The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 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
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00410
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I Associated Press Day Wire I I Key West, Florida, has

I Service. I tD!I be 11 tp W"t'( ttlCn most equable with weather in 1I

I For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key to the country range of; only 14*an a ;e ;i

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VOLUME LV]. No. 19. -__________________

Renew Request For Funds?', i RAILWAY UNITS i Freezing Temperatures. Forecast. J:Senate'' Naval Affairs Committee

\ !Paris Florida
F n* Various; Of

Seeking Quarantine Station ,
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Measure To RestoreU.
I (Dj AwMcUted !*...) 4 Considering

.I JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 22.-f Sweeping across the. country

CONTINGENT MAKING TOUR from the northwest regions, an-I
PLANS Florida fruit and vegetable
One Hundred And Thirty- BRITAIN grow-
OF STATE ARE ENTER. I I other of winter's slashing cold

Dollars era were warned today that free -| waves invaded the deep South and I S. Naval Station In West
ing temperature would extend to middle west today, and continued .

Amount Named By Treasury COMING IN TODAY J! eastward leaving in its wake at
LINK EMPIRE, the extreme interior of the .tat .
j least 50 dead and untold suffer- ---- - -

Department tonight and po ibly into the in.| ing from fow temperatures and

Arriving from Tampa this terior of the south portion around floods.I F. SOlO HELD ROOSEVELT WILL Bill Introduced Saturday

AIR MINISTRY ANNOUNCES morning on the Steamship Cuba

.rtlalta nr..bUKln I.At'l. MAta r.rre.....dr.tr MILLIONS OF FLYING MILESTO was a group of more than 40 Lake'Okeechobee. I ter The struck coldest with weather fury in of Dixie the win-, already FOR VIOLATING VISIT KEY WESTCHIEF \ Referred To CommitteeTo

The <<< IlIarisWASHINGTON I persons composed of railroad officials The cold wave is expected: to burdened with a problem of Set Date For Hearing
FIGURE IN NEW RATE rain and swollen rivers that drove -
Jan. 22. and their wives, who are REVENuE LAWS I
blanket the tate tomorrow with' from their homesfreezing
many persons }
PRESCRIBED I making a tour of the state. EXECUTIVE OF NATIONTO
Naming $135,000 as the l\and\ *left a l picture' of destruction :
I In the of the ,
party are some temperaturea eKCept
um needed under the latest II to shipping| > highways and traffic DEDICATE OLD FORT
I most widely known railroad ad- southeastern''generally.J TAMPA RESIDENT TAKEN IN

estimates, the treasury has I,
LONDON Jan. 22.-Six million section, and ,tlMt ..outJaenw-,tip ,of i since 1889 in CUSTODY HERE; TO BE CARRIED .I .rrIat \\n...blMKlwn. <".rrr ................
renewed' its request) for flying miles of the British empire I who are guests of the city on this I consequence raced .. .... IIU.CM.

funds! to construct a new will be linked by.a three-cent per i their first group visit to Key peninuilaJ.I J .1 I I New peratures Orleans forced,* where the biting mercury ternthe TO WEST COAST CITY lily A..._ .Ird ,l>m..) \VAS1IINTONJan..

quarantine station iatt Key ,half 1937 ounce ,the first British class airmail air minis in! t West. The extreme north portion of; down to 24. 1 FOR TRIALFrank WASHINGTON, D. c., 22.- -Thc ,committee on

says The schedule arranged for the 'U'' It. was ,also' snowing in other Jan 22.-President Roosevelt
West.. try. the) state.. including the western naval''affairs' of, the
visitors included a ride from the { sections of the South As the se-I i i. expected to be a visitor in scn-

The i recommendation was..'t I That would give one-third Great Britain the 1 station to the Casa Marina! which }lrta,expected: to see a drop' vere 'cold ,wrought havoc in the' Soto, of Tampa, was taken Key West late in February I ate, today has before it a
over of far'during '
contained in a revised.list 0 fl world's air routes. I was arranged by Robert Spotts- aiound 45 degrees in of.1 South northwest temperatures Rocky Mountain in the area t in custody yesterday and is: I i or during the early part of bill by, Senator Trammellof

projects approved by the, Sir Philip Sassoon. undersecre-j wood chairman of the transportation the afternoon with 20 I and west central states began to i, now in county jail awaiting trans I i March. Florida in restoring the

tary for air, says all first class: committee of the Key West i grees forecast for the extreme moderate after inflicting sub-zero i: portation to Tampa to await trial,i Thu announcement was

procurement division of the I mail will be dispatched by air aft ''I Hospitality League. : northeast section, possibly tonight.t readings in many regions. J for violating the internal revenue I made yesterday when Governor United States naval station -

treasury as worthy, but not er 1937. Shipping circles are silent A 1 o'clock a luncheon meeting -- -'- ---- -- l 1 Dave Sholtz made a call at Key West.
as to whether existing gov-; at the hotel at which Julius F.' laws.
The at the White House and formally The bill
yet appropriated for. was introduced
ernmentaT mailship subsidies will ; Stone, Jr., Florida Emergency Ke-: The prisoner was guilty of sell
list was submitted to the be reduced when the entire trans; lief Administrator was heard on [ TODAY'SVEATHER invited the president to in the senate Saturdayand

port of first class mail by air is i. the rehabilitation program and a J ing cigars in Tampa without taking -i take the chief role in dedicating .
house committee on appropriations referred to the naval
put into operation. talk on the past history of Key the necessary precaution of old Fort Jefferson, on

during hear. Many Months Of Planning West. mt.ch'i purchasing the internal I an island off southern Florida I affairs committee which
II Temperature'highest tonight; Wednesday fair; necessary
ings on the treasury appropriations -. Inhabitants of remote Malaya, This afternoon 3 o'clock a ride .. _RO colder tonight and Wednesday;': revenue stamps and affixing them as a national monument. eventually is to set a date

bill. I'South and East! Africa, at pres- to the with points members of interest in the Lowest -.:::::-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::--73 I 1 I I Before calling on the chief for a hearing it if a
I ent 22- by and 9 days by city of the Hospitality r-p to the boxes. upon
days sea I Mean ..,u............................_..._.76 $ / :: ,"",.' I executive of the nation, the
air from London, will have their League as hosts and theday's n.ll. 1 1
The list includes many projects Normal Mean ....----....-........--....70 J / ) He got away from Tampa and of Florida discussed majority ot the membersbelie'e
air mail service shortened by I activities to conclude with governor
previously authorized by. four days. The 12-day London-. the ride to the railway station Rainfall : ; 1.,: since' arrviing here gave the mat.I with government officials and there is enough
congress for inclusion in the $65,- I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. ter much thought and decided I
the visitors
will entrain in
will halved.
: Australia service be
I the Florida will in sentiment to warrant
Normal Precipitation .. .06 Ins.TLU ,;z 1Jt1'/ ..0.1 I part play
000,000 program under the emergency '' This momentous empire servicewas special cars for Miami.ROACH . rrrvrd eseer.. S I..... perled ; f f-""' '' I'i that fleeing the law was not the I the proposed new publicworks

appropriation act of 1934, conceived before C.V.. A. .udiuK M| N .'..Ik ...i.. wwmiiic. ._,p4'4 ,1 I I right thing to do so asked that he one.The

but which were not selected for: Scott's record-breaking England- PAT AND Tomorrow' Aluianac ,.'" I I.I be apprehended. I program and other attendant secretary of the

construction under that program' Australia flight in the MelbourneAir Sun rises .................... 7:13 a. in. jZ'tIll I I.I I Ernest Bigelow, in charge of topic. will be asked to sub-

Derby. The scheme has been Sun sets .,......... .,........ 6:05 p. m. ''l. s i I navy
by the treasury. The G5,000-: given careful 1 consideration, andaegotiationhave.been WIFE RETURNING Moon rises ___.__ 9:40. p. m. lD/ .''<' I l ...1 ,I the local office of internal revenue II I MORE PRAISE... -- .mitji' .rep0rJLotUidiy-ihc!
000 is now.all spent or obligated,.. under way 'Moon "sets' ...:..._JJ:::'9:23 a.in.Tomorrow' .' ColdeW" RAiN ; phoned Constable .Ray ElI station removed from
and new 'funds: will be n'ecessary: with the dominions for many VISIT por-I wood advisjng him of Sato's atti I was
ERE FOR Title cold wave in north and central
months. The air ministry, post. I time GIVEN 1 TO KEY the active status.
if these projects are to be carried A.M. P.M. tions tonight with temperature 20 tude. Within a short Soto I

out, it was explained' to the house I office and imperial airways have !High ,...............__ 12:14: to 25 degrees in extreme north I was in the custody of Officer l EI-l.I The Trammell bill Provides -

committee. I cooperated closely.An Low ,. ,, 5:50 5:50 and 28 to 32 degrees in central ;I I wood.Within t WEST BOOKLET that he
integral part of the plan is. r.aronicter ; lH a. m., today: portion tonight and probably frl'ez-I'r the next few days a deputy

Included list in the revis-ed also numberof recommendation -'. a comprehensive program for NOW ENROUTE TO KEY I I Sea level, 30.03. I ing temperature in interior of cx- I United States marshal will ar- spent in maintaining and
a ground organization of air routes 1 I < treme south portion Wednesday live for the prisoner.W. : I
projects not previously authorized -,, on a basis: which will enable serv- WEST; PROPOSE TO REMAIN'! Lowcrt Highest I nichL I I MRS. JAMES CAIN WRITESTO utilizing the station during ____

but which are said in: ices to cater for passengers as FOR MONTH OR LONGER Station last Night YoJerdaj: Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I ,I KEY WEST FROM HONOLULU the fiscal year ending
most instances to have \ WILKERSON
congressional 1 I well as mail traffic, and operateby I Abilene ........__. 16 24 Moderate southerly winds shifting July
fllnsor!>hip and l which the night as well as by day. I TELLING OF APPRECIATION 1,1935.LARGE .
treasury and postoffice departments Atlanta ..........__ 40( 72 to northwest and becoming fresh
;i As in the past, new types of
feel are needed. 'I planes for these commercial services -. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Roach. of Boston ...-.......... 34 38 tonight 'and overcast weather I GIVENHEARING OF PAMPHLETEven
with rain tonight Wednesday,
The treasury did not specifically ; -: will be test flown by factory 8712 South Union Avenue, Chicago -t'Buffalo ..._m.... 18 50 generally fair. ; CRAWFISHBEINGMOUNTED/
recommend to the committee -i pilots and by royal air force test who have been former visitors I Charleston ........ .GO 72 East Gulf: Fresh to strong
to Key West are on their NEGRO DEFENDANT ARRAIGNED from far off Honolulu
whether the new allot; pilots. Imperial Airways will pass j Chicago ...ummO 0 12 northwest winds, diminishing to
ments should be includedin innovations in comfort, interior way here for a stay of one monthor I' come woius of praise for the Key I
Fought only
t written Mrs. Denver ..._......._. 36 48 night. I FOR SECOND TIME
a fcpecial appropriations item, fittings and decorations. longer, and have .'Detroit .............. 14 38 I West Booklet recently issued by _
mother of Dr.
or taken care of under the Presi- Subsidies May Go Up G. W. Kemp, that I Galveston .....-.. 20 34 Vi'F.ATIIEIl CONDITIONS j i IN LOCAL COURT ine Fjonda Emergency Kelfef Administration UNUSUALLY LARGE SPECI.
I P. Kemp asking accommodations -
dent's proposed four billion dollars There is every sign of increased -
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be secured for them. Havana -- .m 68 and in u letter written -
"work-making" program. In air Subsidies. The If 31 subsidy Describing the weather conditions -I Huron ................ -2 4 The southern disturbance of I by Weal girl, formerly MEN TAKEN BY C. STINE.
| a Key
this the i $2,800,000. ,
regard department contented was
: Jacksonville 64 78 slight intensity moved slowly William Wilkerson, colored, who
in the terrible I u.-"- Miss Margaret Roberts, of IOn
shortening Chicago snowstorms SPRINGr'eadfra'
itself with urging simply, Despite the contemplated :' Kansas City..... 6 8 northeastward, being central this was given a hearing yesterday James
which transformed the street
city Fleming now .airs.
that some provision for the recommended of time schedules over em- KEY WEST .... 73 80 morning over Georgia; while the before Judge Hugh Gunn on!I .., .
projects be made. I pire routes when the new postagerate ? into a blanket. of glistening white. Little Rock ...... 12 .> I' 20 .- northern disturbances is central' charge of cutting another colored I I Cain. j R3fu' (
into effect. Britain'scommercial crystals, which lasted about six ,Writing under date 'of January : TMf1 nJZltkI
goes Prdvinocs.
.. Canadian Maritime Marathon,
over'the Herman at
Los Angelas.48; uuG4-( ; man. Carey, "
weeks and then with colder C hum ivainiam-Avenue, 111l'it.Cain :
: iJ
I air services will concentrate Louisville ......... 8' > "-86 They have been 'attended! was given another hearing this: I ca'jg tl annuallyIn Vf
MISS PATTERSONPLANS mile and not weather became an immense skating -- I sets forth her ideas brieflybut ) ,
miles on tons hour.per The air minis- pond. the writers told of their' Miami .....__.-........ 7211:11':i ">'76 "' by precipitation over most on per tions.-from the Gulf coast northward I after the testimonywas I
... 6 ; Yesterday
.JJ.MOt! '
Minneapolis -
thoughts turning to "that very of Key .West* gratified tothoe a age 'weight on one
that will carry : '
intimates planes
TO MAKE try New Orleans ..... 24> -7"> over the.: Lake- 'region and in the judge decided it was \
beautiful isolated island in the who compiled the booklet."It f Lr'1hU'lone
of from 3.5 to five f ;OP"
a payload .New.'York..34. '. 44i.WTensacola Mj.bUo: and North Atlantic 'States.with'.heavy necessary to get another witness! 8tht! !
I sea and its very plain and honest is indeed an-wauc-of which
any! three it
TOUR _OF ORIENTWILL tons. ;! people." : .......... 32 -' :72 '1"11 I snow in portions 'of from Marathon and decision was communityoulJJfSel proi/tC l o pound,

Continuing the letter shews j I Pittsburgh ........ 24 70' 1 r Tennessee, and heavy rain turning -!I withheld until he was heard. I I "I hate remarked to many per- was said today.

i I II DENMARK FOLK their longing with these words! : St. Louis ...._.-._ 2 6 to snow in southern Louisiana.! :: This witness was in court this I sons here," continues the letter, Imagine the elation of C. II.I .

I "Thus we turn our faces toward.the Salt Lake City.14 21 i Pressure han fallen in the central': morning and at the conclusion of,j "that I cannot rue over the!I Stinerpring of the army barracks

LEAVE FRIDAY FOR HAVANA south and long for yourattractive San Francisco ..41 52; Rocky Mountain region: and is. his testimony the prisoner: was (beauties of Honolulu as oth- when he netted me weighing five
; sunny many I
TO EMBARK AT CU-: TALK Island City and expect Seattle .............. 44 46 I low northwestward to the North. held in bond of $100 for the next I er visitor do, because my ,hometown i pound J. which is a monster specimen -

; to leave about January 21." Tampa ..........._. 60 80 Pacific States; while high pressure term of criminal court. I has almost the identical i and this: is no story of a lost

BAN PORT ON S. S. CALL ; OF ISLAND CITY i I Washington ...... 38 58) areas cover the remainder of shrubs, flowers, fruits and wasragreen one but is an actual fact.

Williston .....'---.-22 -4 the country from the Mississippi; ALBURY waters. I'I Not only has this monster cru-
FORNIA ON LONG VOYAGE MRS. A. CAPLAN Valley westward. Temperatures ROLAND ,
---- I I "Driving around this similar cityI I tacean been kept to fchow skeptics
from the,
: WEATHER FORECASTTill have fallen decidedly : realize that the heavy growth of i that such are taken in these Waters
:: RUTH BRYAN OWEN TELLS I II ARRIVES IN CITY I lAke region southward to the. DIES YESTERDAY shrubs, hybiscus and coconut but it is being mounted by

Miss Etta Patterson of 522! I i ABOUT FRIENDS CONTACTED -, I Ii ( 8 p.m., Wednesday! ) I Gulf of Mexico. with a cold wave i l palms are the greatest beauty fac- I Cecil Gray, taxidermist and will be
Cn the middle Gulf coast, New
Caroline street will leave Fridayon !I GIVING PRAISE: I Key West and Vicinity: Rain: tor, and I continually wish Out on display.
24-hour fall
the Steamship Cuba for Havana THERE doud'imuch ; Orleans reporting a
tonight Wednesday partly
; FUNERAL SERVICES TO BE Key West had started planting intensively -,
brother, I i TO SPEND of 46 degrees to a minimum: of -
for a visit with her NEWARK RESIDENT colder; fresh northwest
Elliott ;; TO I I at 24 degrees. The weather continues I I years ago. BRINTONS ARE
Patterson. inds tonight, possibly strong CONDUCTED TOMORROW the
I WINTER MONTHS IN I "My aunt mails me Key
is the beginning I!; mild in the Atlantic States
The trip to Havana times, and diminishing Wednesday. -
follow -
I West Citizen regularly and I
cruise to the Orientto I I and temperatures have moderated AFTERNOON
of :
a From cold and icy Denmark,1 KEY WEST I with great interest the many I' HERE ON VISIT
be made as a guest of a dear old Florida: Rain in south and central in the Plains and Rocky and various improvements
United States Minister( Ruth BryanOwen developments -
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rchool friend, Mrs. Margaret II. portions and rain probably States. .
home town, -
West in
friends in Key my
Scott of New York City. i j writes changing to light now in extremenorth G. S. KENNEDY. Roland C. Albury 49! years old,;!! :
wife of ManagerArthur I
1 which
of her friends in Denmark Mrs. Caplan I hope to visibly appreciatein
that some U. S. A.,
Tuesday. January 29, !Miss Pat- portion this afternoon and I Official in Charge. died yesterday afternoon 5:15 Colonel L. GJ Brinton,
favorite of Canlan of the Textile Hill the not too distant future.
the S. S say their part o'clock in his residence 1018 Georgia l ; accompanied by Mr*. Brinton
person will embark on End Division) the American Oil' .._. -I
Florida i is Key West. -- - West Sunday!
through street. were arrivals in Key
California for thl''o'age ,
the Panama Canal and up th iwest : The friends written of were in and Supply} Company of INewark and, V \: Funeral l services will be held tomorrow -I ANNOUNCE DEATH evening over the highway' for a
Florida as guests of Colonel Henry : N. J., arrived this morning Mrs. Brinton' mother
Calif. 1 afternoon 4:30 o'clock visit with
Francisco .
From coast there to San the voyage will car L. Doherty, and 'aw :the most their,. will remain. in- Key West for the'winter. I Ii Notice Fight Fans I: from Ley Memorial Church where I, VALDEZ I Mrs. II. Babcock:, and other rela
during MRS.
ry the traveler to Honolulu where interesting places 1, the body will be placed at 2 I OF I tives.
j-be will be the guest of her sister stay. On meeting Mrs. Owen in Mrs. Caplan comes to Key West4 -- i o'clock. Rev. W. J. Martin will I Colonel Brin\on is in charge of

Mrs. W. E. Shedd l, before : Copenhagen they remarked about to meet old friends, Mr. and Mrs.I If you desire reserved seat tickets for the "Card of Cham- ;! officiate. civilian training in'the New Eng

marriage Mils Lettie Patterson. : Key Vest as cited above. ( Cambrai Chambers winter in who Key West.are; pions", which contains the names of Barney Ross, the world's; I Pritchard's Funeral Home will. Mrs. J. Vininjf Harris yesterday land states, with headquarter of
the !
and ': In another portion of her letter. spending be in of I from her niece, the First Corps Area, in Boston
March 1 Muss Patterson regret she Richard Thruelsen, well-known' lightweight i champion and Frankie Klick of California; Joe charge arrangements.Mr. received a letter
friend will take on the :Mrs. Owen expresses Albury is survived by John Newton II
one Mrs. convey-
passage West on writer, heard of the delightful Ga.. and Tony Shucco, of Boston and Max I I
| unable to visit Key Knight, of Cairo
S. S. Empress of Japan for Mani'a inducements of-j daughter, :Mrs. Walter Lowe, Jr.. ing the sad information that Mrs.
Philippine Islands and there em-.. her last vacation but when Sep climate and other West and is expected -. Baer, the world's heavyweight champion and Jimmy Maloney, two sons, Esmond and Leland Al Newton's aunt. Miss Maria Valdez, Have them filled at Gardner'.
fered in '
and she Key ,
Iark on the S. S. Empress of): tember comes this year to arrive by plane tomor-' please call The Citizen and we will have them set aside for I bury, father, Davis Albury, two passed away suddenly last week in sad be cure you let the Bet

Britain for a tour of the Orient, ,; again starts for the states he will Thruelsen the I sisters! Mtrs. Flossie Russell and I New York of heart trouble. I DI'1Ia, Bed Service and Best
stopping at all principal cities ol; leave Europe by Zeppelin airship, row. Mr. you.The Mrs. Thomas Sawyer, Jr., all of Miss Valdez was a former Key Prices.Gardner's.
I to Rio Janeiro, Brazil and from idea of his visit from the descrip-' price of the reserved seat tickets are Three dollars, 'of
i go resident, and the
interest t friends! Key West with the exception of 1 West news. ,
The reurn to Key West is expected ,. <' there by Pan American plane to, tion given of the city West by last Five dollars and Ten dollars plus tax. Mrs. Sawyer, who resides in New her passing; will be much regretted PharmacyPhone

to be made in the lat Florida with her vacation begint ''; who were inKey York.. by her host of friends here. I 177 Free DeLverjr;
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. Debs Turn to Million Today's Today's Horoscope
rul/iiiheU Dally Except Sunday ByTIIK Messenger Boys Help
( ITIZE1'LIILUIIIG" co.. I\C. is a great country in which we ........................

I. 1*. AltTMJkA. I'rekUItBt. Ih.e.Ve seem to stand for almost any Anniversaries A steady and reflective nature
From The Citizen Building Americans Say Happy Birthday. to Roosevelt
Corner Greene and Ann Street thing-providing it is a bit unusual. a..s..e..e. with a scientific and versatile

It would almost seem, as though the 15G1-Francis Bacon English mind. There is great independenceof
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe philosopher and essayist, born.I thought and it is fixed to the,j
County. I American people want variety at the expense Died April 9. 1626.1729Gotthold/ i point. It is a day of the discovererof

:11I"1'.1 at Keyvv..t. Florida as second claaa matter of sense. hidden things, and favors birth

HKTlMYTIIKH I !) E. Leasing,I of an inventor who not only bring*
The popularity of the sensational tab- I
y II German poet-dramatist, born.t wealth to the world but also to'I
llrmbrr of the Arsoelaled Pres.
1ht> AuuM-iatt-d I'rt-i Is exclusively entitled to user loid newspapers, with their appeal ratherto I Died April 9, 1781. I himself.
rr|.i.kti. <.atiwii uf all news dispatches credited to II I
it or not othtrw'ie credited in this paper and all. the eye than to the mind for tKd conveyance .
1775-Andre Marie Ampere, Miss Grace :Moore has been acclaimed -
ho looul news" published 'here.SIR.'nhPT1tX I
of news, the political success of I French physicist, born. Died! as New York's most!
RATis.me :>>
*! Tear _....... ... ......... ....._._.._._.___$10.0. such men as Huey Long and Senat f Borah June 10, 183G. l photographed Inodel.l .
I Ui Munlhs _..........._.._ 5-01 ,
Ibr..elonths: .. ........................_..____.____ Z.5, the general of movie the +
Mud Month ..... ...._..._.. .._.._._ .** type successes, 1788 Lord English
IV,-rkly.. ._._...__...___......._..__.__ __ ..21IIATCS
sheeplike procession of the majority in the I poet, born. Died April 19, 1824.

Made known A1)tEITlsl\G. wake of one crazy idea after another, the } I TYPEWRITINGPAPER
onftTM..U. \UTICt" : 1793-Charles Davies, noted
All reading notkt-8. cards or thanks resolutions cffi acceptance on the part of our people of West Point and Columbia Univer-
tie. will be Charged for &t
'i-t-i-l.: ituary nooses
,1 ,. late of :') cents a line.oi. one fallacy after another, all tend to prove k .' It 'g 1 sity professor of mathematics,!1
.-'1& for entertainments by ciiurche from which born at Washington, Conn. Died 1I
our mass intelligence of
i -\.nuo is to l"e derive: are E cents a line. a I
Tii.. ..III..-" in an open forum and l invites\ discus 1 1y i1 'k Sept. 18, 1876.
order.It .
non uf public issues and subjects of local or general
i ....L .t MIII not publish" anoujmous communl 75c
.?...... is not that we are not intelligent as 1799-John II. Lathrop a pioneer
individuals. We are well educated. But of higher education in the

"Goiter; Not a Disease"! -Headline. we have also been well-trained, and like Middle West, president of the Package of 500 Sheets I
I Universities of Missouri, Wic n-
Maybe Wonly a habit. all well-trained animals follow
we rules /J I sin and Indiana, born at Sher-I
rather than thoughts. Ji' burne ,N. Y. Died at Columbia,::1' GOOD QUALITY BOND
i I'
:Most college boys are convinced theret But we are individual parts of a great JI Mo., Aug. 2, 1866. I PAPER

more t than one dizzy dean. country, nevertheless.UNIVERSALLY.
I 1849 August Strindberg I
.- I Swedish novelist-dramatist born. ; -THE-
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Last words of a' beautiful friendship :: TRUEIf 'itLi 't j i 1 Died! May 14, 1912.1850Robert (
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'a'ta ond nu ten.l1( l12r.s. n. > '
With New England fishermen,western munity raising it, the other 30 per I S. Brooking
1. Postal Telegraph Company. as its s.'
- there is a reader of The Citizen cowpunchers, port> rn lumberjacks
cent going to the President's BirthdayBall I
. .. and sedate contribution off-red to gather the merchant, manufacturer and,philanthropist " Citizen
I metropolitan I Bldg.PHONg .
Commission for Infantile Paralysis I
If- resent immigration 'la\\"s\ had been who still believes that advertising: is useless business men joining hands to sta 5 names of all Americans wishing to aid Research, of which Cot Henry L. born in Cecil Co.,
force : we invite attention to the things purrchased Birthday Balls!! for the President: in the Birthday Ball movement and present Doherty is chairman. Right and left, I Md. Died in Washington, D. :1
in earlier'rijo! : tj: four' ancestors more than 5.CDO cities and towns on these names to the President on child sufferers who will be aided by Nov. 15, 1932.Subscribe 51
voulit not have {jot' in.Today's I by the non-believer. If this per- January 30. the debutantes are doing the world's largest birthday greeting the novel birthday greeting plan in G"i 1 1i
son will take an inventory of the articles their bit by turning messenger boysto !message.Postal officialsthroughout every city (center) Miami. Fla, debs for The Citizen.
help a million Americans; say happy country are accepting names at twen- rustling up names for the big message I i
bought by himself he will be surprised to birthday to Mr.Roosevelt and therebyaid ty-five cents each, the entire amountto ;and (below) American youngsterswho -. .. ..r.--- I'
worst: News from Washington find how of them "advertised" in the( drive to raise: funds to fi;ht be devoted to the war against infantile will be spared the ravages of
indicates that the Postoffice Department many arc infantile! pm lysis. It's all made possible paralysis. Seventy cents of infantile paralysis if the disease is CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
goods. ; by a "'.l n vr.-cr which the cverv dollar!!: 1\") rr-..'-.. h 1'!* c-v- concuered in this country. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
is getting along "Farley" well.-
One of beauties -- -
the about lawsis ---- --- -
some ----- -- ----------
Tim -.Union.If I KEY WEST
that they work universally. For example J I Friday evening at 7 o'clock in an West i ij !i if a sufficient number of at at the close of business December 31, 1934,

twelve inches make a foot in small KEY WEST IN j i automobile procession and will !i members can be secured. I Comptroller's Call

the Townsend: plan goes through, communities as well as in large cities. proceed over the city in quest of I RESOURCESLoans

a lot of fellows who have been telling the DAYS GONE BY I new members and renewals of I Charles Nottage, familiarly and Investments ..? $ 305,639.43
Correct advertising pays profits, also, in I dues. Cars will be decorated with ; Overdrafts __.... 71.61
folks they are only 55 will produce the old flags and emblems of the known among his many friend as ? ':'
both locales. The mediums are different Happenings Here Just 10 Years 1 legion Banking House, Furniture
Bible to prove they are GO. Ago Today As Taken Front and all buddies are urged to be "Tootoo, was found dead in his and Fixtures ____. 33,082.33
but results follow
judicious advertising in I rooms upstairs over the Del- Conds of States and Pos-
The Files Of The Citizen J present and accounted for.
Key West as well as in New York, Chicagoand I monico restaurant just before sessions of the United

The Citizen is always glad to receive San Francisco. noon today. A coroner's jury was States .__ ,_.---. 139,370.68
According to a telegram received I Members\ of the Key West Fire empanelled and at once took Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.02:

communications from its readers, by the hey West Chamber: of i t Department are daily practicingfor charge of the body. If is expected Stock of the Federal Reserve -

either about news matter of public interest REMAKING A CITY Commerce there is a likelihood of the tournament which will beheld I a verdict will be rendered this Bank __________ 6000.00

or opinions of public interest. the appropriation of $100,000 at South Beach, Washington's afternoon. t Temporary Insurance Federal fund Deposit 1954.01
first proposed by Representative, Birthday. Those having the tournament I United States Govern-
(Tampa Tribune) in charge it will be the'
William J. Sears to have an extension -i say ment Obligations direct -
trey> West merchants! may advertise The FERA took charge of Key West July 15, built to the submarinebase best ever held in Key We t. So great is tourist travel to Key and fully guar-
t West that yesterday it was neces-
anywhere and anyway, but the best results 1934. In an address at Miami a few nights ago, will be approved. Senator for anteed .___,.$832.744.73
the Florida East Coast
sary Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1327913.70
Fletcher, when the bill came before } The Wset Club is
Key Country
: are obtained through The Citizen Julius! F. Stone Jr., Florida Relief Administrator, Railway to run a special train.
the senate, had an ajnend- looking forward to the time when
whose paid circulation is greater than all who has given his personal attention to the Key ment similar to that of Mr. Sears, the clubhouse will be finished on I II There were several hundred passengers LIABILITIES 1888235.79
which were the overflow
the papers circulating in this city com- West job made a report on what has been done added to the bill. This amendmentis I the golf links at Stock Island. All from the train last night. Capital ?, $t 100000.00

bined.i there in six months. now being considered by a I cf the uprights in the second story Surplus and Undivided Profits -. C5.007.42
joint committee of the house and are in place and in fine shape. Circulation _..,_ 100.000.0t'I
}b'. Stone and his men found Key West bank- senate which will Sanyi Gulyas of Budapest is
undoubtedly approve -I It is hoped the building will be in I Deposits 1633228.37
The little slot about an inch wide and rupt, hopeless almost desolate. It had lost its industries it, it is believed.In readiness for use by the membtr- the church organist at Halas at t

six inches long, in the postoffice buildings and all! its assets except those which God | ship next month. .I the age of 9. $1,888,236,79.t /; ,
a paragraph in The Citizen
where individual letters are mailed i is the gave it. Its citizens! asked the Governor to takeover yesterday about the confidencemen I -
1 j Editorial Comment: Key West I CII'lll ill.l.dAY"'I r.I.TIIIAT ;; l
most important item in the structure. Yet the whole island government and all, and in Key West it was stated i
i is alright. It's you that is wrong. --
this little matter was omitted in Pitts- Governor Sholtz asked the FERA to see what that last year Sheriff Roland Curry -i Change your mental attitude and \
had cards issued warning the I
burgh's new $7,000,000 post office build could be done about it. residents and others against this : you will notice the difference. Remember -

JII}!. Just an oversight.The Director Stone found after a survey, that type of crook in general. Sheriff !i this: One city forges JANUARY
ahead-!eei mingly nothing can
one of three things had to be done-continue the Curry has taken the same action I' stop its progress. Another lags
today and has posted a number of
man in the north who found a city on the dole, cut off relief and force evacua- of behind. Wherein lies the difference
cards in different portions
grasshopper says there won't be any more tion, or provide a new industry by converting it city. The sheriff, and his force I ? I

u inter. That will not be good news in into a tourist icsort. The latter was decided have their eyes peeled for the men '
I who are reported to be in Key I Fred R. Browne national representative PAINT SPECIALSSHERWIN
Florida, and that prediction runs counter to I upon. I West engineering the phony deals. I of the Walton League,

the weather scientists who tried to prove I In six months Mr. Stone reports: Due to the story published in The 1 I will be here to address an asem- 1

: Citizen yesterday most,of the wiretappers. blage of citizens soon. The Walton
last fallthat-hiwinter would be, the We have cleaned up the city, collecting e-
\ train : League is organization, nationwide -'
..Jeft thecjtyj/n/the\ i
st'verMt J]ll l\.,tw pfv; ears, }but niay be more 50,000 cubic yards of trash. We have cleared last night and one of them! left In scope, of sportsmen{ fishermen E
(nt.trly-: correct.r : and cleaned some 200 vacant lots, and have this morning. .* t j hunters campers and other WILLIAMS, METROPALMER '
-3 _ I outdoor advocate' It is the intention FLAT, OR GLOSS
ma the American of the organizer to establish; ; '
The local post of VIIITEVIIITE PAINTe s
Jfiyoa{ Iippoilalpl' { nd, write it "1934" campaign' of demolition and renovation to Legion will form'at the clubhouse a chapter of the league in KeyThere FLAT \ r

> ou may find comfort in* the fact *that make homes of relief clients habitable. We 'J r...H -- ---. PAINT:- 1 Gallon Cans,' ...
rii .ident Roosevelt's message to the Sen- have cleaned the harbor making it a placeof I In 1 Gallon Cans, at .....-..--.-.....--.
ii., urging into the World Court We have started construction of 7 $
entry was beauty. I!, )\ per gallon ............ 1.901A
(iif.-d. "January 1 G. 1934." The Senate the overseas highway which in time will make Gallon-Cans

had to correct the mistake by passing a possible an auto trip from Miami to Key I A : t In 5 Gallon Cans, 80c .: I il
$1 75 at ......._. ...._.__._.?
motion made by Democratic Leader Robin- ,Key without the need of ferries. We have per gallon ._......... .

>011. But then. President Roosevelt gave rehabilitated houses for tourists. In the field "-'f .:

III.t iv warning that he might make many of recreation, we have started a bicycle

tin t Pikes, but that he would have them club, a hiking unit a municipal band a girls' 7\( j/ -

,.. 1 u-clod. orchestra and an official marimba band. ZILO

We have cleared blocks of beach propertyfor
Request of Congressman Wilcox that : the comfort and convenience of the tourist.A I A Sherwin Williams product that has become very

1 l\ \ Wt st be made the winter }base of sub- Key West hospitality! league was organizedfor is only one real test for I popular in Key West, and elsewhere, due to the fact thatit

n... i'ines now stationed at New London, the purpose of looking after the comfort any roof-the test of Time. is probably the lowest priced-PURE 100 Per Cent Lead

( onn., where they would return for the and! well being of the tourists. Native plants .That's why we handle Carey and Zinc Paint known. A 25 lb can of this product to-

ununcr, probably will be granted, the and fruits have been planted in profusion, A Roofings and Shingles the 4 gether with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for ,

Kin West Citizen believes. If left to a run-down golf course has been put into excellent name "Carey" has meant roof J..: pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about

vote of the officers and men, we feel sure condition. At this golf course, incidentally -
I : for than
ing satisfaction more $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares with pre-
ilun would choose: the Florida winter one starts his: came at the/At. .. .t about
60 years. pared paint costing $3.50 per gallon.
baw.: Such a move would be a great help lantic Ocean and finishes at the Gulf of

u) r restoring the fortunes of the i island Mexico. We have practically completed r a Get our low prices on these % .'

, it. Miami Daily News.A tropical, air .
-- open marine aquarium which will roofs-we have
high quality IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS-15 to 60 Watt
be unique because it will be the only one of
the right type for every purpose i
Mrs.I Maxine Howard, 2.1:;, paid Miami its kind in the United States.In :

an unexpected call Friday. In her addition to all this the FERA has in and purse. 'i 2 for 15c

.t place: monoplane she made the trip btituted a national: advertising campaign for Key

from Cleveland in less than five hours: an West setting forth i its attractions to tourists, including Phone SOUTH 598 FLORIDA CON.While&&ENG.Eliza CO.St.

tt'irrago' speed of nearly 2GO miles an hour. a booklet and 1C9! water colors of distinctive "Your Home I* Worthy of the Be l"

\\t.\ Howard would have arrived earlier, scenes, which are being exhibited in principal Co.I I

ho explained apologetically, but ran cities. In fact, Mr. Stone and his helpers South Honda Contracting & Engineering

' 'i-nigh rain and had an uneven ceiling all have gone far in converting a "busted" city into e I
Of Pboae 598 White ud Eliza Strettt
IH.' way down. She arrived in Miami be- popular resort. It 'is one of the outstanding

fort ,a telegram she had sent In Cleveland achievements of the federal relief rogram. Julius ROOFINGS SHINCUESARD "Your home is worthy of the best"

advt>mg :Mumi\ friends that she was on Stone may anticipate calls! :rom other ailing citie 'I I

her way. for a course oT hU rehabilitation treatment. FOR OVER 60 YSARS
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There a basketball II
SYNOPSIS:Jerry Uordaunt Ant snv: you; !" Her arms tightened
Cant to let what. Information ktcan round game played tonight beginning SOUTH BEACIr BUNGALOW.All STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS,
cl aid her
pet from tht Oovllandi. withvkon / my n : soft lips
John Oiborne boarded while met mine. *Oh. my der," she whispered at 7:30, at the High School gym, modern conveniences. AND INDIGESTION victims,

lit vat Ofbome working'mho at ttolt lIalftbrid a valuable e. Itloot "my dear." between two girl teams from the Bathing and fishing at your why suffer? For quick relief

formula from Mot!. O'Urir. and "To let you die I groaned. Wesley House. back door. Frank Johnson, get a free sample of Udga
then teat murdered. Tkt formulakat now I ... ; An interesting exhibition is doctor's
Colonial Hotel Tablets prescription,
Building. a
"It's too hideous utterly 1
iitappfared. and Jerry it help :>> ; It's too I
ing holly and lick Trench if arch hideous." promised. jan7-tf at Gardner's Pharmacy.
for ft. Uottv and Nick' art tzoilll7 ,"'.- I MIAMI STADIUM DIAMONDBALL
KEY WEST\ WINS -8-9.14.16-21.22-
Oilomf. workroom when lot
door it lofted: behind' him. and "I'm not afraid-not If I can: die I ........................
like this. I know FOR RENT-Two-story furnished
there's another life 1

ftter they Orloff.Fo*.shortly fourth Bolshevist v>
there Kiss me aaln, Nick. Keep Apply 817 Fleming
',/tlllfco'e.Au been left" I ....................'.. TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
aboard tltir yacht the cSea jtslZ. on kissing me until-until . street. JanlO-J2tx

I strained her still closer: so close BOXING EVENTS Due to the death of Roland Al- I I. 1673-Monthly post between sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.

Chapter 40 that I could feel her heart throbbing bury, father of Esmond Albury, LOCAL BOYS MAKE EXCEL-I. York and Boston established.j FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 aug7OLD

JIMMY FOX AGAIN : against mine. It seemed as member of the Busy Bee Club, LENT RECORD IN RE- I I I Rooms and Bath, Laundry Tubs, PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
though of her the diamondball scheduledfor 1850 First issue the "Alta
something own faith CARD OF CHAMPIONS TO BE' game of Garage and Telephone. 514 bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office -
"TN other wordsaafd Molly sharp- and courage had suddenly passed last night at Bayview Park CENT GAME California," first California daily. Margaret.\ jan2 !GI

.* ly,"you're a Bolshevist spy,and Into my soul!,and all 1 was conscious PUT ON THURSDAY NIGHT; was postponed.Due I oct

," u're frightened that we shall give announcement will be 1895-National Association of I MIMEOGRAPH P PER. 500

you away." I! EVERYTHING NOW IN PER. made as to the next game to bed JOVE Manufacturers of the U. S. or- MISCELLANEOUSCASH sheets $1.25. The Artman
(By )
That la precisely the situation. I

Yon have more Intelligence than I FECT SHAPE I II played. The local boys tackled the pick ganized. PAID for used furniture. Press, Citizen Building.

'your companions: MIss O'Brien. It's of the Dade-Broward County 1013 Southard street jnn27tf
---- I Victoria
regrettable that will have LEGALS ot 17-imox
you to Jan
I i Baseball League on their own Great Britain, aged 81. PRINTING-Quality Printing at
share their fate. (SprrUI to The ritlzo) ------ : -
1iv THR r"UTIT 'ot-KT OF TUB I and the by a The Art-
grounds won game I BICYCLESWE the Lowest !
By tremendous
a effort managedto MIAMI:\ Jan. 22.-The Miami: I\TIKTII Jiniriii. nuCl -

keep my head. The odds against Municipal stadium in its fighting!I -IT OK TIIK ST TK OK: I'MHIIDA. -'I score of 4 to 1. I. 1917 President Wilson's man Press. 'aug'l

)any help reaching us from outside dress as it has been prepared focI'I (' 1AMI IN' rillM'KHl.I.KNOV JOlt : MOXItOUOINTU ". The scores were made in this' "Peace Without Victory" addressto RENT by the Hour, Day or
seemed U. S. Senate. Week. Repair all makes and SECOND SHEETS-500 for 60c.
to be a million to one. but the "Card of Champions" to be]I nrSSKM. .,
with at fashion: I them with Nu-Enamel. We The Artman Press. aug7
Jerry liberty, every additional !- this Complainant, II |I paint
presented on Thursday night
1 moment that we could gain \8. Forrrloxirr .1 1.1... The locals scored their first run the ball over the left fielder'shead carry a full supply of parts.

added to that slender chance.: provides the finest fight arena in I I n STAFF of Tax and OrtlfiratmtJOHN' 1Uli.i i in the' second inning. Baker singled for a home run. I Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand : BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now

"You're-a: trifle too .late" I said the world. It is perfect in its set --.-- STAFF his wife, if marI I to right. A. Perez sacrificed Only two errors were chalked sell them as low as $1.00 lOc each or 3 for 25e at The

,deliberately. AIl: the information ting, with every,.seat almost a, iji.l, and if Urail their unknown I him Baker went to I Music Artman Press Phone $1 Citi-
location 8'0 Juln., d vUe?*, grantees or I to second. up in the game-one by A. Perez per week. J. L. Stowers ,
lingdde and eat
fit hara kbtrut you is'already in toe no :. other claimants; amt all claim third on a fielder's choke and and the other by A. Acevedo, both Company. janl8-lmo zen Building. octlG
\fcandi 'of the:police. If you kill us far away that binoculars are ants having or claiming anIntf'r."t :I I
scored when Cates walked. of KeyVest..
you will be banging yourself necessary in trying to see the to the property hr?- I'I ,
quiteunneceugrllyr PERSONAL CARDS 100
!I. described In their half, the South Miami I Jo Jo White and Greenberg. of LOST -- printed

_ fighters in action. Even the Defendants.OIU boys, tied the count. Lee singled I the Tigers and Paul Waner of the I cards, 125. The Artman
Once more Orloff laughed softly."I bleacher seats are comparatively >KR: OF PfULICATIOX I
; to left and Todd to deep the LOST-White Gold Wrist Watch. Press. aug7
It appearing by the .worn Bill of tripled Pirates and Max Carey of
not. I the I
am Impression ,
think upder : close when other outdoors I
up the complainant filed in the abota Maria
{ left center, Lee scoring. Brooklyn Dodgers were among the Finder return to
that have been foolish
you arenas are remembered. j stated cause, that the residence! of BENJAMIN LOPEZ
I enough to( rely upon your own intelligence. It's magnificent result of 1 I the d.-f..ntlant., John R. Staff and In the third the local boys scored -' spectators at the game. Knowles 1106 Elgin street, and

I should scarcely have a Mrs. .Staff, his wife 1 if marricd I one more run. C. Griffin walked Score by innings: I receive reward. jan21-2tx FUNERAL HOME
carefuloik and planning by, Is unknown; that the complainant I
taken the trouble to follow you Architect Lionel Levy and mat- does not know and ha. not and was' sacrificed to second R. II. E.j E.Ubli.hed 49 Year

down here and arrange for your removal no I been able to ascertain whether paid and scored as Pena singled to left. Key West 011 200 000-4 8 2 BROWN TIE with 1933 Class Key Weil's Olde.t

unless I were convinced that ter have where full one view may of sit everything he will 1 I-t defendants- Staff,hi John* wife U. If Staff r 4'.l,airs.1 are!)]I In the fourth the last two runs, S. Miami 010 000 000-1 G 0 Pin, Helen Caviness. Rewardif 24-Hor Ambulance Service
the results would be satisfactory.. I iall\e or dead; that if said defendants of the game were made.' Armando I Batteries: Casa and C. Griffin; returned to Citizen Office. Lice-tee1. Embalmer

"And what are your arrange-I that goes on in the ring at all I are dead that has complainant been Acevedo ripled and Cates knocked I Todd and SauL janl8.3tx bone 131 Ni.Lt ,S>>8-\Y
does nut know and not
ments! I demanded. "If we've got I ; 1 I
able to ascertain their heirs devisees
to die might at least i I It's compact in its structure be.I
you tell us grantees or other claimants;

that. ing set up to hold about 20,0(10( that complainant verily unknown believes.I CIIIIIIIIIIII. llff. ::".4TII.lI.lIIIIIIIIIIIRELIABLE
that there are other "f'r.j
"They are simple enougbcame people, if that many. It's presentation sons having or claiming an interestin

back the suave answer. "You will ; has done no little to the real estate described In said

bo the victims of an unfortunate accident : augment interet-t in the coming bill of complaint, and described as
follows: In Monroe County Florida .
due I am afraid partly to show, which now looks like a sell to-wit: |

your own carelessness and partlyto II out. The daily workouts of Dar- Heine: a part of Government
the almost criminal negligence of Lots 3. i, and 6 of Section 18.
ney Ross the world's lightweight T"\\n>.hl 63 outh of Range
friend. Sir William Avon.
your and junior welterweight championand 3* East and being on Plantation FIRMS
"In the cellars under our feet ]';e)', and is more particularly -
Frankie Klick of Californiain
described as follows:
there are still several cases of hlfib
the main bout and the grinds Iteing the S. Wly portion of Lot :
explosive-enough. I should say to 1 according to a map of the
reduce this building to a heap of through which World's heavy. estate of J. It I'mder, deceased j '

bricks and mortar. That is the exact weight champion Max Baer have said map being recorded in
Plat look 1. page 81, Monroe Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
use to which I propose to put it." I gone have all brought about nationwide County, Florida Records. The

I felt Molly's fingers tighten on interest in the contests portion of ground herein conveyed I?

mine, but otherwise she remained No l less an attraction is that semi- commence at the point
where the Wly boundary of said .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee f.ieeeeeeeeeoeeeoeeeeeoeeooeeeeeeeeeoeoeeeeeeeee. i* ,.
perfectly stllL final bout of ten rounds betweenJoe Lot 1 intersects with the At-

Knight, the southern -light .Jw.tiLo..ean; ; thence alone said PLANTS FLOWERS : DELICIOUS i S
boundary line in a N. Wly fuse which I am now about I CLOVER
heavyweight champion and Tony
THE 36:; feet to the right-of- : CAKES and PASTRIES
light. continued Orloff. "will of the F. K. 4 VINES
Shucco of Boston which will way C. Hallway : SERVICE STATION :
reach the powder ten minutes after Company; thence In a N. E'ly I CONDENSED MILK
lead the winner to a bout for the direction along said right-of- : : AUTO SERVICE :
1 bare left That will have
you. a : 175-pound} title held by Bib Olin.I way :200: feet; thenre at right Cocoanut: plants, each 15c e C ASKFORITATYOUR !
double advantage. It will give you angles in a S. E'ly direction CARS WASHED : ;
time to prepare for the next world. _ ... ?: Ross has trained as hard for 3&k feet to the Atlantic Ocean; ..: Hibiscus Plants, each 10c.5c e : : e NEICHBORHOOD STORE
their fight as he did for those thence at right angles along the CARS POLISHED
and it will enable me to retire from Bougainvillea, Red or Pure :
shoreline in S. direction
I two great battles he had with GASOLINE Same
the scene of the tragedy. 1i I 200 feet to the point of begin pie :50c t. $1.00 J e quality and weight i as
"I had hoped to Include the rest : Jimmy McLamin. lie likes this ning. The last mentioned TOP SERVICE J other higher priced. condensed
boundary being a beach mean Poinsettia Plants flOe to $1.00 : BATTERY
of your party but since tbat convenient ik part of the country and in anxiousto I e milk.

solution appears to have make good here, seeing in it der.Also: The S. Wly portion of k.: Crotons, each 2c : GULF SERVICE WITH A

miscarried: we shall have to find a the medium. for future great of Lot J. U u. 1'inder'a according Isolate to said recordedIn map :,'4 Turks Cap, each _- -_ lie SMILE! I -DISTRIBUTED BY_

different method of dealing with the fights, which will attract thou- Plat Hook I Si. Monroe
Roses dozen - $1.20 J Our Read>.to-Serv* Ca '0 '- : TRUJILLO *
others. You can be quite sure thatIt sands. Barney is a great worker County, Florida Rf'f'ords.and ,

will be equally effective. and the thousands which have where beginning the Western at boundary the point of aDd Pastries are always fresh! : GIVE US A TRIAL : WHOLESALE GROCERY $

Ills voice ceased. and for several looked, at him, in training regard said Lot 14 intersects with the South Florida Nursery ; Maloney & Peacock .Cor Flcmiag aid GrUaell Sts, :
seconds amidst a deathly silence. I pushed desperately at the massive 1I': C. Ity.; thence along said
steel slab. him as great a fighter as Benny boundary in a N. Wly direc- Phase 597 CatWria St. : PHONE 818 : PHONE 91 C and Thomas Streets
Molly and I stood there hand in
Leonard and Joe Cans tion 1174 feet to the Waters of
hand. Then. from somewhere down They have seen Klick work too the Hay; thence at right angles ............e.ese..seIe.e...................... :eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE................................
I of now was a strange: and Jupplness. C ti:
Waters of in
the passage came a faint sound like along the the Hay % SELECT SEA FOODS IJ.wfi.h :
and are at odds to decide who will a N. ":Iy direction 200 feet;
the closing of a door. HAPPY DAYS ARE
thence in an Easterly direction : PLUMBING
With bitter oath. I back. If death were only . win this scrap which carries withit I :
a stepped I 1174 feet more or less to the 2 Ibs. 35 J .
"I've let you la for this" I mattered -I God In heaven-wliat was that: ? the junior lightweight title. It F. Ie.. lly. right-of-way;
brokenly. "It utter looks like a dose one. thence in a S. Wly direction Yellowtail St.akr2 Ib,. 35c : :
was my i My whole body went tense and along Mid F. E. C. Ry. right- .
stupidity . rigid; and with a low cry Molly freed Max Baer took a trip to the of-way 250 feet to the point of k Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 2Sc : : Office: 319 Dural Street :

"Xo. no; you're not to blame." In herself from my arms. West coast on the week-end' but .ing beginning.about 41 Said% lot of land he- ..: Grouper, 2 Ibs. 25c : DURO PUMPS ,
acres more. or
a halt dazed fashion Molly drew the back and
will be on Wednesday
"You heard It, Nick-you heard less. Snapper, 2 Ib*. 2Sc : PLUMBING SUPPLIES
back of her band across her eyes. to through with his The first parcel of land V
ready go TELEPHONE
Mutton 2 ,. c NO. 1
} tr herein described Fish, Ib 25c :
containing Hi
,, wanted to come. I made you bring bout with Jimmy Maloney, whichis
I nodded. "Listen? I said hoarsely. acres, more or less.
Ti -me.-- I'Mistcr Trench-where are you? an added feature to the greatest Also; On the Island knownas Larva Select Oysters e PHONE 348 S
"There must be some way out offered in Floridain 1'lintation Key and knownon ; Your .
fight card : Try Meal At
t's me-Jimmy. I Ceo. L. a.onald'a amended CAPT. TOM'S PRODUCTS : ----
/: glanced desperately round the 1 t
'The voice was Incredibly faint and ] years. I plat of Government Lots 3, 6 and
\ I room. "Another door or something *. Section 18. 63 Delmonlco
( Township RestaurantIT
remote-faInter even than the littlo Kingfish Mackerel _
VtboS8: curtains..." I strode across South range 3$ East recorded .

tjio. farther? corner and. clutchingthe' : tinkling crash that had preceded 1U eeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's in Plat Hook 1, page 101. Mon 1 PROMPT DELIVERY JOHN C. PARK : PORTERALLENC B. ."..r B... ---__ IS. .
Clenching my handi. I sprang to- roe County Florida Records as
of linen which Birthdavs
two strips
green follows: The Easterly half'"of
wards the dooiv I 51w Coors. DID. r..
wrenched Lot 3 COMP
hung from a brass rod. having a frontage of J71feet
All I disclosed "We're here." I shouted. "Straight S.................. .... C inches, along the F. K.C. : 11111 anti 85.
them savagely 4 328 IOer,7Sc,
apart. PHONE 151 SIMONTON ST. -------- .
ahead of you-tho first opening on Ry. right-of-way and a frontage -

was"These a stretch cursed of walls bare shelves.smooth the right. We're In the room at the Charles F. Oursler, editor of. along of the ZOO Atlantic feet more Ocean or, lees ..: .'......8............... ...................... .. ......................... ........ ...........
are as Magazine born in Baltimore containing -
Liberty ,
end. Hurry, Jimmy or you'll be too two and three-quartera ..: Our
as glass 1 exclaimed despairingly Reputation i. W
late." 42 years ago. (a 3-4) acres, more or less. The rap- : AARON McCONNELL : IT WILL. SURPRISE YOU :
It there only something I could Attention ,
was division of said lot being shown Housewives!
Molly was beside me again and ped in pack.e.
every 536 Fleming! Street
climb np by . .t.n said plat. :
Nick. Molly staring up at the ventilator, we listened Edward S. Harkness of New : Also: On the Island known : :To see the PRETTY GIFTS J
-It's no use. V
stretched out her bands. "Come breathlessly. One-two-p r- York philanthropist, born in &s Ueo.Plantation L. Key and known of I IPRINTING 'hi :: and NOVELTIES at : We
haps three seconds. and then from _ji>n Maclkonald'a amended '; ::: > are now offering 3
back to me; come back to me and Cleveland, 61 years ago. plat of Oovernment Lots 3. I 5 and
the passage outside came the pat C, of Section 18, Township C3South. : THOMPSON'S FREE : grades of
hold in arms.
your ter of bare feet. Range 33 East, recorded h
I stumbled blindly towards her. "It's all right sir. The key'a In Kenneth R. Kingsbury of San In Ilat Itook 1, page 101 Mon- ) : MARINE MUSEUM U.THE U.
"My darling-my dearest I roe County, Florida Public \.: DOCtO4 AMERICAN COFFEE
caught her to me and crushed her the lock. I'll have you out in 'alt a Francisco president of the Standard Records as follows: TheEasterly DONE BY US 324 Margaret Street i iGiant
Jiffy." Oil of California, born at : half of Lot 1%. havinga .
against my hearL 1 love you so. and frontage of 250 feet along the :Things that your friends will .
click JerkIng
There was a sharp Columbus, Ohio, 59 years ago. F. t:. C -at-
I whispered. "I'd go through tortureto Ry. right-of-way anda I .
and around the handle, I pushed des frontage of 180 feet along the WATCHMAKER. JEWELER :appreciate.: Come in and- tee
the least harm. yet
save yon the massive steel slab. Day of Florida And contain them. :
perately at AND ENGRAVER :
-ob. my God. Molly!-I've brought and silently George Barton of Philadelphia, ing eight and one-quarter ARTMAN 25c, 20c and 15c Ib.
It swung back as swiftly PRESS Your next Lobster Crab Din-
you to ycur death." detective story writer, born there, (8 1-4) acres, more or less. The See Him For Your Next Work
"Don't don't Nick. You mustn' I as it had closed: and a small dripping division tf said lot being shown ..: : :ncr will be much more delicious! : :
halt naked figure: stumbled G9 years ago. $ on said pl If Jt is baked and STAR COFFEE MILLS
tajke like that. What does It matterIf l And it further appearing from Citizen Bid. : served In our .
we are going to die? It's God's forward over the threshold. ,> I said sworn bill that the complainant : Hours 9 to 12-1 to 6 : Scallop or Heart Sea :
happened." HY ou ain't "urt. sir-yea . Yehudi Menuhin of San Francisco verily believes" that each i :Shells. I 512 Greene St. Phone 256
have :
wouldn't PHONE
will or it "Run Jimmy" I gasped. "Open violinist, born in New York of said defendants are over the age I SI Open Saturday Nights

""nUT I love )'ou.- repeated: wild the front door. This place Is going City, 18 years ago. of no person twenty-one or persons years;in that the there State of is,I ..S....I.IIIII.SIII....S........................C.........................V......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSERVE

up In two seconds __ ___ *> "Florida the service of a summons
ly."I didn't know, I didn't realize in chancery whom would DNEATTHE
2JJ Pens Fnlli3\iny Co.) upon bind :
) :
. I Dr. Frederick C. Ferry; pre.ident I said defendants or any of them. READPRITCHARD S THE POPULAR

"I love you too. Nick. I think I've Tomorrow, there Is a great txplosion. \ of Hamilton College, CIn-: I I defendants.It Is therefore John Ordered R. Staff that and Mrs.said PLAZA RESTAURANT DESSERT

loved you from the first moment I I ton, N. Y.. born at Braintre, Vt !- Miff his wife if married and JJJ| J KEY WEST FUNERAL HOME :
I if dead their unknown heirs devisees -
I 167 years ago.Clement I. grantees or other claimants : S Royal Palm Ice Cream
-- - -'--------- ;; If you are accustomed to :
I and all persons having or claiming SUNDAY STARSubscription
MARRIES MANY TIMES L. Shaver of Fair- I an interest in and to the real property dining at home you will find : : Dig-ified. SynpetketicCorte : Aa4 N.ik1.
BILLIARD hereinbefore described be. and
| I mount "'. Va., farmer-lawyer, they are hereby required to appear THE PLAZA a tore! and ... : : V SI

LONDON.Douglas James of I|I onetime chairman of the Democratic : to the bill of complaint filed in said 7 BARBECUES of all kind
joyable experience. $2 Per Year : :
: cause n or before Monday th. 4th 4
ON FOR TONIGHT this city convicted of fraud, admitted I i I National Committee, born day of February. A. D. 1>35, otherwise : : :
I! DeEcIov Toasted
: that he had I the allegations of said bill LICENSED EMBALMER *
court mar- there 68
near ,
years ago. 1 Key. We t'
I II I:will be taken as confessed by said: BREAKFAST : & a Only Sunday :
i I ried women in France, ,India, :defendants COLD BEER

I I Egypt and the United States. I Joshua W. Alexander of Galla-j I! It U further Ordered that thisI I LUNCHEON I Pafter." A-sbmlaac. Service
Another the billiard :
in Order be
game I published once each week e
tin Mo., U. S. Secretary of Commerce 'I for Jour consecutive weeks ia The SUPPER :
tournament will be played t-- Amelia Earhart completes IIaj West Business Office Citizen : BOB'S BARBECUE
Key CitIzen a newspaper published -
from 1919 to 1921 born in :
night at the Duval Club. wa .Californi. flight. !. Monroe County Florida. LADY A1TENDAHT. I
!j I Cincinnati, S3 years ago. Dated December. JJth. A- D.' ItU. PLAZA RESTAURANT : Building : : Walte at Newton Street
In the first set A. Sanchez and ..l.-- (SEAL) ROSS C. SA WYE .
1 I I and Ut/ieta will match their wits Clerk of Circuit Court of Monroe r- sos Dura! Street : PHONE 51 :P-ome 548 New. Sleep $ C.tb Service .
F. Stickney will meet Orta and against M. Sanchez and Valdes. Haig Patigian of San Fran County.. Florida. :

Ortega. The first game will start at cisco, sculptor, born in Armenia. RAYMOND Solicitor. for R. LORD,Complainant.'..* .*. '1
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In the second game McCarthy: 7:30 o'clock. 69 years ago. - JanI-l-lS-21.il r

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: year course, has been demon- tendencies at home and abroad."It |

SOCIETY The Value Of strated repeatedly, although space i U highly important to develop BARGAIN BUYSMr.

:-: : : permits mention of only two of through foreign language

the more significant objective ex study, a less provincial attitude

periments. The Buswell experiment toward the merits and achieve-
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress Modern Foreign Languages shows that where student ments of other peoples, or, stated

'PHONE 752-J I are given extensive leading experience positively, a truer appreciation of
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The Value of- Modern Foreign and on which most of the prom. ually increasing difficulty, they history through an understandingof

Miss Mary Elizabeth Grillion inent linguists in the country as will, in two years time, exhibit in and comparisons with, those of
Language* a reply to critics, i* well as hundreds of secondary reading a foreign language those a foreign country. This, in turn

William school and'college teachers collaborated characteristics which mark good contributes toward' international
Weds Joseph Sawyer the caption of an article appearing -
were already available. reading habits in the mother tongue understanding and good will; it

I in the January' issue of the Journ. Yet the state adopted texts.Wilkins i.e., few'and brief eye fixa- constitutes a step "in the direction

The marriage of Miss Mary powder-blue trimming. ,ar| .
II al of The Florida Educational Association
Elizabeth Grillion daughter of I carried a bouquetftadiants. French, are in almost'every regard -' retrogressive moyements. West,, tohear.hatred!: against an indivi-
Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer, left experImdit'( ; wills dua1.QCa nation understand
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Grillion, reproduced in'this issue I examples of what a high HI his I Bengali| one
I f the highway immediately following -' school! textbook should! not be I I children. proved that they could Inevitably, when a modern language
of i
to Joseph William Sawyer, son I the ceremony, and will drive of The Citizen. The vocabularies are entirely too learn to read English periodicals'I is taught in a rich social

Mr. and Mrs. William Sawyer,: as far as Jacksonville. On their I large (over twice the recommeiu- and simpler texts in two years''' context, the student's outlook i is
The article is critical studyof
took place this morning at return from the honeymoon next I a i ed size), and are composed to a I I time, and this despite the fact, broadened and assuredly these less

Sunday evening they will be at that their native infinitely ) tangible spiritual and cultural
6:30 at the rectory of the Catholic the methods and text books large extent of words and idiomsof language. was
I home to their many friends at I I The more different from the values are of utmost importance.
Church here with the Rev. W. infrequent usage. grammar -
their apartments in the Crusoe ured in modern school and presents .I I is presented too rapidly, too acquired one than English is different -!'"Man does not live by bread

J. Reagan officiating.Miss I home on Simonton street. from the modern foreign "
an analysis of the several 'I' technically and through rules instead alone.
Leota Grillion, sister of Both :Mr. and :Mrs. Sawyer are of through languages taught to our high

the bride, was bridesmaid, with! well-known in Key West. During II phases of this branch of school "The exercises which usage.are over. school students. I "True, this appreciation of our

George William Ybarmea actingas j the past several months showers II loaded with fine points of grammar "One almost hesitates ,to use i, own civilization this increased social

attendant to the bridegroom.The .| were held in Mrs. Sawyer's honor I curricula.The are difficult, uninteresting! questionnaire statistics, realizing insight may be attained

ceremony was attended only! by her friends, and the numberof critique was written by I and always of the "recall," never how unreliable may be this intro-! through other sources. To Spencer -

by members of the immediate lovely gifts attested to her of the "recognition" type. Thereis spective method, which frequently, it will be recalled all knowl- Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres

families of the bride and groom 1 popularity. They seem eminently eight members of a class in Methods I practically no connected read. by compiling the guesses of a few... edge of worth was to be found in Fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted

and several intimate friends. I! suited for each other, and are a the natural sciences; to numerous Home Site, Hotels or Apartments. Owner needs money
hundred thousand
Modern Languages ing matter (although ability to or persons, pur-
Miss Grillion was charming in'I particularly nice-looking young of Teaching read is considered the primaryskill 'ports to arrive at a sound con-\ contemporaries, social sciences and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.

a navy blue crepe travelling out-I I couple. They carry with them on I Florida State College for in foreign/ language study) clusion, or, as Carlyle has it, the furnish the sine qua non, the key

fit, blue shoes, toque with half.I their honeymoon the blessings I and what little reading/ mattefjs1 j I theory that "out of the multi.<,.to all values. There are others, Ideal Spot for Apartment House! A REAL BARGAIN-Waterfront

veil and white accessories. She!! and good wishes of their countless 11 Women, one of the members being 'given is full of difficult! :construction II t I ] lication of ignorancegorges wis-)' however, to'whom a foreign Jan- -Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet,} property on Key Largo 'atTavernier
carried bridal bouquet of lovely -friends, and on their return will i : ni.ayfurnish the Hotel Casa Marina
:,;; Miss Fortuna ; and unusual :v cab'utit'n. : lom." Some uestloniifeires\ how- guage ; supreme fronting 150 feet fronting At.lu4ic. .
pink' radiants. The bridesmaidwore i take their places as members of Lopez'daugther'ofjMr. I stead of being extensive in quan.II ver, do not We'al merely with!'!'vantage point from which to view Southern and Eastern exposure.: Ocean ,

blue flowered crepe withWoman's ,I the young!married set of the city. and Mrs. Aquilino Lopez Sr., i tity'and, simple In expressib'h;* nor I I'' U.Wfl i themselves--'' and the world, may Don't miss this; it, is, a bargain..\. extending backit t

I i!' does' the materiall'ahy i \ w'ay lend I Ittself r- .... al Jjlt'I 'constitute a" prime source of social Listing No. 73.t': Onrseai' Highway; dista.c $25
-- -- --- - cf Key West. : : J uesst' IQ \' 1ft '
'I to the tonstrucoxr'ot.type ; "new I II I<4 is oiuV bu Professor'Shea i insight Weltanschauung, "i't9'1 feeti fronting>> road from. Overs'easHjighwa
i ; I gory '
; NONE BETTER- -,Entire ;\ -
Guild To : Magazine Editor I The article is reproduced here-'I 'objective test"Fihall; "'as > of Wisconsin. The value I may be, borrowing the phrase of fronting Yacht Basin: on. 4rtP4, ...J,:Jo w. ter..This! ,I ispk'f; .
of life
Give Entertainment Visits Key West with: far'thought content, the') sloric 1, If ]language study in providing an John abundant'Dewey, ."source Beach, size 148 feet, 6 inches by an .estate! ,.that must J b>>e t settled.

"For some time there has been I I social! and culurla values are practically opportunity to find enjoyment in I more 150 feet. This would b. ideal spot $1,200 takes: it. Act Cluic Listing .

'he Woman's Guild of St.Paul's Burt Mac\ Bride, one of the criticism directed against the I ignored. intellectual and artistic ways is BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING for private home or Apartment No. 40.Corner .
I "In addition to the undesirable not. as is frequently claimed,
my- I House. while the
editors of the magazine Cosmopolitan WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.
Parish will tonight at in
teaching of foreign languages
I textbooks. language teaching has thical. Of 6,000 students -
I / questioned PHONE dec20 price is right. Listing No. 132. Business Property on
arrived in West 152M.
Key yesterday -
o'clock hold their Sock Social at I the high schools. While this trendof i also suffered frequently throughthe 49 per cent ;ndicated that I I Duval street. Owner offer this
morning by plane to transact
the Parish House at which time business with Author Ernest Hem thought is diminishing in most I low level of the instruction. II they had read additional French r Beautiful located home on North property at a great sacrifice. First

the farce comedy, "A Rainbow of! ingway.Mr. parts of the country, it is at pres- I There are, of course in Florida, after terminating their study of I! MONROE THEATER Beach, fronting Yacht Basin. $3,000 cash offer takes it. Worth

Husbands," under the direction of Mac Bride yesterday enjoyed ent gaining impetus in Florida. i many excellent, well-trained modern the language in high school or col-'; Constance Bennett in Grounds cover half block:, with I more than double. Don't miss thisopportunity.
"Who are the critics of foreign : language teachers. State teach Jege. j I large two-story home. Property
Emil Swteting, will be presented. tennis and swimming and THE OUTCAST LADY Listing No. 218.
languages? On what bases do they I i requirements/ are such, how- Organized Course I fronts on three streets and is offered ((
himself \
expressed as being more Ceasar Romero-l\I nna Gombellin
Wiener Roast On 'than enthused with Key West, its criticize foreign languages? What I ever, that teachers who are trained "In the matter of social insight,! CHEATING CHEATERS for half its actual value. Improved property, Angela
are weaknesses in foreign lan in other fields have frequently Don't miss this bargain. ListingNo.
charm, climate and other attrac- teaching in Florida? What I it is impossible even to touch on i iI i Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra street, next to corDer'of Duval
Beach guage found themselves modern 178.
TonightThe I I filling !
tions. lIe particularly liked last I i :i 15-20c; Night, 15-25c street Size, 99 by 94, 8 inches.
values may and should be derived : longuage positions simply because the myraid connections which a
night, which he believes to be one .1 home flaglerl Improvement on this propertyAvenue
Boys' Sodality of the Catholic of the most exquisite tropical from the study of a foreign lan! they have had the eighteen hours'I well organized course in a foreign I I Two-story, corner property on, ideal lo consist of two one-story frame

Church here will hold a wiener nights he has ever experienced. guage? These are very real problems ,i 1.' required by the state for certifica language may and should have cation just the home are building, one used for businets,
I you
to students who in
roast tonight at 7:30 o'clock on college as tion. The criticism for the present and the other for dwelling. $1,600
: 1 with other courses in such fields'' looking: for. Listing No. 245.
South Beach. Isidore Rodriguez be entertainment for the general the present instance, are preparing I; condition rests not so much literature DOWNGDIS takes: it. Terms may h. arranged.

; will be in charge, and there will I I public, which is invited to attend. themselves to teach Spanish or with the mathematics major who as history, and geography -! Exceptional Bargaii -Furnished Listing No. 218 A.
i French in the high schools. teaches Spanish-he must live, For instance an understanding two-story home on Whitehead)

"Who are the critics? They are and probably the mathematics of the transition of Spain J street in exclusive eirhborhood'i. Here is a real LomBuDlfalow
.... ....: schoolmen, teachers, principals,'educationists COtS THE PRICE OF
position is held by a history from a monarchy to a republic, fronting Coral Park and beautiful Laying 7 room, all modern inprovement -

I' PERSONAL; MENTION\ who sincerely desire to major-as with the person who from a socialistic republic to one! COMFORT view of ocean. No better I location *; 80 rose tree* or more

improve the secondary school cur- I hires the teachers. In no field is with fascist leanings, and the possibilities -! could bo found, and the price !i. in yard; 10 different kind of

................................................. ricula. The weakness in their criticism inadequate preparation more disastrous of a restoration of the right- Listing No. 265. fruit tree and two bearing grape,

Miss Juanita Curry left yesterday ., Captain Ben Felton who was in I lies in the fact that the ma- than. in_ that of modern Monarchy, enables the students to:' vines. Located one half block

afternoon for Miami for a visit Key West for a few days with his jority have had very little train!:'language. Add to this the fact : i1 Ideal Home, corner of Flemingand from City Park i in a most desirableneighborhood.

of two weeks with relatives. family, left yesterday for Mara.I ing in foreign languages and that I''I that foreign residence and grad- checks White streets, overlooking I Near school, church

thon. the instruction received has been I uate study are rarely possible in COLDS government reservation. Southern I and Yacht B. Size of I lot, 80
i of inferior quality. Add to this view of the low salaries, and one 666 and eastern exposure. This propj ;
Mrs. Charles Tanner, who was I : I by 90 feet. Price, $5,500. Terms,
I I consideration that I and erty is offered at a bargain,
in Key West for a few days with. C. L. C. Kah, manager of the the further !I may appreciate the handicap I I half cash. Listing No. 120.on .
relatives, left yesterday afternoon Florida Public Utilities branch at even when the instruction was on faced by the teachers of modern FEVERfir.tday term Listing No. 11.

for the home in Miami. '! West Palm Beach, left yesterday an acceptable level, the primary languages. t lliquiI.Tahlts Her. is yor opportunity for Seven-Room Bungalow in most

afternoon after a brief business interest was in another field-I Primary Need Salve Nost Drop HEADACHESin I income property-Location, United desirable residential section. All

A. Maitland Adams, manager of; visit with Roy E. Lade, managerof natural science, social science difficult -, "The primary needs, then, for? 30 minute I street, near White street. modern conveniences. House in the

the Thompson interests in Key' the local branch. mathematics-and it is not of the improvement of foreign Ian. I Southern exposure.: Improvementsconsist best of condition. Open plumbing,
West left yesterday afternoon I to"comprehend their lack small etc. This it real bargain $3-
Ruage teaching in Florida are pre. of two cottage new. a ;
for a business trip to Miami. I Miss Rita: Pinder left yesterday sympathy for the values of foreign t ferably different textbooks, or at Fish, Birds and Deer Heads ly I repaired and painted. Live in 500 take it. Term can be ar

languages. least new type supplementarytexts Mounted one and rent the other. Term can ranged. Listing No. 91.Unimproved .
afternoon for Miami where she '
Mr. and Mrs.\ John West who Regarding Course and more careful selectionof CECIL CRAYTAXIDERMIST be had and the price i* right. List
will visit with Mrs. J. J. Wcnt-
were spending a few days in Key | "On what bases are high school the foreign language teachers, worth and Mrs.\ Howard Wilson.Mr.
West with relatives, left ) courses in foreign languages at. especially in the smaller high/ Fine Work Reasonable Prices ., OThER PATENTS 50 by 150 feet; location, EagUAvenue
this cannot be .
For location Meacham subdivision.Price
day afternoon for Miami. .ester-I tacked? Common criticisms are: schools where teachers must be 801 FLEMING STREET Probak Junior fits all ,
and Mrs. Arnold Bennett beat-Corner lot, fronting ocean, $550. Terms can be arrang.
first, that students do not qualified in more than one sub- Key West, Florida Gillette A Probak I
Gerald Saunders, of the office and baby, who were spending two mastery of the language in : next: to Hotel Casa Marina, paved ed. Listing No. 92.Fishing .
West vith relatives and sidewalk, and sea wall
1 days in Key ject."One street :
force of the Key West Gas com- one or two years, and that conSe- other matter which the ..
this Pine Key
left yesterday for the home in Mi fronting property. Investigate Camp, Big -
pany who was spending the week. quently the time spentis: wasted; language teachers themselves
I are L. sold. Size of 100 feet water
mutt ,
ami. Mrs. Bennett was before mar- at once. Property ,
end in Miami, returned yesterday: I and, second, that though there the first to admit is the fact that
riage Miss Alma West. I Listing No. 188. frontage by 400 feet. Price $3,-
I may be some values in courses ina there are some students who, 500. Ternst half cash Aa addi-
William Savage, representing' foreign language, the majority of either through/ lack of interest or aHave installed Here is an opportunity 01.a 'ioaa.300eet
; you of frontage
and wa
er ,
i. andjMrs J. A. Curry ,
t1 (\EeIVbi\\' Dry Battery corpora- NV1 these values may be attained in ',1of! ability, should be 'advised/. : lo Me tJmTwo-or! home. p r leet adjoiningtItis .
tjmiwf.Kew' Jersey. Ut yesterday Sirs.\ :Thottlas Pinder, who werovJlltmg'Mr' rhetoric literature f -:11.3: Ot 11.:: '( J. ', i'G'I't -- I first 'f'42.0 p oper.ty
.' and Mrs. Harold R. other courses; 1'j'takV no 'foreign'language1."Such; I rooms. and kitchen 0' T,1osir. can also 'L'e purchased, I Side'four .
Mr Jtlan'ii after a'short business Pinder and other relatives in Key i(in translation. ), history, and the |il,advice cant_ '. rdina 1y be'based. 'oh'a .\' : '} 1.1 bed rooms and bath on eeond, '.'i ed.IW' :'1d m l&:.' else 'of"."prc.i'loor .
visit with. oficiaU of the lighthouse : : the students' : c all modern conveniences:
'W'st. left afternoonfor otner suojecis. j 'study'of 'English< ,i ; .rtt..thenl400 by 400 'Ieef; :r....
and others. yesterday ; the first criticism } heater' aad
department "on
:. i their"'home in :Miami. "In meeting grades, intelligence test, and i, : instantaneous water advantage of this offer. t'LUtiag
:; one at once raises the question standardized prognosis tests..UIT: **' : electric pump; garage, etcThis o., 7,1.. .
''Mrs.'\ Bertha McConnell, whovas"sr I II !I what constitutes "mastery." of'l i "'1'0 turn' to the more1' cheerful,1 :U" t. ,r ,oft-top I is part of an estate that 1D1ut'.b. 4w. V.

\ nding a while with her yon- Mr. and Mrs.\ George Gomez suredly the student will not be., '.positive side, let us' examine'Wnal. .<;:rr I " settled. Property U the best >.f Here is a Rear Snap in 'WaterFront

in-law and daughter :Mr. and Mrs.I| I left yesterday afternoon, Mrs. [ trained linguist, conversing fluently values may actually 'be 'attained ... condition, and $1,800 ca;,h' ta Property in business section

Lawton Watson. loft yesterday for Gomez to visit her parents in and writing technical business In the two year course. These are Refrigerator? it. Worth& double. Listing of the city-Size 134 by 216 feet.

the home in Miami. Fort Lauderdale and Mr. Gomez I : letters. Does one, however, expect -i, the development of: rj,j 264. e.1 Machine shop and lumber shed on

I! to attend to business matters in the students of English to I "1. Ability to read books, property. $18,000 take .it. Term

Captain IT. A. Cotton, of the Miami. They will return within be literary critics or rhetoricians, newspapers and magazines in the If you are interested in small one-third cash. Listing No. 155.

Coast and Geodetic Survey, *ho i I the next two days. the students of Chemistry to be I modern language, within the scope: individual Islands, act before

is actively engaged in survey work expert laboratory technicians the I of the student's interests and intellectual Only !f. prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner prop-

in this section of the state, arrived I I I E. B. Mumford, first mate of students of sociology to be qualified :;; location are right. Our exclusive rty. Size, 50 by 100 feet In the

yesterday after a short visit the Wrecking Tug Warbler left case workers? The second I "2. Such powers.knowledge of the "7,;'..'.*'.::<' listing can fill your wants. main business block on Dave!
in Miami. I afternoon for Miami attain : street I* offered at a great sacrifice -
yesterday criticism that .
I one may grammar of the language as is : Water front property on Big
and was to mebark this morningon / many of the values of a foreign I I demonstrated to be necessary for : Pine Key, near hotel and post office for a quick sale. Take advantage
J. S. Rainey of the agricultural the Coast Guard Cutter Pan language through other courses reading with comprehension. $1 "' iJ: of this opportunity. Listing
'T ::; fronting 300 feet of water '
department, FKRA. returned yesterday dora, to join the Warbler, which : may again be met with a comparison. -I I "3. Ability to pronounce correctly ,.. and 400 feet on County Road. No. 64. .,I.
from Miami where he went is at work salvaging the Ward learn about ',..
now / .
Certainly one may [( to understand and to use I This location cannot be better. The Most desirably located- proper.

Saturday afternoon on a business I Line Steamship Havana, wrecked foreign problems in a course in ;I the language orally within the J' !W W MlIODS 11 price is right and, terms can be arty on Southard ctreet. Size, 50

trip. on Mantanilla\ shoals. I history, or may read translations : limits of class materials. & All THIS FOOD! anged. Listing No. 79. feet, 2 ioehe .by 137 feet. Improvement .
-- -- in an English course. However, in .1 "4. lA knowledge of the foreign .
2 milk 2 S' cream consists of
IMS. twostoryeightroom
___ qis. a
'i do.. C 1 lt>. butter Acreage:on Big Pine Key. This
a course in nome economics one country, past and present, csci
.. "I '&'.cbeeM :2 ass(nut home fronting, South
DELAWARE FOLK I NEW ARRIVAL ATELWOOD'S will learn something about chemistry I rand a special interest in the lifecharacteristics' ( 'j.ece' S i bold csisap is water' ffent' property on the Atlantic ard *treet, a.d.a six-room cottage,
and hygiene; in course in!:and of its peoPl d 0 'IT 1 bottle. cherries o. 2: 110. d'frOllta Newfound
n Ib heM in of
:1 VY htcoa 5 rout 1 fronting alley rear property.
will find \ lertK 1 bi. tmtmmtttt Harbor Key!'S.%. of property, 150
history one !many.ee. ( 5. Increased knowledge .1 First $2,700 take. it. Listing Ne.I .
VISIT KEYVESTI\ HOME 2 lbs. lomuoe 1 beach
ments of geography but there IS i the derivations and meanings of puts one your .celery 2 rspcIrutcs2 acre. The price i* right. Term: *
but rather desir- s1 home Ictaota doxcn of antes One-third cash, and balance can t
I no equivalent a English words, of the principle'sand 1 i ar ,..jJ drcuioc 1 Ib.Iird .
able mutual supplementing of the :2 leftover COB-I be arranged. Listing No. 69. '
I leading facts of English gram-I room'andbath
A having 7
Cottage '
\ bottle T,
Mr.\ and l Mrs. Joseph Elwood tuners I qt. water
MR. AND MRS. JOHN MULHOL the birth'of courses. mar, and of the relationships between 2 quick: (ttttifg its,.. ((2Oi Ideal Home Site On North & in most desirable ,location.
announce a son
cnbts 2 Ibs. of ice
LAND ENJOY FISHINGIN weighing nine pound The nl'w'' ; Two Causes the foreign language and'< Beach-Unimproved corner lot, In best condition, on lot SO,by

arrival has been given the name "It must be admitted that due I English. $1.00 per month until July 1st takes size 99 by 150 feet, fronting 65 feet, located Southard, street

LOCAL WATERS of Thomas Lionel! I to two causes, modern foreign: "The foregoing objectives will three streets, riparian rights. This! near White street. Owner ,offer

Mrs.\ Elwood was formerly Miss\ languages/ may be more subject \ be seen to be of two types: skills, care of the payment is th. spot to build your borne on, this proprty for $3,000 if sold in

Mary Johnson. Mr. anl Mrs.\ El- to attack in Florida than in many I and social insight, the three firs -I and the price i is right. Listing the next 60 day*. Listing Ne.

Included in the winter visitorsto wood are now residing in Wash t states these causes being the state t mentioned objectives falling into Don't miss the chance to have the No. 212. 189. -

Key Vest, are Mr. andIrs.: adopted textbooks and the low the former category, and the List.
ington D. C.
John Mulholland of Milford Dela. i state requirements for the certifi- two into the later.Objective. best of refrigeration at a, All the above and additional improved and ;unimproved '

ware. They make their winter I Borah condemns use of force in I cation of teachers. The textbooks Point small cost business and residential properties in the city,

home ii\ Fort Lauderdale, but visit combating communism.the which were adopted for the state "That the skills mentioned may and acreage on the Florida Key too numerous to mention

Key West every January, com ----- | in 1930 were already antiquated See us regarding. this trial'' plan. are listed in our office. Call and make known your wants
ing here especially for the fine trip with Captain Baker on out of keeping with the recom- I -
-prices terms are
fishing to be found in these waters the launch Mary. mendations of the American and PALACEDouglas

they claim. Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Mulholland\ have Canadian Committees on the Fairbanks in West Co.

On a recent fishing trip in taken up their residence at 313 Teaching of Modem Foreign Lan- THE PRIVATE LIFE OF ] The Key Electric

local waters, Mrs. Mulholland suc. William street. and state that theyare I guages. Sixteen of .these nineteen DON JUAN ;' PAUL BOYSEN COMPANY

ceeded in landing a five-pound more than pleased in every i volumes of publications.I Comedy and Short Reel 1. A.'P.AYAL& Sales Manager

kingfish/ beside catching a number way with their visit to the Island which entailed an expenditure of
I Matinee. 10-15c Night 15-2Sc
of other specimens.I They made City. ,_ 1( three hundred thousand dollars, : :; : ., Phone 153 Office: 619. Fleming St. P. O. Box'303f


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