The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00412
 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 24, 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: UF00048666:00412
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-Associated Press Day Wire ,:. ... : Key West Florida, has the
Service. Che[[I Wtzi (

For 65 Years Devoted to the iacp Citizen I most country equable; with weather an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit

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Investigate- Munitions. : Industry .: 1I!1 I OF ONE HUNDRED TOTAL SUM FOR PRESENT!( MEETING TODAY Will Be Sought By TurnerIn



Many Difficulties i Announcement was made this value of leases and rent- I

SATURDAY TARY INSTRUCTIONS week in Miami that the Committeeof als for homes in Key West for IN CHARGE OF PROGRAMThe COLD WEATHER Flier Expects To Attain

In ProcedureBy I One Hundred had accepted' an out of town visitors secured byj i
the housing department of the Velocity Of 400 Miles
invitation visit West
TRIP WILL BE MADE ABOARD (Spinal! .. The ritlxrn) I to Key on Key West Administration show; Community Service Committee -
ST. AUGUSTINE. Jan. 24.- February 15. The invitation was the of for the I
HERBERT PLUMMER sum $16,918 season An Hour In New DesignOf
I MIAMI-KEY WEST AIRWAYS Melvin Russell chairm.n.had : ,
._ Booklet of regulations and instruc- extended by Win. R. Porter at' a to date. IN MIAfdI
ittA lr l Press) f the
charge of the program at
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.- PLANE THIRD EXCURSIONOF tions for the Florida National : committee meeting held on the I|I Of this sum, activities of this Aircraft
I department conducted by Miss Rotary luncheon today, with Eddie -
Guard; and the Florida Naval :Mm.t'night' of January 15. j
North Dakota and SEASON i I
Senator Nye of Ileen Williams and Miss! Minnie Strunk president of the organization
tia in case state military forces I It is understood the trip will be j, : BOUTS SCHEDULED TO TAKE
j Porter is recorded'j
[ Harris $1,750
has senate committee investigatingthe II' I presiding over the
called in has made either by plane or special (Rr A*.**Ut4 Press)
are upon emergency j j the current week. i iI PLACE TONIGHT POSTPONED
munitions industry are haying Another excursion Old I committee I II In addition and general meeting.Mr. NEW! YORK, Jan. .-Late
plane to been issued by Adjutant General! train. A on arrangements -] to handling
I Langley, visitor to the city, UNTIL MONDAY, ACCORDING -
no end of trouble. Fort Jefferson 60 miles west of) Vivian Collins. Copies are being'1 has been named to attend t I j j'to j closing these negotiations, the' next sum/ner or early neat fall
gave a .very interesting talk on the
First when the Nye committee here in the Gulf of Mexico will be' distributed to all units of the two I j' details of the trip. 1 department attends to numberlessother TO REPORT Colonel Roscoe Turner, speed
I I 'I services, for the winter possibilities of a free trade zone
offered visitors and citizens of I forces and to officers and I
was going at full strength, bringing peace visitors who are here now.includ-,being established) at Key West and flier expect to attain a velocityof
I Key West Saturday by Miami-Key relief agencies- the ;state.II! ing the procuring of servants, [I ,
I \I\YOXSWPS.tDUEJ.\ gave- thorough outline of pro .Disappointment !ia the lot of
,out' allegation! about activi-i I West Airways, Inc. 'The booklet outlines,procedurefor 1 maid and..other,help, and arranging 1. 400ailee, .an houror: more in
peels for having established
tiestef the socalledf'merchanh'\ !1 The flights are made following Jthe-2,600'armed force .of.the with dealers in all ,lines for one these Key Wester who left yesterday an airplane now It.iDI.deai'Ded at
B I in ;, : deliveries and service. here-'}lr.,,Langleyy went into' details. -
state combatting or 'tHERETOMORROW prompt j jSEYERALWACHTS "
of war:' the White House ae- ; arrival of the IG-passenger Commodore mob! action:, strike*,,racial disturb._'t '. .,relative .to.,the matter: and for the purpose of witnessing the University! _MiUDe ota._ The
seaplane from Miami..The I
lected'a committee of its own to!I j I ancestor prison riots< or in con.j 1 i- 4!,] ] spokevery encouragingly",,0: ft. the I )the series of fight scheduledto flight will! |,b .,made somewhere. on .
| plane takes off at 11 a. m. and nection with relief,activities tinci- t
1 I'VESSELSv.ILLr BE,, BERTHED. i chances of meeting,with
mi : : > success the
study mean for takingthe profit o'dock.I I take west.coast, near Hollywood. ,.
in the
place Municipal
returns shortly dent to hurricanes,'conflagrations
j ji [ : )t' on the proposition, and promised t.1
out of war. I I II i Excursionists: have approXimatelY': or other calamities. AT 'PIERS OF PORTER QI 'ARRI YE IrrpORT: to cooperate with any aid that he I.Stadium in Miami tonight If attained, this speed wouldsurpass
I Organization of the state into that of the
two hours at the fort to look over present
move amazing to me, be able to offer relative to
; five territorial districts with a I may There were also a number of world's.land held
plane record bya
the historic old ramparts, parade I
said Nye. "The investigation will national guard commander respon- the movement. His address proved -
grounds, dungeons unfinished I Ii PLEASURE CRAFT ARE NOW other who contemplated leaving Frenchman, by more than 8miles'
fible for planning in each districtis I be and entertaining
to an interesting
continue, said Vandenberg of powder magazine, beautiful brick oii
scheduled to dockat hour
construction at the fort and other i made: public, the districts having ships arc BERTHED IN BASIN AT !! one throughout. by plane this afternoon to be in
Michigan! a member of the com headquarters at Jacksonville the Porter piers tomorrow the I II The record for seaplanes set
interesting items at the fort. : Vixr.ing i Rotarians at the meeting
SUBMARINE BASE Miami in time to secure tickets and
Orlando. Tampa, Miami and Pen- I'ort by an Italian is 440.67 miles
mittee. "So far Tanker New Jersey from an
as we are con Nearoy i Loggerhead Key wet *. L. Loomis tort Dodge; ,
cerned we're ,going to .march lighthouse, more distant from the tacola. Senior national guard offi- Arthur Texas, ana fruit steamer __ Iowa, and Lr.) George F. Glacs: ,! see the kings of the squared circle, hour; 'Turner says the different
in each district are designated i
mainland than other J lighthouse cers Cleveland Ohio while Mr. Ealiouif II is explained by the fact that seaplanes
any from New York.
Cciba I
down the middle of the road"and ts district commanders and instructed Several additional yachts arrived I especially: Max Baer Barney Ross
in the world. The the FrJIJA: with B. have indefinite in
was present art_ area
to The New Jersey is loaded with this week anJ are berthed in
carry out instructions: aid u the Gulf of Mexico prepare and Mr. Langley I i l Joe anJ other
Mori.no Knight
trip over submarine Curry Buddy Baer : which to .take their takeoff run
for use in event they arc Deisel) oil for Mobile, Tampa and. the yacht basin at IK 1 I
Clark of 1.Iiouri. another member offering excursionists an unusual called to dutyConunandera. Key West. She has made deli- l'a:c at the r.aval tot:. n. There with William If. Malone.! 1I I j I! headliners in the fight; game, in ac- and) that their landing always can

of the committee. ajt; oitunity to t.ce the \aricty of were .m.ructed to veries to the first two }ports and .ic now six ytchu tii: .re. Uev. Shuler Pecie! pastor of the'1 I be made on a smooth surface.

Chairman Nye. when the ';4th colors which the Gulf takes on.third have complete plans for em T- i is expected to reach this port This weeks arrivals are ths Fleming :Street:: Methodist Church, : tion. I Experiments in design i for .he
i is the
flight Saturday early in the morning with 8/)00 oath Star. re'York, January gave a ta.k on tie subject of:,
congress was convened. almost cxcur. ijn to be made Ly thtir- {;('nry act.on in the office of the :i Due to tie cod! wave the pro, new plane are being: conducted by ,
adjutant general by March 1. barrels for the Porter Dock Com 11; housc-boit with owner, fctan- "Youth Service" in connection I(i Professors Howard Barlow and
immediately went before the
senate \.ays corporation. Il o5.> for approval or rev ion. pany. ton Crffi3.: : and party. with tha Community Service pro-, !: motors of the fights decided! it John D; Akerman. aeronautical:

and asked for more money to The booklet gives: considerable! Fruiter Ceiba is one of the Yacht Minoco, Chicago, January :,ram, outlining various: wa)Ii in i i j r 1 1r f r engineers. TJieir} model alrcid/

continue his investigation. NEW\ RATES FOR rttcn'ion to the work of the na- ships of the Standard Fruit and 12! ; this vc;set has been in port which the club can render service I r woutJ be best to announce a postponement -|I L:) prepared for wind tunnel ii'sti

Senate Response Slow tioitl guard and naval militia in Steamship Company and l is due tomorrow icteral f clison:'. It is owned by ti; youthj in the community. I I'I I :: and word was sent out., at tha university. Its construction .

afternoon for fuel oil. the Mills Novcity; company. Misschh, librarian at the Key I 'i I t is being.: cecrct
For sonic reason the senatedidn't relief after storms, fires or other 1 kept they announced -
CARS BOUND TO talairities. It outlines procedurein I': After taking; bunkers she will sailor Yacht Alamo! New York. January -I'I Vet High School, rave'a talk on1'I. that Monday night. the lover oft recently

respond with any visible.degree setting rtlief in mol [!. frontcra! Mexico. .. 23, owncu by L. IS. Maaniag.a. : School aa 1 Public! Libraries giving: : 'I I I I Nw-Streamlining

.f 0.( alacrity That,,despite POINTS NORTH ilizing up relief servicer'and-lii Camps !*: -" -.---."- -'L.- -. -- __..s.-.:A -.-,-- - ........ 1 1I it* purpose and vrhat'tttr-be done t th-3 game wo, uUl;-,-have;,, lhe opportunity --. t -Turner*-wh':-toiil''pilut: ti!* -

the fact that Nye presented his cooperating with civil and other I! --I to make it better Her address of seeing a great: card. I plane,, says .the chief charact'Tis, ,

proved to be very interesting also. tie of the craft will be the
request in.a prolonged speech in ic'ief ags ncie5. (I :npplication '
which he was helped materially by VACATIONISTS ARE OFFERED Unit; of the national guard have l TODAY'S WEATHERin )III i. The club! tendered several songs, .' ---- I of new concepts of stream.
cftT which
members cf the committee. The been ca'led to emergency duty at j meeting was orered STUDYCLASSESTO lining.
LOW TRANSPORTATION number of times in recent years. t I adjourned. t "A4 body that is streamlined

senate finally ,gave his committee The duty has varied from relief;i, - I i r 150 miles 'an hour is no Jongc*-
Temperature extreme north portion. 20 to 251 HERE
$50,000 of the $100,000 for whichhe COSTS CN VESSELS OF and patrolling service in the care' I START streamlined "when it has 1'caehr' I
', llighcit .._........ .......-...-...._.C9 decrees in central portion and 25; KEYVEST\ HASPLEASANT the "
i : of hurricanes to halting mob arlion : speed! of 4QO miles an jiour
had asked. CLYDE-M&.LLORY LINES : ,'Lowest ............................._.._....53 -- I explains .
While the Noith Dakotan and 1 I during:; racial: troubles. La t Mian ..........................................6 1 '1 '5 1...,a. st.+? --1 DAYW1THJUNSHINE I l COMING, MONDAY\ he.'Thi plane. will! involve
., emergency service of national / I .w.q even!
his the committed
colleagues: on . __ 70 I .
:i: guard troops occurred last fall after !; Normal Mean .m..mm '-'- -J... I modifications. of the 'rain 11,011'style
to the J
were trying persuade senate -
New York bound vacationists
a negro was lynched at < ,,111 t thf' I .1 oftreBmlinInK' ; since it rill
to advance them sufficient under new rates :or automobile! I I YeJterdiy's Precipitation T. Ins.' .1. .:' DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICE -
na. -.f .. going, through the air faster
money to carry on, the other aileuf transportation can take their! : Normal Precipitation . .08 Ins. > :r .
capitol hill was heard :rom. cars with them at the lowest cost i i *.1..... rrrnrd ..>%rr.. Ul-hour |.rH...l ? : \1'j: :1 j I DEPARTMENT OF FERA than a intro drop, or .anything. for
| <*.. Unexpectedly! I RepresentativeMe ever offered' by the ClydeMallory CASE AIDES IN ; MAKES ANNOUNCEMENTTHIS
} Tomorrow's Almanac ;i''& .1dt-17 ) AT 60 sarys that is the speed of the:
Swain of South Carolina, chair according to an announce- A '" .p .
Sun rises ... .......'...... .. 7:12 a. m. ;; .t MORNING plane 'increases the air:How
man of the military affairs tomniittec ment recently made bv H. G.' f: t ; ;; r AT NOON HOUR VERY LOW '
of the house announcedthat Wenzel, traffic ;: SOCIAL SERVICE Sun sets .. ....."'" ........ 6:07 p. m. I ._ .\ f" .' rr aroundit'ehahgea, and that ihs
his committee had orderedan The automobile! owner need Moon rises ... __.........11:27 p. m. '- l.\. '?1--, I TEMPERATURES REPORTED, proper' shape must be adapted othis.

................. Colder Fair i .fact Both the xringrt and :h!
investigation, beginning b1'j] make ni .preparations for ship! >> GIVEN TRAINING Moon set .10:23 a. m. IN OTHER SECTIONS Citizen hip classes in which fusel/ re. of the plane will b.

mediately, of the proposal of a ment 0: his car. It is simply I i, oiuorrow's'a T Ii.caA.DI. to :30; degrees: on mainland of ('x-I I reading, writing and dmple arithmetic modified bat Turner cannot iv

tinivera: .ira.:t (embracing the driven onto the dock. delivered! !j|I -- P.M.:\ treme south portion tonight; are being taught will start .I' what the final form will .b".

idea of putting both men. money into the hands o." a skilled attendant -J; WORK CARRIED ON UNDER High ......._...m... 0:36 1:10 Lay fair s'.oxly: : ri'ing temperaj j While the rest of the: United Monday Mils Nina G. Ryder, illf -. Speed Involve Detail,

and materials in the same category and at the port of arrival; i i! Low ..............._... 6:53 7:36: tuie in afternoon; warmer Satur-- ',StatesqVas rlencing! extremeTy ]. He" maUitains! that the .:
in times of war). immediately delivered tQ the iy SUPERVISION OF MISS day.. . .>u" ..: t'3 ; exp I rector of the social service de- ,.fiangnecessarjr" !
|l , l Uiuiuci'.i Ill b .1 in., today: ,tI cod: temperatures last night to speed ut7,1pi; i/yp/ 10.
And. to add -.st to hs: announcement owner. 1 bea lvet30.19.4( : Jacksonville! to Florida:Straits;y ef)6,7IR1 vrartment of the Florida ERA I
; ,
I!r '. :'lir I j js }Kt+1 \'rtt11Qdlll) laivl oday day involve greater :tlbr.t-f\tioml(: :
McSwain\ fait! that Thus the automobilist arrives I I' : .-, .j Fresh noitbetiy-triuJs diminishing! announced this morning.
s It.I"1' noon.1h SSn a lit-: :btre I r in detail than 'in genera} ,,6truc", '
the first witnesses" to be in the north relaxed and 'Tested|i I' E '' : ; .,. ,., and far: weather! tonight : f :StfMiy& j ,' !
"among ICE DEPARTMENT, Ir" I' ,' ',,; P'r , 1.uwest. JIi ln.l mStation tonight) lightful fprlhg i; ay. 'J\(I The clasies, it was stressed! are ture. V' \
called would be Bernard M. after a luxurious holiday en I I '! -l i Lust Yesierday4|'and Friday.. J1 1 I.i i -- .,1 J 'I ;|
i NigUt from other parts oft The
I ,... ,a Reports not' limited to relief clients, butFare enjnneering work'jfjor .his
Baruch, financier and chairman i I route. ""Cruise.a-ay" passage to I ;\ ,, i" i if lAbilnqe, : rt_...*.-l.24 -,50 I I IJ East Gulf: Fresh northerly !I the country show unusually colt} |. 'available new plane Will be*completed at

of the old war-industr.ieci: board I, New York always a favorite with I i)I Case aiJ I in ,the.social' M scrvice'l]J i, Atlanta.uj4! '''_..1G..., .. -36:' winds diminishing tonight''ani/bej. ( I 1 I'VeetnrtftIn''NewYoVk( there wags :]! to any one wanting the Unfversity of 'MfnrjCjtbta! but
and Hugh S. Johnson former! travelers, Combines with the .. ", northeast l ,.: '' the,fundamental principles i which'will
I I department oI the Florida ,Emergency Uorton ._. v.- 10 26 coming Friday. 'a1 lertiperaiure1' reading of 8 degrees'with : -1 the actual construction will be
Blue Eagle chief. I I northern trip all the comforts'1 Relief Administration here Buffalo ............ -2 18 1 ': a 19 inch fall of snow ,' be taught. done at his home in Hollywood

Both arc members of the spc-' !land pleasures of an ocean cruise;4' this week are receiving special Charleston: ........ 34 46 Yv'IIATIHIR: CONI)1'110NSThe at 8 o'clock this morning. J|I r Mrs. Mary Day will supervise where the test flights) also will b'-
eially-appomted White House[ 'dancing, deck spoils lounging :'|'I' training under the supervision of Chicago m._.'_". -6 4 I i| Michigan\ reported 51 below and teach the English speaking held.The

committee to study means for taking -I the decks glassed in or open to I',: Miss Eileen Blackey, sent here Denver ....m....... 28 52 roathern disturbance mov- I I zero. Jacksonville showed a reading classes at the! school building plane! will be equipped to

the profit out of war-Caruch.j the healthful sun and tonic air:j I from social service division of the 1,Detroit ...... ..m.. 2 12 cd noitaeastward with increased I!|r of :30 and Miami reported 38. high ; make flights< of from 800 to 1,000

being chairman with a pleasant feeling of leisudc I state organization in Jackson- :Galveston ....---. 42 50 :intensity, being central this morning -,|I It is indicated this afternoon that Miss Elva Esquinaldo will hare miles, which, he says, would permit .

Started SpeculationThe and freedom. I \ille. I j j I Havana .......... 64i I| off the north Atlantic coast.*I': with clear skies and gentle breezes' charge of the Spanish-speaking him to fly from New York t*

move of McSwain's com --- i" Miss Blackey has been devoting i Huron _.-.--. ........-10 4 l Eastport. Me.. 29.64 inches, and J 1. the weather will be some colJer classes' in the San Carlos Institute Chicago; in about one hour and 1

mittee coming as it did on top) M. L PERKINS 'I her entire time the past fewI Jacksonville _." 30 40 attended by gales along the coast, tonight.At building and Marie Louise Samp- 45 minutes.

of what had happened and timed i, I months to helping aides throughout 1 Kansas City..... 4 10 from Hattsras N. C.. northward,1and : :' the Key West weather will be in charg of the classes -
it set politicians in th:'! .... 53 69 I bureau it said G. S. Kennedy > -J ion &
as was. II | the state attain a better uni -' KEY WEST by heavy snows in the middle ( was by for colored .ons in the Dougj. -
capital to speculating. I DUE HERE FRIDAY i i der.tanding of their work. Litle Rock ...... 18 :34; and north Atlantic states, New meteorologist, that it was lass High School per building. IBULLETIN

They recalled that Chairman:: The and attitudes Los Angeles ...... 58 74 II York City reporting 19 inches not expected the thermometer i
I|I philosophies oft Hours being arranged BO
Nye is a republican progressive -1 i i I which the aides should have are Louisville! ...-...... 6 24. snow on the ground. The western I J I r reading would show much colder] j. that are who have employment ON COMMON COLD

republican' but one who I i i :Maxwell E. Perkins of the explained and stressed by the instructor Miami .-...- ......... 38 68 high pressure area has moved'I!' than it was last night, at least not persons will be able to take charge ,
hasn't strayed quite RO far from!,'i ; isplaced I Minneapolis16 -12 southeastward being crested this I I as low as it was early in Decem-e
Scribners Publishing House is due 't and especial emphasis :: 1 of ,the! classes.I :
the fold as some of his insurgent, New Orleans .... 30 48 ber last when a low of 45 was
i!! to arrive in Key West tomorrow on the need for an understanding t morning over the Lake region ...:-;, ....---- DR. WILLIAM R. WARREN
brethren. They also remember New York ..... .. 8 28 reached. -
'from New York for a visit. :{ of the client's problems' and middle Mississippi Valley, vI t
that at the time Nye expressedhis Mr. Perkins is an ardent angler|I'i Case aides are utilizing their I Pensacola .-......-- 26 48 Chicago, IlL, and St. Louis, Mot i I To 'get some ''idea of just': how CUBA BRINGS IN I COMPILES BULLETIN

"amazement" at the! appoint-;>: and will be the guest on several own time, following their regularday's I Pittsburgh .._ .... 4 28 30.74 inches, and overspreading' cold' it was during the early partof 1

ment of the White House com-:]': fishing excursions of Ernest Hemtinguay. ,|' work in getting the instruc- St. Louis .. ....... 0 14 the country from the Plains states: this week one has- but to talk 66 PASSENGERS FOR FERA

mittee' he ad.\e,1 l that the cause; 'i I' tions. Salt Lake City .. 24 36 eastward over the Appalachian I j,| to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hattrick -,

of his "amazement" was the fact; San Francisco .. 48 62 I region and southward to the Gulf who returned today fronL- .Independence - ., I' ; I II :

that "efforts now should be made I I 4 Seattle .-.-.-_.....__ 52 56 of Mexico. The cold wave has|f Mo .When they ' '. *7T I. Dr. William R. 'Warren is au-

to seem to check' and halt the iPMiUMGMM I I i FLYI Tampa .......-..... 36 :56; I spread eastward to the Atlantic left Monday morning: it"was seven Steamship*'Cuba) arrive'd yesterday thor of' a medical) bulletin compiled

work of this committee 'which is,: 1 Washington ...... 6 26 coast with temperatures below I]l degrees belowierp in that city. I aiternoTni/f Havana with:.. for the Key West relief administration -

under instructions from ,the senate -!!!I.I I. .--- Williston2 8 freezing this morning in northern 54 first class passengers and one which wax issued to-
to first ascertain the facts 1!l! I I JEFFERSON Florida and 27 degrees be- second class for Key West eight;dajr-,
and then report its recommendations .:I Ii i ii WEATHER FORECAST low normal at Miami, where a SPECIALFriday first and three second class for 2 I The matter treated on is the ,
for legislation." I i i i 60 Mile West in Gulf minimum of 38 degrees was -re and Saturday I'Tampa. :I I common cold which is prevalent

Are the democrats politiciansare The scheduled amateur performance 16-Passenfer Commodore (Till 8 p. m.. Friday) ported. There has been a decided : The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for;I in all parts of the country at this

asking among themselves I' which was to have been held Seaplane Key West and Vicinity: Fair rise in temperature in the northern PINEAPPLE LAYER and 'Tampa with 14 passenger and miscellaneous [I time of the year, and numerous.

awaking: to the fact that a republican -' in Bayview Park tonight has been Leave Saturday 11 a. m. and slightly colder tonight; Friday I I Rockies and Plains states, but MILK CHOCOLATE CAKES, freight. I i I phases. of the disease Is treated
at .
is i chairman of an investigating -!I called off. the recreation department Return Saturday 2:30 p. m. fair with slowly rising tempera-:readings are still abnormally low each special Freighter Ozark of the Clyde-Iin I I a clear and concise manner.

committee capable of un i of the Key West Administration ROUND TRIP $10.00 tures; moderate north and north-' throughout the entire eastfrn- Mallory Lines, is due to arrive in!!I In one series of warnings nine '

earthing things for which democrats 'I announced today. For Reservation Call 620 east winds, possibly fresh at times. half of the country. MALONEY PEACOCK port tomorrow evening from New!E t points are cited covering the facjtors -
believe necessitated and colder with KENNEDY;; Orleans, en route to Miami and: which'create susceptibility to
they should have The change in weather Miami-Key West Airway, Inc. Florida: Fair G. s. I 812 Fleming St. Phone 818 ,
credit! I I postponing the performance. temperature of 16 to 20 degrees I Official in Charge. I Jacksonville. I I I I colds aiid! guard against infection.








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INVESTOR WANTS SAFETY FIRST ,..... .. .se. .. es.eesees..e.s seeee e.....;
bcPublished lttJ.' rs ti c .

Dally Except Sanday Br The wise investor follows the old Classified Columni
TUB! CrTMKIf Ptn>U m0 CO. INC.L. .

P. AhTMAN. Pr O From *Ib. Citizen Building Depression has taught him one thingof
Corner Green and Ana Street. FOR RENT
incalculable value-that speculation is I r ---
I t
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe for those who can afford to lose-a category I WE RENT by the Hour Day or SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.
County. Week. Repair all makes and i All modern conveniences)
I in which very few of us have a place. r rI C 1
I We Bathing and fishing at your
west Florida second class matter paint them with Nu-Enamel.
loitered at Key a* ,
Securities subject to their own laws of back door. Frank Johnson
I carry a full supply of parts. .
FlFTY-lXTiIKIt ] gravity, no matter what we thought in the Agent for the Rollfaat Bicycles Colonial Hotel Building.
"..M.. *f the Auctet Pr... I and sell them as low as $1.00 jan7-tf':
boom days, and what, goes up is always t
The Associated Prens I. ezcIaalTely entitled to user per week. J. L. Stovers Music!
ren-biicatlon of all new dispatches credited to likely to home down. FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5,
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and al.* Company. janl8-lmo 1 Rooms and Bath, Laundry-Tubs-
the local news published l.cro. The average American, as a result, is I
I 'p WANTED i Garage and Telephone. 514
SrnSCnIPTION RATES turning resolutely to investments which s A s'r a ; 1 Margaret. jan2
:.m. Year _._ . ... $10.8' I
"" '"
fix Months _......m._...._. 5.0' provide the maximum of security for prin WANTED-Looise leaf tYPi'lt..1.
Three Months _._...._.. J.n have machine
One Month _........,__.._ ..81M'eekiy cipal. Profit is of secondary consideration. r. Must own
.. .%1 extension carriage. Work three I
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ings. But whatever the plan adopted, the, ,Af\YSQg f \ *y. 8 ftIRY i I f I; Robert:Grant of'Boston, author :i' BIdg.PHONE .

fluent flow of language enables us Happening*! HereJvt, ..t *] deposition here and rettmf Jurist: ; born there| 83years MISCELLANEOUSCASH
to expose our ignorance more convincingly.Jurors trend toward safety presents a splendid Ago Today A* Taken 'From ]I the mind i is good, and there is but illustration)) of American thrift, wisdom fLTlieniei Of/TbeGtiz/ n, ,' /{ little danger of failure or of a' "-- KRer. PAID for used furniture.
1013 Southard
and downright common-sense. : L : misspent life. This nature is sel-l! Dr. Adolf'A. Berle of New 1
swear to decide in favor of the dom! understood, and hence you !'York, Congregational clergyman,
The executive committee of the not be generally popular,I! York's _. .
may father of New City Chamberlain
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side which produces the most convincingliars. THE SMALL STORES I
Oversea Association friend
Highway though possessing good andlonmrr Braintraster,
with Captain Clark I). Stearns, and often attaining success. I i i ii born in St. Loafs, 69 years ago. J i
Pessimists have long predicted the met last night to discuss matters i -

Politicians sometimes bury the gradual extinction of the small stores and peltaining to the question of the SELLS _WIFE'S WIG I Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar, Government t KEY WEST
their absorption by the national chains. volcanologist In Hawaii,I at at the close of basinets December 31, 1934, I
stick- I road to the mainland. A numberof :
hatchet, but they leave the handle HOUSTON, Tex.-Albert Dar| t Comptroller' Call I
with job of watching volcanos in
One observer of the trend toward the :
Key West's most important ville of this city stole his wife's
ing out length.It California and Alaska, born in RESOURCESLoans i
dominance of combinations of capital in citizens attended. After the mat wig and sold it to take another,i Philadelphia, 64 years ago. and Investments .... $ 305,639.43 I:

the retail trade wrote: ter was gone into in the most woman to a dance I I Overdrafts!! ._.____.. 71.61
is a trifle harder to love your neigh- Banking House, Furniture '
"It is not pleasant to the small mer- thorough manner, and every phaseof of this kind of law is necessary! to I Harold H. Swith of Chicago. and Fixtures .._._. 33,082.33
bor when his radio
as yourself keeps you chant to be dragged behind the counter as the situation explained, it was govern husbands i I meat packer and civic worker, Bonds of States and Possessions -
awake far into the night. moved seconded and carried that born there, 50 ean'ago. of the United '
a salaried employee; a little spoke in a big States ..___ 139,370.68 I
the board of commission -
county Due to their victory over Car- ;;
Other Bonds
wheel.. and Securities 74,204.03
We read that few gunmen drink, a ers be askEto hold an electionon ry's team, the Curriettas last j I Judge Thomas W. Wilson) of Stock of the Federal Reserve I
But it happens that this doleful pre- a bond issue for $2.000,000 night. the Married Men's quintet ; Miss., 'Federal Territorial judgeof Bank --.-.... 6,000.00 f
statement which seems to be confirmed by diction i is not of recent origin. It was to complete the construction of a are enabled: to chalk up their 22nd : the Virgin I !anda, born at Temporary Federal De-
the accuracy of their aim. consecutive victory in the basket-I Coldwater, Mica, 42 years ago. posit Insurance fund 1,954.01 ,
written and published in the Springfield road ) West the mainland
sold Key to I ball arena. The opponents of the!I United States Govern
Republican in 1895-40 At I' ment Obligations direct
years ago. Benedicts and
fought bravely put '
the wildness of the !Dr. Homer L. Shantz, president and fully))
Perhaps alleged that time the big department stores were up a stubborn resistance to the I i of the University ot Arizona a ant.eedS32,7U.72 guar- 1
Legionnaires made the rounds
younger generation is due to associationwith onslaught of their opponents, but i 1 noted botanist born in Kent Co. .1
just getting under way. Since then"we last evening in the quest for new j! Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97 1,327,913.10 y
the older naught could stop the avalancheand Mich. 59
generation.One have seen added menaces to the small re- members. hrough the courtesy of the game ended with the score I I years ago. $1,888,235.19

tailer in the form of mail order houses and Fire Chief Finder and the firementhe at 37 to 12.Announcement. LIABILITIES
disadvantage of not having a,1 parade was led by the depart: s ] Joseph Rosier, preiident the Capital 100:000.00: ' t'
chain stores. Yet thousands of small town State Normal Fairmont.
ment. The results of the drive will
Surplus and Undivided Profits ........_ 55,007.4=
education is to chil-
college having support stores have survived, many of them be- be made public in a few days. It was made this! I' W. Va., born! Wilsonburg., W. Circulation _.. 100.000.00 '

dren who have a college education. coming big stores. Naturally those which was stated today that in a short afternoon that the University of II Va., Q$ Jsafe N(4. ( Deposits ... .:......_........._... ..___ ,633,228.37 '
Havana basketball! team will playin
time a banquet at which mothers, I
have succeeded are the ones which have wives and daughters of exservicemen Key West Saturday of next Subscribe for Th Citizen. $1,888,235.79
Judging by the husbands most of : week. Who the visiting basket art .... .
kept abreast of the times, adopting new will attend. -- .. lfIIIIIIII.lIIIIII.
them pick out, it appears that the ladiesare 'i its will meet has not been determined '
methods and policies as occasion demanded but the consenus of opin- .':ItTl..ITILG': ";:' IIJ.,
not so hard to please, after all. The Duke and Duchess of South-
to meet the keener competition ion is that the logical opponentsfor ,
erland have been among playersat
presented by the larger enterprises. Anda the local golf course during the visitors should be the Mar-

Abuse of the pardoning power is most important factor which has contributed the past few weeks. The distinguished lied Men's team with their long

blamed for some of the crimes that happen visitors are members ofa string of victories. I JANUARY
to the success of retailers large !
in various of the United States. party here with Col. Robert 1 I
parts and small has been intelligent, persistentand Thompson on the houseboat! Ever Every afternoon recently par I 1
adequate advertising. glades. They are delighted with ties of Key Westers and visitors
The modern woman who is dis- their stay and have had a pleasant have teen fishing from the bridge]

appointed in love has one recourse. She COAL TAR WONDERS experience they say. .; between this city and Stock Island i I
and creditable catches have i
some PAINT
can go back to her husband. But sometimes I I There was a partial eclipse! of been made. Most of the fish tak.'I''I SPECIALS

complications arise. The husband Although most persons are aware of the sun seen in Key West this en have been grunts and groupers I(I

may be more fortunate. the importance of coal tar derivatives in a morning. Due to cloudy weather, but some jack and snappers have'
however the visible also been caught.
eclipse was only
general way, perhaps few realize how
for a short period. Then the
"Watch your step crossing the streetor many useful products are derived from the sky became cloudy and in a short C. De W. Brower, in the Peo SHERWIN WILLIAMS, ETRO- PALMER FJ.AT OR GLOSS I

you will be run over by the post-holiday volatile matter released from burning coal, : time the rain began to fall hiding ('le.9 Forum,writes that he heartQy POLITAN, OR COMMON- t

rqsh of1 people going to Florida.-Bruns- which formerly passed off as'.blck'snlpkewithout i from view the sun;-1 and* the sea acV') ,endorses_ whidi' proiidesdfor..deaning tH'< rSc&tiJtlty! r> ;ordiiyance I I W WEALTH FLAT WHITE WHITE PAINT-: I
t ton of the shadow. a
,wick: thought being giv n'tdJta-& : 1'! PAINT:- 1 Gallon Cans /\ '
Pilot. But why the detour through a "' >.r i fLMffrT'TV t-T, .,*"1. T
out-of-the-way Brunswick? sible value. s t.fJ .l'J Lv.g. .J'clifi t:' >[!fa{,poiirrjen W'yen.areSnow : : cjEtern .Hit|| e toe chat] a thorough In IGallon Cans, '(fc-| at.,.._.,*- ,......... .*\JV/ ; I
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About 1892 the first by-prod.uct jc&e: studyfng} parliamentary law, mopping upVillTbe the means 90 r
t\\ which, is food for thought by those of 'preventing! ,diseases, dug to,unsanitary t .per gallon.._.._..<..:.* tD JL . ..
Character expresses itself In action ovens were introduced in'the JJnited States,'. ti who are ret.ondering\ knowledge water supply. '. : lh Gallon Cans, '; !J. i

over a period of time. If a person leads a through the operation of which,this;:volatile I ........ '__ S In,5.'Gallon Cans, fl 80'C I
I '- -- r- W 1 .75 at'per ..___..................... .
decent life for a number of years, he need matter was saved for re-distillation, resulting gallonS .._..._... .
not fear the attacks of comparative in the production of ten funda- ",

strangers with sordid minds. mental materials, known as benzene, toluene -

xylene, phenol, cresol, napthalene, fB .
Airminded Arthur Brisbane suggestsas anthracine, methylanthracene, phenan- I

a national slogan: "Land your plane I threne and carbazol. .

anywhere from the northwestern tip of From these are produced countless Sherwin Williams product that has become very

Alaska to Key West." Thirty million people I derivatives, from which we obtain many I popular in .Key West and elsewhere, due to the fact thatit

will read this suggestion, and several drugs, dyes, perfumes, flavoring extracts, I is'probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead

thousands will take the tip and locate the explosives, poisons, fertilizers, and an almost and Zinc Paint known. A 25 Ib can of this product together -

tips on the map. I endless list of commercially important with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for

commodities. Among the well-known pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about !Ii

Blind Black Tom of Boston, born a drugs so derived are salicylic acid, aspirin, $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares with pre- t.:

slave in Georgia in 1850, was only one degree -f phenacetin, antipyrin and cocaine, besides pared paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.

removed from being an idiot, we are I! more than 900 dyes. The sugar substitute, I "

told, yet he was so great a musical prodigy saccharine, more than 300 times as sweet I :-* .
I II Fine TackleMade
that he was exhibited about the countryat I; as cane sugar, is produced from toluene, Fishing IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS-15 to 60 Watt T!I i

the early age of 12. A remarkable which is also used in the manufacture _of .. .. ,

memory does not always denote great in- the powerful explosive known as T. N. T. ByPflueger I "

telligence. To enumerate all the useful products 2forl5c

manufactured from what was once considered Vom Hofe and South Bend ,. -"

General Hugh Johnson finds that the I waste matter would require much S '

XRA has slumped and is gradually be- space, but the foregoing will give some I FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH

coming extinct since he quit furnishing the i idea of what has been accomplished in See Our Complete Line .w Sooth
$ Honda CoQtracting & Engineering Co.
noise to make it lively. Wiser men than this direction through scientific research

the General think that the problems of the and experiment within a comparativelyfew Hardware Store FsMMStt... Wife ud Eliza Streets

ages concerning production consumption years. That the future holds even Thompson's
"Your'hoine is of the bat"THE
price-fixing, labor, capital and distribution greater possibilities' for the utilization off .

will never be settled by mere edicts of materials heretofore considered worthlesscan I CAROLINE STREEET 'i

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fSPORTSRESUMEOFBASEBALL Nebo who sponsored last I thing fishy about that. The big.
Monday\ night's fight program for gest percentage of them is unjer

Kr O"S"e't,. Orloff Has tunas her eyes fixed on Jerrya race. MCCARTHY AND UBIETA NOW the benefit of the junior high is the impression that Nebo" is not

.trittl. to itWty KJU (tiii JKH the." tMturg and A let de4klr I "Just a Jumble of words to start IN FIRST PLACE IN far from discouraged although he too anxious to fight the former
Treiir* were locked _P. and Jimmy with-a lot of Incoherent stuff about went $15.00 in the hole :Atlanta Marine champ.
>'u.; *.a. released tkCM Just .VJcfc: ....t J......". icUk Jerry :Gowland! being drunk and threatening TOURNAMENTAt
J/ori/nmU. art trj/ivit to reeoiera to take his life. He'd something The trouble with Nebo that
Speaking of the John Nebo-
lurmula worth mWIioti wfclrh -- --- _
on his mind she kept on repeating -- -
).a. teems ttoleu Iromt tlitlly One. !. I none of the boys took him seriously. Duke Warren bout which failed
a *f*.alfv trout tl a lur..."". ...0.., something that was driving him ,
.,,, at the Cuban Club tonight, beginning Three weeks ago when Johnnie to through for
Jerry fo.'wr dNSNbTtCSt ItcJi loaf.n/ormafto trHfc it* air* aftont"/'...,"lIeg*IW- quiet her down that I heard the ex I II at 7:30 o'clock, the Billiard went to the local fighters and 'other than training injuries. Bob
Tournament will be resum asked them' if they wanted' to pickup Schultz local
plosion. ., boxing expert, asserted -
1 r Qr :WEST-MIAMI BEACH SUNDAY SCHOOL COURTKEY ed. a few extra dimes while the
Chapter 4ACLUE% "And you guesserf"; ( f I| that Nebo was none too
"Not for a minute or so.rQ1 uthl, I In the first game Ortega and tourist season was in fall bloom twilling to meet Warren just yet

. ,'" it was one of the Cbatbam'crutset t TJie;following is a'play, 'play Orta will play against McCarthy all of them jumped in with a"Sure" I
"' U soWthlnff<< ;.anyhow-- blowing up a mine 'or something: kcco'uht) by walked. Steinhouser out, short to and Ubieta. In the second game answer. Later the boxers [ Bobby Waugh a hard fighting
pHlS .. .pf-tne-game' played last WEST AND LAKE WORTHTO
they often off here, found out that the Nebo lad
practise' espe- M. Sanchez and Valdez will
first.No playStit'knt'1 meet against Young
said Jerry. "I expected to findyou I Sunday between.. Key West and pug may up
scattered all over'' the land- dilly: at this time of year?a ,* South' Miami i in':'Mjami, which the runs, not hits no errors. PLAY TOMORROW and A. Sanchez. meant business;! and the chaps who'had I j I Fernandez inebo's next card.
"Then. I don't know why but quite i shown their 'I
willingness to
alfboj i Eighth Inning The standing of the players The pair of feahterwelghts met
.ca e.- suddenly I remembered what Avon lDC: WOO: .. jr ,..'teorMf. ;" .'to NIGHT Ubieta fight began to back out. This surely
show and first.
1: : ;'1 J '-. KEY WEST-Griffin struck McCarthy i once before in a local ring and
-Wo should be. U It wasn't forIaII1y" had told Nick about-the powder. It .
John in bad and the
out. M. Acevedo out, short to first. Stickney and A. Sanchez are in a spot. I gave the fan a thrilling exhibi
1 answered. put the wind up with a crash."I Firt Inning result that
( Pena out, second to first. second place. M. Sanchez and I was he was forced to tion.
didn't her
"Hoir did It happen? Were you stop to question any KEY WEST--Baker singled to' Key West High School varsity Valdes third. Orta and give his first card a complete'
'arth! r. I told her to wait where she left ball No runs, no hits, no erro..s.J.IIAlU . Ortt'1'a'l II
taking a Lad hop and is fourth. change, including prices. Kilbane who recently -
JlMnteJln amend with the powder was until f came back and I was \ BEACII-Croket, batting -| basketball team will have its hard- Young was
credited for a double. A. Perez ,
OJ' what!'" out> of that door and half-way across for Flemmings, struck out. est battle of the season tomorrow beaten by Fernandez wants
up. On first ball pitched, Baker! 5..S.s.sSs.aseSCSS.SSSSSToday's Young Franks who backed out another crack at the Cuban battler
I took him by the arm and drew the yard almost before I knew what :Meska struck out. Lee struck out night when it meets Lake Worth
stole third. A. Perez of
I was doing." groundtiout t j his fight with Young Fernandez but before meeting up with
Mm towards the bushes. Better sit I scrambled to my feet. "Why da to first, Baker remMining on'' for the second time three men f| j High School five at the school j in the last minute held out for a Cuso again: Cht'ta'ou1<
down for a minute and get your you say she knows, Jerry I de third. A. Acevedo out on a line, faced Casa in separate" innings to I gymnasium on Frances street. ,''flat' guarantee which John could have one or two more fights. Fer-

wind,." tald. You keep a look out manded. "What makes you so certain drive to left. W. Cates out to I strike. out. I So far this season Lake Worth Anniversaries i not promise!! at that time which nandez is ready for Cheta anytime

Molly while! I do the explaining." about It?" short. II'Iio [ No runs, no hits, no errors. has proven to be the strongest SISee.e...SS..nO.. disappointed a large crowd who that Baker is ready to fight.

Making our way back we regained "I'can't explain exactly.: I Just feltIt runs one hit, one error. Ninth Inning high school team in this district, 1712-Frederick the Great, had paid admission to see the pop I This. if booked. will be a great
the shelter of the gorge, where Jim. Inside me. It was something in the MIAMI BEACH Stephens singled KEY WEST-Gonzalez out, having licked practcially every aggregation King of Prussia born. Died ular dog catcher get the beatingof I I attraction. Grab it quick John-

ay. who had remained behind. way she spoke and looked." If woadn't to short an infield hit. Ace-j second to first. Casa out, pitcherto in southern Florida. Aug. 17, 1786. his life Franks knew that he I

greeted us with a welcoming grin. been Interrupted" . vedo got bail!, making a firit! ,,Baker out, second to first. Local boys are undefeated so was drawing the crowd and he I I fFish Deer Heads
Wiping his forehead with his sleeve -I feel it too. Molly was beside wanted to get paid for it, although ,I Birds and
ate throw him far been victorious
attempt to. having
us, her blue shining with exItement desper-I No .runs, no hits no errors. over I I Mounted
Jerry sealed himself upon a con- eyes first. Pena made.. a MIAMI BEACH-Humphreys I both Redland and Homestead High 1733-Benjamin Lincoln. gallant he knew that the fans wanted to*
"We must see her Kick' CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST
Ttnlent hummock. ; major-general in the American !
'see him get the stuffing beat out
carJ.AH..eW1.. H. fi_rJlj1 LouW hort to<.first Barrows .hit Schools
we must go there at once. I'm sure ; <; a I ,
"Cut It short be
as as 'you can Army of the Revolution born of him. I I IThere's
she can tell us the truth." ._ ner with bear hand but Stephens r high\ fly. to.center, A. Perez dropping i V i
said curtlyWe've a Job Ahead of I at nin han), Mass. Died there, Flat Work-ReaaonabU Price
is'1 llJ-to ,, -
use that won't walt "Yes but you can't come!"' I ex- i La'fe, rte&nffngs'1sfn gl I the. ,.1 ball for an error. Jones j : I
His voice.bad a grim note of urgency. claimed."Why think what It means!. left:, t ph 'tis'" g tillt'l.tlr's t n1d, 'hit 1 ; a hard line, drive to center A. DIAMQNDB&TILT J May: !9'";.,1810.. _ ' a lot of talk around I)I 801 FLEMING STREET

which made me wonder what It Orloff knows we've escaped .HsfJ'.' Fiemmings being safe a2firstthe : ]Perez,, after .making an error on I town about the John Nebo-Duke V Key. West FloridaBENJAMIN ,
"What are you going to do:wttk JIeska sacrifced along first TOMORROW '18If:.!Henry'Barnard. among Warren affair. After the aJ.'e-e-j:
fresb revelations were. la store. [ I 1 Barrels' ,easy fly, made a sensational -J NIGHT.
Some thins bf interest had evidently me?" she asked calmly.I bale"irnerViinn; lltaifvanrfngtottini'and (:catch ,throwing to Baker the great educators of last.century -i menthad., been closed by the fight LOPEZ
been happening In other 'SleSia.? : out.'Lee' prolific writer first U. S. : ers to meet in an eight-round I
secon who:relays; the. ball,to Pena, completing FUNERAL HOME
places besides the factory but since I LOOKED round with a kind of was intentionally" 1i 'd,n'filnng j jbases. ,a perfect double play Commissioner::'of,Education born i bout suddenly came the news 1 1I

one of the two stories had to be desperate helplessness. Humphreys hit a hard | Pena] making a wonderful catch GAMES SCHEDULED FOR LAST at Hartford Conn. Died July 5, ,I that the Warren-Nebo go: would Established 49 Years

told first the sooner I got mine over "She's right" said Jerry quietly. grounder to Acevedo who threwto which brought the fans to their NIGHT WERE POSTPONED 1900. I i have to be cancelled because of i Koy Wesl'a Oldest I
the better. It's neck or nothing now. Unlesswe : injuries sustained by one of the 24-Hour Ambulance Scrric'
Baker who in turns threw the [\feet I
Such chuck the whole thing and makea in workout The fans Licensed Emoalm
being the case. I plumped I I principals a I II
tall to Pena for a double play. No runs, no hits one error.
bolt for It. we as well stick 1820-Henry J. Raymond one
myself down beside him and set seem to think that there was some I Pl.... 138 NI.M 698-W
about the business. With the exception together. I've got a gun anyhow No runs, two hits no errors. The box score follows: I of the founders of the N. Y.I I I
WEST AB R. H. PO A. E. r -, --- - ----
and KEY
of what had passed between Second Inning r Times editor and statesman, born
Molly and myself I told him every "Beg pardon air."Interrupted Jimmy KEY WEST-C. Griffin pass- C. Baker, 2b 5 0 2 1 4 The diamondball games scheduled at Lima N. Y. Died in New York I

thing.I "but It it would be any help ed. M. Acevedo sacrificed Giif-,A. Perez cf .. 3 1 0 2 0 Of for last night between the j I City, June 18, 1869.
described the way we'd been sir I don't mind stopping 'ere and f A. Acevedo, ss 3 1 1 1 5 Lopez Funeral Home and the Busy '
fin second Pena singled to TASTEII
trapped: I repeated as well as I looking after the boat. I ain't afraidof to W. Cates, 3b 4 1 2 1 3 0 Bees were called off because of I
could remember It. every word that them swine air." left Griffin scoring. On the throw I C. Griffin, c 2 1 0 8 0 0 the cool weather.If 1832-Joseph H. Choate famed I CX'/Ut/ I
to home Pena went to second. New York Ambassador ,
Orloff had said to us, and finally I "By gad you're a sportsman! M. Acevedo rf 3 0 0 1 0 0 weather permits, these teams ,.
forward and Gonzalez grounded out, third to Great Britain born at Salem, $
gave him a brief but vivid account Jerry stepped clappedhim I M. Pena Ib 4 0 1 12 0 0 will cross bats tomorrow night.
of how Jimmy had come to our res- on the shoulder. "Tou cant first. Casa out, pitcher to first P. Gonzalez. If 4 0 1 1 0 0 Arthur Lunn and Clarence Mass. Died in New York May 14. I (

cue. and the amazing escape we had hang around like that though: yonTl" One run, one hit, no errors. J. Casa p ...... 4 0 1 0 1 0 Gates both with 10 days of rest 1917. i iI
all had from being killed by the flyIng be frozen stiff. Here take my mac. MIAMI BEACH-Barrows out,I ( should pitch some real ball. I
He off his Ie
masonry. stripped waterproofand short to first. Jones singled to S. MIAMI AB R. H. PO A.E.I I J The Embalmers will present anew 1835-(100( years ago) Charles I I

"We got down under the bank"and "' thrust how to It row Into?*Jimmy's be asked.anna.'Know left. Sauls:: hit to Baker forcing! Stephens, cf 2 0 1 1 0 0. infielder who will surprise the Kendall Adams, Univ. of Michigan :| I IYou'll

crawled cause It along seemed here-to be finished the safest, be- "Just a bit. sir. Been out once or Jones out at second. Todd singled Stmehouser, cf 2 0 0 1 0 0{ fans with his dazzling plays. lie professor, Cornell and University I J I I

thing to do. There was Just the off twice on the Serpentine." to left center Sauls scoring and t Fiemmings, lb 3 0 1 13 0 OJ{ is an oldtimer around here but of Wisconsin president, noted historian -

chance that Jimmy had got ashore Well, keep your eyes skinned, Tood went to third. Stephens out, Croket, Ib .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 has been playing in Miami for the born at Derby Vt. Diedat

without being seen and that If we and if you see anyone coming hop Cates to Pena. Meska If _. 3 0 0 2 0 0 I past year or more. Redlands Cal. July 26, 1902. II

could lie up somewhere until you In and shove her off." One ran, two hits no errors. LeeSb.4 0 1 0 20 ,

came back. Orloff would take it for lie turned to us. pulling out the Third Inning Hump'eys 2b 4 0 0 3 3 Ot LONG USE OF BUTTON 1865-Paul Wajland Bartlett I :

granted that.he'd wiped ns off his revolver from his coat pocket. 'KEY WEST-i-BaterJtrnck'out.: Barrows as.. 4 0 0 1 4 among. America's great .sculptors'l I

list." "Come on. you two. No good me.. Jones, rf ,mnO 4 0 2 0 0 Of PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-Charles born at New Haven, .
Perez. walked. .Acevedo walked.
I laughed a trifle mirthlessly and ng about If we're an agreed. You {J Sauls, c .n',_ 3 1 O. 5 0 Maplin of this city has been using in Paris Sept. 20, 1925.
pulling out a crumpled packet of stick close behind me. Molly aid for Cates got a short single over the|j,Todd 'p- 2 0 0 0 4 01 j J the same collar button every day I
cigar etc. stuck one between lips. heaven's sake look out where you shortstop filling the bases. Griffin THREE
my Summary: Two base hit: Baker;j ji for 45 years. EGGS IN ONE DAY
"We can rule trial oat now." I added. put your feet." struck out., M. Acevedo walk-1 j three base hits: A. Acevedo. Todd;I| I like the real rye flavor _ _
For a moment or two Jerry sat With a mind torn by conflicting ed, forcing in Perez. Pena hit a' .
Y. ASHTABULA O. A. L. Palmer
home run: W. Cates; stolen bases:f Roth Wesson! of Vernon N. that comes from choice grains,
emotions I followed them the
nursing hIs knees and staring broodingly up hard grounder to short, who madea '
school when she of this is the of;
Baker. Jones sacrifice hits: ]M.! .entered high was city owner
In front of him. "So It was slope, and pushing through the wonderful catch throwing to ; carefully distilled as in the
old. hen which laid three in I
nine a pet
Meska struck out: by only years eggs
Acevedo i
dropped down to the narrow
their boat after all! If I'd gone along gorse on second for the last!! out.
yesterday I meant to . ." path.If Casa 8, by Todd 5; bases on balls: I 24 hours. I Ii good old days. And so eco Straigtmt
"Yon probably wouldn't be here Jerry were right-and Us belief One run, one hit, no errors. off Casa 3, off Todd 4; time of ; rIIIIIII.IJNotice : i nomical! bottle
MIAMI BEACH Fiemmings Emma J. a V
now." I Interrupted. "Those devils had certainly Infected ma IIi game: 1:50. To Subscribers Schudder. 18, of
i well vital flied out to Gonzalez. Me!'ka Wann Oklahoma is the national
have been watching us the whole as Molly-It was obviously -
that should lira., struck out. Lee singled to center 4-H canning .
time-Just waiting for their chance. we see Cowl- I COSTLY THEFT champion.NEVER PENN-MARYLAND CORPORATION -
They've bungled the business pretty land at once. Whatever the hidden Humphreys out. Gates to I P1.ase b. prompt in paying A Division ./ National Dwtilln

badly thanks to Jimmy. but we're thing might be which had driven Pena. % I WASHINGTON, Pa.-Stealing 1M carrier .w.o deliver your Euntnt Oftt-<-liO Broadway, N. Y. C

not likely to get the same luck twice her husband to his death we were No runs, one hit, no errors. an ear of corn from a farmer's' ,.. .,. H. pays The Citizen
tar more likely to the truth out I 15 .t week for th.
running. get Fourth Inning I field cost Joe Lackoski a $25 fine ce a pa. '. .
I glanced across the narrow strip of her In her present state than paVBadSeflslttSyoSforZOcents.
i and six months in jail in this city.I
of water to where the Seagull was when she had had time to pull herself KEY WEST-Gonzalez grounded HM profit for delivering -

lying. "We mast clear out while together. out, pitcher to first. Casa singled i ie S cent weekly on each
we've got the chance." I continued On the other hand In the face of l to rgiht. Baker hit to short A 7-month-old baby was sent hecriber.. If ho Is not paid Have installed

"Orloff .. ." what we already knew this ventureof who threw to second who in tarn i as a part of the regular air mall HE Ie.e.. Mot The Ctbu. BEFORE SUCH A you your--

"But we can't. I havent told you ours was surely next door to threw to first completing a doable:; I cargo from Buenaventura, Colombia -

yet. He Jumped up abruptly. "'ThatwomanAIrs. madness. Our escape from the factory play. I to Guayaquil, Ecuador ,,, ,111114 SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE

Gowlland-she knows was no longer a secret and now No hit I ____ General Electric
runs, one no errors.
the truth." that their original plans had miscarried at this.low price!
MIAMI-Barrowsfanned.. Jonjea <
', t Orloff and the foul erev snh'd'to, rigtisf4tIut 1 SALIENT FAQS CONCERNING I. ....
: fly .
a little startled cry Molly that he had doubtless brought along I .
\yjTII right. Todd .ist'rd,4iAfo Pena. V Lift-top H
with jI
him would be more recklesslydetermined -
f 4swn g.rcund, towards ns. "Jerrf '
than ever that of No runs one hit, no errors.
none 'r' CARD ?
: > she; gasped "what do you STADIUM'S OF CHAMPIONS I
mean?" us should leave the place allre. t" t ,?lh.Ftrtlf'\\ i 1r[ 111 \\61 .

"1 found her in the garden 1 In Had Jerry and I been alone, tfe I KEY WESfr Perez'iopt on . 'I" Refrigerator?
front of the (arm. She was kneeling matter would have been different to center. A. Acevedo tripled PRINCIPALS IN MAIN EVENT ( TIME: OF :FIRST BOUT- _51 V ,.y .-

beside OowJ laud's body. You remember but. . I )'ft center.'tateti'aj4rk5djppie: ; I ejjjt -Barney Ross, world's lightweight p. m. V
that s&ot "we beard Just after I Turning my eyes away from Mlly. in the street for,a perfect hoiji e. and junior welterweight GATES OPEN-7 p. m.

we'd landed? Well. you were wrong I glanced swiftly la the direction run, scoring A. Acevedo, who remained -- champions, versus Frankie Klick, PRICE OF TICKETS-Two

about Its being a rabbit. He'd gone. of the creek. The sun was already at the home plate to shake of California. dollars admission-5,000 unre Only
outside with his and blown half settingbehind a broken bank of
gun LENGTH OF BOUT-Ten served.
hands with Batch for hitting the
his head off. I. cloud and In Its fading light! the
long, stretch of desolate marshes ball oat of the lot. C. Griffin rounds to a decision. Leo Shea RESERVED SEATS Grand
silence broke
t There was a dead :
by a sudden exclamation from Jim'! looked more empty and forlorn than struck out. M. Acevedo out pitcher referee. stand-Three dollars and five
I' to first. SCENE OF CONTESTS-Miami dollars plus tax. $1
ever.A Northwest I RINGSIDE SEATS-Ten dollars \
unicipal Stadium
my."Crikey!" he whispered."I chill wind which bad sprung Two runs two hits no errors. !; '
had an idea at first tbat she'i up from the southwest rustled and MIAMI BEACH Stinehouse.j 16th Avenue and Third streetPROMOTERSAmerican plus tax, including boxes for ?'. V
whispered among the reeds while Legion [parties of six at ten dollars each. ___
done it herself. She was so queer- pinch hitting for Stephens, struck (1
not hysterical or anything of that I blended with Its dreary sound came I" out. Flenunings out on strikes. Harvey Seeds Post No. 29 TICKETS ON SALE-At fight q... GENTUMEN: I m w V

sort-just helpless and half dazed the faint persistent moan of the Incoming Meska\ struck out. Three strike and Miami unit of the Florida !headquarters in the McAllister FQ "During past few hOLDS)! All .i-!
tide.Except National Guard.WEIGHTS Hotel Arcade until 9 I've been dnttn
like someone who'd had a knock on | p. m. on milk ,
1 2
in s 2 5
outs for Casa a row. Qlt. MS.Team
the head. It wasn't until I'd carried for a solitary heron there FOR MAIN CONTES1UO ; night of show.CAPACITY. 4e becausconeceuiryinto4d 1oLeggaS5heuayS
was no sign of life or movement No runs. no hits no errors. / / the tawer-priced razor pica ckccse e 2 CdS treat
him inside and put him on the sofa pounds at 1 P. M. OF STADIUM i' bUdes-my beard suffceingbeuuseotMAon- juice 0 1 bottle eau.p
that I could get any sense out of anywhere I I Sixth Inning on day of contest, involving junior ARENA-20,000. down: iucon 1 bottle e 5 cherries Ibs.coax e e 1 2 bead Iba.
her." (Copyrtokt. 13U. Pen* nilttMng Co.) KEY WEST-Pena struck out. welterweight title. HOW TO GET THEREFromMiami V 1" comings of my pocket- V lettace 1 bag e.ca.ter'puti

I "What did she say!" Molly was: There are at rang. doings at'the I Gonzalez got a hit off the pitch- FIRST BOUT OF EVENING- Beach after reaching Miami I / hook Now your Protwk one in your 2 celcrr Ib*. tooxUM 2 r.pe* froit.e 1 bunch 2

leaning forward with clenched I CowHand farm howMt,tsroorrcw. erfs:'glare;. Cats hit into a doable.,"Four rounds-Baby Manuel, of from causeways turn left on V Jr.back-has shaving apia comfort brought at ,home.. leccoma 1 lar talati}4 drttauc
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........................ STEALS TROUSERS . .Fiemmings.- I seT ofjfBoston. Referee, Red Mc- Fifth street turn right and proceed ,' "Lfngencteonhas V 2 j. 'b:1'1'a-.t qt..water wajs bottle 129
No runs one hit, no errors. Lachlah.SECJQND: .- to Northwest 16th ave. San Jose.Call! tee of ice)

Today In History -.t I Emmensof: t.-: ).I.v4LBkGlI-Lee{ grounded "!I I BOUT-Four rounds From Coral Gables, proceed I V Unsolicited letters like $J. oPer month until July" 1st takes

.....SB S S 55 55 ePscs..5.S HULL, Eng.-Iten f out. Cates to Pena. Humphreys'grounded i Bucky Burton of Miami vs. east on Tamiami Trail to 17th ,- V / this prove he amazing : ,.
this city had Ruth Marley, a servant out. Baker to Pena. : Charles Battle. Phil O'Connell, avenue turn left to Flagler 5'' V quality oProbakje.Try of the V ,
this Boiformly keea and care paymentDon't
-Historic discovery of 'arrested for.,..steajmf_ hisjtrousers 'rdws out on fly to Perez. Bar-J referee. street and to N. W. Third street i j .. V. smooth-shaving blade

Kola at gutter's Fort, Cat, by jr to"wear- atfa*- nasquerade No runs, no hits no errors. : THIRD BOUT-Six' rounds- and 14th ave. I i GftPtobaltJr.fromour miss the chance to have the

James W. :Marshall. Seventh Inning .j Daddy Baer, of California vs. Prom downtown, west on N. E.: i nearest dealer's-a renurtablc -

-- dance. KEY WEST-Baker, singled to Frank Davenport, of Chicago First or N. W. First atreets, to'j I'' value at 2)blades best of refrigeration at a

1908-First Boy Scout t; t center Perez oat on a fielder's I Red McLachlan referee. 14 are., then right to N. W. Third; "I, .special for Dial only package 59c or ofV a small
troop cost
Subscribe to The Citizen. ; choice Lee to Flemmings. A. Ace- FOURTH BOUT, SEOT-FINAL street V 4forlOc.

organized in Britain. r j I redo struck out. Cates flied out:],-Ten rounds-Joe Knight, soatht BUS TRANSPORTATION I PoeIwj 1-- O.JI

-- .| party* and all aliens of party to )f skin" deep left which;]lens t light heavyweight champion Spacious buses will leave every co"->rj"- See us regarding this trial plan.

1915!)-British defeat German*j[ subject to deportation. looked like a second home run,: vs. Tony Shucco, New England five minutes from Bardine's on :.

in naval battle of North Sea. but Meska made a wonderful running .i champion! Charley Wheeler!, ref- Southwest' First street and Miami PRBAK.tMetB The West Electric Co.

I 1934 Unbt-lievablJ scandal I catch. I eree. ,4:' ave. Key V
1920-Communist Party of and corruption unearthed at New out, A. Acevedo to Pena. Sauls: -Max Baer, world's heavyweight Take Flagler street ears I A. F. AYALA Sales Manager

America held by Secretary of Labor York's Welfare Peniten I hit a hard line drive to Gates who champion vs.:"Jimmy Maloney .f to lath. aTe. 'or the Sixth street panNTs uatorc.cTIa PS SOSIC. :

o Wilson to be a "revolutionary.' tiary. -. : made4 a'wonderful, catch. Todds. Miami.** FomIIeeneypVrefeee* ears direct'to stadium.
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x: : SOCIETY : : FOROPERAHERE ..-.......-.------------- -,.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-........ L CAPE TOWN AfricaFrydeand PHONE 152M. d.c20Richardson's
1- Egg were the names of two
Mrs R. A. Bissell left yesterday L. P. Artman, publisher of The passengers taking breakfast together

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress afternoon for a few days in Mi'I I Citizen, left yesterday for a busi- Bj ANN PAGE on a ship leaving this

'PHONE 752-J TICKETS FOR EVENT TO BE I ami. ness visit in -Miami.. MARKETING for Sunday difficult dinner as I port. GroceryFRIDAY

................................................. PLACED ON SALE TOMORROW J. R. Villareal left yesterday Dr Armando Cobo left yester I,: meat prices continue to rise. In rent t Dutch court upholds United AND SATURDAY
afternoon for Miami to see the] day afternoon for Miami to attend -' era], prices of smoked meats veal. States ban on gold clause.

Mayor And Mrs. W. H. Malone fights between the topnotchers to a dental clinic to be held in I)I I,: pork than and those poultry of beef have and advanced Iamb. A little less'I I SPECIALS

night. that tonight. .
city meat and plenty of I
Entertain With Dinner : be the best for budget vegetables and health-would Ivory Flake, 3 pkg*. .._ 2Sc

PartyMayor Tickets for the opera, "Piratesof Eugene Sands left yesterday I Earl Adams, local correspondent I! minded folks for many vegetables are Salmon taU' 2 for __.._ 25c

Penzance," from the pens of afternoon for few in :Miami of the Miami Herald left I j,I very cheap particularly potatoes ARCHER'SGROCERY Butter lb __. _ 32Je;
a days yesterday parsnips turnips, carrots, beets. Milk .. ...- ..._ lOc and lie
and Mrs. William IT.| hours, was much enjoyed by the Gilbert and Sullivan, will go on on business. for a visit in Miami. I onions cabbage and kale. A salad or Tomatoes, can ?..._._ 5c

Malone last evening entertainedat guests. sale tOI 10TO":, it was .announced I fruit dessert is a desirable addition to 1; Cream, 6 cans .. __.... 39c
an informal dinner party at I Ma fois, but :Mjs. Malone is al I Chief Harry Baker, of the Key P. J. Calvin, special customs a main course using only. root vege- ., Sugar, 5 Ibs. 25c 10 Ibs. 49c

their home on Division street, Mr. truly remarkable person! Aftera today... Theopera' ,will: pen thecelebration Vest Fire Department, left yesterday agentwho was in Havana on business !-' tables.Navel oranges bananas grapefruitand "The Store That Serves Henhey't Cocoa, 20c size 15c

and Mrs. Julian Langner of Wash, strenuous day of all the duties I : 'of, "La .Semana Aleg-- afternoon for a short visit returned on the Cuba yesterday apples are plentiful and Inexpen- You Bett" New Potatoes, 6 Ibs. ... 25c

ington, D. C. Present also were' that fall to the lot of. the leading re" here'Tuesday night; February in Miami.Dr. afternoon and left the sive. The first rhubarb and strawber- Old Potatoes, 10 Ibs. _.. 22c
on ries are available forvery,' special Onion. 3 lb*. _....... 13e
: makes her
Mrs. Lou Knowles. who lady of the city, in the eveningshe 19. I I afternoon train for Miami.C. ITS CHEAPER TO
";' : occasions. \ Rinso, 3 pkg __._.__. 24c
home with Mrs. Malone, and Nina I retains her suavity and urban Arr-open-a"ir performance of the J. A. Valdes and father, I I Here are three menus at different TRADE AT ARCHER'SIt's Life Buoy Soap, 4 cake 27c

deLisa Leslie. | ity and appears, smart and per- romantic opera is to be given un- J. JL Valdes, left yesterday after- O. Ackerman 1 left yesterday : price levels made up from seasonable I Sani-Flush, can' ..._._. 22c

The dinner, with fine young fectly-grooirted+ as the tireless der the full of the February moon. noon for two days in Miami on for a business trip of several daysin I I foods: | the day in and day out Crisco 1 tb ._._....._ 20c

roast duck as the piece de resistance -;[ and discerning hostess. The stage will be at one end of pleasure. I Miami.( Low Cost Dinner I I prices you pay for foods"hat Cri.co, 1J lb*. _._.._ 30e
characterized by the Her dinners teas and I Boiled White Tu-ia Fish 2 27c
was parties, the Naval Station ball field just Smoked Butt Potatoes count! A saving today can
l I I I Buttered aprt'mium Ovaltine ... _. 35c and 6Sc
usual faultless and incomparable be they formal or informal, in- beyond the Southard street Charles II. Ketchum who Cabbage r
en ,
was Major D. J. Sabini U. S. A., Bread and Butter _._... _
service found at party which variably reflect her charm and I price tomorrow, even Bliss Coffee, tb ?. Z5c
any i; trance. Bleachers and benchesare in Miami and Jacksonville on business who was in Key West for a short Bread Custard Pudding i i Pimento, 3 cans ,,.,.. 25c
Mrs. Malone instigates, and it, as enviable ability as a skillful and to be provided.For returned yesterday.Mrs. I left for Miami and Tea or Coffee Milk on different items, means excessive Apple Sauce. 2 can 2Sc
stay yesterday
well as the charmingly intimateand hospitable hostess, and she is in- some time members of the will return the last of the week Medium Cost Dinner \ grocery costs in the Kidney BeAns, 2 can 25c

convivial succeeding several I deed to be congratulated. cast have been working on the Ledlow, wife of train des- I with his family to stay for the Roast Pork Boiled nice end. At Archer's you will find Grape Fruit Juice, large 15c

-- -- -- -- - --.- production which is expected to be patcher, G. C. Ledlow, returned j[ rest of the season. I Creamed Spinach | superior quality at day in and Cod Fish Cakes 2 for 25c
String Bean, 2 for _____ 25c
one of the most colorful eventsin Bread and Butter I
Advisory Board Outlining Plans I, the week's activities. Nominal yesterday Palm from a trip to West I Baked Apples I! day out economy prices. Kaffa Haag, tb ___ 49c
Beach. Claude Albury, head of the immigration Tea or Coffee Milk ': Black Beans, 2 Ib*. 18c
to be made for
are reserved bureau in Key West, ONE STOP SERVICE Grits, 3 pkg*. ?__ 2Mother's
For Fashion Show Here Sunday i seats, and general admission Richard Thruelsen, well known I and Mrs. Albury, left yesterdayafternoon Very Special Dinner I j j Whether need Meats Oats, 3 boxes 25c

seats will be even cheaper, Fruit Juice Cocktail j you Salt, 3 boxes .....__._, lOc
in from Miami "
I it was said. came yesterday for Miami. Mrs. Albury Fried Chicken !i Fish Turtle, Fruits, Oysters, Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans 25c

There will be a meeting of the ing of Mrs. William II. Malone, :Miss Betty Maloney has charge for an indefinte stay. /i will,visit relatives and Mr. Albury Browned Sweet Potatoes Vegetables or Dairy Products, Safety Matches, 3 pkgs. ?_ 25e
Advisory Board held tomorrow -- 1 i vtill kttend the .fistic encounters Cauliflower with Parsley Butter call l Archer's Grocery. Matches, 3 boxes __ 13e
Mrs. O. S. Long, Mrs. Lewis of t aid
c t.t.lcket..oIfJ. persons Stuffed Tomato
Salad j
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: r. Mrs. Agnes Pritchard leftyes- 'i in the municipal adium. j
morning at 10 o'clock to complete Paper, 5 rolls 24e
plans for the resort fashion show Pierce, Mrs. Harold Bal oa; ;;, 'jfr r i wantna' should
scheduled to take place on Sun- Frederick Kirtland and lulph aAft ) relatives in Miami. Miss Mollie Heath has taught Coffee Milk! low prices and high quality Tomato Juice, 3 cans 25c
$er feVrgcM oC fiIGn -Kt>yIVF:4.i f r .th ,)first-grade ,of .4tke>3rpublic Dog Food, 3 cans ______. 24c
kt V t .
afternoon. Gunn. nifTIi-rr:
day' )
A, dress rehearsal has been I Almost every phase of'Ttl"'re'sort ( l : i v15': sta' n I\ d 'e-ar Jrj{ \ o t l ery
called fcr Saturday afternoon at3t30 day will be represented. -. )hiovSatriyed,yWerday for a \ s:*I exactly; half V eentu t')' nt1!?* dc>- phi has announcedihe cbscovery'i1 Phone 67 814 Fleming St. Eaton and Elizabeth' Smls

at which all models are Bathing suits tennis 'co'tume\, in(, IAUhEt'l J, h of-several weeks"as guest of Mr4,',elarea'she ztijf go'iight'on teacK- !of a successful? vaccine against I ....- '. ....

urgently requested to be present. I fishing outfits, golfing apparel, ; and Mrs. R. B. Curry. 1'ing until she "dies in harness." I infantile paralysis. II I II I I-

Much interest is being evincedin horseback riding togs and cycling f. D .U - - -- -- - -
this Fashion Revue, where will ,I modes will be shown, topped with M.evet "

be exhibited some of the very, a display of lovely, colorful, seasonal I E Slop

latest and charming resort creations -:i' afternoon dresses calculated t t 17
obtainable. Several es'| to stir feminine hearts and cause! ,.;;cto t ;ll l .

pecially designed gowns will be poor husbands' minds: to dwell ,.
: '- "'C, e.\.
presented, ntrdelled by the leadIng ,i 1: wistfully on the monies surely', RVSrM l:r: wA1/ Axw ,,,

social women of Key W cst.:: and shortly to }be expended in he r- :.R '}. ."" !.. tx

Other gowns and accessories have. further adornment of their wives.'' -' --

been carefully chosen by a very There is every indication of a
:That no citizen is ro powerful.
capable Advisory Hoard, consist- large Sunday afternoon! I none FO humble that the city in
hich he lives iJ not aid to
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him in some
Entertain With Plan Dance For way.
Some citizens are alwa s boost

Birthday Party Saturday Night ers for their city. They tccom.

\ plish much in community betterment -

and this not only makes the ..
Sir.and Mrs Herbert Wo;'ch of Under the auspices of Arthur
home better place in whichto :
928 Francis street entertained Sawyer Post, American Legion,'I city a
live and do) business' for themselves -
last night with a ,delightful] birth- an opening dance will be held at
but also for the citiz n'
day patty: for Gilbert Weech. the Coral Isle Casino on Saturday ., ,
who always riding .on the wagon -
nineteen. Dancing and many night, January 26, starting at are
that the live citizens are pulling -
:tames were enjoyed and refresh- 9 o'clock. 1 t.
hill.Despite .
ments consisting of ice cream, Music for the affair will be up
: the keen competitionfor
cake and candy were served during furnished! by Rollc and his 12
trtde advantages, city
the course cf the evening. Cavaliers of Miami. This is a
maintain its place in the front
Among those presentcre: widely known dance band. I, can
ranks of industrial and commercial -
Mrs. II. Haskins, the Misses
I leadership of section by
Clarabell Cereio. Florence) Torres, Junior Club To your
cooperation on the part of foil your A : t I
Bernice Brantley, Mary Drantley, g"
Beulah Brantley. Dorothy Dobbs, Hold MeetingMiss I
Now is the time for all citizensto
Erma Johnson, Alberta Peterson,
Gayncll Roberts. Ensiia Gwynn, Clara Yates, !Mrs. Ross C. join hands and make the home

Theda Guerro Gwynette Thompson Sawyer, Jr., and Mrs. Edgar city the mot modern and the :; : I Ip
in fee-
most city
Ruth Rose: Thompson, Marguerite \ Pangle will be hostesses at the progressive the your
Varela! Kathryn A'len, social meeting of the Junior Wo- tion of country.You
should think and do
LaVcine Lowe Made,: Sands, man's Club tomorrow afternoon.The : top to

Shirley Almyda. affair will be given in the it now. What kind of a citizen city b{; r'. '.
be if
Messrs. Joseph Fraga, Gilbert clubhouse of the Key West Wo wculd your city every

Martinez, nu. ;;ene llowanitz, man's Club beginning at :5; o'clock. were jut like you? Would it be
i live, crowing city or would it be i 1M
Emerson Boccaise. Harlan Weech, ,
Juan Kosado, Ernest .Sanchez, Social Club like a living cemetery.

Everett Higgs, Buster Cerezo,
To Give Dance Edith Kingdon Gould!, 14-year
Norman IJrantley, Whiter Mc- '
: old great-granddaughter of the
Cook, Maynard\ Lowe, Philip
famous founder of the Gould fortune
Baker and Clarence Gates. Young Boys' Social Club will
has just published in New a<\C "'e \ 4,
entertain with a dance at the
book of 37 written
York poems
Wiener Roast Cuban Club tomorrow evening.A \rr .h .. .',? rS au C 'i J .Cn.
between the ages of 6 and 14.
: good musical program has \\H\\ C *,. k :.
g :e' e n: .
Postponed been arranged to be played by, BIGNQVELTYCUBANftCL'UBv .t.\ : 4G'

one of the city's popular! -dance' 1

Because of the cold and windy orchestras. A large'attendancc? is: 'D.A'NC E

weather the social committee of expected. 1

Robert J. Perry Chapter Order ..., . .. '
of' DcMolay( has decided to postpone roast that was scheduled,. take! 'I ". -' 'Ih. .

the bicycle ride and wiener I place tonight until Monday night.! .Frih y, J ,, Y25925. I 1 c
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Spoesoredby'YsB: :,; J LI LIF
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Two 2-Reel Comedies
During the week ending today j Darrow, colored, charged ', -
but one marriage license was issued with attempting to rob the Matinee: I0-15c; Night: 1020cSPEND oRD has always aimed to make the auto- Easier steering and a clutch that responds to additional cost A new, welded all-steel body

from the office of Judsje :, cash register in the eiore of Lee'' mobile-buying dollar go as far as possible. the touch of your foot.Consider safety:There's that'a insulated with sound-deadening mate

Hugh Gunn. making a total of 10'!' Baker on Fleming street, was given t I \\\\\\'II// This was illustrated when Ford brought the safety glass all around-on.all models-at no riaL New, more powerful brake, with an unusually

for the month of January to date. a hearing before Peace Justice ratio of surface to
/ V-8 engine to the low-priced field-without in. high braking car
The sole issue noted was for the Frank O. Roberts yesterday after-
wedding of William finder and noon. I t: YOUR creasing operating cost. ; OAT Z01v'" weight. And a lower center of gravity that

Miss l Helen K Sylvester, which; : ) From the evidence adduced at This year, the 1935 Ford V-8 gives tra GD gives Increased safety and stability on curves!
Matecumbe( last'Thursday the
was solemnized in hearing the committing 1
magistrate VACATIONTHIS ( ditional Ford low ,Why be satisfied to receive less than this for
ni ht.LEAVES j i said he found probable, prices,traditional Ford operating .a s.x...

cause for holding the defendant, YEAR INFLORIDA -and in "" ; ?
!(' economy- additionriding comfort 1 your money
FOR COLLEGE and placed him y
under bond of
i Examine this new 1935 Ford V-8.Ride In It.
body beauty and
-- I $100 for the next term of criminal ii new safety

Ronah Edwards of the Trinity]I court. 1 1I I, \ features that will satisfy the requirements of U en You'll realize that it is not only a new Ford V-8

Presbyterian Church, colored] t! / jorgourHEAlTHIIII"'I1' .
I I Car but automobile value." .
almost a new
leaves for Tuskegee College today I I Business is holding up in the everyone.Consider

to complete her training as I West and the South. >': /// \\\\\ some of the major improvements I '

She has graduated from I I i .
nurse. in the Ford V-8 for 1935.Take Comfort: From UP, F. O. B. DETROIT.
the Stillman Institute in Alabamaa i ....FULL-FLOATING SPRING BAS !
...... .
Presbyterian College for the I this standpoint alone, what a completely 495I.,....Hr. !. r r.MJT tamw++yr l&nufc
Note how the spring of the new Ford V-8 arm placed
training of teachers and nurses.' I'VE FOUND VICKS YES.. AND VICKS rounded car this is! Comfort Zone Riding (ex out beyond the front and rearaxlef and terr only t* 7'i Ocrfif cla.rwe fffd.
, This church has three students in VA-TRO-NOL HELPS cushion the load They provide a long fpring bate for
training for teaching and nursing HELPS F.lainedatriaghl) that gives"front seat comfort" riding eate,and retain the 112-ineh tnhfeUxitefor handling

PREVENT ease.Dothfront and rear seats are cradled between
SHORTEN even to rear seat passengers. Deep cushioned, the springs-enabling all pauengen to ride in the Com

I COLDS = & A COLD higb.backFd,wider seats.Big,air-balloon tires fort Zone \


Frank Craven-Mary: ( Carlisle in 1I OR THE AM-FOBDOECB1STBA sT11raOsY

Matinee THAT'S: Balcony GRATITUDE 10c; OrcLe. I Follow VICKS PUN tor better CONTROL OF COLDS 'aes t Continuous Ford: Dealer in the, World"' +\ COLOMBIA ran ...Jlllc.,wmroBK 0CH.THOBS.KVEMUICS Kvnuncs' !0R in-

Ira, 15-20c Night, 15-25c \
I [full details in och Vicks pockao*] 1

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