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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: February 8, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME LVI. No. 34. _KEY WEST, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS J



Bob Wagner Much More Contented r ADMIRAL FENNERARRlVESj . GIVES REPORT. ONROOSEVELT : FERA OFFICERS PHILADELPHIA !-|Courts May Not Hear Last Of


I : "ON AN BMC COMING TO CITY MAYOR .WRITES I IO

With His Senatorial Environment f

INSPECTION TRIP. AQUARIUM! Hauptmann Case For Some Time

I KEY WEST RECEIPTS'SHOWN MRS GATES AND MISS BERRY !


Shown,To Have Been Un- GEORGIA PAPERCARRIES ACCOMPANIED-BY HIS WIFE TO HAVES TOTALLED '1")" COMING. FOR AQUARIUM SENDS CONGRATULATIONSON I Regardless Of Trial Verdictteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei

$258.25 DEDICATIONMrs. .
favorable Toward Post ARTICLEABOUT AND LIEUTENANT COM- ITS COMPLETION TO M. I -
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MANDER BRAGG AIDE TO E. GILFOND, ADMINISTRA.TOR Proceedings May Still Con-
When Matter Was .first J. JENKS Attorney W. Curry Harris Gertrude Gates south- ENTERTAINED HEREIII.eIeo.sI..IS.e..esIIi

SuggestedBy ADMIRAL chairman of the ticket committeefor eastern field supervisor of social OF FERACongratulations I tinue For Several Months

the President's Birthday Ball, service for the Federal Emergency .

IN told The Citizen today that receipts Relief Administration, will Despite Whatever Jury
SUBJECT OF WRITEUP Admiral Edward B. Fenner, U. to Key Weston

HERBERT PLUMMER SPECIAL COLUMN GAINED S. N., commandant of the Sixth, from the ball totalled be in Key West for the dedication ! the completion of the Key I DecidesBy


:WASHINGTON. Feb. 8.-The FIRST NEWSPAPER EXPERIENCE arrived in Key West today accom- After all expenses of the ball aquarium Sunday February 17.\\ today by M. E. Gilfond.
the balance will be divid- acting administrator when let-
are paid according to word received a
tory i* told that when. it was ON THE CITIZENJ. panied by Mrs. Fenner and Lieutenant ter received JACK STINNETT
was from J. Hampton
Commander Kendal B. ed with 70 percent being retainedin her in Atlanta today. 48y Assorlaird I.r.....
first of Moore of
suggested to Bob Wagner mayor Philadelphia.
Bragg U. S. N., aide to the ad Key West for the use of sufferers With Mrs. Gates will come Miss Mayor Moore was invited to at-j 1 FLEMINGTON, N. J., Feb. 8.-
New York that he seek a seat in R. Fitzpatrick of the Columbus miral. of infantile paralysis and
Mabel Berry, director in Florida tend the dedication
ceremony No
i matter what verdict i i. reach.
the United .State... senate he Ga., Ledger writes, in his At the station to greet the visi-. ,the balance of 30 percent sent to of the social service department I which Is.to be staged Sunday, Feb.: ....

viewed 'tLeh'propoaa1. :with'tdh.favor' 1'op 0' The Morn"i column of a tors,were' who !Mayor welcomed William' them II. Malone andtendered Washington to be used in research [of Florida FERA. They were said ruary 17,' but official duties he], "i." 'the;trial(of .Brvno' Richar
I will prevent his :coming at*
former Key Westers who ''is nowa work. &Uptaaaa,' ..urdu't..ILl..he.Nltr.'th. .
: the freedom of the city I both among those invited by M. that time. Karged with

;well ..known\news'writes in that and all it holds;; Lieutenant W. B. Ei Cilfond, acting: 'adminittrator.l: !, "You have eongratal&tions s I-: *. /! ..Ger-
Thfportly -An"gaia1NewYorke Mty.'as follows? !. Jackson, U. >s., N., officer in W.\ V. MlLUNGIflN ,toiattend the dedication cere-?1 upon bringing' compIetLo'thJs* '' .
charge of the communication Serve *Mn<...arpenter'.. ........ 'be ia
,was s.nt.et. 'back.in. 1926. "Reporting: :'_ .la poU" I*. interesting and:.quite ,appropriate' J ,
t Frci : ,.. '"Ourgood( man J..U. I'Jj' 'who ice at the,naval station and L. M. <.nQny.r I addition to Key West's attractions f t \tha'eortf.rw.oeehsto'ceme.. .
a !tLtf'poaitioa.of,'a' .ore.or Pjeree. leading man-joiner, In DIES TrflSMOMBIfi! Plans have been completed for and I '
am glad our Doctor'Van| .! ;
the:.river front>;iand" all
covers
le.j..eu.- member: )of the -state{k charge of construction at the naval the dedication. and following the'ceremony ,i Deusen was able to assist! 'Mayr" < -GeorgJH IQ.Large, 'depwty; at.
points west of the Fourteenth station. at the site of the unique have successful meeting 1
you a
assembly he had ascended step by aquarium, luncheon is __ _ torney general outlined the legal
street, bridge for this department This afternoon Admiral Tenner FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE a to be the letter said in part. The mayor .- ._
step until he had reached a place invaded our editorial sanctum last is making an inspection of the I served at the Casa Marina. '' was referring to Dr. Robert 0'1,j processes which might al.jnd ev
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night while we were burning the navy holdings in company with i CONDUCTED TOMORROW Van Deusen. superintendent of >LTO ADAMS I I
a* justice of the appellate divisionof I Grand Exalted *
District
Lieutenant Jackson and Mr. Deputy possible a t&e! juryflow
midnight oil, for a confab. AH NEWJERSEYFOLKON the Fairmount Park Aquarium in' I cry
MORNING Ruler of B. P. O. Elks
the New York supreme court. news hawks talk shop and duringthe Pierce. Philadelphia who has long been !I I
1 1I sitting in the little wliiteHunterdon
be
This the visitors will
evening
conversation assistant told interested in the construction of
It; was not, it is said until the our guests at a dinner given by Mayor SOJOURN HERE I Ii 'I
us about his first experience in \ open-air tropical aquarium here. ELKS' OFFICIAL county courthousehere.
then governor of New York-Alfred the newspaper "game," which is and Mrs. Wm. H. Malone at the William Vectus Millington, 75 ;i lie is to deliver the dedicatory I!

E. Smith-his close personal anything but a game. home on Division street. Tomorrow years old. died 10:25 o'clock this ;! address, while Mayor William II.I .

lie started his career in Key will be spent visiting important morning in a local hospital following MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDER I !Malone\ will rececive the aquarium !j jon 'II I ENTERTAINED BYLOCALMEMBERS When the eight ,men and four
friend and political ally, urged points of interest in the city F.I II.
behalf
West, Fla., and the first night on of the city. Julius women complete their deliberations
him personally to make the change the job a submarine fleet came with a luncheon as guests of Judge his an illness covering a period LESLIE OF NEWARK AR. j I Stone. Jr.. administrator of the,! he said, one of four thing-
to town. Nearly 200 hard boiled Jefferson B. Browne at of several months. Florida ERA. under which the
that consented. I 1 station. RIVED YESTERDAY I I I iI is likelj'-((1)) acquittal ((2)) con-
Wagner apartments in the air I
sailors attended one dance and one Funeral services will be held aquarium is being completed will i ii J', viction with a recommendation for
It was whispered at the time of them became a trifle under the The admiral and party expectto tomorrow morning 10:30 o'clockfrom -- i preside at the dedication cere- ((3)) conviction without
I leave tomorrow 5:40 o'clock on ALTOADAMS AND WIFE .ARRIVED mercy,
that the real reason for the weather.An officer. arrested the tar and the return to headquarters in the Lopez Funeral Home Alexander Leslie and Mrs. Leslie mony. recommendation, or ((4)) failure

drafting of Wagner was a suspicion started down the street. The entire I Charleston S. C. Chapel. Rev. E. R. Evans of of Newark, N. J.. arrived over I HERE YESTERDAY;I Ii I 1to agree.

that too great friendship group of sailors surrounded him Congregational Church will offi the highway yesterday and are STEAMERTICER i OFFICER PAYS OFFICIAL I Ii I Extortion Indictment

between Smith and the then incumbent and demanded the prisoner. The I ciate. having a most enjoyable visit. i ,Should the jury find Hauptmann
}) republican senator who, officer backed up against a brick I JAMES GANNON The deceased has for many When Mr. and Mrs.!! Leslie start SAILED TODAY i VISIT TO LODGE I I not guilty of murder in the first

was reelection James wall and drew his pistol. years been connected with the ed for Key West they had no idea:i -. degree while committing an act of
seeking
The cub.term meaning embryo I HEREFORSTAY state plant board. With Mrs\ whom they would meet and expected I I I burglary, he still would be, farfrom.tliat.pelnt
Wadsworth-was causing' troublein journalist was in the vicinity and JMlington he has made hishomein the.trip to.be.just another .' !' I Alto..Adams, _DL: t i.tf-J> puty 1 where*h. 1iool.1.
.
'Smith'gown political camp. taking out his pencil and paper I Key West for a long period and automobile ride to Florida. !I(VESSEL ARRIVED IN PORT Grand Exalted Ruler B. P. 0. walk out of the courtr ni a 'free
made a host of friends who will Imagine the surprise of Mr. Leslie -, 'In Bronx New'York..
Happier Than Ever in the front ranks of man. county
pushed up I FORMER MAYOR OF BRISTOL 'I THIS MORNING FOR Elks Florida East was an arrivalin
You can take it from Bob Wag. the mob. The sailors rushed and regret to learn of his passing. He when he was greeted by Charles I where he was arrested where he
the officer began shooting.Our VA., RENTS APARTMENTFOR is survived by his widow. Lunn, formerly of Newark. but' FUEL OIL Key West, yesterday accompanied -I lived add where it is charged. he
his second
ner now, serving term hero heard a bullet whiz by I Members of the local plant now a regular oldtime Key West .--- I by Mrs. Adams and Mr.I It received $50,000 ransom money
in the senate, he is even more: and saw a blue jacket fall. Another WINTER SEASON board unit will serve as palL er, who has assured the visitors I I Steamship Tiger, of the Socony and :Mrs. harry BetheL Mr. Bethel from Dr. John F. Condon in a

happy in his senatorial environ- bit the dust and the cub started I bearers and B. P. O. Elks 551, that Key West is the only placeto Vacuum Corporation arrived at is Past District Deputy Grand Ex- cemetery, there still stands against
ment than he had been before. moving. While police reserves Arrived .1 of which he was a member, will spend a vacation in the winteror the Porter Dock this morning 8 alted Ruler him the Indictment for extortion.A .

Freed from the disturbing influences he was perched on a telegraph -I James Gannon, former mayor attend the services.Temperature'. summer. o'clock for fuel oil. I j I Last Mr. and Mrs. detainer already is i i". the
evening
which eligibility fork j, pole some 40 feet above the>! of Bristol Va., Is a resident of .-. .- .._---. --_. After being bunkered with 36-,: hands of the Hunterdon county
presidential or vice presidential ; ground. He never found his notes. i I Key West at this time havng! 000 gallons the ship sailed for : Adams, Mr. and Mrt. Bethel, Mr. sheriff and should Hauptmann be

honors would have given him (he I taken an apartment for an indefinite Aruba, Dutch West Indies and : and Mrs. Ray Bush and W. C. acquitted in the present case, he ,--
is German born) he says he has I Land Of Eaae- I. stay. [r TODAY'S WEATHER 1 from there will proceced to Dek-i i Harris Exalted Ruler of B. P. 0. would be turned over to Bronx
found an opportunity for service : JDJ hails from Key West and ; Mr. Gannon is enjoying his visit : kar West Africa. |I Elks 551, Key West, were guests county officials for prosecution

and constructive effort in the pave us some interesting information and was a passenger on the epecial i Yacht Intrepid, with owner;,at a dinner given by Judge Jefer- on that charge which carries the
senate he likes. I I about that island city that is plane making the trip to Tor- i'j Walter P. Murphy and rarty on', son B. Browne in. his air station penalty of imprisonment for not
i known in history as the only southern tugas and old Fort. Jefferson this cloudy tonight and Saturday mod- board returned this morning 9 apartments. less than five nor more than 20
lie has seen translated into I town to fly the stars and week. Highest ...............__......-...._76 I.erate northeast and east winds. o'clock from Havana where it 4 I I Later Mr. Adanu paid his official -. years. '
law proposals of his own to meet ..... .. ...... ..__ : ;
I stripes during the civil war. Lowest .... __ _v 61 spent the first part of the week. visit to the local lodge at the ;
unemployment emergencies con. i Cigar making is an important Mean ......._._............___._.. .70 The vessel was cleared Sunday by; home on Duvcl l street. and after i iI the In federal the event.of acquittal there, :!'
ceived at a time when he alonein NEW ARRIVAL ATJOHNSON'S i Normal Mean _......._. .70 government might
eeemed to vision the industry in the city and the workers the Porter Dock company. |I the business activities were concluded choose to prosecute Hauptmann ona
congress *
manufacture the best grade of RainfallYesterday's he enjoyed with the members
threat of more than one- charge of gold hoarding the
shadowy the "weed" by hand. They sit at I HOME i Precipitation .0 Ins. I a course of delicious refresh
maximum sentence for which i h
tenth of the nation's population TWELVE LEAVE
middle i Normal Precipitation _. .05 Ins. I
vainly seeking work behind the tables in long halls. In the .1'bin reroril revere :..-....r ..rrl.'4 ments. ,, / two .years'" with a maxim ,,,\. flne!
semblance of highest 'prosperity. of each room is a pulpit 'like deskwhere tmtlrnf mt N .'.1.".. this) M..rnl.c. I I. jWhh}, fl es9)' ft htflg fr of $JO,000.) And .pJUoujMr: f11JYli.'*
'".." *T" a person sits and reads to 1\iMand L*Johnson Tomorrow's AlManac .dr ABOARD :PM NE rildt'td'If1s' ., ln \ .ntrl m.IhMt \ q\U to
in 192 -1929J", to'make":" \ Mrs, Ft' an.fo'th1c ; r.ai "ItP fiSi 'j : He haA! ;iutroduceinn lherwnatq the workers they l labor, ": the birth of'an 8 pound< Sun rises ....._........?. 7:06 a.1! m. .sO-: f? 41 pJffuu, ; ,(Wan! x Uf.s, aJ! :tt .P" Iyp\,\ ln iflAJIf-Q il'r

the administration's1{; nor 1\1\ se(.. the wen'known'' "Havanas.' The I' girl last night at the home of Sun sets ..._. .......?..._ 6:17 p.] m. .t1 tI." '--' Iiin !! .J '1, t e JiFrS19f..the 1 lo4l1q! lPthij1 I r .;4\!(\ i iD4, tbi34pu-) If J
curity"" legislation1 i '; embracing': unmployment reader, as he is known. reads"from Mr&<'Johnson's 'parents Mr. and Moon rises' ... ..-..-._.11 :0. a. Jlli : !:(): 1 Passengers to the.number W 12 I!- { !{ e ,tb i ay.i 8 *;e tl ,.allegation, 'wcr},.PK, ?f.4.ntrue. 1I
'': '' I daily newspapers!' books and 'any left yesterday afternoon anV he'plae ,fJaJ '?Y ,J "O, { .
inaurante, 'old age Mrs. Jefferson Knight on Washington Moon sets __.._ Partly Cloody ) 'I hc.o9:4: :d.ei'qrM\d' noj..n
'afflicted i thing else that the cigar makers leaving, at1 o'clock': 'fsr Mi;. tiops.oefore Jheh.t.rCt.. ...hsobI l: T
pensions'a'nd care 6f Ihe decide they would like to'"be' entertained 'I -street. Tomorrow Title I Ftorida: Partly"cloudy tonight ami. .? i rf 1 I .J ,Jeav.jngHowever:: ,,- ,, **:J 1'/. .lIim 1R' ; ')lI brta
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and neeiry-Lrf p\-or"b l embodying i The new arrival has been given j J.Jafll; pbliy.that, 'jurywill:
with.;' Sunny South. A.M. ..l\Ml and temperature reservation sheet' member that winfbe t ; :
I. Saturday; slowly rising Listed on the ; ; ; irg.Jh i,he : '
a"stcp; forward that is1 almbst unparalleled is I i the name of Francin&Ellen. Both ....... ...... dihagree>r>resuUing iat.-'hat; U
His home town he tells ns. | High -r-- 2:06 1:56- in central and north I were: John Broderiek. Din Navarro looking 'forward to the time'ahen
in its boldness and I the only frost free city in the :j, mother and baby are doing nicely. Low .m.....-:.-....-. 7:15 9:15 portions William Kelly. Harold Robinson -j he will have a day's outing known a* a "hung jury"-alway"
i I Mrs. Johnson before her marriage tonight and in northeast portion make. life miserable for proecuton. : -
scope. United States. There is not a fireplace -]! was Baioinetvr at 8 u. m., today: Bea Light Rose Light,II I and expects it will be some time
Hi Personal Interest 1 I coal or wood yard on the Miss Cleora Knight. Mr. Sea level, 30.14.Lowest. Saturday. Hamilton Wright, Arthur Serra. in May.\ ':'
One has only to talk with Wag-].: island and the chamber of commerce -I: Johnson who is in the CoastGuard Jacksonville to Florida Straits: William R. Porter !Mrs.\ Thomas In cases of importance, it means. -
I is stationed at I almot: invariably a new trial, additional -
ner to realize what his sponsorshipof advertises it the city service and :
as Highest Moderate to fresh northeast O'Berry Buddie O'Berry and CarlE.
this legislation means to him, without a chimney. Our man longed Fort Lauderdale. Station Last Night Yesterday cast winds; weather partly over Troy. TEXANS ARRIVE I Ii expense elimination to the state and all

personally. While he is quick to for his stamping grounds when Abilene .........? 52 60 generally an of
admit the bill does not representthe snow fell on Columbus the other V. LOWE LEAVESABOARD Boston .............. 20 34 cast tonight and Saturday. HEREON VISIT possibilities of surprise in theprosecution's :
"zenith of perfection" he does. night. Buffalo ......-.--... 22 30 East Gulf: Moderate to fresh OTHER VISITORS presentation of evi
believe ground has been broken Charleston ........ 38 *46 northeast shifting to east winds. I dence. In the Hauptmann ca.?e,
"for a structure in which econ I The JDJ 1'ert;;;:;: to is John D. TANKERVirgil Chicago ........... 26 30 ARRIVED MONDAY i.i observers are agreed that in the -

omic wisdom and humanitarian I Jenks son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Denver .......-...... 30 38 WEATIIEtt CONDITIONS I MR. AND MRS. M'LAUCHLINjt t event of failure to return a ,verdict '
trial would b. for I
imputes shall be blended in perfect -'I I jjenks. of 1201 Pine street who Detroit _.__. 20 24 TO REMAIN F >>EXTENDED j a new within set t

proportion to protect millionsof gained his first experience in the Lowe Jr., left today on Galveston .......... .CO 66 I 'Dan W. Eastwood. prominent in early hearing, probably a -
our citizens from under-;j newspaper profession as cub re-,. board the tank steamer Tiger en- Havana ............ 60 Pressure is relatively low this. business circles of Orlando Fla.., STAY IN KEY WESTW. few weeks.
I Conviction with recommendation
nourishment during their formative -! porter on the staff of The Citizen. route to South African ports. Huron _....-.-._.. 28 30 morning from Illinois southwest- and Mrs. Eastwood are visitors in a **
of would! Jesuit> inevitably -
years!, from privation in their having shipped as a member of: Jacksonville ._,46 50 ward to the-' Rio Grande Valley Key West,.arriving, 'Monday. ,mercy it is th oughl."in 1' a .sentence -
prime of life. and from destitu- VISITORS COME the deck crew. Kansas: City ..u-. 30 32 and over the, Plateau region, and I Both Mr. and 'Mrs. Eastwood E. McLaughhn. of Lubbock of life imprisonment. If the

tion in their old age." The vessel will make i its first KEY WEST _.;. 641, ,76': high over thd Atlantic States and t!I express themselves as enjoying Texas, arrived over the highway: defense did not appeal,)(f.t""mijAt
The New York senator, how- stop at Aruba South America Little Rock46.: 54 along the northern border. Precipitation -1 I' their stay 'and haTing delightful yesterday with Mrs. McLaughlin mean an end to the ase'so far, as -
ever, does not rely on idealistic I BY AIR ,ROUTE and then proceed.. on to its destina- Los Angeles ._ 52.60 has occurred during the !. visits with 'Key West folk while for an extended stay in Key Vest .the courts were concern .*-' MIn
thoughts and high-sounding tion. Louisville j 38. 46 last 24 hours from the southern .' guests of !Mr.\ and Mrs. Julian Mr. McLaughlin was in the office the case of conviction ''with. }
phrases alone to accomplish his The ship on leaving South African Miami ,. 68 72 Lake region'southwestward over Langnef "at their:residence. 529 of The Citizen today, and I recommendation pf' clemency' ,

l'ndIll'! is a very practical I PENDLETON EDGAR AND ED. ports will continue on other Minneapolis __w ,16, 24 eastern Texas in portions of the 11 I Caroline street.OverSea. said that he had come to Key no the sentence would be death*In the

student of politics. For eight voyages that will take the tanker. New, Orleans .,.w 60.,., i 68 central Plains'' States the Plateau I Jiii: . '. West on the advice of .Jsphyai._ electric chair located' hr' the
years he was democratic leaderof !I WARD DELEHANTY GUESTS to many- far.distanVPOintS.; I New York ..-;. 26 36 region, and in the Pacific States : cian. He is a sufferer from "death hou." at Trenton.
the New York state senate. Pensacola ._..._ 48 60 from Oregon southward being asthma and was told that in Key Appeal Might Follow
One of his pupils in those days I OF PRICE FAMILY HERE GOOD BEER Pittsburgh ___ 32 38 mostly in the form of rain and HotelROOM I West he would find relief. In any instance where the .eon ",
St. Louis __._._ 36 42 heavy in eastern Texas. There has .
of from circumstantial
was a young man by the name t Terms It! viction results
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Everybody Salt Lake City .. 38 54 been a decided rise in tempera running water __ $1.00 I NOTICE ELKS ( (Continued on Page Four)
I Pendleton Edgar and Edward PETER DOELGER San Francicsco 52 :58) ture from the Lake region and ROOM with bath 1.50 -- ,

I J. Delehanty were arrivals in Key t Is Rich Smooth and Seattle -- 3-1 5-1 Ohio Valley eastward over the WEEKLY RATES AU members of Key West' CABARET SHOWUnder
SPECIALSFRESH West this week on their seaplane I Tampa 54 74 North Atlantic States with read- I Lodge No. 551 B. P. O. E. are requested -
FLORIDA PORK Aeronoa and are guests ofIr.: .'I ALWAYS Creamy REFRESHING Washington 22 36 I ings 22 to. 26 degrees higher this Newly Renovated'New to meet at the lodge room Auspices Woman's Club .-
Fryers and Hens and Mrs.\ C. C. Price. WilUston 24 28 morning in eastern Michigan, and Equipment tomorrow morning at 10 a. nu for ToaJght 8:30 O'clock
Heavy Western Steer Meat Mr. Edgar left this morning by Distributed by temperatures throughout the coun- New Management I the purpose of attending the CORAL ISLE CASINO -,

Veal and Lamb .I plane with Mrs. Price as passengerand I .. Cabrera Wholesale WEATHER FORECASTTill I try are generally near or above I NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE funeral of Brother W. V. Milling- Tadeta '*at SaU at 421 Duva. !

Monroe Meat will visit briefly with Mrs.Price's Grocery, Inc. the seasonal average. ton. J Str"L.PIa.. ... 3024 .

Phone 411 Free Market Delivery : j parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -I Key West Florida ( 8 p. m., Saturday) I G. S. KENNEDY. I I. W.. CURRY HARRIS, I Opposite Colonial Hotel < .' "

_ _ _ _ _ .,!11 J Meres ,at Tarpon Springs. I FACA I 7RBL-211 Key; West and Vicinity: Partly Official in Charge. I feb8-lt E. B. AgI.40.. .- : $130 -

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: AGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1935.
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a WHY KILL THE GOOSE? ........................ president! of the Colorado Schoolof : CHOSES MOTHERcrifcAGOJudge
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UUr -i t L' !: J.it: 1 t >
Ii t SoniS TfM tievefa&s With Today's BirthdaysCharles Mines born at Coolbaugh, Pa, j Sabath of

r TUB I'ublUbvU CITIZEN Daily PL'BLISIII Except! Sunday CO..By INC. Government is maintained by taxa- '" ................... .... 58 years ago. : this city allowed 7-year-old Jerry

L. P. AKTMA, Prr-Idrat. tion on industry.The L A Pineapple Juice Base II. Dennis, editor Krejci to chose the parent he
From The Citizen Building emeritus of the Chicago Daily would live with and Jerry chose!
of public officials comes from Baron Lionel Rothschild, headof
Corner Greene and Ann Streets pay By Jane Roger t I News born at Decatur, 111., 75 his mother.
the English family of the name,
the taxes that are taken from industry.
f\F all .the natural trait juices years ago.
and Monroe born 67 Subscribe to The Citizen.P&O .
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West years ago.
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none la more palatable than that
do officials
County. Then why so many public
of prime ripe pineapples. It Is delicious -
Entered at Key West. Florida as seCond class matter seek to gain popularity by attacking zesttul and appetizing without King W. Vidor. moving picture --- -
the addition ot another Ingre producer born at Galveston, Tex.,
t.'T\-UXTIi! 1tan dustry? v{ tiThe n-I dient. although, some..add .ice la 40 years ago. STEAMSHIP Co. I
.. It. The .
Member of the A.la'"cI pr. serving epicures fho-gh.
the Associated Press Is exclusively entitled' to user simplest reasoning indicates the will.tell yon that,.. Mlinway, tomake UNITED STATES FAST'
. rcpi.blUu.tlon of all news dispatches credited tIt it cold lsto Cafirft li the Frank F.. Mason, vicepresidentof I FOR
or not otherwise credited la this paper and alas! insanity of such a procedure. refrigerator while Hls,. .wtD the the National Broadcasting Co., MAIL ROUTES
the local news published here. tin. and then serve as soon ts po&sible '
Government in competition with private after opening.' '* = t New York. born in Milwaukee 42 I PORT TAMPA- .VANA-WEST INDIES

line Year _...SlllStIlllTIOHATES_......_....... ., .-_...._._ .11009 business can lead to but one end- ,Delicious though It is u*straight years ago. Leave Key West Effective for!Havana April Tuesdays 27, 1933 and Fridays 12:20
tix: llonths _._.._......- ,, i Ii.01 drink, as a prelude to'meal., or as .
Three Months .__._. ......_ z.EO. pick-me-up wll.e f&UptdJ the I P. M.
.. ...-...... .. ____ -. destruction of private business, which a (
One Month _.m. ..____ .8* natural unsweetened Juice of the Prof. Maud Slye of the Univ. Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays
Weekly .%1AU'IUTI51G means destruction of taxable resources of delectable trait from HawaII Is an of Chicago, noted pathologist and I 9:00: A. 31.Leave.
excellent base for a wide variety of Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satar-'
: RATES! cancer researcher! born in Minneapolis I
Made known on application.JSOTICK! government. mixed and fancy beverages. Here 56 days.6:30, P.. M.,
'..tt.'UL 'are some tested recipes: that,yon years ago. I Tickets, Reservations and Inforaatie' at Ticket Offi OB &.
All reading nottcca, cards of thank., resolutions of Destruction of private business means will want to steep on hand once you i Dock ThoM 71
rf'JI pect. rbltuary notices eta, will be charted: for at have tried them:.
.
. ll.e rate of :e cents a line. destruction of constitutional rights. ... t Dr :Melville F. Coolbaugh l J. H. COSTAR. Ag..t.d
Notices\ for entertainments by ehurche from whlck Dellaht.Coefctall
S a revenue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. No bit of liberty that is given up by a caps BftvtlUa lnppi> Juice
1 The CltU Is forum and invites discus
-n an open
.,...' of pLl,iic issues and subjects of local or general people as bureaucracy encroaches on in- Juice 1 cap of tomato a lemon rube I I VIII.4rlll i l4
i d. rot but it will not l'utlIl1bOlD'mous communi.
.. dividual Mix the pineapple juice and tomato
'I n rights, is ever regained except by ,juice with. the.lemon juice. Four Fruit Juices
pain and suffering.The chill and shake well before serving. I cups HkwalUn pineapple juice
Many an automobile driver takes his 1 cup tittlt peach Juice

last drive trying to save a few minutes problem of upholding constitutional 114 ClipS tutu Hawaiian Frappe a'/i Ubleipoon eup orange lemon Juice Juice Our Most Sensational Offer
time. rights, or defending personal liber- 1 pint water Mix and thoroughly chill the
a cup orange suite10uart fruit juices. Serve In glass cups on
ties and private property from the grasp- B-ftUaa plnetppU joins cracked Ice.

ing hand of politics, is not a partisan issues Boil sugar and water together for Honolulu FrAppeI
Add and
:Most\ reformers are satisfied with 5 minutes. orange juice I
it is a personal matter to citi- pineapple juice and cook,strain and I .- ficvtUftn pineapple Juke
themselves;..thatiiBjyrro: ) t oYJ rare '",such every freeze to a mash. Serve In sherbet I 'finely cm-bed ,Ice)
) zen. )lilt frappe glasses % full of
knock rs. glasses. crashed lea and pour over pineapple
SIl'iAQ Il j >; It makes no difference under what Bridge Cocktail I .. juice to fill glass garnishing with a I : %
; .. :3 cups Htv-iun pineapple Juice f, strawberry,..maraschino cherry, or : i.-
'o g r e.gh'f1n legislate rnJi iby, guise liberty and"private': enterprise are 4t cup orange Juice 'II mint leaves,' or a bit of crushed _
4 lemon juice '. .
eri .t1i l must -about ..destroyed;' ,',the' common people suffer and 1 cup teupooo-inter ale II; pineapple:Arrange glasses on small I / ij
or > a com
p osp' ! ; is :
3 tablespoons powdered luftrMix .qx plates and accompany: each with a I '
natur41Jy{'?ti' (!! t 1..M l I A ,' "' .. ;pay.''for ''the 'flriviledged. political class all ingredients and sweeten. teaspoons ,.. : ,
; Ith.af profits. to taste. Serve Ice cold with one Serve as first course at a lunch l1 :
maraschino cherry Iii class. eon or dinner.

The greatest asset in Key West is its Personal liberty is indeed a priceless ---- .

children. Why not give them proper con- I heritage which should never be willingly e.e..e..........eeele...i

sideration in planning a bigger and better i exchanged for a mess of political pottageand :
KEY WEST IN Today'sAnniversaries
that enter- I
Key West. patronage destroys private I '

prise. 'il cl,_. DAYS GONE BY

The Citizen has a roster of 25 peopleon Happenings Here Just 10 Year ...............a..eese .

i its payroll. County commissioners, city TOO MUCH WAR TALK Ago Today A* Taken From 1612-Samuel Butler, English 5 This Waldorf Range

councilmen and merchants generally The Files Of The CUisea poet, born. Died Sept. 25, 1680.

should keep this in mind. Curtailment of There is too much war talk these days,

revenue means reduction of quality of and too little reason for the talk. The At an adjourned meeting heldin 1770-Samuel Bell, New Hampshire You do not need to guess at the coat \ :
the county court house the lawyer, jurist governor and trically. You do not need take one's
whole world is suffering from the resultsof to any
:
your daily paper. board of county commissioners U..<>S. Senator, born at London- I
the last war and there is little prob- passed a resolution to call an :1 berry. N. II. Died Dec. 23, 1850. can find out definitely for yourself l without

Miami is again up to its old tricks of ability of another,great war in the near election on Thursday, March 12, I making a penny's investment. We will let

minimizing Key West as a desirable placeto future, despite all the conversation.A for the freeholders of the county 1817-Richard S. Ewell one in your own kitchen for three months 'without
to vote on the proposition to bond
hibernate even briefly. The Citizen world traveler and lecturer recently the county for $2,650,000 for the the leaders,Confederacy's born at Georgetown great military"'j). Whatever.

has complained of the Magic City's noxious declared in a brief radio address that the purpose of building roads and C. Died at Springfield, Tenh.; ,

and reprehensible custom time and again; people of Japan had no idea of makingwar bridges.by a The unanimous resolution: vote.was Of adopted the- Jan. 25* 1872. ,s' See as for complete

now Havana mute with Castilian courtesyfor I on us, but were actually fearful that money to be raised, $500,000will

sd long, i is j justly articulate l against this we wished to make war on them. This be used to construct a road- 1818-Austin Blair, Michigan's regarding this. pl an
Civil War ,
lecturer was apparently man, of observa- way along the shore front of Key governor congressman
censurable practice of Miami. a
West furnish born. at Caroline, N. Y. Died Ati5:
; $100,000 to a highway -
tion and sense-for common sense should through the holdings of the 6. 1894. .4L

It seems a condition of business life tell us that a people who would turn out Chevalier corporation in the fe THE KEV WEST ELECTRIC

that tHe business man must wade through by thousands to welcome and cheer a northern section of the county; ..t819-John Ruskin, Britain
$50.000 for the extension of the famed art critic and philosopher, A. F. AYALA. Sale Manager
mistakes in his advance to success; and In barnstorming American baseball team Ingraham highway to Cape Sable I whose sincere desire it was to pro-

many cases he seems to exhaust almost could hold no particular animosity to the and $2,000,000 for building the : mote the well-being of people "

every variety of experiment before he nation the team represented. roadway and bridges through the ; born. Died Jan. 20, 1900. .
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Florida Keys. When the resolutionwas -
reaches his Another observation is European nations may growl and .
goal.
William
1820 Sherman
adopted by the board the action Tecumseh "
( .
that it. seems impossible to learn from the threaten as much as they deem safe-but was greeted with cheers Union general of the Civil ,

mistakes of others, but he must experiencethem unless our bankers forget their lesson and which continued for five minutes.A War, third American General of \ -S. : I
the Army born ,at Lancaster
lend them another eleven billions of dollars
himself. Ohio. Died in New York Feb.
-they will lack the means of carryingon large fleet of fishing boats 14, 1891. 1\1REDUCED PRICES ON
left early this morning for the I _
The arrival last night of Steve Early, even a moderate bit of a war. Marquesas to troll for kingfish in 1828 Jules French

of the-"White House secretarial staff is the Despite the war talk the outlook is the waters in that vicinity tip to wonder-story- writer Verne born. Died

vanguard of high officialdom's march on for a long peace. a few days ago the fishermen had Match 24, 1905. GALVANIZED
been from two to three 'II
catching
Miami. Big Jim Farley will be down be- thousand pounds daily but veeringof for representation In 24" Wide, Per Yard ... .. ......... 21 c 24" Wide, beet"H

fore the season ages and President Roose- SALES TAXES NOT ECONOMICAL the wind to the southeast prac- portionment the next legislature. 26" Wide, Per Yard .............._. 23c 26" Wide,

velt himself is due late in March to dedi- tically put an end to the trolling. I 28" Wide, Per Yard ................ 24c 28" Wide,.

cate a' a national4kjnqn5bfent: Old Fort Jef- Sales taxes are the easiest to collectPolYficaY Indications are that the fish will I ,Editorial Comment; : In the old 30" Wide, Per Yard .. .............. 26c 30" Wide,
| remain in these waters for some '
feroirpn: Dry 'TofttigAS cTr,Key "vVest.:...;* l \ ''administrators will find them time and with the chances of them days coavr the 4tionalist.barber had With to women be a good enterhigj -i. 32" Wide_ Per Yard.... ",*: ,;,.?. 28c 36" Wide, .. : '

and irrcidentally tioolt Ifi&'the brg 'uns rolling in from the consuming public. The coming nearer to the island,_the He{ shops to have their hair 34" WjdePer Yard-:.. ..J ..-* 29c. 42' Wide, 1 ) ;

of the;Gulf !stream"-" Miamf"5aily: I{ews.The -suggested initial tax of 2 per cent will who promise live of by great the 'work fishing, and for those those bobbed ''the tonsorial must be-.a I& 36" *.dePer'YarcE: }........t.I ..... 30c' 48", Wide, ,. P- ; : [
liMener. < J. : .. :
1' .__ : .L.'.. .. \41(} : U'1 lome ht. sp,easily and will l! solve municipal who love the sport is about'"tab good.r. t.l It I- --- : ,

general consenquspfAp$>n fin* .*Ciifinial i problems so snioolhljT!!! thaVjjffuxpenditur realized. t ,Fe ers: of Troop 1, BoyS I CLOTHES f,. >BASKETS' : Wflh[ cover. : HIGH GAAi> ; "

Washington about ,th a Xr W'J4J J JZofa is .of public money 'will'lake' an qutOf America are planning
;?! < "enormous Jump.Politicians J. K. Watkins;:ofKey West hlka'for.Friday night. The boys A neresrity"irereTy home: :,Very 'STOVES.,. :
that defeat due to lack of confidencein I \ y r a'
was a
has been appointeJas 'census will meet kt'the home of Miss
neat, trimmed. in'red and green. with nichr
the European nations. The senators I will find the way clear to enumerator for the of Lena Johnson and leave at 7
county
Small. . .. ... ....... ........ $1.00 in
were afraid to trust the deft-defaulters I increase appropriations to build up poli- Monroe for the Fifth Census of oclock.A ,
Florida under the constitution,I I Medium ... 1.25 switch.
and the Senate action is a rebuke to those tical machines, to fill the pork barrels-
and will begin his work about committee from the Key Large .. .. .., .. ,.... ,1.60 Each ,. .. ..
nations that have scrapped treaties, built with increases of 1 per cent in a sales tax February 15. It is proposed to West Fire Department will begin S

up their armies and navies and shown a bringing in a 50 per cent increase in tax make this census the most com soliciting funds this week from
plete and reliable ever compiled the various business places. The I
general l disregard towards matters that ef- receipts.The. the importance being very appar- fund will be used for financingthe I.I I.
fect the peace of the world. The two old man in the street will find him- ent when it is considered that it department' tournament proposed "Genuine Masonite Tempered

parties split thereby showing that there is self paying all the bills and at the same will be taken as a basis of reap-J 1 I for the near future.

not much political significance in the re time creating and supporting political com- ... WHERE A HARD SMOOTH FINISH ,IS I,

sult. binations that will keep his nose to the tax CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDiTION OF I FLOORS. WILL STAND THE WEAR

grindstone with little hope of escape. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK VERY ATTRACTIVE

Announcement from Washington yes- The enormous sums collected as the OF kEY WEST jas ,

terday that the bureau of immigration has result of the direct sales tax will mean a at the dole of. business December 31. 1934, 1-8" Thickness in sheets of 4'x12', per I

ucceeded in breaking up a gang of alien slackening of the present day tax pressureon ,C ..trolJ.r'. Cell square feet -.---...--_ .......---

smugglers between Cuba and the keys has great wealth-which is in all prob- RESOURCES ; ,l '
Loans and Investments $ 305,639.43. .. .3-1G"(; *" Thickness in sheets of4 x12', per

an interesting background of cooperationby ability what the propagandists desire, Overdrafts ..--- r 71.61 t' square* feet ...?.-.-.-..-...-.......................-.....
Cuban officials. F. T. 'F. Dumont until Banking House Furniture .<.a '
and Fixtures '"._:.._., :. 33,082.33
recently U. S. consul general of Cuba, was A MOUSE IN BUSINESS'" ., Bonds of States and Pos- I'C SHEETS, WILL BE CUT IN EVEN FEET FROM
sessions of the United 1.. .
here to testify against of < '
yesterday one the . '
: Stags ....LS-_.. : 139370.68
leaders of the gang. lIe revealed the The exploits of 'Mickey Mouse 'n'.the Other Bonds and Securities 14.204.03 h

story.; Cuban justice began to move in screen are well known but few people are Stock serve of Bank the Federal Re-. 6.000.011 IF YOU ARE I INTERESTED IN PAINTING 'YOUR

earnest against the smugglers only when aware that his business affairs, other than Tempura Deposit USE "ZILO"
Insurance
Fulgencio Batista, Cuba's dictating ex- celluloid require offices in NeW' York, fund 1.95',01
United States Government 1 CALL US FOR INFORMATION
sergeant, }heard they were bringing in Chicago Toronto, London, Paris, Lisbon Obligations di.reet I

arms on their return trips. This was the Madrid, Milan and Sydney Australia. .and fully guaranteed . -$832.1.4..73. i7 _

spur which drove him to cleave through More than sixty concerns have been Cash and due from Banks 495,168.91 1.321,913.10 I I

graft-ridden courts and put some of the licensed to reproduce him in book form, $1.888.235.19 t i Sooth Fl. &: F.

leaders to death. The alternative, taken on package covers and on toys! LIABILITIES.
'
by ,the smuggler in court here yesterday, Let it be noted however that Capital.. $ 100000.00 Pbcme 598 .,.

was to board a ferry for Key West and Mickey's guardians are_ a efulJt t h e_ Surplus and Undivided Profits ,_.._. .-.-. I 100 65007.42.OOOOA 111 H1CireulatioD "Your l home is worthy of the ..

entrust his fate to U. S. immigration of-I lends his name and likeness to nothing up- Deposits 1.633.228.3

ficers.--Miami Daily News. on which mothers may frown. ., ,. : .; ,:. .. It' : 1888235.7 iJI I j, W.l.i.l.lIII .I'I.lII. II.I'.I'.k..JJ..






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: I* order to forer3Josea of changing! weather to roll darklyup ATBAYVIEWPARKGREAT PERSONALS EMPLOYMENT WANTED
.called El Geed la J/ejiro.' .
I. pee rite Mexico teitk Aim. Mateo on the edge ot the world.
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I:,'<. 17 flart to run Aim fort of tk. lie turned almost expectantly towards - ULCER GAS PAINS, TYPIST-Young man desires
i11Nteoa truint. JfenMna to \ '
helpA AND
INDIGESTION victim
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I ;n rtenrrr tie emerald crow,* 01tllI. a sudden rattle of hoofs that INTEREST CENTERSIN part or full time employment.
<>wr ,." aroma bv (&. governor" beat on the lower trail and then PROPOSED CONTEST why suffer For quick relief 613 Margaret street.
r f hit frotlvee. Utattana. afterrar'oM ; get a free sample of Udga
postponement, flint t9nrrrj revealed a rider on a sweating mus- feb8-9-H-13-15-18-20x
: BOTH TEAMS IN BEST OF
Kutk Lavtrjj.daughter of aentky tang. It was a young fellow with a Tablets a doctor's prescription,
'father- after roach*Montana owner.- lift brett Ruth'Ala. look of anxiety, as though wild Indians SHAPE FOR FRACAS at Gardner's Pharmacy. FOR SALE
fr"m't' not to Title the wild mare. might be behind him. He DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS BASKETBALLAT feb6-7-8-II-I2-3-I8-19-20-25-- '
Sail?,hat no fait .* kit protpectlre i
fOM'fo-taio._ threw himself out of the saddle and I (By JOVE) 27x TYPEWRITING PAPER 500

ran to Lavery. ': ,::1 ffl'GYMtONIGHT Tonight, the,Busy Bees and the LOST ehceta, 75c. The Artman Press
Chapter SevenWEDDING "D'yon know what's happenedi"he (By GRAVY) i: .' L Lopez Funeral Home ten will I II augJ

DAY gasped.; "Jack Lascar-that yal- I The tournament at the local thews beat; Russell Kerr two .up. S' 1 IUI' clash on the,diamond ball grounds LOST-Pocket book between.

SOUXDAY: morning on the Lavery ler-faced feller called Lascar that golf course is getting down to the But Fred :must have'smelled hamburgers HIGH SCHOOLiOUTFiT "TO I at Bayview Park. 'I Kress and Appelrouth's, containing MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500
O ranch showed up In town the other day-: semifinalsThe results of the .. The contest promises to be and articles I
found the Montana Kid because r one glasses various sheets $1.25. The Artman
he's gone and nailed a notice on the on No. 8 and No. 9 -
moving about In his room with a front matches up to Wednesday were as MEET POrkE. DE LEONAGGREGATION of the best games of the season, besides some money Owner Press, Citizen Building.
bulletin-board in of the post- he and Sam Goldsmith' were
slight limp but whistling at the office. I've copied it down!" follows: Spottswood and Willie and both clubs are going out to particularly desires return of jun27tf
work of incasing his long Kemp drew' Salas playing neck and neck until No. both will with
body and byes. won by default win and fight bloodin glasses. Finder may retain ev-
He pulled out a piece ot paper ..,, ,_. .. ,
his strong shoulders In white shirt as also did Budd. "Papa" 8 came around when Jones with I their eyes and a dagger between erything else as a reward. Ad- -' -- -< -
and read aloud. Half the, words
and collar. in socks of black silk and half Kerr defeated "Handsome Hor his advantage of a stroke, tied the Key' West: High School basketball their to th. dress B. R. V., care of Citizen.
were a gasping whisper
'and last. In a fine blue-black serge at were almost shouted. ace" O'Bryant one, up but as remarked hole which, gave him a win and team will play its seventh All of which means that not an. feb6.3txMISCELLANEOUS

( Everybody notice that want to: before the professor says then proceeded to halve No. 9 game of the season tonight in the inch of ground ,will be given by
Even .. he knotted his necktieon Me. that i* Jack Lascar, la going he was busy thinking about other where he,had another stroke as a j: gymnasium. Opposed will be the either team.. Much interest among MEWRITINGPAPER

his wedding day he kept flexing the to street land In oat front in of the III middle Baileys of things than golf. Then Freddie gift. The final results showing Ponce de Leon team. fans has been created and a large I.

,hls feet a title in the softness ot his blacksmith shop at ten-thirty this Mathews (ex-greenskeeper) Defeated -[Jones 6ne up. Cookie Mesa went The visitors arrived in Key West I crowd is expected to attend. CASH PAID for used furniture.
fine calf boots because same morning and wait for the low I 1013 Southard
he
could yaller bound by name of Montana Capt. Curry Harris four{(out early and finished up Li this afternoon and are ready to There will be three umpires at street.janl'
I 1.1mox
not tell what
him before this guns day might ended.look at KM.It he don't chow up then and up. Wimpy Jones and Sammie' Plummer to the tune of four up. give the locals a battle for which the game. Natty Saunders will be
was It
was what he most disliked-an there you all know what kind of Goldsmith drew byes and "Mump- (What I want to know is how they have excellent material and behind the plate, J. Lopez will umpire BICYCLESWE
advertised
skunk ha
appearance: : ; and there a Is.JACK LASCAR. y" Strunk did likewise. Melvin some of them finish with three!1,in good condition. at first and second bases and 75c

were plenty ot men In the world Russell: defeated Charlie :Ketchumyesterday or four up.) i|i Richards, scoring ace of the Maximo Gonzalez will be at third RENT by the Hour Day or

who might want to take advantage "1TTAIT a moment," exclaimed afternoon by_ the score 1!I Cavaliers and captain of his team, base.The Week. Repair all makes and

of it. Lavery. "Where's the sheriff I of one up. .(A.good match
i He wtfuld need three pairs of What does he mean by permitting sometimes they were in trouble) of the fellows are going to have It I ['lonchs,' it w believed, as will also will probably be as follows I I carry.,a full supply of parts.Agen't .

'with ch to keep on guard eyes this open challenges In a place like Ben- Cookie Mesa and "Curlylocks" a little easier on No. 3 and No. 7.I be [iWalker and Anderson, classy Busy Bees-Lucilo, 2b; M. Ace- for the Roll fast Bicyclesand GOOD. QUALITY BOND

day; b l that was what he had needed tonvfllef"s ___ r Josie! Lopez ,both were bye. "Li" because the bunkers in front "of "drwards. vedo, c{ fL Albury 3b; A. Acevedo sell them as low as $1.00
a great part of his life and perhaps The pherUTs out of"town." said, I Plummer beat "Pirate" Morgan! the tee on No. 3 are being moved r.J t However, if the Conchs\offense ss; J. Roberts, rf; Carbonell> per: week. J.;L. Stowers Mnsle PAPER

it'was why be was whistling- Eave the messenger. "Some of the lnoia 3 and 2.. Delmar JJutler put' and they are going to plant\ ,'grand 'y 1' Tick' jas it did in fhe ,last game Pena, Ib; Gopher Gonzalez, ,If; Company.. janl8-lmo
sent for
be
himj leusW to 4J
now. < "Hello" Pittman away 3 and :2. move the ;fairways nearer' W }iere! acainst Lake Worth, the local Castro, sf: Higgs cf: C. Gates p. FEMALE, HELP-SALESLADIES J' -THE.-

Ills stay f on the Layery:ranch had Ir % OI Then Luis Cruickshank beat Sam cause it is said that the ladiesiBixL boys.> ;bpect to keep on the long Subs. H. Gates,' Elbertson, Delaney :

been k quiet"back-water:& pause i "" mie Harnr-four up and Lewis a few sissies were having,trouble '*nd-4f cthfr)score. l and R. Bethel; Brantley, SPECIAL; EMPLOYMENT for ARTMANPRESSCitizen

In the burry of the cal'1"eDHhat-'lrar" Pierce walked away with the navigating the hole. On No. 7 they Line-up of the teams: manager. married wpmen.. $15 weekly '

headed towards some wild and unknown honors against Willie Watkins by I are going to move the middle Ponce de Leon--Walker,.f; An Lopez-Machin, rf; Baker and your-own dresses FREE

sea. Now that he was the score of three up. bunker because you can't see the derson, f; Richards, c; Troup, g; ss; Kerr If; Cates, 3b; Sterling,I representing nationally known Bldg.PHONE :.
dressed he looked quizzically atf 1 green and,when an ordinary east- Cow, g.Key Ib; Ubieta, 2b; McCarthy, cf; In- Fashion Frocks. No canvassing.No .I

the brown face In the mirror and !' Yesterday afternoon saw some I erly breeze is doing its good work I II West-Smith, f; Woodson, graham, e; Hale; sf; A. Lunn, p. investment. Send dress size. 51RELIABLE

found that the blue-bright eyes were of the closer results and correspondingly you have to hit an excellent drive ft'; Rosam, c; Anderson, g; Car Subs, Sweeting, Arias and Saw-: Fashion Frocks, Dept. S-597I:
alert for danger rather than for hap- df4iix\ t better play. "Champ" to clear it. Otherwise you are I bonell, g. yer; Charles Lunn, manager. Cincinnati Ohio. feb8-lU, >!'
piness. I I
Bobby Spottswood laid away Wil I trapped which is against all laws 1.
Cray-beaded Ransome. the foreman i *- I lie Kemp 4 and 3. Freddie Mat\ of the fair play during the game. '
poured tight and helpless into Cllilllilll llli".4TLlllllll .l".IJ"II'II >
Sunday .clothes, smoked J ,
a clgaret --- --- -
and watched his friend. "It'll be a

great"A long day.day.said Ransome.corrected the Kid. .
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"Any bozo might think" suggested -

Ransome. "that you was n't r FIRMS!


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rye. way ,, Jewel.
back by about ten.thirty. But I it bottle Rye Crotons, each _________ 2Sc ., :
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to today.
thought that prove try a i- ._ ... 2Sc Watch ,and .JewelryDISTRIBUTED' BY-
you might want to :h+ Turks Cap each .. .._ .
know=' 1llr +'' ''
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% Roses dozen, ,_ ... $1.20 Our Ready-to-Serve Cake Repairing TRUJILLO BROTHERS
"Get off the ranch! cried Lav- r .
"Don't let Montana Sand Pastries ar. always fr..1. : :
ery. see
-Iht{ r luxgonna If he should find out-" you. South Florida NurseryPhone : FRANK JOHNSON : WHOLESALE GROCERY fcSELECT
PENN-MARYLAND CORPORATION AiVN ./ Nad .aI D..w.e. Maloney & Peacock .
lie found that the rounded eyes E..n"iv* OpkrN. Y. 0 Catherine D..lo sad Thomas
of the messenger were peering 897 St. : PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel BId;. : Street.

stop out with a beauty that" straight past him and turning RIch '.- -. .. ".. .. ..... .. .... .mm..m... .. :;
Lad a (:ou1I.<4 millions to float her. = I ,. ..
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ard Lavery saw Montana standIng -- w' rr-- k: : SEA FOODS : .
"MisLt any boto think thatr In the open door of the house. PLUMBING I e HAPPY DAYS- .ARE HERE-

murmured Montana. Above the white of the stiff collar JewfUh.; 2 Ib.. "..-....-....... 35 : INSURANCE' :
"Any bozo might think," went on his face looked browner and -
younger
The Never-Tiring % Steak Ib __ 35 *
Yellowtail 2 :. .
Ransome, heavily frowning, "that than ever. Montana was rolling ,
you didn't gave: mach of a damn a cigaret. letting his fingers see GUARDIAN SYellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib*. 25e : Office: 319 nUT.i 1 Sttrat i :

about one o* the prettiest girls In their own way while he said: 2 lb.. 2Sc DURO PUMPS :
the world. "You ride back and tell Jack Lascar : S
t-n11 of your Snapper, 2 Ib*. 25 PLuMBI a -
that It's a littla Iate for me to SUPPLIES :'' .
T 8;+,SID. (instead: of answering: !et* his. message, tint I'm coming HEALTH" In'Mutton".., Fish,. 2 Ib*. 25e .fI .1.EPhONE. .... >.. ..Pf ci. _i '

looked aP'ftensomo' with cj-vs 'down! there as'fast-eia: a good'tiorse ., .. .. 'llarfe Select Ort.r* : PHONE 348 ,,+: : ,/
that: 1 lm:>p I lbccoma: the color ol slats; ,ill fake We-' TeU)ljn that,x'll-fin Ii I 19: 'i "' "
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Your MaaU
; : Try
JH ESH SHRIMP : : At
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then U& Ie ked up that pair ot Colts lab the Job I left half done a while THE ICE MAN t } ; .a '' : ,

with IMj extra tong barrels-ami keck,"- _ _. . .. .f 1 lCia ish Mackerel ': .d!' 4'.. .... /, i. : Dtlmoiuco RestaurantSx S
madrQiem disappear Inside his lie scratched the match touched == '
= PORMJUIENCOMPANY
Who appears like clockr PROMPTELtviJtv !
clothelth3o1dt(I A.X thUii lf). UKiSUme'to'tha( crimped end of,ta* I ='-i" = I t ff. work day of the, i EE :- : JOHN C. PARK" : : Blidwtili.r'' '''-----; ho t:
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every year ,
easy tQI ores which! thcieje.: could wheat-straw paper, and took In,a - .
= = load of :healthla t ,IoWHISH>: COMPANY : : ( Co.... ''Dfaaar" .
not fotibk' very relL After that he good, deep breath ot the smok .'nls.1; with a pure --- --k

went>> to 'Ransome""and laid a light eyes had an absent look, as thoughhe -,,,,, ;t protection? "l PHONE 15i : 328 SIMONTON 'ST. : : ........... 1Ge.'1Sc. aad '85a \

touch"Old on Ransome his shoulder.! he said. swer.were But considering the messenger a further jerked his an- YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course, ......a......-............. ..................... .. ...............................................


said"Yeah the foreman.old Ransome"What be about damned old," ,,head to his in pony.understanding It was something and ran worth back He never has to be defrosted. ,He never thumpsor .OYSTERS' '. AARON .MCONNELL: !5 IT WILL SURPRISE YOU 2: AHention Housewives! I

Montana. I'm asking" remembering during a life to be the whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents. SERVED ANY STYLE S S36 Fle-ln, Street _
connecting link between a Jack Lascar :To see the PRE T'tY> .GIFTS
Many other things were going on \ and NOVELTIES at .
at the same time about the big Lav.I and a Montana. Extra large elect_ quart 75c e )) I. I . !: We are now offering 3
cry house There Ruth Lavery When Montana got Into the saddle CALL NO. ,8 Standard, quart .. : J :
was ,
and jogged around the corner of the STEAKS70c? .. n. THOMPSON FREE : grades of
in her room, being draped in films
barn he saw that he would have to NICE, JUICY Watch i MARINE :: .
of bite. She : MUSEUM
smiled deal
good
a fare all the music in one great FOR PURE ICE Doctor : AMERICAN COFFEE .
until the girl: who was the best of S Oyster Sandwiches I0e *

her friends Bald to her. suddenly burst. Filet SaadwicLe. ... "_...,_ 10c fla; 't! 324 Margaret ,S treat J
For the veranda stood the ..
on as- S Things that friend will .
whispering! your
: "Ruth are you smiling Other
became you're happy, or just to sembled family down to the one- I._, :All Sandwiches S WATCHMAKER, JEWELEA *.appreciate. Come in and lee.* -at- ..:
Usced cook with shimmer of
a
please me?" Hot Souse Every them. :
white for Ruth Lavery in the centerof REFRIGERATORS Saturday AND ENGRAVER : 2Sc 20c and 15e Ib.
"I'm happy of ," answered Your next Lobster Crab Dta ,
course the group, and her father tall SWELLS''' "" See Him For Your Next Work : :
Ruth Larcry. "But I'm frightened. and straight and forbidding beside .. :LUNCH ROM nor win be much more deliciooa

Something is going to happen!" htr .r 00'SoutLarci Street : ALL PRicES, REDUCED. :;If.It is baked and served in our : _STAR' COFFEE Z5I

And la front of that house Rich Montana rode straight up to them I MICE ade of All Metal-Equipped With ))1 PHONE Z01-W : Heura .9 10 12-1 to .0 Clant Scallop or Heart Sea :'512

ard Luerysenlor was walking restlessly and pulled off his hat. .1' .. .Shells.. Greene St. Phone '

.,p and down up and down (Copyright mi, Darper 4 Bro'''",.) WATER COOLERSThey're I ......tii..- .-.:.....' ...:... ...Op.a....!.Saturday........lIisl.! ....ts./.. . .. .
scanning the horizon from time to : e........................o......................
Montana rider,tomorrow,to meet

time as though he expected a sign ,- his challenger. -- --. Economical! 100 Per Cent DINE. 'AT:THE J Birds . AninuJ. Fish ; PRITCHARD i ) : SERVE THE POPULAR fc


....................... a soldier in the ranks of the English Refrigeration Satisfaction PLAZA'RESTAURANT e: MOUNTED !' o.ESsERT.
FUNERAL .
I HOME

.Today..In History: .1 1910-Boy army, aged Scouts 69. of America Priced at I f 1'0. are accoitomed todiniar CECIL. ,. GKAYTAXIDERMIST. . .,- : Royal P.-lce Creaa

incorporated in Washington D. C. ,at, borne, you will fiad Digalft.tl $y.patb ti. :' .w Nevllla.

1587-Beheaded-Mary, Queenof $30 and $35 THE PLAZA.a sever and e. : Coarteq \
Scots (Mary Stuart), aged 1916-German and Turkishconsuls joyahle a* .' : BARBECUES of all 'kh.d.BREAKFAST ;
uperieace.
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44 with 30 others indicted by Fine Work At a Reason : : '

San Francisco grand jury for al EASY TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's r able. PricePHONE ::. .LICENSED EMBALKE5l : DaBcIow Toated Saa..hrlcl>..

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leged conspiracy.BENJAMIN l k
1C93-Charter granted for the f cOLDU'
LUNCHEON :
College of William and LOPEZ ............... '' 20 :.' Aa t : .
Mary, Virginia :; -- - d.
with the Rev. James Blair FUNERAL HOMEE.tablibed j SUPPER "_\r.. w. : BOBS BARBECUE'PLAZA &
J" : 801 Fleming Street :L LADY ATTENDAh'ry _
first.president "during his natu'r J Jlife" 49 Tsars Ice Company inc. REST AUKAn,1.-1 :I :i : MIte at N.wt.. Straet

Key West's Oldest24HoMr 505 Oral Street : gym H... ss :' ciuh's.wie.
I AmbiUvc S.rrlc. KEY WEST. FLA. : a4e ,

192-Died in Lonlon, Hannah Uc.... Embatm.rPbeae '.->: : r. "-- ,i e.:, a 8 .t ,a- .. J ;
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THE KEY WEST.CmzEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .8; 1935.

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b..S.S...SiSS.SS SS SSS SS 51555 SI SI SI SI 511155 OVER-SEA HOTEL STATE AUDITOR HUB FEATURES

PERSONAL MEfl1ONSIISSSSSSSII.anSSIISSIl

:-: SOCIETY x: : CHANGES HANDSOPENED RETURNS HOME VARIOUS LINES

II. S. McClanahan, of the state -

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress plant board, who was attending
LAST NIGHT UNDER meetings of the organization in C. W. Goodjohn, :assistant state' In an advertisement in today'sissue

'PHONE 752-J MANAGEMENT OF LEOF. Miami, returned yesterday. auditor, met with justices of the I The Hub Store features nationally -

51111515115555555551S55551.SISSIIIIISIISIIISISSII peace of Monroe county in the advertised merchandise in

HUGHES Avery Johnson, artist with the court house yesterday afternoon the men's department of every

Elaborate Program For Florida Emergency Relief Administration for,..the pugosef giving in tIlc-1 type, of men's wearpig apparel.
returned
in
Key' WjesJ. iirthe"preparation, of.reco'rasof Hart *Schaffner ,,& Marx Suitsin
Announcement isma] today yesterday by Ianfrofn Miami. '
Cabaret Show < e the sevetaroffices. ; I the latest stj les are now on dis
Tonight .
of the opening last )hight of the -'I' , i'( / Ih
Over-Sea Ugtel :at {919 Fleming! : Arthur Serra, qneof the larg- : Mr.-Goodjohn visited the other play. Also the well known Nunn-

The will-be Dance: Cynthia Pearlman Norma street undiewdangemt. est. planters .of, ;pineapples in I offkesjin.the_morning and corn- Bush shoe is carried exclusivelyat :
following
program '
presented at the Cabaret Show to Garcia and Theresa Sullivan. Leo pushes, thema&ager of,! Cuba, was a viSito'r"i Key West: pted'thifing;? of installing! The Ho *$&&

take place tonight, beginning at Chorus: Pauline Phelan, Shirley the hostler ,' is Connected' with it yesterday and leflL'b, ;; [plane in the' new systems! keeping' records In the ladies department of this
afternoon for Miamif
8:30 o'clock, at the Coral Isle Velasco, Faye Adams, Carol Curtis chain of hp&ls in other''parts of '.presenting claims for remuneration store, there can'w be seen the
the United "States and is well i
Casino here, staged and directedby Beatrice Spence Maudie Lowe Attorney Raymond'(Lord left season's newest styles in dresses.
New Helen Russell Xenia Hoff, Ro- known to the traveling public. I
Mrs. Lillian Connally, of ,
York City, and held under the malda Johnson, Moraimi Ocha: The hotel has been completely! yesterday afternoon for a short His work was concluded yesterday shoes, hat and other ladies' goods.A .

sponsorship; of the Key West Woman' Consuelo Carmona, Betty Curtis, renovated painted throughout and I business visit at Tavernier. afternoon and he left over
Solito Cobo. is one of the most attractive placesin I Tal-! group of scientists are pre-
Club. Leodawn Jerguson, in the highway this morning for
S. the city. Last night with all Charles Albury, who was paring to penetrate the only unexplored -
This program, with a possiblefew business ahassee.
Key West for a short
lights on it presented an excep- section in the United
minor changes to be announced Dancing. S. S tionally attractive appearance.Mr. visit, left yesterday for his homein (' States, on the Arizona-Utah bor-
from the floor,.is as follows:
No. 1. Opening Chorus: Theresa No. 1. "The Merry Widow". Hughes assures patrons the! Tavernier. Courts May Not Hear 1 t '

Sullivan and chorus consistingof Sung by Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz. best of service. I II I Raymond Maloney left yesterday Last Of Hauptmann

Ann Kennedy, Eloise Guito, Dancers: Mrs. John Dorman, Lieutenant .ISIISI................. afternoon for his home at Case For Some Time der.TnedicatecLf
Marguerite Page Mary Ocha, Robert Kruegar, Mrs. Ber- Tavernier after a short business
PEOPLE'S FORUMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer HIGH ABOVE TOE MURK
DeWitt Mrs. Robert Kruegar
Dorothy Bean, Edith McCann. nard visit in Key West. (Continued from Page One)
Pauline Phelan. Theresa Falk, Lieutenant Bainbridge, Town- evidence, lawyers point out, appeals -
Leona Lone Florence Crusoe I rend Smith, Dorothy Cleare, Cur- PRAISES KEY WEST'SHEALTHFUL State Senator Arthur Gomez, usually are taken. The legal VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form
Anita Salgado, Mary June Cru- ry Harris Rita Pinder, George CLIMATE Miami for business
who was in a process of appeal is applicationfor OF RECENT BUSINESS DEPRESSIONS
soe, Doris Burchell, Elsie Zatyko.N. Babcock, Doris Burchell and Julio visit of several days, returned a stay of execution and serviCDftice VICKS( UGHQROPJA .
2. Song: Nell Rose Xn3btJJosepbtLoez. Lacedonia. 4, Editor:Th'e Citizen: jesterday. 74.1-. of appeal at the time I f.nl r ,. 01 It"..,.
fQ . r ., . .No.' .,2. ".3L l4uisBlues": ,At\ piftfcenrt\ feel it my :- ''I 1,itll I IGonzalorBezanilla sentence is pronounced. : ic: [ RE'.Ar Cs ..,' Ir' '
G' t
t '3:: 'PeaanI' neJ: rroj} j 1,1rs.1Vm VdAnandnd" Ch) us. duty t6'express appreciation for ";manager of I /-Appeal: may betaken on legal 1: kc'E': ,I 1" .:. ,.[ O' l S"IA 1 f.1'1t! II'''........
ence Sawyer. _I No. 3. "The Kiss": Mrs. Paul the derfuf- "Theater ret 'fbfL es. '- "' H' ., ....
wo opportunity to regain''health the Palace.. ! i ounds only either on specific4ortigivaof <<" !; 't.. lOU.
NO. 4. Flash: Lieutenant and, Vecker and Avery Johnson.M"No. : that: Key'1 West offers. terday f,?..- s.buSifl'ifl I the record or on the John Wayne'; in ] '
Mrs.- ,Robert Krueger and Curry, 4. 'Flirtation W al k". 'A'Since coming i to' Key West Miami. .* H ;cord as a whole. This would be STARACKERSerial r'CATCHING! : THE. .FIRST fth pf: t W1q ;t t

Harris.' !. I Sang" by Mrs."" Arthur iBrown, from New York sii!'weeks ago, a '-JI'r, i1( i rgBdt!before the New Jersey ai4f Short Reel PreritYthl.'COIttpaftT I. In a pcs4on! ; paaIosd&WdiJikI t! Otl ,
No.: 5. "You're 'The Top"*: Joseph'Lopez; and'Cb ru ,((; 'N8ist- victim' {of pneumonia, I.have gain- E. P. Johnson, first tJ court of errors and appeals. In a I 10.'ISc J pr 1irbrd. 'sAt dYI:. p Ueof.! L.J' _
)[r&:.- Paul 'VecLer.' Chorus': Cynthia I jag of Douglas',;MeArtfmr.i Raymond ed'over' pounds!'and lost a terrible keeper at Sombrero lighlffrtinldyesterday 1'case of the importance of the ( Matinee: ; Nigfct::. 10-20c. las quietened/lrSoon aflb'tlihseu, will be throbbing to the

Pearlman. 'Norma'Carela' ; Lazcanoj Frank Alvarez, cough. This improvement has for his regular quarter. I lauptmann' case, the court probably new tern'po.KNow: is the time to buy a lot, to build, to ex
Theresa Sullivan. Ann Kennedy.1 Everett Perpall, Curtis Stanton, been due almost entirely to. South ly vacation with his family.; would hear the appeal at a pand. This realty company stands ready to aid you
Dance: Gerald Pinder. I Isidore Rodriguez. Marco Mesa, Beach and the advice and assist special sitting at most within a VALENTINE DINNER
S. Woodrow Delio Cruz Mrs. A. R. superintendent of Ideal for Apartment Home A REAL BARGAIN-Water
I Albury ance of a gentleman who wouldbe MilIe!> few weeks of the filing of the record Spot I .
Dancing. I Will Norman. Alice Jones, Mar- an asset to any community. the P. and O. S. S. company, lef( Large said. DANCEFEBRUARY Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet I front property on Key. Largo 'atTavernier.

5. I tha Carbonell, Ercilia Falcon, William Mene dez. "the unofficial yesterday afternoon for Miami This court has the privilege of Fronting Hotel Casa 150 feet fronting Al.I .
No.1. Introducing: Mrs. Will: Alice Jane Lowe, Florence Crusoe, guardian" of South Beach for a visit with officers of the reversing the verdict, remanding!I Southern and Eastern MariDa'1 lantic Ocean, extending back, to
Norman, Mrs. Lillian Goehring, Juanita Mayg. Camille Pierce, aided me greatly as well as the Steamship Florida, plying between for new trial or sustaining the con- -0- Don't miss this; it le a I
Margaret Goshorn. Piano: Mr. Barbara Carey.No. many other convalescents he has Miami and Havana.B. viction. 14 Listing No. 73. I Overseas ,Highway; distance 525

Norman.No. 5. Mrs. W. T. Bainbridgewith assisted to regain their health And there are several instances i NONE BETTER Entire block l feet, fronting road front OversetsHighway
2. "T h e Continental".I Mr. Jansen at the piano. during the many years he has M. Duncan, engineer in in New Jersey records "showing -0- Yacht Basin- North I to water. This Is part .fan

Sung'bv Mrs.\ Paul Vecker. Danced -!'I I No. 6. "Winter Wonderland".I been on the beach. A convalescent charge of all activities in Monroe that the court of pardons. composed -'I Dinner 7-8 Beach fronting, size 148 feet, 6 on in by Marjorie Frow and Gerald : Sung by Mary Eleanor Boyd and himself, he set about to bring the county for the FERA. and W. W. of the governor and six'lay; Dancing 9-12 150 feet. This would be ideal spot $1,200 takes it. Act quick. Listing -
Pinder. Chorus: Mary\ Eleanor Warren Hill.!! Skaters: Julia Jones health-giving possibilities of the :Easley, bridge engineer in charge judges of the court of errors and
for home Apartment .
I No.
or 40.Impro..d
Boyd, Frank Alvarez. Alberta El-I I and Curtis Stanton. Chorus: Pauline beach to the public's eye.I 'of the local office, left yesterdayfor appeals has commuted death .sentences I CASA MARINA House private. Investigate while the

wobd, Charles Smith, Leodawn Phelan, :Margaret Goshorn. wish to take this opportunityto Matecumbe.Wm. to life imprisonment. I is right. Lilting No. 132. property Angela
J erguson. Paul Mesa. Barbara i I'Louisa Delaney, Eloise Guito. Vil-! thank Mr. Menendez. :,I $2.00 PER PERSON price street, next to 'corner of Duvii.

Carey. Marco :Meca, Norma 'Garcia -,,ma Alfonso. Alberta Elwood. Anita I would also like to offer one R. Porter, president of the BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING . Beautiful located home on North i street Size 99 by 94, 8 incae.
Isidore Rodriguez. 1 j Sal ado. Edith McCann. Maudie or two suggestions in regard to First National Bank, left by plane WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. Beach, fronting Yacht Basin. Improvement on this property
No. 3. "I'll Follow My Secret!,i Lowe, Anita Berkowitz, Mary the work now being done on the yesterday afternoon for Miami to PHONE 1S2-M. dec20' Grounds cover half block, with consists of two one-story frame
Heart" Sung by Mrs. Arthur' June Crusoe. Helen Russell. beach. I believe it imperative in attend a meeting of the Committee -THE- large two-story home. Property buildings, one used for Business,

Brown. Danced by Mrs. Lillian t SI. view of the number of cars now. of One Hundred last night. Is This Too Good .;, CENTRAL MARKET fronts oa three streets and is offered I and the other for dwelling. $1.600
Goehring and Curry Harris. | Dancing. parked on the beach road to build for half its actual value. take it. Term may be arrant*'.
No. 4. South Sea Dance: Mrs. I I5S a large parking space on the va- Mrs. Frank Deriso, of Woo: For Your ,Cough? FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Don't miss this !bargain.>> Listing Listing No. 218 A.
"Toots" Bainbridge No. 1. "Rhumba!": Elga Ra. cant lots directly opposite the cliff, N. J., arrived yesterday rot Creomulsion may be a" better,I SPECIALS" No. 178.
No. 5. "Maybe": Mrs. Eva mos. Dance: Doris Burchell and beach and. also to improve the a visit with her father, Frederick help than you need. It combines I Hero is a real home-Bungalow
Warner.No. Gerald Pinder. I condition of the road now there.In Wagner, on board his Yacht PaulA seven helps in one. It :K made I HENS AND'FRYERS Two-story horn on FlaglerAvenue having 7 rooms, all modem 1 Isaprovements -
6. Introducing: Mr. Avery No. 2. "You're the Top": closing I would again like to Louise. Mrs. Deriso was met on for quick relief, for eafejjr.p. Pork Hams Pork Shoulders I corner property, ideal lo.cation ; 80 rose trees or mere
Johnson.No. Mrs. Paul Vecker.No. thank Mr. Menendez and I also her arival at the station by Miss Mild coughs often yield'to lesser, Pork Loin -just the home you are in yard; 10 different kinds ,*f
7. "Rock and Roll". Sung 3. Movie Revue: Person- will say that this letter may be Inez Fesser, secretary to Mr. Wag help No one can telL No" one,' T-Bone Steak Fresh Veal looking for. Listing No. 245. fruit trees and two bearing grape.

by Mrs. Paul Vccker and chorus. nell announced from the floor. used in any fit way.Sincerely. ner.eeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeaeeee. for knows any which certain factor cough.will So do careful most Spring Lamb Calf Liver Exceptional Ba"aiD-FurDi.bed vines Located one half. block
Heavy Western Steer Beef Whitehead from City Park in a most desirableneighborhood.
*: people, more and more, are using two-story home on
A. G. BRUNN. Creomulsion for any cough that All Ingredients for Souse street in exclusive neighborhood ; Near school, church'
Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera HostessAt 2233 Brookhaven Ave., Today's HoroscopeToday starts. Lard and Butter fronting Coral Park and beautifulview and Yacht'Basin. Size of lot, 80

I Far Rockaway, L. I. ............. The cost is a little more than a Fresh Fruits and Vegetables: of ocean. No better locationcould by. 90 feet. Price, 5500. Terms"
West. Fla., single help. But your druggist is half cash. Listing No. 120. .
Key is
Bridge Tea Given Yesterday Feb. 3, 1935. Today indicates an intellectual authorized to guarantee it, so it WE ARE OPEN ON SUNDAY be found and the price
I No. 265.
person with a tendency to studyon costs nothing if it fails to bring MORNINGS right. Listing Seven-Room Bungalow in most

Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., ward R. Neff, Mrs. Charles Falk, favors were distributed to the broad lines; 'keen in insight,, you quick relief. Coughs are dan Phone 20 805 Fleming St. Her. is yovr opportunity. for desirable residential ..cti*e. All
yesterday entertained at a Valen- Mrs. 0. S. Long, Mrs. Victor Mof. guests by little Miss Rosalind intuitive but lacking'in the tact j get signals. For safety's sake known, deal*, Free Delivery income property -Location. Unit. modern conveniences. Hens in the,
with the best
them in
tine Bridge Tea at her home on fatt, Mrs. Hugh K. Taylor, Mrs. Grace Albury in a charming that aids in avoiding misfortuneor war (adv.) ed street, near White street. best of condition. Open plumbinf.
Southard street.Decorations William Albury, Mrs. J. C. Irwin, Valentine dress. Refreshmentsof even adversity. There is always Southern exposure. Improvementsconsists etc. nil! U a real bargain( $3-
were in the appropriate Mrs. A. F. Ayala. Mrs. Ethea chocolate, tea, sandwiches and a helping hand in this posi- .- - -- of two small cottages new. 500 takes It. Term can be a-
Valentine manner, and Stricker, Mrs. Hilda Silas, Mrs. cake were served. tion, that will try to lift you to KEY WESTCOLONIAL If repaired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. 91. ;.
there were five tables of contract I U. J. Delgado, Mrs. Earl Julian, Among those present were comfort. Love of travel is indicated HOTELIn one and rent the other. Terms can t

bridge, followed by a delightfultea II Mrs. Charles Taylor, Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Allan B. Cleare, Sr., presi- and a capability for daring ex 1 he had and the price is right. List. Unimproved Building Lot..Site,
service Milner. Miss Flossie Baker, Miss dent of the organization; Mrs. ploits. the Center of the Business THE HUBMen's log No.49. 50 by. 150 feet location, Eagle!
First bridge prize was won by Wilhelmina Goehring, Miss Flor- George Archer, Mrs. W. E. Hus Avenue, Meacham .ub.Jv1el.o.
Mrs. A. F. Ayala, with Mrs. J. C.I ence Williams. : ton, Mrs. John W. Hattrick. Mrs. and Theater District For location, this cannot be Price, $550. Terms can be .na.,.

Irwin being awarded s'cond'' Among thMQ present as teaguests I Rutledge Curry, Mrs. Emil Sweet. First CUti-Fireproof- Department beat-Corner lot, fronting Marina ocean paved I. ed. listing No. 92.

prtie. The consolation"'prize' was were'-Mrs. ]1A.;nl'(;. '.Brown, ing, Mrs. Ross Sawyer, Mrs. Lily Sensible Rates 'next..rreeV'.nte'ialk Jo. Hotel Casa.'?'a.'d sea, Waft J", "! p6 fpLoppiub.! |0 IP"
drawn, by Mrs. Earl Julian. : .: .. Mm. WiUianfciMerrJU/iMm;! HL"L.: Cold,'Mjs." Frank Ladd, Mrs. Wil-! 014 01LCOfFEE <, ; O'SCJ'' U" lHtp pJikwi: t sigatWih1ekceJPro qlF;>iLig>,C- "p |B p&net&prajfei }
Bridge guests' included: .tMxs.; AndersontMrsuAsch.r; ' "'ChapHl!, la'fd B. Curry, 'Mrs.\ L. H. Muse, SHOP NOW OPEN rf41'hMtt'bd"' .ortlJ fd>Lpfrtrir.w i&'ifltH'frpnUro.J
William I.. Bates, Mrs. J. C. M'sJ. li!. Cremate- and 1\I3.se-1( Misses''Elizabeth: Johnson, Lily .GOI/J eiidarage :FlCEBdigiT' >j..4 Golden; Mrs. Lee Pierce; Mrs.Ed.' 1 bastian Cabrerar, '" // 1 Watllhgton, Betty:', Sawyer and .) Elevatoronuui. ; Liati.'J'l.EC"1-! Eli 2H.r. 5 6. "tI f' caab; :\. 41al-
?. 'I Florence' and Claudia' Albury. '.. [ froatagH .
IJ ',tc 'I IP. .. i iHAJl&bH&fi !i miel 4e r4rV.r
; , : 16 /.. _. __-_____-___,___ MONROE ThEATER'Gertrude ; .-' ,.,..... Popular- ,Prices- life rneP'444uirooms : 400 fJ.j 4Ip tI1s p.oper

Ofu 'CI.. To ,. !R & : 11 ean % .ed If tie-
Langners Entertdinjn H Fern pjer Michael and Paul F'L ; .1itoap j
:jtv four roomVno%! ball/on I ... 'shed. o iJLImIS$.onmra we property -
I Malones At Dinner L n Meet Tonight Cavanagh in MENACE MARX SUITS' floor; all modern convenience; then 400 hy. 400 f..t. Take
Walter Connolly-Paul Lucas in FRIDAY AND SATURDAY' instantaneous water heater and advantage of this offer. Listing
Fern Chapter, Order of Eastern Father Brown Detective SPECIALS NUNN BUSH SHOES electric pump; garage, etc. nil No. 71.Here.

Mr, and Mrs. Julian Langner, Following dinner dancing was Star, will hold a meeting tonight Matinee: Balcony. lOc; Orches -.at------ is part of an eUte that must be
C. the in the beginning at 7:30 o'clock, and it I GRAND SLAM SHIRTS best of !Is Real Snap 1 in WaterFront
of Washington, D. popular enjoyed by party spa tra, 15-20c; Night 15-25c settled Property, in the n
new members of the social winter cious ballroom of the hotel to the is expected that there will be al LEE BAKER' MEATMARKET condition, and $1,800 cash take Property in b.* ..*. section
colony of Key West last night en- strains of Casa :Marina Orchestra large number attending as business !- > CHENEY CRAVATS it. Worth double Lilting No. of the city-Si!.e 134 hy 21f ,...
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tertained at dinner in honor of under the direction of Richard of much importance to the 264. Machine shop and Umber shed on
Mayor and Mrs. William H. Ma. Principale. organization will be taken up. Degree THE HUB Western Steer Meat CLUBMAN UNDERWEAR property.. $I 8,000 take It..Terms
lone Other guests at the dinner besides work will be put on at this (all cuts) If you am interested in mall one-third cash. Listing No. IlL

Cocktails were served' prior to Mayor and Mrs. Malone meeting. Ladies' DepartmentNEW Fresh Veal Spring Lamb individual Ulands. act before'
the dinner, which was held in the i were :Mr. and :Mrs. Harold Bal- Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 BALL BRAND SHOESFor prices advance. The price and Best of location. Corner prop
dining room of Ca'a' Marina, and lou, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Eastwood, o'clock, there will be a school of DRESSES JUSTRECEIVED FRESH KEY WEST PORK location are right. Our exclusive: ert,.. Size 50 by 100 ... U the
the dinner itself was delightfullydone of Orlando, and house guests of instruction held at the hall, with Pork Hams Pork Shoulders Outdoor Sports listing can fill your 'want*. main busIness block on Dvval

with tropical flowers inter- Mr.\ and Mrs. Langner. Miss Mary Mrs. Mildred Hindman, grand in. HENS AND FRYERS NICE SELECTION OF street. Is offered at a,great sac.
woven with lace ferns forming a Louise Spottswood and Ralph structor of Miami, directing the for Street, Sport and Eve- Swift Premier Ham Water front property on Big rifice for a quick .....'Take advantage
centerpiece of rare beauty. Gunn. activities. ning Wear. Priced exceptionally Alllaredie.t. forPIaone'5' s. BATHING SUITSand Pine.Key! near hotel! and poet office of this opportunity; listing -
low.. .Come and fronting 300 feet of water No. 64. *' || ,|
see Free Delivery\ and 400 feet on County R aL
Sock Social I Mrs. William E. Waddell, a member them.NEW'HATS '.1 822'Fleming Street! TRUNKS This location cannot be better.The Most desirably"locat.d4ruj4.
Annual of the Key West winter 666, c.pDsl .f- ...- price i* right and term can b. ar ty loa SouthardatrastSize, ,|O

Enjoyable EventThe colony. Also new a fivai!. ::1Io< consists: .f ..tw...toi y
The entire affair was most enjoyable FE.VENLiq.i. erately .priced. t nil
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: Acreage on Big Pine Key. Sonqk-
Sock Social of the and all eight-room honmefro.Ileg
Annual present expressed LARGE SELECTION OF At
T.M.U lint Jay i* water front property oa the ard street, and six-reom, cottage,
themselves as having had a delightful 'FOI COCKTAIL
Fern Chapter No. 21, Order East.1ern Sd. N...nr.,. HEADACHESI SHOES'' lantic and front N.wfo..d fronting alley in rear of property.
Star, held last night at the, and entertaining eve- I 30 ..la.te.I . i ., '1***' PEIFECTIONI Harbor Key.. Size of property, 150 First $2,700 takes it. Listing No.
Scottish Rite Hall, Simonton and ning. I I Pumps, Straps, Ties and acre. The price i* right. Term*i 197.
of'' I : Oxfords One-third eaih. and balance cam
Eaton streets, for the benefit I
Mrs. Claude Albury I II I JUST RECEIVED be arranged. Lilting No. 69. A Cottage having 7 rooms aid

the successful Masonic and order more was than eminently well- Hostess At Party 1 I Large shipment of HENS $1.98 upHOSIERY Ideal Home Site On North hath ia most ....i...... location:
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attended and included not only I II I I STRICTLY FRESH KILLED Beach-Unimproved corner let,i I. beat .f condition, on'lot M by

Key Westers but a great numberof I Mrs. Claude Albury entertained PORK Full Fashioned in Chiffon ice 99 by. 150 feet, fronting! 65 feet, located e Sonthard street,
: Smoked Hams and Picnic Hams I White street. Owner offer
I at her home on Grin- three riparian right This near
winter visitors. yesterday :: r , street
and Service weights. Real
I nell of the local Fresh Liver .. build home. on this proprty f.$3ooo if sold In
The published in a street members the pot to your
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program of All Kinds good Hose at per pair- the 60 . ,H,..
previous issue of The Citizen was I i chapter of United Daughters of Sausages nod the price ..' right. Ustii ,next day Listing .
carried out almost to the letter, the Confederacy and guests. All Ingredients for Souse 69c No. 212. 189.
and Florida Meats
Western
and much enjoyed by those present This party honored the memoryof
following which refreshments those two great southern lead- Cuban and American Cuts LINEN SUITS

consisting of sandwiches, hot ers, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall I Meat At Price. You Ca. M_t All sizes 'PAUL IIOYSENJMMPANY'Phone153 !

chocolate and candy were served. Jackson, whose birthdays were I BERMUDA MARKET i .
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One of the features of the eve- several weeks ago. I Phone 861.W Free Delivery I $2.95, $3.95 ad $4.45 LONDO
ning was the auctioning off of a Decorations' carried out I White and Virginia Street Office:, 619 Fleming St. P. O. Bos 369Ll
band-painted hat contributed by in the Valentine scheme, and '.. S


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