pete TaylorMr. SeuibU Rate
while F. Oliver turned in a spectacular In the race for batting champion Department ten. Pittman he would be Tn 8.n.... private Bath __ e z wM

'I barehanded catch of Hitch-,f' of the diamondball league Jones Ne more games vail be played very happy to says play Mr. William Garage ElcvaterPopalar .. ___..,, Private Private _Bath tfc __ .U..*.

;::= cock's long drive to left in the has the best average .583. Cates in this league until Monday. Hiram :Malone or other guy SI -., Private Bata __._ SO
fifth to rob that batter of a] has an average of .555. Jones any Pries I*.....* _**... Private Bath ....eesLiCaT
Sunday the league will be re, who claim he can do 99 or ;
played in three games and Catesin I! IXCRKAMB rOR OOVBUiOCCCPAJICT
homerun. 1
The morning after the trial. "The victory was the fourth_in t ta six. The former was at !bal I I
for the Hectormeit and also 12 times and the latter 27 times, r- -- -----
"Tecla. yon said he was better what started to sit down she met the row
Bill scored and Jones
) the third successive time they : eight runs
did yon mean by that?" gaze of Rob Crocker. was
Jones hit
have turned the opposition back on* safely seven
"Worried he was. He t'Ink your times and Gates 15 times. Now
without league
trouble and sickness all his fault.He felt her gaze lock with his a ran, a new rec-
SHE ord." I contend that Cates is the say like I do. he would keep yon was stony disregard for because he had more times \ \ ,
from all hurt, then he do this to her In the dark eyes which once had Lunn hurled a four-hit game of
bat the
at and played majority FIRMS
and struck out three while not
,ou.- laughed with her; tense lines about
= that is league contest : -
"And he's gone away? Don't yon the lips which had told her so often issuing a base OB balls games every
Jones played in only half
know where? Doesn't his mother of his love for her.
know rTecla She didn't know she was staringat of the games. The understanding
shrugged her shoulders."She I him In frank amazement. Was FERA LOSES TO before the league began was thata
in half Who Rush Te Give You Service-Patronize Them
member bad to play or
cay: something about he go for a I this the man she bad loved? This
boat. I the man she bad almost defied Luke WILD CAT TEN i more of the games. In that way, I

Anne nodded. Yea, he had thought and Lucinda to marry? Had she I Jones is the champion but Cates

of buying a trawler with his Alaska I I really ever seen him before? participated in more games and

money.,The nutae Interrupted here Lenholm.her attorney plucked at therefore took more chances.
and Anne questions begging to be I her sleeve and she sat down. limo she The Wild Cats defeated the I Star American> CoffeeNOW ROSES

answered at her lips, was forced to I decided she hadn't seen him before. Administration ten yesterday aft- 1 After I wrote yesterday's notes JOHN C. PARK OFFERED IN TIFT'S

see the little woman led reluctantly She had been a child delighted with ernoon at: Bayvievr Park in a reg- I found out that Alvin Smith

to the door. I i the attentions of a handsome man ular Social Lsaoe came. The .'t Baker and Domingnez have shown THREE GRADES FLORAL PIECES A CASH GROCERY
Anne lay staring at the wait John I older than she desired by other final score was 5 to 2. up. I think that with some practice 328 SIMONTON ST.

had gone away. He hadn't waited to I women. Character had meant noth At bat, Johnson, Stan'ey! and t)1e&ebey.. will again give STAR, Ib., 25C SPECIALTY

see how her trial had come out Oh. ing to her. because she had thoughtit Russell for the Oats were the any of the basketeers a run for LARGO ID- 18c 1101 Division Street

he had been loyal standing by her possessed by everyone. This man leaders. I their money. As to the High PLUMBINGDURO ,

during her Illness but the moment be was seeing was a stranger; a Goss got the only hit for the i School quintet J. Finder. Berl: V. &: S., Ik, 15c PLANTS and VINES PHONE 29 ,

she was >past the danger line he bad stranger with cruel lines about his Office boys.In Finder Sweeting, Wickers. Jack .,. :: .J 1/
gone en with his iftifargetting her. month hard lines about his eyes. ROASTED KEY WEST
the field Domeaech. Lopez. Lopez played a very good game
Staple and Fancy
A rare smile crossed her face. To FLORIDA
o. r.. t .- I'- Stanley for the losers and Lowe : recently: and I predict that they PUMPS -By-
t think! she had hesitated over '
t marry- Groceries'PLU1IBING '
S- Cervartes. Hawonitr for the. winners will be one of the two leading
log John for fear her lore of him -
John thought; she was guilty. might change like her love for Rob were outstanding. fives.! SUPPLIES STAR COFFEE MILL NURSERY '
Score b'ianiR R. H. E.i i
: i
:I Complete 1.inetFreah
Johh. who knew everything from had changed. She felt suddenly free .
FERA ._ .. 000 101-2 1 2 Ernest Schelling the well 512 Greene Street -
the wa)'.ihe Lee Farnswortbs had confident John surely he would be PHONE 348 : I Fla-a.ndVegetables .
treated,hgr10 the very details of the there some place. She believed In Wild Cats .... 200 300-5 5 1 known pianist was a ebfld prodigy.:I .. Phone 256 PHONE 597

wilt.thought she kid sought revenge him. in his love for her. Batteries: Wickers.; Lopez and He made his debut when he war.

la th1111l1lA7. Two days passed before the Jury Wickers; Russell and Arias. four and a half years old.

Did Tecla and Xiisa think this was Thosen. and on the third the -- SELECT SEA FOODS -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
too! E yy n OnrJ' and George couldn't trial.bellan. '
be idre.Ie)> ; w ren't outside with! The district attorney close friendof J.wr". Z Jha. _... ... .- 3Sc INSURANCE
herein'ibe boat They didn't.know the man who had been killed presented Y.Il.wt.t S..ely a n- 35c

whether or- not she had carried a his case.: The defendant YaOawtafl Boa*. 2 '". 2Se Office: 319 Dual Street
tai\. known as Nikki Nielsen had been I J
Engraved GreetingCARDS Grouper 2 Ib __ 2Sc
reared SUNDAY STARSubscription
Dusk swept into the room: to believe she was the daughter
through the opened window came of Luke Farnsworth and It was Snapper 2 Iba 2Se t

the far rumble of traffic la the street only after the accidental death of MattM Flak, 2 Iba. 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.1
below the dank sweet odor of river her foster parents that she had J2 Per 'Year

willows, the salty tang of the sea learned she was not their child. FRESH SHRIMP. Try T.ar afeala AtDelmotdco
The window was an oblong of blue. The fortune she had believed hers Large Select Oyster Key West's Only Sunday -THFre.h ---

In which hung a single star. he continued was to be turned over Crab Meat !. !ft ease 65c Paper Restaurant

Gaze concentrated: on that star I to an estate to be divided among the I PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
Anne reached the lowest point of her Farnsworth kin. Business Office Citizen B.4....... ere r __ lie

life.There was nothing: left, nothing The girl had refused to live with I I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building
Six Caaraa Diaaara.
Over 500 Different Samples To Select From ------
but the courage which sprang from the Lee Farsworths. She had denounced I .
belief In herself. them bitterly then rushed I PHONE 151 PHONE. 51 ..?-.-- SOc, 7S, ... as.I .

Days passed each one fraught with away to hide. I

fresh worries. There was the lawyer (CopyrtyM. is::. t y Jeannt Bavmn Priced Low

her Finnish friends had re I AARON McCONNELL
tamed but she knew she could not peels Serkl g I v e.. tomorrow.aomt I Our Reputation is Wrapped PRITCHARD EXTRA LARGE SELECT
startling t* timo x.STEAMSHIP. 40 STYLES OF, ENGRAVINGWish 536 Hernia Street CHESAPEAKE BAY
I in erery package
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Your Friends A MERRY CHRISTMASWith Tbe of OYSTERSServed

P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST Co. GREETING CARDS j jI Watch PRINTINGDONE Digeif"sed CavrtaayLICENSED. Syspatls.tleD4 Any Style and Delivered

I BY US Cooked 0r Raw to anypart

Leave Key West for Havana on Mbndays and Thursdays. AND ENGRAVER HOT

Leave Key West for Port Tampa on Tuesdays and See Him For Your Next Work ARTMAN PRESS Aa SenIM SATURDAYSee* Jaiey SteaksWELLS'

12 1 to 6 LUNCH ROOM
UWrst 9 te -
Sale .{ tickat far Havaaa will slop at 8:00 A. M. i '

; CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51 Of*. Sataraay Nights S 1 no.. s.ca .Never Wp Pkaaa 201'-' MO Soatkard St.
Far farther iaformation call Phone 71 Il I I I

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MUCH INTEREST IN HONOR ROLLS OF Today's *' France July 30, 1918. AUCTION SALE ;o3There will be .a auction sale

BABY SHOW\ HELD Society LOCAL SCHOOLS tAt[ The Stores] Anniversaries_ novelist 1857-, Joseph born.--Died Conrad Aug.English 3, AT JOHNSON'S I every entire night stock next of meek t81.,until holiday the

........................ : .....:.................. 1924. goods, doHs and other gifts are

HEREYESTERDAY, Junior Club To 1732-Warren Hastings, Eng I 1859-Edward H. Sothern. actor sold. ,
The following the Honor Frank Johnson's
are HOLIDAY OUTFITS lish statesman-founder of Brit- Annual Auc
born in New Orleans. Diedin
I Meet TuesdayJunior Rolls for the Harris and Division With Christmas near and every- ain's empire in India, born Died New York, Oct. 28, 1933. tion Sale starts tomorrow nightat SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

MANY PRIZES ARE GIVEN TO Street Schools for the six weeks one thinking of a new outfit for Aug. 22, 1818. __.. his store in the Colonial Hotel --
Woman's Club will hold period ending December 2, 1935: the holidays the specials on TITLE building. This yearly event gives WAVES
WINNERS VARIOUS CONTESTS a business meeting Tuesday after-: Harris School men's goods advertised in this issue 1778-Joseph L. Gay-Lussae,

UNDER AUSPICES OF.j I noon in the rooms! of the Key i I 6A-Praxides Norcisso, Helen by J. C. Kantor's, Inc. come French scientist, the first to ORDINANCE NO. 318, every person in the city an opportunity rwo Permanent gg QQ
COUNCIL SERIES to buy high quality
at time for those make a balloon ascension for
Rose Wells. an opportune
West Woman's dub'.and it x111 b.i6B AN ORDINANCE* PROVIDING Christmas gifts at their own Better Waves, $5.00 cad vp
scientific -
POCAHONTAS CLUB -Raymond Ovide. who are looking for savings. investigations boruj
be one of the most important I .5A. Julias Napolis. Ruth This store now has one of the Died May 9, 1850.1822William ,{! FOR A CITY JAILER prices, Mr.> Johnson says. MRS. MILLER
y;; The sale starts promptly at| 407 South Street Peon S74-J
gatherings of the season. Thompson:'EUen: Mae Wharton, finest lines of men's suits and a f AND A JANITOR OF THE

Plans for the anuaT Christmas Barbara Johnson. tremendous assortment of noveltyand T. Hamiltod CITY HALL AND FIXING ._ ,
The Annual Baby Show held ---- --- --
yesterday afternoon at the Harris:' Tree dance are to be discussod I i 5B-4A: -Billy Helseth, Roy useful Christmas gifts for i ("Wildcat Bill"), the St. LouU THEIR Passed COMPENSATION.Council first .................................................
ly City
Pocahontas Club and preliminary arrangements' Rogers, Sidney Lowe, Charles men and ;young men < boy sent West because of fragild
School the
by ,made for this social event whichin Sands. Catherine Connor. Mar- II health who became a noted trapper reading. November 26, 1935.

Mjs.was well Given attended.and Mrs.The Rickett judges are:'! former years has always been I' caret Finder Florence Sawyer. SHOES FOR MEN scout and: trader, born izi Passed by City ConneilTsecond MISSPELLED WORD CONTEST I

West.!well attended. Leo Cruz Ado'fo Navarro, Hen One of the finest lines of men's EnglandDied. at {Columbus, reading, December 4, 1935.
winter visitors Key
Prizes awarded to the following -/ Another object of the meeting; rietta Carey, Edna Mae Hoff. shoes in the city is carried at Mont, May 24. 1908. Passed by City Council third .

were children Phyllis Elizabeth is to bring together the members -1 Vida Mae Thompson, Elma Aguerro Mendell's Exclusive Men's Shop, and final reading, December 4, Name r ..n.n.n.nu.u_...__... :
: 1833-John Singleton Mosby, 1935. .
i who have been assigned 517 Duval street. I
Carl Ford.4BAlbert .
Cruz three months old; daughter }-| famed Confederate leader
work on the CnrUtmas Tree to ba| Johnson. Today's advertisement for this -
of Mr.. and Mrs. Bernard J.j, ; Address :
1 I Virginia lawyer, consul, as- dec6-lt City Clerk. -
given for poor children and make 3A-George Jensen, Betty June store's features show that Men- .
Cruz of 1218 Newton street --- ,
sistant U. S. --- -----
wonethe attorney-general,
arrangements for the purchase of Brown, Earl Gwynn, Lois Rae dell's carries shoes in all price .
girls prize from one week toys fruit and candy. I II Hiner. ranges. The lowest advertised today born at Edgemeont Va. Died The Misspelled Word Is- ...__ .:
six months. The boys' prize May 30, 1916.1835.John. .
I e 3B-Jimmie Snigleton. is Peter's work shoes at $2.50 .
one week to six months went to
Joseph E. Hale, Jr., age five Dance Tonight At I 2A-Billy Ladd. Donald Pearl-I and the famous Nunn Bush shoe Atkinson, Methodist \ MENDELL'SExclusive It Appears In ....--.-........_.-Advertisement :
Laurette Bethel. Jane Johnson at $6.75.Eethet. '.
months; son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cuban Club man., Camille Thompson. Elena clergyman and historian, au- .................................................
thor of "We Meet Men'
hymn Shall
E. Hale, 1415 Eliza street. Shop
Rose :Marie Pinder Joe
Boys' prize from six months to Cordero, Irma Sands, Betty Lou I Young, Kenneth Larsen.1B2Olga Beyond the River," born at Deer- 517 Duval StreetSHOES -----__ --.- r
one year went to Bert Elwood, A' big i dance will be given tonight Burchell. Leroy Sawyt'r.3B2BPat.sy ::: Perez. field, N. Y. Died near there,

age one year; son of Mr. and by the Young Men's Social: Albury. Marguerite Der. 8, 1897.

Mrs. Roy Elwood, 729 Love Lane. Club at the Cuban Club on Duval de Leon, Jean Peterson, ........................ 'I !
:Girls prize six months to oneyear street. The affair will start Nell Raw Sands. Nellie! Thrower, 1886-Joyce Kilmer, America's

went to Martha Delores Val- promptly at 9 o'clock. I Ruby Wharton Edward Albertus, CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN brilliant poet who went to the I

4ez, age ninemonths; daughterof John Pritchard and his orchestra -' Charles Pellicier, Laurette Rus- World War as a private, born atrJ. I BICAUCTION SALE

Mr. and Mrs. Ygnacio Valdez, will be on hand to furnish J! sell, Patsy Duane, Betty Whar- II
i I ton.
1122 Simonton street.Boys' music for the occasion.PERSONAL I

prize one to two years ;, 2B-Anna Cook, Perdita Ster- ........................
....................... ling.
went to Al Joseph Roberts, 14
months old; son of MtM and Mrs. MENTION lA-Betty June Cattrell.Louis Vir- PERSONAL rJ. G. Kantor Inc. Starts Tomorrow Night '8:00

Eugene Roberts 1121 Olivia ginia Williams Mary ;: : p. m.

street. Girls'; prize from one to ........................ Spencer Kermit Roberts Antonio STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, The House of Blue Serges
Nunez J. B. Lopez. And continues all Next Week until entire
:two years went to Beverly Anna H. E. Day, who has been away,, 1B1-Nancy Norman, Manuel INDIGESTION victims why' I Exclusive for Men and our
,Home two old daughter stock of CHRISTMAS GOODS sold
years ; from Key West for a long period Monzon. suffer! For quick relief geta Students ; are
'o(Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Home, free sample of UDGA, a doc-
returned this morning by plane.
1B2-Rose Archer, Joy Ball, Is THE ENTIRE TOCK OF
Here where
1222 Grinnell street. I I tor's prescription at Gardner's you can
Edith Brown, Dorothy Saunders,
Boys' prize two to three years local merchant, Pharmacy. get your new suits of the
Archie Lowe, Clara Bow Bailey, Frederick Kirt-
went to Kenneth Arnold Key, two who was in Miami on business returned 'land. nov 20-21-22-27-28-29dec4-5-6; best French Oswego Serge. =-' TOYS DOLLS WHEEL GOODS
:and one-half years old; son of this morning. i 11.12-13x Sport and plain back, ,
by plane Division Street School aiEN'S DRESS SHOES, Black,
Mr and Mrs. Arnold Key of Elgin
double and single breasted
6A-Marcia Dexter, Norma FOR RENT Brown and Sport; made by AND CHRISTMAS GIFTSMUST
street. Girls' prize two to three shorts'and
,Fred O. Eberhardt, custodian Riggs; Carmen Sunti. regular Peters, Central Arnolds and

:.years went to Shirley May Mrs.Al- of the Fort Jefferson National'Monument ';i i 6B-Lenora Lopez, George B. LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT stout shorts, guaranteedfast others, pair _w_.....__ .. $2.95
bury; daughter; of Mr. and who was away on Marie colors GO REGARDLESS OF PRICE
'Charles Francis Ray, Florence Boza, Ruth -2 bed rooms conveniences -
Albury, 914
business and a vacation. returnedby I Baker. porches: 519 Elizabeth $14.95 Up PETERS WORK SHOES, guar- Hundreds of valuable articles will to the
street. this morning and will be! .......... go
- plane 5A-Elinor: Larsen, Isabelle Street. novlS anteed solid leather
Boys' prize three to four years in Key West for several days. I Cruz. Rose Mae Saunders. Laude- SUITS, Ultra Smart ._.._..... +.--.. $1.95 and $2.50 highest bidder. Don't miss this opportunity to
went to Ray Elwood, jr. age three I save.
Men's Suits
I lina Perez, Hilton Sasnett. FURNISHED APARTMENT- Most unusual j I
years; son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray AI Morris, Associated press representative 5B-4A-George Barber. Fred Modern conveniences, 628 "Curlee" line and other EDGETON SHOES every pair
Elwood, 729 Love Lane. Girls'jzrize '
in Miami arrived by Hinde J. B. Sawyer, R. C. Skel- White street or call at Gaiti's famous makes, latest guaranteed; Black, Brown,

three to four years went to plane this morning on an assignment ; -, ton, Everette Sweeting, Rosalind Barber Shop novlZ colors, sport and conservative White and Sport __'.. $5.00
Betty Joy MacDonald, age three to cover the situation rel-!I .-'
Albury, Sylvia Sawyer, Beltey
years No. 4 Hunt's Lane; daughter -' ative to the strike of WPA work-: Kline, Kathleen Christensen FURNISHED APARTMENT, with NUNN BUSH SHOES, the fa- Frank JohnsonColonial
$14.50 Up
of Mr. and Mrs. L. McDonald.I electric ice box. 1001 Eaton, mous Ankle Fashioned,
ers. Janet Eatherly Barbara StanselL
Others entering the contests phone 879-J. nov9-lmoz SHIRTS. Our shirts Black, Brown and Sport
4A-Grace Perdoma. Hotel Building 428 Duval Street
were: Sylvia Leath Bethel, Margaret Subscribe to The Citizen-20e 4B1 Frances Collins. Ruth this season are more at- at ....-.....-..........., ,_.. $6.75
Ann Rivera, Peppy Ann weekly. NICELY FURNISHED APART. tractive than ever with
Rose Roberts Joseph Roberts,
Barker Myrna Lee Curry, Rispah' MENT. with garage. Apply 827
Trubernized col-
: Howard Smith. Duval street. oct9 the new -- > 1 _. ...... ...
Mansfield Russell. Billy Roberts -
The Key West Electric CompanyTO 4B2-Dorothy Johnson, Ilermjnia lars. No blisters, no .. -
William, Arnold, John Leigh Mc-: I Pulida. wrinkles. Made by Phil-
Killip. Sally Ann Goss Elsie Lee
Thompson, Darrell Roy Hen- FIVE PER CENT FIFTY YEAR COLD 1 3A-3B--Emma Neal Ayala lips-Johnes, Arrow and
dricks. Rose Mary Lowe, Charles COMPANY I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
Wells, Harry Pritchard, Jr. I Martha Gomez, Rose Mary Symon- $1.25 to $2.50
SaUylA'nn I Under the Sinking Fund provisionof \ ette. Grace Torres Willette Cama- ang7 SWEATERS all wool. .
Louis Bernard Cruz, jr., I ,
the Mortgage or IHedof Trtfst ?
tier Lorraine e
: Goethe Edna Phe-
Gomez, Volina Nowe, Joyce dated August 1. ISO, between the BICYCLES New styles and all colors 1 O
above Company and State Street I lan, Harold Haskins Alfred Lowe, -- -- 1 .
Thompson, Louis Maloney, jr., with zippers. Plain anda p < .
Trust Company, of Boston, the undersigned .
Ward Herrick 'EtJ-iel.l\Iae Roberts BICYCLES WE RENT by the
; -
Jackie Knowles. Ralph and Billie I Trustee hereby Rives:, big selection of leather
DuBreuil, Alice :Marie Garcia, notice that until .December 19. 11;$.' Shirley Rose Smith, Shirley Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
at twelve o'clock noon It will receive -'' Curry. makes and paint them with
Robert Pittman. Lucille Saunders, sealed' proposals for the sale -
t 2A-: Virginia,Kelly. Nu-EnameL We full to $8.50
: a
Peter Stanley Knight, Elinor Ann of the above named. bonds lo absorb I'I carry
I the sum -of Four Thousand Nine 2B1-George Lewis, Joan supply of parts. Agent for the HATS. Fine felts, silk yII
Valdez. Melvin t. .
Ogden, Sophie Nancy Hundred and Forty Dollars ($4 -
Dou Rollfast and<< Bicycles. lined desirable color
Roberts jr., Kermit Bruce' 940.00) or any part thereof. Interest htry. Alice Diaz Franc Dayton any II girl
on bonds purchased will. cease t Mora.2B2. And sell them as low as $5.00 new shapes, including f
Roberts and Eugene Roberts, jr. on December :e. The right is reserved down and week.
to reject any and all pro ir -James Miller, Anita $1.00 per Stetson-
posals. Aguilar, Dora Henriquez, Bertha Ph.ne 276. J. R. Stowers It; $1.95 Up lit /
By s. H. "-oleott, Vice President. ,I HOLIDAY GIFTS. Get *>*
Boston. Massachusetts, December" !A-lR--Eliz!'beth Ann CadI .
I 2, 193S. dec4-C-.ll-12 i ner, Florence Mitchell, Nathalie yours in time. A big selection ii 1' .n:
--- DANCE -
The north star glimmersIn MONROE THEATERBuck check I I Ties, made by Cheney and
a sky of deepest blue. I' Auspices Y. M. S. Club
COLDS others. Flannel Robes
Jones-Miriam Siager in .
The pale moon shimmers 1'6 666 6 6 CUBAN CLUB
THE DAWN TRAIL and I Hickock Belts and \
Over the deep bayou. I Tonight At 9:00 O'clock Y y Il
Ted Lewis and His Orchestra inHERE FEVERfirst Pritchard" Orchestra 1 Buckles, Handkerchiefs, I

Thick shadows fan I COMES THE BAND I I dayHEADACHES ADMISSION _..._.....__.._ 49c Etc.SHOES.
In a pattern of magic lace Matinee: Balcony, 10e; Orchestra I f.. TaLleta II Yes we have

Like a Spanish Shawl I 15-20c; Night: 15-25c I Saln! N.M Drips in 30 minutes I plenty to fit everybody t

Half hiding a maiden's face.A all solid leather,

dark soft fleecy cloud -- -- iI i PALACEMary teed by Peters guaran-I!

Comes drifting--Railing slow- I Carlisle, Hardie Albright, con.PAJAMAS.
And covers the moon in a shroud, Joan Marsh., Lila Lee and All new

While the wind is moaning low. i j Sidney Toler in lovely patterns, Phillips- (

"LieACakeOflceFOODSTUFFS CHAMPAGNE FOR Johnes and E. & W. a af
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The stars go out in the night. II I BREAKFAST I 1

Like a candle flame in the wind, Two Comedies BUY WITH CON-
As gathering mists blot out the FIDENCE AT
light, I I Matinee: 10-15c; Night 15-25c

And the winter night begins. NO SHOW SATURDAY KANTORPHONE IfsAYear

Key West, Fla.JlENJAMIN. There will be no show tomorrow
on account of Cuban I 897

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red isat 0 For

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FUNERAL HOME ". .. VISE, for all sizes ............_mm_........ $3.75

Serving Key West ffeddiq2 i-: < I.C: :! 4+ PLANE, finest steel _____..-_.---?.-......--- 1.50
Half Century i i 1 IrMf }

24 Hoar AmbmUnc Serric. ii I -: t'irt HAMMER, forged steel 'mm...._.... 1.90

Licensed Embalmer i -TTERY soon each of our J 1/:4' .:,Y. '.f = RATCHET BRACE ....___.m_._____ .s fL2D
Pbone 135 Night 696-\\ friends will be rccci ving on I
kept in our all metal ICE and : 1j'1; :. ,. f c;, LEVEL, of truest kind ...____-' -L65
invitation Wedding -
to out -
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REFRIGERATORS cool fresh and
are as ,
I healthful as if they were frozen in a cake of we want it to be the best looking invitatioa we can geL' 11 ZIG-ZAG RULE, 6-ft ..._m..m_ .85

OLD FORT JEFFERSONon i I ice. Our Refrigerators are doubly heatproof SAW (Disston) .___mm._____.._... 4.00

the Dry Tortugas I. and absolutely airtight. Naturally you want your Wedding Invitation to be the: PLIERS, best grade steel ................ .45

Excursion Sunday, Dec. 8 very finest;and that is why we are inviting you to inspect: our
By Miami-Key West Airways i i $20.00 up '
Plane remarkable line of genuine Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations .- South Florida

Leave Key West 11 a. m.; EASY TERMS-10 DAYS FREE TRIALOn and Announcements in the Favored Styles of 1935. ** ._ :. Contracting
Return 3 m.
I Display At-
Rate, Round Trip, $10.00 .
Regular Plane Service to Miami I THE ARTMAN PRESS : and Engineering Co.
i 0 o4
SundayTuesdayVWednesdayFridayRate Thompson Ice Company Inc.
Leave Key West 4 p. m.; Ar- .1 "Your Home Is Worthy Of The Best"
rive Miami, 5:20 p. m. PHONE NO. 8 I l'. .
For Reservation Call 620 p ftt/ -- s Phone 598 Cor. White and'Eliza Sts.


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