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 7, 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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-Associated Press Day Wire ' : I- Key West Florida has the I
Service. : 1it kcp JJ est Citizen( t most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the ; country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit

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Assist Ship R porLed : Aground:;' :. ENGINE: STOPS AIRPLANESERVICEPLANES S Enormous Deficit In Government

--. At End Of Fiscal Year



ANOTHERPROJECT Over Four Billion Dollars -
Mantanilla Reef Off f A half dozen Key West womenare I (IlT \....orl .ft SAME OLD POLICYSAME ANCE BY YOUNG WICKERS WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.- TINUED Is Amount Estimated -
Florida Coast giving volunteer service to
President Roosevelt
Key West in supervising the work to In Federal Operations -

LINES OF STRATEGYTO Captain Jack Harris Lewis R. congress today a budget calling Seaplanes of Miami-Key West I
of six_ colored women who havo IN NATIVE HANDI.!
Yesterday at 4 o'clock in the BE CARRIED OUT IN ISSUES Chappell William Brennan and for total expenditures of $8,520- Airways, Inc., operating between

the Wrecking Tug Warbler just completed training in genera CRAFT TO BE CARRIEDON
morning COMING BEFORE NEW Wm. E. Waddell, the last named 413,609 for the fiscal year begin. here and Miami will depart from
al maid service in a class conducted HERE
received' a call to go to the assistance (Hy A..MIa..d 1'rn.)
CONGRESSBy three are visitors, had an experience fling next July 1, offset by esti- Key West at 4 p. m., rather than
of the Ward Line Steamer \by the social service divisionof WASHINGTON Jan. 7w-Fed-
last Friday afternoon and mated total receipts of $3,991- 1:20 p. m., as at present, begin- eral
spending at the rate of $835-
Havana, reported ashore at Man. the Florida ERA here. Plans are being made by the so-
HRBERT PLUMMER Friday night which was, to say the 904,639. ning Monday, M. E. Gilfond, Act- 000,000 a month during the first
tantlla Reef, about>> 65 miles (romtLeFlorida (Ur As..ised rrcu The period being spent in private cial service division of the Florida
(WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.-Ap.I least, uncomfortable., homes, for, practice and This, would mean a deficit of ir.g Administrator for the Key lix months of 1935 resulting in a
c.t.WitLio ERA here to open a third women'swork' .
parenly McNary of-,) Oregon* republican .4 'Thepartyi I wenfrout-Friday..aft- ,thug>( l local: :i citizens ar*. aidingutbe I $4,528,508.970 for the,period and West. .(Administration. announced current fiscal year deficit of $4,-

; ,a brJeCetime; the reg.uarcrewnAae leader ofllt the,0seuat., fwhing. excursion .I QW,';m idiby I jsupervising,,.' their, i I project, in which training 869,418,338 and deot'peak
trnooniOi Po:" push the public debt to an all-timo this.morning following his'return I a gross
= additional number I Abo.utj2.o'cJotktha ngiueofothej }?ork.amd.:practice of thcL. know- \s I will be given in native handicraft. .
plant insofar as possible.totpu.riiAike ; lof $31.086,633.874. was orecasttoday
high of; $34,239,000,000 on June 'Miami of men from.Key West, totaling launclgavec-I.) ifluickr'i spaaJAc4ie J Jfdaa'jut. .attained.a. fdrUs1 I .,' Miss Nina G. Ryder, director of
same Uae of t;atfu in Reading i by Secretary Morgenthauin
,became still.Itir.en aiolrsb ttorkuwi&.beL rated -on a. baai&iefiappearanc 30,' 1936. 5 :! officials there.
34, in all,,were on the vessel. bit decimated Jort9.durei; gasp and. : '. cattiiudei.acd.U: actual the t division said this morning. I the treasury's annual report toconlre.l.
for,"abeuk 15. bours.rvwiih.ithalaunch "'
After being cleared by Manager the new session of congress as he four.milesfrom, shore/-: works, ,,. CUBA'BRINGS{;S'I IN t plans had been ,completed whereby Two'projects for women al- .

Charles Taylor, of the Porter employed in the last. During that period every effortwas Those who have volunteered to periodic excursion trips to r,'ady are in operation. The sewIng It estimates that tnditures

Dock the startedfor made to get the engine to supervising the practice of the Old Fort Jefferson the
Company ship 162 PASSENGERSThe Dry
I on and the mattress fac- of
At least that would seem to be new maids are Mrs. Norberg:; :; room the year would be V ,581,069-
function but.despite sage advice Tortugas will be offered.
the scene of the disaster. Thompson Mrs. Jerry Trevor tory employ a total of 211 women 026. including $4,644.613.852 for
the inference from the he
way scientific opinion and expert manipulation Mrs. Curry Moreno, Mrs. II. C Sightseeing trips over Key West
While no accurate details of each month she pointed out. relief
acted in pre-session maneuvers. not a revolution result Galey, Mrs. Hunt Harris, and Steamship Cuba, of the P. also are to be offered and these offset by receipts of $3.-

the Havana were given out it was ed. Mrs. Andrew Miller.COUNCIL i and 0. S. S. company, arrived will Be staged whenever the planecan It is expected that many articles 711,650,688.The .
One of the first things the tall,
learned that the vessel was bound All this time the weather was I Saturday afternoon from Havana be filled, it was announced which will be both valuable and predicted deficit would be

dapper Oregonian did upon his return not what could be correctly term- MEETS I with 104 first class passengersand The first excursion trip to Old interesting will be made from native -
from New York to Havana Cuba, $4.033.492,460 ia excess of the
six second class for
to Washington was to in- ed balmy or even tolerable, and Fort Jefferson probably will be materials. Although originally
with passengers and freight. After the spirits of the little companyof WITH CARBONELLCecil West;; 37 first and 15 second class offered Friday, following arrival! actual deficit at the end of the

quire if anyone knew what time for Tampa. of the plane from Miami, and its planned as women's project both last fiscal 'June 30, 1934.
would have suffered
anglers yeaon
the ship struck a number of I The vessel sailed 6:30 o'clock !'
passengers Robinson of Arkansas, the demo- I planned that the fin sightseeing men and women showing an apti-
from the general depression hadit II I for Tampa with 27 passengers The seen jy foresaw a con-
: plane trip West will
over Key
and 43 members of the cratic leader of the senate, would i
I tude for handwork will be trained
I not been for the exhilaration Carbonell and two associates and freight. oc staged Sunday.The I tinuance of .-avy operating losses

crew of 126 were taken on board :arrive. afforded by one of the party. from Miami met this morn Steamship Colorado of the excursions to Fort Jefferson -i to make marketable products."As due to emergency expenditures.

i lie wanted to talk things over Mr. Waddell who is noted for ing with the City Council at a Clyde-Mallory Lines arrived in and the sightseeing trips over'Key :' lie '
estimated the
the steamers Peten and Oceana with "Joe meeting for the port yesterday morning 9:55 soon as arrangements can treasury
I he explained in ef- special purposeof West are expected to enhance -
for the nearest Florida port. whichis feet, in an effort to figure out ability to please a raconteur of discussing the question of a o'clock with heavy shipments of the attractiveness of the ,be completed! instructors will come go farther into debt during the

I great versatility and a fund of street bus franchise asked for by freight for Key West. After discharging Island City considerably for tour-( to give two weeks of intensive fiscal year 1936 when expenditures -
what the
for the win '
Miami. plans were wit and humor, entertained with Mr. Carbonell a few days ago. :; the ship sailed for Tampa 'sts who are here Mr. Gilfond I training to local in- would amount to $8,520.-
ter. travel tales risque reminiscences After going over the matter and New Orleans. said.! The opportunity to see the persons offset in
413,609 by receipts
S part
Captain Peterson, in command Unlike Snell floor the Lighthouse Tender Larkspur, olEdgemore t j terested in receiving the training," ,
republican .and audacious anecdotes, until a applicants were requested tQ :sland from and variously colored $3,091,904.639 in

of the JIavana:} .is..reported saying boss of.the-'house- ..- he, -,refused,to be I happy thought was -engendered draw upita'proposal containing, .details ;' Delaware ,arrived- in waters. of .the Gulf ,u ul''Atlantic .I Miss Ryder said. -.Our. idea,isto_ deficit of of $4.S2fr,508,910 resulting;:; "and a
4 i to the'franchise and port yesterday en route to New use trained local
drawn as pre from the air have been arrangedwith people .on this
into an expression of his the debt
and said "Well the swelling public to
some one engine gross
that the ship is alright though views other than to indicate his I II sent this to the council for fur- Orleans La., headquarters of the that in mind. project if possible. Further announcements 34238823656.
is still etill, nobody pays any ther eonsideration.f Seventh District. .
leaking badly, with two holds filled willingness! to cooperate with the, Persons wishing:; to make these I will be :given; as soon A sharp paring-down in emer-
I I attention to the flares we have should
trips communicate with the
I majority. as plans can be perfected." gency expenditure items in 1936
with water. However being firm lighted let to chore." MiamIKeyVest Inc.
Reserving His Barbs I us row Airways at was forecast but an expected out

ly wedged on the coral shoal I Snell got lather "het up" when A grand idea and immediately I its ion.barge near the railroad sta- lay of $3.900,000,000 for "reliefof

there is said to be no danger of:I Byrns of Tennessee and other i,:i put in effect. Within a short time 1 f ii-[: TODAY'S WEATHER l CAPTAIN ENEAS unemployment" would bring:;
the of such to
I democratic leaders of the house' mariners arrived at the sand I II expenditures

the ship sinking. revealed their intentions of slashing -:1 i island opposite the Porter dock. : KNIGHTS.PYTHIAS I DIES IN MIAMI $4,122,011,475, or half a billion

This is the second disaster to a:I republican representation on I II '(where they were espied by young Temperature. S Florida: Cloudy tonight and less than expected in the present

vessel of the Ward Line in four( house committees to make room', William Wicker, who was netting,I Highest: ..........-........ ............ .... 74 Tuesday; probably occasional HOLD CEREMONIESRECENTLY I fiscal period.
months. for new democrats. lIe announced I II I crawfish and ceased his piscatorial Lowest ........................................65 Relative To Income Taxes
The other ship the Morro ; SAID TO BE 102 YEARS OLD
with emphasis that any uch shen- operations to bring the par- Mean ........................-... ..............70 l tlj \ ; The secretary found a cheering:
Castle, was destroyed last September I nanigans on the part of the democrats ty back to dry land.LADIES Normal Mean ....___...._.. 69 BODY TO BE BROUGHT possibility in the estimate that income .
off the New Jersey; coast would find him in these': RainEall.Yesterday.s l rt'tr.: ELECTED OFFICERS taxes in the year 1'J.IG

with a casualty list of 124 lives fighting. I Precipitation .0 Ins. 1"'ti1Y HERE FOR BURIAL would improve by $137,000,000

and the vessel practically de McNary, on the other hand!II ONLY IN Normal Precipitation .... .06 Ins. I, \ INSTALLED AT REGULAR over 1935 and amount to $1.18V '
{ 000,000. This he raid would
I merely said he had no objections IhU rrr.m rwvrr :i-bo.r ktrrlwrfemdlmK MEETING re-
stroyed. to such a move in the senate pro'. DANISH BUILDING *| N .Vlurk this wurmlmf.Tomorrow's S. I I "' ./(};J Captain ,.iVilliam Eneas, for fleet the "further gains becauseof
Ahaanae tJ "'" the moderately incomes
vided the democrats would :give; I Jt"; \ many years a citizen of Key West
MRS. M. PINDER each republican at least two major. Sun rises ._.............u. 7:14 a. m. I ; ./?ji, anticipated for the calendar years
\ .: elected officers died 1 o'clock yesterday afternoonin
committee assignments. : Sun sets ...................... 5:54 p. m. .- ..........-..... .. Recently of Key 1934 and 1935."
Since there 25 : NO MEN TO HAVE OFFICES IN Moon rises ................ 9:54 a. m. West Lodge 163, Knights of Miami where he had been mak- Morgenthau pointed out that in

DIES ON'SUNDAY licans in all in are the only senate, rcpub.- BIG COMMUNITY :Moon sets ..,............... 9:58 p. m. Mostly Cloudy Pythias. were installed at a regular -I I ing his home with his daughter, view of the nature of the federaltax
meeting of the organizationheld Mrs. Stanley Baker, MisivBlla' structure it not to be
formerly was expected
includ-I '
ing the so-called Tomorrow's Titles rain ntfrW'a'n'd\ *
; "'jiiiifigh' light in' centra Friday'Wtl1 < J'
STRVCTURE.i.,' -sit tl 11 I/1'J ; I fcnWsJ: that revenues would'rirl&t
I probably he anticipatc .J t hbdif-I : I I'I" ..".." : .A.1\I.\ 'jI .11P.. lr 'portions; ak1grtly warmer on .ib There wasanenthusiastic_ gathering >|"i"'Newsof the captain's demisewas promptly an anticipated improve
FUNERAL SERVICES BEING ficulty in having bis demand I 1 ... ........._. :' *
:: . ,1 12 23 east coasU ::1 present, and the unprecef received yesterday in a tele'gram' ment in business{ 'C' n' :Iitions.
granted. .' .. I I. '. : Low...............1.: 6:05 ..5:52 "' ,1 wtl 'ITt..trfl.'n1fNrhip 0 ''from Total
CONDUCTED THISAFTERNOON lie ,<...'M-il. it j .:'Jacksonville, !! .tojFlorida..StraitsGentle : I his granddaughter, receipts] from custom
prefers to give ground.hereand COPENhAGEN. 7W Jtarometer'nt 8 al: nl.;,,' .loifay: ':') !iI northihj' : ti ,,.ta, peas ihe1odgeekasrk4y1Iiscised. I f t'l\1 rael; ''Naomi! Rice. The message duties and internal,, revenue., excluding
:: \ "
reserve whatever barbs .'hoi I, '.'.'Sea.level, 29.96.: : , | winds and moftly..overcast weather :. _. Ilws.. El9wn1tl4 lzrAq! ... th .gave the information that. the body, agricultural adjustment

has until later. . 1 i j \wn'ch. ::the: , enunino! !' I,.tH. :"1". .... ' 1 ..tonight undTuesday! ,. probably, fiasf'Hx; ri\ rithS' the' records indicate -,' will ar' 'Here Tuesday l and taxes, are estimated at: $3;$ 72.-
I IMcNary.s , :t' .
Applies The Brakes iait"t: < I4owrt! Jljgltest" aq.jqcfiase of 160.percent fnj; !
I [ 'era! 'will be held W 000,000 for the new fiscal
I C ona % t rain nertl un-I year
!mind is tof' rule completely and I .,! f1 over'' *
:Mn. Maria Elizabeth Pinder, strategy as leader, ; ; r tabon-Last NIght Ycste.acla11, ; S members and the outlook for a day. beginning next July 1 "if the

age 70, died yesterday afternoonat since the time he succeeded Jim i where men may do well to tread f Abilene .,,......... 70 portion.East Gulf: Gentle northerly like period this year is bright. j:| Captain Eneas was well temporary taxes expiring Juna 30

noon at her home. 1501 Seminary Watson of Indiana as :generalissimo ; -; Atlanta ............ 50 52 winds becoming moderate east or Officers installed at the meeting to hundreds of Key Westers, es-1 J and July 31, 1935, are extended."

street. The funeral is being of republican senators has softly and say little, is plannedfor I Boston .............. 42 50 southeast over east portion and last Friday were: I' pecially of the older generation.| This represents an increase of

held this afternoon from been His much the same. ( construction here during this Buffalo ............ .u 48 moderate to fresh southeast and Everett R. Rivas-Chancellor His age is said to be 102 years.1, $277,000,000 over the estimated
Lopez Funeral Chapel to Fleming:; way, apparently is not to I I south west portion., Commander. j I The Lopez Funeral Home is in receipts in the present fiscal year
wade Charleston ..._... 58 66 over Chen-
in with arms flailing and J. Frazier Pinder-Vice
Street Methodist Church with :; year. charge arrangements. { and of $571,000OpO over the actual
services conducted by Rev. W. J. voice booming in criticism of the I Chicago ............ 42 4I i WEATHER CONDITIONS cellor. j I: receipts in tire fiscal year

Martin assisted by Rev.: Shuler orposition. As a matter of The project is to include store Denver .............. 30 60 William P. Archer-Prelate. I I 1334.

Peele. during the last session when act'l and office space restaurants, Detroit ........_.... 40 4-1 I Pressure is low this morning: Jonathan Cates-Master of S EDMUNDS GATHERS Morgenthau said failure to extend -

The survivors are the husband, inson of Indiana rarely let a 1 apartments and a hotel-but only Galveston' ........ 62 66 from the northern Rocky Mountain Work.J.. of temporary taxes would ,reduce
James II. Pinder; son. Albert Pin pass without violently castigating I' Russell-Keeper DATA FOR BOOK'' the total internal revenue receipts -
women doctors women dentist, havana .........._ 66 States southeastward over Records and Seals. !
everything democratic from the
der: three daughters Mrs. George; by about 378000000. and
: Huron . 22 42 I Texas, with a disturbance over
'm" " of Fi
women lawyers women shopkeepers Ulric Gwynn-Master -
White House on down McNary '
McDonald, Mrs. Wilbur Thompson I customs by about $11,000,000 toa
I and the like, are to Jacksonville ...... 58 66 Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. 29.C8 '
more than once registered dis- occupy nance.
Miss\ Lucille Pinder; two Kansas City..... 42 54 inches, and is relatively low over total of $2,783.000,000 or
the building. : M. B. Gibson-Master of Ex- MUCH PLEASED WITH RESULTS
plea ure. He couldn't do anything -
brothers James A. Knowles, John I There will be no rule however i KEY WEST ...... 65 74 the Straits of Florida, Key West, chequer. $112,000,000 less than estimated
about it, but he tried.
T. Knowles; two sisters, Mrs. against men being customers and Little Rock ..._. 52 54 29.96 inches. Light rains have occurred J. Lennie Curry-Mastery S at FOR..SPECIAL EDI. receipts from these sources-&' in the
McNary's method is to hold the
Mamie Johnson, Mrs. Annie Los Angeles 48 60 during the last 21 hoursin S. fiscal year 1935. _
feet of the opposition as closely patients. I I Arms. . TIONOFMACAZINE; S
Ochanderena; five grandchildrenand I possible to the-fire. He permits 'The idea of this "House of Louisville .......... 50 54 the Lake region the middle J. L.,Guard.. ..: Corporation Taxes
four great grandchildren.The I Women' dates back 40 to Miami ................ 54 72 Mississippi Valley, Southeastern Frank 0. Roberts I- Quter '-' The secretary said .expected
nothing to be hurried through the years ; I
Lopez Funeral Home is in I I : current corporation, income taxesI
one Mrs. Emma Gad, a well known Minneapolis ...... 26 3-1 States and from the central Guard. .
I senate no matter how urgent the S
charge of arrangements. Copenhagen clubwoman. Plans New Orleans .... 52 60 Plains States and northern Texas L. M. Edmunds,, representingthe I yield $5O900OOq) In J. fiscal

democrats represent it to be. for its construction fell through I New York ...,.... 4-t 50 westward to Arizona. and Florida Motoris Magazine I year 1936. an i inr5i:4ie1tsf: $&9-

DEMO LAYS TO PUT Time brakes after and time flowed he has the appliedthe bandwagon esveral times. but the lots now Pensacola ..._..... 52 58 I I there have been light to moderate HARRY SAWYER, expressed himself to The Citizen I 000,000 over the expected return

walk. have been purchased. Building:; I I Pittsburgh ........ 40 56 rains on the north Pacific coast today as being? very much gratified forthe present,) fiscaUriGd. and
down almost to i '
I I I rules a I cost will be approximately 1-, St. Louis -....... 48 56 Moderate high pressure area .GIVENHEARING with results obtained in Monroe I current IndiylLia'lliJnldmei' '!'taxes'
enate -
are a weapon ,
ON DEGREE WORK I in the hands of even one man 000,000 kronor (about $$250,000)) Salt Lake City 32 48 cover the North and Middle Atlantic I' County in connection with the $506,000,000, or: an increase of
San Francisco 46 56 States and far southwest. !! forthcoming issue of the maga- $62,000,000 over the 1935 esti
who knows how to use! them and t To start things off right a woman !
I t few are more familiar with them architect will design he build Seattle _..._ 38 44 Boston. Mass.. 30.30 inches and ,zine for January. mate. Collections of back taxes

Robert J. Perry Chapter. Orderof than McNary.PRESCRIPTIONS. ing.:; Tampa __._ 58 6-1 Los Angeles Calif., 30.14 inches. Harry Sawyer was arraignedin Practically the entire issue will ,. on incomes are expected to bring
De1\lola\ '. will confer the initiatory -I I Washington ..._ 40 50 Temperatures are above the seasonal the court of Judge Hugh Gunnj[I be devoted to Homestead. Red-'' in $173,000,000 an increase of
) I this morning; charged; with the!land District Florida Keys, Key 6000000.
candidates -! TERMED WORST HUSBAND Williston 10 2-1 average generally throughout :
two new
degree on I the country except in southern i malicious destruction of proper:[ West and Tortugas. At first Mr. Total miscellaneous internal

at the first regular meeting -i Only the frestest ingredientsare I DULUTII.-When J. V. Sheaof WEATHER FORECAST Florida being abnormally it I I Edmunds says, it was intended to revenue receipts.-assuming extension -
of at ty.The
; 1935 tomorrow evening;
: : used in filling your pre- this city was arraigned for high from the central Plains States I evidence said Judge Gunn, have three pages devoted to Key of temporary taxes now
the Scottish Rite Hall corner \
Eaton and Simonton streets. I' scriptions. Regardless of who stealing and pawning washing hiswife '(Till 8 p. In.. Tuesday) 1 northeastward over the. north was sufficient to warrant the' accused West and the Keys Before the due to expire next cummer-are .

(Other matters of importancewill your doctor is, bring them to had taken in, the judge said: Key West and Vicinity: Mostly lantic States. At-I I being held in bond of $100 books were closed it was found estimated at $1,686.000,000 an

be taken at this session, it Gardner's Pharmacy "You are the worst husband in cloudy tonight and Tuesday; gen./ G. S. KF.NNF.OV.Official for the next term of criminal that 10 pages win contain matterS increase $129,000,000 over the t

is stated. up I 1 Phone 177 Free Delivery the world." 1 Itle to moderate easterly winds. in I court.I 4 i relative to these subjects. (Continued on Page Four) %



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MUSSOLINI'S MAXIMS ........................ ,

hc ltr Q.t1JrCSt r"lbb.J \ KEY WEST IN 'I Today's 1

ltttlp! Satrpt UI".I&y uy Many and varied opinions! have been I f/o'y'dwinllet/
'S'UI: t'I1zr.EV: l't'U'.I..III"; ('u. INC. be
,. l'. AILTf1.Errnleral.: expressed concerning Mussolini the Italian DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries 't

Tum Ittv CitUn; HuildiiiK dictator, some believing him to be the I Happenings Here Just 10 Years ................0..0.. !| /Jon '

Corner (:reeve and Ann Strei.t greatest leader of his generation, others Ago Today As Taken From 1718-Israel Putnam the Con !' ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

UI\ Dally :Nttwtioa-ifer' in Key: Wtst and Monroe I condemning him as a tyrant and menace to The Files Of The Citizen necticut farmer-soldier who, hearing -i!' To ad the .original Davis 100% Tore t.rnee

-T_ County.nt ,r i f the world's peace.Whatever of the Battle of Lexington, B sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. j rt' 1s1 run
-. Wa Monroe left his plough where he wasusirg Davis 100% Pure Paint has often been HACC t te..c.wwr
; rd at Key't'*t. I" a* fl4."ond l lass matterF'll"rl'411'It county is one of the look for
j'i one's estimate of him maybe few cuuntic: in Florida which hasp' it and set off for the frontof iasitattdbutneverduplicated.. .. .::.. '

11tUt I I it can not be denied that he has maintained no juvenile court and Judge Hugh : war major-general in the Revolutionary t tins Label Davis 100'%;: Pure Paint conforms withr- t

Mrnittrr of the A.........,rJ ITrAxsocKUd ". I a firm grip on his country since he (lUnn. vvho under the present Army, born at Salem, : aM pure paint Laws and is the only paint r.w..w.No =.-- I
Tress .a exclusively entitled to user : law ', Mass. Died at Brooklyn, Conn., I IJ that carries a guarantee of purity. -__ .
rrjiublication v: all n..H. J.spaUhf It..i rose to power 12 years ago. While he talks jurisdiction over juvenile'cases i ,
.. not uthrwi', ..redt! ,-l In this paper and Ales. believes it will redound to ;, May 19, 1790. PAINT.. J Jw.
IJI lo-al news published: here. ; a good deal, he is essentially ,a man of ac- the gnat benefit of the children i i i .,r o r a .

UI"CItIl'TIU- % It\'n:" I tion. He i is fond of uttering terse maxims in thi county if a juvenile court : 1800-:Millard! Fillmore ,",,001earder's .hav no connection with any other Punt MnvfKtar r of HUM_..lar to our' *.
.Rte Y..r __._ .. .. ._. ____._._._.._....___.$10 Olt ,I teacher law- our products arc aWe by car in and told through Dealer
L Montlui ....._... .._ ...._ .fIt i touching many subjects. We quote a few va< established lie takes the : apprentice! : 11IF.H.BDAVlSu ; MORE.MIl r
rhro.1lonlhe x! ..._____h'.....".______._.-_-._ 2.+1t position that the senator and representatives !; jer, New York legislator and congressman CO. stab / KM I
.... ... ..__. I to give some insight; into his character '
_.... .._ -- /1 it : Vice President under
One Month -
iceL' 1> .........._ ..... n' __ .........-..._._____.__._ .It from this district I G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and \William Streets
"It is: not enough to seem sincere should have a bill passed at the Taylor end: his successor as 13th
,\miiiTisiMatf : \<; IUTt I one must be sincere." next session of the legislature I'resitlent.! )bon at Locke N. y.1 JIPdIIII
..: known on app::-lion. rrovidinij: for the. e lishment Died at Buffalo, March 8, 1874. -' .- ----- -- -- ----- -- ---- -
a I'I'II.. \oTins: "Intelligent pessimism; is much better
All nad'ne'! not><...s, cards of thanks, resolutions ct of such! court in this county j III..b..II. :, rIII. .: : ,II'A1P1;
-I "De,-t. binary notices de u. will be charged for at than unintelligent optimism. j l I 1829-James B. Angell, University -
:1.. rate bt 10 cents a Hne.
Nc(l"'"..8 for entertalnmrnts by churches from which "Italy is: too poor to indulge in bad Many residents! of Key West of Michigan president, among
i ( ...flue la to lw uVrivid are 5 cents a line. have commended The Citizen for I the country's greatest educators,i
1 h.. rtiUn Is an open forum and Invites discus- government.
. .. the article I born near Scitate II. I. Died at: DOLLARiPuts
,I. f i publtr j".I.1. M and subjects of local or general published Monday under ONE
i. 'r --t but it will not publish "nonjmous communU "I don't believe in conferences. I be- the caption. "Have Faith in I Ann Arbor. Mith., April 1, 191C. :I

-- ------.. lieve in work. Italy is at work." Key West or Get Out." A number -
"I prefer a platoon of police who can of residents! called at this office -!I 1R30-Albert Bier=tadt, noted

THE KEY WEST CITIZEN to personally' tender their American landscape painter of the
I act to a crowd of collegians who can I tut I I
compliments. Others did ro over., West, born in Germany.: Died! in
I debate." the telephone( and still others I New York City, Feb. 18, ll 02. a .General.Electric "Liftop"refrIgerator

WILL always seek the truth and print it "The training that counts for most. i is:, wrote letters! conveying their appreciation -
for all of which The I 1832-T. DeWitt Talmage,
wi'V'jt'! fear and without favor; never ben that which equips us to cope with things in home
Citizen extends thank :, famed Philadelphia Brooklyn N.
'aid to attack wrong or to applaud right; that are going wrong." - I Y., Washington, D. C., Presjhvterian your

always fi ht for progress; never be the or- "We are not concerned exclusively 'At a nieVtinp of the city rtnn-j I preacher, born at Bound S

gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, with the schools. The theater/the concert oil ,hold' last night the Key Wit'!, Brook.. N. J.. Died April 12; '1902. -r-

faction or class; always do its utmost for the hall, the museums, all contribute"' to''our:' permission Electric l company to! operate.was a 'but granted'line1!I!i.". 1856--Charles' -II.-DavK'f'(notedj The "Liftop" has the sealed in mechanism, 1 a w

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or education. Training does not ,..*;ind pn"t'h;" service providing ,the ordinance j j. Mystic, Conn.. artist! . born' at carries the five. 'service plan and has
year l
injustice! ; denounce vice and praise virtue; graduation day. All things are :schoolto J pafe\ kj!; last night meet'itl\ itheaptroval ,,: Amesbury.: Mass. Died th>Te.Afig. S
of the at .t-, 5, 1933. the lowest cost of electric. :
commend good done by individual or organization him who is teachable." "a "*." .1' ; body a 'InC' S operating, any J.
l : ... Into/ he held] next week. Adilresinj ., .. __ ,
; tolerant of others' rights, views and Few will deny that there is a lot of ws;:;. } the. council B. L. Grooms:I 18C1-Louise Imogen Guincy, S refrigerator made. :---- -- '<: '

opinions; print only news that will elevate dom and sound philosophy in those manager of the company stated poet and essayist, born in Bos- ,rA Ly ;
the was operating the to/i. Died Nov. 2, 1920. ; :
and not contaminate the l.a.I'r; never compromise maxims. company :
electric car line at a tremendous _:: : r<+1
---- ---------- Let place i in
with principle.IMPROVEMENTS loss! and indications were that the I ------------------------ us one your I. -

ONLY A STRAY PUP deficit this year would l be greater:. Today In History
-------. home trial until i
-- -- July
-' than last.
......SSSSSS.. a..aoaeac on I tt.,.'. ,
What does a stray pup amount to anyway -

FOR KEY WEST ? What does it matter if such a helpless The people of Key West will ) 1782-Bank of North America first at a rental charge b
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN give an entertainment and dance first bank in country regularly I
:: animal is abused and tortured to make ;
tomorrow night in the Athletic j established, opened for businessin

sport for a gang of thoughtless boys? Who Club for the enlisted men on the I' Philadelphia. of $1. 00 per month. 1 I :

1. Water and Sewerage. cares? rritih Ship Curlew and Constance ,
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- I now in the harbor. It is' I 1783-French aeronaut. Blanchard ..
One small cared-and because
boy I planned to make the affair one of with an American Dr. Jef- See us for complete detail :-1 ."iJ ,
land. he cared he made a friend-a friend who the most enjoyable of the Season.I fries crowed English!: Channel inn

3. Free Port. didn't forget. I All residents are invited to at- balloon. HOLDS! All THIS{ FOOD!

4. Hotels and Apartments. tend. The object is to rhow the i 2 r"S tuHtc 2 V ptt.cream
Some years ago a kindly man named 1802-French army lands at 1 d:.a. etc 1 lb. butter
enlisted) of the ships West .
personnel .
j h.Th
Key t ra.! u.ccte 2 c n Irmt
5. Bathing Pavilion. Jacob Siler walked along the banks of the (that Key West appreciates their \'era Cruz, Mexico. e force 1 hbtile 1 cherries bottle catinp 2 Ibi.

6. 'Aquarium. :Mississippi:; :;:; river near St. LuiIHI came visit. No cards: will hp required to! tacos'}Ibs.roast 1 head

7. Airports-Land and Sea. I upon a group of boys who were amusing or attend the( dance.either the entertainment "! Kiel 1918-German mutiny-38 German naval base officers at \Pa.} Electric: i Co.:::: 2 lettuce celery Ibf. tomatoes..2 1 tape bit cucumber fr 1 bneth it_ 2

8. Consolidation of County and City themselves: !by throwing a stray pup into I killed. < 1.aJ Imam Mlad. &dressing dozen oraa.:olt es s

Governments. the river time after time, in spite of the The advance guard of the wire ', ctrl .2 1 left-OTer jt. water bottle

protests of one small companion. Finallythe tappers, who are going to try tot I' din! 1927 telephone-New York service to opens.London ra- A. F. AYALA, Sales I Mgr. ice ZiBickf/eeiinc cubes-2 tbi. of lest I2O
-- -- --- nefarious busine1
their !
pup's defender engaged the others in operate
Hankers advise us to pay by check, in Florida this winter, has been I tation and lbs Dorothy Key will 'G.lIIID..D"III.lH..IV.lI.lllll K',"

but it is usually safer to receive in cash. fistic combat to save the wretched animal iii Key West looking over the sit-J I play a selection on the piano. -- - --- - -..
from drowning. He battled nation according to reports reach
so courageouslythat Gff.4I'.A-I.rr Ai8d ;1.l1J ''
not in) CIIIIIII.4T.AT'6..f1' !'t
The Citizen. They are
he won the day and saved the pup. Wrecking Tug Warbler which --
People borrowing from Uncle Sam the city at present, and what arrangements j left Sunday to render assistanceto .t
Mr. Siler commended the whose
boy, have made The .
they .
holly he will be as lenient with his own the Steamship William Rockefeller
name was Otto Schmidt, and between the Citizen does not know. It is further -
I "IH he i is with ashore near Jupiter Light
ctlt as foreigners.
two a lifelong friendship sprang up. Re- !said' that a very attractive f Station 'returned last night. The

cently Siler died and left :$1,.>00 to the woman and the is rest working of the with: the gang prob-i,!1.vessel) was floated the captain of Reduced Prices On
group f within
llanton of the Fort Myers News- the Warbler reports a
boy IIOa man, whose humane instinctsand aMy bank on }her putting over the'"queer" brief: time after the tug reache d I
I'ns. : ; never plays more than a foursome. had re.-'cucd the deals necessary for sue-j
courage poor dog and: the scene .
And llanton is what llanton docs. Excuse, i jce sful operation. This paper i isl|
the admiration
won of the casual passerby.
pit a.a'. got a little cold! Tho>'e who )befriend unfortunate animals sheriff and police chief for what\
Andrew Lopez this morning arrested -
do not alwayo\! obtain material rewards they are worth. ,' Edward S. Mora on a SCREEN WIRE

The city councilmen owe it to the people :: such as came to Otto Schmidt, but I II charge of violating the National ,

of Key West to change the ordinance tliSy inevitably have the reward of an Editorial Comment: If you have j Guard defense act. The man was
faith in city, get out Warren
I I no your own j turned over to Captain r
to "ivad that both the church and school
pioving conscience, which is greater still. and quit poisoning the! minds of Watrous. of the local National 1 '

!lit protected from the proximity of those who are satisfied. I Guard unit. .

saI.'us.I "WITH THE HELP OF GOD" Galvanized Bronzer
The ulartmonthly meetin ;oJ.
FUN ERA L-:: HOME 24" ..... .---..--.-..--.....---........--..--.... -21 Yd. .40 Yd.28'V .
Napoleon famou
I'hirly: million people rend the word (French, has linen been held to scorn ai will be; held Thursday Januarj'fg: f (1', Establiihe.1'49 Years. i( \\ ...----- '......:.....l..j! ....----.... .23 Yd. .43 Yd..., . I
I\iv West" yesterday. In his column I inTtliarsl i ilins:' heginninR\ ..Jat 4 i Key,Wesl'. Oldest: :, : ." ,
L 'ace says "the President i is the direct- thejnan.who did not believe'in God. : qNliss, MargaretnPhaw{ .ao't 24>Hour AttibvlaM: Service' 28,<'. ..-..:."I'Y....._.glJ..Jt-r.: t' : ............ .24 Yd. .46 .Yd.:; ..uE

l itu, h'ad, manager ruler of national Discovery< of 31$ IjAje tijftritten :play !\ *piano.solos Miss. t 'Gladys II LJcnd'* Embalmer A-9R.W 30',-__..:._-...-...M i t e73_f4....''"+.....:__....._. .26 Yd. .49 Yd. '..
every to Marie Louise, wltdt "a'frer osVpliine Pltc'ttrr' nth 1 1e'\"ht .il 1n at (j'1 Phon 13< NScht .. e' '.I! {; t! .
i prise fnm the far northern} } L 'TS: f' ;: j2 !! : .28 Yd. .53 Yd.
CI'I tip.of '! n\" f; "f ',' ; :11' ':'4 .t-.n..7'- .
7ft. .F' .
divorce, reveal the mighty : : fI n t": O"' =' 1
military mu-.r: r-1' -.
I man aj i t a .
A ,..s.'.a, all the way to Key West. a real lover, who sometimes_wrote' big wife ,, ,. ......I_.. .'..7...- t- .'.# 34; ""-."...'._.."........:or"1. J 'II .'!: .'f' 29 Yd. .56 Yd. ,

three letters a day, some of them scribbledon STEAMSHIP Co., 36" ....._____.....___.._..._-;........... .30 Yd. .59 Y d. '
If the United States the I
were only the battlefield. P & 0 UNITED STATES FAST 38" ........._............._..._._......... .35 Yd. .64 Yd.
i-..!II.M growing country in the world it
Incidentally, in one of them, Napoleontells MAIL ROUTES FORK 40" ._.*._.__.__...._.._. .38 Yd. .67 Yd.
nu"'if!' be wise to limit the production off .

1 .: i .,taplc. but if the American cotton Marie that his "affairs are going well PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES a. 42" --..-?..........-.............. .40 Yd. .70 Yd.
and with the help of God will better." Effective; April 27, 1933 ::
t 'II'' '(-is!' ietiuce their production, other go Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays: : and Fridays:, 1%.:ZO I 48" ..........:...,......._...................... .45 Yd. .80 Yd. t.,
Thi '
was written in the 1814 campaign in r. M.
c< ,.nuiies\ much smarter will increase their "
-L..av .
France. On March 31 he announces the Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays: \
annt! :tg'e, obtain :a greater amount and at a 9:00 A. M.Leave.
fall of Paris and suffers only because his Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays t
hi !her price. It stands to
: reason.
wife must suffer too. Another tells of his 6:30 P. M. fTicketa.

Impending exile to Elba counsels her to Reservations and Information at. Ticket Office on A. Special for HousewivesCasserole
Dock. 'Phone 71
(On January 6, Senator Duncan U.
be brave for the sake of their little son, J. H. COST..R. Af.nt.
F' her vas 7G years old. The senator isIf'lItl'd -
whom he never forgot and for whom he .
as aying, "even I fastinching ---- ----- -- '- --
t though
: am
Sets casserole
feel ad. lovely pottery oven proof
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: ', three score and ten I I eeee ee.e .eee ee eee eeee ee eee e ee
ars flowered of dish and
eta, ,designs, consisting plate, top
an: toady for strenuous: session of con- ADVICE TO YOUNG PEOPLE AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE :. =two: sizes. ,

C'rt.-.:." Was the senator jollying himself 4" '
we wish to extend to our clienta our sincere thanks for the .
t ;:0 reporter by the statement he was To the young people of Key West who have the :
*' : cooperation which they us during past year $1.25and$1.50 I II
"t ;' roaching three core years and ten,' may happen to honor us by reading The : and to wish for them and all Key West a bright and prosperous oa

when 1 he had already passed! it by six Citizen we would advise the reading of I:. New It Year.has been our aim to furnish you with every pouiU. :. ., ..

year-': ? good books as a special undertaking for : banking facility and protection at a minimum cost and at the I ;
i: same time to aid and assist every worthy enterprise applying .
to us for financial help. _
Present heads of the Recovery Ad- Why not make it your business; each : The past several years have been most trying year for South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
; I line of business. It is most'gratifying to Officers
TT' ration i i say the Blue Eagle i is alive month to read and absorb the fine thought : and every Directors to know that your baak has been weighed our i.! the

a: .i doing well. Some Washington cor- of at )least one volume, widen your own t: balance and not found wanting. We have weathered the Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets S
storm of the and with pride and confidence look to the
'indents it is sick. past
r. say General John- mental horizon and secure the advantageof :S future. We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith in "Your home is worthy of the best"

f I I-- declared recently that it i is dead, as another experience without waitingfor f: us and your approvaL I

(j as a door nail. :Manufacturers who the to ': To the many of you who have been with us since the .: S .
I years la8s1 bank was founded ia 1891 as well a* to those who have become ;.' : - -- S X -
, paying multiple-code assessments Pass up the sensational, trashy tomes associated with as since that time we wish for you daring :1 l ..r'.lI ,;;. "... .I.lI.I.I.I.I.I.I".6.I.I
-.1 iy don't know whether thearc the coming year much of those mod valnable things which. .
pay- and seek the advice of wise ..
some .
money cannot buy, good health, peace and happiness. :. a
">r Blue Eagle food, paying a doctor I who ought to be able to recommend a book

bill or helping buy a coffin. with meat, worthy of digestion. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF KEY WEST : SUBSCRIBE/TO THE CITIZEN 20c a week

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I .Today's...........BirthdavsU.,.... 1 I, Classified ColumnWANTED

VICTOR BRID SPORTS S. Senator Marvey M. Logan. '1.......________________..._.____________ ___________._. I
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I'TICER1S of Kentucky, born at Brownsville.; ,1Ky. AUTO SERVICE

., 61 years ajro. I i 1 I
SYNOPSIS: yicholat Treic&. round the key. flung open the door. i !, WANTED 2 I
UordoKut passengers;; to Jack.
Jerry and O'Brien
In of
front me stood the small
art about! to tail down to a deterred figure Dr. Lotus D. Coffman, president i-j!j I sonville by car on January 9. Painted and Greased. No. 3
factory lAe Bites mare A" of ray protege in his Milan livery
to look tor information bowl a of the University of Minnesota -:! Inquire Itla Eaton street Fire Station. decl7-lmo
He had his face t
no cap on, was I
formula worth m\nions which hat t
born at Salem, Ind., 60 jan7.2tx
Itftn itolen trout Holly, The* art streaked with rain and dirt and be rear
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dlteutting flan in "011/1' hotel --- -- - ----- J ajro.
breathing in short bar-
was loudly
room ifhtn Jerry catches a wafter W A. tED-A PERSONAL
littenino. Thtv Sear *. to in thervice rled gasps. chance to bid on I
of Peter Orloff ""*crvPII- 1 caught him by the arm and DEFEATCUBAN LOCAL TEAM TO TROPICAL CLUB your next printing order The
lout Rmuan alto trying/ to (/Ind lk, ,! William B. Mayo of Detroit
formula and Nick: with him Inside. Artman Press. aug? STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS,
arrange pulled I
mechanical former Ford

a thug mat/ for 11011"at'm.UoUv't hotel to vatcH' "What's"The young the matter lady!?"" I he demanded.panted.She's I CLUB INSUNDAY'S i PLAY IN MIAMIMEETING DOWNS STARS INSUNDAYCONTEST j chief engineer engineer, born, at Chatham,I MISCELLANEOUSCASH why AND suffer INDIGESTION? Fur quick victims relief,

Ma!'s., 69 years ago.
gone .Ir-they've took er get a freeirr.pc! UdgaTablets
Chapter 27KIDNAPPEDI away!" I GAME I PAID for used furniture. ;, a doctor' prescription,

I II 1 felt as If a pack of Ice had been OF PLAYERS TO BE i Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher. retired -I 1013 Southard street. at Gardner's l harmt )..

WAS by no means happy In my suddenly thrust down inside my I Boston Baptist ('ler1 decl7-lmox jan7.S.9I1I6.2'i2293Ox:
waistcoat. born Vernon Ind. 65
at ,
mind as 1 mounted the stairs! and "Wait a moment managed to TROJANS SHUTOUT STARS IN BASEBALL CAME PLAYED j FOR SALE -

let myself Into the flat. The light Jerk out. "Get breath before ROW NIGHT ago. . i.m -
your !
was burning in the hall and through! to talk." I ,
you try dragged forward Zukor movie
Adolph magnate,
I' Arrangements have been made sheets 75c. The Artman Press.
the open door opposite I caught the nearest chair. "Sit quite still fora BILL PLAYED YESTERDAY for a local baseball team to playa RESULTED IN FINAL SCOREOF born in Hungary, 62 years ago. aug7 TYPEWRITING\
few seconds then tell me exactly
tight of a tray set out in readinesson MORNINGThe doubleheader with a Miami out-
what's happened. SIX TO FIVE
the dining-room table. fit in that city on Sunday, Janu- Chief Justice Lyman Poore MIMEOGRAPH: PAPER. 500
stepped across to close the front
I took It from this that Dawson door and switching on the hall light, I ary 20. Duff of Canada, born 70 years sheets $1.25. The Artman PAPER

had retired to rest.and deciding that came back to where I had left him. Junior League played a I Rogelio Gomez, manager of the The Tropical Club defeated the I ago. Press, Citizen Building.
I might as well avail myself of his "Now. Jimmy." I said. local team has called a meetiag jun27tf

forethought. 1 mixed a drink and "It was Just about 'alf past ten, doubleheader at the Navy Field for tomorrow night; at 8 oclockat Aceve3o Stars for the second] Lord Hewart, Chief Justice of

carried It Into ray own room. sir. I'd slipped downstairs to wash yesterday morning. I his office for the purpose of England born 65 years ago. SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. 7 )

Although It wa- my third day at me 'ands and there was twu of the In the first game the Baker Tigers making arrangements! for practiceand time in as many games yesterday I The Artman Press. aug7 O-- . ."

liberty the novelty of being back staff waiters talkin'. One'was tellln' other matters in connection afternoon by a 6 to 5 score. and Al. Acevedo and F. Acevodo ,
once more amongst civilized surroundings the other that the lady in Number defeated the Cuban Club bya with the proposed games. for the losers played well. FOR SALE CHEAP-Oil Heater, Package of 50 ) heets
It The
had not yet completely eighty-six had suddenly come over (C to 3 score The following are the players was a see-saw game. Score by innings: good condition. Apply 218 Si-

worn off. Compared with my Wands- very ill. and that they were takln' At bat. the leaders were E. Rodriguez who will make up the local team, Stars scored two runs in the R. II. E. I monton Street. Phone 319R. GOOD QUALITY BOND
worth cell this pleasantly furnished her away quiet so as no one should! Tropicals 000 004 020-6 9 4 jan5-2t
who hit three singles in and who will be present at the third one each in the fourth,
room with in soft( carpet and white know nothing about It Stars .h, 002 111 000-5 10 4 PAPER
sheepskin rcga. teemed indeed the "When I 'card that sir. I thought four times up; Alvarez Ogden* meeting tomorrow night: fifth and sixth. The Tropicals Batteries: Salinero and Joe Navarro FOR RENT
v Cyril Griffin, Pubio Carbonell,
acme o.inItIrlou.tcozEforL; : ef what you'd told me. 1 :opped out, and ,M. lie andez, -who hit two scored four times in the sixth ; Sevilla and AL
-j-f fj 01 Jose Caa.! Robert Bethel. Quin Rodrhuez.1 I
1 gave an appreciative grant and quick.and by a bit of luck i I'roil out of .thre tan Mario Cheta SummaryTwo1 base! ROOMS AND AP ART1\IENTS.1 THEARTMAN -
Lopez Pena
straight Into one of toe maids whO and twice in the eighth.
depositing: my giajs on the club fen : In th'e (Baleiv'Ogden and Navarro, Baker Sevilla; three I 1013 Southard street.
'.Yes.It's : Baker. William Cates, Armando I I
der. sank ,dow into the big easy works on that floor. Peter Castro hit two safetiesin base bit: Joe Navarro; stolen I II dec22-lmox PRESS
: she says wheat tasks 'erFlossle'that's :Gabriel starred.] N Acevedo Manolo Acevedo Ar
arm-chair which ., -:
stood In front of : base! : Baker; struck out: by Sal- ,
the one of the other Score innings: mando Perez Pedro Gonzalez, Al- three times up., Joe Navarro I .
fireplace by I in era 8, by Sevilla 4; bases on I II j BEAUTIFUL SOUTH BEACH
girls sir 'Flossie 'card ,, 'r" '" '.' '* bert Griffin Enrique Mayg. I Citizen Bid
the bell ? hit a triple and a single in three ?.
With II. E. BUNGALOW. All modern .
a final Igaret to aid my reflections. I balls: off Salinero 3, off Sevilla i I conI
ring, and when she there
I s3t spring at the goes up 1 times up. Dick Navarro also hit double J. Navarro to I veniences. Bathing and fishing
empty Cubans .... 200 000 1-3 8 4 3; play: I
was the poor lady lying on the floor 1I -
grate. Oefoie my tyes floated a kind I NEW in three times at bat. sacrifice hit A. lIt'r-1 at back door. Frank Johnson I PHONE 51I'
\ FORD V.8 two singles Castellano; : i your -
fiy the mercy o' God: she says Tigers ...... 010 140 x-6 9 6
of tantalirng! vision of Molly whick. In the field. Castellano and nandez Rueda time of game:i Colonial Hotel Building.
'I ; .
'there "appened to be a doctor sleepin' Batteries Alvarez Baker and I ........
much to my annoyance refused to : John Navarro for the winners.I I 2:00 umpire: Aguilar. jan7tfBETHEL'S
In the next room. They calls 1m RECEIVEDENTHUSIASTIC ; I I
materialize into a really satisfactory I Garcia; E. Rodriguez, Martinez, WELL
in. and as soon as he'd had a look at -- -.--- - -
portrait. .er. he says she most be took off I Rendueles, Moreno and Gabriel. -

All! 1 could visualize at a time was to the 'orspltal quick for an opera Summary: Two base hits: M.Hernandez RECEPTION
some little detached and fascinating! tion. Offered to drive 'cr there In !
Ogden; stolen bases:
memory of jer-the forget-tne-t-ot
his on| car. They're bringing 'er ACCORDED FIRST SHOW.
blue of her eye:. the glint of the sun down now by the back staircase: Rendueles and Martinez; struck

on her hair.or the delicious provoca: she says 'so as "ot to npset the oth- out: by Rodriguez 2, by Alvarez ING OF 1935 LINE
'tire tilt at the corner of her lips
er visitors 2, by Baker 1 Martinez 2
when her face broke into a smile.It ; Ford dealers throughout the RELABLE! FIRMSWho
bases on balls: off Rodriguez 2, .
was an alluring occupation trying LJE STOPPED for breath. and: Jacksonville zone report overflowing ,

to piece: together: these elusive i with the back of his hand wiped off Alvarez 0, off Martinez 0; crowds at their showrooms

glimpses and the minutes slipped the moisture from off his forehead.: hits: off Rodriguez 1 in 3 innings, : during the past week, when the

away with scrprlslng rapidity. I got -Well. sir. after what you'd said off Martinez 7 in 3 innings, off 1935 Ford V-8 was displayed for

quite a shock Indeed when on happening yesterday I reckoned there mightbe Alvarez 7 in 6 innings; wild! pitch: the first time to the public. Trevor -

to glance up at the cock! as something wrong. I'll 'ave a look Martinez 2; time of game: 1:30; & Morris. local Ford dealers! I Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction &

the mactelplece.; I suddenly discovered anyway. I thinks to meself. so without umpire: C. Smith.In I report a total of thousands of visitors .
that It was a quarter past saying nothln' to nobody I slips the second game the Trojans .
twelve-a fact which at the next out by the side entrance. shutout the Medina Stars. during the week. -ies.eiee..i..i..IiI.eiIp ...cii cii 5.I5. ,i .esc.................., -
I Throughout the territory covered :.0.:1:
moment Big Den obligingly coi \YLen I got round to the back p
Dick Navarro pitched a great I by the Jacksonville Branch : DELICIOUSCAKES I
firmed. there they was Just liftln the young: I fc PLANTS, FLOWERS, :. :
game and allowed two singles]!! of the Ford Motor Company SWEET GLOVER: *}
"Qo to bed," I said to myself liioty 'Into the car. It come to me then and PASTRIES
sternly. "Ca tn bod.andu>p maundering all of a sudden. ilr.that It this 'ere I and a double. j I i dealers wired Mr. Ray Allen, Ford r VINES : : SERVICE STATION : CONDENSED MILK
At bat: Al. Rodriguez hit a j Branch that enthusiastic
You've only known the girl was a put up Job yon'd be wantln to Manager, AUTO SERVICE
for three fia>'s. and besides thatshe's know where they'd took her to. double and a single in two times crowds filled their showrooms.The . \1.": Cocoanut Plants, each IBc 4 ASK FOR IT AT YOUR \

already In love with Jerry." "I hadn't much time to think up. i reception? accorded the new Hibiscus Plants each 10c-2Sc S CARS WASHED I NEIGHBORHOOD ,

I bent forward to unlace my shoe!*. properly: sir. but I see a taxi blokeon In the field the Stars were Al I cars was equalled only by the CARS POLISHED : STORE t

and as I did so. the sharp trill of an the other aide of the road and I Acevedo and Gabriel for the Stars, large crowds that greeted the Bougainvillea, Red or Purpl II'lOur : GOOD GULF GASOLINE :: Same quality and weight as

electric bell rang out somewhere :in nips straight across to Mm. 'Yon toiler and J. Navarro and M. Lopez for ': first appearance of the Model A l. ,-_r50e to $1.00 J S TOP SERVICE I: other higher priced condensed

the back regions. The sound was so that car.: I says 'and don't you the Trojans. j'' Fords in 1928, it was raid Poinsettia Plants SOc to $1.00 I BATTERY SERVICE milk.

unexpected that I gave an Involuntary let 'im give yon the slip. Stick to Mm Score by innings: 'I Mr. Allen indicated that the Crotons, each 25c J GULF SERVICE WITH A ::

start. tight: I says 'and there's five bob R. II. E. crowds were not the mildly curious 'Turks 2Se SMILE! -DisTRiBUTED BY_

"Nowto In blazes is that?" 1 for yourself when he pulls up.:" Stars __h.... 000 000 0-0 3 1 'i but interested in purchas- Cap, each :

ejaculate. I He paused again to repeat the Trojans ___- 002 200 x-4 7 11 I ing new Ford cars. Orders received Roses dozen __ ___ $1.20 *. Ready-to-Serva Cakes I -0--- :: TRUJILLO BROTHERS ,

An instinct of Impending danger same operation."Go Batteries: Medina and I. Rodriguez } on Saturday, the first day the : and Pastries are always fresh! I GIVE US A TRIAL :: WHOLESALE GROCERY k
I said
swept through roc and scramblingto "It wasn't on. Jimmy.'alf a chase, hoarsely.sir-wot ; D. Navarro and D. Lopez. i i new Fords were shown, totaled South Florida Nursery i; Maloney & Peacock I:I Cor. Fleming and Grinaell Sit. :
feet I Summary: Errors: Sevilla, D. several thousand for the day, according : Division and Thomas
my glanced hastily round you might call a reg'lar bloom In' circus Phone 597 Catherine St.1 J: PHONE 818 : PHONE 915O5555i.S..5S.
the room. The only useful looking Navarro; two base hits: D. Navarro 'I to reports from the dealers I,

object that met my eye was a heavy went Uight, down through Oxford the Street West and End up'e and Al. Rodriguez; stolen i throughout Florida and Geor I: .' .' ......................-. I,.. ..- ..- .....,I: ..

old-fashioned brass pistol, suspended past Paddington. I ain't been In that bases: J. Navarro Castellano, I. gia. SELECT SEA FOODS : I .

above the dressing.table by way part o* London. not much and after Rodriguez; struck out: by Navarro I "It appears well for the New PLUMBINGDURO I I: HAPPY DAYS ARE hEREn"
of an I took It down Jewf J.H, 2 Ibs. __ 35c I, INSURANCEOffice
ornament. and. a bit I 'adn't a notion where 'e was 2. by Medina 4; bases on balls: Year, Mr. Allen stated yesterday II

tiptoeing quickly across the room. takln' us. off Navarro 2, off Medina 2; wild I "An ambitious sales program Yellowtail l Steak, 2 lisa- 3Sc :,, II. :

opened the door. "My bloke stuck to Mm good and pijch: Navarro 2; time of game: has been set down for 1935 which Yellowtail l on Bone 2 Ib*. 25e ., I I: ,

At precisely the same moment proper though. At last 'e whips 1:45; umpires: Sanchez and : calls for the sale of a million cars Grouper 2 Ib*. 25c 2: PUMPS If : 319 Duval Stteet

Dawson made his appearance. tie sharp round a corner and Just for a Ogden. during the year. If the opening Snapper, 2 lb.. ? ______ 25c : I., '

emerged silently from his own quir moment 1 thought as 'ow we'd\ lost Standing of clubs: I days of the new car-showing are -" Motion Fish, 2 It,- 2Sc e: PLUMBING SUPPLIES k S

ters. clad In a long blue dress Mm. Instead of follerin' like as you'd Club- W L. Ave. any; indication...this goal shouldbe? I SALTED MULLET ROE *I tI I: TELEPHONE NO. 1 9 S
ing-gown. lie was wearing carpel expect my bloke goes straight on ; : %
Cuban Cluh'1 r 5SQ arsad before the close aVtbeyear..AtaI'a : PHONE 348 .
;.Clippers and his usually ileek! hair past the turnln', and then pulls up Larfb Select OytitrtCAPT.
: Trojanse, _, ._.__-. 4I iMO! oodautomobile sales I
Xwas a trifle dishevelled but >n spite sudden under a lamp-post. f I: -THEPORTERALLEN-- Try Your Meal At
"' Medina Stars'--------- 4 rnan&'tood business1 in TOM'S PRODUCTS .
{! : t..O year coun -- I .
of drawbacks
these he still
present 'It's all right, sonny: 'e says
Baker Tig'4 5 less;.ther allied lines of business. I Delmonlco
J4 an atmosphere of complete com when I Jumps out. 'That's a blind tlU Kingfish MackerelS I I Restaurant
sur __ .... ._ _ 4._ ...1'0"U,' I : JOIINC.PARK I ,
? !alley-that Is. .E.II'ave to stop there : I I Badwelser Beer ..... "'
i". W Ie', s-- FREE PROMPT DELIVERY ... 15e I
'Sides 'esy's.
whether 'e likes It or not. : II

-.L'.rttJOULD* you like me to ascertain 'I've 'ad enough of this gameI S LOWE' FISH COMPANY,I II: COMPANY1!:. Six Coarse Dinners,- -_....;. i*

who It Is. sir!" he Inquired 'ave. I don3 the Job for yer. and TOUCHERand'LONGER: / I PHONE '151 a: 328 SIMONTON ST. :, -----.-..- son 76c. end 85* 4s
stepping forward. now you brass up same as you prom - I I t.:
I checked him with a gesture ised." s.ess.e.s......i.......,...5 I 5 5 S.i.i C S S c S..i S i S C 'ssSssscScsccss.s.s..... ....e.i .

"I'm going to find out for myself" "Half: a tick. Jimmy." I Interrupted Our Reputation u Wrapped -
I replied. "Were you out of sight of the LIVED AARON McCONNELL : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU i Attention Housewives!

I advanced to the door holdingmy car while all this was happening?" in every package J: 538 Fleming Street 4

pistol by the! barrel and bend lie nodded. "Ten or twelve yards : To see the PRETTY GIFTS :

lag down lifted cp the flap of the along the road. sir. The tare was of i : and NOVELTIES at We are now offering 3
letter-bos. three and ten pence by the clock I
"Who's that?" I asked. but wanting to get off quick. I bungs ("m.\ I: THOMPSON'S\ FREE grades of

"Me. sir" came a voce. "Jimmy Mm a ten shilling note outer the PRINTINGS j: i Watch i : MARINE.MUSEUM

Fox. money you'd give me. and legs it ,r S IS : AMERICAN COFFEEat

My heart gave a sudden jump, bit 1 back to where they'd turned off. i I I'>SH"yj" i 111 J ''MTV r arz S BY US 324 Margaret Street

by a tremendous effort I managedto "I spots 'em all right. soon as I :Things that your friends will I

keep steady shove me 'ead around the corner.It CAREY SOLKA ROOFING_ 5 -THE- J WATCHMAKER, JEWELER ::appreciate. Come in and lee :i -
"All right. Diwson." I said. "You was on* a little short street witha
I them..
can go back to bed. It's only a boy kinder builder's yard place this 5 : AND ENGRAVER : :: 20c and 15c lb.i .
from the hotel wth! a message for end of it Past that there was Just a I Three things make an asphalt roof Illiili'l! ARTMANPRESCitizen ;: See Him For Your Next Work I Your next Lobster Crab Din' :
long lived saturation and fJ met will be much delicious
me." couple o' mouldy lookln' houses all strength, : ALL PRICES REDUCED more i
"Very good sir. Ills glance trav by 'emselves an* opposite o* them flexibility. Carey Solka Roofing is Bldg.PHONE j. *if it I is baked and served in our : STAR COFFEE MILLS
railm's bushes." Hours 9 to 12-1 to 6 II: Giant Scallop or Heart Sea
elled dlsrcssicnately towards the! some aD: stronger than you ever thought a : 512 Greene St Phone 256
Shells. l
pistol. Nit yon should happen to (Copyright. Jail, Penn FuWtMng Co.) roof could be. It contains about 30% 51 : Open. Saturday Nightoj IS IS

want me. sir perhaps you will pres more Carey asphalt saturation. And. Ctttf Solk Hoofing eou- e..................... .5SS5S.SSSI.5.I5SSS5.. Ii55S5iS55SC55555S.55.ii *i..w.
the bell. tams special cellules I Siiiii.Siii
Tomorrow Nick and Jim 4
I undid the chain and wrenchingToday's my rush into danger. due to the strength of the special fibres produced and purified D1NEATTHEPLAZA :j j READ4 4
fibres, Carey Solka Roofing is extrernely by: the ezclu.iy.Solka : PRITCHARD [ SERVE THE POPULAR

-- -'-- --- - flexible-it doesn't crack process. These RESTAURANT |!ftllEKEYvESTSUNDAY
fibres have tremendous S i DESSERT
; ; ,.811111111.I 1 even when fitted around sharp angles. strength :yet they: are j FUNERALHOME :
Horoscope i highly flexible And ft-
Palm Ice Cream
Come and get a free sample-your asHy the felt cantata- If yon are accustomed to J Jiliaing ;:
................0....... Notice To SubscribersPlease 1 Ing these fibres holds STAR :
I own test will be more convincing much at home yon will find J. Dignified, Sympathetic And NonltIe.BARBECUES.f.II..
Romantic hut inclining toward than anything we could sax satursat.t : THE PLAZA novel and ujoyai.le !. .. '

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the carrier wao deliver t SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO. !' 'S I I
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by a desire to carry out plans I', per and sells it to you for 20 _ _ j II AmboUaee Sei-vie*

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0 MONDAY, JANUARY 7; 1935.x .

'................................................ I ...........a....... .". ................e........, the Fruit Growers Ex-
ployed by MORGENTHAU $27,000,000 and $11,000,000 -
; "KID GIVES respectively
PERSONAL MENTION .1I. press company, in Jacksonville. I .

: : SOCIETY : -: I........................t......................... I I Repeal of the tax on checks, effective
Miss Gladys Pinder, Mho was MAKES BIG HIT"Kid
Mrs. Claude Johnson left yes :Miss Fortuna Lopez, who was,spending a vaction with her fancily (Continued from Page One) as of January 1, 1935 will
terday afternoon to spend a while spending the Christmas estimate clip $24,000,000 from the 1936
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress holidays left Saturday for Tallahassee for the fiscal year 1935. I

i with relatives in Miami. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to take up her course of study at I Millions)) ," latest of EddieCantor's Estate tax and gift tax collections : revenue.
'PHONE 752-J ._ Aquilino Lopez, Sr., left Saturdayfor Florida State College for Women. i The secretary said customs receipts -
I comedies are estimated to yield
.................................................. Cecil Carbonell, of Miami, arrived Tallahassee where she is a student j Saturday merry the opened in 1936 were estimated at
0 at Florida State College for I at Palace Th..ater 000,000 and $25,000,000, $191'-1'I $298,000,000, an increase of $11-
yesterday from Miami for a Billy Johnson, son of Mr. and with a packed house at each I
Second Tennis Tea Held On per-
business visit with city council in I I Women. Mrs James L. Johnson, left Saturdayi fcimance both Saturday and Sun- tively representing 000.000.
connection with the propositionto for Miami Beach after $54,000.000 and $14,000,000. Agricultural adjustment tax receipts -
day. Every seat and all standingroom
Sunday Was Well: Attended; 1 .operate a bus line in Key West. I Mrs. Stuart, wife of Commander spending a while with* relatives in the building was taken Revenues from distilled spirits I were estimated at $570.

: D. H. Stuart, U. S. N., and and friends. I before 000,000.
-- l', 11 Ii tf t ;j long the time for the showto mines and frog fermented liquorsare

Colorful indeed was the second' game !last Sunday having resultedin Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry left yesterday daughter, :MissOMary Fay, who I start. estimated to_ show increase of Subscribe for Th.
Tennis Tea held yesterday at a tie. r: j\\ * v ", ; afternoon with her little were spending the season's holi- Miss Margaret Neff. daughter Considered Cantor's 'best 'picture i I

Casa Marina, and it was well attended A number\of new, smart/after-. daughter join Mr. Curry, clerk days with :Mrs. Stuart's parents, of Engineer J. F. Neff of the I "Kid Millions" is a stream 1. ,.

mostly by members of the noon tea frocks and sports! crea- Of<.criminal: court, who is spending :Mr. and :Mrs. William McKillip. FERA forces, who was spendingthe from start to finish. SeveraX popular i <' < -

winter residential colony of Key tions were in evidence among the "'a'short time'with relatives in and other relatives, left Saturday holidays in Key West with her song hits of the day are"1 sung'

West who have welcomed this guests, proving an ''effective for *- TarerBier,, .. afternoon for the home in Wash parents, left Saturday for Talla-j I throughout the picture. J

Sunday afternoon rendezvous with ground for' "'S 'tting'' of exceptional 1" s.. J ington, D. C., where Commander hassee where she is a I "Kid .:Millions" will -\tq\! 'hs wn

keen interest. beauty arid'charm. Stuart is attached to the Army Florida State College for Women. tonight and tomorrow night at the
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saunders,
Many individual tea-tablas were Among those attending yesterday's War College. I -- Palace.
who were speeding a brief timein Eric Curry, son of Kingman I
set about under the gaily-striped tennis tea were: Mayor and .
umbrellas on the lawn surrounding Mrs\ William II. Malone, Mr. and Key West with relatives and Miss Ida Weintraub who Curry, left Saturday for Jacksonville Mothers !
friends, left yesterday for Taver- was
I where he is attending school
the tennis courts, and tea servicewas Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke and spending the vacation with I
in progress during the games. their daughter Jean, Mrs. 0. S. nier. her parents, }Ir. and Mrs. Berman after father spending two weeks with his In treating children's colds,

Both the young lady players, Long, Mrs. Robert T. Menner, Weintraub, left Saturday for Tal- in Key West. don't take

Miss Norma Yates, popular mem- Mrs. and Miss Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holtsberg, son of Mr. lahassee to resume her studies at chances..use VICKS

ber of the Key West young social William E. Waddell, of New York and ..Mrs. Morris Holtsberg, left Florida State College for Women, Miss Virginia Shine student at
for Gainesville I I Florida State College for Women, i PROVED; .BY; .2.GENERATIONS= ; 1 : .
yesterday to
set, and l\I'Natalie Minnick, of City, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Tib- resume accompanied by her brother, Harry -
I left for Tallahassee after -
Ridgefield, Conn., wore attractive bott E. F. Tibbott, Lieutenantand his studies at Florida Uni. : en route to Gainesville, wherehe Saturday ,---

tennis costumes, Miss Yates being Mrs. Frederick Drury, Mrs. versity, after spending the holidays i is attending Florida Univer.I spending the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shine. PALACEEDDIE
particularly well attired in an Leo II. Warren, Miss Florence with his parents. I sity.

outfit of the latest tennis mode Sawyer, Doctor A. Jason, Mrs. a. I I CANTOR in
Norman Lowe, son of Mrs. ,
consisting of white shorts and Victor Moffett, Mrs. Lewis Pierce, 1! ]
Dr. Aurelio Perez left yester George Allen Warren and Virgil S. Lowe, left Saturday for KID MILLIONSComedy

blouse with a sailor collar edgedin Miss I. M. Duffy, Miss Betty Ann day afternoon for Miami after : brother William R. Warren, Jr., Gainesville where he is a,studentat and Short Reel
brown and the ensemble further Pierce, Miss' Edith Moffett, Mrs.A. 'who Fine Tackler
spending a few days -with rela-, were spending the) holidays\ FJorida University,jitters( spending -, Fishing
enhanced by brown buttons and Yates, Miss Alce Curry, Miss tives."l'! :" '. t I' I with, their parents, Dr.. and'l\Ini-;; the Yuletile ffttMn'"ltb.Ii; Matinee: 10-20c; Night, : 15-25c,

brtrwn socks. Miss Minnick also Clara Yates Miss Etta Patterson, .10 I ',|t.iOL ft il- i I' : Vm. R. Warren, left'Saturda j'to:' inoth&an! alh .r Ot the; aOhv.-.ry uou<|<

wore white: with bright red socks Mrs. William White Mrs. D. :0 ', l juV'M' ,II t., i' resume their studies. at Flora\ nenibers. llttutrtJX11 ; /.ll f Mptif r, Made By MI au >
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Mrs. ughter1liilafy. ; iI. ,
Pelgado and family \
pjegp ? ; \
lending a touch of color to her Bacon, Mrs. lIinnickM'rs.; 'I'\\' University. : ; l1 t u''r
Cramer of Cramerton North j, : .! ,,pujse j ". 1egj 1 yesterday ",1. CLEANING '
becoming ,
appearance.A for theii'hofuiLin.J.liami' after j BBARUP'S PHV SPEND< t"' 9rfPflueger Vom Hofe and South Bond'EVERY
return match was.played be- Carolina, Miss Dodo Johppon.. ]Mji>s yisit during Ah holidays with hersoninlaw a {,Jack Thompson, son of Mr. and WCfcKSi) 514 MARGARI'\T\5T.. ,

tween Curry Harris Key West attorney Nina Ryder, Mrs. F.kufl'; Miscnwr, } Mrs..Norberg Thompson,. who.J vas. :PHOJ '.) & \ dec20 J YOUVACAT1ONYEAR R
and Avery Johnson, Key Mrs. Marion Thompson aad,Mrs., ft hdsdapgi1tertMr.an4Mrs. : in Key West..for the Chri tmss; I ffii I :. WTi". ft \ FISH
6 : '
I SidneJII.. ,.. ,
West Administration artist, their Agnes Purnell of Miami Beach.. .w" 'f holidays with his parents, left See Our
Complete LineThompsons
Saturday for Hanover, N.' II., Fish, Birds and Deer Heads
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Catherine Saunders, who was where he is a student at Dartmouth -, Mounted :: THIS INFLORWA : !

Many Distinguished; Visitors spending her vacation with her I College. CECIL GRAY i Hardware

I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. John TAXIDERMIST Store

Entertained Here YesterdayKey Cates, left yesterday for Miamito :Miss Celita Gato and brother, Fine Work-Reasonable Price ,I !

be in readiness for school this Froilan, daughter and son of :Mr. 319 Fleming St. Phone 170-W b; ,ofJourHEALTHIi! CAROLINE STREEET

morning.Mrs. and :Mrs. Thomas II. Cato who Key West, Florida
West yesterday had distinguished ing tour of Key West after which were spending the holidays with i // """"\I\\ .

visitors in the personsof they were entertained at the homeof Homer Dickey and daughter their parents in Havana, arrived ------_. .

Mrs. Agness Purnell Associated Mrs. O. S. Long charming Key Virginia, who were spending Saturday. :Miss Celita left for
Secretary of the Miami Beach Tarrytown. N. Y., where she is a Y ,.
few "
a days in Key West with .
where in- G 6 : r r
West they t x
hostess were : tMro 3xltr x
Chamber of Commerce and
members relatives, left yesterday for the i' student at Marymount College and
of her staff, Mrs Marion troduced to true Key West hos- home in Miami. her brother left for Atlanta where

Thompson:: and Mrs Faun Misentr<< pitality. Later they attended the I he is studying dentistry at Southern _

who were guests of Manager tennis tea at Casa Marina. Dental College.II. .--d \\ \ 7/ % '
Peter Schatt of Cx-a Marina: This was Mrs. Purnell's initial Benjamin Russell, employed in

These ladies arrived yesterday visit to the city, and she depa/ted the sanitary department of Miami T. Hunt, official photographer Ntat
left yesterday afternoon after
morning and were met' at the yesterday afternoon expressing of the FERA in Key

train by Miss Natalie Minnick and I herself as being more than favorably a brief visit in Key West. West, returned on the S. S. Cuba

Leo B. Warren, director of social impressed with Key West and Saturday from Havana where he e
activities the hotel. its attractiveness. She predicteda Jackson Golden, manager of N4
at I' was enjoying a vacation of 10 f/f/ ]
the Hotel Colonial, who in :
I was .
After a delightful lunch the most successful and enjoyable dajs.
Miami for a short business visit,
guests were taken for a sightsee winter season for the city.
E. II. Cato who was in Havana .id
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for a few weeks with relatives returned -
Mrs. Chester Harris and \children -
Most Social Activities End on the S. S. Cuba Saturday -
who were visiting for a day
I with Mr. Harris, left yesterdayfor afternoon.
As College Students DepartThere the home in Miami. r
Jr. of
Emory Lowe Pierce, son

:Mr. and Mrs. E. L Pierce, after
are claim that things have to end, more's the George Peacon was an arrival I spending the Christmas holidaysin

this week-end was a dull one. Of pity, and so they were off, but not yesterday from Miami for a short Key West with his parents, left

course it was for a lot of people, without leaving behind them and visit with relatives and friends. I Saturday afternoon for Gaines- ;s

and why shouldn't it be, with al- taking with them too, recollectionsthat ville to resume his studies at the
mobt all the young folks who go will remain for a long time Mrs. Ivan Parks came in yester-\I University of Florida where he is
day after brief visit at 41.1\4/-H
to college away from here having to come, for they did indeed have a majoring in marine biology and
MaratHon and Miami
taken their tearful farewell on a glorious time here. accom- will finish in June.
Friday or Saturday? Among the girls and boys who panied by Mr. Parks.

The number that have gone left to resume their studies at Paul W. Vecker, who was spending _
have left a great hole here, to b
sure, for there were so many of were: Misses Ruth Rose terday from Jacksonville for a Mrs. S. P. Vecker, who is the
visit with relatives friends.
them, and they were so gay and Caley, Mary Louise Albury, Mary and guest of her mother, Mrs. Nellie

lively. Their holidays were one Sullivan, Betty Moreno, Marie Williams at 522 Elizabeth street, UuuiAet TOMYOur
Mrs. Emma Curry and daughter
round of festivities and merry- Thompson, Goldie Lewinsky, Jeft Saturday for Cornwall. N. Y.,
Margaret, who were spend
making: dinners dances and all Elizabeth Ayala. where he is a student atew
ing two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
the other things that interest college Messrs. Raymond Einhorn, York :Military Academy. U' ,
Harry Pierce at Homestaed,
folks. From a few days be- Freddie Carbonell, W. W. De- turned re- need t'uI
fore Christmas right up to last meritt, Jr., Curtis Stanton, Walter Miss Mary Whitmarsh, official _

Thursday night there was so much Norman, Norman D. Artman, Herman stenographer for circuit court .in I
and Mrs. C. Burton Craig
going on that it was difficult to Holtsberg, J. Lancelot Lester tb<*..Twentieth Judicial Circuit, teturped -,'

V e'p track of e\erything. Jr., William Pie.fceIl; \ were arrjyals.ovej: I l /!the highway .Saturday (fromhere Havana I rRA SAFETY
Saturday.forna., cef| s wjthrelatives
They were just as sorry to Pierce. Jack Thompson: tfeorgeAllen l ,and friends'. ..,1. tayj; ': \ ,,ghe} ,was spending Lu,;yaca;! :: I
leave to have them Warren :Ni I.,. I
as w e were go, Billy :1s} >rrenvti: tiop;of Id days. JJ] -IU' j
. ..
but holidays like all other good liam Cibb. ,::1l I alp.; II. I: '.I ". .1 I .' .
IIJ. ,,MissfJizabeth.Ayala\, : .Jeft Saturday .,. b.E '1JdCI!. .f f kn skiMJGf. are usually just a matter of In CAW. t*:n ri\'a\
__ ___ ____ ,Mrs.: B- R. Thompson, daugh-j; I
-- - - -- -- / lo;
-- ----.-, ate\opPJtQr.( {\ Tallahassee' l ieri Miss\ Yvonne,,and.,son, tT.lli u a ire\( av; l react your brakes and stop your car lJ>% to 25%
Miss; ",1.< 1\ where she is a student. at Florida .fI0'II' 'qh>ic&WSNThink i! : what this means in the prevention of accident for
Elwood Will Miss E. Garcia **; !ni State College-for Women, after Jr.,, who ,were guests .P ;Mrjs.Thompson's : cuM
parents ,Mr. and MrsJ! owners"drlvngr) in Florida. Think what this means to YOUR safety.
Wed C. Richardson Weds H. Cruz spending the holidays with her Thomas Whitmarsh., left Saturday! ', F ... .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ayala Th is just one more"important advantage found only in'' Fire3lonjfrsTires. /
to join :Mr. Thompson, who is cm-
Mr. and Mrs.\ lay Elwood an- Miss\ Elina Garcia, daughter of Besides this.Non-Skid Safety you get an Extra Reserve Marginof

nounce the forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. Eloy Garcia, 724 Maurine MacFarland, who was 1 Blowout Protection, proved in the severest demonstration man ever
West ,
spending a vacation in Key
of their daughter, Miss Jennie El-i Simonton street, became the with relatives left Saturday for 1 conceived.

wood to Charles Richardson, to bride of Hector Cruz, son of Mr. the home in Miami. \ -First, at Indianapolis, where Firestone Tires have carried all the *

take place tomorrow evening at I and Mrs Oscar Cruz, of 820 A winning cars to victory for the last fifteen consecutive years.
7:30 at St. Paul's Church.
Norman Artman son of Mr.
The Simonton street, yesterday: after- -And recently on the hot salt desert at Lake Bonneville Utah where
church ceremony will be attended -| Jack ,
noon, at the home of Mr. and and :Mrs. L P. Artman; 1' 'I
only by members of thel I Mrs. Eurique Esquinaldo, Jr. Mr. Hayes son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. :Ab Jenkins smashed 77 world's speed records by traveling 3,000 con

families of time; bride and groom,' Esquinaldo, who is a notary pub Hayes, and J. Lancelot Lester, Jr.. Your is authorized to secutive miles at an average speed of 127.2 miles per hour,' .with temperatures *
and the reception for guests will I of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Lester, own druggist -
lic, performed the ceremony. son cheerfully refund your money oa tile spot as high as 120 .
be held a'terw: ards at the Elwood I j
left Saturday to resume their Creonalsm.GLARE :
Attending the bride and groom if you are mot relieved by '
home at CO? Ashc street were Rose Betancourt and Ralph studies at Florida University, after _

I Betancourt. spending the holidays with their I .: Don't Overheat Tear Motor REPLACE

Woman's Club The groom is employed by a parents. I i wilt a Wora or Frayed Old Spark Plugs
F.. felt
To Hold Meeting shoe store in Miami. of which con 1 Stop Wasting
cern he is assistant"manager. Ed*ard Bruce famed artist!I CHANCE TODAY Gasoline

The couple will make their I,with fcie PWA, who, with :Mrs.; TOIA;' Your gasoline bQl may be
There will be an opening meet future Bruce, is 'occupying the B. D. t 10% too high
ing of the Woman's Club tomor-,i I home in, Miami Trevor home on Division street, ......._. .., spark plugs have carbonized,
I I I 'retireFAN -.Q. have cracked, or are dirty.
row afternoon, beginning at 4
: left:Saturday for Washington, D.
Let clean
us and test them
o'clock. The board meeting will COLORED CITIZENS I C., to be absent for about two i BELT today.

be held at 3 o'clock, it is stated. i< 11 \VI"eks.ITCHING'. IS I Serious damage to your Equip with NEW.

The publicelfare department I I N motor and much Inconvenience -
will have charge of the program. can result if your ftre.t..e

this Visitors meeting.are invited to attend MEETINGj TOES synonymous.and eyestrain Blare are almost is- I fan inspect belt it. breaks Let as Spark Plugs

A meeting of colored citizens I burning everywhere is all too common.
soon relieved.and healing aided Brake Equipment Gives :Yon * * Lhtem t&. of Plraton.
Legion AuxiliaryTo will be held in the Presbyterianschool with You can's stop people from I t vote
I I safe.soothing- .
rr Jg? -ft rt r Richard Crook, Gladys Swarthoat
room this evening at 8 overworking their eyes or
Hold MeetingThere o'clock, according to announce Resinolis? straining them under bad light- YOUR BRAKES ..B.c.EAJ Network. A FIT Star Pr.p'''
ment made by Dr. Alfred De ing conditions. I

will be a meeting of the I Bamtt, However, you can protect Congested highways ,
American Legion Auxiliary 8 The meeting it is stated lull I' MONROE THEATER them from the evils of this I crowded streets and Florida's PAUL'S TIRE SHOP

o'clock tomorrow evening in the, be Reid for the purpose of urging I abuse. How? With Soft-Lite strict driving laws,
legion hall at Whitehead and that : make it important that
I more suitable regulations be Grace Moore in U Lenses!
South streets. :i adopted for control of the liquor your brakes be SAFE. : RAYMOND CURRY, Manager

As there are a number of matters traffic in Key West. ONE NIGHT OF LOVE : DR. J. A. VALDES
to be discussed it is hopedthe II The chairman Come in for a FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. PHONE 65
of the Key West Matinee I i
: Balcony, lOc; Orches II Ortaogoa Soft-Lit Liceas.: Brake Test .
entire member body will at- Community Club will preside, it I I'J --
tend. Ira, 15-20ei Nigh, 15-25. 532 D.TaI Street I f
I i U stated ,
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