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 14, 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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C Dec. 14. finding the error,
Being DiscussedBy clip a coupon from tbe ROOSEVELT THANKS
Because religion is more important paper noon For Miami Taking
to them than government and thereon write the an MISS PARKER FOR
the idea in view of bet- swer. Place the coupon in (!Special to Tit. Citizen) seems to us we have been

HERBERT YAHRAES Dare hold county their meetIngs commissioners -- tering conditions in Key West and an envelope addressed to ORLANDO, Dec. 14.-Florida I I angling where it is half fish and MELON AND LIMES Train Enroute To Different -

(Associated Press Staff Writer) I on a different date from to safeguard the interests of I Puzzle Editor, Key West annually spends millions of dollars half water" was the remark made SectionsAfter

Oratorical winds swept the Citizen and present at tow unnecessarily in the importa- Miss Mollie Parker has
the other 99 counties of the workingmen' insofar as Is possible, by E. S. Wittenbel of New Rochelle received
office between 8 and 11 another letter from
tion that
of food
country this year, filled the air state. a group of citizens met last nightin o'clock Monday morning, December products mightbe N. Y., who with three com Washington, extending
AH other commissioners within the state's boundaries appreciation
with politics, left John Smith meet the first Monday ia' city hall to outline a programof 16. panions just completed an angling I for the water being weather bound for
procedcre and select membersof While the puzzle solvers W. B. Bishop, speaker of melon and limes
every month. When Manteowas .jaunt of several days. Ji sent to several days and deprived of the
dazed. selected as county seat a standing committee.It of whom there are many will the 1235 Florida house of repre-I i The party arrived at Big Pine! Warm Springs, Ga., for the
not find it as difficult to sentatives, said here. president's Thanksgiving dilner. : sport of fishing, Mr. and Mrs. A.
in however, the only those
1871 by
All be could be certain of- was mutually agreed Key December 9, made reservations -
solve this teaser today as Bishop, successful farmer in \ The letter reads:
way for many commissioners attending that among them were a T. Heath and pest, J. Shirley
Inn with
at Big and
and here a, bullet, not a speech, that of several days ago, it "White House
to reach the town was by north Florida, made his state
,sailboat. In order to reach men admirably adapted for will however, require some ,the other members of the party.j "My Dear Miss Parker: Riley, forming a party on the
did the trick-was that Huey P. committee members and those thought and ment in an address before the "The
Manteo by Monday, it would Ingenuity, to I which included Erich Von Rich president wants metell Yacht Floralina, off Tortugas, de

Long was out of the picture. have been necessary to leave selected and agreeing to be active find the correct solution.DEMOCRATIC Orlando Jarior Chamber of Com- i tern, of %New Rochelle; Ralph TeI ;- you how much he appreciates
The address broad- thought of tided to give their trip until
merce. was your ap
home the committeewere
and spend members of
Since 1935 marked the third 4'I'I'.I.I.I'.4T.1..8 I briner Washington; August him in sending the watermelon *
cast and made
Sunday on the waters--thus over radio was as I after the holidays.It .
: Probst, Englewood, N. J., started
I and box of limes. It
the definitely pott-honey missing church services. Carl Bervaldi, chairman of the part of a tour he is making of
year from boats the .
Key. too for the Flora.liaa
Florida in near was more than kind of yon. was rough
the interest of
So the Dare county commissioners county commissioners, chairman; CLUB greater They caught kingfish, mackeri., Your,
"Very Sincerely
period, of an administration production and improved
moon quality
set Tuesday after I Attorney T. S. Caro, secretary; I I muttonfish, yellowtail, barracuda, "M. A. LeHAND to attempt the trip to her
of Florida-consumed
whose recocvery and reform the first Monday of every City Councilman. Marcos P. Mesa,I BY YOUNG MEN TO "Not only Co Floridians many jack and other varieties Prirate Secretary." home port at Fort Myers so tao
month their meeting i
as Sr., George Parks business man; (: which are being found in great "Miss Mollie M. Parker
measures did not suit everybody, time.rl1"1.l1.lI". Turner and Luis Avalo, millions of dollars of foodstuffs i next: best thing was to make Key-
Lykes I
for importation: but generally quantities in the waters adjac-nt -First National Bank Build.

and since it was the springboardfor workers on WPA projects. BE FORMED HERE they pay much higher prices for:i i to the Key. **r. I West. To do this a plaae waaece..ary. ,
It was announced that. the i On December 13 the decided "
I the party : "Key West, Fla.
a presidential campaign, John workers will be called in meetingnext I Bishop same said.quality of products, I they had found the grpest and arrangements wcr-

Smith was not surprised to find FERNANDEZ AND Thursday night at 8 o'clock!I' FIRST MEETING IN INTERESTOF [. He cited comparative figures,i iI spot in the world for expert ". .I'I' .4T..IT..4T 1.# made for the Pan American plan.arriving :
house when
in the court :
anglers to try their skill and had
based for .
on gvoernment reports yesterday to make
a -
ndisgnised politics written largeon I BORGES LOCATED the aims of the committee will be i PROPOSED ORGANIZATION I I I the year 1934._to illustrate his., become tired with the spor' It, MANY MORE MEN special

the American scene. explained! o detail.ATTORNEY. I; TO BE CONDUCTEDON point. was then that Mr. Wittenbel lade! trip to bring the party.In .

The stat, he said, produced the remark about there being as the
morning a message v.":
For a time he found himself WITH AIR BASELETTER ALBURY TUESDAY EVENING 162,800,000 pounds of beef in the much fish as water. TO BE EMPLOYED sent via'radiophone from 1tngas -

amid the blood and thunder of year, with market value of only The party left for the north
$8,302.800 but imported 68- the same evening, Mr. W I, to the local lighthouse dt-1 1partment
old-fashioned politics. RECEIVED FROM MIAMI WILL\ VISIT KEYS: Plans are now being formulated 500,000 adiitional pounds at the i saying that when he alter the I i asking that the pan

Hugh Johnson former NRA ad for the organization of a much higher total cost of $10- i next meeting of the New York i: be sent i immediately upon aria..

ministrator. Senator Long and TELLS OF POSITIONS i 500,000. II Anglers' Club, of which he is This was transmitted to M..
Young Men's Democratic Club in i -
Father Charles E. Coughlin, radio TO DISCUSS MATTERS ABOUT I I "Florida's 81,000,000 poundsof chairman, he will report on haying THAN HALF HUNDRED!
NOVtf HELD BY THESE: TWO Monroe County. Great interest I i found the : Betty MatMiey ia charge of t '
priest, engaging in a politico- I pork had a market value of ". greatest fishing THAT WERE ENGAGED IN
HIGHWAY WITH KEY LAR.I I has been manifested the waters in the world and make I Pan American offices.
KEY WEST BOYS over $5,022,000, he went on, "but the i arrangements I'
economic debate, slammed out
idea and a large number of inquiries -I I 59,000,000 imported pounds hada to return in January, OPERATIONS ON KEYS TO I As sown as powibie after u.<-
sizzling phrases reminiscent of I and applications for i membership greater cash value. ..t accompanied by Mrs. Wittenbel, BE PLACED HERE I arrival of the plan it was .:l-

the days when politicians oratedin "As fro poultry, the state produced and a large group of club mem patched to To..wcThe tt i
Mentioned in a letter receivedby has already been made, I 'iJ
the glow of red fire torches. I only little more than half bers. -
The Citizen from the Pan- Attorney William V. Albury I it is stated.In the amount imported-8,124,000 I I was made in exccfloit time g,1< n-, .
American Airways System in Miami -. will leave over the highway tomorrow the past years there have pounds as against; 14,500,000 Approximately three seere down, in the teeth of a stioi..:

pied pipers, Johnson I is Joe G. Fernandez and Nilo morning on a business! been similar organizations form pounds from the outside! but the i S. F. WHALTON Key West citizens will be added westerly wied. On the return t ,

termed Long and Cooghlin, "pub- C. two West iiit to KeylLargo to discuss with ed here but it is pointed out that I native proJnct bad a value of to the cars operating on the plane left at 2:02 o'clock an,. ... -
lie enemies number one and two," I Barges Key boys I. residents; matters pertaining to only $1.723,000. as comparedwith t MANAGER OF AIRUNITATKINGSTON I II' I fewer collection and disposal and,
"economic shysters," "political: who have made good since leaving certain sections of the highwayon at no time have such clubs received i, $2.500,003:>> for the imports." water distribution. system Mon- rived. 2:43 making tnc tri!) .1. > t

termites. this city now being in the em- that Key. recognition from the National I_ Bishop concluded; with a...plea! :![ dajr. augmenting the faupdrij of: .' ;;
Father. Cou p1i.n retoitai' thJohnson $.t p %Jr4be'airwayPeompanyicel ,, U.was said at-county-court' Democratic Party'The''of, .I for increased Produ. Hon and: improved '':; rtefoTciT! 'C forces at the presenttima. e pertylelt by platfe ycsterday -

'was" "distorter of history I Miami.In hous this! morning that the work ficial: charter recently granted'l[ quality of Florida commo-I' I afternoon for MUouvi!,. I Ii i

perverter of logic," used now being carried on by the state dities.! J. Gerry Curtis, assistant director ,.
1 1I I << { wWei-t. Mr.
they entrain a.
"the logic of a braggart" and part the letter reads: I road department which u re< is the first to be obtained for an of the local WPA unit said

that the "money changers. "Joe G. Fernandez, son of Mr. I suiting in an excellent highway,I organization in this county. I I OF ALL OPERATIONS,this morning that tine men going Mrs. Ifajchv| going to spend \ "

have marshaled their forces be-. and Mrs. Fernandez of 606 DuI ''is being;: hampered at certain, Promoting and advancing the CHARLES SMITH OF PAN-AMERICAN AIRWAYS .' to work Monday on the projectare Christmas holidays in Bomb" r. :-

hind the leadership of the chocolate vat street, and Nilo C. Borges points by objectors.With principles of the Democratic I I those returning to Key West Ov, and Mr. 'Rile'y to be with < -
soldier." I the intention of smoothing -I SYSTEM IN LOCALI. from the rehabilitation progam folk daring the Yuletide sea" ,
brother of Juan Borges, J:., 1107 Party is the main purpose of the TO ENTER NAVYLEFT i
"Pampered ex-crown prince, out the matter and making it TY AS MENTIONEDThe which was under way on the keysas in Roanoke, Va.
said Long of Louisiana, "and Duval street, arc both Kty West possible for the work to continue Young Men's Democratic: club. a result of the Labor Day hur The Floralina, in commune 1 <

''scapegoat of the NRA." boys who are row stationed at without interruption Attorney Young men who will eventually ricane. I Captain J. Sid Lasarter, *
Later, Johnson discussed; the Miami as members of the flight Albury'wit contact the objecting take the reigns of government i YESTERDAY ON PLANE Citizen is in receipt of the' Work for Key Westers was main at Tortugas until the Wlo -

"lousy aspects of this adminis- personnel, traffic department of parties it was said. He will, are asked to join. ENROUTE TO HAMPTON following letter in which it is! completed there yesterday, andit er moderates sufficiently i,> .
tration," continued to call l for 1 I possibly, be accompanied by is because of this that the mit of the trip to Fort Mrt': > <
the Eastern Division of Pan Young men who are instrumental shown that Stephen; Floyd Whal-:
Roosevelt's reelection; the 'priest I I County Clerk Ross C. Sawyer. ROADS forces on the newer project are ing made.
broke with the administration; American Airways System. world's I in bringing about the organization ton, former Key West young I II being augmented.
man, is now of the Pan
Long fell before an assassin'sgun I largest air transportation organ- and are charter: members of I I manager I Wth the more than half hundred
ization which FOURTEEN LEAVE American Airways System at GOSHORN RETURNS
at Baton Rouge.TowDaead's operates regular air the club are as follows: William: I Charles E. Smith, jr, son of I Kingston, Jamaica: I II s.dditiona-1 men employed on I
Power schedules from Miami to 32 coun- Arnold Howard ; the project, work will be speeded -
WiUoa Ray E. Smith of the
i Agent C. Clyde- "Stephen Floyd Whalton, eon
John Smith tried to gauge theposition tries and colonies of Latin ON BOARD PLANE Bridwell, Allan B. Cleare, Jr.,' Mallory Lines and Sirs Smith,I of Mr. and Mrs S. M. Whalton I! on the sewer and water system !- HERE ON SAUKEE
of Dr. Francis E. Townsend America, as well as Alaska and Raymond Delgado Oliver Ar-" construction, it was believed. 1
I left by plane yesterday : of Key West is now stationed at I
advocate of $200 a month China. The Barnes of the men who
mayor, Neil Knowles, Ray ,
Miami en route to Hampton I Kingston, Jamaica, as airport I
for the aged, as a possible inheritor "Duties of both Mr. Fernandez 'I Dr. Joe Vlides, Aquilino Lopez, 'Roads for assignment to servicein in the are being called for work Monday -
of some of Long's power. and Mr. Borges consist of active i AIRCRAFT DEPARTED YESTERDAY Jr., George Brooks Armando the I manager operations de morning are being posted CUSTOMS OFFICER HAD BEEN

The doctor's plan failed to get anywhere I steward service on planes flying '' William navy. this afternoon at the bulletin I
AFTERNOON EN. I Cobo, Benjamin Sawyer, Mr. Smith has been enlisted as Air-ways ON BUSINESS VISIT
with congress this year,J out of Miami over the entire 'I' Freeman, B. C. Papy and Perry J board on the WPA garage, corner :
and will
apprentice seaman, en- air' i
largest organi-
but his campaign continued, with I Eastern division. Their work, ROUTE TO MIAMI Miller. i transportation of Simonton and Greene streets. I i TO MIAMI
deavor to secure an assignment to zation operating regular air
would flavor I which includes, assisting I. i I
indications the issue passen-
First meeting will be Tuesdayat one of the schools maintained by schedules from Miami Fla., U.; II I
many a congressional race. aboard gers and the general paper work I 8:00 P. M., in the showrooms the Navy Department and study 1 S. A-, to 32 countries and colonies NO DISCOUNT ON -
Nevertheless', there Deemed lit planes. takes them on Plane' of the Miami-Key West of the Mcltzcr Motor Company. I G. N. GMfc
I I : for the air service which he has a- of Latin America, as well j | r*, deputy c"l- -
tle evidence that either Townsend frequent trips Nassau, Havana. Airways, incorporated, sailed yesterday All charter members and those keen desire to enter being deeply I as in Alaska and China. I tor in charge of the custom M'I i -
head West Indies, Brazil
or Coughlin would apolitical and Pana- I afternoon 4 o'clock with interested will meet at this time interested in aviation.CLASSES "Mr. Whalton's duties consist CHECKS OF WPA ice at Key Went, returned] t

machine capable of disturbing ma. They are both unmarried"I the following passengers from and aa soon as everything is found I I of the complete responsibility in I.morning on the Coast Guar i < -

the major parties. Anti-I Key West: in readiness' an election of officer -1 i the local operation of his station. WILL\ BE MADE ter Sattkee from a short bjMr.,

administration Governor Eugene NEW ARRIVAL AT I A. T. Heath, Anna Heath, J. will be held. OF WPA 1 During his sojourn in the Carib- I trip to Miami.

Talmadge attracted attention Shirley Riley, Berth Patterson,I In conjunction with this meeting bean area his wife and five, !| Along with other officials: <, '

had some of Long's appeal but I Howard Coryell, Forrest Gay, those in charge plan to have TO BE RESUMED children have taken up residence'WHOLESALERS AGREE TO I the service Mr. Goshorn was iai.I '

his power outside Georgia wa I SINGLETON HOMEr Roland Craig, Dana :Merck, Char various county and city officials with him and they return to I jto meet and confer with rapt iJGabbht

questionable. les Smith, Jr., Nina Ryder Johnson make brief talks, and it is hoped their home once) each year for va- DISCONTINUE PRACTICE: newly appointed t -

I The 1936 fight seemed likely John Kea Maudie Johnson, that a representative from the cation." DEALING WITH LABORERS jordmator for this district, with
Mrs Grace Crosby, teacher
to be a two-sided affair, yet Rebah Williams, Alice Jones.COMING Dade County organization will
\ and Mrs. Joseph E. Sin shorthand and secretarial work, headquarters in Jacksonville!
out-and-out battle WORKING ON PROJECTS
hardly between a Democrats and Re- gleton announce the birth of an I -' come to Key West to induct the has received instructions from I HUNGARY NOW ASKS J. Many matters of mt- :-rest to ;.r"
first officers in the chairs.
eight-pound girl yesterday morn- assistant director several branches of governmep I If
deplored Herberta Leonardy -
pub'icans. Some Democrats admired ing at the home, 315 Fleming Membership in the Young of division of projects in the FOR MORE CHILDREN Wholesale merchants of the f service in this district were t--

some Republicans street. Men's Democratic Club is open to to city today agreed to discontinue: cussed at the conference ** < ,
I WPA education department,
administration seemed to John policies.It Smith that The new arrival has been given David Garth's New Story any member of the Caucacianrace resume classes Monday, December (DT A.+.eIute' Press) collecting any discount on checksof f'was attended by Collector A. 1.a 1.
the name of Alvenia. Both between the ages of 21 and 16. BUDAPEST Dee. 14.Speaking laborers working on WPA projects '[Angle, and Assistant Collects ..ft .

the' midwest would be a major mother and baby are doing nicely r 40, who has pledged allegiance Students of the regular classesare at a celebration in honor of given to merchants in return a G. Watson, of Tampa, and a n'j'-i

36 battle-ground. Developmentof 1 I NEVER to the principles of the Democratic advised that instruction will Hungarian mothers Regent Hor- for merchandise.In !!t her of others.
administration's farm
the program
midwesterners I I Party. Tbose seeking beginat the regular hours, as thy appealed to the nation not to the future all checks presented -
the booming of i
membership in this club should become
infected moral will be
> by "the to wholesalers
possible Republican .follows: Shorthand, :5; to 6 p. m.; m
as MIND j I contact William A. Arnold before Secretarial work 6 to 7 p. m. Advanced epidemic of the one-child family." credited to the account of the f i
andidatethe'\ "grassroots" con-!
erence at Springfield *"111., last AUCTION SALE 'ILADY the meeting; Tuesday night. shorthand 7 to 8 p. m.; He said the government plans merchant presenting them at their i HABANA-MADRID CLUB

t shorthand 8 to 9 m. economic aid for an increased face value.
summer, seemed to point that : I THE r4 Beginners' p. I -FIRSTIDWNCE-
Tonight At 8:00 O'clock CHRISTMAS TREES I New students will be accepted population and laws to facilitate This is the first accomplishment

way. SPECIAL OFFERINGS iin: any of the classes mentioned. marriages and hinder divorces. in behalf of the laborers on WPA

Dolls, Toys, Bicycles, Arrived Today direct from E I rolls consummated by Chairman
California. A' small deposit Carl Bervaldi and Marcos P.

Kodaks. Etc. t i will hold your tree until Christi FOR RENT CHRISTMAS TREES Mesa, ST.. of the committee appointed i
DIAMOND RING wi 1 be given STARTING MONDAY DEC. 1 i We have complete line TONITE
$ eo.9rdU..S mas. a TWO APARTMENTS .WITH STANDS last night at a meeting
FREE Tonight :
away j of FANCY TABLE SUPPLIES MODERN EQUIPMENT ] held in the city halL For Members and Their
and k 4UR I THCiYiZENIrI.I.srII" for the Holidays. Fresh Fruits Reasonable Prices-- Object of the meeting and Invited Guests

WHISKIES AND GINS FRANK JOHNSON and Vegetables Twice Weekly. I KEY WEST DRUG CO. MARZYCK & CO. members of the committee selected SCRIPT $1.0010 TIL 3
j will be found in another
Colonial Hotel Building ARCHER'S GROCERY Simonton and Fleming Sts. 1501 You Pfister Phono 246 column. I -... -I1uTr1firuuV

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Dally As the Christmas .season approaches, ; ,, .. '. k.ia1IE :DQ .
THE, CiT: :N 'CoILIIHI' G ceh eat. .yIleppe.iage \'- ... --- ." .. J. .r., r-!"' I' ."' :,, ELEVENTH JTDIClAL CIRCLlT \ A\D FOR JIONROK! C.UC'I'J.
a timely warning against dangerous {toysis I OJT-THH STATE OF FLORIDA KLORIUt. I* FKOBITR"o -
.... AKTM i S. l'resldent M.AXD FOR .O ROE COGNIL"Nina : .
JOB ALLL AuUtaat B..!.*.. M...Kr sounded by Dr. Morris Fishbein, the Her. Jar t 10 Ye.raAgo Lowest Highest Atlantic Slates, Sault Ete. Marie Ferrari' \ re: Bl.Estate L g: loIKERS:f L"N" ':v' &
Fr 10.. The dUien Building health T"-F. A.. Take FromHi Station last night last 24 hours Mich.. 30.30 inches and over the Plaintiff i I 1aNf"H. J.e. ..It.e'dNOTICn .
Corncc Gren and Ann Street well-known authority, who de- Fuse Of To* CUitea Abilene 46 G8. vs. i iJohn I II TO CRni_>JT< iltd
f far West, Salt Lake, City,, Utah, Jacques Ferrari. I To alt 'creditor and all persons
clares that with the almost unlimited number3 Atlanta x..36 48 1 I I Defendant. 1, having claims or demand
poly. bally. Newspaper In Key Weft and Monroe, ; 30.32 inches. Rain has occurred ORDER OF PUBLICATION> i aid Kxat-
County.. of safe toys available it is entirely unnecessary Major General. John J. Hines,. Bostdn "'.'_ 30 31)' j I' It appearing by the sworn bill I, Ton and each of yen, are hereby
chief of staff of the American during the la.'t 24 hours from the I I
filed In the above stated cause that to
notified and required present any
Jttter.4 at Key. West, Florida, aa coad. class matt to provide any other kind for thechild's Army, was an arrival in Key Buffalo ...- 32 36 1 Carolinas northward over the !I John Jacques Ferrari, the defendant''.claim and demands which you
66 I herein named 1. a non-resident of!' either of you may have against
amusement.For Charleston 52 ; .
FIFTY-:SIITH TEAR West yesterday for an official middleAtlantic- States, in west- I tk* State .f Florida and that 0.i estate of O WUL. SCMMBRS LAJNO.
babies he recommends toys that visit and inspection of the fortifications -. Chicago. ...- 34. 38 central Florida, and on the coast resides at 4,H Sth Avenue In the: deceased late of MO .OB County
...Iwr -*<< the As..elatel rr... Denver ...__ 28 46 I city of New York and State of New Florida, to the Hon. Hugh Uuon.
'be Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use have reasonably smooth surfaces to pre- on the island. He said Detroit ........32 34 of. Washington rain. or. snow in York, and that the said John Jacones -i. County Judge of Monroe County at
fOil republication of all news dispatch credited to after completion of the inspection the extreme cistern Lake region !II Ferrari Is over the age of 21 his office in the County Courthouse
and also vent the collection of dirt and they shouldbe Galveston 64 I I years; It Is therefore ordered that within
.Jf or not otherwise credited In this paper he found the ordnance and forti- 68 Ohio Valley, and portionsof In Monroe County. Florida,
the-local news-published. here.TioNAi ..._. upper I the said John Jacques Ferrari nonresident eight calendar maths from
washable. Dolls and toy animals with fication in good' condition. Asked; Havana 62 the. north Atlantic State and: I defendant be and he Is'. date of the first pa Ueatie/a enL
about the mo question of the I Huron -,,., ,.. 3u 36 snow in the Dakotas and Minne I, hereby required to appear to tile I Ir I All Maims and demand not pft-
IMICRtAlASSOCIATION much hair collect dirt and. germs, and are Jacksonville 48 54 l Bill of Complaint filed In said cense: ented within the time and in the
sale. of. Key West barracks, the I sota.. Temperatures hare fallen i ii r on or before Monday the Cth day _a..r prescribed herein shall be
'f 1/ /9-5 therefore dangerous for very small chil- general Laid that Key. West was Kansas City 44 56 i in the East Galf: and South Atlantic I:I.f .January. D. 192C. otherwisethe barred a.. provided by _w.
y I. KEX WEST .. 66 72 i allegations of said Bill will ho Dated December 14. A. D. 135.
dren. too important in the strategies : States. ;with light to heavy I II }, taken as confessed by. said defendant A. ELJWTA! !' L '>No,
SIBKftIP'l'lO: RATES have scheme: of the United States fOil Little Rock 42 56 I frost this mor.iing on the. middle. As Administratrix of the Estate of
0n. Tear .. .. -" $".08 Toys which sharp protruding Los Angeles 50 68 I while elsewhere i iI I It is further ordered that this Osbal Summers Long 1><'cra">" .
) :: ..:..: := __ any section ofits military holdings Gulf coast;. Order be published once each week ,
Six lonthf ::: edges which cut the flesh Louisville 36 decll-21-Z: In: Jan4 1S'LF.CAI
Three Months, or corners may to be disposed of.. In the: 42 I throughout the country readings for four consecutive week- In The

cekiy. Month ._._........_...-a1Y ----------- .s0ADVERTISIllr1. ai'Qlft. are also to be guarded against Those eveht this takes place, other! pro- ;: Miami, ..._.__.. 56 72 ''are-generally near or above normal. Key West' in Midi Citizen, County a newspaper and State.published .. NOTICE
Minneapolis 34
) :t which shoot projectiles that may inflict | visiona would hi veto be made' 36'New. L This. Seth day or November.A, D. Pursuant: Ut Cbaater l%% r. Laws
,BATES Orleans 44 60 i i! .
This tJ S: KENNEDY .f FlorMa tMMondeWgwM-wlH rereive
the first
Made known n-application' ,,... wounds are generally unsafe.. Particular t was general's visit: New York 36 42 Officer in Charge.Today's (SEAL), ROSS C; SAWYER. until lees a,m. on Tt.... '.-
---- to the Island and he expressed Clerk Circuit Court. =
:: : ciu-. U tlHlser' .141, 1",, at the
''1' D I I Pensacola ...._ 38 56 By FLORENCE E. SA :' .
'sr6CLLN11OTI. consideration should be given to safe- himself with WTER. i .'. In Tallahassee
I as benig delighted Uevere (Effe. >
Alt reading notteas, eards.r.(naBl, resolutions of : Pittsburgh. ., 34 34 ............--.... .&. Deputy Clerk.nortO Florida sealed offerings of matured
respect obituary notices ec. will be charged: for attn guarding children's eyes from danger. the c'.ty.The !i! St. Louis .._ 34 38 ; decIlZlzs.,lor unmatnced Rq*d and Brldgev
rate of 19 rents a lite. 1 highway ItetsinAfig Bonds of
Notices for,ja trunnniWiTSTiT churches from which Aside from their value as playthings, Salt Lake City: 30 34 j t!; Horoscope I MONROE COTJNTr, FLORIDA

a revenue Is / TEN 8'tlled MIST BE
toys a great given under -
"The Citizen is ale open fon-m and Invites discussion may left Key West, November 31 for FIRM FOR DAYS SUBSEQUENT -
ot public Insuenand. rnbieets r-' local or general Seattle ,.--_ 40 50 I i' *and by virtue of a certain order ;: TO THK DATE OP OPENiNG -
the child's In this cate- Tortugas has not been heard from Today's. indications promise I
development. and. decree of foreclosure and sale
sh > commoncations. !- .. ,
Interest but It will not put J no mous I Tampa 52. 58 ., i. e, through) January G. a3 >
: and anxiety for her safety and well for a. lawyer or politician. made and entered on the 20th. day and must state full name description
blocks erector sets and .. I I
gory come building Washington 42 ,44. of November IMS, In* and by
that of the of eight There is every evidence of litiga- rtDo I| and serial numbersof
crew grows the Circuit of the Eleventh
Wifliston. ._... 20 26 [
Interest rate date
other which aid in interesting the bonds
f toys may daily.: Captain. S. C. Arthur of tion or strife; the disposition is Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida of Issue maturity, and
IMPROVEMENTS FO' KEY WEST contentions, and anal;. in and for Monroe County, In i I; : flI.da'o.s:: that in default
:I child practical mechanics. For larger 524 Duval street is in command.j aggressive ClMtncery in a.cause therein pending -{ price are

ADVOCATED BY T'L: CITIZEN r,I the desirability of sets of tools is evi- Two other Key Westers, Lonnie Temperature ytical. If the native is furnishedwith wherein_ Jesse L. Alley and I I a FLAT of Interest price which must price be offered shall be at

boys Stickney'and Willie Taylor, jr., Highest ...__.....-__.__.'__......72 the. weapons supplied by Florence H Alley his wife, areplaintiffs 'snderstood I to be the price asked
-'- dent, but in the hands of very small chil- are members of the crew. The vessel Lowest. -..-. w __. .._.68 I higher education success will and the and wife George of the W said Hutchinson GeorgeW. MATURITIES for such bonds PAST WITH DUE ALL
OF ,
1. Water and Sewerage. dren they are only implements of destruc- is owned by the William Cur. Mean _.,."........_.....--.--....._- come in everything except pos- Hutchinson, Michael whose KJIlacky name, If Is living unknown ,i DEFAULTED OR UNPAID COU-
Normal Mean .... ._.. .70 sibly the winning of friends. i PONS ATTACHED and noticeis
tior. ry's Sons company is in perfect, ? -?- and If dead the heirs devisees
to complete> :goad to 11 un- other claimant under hereby given that If any such
2 Bridges grantee or
Rainfall :
condition and has auxiliary coupons have been detached prior to
; ,
added ,
said Michael Klllacky deceased
trains the
It might be that electric The Citizen-20c
Subscribe to delivery of bonds acceptedandlor
land. power. The vessel left for Tortu, r tM"day'1i Precipitation .0 Ins. and the wife of the said. Michael any
herouader the ace
and a vast number of novel mechanicaltoys gas to catch red snapper. Vessels Normal Precipitation _. ...Q91ns.T. veekly., Killacky defendant, whose, foreclosure name Is unknown, of lien value\| of purchased such missing coupon will bei
; S. Free P rt.I : .,. _... .. _.. are> i deducted from purchase price; and
afford fteenI m 3 sert d t
father almost as much amusement plying in the vicinity of Tortugashave of tax sale certificates: the undersigned
.'..* *t ft .elrk IM _...t..:. LEGALSIV Special Master In Chancerywill i I offering must b* submitted on this
4. Hotels and Apartment, been asked to keep a sharp', basis. Sealed envelope containinguch
as they give the kids. Tomorrow's Almanac offen for sale and will sell at
I lookout for the Acacia. .... .. I j TilE ClRCriT COCRT: OF THE public outcry., for cash In hand, to its face offerings that it shall is proposal plainly state for the oa
5. BathingPavilion. Sun rises ._ 7:0-1 ..a, m. F.LF."F.\iTJI:'\ JlDICIAt CIRCCTT I the highest and best bidder at the l' sale of Monroe County a bond
I Sun sets .. :40 to. FLORIDA. front door 'of the County Courtliouse
6. Airports-Land and f:*I. .roh..lIotel -- ---- The right Is reserved to reject"THE .. Jefferson will be re- Moon\ rises ...............10:591 .'l!'n. IV] AiD' FOR :MONROE COo\TY. in the of City Monroe of Key County West, Florida Florida any and all offerings or portions of

: 7., Consolidation l Court and City WORLD FOR GOD" modeled into a modern office' Moon\ sets _--..4Tomorrow's.__11,5: :r William IN Cn Curry CERT.Sons Company I during the legal hour of sale, oa'' ffertngs.I'STATE BOARD. OF ADM1NISTRA-
f' Governments.. Building according to an announcement Title. a corporation orRanicd under Monday, the 6th day of January A.{! OF KIXHUOA.

"Ye shall know the truth and the"! made today by Victor A.)!., :',, Ml.J:4'4. .the Florida.laws of the Complainant.vs. State of im situate the; lying following and being-described In the 1 David Sholtz. Govern, a* ITcsl-

.. Boyn/&is; one of the owners of High _..... .12:47' ( : ; County of Monroe. State of Florida,I dent ,
-- <- J. if. Lee. State Comptroller aa
truth shall make free.:' John 8-32.1; the hotel:""it "*' Otry A..Cook and Beatrice 1>. to-wit:
Church collections, as yet show little you was originally planned Low ___....._._.._ 7:26. 7:05 Defendants. Lot Thirteen (II) of Taver- Secretary
CtPk. W. V Knott, State Treasurer. a*
eoeoeeeee************.....;. .; i i to repair the building and and]I Barometer 8 a. m. today. JY; ORDER OF PUBLICATION nler Cove, a subdivision, according Treasurer. derlt-lt
signs of returned prosperity. : have it remain a moderate priced,, Sea level 29.94. .1' '- I appearing by the sworn bill to plat thereof recorded
A fellow said to us the other d'ay'on6the I .t I filed i in the. above stated cause thatPere. In .Plat .Book Ona (1) at pap
hostelry but two of the !
[ owners] I A. Cook and Beatrice D. Cook. IvS. Monroe County, Florida, Until a century ago The En-t
street: : recently came to the city and decided WEATHER: FORECAST the defendants therein named are Public Records- ,
Love makes the world go 'round, and 'I. each residents of the town ofScotch and gush deraded the French for more
"After all you know it is only a guess. to make a complete change,, I Plains In the, State of New Lot Fourteen (14) of Taver than today's) wildest alarmists
alscr turns a lot of people's heads. :I,''in the structure. W. L. Lawrence. (Till 8p. m., Sunday) .. Jersey. That the' said Percy A. Bier Cove a subdivision,, according dread Germany.
None of us are absolutely sure about the Cook and Beatrice D. Cook are each to plat thereof recorded
contractor will arrive in
the city: Key West and Vicinity: ,P rtly'doudy' i over the age of 31: It I* therefore in Plat Book One (1) at page
hereafter, are weVe hope it is true and : within the next few days and take and continued cool J to- ordered that- the Bald Percy A. Cook 101 Monroe .County. Florida
Death from careless hunters occur and Beatrice D. Cook non-resident Public Records.Dated
: charge of the remodelling
we express faith that it is true, but wedon't opera- defendants be and they are each December 7. IMS. KEY WESTCOLONIAL
every year but the victims are never' the tions. hereby. required to.appear, to. the WILLIAM V, ALBURT.
really know. Special Master In Chancery.
Bill Complaint filed in slid cause HOTELIn
same. before Monday, the Cth day of W. CURRY HARRIS.
The that'startled on or "
thing us was that News reports today chronicling'the January A. IX 1'31. otherwise the Solicitor for Plaintiffs.

his lack of belief did not seem to bother death of "Battling Siki," recalls allegations of said Bill will betaken dec7l21'2S; Jaa the Center of the Businessand
as confessed by said de-
Sometimes genius tak.s the form of him at all. He said the sentence as blithely the arrest in this city of the ..fendants.It I I Theater District
9 Is' further- ordered that this 1:I
fighter some time The battler BENJAMIN
.being able to cash in)11 other people's as though he had said "It may rain or it ago. Order be published once each week I LOPEZ I First ClerrF'repieefSeaaible -
here route to Cuba and
came .en for four consecutive weeks In The FUNEfALHOMEServing
i ip"as. may not." while wondering around throughthe Key West Citizen, a newspaper published -I I II Rates
in said County and State. I Key West
Now, of all things that are importantto city streets while awaiting the This 30th day of November A. D.i Half Century
the Governor 1935. Garage El ;toe
sailing of Cobb. for.
We still honor some of the heroes who us, the life that follows this one, looms (SEAL) ROSS C. SAWYER .I 24 Hour Amb.laM. S.rvfcLJceBted
Havana,he took on a few drinks Continued Cool Partly Cloudy Clerk Circuit CourtBy
gave us the liberty we have since voted and started pushing people off the I FLORENCE E. SAWYER. EmWalmcr Popular Price.
largest.We Clerk. ,Pane 135 N!.kt 696-W\
night;, Sunday partly cloudy and Deputy I
sidewalk. This
away. are accused occasionally, perhaps was reported -, novae; dec7-14-21-2S: ,
slightly warmer; gentle -
to Sheriff J. Roland
Curry., .
of interest in affairs' -- ---
justly lacking
mun He appeared on, the scene. Siki winds, becoming variable.

Your car is one place where you may dane. They tell us now ant then, that.our : started to resist.. The sheriff hit' ,Florida: Partly cloudy: ; continued ;;r.J1Yi.l''I.I'.i'.I"llil.4TIII'.IIIIIIIII. g

blow your own horn"-:'and there not too path along the highway of life would be the battler on the chin and he cool tonight frost in north
went out for the count. Sheriff, portion if clear; Sunday partly
frequently.Once smoother, our prospects more roseate, did
cloudy and slightly warmer, possibly -
I did not know who the man was .
we concern ourselves vastly about the affairs and was. naturally., surprised. rain in extreme northwest

in a. while you meet an in- and the people, of every day. when he learned who his op-1' portion.Jacksonville to Florida Straits: r VALUED HOLIDAY GIFTS

Somehow in the light of faith for the ponent wasEditorial j
dividual who, is so right that you are sure 1 Gentle, to moderate northwesterlywinds

he is. wrong. future, an eternal future, we cannot get becoming variable; partly

ourselves worked up to the fever pitch that the price comment of success-'is: Admitting'that high; .overcast East Gulf tonight: Gentle and Sunday.northerly. o CYPRESS LAWN FURNITUREPrices

it it should not be overlooked that.
Old-time "innocent amusements" custom seems to demand. "What doth winds shifting to moderate south-

still are profit a man," after all, "if he gain the the price of failure is higher. erly over north portion; partly .
innocent, but they are no longer considered I overcast weather tonight and Sun- include but not painted
amusements.It whole world and lose his own soul? Local basketball fans are on the day. setting up

The Lord sends us a vision, when oc- quivive in anticipation of the,I

casion demands, of a hole in the ground, games; to be.played here this week) WEATHER CONDITIONSThe $4.00
is said that we need more crime between the Exchange Club and;, SINGLE CHAIR ..
two feet wide, four feet deep aud six feet .
visitors from Jacksonville. and .
southern disturbance ,
statistics. But we doubt that criminals I continued ,
can long. So far as earth is concerned that is Havana. Wednesday and Thursday its northeastward movement J.tJOV I

be reformed by merely counting them. the finish. nights; the Io.sls will play the I: and is.! central this mom S DOUBLE CHAIR ,

Greenbacks from the- Florida city I ing BOrne distance off the North *" ": .
there is of something
Everybody is working for. the But an eternity and on Saturday' ht. they 'will '; Caroling cqast., Hatteras, 20.76 r. ** L'. 4.50
government to follow that finish. The 'something"for meet the Havana University quin- I inches,. and the western disturb- SINGLE ROCKERCHILD'S _

now. Those on ret f, and the taxpayers each of us is to be determined by the .tet. I ance has moved eastward to the '

who produce the ;increment. ,'central Plains States Kansas .: 3.00
tread before the is .CHAIR 0
pathway grave
we ,
A committee Chief
composed] r City, Mo.. 29.73: inches and"pres

reached. We can go up or down and the. Ralph Pinder, Secretary John sure is low south-ward over the .
We eagerly await a television ; p- choice is ours alone. Roberts and' Members LeRoy,, lower Rio Grande Valley,,Browres-! LAWN- BENCH' 6.50
Torres: and.George McDonald, left i I'viPe" Texas 29.78 inches. '!'fYs-
paratus: which will e;-able. radio advertfeing faith for eternity ad ,
a, We do not lack :; :
this morning'for Miami to select sure is high from the, LaWffegion -
spieler to see us tu'n the dial ca we do,believe that there is an upward!path o'sft' for the firemen's carnival eastward ovc# :the NNt11f S:'I. TABLE 3.50

him. and that we are climbing itt .Lord knows torbq,,,. held' in Key West in the I i. aT
I''I near fnture:1': the.proud parents of rf '1iinLdpmiAd! .
the is snail like and the faults:many*
pace I boy born in Dr. Porters-hospital

f The moral 1 question.1. is not about the but we can look back at the' close of the .}Jrl.apd. Mrs J.. T. Klutz are I this morning: !VH'4A3 :M T 1* !iFOR YOM BOY-BIG BANG CELEBRATORS 0

amount) of wealth the tvorld"possesses: but I I day and see where the way iU. ?p.. i -. !. -' --- ._. I..-.. "...r' _
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about the way men spend 5t 'and the use :I And ahead there is a gateway, shining r FTeTd Cannon -$ .To Gunboat __.__.__$ .75

they make of it. I I and bright, into which we hope to enter. Large Cannon, 2.50( Bombing Plane .9 a

I Have you thought about that lately? For CHRISTMAS and Heavy Artillery 2.00 Machine Gun .. 125

:;. Three former immigrants want to 'I. The path is narrow, but it is wide enoughfor Ammunition> -lOc per tube

donate. a wrist watch *o the Statue ctlberty. you too.God's the NEW YEAR

What the old girl really needs is world is a world of truth. Let
2 ffff alarm clock. us make this a World For God. ,

I but it ,
= Work is the. most r.tisfying thing Money can't buy gg,
Nothing teaches a child thrift like a Saving '
existence has to give, b-: must be. ade- can buy a lot of fun. I Account. Start one with us for him today for as :

ately compensated for the. laborer isworthy ) IS BOUND little arf one dollar. From time to time add to i it.

of his hire. Red is the color of flame, and of the I When graduation. and college come along he will! j t THAT MEETS A PARTICULAR -

day's beginning and end, the color of I be prepared.for them. He will soon learn the les, GIFT PROBLEM" :-

-. There are two'things to which one ripening fruit and of maiden's glowing I son that it is not what you earn but what you save I f I'

must never pay. attention-abuse and flat- cheek, the color of blood, the sign of a 1 that makes wealth. I 1 i -wi

f5y. The firstf '! deficit and the signal to stop. : L I .
cannot'hni n you and the I ,_ ii .

second:-! -: cannot" f help J you.. So forget 'em. Not power and speed but safety and I He.: First N !iO'1ankothy'West f Smith i : Fkdda Contracting &>i Engineering Co, 1

3* ...evgralClurtil FaUJcrsasserted that operating economy are the qualities most

Spah made wfll ;;"he clrta'niy had a gooddtal I desired by the public in autom9biles.. It is I Member- of the Federal Reserves '. !Phcn_ 598 White and EHza Streets S:

of land to dispose o' : but there u:notUce : finally' dawning on the owners and drivers Member- of the Federal Deposit Insurance I "Your koaseb worthy' of the

of such a legal tra. ration in the of cars. that the sacrifice of thousands yearly Corporation ; .
STJptures: to the.speed demon should .stop> '_ ,. .

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P.itGI'TW0- ttrn fiEY WEST CITIZi.' ( SATiIRDAY.; DECEMBEP 14, 1935e ,

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"\-' I .. '" l. or... 1 'J YAnniversariess .ociay. Ja Hislom
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\ ._......-.m.- ..".8o.a.,....> """ .... '," ', THIRD STRAIGHT a..e..e..i.r..... '
1871 Gen. Greene COLlffUff
BASKETBALL b*..*.eesiieii*.........

t Chapter H none, tell them III try to make up la LEY MEMORIAL M. E. FLEMING STREET METHODISTCHURCH 1739-Pierre Samuel Du Pont, vance board for 'lack he was of, unable ammnmiiutu to td-7.e'' .*...i................
them. for what they' lost this last CHURCH SOUTH '
DDT ISOl.D I French economist first of the that he had1 to-rnake-i' WANTED
summer. .;;;;.. ; no paper! every t'

;,IT| \VAS l then I lent for Miss Farn- "And your asked Ansel Kellogg. PARK: TIGERS GAINED* .. Rev M. L. Smith Pastor American family ot the name, reports oa.. that, ho bad. been sev. TWO PASSENGERS

worth* said .John Nenman.mowing. "Jflhn. and. I are.going to walk } Cor. Georgia and Division Sts., Cor. Fleming. and Wflliara.Street born in Paris. Died near. Wit en months in field without taking and TO TAMPA

"" .the,was the legal owner off l ome..' She ailed! as everyone OND PLAOS IN' LEAGUE Church school at 9:45 a. m. Shuler Peek Pastor mington DeL, Aug. 6, 1817. off his',clothes one night;, eta; Of fo.Jen.return. See Joe; decl44f Vogue

echoed "walk." "Ton don't' know with i Albert H. Carey, superintendent. Church school meets at 9:46: :
the; -canneriesTot. /, how good It will seem to walk along STANDING. FROM. HIGH ai: m. William, Ni: Knowits. a 1p. 1801-Jo eph Lane; Indiana soldier J7 -Died-George' Washing, SCHOOL OF FLORIDABE
might tell Anne how yon without bumping Into bars. erintendent The ton at Mount Vernon 67.
SCHOOL FIVE Morning worship:at 11' o'clock. ; Wesley Fellowship Oregon governor and senator aged
ftrani the other efI4eDc: ." suggested With John she escaped from the .Subject: "Fair Play" Bible Class meets. in the pas. born in Btncombe Co, N.,C. INDEPENDENT for life-

Kafogg". court'bouse through. a rear door. Young People's Department.has tor's study. Died at Roseburg Oreg. April: '1819 -Alabxma( admitted to ; free catalogue. Bedemar Beau

That was easy.. "John untied; ***. thou silently they plodded along its morning session in the Division I Morning worship at: 11 o'clock. 19, 1881. State hood ; ty School of Florida 107 E.
through the gathering twilight Sporting new nifty uniforms, street sChool' budding with Miss f I Sermon "The Happy ., -- Forsyth St, Jacksonville, Flor11 -
try Cthertnao DO the waters waa Interested For while Ann. with
a was content Bakers
the Busy Bee capturedtheir l .? ; Ida. d 14-ltx
Alice Jenks as president. 1851 Hastings H. Hart na- 1910' Carnegie established;
b freeing her. Bit by' bit the Joy of walking ot taking long -
third straight victory in. the Junior boys and girl at 4 p. l Intermediate Epworth League tionally-known social worker and '
Carnegie Peace fund of $10,000000.
thcf brongnt In little and steps, swinging arms breathing .
things byplacing BICYCLES
Basketball with Mrs. meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss'Venda-
deep and looking,up with nothing to Island City League, m., Mary Thompson in prison reformer born at. Brook- .
them :(tine
built Watkins
together we. up superintendent.
obscure her gaze of the sky a sky without one defeat. .charge: field, Ohio. Died at White .BICYCLES-WD RENT by She

\ the true story of what had happened. mottled with the faint amberttnged The .victim last night at. the Young- People'' evening sessionat I. Hi-League Charlow.meets at- 6:30 p. m.Miss Plains, N. Y., May 9, 1932- 1911 EoaH ,Arntradicn of I Hour. Day or Week. Repair
And of course 1' cabled for Judge of the clouds And thenthereseemed 6:30: p. m. in charge.
gray aU makes and paint them with
Higft School Gym wasthe :WPA Young meets Norway first to reach the Soath 1 :
Kellogg tit.soon as1 learned Hiss the necessity! of words. Evening preaching: at,7.30 p. m; People's League 1852-Daniel De Leon, noted Pol Nu-EtameL We carry a foil
Workers who, incidentally; lost Subject "Preparation to Meet ,,at 6:30 p. m. Norman J. Lowe,
Anne had been charged* "John.- sbr ventured; "remember New York City Socialist advo- l' stipply of'part& Agent for the

"Why didnl bring1 thlt. erldene Ute night 1 first'cam*down ben and their third straight game, without God.'1Prayer 'I president. cate of his day born in Vene l ...............+..*..... RolIfast.and'Dayton Bieydes.
yon Teclx mern fct'iha: door?' and 'praise service each Worship serrice: at 7:30 p. m. ,
> : one victory to, their: credit i : I[ zuela. Died May 11, 1914. ; And seUthem as low as$5.00
to met the district. attorneyasked. << remember'how aba acted and what Wednesday at:TiSO pc re... Sermon subject: "Let .Us. Hear." Today's Birthdays .
The Baker-WPA game was the 'I : down 'aad. IliOO per week.
she saldr Young people's choir: r. prayer and Bible .
practice as. eeb..s.iae.. Phone 278. J.R 8to f1.
1853 Charles A. Oliver ee..e : ors
Join faced: tha man ,aoberly.:"1 -Y.a.r b*'assented.; "sha said 'An- opener of. a doubleheader of bu.-I t".on :.fourth Friday; 7:30 p.: tnu, study; Wednesday at 7:30,p. m. noted nov184fFOR

should! hue done that".he acknowledged nlkt!..Enkeli' She thought she was ketball last night., Church choir practice: each Friday Choir rehearsal' Wednesday. immediately born Philadelphia eye specialist James H. Doolittle of St. Lock,

It" Ffanislt seeing, the. gbo&L oL your father's The Dough; boys made a record at.8 pw m. Sirs. J. Roland ; following the mid-week in Cincinnati. Died April noted flyer born at Alameda. RENT
; "but an old custom twin sister..who'snama was AnnlkkU in points scored for the other I I Adams, pianist. I service. Mrs. P. B. Roberts, di 8, 1911. CaL, 39 years ago.

I to trust rioone while.he's In the and for_whom you were named.How clubs to shoot at. They rang up rector. UPPER FLOOR 532 Duval

; namy/ cam 1 wanted to wait and e..r.- he added. didn't. know it at 146 points to the opposition's 17. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I enrichment of life,the church has' George. Gibbs president of street; for office or residence.

I let Kailogg. t fell you. L felt his word the time." ,I Score br halves:, Total CHURCH SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH a unique opportunity. i Postal Telegraph; born at Har- Bungalow 1026 Varela street,
I wnuldbave 'Let's take the old road over the Busy Bee Bakers 24. 22-46 Week night service, Tuesday : lan, Iowa, 60 years ago. j comer Virginia.. Both modern
more weight than a liibetDiaD' the ona; that comes down.In WPA Workers 12 5-17 J_ C. Gekeler, Pastor Corner Duval 7:30 p. m.Friday I conveniences Apply; J. Arono-
and Eaton Streets
.. back of my bouse.7; Anne suggested Cor. er-of, White,and. Washington Sundays 7:30 p. m-, choir rehearsaL -: Jane Cowl., actress, born in j r' vitz; 534 Duval street.
Ther. irir ar knock' at the door. as they..named a cross street In. the second contest the Streeti Boston; 51 years ago. dec12-6tx
Wben th4 district attorney came "It may. be muddy" John demurred. High School! five and. the Park Sunday school meets at 1C a. Morning Prayer 6:45 a. m.,
back.ha turned to Anna "Mrs.Lee Mass (Communions), 7"a.. m. LOWER FURNISHED APARTMENT .
Tigers played a great game, with nu Oscar Norman,.superintendent. Mass SAINT PETER'S CHURCH, Josef Lhevinne of New. York
ratnswortb wants to talk to ,..01L. Td like that she confessed. for the Church School, 2' bed. rooms, convea
The. Adult. Bible Class is- .
the eventual result that the Ti- taughtby I 9:30 pianist, born in' Russia, 61' years
.hesitated "after these weeks ot walking on the a. m. I Colored lances 519 EliZabeth
Anna a: moment than gers gained second place in .the the pastor. ( ) ago. porches.
squaring her shoulders, 118.1d.AU highly antiseptic- floors of hospitals league standing from the ABC Morning, worship at 11 o'clock. Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. II Center Street, Between Petronia Street. novlS
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and Jails I'd likesome nice brown Evensong Prayer, Sermon,
right and Olivia
team. .Sermon "Stewards of the Mysteries I William E. Levis; president of [ FURNISHED' APARTHENT-
11.... Farnsworth stepped Into the gumbo on my shoes. The playing of. Albury: and '//of"God. Benediction Week 8 p. m. I I Mass, 8 a. m. I the Owens Illinois. Glass: Company I. Modern conveniences; 628
room smiled at Anne and with! open I turned shrub Cates featured for the Park. out Solo by Mrs. Gekeler is taken Solemn Evensong and Benediction I born at Alton IlL, 45 years White street call at Gaiti's
they up a Morning
Prayer 6:45 I
I arms.came across to her. -JOHN.- fit. Knowles end Sweeting were from Handel's "Messiah," "0 a. m. of the Most Blessed Sacra- :ago.
Barber nov2MGELT
;, 1rh3'' did Rob Croo Mass, 7 a. m. Shop :
... Anne watched Charlotte approach key hare the revolver oiled and buy stars for.the School five. 1 Thou What Tellest Good Tidings." Evening Prayer 5:30 I ment, 7 p. m.
her..and stepped back from the outstretched ... Total i 7:30 o'clock. ; p. m. Church school, 8 a. m. Prince Albert Duke of
We cartridges If Tom was the one Score by halves: i I t j Evening> t worship, A second Mass Wednesdays ; York FURNISHED APARTMENT .
arms who was going to use It?" High School) ._ IS'-11. :-24 J Sermon "?y. request is based on'':9 a. m. on 6 l ,,1 Sermons'at"gIII.1( and 7 p. m. I second ion of. His British Majesties -; with garage. Apply 827

"Dear little niece,". she began. "I Imagine Tom was cunning Park Tije's"f: 15-32 I Dickens **A,.Christmas CaroL" Week-Day4 Services born 40 years ago. | Dam street. oct9
"you don't know my relief at finding enough to provide that alibi. If the TJie. sot is "Jesu Bambino,"I Mass on Tuesday and Thursday

yofl not guilty of that dastardly deed. revolver badnt been'found and idea: Free throws missed. in. the first n-om ;Pietro.Yen METHODIST EPISCOPAL?: : at 7 a. m. I In Sumatra the Malays have aj!+ FOR SALE

Qh:were grieved so over you." tided as Luke Farnsworth's. be game: Hernandez. 3,. Thompson.,1*. ; tid-mek Bible study Wednesday -i. CHURCH", SOUTH.,,, .". Litany! and Sermon on Wednesday .J i custom of loading brides and!I
"Than! you Mrs. Farnswortn. couldnt bare been.. connected': with Curry 1, Dominguez _1;, second. at 7:30:p. m. Please read Luke'.{I ; at'7:30 p. m., 1 i bridesmaids at a wedding: with I BUICK; new paint, good condi-

said Anne: the shooting.To me NIkki. It proves I game: Woodson, 3,. Knowles., *, 18:9.14.,. trie Parable of Two "EL SALVADOR": ... : feJsions.After, the Wedne a l heavy metal rings, thus displayingthe tion; $35.00. See Joe Vogue
premeditation; Ha can say what be 1 J. Pinder 2 Saunders '' Kinds of I | day evening service. 1 1I amount the
"Aunt Charlotte dear. I Sweeting --. Prayers,: I Corner Grinnell' and Virginia I ..\I of doWf)'. Cleanerssdecl4tf

"Ton asked. me,once. not pleases about merely having It handy I 2.Alburyl.Dopp 1. r < Streets -
for ot the canneries. I believe I FIRSt CHURCH -' -----
that.! Anna ,
yxra. countered.I'm the Rev. GuiHerm4 Perez,.Pastor
same girl now that I was then.1 ."-' he' hoped' to ftDd"Tou alone; Standing of the league: (Services in Spanish) -- .**....
sooner or later: Club W. L. PcLI f Corner Isimonton. and.. Eaton Sts J (Colored)
was distraught the tragic death Anne shuddered looked at tile Sunday school, 10 a. m. A., T., McCaskiQ, Pastor r..PRoop.iwimti..c:
of those loved ? Busy Bee Bakers .... 3 0 1.000 John 3- Cnlpep .er,Jr., Pastor {
.. two ones and>everything dense bushes growing along the roadside i Preaching, 8 p. m.Mothers' Naomi Reddick, SuperintendentMary
at sach odds.. Youll .Park Tigers _._ 2 t; .666 j( Church Sunday school opens at
forglte. and John. Club meets Monday,
drew closer \
to :
me Anne?' High)' School _... ?,.._ 1 2' .333 j J10.t> ,A.> m., under leadership ofGerald' 8 m.Bible. I, Moreno Secretary ..
"Ton needn't worry. now:: be as- p. Sunday sehool,9:30a. m.'
WPA Workers 0 3 .000 I j Saunders,. general, supers -
't.doesn't,matter.?; Anna turned sured' her "'Tom.taken to jail intendent. Each department meets study and' prayer service: Sunday service 11 a. m. : Name -.__._. ...__..._.._
away,. then.after, moment turned right away and he won't be allowedout I Wednesday, 8 p.. m. Evening worship 7 o'clock. a .
back'"'a1d.I'm.terribly sorry about on balir" Leading scorers: I'I in its awn assembly room. a' '

Hade: 1eelloyed him. 'III-. And Robr'Arrested Player FG FT Points ,' tVorsbip, service at 11 a. m.Subjeeja"Off "LA TRINIDAD" SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST : Address ........

"Ton're coming home with us now. by the federals as he left Hale, PT _......_13 1 27 and on Religion." Duval and Angela Streets I CHURCH: .. .

Anne right back to your own little' the courthouse.They've succeeded In Cates. PT _..._11 4: 26 Epworth; Lague meeting at Sunday afternoon services by i :. The Error'' Is......., ...... ... ... ..,,_..,-...___......,,_ ;
room. and maybe we can find Yvon connecting: him with the bootleg Sweeting.: H9 ___?...12 2 26 6:30 p. m. Miss Ida Kerr pr '!i- ..Dr. DeBamtt. (Colored) __ .
ne."' trap; The men working on tne legal I C. Smith BBB _12 1 26 dent. Friday night, services conductel: Southard Street Between Thomas ..

"That Is your home."'Anne countered traps were willing to' Insist they ,,Woodson. HS ........ 7 6 20Parka. 1 Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. hy Rev. Perez.CHRISTIAN ; and,, Emma Streets ----------.i .:. _._ .-r--. _.. --...-...

,and turned to Tecla and"John. were owners, bat those on the boot BBB ....__11. 1 23 I.Subject: "The Man the. Devil William. Perkins, Pastor. ...........*......*,...... ...;..:. .... .........
"My home.. with my people" leg trap confessed the hope of get E. Woodson. BBB ..10 4 24 j Wanted." G. Williams..Missionary Leader \ . : ,
"But my dear girl." Mrs Farm ting Immunity.. J. Pinder. HS' 8 r 17 Mid-week prayer and .praise SCIENCE: SOCIETY Sabbath School (Saturday). 10 t --. ,. _
worth'a. sweetness was vanishing "Poor Sharlee'": mused Anne and Curry, WPA 7 3 17 service on Wednesday at 8:00 p- o'clock.

"you. cant pretend. yoa can handle John, looked down: at her with a Cooper. WPA ....-. 4 6 14 m. 327 Elizabeth Street Church services, 11' o'clock in : i1. t .
everything yourself. You come home queer smile Hernandez.. BBB. ._ .7. 0 14 .Choir rehearsal on Friday evening Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. .the morning. WILL.: ROGERS MEMORIAL' FUND.
with us and well take care of you "You're generous." ha commented; at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph 'Sunday morning service at 11 Prayer meeting' every Wednesday
Rob tan go right on tatlng- tare of 'But.ahe'wasn'l: ,to blame forany- Saund Local 6ommiftee; West t
Sawyer, organist; Gerald o'clock. night at 7:30 p. m. for Key
the canneries, because you must ad.; thing. With a mother like Charlotte; SANITARY TEN WON,
ors, choir director. Wednesday, evening service at Y.. P. 11. V. S.' meeting, 5:30
mit., An a<- shah) .-all'8 girl cant how oold>Bfae-havebe BdifferenttJohn. % '
handle tbs business..Don't yon thlntJ'JD.ridltf".ahe ;'I believe{ '111 see that she.and 8;o'clock. o'clock p. in.BETHEL Date_. [ ::._
appealed) to the men Aunt Mabel tate a trip abroad to for- : I Reading room Society A..M. IS. CHURCH THE .
la the room. get." ing open Tuesdays and Fridays TO- EDITOR

"And Charlotte I 527 William Street' from 3 to o'clock... (-Colored)

THERE was only silence to answer "As Llisa says 'drat 11e,* My gen.. The Sanitary Department ten E; Richard Evans Pastor I Corner Division: and Thomas SU..: Wishing to have a part in perpetuating thememory
; l
<1ue.tlo until at last Anne erosityatops there. I.believe sire's as came from I- hind in yesterday's Sunday. school; 9:45 a.;;, m: PENTECOSTALMISSION H. R. Hill pastor of one of our most beloved and useful '
went to the district desk guilty as Rob or Tom: She should be i. Morning-worship! at 11 o'clockSermon'
: attorney's ; Social League at Sunday) school 9:36 a. m.
regular game citizens
I enclose herewith thy
asked tor pen and paper sat down spending the balance of her days in Bayview Park. to defeat the Wild I subject: "When Christians 909 Olivia Streei Preaching,. 11 a. m. contribution of
and.wrote industriously. the Salem penitentiary;also : Pray." Win. Skondeen, Pastor the /Will Rogers Memoriaf i
Cats. With the score 9. to., 5 in : Junior A.' C. E League meet -
"Will you sign this please. Judge "Nlkkl.the, had reached: the top : Christian Endeavor; 6-30 p. m. Sunday morning worship; 11
OD'UnlOD favor of the Cats and. going into : at5:30p.m. Fund.: I understand!:that.!this gift will be'added'to
Kellogg? thebill o'clock. o'clock.
she asked. of and were looking down Evening, worship 7:30
"Gladly':? agreed her friend after Town, looking out oa.the Pat the last! half ,.J the ninth the Sermon subject: "Depth of Vis Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. Senior E., League meetsit others from Key west and* will go without any' .

glancing 'over It, and scrawled his cede.Behind them night was crowd, Sanitary: boys put on a' fiverunrally ion." 6:15 p. .
", m. deductions
8 m.. whatsoever to the National Fund to be
them enough to Evening service
name netting p.
on the paper.. ing over the hills but out there the : Midweekservice, Wednesday Sundaynight evangelistic service '
Mr.: Farnsworth, took the paper afterglow still smudged the horizon ,capture the game 10 to 9. 7:30.o'clock. 7:15 o'clock.: Weekly Services expended also without any deduction, as the Memorial
and.real ft aloud: with topaz "Nikkl; 1 wont toe far At bat tie leaders, were J. Tuesday 7:15 ana Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.., Class. Committee determine .' .
: ; ; pt m., prayer I may ;
"W ftofcert Crocker' from Salem after this week." Waller, Castro and Hille, each FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'praise service. Friday, 7:30 p. m., choir rehearsaL -

from Your aataad immediate aU portions. reclgbation you now Anne felt her breath catch, a pain with three safeties i in as many .' Friday, 7:15"p. ai', fellowship. : .h._ __ Name .._
hoMta thrKniawrttt FUb rte stab at her heart. "What do you times up. Eaton Street;: Between Duval and meeting. . .
tntbrborKtea will be cceptafel to mean?" she asked In the field and Stanlel'for
tK. pfcwet'o wr.. Papy Sunonton Streets Saturday 230p. m, boys'_and .:. .
(SiffntdAnn. ., Farnrtrortb. "I'm going to Corvallis Had wire the losers and Estrainaldo i ; James S.. Day,.Pastor girls church.. FLYwith Address -' -to ._...:. ..
1 "Owner. from the coach-he wants me to Castro, and Hill for the! winners, rEr
."Why Y6U young snip." CharlottePfrnswprth'8 come down. and take over the Junior were outstanding. BiHe Morning School worship at- at 9:45: 11 o'clock.a. m. PAN.AMERICAN- the-PLANE N3 : :; .. .. 'c: J :: .. : :
poise had left'her,"do teams. Score by; innings: R. II. E: TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN '
yon.think, ytra:.can. .do'a -tbbrg'1Ike ''And' your boat-" she stopped WildCats 023' 001 :3= 9 10 2 Baptist Training Union at 6:30 CHURCH: No Change In Rates L <.:- _

tnjs'wht4 there1. fere'court*of;law in short.There wouldn't be any trawler i Sanitary Dept-: p. m, : Make Reservations by Phone I '. ,"" ,

this land! ?< l ; because John had probably spent his 202'' 010 5-10 15 I ..Eyfning worship at 7$0 o'clock. (Colored '', Telephone 620 'J't,..:. :1 :. r _AI ...... ,, ) .. "
!"!'&>,depending upon the jtstlce of money saving her from prison; perhaps Batteries B. Lowe and'J;.Wal :L'rslerI: seance; Wednesday : ) b&egnlar Planes, 1Iiami-Key
tbos>coarts,"'TUurt'answered; calm that was why she had received I : evening: 730 o'clock. 717 Simonfam Street rf,t,.,.West.Airways,. Inc.
ly. Theii.sheitnrne&to i the others. such special care at the hospital. It I er;, J. Cates, Castro and J. Ga7 E I JEhnrad4x.iyemng, 7:30 o'clock, ]rev:- Alfred DeBarritt: 'Pastor Sa_TW..UFri.

Mar L g&.b'''' hadn't occurred to her to ask who choir: "ehpar>FaL' sun! y morning, 11 o'clock.. :, RATE, ONE WAY $7.50

Sha psosed" and, realised-the lasttime had paid the bills for all of the sen cia.BASEBALL ,.Subject:. "Hated.". Leave Key West 4 p., m., Ar- E wit d Greeting

ah*Had made that remark was vie she had received. GAME. CATHOLIC CHURCH Church school, 3:30'p.. In. I .s.,, riTe Miami 520 p. nu
two months ago.! .before the doors of She looked at John. So. like Rob., Suday.'Vening.' 7:30 o'clock. FaaL..Co.Eortabi. Sal..
the Jail clanged shut behind her. be.was going away,.going to leave -fit-Mary's; Star of the Sea "The Walls We Build. -InHit.. .. :

"I'va my ear here.: offered Kel her. to face her new problems alone. HERE TOMORROWThere I -Rev.-Wm. Reagan S. J, -- cARDSPt.YCB

logg. Only she knew why he was going. in charge _' ... __. t., .. .
."Tbea will yon drive Tecla home, He had taken the soft hat from his Order of services for this ,

and'glva her.lots of money? We're head and was standing looking oat church: : YOUR ORDERS NOW
going to have a festival and want to,the sea. the fine features set In will be a baseball gameat Sunday morning Masses will be I

e veryon* in Union Town there. Buy grim.hopeless lines the Navy Field tomorrow aft-I said at 7' and 9:30 o'clock. '

Iota of food and coffee, everythingthey (Copyrif; flea by JeauM SotvmanJ ernoon at 3 o'clock. I Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock AFTER YOU HAVE READ THE Over 500 Different Sampler To Select. From
The Sewer Rats will bats
like. And Teda. ten Lllsa she cross Evening service at '1:30 o'clock;
hiss her Job back, and If any of the with the Wateworks, Cats. Sundays and Fridays.MIXED I I .
I fishermen reach there before I get Monday Ana. (ecu**. John or The latter team will have Rodriguez -
"fanning out oa her."
Wickers Lopez, Stickney BIBLE CLASS. Prtted4d.SrtL low
-- v Domenech, Rueda, John and' Dick \ ; -.4 ,

1 able to furnish good character Navarro Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti S.OF ENGRAVING: .

COLORED YOUTHS i references it is shown. For the Rats: Castro. Barcelo eino, Teachers

J: Garcia. Gabriel IIbtin Frank This t class meets every Sunday 4c. _. ._ .
CAN: JOIN NAVY : It is also stated: the nary has and O. Csraballo Esqnmaldo morning at the Harris. School auditorium TOMORROW CHECK UP ON THE ADVER- Wish '

:a good career to, offer boys, suchas D. Garcia and Sanchez. at 10 o'clock. Men and CHRISTMAS

education, travel, good pay The contest will startat 3 women not connected with anjj TISERS WHO FURNISH INTEREST- .

and retirement after 20 years o'clock sharp anad fans are askedto other Bible Class and regardless III
The Citizen has been request- service. come out early to secure a I of, denomnistions. are invited tt

ed1' to announce that the U. S. The office hours are 8:30 to good seat. e I IShanghai's attend. For Distinctive Cards, Call ,at 0: Phone

Navy Recruiting office I CLIP THAT "COMING EVENTS"
*. Jpcaied.atJBoom '4:30 THEN
daily International Settlement
except Saturdays when CHURCH OF GOD ,
228 P. O. Building i w:; }*he. office closes at noon,, it is I taking in about one-third of: COLUMN. .

ami,, Fla.. has openings for a i shown the city is a single self-governing! i. M. Gresham.Pastor ARTMAk'PlasstitrifH.

!Urge number of eo1ot'fdoy.! pit, 1, community administered by alI 1106 Olivia Street THE {

twees the ages of 18 and 26, who Claude Monet the great painter -I I municipal council, an elected body! Services Sunday morning services IT WILL BE LIVE NEWS UNTIL' THE STAR

6 ,. sought for few fresh scenes;!jof 14 serving without pay. Nominally 11 o'clock. gulLDING
can pass a good physical examination l > PHONE SI
it i la recorded that he was content, these 14 include five Sunday school 3'p.. m. RISES AGAIN NEXT SUNDAY

\,. and. be _able to, read with painting the same haystack'f British.five Chinese and two each I I Evangelisticsenices, 7:15 p.: ? r* ( 1It! 3 H:t t ..... TC ,;-. "J'r.t, JJi .. .., "!"> ,,,, ,. ::..,___ _

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H. O. Well. British au- LITERARY DIGEST POLLThe
Malones Entertain At Dinner thor baa Just void a mo ; I ALSO ARRIVED HERE The Citizen:
tion-picture scenario to I I In your paper of, Dee. 6th yea
Last Evening American publishers M a> LAST EVENING FROM I carried a notice of the death of)
At Home
Party novel, to be offered first la svir -1 popularity of the New gave almost 70 per cent of its Mrs. Annis Albury, and in it you

-- The American Magazine. : t Deal shows another decline in popular vote to Roosevelt in his GALVESTONSteamship stated she left two daughters and:
The scenario Is to be produced 1932 election, show that the I I
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ma-'final consisting as it did of I'miniature Ii under the title The a the fourth report of The Literary State's voters one son fourteen gran Jchi+''Urea
are now
entertained ,I' mirror lagoon with tin r Miracle Maker. o t Digest's nation-wide poll as 642- overwhelmingly and eight gTeat-grandehildit I
lone evening -
yesterday ] in favor of the New
i real sea shells sea ferns, coral 711 votes from twenty-six Statesare Ozark, of the Clyde- I would like for yea to cur:ec-
Deal with 64.95 cent of thState's
informal dinner-
at an and small sealife in a lovely and 1 per Mallory Lines, arrived 1:25 o'clock !I' that statement as she did roi

party at their home on Division I colorful arrangement depicting a tallied. return in the poll to date yesterday afternoon from Jacksonville -!'!i have any children. All she I 1i'a\-> 1
The total balloting to date is voted in support of the Roose- ii'
Mr. tropical atolL The ensemble was | is two brother, G. A. Sawyer of
street, and had as their guests shown divided 274.830 votes, or velt policies. and Miami, remained until ,
Miss further enhanced by a little modernistic '' Miami and James Sawyer of Na.:
and Mrs. Larry' Gardner
42.76 per cent for the New Deal, The eighth State from which 6 o'clock discharging freight
Mrs. Mary silver sailboat. sau, Bahamas, and six nieces:> and
Nina de Lisa Leslie
to 367,881 votes, S7.24 initial returns are reported this
ASIA'S COLOSSUS The or per and.sailed for New Orleans I''I'
Lon Knowles and Leo B. Warren. Cocktails were served prior to Pancnan Lama ruler of Tibet cent against it week is West Virginia which five nephews.
Steamer Brazos of the
The table centerpiece, flankedby the dinner, and the occasion was a > and head of the lamalrt G. A. SAWYER.
religion. The voting against the New votes 5,384 for the New Deal to line arrived
.1 ,, 6:10 o'clock last
tall cream candles in silver enjoyed and delightful for Mr. Is about to return to 2136 S. W. 26th St.,
Deal was 53.28 cent in the 7,439 arainst it.
holders charming and orig- and Mrs. Malone and their guests. ; i his homeland after twenty per evening from Galveston and Ailed }Miami Fla.
;; years of self-Imposed exile. first poll report, 55.89 per cent The twenty-six States from 9:45 o'clock with shipments of Dec. 11 1935. 1
-- -- ---- in the second and 55.60 cent which returns in the ,
-- Hla life story, from his miraculous per are reported canned turtle, live turtle and a
Parish Group \ birth to the present in last week's tabulation.The current tally represent over 63 miscellaneous assortment to New
Hospitality League day Is told In a new book latest tabulation which ap- per cent of the total populationof York. Today Haile Selassie's troublesare

Tea TomorrowThe Arranges Party "published"Nowhere Else In the World In" pears in the current issue of the the United States and the same Another ship of the company still one less; the fleas bave't
% simultaneously
New York and London. magazine shows seven States, all States cast practically twothirdsof the Alamo is due to arrive 2 discovered his beard.

Citizen U.requested to announce Parish Group Children of Mary in the South, averaging majoritiesof the total vote which Roosevelt o'clock tomorrow morning from

that "the members of the I Sodality will give a Card Party WOMAN'S UNUSUAL JOB-Mrs. over 3 to 2 for the New Deal' received in b*a election in New York en route to Tampa. HEAR DR. GEKELERIn

Hospitality League extend an invitation -:I in the Woman's Clubhouse on Dorothy M. Beck has been appointu "sf while the nineteen other States 1932. dramatic recital of Dick.'u<

to citizens of Key West Thursday, December 19, at 8:00p. ed by President Bosevelt as Director >j c s s vote negatively on the question"Do The Literary Digest carries ri Subscribe to The Citizen-20c I "A Christmas Carol" '
1 I I of Rural Resettlement In the ll I table] 'n
now the acts comparative its current
to join with them in welcoming .m.Those Eastern states. She comes of a Ions ".: and policies you of approve the Roosevelt New issue showing :She State by State I weekly. I II Sunday Evening at j
winter visitors at the tea to be]I, in charge announce that line of Indiana farmers and has the First Presbyterian Church
? Deal to date?" by margins of changes in the popularity' of tie total vote soars to the impres-:
at the card desired can be added of of
given Sunday afternoon any game advantage many years "The Southern:.nost Church: in
Hospitality House from 4 to 6." 1!|I played by those attending. At- business experience ""' :, _scant majorities to. over 3 to 1, as: New Deal that have recurred [sire figure of 642,711. j the United State

tractive prizes will be given. in Massachusetts.All :. since the previous' poll en the I. "These returns unusually f!iI
of the States from which same subject whih was conducted I heavy at this stage of a non-

Dance Tonight At son tonight. The affair is for f ballots have been reported so far,i by the magazine; in the spring election] poll reflect the country's!I

HabanaMadridHabanaMadrid members and their invited guests. with the exception of Connecticut and summer of 1934. intense interest in the question :

Dell Woods' popular 8-piece voted for Roosevelt in 1932. An analysis of the returns of of what the country thinks of the '

Club will hold dance orchestra will furnish music The farm belt States of Kansas -I another question asked on the New Deal today. HOLTSBERirSift
t Nebraska :Missouri ballot: "For whom did vote
Iowa, you
its first dance of the winter sea- for the affair. y'NEW II
[ North Dakota, South Dakota in 1932?" is given State by Statein SPECIAL OFFERPERMANENT

_.. ---- Minnesota! and also Indiana, Illinois another tabulation in the -on-

......,................. PLAN FOB FARMERS Ohio, and Michigan, are indi- magazine. Gift Please!
WINTER\ VISITORS ITo J Wheeler McMUIen, editor of The cated the New WAVES I
I as disapproving "More than 220.000 new ,.
I Oountry Home, national farm two Permanents
!i'I\ Deal by : \kf\ f about gJ 5 QQ I
magazine,' has devised an average r > votes* and eight additional] States, Special Sale of Christmas
a new ** for _ : .
ARRIVE SOON d4 t'.i; farm plan to take the place of 3to2. I a total of twenty-six," the maga- Better Wave and :, Gift. Monday. $1.50 Item oa
$5.00 '
the AJIA. Subsidies for farmers, Additional votes f coon. the eighteen ; zine states in its current issue, .p ale Monday at $1.00 inclnd-

By RED KERCE he proposes,, should be devotedto States rcported att week ,."join this week in the fourth report MRS. MILLER i i inc-

........................ commodities now 'Imported show a fractional increase for of The Literary Digest's pollIof 407 South Street Phone 574JPEARLMAN'S Madeira Napkin, 6 to a box.

CAPTAIN GEORGE RICE AR- down to' I _1 His proposal caused a sensation I the New Deal in six'Stiles and a New Deal strength; today. : Madeira Handmade Scarfs.
Every time we get In WashingtonPERSONAL Haaamade Bridge Set
i i i
decrease in popularity of the I I. "Now, more than half the iI
TO B.E brastacks someone places one in 15 styles.
Deal in the
chair. _-----.L._ other twelve. Union is represented, and the Manicure Set, 12 styles.All .
our I

JOINED BY WIFE that I ........................ r..a........... I ama The this initial week returns show a from 2 to 1 Ala-ap- j Inc. +I I kind Serving of Set*Win. andLiquor
An anthropologist reports
COMING EVENTS : proval of the "acts and policiesof 1 1 r i
the human brain has not increased: MENTION I "Qualify Shop" Handmade Imported Wooden
Mr. and Mrs. Charles: Bisgrove in size since the days of Neanderta : ........................ the Roosevelt New DeaL" The : PRE-HOLIDAY SAVINGS ON Beaded Bag ia color
!' ....................... I balloting in Colorado is almost'I I HIGH GRADEFOOTWEAR I MAKE THIS STORE I j Bathmat in assorted tize
of Fairview Village Ohio have We never had thought I,
I I .1 I DECEMBER 14 the reverse with nearly a 2 to 11' YOUR CHRISTMAS : and color.
completed arrangements to spend that a swelled head was due to Judge Jefferson B. I
brain who has been, spending while Monroe "Broadway Melodyof vote against the New Deal. SHOPPING HEADQUARTERSWe [ i I Silk Kimona and Pajamas.

the winter in Key West and ex- expansion. Miami on business matters a is ex '! 1936" with Jack Benny and The first 13,175 votes from I are more than prepared I i End Table and TraEnrythi.c ,.*.
pect to arrive in Miami, Decem- : Eleanor Powell. Connecticut indicate' that 72.21 Our entire stock marked at to take care of all your re- i I
Boxed FREE-
to return West
Many politician stays up a pected to Key to- -
ber 22 and in Key West the fol- a I'' Palace-"Accent on Youth" per cent of the voters there are special low prices and all Win- quirements hundreds o f I
tree trying to keep his ear to the morrow over the highway. be sold before OTHER GIFT SPECIALS ON
: ter Shoes must
lowing day. A check was received with Sylvia Sydney and Herbert dissatisfied with the Administra Novelty and Practical Gifts are I
" today by the WPA housing department ground. Marshal. tion's policies. Indiana is shown Christmas. Suedes, Combina- Stanley Saunders, first assist-:I returning initial bal tions Pumps, Ties. Straps. meet present conditions. i Madeira Pillow Canes regular
ins accommoda- an 34,991
tions. ;;ring : It is a task for us to under-] ant keeper, and B. H. Lone second!| Pena's Place-1:30-5:30 P. M. lots of which 40.67 cent are High and Low Heels. Black, FOR LADIES: Negligees : $1.98, at .____...._m_- 11-50
stand why men will run from assistant at Tortugas lighthouse,!|The cocktail hour. I Brown. Green, Etc. : Pajamas regular $%.60, on sale
Paul Kinderhook marked for the New Deal and Pajamas, Hose, Robes,
Farms, Ncw Judson York of and his family women and some into debt. arrived yesterday for their reg-!i!i Duval Street-7:00 until 9:36 59.33 per.cent against it. SEE OUR SHOES BEFORE Gowns, Dance Sets, Bedroom at _.... ____.__u.*______. $1.98

have negotiated: to arrive in ular quarterly vacation in Key P. )I., The Promenade. The first batch of the ballots BUYING Slippers, Handkerchiefs, Etc. I Handmade Bridge Seta, regular -

Key West about January 15, to The Post Office Departmentnow West with their families. I' Cuban Club-diZO P. M. John- from :Maryland] totaling 17,893. I BEAUTIFUL LINE SILK FOR THE HOME: Towel $1.95, for ....__ $2.98
that turtles HOSE $1.98 Table ....., on salt;
remain for the rest of the win- says baby may ny Pritchard's second:: week-end show the electorate there divided Sets, Bridge and LuncheonSets
I for .._______.... $1.50
mails. This Monday
be sent through Hosiery to match Shoe --
ter.. _These visitors will occupy Don Lewis, prominent businessman dance. approximately 2 to 1 in opposi- every Cocktail Sets, Pillows, t

the Robert Austin home on Eagle I leaves what us a spot mail blank clerk for would an answerto say if of Indiana, was an arrivalover I'' Raul's-10:00 P. M. The Recreation tion to the New Deal. make in the a that Silk you Hose are sure will broidered Silverware.Pillow Bed Spreads Cases, ,Sheet Em- ;; $1.50 for. Readymade._._ ..._..u___.___..Curtain-$1.00
Avenue. the highway yesterday morn Benefit Michigan polls 23,361 votes in
Department's II
will be Tablecloth and
craze" was always appreciated. and Case Sets, Italian and Sets Napkinto -
Captain George T. Rice, U. S. i a "send a turtle chain ing, is meeting with friends today Dance. DeI! Woods' Orchestra. its first return which'evidence a Chinese Cut Work Linen Etc. 't Match, on safe at. $2.95 I
A., retired, arrived this morning inaugurated. I and will leave on the return Bayview Park-2:00 P. M.I ratio of 7 to :3 in opposition to i $3.50 Two-Tone Blanket-

from Miami on the Coast Guard I I II trip tomorrow. !I Football the New Deal. The initial returns -I DRESSES AND OVERCOATSFor (INOVELTIES: Bedroom and 1 I for .____..---.,----.._...__.. $2.95 !
Cutter Saukee and will remain And. as well-known movie star: I! game. from North Carolina which Ladies, Miie and Desk Lamps Manicure Sets $2.50 Axnunster Run on salt- I

for several months. Mrs. Rice I recently in an interview said: Roland Craig, proprietor of' Pena's Place-10:00 P. M. i Children Chromium Cocktail Sets Wine I I at $1-98 1 f

will join the: r'plain within the Yes, marriage is a great institution several business places on the Dancing and the best mixed 'I You will be pleased when Sets, Perfume Sets and hun- I $5.00 Silk Bed Spreads at 3.95\
reds of other Items. ,
I !in fact no mother and father drinks. I you see our Beautiful DRESSES Novelty : New seven-piece Bolster! Bedspread .
next few reeks. They will Oc- ; CARD PARTY
Florida Keys, who was in Key I Come and See.
I and COATS just arrived Sets, on sale MV>n-
should be without it. Bayview Park-2 P M. Football
cupy tie} A. .C. Elgin home on ;I I'I'I West yesterday on business, left Auspice Parish Group, J'I I in time for the holidays. FOR MEN: Ba\h,, Robes, !S day at .._.. ,..... __..... $4.95

Eaton street. : who think themselves by plane in the afternoon for Miami -' game. Children of Mary Sodality i Every one must be sold before Ties Handkerchiefs. Belt Sets, Colored Border Sheets! and-!

Many j I WOMAN'S CLUBHOUSE Christmas regardless of their Socks, Pajamas, Military Sets Pillow .Case Sets regular;
politicial timber are only poison I ,-- !|i SUNDAY DECEMBER 15Navy value. Tie Racks, Etc. I $1.98, at _.__.__ ..._. ". __ $1.50
MS. KATIE PENT Thursday, 8:00 P.
I ivy wines. Yard 1:00 P. M. Swim- ; We are now showing a magnificent -
Nina WPA -
Ryder Johnson EACH PLAYER ..._ .__ 25e CLOSE OUT ON SILKS SPECIAL SALE ON DRESSES I line of Negligees and

And, we have been recently con- district supervisor of intake and ming. Novel weaves in all colors AND COATS MONDAY Tea Gowns in Silk Crepe.
DIED YESTERDAY certification, Miss Maudie John-!!I Navy Ball Field-3:00 P. M. and several] different fabrics. Crepe Back Satin, and Jap-
fronted with much embar-
grave son and Miss Alice Jones, left by, Baseball game.Vehement We must close them out to Closing out all Winter Ready- anese Silk, priced from
!resment, working our way throughthe : make room for other newsilks to-Wear. Take advantage! Buy
plane yesterday for a business PALACESylvia hu ._ no__ $2.95 to $8.95
school of experience not even conference in Miami.CHRISTMAS I I Republican leaders I special 50c your outfit before Christmas at SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS -
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE! with a few of the latest magazinesto who Sidney-Herbert Marshalliin per yard ..._ ___ .__ after-Christmas prices. Come THEY TELL
!: presistently are acclaiming and see.
I I GOODS exceedingly anxious REDUCEDWe SPECIAL SALE ON SHOES The largest and moat com-
AFTERNOON I Man never works up the ulti- :, errors seem Two Comedies SATURDAYBuy plate assortment of CHRISTMAS
j offer
1 to tour the country sponsoring a some very special
mate to boss his wife Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 15-25c GIFTS to make your *election -
courage low prices on our stock ofLadies' at after-Christmas
AT AUCTION SALEToys "flop. from i found at-
til he becomes too old to other- Hats. I prices. Come and see.

Mrs. Katie Louise rent, 49, wise win a fight. Jacksonville* l ea leg Hotel HUNDREDS OF GIFTS
BrmudaMeat Market
died yesterday afternoon 3:15: THE SEM1NOLEJarkaoavllle. Gifts for member of I
o'clock in the home, Number 2 Never hit a man when he's Wheel Goods Kodaks II Heavy Western, Meat I the family! PRICES that makeit I $1.00 to $1.50 sellers at 50c,

Catholic Lane. Funeral services down, unless you have him tied. and all Christmas goods for the Tender Waffle Steak easy to give! 75c and 8Se.JOE..

will be held tomorrow afternoon I kiddies as well as the usual line Beautiful Hand Bags, Negligees -

4 o'clock from the Lopez Funeral] Many wonder if times are actually of high grade merchandise 'will I Fresh Tenderloin y4y vE Pillows. Linens, Bath t

Home ChapeL Rev. J. :M. Gres- on an upgrade, or if the're I I I be offered at. Johnson's auction Nice Fat ?{-Gro_ Hen I Plsr :Isy+,, ,Robes Dance Sets Bed Spreads, -- -- --

ham, of the Church of God, will become so dizzy from sliding back tonight: -- -rf! 'Quick Delivery Phone 52 r F i I es Pajamas, Lamps, Handker-
officiate. until they can't telL I I A diamond ring will be -gjyen t. .- chiefs, Powder Boxes, Com-

The deceased is survived the away as first prize tonight," ir"is pacts, Military Brush Sets and
by -
> hundreds of others. Come in I ICHRISTMAS
husband, Andrew Pent George The republicans hopelessly arc stated. t '
; t. Powell and see our tremendous assort- II D. ARONOVITZ) DEPARTMENT STOREKEY
ti Jack. Benny-Eleanor
Spencer and Mrs. Gerald Lowe, defeated; even if elected. there's J ment.

Two grandchildren. Mother, not enough money left to give the I According to a-noted psychologist "., '.. -111BROADWAY- Ladies! Silk < | WEST'S ONLY DEPARTMENT STORE
Annie Harris. Three sisters. Mrs.1 that al-: husbands as a.rule are more -,. MELODY FloridaCHAS. Pa1.00
people which Democrats CKI'tcn, Manager'A jamas, special ........_
A. J. Stewart, Mrs. C. W. ready have promised them. : cheerful than 'wives.' Well, no' OF 1936 human B.hone-like Institution CLOSE OUT ON SWEATERSAt IS JUST AND MEN'S

son and Mrs. C. Cassaw. Three wonder, they didn't make the concessions -I Matinee: Balcony.,' lOc; Orchestra where .you will find year taalvldnal lowest prices this season AROUND THE CORNER CLOTHINGLargest
brothers Graham Harris. Murray Most every itme a person goeson I and sanctions. i 15-20c; Night: 15-25c, __r... ... entertainment a mat You will save steps and time,
ter of great Importance.A : New shipment of BOYS'SUITS I by. paying oar tore a visit and nost up-to-
Harris and Mackey Harris. the __ _
a spending spree, grocer u steel flrenroof nnildln locate ] Knickers and Long before you bay CHRISTMAS date line of Suits in the city.

pays. In the heart of the city I Pants. GIFTS. We have a gift for Blues, Browns, Grays and
WATCH REPAIRERAT 1 iP) -o- I Come in and look over ourline every member of the family
: mixed colon. Plate models
A hick town is where thereisn't MV'' .TJ q' Every Room with Combination Tub i, of Outstanding MerchaawdUe and at very popular price
... and Shower Bath. Radio. Electric .
.. .. -..: and .sport..w.. All sizes
Make ibis
to Your Chrut-
any mayor's proclamation II 1i I Ceiling Fan. Slat Door for Summer I Chromium Cocktail Sets

DUBREUIL'SDuBreuil's enforce something the people -'- n Jnvl! a t.Olf! }) L Mattresses Ventilation.of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Construction wltk:: mss Store Bread Trays, Cream and Sugar and ail price to suit any

wouldn't do any way. and Individual Read-' Sets, Hostess Trays. Coffee I purse.
TO OUR J fug Lamps. 'I -THE- Service, Water Pitchers, Elec- I

Wee bits of nonsense: Todaywe v. RATES tric Toasters, Waffle Irons, JAYSON SHIRTS
.1..1 Store of Fashion
Variety Store an- r)1t'JJr"LV nfjjI $1.00 each to $2.50.
were near enough a bird to ) 75 Beers Private Bath S2JMSO With No starea t. No wilt
nounces in this issue the arrivalof t- RVMBS. Private Bath ads Dainty Pajamas, Negligees .
catch him only we didn't have Collar. AI. with the
John Newcomer, expert clock / .. M a.._.. Private Bath _, 255 City Leadiac Ladie Store Gowns, Dance Sets,
salt to throw his tail. J starchk8
any on 14 Rm Private Bath a.MI. eBar are not
and watch repairer who will be Sample a.._.. Private Bath ....! I. APPELROUTH Step-ins from SOc pair up. :
at this: store in the future. declaresn -VTERY soon each of our / 3 r 4LICIIT ISCRKASE: FOR DOVBLMOCCOPAJCCT Men's and Ladies' Travel- I created equal Jayson'aare ,
.All work done by this store "Buying is a Habit J ing Cases. Manicure Sets, better. Select from the
friends will be receiving: I
editor. And expensiveone
will be guaranteed. It is locat- a very Bath Powder. Vanities, Com- wide variety of patterns and
too. invitation Wedding :and pacts, Jewelry and all sorts I
ed between Holtsberg's and the to out ; ................................................. of Pins and Clips, Ash Trays, : fabrtSf'we are showing for
Palace Theater we want it to be the best looking invitation we can: lCt.; t the new Fall season. $1.95
Cases and
Cigarette Lighters,

A beauty expert declares that I' Announcement t Starting Monday, December 16 Lamps, Pillow Cases and Bed Now showing complete assortment
the I
Invitation to
Naturally, you want your Wedding Sets.Large of Boys' and Men's
on the kitchen preparations shehes.can be found] We Now Have With Us very finest; :andthat is why we are invinng you to inspect our assortment of Guest : accessories fr Christmas
didn't NEVER MIND THE lADY Towels Fringe Tip Towels, Gifts Socks Ties. Hand-
say how to get the average woman -' John NewcomerExpert remarkable I Lne of genume Steel Engraved Wedding Invitations Luncheon Sets, Cocktail Napkins kerchiefs. Collar Pins Tie

that close to a kitchen. |II ad'Announcements in the Favored Styles of '93)- s a. s sl. Tsai. from 25c to $6.95 each. Pins. Belts, Men's Brush Sets

I Watch and Clock Rayon, Candlewick and ., Shirts, Bathrobes, Etc. All
Every summer Paris holds al i Repairer David Garth's thrilling story of love Satin Bed Spreads, from at Popular Prices.

culinary exhibition opened by the THE ARTMAN PRESS and adventure. Follow it daily in $1.35 to 595. New Shoes for Fall in the
President of France himself. I I DuBreuil's Variety Shop f. New shipment Children'sand leading shades and styles-

514 Daval Street CITIZEN BUILDING f.J Ladies' Shoes. Beautiful : Blacks, Browns and Whiter.

For 1.000 years. until recent'I Between HolUberg'* and J THE CITIZEN Shoes at $1.98 up. I New styles shown every week.

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