The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 3, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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'For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the tp range country of; only with/ae ;i \



Democrats Start Movement To STEVE DOUGLASS! FERA RehabiliWion: .:OfKey, West" StoneC1aiinFERA* Program In Key

Obtain Prestige In CongressFor MADEMEMBEROF I (The Citizan. i. today pun-, -to date is the removal of thousands -
lishing the first of threp | I West Productive
ROTARY CIRCLE r ., article on .the.rehabilitation t- 'debris of truckloads of trash and Of Good Results

from vacant lots, coupled
Elected Solons I program of thetfloricb.Eme.- I .
Recently with the of --
gency ,Relief Administration cutting weeds on all i -- - - ---- -- -

AIMS AND OBJECTS COMMITTEE -pait, .pr..eDtaDd, future.JtToday' : those lots, That,.,;work alone has i

., MAKES REPORT AT article !il a resume done much to make Key West a ENGINEER MAKES PRIZE JEWFISHTO Says, However, SuccessOf

Great Efforts To Be Put GREAT IN COHO NEE MEETING CONDUCTED TO- of FERA the in accomplishment Key West] since the of, presentable. and more delightfulcity. I I SURVEY RELATIVE BE GIVEN TO Proposed Operations

inception of the movement
Forth In Reducing Re- VISITS RED MEN DAY to rehabilitate the Island Approximately 50,000 cubic i I Depends On AttitudeOf
City.) yards of garbage and trash has I II TOWORKOFFERA AQUARIUM HERECHIEF

publican Strength On I been collected since early in July] I Citizens

HERE LAST NIGHT The regular luncheon of the Ro- With the rehabilitation pro indicating the condition that existed -' II

Various Committees -: tary Club today was devoted toa gram of the Florida ERA in Key J I here slightly more than five CAPTAIN M. N. ECOROFF TO : OF POLICE ELWOOD

report by the Alms and Objects West past its first phase-that of I I months ago. The people of Key MAKE FAVORABLE REPORTON AND OFFICER KEMP MAKE Success of the FERA rehabilita.
Committee of the club's activities emergency operations necessary to West exerted effort in cooperating
tion in West depends
experiment Key ,
I -
f I
By I the last six months. President with the Administration
EXCELLENT ADDRESS AT during carryon a movement' designed to
(liT A..*cUtcd Vrtmmt l I I in this condition and greatly on the attitude of
Eddie Strunk, chairman of restore this Island! City to ING CARRIED ON SEA MONSTER
ic of for weeks one could ride along the
the committee, handled the report security-officials I the citizens, said Julius F. Stone,
tip backstage bal it there i* more LIGHT PARADE HELD which interesting and instructive ' West Administration paused over I II I streets and see piles of debris that
the, residents had removed from' in an interview with the press
the weekend to consider of I
some I I
the threat to lIe showed that the Captain M. N. Egoroff, federal As the result of a campaign
behind,., democratic,, their
I. the accomplishments resulting wn backyards and from un- yesterday before leaving for

reduce.jepjibjjean\ ...atreogthtpn' j im- Key West club durjng this period I from the i first period;of aetivities dept,)eir houses, to be collected. engineer, from the engineers department made byChief, of, ,Police, Ivan El-
} Arthur J. Inco-
w Ruland
< : Great has increased membership forty.even here. I ; If tall that trash had been collected ]- ,wood, and ,Oftices"Joseph .Kemp, :

por1.a\J.\ t house: ,,committees: .;ia, the honee, and, executive .\.head ;of the percent." I[ From July :5 to Decetaberir: ( .18, and placed" on an ordinary of the FERA, made' a I 1 Eutficjent funds have been collected ",So. far"t.,the,.,-; I..It., pbtained
i Bill Malone called attention to |I B. M. Duncan, loaned by the St te city,,Jot, 50 feet by 150 feet, it !11 West citizens
next, fongrer* ar. .reason*,.given I 1 I If t complete investigation and, inspection -t from.Key, : to .ha. and
( | Improved.Order: ,.of Red\.,)''enl, of i the fact that the Key West Club Highway Departmental was. ,),Jin 1 1I VJ'ould.' have raised the level of the I I purchasethe?monster; ;, Jewfish'"that "?been.rTery:,,encpuraf Jng

by f he.leaders..,M the UnitedStates, paid. ,his official? : was the fourtl\)dub organized in f I; charge of operations.al1d.with the ilottoinore than 178 feettheI of the,work carried on in. this] ,was.., these waters 1& theaqhaws! beenthe subject of.favorable

PullHclyv.l \the..demo4raitieasbig\ ; tcomma.d 1 : the state of Florida and was now Administration entering. !is second I I I height of an ordinary 17-story office locality and that he will make a {fevy.,days ago, by Theodore Rob.! ,Comment,00 the part of
visit! to the, local lodge says the purpose i.! to number of its charter .members West as attractive and pleasant 1 constructed small bungalows, say, favorable report on the project is 1'I be turned over to the ]local aqua many visitor who have taken an
the hall of Caroline and
give the newly-elected democrat corner still active in the club. The organizer for the winter tourists as possible I 42 feet by 20 feet with a nine- I rium to be exhibited for the benefit interest in the movement.

Elizabeth streets. lIe was intro- Judge Jefferson B. Browne, changes were made in adminis- I foot ceiling, the garbage and assured. of the many tourists visiting
, a chance to get into the picture now being an honorary member. tration. M. E. Gilfond formerly i I I trash would have filled 17C such From what has been alreadyaccomplished !I this city. Today Key West is 90 per cent

at the tart. There were 76 of duced by Frank O. Roberts, great Bill Warren said a few appro- director of the public relations department i bungalows. :Figuring eight lots I Peter Roberts, possessor of the
perfect regarding sanitation and
of the order. priate words in tribute to Fast was named Acting Administrator to each side of a city block, such the plans now under -' fish contributed his half in the|
these who rode into the home in eannap I
International President Ray Havens and Mr. Duncan turned procedure would have necessitatedfive for future work and the cost of the monster, with the collection -! cleanliness. The people of the
t way
the democratic sweep of Novem1 I At the conclusion of the meeting who died recently (t J his entire attention to the I solid city blocks of bunga- taken up accounting for the j

ber 6. II II a torchlight parade was held, Steve Douglass was introducedas !building of bridges along the Over. I. iowa.I favorable impression created in remainder. |I city, said Mr.\ Stone, hold it in

a new member of the club, and sea Highway, to prospective renovation i I'| In collecting such a surprisingly Those contributing to the fund I their power to add the other 10
'I the minds of national officials
Insiders, however, say that accompanied by a band of music. will be duly initiated at a future of Old Fort Jefferson, to I i large amount of trash and garb- were Sebastian Cabrera Jr., Morris -

i The parade moved down Caroline meeting.An operation of the ferries, and to I s age, nearly 700 vacant lots have i who have visited the activities on I Holtsberg. Joe Pearlman. Frank per cent and make this city the
while this may be true another ex-j I street, up Duval to Division, and excellent' meeting was enjoyed probable development of the in-j I I been cleaned. Nearly twice as I I Lewinsky, Navy Club Charles II cleanest

planation is that in the struggleover I'''thence to Bayview Park. with a fairly large attend land waterway channel through i iI' i> much refuse has been collected as I f the keys, there can be no doubt in I Aronovitz G. Kirchik, A. Einhorn, in the United States.

ance.VISITOMlNG. 'the keys.. garbage and trash. A. Appel], J. R. Stowers, I. Appel- This will be realized if the citizenry -
On arrival at the park, Great I ( the mind of the most pronounced
the leadership of the house I I I These projects are enough for I But that is only part of the work i routh and Duval Club.

in the coming congress promisesfor Incohonee Ruland gave an address I'anyone man and it was felt that 1 done by the works division in the I pessimist, it is said regarding the will take the pains to make

on the subject of "Americanism," 1\1\ (. Duncan's special technical] i t past half year. effective all suggestions,, given by
: and their COUNCIL
bridges completion. PASSESLIQUORMEASURE
preferment have and are being and also gave a thorough outlineof qualifications should be devoted i L Nearly a half hundred homes of I, the department
regarding the
the workings of the order which! TO SPEND SEASONMOTHER entirely to this work. I I relief clients have been repaired t I
made which only can be filled I There are ample statistics! in : and an equal number of buildings care of property and their
: he represents also touching on
by creating more jobs. ; other matters pertaining the the Administration offices show:I I have been demolished-in the first CONCERT TONIGHT premises.Mir. .

to AND BROTHER OF ing the accomplishments of the i I instance making houses more ; Stone called attention to
They point to the ways and welfare of the nation as a whulc. Key West Administration so far;:, habitable for those on relief in IN BAYVIEW PARK the promises made during his

'means c6fnniiltee,... f "example, The adt''ess.oC, Mr. Ruland, whois KEITH MORGAN TO AR. bat figures are some times borlag.. Key, West and in the. I THREE MEMBERS MAKE BIT- speech :at1he ''Df'lnJ.Onleo'rei' .....

I considered a great orator, was RIVE NEXT WEEK and too, figures cannot tell what stance obliterating from the eyes TER PROTEST AS TO ONE taurant several months ago during : -
the most powerful lilnJlegroup; greatly enjoyed by the large num- the Administration has done in of tourists and residents many of f! the dinner given by the hospitality -
West less than halfyear's the unsightly buildings which had '
Key during a {
ber league regarding bridges,
in the house and assembled on the occailJn.The I ,
certainly ,
among been condemned.
speaker was introduced at the activities. I UNDER AUSPICES OF --- the Casa Marina, and the airplane
Keith Morgan, vice president of Relief work has been' carried on t Under that division also, the: I : I service. The
latter is al-
the most coveted of congn's."ionalas."iKnnu.'nts. park by Great Sachem C. C. iymonette. ? ,
the Warm Springs Foundation, I during the past half year through,ferries I' have been operated along HOSPITALITY BAND At a special meeting of the City ready an established institution,

Mr. Ruland: will remain over in writes the FERA housing depart-i the social service department and I the keys. Rates were cut by more Council held this morning, the'' he said, the Casa Marina is open,
West for ment that his brother and mother I n.any activities have been carried,!! than half for passenger automobiles -I r liquor ordinance, which was passed and the bridges are going to be
Key tonight's meeting '
Will Of The Caucus I I will arrive in Key West early next and traffic has than its initial yesterday, I
when special degree work will be on which sometimes are overlooked more The program for the concert toi on reading built. Work has been underwayfor
There are four democratic vacancies put on for his benefit week and remain for the winter. by relief agencies. I I i doubled. The ferries, also were be given tonight by the Hospitality was passed on its final reading. I some time.
I Some time ago Mr. Morgan A clinic has been established] put on a twice-a-day schedule] The measure! was passed on its
to be filed on this com- i Band announced this Other Project
| was
asked about accommodations and 1 1i *
t land all school children needing rather than on a once-a-day schedule final hearing despite the bitter I
mittee and three republican. Un- CUBA ARRIVES within a short time was advised dental or optical correction are,'I as previously.The i morning. The concert will start at i protest entered by Coqncilmen There are other projects under

der the and that a home had been secured. furnished that kind of service. harbor has been cleaned 7:15 p. m. in Bayview Park. Roberts, Cabrera and Hoffman! consideration' he said, which have
present bet-up ways They will reside at the Collins During the first part of the relief.! and with the removal of sunken The<< selections to be offered to-I who moved to have the word been planned and all the civil en-

means cordials of 25 members, 15 FROMHAVANAFREIGHTER 1 home on Vernon Avenue. program, many physical corrections driftwood and other objects, the r.ight follow: schools included in the provision! gineering data secured. These

of whom arc democrats and 10 Mrs. Graham Fitch arrived were made.A harbor is more attractive and more March-Hospitality Band. which refers to the distance from : include sewerage and water and
Tuesday night over the highway mattress factory was opened I navigable. Home Circle, R. Schepegrell any church where intoxicating: power lines.However.

republicans. BRAZOS DUE TO from her home in Washington, D. where bedding foe indigents is. That covers some of the materiel 1 Hospitality Band. beverages may be sold. I| these projects depend

Apparently an attempt is to be C., and has secured apartments. produced and distributed:! throughI :: or engineering and sanitary I Saw Stars Sigler Goodhart-.I The ordinance reads that no in- (I altogether on the success of this
made to increase the number of ARRIVE IN PORT TO- Mrs. C. II. Tuttle. of 275 Arch I I the commodities distribution de- I activities on the island. It Hospitality Band. tcxicating beverages can be Bold I winter season, but under no circumstances -
street, Inglewood, N. J., will spend take info will ground be eneil'
MORROW NIGHT partment. does not however account On Mountain Heights, E. Kie- within three hundred'feet of any ot+
democrats on this committee at I the winter here and has taken the I Personal help has been given j I the' actual start on bridges slcr] -Hospitality Band. I church, and does not contain any 1 for this work before May 1. ]It

the expense of the republicans.If j + V. A. Johnson home on North I through the department in many,- for the Oversea Highway. Since Folle Extase, E. 'Milox-Hospitality : provision in ,protection of schools. : would l be useless to start this Iro-

attempted, the procedure it and I Beach. ways! outride the routine demandsof the Administration has been func- Band. The, three 'couhcilmfn! .mention* I'jectcluring, the Uourixt: season,
Steamship Cuba .of thq P. Mrs. Eleanor Hellings, of Cali- in West 600 World : fa:; !Wftif'aga'lhsit'the' and also futile to begin ,idlcavatipnn -
la aid, will something like 0. "rster- the department. Spongers|I and UonintT Key Solo-George Brooks. ,,-,<,: i measure'yes- ,
this; '1 day) S. S. company3: arrjved! \ fornia, has arrived and will spend I fishermen have been helped; vHy WariV terans have been transferred MarchIf\ ospitality Bandj I '1 terday': whettijy'1d :their"fight :.until all :in.readtticss! to

The .democrat in caucus will r afternoon fropi )Iar.aoa'ith the season in her\* home city with case workers in working out:: puiL.gets .; , Lower Matecumbe Key, Oh HaroldHospitality; JJajrid.: to'-have tft'e ordinance read'*'withrri' make elect their members bf the ways 70 first and five sccondclass pasenKt'rs .- members of the :'family. I so that the greatest" .'-alu i ,,her-e'.work has been started. I Italian Airs .TobaniI1ospita1ity three hundred .' feet. 'off any I excavatiooa.are j-efilletLi! ta
$ for Key West, 87 first and ,
and means committee. These automatically q;, : 'could be had from the funds: they: ;The accomplishments in recrea-. \\J'"fA church 'or school r," an :30 second class for '
constitute the demo. The Cuba Tampa:30.o'clock NEWARRlVALONNEW I receive. tional and beautification activities: : Ban4.T/I'O/ }-ffIl i lity i against! its a'Jo'ption i, at, 'the, I)1eet.1j, thjng\\ connected n with the i en tire
failed at 6 .,
cratic committee on committees' with 123 passengers and freightfor i In the department of parks{and ttfi.thei.Administration are mani-, Band. _ A_ ._ Irrg this 'morning; and a ked! that,. programdepend, >* on.,tha>c6urtegyof.
which makes committee a,,$iR'fl.1 : recreation, the sanitary department -, f.-lt '" Stein'ftnK-fltpipRbtty Band. I they be placed on record as'having I l ,.the citizenry, and thia->applies

menu subject to the approval of, Freighter Tampa. Brazos of the, Clyde- YEAR'S DAY i and the research and statistics : There is supervised play at the' Old Favorites, Sertdy-Hospitality toted no. r to tradesmen operators of transportation

the caucus. A resolution then is i ipresented Mallory lines is due tomorrow evening ,,: department, one can be told parks now. Along many other Band. vehicles, and of those
to the house fronts the has extended -| Banner Key-, with whom visitors come in con-
(a mereformality :', from Galveston en route to WilIiaJ' how many trees have been planted department Star Spangled ONEMARRIAGE
of ;
) for ratification of I Miami and New York. Mrs. Holsenback. j I and how many ]lots cleaned; its work. A hiking club ,. Hospitality Band.LORELEI'S tact.One
what has been done in caucus.A I i Newton street, announce the birth I, how many cisterns cleaned and has been formed; a junior drum of the main things to be
change in rules will be :i Steamer Colorado, of the same of a daughter in the home 11 < how food made and bugle has been LICENSE ISSUED avoided is overcharging for any
necessary inspections corps VOICE
i line many ; '
i i is i due Sunday morning from
to alter the o'clock Tuesday night. I I I ed, and has more than i'I or material, no matter
present setupof i New and how many persons reside here now
York with freight, will ( is- or-I SHOUTSOF
The little lady has the distinc- STILLED BY how excellent the service be,
house committees. With members girls' hospitality may
thepreponderant colored ]
andNew now, how many are white or ; a I
(harJ:< and proceed to Tampa tion of being the first child to I how the
I ; en- ,I is I Or good material pro-
democratic I jchestra functioning, WORKERS
majorityin and other valuable statistical now NAZI
Orleans. ter the world in Key West on New .. For the first three days of the vided. Fairness and in all
Band I
the house however the will, of Cabin of East material. : the ..Key .West Hospitality I been I I
I.i I Cruiser Tropic Year's Day. She has been given I month there has one marriage dealings is
I in the appreciated by peoplein
the is certain to offers concerts
caucus prevail. But all those figures, if givento weekly fUr AuMrlatrd Press of
I I Chicago, Indiana arrived yesterday the name Betty Joe. license; issued from the office walk of ]life. _
Committee Assignments I! and berthed at the railroad show what has been done in I>arks. A negro band also is or-I ST. GOAR, Germany, Jan. 3.- Judge Hugh Gunn. This is the only every

There's nothing new or novel', terminals. I Key West, will give a false impression -i ganized and plays weekly at Nelson -I No more is the Lorelei a cliff of I license issued during the weekending Regarding of the Fence
in the idea of the democrats CHURCH SESSION or rather an inadequate' English Park. The park is o'ne Speaking many things
-- Heine'sfamous today.
t tI sadness and despair as which are characteristic of Key
threatening to whittle down re- one. While material .accomplish of the results of the department'swork whom this issue
The to
publican strength in committees. FERA OFFICIALS HELD LAST NIGHT ments have been many, the psychological since starting its operation I poem would have it. I was made couple are Bienvenido, Figuercdo Iso j I West and provide the atmosphere
I These its remarkable echo, much enjoyed Mr. Stone' said
in ]
The republicans' themselves, it is I attitude of Key Westers July and Hazel They I
pointed out. did it back in the I i MIAMI is an invaluable developmentmade A. ,marimba:"band organized shunts the shouts cf 110 workers married the office I he did not believe in destroying
LEAVE FOR were yesterday [
67th when by Administration. .,Six through" department i plays at : who are constructing 'an open-air I the old picket fence, let them
congress they enjoyed i I The annual meeting of the First I : : of the county Judge, Notary
Ii I I 'aH forum in keeping'with nazi plansto I: stand, but be given a coat of
superior strength. I i II Congregational Church was heldin months ago. Key Westers Were the arrival "
Statisticians on capitol hill have I I the church auditorium last evening wondering why.they had remaine.dhere trains and planes. Massed school re-establish' Teutonic ritual /, I I whitewash.
figured it out that the average GILFOND, CURTIS AND LES- at 7:30 o'clock. as long as they had; and I drills: are carried on under supervision places. I I Move the advertising signs

committee assignments for democrats I I TER TO CONFER WITH I Very acceptable, reports from I when it would be possible to get of the department; organi Seven thousand'cubic yards of I COUNTY BOARD back until they are on a line with

is 1.9 as compared to 2.6 for I I every department' of the church somewhere else where a liveable zation of swimming classes has earth are ''being1' removed for the I I surrounding property,-and do' not

the republicans. II I I OFFICERS THERE were given, it is stated. .j I I income might be procured. taken placer, soccer and tennis I forum, which' will 'accommodate I MEETSTONIGHT obtrude themselves' on the sight'
There are 76 new democrats to: Newlyi elected] : officers of the I i I Today most of them feel] that have 'been' encouraged in the 7.000 persons' amt'whieh' it Li w of sightseers. xAH
be taken care of in the coming! church are as follows: i Key West is changing decidedlyfor schools and a high school golf claimed] 'will''be the finest in Ger- but be kept in

congress as compared to 27 new'' M. E. Gilfond acting adminis- Church clerk-Mrs.. Emma AI- I the better, and that it is worth team has been organized. many. It will be dedicated next and always covered with neat and.

republicans. In other words, as trator of the FERA: in Key West, while td remain here. Other activities included in the May Day. Regular meeting of the board of presentable advertisements
things now stand 102 republicanshave J. Gerry Curtis, directed: of work bury.Church treasurer-Robert Rus- The accomplishments of the work of the recreation departmentin About the rock towering above county commissioners, which was Plant plenty of bougainvillaea,
a better average of committee I and Attorney J. Lancelot] Lester,I sell. Administration range from the the past half year include the i the Rhine near mere, and its postponed from last night will beheld thousands! of them. Alno hybiscua

assignments than the 322:left yesterday afternoon for ){jI j- eacons-Jrs. Adriana Sands,t! painting of 169 water colors to staging of amateur nights at Bay.'. legend of a maiden who threw her-I tonight in the office of., and other of the many beautiful
democrats. I ami. Mrs. Louise Thompson, R. Beech- the demolition of hundreds of un-i[view Park; a handicraft contest; self from it into the river becauseof Clerk Ross C. Sawyer at the flowers which ate abundant in,

Some republicans are on two i They will hold a series of con am Curry. safe and unsanitary outhouses; baby shows and the like I I a faithless lover and became a I county court house. i ii ,I Key Wtst and when they are admired

and three committees. Byrns of ferences with officials and Mr. Trustees-lion. William II. Malone and! between those two extremes The parks have been permanently -. siren whose sweet voice lured i There will be bat one change by a visitor present a

Tennessee' in line for speaker of Gilfond will discuss arrangements Paul Archer, Mrs. Ella AI- one! can find hundreds of other beautified; a nursery has fishermen to 'destruction, many made in the personnel of the bouquet to the admirer.
the next congress, puts it thus: I for airplane excursions to Tortu- bury. interesting and valuable accom- been planted at the Key West r. poems and songs have been writ- board. This will be when r There U ranch room for vegetable
"That's not right, especially I gas and other matters pertainingto The installation service of these plishments. Woman's Club and at the Conventof ten. One of the most famous is sioner Nathan Niles takes Commia-j I and fruit gardens he said

when we have a representation of advertising the activities of the officers will be held next Sunday Perhaps one of the most strik Mary Immaculate, and the Heine's, which begins "Ich weiss formerly occupied by : I and those residents who do not

i three out of four members." I I airways. J evening at 7:30 o'clock. ing material changes on the island, (Continued on Page Three) t nicht was soli es bedeuten." er Roy Fulford._ (Continued! on Pace Four) J

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't be I) 3ti r t m r y 'I'C':',tt.r.. : QUESTIONS COLLEGES' I ..
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: Published Daily Kxcrpt Sunday. Hy I Today's 1] TODAY'S WEATHER ]lI Today In History

Tin: "'ITI1-J:"':' IM HI.ISIIIM; t'u.. IN*- full-time college enrollment j! DAYS GONE BY .... ...................oeooa
1..I'. irrsit.Prealdr.Prom : ...
The Citizen HulldlngCorner illUws a five per cent gain over 19JJ5; and i | Mr.s. Calvin Collidge, widow of j I. 1777 Historic RevolutionaryBattle
Happenings Here Just 10 Year i II j I Temperature Florida: Cloudy probably light
the late president, born at Hurling-
Greene and Ann Streets almost and I of
t X.
a million men women Princeton J.
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young I Alto Today A. Taken From j l 1 Ion Vt., .'>r. years ago. ..Hightt . .. .... ..78 r rain in east and outh portions
The Files Of The ...... .. .. .. .
'nl\ Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe are studying; in the nation's colleges and Citizen j Lowest 71 :j I and warmer in north portion to-
County. I (Mean ..: .... : .: : .:..: ..'::.::74 1R31-Firt American buildmp
universities:> college enrollment remainsslightly :: I Francis M. Law of Houston, '! !\ormalIt'an ..............__.........69i night; Friday generally fair, colder 'I and loan association! e tabli he'd&t l
hu.r..1 at K.-yVi t, "I", ac second .Ialts matter ,_ Two Iwar.{' pioperty of the Tex., noted hanker, born at i in extreme nqrth portion. I
below of the Rainfall
that "prosperity= ; I Frankford, Pa. ,
j I 11 P. I'oza liiyan: Tex., SS '
I'IF'T\-sI\9'11 v .:\Utl..r undertaking establifhtnentf years rgo.Dr. i Yesterday' Precipitation T. Ins. Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
.( the AaeoeIeled I'rrM plateau of a half dozen years ago," according -i; were )burned last night in the fire I Normal Precipitation .... .05 Ins."I'bir .I Gentle to moderate easterlywinds I

.., AtiBociatc Prriifl ,a exclusively entitled to use to Dr. Raymond; Walter, pre'lidentof : !I which" cattail out the apparatus at r E. Stanley Jones :Methodist rcc..r4.. rw,rr* 24-bMr: **......j becoming northerly Friday and 1858-Died Rachel famed
: r rvpt| ckliratlun lot all news dispatches credited to i 11 :4.> o'clock. The fire wagtuvcred It or not othrrwine credited here In. this paper and al l .. the University of Cincinnati. !! in the garage of the Hoza noteworthy book *The Christ of 1 i Tomorrow' Almanac overcast weather tonight: and Friday ',j

the local iiwa piibHli In connection with these ['!iuct> nn,1'n making rapid hetd- the Inlian', Road". born in Baltimore -I Sun rises ........_.......... 7:13 a. m. probably light rain tonight.

tone sear _.......M.. It..l'Itll'1'l(1It.1TIs. ._. .. .._:..!...._____.)100 : figures, we cay when the engines arrived on 51 years ago. |Sun sets .... .. ........... 5:51 p. m. East Gulf: Gentle to moderate 1911-Experimental postal ccv.ings -
Ux Month ..... .. . ..... .. on _..........-..____..__ //i.". call attention to a report of Frederick P. the scene. Resides: the vehicle?; a ; :Moon rises .. ..... (*:.11 a. m.; easterly winds becoming northerly i! banks opened over the coun-
Three Month .. .. .. w.. ..........__..._____..._ 2 SO I small!! store at the fornerof -- i( Moon set .... ........ 5:23 m. j try.
One M.nth . ._ .. on __...._...._.._..._.___..__ .s., Keppt'l, president!; of the Carnegie Cor- grocery Judge John M. Woolsey of the p. Friday. 1 1WCATIIEIt '
I4'tcklx' ...__ ... .... ...... ._....._..._._ .__ |2YAI,1'III'11s1l Ihival and lIivi=ionstr..ets was I Tomorrow'. Title !
poration, in which he says, "It Is a question -I comjilttc-lj! l tlestioytd.It I U. S. District Court for Southern i A,1\I. 1'. 31.HiKh 1.1 nH8l'ro"OstIarshal) (;ent'r-
: : IIATItMade !' New York, born at Aiken, S. C., I '
known on appslctrtfon. whether the game has proved to be :;.8 ago.Francis 1 I .............--. 9:4fi 8::5 i CONDITIONS al's report that 58C.OOO men
M'tt'I"UTHt; is! the purpose; of the ThreeWay Lotv .__._....._....... 3:14 2:14 registered under draft.TYPEWRITING.
All rea l'ne not.rrk. cards <>f thanks, olutlons (Itt worth the candle." ,
Committee to publish a Aeries I liniumelvr nt 8 'tOlIlY: i I A disturbance is central" this
,pert. tMtuary notices otc.. will be charged for at a. m. ........- -
tie rate of 10 tents a line. Mr. Keppel points out that the United of articles covering the keysin S. Harmon, Hatties-I Sea l level l, 30.09. I morning over the Lake region, I
J' oUc'a for fiitertalnmenta by churches from which the chain between Miami and burg Miss., newspaper editor-
Is to bit derived are 5 cents line. Sault Ste. Marie Mich. 29.5ft ini i
t revenue a ,
Tile Clllzen b an open forum and invite discus States is the only country in the world in this city and) under) the caption, .publisher and Y. M. C. A. official I Lowest Highest
lion of. puMio "issum and suLjocts of local or general "Where Nature IJlessed Man-thorn at Paulding, Mi>s., JO years Station- Last Night Yesterday then!!, attended by light snow In'
'itrrr' "t l hut it will not public! which a college education i is taken the
.t, .n' anonymous communl- as Litt'c'! fine ).;t'y'" 1'he first appears |r ago.I Abilene ............ 40 34I northern Michigan. The only other f

- -- -. -.- -- --. rule instead of the exception for its young today.Arming I !I Atlanta ........... 28 52 precipitation of consequence during j

:Mr.\ Ilapton, how about half a dozen, people and says there is a growing conviction I Dr. John 3I I. Fox, dean' of the | Boston .......___.,.. 24 28I the last 24 hours has been'' PAPERP75c

inste-ul of just four? that the nation cannot afford to pay on the morning train i Catholic Univ. of America School. I Buffalo .. ... 'm :34 3X rain on the coast of Washington''
today wa--: the group of Cuban\ i jr.f I Law. born in Milwaukee) 44Jjears i' Charleston '.._no 40 52 in connection with low pressureoff
the price for the results which it i is oh- piofesEorshich attended fieconvention i ago. I Chicago ._....... 3fi 40Denver the north Pacific coast PresIsure -

The man who bets and wins rarely taining. of the Florida Educational - { ) .....-- --..-- 30 60 i is moderately high over the
Significance attaches to this state- Association nt Daytona, and) I Dr. Helen II. Parkhurst, profes-' Detroit .-............ 34 36<5 .East Gulf and South Atlantic
tells about the; tirr\e he lost! 1m pants. I'put"fl! : for Havana. The member's Galveston ........ 48 :32
I ,
I States and
I of at Barnard College a strong pressure ,
ment because it from !cr; philosophy
conies president of the delegation stated they t of the "Dalton j Havana ............ f 8 area has!! moved in over the northern Sheets'I'
: of a corporation with money to distribute rod a remarkably fine experience i Huron ..........._... -2 52' I Plains States, Huron S. !11.,.'
born New
education, in
Babe Kuth will soon return to. the our colleges. and said the conventionSn one of t plan of Jacksonville _.... 40 56 !0.56 inches causing cold GOOD. QUALITY BOND
among a wave
Yoik City, 48 years ago. (I.I I. I
United States in the most 'nt..rtnini'Jg and Cducttional i Kansas City..,..- 34
g. O"
gSehnJayinj!. yakyu -. Generally speaking, the criticism is I ;in that section! with temperatures, PAPER ,
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:- .: ever attended. Some members I I KEY WEST 71 78j below zero in the Dakotas and( .
Japan 1 =' ..w..y = Mrt that colleges,. have sought to" improve con- of the delegation! lemairivil.. Gilb'tvt'Seldes of New York, Little Rock ....., 32: 52 i I northern Minnesota. Warmer p p'THE7
in Miami will return \ :I author journalist, born at Alliance i .......... (
't'_"11:.. 1 ,... 'ditinn' by':"tinkoring with the curriculum and Monday. Louisville 30 48 weather prevails throughout most j jI i -
I N. J., 42 years ago. I Miami ................ 70 74 j southern al-
If d1: not how in rather ('asternanfl !' j sections
Huey Long amuse, than by concentrating the
upon I
I! ) 0 40
The Ladil l Kealty: company announces .Minneapolis! I though temperatures are still below ARTMAN PRESSCitizen
}heck could he earn the money paid him by student himself." The future status of today the sale of Little Ht. lion. Herbert S. Morrison, I I New Orleans .... .!<* 56< I normal in Gulf coast districts, '

the federal government. the independent colleges of limited endowment Tine )Key. to I". L. Watson! of Mi- head. of the London County New York ........ 32 :34 northern Florida, Georgia and
is questioned because they can- ami. 1 he i land has a total acreage cil and leader of Britain's eoun-I I ]'en"acola .......... 44 58 .1 South Carolina; with light frost' Bldg.PHONE .

; i of approximately 530: f),; over Party, born 47 years ago Pitt-burgh 38 40 reported( this morning in extreme''
Investigation leads us to believe that not attempt) the experiments of large and fit miles of water frontage and St. Louis --........ 40 58 northwestern Florida. : 51

students to college without cause wealthy universities.:: However, many will fully JVO percent of the land is Subscribe for The Citizen. I I Salt Lake City.18 38 G. S. KENNEDY
many ;yo; ;
San Francisco .. 40 52 !: v : J
tov red! with pine trees and silver Official in Charge .ii: \o
we might also add, without effect. be inclined to differ with this opinion) hav- I Seattle ............. 40 48
palms. It is five miles! from liahia of them seem to want to .
natty .
. . .
ing found from experience that in such Honda and the waters in the vic:n- i' change it to "Take a Chance.:" I I Tampa .............. 56 70 -- --- _- - - --.--
smaller !schools; there is a more pronounced ity have been declared the I best t I II Washington i ...... :34 44 ....e.eee......e.a.. )

The best pitcher in the National .tlcui! ; the Ley; for taipon. Thepare 1 I Williston18. 34
effort to concentrate upon the student The Married' lien's aggregation : AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE :
pajll.y Mr. Watson i is $107- I !
league is "Dizzy" Dean.) We know this is .
basketball artists !
rather than the of of :
H((11)> Another sale reported by I.
a fact because "Dizzy" himself has told ;. : ,d la't night their ability as IJ; we wish to extend to our clientt our sincere thanks for the .
the I tdd i is of mile
: one
so' company : t rs when they took the fast! Y'I'I : cooperation which. they .have shown u* Jurinq!; the past'yearand :
us (Till 8 m.. Friday) II
ATTENTION GROCERYMEN fir heath front at Sugar:: Loaf K y, p. I ..
id I )Demon) quintet by a score of to with for and all Key West a bright and prosperous
for 10000./ The purchaser} is! 1.1 j I Key West and Vicinity: Mo"tly : New Year.
; ,
14 to :30. One of the lapestcrowds .
II. Knox, of Savannah, (IR. cloudy probably light rain to- It has been our aim to furnish you with every possible .
One mark of greatness i is: to praise; : Many visitors to Key West; have asked I I of the season attended.The : barking facility and protection at a minimum cost and at the

others. Can you make the grade? Sure The Citizen why the local J grocery stores Since the local police have I 5 I : same time to aid and assist every worthy:! enterprise applying eI
I i of baseball between 9 to us for financia! help.
we can. Listen. Our enemies are fine do not advertise their prices. The state- tta sd their activities in enforcing, \! I!i the Jegulars game and the Libertiesihich I, I I. The past several veers have been most trying years forevery :
the traffic in ) fo&
i regulations KeyWest j
fellows-when asle'p.Newspaper ment is made that it i is done in every city driverof automobiles I.\ was to have been played on !. line of business. It is most gratifying to our Officers
some : and Directors to know that your bank has been weighed in the
town and hamlet in the United States andis IIE.IO. been graduallytaking advantage New Year's Day and was postponed \ S balance and not found wanting. We have weathered the

articles refer to Dr. Dafoe's i a great convenience to the customers: of the fact until now ,!! ] will! be played tomorrow, I: storms of the past and with pride and confidence look to the
they: .whatever they please with! I lA{>th of these tt'ams'are in good va : future.. We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith in .
quintuplets. It seems to us that who, at the same; time are assured that their cars. I.a-t night on l uval I|I trim for the game and the fans' ,? I. us and your approval.To .

Dionne, pere, would protest and demandthe they will not be overcharged. and othrr places in the city I Ish't'l't 1 i anticipate a hard fought battle. : the many of you who have been with us since the :
zs?I'' bank was founded in 1891 as well as to those who have become
heritage that is:; his. In the first place there i is:; a plethoraof cars were parked! on the wrong Ii I j jI (or -i .(J \: associated with us since that time we wish for you during :
ide of the streets.! lone of them Misses Claudia! Demeritt and .
Tartly Cloudy t.-sips / the coming year much of those most valuable things which
Mores, alleged and in this I
grocery not,
did not have any )lights j !, others no Elizabeth Whalton entertained at i money cannot buy, good health, peace and I happiness.
Wonder what Senator Fletcher had city. When it i Ls claimed that prices are 'ttr light and ftill others' with ithe!I )lighthouse j 4 o'clock yesterday night; Friday fair; gentle to mod\ I i

thrown into his::: wastebask that set fire high, the grocer 'nUll1 passes the buck to but one light. Driving on the county -(!i afternoon with :i shower in honorof : orate easterly winds, becominf THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KEY WEST ,
road like this is exceedingly i the approaching marriage of northerly Friday. ( .a..........e...e..e.e.
to it.-Tampa Tribune. Whatever it was, wholesaler and the wholesaler in turn I
dangerous. Traffic rules are violated I their college mate. Miss Josephine' ......- .-
it certainly: was hot stuff. places the blame on the prevalent high in all parts of the city with Park. Many games were played
freight i rates. impunity. I I I during the afternoon: Prize win- ICII.AT.I"I.lII IIIP V.lI.ATAf'IP.: PGI'l4t

Another the i I irtrs i were Misses Rebah Herriek,' ,
reason why d
A respondent! wants to know grocers )
Editorial: Comment: "In God Grace Romaguera and Consuolo
whether stars really fall. Well, they fellon not advertise their prices i Ls the claim that We Trust" used! to be tale motto>; Watren. Delicious refreshments

Alabama. And those Alabama stars their competitors) make fractional reduc- of the American people. Now,*were served.

fell on Stanford with a vengeance.The tions after the prices are made public and t -- -- -- -- - II HOLIDAY SPECIALS i iI

I thereby lose business instead of gaining it I >. I

trouble with these long lanky through advertisements. This can be I i I

reformers is- that they are too damnably obviated by all the grocery men of consequence The Never-Tiring I Gift For The Family That Last Thru The Years

intolerant. They forget that those whom advertising in one issue of The I -- II d I GUARDIAN

they denounce are human. They also for- Citizen. I

get that it is HUMAN[ to err,.hut DIVINEto That the margin of profit i is so small I 6 of your CYPRESS LAWN FURNITURE:
forgive. that ndveitiing i.s: impossible is specious 61t ; , .
argument because it i is proven that advertising $4.uO 1.- : .: '
is .I Y' Single- Chair. -.:'..._:.;._...,_..... '
The merchant who does not adver- not an expense but an invest- THE ICE MAN I .Of'.. ., I. "f. )' ';' .. ... '. .
ment that is certain 1. "
: to bring profitable ro- .
f b 5.SQ ,
tiiejiurts himself far more than ho does - i Who! appears?!? like clockrft'eTefylday I + i '. .: .* Double Chair'fl..r.-g'"j.....,............._... .. ,
the newspaper) and as! a matter of fact, he = : of the 11 ::'-ii J v
r year -
helps) his competitor who does: advertise in POWER PLAN OPPOSED I r with, a load of pure health- I .""*' .""it*-" ,"..hdds.Chair! ,-' _-,-:.-:;..':......._._. 3.00' '. . .'r
the loss of trade through his; lack of far- , protection? .
i ) -- : 6.50 Whether the goverment can lawfullygo YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course, S Bench ...-.--.....---.-

into the electric power business in competition HP never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor 4.50MIRRORSFANCYFOUR
week The Citizen cautioned editorially
with )private companies on the whirr lIe always saved you dollars and cents. Rocking Chair '''--'-'--'-'''.
never to sign i to
your name anything -
large scale planned by the TennesseeValley ; BEAUTIFUL DESIGNSTO

without We are advised first? reading that there the superscription. i i-? at least- Authority will probably go to the CALL NO. 8FORPURE SELECT FROM _..................-. . ._.. ... .. ..."..$1.65
Supreme Court of the United States for I
one exception ; it is not necessary to read I
the hotel register \\ithout signing -CONSOLE SETS; SER-
: your
The constitutionality of the act creat-
ing the Tennessee Valley Authority is being '
challenged in the courts, and op- I

In 1928 Abyssinia. and Italy signed a ponents of the government program con- ICE REFRICERAORSMade ", Single Pieces --_.----._..$ .
treaty providing for arbitration in all dif- i
tend that even if the act itself i is constitutional .

ficulties for a period of 20 years. But a, : the extensive plans announcedby o{. ".. N 2 Piece Sets -___ .
soon: as trouble bubbled between the two of All Metal-Equipped With I c, .
the Authority greatly exceed those authorized -

countries, Mussolini[ did not bother about by the law, and are therefore il- WATER COOLERSThey're I f- :'i 3 Piece Sets ---..._-_...- .
arbitration but used his power to do as he legal. ;

wished. The treaty is another scrap of Federal Judge Grubb of Alabama in Economical! 100 Per Cent I II IVORY! CHINAWARE Piece Sets-4 Plates, (

paper. a recent ruling inclined to the view that''I Refrigeration SatisfactionPriced 7 Spacers;'4 Cereals, per set --..-..-..-.-..-..-.
*....-o ', '. "' *? i
the TVA ,
was exceeding its authority, and i; '. best"i

Japs are becoming increasingly I interested :strongly: intimated that the act creating it i I I at ,

in our coast defenses. In Florida was unconstitutional. A case now pending Open Until 7 P. M.

two are under suspicion for foolin' around 1 before his court will bring a definite decision I $30 and $35EASY

with cameras-one in Key. West and the : on the points in question. The case

1' other in St. Petersburg. These sons of the I will doubtless bo carried to the Supreme I n "
1 midnight sun can get really good picturesin Court in any event.In ';;1 :

the interior of this beautiful .;tnte, but f an advisory opinion involving the I! ............... 1 South Florida Contracting & : !;

have a hankering for water-front scene same points, Newton Q.? Baker former 'II I* Plume Sto

Perhaps they have inside information that secretary of war, and James .M. Beck, ;' .

water-front property is. coming into its noted constitutional lawyers recently held ; Thompson's Ice Company, Inc. "Your home is worthy of the

own again and desire to get in on the that the act under which the TVA is .
I -
operating is unconstitutional. l V .IIII.1.1.1II'.I.1II.1'.I.1.1I.1.18I.1llj

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........................ ........................eToday's Kentucky lawyer, judge Union 1 1
FERA RehabilitationOf I j 1

City Of Key West I FOLLOWING I Cumberland Co., Ky. Died at I II 11 DECIDE RAIL FARES

I THIS AFTERNOONi Anniversaries ,I Louisville; Jan. 12, 1875.' BIWARDHONORS THIS MORNING,
I .
Continued:: from Pace OP** THROUGH (nr A..aetat.4
nursery at the Key West Library i I .................o..a .. 'I 1819-Thoma\ Hiil Watts, Alabama -I NANKING. J... 3-

ras been cultivated. I ACEVEDO STARS AND NEWLY 1711-Richard Gridley, the: lawyer Attorney-general in Arrangements: are being: made! I| Lieut and Mr.( Fred II. llesi I Height, not ale, determine
I (By JOVE) colonial who j the Confederate cabinet, Alabai :la for a pocket billiard tournament : ser and baby. Joan
In Key West, where there is nc military engineer at I i who have whether a child U ..titled to

frost anti where uany tropical I;; ORGANIZED TEAM ,s ........................ 64,Cambridge joined the and Continental laid out Armyat the(j' Ala.governor Died, born at Montgomery in" Butler, Sept Co., I r 1 to month.take Some place players some have time already this I r 1 1I I II | been spending the Christmas holiday ;i ride at reduced far. oa tn.

plants that will grow nowhere!i TO PLAY I f The Senior Baseball League is works on Bunker Hill the night I'llC, 181)2.) j jj 1 I announced their willingness to enter with :Mrs. Hester's part'nts'i i Sl.anrlaAi.HaaccLow nilwa,.

else in Continental United States i; about to start playing for the before the battle, born in Boston. I I II :I the tournament. Prizes will! Kev. and Mrs. James S. Day leftover The ticket-taker of the
j 1835-((100 years ago) Larkin the highway this I i
flourish, the beautification division thereare Died June 21, 1796.1793Lucretia I be given to the winners. morning for railway had to maay ar.menta (_-
1935 pennant, and SQ far i I
; Goldsmith Mead, noted American]
San Pedro
has found ample opportunityto This afternoon the Acevedo : Any one who wishes! and thinks I Cal, where Lieut. i with mothers over the
four clubs ready to enter. 11culptor.i professor of culture at i ij i that of Hesser will join the U. S. S. !i
they are capable
its work. the :I competling I age of children that the railway *
carry on Stars will cross! bats at Navy ,
Out They are the rivals, Sluggers and C. Mott( Phil-j: Florence, Italy. born at Chester-1 I for the prizes may give: their :Medusa to which ship he has been authorities decided to
at the' botanical
golf course a Field with the newly organized ] adelphia Quaker preacher, one of:, field. N. II. Died Oct. 15, li 10. j ji ordered
to duty Officer.Before .
garden has been started,,I Pirates; the Stars of Acevedo, I Ii : names to Ray Curry of the Recreiation i as Pay i simplify the problem.
Tropical baseball!! club. I II the most ardent of her day seek-!i i ij Department. FERA.: reporting in they will
find plants are sent from the :I and a new club named the Trop I I I Today the ticket" takerscarry
I'lant I The new club is getting in ing equal rights, horn at Nantucket j 1840-Father Damien (Joseph j I 1 i i A schedule of the games will be drive up to Portland. Ore, for a ruler Children under
Introduction the
Station of icals. This team will be sponsored Mass. Died Nov. 11,.de Veuster). Belgian
Federal Government at Chapman shape to play in the Senior Base-: missionaryto !i drawn up and published. I visit with Lieut. Hesser's mother. 2 feet. 6 inches. are considered
I will I I by a brewing company of Tam- 1880. ,( the leper of the South Sea. ,': This tournament is sponsored Howard M. Day also left this let than four of
Field, near Miami. Cooperatingvith ball League of 1935, which years
the I pa Fla. This club is the youngest! born. Stricken himself with leprosy; by the Recreation Department of i I II I morning for Stetson University at .i arc and ride free. Those
State Department of start its season shortly I I club in the league in the matter of 1803-Douglas Jerrold, English and died, April 15, 1889. the FERA. i DeLand. He has been home for measuring between 2.6 and 4
Agriculture and with the Federal i i
I Mr. Fabian of Tampa is the 1 I I humorist and author born. Died I ,
I the with
i holidays his Rev.
parents. feet 4 inches rated a
of *
Department of Agriculture, most years of its players, and its ors Ii are
of the plant life the island has manager and the team representsthe I s I! ganization.This June 6, 1857. 1862 Woods Hutchinson?1: lie health born in England. Died I I and :Mrs.:\ Day, while Miss Olive I I between 4 and 12 year of
been destructive company with which Mr. I I ; -' American physician lecturer and!i at Brookline, Mass., April 26, .: Day. a daughter, left today for I I ale and ride at ladE fare.
sprayed against
any I" ,j author, pioneer in the field of j I
pub- 1930. the week-end
insects. Fabian is connected. afternoon the Tropical j i I in Miami I]I I All others are "adult"

Compost pits have been dug by On Sunday the Tropical nine nine will play an exhibition game --- --- --- -
the department no! that all vegetable will play against the Sluggers; ina with the Acevedo Stars. Sunday -- - -- -

matter which might otherwise doubleheader. The first game they will tackle the strong Sluggers I
find its way to the incinerator will be played by the Stars and of Roy Hamlin. The Tropical ; r r rage r r.

or on to the tcavenger boat, Pirates. I I nine has a good bunch of play A
is mixed with oth- ers but they will be little I = = = =
now preserved, =:=
___ _ __ ___ __.. _
The Institute
Franklin ......
tr matter-- Ulalvaged from I nervous playing against the big -,, r- s--rs- _-_ r- _- _-... + raaaasaaaar- _-
garbage and trail which otherwise -I I at Philadelphia has on exhibition I It leaguers. They all belong to the s= == .:::.-. == == == === ====== -.ftk/
would be destroyed-and a collection of over 1,500 specimens -' Junior League and they have lined = = =" =- = ==-"-"==. = = = .,
"' -- -
Made useful fertilizer.. More I! of wood from all parts of] up the following players: Joe -.- -- !t _: ::= = == ;;.::..-=- = = :
than 200 large truck: loads of this I the world. Navarro behind the plate, a good *S J gl: E | j

kind; of material have been hauledfor I hitter and' thrower; in the box )
fuse of; department I The proposed} Pan-Amerihn I they will have II. Wickers, Sal- ::
The golf course on Stock Island. highway,. which will-stretch from I inero and :M.:\ Sanchez; at first, -.. ..
has been put in .A-l'Vondition' by Alaska to the southern tip of Castellano, who promises to be a :
..= ::::
I = : .. ... =
the department. and golfers n'I\V''1 South America, is considered the i iI star; ate 'st.'condIartinez::\ ; at W" --- -- -.,-. ---.----- ..... A
T --- - - -........ .-. - --
find. the .little of the I longest road project in the world' third, C. Garcia a good hitter And _- _-_-_- -_ -_-_ _-_-4 -__ -_- -..-..... .-_-. -_ _ __
counqone ==: :=::==: -= =--=. _- --= -= = = === ::::::: ---
most! delightful imaginable.The I thrower; at short, Dick Navarro; - -- .. --- --- "-- -- -- I-"
nAirI -- - - -
Sonlh IJcach'{ : has been the Key West Tropical Op in the outfield, A. Hernandez,. a - - - -. =
cleaned, the Martello Towers have Aquarium which probably will he good left hand hitter; Alfonso a
been made more attractive by come one of the outstanding good outer gardener, and one of
cleaning and beautifying the, places of interest in the United i I the pitchers named. .
grounds aroui.d them, and in other -'I States. The aquarium has been I t
work the .city has been made .very nearly completed by the Administration I I Manager Fabian tried to geti _

more lovely because of the activities I I having been started I'I i Barcelo. a good outfielder and a : -AEflo _
of the beautification d'par1-1 under the Civil Works Administration -"I heavy hitter against any kind of : .
ment. I last winter. Here it is 1 pitching, but he ii working and
Touri:'ts have already started I that tourists will find one of the : cannot play So the boys with 1

arriving in Key West-which, after most unique spots on the island;I I this club will give the spectators
all, was the purpose of the re- for nowhere else can tropical fish a run for their money.In .
habilitation program undertaken be kept in very nearly native conditions r I

by the Florida! Emergency Relief !, as they can in Key West. i I the Junior Baseball; Leaguethe
Administration in July. Because of the unique experiment i outstanding stars so far are: nt

The Administration, however, being carried on here in the :I Most! times at bat, Castellano, 40;
has left no stone unturned to be sociological field and because of I'I most runs scored, A. Hernandez, t
ready for them. Virtually every the action taken by the City ': 11, followed by John Navarro. 10;
house! apartment and room on Council and Board of County Com most hits Barcelo and Castellano,
the island available for rental missioners when they petitionedthe 12 each; most total bases!, Barcelo.
has been listed and most of them Governor to take over their 21; most doubles, II. Wickers andA. At
have been rented already. More offices early last July, Key West i; Hernandez, 4 each; most t\
than a thousand letters have been at the outset received much pub- I i triples, Barcelo and Domenech, 2
written to individuals J giving details licity. Since that time hundredsof I c-ach.
of housing and other condi- news stories have appeared in I I II I _

tions in Key West. All fishing the daily press, scores of photo-I Barcelo' has one home run to
boat and guides available have graphs have been reproduced by his credit; most stolen bases.
aWbeen listed. newspapers throughout most of Rueda, 5, followed by Baker, 4; a
Because of the apparent good the country east of the Rockies most sacrifice hits, Machin( and I
tourist season this year, the Casa and scores of articles have appeared Sevilla, 2 each; most times struck I
Marina Hotel has opened its' doors in magazines of various : out, Alvarez. 12; most bases on

after being closed for two sea- Jercriptions. i I' balls, A. Hernandez. 7; most runs
fons. A school for hotel employeshas Such papers as the Denver Post, batted in, Bareclo. 15. I t G
been conducted and it is hoped New York Times, Cincinnati Inquirer ,
that many of those employed at Atlanta Journal, Washington -;; The leading hitters are: I \ \ t

the Casa Marina( will be local resident Herald, Christian Science ,I Pla'erAn R. II. Ave. '
*. Monitor and numbers of others, KVUtal ....w... 4 0 3 .750 \_" L 0"I.
Nearly every phase of life on in such widely scattered localities -i i C. Garcia .... 18 5 9 .500 I 1

the island and the Keys! has been have published much material Sterling .......... 12 2 R .500 I
catalogued by the research and dealing with Key West. Time : J. Carbonell ..- 6 l' 3 .500 i ,I. FOR YOUR MOTOR .

statistic" division, and many other Magazine and a host of other Valdes _.._........ 2 0 1 .500 I
activities have been carried on widely known popular and travel' Joe Navarro ..24 3 11 .458 I

by it. among them, organizationof magazines/ have used material{I'Rueda ............ 24 6 11 .458 )
a re-assessment and taxation dealing with the activities here, I Barcelo .......... 27 8 12 .444 :
committee which has nearly completed focusing attention of the nationon I, Domenech .....- 25 6 11 .444 '
this section. R Machin ...... 10 4 4 .400 I .. 0 S
West t t t
a survey of Key I : Ii a r 5 ". Vaporizes at lowest temperature-quick warm-u p- "
properties with the end in view In other fields the publicitydepartment : Villareal.... ..20 6 8 .400 .

of more equably assessing property has been no less ae-'!' M. Sanchez .... 20I 8 .400 minimum choking. .w.
valuations here. tive. The Key West Hospitality M. Acevedo ..12 3 5 .400
Another development in the League was formed under its !I L. Hernatylez 10 2 4 .400 .Yi

first half year of the Key West! sponsorship\ ; the Coral Wheel Club j i r I A. Hernandez 28 11 11 .371
Administration'' activities has was organized and the Key West been J the establishment; of passenger -,,.Historical .Society came' into being. -1; Alfonso ... 31 5 11 .354 0 u t Cli I i m b s Highest antiknock rating ever offered for land see
I r i \ 'J. ' fc II i.
plane service from Miami. :One' entire! edition of the Florida t ......................ft* .r.. Vice-no carbon knocks. .. . ,.-> _; .....
The fir;t flight was made on No- i! '. '!' .! V '. .
vember1 25, and since then the Motorist Magazine was given over Today's HoroscopeYou I ., ... .' < r en'. Jff&i I'" ,' "

t lan?' has been operating three to Key West and the department 1 I i I........................ '/' ., ..J..1 "t,1 ttyii' .
times week until January 1 aidedn gathering material for '
rhen''daily a service started. that magazine. i have a well-balanced nature OutPowersOutClasses Complete vaporization produces all poiver? -no-,1': ': lp.! '. ;;'".

* With seven artists-all finds of With the turn of the year the I I and1.will show zeal: in carrying ,.t.: it' ;
the Public Works of Art Project Administration can look to the i immediate out your plans. There is a dragging-less crank-case.dilution.. 4 -. : J'.i -

located here, the Administrationhas job of caring for Key I sensuous: crafty tendency that
done much t., add to the cultural West's tourists and making properfacilities I I may work well toward success, by vV
value of Key Wes The for their pleasure available I loading! you to act carefully and '

artists have become' an integral I with little apprehension, if i I I quietly. Avoid all tendency to anything Has the highest specifications ever applied to motor ,':
)part of the community, and have ; the next phase of operations is toI; cruel for this would grow .
turned out for the Key West Administration be as successful as the first.! ion you. Work and work hard gasoline. .; .

1C9 water colors i -- --- -.-. .:
--- -- - -- -
most of which have been )placed in..
exhibits in various parts of the

country.Boston Washington New York, $ Out. Ah e ad.. Virtually :gummy or' sticking.valves' '

Philadelphia, Cincinnati and oth I to cause loss of power.. .
er cities have some of the painting ,.
*. while other are included ina A SPLENDID STRAIGHT WHISKEY .F:-.,:
,I .
traveling exhibit being! carriedon -
h a division of the U. S. { AT A MONEY-SAVING PRICE! ; -!
} ,
.f a-NEW fuel :,
Treasury Department. i Outstanding. Positively -unlike and amazingly,-. ;

The mural artists which are started to be placed workon i OJ superior to any gasoline ,heretofore sold. ..'::'. i ,.

in semi-public establishments in J"l: ' .
Key West and are expected to inj7Ava -t J.....p: .1 ,.:> :" "

UItth(' attractiveness of these ._ .f. ;,
places immensely te a-1 '. ,
Thirty posters have been completed ., Judge 'It. only when unmixed with other fuel .' < ..
by the !croup of artists and ? 100 1 I PROOF 1 0 rii .

two stamps have been designed i No Increase in price-sells-for only 2c a gallon more than Crown.Gasoline .
whieh placin on
are suitable for
letters goine out of the city. 1 BtiiT1Iid

Artists did the paintings reproduced i
in the Key West booklet 1
This booklet considered perhapsthe "
most attractive and unique 1I

ever put out by a city in Florida,I i "OK for taste!" says the man with

ha been sent to persons throughout -, the educated palate.'OK for value!" Ryeu Straight rsiry STANDARD OIL COMPANY
the United States. Its first i
; says the man with the limited bud
edition consisted of 25,000 copies, F
and it has been requested by so i get. Why not try a bottle of this good '_"Jl/"'!"*_**

many persons throughout the nation -I whiskey and judge for yourself?
that a second edition of the i INCORPORATED KENTUCKYt ,
fame number of copies has )keen I
issued. pENN-aL&aYIAND CORPORATION. A Dmuom of Nttioul
Artists will do the murals for I E.iN OSc.i, US a..s,.,. New Y. ,. .J T h r. .-



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................................................ ........................,........................ Stone Claims FERA CARD OF THANKSWe -

SOCIETY PERSONAL MENTION Program In Key West wish to thank our family

I :x: : : ................. ............................... Productive Good Results neighbors and friends who assistedus

Airs. Alfred DeBairitt and j I B. 1tI:. Duncan of the FERA engineering in any way during the death

9BRI Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress daughter, left yesterday afternoon ,I department left yes (Continued from Fage'One) of our loved one, William Bernard
to spend a few days in Miami. \ terday afternooQ for Lower Mate I Buckley. Especially do we appre-
care to spend their time planting
'PHONE 752-J cumbe. ciate their kind words of sym-
SYNOPSIS Trench "She's
: an 014 tub belonging to II
fcat been ami to each call hat on told Sir the William other Jerry" -I explained: "a little eight. ................................................. i 1 flowers could plant these instead pathy, the use! of their cars and
Avon chat ht knows of the mytlenovtdisappearance ton cutter just big enough for threeof l Clarence U. Allshouse, Jr., who 1 1I This activity would provide for the lovely floral tributes. We assure .

milluins. tchich of hat formula teen stolen worth us." Key West,Society Makes Ready !was spending the Christmas vacation Dave Griner, who had been : the table of the persons plantingand one and all that their kind
from Uolly O'Brien Now Molly "You see the notion?" resumedher !II with relatives, left yesterday: spending the Christmas season1 if the extensive ness will never be forgotten.
and pat*Jerry the paper art making: A cfc plant hat to been re- owner with enthusiasm "If we For Further Social Activities afternoon to i join his parents in,: with rehAKVs, tyft
amazed to find that the man namrdBtellman go round by water we shall have I I Miami and be'ready for the open. Opa-Locka, where'he is' employed garden could be disposed: of at Wire
who threatened him ir<(Jl --
death if ht did not hand over She them completely flummoxed. Be ing of school. "* at the Naval 'Reserve Aviation MRS. NORWARD ROBERT
formula <. known tn Kir William sides. It will settle all the difficulty After a strenuous round of holiday relatives and friends, with din- I field. vf-r Avon a. "Peter Orloff. celebrations Key West: society I ner-parties teas and bridgeparties : left'yesterday Mr. Stone mentioned Senator
of keeping you out of danger.If they Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Parker I I EUGENE BUCKLEY
LaFolIette of Michigan and
don't know where you are they can't enjoys a, brief lull before galore. afternoon for their: JCIBTHarry > Brother.
Chapter 2i hurling itself into plans for fur I On New Year. Eve. there other visitors who had remarkedon
very well cut your throat""Would was, I home at Plantation after being in Schuck who has been WILLIAM J. BAKER.
the of
EAVESDROPPERJERRY you mind roughing It a ther and even more hectic activi. of course the uUerJy magnificent; Key Westwith relatives during I spending _4he bolid/iyg with his beautiful appearance jan3-lt Nephew.
bit. Molly I asked. "It won't be as ties. ft;-'' I Opening Ball at Casa ,Marina, an family left Monda '*for l\IObile.i the city, it. warmth and congenial

sat up and stared at me comfortable as the Mauretanla you The highlights of the period between affair of the first magnitude and II the holidays.' i I II i II Ala., where he will resume his. atmosphere and said that many
I !
"You're done very know." I others had commented on the Subscribe to The Citizen.
and New
Christmas Eve
an unprecedented success. Society duties with the Standard Dredging ;
well. Nick. 1 don't often pay you Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida number of in and
bicyclists light
"Don't be stupid. Nlck.she returned Year's with the West i '
". I began Key turned out en masse, and in their I Company.
complIments. but . "What 1o I care about comfort Junior Woman's Club Tea Danceon fine trappings ushered in the New Emergency Relief Administrator attractive costumes seen at all t

"Walt a moment "Interjected. ? Why I'd go anywhere In the Christmas Day at the Colonial Year with a simply gorgeous left on the Steamship Cuba last times on the street. MONROE THEATERMadge

"You haven't heard the most important world with you two." Hotel a highly-colored andemint'ntly ;i flourish. evening for Tampa to be gon J. Lancelot Lester, Jr., left Noises Abated Evans-Robert Young in
part yet" "I suppose you know this creekor about two weeks. THE DIAMOND
successful affair attended 1 I The Country Club held a dance yesterday afternoon for Miami Noises of automobiles have DEATH ON
As briefly as I could I went on to whatever It Is, Jerry 1 said. Tobinin
by all the members of the also on New Year's Eve,, and it where he will consult an eye specialist been greatly abated and this had Frank Morgan-Cenevieve
describe ter Orloff our and encounter my staggering Mr.discorery Pe- sounds"Judging a pretty by Avon's awkward description place to it '( younger social set. 1 I also was a huge success with Dr. N. C. I'intado left yesterday and remain there for a few I occasioned remarks by a number BY YOUR LEAVE Orches

with regard to his identity. get at" On the same day MVs. Wallace:: members of the younger set, not afternoon for Miami for a days before returning to resume\ of visitors who expressed pleasure Matinee: Balcony lOc;
I'1 I few days and returning will stop his studies the of Ira, 15-20c; Night 15-25c
"You may think I'm quite mad." I "Oh. I know It right enough. rYe Bryant Kirke held an informal, quite so decorous as their elders at University at this change in conditions. I .I
afternoon reception for winter but bubbling0 with the for a short visit with relatives in Florida. "So much change has taken
finished "but I never felt more certain been In there twice. It's a sort of perhaps, I'
of anything In my life. I'd recognize shallow estuary, haIr.way up the guests to the city, a charming and'I 1 sheer beauty of youthful enthusiasm Homestead.Mrs. place in the past few months,",!

the bruta's voice anywhere. coast between Shoeburyness and beautiful gesture, much enjoyed, enjoying an unforgettably said Mr. Stone "that piany papers Fish, Birds and Deer Heads
He's Stellman right enough you the Crouch. No one puts In thereas by the visitors, who were, we believe I I grand evening Norman Lee arrived yesterday r John Spottswood who was i in the state have written Mounted
can take my word for It-and now a rule because there's nothing to mildly astonished at such I' And so now, with 1935 three from Indianapolis| Indiana I i spending the holidays with his tic articles about Key | CECIL GRAY

perhaps you'll suggest what we're go for. Apart from that, there's a graceful hospitality being dispensed -.:' days on its way out, society temporarily to upend( a while with her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert The administrator sailed last, TAXIDERMISTFin1 ,

going to do about It" beast of a sand bar right across the to strangers but which I; rests on its \\vvJI-t\arnc I hcr-in-law and sister, Mr.* Spottswood left yesterday afternoon evening for Tamjia.:. From there" 'WWk:? Tte ton.blei frricet?

It was Molly who was the first to entrance that you can onlj'get over hospitality is as much an essential -,I and by no means meaner.laurels, pistil Urn. Samuel fierce. She was for Gainesville Ga.', where he will go to other cities, includ.[ Phone 170-W
speak.. "1 know what I'm going too at high water. first lime 1 was he i is a 1S nt RiV Mili. 319 Fleminc ,
: The : part of Key West as the very If the holiday activities, arQ ,any accompanied by her daughter I ing JackwHUjJJe, I
*:>," she said. "I'm going straightto there I stack/bn.Jt.tor:elglit.hours' oral which is.jts base. I indication of the things ;to [cornQ :Miss Norma Lee. > tary A i1en ... hi ''afl aft-;; anv.\l :ri.range r eat ivJ.ia H (
the Cathedral and I'm to and drowne 'tJ1 f .
going nearly
myselJ, ( From; Christmas, Day to New: -then we can, inikejj,.,Jo<4k, ,/orj I vi I 4 Miami b : ; :
light a candle to Saint Anthony. Iprared "Well",, now, y.o u'Ye ,bad j a rehearsal Year's Eve_ there. was constant,| ward to a season of unparalleledgaiety Mrj Ross C. Sawyer and daugher ', : tennetl Early m the j AJliK heJjriU;jl i
to him specially last 1. re9q Z.BDP& yo'uTjf. i Mr. and Mrs. | } ddI.kton : ..
for and / < returned yesterday I liver JjrVKeiy eJ' bjfore'the i"I
entertaining visiting festivity. > Betty a
and you see he's beginning Dlght.1 beless/ciomsr.-/ ,,. / *.. fl' 1 '1 I who'wE'days spending'th*** >K
I ?* :
n _ ,I.. I II from i a. short visit with relativesand Committee of One Hundred, 4RCHE. ;
us.already. "When quJred here with
,can.,we, starjtrt,.I -- - -- -- Mrs. Kiddleston'smother j .
"And jolly useful bit of Td like to friends in Miami. I -a1teJ'\\-ards.wiU broadcast. ..
a work Molly. gee away as soon I' Mrs. Eliza: Almyda on
too." Jerry turned to me. "Whydidn't as we can." I Order Of Eastern Star To Hold Olivia street, left over the high-j story of Ksy West from 11 o'clock GROCERY"The
1to 11:15 from Station WIOD
you tell Avon? I Mrs. Eddie Saunders arrived woy today for their home in ,

"I really don't know." 1 admitted. "jrs no use until the keys turn Installation Ceremonies Friday yesterday for a visit with relatives Tampa. Mr: Kiddleston who is 1( Miami Beach. I Store That Serve

"Partly. I think because It all happened : up." I pointed out "Avon will I : and friends. Liquidating Clerk in the Custom,
Bead them -- I The total in all You Beat"We'll
so suddenly and partly because - probably along tonight; membership
Service called
be seemed to be under the I he's got my address Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of Address, Rev. J. S. Day. Mrs. Ida Archer, who was back. was unexpectedly 'church denominations in the United help hold down your

Impression that we were a couple I "111 run down tomorrow anyway" Eastern Star, will hold a public Selection by audience "Iiieht I spending the holiday season in States is nearly 61000000.

of well-meaning mutts. I don't like said Jerry "She'll want a certain installation of officers tomorrow Be The Tie That Binds." Miami with relatives returned ....................... GROCERY BILL-yet provideyou

being despised-jvcn by a million amount of overhauling so as likelyas evening, beginning at 7:30 The following are the officers yesterday. Approximately 72000.000 people with the choicest and

aire. not I'll sleep on board. and come o'clock. to be installed: CLASSIFIED attend moving picture theatersin freshest vegetables, fruits andgroceries.

"It gives us a freer hand any back and fetch yon in the car next The installing officer will be Mrs. Catherine Williams, Henry Carey and Joseph Torris, the United States each week. .

how. Jerry observed' with a consid-- morning. Mrs. Myrtle\ Huston; Mary Lowe, Worthy Matron.' K members of the C. C. C..unit at COLUMN
erable relish. \Ve lie his face all alight
know jumped
something up.
marshal!; Lucy Goshorn, assistant Frederick Knapp Worthy Sulphur Springs arrived yesterday \\\\\U""I/I/ ONE STOP SERVICE
the getting'back to
about the blighter that no else at prospect of
his marshal; Bernice Park chaplain;;, Patron. having been honorably discharged ........................ .
does except DmitrL" lie paused. "I beloved hobby. "We must have
Whether ne d Mats,
Ruie Roberts Amelia Miss Nellie Louise Russell As- SPEND you
; at the expiration of six I
wonder whether he has any Idea a drink on the strength of this ha MISCELLANEOUSCASH
Camus bearer. sistant Matron. Turtle Fruits, Oysters,
flag Fish ,
that you spotted him?" continued. "I don't know whether months service YOURVACATlDN1
"I don't think so." I said. "I'm not Molly ." There will be a flower garden Mrs. Irene Adams Secretary. PAID for used furniture. Vegetables or Dairy Products\ ,

even sure that he noticed me. I lIe stopped abruptly In the middle scene in connection with the ceremonies Mrs. Bertie Higgs, Treasurer.Mrs. Mrs. Benjamin Lowe and two 1013 Southard street. call Archer's Grocery.We .

slipped Into the ear: directly I heard of the sentence and looking up. I with Lena Bervaldi as. Mary Lankford, Con. children who were visiting during declT-lmox

his voice" saw him standing tense and motion flower girl. Escorts will be Marguerite ductress. the holidays with relatives left : THIS YEAR IN : meet all competition with

"It's a pity we're not certain. If less staring over our heads In the Goshorn Dorothy Dungan, Mrs. Lorena Saunders As- yesterday afternoon for tne homein AUTO SERVICE low prices and bfh! quality

he did. and If what Avon told you direction of the screen. Rose Mary Saunders, Winifred:'I sistant Conductress.Mrs. I Miami. I FLDRIDAjOfgourHEALTH
about him is rlgnt things look like "What on earth. ?" I began. Shine and Lake Smith. I Ellen White Chaplain. I CARS WASHED, POLISHED, PROMPT FREE DELIVERY

being a bit hectic. These Russian "'Sb!" The floral idea will be carried I Mrs. Julia Brown, Marshal. I Mrs. Lucille Hall who was Painted and Greased. No. 3 Phone 67 814 Fleming,Sl"

lads don't stick at much. They've With the swiftness and silence ota out in the costumes music and I Mrs. Myrtle Huston, Organist: spending a vacation in Key West Fire Station. dec7-lmo ,

pots of money and a devilish big organization panther he glided forward across presentations.Vocal I Mrs. Inez Steadman, Adah. with relatives and friends left //lJ \\
and 1' he thought there the room. Molly and I sprang to our solos will be rendered by: Mrs. Mamie\ Goethe Ruth. I yesterday for Miami. FOR RENT l-'.,\\\\

was the smallest chance of our giving feet and the next moment to my Alee Curry May Hill, Minnie j Sirs Isabel Knapp Esther. I ------
him to the police I rather utter amazement a struggling and ROOMS AND APARTMENTS
fancy that away Mr Peter Orloff might protesting figure was being hauledIn Robinson Ethel Asson, Janice i Mrs. Ruby Hyman M
be Inclined to turn nasty" unceremoniously through the Lewis. I Mrs. Made Smith, Elccta. relatives and their many dec22-lmox

"He wouldn't have far to turn"' open door. Dumbfounded as I was Vocal duet, Lena Collins and Mrs. Susie Skelton, Warden.' friends, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rob HOTEL LEAMINGTON

I observed. I recognized the man instantly. It Camille Robinson. I Mrs. Fannie Russell Sentinel. erts left yesterday for their homein COMPLETELY FU R N I S II ED I ri

"It's Molly! I'm thinking about As was the waiter from downstairs who Vocal solo, G. N. Goshorn, Jr., Jacksonville.Miss modern C-room house, including -
far as you and 1. ." had brought us our whisky accompanied by Marguerite Goshorn. : The public is invited to attend I garage. Centrally located.I: "MIAMI'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL" :

"Look here!" Molly straightened "What do you think you're do- I these ceremonies. Goldie Lewinsky daugh. Phone 47-J. jan2
: NE 11 Street at Blaca .. Boulevard
herself indignantly. "You've just got Ing." ----- ter of Mr. and Mis. Frank Lewin- : ,
to drop that nonsense or the whole Jerry thrust his captive back ----- -- sky who was spending the holi. VOCATIQNAL INSTRUCTIONWILL I :: Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biaca,.. Bay :
thing's off. I'm not standing for any against the wardrobe and stood regarding Tampa University Football Team day season with.her parents, left i : Oppotite Union Bo Station :
of the sweet sheltered fclrl business. him with baleful eyes. yesterday for Tallahassee to resume SELECT SEVERAL MEN I.

We're all in this together and If The fellow put up a shaking handto Entertained Here By FERA Unit her studies at Florida State mechanically inclined-now em : LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED

there's going to be trouble I'm readyto his throat I College for Women where she ployed-to train. during spare .

take my share of it." "I do not understand. I was doing I was -an honor student during time in ELECTRIC REFRIG.i: Single Room with Bath ..._....___....._____ $1.50 :
_ _ "You mustn't be angry with him." nothing. I. .- The Recreation Department of William Culbreth Manager and ERATION and AIR CONDI.
I said. "It's natural for a baronet -Don't lie to me. You were sneak- the FERA yesterday afternoon Hasus Castro, Trainer. i 1934. TIONING. Give occupationand : Double Room with Bath _._______ 2.00 :

to be a bit old fashioned. Ing about outside. trying to listento The young ladies of Key West I working hours. REFRIGERATION S .
entertained the football team of I Wheel Club Plans : ALFRED SIMONS, Manager. :
"Sorry! Jerry made her an apol what we were saying. acting as ing-partners were I' INST. Address BoxR. .

ogetlc bow. "Your fault you know, Tbe other made an obvious effortto have Tampa University with an informal the Misscn Annabelle Hill, Marie To Give Party ., care of Citizen. jan3-ltx I.. ...............................................
for being so beautiful. If anyonewent pull himself together. "You tea dance at R urs Club Thompson Clara Yates Tessie I
and stuck a knife into you It no right to say that,"be stammered."It Weintraub Alee --- -----
Miramar the Boulevard.The Falk, Celia Members of the Coral Wheel
". on
would sour the whole of my future is not true. .
". r'r1 arrived Curry, Katherine Diaz, Rose Club will enjoy a party tomorrow .I.I.I.I.I .1
life "Yes It Is. reoTte Je slclpusly. Tampa Spartans ."
"And. what's morei'yoVnad'thecheek in the afternoon from Crusoe Betty Curtis, Rose AppeL 1 ,ni ht..when they will ride around ,.' .' (p(, OhiiPJt, ,. )t.- j ts'1r.If 1" 1

Y laughed "I should be an- to' onea:' lha., d9or."-,He. advanced earjy Mary Lee Alsobrook, Edith Russell ] tie itjand. after which a special I :'4 lAI.1! v '. I' ,
lOLL '!' don't know Cuba, where; they had played a Nell Rose ,Knight,MIAngeJd will be served. I i! "
too She leaned across a step nearer. "I sUjJptT} 1"1-$1.$ .: i I"
to the writing-tAble and helped,herself who you, ir ',QT6here'z6u 'come victorious.,last game of the football Soldano, Ida Weintraub,.,.Mirs !,.! All cycling members who intend! Ot N' [ ;mw: ,I' : ( Y.fJ'' I .

to a clgarct "What's your from. but I'teapr.edaus: : good,mindto season with .University of N. Wilkins, Mrs. II. N. S.i'Jo.n.e.s, ,going for the ride and attending I.HI (' 11
Idea?" she demanded. "1 can see smash your! face In.*' : Ua.v na.t. Mrs. Eola Swict'good'IMr&.Js .the i supper are requested to com- h: 'L 1 r' ,_' ' e' ..
you've got some scheme or you It was ,a this point? ,tnat .I ventured The* ''visiting team comprised Ball and Mrs. Joseph Catesn .j 'mUiate with Mfrs. Kirtland in (; I r ". 1': F': I.:..:r' I :rli) 1.JC.IU'U: r, IV'" J10'HiIr
wouldn't be worrying about me." to Interrupt "Steady on fora Messrs. Augustus Muensch,_ The hosts included the f Messrs. order i that adequate preparationsmay C 'Ijjf IJJ' ,

"It's more than a scheme" returned moment," I suggested. "Let's hear Marion Lee Joseph Carr, Rudolph Victor Larsen, Joseph Cates, be made. '

Jerry. its an absolute brainwave what he's got to say" Rodriguez, "Red" Means Wilbur I Harry ahd Isidore Weintraub and Where the supper will be served Puts a General l Electric 'Ciftop"

We want to bud out all we "It Is all a mistake sr." Our visitor Gunnoe Ivan Williams, John Mas- Dr. II. N. S. Jones. has not been announced and will I

possibly ran about Osborne. and. as turned to me with a kind ot try Kenneth Hance, Emory Music was furnished by Bob not be until after the tour of the I!
Nick says the first chap we've got tremulous eagerness. "When I got Pinder's and some of homeThe
Brown Howard Stevens Ray Orchestra island is made. The group will!, refrigerator in
to see Is this farmer at Hambridge. downstairs just now I find that I I your
Addison the latest and complicated
Hearn, Ray Newell, John very meet at the home of Mrs. Kirtland i
Now can bet boots that have lost a ten-shUHt? note. 1 say
you your
Crockett Parnell, Eldon Cage,j i collegiate dancing was in evi who is chairman of the committee.
Orloff doesn't mean to let us out of to myself perhaps I have dropped It
William Goodwin.Edward O'Reilly i dence. planning the event.
In the I here againto
his sight He'll have someone shad passage. came up
John Cope, Harryi i Refreshments were served, and
owing us all the time and It we try see if I could find It" Walter Hoy
the afternoon much enjoyed "Liftop" has the sealed in mechanism # '
to go down there by road or train "How about tbe door?"I Inquired. McArtney, Marvin Chancy Phillip was Guests 01 Beavers ,

we shall simply be giving away the "Did that open Itself Paterson Robert Tramontana by both the Tampa Spartans and I I carries the five service plan and has
I Left
entertainers.To This MorningLester year S
wholo show." He made a gesture with his "Red" McEwen Backfield I II

"That's true enough I admitted. hands "I suppose I did not shut It the lowest operating cost of any electric .
-Still . ." properly when I went out I thoughtit C. Bernard of Cincinnati -' ""

"Half & second! Ho shot outa was closed-yes-but perhaps I Visitors ReturnTo I Give Bridge 0., who was the house guest refrigerator made. .._. :;.,"..

long arm and caught me by the was mistaken." Key WestThe Tea WednesdayNumerous during the holidays of Mr: and /, /i

sleeve. "Why shouldn't we go roundIn "Perhaps you were," I sail po I Mrs. J. F. Beaver, of 704 Wad.! :'4 s j. 'C

the Seagull! She's lying down at litely. Misses M. Mespoulet and weekly Bridge Clubs dell ''Avenue, left on the! return I

Leigh and it's only a question of "What's your na.met" demanded I that have heretofore entertained trip this- morning over the high.: Let,!us place one in! yourS

running over her gear and shovinga Jerry Eleanor Keller', of New York,i!at their homes'now,arrangedfor way. 11 tMr.'Iiernkrd I ,
few stores on board. I could have The man. who was evidently beginning City who spent a few days in '
; a bridge tea to be held next went in company, home on trial until July i
to recoTer his nerve turnedto
her ready for sea Inside twenty-four
Key West before '. the holidays i Wednesday afternoon .at Casa with Miss/Mary Beaver student
him half defiantly.
-- hours. KU- I are back'for another stay. Marina. u.I returning to Florida State Collegtfoi'W _-i
I slapped my knee with a resoundIng "Kllner. be replied.Jacob I firstat a rental charge a
These bridge teas promise to nsen, and Joseph Bea.
bang. "By Jove. you've hit m"! ner. I. These ladies on their previousvisit .
be an outstanding weekly event ver, Jr.:, !wh'()' fe bn his way back I II
I exclaimed. (Copyright. lU,. Fen FullUMng Co.) 'so'inurh ressed with
"What'a the Seagull?" Inquired were : I on the soial: carendarand anfdhg to' Spring'lIiW'Coflege' 'Alabama.i .of'l.OOpermonth. '
Molly Tomorrow. th, "Syndicate finds the excellent swimming, fishing the prominent society leaders of I fI'
a Job for Jimmy Fox.
and other sports that Key West Key West who will participate:,1 1 -

---- -- - has to offer that they have returned -'I are Mrs. William H. Malone\ Mrs. PALACEBig See us for complete detail ..

..............................8.................. Norberg Thompson Mrs. 0. S. Boy Williams and Marion I
to take further advantageof 1 .
I Long, Mrs. Lewis Pierce, Mrs. Shilling in HOLDS All THIS fOO11
REQUEST them. I Isabel Ball, :Mrs. H. C. Galey, THUNDER OVER TEXAS 2 'l.aiIk.2"pen.eN

Among other guests at Casa Mrs. Stephen W. Douglass, Mrs. Serial and Short Reel .. The ;: WestElectric I do*..cbccM ease C.I 2 Ib.CIM bvurrfpktt. frau

is earnestly!" requested by the Editress of the society Marina are Mr. and Mrs. Stuart I I Victor Moffett and Mrs. Clifford Matinee; lO-lSc; Night .IO- Oc Key I boul 1 chtrritt bottle e ccre.p 2 Ib*. Ss

column of The Citizen that Key Westers and winter visitors W. Cramer, of Cramerton, N. C.,I I Hicks. 1C1au.bco>.J Ib I *big.roH caC..ber e head j

who arrived yesterday over the i L i 2 Ibi.. .ora.-a S I baacla
having social affairs during the remainder of the winter BENJAMIN LOPEZ c."r Z fr.,.-a
highway and have announced CatchhigCoVICKS ? Co. -
season kindly! communicate with her at 311-J and give her their intention of remaining for I' I FUNERAL HOME lard 1 fir.MUU 2 lef.ow.viwmec r eea.twaen t Ib..

advance notice of such events. The Citizen i is eager to makea the season. EuUik 49 Y *n I qt. wuer bottle
2 fl.ltk f 0ii". uy* UO
sucata of this but it can only be accomplished by :your I' LT Wt'. OLleet''r A. F. AYALA, Sales Mr.. ic* ( bc :-i Ib*. of ice)

aid. and cooperation. Thank you-.and Happy :New Year! WORKS 514 MARGARET ST.' InjTlJI4va1I: many co d- 'r Uc..... Bbber \it'I" " " " " "

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