The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 12, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

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Roll Be eMade I E:lefore Christmas I __ _

FOR CASA MARINE MUSICAL Activities to date on -the .sewerage To Be Inaugurated
In Event Fun is Are Available and water project include, .

At ROTARY SESSIONINTERESTING removal of 1.894 feet of street
rmm : car trackage 21,654 brick; excavation rlIIIII.I'.I'1'
Various Other Matters TEM WILL HELP IN BRING- FERRIES Announcement Made slowing

Are Heard At Regular ING VISITORS HERE Telegram Received

Meeting Of Organization I MELVIN RUSSELL construction' and 368 for the Water From GilfondIn
Executive Board local j Although not as sanguine about I Although the paragraph in
Last chapter. The American Red pipe lines Sanitary Engineer which the mistake occurs was JacksonvillePlane
Night the coming season at the Casa
Croat, announce that the printed yesterday in The
Marina Hotel as he was before With President Melvin Russell J. A. C. Bogart in charge of the
chapter extend congratulation in the chair the Rotary Club TELEGRAM RECEIVED EAR Citizen. Proof Reading Contest
and thanks to Mr*. M. the hurricane and consequent held its weekly meeting in the project told The Citizen today.It and there were many
Board: of county commissioners E. Bierkowitz chairman of destruction of rail facilities Man- Parish House today. LIER IN WEEK ANNOUNCED replies, not an answer was service between

decided at regular meeting lad the recent roll call drive; to ager Peter Schutt feels satisfiedof President Russell read to the i* estimated that 150,000 yards THAT THEY WOULD correct. To farther expeditethe Key West and Miami will be

Mr. Harry Baker chairmanof club Internationaltrade will have be removed daring solution of the problem
might that in the eveat of sufficient a successful winter business. a report on to
publicity and those who >o the this relations made by RamonJ. START THIS WAY AT ONCE the paragraph that contain put on a six-day-a-week
funds being paid into the ably assisted them and made Talking over prospects Martinez, president of the Na- the project. the error i ia again appendedto
the drive a huge success in morning Mr. Schutt said that al tional Mill Owners Associationof this article with the added schedule next Monday, it
This excavation work togetherwith
roll will b made before
coaaty a pay reaching the quota set for number of last year's regularswho I Cuba. intimation that it i ie ..ot'J
No information to the contrary was learned today upon receipt -
Christina' Key West. had planned to spend this sea- Clarence Thompson introduced removal of rail and brick typographical error not an

Present at the meeting were o The chapter official appreciate son at the hotel have, since the as his guest, W. Whiteside of 1 i having been received at omission, nor the aucoi.-I,,- of a telegram from M.
bas not been confined to any particular
the time and effort Miami. traction of a ..sentence bat a
.. hurricane decided not to come, WPA it is di-
headquarters I
presumed Gilfond district WPA
Chairman Carl Bervaldi, Con,nra set forth by all those who After singing in chorus by the section of the city bat ha wrong name. i' ,

ioners B. B. Warren and'Nathan ,helped make the drive a >ucce preferring not to travel by planeor club a program was given by the ferries recently purchasedin Now what i* tire correct rectorv who is now in Jack-
*, and take this mean of highway.It guest entertainers consisting ofa been. operation m a number of I name?
Nile.. Attorney William V. *Al- expressing! appreciation and is hoped however that most violin solo by Mrs. Norma Cairo Illinois for use on the Write your answer on the sonville.
thank for the work done for of these will change their views Yates Dopp. accompanied on the streets. Some of which have been coupon printed on another
bury Clerk ROM C. Sawyer and Oversea Highway water gaps, are
the local chapter and the later and decide to come by way piano by Miss Alce Curry after practically placed in readinessfor I page in this issue of The The schedule which has

Chief Deputy Bernard Waite.Commissioners national organization it i. I of the P.and O. route from Tampaand which Miss Curry sang a solo today en route to Key West. Citizen harry down to the office been worked out calls for
I stated. St. Petersburg. The Steam- with Mrs. J. C. Gekeler at the pipe installation and other and the first one with
Wm. R. Porter and i I Ii Cuba of this line will Telegrams received earlier in
ship resume piano. i which are now being made ready. the correct solution will receive daily service Monday, Tues-
Norberg Thompson are oat of the i .1'.1'1"1'.1"1"1: sailings next week and arrive i,i On motion of Rev. J. S. Day, the week advised the purchasehad a beautiful set of the

city. Monday morning, after being out!' it was decided that as many of Streets affected by the opera- been completed by Captain Gillette New De Laze gold- day, Wednesday, Thursday,

I of service for cleaning and over I I'the club members; as could would Eugene Demeritt ,of the Monroe plated Razor with ten blades.
tions and Sunday.
to date are: Thomas, Emma Saturday
Depository accounts for Novem- haul for one week. I I go on a fishing trip after lunch The prize i ie worth tryingfor
ber were read. checked and or- However, Manager Schutt said,I next Thursday: wind and weather Catherine United Duval Waddell County Ferry System, who ; get busy with that nimble will not operate Fridays, Mr.
went to St. Louis to complete
dered I CCC CAMPAREJJOWOPEN] with the arrival of the newly pur- permitting. brain of yours and be the
approved. chased ferries which are now on! Von Pfister and Leon and details and have the transfer of first to bring in. the answer. Gilfond's telegram said.
Communication from EverettR. the to Key West and estab-I title consummated. there
way Harry up are more
I \ Angela will be the scene of activity Service of this nature was
Rivas applying for appointmentas lishment of new fast service with' STEAMER Further information was that prize to come and to be
read.It commodious accommodations for before the end of the week. awarded :
patrolman was I this was completed the captain to diligent contestant planned several weeks ago
was ordered placed on file. In I cars, many who have not writ- WILL\ BE RESUMED *. I
I Arkea how were would at return to Cairo
APPLICATIONS CAN BE MADE ten about reservations may do so many persons once The paragraphs"The but inauguration of the
the event such an appointment is I when they learn of the perfect : employed on the projects today make all necessary arrangementsand AAA not the Washington
made the will be t AT THIS TIME FOR JANUARY schedule held pend-
application con- transportation service afforded by : Mr. Bogart said that today there start the movement to Key outfit bat the American up

sidered. I PROGRAM ANNOUNCED highway'and ferries and he is CUBA WILL ARRIVE IN PORT are 515 at work and on every West, Captain Demeritt on one Athletic Association ha ing arrival of more and ade-

Letters were read from Marvin I not in the least depressed over MONDAY MORNING branch of the work there has been vessel and Captain A. E. Sharp- decided, by a narrow margin,
McIntyre and Stephen Early secretaries i TODAY I Ii the season's outlook. ley on the) other. to send the American athlete quate equipment for the
marked and satisfactory
FROM TAMPA I' progress The voyage is to be made via to Germany to compete in the The ".
Mia' Ke.
to President Roosevelt daily trips. ,
; accomplishments. the Mississippi River and connecting Olympic game The Citizen
extending appreciation for tele- : Another 'Civilian Conservation MANY DRAWINGS i Headquarters of the organization inland water routes'and took the opposite stand on West Airways, Inc.,' *rate

grama'cent"onThanksgiving Day. Corps enlistment l will take placein Resumption of steamship service are in the old car barn and is expected to be concludedwiththe this vexed question. Theargument planes of Pan American Air-
Also letter from Miller : NOW DISPLAYEDIN i I' arrival at West the latter that athletic shouldnot
Malcolm January and applications can between Tampa, St. Petersburg offices, which were placed at the Key

WPA regional director of the be made now at the social service Key West and Havana will disposal of Mr. Bogart and his part of the month. be mixed with politic ways, Inc., also utilizingthat

United States, expressing his appreciation department of the Key West Ad- ART GALLERY, begin of the next Steamship week with Cuba the Monday arrival forces by President Bascom L. prevailed.** company's pilots.

for letters sent extolling ministration, Mrs. Nina Ryder morning from Tampa. Grooms of. the Key West Electric FRUIT STEAMER i :.I1.4J'.D'.I Each day inquiries are re

the work authorized in the re- Johnson, director of relief announced I The Cuba has been out of serv- company. f, ceived by the score relative

habilitation program of Key this morning.Just NINETEEN BLACK AND WHITE ice for the past week sailing for Without this courteous offer of COMES TO PORT fPLAN STARTING '
Tampa last Friday: and going from to means of getting to Key
West. how many young men will ILLUSTRATIONS WERE REPRODUCED Mr. Grooms, said Mr.,Bogart, he,
that port to Mobile where she was West. Thai added
be admitted in the Key West IN KEY WEST placed in drydock for cleaning would have been at a,10s:to find HATCHERY FORCRAWFISH I plane service

CITY COUNCILHOLDSJIEETING quota has not been announced and overhaul sufficient space to have heads of YORO ARRIVED FROM PHILADELPHIA I is Expected to be a boon

yet but young men interested in GUIDE BOOK all departments assembled under: ENROUTE TO HERE ,to:>> the tourist trade for

enlisting in the COG and in receiving roof and so close to each oth- -
$30 per month in addi- er as to assure each department !
.Nineteen black and white illusr. bid now.
tion to subsistence may file ap- being in close touch with the oth- BIOLOGIST EMORY PIERCEAT
trations which reproducedin
THREE ORDINANCES PASSED plication for enlistment with the the Key West Guide Book ers, but with ample space for, Steamsbip! Yoro, of the Stand- .I Planes will be on the same
social service department. LOCAL AQUARIUM RECEIVES
have been hung in the Key West. each department to function. ard 'Fruit and Steamship com- I daily schedule as at present -
DURING SPECIAL SES- Every effort has been made There at the barn are the officers
arrived yesterday afternoon .
Art These the pany NOTICE OF PROJECT
Gallery. are orig-
by the social service departmentto Plane of the Miami-Key West and working rooms of Mr. 3 o'clock from Philadel. it was said this after-
SION YESTERDAYKey get as large a quota as possiblefor were reproduced I incorporated, which ar- Bogart and secretary Miss Alice BEING APPROVED
in the book. phia, took oil and supplies at the noon. They will depart from
this district. The departmentis morning with six Resident Engineer B. C.
rived Gwynn
I From time to time the exhibit yesterday ; Porter Dock company and sailed t
anxious for young men to en- will be changed, it was said this I passengers, departed in the afternoon Moreno Field Engineer Homer 7 o'clock for Frontera, Mexico. I II Dinner Key in Miami at 9

West City Council met 5 list in the corps but Mrs. John morning until all the original]i with 16, as follows: Herrick. Draftsman Architect Tankship Gulf Spray arrived in I' Biologist Emory Lowe Pierce' m., arriving here at 10:20a.

o'clock yesterday afternoon in son pointed out this morning that drawings have been placed and William Klaus Arda Klaus William Blocker. Jr.. InstrumentMen port this morning from Tampa!' at the Key West Aquarium has 1 iL
.she hopes Key West young men Ralph Kennedy, Ira Hancock, Clifton Bailey, Sidney Berko-I with m., and will leave Key
city hall to discuss three; ordinances exhibited at the gallery. cargo of gasoline for one of received notice that the project
will enlist in the corps with sin- Pablo Fernandez, Clifford Hicks,I witz and Mario Calleja; Rod Men the wholesale Distributors. West at 4
as follows: iHtt- ,,> A' large map showing the typeof for crawfish and stonecrab. p. m.
cerity. Glen a
John Key. Ciark Rogers, William Knowles and Ivan Rob-
Steamship; Ozark, of the Clyde-
A'n' ordinance providing forthe? "U does not make a good showing relief activities carried on by Wilcox, Lurline Curry, Wm.I I Mallory Lines is due in port tomorrow hatchery in Key West in connect, Mr., Gilfond left Key

collection of licenses for the in' the state office when so the Florida ERA also has been Daughtry. Clifton Tribble Robert' erts.In another section of the building from Jacksonville and tion with the aquarium has been West last Monday morning

operation of certain types of 'lOlD t many young men from Key West hung in the gallery. Klir Beck,I I Morfield. Frank Rushton are Ray Curry laboratory Miami with freight for Key West approved in Washington. 1
from before the Henry La Cagnini Adrian Dorn- for Miami and Jacksonville.It .
return camp en- I technician; Gilbert Demeritt chief
New Orleans.
operated devices and to regulate and William Hoffman collaborated I Indications were, Mr. Pierce
bush i
listment period expires, or are and assistants, Harry "
the operation thereof was.passedon : this[TRIES NEW PLAN : timekeeper Two other vessels of the line was assumed here that
discharged: because of serious in the production of and Weintraub.At said, that activities will be authorized -
its third and final reading. j I misconduct: she said. I unusual map. Other artists added I TO BOOST WINES Dongo the eastern end of the car due port here tomorrow are the evening Brazos from, due Galveston in-:i in a few days when the the six-day-a-week schedulewas
The title of the ordinance of the most innumerable details -, I i
ordered published and will wash be many barn proper is located the store- en route to New York and : equipment for the hatcheries will worked out in conferences : -
and helped in the development << found in another column of The: BUT FEW\ AUTOTAGSJECURED I of the complex art product. PARIS Dec. 12.-France is fol- room cement, with in readiness for the day York Freighter Comal, due from New:Ibe I set up and the process of this week.
Sunday en route to Tampa.
Citizen today. I the American I :hatching: the crustaceans will be I I
t i lowing the example of when cosntruction of the miles of
Another ordinance providingfor : agricultural program in re- mains will begin tools of many started on a large scale.

sewerage and fresh water distribution !I Ii DEACON LOWE ducing production of fine winesto descriptions and in fact all equip BRIEF SESSIONOF I Unless otherwise decided the ONE LICENSE TO
systems and provisions'I ,
maintain prices. ment. This is in charge of Jim building at the corner of Whitehead -
covering certain matters in connection -:i AWAITS\ TRIALNOW The limitation is on the volumeof Roberts with assistant Frank
therewith was read and I UP TO PRESENT ONLY 65 labeled wine which may be Johnson. COURT TODAYTWO and Front streets will be WED\ IS ISSUEDDuring

passed on its first reading.The HAVE BEEN ISSUED BY [ turned out for each acre ofF Ahd last but by no means least, utilized and all of the equipment
third ordinance dealt with to the be set
IN JAIL ON CHARGE 0 grapes. the office of the man who ex- necessary project
the compensation to be legally TAX COLLECTORState Champagne production, for example ercises supervision over the pro- DEFENDANTS ENTER cp: there. the month of Deere,Tiber -

fixed for the city attorney pro-I CONSPIRACY TO VIOLATE has been limited to 440 ject in its many phases, keeps in PLEA OF GUILTY DURING op to date there has >kern
viding for monthly salary of $100 gallons an acre. Wine over this touch with the different depart- but one marriage license i""UE"j l I
per month, was passed on its first auto license tags were CUSTOMS LAWS I quota may be sold but not as ments from morning until night PROCEEDINGS TWO\ BUILDING from the office of Judge Hu h

reading. placed on sale December 1.ith I champagne. Similar regulationssale and is said by his co-workers to Curia, aeeordtag to die record-

::11I'4'A".4.V.4Y.4T the expectation that due to the I ,in'effect in the Bordeaux re- be the busiest man on the job PERMITS ISSUEDONE This was leaned to Eduardo
1'1'1..1 Deacon Lowe is now an inmate '
fact that there approximately
are Garcia and Davila and
William E. Huston general super Judge J. Vining Harris presided Angela
ly 1500 cars and trucks operatingin of the county jail awaitingtrial glen.The'quotas; are set by agree- intendent.To this morning at a recessed session announced in a previous issue of

THE CITIZEN'SNext Monroe county they would be in United States court on a, ment of producers and the agreements the south of the barn there criminal court to hear The Citizen.

issued rapidly. charge: of conspiracy' to violate: art; made binding by law. are about 60 men cleaning the pleas of guilty made by two de- TO CONSTRUCT PORCH
That there has been no hasteon the customs laws. removed .
Serial bricks which have been fendants.W. AND OTHER FOR GENERAL
the part of owners to secure He was indicted recently by the :11 GIM N AWARD to'be f
from the streets and are re- G. Bethel entered plea of
\ is evidenced by the records federal grand jury sitting; in Miami I REPAIRS
Story the
tags lines and
b ry placed after the pipe 'guilty to nonsupport of wife and AUCTION SALE
in the office of Tax Collector was arrested yesterday STERLING, 111.- James Cur mains have been installed. minor children. Sentence was -
l I -
$ t Frank II. Ladd which show Deputy United States Marshal, tis of this city was given a verdict Salvaging these bricks, Mr. Bogart suspended and the defendant Tonight At 8:00 O'clock

\, that up until noon today only 65 Ray Bush and sheriff.delivered to th" I for $75 against L. C. Martin I said means a wonderful saving warned by the bench that pro- Daring the week ending today SPECIAL OFFERINGS

'$ by have been issued. Monroe county o whose dog bit him. on the project as but few of vision must be made for his fam-I there were but two building permits LINEN GOODS TableCloths !

them have been found unfit for ily. He was allowed to depart. issued from the office of ', Bridge and Luncheon

David Garth FRI.-SAT. SPECIAL ; SUPPER AND BAZAAR use, and most of them are in good Allan Drown! acknowledgedguilt Building Inspector Harry Baker Set, Scarfs, Etc. l j
the following work
serviceable condition. on a charge of entering authorizing :
STARTING MONDAY. DEC 16 MILK CHOCOLATE and HOXEY Boston Store Bldg.. 614 Duval of the Constructporch and additional FREE PRIZES f
$tt\9t'dm9$ I Auspices Ladies of After an inspection II
J I NOUGAT LAYER activities Mr. sentenced room at 1721 Flagler avenue. I
35c and adjacent
Action Thrills J CAKES, specialMALONEY -_ tlnd k ever First Congregational Church gart initiated the visitor into the' labor, sentence' to date from day Owner, F. 3. Rieker; cost, $500. FRANK JOHNSON
Sate and
: Friday Saturday
I the methods used in of arrest. He will be released on General repairs at 1008 Catherine I
PEACOCKPhone technique of
& WHISKIES AND GINS Colonial Hotel Building
Sapper: 5:00 p. m. Saturday:
L Romance 818 812 Fleming St PRICE ...........-......-- 30 CTS checking up on the different,'I the expiration of the sentence street. Owner Mrs. R.. B.
1 phases of the project. about the last of January. ; Johnson; cost $150.

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DANGER AHEAD ON THE HIGHWAYThat J's ..eseee.e..SSS.e.SS.eseaToday's
Qtbe Scp %rst Often Jl
; l Beauty Dominates Lines of New 1936 Ford V-8 Birthdays Horoscope

Published Daily Except Sunday ByHB eventually automobiles will roll aeseeee.esee.e.a.sse.oee e.eeeessed..............
L*. P. ARTM N. PMfeitfemtJOB into Key West over a continuous, modern Arthur Brisbane of New York Today ftrrniehes more fortunate -
ALLEV AuUtaat ...._ ......e. highway no one doubts. City newspaper editor, columnist, conditions with most of yes-

From The Citizen Building : The Nation will not excise Key born at Buffalo, N. Y., 71 years. terday's power. Life will be surrounded 1
Corner Greene and Ann Ftreeta I
r ago. with more concord, and
-; West as surgeons do a useless appendix.The i- y the disposition will probably be
Only Daily Newspaper In Key Wt and Monroe m
Count,.. I, development of commercial rela- Edward G. Robinson, noted ac- more genial, kindly and sociable.

Entered at Key west Florida. as second class matter tions with Cuba will force, by the logic of tor, born in Rumania, 42 years The pursuits will be ornamental !
) and aetbetic, and possibly re-
ago. may
FIFT1SIXTH TEAR I events, railroad transportation into the : cult in financial success; in any

Member .( tae A._l. ** Pre. 1 United States from the shortest possible Frank White of Chevy Chase! case the life will be pleasant and
the Associated Press Is .ezetusiveii entitled to "use water route. If physical conditions permitted Md., onetime Treasurer of the to & considerable dgree. fortunate.
Ion rcpnblicattofl or alt new. dispatches credited to .
It or not otherwise credited In tb s paper and also we would have a railroad bridgeto United States, born at Stillman
the local news published here.'NATIONAL I Valley I1L, 79 years ago.
Cuba. That being out of the question, ,a sfr "Jeeaee.rttle'e t ea.lag Hoteln

EDITORIAL we will have a railroad bridge reaching as j'. _c Harry M. Warner movie pro- THE SEMINOLE

1( /JJ..!ASSOtCtATIOy 1 far as possible toward Cuba.If z ducer, born in Russia, 54 years:

every vestige of the viaducts were ago. I 4
One Year SUBSCRIPTION___ -$10,00 wiped out, it would not be more than five William iC. Dickerman, president -
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Six "MonthsThree ..-._--m. ....._.__ 5.00
Months 1.1i' I years before a railroad company would be of the American Locomo-
One Month _-_.___..-..-.... .e.5 r x tive Company, born at Bethle- t'i'L
laying its plans to reach Key West and
Weekly ...._. .%0
hem, Pa., 61 years ago. '
ADVERTISING! RATS corral the gold mine of Cuban business. I -.-- I \
lade kaowa on application. And that is why The Citizen will exert Arthur Garfield Hays of New

SPECIAL ROTTUB itself to the utmost to head off any sugges- 3 r York City lawyer, born at Ro-
All reading notices, cards of thank, resolutions of chester N. Y., 54 years ago. 3aek.ln. }lerida
respect, obituary notices, etc. will be charged for at tions that we abandon the viaducts as a 17 it ,t f, CHAS. B. GR' ER. Manager
the rate of 10 cents a line. ;
Notices for entertainments. by churches from whicha railway and devote them to use as a high- Dr. Edward A. Ross of the where A. human will home-tile find year institution...1......
revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. I w. b rt ll f'' j y- University of Wisconsin, sociologist you.. matter -
Let them stand idle it will not be ,r;i t mmf rt e *rt l meat a
i ir
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus! way. ; ; i .
sion of public issues and subjects of local or general ,} born at Virden I1L, 69 years |j of great Importance.A
Interest!. but it will not publish anonymous communications. for long. ''i1 ago. I t steel rtreprwf-. fc.lU... !_*.*
Our investment in the present high- r !. the asset .f tae city

way is sufficiently large to warrant its pro- M. th lrll 1 Dr. Charles S. Macfarland', sec-I I Every Room -with-- S Combination Tn.
retary emeritus of the :; and Shower Bath. Radio, Electrl
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST tection by completing what was so wisely l Council of Churches of Ceiling Fan Slat Door for Summer

ADVOCATED, .BY.. THE. CITIZEN ''America, born in Boston, 69 i J,Mattresses Ventilation.;of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Coin wits
begun.The Lstructkm Rea 4
and Individual > >
years ago. i.
amount required to do this-the Ing Lamps.

1. Water and Set;eragz i i i. difference between the amount required to The Graves district of Bordeaux I RATES ...**
do this and the amount needed produces both red and whitewines. 'rq R..s.. Private Bat __---- SU*
2. Bridges to complete ._ ij to Main- acquireand I ,ao nh'ate Bath _, S.M
T The red ate considered better ; 4.. n_.. Private Bath __ &MfJ4
land. i adapt the viaducts for use as a high- I better R.e... Private Bath ___ &M
the white wines are
ReG_.. Private Bath 4JWCRKKfc
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: way-is insignificant, as amounts go in red under the
: than the
t. Free fort. 't known !Jt.. Gwr. / !" FOR DOCSUlOCCUPAKCT
4. Hotels and'Apartments. these billion dollar days. la this attractive layout of beautiful car and beautiful womanhood, the new 1938 Ford V-8 is indeed strik 'I name of Graves. i t' -.-''', _, :
Neither the railroad nor the highwaycan ing. I. tie upper photograph is seen the new ForJor touring sedan. The lines *f the stylist are combinedto --- 1'
5. Bathing Pavilion. make the most beautiful car Ford ever built. At' the lower left the ease with which ventilation is obtained.
be used as substitutes, one for the is illustrated. At the lower right, attention is ctfljd; particularly: to the beauty: of the on-coming: car, with
6. Airr-.rts-Land end Sea. other. Both have their place in the econ- longer hood, longer rows of louvers, horn set at grt'les! leJcw, "*1.t., fenders with a more" graceful I
7. Con idation of County and City sweep radiator with its drop into a V, new radiator cnmmen and the other details which go to make up the WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL FUND
omy of transportation and before the finished car. The upper photograph brings out the new steel wheels, which: though lighter, are as strong as
I Gov t'nments. transfer of the railroad right of way couldbe those used in 1935. Hub design is particularly euaz. Local Committee for Key West

hoisted over the first hurdles of the --
Date ... .
Politics! What crimes are committedin litigation that would ensue, it would be apparent believes that with the develop-11.days. His visit ,is in connectionwith -

thy name. that we had sacrificed a railroadfor ICEY WEST IN I I ment of the Meacham tract at the the proposed fireproof of!i TO THE EDITOR:
Eastern end of the island the business -'
a highway and delayed if not lost the the county schools and print)
DAYS GONE BY 1 center of the city will have: houses. | Wishing to have a part in perpetuating the
opportunity of securing either. to be moved from Duval street''
:Most persons are eager to learn about To all who are numbered those Happenings Here Just 10 Year 1' and be located at some point''Ii memory of one of our most beloved and useful

business-especially other people's.A Ago Today As Taken From i iI i nearer the Meacham development.| 'Subscribe to The Citizen-20cVeekly. I citizens I enclose herewith my contribution of
working for the salvation of the country'sfarthest The Files Of The Citizen j i .
I at 1 I II .. the Will Rogers Memorial
south on her line of defense we
I 1 I I I The Tug Jim Sid, Captain R. D.' ..Fund. I understand that this gift will be added to
woman is seldom referred to as an commend a careful consideration of these Enthusiasm marked the meetinglast Holmes arrived in port this after-. '
I night of about 75 property KEY WESTCOLONIAL others from Key West and will go without any
old maid until she begins to act like one. factors in our transportation problem. noon and reports having seen the I
owners on Duval street and interested Barge Altahama still drifting! HOTEL l lt deductions whatsoever to the National Fund to be

I citizens. The proposed around in the Gulf of :Mexico also without deduction as the Me-
I expended, any
Friday the Thirteenth. Watch your BUYING. EARLY PAYS White Way for Duval street was after the Tug Gwalia which was In the Center of the Business
the topic of discussion, and Harry morial Committee may determine.
towing the barge sunk. Captain and Theater District i
Step. Though that's +
a lucky day for some
-- I Boyajian, who was selected as
Holmes said the Jim Sid had' the r
people. 1 Once again the people of Key West chairman, held the interest of the Pat Harrison from Key West First Cl. _Ft...profScmibU Name ... .--- ---:- ----
gathering while he outlined the, when he saw the Altahama below Rates
are in the midst of their Christmas buying progress being made toward establishment -' Tampa. He ran alongside the Address -------_.-.-.-...._...---' -' ; .......
The Weather Bureau has been in.existence and the merchants of this country are view- of the modern idea of barge and spoke the captain who Carat Elevate, .

since 1891, but it hasn't improvedthe ing with one another in attracting shop- street lighting which is now being said he had sufficient food and" ] N3 #
adopted by many cities throughout PopcUr Pries
supplies on board to last him and
weather much. The
Citizen has
very pers. repeatedly urged the country. A committee
the crew of 20 men about two 1
the people of this country to trade at home I composed by E. A. Strunk, Paul weeks. The Warbler left Thursday

The people of Key West are a determined and at this time wishes to emphasize the Mesa\ and Joseph WhaltoD, was appointed -,''to. search for the ship and since
to over situation;
go that time other vessels have 1'1"1""llllllli.lIIIIIIII.4TIIIIAIVALUED
unit to fight the abandonment of fact that local buyers can secure prac- I and assist those who intend to",;i to take the search. lefts I
I up
the railroad and its replacement for a high- tically anything they want from the stores cooperate in making arrange-1 1I :I -.
here. I ments. They will also secure the
way. I estimates of cost for installation I'I! Editorial comment: Two hungry I
Meanwhile, let us again urge all, buyers : of equipment and other neces-I I Hungarians arrived in Key West HOLIDAY GIFTS

to start early and make their purchasesas I saries. J JI jin j i a car of bones shipped out of
And ne'er shall the sons of Columbiabe 1 Havana. Perhaps they are "bone
quickly convenient. Besides the
as com- II
slaves while the earth bears a plant or fort of being able to shop leisurely and I Many members of the employes I dry" aliens. o

the sea rolls its waves.-Robert Treat i aggregation of the Hotel La ConJ -- CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREPrices
avoid the last-minute rushes the is ,
buyer I
Payne. cha arrived this morning over! the Radio fans of Key West are
I assured of a better selection in making his : Florida East Coast and.others are I I petitioning Captain Clark D.

purchases. We feel sure that merchantsand expected to arrive tomorrow via I'1! Stearns for four quiet hours every
Dr. Craster of New Jersey renews the their employees will appreciate the Mallory Line. W. P. Chase, manager -!j I evening from 8 to 12 during the I include setting up bat not painted
of the hostelry, who has winter season in order that the I e
old warning about the dangers of kissing.;: I early shoppers and will give them special been in Key West for the past,;f i II operation of the great radid' sta.tion liW.\ GA nn

There are dangers.5llgf}I course,, one of consideration.ONE two weeks said today that he can!I at the naval station may not SINGLE CHAIR ________._._... ..tDJb UU 0
which, in certain cases, is thatf of getting see nothing which will hinder the''i I interfere with radio sets in the _.., ;; l : ,
,, hotel from opening for business 1!city. I
at it. .
caught ,- .
;; REAL AGREEMENTWe about December 20. 1 W DOUBLE CHAIR : "
i I C. Tippy, a visitor in Key West ,, :.

Buy.In Key West and ollars will Baby Reyes Lind his manager was fortunate yesterday in saving .: .$(t j 4 50
your ,
can't tell you how the Naval Con- plan to leave tomorrow eveningfor the lives of two children of Mr. SINGLE ROCKER. ::-, : i -'""- ... ,t.__ .
come back to you: 'SEnd-'t! eirt away from ference Kid Mrs. Dexter who ;'< .
which is taking place in London Miami where he wilt fight and Dorgan were "
home and they are t" ne.' This, we be- will turn out but there seems to be con- Williams in the squared circle'! in danger of drowning while swim- h #- 3.00

lieve, is self-evident, but there are people siderable Monday. The winner of the fight,ming near the former naval air CHILDSCHAIR. .
agreement among the great will meet lUcky Gill of the Paci- : station at Trumbo Island. Mr. ,
who don't believe it. .
powers on one point. fic Coast in Miami December 21. i 1 TiPPy says that one of the children >H 6 50
BENCH .. _
The United States wants a navy From Miami Reyes and his maneger -' was near death when res- LAWN .

Since efforts made to make Kid Indio and Farnet will cued.
are "second to none, Great Britain will continue it 3.50
leave for West Palm Beach where
this a noiseless city which is commend- to "rule the waves." The Japanese fights have been arranged. I t L. Gault, representing the TABLE ,. .

able, and if boondoggling is to be con- have just approved the largest'naval appropriations (t Southern General Fireproof %Comj -

tinued in practice here The Citizen offers in their history Germany is Robert Austin: manager of the j pany, was an arrived yesterday In
Key West Foundation company! Key West for a stay of several FOR YOUR BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORSField
the suggestion to erect a .rine to Ilar- building a new fleet, France is ready to

pocrates, the Egyptian god! of silence, whois meet the combined threat of Germany and --------- Cannon .$ 75 Gunboat _._......---.--$ .?b
represented holding one of his fingers in and Mussolini wants I
Italy a navy capableof Ii Large Cannon 2.50 Bombing Plane ......._..__ .9a
his mouth. With a digit in the buccal ruling the Mediterranean.Just I -
mum's For CHRISTMAS and Heavy Artillery 2.00 Machine Gun _____ 1.25
cavity, the word. how anyone can expect the con- -

ference at London to establish a policy that Ammunition-lOc per tubeS I
All Americans will be thrilled by the will suit these conflicting national aims, r '

following excerpt from a letter by a for- much less effect a reduction in naval' expenditures .' FOR GIRL-DOLLS LOW PRICED TOYS

eignbornl.o hopes to become an American is about the only puzzle'fti't .e'-3. GIVE THEM A SAVINGS ACCOUNT YOUR ,

: "Salute the flag? Surely! Maybe picture. \ .. \ i '-.- '._ FOR MOTHER AND ALL THE FOLKS-VISIT

don't stiffen to attention and mentally recite '- LA -' _, Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Saying!! 1 SELECT YOUR GIFTS. THERE
Account., Start with us for him today for a! pURIBOUND
a litany to her glorious past; but some- hometown'newspaper always TO BE FOUND HERE SOMETHING .,
how I find hat in little as one dollar.. From time to time add to it.
my hand, head up, when stands for the5 good things in any com THAT MEETS A PARTICULAR
When graduation and college come along he will .
Old Glory comes! fluttering down the munity. No worth-while movement I :
succeeds -I, be prepared for them. He will soon learn the J JI lea- 6 GIFT PROB
street. Thi3 flashes] through my mind : without the newspaper'. support. A
i I son that it is not what you earn but what you save i LEMSouth
The right to life liberty and the '
pursuit of worth-while newspaper can accomplish |I 1 I that makes wealth. .
happiness. Translated into the factual much good and usually does but seldom I

language of the day I suppose it really does an individual appreciate it. If news I o oS

means-the right to live if you keep off papers charged for the space they devoteto I The First National Bank of Key West I Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

the highways liberty if you 'know some- boosting a community the publishers i

one' and happiness if you cling to a saving I could soon retire. Yet the publisher pro- Member of the, Federal Reserve N J j PlicteSSS Whit and ET u Streets N

sense of humor. But I salute the flag witha fits no more from community
progress Member of the Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation
thrill. I like this country and flinch: : : a* than does the average citizen.-News- Ii f "Your home is Worthy of the best".lI.I..I'.II'.4T.4l'.I."I".I.1.1"I'.I'.I.1'.I.I.I'

what they are trying to do to it!" I Plain-Dealer, Sparta, Ill. ._-_, _.f \;




LDACE:12,1935: : 7 ,

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I US SPORTS" --. !!ITTODAY'S l WEATHER r]! eeeoeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeoesCLASSIFIED COLMUN

) Lowest Highest Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I
Chapter 4SNEUMAM "Tecia.1 the cried In reproach Station last night last 24 hours Fresh southeast to southwest I .eeeeeeeeee.............
'Aunt Tees I'm proud to be. of
AGAIN yon. Halt Finnish like John. And I Abilene _"._ 34 62 winds over south portion and I PERSONAL

TypOS erected Farley's foolish! hare a name John two names"Two -' Atlanta u._ 38 46 strong easterly winds shifting to r

chart against Ann, shoats ot names" he repeated then ii BY JOVE Boston __ 34 38 northerly over north portion;I STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS
rain with squalls over north por-
"here comes Judge Kellogg yon hare INDIGESTION victims why
String him up the towatd.LeU Buffalo .__ 30 36
tion 1 I
A lot to thank him for.** tonight, mostly cloudy Fri! suffer For quick relief get
tU girt take the taU for him."There I Charleston __ 42 54 I
Anne turned to Ansel Kellogg. day.East I I a free sample of,UDGA a doc
was ,a mad clamor unheeded rp Ton folks want to come into the oeooooooeeeeeeeoeeoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeoeeeoeooFOLLOWING I[f CORNERS BLANKED! Chicago ___ 30 32 Gulf: Fresh southerly to tor's prescription at Gardner's

Slag>> ; of the bailiffs gavel the shouts DJLs office and listen to how we :i 1 Denver 32 54 westerly winds over south portion I I[ Pharmacy.

of deputies. found what we found I" he asked. .1 THROUGHeeeeoooeoooooeeeeooooeooeeo and strong shifting winds and] nor 20-21-22.27.28-29dee4-5-6
I Detroit 26 28
And then Judge Kellogg tamed "Of course." she agreed and ai .*ooOeeoeeoo.oe00 \WILD CATS' OUTFIT Galveston __ 44 58 squalls over north portion' becoming -I)I, 111213xI
Tecla started to back away she northwest or: west and diminishing -)I
and held bla hand. There Instant 1
silence.up was caught her arm. Remember Tecla: Sehmelirtg's arrival complicatesthe knocked off by Joe Louis at a -- j I Havana __ 66 tonight; overcast weath-j| LOST"i

ron're all the mother 1 have now." r heavyweight Situation. The later date this month.It II I Huron _._ 14 44 er tonight rain in north portion 1 i i I .
Your Honor. he said under thettrcu'D1 There were apologies from the German! yearns for a chance to I The Social League played another Jacksonville 52 64 and partly overcast Friday. i,I LOST-Key Ring with seven
.i that the I II t
of tnorder against beg Anne Farnsworthlt Charge State's prosecutor which Anne quickly I regain crown. Two promoters : is reported that the Red Sox shutout game yesterday aft' Kansas City 28 44 i[:, keys. Finder will please notify
Mml8HcL"" stilled. "Ton were doing your want him to sign for bouts. He has bought Jimmie Foxx from the I II ernoon at Bayview Park. This KEY WEST .. 71 75 Box W, Citizen Office.

duty" she said. came here to see Louis fight Athletics and that the Tigers have I time the Wild Cats got the goose !j Little Rock -SO 36 WEATHER CONDITIONS ell-2tx
lt bar Hoer please Hi* And then seated she listened to Uzcudnn and sign a new contract I from the I / Los Angeles 52 70 I I
Al Simmons
purchased: and Water Pickle Adams
trtct eggs
attorney Joined hUb before the John tell his part Louisville 28 36 ;
with Joe
Jacobs. He will returnto Pirates The disturbance that was in BICYCLES
Sox. The .
bat -1 Join In this plea.for dlsmlssJ. "I White the pitcher it I I
." thought from the beginning. Germany Dec. 15. Al Todd, the Philly catcher. The us to give to them.II Miami ......._ 70 78 the western Gulf of Mexico! yesterday i
he said "that the win was queer. It Adams on the mound for the Minneapolis 20 22 I
There was no doubt ot the audience's didn't sound lilcc Luke Farnsworth.He Giants traded Parmelle for Bur- morning has moved north BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
feeling.The district attorney's was a good Judge of human na- Fifteen of the last! 22 major gess Whitehead and Pitcher Dick I Transfer Corner boys allowed I New Orleans 42 54 eastward with increased intensity i:! Hour Day or Week. Repair
league flag winners was produced New York __ 34 46 being central this morning all makes and paint them with
statement'' followed by applause ture. I couldn't understand his placing Coffman from the Brows. The only three hits. The winners I
which the bailiffs straggled manfully such trust In Crocker and Far by this state. 1925, Washington Yanks have obtained Outfielder connected with Jose Russell's) Pensacola 48 66 on the east Gulf coast Pensacola. 'I No-Enamel We carry a full
trained at Tampa 1926, I Pittsburgh: .... 30 34 Fla., 29.54 inches and has caused supply of parts. Agent for the
to pat down.They only succeeded IB ter- Yet every bit of evidence seemed ; Roger Cramer from the Athletics. I slants nine times for safe blows. I
adding to the din. to point out that he had. New York Yankees at St. Peters- St. Louis ._ 30 36 heavy rains along the coast from:'I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles

At last Judge Benson's gavel could before 1 left for the burg; 1927 St. Louis Cardnialsat The Monroe High's basketballteam Joe was wild and walked 13. II { Salt Lake City 36 46 eastern Texas to extreme northwestern -i And sen them as low as |5.00

be beard thumping lustily over the Alaskan trip. Miss Anne gave me an Avon Park; 1928. Yanks at St. has booked two far i i I The final score was 15 to 0. I'Can Francisco 50 62 Florida during the last down and $1.00 per week.
aolte. Quiet descended and the Idea of what had caused the change Pete and Cards at Bradenton; games so 1 I Solomon hit three safely in as;Seattle _.__ 44 56 24 hours, and moderate gales last i i I r Phone 276. J. R. Stowers Co.

Judge formally dismissed the ease in the will. She said that Luktf Farmworth 1929 Athletics at Fort Myers; for Januar 24th. They will Central play! many times at bat. Vaides and j Tampa ____.- 58 72 night at Pensacola. Another disturbance !I novl8-tf
the L. team from
It was a short proceeding much had hurried down here without 1930, Athletics at Fort Myers; Flying Sawyer and Lou Gonzalez for the.! Washington 32 48 is moving in over the 1 l -
shorter than Anne Imagined possible. letting Crocker know what he 1931, Cards at Bradenton; 1932, : School of Fort Lauderdale and Wild Cats also were outstanding j Williston 16 38 northern Rockies, Helena Mont, I|I SALESMAN WANTED
the club will the Mon- i
Suddenly there was a loud crash was doing er.where be was going Athletics at Fort Myers and St. same In the field, Solomon, Lopez !I 29.48 inches; while pressure isi'''
and a chair fell over. Tom Farley then upon finding Crocker here he Louis at Bradenton 1932 Yanksat roe High in Key West on February and Albury for the winners, and I,I I Temperatare.* high over northeastern districts. I MAN WANTED for Rawtetgh

had linen blindi). and was making had hurried back to Portland first St. Pete; 1934. Detroit at 21th. There are a coupleof Papy and Gonzalez for the losi Highest ___...._ __.___74 Buffalo N. Y., 30.32 inches and Route of 800 families. Write

for the nearest door. making sure that Crocker would Lakeland and St. Louis at Bra more games being arranged i I I ers starred. j,I I Lowest _."__'__________71 overt central Texas Abilene 30.10 {I I today. Rawleigh, Dept. FAL116SA -

"Slop him!* shouted Kelloujn.:;, { stay.. denton; 1935. Detroit at Lake- and basketball fans will eee some Score by innings: R. H. E.*''Mean __---::..._73 inches. There have also been I I I Memphis. Tenn.
the warning was not necessary Helloa' "And then while in very good contests this winter. dee -12.19.26
Alaska by land. I Transfer Corner- I I|I Normal Mean 71 moderate to heavy rains on the _
Insistence that every door e pure coincidence I ran Into a sailor 220 082 1-15 9 21; Raiafa; Pacific coast from San Francisco I 1
covered by an officer bad been proved who had happened to overhear part Twelve major }league clubs will Brooklyn wanted to trade Al Wild Cats- I northward, and light snow in por- FOR SALE
correct. Farley ran Into the of of the will Farnsworth I Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins.
arms as was dictating Lopez and Mr. Lopez wanted the
train in Florida next year. They 000 000 0- 036 tions of the Mississippi Val
a tall uniformed it Normal -----07 Ins. upper FOR SALE-1 large Ice Box in
and In to the Precipitation
man. a moment Westport
attorney trade him.
Dodgers to Casey
be was secured-with band are-National League: Boston at Batteries: Adams and ; .Thl rrrord e"vera. ::1.-..... eer1.N.dIaa ley Lake region and New Eng. I good order.. Priced very low.
St. Petersburg, Giants at Pensa. Stengel manager of the Dodgers.say& Joe Russell Arias and Garcia:1 I lit M o'clock late mnmlmf. I land. Temperatures! have risen
cuffs. T happened this way. I L he hen) at I Apply to Cabrera Wholesale
: ater
my in the Mountain I
cola St. Louis at Bradenton, Tomorrow AlmanacSun Rocky States,1
Strangely Farley said nothing at tated. and his face burned to Grocery Inc. dec7-10-12
all. But be a Brooklyn at Clearwater Philadelphia Dayton, I met Pie Tray nor, and I rises _.__.._ 7:03 a. m.! Florida, tho extreme upper Mississippi :
as returned rich
was to his mahogany hue "I carried
chair the fire seemed to die within newspaper picture of Miss Farnsworth a at Winter Haven Cincin- consented to give Al Lopez and SANITARY TEN VS. :J'i Sun sets .._._r...__... 5:40: p. m. Valley and throughoutmost j i FOR RENT

American Danny Taylor, outfielder for .._._...... of the Lake with
him. He looked once at Anne not In my wallet nati at Tampa; League: Moon,, rises 9:13 p. m. region I i
with appeal In his eyes but hatred. "1 happened to ban It out one Yanks at St. Petersburg. Philadelphia Paul Waner and Floyd Young. But FERA BOYS TODAY Moon sets _>.___..-. 9:55 a. m. readings well above normal; while' UPPER .FLOOR, 532 DuvaJ
Be at Ft. Mj-ers Washington at into the situation crawled the Tomorrow's Tide colder weather has overspreadsthe street for
was hurriedly searched for evening the wind whisked It out of office or residence.
weapons, and as Judge Benson adjourned my hand and this sailor caught it Orlando Boston at Sarasota and I Phillies. They offered Al Todd I A.M. P.JI. West Gull States, with temperatures Bungalow 1026( Vareia street,

court two officers hurried for me. St. Louis at West Paalm Beach. their catcher and Traynor was High 12:18 12 to 14 degrees lowerin corner Virginia. Both modern

Anne's worst enemy through the "He looked at It before returning I after Todd for a year. Traynor This afternoon the Sanitary Low '--------..- 6:01 :051 most sections of Texas. conveniences. Apply, J. Aronovitz. .
door which led to the cells. it. then instead ot kidding me. he 'Fourteen minor leagues clubs kicked the Stengel deal into the Department ten will play the Administration -I I Barometer 8 a. m. today.: : G. S. KENNEDY. 1 I 534 Duval street

There was a change In Charlotte became confidential; asked me if I will pitch camp in this state: International -: ash can and gave Grace, a catcher outfit at Bayview I j I Sea level 29.86. Officer in Charge.I II i dec2-6tx
although Anne had no time to observe knew Miss Farnsworth .well and League: Albany at' and a pitcher and 10,000 ber- Park beginning at 4:30 o'clock t i I

It. Charlotte's fury when Kellogg said he knew something he felt he Winter Garden, Toronto at Haines 'I ries for Todd. Casey feels that Tomorrow afternoon the High I], WEATHiRF GIVES PRISONER BIBLEST. j(i LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT -
I 1
took charge had maintained itself should tell but hadn't told because City, Bufalo at Plant City Rochester Gordon Phelps will be a big helpto School team will meet the Sanitary !, -2 bed rooms, eonven-
at white heat through all that he was afraid of getting Into trouble. at Bartow Montreal at the Dodgers and can catch well Department aggregation at (Till 8 p. m., Friday) I I iences, porches. 519 Elizabeth
followed. "He had shipped on a lumber boat. fCissimmee, Newark at Sebring; enough to take Lopez's place. So the same time. I Key West and Vicinity: Rain LOUIS.-Joseph Rio!dan I II !, Street. nov13

But.when she realized that at last which tied up at Westport. They'd American Association: Milwaukeeat Lopez will be sold or traded be- this afternoon and tonight; some{j I of this city had Frank Curran arrested -j I

the game was off when her fellow been at sea quite a while and upon Lake Wales, St. Paul at Arcadia fore many days. MANY DEMERITS what colder tonight; Friday part i for assault and then sent'I I'FURNISHED APARTMENT
plotter was led her getting into he'd I winds him a Bible to read in jaiL I
away sneer was port gone out with Minneapolis at DeLand, ly cloudy; fresh southerly j Modern conveniences, 628
replaced by a curiously sour smile. I his crowd for liquid cheer Columbus at Avon Park; South...I :Mike Jacobs, the promoter of WEST POINT.--General Geo. i shifting to westerly. I I r White street, or call at Gaiti'sBarber
She rose. as It to press through the "He got too drunk to get back ern Association Chattanooga at : the Joe Louis-Gasanajra fight at A. Custer when a cadet in this 1 Florida: Rain this afternoonand Light waves are of different'' Shop nov12

Crowd to Anne. But the crush was aboard so his companions had decided Sanforf Nashville at Tallahassee Havana has sold 3,000 tickets to city received 812 demerits, only tonight; somewhat colder to lengths depending on color of the,i
too great and perhaps she had not to dip him in that stream 23 short of the number The thoseof
Atlanta at Ft. Lauderdale. i the Cuban army. which night in north and west portions; light. longest waves are NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT
yet- fully determined! upon her course. which runs along underneath the three meant dismissal. He committed ''Friday mostly cloudy slightly red light, and the shortest with garage. Apply 821
There at least
She left the room with the air ot houses built off the main are more
street of 453 offenses. 1
.cooler in southeast portion. those of violet i Duval street oct19
one hurriedly casting up her re Westport. minor league clubs that are look I Within the next few days the I t I

sources. anxious to change her plan. "He'd half way sobered enough to ing over the: state for a training 1 baseball sales and exchanges will -- -

and not quite sore what to do at the break away from his friends and, camp. I begin. The Chicago White Sox
moment. while wandering along; under the pilings will ship Al' Simmons and Mule

She was' a grim and an unlovely of these buildings had come to Joe Louis i is the heavy choice to 1 Haas to the Tigers. The Tigers -.
picture as she disappeared throughthe some stairs beat p uino.! Uzenden was bornat will ship Gerald Walker and

big double doors which led to the "He went up these found a landing Regil Gipnzvca, Spain, on May i Auker to the White Sox. Then

Corridor. where It was warm and lay 3. 1899. Joe Loris: who appeared the Sox will trade Walker and FIRMS !
Sharlee followed-alone. Sharlee down and went to sleep. on a cotton plantation 15 years Wyatt to the Browns' in exchangefor
bad watched events'with bewilderment "He was awakened by stomping and 10 days later, will meet him Sam West. The White Sox

and when at last the Judge dismissed feet lIe stood up and peered throughthe i i- a 15-round boat at the Garden I will then transfer Tietce, a pitcher -

the Charge against Anne al- glass-topped door into the Inner tomorrow night Friday the 13th to Washington for Whitehead
lowed her face to fall Into an es.pression room of what he found was a doctor's
before a capacity crowd of 19- another pitcher. \Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
of ludicrous puzzlement office. He saw a crowd of men who 000. I

were carrying an injured man in. The boys who play with the
said to Rob. He did "They laid him the table
something on and
SHE Fine Cuban eenoritas already Lopez Funeral Home diamondball
answer. She snjggled against went out leaving the doctor and his
have sued the ten will dance the
lazy Gastana Spanish spnosor a at
him. trying to win the protection of wife, a trained nurse, there.
heavy, who will get his block Cuban Club tomorrow night. Star American Coffee
his arm. He ignored ber. Sharlee John stopped and smiled. JOHN c. R 0 S
represented the second unsuccessful "This is only a summary of what 'I. _. --- --- __ NOW OFFERED IN 1FT'S
attempt on his part to control the the man told me," he said. "This
Farnsworth fortune. whole thing made tremendous THREE GRADES:
She represented a !Impression I' FLORAL PIECES A
nothing more. on him sort of his big moment 328 SIMONTON ST
Only Anne seemed calm pols cL PROOF READING CONTEST STAR, Ib., 25e SPECIALTY

She was that because she wasn't "But from his manner and appear LARGO Ib. 1& 1101 Divtdon Street
Quite sure what had happened. ance I felt sure that what he was say I; P L U M BIN G '
"You're free my dear and I'm so ing was true even though he talked v. & s., Ib., 15e and VINES PHONE 29
happy." The matron bent over her around and around the bush and insisted Name.________.________..._____ a. ''
and patted her en the Shoulder and on telling how he felt and a ROASTED IN KEY WEST

Anne. reaching up pressed the band. what he felt and all that sort of I. Address : nURO PUMPS SOUTH FLORIDA Staple and Fancy

"You've been ao good to me." she thing. a Crocenes
whispered "1 know I owe life to "He was evidently an honest a
'pour quick thought that night. and one to be believed. And beseemed S .;. ,.. Compie e.Une Fresh
Anne looked back towards the very glad to be able te tell r. 512 Greene Street '
courtroom. John and Tecla stood at the whole story to someone.* John e PHONE 348 '. Fruits and Vegetables
Phone -"256 PHONE 597
the railing, waning a sign for themto blushed again. "1 guess he could tell ---0 ee ,
enter. She smiled at them and that 1 was pretty much Interested

they came la.Tecla.shyly,John with from the way I acted and from the
queer uncertainty tact that I had the picture- ndeverything. SELECT SEA FOODSREAD- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

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band in both of hers."rm so anxiousto "I'm sore he could."Judge Kellogg :: THE KEY WEST
know how It all happened. All I Interjected."But I suppose you'd better Yellowtail Steak. 2 A .

do know right how Is that ron found get along with the story. It's a Yellowtail .e Bo.. 2 0... 25c Office: 319 Duval Street

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persons interested in forming Business Office Citizen Boer ___ lie

BE ORGANIZED, such a club are invited to attend Over 500 Different Samples To Select From LOWE FISH COMPANY Building COMPANY' Sbi Dia..... a.--
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club to be affiliated with{ the National and a paper will bo cent to C..tWSP Served Any Style and Der

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take place tonight when a meet For Distinctive: Cards, Call at or Phone part of eitT.
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to start at 8 o'clock. I NIce Juicy SteWtiieia
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Our deepest appreciation is extended

:-: SOCIETY : -: UNIJSUALREQUFST ,I (By Awelate4 -...) SALE AND SUPPER I AnniversariesA the to beautiful friends floral and offerings neighborsfor RICHARDSON'SGROCERY

.................................................. LONDON, Dee. 12.-some 16- ... expressions of sympathy and to
000 English citizens, or 13 out of (
c.1 .
i 1745-John Jay New York those who gave the use of their
Christmas Service To Four years ago Rev. John every 100 applicants, failed in the A supper and bazaar will be I bereave-1
Vespers lawyer cars during our recent
Gekeler, pastor of the First Pres- compulsory driving tests for given by the First Congregational -!(.I Revolutionary patriot our'' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ment the illness
( death
and of
diplomat abroad in behalf
of the
Church, preached a dramatic would-be motorists since i
Be Conducted Sunday A.fternoonl sermon on Dicken's A These figures are part of a new Church in the building formerly : new country, first Chief Justice beloved one, William Sweeney.We ROM Milk 5 can _.-..m.. 49*
occupied by The Boston Store, of the U. S. assure one and all that their
Christmas CaroL burst of statistics by England's] I Supreme Court governor Magnolia Milk .___.--__...IK
Arrangements have been com- "Jingle Bells," "Merry Merry Just recently he was requested zealous minister of transport Leslie -f 614 Duval street. Sale will be : born in New York City kindness will never be forgotten. Cream 6 can __ 40c and 44*
Christ- Christmas," "0 Come AU Ye jto repeat the sermon during theChristinas' Hore-Belisha in evidence of held all day Friday and Saturday, DiedjMay! 17, I829a. ,: decl2-lt THE .
pleted for ,the impressive I Batter, ft/*._._.__._....... 36c
iftas Vespers' Sunday afternoon Children, "Once Unto the Shepherds } __ 'season;"it'is-etated_ ?"::' improved motoring conditions.The and the supper served starting at
II 1878, born at Theresa N. Y. ....
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to beheld in the high "Luther's Cradle Hymn' At, next Sunday evening'sservice 16,000 who tried, and 5:00 p. In. Saturday. -.I 1806-Isaac Leeser, Philadel-1 Died Sept. 28 1911. Sugar, 5 *
-6th Grade Group, under direc- this phia's Jewish Rabbi 'scholar and S 11... 2Sc _J 3SCruco
school auditorium 6 o'clock by the pastor will, use l'ailed. would have been behind: Ladies of the church have *.
the High School Music Department tion of Mrs. Robert Dopp. greatest: of Dickens .stories, as the wheels of automobiles, with pared two menus, Florida'Lobstersalad pr-i. editor. pioneer in Orthodox Jew- 3 lb*. ____n.. 6O

under the direction of MissEd "It Came Upon the Midnight the basis of his sermon. resultant danger to life and prop and baked ham and, potatp.tjsh. life here born in Germany. 1863- John William Shaw, Roman Lard, 2 n... __...- 29<

a Smith, head of the department Clear," Willis; "The Birthday Ofa .. erty, were the driving tests non-,; salad. Beautiful items suitabt I,Aid>, i'eb" .' 1, 1868._ Catholic archbishop of New Maxwell House Coffee, It 29c

assisted by Mrs. Robert King," Neidljnger High S SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS o existent Mr. Hore-Belisha pointedout. ,i for Christmas gifts will be offer;;ln.818Robert- Orleans, born at Mobile Ala. Tomatoes, 6 cans 294

Dopp. School Boys' Glee Club. COMING EVENTS'SSs.s ed. )!} and New S.York Newton eclectic, Cincinnati -,i I Died in New Orleans, Nov. 2, Royal Jello, 4 pkg*. _...-.... 22:
Technical arrangements, at The Christmas Story Luke .....SSSS555555555 i i.SS !
mosphere and religious symbols 2:8-20-.lames Moore. PLAQUE PLACED ON I ..................... physician-surgeon and editor,'i 1934. Gibb Catsup, large 13c
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12 born i Peaches 16e
and executed by in Gallipolis. Ohio. Died in 2J$ size
were designed LaCagnini and William "Beautiful Song of Christmas," I Monroe "Sweet Surrender"with HOUSE IN ENGLAND Today In History New York City, Oct. 9, 1881. Pears. 2H sir.---i ...... 17c
Henry 1882-William N. Doak Virginian
Hoffman of the WPA art- Wilson; "There Were School Shepherds, Jack Dempsey and Abe Ly- I I 15.5.5555555..5.....: I Secretary of Labor, under- Potatoes, 10 lbs. _._.._....... 28c
and will be of, Miles-Sr. High Glee 'man's Californians. Also "To. (It? AvMrlatrd I'rr.s) 1821-Gustave Flaubert Frenehnovelist. .__..... 25cStriae
ists scetion, one Hoover, labor leader, born in Fancy Cora, 2 cans
Club. gether We Live." SOUTHAMPTON Eng.. Dec. 1776-The neighborhood of born. Died 8,
the most impressive scenic dressings -: I May Wythe Co.. Va. Died Oct. 23, Beans 2 cans _._.. 2Sc
Interlude "The of 12.-The of the late "Law-I I Philadelphia having become the
ever seen in Key West it is : Approach Palace "Range "Warfare"with family 1880. 193S. Ritz Crackers .._ 14c and 23Ovaltine
I Day" Trinkaus-Violin, Nicholas Reb Russell. rence of Arabia," AircraftsmanT. seat of war, Continental Con- small .__m_..... 354
said.At this service there will be no I Goshorn; Clarinet, Hector Bar- Yacht Basin-Afternoon.: Free E. Shaw as he was known after, gress adjourned to Baltimore. 1836--Sarah B. I. Cooper of Whole Kernel Cora, 3 cans 2Se

offertory. Those who attend are I rosso; Piano, Marguerite Gos- swimming and diving instructions. changing his name by deed poll, San Francisco philanthropist: FLYwith Salt, 3 pkg ___.__.... 10e
to refrain Pena's Place-1:30-5:30 P. ),1. have had a memorial plaque placed I I 1787 Pennsylvania ratified ,founder of kindergartens, born Sani-Flasa, can _"'_-._ 23e
particularly requested of the solos, horn.Cantata: "The Child Jesus"50 The cocktail hour. on a tiny house here where he ythe, Constitution-second State to at Cazenovia. N. .Y.. Died Dec. I the- Crab Meat can _..__... 3Sc
from applauding any I _.__..... Ik
instrumental the boys and girls of the Junior Stowers Pl.rk-4 P. )I. Jun- once lived. ':, eo. 11, 1896. PAN AMERICAN PLANE Tnna Fisb. can
vocal or or en- Lax Toilet Soap, 3 bars .. 20*
semble numbers. High School Chorus. ior diamondbail game. The house is in a district favored -I I .. No Change In Rates
.. ______ 17e
Following is the complete program Recessional: "Father Again to Bayview Park-Social League by vaudeville actors.. Shaw I I 1800-Washington, D. C., became -; 1845-Byron A. Brooks, New Make Reservations by Phone Rinse Lifebuoy 2 pkg Soap, 3 bars"...". 20c
Dear Name"CongregationSing diamondbail\ 4:30 P. M.\ rented the pemanent home of gov-: York City teacher-principal who -
Thy game. a back room. : i Telephone 620
: I I '' Malted Milk It. .. _.:_.... 35d
Prelude: "Sing, Oh Sing, This (seated). Sanitary Department vs. Admin- His former landlady, :Mrs. ,,ernment. patented a workable typewriter Regular Planes, Miami-Key -
Blessed Morn," Bernard-arches- l' Father, again to Thy dear istration. Fanny Hatcher readily agreed to 1 I West Airways Inc. All Kinds of Fruit and Vegetable -
; ; ; }M 1901-Marconi .signalled the and Cuban: fillies
tra. Name we raise accept the gold-lettered plaque'which MONROE THEATER I T1I..Wed..Fri.RATE.. .
Processional "0 CoIAlI: Ye I''. With one accord our parting FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 reads \I letter "S" from England to New-! Frank5.Parker-Helen RATE ONE WAY, $7.50

Faithful Congregation -Sing' hymn of praise; Monroe "Sweet Surrender"and "In this house lived T. E. Shaw,I I foundland-listening in at St.j SWEET Lynd in I Leave Key West 4 p. m., 'JVf Phone 6S8-R Free Delivery
stand bless Thee I John's, N. F.. he picked up the : 'SURRENDER Eaton and Elisabeth Streets .
(seated). We to ere "East of Java. Lawrence of Arabia; July, 1933- Ben Lyon-Sheila: Manners in rive Miami 5:20 p. m.
t r f-' eur worship cease; Palace Warfare." November, 1934." I first radio signal radiated by opI -F Fast Comfortable Safe
1 Oh, come, all ye: {faithful,. joyful -"Range TOGETHER WE LIVE ,
and tri triufophanC( r. 'Then. lowly kneeling wait Pena's Place-4:30-5:30 P. M. I erators at Poldhu. on the .south
west tip of England. Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orches I
Oh, come ye, bhi comVye to 'I' Thy word of peace. The cocktail horr. I .
tra, Night IS2ScYou'll
Bethlehem; High hoo1-7:30 P. M. Basketball -
Come and behold' flhn' born 2 Grant us Thy peace upon our Busy Bees vs. WPA. i 1910-Disappearance of Doro-I
; thy Arnold i in New York City.
homeward High .
the King of angels. way; Park vs. School.
With Thee began, with Thee Stowers Park-4:00 P. M. Jun-
: 1930-Last 'French and Bel-' Save If You Order Our .
shall end the
Chorus: day; ior diamondball game. By ANN PAGENEW .
Guard Thou the lips from sin, Cuban 13 dance. gian troops of occupation evacu- Fine High GradeFOODS :
Oh come, let PS adore Him, ( Club-Lucky '
vegetables hare begun
Oh come let us adore Him the hearts from shame. Two prizes. One for waltz and one be crop harvested in Florida. Cali- ated the Saar. FA U' -

Oh come. let us adore Him, That in this house have called for fox trot. Four good numbersfor fornia and Texas, three states which
supply winter vegetables to the rest of CARD OF THANKSTo i
Christ the Lord. upon Thy name. floor 5how.SATURDAY. the country. Naturally this produce '
cost more than home-grown staff bat i f Day after day our foods are GASHPOTATOES GRQ'. E :)f
i i. reasonable in most instances. A the many friends who were ,
in 3 Grant us Thy peace. DECEMBER 14
2 Sing, choirs of angels, sing frost in Florida hit the string beans solicitous and kind during the consistently finer in quality -- -
exultation. thru the coming night; ; Monroe "Broadway :Melodyof pretty badly so that they are high this hours of the and lower in price. Why shop
sorrow following
Sing, all citizens: of heav'n Turn Thou for us its darkness 1936" with Jack Benny and year much as they were last.

above ye; into light; Eleanor Powell. Tangerines abundant,and oranges low in and price.grapefruitare Meats. death of our loved* one, Annis Al- I around when it's all to your 10 Ibs. ? .. .... .... ---. 25c
harm and danger keep bury, to those who'sent beautiful I I I advantage to trade here!
From fish and
in the poultry continue firm.
Glory to God highest. Palace-"Accent: on Youth"'wilh Egg
florals, and offered the use } CRISCO lb. Can 20c l'/2' lb. Can 29c
Thy children free Herbert prices hare apparently passed their ofl I I ; ;

3 Yea Lord we greet Thee. For dark and light are both Marshal.Sylvia Sydneyand high prices peak are still while rising.wholesale butter cars, we extend thanks. We are I II ARCHER'S 3 lb. Can ................._......___..................-_. 58c

born this happy morning;I alike to Thee. i Pena's Place-1:30-5:30 P. M. Fruit vegetable, fish and dairy food also grateful to the Pritchard PREMIER FANCY TINY PEAS No. 2
prices at this reason are largely I de- Funeral Home. ,
Jesus to Thee be glory giv'n;: Response: "Silent 'Night. I The cocktail hour. GROCERY"The
Word of the Father now in i Postlude: "Christmas Cheer"- Duval Street-7:00 until 9:30 pendent Here are on weather three menus conditions.planned to decl2-lt THE FAMILY.\ Can----------------_......-...._..-..-_............. 20c
I Orchestra. I suit small, medium and generous food Store That Serves GIBBS VEGETABLES CARROTS
flesh appearing. P__.}I., The Promenade. budgets. ,
Cuban lub-J:30: P. M. John- Low Cost Dinner A Three Days' CoughIs You Best- !VEGETABLE SOUP, MIXED\

ny Pritchard's second week-end Round Steak Minute Style Your All Competition Met With VEGETABLES, KIDNEY BEANS,
To Be
Arrange Christmas Play dance. with Onions
I Raul's-10:00 P. M. The Recreation Hashed Potatoes Buttered Beet Low Prices and High Quality. DRIED PEAS, LIMA BEANS/TO

Given Here CJn Friday Evening Department's Benefit Bread Tapioca and Cream Butter you No have matter tried how for your many cough medicines,chest ONE STOP SERVICE MATOES, all at, Can .......................... 5c

f Dance. Dell Woods' Orchestra.. Tea or Coffee Milk cold get relief or bronchial now with Irritation Creomulsion.,you can KINGHAMS\ CORNED BEER HASH,

."Santa Claus Visits Mother Simple Simon-Robert Richard Football Bayview Park--2:00. P. M. Medium Cost Dinner Serious trouble may be brewing and I Dressed Poultry lb. Can .....__u......-._.-............................. 15c
game. : cannot afford to take
Goose Land," a Christmas play, son.Spirit 1 Pena's Place...;...iotfO P. }I. Braised Carrots Chuck Rout Cauliflower with Potatoes with: anything less than Fish Turtle OUR :MOTHER'S COCOA, 2 lb. Can .....- 25c

will be given tomorrow night at Curry. of Christmas-Delia Mae Dancing. .and :the. best'. mixed Tangerine Bread Cream aad Butter Padding of stonj the which trouble goes to right aid to CreomuI-1 Fruits. Vegetables OUR MOTHER'S CHOCOLATE, / lb.

the Division Street School at 7 St. Joseph-Amilio Blanco, jr. drinks.Bayview .Park 2, *-l\i."tooi-\ ; Tea or Coffee Milk soothe br&nes and as the heal germ-laden the Inflamed phlegmIs mem- I Meats Products Size ...................:........-.............-._.....-.-.....,.. lOc
o'clock. Most of the children ploria. Roche. :. '. Dairy
Virgin Mary- ball'game': '. ; Very Special Dinners loosened and expelled.
:."Manuel. Afay6n Even U other remedies have All Kinds of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
taking part are in the first grades, Shepherds s Pineapple. Juice J Phone Fr. Delivery ,
with a few from several other Bonny Rivero; Carlos Go1n s... : SUNDAY DECEMBER 15Navy Fried Chicken Yam and Banana failed dont authorized be discouraged to guarantee, your 67. Fruit Cakes, Crystalized Fruits, Etc.
Dah'ielBosa Creamed Celery and Onion
grades. 'Kings--Ronald Keister, Yard-1.:00 P. M.\ Swim- Mixed Salad Creomiilsion and to refund 814 Fleming. Street .
with Packer and Streets Old Location) Phone 4S
The following is the cast: Leonard Rickerson. ruing. > Roll.and Butter money,if you are not satisfied [ Virginia (
Santa Claus George Moss.\ Angels-Rose Marie Shanahan, Orange Souffle Hard Sauce I results from the very first bottle. ,I
Navy Ball Field-3:00 'P. M. Cow.. I Get CreomnlsloTi right now. (Adv.) j I
Mother Goose-Clementina del Nathalie Bethel Florence Russell Baseball game.

Pino. '-it: Shirley Tift Eola Almyda

Son Jack-Jack Holsemback. Fleta Ray. FALLS AND BREAKS NECK

Mother Hubbard Florence Chorus: TERRY WILLETT'SFIST I'CONNECTED'
Mitchell. Joe Young, Sony Hind, Leslie FEEKINGHAM Eng. Mrs. j : \

Tommy Tucker-Walter Thomp- Tift, Curtis Wiggins Joe Gon- Elizabeth Corey of this city trip- '

zales, Evelio Cardenas, Albert ped over her long skirt and broke
son.Bo Peep-Beverly Cruickshank.Old Cruz Oscar Cruz. Caesar Davillo, her neck.
Woman Who Lived in a I Jack Knowles Hector Moreno.

Shoe-Evelina Carey. I Tony Roche Luizilo Santana. TITLE I

Miss Muffet-Rose Marie 'Val- Rondall Valdez. Francisco Moreno --

deS Sergio Valdez. Claude Valdez ORDINANCE NO. 319.COUNCIL. 1 i
Jack lIorner-M.-rdi Mqra. I Adolphus Lastres. Gilbert SERIESAN f

Boy Blue-Kennetti'tJar' ;en. Torres, L. C. Taylor. Dalbert ORDINANCE PROVIDING s w. cc' f ,- -
: Robert Arvelo Velma -and when thatJhSpp&ftdiuiually! "
Mistress l\fary'-Eliz.bHh'\ 1 Bethel, FOR THE COLLECTION a

Gardner. CateS, Shirley Lones. Edna Mae OF LICENSES ON S .
Jack Spratt and His[ Wife-: Gomez Rosalie Camalier. Es- CERTAIN TYPES OF COIN w :rr 4 man hit the'floor, :.:

Norman Brown and Tonita,* Iii' peranza Alayon Gractlia Estevez OPERATING DEVICES; TO
Jack and :Jill, -Jack..Currietand; ; Estelle Martinez. Oljra Perez REGULATE THE OPERATION I ; This time i it was, the floorf the

Geraldine Jaycocks. I} Rose Mary Richardson. Betty Lou THEREOF, TO DES- ; r '

Lucky Locket-Louise Lastres. I I Demeritt and Rose Valdes. IGNATE FOR THE THE PENALTIES VIOLA- I k3& Y.1 1 .'rK Coliseo,tough spot of smelly, tropical

..........SS............ TION OF THE PROVISIONS I Propionoire-sun-baked Propionoire

For Tea Sunday I POTALMMIONClifford Passed by City Council on first -- I where sweating natives loaded greatsteamers
reading, December 4, 1935. :
.......5555..5555555555. Passed by City Council on second ',? t .......
Members ;the Key West Hospitality with coffee where engineerslike
G. Hicks, head of the reading: December 11, 1935.Pa .
League are completing WPA purchasing department, ',std by City Council on third .
arrangements for the invitation f left yesterday afternoon by planeon and final reading, December 11, Fr 4 = J Terry schemed new and daring

visitors tea to be held in Hospitality a business visit in Miami.: 1935.WILLIAM '

House on Duval street ,...-..- A. FREEMAN, ways to haul it through the jungles.

Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 John Key, port steward of the President Pro-Tern, City Council.

o'clock.As P. and O. S. S. Company, who was Attest: I In a place like that you had to fightandTerryashandywithhis1istsu
this is the first of a seriesof in Key West for a visit with his WALLACE FINDER, -?.\ J "'

events to be arranged for the family, left yesterday afternoonfor City Clerk, i l a -
coming season, all of which will.i' headquarters in Miami\ Approved: 4... 1 4C
be for the entertainment of win-i JAMES S. ROBERTS. I )

ter visitors it is particularly requested -} William Doughtry, cashier of Acting Mayof of the .Ci,ity PC Ff7 with blueprints,was never one to hold
those in West. decl2-lt:: r
charge than, the P. and O. S. S. Company, left '
and the others in
all members of the league arrange St .- erry _
,] on the afternoon plane yesterdayfor Man never becomes absolutely
to be present. 1 __
a short visit. with relatives in useless until after he begins muttering .-

Miami. : What's the use. YJa I !'sf
Room RepresentativesWill I I

Meet Tomorrow Lieutenant Wm. Klaus U. S.f!
t N., officer in charge of the naval PALACE

Regular monthly- meeting of t; station, and Mrs. Klaus, left by I! Reb Russell in NEVER MIND THE LADY :
Miami to
Room Representatives of Key* plane yesterday for remain RANGE WARFARESerial

West Junior-Senior High School during the air races. I and Comedy

will 3 be o'clock held at tomorrow the home'afternoonat of Mrs.1 weekly.Subscribe to The Citizen-20c Matiaee: 5-1 Oc; Night: 10-15c O.-c\;: : by David Garth '_ _

rtreet Lewis Pierce. 417 Elizabeth: I sTh t.C BER 16 *1.A turbulent serial story of romance and adventure Mann: -wjth,.. color;
A large attendance expectedat I BENJAMIN LOPEZ -.. fumbling over it self.with, action; ,. .
this meeting as'" much businessof -- ; FUNERAL HOMEServing
importance is scheduled to bej i i WAVES I
Key West

transacted.A I two for Permanents gg.QQ t I i Half Ceotary THE CITIZEN'S. NEW SERIAL -, .j:"
: 24 Hoar Aatbalance Service
hick town i In where press reports -!: Batter Wave. $5.00 and .p Licenced Embalmer .
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xml resolution
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The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
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xml resolution
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xml resolution

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