The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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System ID: UF00048666:00404
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-For Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day to West Wire the b C !{e!, W est Citizen( t I most country ranf Key West equable; only,with Florida 14"wcathel an Fahrenheit, average has in the the i

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Selection Of Administrator To I CRIMINAL COURT IDENTIFY HAWK VISITORS ENJOY II WM. BESCHELL Jacob Baker Of Federal Relief

Handle "Work Relief Funds. Administration Pleased


Intrigues Capital PoliticiansProposed 1 With Local Rehabilitation Work

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Considered Matter Of Activities in Mon-
MIAMI MEET the session of criminal court Disappointed because it could Anglers in Key West watersare William Beschell will be placedon LINE FRANCHISEi

Unusual ImportanceBy today with Judge J. Vining Harris not gain entrance to Superin- having a great time these I trial tomorrow in criminal I roe CountyJacob

i days as the fish are striking and court on a charge' of assault and
tendent W. W. Demeritt's
ADMINISTRATOR TO GIVE AD. presiding, three pleas of guilty aviaryat d WALDO AND BENNETT CLAIM
I I boats are returning from the i battery with intent to commit a
HERBERT PLUMMER DRESS TONIGHT ON RADIOON I were heard as follows: : the lighthouse department reservation grounds with large and varied I robbery. NEGOTIATIONS WITH CITY I Baker one of the quartette -
<117 .\......1..... l'rr..) on Whitehead ,
street a catches. Beschell was arresed December of assistants to Harry Hopkins
hawk attacked beautiful peacock I Out afternoon with 14 short
a yesterday a time after he had at- I Federal Emergency Relief
Perhaps nothing intrigue the REHABILITATION I rancy. Sentenced to serve 10 and would have killed it had John George Gomez and King Gomez tempted to take the cash box at i MOST SATISFACTORILY i
Administrator It very' muck .
I'mind.* of Washington politicians at'l I __ I days in jail to date from the day Roberts chauffeur for the station were E. A. Wilkins, of Owosso, I Frank Roberts' cafe on Duval ,
pleased with the
I of
the moment more ha* whom I Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida of arrest. not appeared on the scene and Mich.ton.and Bluff- ''I street. I M.\ Waldo and Joseph Bennett t tI '! progress rehabilitation -
He frustrated in of Key West and
'' Emergency Relief Administrator was his attempt who so
negotiating with the
President will selectto administer killed the piarauder. are city,
t'I' and Mrs. Stone, booked passage Harry Sawyer maliciously destroying ful time and returned with an excellent to take the money by one'I council for a franchise to operate ,expressed ,himself to The Citizen
the "work.' I. I'' The wing ,and tail ofthe, bird I r
pro.pecth'epew; re by plane today for Miami\ where
le"l"1 Sen- catch. of the employes. In an effort to a bus line in Key West expect to <
Mr. Stone will be ,guset speakerat personal property. were sent to the biplogical, urjey I yesterday
authority ,The, catch consisted of two evade arrest he ran to the west, have it in operation within the'next ]
I a meeting of the,, Committee of tence suspended during good at Wlashington, C., bNAfr4!, ; e. I few weeks. j 1r. Baker arrived, Saturday by
The proposed ,$4,000,000 wahoo 10 barracudasvseven fine ern section of the city and was
One Hundred tonight. I meritt and hehas, just received 'a I This was told The Citizen yesterday t
co-ordinated .. authority v which I[.,. At,the conclusion of his address behavior. I letter informinghim that thebird mackerel, seven, groupers one of ,'. later caught by Constanble Ray afternoon by Mr. Wal.lo't t,I plane in company with Julius F.

which will be on Key West rehabilitation II. L. Lanning vagrancy. Sen- has been identified as Coopers uhich weighed 35 pounds:;;, and sev I' Elwood and Traffic Officer Al- just before he entrained,for Miami ->r,, Stone, Jr., Florida ,Administrator.
would be "with the ,
charged '
ordeny ? :Mr. Stone will extend Hal sections of mackerel the btto Camero. after meeting with officials
i t i iI hawk, one of the most ferocious rest city lie
l made a complete :
liquidation of present re-J'I an invitation to the members of I i j tenced to 10 days in jail. In the I,I of the specie of which had been taken by Uti-I i That evening he was taken by *,
the committee to to Key In the Deputy Sheriff to He said there were some few' the the work in
come j event he can in the meantime, letter is also contained Enrique Mayg progress on
of the sea" and the head ofa
lief activities and the substitution gers
\ West for a visit as guests of the I j ': the information that there is no I I Miami and placed in the Dade matters to be straightened out
I I. secure funds to leave the city, large kingfish, the !body of Monroe county, beginning with a
of a national chart for the giving | city and county. I Ii j record in the office of a hawk of i. county jail for safe keeping as it and some changes to be made in.:

of work" is beyond the comprej j!j i i Other Key Westen.ho willi j ji I Sheriff K. O. Thompson was instructed I' this species ever being as far which had gone the route of the I was feared that he may have suf- the franchise recently drawn up v trip to Tortugas Saturday and
+ mutilated mackerel.! fered injury at the hands of by attorneys but he was satisfied'
south De-
i I attend the meeting are William i iI j I to allow him to depart. as this before. Mr. some | concluding with a survey of the
he.asion of almost around ) excitable people in Key West. all differences would be arranged I
everyone R. l'ortepresident: of the First )I meritt has been requested to trap: These anglers were so delightedwith '
here. i i r i I National Bank who is a member I Of the 24 jurors summoned and band as many hawks as he : their success that they arc This action on the part of Key satisfactorily: to both sides at the ,| projects in Key West yesterday.

(j I I of the Committee and Mayor I yesterday to serve at this term)I'I can and forward the information out again today. I Westers was not feared becauseof next meeting. I: The administration has accomplished -
That's more money than any I'I the robbery but because Bes Judging from what Mr. Waldo
I I Win. II. Malone. there remained after examination to Washington. || Other large catches have been I:
single ever 1 i t ij Another bird chell was suspected of other of- said there is a possibility: of his a magnificent work in
governmental .
agency j i After the metingIr.: Stone j i recently came to made by parties of visitors. Last
has had at its disposal l to spend in '' will broadcast from Station :j this morning 14. The other 10|''an untimely end when struck bya week Walter P. Murphy owner I I fenses including an attempt to as-I I becoming interested in other mat-t: Key West and this section said
I! were excused for various causes.:;' sault a girl. I ten besides the bus line as he is i Mr. Baker and
one The choice of the man WIOD, }Miami and his subject locomotive coming south. Mr.\ of the Yacht Intrepid caught his : young progress is
year. This required a special venire of Derucritt Several weeks later he was J deeply interested in the city and
has received
will cl.o: be:; Key West. j a first sailfish of the season in I very pleasing.::;
to do the spending therefore i is outlook for he is I
its and
brought back from Miami by progress
from the of the bird
eight as follows: leg a largeI these waters. It was not a record I In
of the greatest I I I I i Sheriff K. O. Thompson, given satisfied there is opportunity for reply to a question as to
concern. a
I I Walter Anderson I pelican, which was found on the but was a perfect specimen I 5 1-2
Thompson !
WORLD ALMANAC 1 j i Advantageous! investments in Key funds being made available for
The only inkling came from j pilot of the engine. The bird feet long. hearing December :31 before .
I i
lLones, Mmtthew Gates, B. E. West.
Peace Justice Frank O. Roberts the continuation the
Secretary Ickes of the interior 'I was banded in 1934 and the hand Mr. Murphy also took a wahoo : ( of programMr. :
department after the President;i; IS GOING STRONG:i Brantley Vorberto Diaz, Lynn carries the number 347,031,145This weighing 70 pounds mackerel and r' and held in bond of $1,000 for 1I I, Baker said if the accomplishments -

|! Curry Carlos Cramata, Jr., and band has been forwarded others of the larger species including trial at this term of criminal,1 POLICEMEN FOR i of the future are in line
made his proposal. Although -|
t Leroy Roberts. j I to the Biological Survey by Mr. :: baracudas. I .
I I I I with those of the past !and the
he had heard nothing INDISPENSABLE HANDY REF. Demeritt, with the information' Sunday while fishing with William '
about his being slated to head an j), ERENCE BOOK NOW Before morning court was for convened the Januaryterm yesterday received by him in a note accompanying Wickers, Jr., off the Mallory INSTALLATION OPERA TO MEETFOirREHEARSAL I citizenry give their wholehearted

enlarged '"new deal" spending, 1] I I Rev/r W.,,J.. Martin, past r"of the band that the bird wharf" Polly" luau caught a fine support to, the. administration in z
agency, he addedJ i' {I READY FOR SALE Ley Memorial Church, offered aI was probably killed 'at"KnigJ.ahi king f sl1 1-2 feet,;weighing 38 I CEREMONIES BY Monroe\ county in carrying out the: .;

"We handled the other one.didn't .II I 1- 'I, prayer asking a blessing on the Key Fla. Ij I Ii | pounds. I' projects, he "can see no reason
''proceedings of the term. J ._ all the funds for
we! 1I The World Almanac for 1935, ----- -- -- --- ----- why necesary

What Insiders Opine I I edited for a dozen years by Robert i! I LOCAL LODGESFLORIDA MEMBERS OF "PIRATES OF completion of the program will

There are those, however, pro- I. Hunt Lyman, is now on sale I II !]! IOWA MAN SAYS not be forthcoming."
fessing to be on the inside of| as welcome as the holiday sun. ; j i f TODAY'S WEATHERFlorida ] Leaves For Miami

things who contend neither Ickes This is the 5Uth annual numberof II TEMPLE AND LA- TONIGHT AT HOME OF MRS. Mr.\ Baker left yesterday by
nor (Harry L. Hopkins:;;, relief ad-I this indispensable:; handy ref- KEY WEST GREAT ;: plane for Miami where he will entrain
ministrator will get the presidential -i crence book that answers a million j i I Temperature I : Fair and somewhat I TINA LODGE MEET JOINTLY SPOTTSWOOD for Raleigh N. C., and from

nod to take over this new I questions. A bright new I II FOR GAME FISH;,' Highest ......... ...........................75 warmer tonight and Wednesday.t AT HEADQUARTERS, ON PE- there go to Washington head
and gigantic task if congress approves -i cover marks the anniversary. Old 'Lowest' 66 quarters.
it. I I readers, of course, will haste to I. I i Mean ..:::.:.":" -'::::::::::::.:::.:.::::::::70 roe bu : p cs a? TRONIA, STREET I Policemen who are to be in the I Another distinguished visitor

They point to the fact that| buy it; new readers will promptly Normal Mean\ .................._.....CD I opera "Pirate. of Penzance" will during the past few days was
Ickes in addition to being secretary -r I acquire the habit. j! H. J. GILL WITH PARTY ARRIVING Rainfall gather tonight at the home of Mrs. Edmund Grice of Charleston S.

of the interior," is listed as!! To all of us 1934 is the year of !i LAST NIGHT TO REMAIN I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. I At a regular meeting of Florida Florence Spottswood on Simonton C., who has been appointed emergency
holding exactly 11 other jobs in;;: the New Deal. What is it! What [ Normal Precipitation .... 05:> Ins. i Temple No.1. Golden Eagles, street it was announced today. relief administrator in that
the present administration. These has been done! The Almanac in I J Jj ; IN ISLAND CITY FOR 1 I I .ThlM rrrwrd r.\rr. 2l-k..ur .crl.drutlUK ,f 1/A / I '' which convened last night at their. More than a dozen Key West< city where a plan of rehabilitationis
added duties range from oil administrator -j 122 pages rets forth the Adminis-I j ABOUT THREE WEEKS I Hi N v'clorL. IhU auralar.Tomorrow' f hall on Petronia street the officers ers will be included: in this chorus to be put in effect.
to membership on the I 1 tration's Activities: To Aid Recovi i I AlManac j' of Florida Temple and La- which is part of the opera. Theyare When Allan Johnston field representative

migratory bird conservation ( i cry. From the devaluation of the j I Sun rises .................- 7:14 a. in. ,* tina Temple were duly installed Joe Lopez. Claude $aI2s, W. for the FERA in the
mission.As 'om-I gold dollar and the nationalization Sun sets .m.............._.. 6:00 p. m. t s Jr s'Jre .. ( Cruz. Curry Harris, Edmund Curry, southeastern United States, was
Acting Deputy Mary
for Hopkins he divides! his of silver to the enforcement If it is game fish the angler is f i!: Moon\ rises ................ 3:30 p. m. j I The following officers were installed Lionel Plummer T. Gerald Saunders in Key West several weeks ago :he
"new deal" activities among five of famous Section 7a of NIRA.i i after Key West has all other''Moon sets ........m....... 4:53 a. in. FairJackonville Warmer f Curtis Stanton James Bur told The Citizen he had und r
different alphabetical agencies i iWalker i the effort has been tremendous 1] places beat says II. J. Gill, of Tomorrow Title to Florida Straits: : Florida Temple nett Charles Smith, Chester contemplation a program of rehabilitation -
|I and American should know; Fort Dodge. Iowa who arrived I' j I j Charleston in
Mentioned every A.M.\ 1>.?.l., Gentle to moderate northeast i Tessie Crews Past Templar. | Knowles; George PerpallFrank for : ,
Gossip has it in certain quarters. what it.is all about, what it i with a party over the highway last 1 Alvarez, Sidney Aronovitz and many ways similar to that' tyn'er:'
High .,.,.............. 8:42: .7:38 .;shifting to east or southeast winds Irene Adams Noble Templar. ",
that probably the best bet for mean to' him and what he can |, pight and will remain for about Low'' ......'. ............ 2:10 12:46 : I Dellie Whitmarsh, Vice Tem- Ralph Boyden. way in Key West., .
the job spending the $tOOO- do to help or to get help. three weeks.In Barometer at 8 today : and fair weather' .tonight and This week''is being given over :' Exclusive Program:
u. M., : plar.
000,000 "under ttye proposed new So far as history has been made I the party besides Mr. Gill Sea level, 3011. ' '' :, Wednesday. , j j Louise Lowe Prophettess. to individual'training) Miss\ Edna 'This being the fIrst city YrT the
set-up f$ Frank: C. \\\Jlbr. the day by day, its record is found in'| are Mrs. Gill ,and Mr. and Mrs. F. East Gulf-: ]Moderate northeast j Nellie Baker Priestesa. Smith, nrasfeal director; explained I United States'5n which'''such"}''ro

man upon whom President Roosevelt the Diary of the Year the list of L. Loomis, all of Fort Dodge, and Lo\\c Highest, t ;shifting' to cut" and southeast: : Miriam\ Carey Marshal of Cere this morning: The three chorusesare gram was"started It was. "deter-

first called to coordinate the the illustrious: dead the achieve- lovers of the game of pitting Station- Last Night I Yesterday i W'inda.i , I' .1 i I.'J monies. meeting separately, and in* mined that' Key Wes vrouli(( be

far-flung "new deal" recovery ments of scientist If it is fport- strength and cunning with rod Abilene ............ 48 60 I Miriam Lowe, G. of Music. dividual, when it is (desired are the proper place for an adminis-
in events wants, here are', Vi'KATIIEU CONDITIONS trained I trator to learn of the successes,
agencies: i| >; one reel against the denizens of being separately.
Atlanta ............ 32 52 Mamie Russell, G. of Records.
Not; a great deal was heard the outstanding: contests of the the waters near Key West. : Scores orchestra parts, and the or failures of the administrationin
._..... ... 6 22 low this morningover Alice Curry G. of Finance.
Boston Pressure is
publicly of Walker when he served year with lists of former cham- Mr. Gill was here two years ago .n. I balance of the music for the opera putting in effect the various
as director of the Executive' pions. If it i is, "The Market\ and had a great time. lIe decidedto Bulfalo ............' 10 20 the far northeast Ea-' tport, Annie Baker G. of Exchequer. have arrived, the musical director : and comprehensive' plans and pro

Council, but he is known to have'' here are pages of prices of stocks return this year, spend three Charleston ........ 40 62 1 Me., 29.78 inches, and from the Sallie' Roberts, Inner Portal. I also announced. From now until
I ............ 22 southeastward Ethel Sassnett Outer PortaLLatina jects.Mr.
16 Pacific States
done important work behind the and bonds, with a running comment weeks fishing i with Captain John Chicago I north i the staging of the play which will Grice before leaving for
scenes.: He moved around quietly,1 on their behavior. If it isj i Lopez, and do nothing else but I: Denver ___.... ...... 28 fi.t. off the.coast of Washington America Temple Noble inaugurate the celebration of "La Charleston yesterday afternoon,
1>er then suddenly disappeared from;] banking, manufacturing.,'! tion. .'aca-J(: Galveston ...-..... 62 64 j I the Plateau region, Salt LakeCity. Temple. be held frequently in order to about the project in Charleston! ,
the Washington to returnto mining, transportation, trade and :| i I: Havana ............ C8 Utah, 29.68 inches. High/ Caridad Toledo. Vice Temple. I have the opera in presentableform and had been immensely benef ittcd

his; private business scene in Newt, commerce, here you find them NEED SADDLES ON Huron .:............ -2 12 I., pressure areas cover the upper Grace Albury Priest. February 19. by his study and analysis of the
Jacksonville ...... 44 68 I. and Missouri Valleys. Ruby Albury Prophet. .
Yes and Mississippi rehabilitation
York. i all brought up to date. I Tonight's rehearsal will start atj I program in Key
It is argued that Walker would I, taxes also. :i ij NEW DUMP TRUCKS Kansas City..... 28 34 Huron S.: D., and Minneapolis monies.Virginia Alvarez Master Cere-I 7:30 o'clock Thursday night I West.

be just the to take over the:j Then too the man, woman or ,i, [ KEY WEST ..__ 66 75 I, Minn., 30.24 inches and southeastern members of the girls' chorus and
type Concha Inside Guardian.
boy who asks his share of the j I l (llr Anorlalrd 1're.' .) Little Rock ...... 42 50 sections Charleston S. pirates are to meet in the American -
The proposed "work relief" agency j j I million questions the Almanac can GLASGOW Mont., Jan. 15.-t i Los Angeles ...... 52 64Louisville C., 30.28 inches. Snow has occurred i Armanda Aguilar Outside Legion Home. ARRANGE FOR
task spending: such a hugej;1 I answer turns to it for facts on A western bronco saddle would bei ..._..... 30 36 I. during the last 24 hours Guardian. v I
sum of money would be fraught .... ........ i Eloy /flbury, Treasurer. .
bishops and aviators on office-i i more appropriate than the orthodox Miami\ .n. 54 76 throughout most of the Lake region BRIDGEOLYMPIC
with peril. Many believe the holders and voters, on scientistsand I seating arrangement for the Minneapolis ...n'1 2 I II I' in the upper Ohio Valley j Camille Arenburg, F. Secretary MORE PRAISE FORm

President desires the job be done educators, on dates and "disi !! new type dump wagons hauling New Orleans .... 52 68 I II New England and North' Dakota,I Josephine Vinson, Secretary. ,I _

with restraint, system and the i tances. on weilhts'and rneas- j dirt to the spillway of the $72i ,- I New York ........ 14 32 and rain in the far Southwest and: Gloria Aguillar, Guardian;

least possible how. |! urea, on strikes and old age! pcn-?, i 000,000 Fort Peck dam site their I I Pensacola .......... 50 66 I along the Pacific coast with light. i I Music. WEST BOOKLET I The Bridge Olympic that will
There are those who say :\Ir.:! lions, on the United States' :md | drivers say. Pittsburgh .......' 20 28 snow in portions of Washington.! I The Grand Installing Officerswere I be played by over 200,000 playersin
Walker fits these requirements, i! all the foreign countries and is j The old dump wagons backed St. Louis .....? 50 =34 Temperatures have fallen in mostof Grand Noble Templar, Mary i, all parts of the world will
i satisfied. All these and much II I to the end of the fill and distributed Salt Lake City. 38 :50; I the Atlantic States and along Cruz Grand Past Temple Alice Rev. A. L. )Maureau S. J., of take pUce in Key West February
STEAMERTHATALAJDUE !I more repay his starch. Let the j!. their load in a leisurely San Francisco .. 46 54 the east Gulf coast with light Curry Grand Vice Templar Ruby,,.SL Mary's Star of the Sea Cath- let, at 8:01 p. m. The hands will
children 1 especially have ready ac- fashion. The new ones go right Seattle .............. 30 36 frost this morning in northeastern -II Saunders Grand Marshal of Ceremonies -'' olic Church in this city is In re- be arranged by a committee of
cess to the Almanac. It will saVe down the side of the fill, 30 feetor Tampa no_......... 50 74 Florida and readings are be- Annie Baker, Grand Pries't ceipt of 'a letter from the staff Bridge experts. There will be no
I HERE TONIGHT Dad a lot of hedging on his an- more spilling eight cubic yardsof Washington '."" 26 38 low zero from Montana eastward tess Cinderella Roberts Grand j and pupils of Ursuline College trick hands and the play of the

., swers. dirt as they go. and looking as Williston24 -6WEATHER over Minnesota. Williston, N. D.. Guardian ofRecords- Miriam New Orleans, extending thanks cards more than the bidding will
---- j The World Almanac is published though they would end up in a M reporting a minimum of 24 de- Lowe, Grand Guardian of Ex-for'I the FERA picture pamphlet count. A fee of $1,00 per person

Due in port this evening at (. :! by the World-Telegram, 125I 1 tangled mass at the foot of the FORECASTTill grees below. Warmer weather pre- chequer Marie Russell. j I of Key West sent to that institu- will be charged.
o'clock is the steamship Chatala.I I Barclay: Street :New York City. steep incline. I!I vails from the middle Mississippi The Noble Templar was then tion.The Two prizes will be awarded to

of the Lykes. Brothers Line, from Price in, paper covers, postpaid, The driver brakes one wheel :I ( 8 p. m., Wednesday) Valley and West Gulf '''westward presented with a beautiful receivers of the book stated the local pair making the best
Antwerp. Belgium.The t I is 60 cents ((70 cents west of Buffalo sharply, and the wagon pivots rap Key: West and Vicinity: Eair to the Plateau region with tem- bouquet a gift from her children.At .i* that it proved to be very interesting scores one for each played.

vessel is consigned/ to the I and Pittsburgh), which is lit- idly, spreading a portion of its and somewhat warmer tonight peratures above the seasonal aver- the conclusion of the meet expressing a hope that( Those desiring to play should
Porter Dock company and is mak.ini ; tie enough for its 940 up-to-date load then he brakes the other and I I and Wednesday; gentle to moderate age. ing a social hour followed and prosperity would soon return to'-.communicate with Judge Jefferson
this port for a supply of fuel I pag-eS. For $1.10 The Almanac I another yard of dirt goes over- northeast shifting to east or I C. S. KENNEDY delicious refreshments were Key West as a result of the B. Browne, Bridge captain it u

oil i may be obtained bound in cloth.: board. I I southeast winds. Official in Charge j served. I I(habilitation program. re-I.j,stated. .



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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN"' Y. 15. 1935.! :


_. I} 1 tp t t t1lePubllahed TAXATION? Today In History City born at St. Charles; Mo, 5\.

Dally Except Sunday. By 1ils amlrror- I........................ years ago.Hugh .
L. I'. ARTAPrenI-. r. It should be everlastingly emphasizedthat I 1777-Vermont. then under
.. declared Pendexter of Maine, author -
the authority of New York -
Corner From C.r The,.cne Citizen and Ann Building StreetsOnly the tax problem is every citizen's' problem I itself free and i independent'' of boys' and historical books!!,

-whether he is a millionaire or a I -t"-Y of both New York and Britain born at Pittsfield, Maine. CO
flatly Newspaper In Key West and llonro 1 ill under the name of New Connecti .
worker for violin student Mon years
CountyFntrrnl wages. i
her way to her home In cut.
at trey W,..lit. "F9..rida all seeond daaa matter It should likewise be emphasized Hollywood after four[arrowm 11'11
Kimbrough Stone :
In; months In a Nal prison r' ., :, .e. 1831-First passdnger service pre-
iFT\-si\rii' HUn that the tax problem is of greater significance camp in Germany' pending ta- k x'i ys' + r regularly on an American rail riding judge of the 8th Circuit

Umber .f Ik* A*..elatil P.ea. to the man of small means than I char tlfatlon of e.pl loa al e F 1 I.. I road-the Charleston and Hamburg Court cf Appeals born at N'6ada -
". ,l Press Is etclunUelj entitled to use ter- 3 3N
.fhn.13t + Railroad, South Carolina. "
tlon of aii news dispatches credited ts' I \ )[0., GO year ago.
r ro-laUC.s> to the man with large means. In spiteof
In this and ale. -
It or not otherwise credited paper 1
the local news published here. all the talk about "taxing the rich," government ] f I 1908-U. S. remitted to Boxer China Subscribe for The Citizen.
'HII"I'ION ItlTF! T. qme $13,000,000 of the
tone Tear ._.......SIMM........... .. ............. ........._____.11009eo subsists principally from revenue. I Indemnity the money used by I "
fix Months .._......._.................._.....____._ k : 'f
Ibree Months( _._....... .... .._.._..____.____ %.to derived from taxes on things bought by a' r THE 1935 OLDSMO- China to'r' educational purposes. .
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Une Month ..............................-..........------ .11' ,u . announced at I
Ucekly......_._._......_...... ..... .. .. ......._.._.._ .__.._ .21Altl the millions of representative Americans. ; I .+ the BLEB- New: York automobile 1932-Embalmed body of St.I

':HTIMNG: ItlTI! ( show January 6. Francis Xavier who died in 1552 TYPEWRITINGPAPER
The rich taxed it is true=
are r <
Jade l known on a".lie'atl..n. have created a aenaa- exposed! l r.sO days at Goa
!oJ.t'I"I.O'flCE; : but the revenue from that source barely bi tloa with allow vUItora. Portuguese! India. ,
All reading notut-s. cards of thanks. resolutions el The new car ares Mffer
Mppeet. bituary notie Ht etc.. will t.e cbree4 for at makes dent in .A. and roomier.. oWn I
.le rate of 10 cents a line I a receipts. Increased more 1334-Pres. Roosevelt a ks for
Notions for entertainments' by churches from which ; I
t revenue is to be derived are !5 i cents a line. I The rich are so few and far between, especially e. 2. comfort and added .peratinr nationalization of all monetary I
The Citizen la au open forum and Invites dlacua- economy On gold. |
Man of public IlSUf'S and subjects of local or general I' in these days that if government Interesting new feature 75cPackage -

:it lit-rct..... I but it will not publish! anonymous communl. U Cbe Wild IUd_"turret ........4...............i
confiscated all their wealth it would soon top" bod,.
-- -" -" be bankrupt without additional funds. to. Today's Birthdays Package of 500 Sheets

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN It has .been reliably estimated that' 20 ? .. ................ ....
per cent of an annual family income. of $2- i Lt. Gen: Robert L. Bullard U.

WII.L always seek the trut and print it 000 goes for ta cs. Little of it is paid in 3 M.Y. 'jOWNYn'2i S.bron A.,at retired Youngsboro of New York Ala..City.74 PAPER

without fear and without favor; never be direct taxes-and that fact has led to the VICTIM for eirnt long 0 x Y years ago.Pierre j 1\
month of one of _
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; erroneous belief that people with small strangest diseases chairman of I THEARTMAN -
S. Du Pont
always fight for progress; never, be the organ means escape paying for government. That ence.known little to medical Sally Lou sel | the !board of the noted Delaware)I l PRESS.PHONE

or the mouthpiece of any person clique belief should be thoroughly exploded: lloualey of Baltimore I I.. t manufacturing company,' born at I.

faction or class; always do its( utmost for the every bag of groceries, every gallon of She now had fuaf been recovered.:aufffrtng' Wilmington,. DeL. G5 years ago. ?i "r Cit1ze'$ a : "f. \

public welfare, never tolerate comiptioa or ga>pline, every pair of shoes you buy, is from a munrle ailment FLAME HAIRED Sally Virgil G:;Hmshaw of Pasade"ia:: . .t .qw
which made the nuu "lra ;jy1D'FRSFATS: In 1933! run give Increased Brown 17, eloped with CaL prohibitionist born at Wool- '
taxed. If rent home of the 51; ,
denounce and virtue you your part uncontrollable: <
vice and
injustice; praise ; stiff ? riding cemfort.-Itoth front and rear seats accommodate her alcter husband. .
commend: good don by individual. or organ- rental l represents taxes which the owner three persons easily' The picture She lived In the rear son,: Iowa 59"years ago. .' ,.... . -. .
stove- dhows Interior of the Oldsmoblle.
new aeA of an automobile
Iz ti i<(jrt; tolerant 6f dther j tight views and of the houfe must pay. If you take a tripon with him for two week. Henry Broere; president of the 1 I II
the taxes the Then married Urn brother . - _
opinions; print only news that will elevate a train heavy paid by --- -- .
Sally Is held In Jail I
railroads are reflected in the cost: of CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise as are her new husband

with principle. tickets. If you turn on a light, about 15 r1 Milton Murray Hoclunan Hockman. with and I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK -'

per cent of your electric bill goes for .41'' whom she ran away. OF KEY WEST
dote December 31, 1934.Comptroller' ,
taxes. x a* at the of business
Most war-time second lieutenants Call
The citizen eats
average as much 11, Y I It
have probably lived it down by now. RESOURCESLoans
wears as clothes and moves about as
and Investments .... $ 305639.43
much as do people without much larger Overdrafts ...*.._.... --....... 71.61
A from now most of the things incomes. As result it is this Banking House Furniture
year a average
and Fixtures .....,...... 33,082.33Ilonds
that seem so important now will be un citizen who is mast seriously affected by I of States and Pos

interesting.One wasteful Andit t sessions of the United
extravagant or government. I States ......_......_ 139,37068
is the average citizen who profits most ether Bonds and Securities 74,204.01

way to achieve popularity is to from economical efficient and thrifty gov- I Stock of Bank the Federal_Reserve .-. 6000.00

listen attentively to tiresome people, if you ernment. TO CONVINCE themselves. that three persons could be COLLEGE EDITORS called on President Temporary Federal Deposit -
Roosevelt this week while attending a convention
comfortable In the front seat of the new OId>>mobDe. two 1 Insurance! fund J,954.01
to th'at; When these facts realized by the
care pay price. are at the nation's CapitoL A few of
girls and their escort tried It out at the New York automobile United States Govern-
American people there will be a campaignfor show around the youthful the President.editors are shown trooped I ment Obligations direct

tax reduction that will not confine itself '(" \\ and fully guar-
West might well stop dream-
Key as
anteed ...........-$832.744.73
ing and get busy with its natural resources; to pretty speeches, but will get re- --- -. ._--- i Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1,327,913.70
---- - - - -- --- -
develop them and they will grow mightily. sults. : ....... oaooo.oi.. CAUSE FOR, DIVORCE $,1,8$8,235.73

AN HONOR CODE Today'sAnniversaries LONDON-Alfred Azner of Capital ,_...--. .:.-.--- - .. ----* 100,000.00Surplus
Psychologists say that every person I and Undivided Profit ...._..._ &5>0 ?.*%
has three characters-that which he exhibits -- DAYS GONE BY I I this city was granted: a divorce I Circulation .w .. 100.000'.Ol'

: stories told of bwcausa hm wife had concealed ...JT-........... ...... .. 1.633.228.37
Many interesting are I Deposits - - -- :
that which he actiu' ,J'j' has, and Happenings Here Just 10 Year ..............e.o..aao.. : i
that which he thinks he has. the honor code at Washington and Lee Ago Today A* Taken Ftom I 1G22-Moliere, great French from been convicted him the fact of bigamy.that she had .I $1,888,235.79PAGE

University where it was established by The File Of The Citizen t dramatist: burn Dud Feb. 17, --' --

General Robert E. Lee when he became I 1673. I I I
Crime ha been blamed, at times on I t'lllllilllllllllAfi.I.'II'd.irJi
)president of the school in 1867. If you want to catch a tarpon -
the war, the newspapers, the movies, prohibition No supervision of students is exercised come to Keyest, and you will. 17 1C-Philip Livingston.cw' | r .
-why doesn't some one think of This was raid by a visitor this'! York signer of the Declaration of i i.I .
blaming it on the criminals? : during examinations. yet cheating is vir- rooming who has fished for nine! Independence, who sold part of (' -
,'tually unknown. Nothing is locked up years on the east and west coast.his property to sustain public credit ':j I JANUARY I

J: about the institution; books articles of and never caught one until he in the darkest days of the Revolution I,
A novelist makes a hero say: "WhenI landed here. Thorn W. Miner born at Albany N. Y.I/i I
and all sorts of left
property are another visitor who tried for a Dud l June 12. 1778.17.44Ebenezer j 11
gaze upon your face time stands still. anywhere with the assurance that they will long time to get one at Long Key II

And the heroine may have wondered not be disturbed. fishing camp was unsuccessful ) :
Hazard bookseller I
whether he meant her face would stop a i until he fished in those waters PAINT SPECIALS I
clock. Several students help to pay their expenses and shortly after he went out and first postmaster ofew I'I
York appointed by the Continental -
by selling sandwiches candy, caught a beauty. !Mr. Miner is a' Congress Federal Po tmast'r.'
apples and the like but the sales: are made guest: at Casa Marina and yes- editor
General from 1782 to 1789 ;
P. E. the Tampa Tribune quotes terdayent out with Elliott Patterson -|
Byin without the presence of clerks. The born in Philadelphia Died
of Fast Orange:, N. J., and
he sciejitlfi t( EactjiCh'at the lady mosquito articles forsale are displayed with price Key West, here visiting his fatty there, June 13, 1817.! j I SHERWIN VILLIAbi5 METROPAL1IER flAT OR GLOSS. . .

the gentleman coos uitb'is: no gentleman: .orate I placing their money in the cash box. Dur- :and caYf} jU t,lots\ of.f, jsh;while haVing :; Lefferts, m-j l WEALTH FLAT WHITE : .
and and
\\puld' carryi tjjem fur, \'r. :The.woman irrf('one ,football game more than $125 great>port. \entor builder in the engineer field of, pioneer tt>lt'graphY.1Lorn I}I PAINT: 1 Gallon Cans" $1' 50' ,

Always pays. .v ,A : i 1.Nerts j 1. I vvorlh'; { of lapel buttons were thus bpught 7" at Brookljn, N, 1. Died '! Gallon Cans at .......-...-. .-..... . ,
For" tnftcleTteUrtion; of thoSe I In 1
; _J. r and,'paid for without the supervision of Key \,. who f hive bet1 raY' I July 3, 1870.- t, per gallon .._____:_. $1.90, .. i

to the newspaper* man, who; anyone, except that when the box was ing thai t*'the.reason: work has not II 1821-John Cabell Breckin- ..: 1 1. Gallo cans, 80': .

wraps his paper <-o tight a shoe horn has filled with bills a passing professor placeda Concha been pushed is because on the the bonds Hotel have La J'idgeKentut'ky lawyer congressj: j..: In 5 Gallon Cans $1 75 at .......-.-...-...-.-..... Cper

to be used,to open it up.TimesUnion.The weight on them to keep them from blow- not been. :;sold.' let this truth be ,; man, Vice President of the U. S. gallon --___-.. a
U. S.
before the Civil War
wrapper boy of The Citizen is swelledto ing away. graspetl.I:: The entire issue of just Confederate general and

mental and physical turgidity since you New students are thoroughly instructed I bonds. 3SOQ,000, has' been sold. : Senator Secretary of War born near Lexington -.s

called) !" in the of the honor The authority for this' statementis Ky. Died there, May 17, '
him a "newspaper man requirements the G. L., Miller[ Bond and I : Z I L 0..1
code and impressed with the importance I Mortgage company of Atlanta.I 1X75. -

It would bo interesting to know if the of rigidly observing it, because, it is explained I I Ga The cause of the delay was 1848-Arnold B. Ehrhch !

gangster warfare in :Miami which finally this school is built around tradi- I, tracting mHl'ly a difference firm. Arrangements with a con-),'American Bible scholar born in A Sherwin Williams product that bas become very

terminated in the killing of "Skeets" tion. And the essence of that tradition is have Den completed with everybody Poland. Died Nov. 5. 1919. IOpuI in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the fact that '

Downs) would have been possible if Dan that "it's a pleasure to be a gentleman." concerned and the hotel will I'I -- I it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead

]Janlct'. the duly elected sheriff in 1932 i be August ready for occupancy by next. I near 1862 Chicago.-Loie Fuller Died dancer Jan. born 11, '; and Zinc Paint kn wri. A 2S1b can of this product together '. .

had been allowed) to hold office.SanfordHerald. OUTSIDERS CRITICIZE THE CHURCH I Io I II 1928. ;I with linseed oil to thin makes your paint cost for

:| unadulterated zinc and lead paint bout
Editorial Comment There absolutely
: are pure
1 been J
of the larger fish have I
is estimated that three out of every I some croakers mho so persistent1 j I caught. $2.20 per gallon: Th, paint you get compares with pre-

Advertising, like all other things is five Americans stay' away from church: 1 predict business disaster that I --.1 j j.1 pared paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.
their fore.11 11I
they are unhappy l. !
subject to discussion. It often fails but Of course, we do not believe this is true.I ca lS "do( nol come' trite: Mrs. Laura Huxtable Porter '

more often succeeds. When a merchantor about the people of Key West who are, i iq .- j 1 I['leader musician and widely!I I
T | known u an entertainer, Is due '
a manufacturer spends money for pub- I a general way, of a religious type Well:it has'been all settled and j i i I to arrive in Key West next week'I IMPORTED! ELECTRIC i.iCHT BliUIS-t5 .to 60 Watt

licity he wants results. If the business I That there L 3 criticism, of':ihe chufrB) (f l}fa ed Marvels J showed that.: and will appear at the White

world did not get results the habit of advertising I today is apparent. That Pract tit allY all of they players' were than far the abler Public;IS baketbaUJ Utilities' street entertainment High School will auditorium.The be I'

would pass out overnight.The it comes from the three-fifths on the outside quintet by beating the latter club under the auspices of the Wom given I 2forl5c

is practically certain. Very few peo- last night by a score of 27 to 22. an's Club. i -

dead line for the purchase of ple in the churches criticise them. They I i

automobile licenses is this week with i I know what they are doing. The prevailing weather todayis i A Ford truck in which several:I II I
I the kind that local fishermen young boys were riding collided
the usual announcement by the governorI I I It is an easy matter to stand on the hAve been wishing for for the I with a street car about noon to-! South FIoriAa ontractiq & ngeeiingCo.

that there still be no days of grace, and as street corners on Sunday morning and tell past two weeks. Even the private j'iday. The accident occurred on I S

usual the days of grace will be granted. I the idlers what the preachers ought to do. parties which went out today returned {.Duval street opposite the,* Elksi ] Phone 596 Wblte aiel EJiia Sfree ti
with large catches and the i Club. John Roker one of the: .
You may lay to that as the sea-faring man ,\ It is quite a bigger job to get inside the regular fishermen report kingfish riders on the truck received slight "Y die ia pro rthy of the! blot"

says. However as usual the lawabidingcitizen church and help do it. Remember this the running in great schools. Local I brui ('s. The truck was badly I '

will pay the tax, and ride with an I' next time you hear some self-called freethinker folk fishing from the docks have damaged, two of the wheels" : SV'III.lIIIIIJllTlll.6IIIIII.lII.lllj
been taking a large number of allLinda I climbing to the running board of,
easy conscience. talk about the church, or religion! and in some instances many,I the car. I

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LEGALS ..... .. ... .

I. tttftSftX! ,. LKfiAI. .NOTICE Classified i i ColumnFOR I

'. Pursuant\ to Chapter 158)1. La11J'of
Florida) the undersigned will\ re-
By VICTOR BRlbCES ': f'fve.nruil 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday. .........................,.........................
January 39. 193, at the
--- Governor's Office in Tallahassee RENT PERSONALS
Florida. sealed offerings of maturedor .
It Vxor1s : M.lly O'Drl ., each sIde of vrblch the tide was beatteg : [' immature Road and Urldge.

Yickoir J'WIt'' rnNca., 'Dr,. 'b.J"rll idler JDr4JlCal.ulil 0prottpE 1.0" i In a rnioU'cr: of dirty-looking iRond I Highway Ferry, or Refunding ]ROOMS AND APARTMENTS ESTHER I'VE FOUND the dandiest -
-$rnuU.0/" es::!,ct.,,,..,.. qr.l 3 Uaroaor4J1 p. Jrrrtl'! .. froth. It iris :an! ugly enough place Inall . IT).'.. 1013 Southard street way to r@dut'l'-jut chew

tclei If#" to ,.,., tract of a conscience. All ofle-1'lrigl! submitted :MUST RE dec22-lmox Wrigley's Double Mint when

/ormuto,'!of I /,i tchsm front :mnltr Iall!, bi J7pidbborie AVt "Stand: by for the Jib sheet," ., -- Ql'KXT FIRM: FOR TO THR TEX lUTE PAYS OF you're hungry. Dorothy.

j..., kna been tugvitfil. I'cttr tir- shoutcJ Jerry.As ING. I. e.. through February 9 VHSt-1 SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW. janlS-ltx
lofT enl kit ttitstrupiiloui paio a>*ova he spoke he thrust over the I ...................i.. )1 fToday's -I and must state full name All modern conveniences.
*( IU. 10'1 mt In. aktl Oriof DEFEATS TOURNEY scription of bonds, interest
tutottf trltrns tl.e httlt party tiC;:: tiller and swinging round on the : Horoscope.. date. of.issue, date of maturity and Bathing and fishing at your FOR SALEPRINTING
thr cae.T' it ffoi\J. They i other lack: we headed straight for price asked. Bonds that are In default back door. Frank
,,, .
t'K/O, ct loot-tint>>ii, tkr Oiborne firmer at cit I1ai.irf4g.
1 broken water on both sides of us. Thfe is one whose nature i* understood a price to which be the price price shall a ked be\ jan7-tf -Quality Printing tthe

r-. I and a blindng! shower of surf I for such bonds WITH ALL I'AST Lowest Prie. The Art-
Chaster! 31 splashed II 'ighi and fantastic. There' is i ITL'R DEFAULTKI OH tr: j"MATURITIES
up into my face. | IN I t'AID1 I man Press. aug7'SECONb
ARRIVAL At the I of that will )
Irstant spirit
I same my foot trod DIAMONDBALL'b elasticity J TACIIK1)) and notice i is hereby given
:- i upon something soft which to bit of rough !I that if any such coupons have been t home three bedrooms. two '
farmer's wife: Is probably :an ear you over any LOCAL LINKS INQUEST SHEETS-500 for 50c.
THE detached baths. 817
prior to "lt-livery of Apply Fleming
judge: by the protesting yelp tWt aLLY
I hss cf about ninetytwovUb I ) It is a degree of self-indul. I I bonds accepted andor; purchasedhereunder : The Artman Press.. aug7
folloufd.! was evidently George. WARD WINS HIS OWN GAME OP t HO'NOks street. janlO-12tr
wart on the: end of her nose," said I gence, which Rives a tendency tomere the face value of such-
I Then the plunging deck suddenly missing coupons deducted*
!erry."Tbats. 1 II BY KNOCKING HOME RUN dabbling in affairs. A certain I,, from purchase price 1\"n.b.: and offerings! FURNISHED APARTMENT 51:TYPEWRITING PAPEil -. 500
no reason why she determination of purpose will S i muIII be submitted on this basis.)
shouldn't b! helpful" I IN NINTH; CONTEST ENDS far to counteract any awkward, Everything is irP readiness for i Sealed en\elnpe containing such of-i\I Rooms and Bath Laundry Tubs, I sheets, 75c. The Artrcan Pres!!
g i ferings shall plainly state on its Garage and Telephone. 514 aug7
"M long es we\ approach the big match !
IIrotestcd'l BY SCORE OF 11 TO 9 m missteps. gulf between the fare that it is a proposal for the f
right way. I expect Reds, .captained by Curry Harris 1 sale,, of Monroe County bonds Margaret. jan12 i
tary: frightened her to and the J. 1 The right is reserved to reject' PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
: Blues captained J.
LEGALS by I any and all offerings or portions of COMPLETELY FURNISHED !
-Well you shall have first go" Kir hen aum. which will take offerings., I cards, $1.25. The Arttnan
laid he. "It that's: no good I'll see The Adams Dairy diamondball iRT.TIto.nn! OF ADMINISTRA MODERN HOME-Apply 825 I Press. auc1I
iv THK CiIft'ilt'rifT OF TUB pTWRVTIRTB lace next Thursday! afternoon at TION
t OF
last FLORIDA Duval Street. jan2-tf
defeated the Bees
my sex appeal works. ten Busy JCUIfltr. "IH- I
the] local links. i 1)avi.l Sholtz Governor, as: ['relll.1 t
r Bat supposing she has 11 to 9 Ward ST\TK OK FLOII- I 1 i
: nothingto night by a score. ('C IT OF Tin I dent
the I\ A\O FOR MOMIOEor The following matches have I J. },/. AUTO SERVICE OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
tell. persisted Molly. "What: are won his 1>wn game with a home Lee State Comptroller: asl]]
( \T\-. IN I'll.RV. Secretary, .! bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of
been arranged the first named I
we going to do then !
; ? in the ninth inning.In .
run I.KXOY llt'SSKIjUComplainant.! W. V. Knott, State Treasurer,
"Nick and I were talking It over members being under the leadership -Treasurer. as CARS WASHED, POLISHED fice. 6ctl6
last the opening frame Lucilo s.s. Farrl....nrr of !.!.... of JanI5-lt | Painted and Greased. No 3
night We decided that unless Capt. Hshris and the .
free ticket to firt. base at Ta* ('Certificate .lat-J I I I
got a > I ,I WANTED
something turns up here our best JOUX: n. STAFF and MRS.STAFF. t er named members under Capt. play and wishing to join the ranks' Fire Station. deel7lmoMISCELLANEOUS

plan will be. to get Into touch with followed with a single by Armando. - hi wife If married Kirsch)": i of non-playing Russell Kerr "Pro- j
Bethel then slapped out a and if dead their unknown WANTED chance to bid on
Avon and'let him know
bow things home the left fielder'shead heir!. de\lsees. grantees or Joe Lopez and Sam Goldsmith I I fe sor" Berlin Sawyer, 'Mud- | next printing order. The
run over I your
>tand;; ot '
pultanf .
tp\tu$ amount C othef claimants; and All claimant -,. ire/ strlo&.se: can't itMi\ be'U pfiobably) bringing in three suns for .'*'havlnK or .claiming an , . j Horse" Bob' Stowers and Sheriff j I CASH PAID for used furniture' I Artman Presa. aug7
the Bee outfit.However i'Inlt'r..t'.tn.t: property herein -,. < ,, I 1013 Southard streetdeel7.lmoi
Busy "
I . - K. 0. Thompson, are requested to''
described. / EdJi
i : v .,f'f Strunk and Willie Kemp I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 600
the Milkmen came TiS4eSd&ntL'. : I
s. Melvire Rassell and IKir hen- notify their respective captain so jj j Artmah2Press :
right back in the second canto to ORDER OF FUBMCATIOJ* .J. V <0 I I sheets $1.25. The .
It appearing 6y the sworn P.ill of bau'm. I I.f. j that their place may be filled or|: FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES Citizen Building.
I tie the count but the B'es'nt filed in the' abott ,r
the complainant '
I .f. Willie Watting iiCpfy Ifar- |I the macth re-arranged, it is point. II i juu27tf
one in their half of the second stated NUJe, thai the residenceof
frame.up The lead was short lived, the tlrft-nUdat. ,John R. Staff.-andMrs. its 1 vs. Lionel Pltrmmer and l Cha:. j j I 1 I ed ut.F ;| $WEEKLY and' your own
Staff, lus wife< if. marned. Ketchum. Gn n.J ay evening, begin&ngat dresses FREE for (demonstrating BENJAMIN LOPEZ '
for in the third inning the Adams I l< unknown; that he comlilainant -
I players went wild and when the d ws not know and has taut C. B. Jones and Horace O'Bry- 7:15 o'clock the losers in the latest lovely. Fashion 1 FUNERAL HOME
t lien aide to ascertain whether said ant vs. W. H. Malone and George 'I matches will have the winners as I Frocks. No canvassing. in-
dust had cleared away they discovered (defendants John R. Staff and Mrs. Ettablithe.1 49 Years
: Brooks. their guests at a dinner which I II vestment. Write fully. Give
Staff, his wife, if married, are
that five of their teammates
Key Weil'. Oldest
', '-. r I alive or dead; that if said defendant Lewis Pierce and Paul Mesa vs. has already been arranged. I size and color preference.Fashion .
I a had crossed home plate. are dead that complainant 24-Hour Ambulance S.nlc.Uce..ed .
/ I Tim Pittman and Sam Harris. Frocks.! Dept.
Mts: The Milkmen failed to score from does not know and has not keen I S-2393'j' Embalmer
I al.le; to ascertain their heirs deis Any member not being able to Subscribe to The Citizen. I Cincinnati, Ohio. | .
- .. z then on until the eighth frame. \ .-es. grantees or other claimants; I Pho.. 135 !Nitht 698-W
'I that believes -- --- ---- - ----- -- -- -------- .
a With the score 8 to 4 against complainant verily -- -
_ 44 that there other unknown
1 them, the Bakers got busy and having are or claiming; Interest persons i illiI .iT".lI.I.4T.lIII. ::.IIII.lli.IITIII.J1T. i8ff.P I

", persistently kept scoring until the i in the real estate described in said
s \ bill of complaint and described aa
I count eight all. They put
was follows: In Monroe County, Florida
over one run in the fourth, two I to-wit:

_. -4 in the fifth and another in the Being a part of Government
- r-lr'&e.ai. .
: Ix>ts 3, 5. and 6 of Section 18.

_ I sixth.Realizing they had better put Township 33 Kast, and 63 being South on of Plantation flange- RELIABLE! FIRMWho !

Key, and H more particularly :
We bowled along! :: brisk ly in the fresh breeze. across a few more runs in the described as follows!*
closing innings of the game, Heing the S. Wly portion of Lot
Cad& some way ot putting a stopper steadied Itself, and wiping the spray 1 according to a map of the
Adams scored lone in the
a tally estate of J R Finder, deceased,
on Mr. Orloff. from my eyes I stood np and took a
eighth to but the Bees paid being recorded in
go one up map
"I you're first of nelsnrround. .
suppose rlsnt agreed survey our '
Plat Rook 1, 81. Monroe
Molly reluctantly "though it would! ings.UfE! put over one in their half of the ("ount y. Florida Records. The TheirCustomers
Le ever eo much: nicer If we could same frame to knot the count portion of ground herein conveyed : Offer Service and Satisfaction
commences at the point
manage by ourselves." were in a wide estuary once more. However the Milkmen where thf'V"y boundary of said

Southcud pier. with its rapidly either shore scored two tallies in the ninth Lot 1 intersects with the Atlantic .
on by I
Ocean thence alone said .Id,.I.dI. .G.iSIAdSISEdI4I.IIIII.I.II..I.SIS.SIlIeSSsIsSSIsClISSsII.SI IIS.S.IISI..I...I.e...Sa
paling: lights was by this time well Hack and cheerless saltings. To the I to none for the Honeymen bringing ;

r.tlern of us.e' were heading south low-lying fields stretched I the score to 11-9 in their fa. boundary 356:; line feet.in to a the N. right-of-'Wly direction I PLANTS FLOWERS : .. DELICIOUS! i .

iiorth-rist. ard away on our left the away into the distance with here way of the ... .i. C Railway BETHEL'S : SWEET CLOVER J JI

Essex: coast lay desolate and greyIn: and there a few cattle cropping diligently vor.In the last frame, Ward knocked Company direction; along tlw>nc said in a rlght-of-N.. E'ly I I VflttS CAKES, and PASTRIES SERVICE STATION : CONDENSED

the early iuornr.! light. at the long grass. out a home run with one man way 200 feet; thence at right MILK

To seaward! the Maplin Sands On the north bank stood the factory on base to bring victory to him- angles in a S. Ely direction2iii > : AUTO SERVICE : ,
:; feet to the Atlantic Ocean; i Cocoanut Plants, each IBc ASK fOR' IT AT YOUR
already tared the
\vue : by rising -a squat. hideous building shut !'elf thence at Hunt angles alone the I i C CARS WASHED .. -
tide. Along: their treacherous edgea in behind a high! barbed wire fence. At bat, A. Acevedo hit a singlein shoreline In a S. Wly direction I Hibiscus Plants', each, IOS.25C : : CARS POtJSHEri.NEIGHBORHOOD STORE t:
succession! ot .tig: black conicalLuors From an iron gate in front, a roughly ann feet to the point of begin Boogainvillea- Red Par- :
or ,
two times Howard, two : GOOD GULF GASOLINETOP
up. ning. The last m.nUon.fIooun"ary I' : Same
: dlp?"J eel swung amongst constructed track led down to a ) beach pie .._,_ SOt tt5 tl.0fl -' quality and weight is
in three chanches. Ward nnd a meanda C
tl Martinez, two in four tries. ,, I'I't Planti: .0e to |f-..00. : BATTERY :
the gulls cf.Hci3: !: and circled as Broken barrels and scraps of old Also! : The S. 'Iy portion of I SERVICE milk.

t'-f.rcli! rMortiiis: our Intrusion into iron lay about on the foreshore In the field, Castro and Lucilo of Lot J. 11 It. Finder's according KstaJe: to ,said recorded map k t Crotons each _ _ tic : : GULF SERVICE WITH A : ... .

their; private berating oi1nds.f'ccrlr.g while a sunken lighter. with Its had nine chances each with one In Mat Hook |, patfe 81. Monroe Turks Cap each --- 23c : SMILE! : DISTRIBUTED BY'RoSfi -.-.
: ffft" Inside, nad taking bo*s still jattlns out of: the water error. Noline and L. Lopez did) the County, Florida Records, -
and beginning at the point dozen .. *i.o : Our Read : -0- TRUJILLO BROTHERS
tie p.-eesttliia! of ,ounillns o-caslm- rotted dismally In its bed of slime. safe work for the winners. Bethel where .Western boundary of ? > oSene Cakes .

Lily ulth the bivlhaofc.: bowledcint The whole place had an air of Unutterable had 20 putouts at first baso. said lot 14 intersects with th. S and Pattrie are always, fresh! GIVE US A TRIAL : WHOLESALE GROCERY S

!; bristly: In the fresh off-shore depression. Score by innings: F. 11. C. n)".; thence along said\. South Rdrida !NttficryPhone Maloney & Peacock :Cor. .
boundary In aY'h' diree.tion : Fleming and Grinnell St.. .
wind. "Well we've arrived" remarked R. II. E. 1174 feet to the Waters of 597 CalWra. SL : PHONE 818 : PHONE 91 2 Divide*: and Tnoma Street
Jerry. "What do you think ot It now Adams! 035 000 012-11 8 5 the Ray: thence at right angles
Shoe urrnus. with its j! nlons the Waters of the Hay in ...........4..1..i........ !
BEYOND 'o'e seen it? Bees .... :310 121 010- 3 5 .. .......
a N. iriy direction\ 200 feetthence ; ,...............
nst* rjarking: the measured I I'm beginning to sympathize Batteries: Ward and Pellicier; in an Easterly direction SELECT SEA FOODS : :

AdmIralty nlle. there was little v.-ith: Osborne," I said. "If I'd been C. Gates and II. Gates. 1174 feet, more or less to the PLUMBING HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

lo bs re: n hrt a dreary expanseof : : I cncred! up here for a month, I should Summary: Errors: Lucilo. Castro thence P. F. In C.a n S.)'.Wly rlRht-of-way/: direction; J.wrab, Z 1'3.. : : INSURANCE : .

inarstaad.ow! and then a : cer'alr.Iy feel like going abroad." , Bethel, Delaney Armando along said F. E. C. fly right- y ene!, ail SteAk 2 l ft.Yellowuit ... ..:. 35c : : : 1.:
clamp of trcs rooo above\ the roof. -Ob. It's not so bad on a fine day." of-way 250:; feet to the point of .
I a Bow 2 IW. 25c i .
Nodine, M. Lopez, L. Lopez Howard beginning Said lot of land being on -
t.r Bunie l3olafJ! firm horse. but he ol) ected. "Plenty of fresh afr, notoa I .. Office 319 Doral Street !
their weatbcr-b'tten! tel iage. stand I rista.Vho. . ." Pelicier; home- runs: Bethel, about 6% acres more or Grouper, 2 lb>. --_ : 2k : :DtJRO( PUMPS : : .
I less.The 2 Ib _' 2Sc' .
Ward hits Snapper
two : Gonzalez *
tug up agcfnM! &e ombre! skv. only' "\ lives there?" demanded ; first parcel of land
iicimed to iatensiiy the surrounjir.gt i i1'1 Me I1Y pointing to a cluster of trees Howard Garcia; stolen bases: herein described containing 1U Mtto Ft.", 2 1W. ___ ftC : PLUiiBlNG SUPPLIES : :

.' : . . 1'1' nhol\t'll1al j a mile Inland. "It's a' 'I L. Lopez, Garcia; sacrifice hit: C. acres Also, :more On or the less.Inland known SALTEtf MULLET Rot = ,. : TELEPHONE NO.. 1.. ': -

}t ncs an appropriate! setting fcr ,:house of some sort; I can see smoke ; Gates; struck out: by Ward 3 as Plantation Key ned knownon LargeSiualectOy.Iers'! PHONE 348. :.' t ;:
it queer ats! rather forlornieiitifc :: ceni'vt.lr UI the chimneys." .(Lucilo 2, Delaney), by C. Gates Ceo.: MacDonald's: amen.tedplat 1 'a .
br of Government Lots 3, 5 and IT.r ,1M1i.
npcn which! we were em.tfUcdJ i -That's1! where this farmer Josser 13'Molina( M. Lopez, Tynes) ; 6. Section 1$. Township 6J cAi T. fours pRotydcTsKIagfili : rH : J

t'1.. l i, ht1ts.: ofl,7{ Jerry replied. "A pretty bases on balls: off Ward 10, off :South" Range :38 East., recorded tttmicd Rtsfauti

:Vo I:a.d. /\overjJ.--aout another" ,' lonely pot it is too. I walked over II Gates 5; double play: Castro to In Plat County Book, FlorIda.1. page Jiecord 101, 'Monroe a -i k . Mackerel : J9fJNC. PAiil. : PORTER-AUEH Ii tf. .

i'1.u miiri whr fl. with i sudden rest to hare a look at it l\tiTne! I washere" ; Delaney to Bethel; passed ball: follows\ : The Ilisterly' half4t , ..f'RfE; ;; PROMPT DEtlVEriY f a.i."Mr Beer -------- JS '
rui-e, towards SI'' l*>t :3 s having\ a frontage Itf 272 r.
Jerry pointed
t : a squat() : '
I {' : Pellicier; time of game: 1:50; umpires feet, fi inches, along the F. E. : : : SIt Counts bian.r..
$l/cular-6hsp: ; object which had: lie came round agalt ;Just'la time : Gonzalez and Lopez. C. n)'. right-of-way and a frontage LOWE FISH COMPANYPHONE coMPANY ------.

:Just besoni| .i.i-4iWe round a btndln I to avoid going aground and we I Standing of the teasm: of :tOO: feet, more or less', 151 : 328 SIMONTON ST. : : ------:-- 5Oc,7Scan1S

the"Thai's coa t. the powder factory." he I'II j Jetty.started bark in the direction ot the i Club- W. IPct.. along/:the two Atlantic and three-quarters(Hol'an. containing ......... ..... .... .. .............. .... :.........I..i.:4: 1..i..I.

Adams .... ... .. 1 0 1.000 (2 3-4) acres, more or It-IIII. Tbedivision
announced. "That I I m.- - .m'"- .
elegant-look! -Where are you going to lie? I of said lot being shownon Our Reputa60a i. rIpe :

place with the flit top: you'll !see it i! Inquired. Busy Bee ...........__m_. 1 1 .500 said plat '. I. '. : AARON McCONNELL_ ... IT WILL SURPRISE YOU : Attention HouseWIVes!

better as soon as we' past the i: -Right in the middle, a little Lopez Funeral Home 0 1 .000 as Also Plantation: On the Key Island and knownon known ped in every paeKale. 536 Flemln Stred. .

-t_ iK.Int-" T I higher up. There's a hard stretch Ten leading hitters in this loop Jeo. u MacDonald's amended S .' :: To see the PRETTY GIFTS fI It:

Molly Jumped to her feet and we over there on the bank where we so far.are: plat 6. of of Section Coxcrnment 18. Township l.otll.3. & and 83 of : U I : and NOVELTIES at : tire are now offering 3

both stared eagerly across the Inter. can get ashore at low water. When ) B R. II. Ave. South Range 3S East! recordedIn 11r THOMPSON'S FREE !
vetting water. ; the tide's out this place Is a mere Howard 2 2 .CG7 I'lat Rook 1, page 101. Monroe : grades ofPRINTIUi
"It will be a dead beat in." be drain." In ------------3 1 2 .667 Cffvity.' Florida Public Watdt : MARINE MUSEUM -
Records, as follows The
continued, 'but vxe've just bit it off I crawled: forward Into the bows 1|i Baker 2 2 .667 Easterly half of SALt 12. having!:: : Doct., : : AMERICAN COFFEE

nicely. There's a strong current. anJ where Jimmy was perched on the 'I Martinez ......._..... 4 0 2 .500 a P.frontage K. C. of 250:; feet along the DONE BY US : 114 \ S 324 M4iraret Street :

even if we do touch, "the tide will fo'c'sle hatch his round eyes alight E. Albnry ._......,._. 4 1 2 .500 frontage Ry of I right-of-way liD feet along anda the =Thing that YOU'l' friends will' -at-

probably take us over. with Interest and excitement Two A. Acevedo _... 221 .500 Ray of FlorI<1a.. And containing 1 WATCHMAKER. JEWELEIt :appreciate. Come in and ace.
"I shall be very annoyed if it more short tacks brought us to our m eight and one-quarter 5 : them
doesn't" I said. "I'm beginning to destination shout from Gopher Gonzalez 733 .420 U 1-4)) acres more or less. The ARiiAN :! _AND .ENGRAVER : . : 2Sc 20c and 15c lb.
want my breakfast." Jerry :I let go and the at chrJn.a I L. Lopez -.......... .- :3; 3 1 .333 on division said plat.of said lot being shown J| PRESS .' See Him For Your Next Work :2 Your next Lobster Crab Dm- :

I IMachin I .... 321 .333 t :ncr will be much moreS delicions:
We held on steadily: until a small Down came the maInsail. smothering I And it further appearing! from 2 ALL PRICES REDUCED :
red buoy. which apparently marked Sterling .... 3 0 1 .333 5 said sworn bill that the corn : i Bid. if it is baked and served in oar : STAR COFFEE MILLS
Molly and George !n I lis vol- J I plainant believes Citizen .
verity that each
(b channel bobbed past on our portside ominous folds, and with a final | of said defendants are o\er the age Hour'u: ; fo u-I
and then changing his course, light-hearted: buck the little yacht I POOL TOURNAMENTRENEWED ; of twenty-one years; that there is PHONE 51 j Open Saturday Nigkte 2 Shells. :

Jerry began to bear in towards the snubbed Jauntily up to her anchor. no Florida person theI'.rvll.'e or persons' in the State of ..................... ........ . .... :
lihere.. I in chancery whom of a would summons bind : : ..... ............ ...................4..............
(Copyright isj, Pmit PuWUMng co./ upon : S
As we approached nearer the entrance I said defendants or any of them.It I DINE AT THE
I ; TONIGHT Is therefore Ordered -R
that Mid
came Into \ew-a. narrow The SeagUll crew catch.. eight f "defendants John R. Staff and Mr*. 2 DPRITCHARD SERVE THE POPULARPLAZARESTAURANT
opening between two mud flats on of a suspicIous stranger, in the Staff, his wife if married andif
next chapter. t :
I dead their unknown heirs, devisees p1j E KEY wisi DESSERT
- -- -.---- I The boys with the cue sticks 0 ; \ grantees or other claimant) :;I : 'FUNERAL HOME
) Mill play again tonight. In the and all persons having or claiming .
Ice Cream
the Florida ai Interest in and to the real property -I I f are acctutomed to : : Royal Palm
I ERA and at the city first yes
PLANNING FORSPORTS 1 came, Esquinaldo and Stick- hereinbefore described be, and SUNDAY STAR
parks. I I ney will play M. Sanchez and I r they are hereby required to appear dining at Lomi. yon will fimd : : Dignified!, SjmH&HU mjeyable And Nor ltie

These events are a part of La Valdes. and Ubieta and McCarthy 'r to cause the on bill or of before complaint Monday filed the in said 4th S- THE PLAZA a novel gnl en. .- . : Ccn t"i : :.

EVENTS I I Semana Alegre celebration to beheld will play Ortega and Orta in thesecond :day of the February allegations, A. I of). 135 said: otherwise bill! experience. iSabscription $2 Per Year : : BARBECUES of all IJs

in February. Anm be game. will be taken as confessed by said I : : : .Bd..1 Toasted Sandwiches
strictly The first will start L defendants. S - key i, J. LICENSED EMDALSfER
amateur events usingA. game neat Only Sunday *
REGISTRATION BLANKS FOR It Is further- Ordered that this BREAKFAST : : . _
A. U. rules. promptly at 8 o'clock. Ubieta will
Order be published once each weekfor COLD BEER .
FIELD MEETS ARE NOW j Medals and trophies will be referee the first game and M. four consecutive weeks In The! LUNCHEON. 2 Paper j jf AID L ,..Ia.cflnICtI- .

AVAILABLE. r awarded to Sanchez the second contest. Key West Citizen, a newspaper published -' SUPPER
I winning contestantsin :
In Monroe County, Florida. i Badness Office Citizen i : 1015 BARBECUE
all Ubieta and McCarthy Stick
activities. and
Dated December JSth. A. D. :

Registration blanks for field! Registrations mart be filed in ney and Esquinaldo are tie for: 'Clerk(SEAL)of Circuit ROSS Court C. SA of"" UU'I:I REST .UNU't. *-I : Bi1diag : LADY AnEIUJAft'trLAZA : WUt4f *t Newton StrMtS

meet aquatic meet tt'nniand! I the recreation office not later first place with one game won by '(_nt,.. Florida.
golf tournaments are now avail. than February 1 for contestants each team and the -other two rS ,RAYMOND R. LORD. I SOS Darml StrMt : PHONES : pia' 848 'jlM; : Cm. .rrle

able at the recreation office ofj i j to participate., ; teams have lost one each.: : I Solicitor for Complainant Janl-S-lS-22-29 S _
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SURGEON CARNES rllllll',1. The average barber makes

about 250 strokes with his razor I(
PERSONAL MENTIONMr. Notice To Snbscriers
SOCIETY to shave the average face.JdmeenJnwieJ BARGAIN BUYS
:-: : : HARTWILL
REPLACES .......................a .
P! as. b. prompt la paying

and Mrs. Will Baez who tK. errl.r woo d.Unn your
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress iJ:\
were in Miami for a short visit, paper rk pay The Citic n <
'PHONE 752-J ASSUME CHARGE OF returned yesterday. I IS cents a week for the pa. Freshens the mouth &

1................................................ MARINE HOSPITAL TOMOR- per and sells It to you for 20 ..Soothes the throat *,
Captain Ernest Roberts, of the cents. His profit for delivering . I .

Committee Appointments Made At ROW MORNING Ferry Key West, came in yester- Is 5 ceaU weekly ea each i VICKS COUGH DROP

day for a short visit. subscriber. If he is aot paid I

Meeting Of Garden Club Today I liE loses. Not The Citisee. 1 -

'-- { Past Assistant Surgeon E. II.. -)[iss' Winnie Curry and sister, ,.lIIIIIAlJSOVIET tMONROE THEATER

Committee appointments were Hibiscus Irs. Malone, .Mrs. Carncs, U. S. P. II. S.. will assume Mrv: B. Finder, I Jeft yesterday' j ji Victor MiLaglen-John Gilbert,

made this morning at the semi-I Hugh Taylor Mrs. P. D.' Ilollo- charge of the Marine hospital . afternoon for Islamoradafor astay HOSPITALS CAPTAIN HATES THE SHIPBRITISH

monthly meeting of the Key West way.Oleanders tomorrow morning taking with: relative. ': y _t' i\ GUARD HEALTH IN -al\! AGENT-----

Garden Club held in the Wom Mrs. J. Vining Harris the place of Surgeon R. W. Hart ; .- } } -
an's Club building. The committees Mrs. Bascom Grooms, Mrs. recently retired. Mrs. Amelis Mendoza, who was J EASTERN SIBERIA Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra. -'
15-20c 15-25c
named this: morning will have Taylor. spending a week jyith ] .mother, { Night
charge of the annual flower show Ferns Mrs. J. C. Gekel r. Mrs. Dr. Carnes who was on duty Mrs.!Anton jo Guzman Ietta4es- (lly A.a..sd rr.'..

which is to be staged next month. William M. White. Mrs. James at the Marine hospital in Mobile terday' for the home Miami. 'KHABAROVSK, u. 'So*S. R.,

The Garden Club which is Adams. Ala., arrived over the highway Jan. 15.-Extensive plans have I Fish Birds and Deer Heads

headed by Mrs. William H. Ma- Wild flowers Mrs. Charles Sunday and has been familiarizing Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nettles left been outlined by the Soviet Union Mounted

lone decided at this morning's Falk, !Mrs. L. Finder Mrs. V. himself with his new charge. ,I yesterday afternoon for Miami for soldiers for protection of the health of I CECIL GRAY
and the civil
cession to sponsor a general cleanup Johnson Mrs. Ralph Milner. Dr. and Mrs. Hart and daughter -: a visit of several days and will return in this fast-growing section population northof I TAXIDERMISTFine
of Key West in order that the Potted annuals Mrs.\ William 'I about the end of the week. Work-Reasonable Prices
Miss Ruth, plan to leave over: Manchoukuo. I II
city may be spotless when the Duncan. 319 Fleming St. Phone 170-W
flower show is held in February. Specimen plants' Mrs. Andrew the highway Thursday en route to I I The territory has assumed especial .- Key West Florida
Nestor Recio Jr., left yesterday ,
their future home in San Diego, importance to the Moscow
Members of the club urged Key Miller. Mrs. R. II. Noble.
Calif. for a business visit of a few I government because of the prob- I
Wes! to exert effort to Hanging baskets Mrs. Norberg
make their every clean Their household effects are I days in Miami.\ : lems arising since the creation of 'I Mr. Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres
yards spotlessly Thompson.
packed and the Manchoukuo\ indepnedent fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted
at as
Clyde-Mallory an
I '
S nd attractive before the start Palms. Mrs. R. F. Lord Mrs. 'DOWN'COES
of the show. The next meetingof John Key. warehouse awaiting shipment to I]I Mrs.\ E. J. Wishard, Jr., and son 'state under the aegis of Japan I Home Site, Hotels or Apartments. Owner needs money
I IIdeal
the club, when further detailsof Rock garden and aquarium New Orleans and from there via 'Edgar III, who were spendinga I Khabarovsk headquarters for and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
Luckenbach Line, to destination. while with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'the Red Army of the Far East. .
the flower exhibit will be discussed Mrs.\ O. S. Long Mrs. William R. .
Schraeder left for the will be the chief medical center. for
yesterday Spot Apartment House A REAL BARGAIN-Water
will be held January 24. Warren.
home in St. Augustine Fla. A big medical institute including THE PRICE OF -Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet I front .
Committees, which will have Fruits and vegetables Mrs. S. MORE VISITORS property on Key Largo at

charge of the various exhibits in W., Douglass Mrs. A j. hur.: Fas- a.school quarters for students fronting Hotel Cat Marina, T a Tcrnicrt 150 feet, fronting Atlantic
Mrs. C. B. Williams and hugh I aid professors; ,, a MSS4nsivc4cterioloi'calt. SHAVING Southern .,.and Eastern, upoa
the flower show a-* announced torini. . COMFORT
this morning are as follows: Seeds,,Nr"t. A. P4Leithi.ScbooIchiLJriLrp.Ifp, 91.\ . LOCATED HERE I r ter Miss\ Ailecn' who wer, '' Mrs.\ A. A.Blenus, left'yesterday 1 t+ built here ata cost of $3,000- Listing NpA 73. Overseas Highway;.''distance.4J2St
1'General' chairman of show; 1 I #! Wallace lof t. :- > 0]
:Mrs. 'William Phelan. '. i'Bryant Kirke.TableSoJbreakfast.. - for tKe home in Jackson 0)0.) In addit$>n||lltf ieoqrmousn [a1Ti5L NONE" "BETTER-Entire block .feet, fronting road from Overseas
>spital is toe> ,.\reclea "by the !'
ville. i iKE jI Highway
'Cactus, Mrs. Kirtland Mrs." Mrs. Moreno. "! to water. This is of
'.Among the recent arrivals in fronting Yacht Basin: on'' North part
I _.:.__:..!!:! -i.iIi4CMrs. city.I
ClIffordC.: Hicks. Mrs, '.Trevor t< Key West for the winter season I r-rt ri I I _ _ Beach size 148 feet. 6 inches by *n:esUte that must b. settled:
Crotons, !Mrs.\ Jerry Trevor. ,:Tabtes\ slqncheoB\ \ Mrs. Port r. are Mrs. D. A. Printz. of Franklin : \ ,Homer W. Sweeting who Ninety per"clnt*of ltemale!f 150 feet. This"would be ideal pot .$1,200.takes it. 'Act.quick Listing

Cut flowers, Mrs. B. C. Moreno, .Tablep.dinner.' Mrs' Thompson. Pennsylvania accompaniedby was spending a while with her population t at least once, 50 for private home or' /Aparttafnt l 'No. 40.Corner '

Mrs. II. C. Galey. 1 Tables, patio, Mrs. Kirke. her daughter Arleen and Miss mother Mrs. Mary Thompson. at per cent of marry them at 22 and House. Investigate while 'the

Anne Glowe. the home 616 Margaret street price is right. Listing No. 132. Business
another 10 per cent at 25 yearsof Property on
Some time ago Mrs.\ Printz requested has returned to Miami. Ouval street. Owner offers this

Arrange Program For Fashion the housing division of age. Beautiful located home on North property at a great sacrifice. First

I II the Florida ERA to secure a home MVs. Ivan Watson: left yesterday r Beach, fronting Yacht Basin. $3,000 cash offer takes it. Worth

Show At Casa Marina Hotel .for her and family during the win-I, afternoon for Miami for a PALACEAnna Grounds cover half block with, more than double Don't miss this

ter season. visit of several days with rela- large two-story home. Property opportunity. Listing No 218.
--- Negotiations were -started at tives. Neagle-Fernand Graavey fronts on three streets and is of.
A Fashion Show exhibiting the ,will become very popular throughout I -in- fere-d for half its actual value.
once to secure a suitable residence THE RUNAWAY if) _.r'Z Improved property Angela
very latest in resort creations will I the rest of the resort country. QUEEN Don't miss this bargain. Listing
with the result that Mrs.\ Printz
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Renedo who street next to corner of Duval
be held at Casa Marina during the i'Leading local gown shops will Comedy and Short Reel ( No. 178.
u now comfortably situated in were spending the weekend with ('HAVING comfort hie sn alltimeIosvinpricewiththe- street. Size 99 by 94, 8 inches.
afternoon of January 27th. furnish costumes and accessories. Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-25c '
the George W. Reynolds residenceon relatives left yesterday afternoonfor ., )# Two-story home on Flagler Improvement on this property
The program will consist of Models selected yesterday by 1 I
c annouocementofProbakjunwr
Reynolds avenue. their home in Miami. consists of two frame
i Avenue ideal location one-story
corner property
three phases. First, a display of the Advisory Committee are: Mrs. 6'the remarkable new double-
beach fashions then sports apparel Mildred DeWitt, Mrs. Charles -- .. y. ,5 edge razor blade.Think of it! -juit the home you are!| buildings, one used for business 1
Edmund Grice. FERA ad. 'I looking for. Listing No. 245. 'I I and the other for dwelling. $1,600
,. including tennis, golfing Taylor. Miss Mary Louise Spotts- NINE PASSENGERS I You get 2) keen.sinootb.shar* takes
fishing, horseback riding and wood Mrs.\ Rosalind Palmer. Mrs.B. ministrator in Charleston, left 1| $ for the next 5 log blades, uniform in quality Exceptional Bargain-Furnished it. Terms may be arranged.

cycling costumes. The third part Niles Sawyer Mrs. Eola Swice- yesterday for his home city aftera oend .i.. monlh3/ 0/ foe only 59You'll wonder S home Whitehead Listing No. 218 A.
LEAVE ON PLANE f two-story on I
visit of several days in Key 7 bow such fine blades can be
of the program will be devoted to good Mrs. Janice Maloney Mrs. sold for little I(street in exclusive aeirhborhood.1I j jI Hero is a real home-Bungalow
the showing of afternoon dresses.An Isabel Ball Miss Mary Eleanor West i so money.
Probak i.the I fronting Coral Park and beauti.ful. having 7 rml. all modern improvements -
Advisory Committee composed Boyd Miss Alce Curry Miss Nor- THE'ATLANTIC Junior product I
J view of No better location 80
of manufacturing ocean. JI j jI ; rose trees or more
of Mrs. O. S. Long Mrs. ma Yates, Miss Alice Jones Miss Passengers leaving by plane Mrs.\ E. E. Stokes who was in I methods unequalled and matchless skilL could be found and the price i is in yard; 10 different kinds of

Lewis Pierce Mrs. Harold Bal- i Annie Lois Hicks, Miss Alice Rob yesterday afternoon for Miami Jacksonville for the weekend wasa MONTHLY This blade is automatically right. Listing No. 265. I fruit trees and two bearing grape

lou, !Mrs. Frederick Kirtland and erts. Miss Dorothy Cleare. Miss were Firman Effex Mrs. Gertrude passenger on the morning train .. 0 tempered ground honed and vines. Located one half block

Ralph Gunn met yesterday at the Rita. Pinder Mrs. Robert Kruegar, Gates, Joe F. Schuman arriving yesterday.Mrs. MAKE the most of read- I stropped-gives you wonderful Ideal Home corner of Fleming: I from City Park in a_most desirable
home of Mrs. William II. Malone. Miss Nell Rose Knight, Mrs. William V. Albury J. Lancelot your Is 4Pj ah.svinguzisfaction.TryProbekJunior and White streets overlooking neighborhood. Near school church

with Leo B. Warren Director of Chambers Miss Florrie Ketchings, I Lester Wm. R. Porter Adrian William Walsh before ing hours. Enjoy the wit, the and see for yourself.Get government reservation. Southern I j I and Yacht Batia. Sise of lot, 80

Social Activities at Casa Marina. Miss Doris Sawyer Miss Louisa I Dornbush Jacob Baker M. E. Gil-I marriage Miss\ Thelma Lowe, wisdom the companionship them today from your dealer. and eastern exposure. This prop by 90 feet. Price $5,500. Terms,

who will be in charge of the af Delaney :Miss Susan LaKin and fond.Arriving daughter of Mr. and Mrs.\ Joseph the charm that have made the ftI Pnbak Junior fill all Gillette erty is offered at a bargain and half cask. Listing No. 120.

fair.This Miss Juanita Mayg.\ Messrs. Ralph on the plane this Lowe left yesterday with her ATLANTIC for seven 1-five I and Probak razors on terms. Listing No. 11.

Fashion Shqw is expectedto Gunn and Anibal Armayor will morning were Anton Laadt and little daughter Patricia. after a America's Here Is yovrfr opportunity for Seven.Room Bungalow in most
be one of the most outstanding model the latest fashions for men. Francis Laadt. three months visit with her years most quoted derirable residential section. All
income property-Location, Unit.
successes of the season. Several The first rehearsal of the parents to join Mr.\ Walsh at San f and most. cherished magazine. ed street, near White street. modern conveniences. House in the I

special Key West creations are models will be held at the homeof Many Reservations Diego Calif. Southern exposure. Improvements :'belt of condition. Open plumbing, ,

being designed and will be pre Mrs. !Malone on Thursday eve- I etc. Thisji.a, .. real bargain; $3,.
For Bridge TeaA Send $1 (mention this ad) consists of two small cottages new.
sent at the show. and no doubt ning at 7:30 o'clock. MayorVm.. H. Malone left ly repaired and painted. Live in 500 take it?"" Term can be ar

yesterday afternoon to join Wm.R. to one and rent the other. Terms can ranged. Listing No. 91.
number of reservations have PRBAKR
Porter and attend the meetingof be the List
had and is
PerfectinPlans been made for tables at R price right. Unimproved Building Lot. Sice,
Committee Now already the Committee of One Hundred The Atlantic Monthly. 8 Arlington ing No. 49.
I the Benefit Bridge Tea to be held in 50 by 150 feet) location, Eagle
Miami tonight at which Julius St., Boston
tomorrow at Casa Marina for the be Avenue Meacham sub-division.
For location this cannot
For President'sBirthday Ball F. Stone Jr., will be guest -
Student Aid Division of the speaker.Ml UTHSR PAT..hrS Pttotsc beat-Corner lot, fronting ocean Price $550. Term can be arraa,.

-- Parent-Teacher's Association.This nest to Hotel Casa Marina paved I ed. Listing No. 92.

Plans for the Birthday Ball for handicapped children within the affair, which is being han- Waldo and street and sidewalk and sea wall I
Joseph Bennett
the President scheduled to take community raising the fund or died by Mrs. M.\ E. Berkowitz, who with -- --- fronting property. Investigate this Fishing Camp, Big Pine Key-
are negotiating
I II within the geographic unit of president of the organization and at once. Property must be sold. Size of property 100 feet water
place the latter part of this monthare council for a franchise to estab- frontage 400 feet. Price 3.
which the is \ W. should 111 No. by
community a part. Mrs. P. Kemp prove lish Listing 188.
bus line in
a Key West left
500. Terms half additional
rabidly maturing. cash. An
The other thirty cents will be unusually successful for the
I I Have installed
Money raised at the parties I yesterday for Miami and will .return you your- Here is an opportunity of aliCe 300 feet of water frontageby
: turned over to President Roosevelt is a worthy one and the work already
within the next week, whenit time-Two-story home four 400 feet adjoining this .
\\'lichViii be held in communities I I to. be.used by.a, national com- done by the organizationitself is the proper.ty
matter will be
expected rooms and kitchen on first floor; can also be purchased, if de-
throughout the nation honoring miijoa appointed' by" him for is more than commendable. I
f. arrange ., .. four bed rooms and bath on'second! [(sTred. Would make size of
General prop-
the 03rd birthday of Mr. Roose-: )widening, he'rese rch efforts Beautiful prizes will be awarded ff N.JltoARRESTEDFOR '.ElectricKrtftop .
floor; all n.o.rern1! fonWsnleneesiinstantaneouV'wltef I I't tertyxthen400< by/00feet.. Jake
nit,' will be divided this aimed t. infantile at the bridge tea. and the mod- -
year atwiping- _
I SPYING ; "'* ce,,of tha> .offer.Here I Lkli.gionJI.
following a suggestion made by I I paralysis" itself. : erate charge of fifty cents will !I electric p'omp riir: 'J..ita"I I : ;

him. At. his request embodyingthe I :The .local l,conttniUees: in charge also apply to those attending not I LOS ArNGEtES-HerbVrFdor- ; J part'of'Tri'; estate \\h1tl.m.st" ,1.t 11.

recommendation of the trustees -:I of the affair, which,will.,be held wishing to participate in, the' don of this/'city ',,:as': arrested'for' : fettled..Property in the beat of 1 "is a7 Real l Snap i th",Wafer

of Georgia Warm Springs;'I at..the Country Club, are working games but taking advantage'. of spying! .from: !'a castle I 't.tbwer'J: :'on 4 ''>' ' ;T condition, and $1,800 .ftakes'; !'(Front Property In business'section

Foundation no part of this year's like beavers to perfect,their plans,: the tea service. I nude women taking' sun baths\""in. ; : Kemgerator/r ? lie .. Worth.,,double. .Lktiago.. , 1.f the city-Size 134 by 216:feet.

funds will go to that institution. I and it is expected that this year's Those desiring to reserve fur- the grounds of a sanitarium. 'F 264. 1 i Machine ahop and lumber! shed.,?.*
Seventy cents of every dollar will Ball will be very successful and ther tables are requested to k. 1'IE I property. $18,000 takes it. Term.

be used for the rehabilitation of.. a gay and glittering social event. municate immediately with com-I' check* you are interested in small I i one-third cask Listing No. 155.
Berkowitz. phone 765, or Mrs.\ ; individual Islands act before

Kemp, phone 579.HUSBAND'S. 666 6 6 6 COLDS Only :?, prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner prop

Mrs. Car la Ketchings And anti :; ; locations are right. Our exclusive erty. Size. 50 by 100 feeL In the

I CHARGE FEVER >;/':';':<<' listing can fill your wants. main brfin.ss block on Puval ",.
( ' street. Is offered at a great sacrifice .
J. Nettles Wed Yesterday KANSAS CITY Henry Bert-I Uq.id Tablets first; Jay Water front property 'on Big for a quick sale. Take ad .
Sahe -No.e .. Pine Key, near hotel and post of'
Dr.pi ( of this
rand of this city won a on, vantage opportunity.
flee fronting 300 feet of water
Mrs. Carola Ketchings. of Key Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roberts, evidence that his wife "spooned"! in 30 minutes and 400 feet on County Road. ing No. 64.

West, and J. A. Nettles of Wash-I I I and has a host of friends who will with other men while studying I $1 This location cannot be better. The

ington I). C.. were married yesterday [ learn with surprise of the wed astronomy \\\\U""I/II/ m r- price is right and terns can be araared. ty Most on Southard desirably street.located Size proper.SO
ding. Mr. Nettles is chief accountant
afternoon in the First I '../ OS AIL THIS FOOD' Listing No. 79. feet 2 inches by 137 feet. Improvement
I with the Southern Railway BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING SPEND
Methodist Church. Rev. George E. I 2 qn. milk 2 J,'P '.cream consists of a two-itory
I and makes his home in Washing WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. 1 doz. eggs S 1 Ib. batter Acreage on Big Pine Key. Thisis
Summers road the ceremony; ton. PHONE 152M. dcc20 YOUR I pk...cheese C 2 cn(nut water front property on the At- eight-room home fronting South.

The bride was attended by her. At the conclusion of the.' ceremony d Idea I bottle'C 1 cherries bottle e catsup 2 Ib*. (lantic and fronts Newfound ard street, and a six-room cottage

eister. Miss: Alice Roberts and theJroom's I'I the couple attended t/ thebride's BENEFIT BRIDGE TEA f VACATION .'_O'. W. ,n. Icttatc hscoa.C S Ib 1 *bx.roait cucumber bead Harbor Key. Size of property 150acres. fronting alley in rear of property.

attendant was Earl parents and the wedding Student Aid I pDt one in your 2 Ibs. tooiuoe* e 1 bnacbcelcrr The price is right. Terms: First $2,700 takes it. Listing No.

Mitchell. !l party left for a short visit in )fi'I Junior-Senior Hi School P.-T.A. '. = THIS YEAR IN, .:. ...m.... .. ;. 2 l,.douB f P Ituit of.nges e 2Icmofis One-third 'cash, and balance can I
Only the parents of the bride '' ami after which they will return :: ;(" ;. ; zii I'; 1 lit tiltdtlreiuDf e l.lb.>> be 'arranged. Listing No. 69. 97.A
CASA MARINA'Wednelday. lard 2 left-over
and members of the family were to Key West and make ,,1 FLORIDAREQUEST I "..r.\.I.( r ).. .,.1 'IiI tuner:. 1 ot. water bocil.corn: Cottage having 7 room and
I''I prppara; January 16 It t- ; 2 quick(reeiiKS! rars I2Oiv Ideal Home Site On North bath in most desirable location.In .
present at the wedding which was tions to leave for Washington Cubes-2 Ibs. of Ice '
Bridge 3 Tea 5 HEALTH! : y .
p. m. p. m. iOl'yoUT J r Bea h-Unimproved corner lot, best of condition on lot 50 by
solemnized :5; o'clock.Mrs. where they will make their future '.
Nettles is the daughter of home. SOc I, .$1.00 per month, until July 1st takes size 99 by 150 feet, fronting 65 feet located on Southard street,

('tC..r.-V Prizes To Be Awarded! IIII"'II.\\\ three streets riparian rights. This near White street. Owner offer
- care .of the payment vDon't is the spot to build your home on, this proprty for $3,000 if sold in

P..T. Association Correction 01 ..............................4.................! and the price it right. Listing the next 60 day. Listing Ne.
miss the chance to have the No. 212. 189.

To'leet TonightA Name In Program MADE FOR SOCIETY ITEMSIt

best of refrigeration at a All the above and additional improved and unimproved -

large number; ; of parents In business and residential properties in the city
yesterday's issue of The is: earnestly requested by the Editress of the society small cost.
and teachers are expected to at-I I Citizen in the item outlining the and acreage on the Florida Keys too numerous to mentionare
column of The Citizen that Westers and winter visitors
tend the regular monthly meeting!! musical concert, it was stated Key See us regarding this trial plan. listed in our office. Call and make known your wants
I' I having social affairs during the remainder of the winter II I prices and terms right.
of the Key West Junior-Senior that all the Alumni of the Music are
'I I season kindly communicate with her at 752-J and give her .
High School Parent-Teacher's Association School of the Convent
of Mary The Electric Co.
meeting at the school Immaculate would lake advance notice of such events. The Citizen is eager to makea Key .West

auditorium( tonight.A ,I Mrs. A. Perez due part to a except recent - success of this but it can only be accomplished by your A. F. AYALA, Sales Manager PAUL BOYSEN COMPANY .
has been
program arranged -,. bereavement. This should aid and cooperation. Thank you.
for the affair. have read Mrs.
Manuel Perez.: I.................................................: -1 Phone 153 Offices 619. Fleming St. P. O. Box 303. .

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