The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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System ID: UF00048666:00398
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For Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted;of Key Day to West Wire the ,:, tntc':: ) Rep)? Wtst t 'J ((l LtktI1; most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather an ,\ averageD has in the the

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Traffic lights, which were au- Visiting for a few hours in Key I PROPOSAL WILL BE AC-! I Dr. N. C. Pintado De-

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I thorized last week by city council West this morning were Mr. and II I HIS livers Address ; Many\

Every Section of Country -!! HOME HERE AGAIN! I and ordered immediately arrived : Mrs. Theodore Schroeder of St. I I I Committee Assignments
Estimates for and I
deepening I M. Waldo Joseph Bennett and GREATPRESTIGE
1 yesterday and are in readiness for Louis, Mo., who arrived in Key: Ii i

I I widening t h.inland waterway i installation. West on the :Steaimhip: Cuba ; Cecil Carbonell who were in Key Announced

MRS. EDITH BOTSFORD WHO from Miami to Key West have I from Tampa. : West in the interests lro-1
It is expected they
Leonard Carothers of Cedar HAS TRAVELED EXTENSIVELY ; I They were accompanied by Ernest ; i
been prepared and an effort is to posed bus line in West feel The meeting of the Key West
I in operation some time this week. Meres of Key West and Tarpon -:
Rapid, Iowa arrived here todayin I I
TAKE UP RESIDENCE be made to have this matter tak- Hospitality League held last
Arrangements for the necessary Springs, who represents the I confident their proposition) will I COMING BEFORE CON- night
his large Waco seaplane! for : I
ON STOCK ISLAND of buying and shipping business I at the Public
en up at the present session sponge meet. with the 1. Library on Duval
the purpose of flying passengers cable will be made and as soon as!! of Schroeder and Tremaine j I I
street was well attended by
over the city on sightseeing trips congress. these have been concluded the signal -!I' of which the visiting Mr. Schroe council and they will be operating! representative -

Mrs. Edith C. Botsford widowof Concerted action on the1 part of I I ,r'l'dtr (is'the'senior,partner. '.1 I members of the
On reaching Key West; Caro- will.be' installed) i I Ih I 1 ,'With: 'Mf. Mecca, Mr. and Mrs.i before the end of January. HERBERT PLUMMER League.A .
Commander Owen St. Auburn those interested whichshould: I
: A..I"d
in/ I'rrwo
then baa whichJtiellightslwererauthbrise 'i t Schroeder rode'over the city visit- Before for Miami
completed' flight ofapproaiaatel1"200 i t I 1 leaving yesterday -
At the' meeting' during tf
,i: : WASHINGTON Jan. 8_Congrcssional special committee Leaded
mean dweller into' Monroe! of interest and i by
Botsford who recently returned : every 't ing-points gainingan i
'mil..:" He has t *,.it :oat they told The Citizen that insiders I'
: county it is said may mean*that I i I[ Idea of the 'rehabilitation pro( I I i I : are passing the N. C.'. Pintado as chairmanwas

visited every section of'the-Uni- from the Orient has decided to decided to4 hare1 one1 Of'thd.110t' ject' and the administration's accomplishments. -. matters were being gotten in;!word around privately to the .
the other of twW'yropoBUtions 1 I appointed, and topics
one or They sailed for I many
ted States make her future home in Key |! of democratic newcomers in
: ed at the.eorner! Fleming host.1
relative to this mattdKmay 1 Havana 'this'afternoon.ENEAS' shape and an attorney had been:;! senate and house that one'of of current interest were discussed

On this leg of the air journey West. She has taken over the Duval streets'and the other' at I I I
mean success.It designated to !handle the matter! first:: places they should visit on such a. the possibility of securing

he left TCew York for Philadelphia I Martin Key residence on Stock has been suggested that representatives Southard and Duval. I FUNERAL I and would at once begin the preparation -|I capitol hill is a one-room office i iI a radio station in KeVeat and

These signals are exactly the j right back of the senate cham-i I
visited Harrisburg Pa., followed I Island. in congress be writ- : I the rapidly increasing traffic
same as those adopted in the larger HERE TOMORROW\ 1 I of a franchise for presentation -j ber. i

the Susquehannah to Hancock -I Mrs Botsford was born in Key ten letters on this matter and cities. It is understood that [ to the council. I II I It's the place where the Vice:I problem.

urged to do all possible to have i President of the United States
Md., then to Point Marion J'West. During her life she has others I are to be purchased and (I MORN I! Dr. Pmtado made an BODY ARRIVED THIS be found most of the
an appropriation secured for the As soon as the members of the may time.speech{ in which he brought
installed within short time. outthe
Pa., Marietta Ohio and numerous t traveled extensively throughoutthe a I i The reason is they are all convinced : ,
work which means much to'the ING BY TRAIN FROM great potentialities- Key
council had discussed the -!
proposed i Jack Garner is destined to
other points in scores of states. Orient Africa, Europe and people of Key West and dwellers [ be about the most dominant I West as en industrial center, and
pcrsonahty -
on the keys. SIX PASSENGERS I II [ MIAMI franchise with the attorney!: behind the scenes "on the methods of contacting }people who
Carothers said he would be in North America, and during the: could develop such industries
With the coming of the suction I Funeral services for Captain i the proposers of the line would return -;j I hill" this winter in the working which be
: j jr enlarged
Key West several days and would past few years has visited a num-!Dredge Benyaurd now carrying on I ARRIVE ON PLANE I r William S; Eneas, who died in Miami -,'I I to Key West and go'into;t out of the administration's legislative These meetings are upon.held on

fly passengers starting at 9 a. m. her of the most celebrated tourist)! activities in the Northwest Chan- Sunday afternoon will beheld 'I I I I Those program.who alternate Monday evenings, and
should know believe
II i 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon more complete details relative to it ,is
nel the earnestly requested that all
until dusk each entrance to harbor ques-
day. ,I
centers and resorts in the world. | Passengers arriving on the :i!,i, from the chapel of the Lopez i I i that he will be an even more commanding I members arrange to be present.There .
tion of the intracoastal waterwaywas hours, routes and other
i matters. figure this session than
The pilot who was accompaniedhere "I plane from Miami this morning t i'Funeral Home with Rev George will be t special meeting
Since her return to Key West brought for discussion and ;' i Iin the last. In the 73rd congress ;
up were Otto. Schoenwork. William ] E. Summers of the First Methodist i Mr. Waldo said he and his as- tomorrow evening at 7:30 for the
by K. P. Jones and Ernest
about November 1, she has taken!| the cost of the operations was one Schoenwork Raymond Crane, Edward -I Church officiating. !: ,' everyone recognized how much I purpose of appointing a committee .
Claw son, has been a I interest the I II 'I I I The arrived this morning sociates expect to be back in the, President Roosevelt relied on the
|passenger a great in progress of of the points discussed.It Leonard. Sarah Leonard and body to be in charge of the United

pilot for 15 years and has flownin the rehabilitation program and is' was learned from an author- Gordon Lewis. j!I by train from Miami accompanied city about Sunday and by that ruddy-faced Texan. He was, per- States President's Birthday Hall
I than individual
haps other
I Bookings for the return trip'' by his daughter Mrs. f:. S. Baker more any one scheduled: to take
Europe South America and serving as assistant secretary of ity on these matters that the cost '' time council members will have the contact man betweenthe place latter
this afternoon include: William :,'son George A. Eneas, and granddaughter -, part of this month. Proceeds
of channel : 01
North America. lie has taken a seven feet deep and
up the Key West Hospitality League' and Otto Schoenwork Raymond Mrs. R. II. Rice, whoI reached some decision and had opposite'ends of Pennsylvania this Ball will be donated to the
over 1 100,000 jtjMiKyuigcrs duringthe *Speaking.Df JKey West 11 rs. 70 feet side, to be created: by*theUnrteS'Sta'tea I CrangJand-RvR-Wallace. ."".* ,1 I I ITODAY'S I I are"thesurvivors..- , avenue. jp._ rrfj- 1Breaking Warm Springs: Georgia Foundation
1 .
engineers!!, from Miami I time to make changes, if any were A Precedent ,
15 years with not one acci- Botsford said that "no place holds' to point Bahia 1 Fund for Infantile Paralysis .
a near Honda --- ---- i There are several reasons for
dent. the charm and combines the would be 130000. An eight foot!,I I I required in the franchise. j I j'I the belief' that President noo C.e. victims and to which he devotesa

healthful and equitable climate! as'' channel 100 feet wide would cost I] [ It was learned today that Attorney -',: velt will lean even more heavilyon great deal of time. It will be .

does her native city and she feels $290,000. I l L WEATHER TJ T \\'. Curry Harris was assigned -'I Garner for guidance in maneuvering remembered that the Ball in Key
CHURCH West last
BOARD that Key West can become one of: To continue the seven foot deep I I to draw up the !franchise I with congress this session. year highly successful :

the leading tourist centers<< ."* 70 foot wide channel to Key Westwould i IL :;:, that it was completed this morn- One is that he quit. his beloved I and it is believed that thisyear's

MOVES AGAINSTLIQUORMEASURE America if the people will coOperate ; cost $492,500 and the)I Temperature Florida: Mostly\ cloudy with ing and immediately afterward Uvalde a month before the date '}I The will top the previous one.

fully and take advantage'; channel eight feet deep and 100 I Highest .........._...._.....................69 I light showers in extreme north'I 1 I presented for the consideration of for convening congress. Since heI following were nude committee appointments
of the opportunities provided for' feet wide would cost $1,500,000. Lowest ... ... ..'-6G j i i the council members. i ii I I I broke a long-standing habit of :

I I them by the rehabilitation I pro-f When these figures were given I l Mean .. = ::: ::::::=::-- : : 68 -'1t"ffi- Jir','" %\\\\!i'', 6P h-' I I i i Members\ of the council who'getting into Washington only a Scba'Finance tian Cabrera.Committee Jr:, cfiair.
gram.E to The Citizen it said by the '' hours before actually
was Normal Mean ..........._....__._..69 I .J .7 I It I| were spoken to by The Citizen congress man; Wm. R. Porter. Dr. N. C
I giver of the information that this Rainfall t r.d "" say that the franchise will betaken got under way, everyone here
good time to have the interest .11'rI" % started Pintado. Fred Dion, E. A. Strunk.
ENDORSES was a I guessing.
POLICY OF TilE : for consideration and
MANY AGENCIESOF Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins. the I up
of the citizens of Key West I \ : '| A favorite surmise was that he Greeting Committee
Normal Precipitation .., .08 In t ;i I discussion before the end of the Mrs. Wm. R.
AND ACTION OF chairman
aroused and have every businessand I I 21-nrur. prrlud \ : week and it is was returning early to take a ;
Thin rreord ewvrr possible an answer
MINORITY COUNCILMEN CA. "NEW DEAL" professional man in the city al M 'rlwrk: tale ...r.t.". \ v 1bJlI '[ I 1 I I will be in readiness by the time]I I hand in the choice of the next Mrs IIick\ Fred Kirkland. nIl"&. Clifford

write to Florida's senators and Tomorrow'. Almanac if; speaker of the house. But he fooled Mrs Eola Swicegood. ML-"
I 1..d..K I ,)!; }; I I: the promaters of the idea return Alice Jones.
BRERA HOFFMAN ROBERTSAt ATTENTION congressmen and urge their hand- .................... 7:14 a. m.1 r(1' if J.r. j!: at the end of the week. I 'em all. I .

ling of the matter right away in I Sun sets ......._..._..... 5:55 p. S !1.r" i i: While nothing of a definite nature He had been here only a few Robert Transportation
I j order to have the project in all its Moon rises --..... _....10:40 a. m.
a meeting of the Key West 'details before the present' sessionof I I Moon sets ..........._10:58 p. m. 'Partly Cloudy Southerly Winds that in the event an '1| White House after a conference I man Cobo;, Charles Vcsey Johnson Lowe, Dr.Joe ArmanI Pearl-)

Ministerial Alliance held on : FHA ONE OF MANY EXPECTEDTO I, congress. Tomorrow' Titles I portion and warmer in south por- agreement) is reached and the ;| with President Roosevelt and an- man.
\Ion-I P.M.I tion tonight; Wednesday generality franchise accepted by parties of nounced that the executive end of
resolutions day January 7th, the following DRAW CONGRESSIONAL I MILORD BECOMES' High .__. 0:26 1;07 '! fair,,.slightly colder in north J I the first part and parties of theM'c4'Ad !!| the .government would which'j,take, no,I I 'P Mrs ri ,r.!''Housing Wallace Committee B. Kirke, chairman
were affair
unanimously : in strictly
;;; part an
COMING AC be taken
FIRE will
Low ... 6:45''I'' : 7:01,1 l I portionHn 1 1r r part steps '. ; Mrs. B. Curry Moreno. Fred
adopted!: dace;fo.'A\'iUQ.tlt,.F'IariJaISit: ai a'r Oe operation of concerned the legislative; branch. j
'" I Barometer nt"R"tt"'ni:;-loday: ,'+ he passenger IDion;;'VCe1 Johnson; Mr:;. Jerry
WHEREAS: The action ,of the TIVITIESBy MUCH INTERESTEDIN Sea level 29.X94. ''" "'' r Gentle norjhwrijr, .!ygentle co'lilh' ,tIC over the highway between ,, A Clear Conscience Tp '.vor. !". "
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thereafter the
I Shortly'
,i tojnxukrate southerly L Vest and Miaou. This 'j
) pro-
City Council relative
to thepass- I h l r . JEnte.rlainmentMrs. ,
FERAPROGRAM Lowest'Highest' '' \ ap.t'NAAlftmg to wes JrJ',1d1t 1 ;if n will' comes within the snip camjjdate.beljevedtt: be Lewis .E.
ing of certain city Ordinances per- ner's cKoicc-his 'close: personal!., pierce: chainnnn;
HERBERT PLUMMER 1tyclndpy Mall f-"Utl, overea.wcather ( e.of the courtly: commi ion- f
: Station- Last Night YC (a claio :} Mrs. Victor Moffett, Mrs U. C.
taining to the sale'of intoxicating Stir A...ortJlrra trr*.) ,. """1' i tonight: anti Wednesday. ; ers.i friend.: SVnf;,Kayturn. oJ'I1exaS--1 Mrs .
Abilene ..._._... 44 6V I withdrew. i Galey Bottford, AIr", lVal
liquor, has been called to at- WASHINGTON Jan. 8. Ifrumors , I j ,
our ;'Ul' '" probablyoccasional? : shutters ovcj::; i I I' lace B. KIrljO '
Atlanta 56 58 ;
That statement from the
tention therefore be it OCCUPYING TIME WHILE ". extreme; north portion. steps I
; fi'EAF Committee
in the MUTE'NOW Publicity
backstage Boston 46 50 of the White House removed all I
East Gulf: Gentle to moderate ll'ates. .
RESOLVED: That this Alliance VACATIONING HERE IN: possibilities! of later accusations W. L. .chairman; Dr. Armando
anything, one of the first' Buffalo 46 54 southerly winds thifling to (
goes on record as commending the being hurled at him that he took Cobo. Mrs.\ O. S. Long, Mr: .
action of Councilmen Hoffman alphabetical agencies of the "new I TRANSLATING INTO SPAN- Charleston ......_ 58 68 erly tonight.Yr.ATHEK. west-I DRAWING PENSION sides.! It did another thing too.j I Botlford. Mr?. B. Curry Moreno.

Cabrera and Roberts in voting Chicago .,. 40 46 I I I House Committee
deal" likely to draw con.crenioDal' ISH MANY OF ARTICLES COND He now h able to "lay down the I I
against Ordinance No. 30G, and I Denver ..._......,.. 36 62 I t '''i law" in the coming months if :i W. II. Malone, chairman; Mrs
The Key West Citizen for its editorial fire is FHA. 1 1 ENRICHED FOR MAKING PORTRAIT with I I j Pierce. Rev. James S. Day, Sebastian
I Detroit ............._ 38 48 Pressure: i h low this morning: : necessary on capitol hill a
ther relating thereto. Be it fur- The chief criticism of the fed- Cuban Consul Domingo Milord Galveston ....__.... 58 70 I from the north Pacific States I I BUST OF MUSSOLINI j I': clear conscience.: lie is outside any I I Cabrera, Mrs Botsford.

I erol housing program seems to be who is vacationing in his old home,'1 1 I Havana ...___._.... 64 southeastward across the country I factional strife which might arise

RESOLVED: That this Alliance. that there's been too much delay Key West, from his duties as con-j i'|I Huron 12 40 to the South Atlantic States with I I !/['lilt.a, the result of the speakership I TO MOUNT WORLD'S\

desires to go on record as being!! in getting things started. When i sul at Savannah Ga., is occupyinghis Jacksonville CO 72 disturbances over the northern 1, I
in favor of Ordinance No. 305 j }'II.was created in the ..... More evidence of the important,
closing time translating into Spanish Kansas City 44 ,.56I Rockies and middle Mississippi = !I i
which was originally passed by:: days of the last session the claim matters pertaining to Florida ERA j'I KEY WEST ..._ 66 69 Valley. Helena Mon.. 29.76 inches lljr A" !>rr.*t part he is to play in the coming I I HEAVIEST GUNSI

the unanimous vote of the Council. I was made on all sides that it was activities in Key West. 'I'I I I Little Rock ._... 50 58 and Kansas City and St.I I VIENNA, Jan. 8.-In appreciation -''session is to be found in rumors I I -

the agency which really would Immediately after his arrival 1'Los Angeles ._._. 52 60 Louis Mo.. 29.74 inches. Rains of a bronze bust which he emanating from the White House.I I AM lalr4 PrfMl

This resolution further requests bring recovery. ; JPr. Milord began making a survey j i i I Louisville ...-.-... 54 70 I have occurred since yesterday I I I made of Premier Benito Mus- Much of the silence. which prevail SINGAPORE, Jan. 8.-Three
the President of this Al- I As the situation now stands, of the accomplishments and plans'Miami 56 72 morning throughout the Mississippi I soliniof: Italy.; Bustinus Ambrosi I', ed in official'quarters prior to the 18-inch guns the heaviest in the

liance to appoint a committee of 'say critics, progress has been of the administration in order to!; Minneapolis .__ 30 34 Valley, from the! 'soul1f'rnLake ; rleafand.clumb'A'ustrian: sculptor'convening of congress on the administration's world, are to be mounted in the

three members (Revs. Gekeler I II made chiefly in home renovizinga gain a comprehensive and detailed New Orleans r?. 60 70 region 'southward i into northeastern -J|: i says he'has'been. given a pensionI legislative plans is I heavily fortified British naval .

Summers and Evans; ) to appear comparatively minor part of( idea of the program of rehabilitation -1'''New' York ........ 46 52 Florida. In the central I)I I for')ife'-.and l a','fee of $10,000 by II credited to Garner. I I base here, rapidly becoming the

before the various parent-Teach-I I the program. They say that the, and its many ramifications i[pensacola 56 6! Plains States. eastern Texas,:'ar d i Dnce.' ' Pt I II I I Gibraltar of the far east.

ers Association of phase banked on so-heavily-new I II Since he started this he has (i Pittsburgh 44 56 on the Pacific coast''. from $an I I I Mussolini ''wrote! Ambrosi i ''recently -1ITALIAN, MAKES These giant cannon are reputed

urge their co-operation in an effort -!I construction-has' lagged. I written a number of articles in I I i i St. Louis 52 54 Francisco northward'and there that of all the scores of to fire a shell of more than 3.500

to have an ordinance parsed ]i FHA officials blame the delay, Spanish and is now at work on ai Salt Lake City .. 36 52 has been snow in' the'" northern I I II busts and r.h tings% made of 'him' I pounds weigh 150 tons and are
which will give greater ''': both on the difficulties of setting I translation of three article;,j San Francisco ? 48 56 I Rockies find the' 'western portion;since he 'bame into office'( a. decade' -1 4 i VERY LONG DIVEI 59 feet long. It Is possible that
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to our homes and our prott'ction'I'!I up such a huge organization as( covering the past activities, thej i[Seattle ____ 36 46 of the Lake Superior region. ago the bronze figure by I'1 firing of these guns will break
it further \I t contemplated in the act and to'' present program and the proposed Tampa 60 72 Somewhat colder weather pre- I the Vienna genius is by far the 1 I I windows in this city, 15 miles

RESOLVED! : That copies of, legal obstacles. II |I: projects for the future. .Washington 44 66 I vails this morning in the Plains 1 finest. The Italian leader ordered 1I I ( A_...... ...... I

this resolution be handed the I State Laws "Barriers" 1 j i i These articles appeared in the Williston 8 24 States,and portions of Texas and : eight' duplicates of the bust.I BRINDISI. Italy, Jan. 8.-Paolo I away.When the naval bae i is made

above mentioned Councilmen andto The cause of most. concern' issues of The Citiien Thursday. temperatures have 'risen on the I for presentation purposes. I: Campagnoli, a warrant officer in I impregnable which experts believe

the newspapers of the city, and' among business and labor I leadersis Friday and Saturday of last week WEATHER FORECASTTill middle Gulf coast, and readingsare I Similarly, the pope gave Am-! the Italian navy, remained under II will be within a year Great Britain .

same be spread on the minutes of the fact that almost 30 per and Mr. Milord immediately be- generally near or above nor : brosi, one a poor stonecutter a water 8 hours here exploring' the will be able to send fighting

this Alliance. I I cent less new home building wenton gan the work of translating them ( 8 "p. m.. Wednesday) mal throughout the country with r'sizeable honorarium and a letter harbor floor visited the surfacefor 1 I ships into the Pacific without fear

Done by order of the Key West' in November 1934. than in ; to be sent to the Cuban Department Key West and Vicinity: Partly unseasonably mild weather in j I.of appreciation for a bronze like-!:; 30 minutes and went down that they may be crippled 2.000

Ministerial Alliance this the 7th :November 1933. During the j;; of State in order to give cloudy tonight and Wednesday; many sections from the Mississippi ness of the holy father. This por' again for an hour and a half. He I miles from a repair base. The:

day of January l'J35.SHULER. ', same peirod 60 per cent more'I I Cuban officials an intimate idea warmer tonight: gentle' to mod Valley eastward. -j trays the pontiff with a wonderful -' wore 'an ordinary diving suit and I floating dock at the local base

PEELK. money was .spent for' alterations I I(,II of the scope of the rehabilitation erate southerly winds, shifting' to G. S. KENNEDY. smile and an expression of worked at depths of from 40 to i can lift the largest battleship.. i in

President., and repairs on old buildings. j I idea. westerly tonight. a Official in Charge. 'radiant serenity. j 175: feet. the world. *

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SEA ... ................... r.... ........O .!.e.' .......... ......IIToday's Pa. Died in New York City,
OLhr rp1rs\! ; (: ti) 1! HEROISM AT -1 .i : [ ;;: :March 2, 1925.

i 1 iTJlli .--.- I The North Atlantic has been stirredup KEY WEST IN Today In History! : CLASSIFIED
fu ,u heU'Dally Eacept: 5,1I tTZK.M"I: >G <;0.. 1Y(:. by a number of recent storms of unusual DAYS GONE BY i t... ..... 1e,.a. a* Anniversaries 1857-Augustus Thomas, dean
L. ,.. AIITMI. %. 1're.IJe.t. 1815 Battle of New CeansAmericans COLUMNWANTED pf the American plarwrig-hts! ofhis
From The Citizen Building I severity. Several ships have been Happenings Here Jos| 10 Years'' under Jackso l defeat -, : !: .I *.................*.ae.} 'I i day, author of spine of the
Corner Greene and Ann Street lost but in most cases the crews.have been Ago Today As Taken From I British. Jff ; ..... ...... 1735-((200 years ago) John best known plays, born in St.

'-4.U Newspaper In Key Wast and Monroe I rescued. One tragic case was the Belgian I The Files Of The Citizen t .w i I Carroll, first Roman Catholic bishop Louis. Died Aug. 13, 1934.
County. i ship, "Usworth", of which about half of I I 1873-William M. Tweed no-I in the United States, Balti-:
: 1 torious Tammany leader, brought WANTED passengers to JaC'k-I'more's first archbishop, born at :: About one per cent of the-
Arrangements have been
urcon.l class matter the lost. The ,of the completed -
itcrrtl at Kry W* t, Florida as crew was story i ito Marlboro, Md. Died in Bal-j
sonville Upper State
<< for the dance which the' trial in New York. i by car on population of the United
.It"T\-IoIXTIl! 1 RUt rescue of the other half, as told by Cap- 1 I citizens of Key West will give tonight : Inquire 915! Eaton street i timore. Dec. 3, 1815. I are morons.

1..C'r .r the .tlaCco" .'n.. tain Heed, is one of courage and bravery. for the enlisted personnel,Qf I 1875-Beginning": of thf'T.a- ; jan72txMISCELLANEOUS Ii noted'I
1786 Nicholas Biddle
. oj Assoelatr.l l'reaa .s Ixcluslyell' entitled to.IS. :! .; "Soaked rain and water the RrithJt t hipBwConstanco IlThefW! ftU \ -. : The Citizen.
: .r republication ut all news dispatches credited; tu' by sea i anti tpous.trial J ( : <)l: ,<$ : Philadelphia financier, head! of the I Subscribe to
If or not otherwise credited In this paper anal al!. I and frozen Curlew, which have been Tn the IJenry Ward.fle .b e l bja d ... I
from kept t.
here.MUN'Iti'TIOY exposure we ta men'' yrJ; f '-.1, U. S. Bank, man of letters and .
the local hews" published Gir'f j week, alsd } *
HATir :* watching the two ships steaming 1 oC..t-l, twat r"nt-station tfnd'the Dejstroyor i Itrob@IpnI! tY'utI 1itlH\ i it191ri I GASH P/lDtdrJ3fsed; { furnjture.10J \ ."I statesman, born in Philadelphia ,

..'ne .nr __..._ ... .................._......._...__....-._____$10.0_ around. The :.sea was terribly} bad.' Howry and the two mine i .. J\: ,Southardtrect.. IVied there, Feb. 27, 1844.
Ms Months .._m.. .. m....._..+. ---- *.fl, I : / =f111kg.e< Custer,1 s jrpij. I ,i" dec7-lmox I i --
l'brt'e Months ........m.._.m..... .._._'-- :.ttt We felt rather discouraged after sec- planters. The dance will be one of .. .'P V 1 T. . \ rr* Lowell: Mason, Savannah TYPEWRITING I
One ;Month _................ ..._. JVeekly 1L the bright! fpiitt:: of the fta off I I I I 1792- !
( ......_.....-.. ......-_.....-.............._... ..-..- ,n ing two unsuccessful attempts piade the Wilson's to FOR RENT Ga.. bank clerk, Boston, New
:\ rn.en at Key}}:est. 1HR-l'res. speech
4 : I I York anti Orange. N. J.. teacher
IUTE the A'scania to fire rocktt line th Points PAPER
Aim.ltTIMNUMail ; by a congress declaring 14
*' known on AI.II"'l1l1on. | of music! composer and hymn
- !SI'M"IA I. NOT1CI3 across to us."Shortly. Colonel Robert O. Thompson j of IVace. i I, 1013 Southard: street. j I writer, born at M dfield, Mass.
All reading notions, cards of thanks, resolutions ctNrpott. afterward the Belgian I ha arrived! in his yacht Everglades : ]1..1 dec22-lmoxj i Died at Orange, N. J., Au:'. 11.
rblluary nonce-a, etc. will be charge for at and has as his guests Admiral .
.1.* rate of 10 cent a line. launched lifeboat after ter- J872. i 1 75cPackage
Notic's: for entertainments by churches from which ship a a and! Mrs. Urownson and I[ Today's Horoscope''j ; SOUTH BEACH: BUNGALOW.
t revenue la to lie derived are 6 cents a line. rific struggle with the high seas and General Sir Richard Reginald: ) ) !' I AH modern conveniences. soldier
The CHUn Is an open forum and Invite discus. i . !!.!! *c* se. 9..1|I 1821-James Lonj <;treet. .1
don of imi.UP: ISSIKS and subjects of local or general. squalls that continually blew up. 'It Hopkins, of the British! army.]I 1. I I Bathipg,. and fishing' at jour "the war horse of the Confederacy of 500 Sheets
it rt but it will not publish anonymous. communi..iI '- ColcneJ Thompson said) he is so; You should have remarkable back door. Frank Johnson, ; government official, '
,. 'i
I. eventually came under our lee. four- of expression in music and '
well pleaded! Key West I powers
wjth ts a
I i Colonial Hotel Building. Minister to Turkey,
-------- postmaster.
------- teen of my men leaped into the sea fishing resort center and the cH-! poetry. The nature will be mild.1! jan7-tf U. S. nfarsh&l U. S. commissioner I GOOD QUALITY BOND

TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN and were pulled into the lifeboat. To mate is so delightful, he will spend '' and if the full powers of the mind : of Pacific railroads, after war. PAPER
the winter at this port. are exerted you may easily become I I i AUTO SERVICE born in Edgefield Dist., S. C. Died
our horror we saw this boat capsize a benefactor to mankind.I'
Jan. 2 1904.IRT3Alfred.
WILL always seek the truth and print U when it was smashed against the Jean Editorial l Comment: About $30- There will he trials but patience, CARS WASHED, POLISHED, -THE-
000 will carry the work on to victory.pites Painted and Greased. No. 3
without fear and without favor; never be Jadot. monthly goes out of Kty Alfred R. Wallace -
"The twelve of us still remaining West to mail order houses. Are the Fire Station. decl7-lmo British philosopher-natural ARTMAN PRESSCitizen
afraid to attack or to applaud right;
wrong merchants}. of this city making any of the Christian Science So- ist, born. Died Nov. 7, 1913.
always fight} for progress? ; never be the organ nearly gave up hope then. It seemed effort, to hold th"\, ,!tradeslpel'<<; ] ; $>t,1 i iety :I of Key West, members of PERSONAL Bldg.PHONE .

or the mouthpiece qt .\y.person, clique, impossible for a small boat to live in 9 Look at the advertising\ c$" jiu\iuV\ fulnch'arE'1akftig'of J' : ; t'M 'opportunity. : ;'1.STOMACH ULCER,. GAS PAINS, 1839-William A. Clark. Montana \ !
always'do utmost the the apalling seas), and we knew that } of your !paper and ;cnwer"! hour f fl'mgthtrfrienxl''and heigh- 1 victims, banker, mine-owner and U.
faction or class; fijr j bora eKgi'oilt1in'iinil'a'corree't'' .! ' (AND'INDIGESTION 51
rq Q\\n I ( a : of
..... unless something was done before que\tipar d: '. td;r.c3! ci l (! eieneb. i I why suffer! FOP, quick relief S. Senator, who built up one
public welfare; never* to1erato. corruption'or sun4 _ u _ _ prel'ntsthinzb f' r'il'r tr's i the greatest of the west's mining
Vice j and. virtue set we would be lost. The sun was s As het thf"'speaker"'is! a'nemttevl16f tki'ilIt4her'Chureh ,;; t-cet a free sample"of Udga f'ayettco., '
injustice; denounce : praise ; a "lh\AU1iHl.[ pill The'FIst''Chtirehof ' !; Table a, a doctor's prescription, businesses, born jn :,. :.\ ,"'

commend good done', byJindWdual, '" J..,,. or organization occasionally seen between fierce rain :s-t M'Ol1f.1t I.' 14t' ;1a1.f l Christ- SeientiHif; "''of.. BostofriMasta' ; i -at Gardner's Pharmacy. r __-_.._,_ __ < : .'...\.::- :.,::1 : : :: :'
; tolerant of .otneVsVrights, views and and hail squalls.; It was dipping near J t I" la ive tQ..aJel bill }i 1\I..IJ'n( sit! ey :\ ( '1,1 I'f&\j.! Jan1 r8i9.'4-16-2 l2223282930xFOUND .................... ........... o.oi.,.i .i...i! 1i
West, a will.e. .wtrodiced? in .
opinions; print on.ly': ne\ys>'that will elevate the horizon when we saw the Ascania, the next session! of' -the Florida -' t i AS THE; YEAR DRAWS TO A L SE' :

and not contaminate the reader; never compromise close to windward astern, lower a lifeboat legislature'! providing for the establi i; Deputy U. S. Marshal Andrew .. -

with principle.IMPROVEMENTS and while the liner pumped oil !'hment of such; a court. The i i Lopez today arrested OJiVf'f'' BICYCLE. Sunday. Onwer may : we wish to extend to our clients our sincere thanks for the :
article in question was written by i Jones and C. Venglen as deserteri; i I have same by describing bicycle cooperation which they hare shown us during the past year .
on the water the small boat strug- Judge Hugh Gunn and the views' from the Steamship Elizabeth.)I| and paying for this ad. Apply I : and to wish for' them and! all. Key West a bright and prosperous. :
gled up to our lee. expressed have brought out the j The men will be given a hearing j| 013 Caroline street. jan8-2t New Year.
of !: : It has been our aim to furnish you with every possible
"Two and a ship's bpy favorable comment on part before U. S. Commissioner C. L. i
FOR KEY WEST many citizen- who agree with the Knowles tomorrow. i:j FEMALE HELP banking facility and protection at a minimum cost and at the
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN leaped into the sea but at the time judge and have so expressed them I j ______ I II : same time to aid and assist every worthy enterprise. applying; .
the rescue boat was too far away and selves. Today JUlIe: Gunn said the I The many friends of Mayor $15 WEEKLY and your own I. to us for financial help for
f I| dresses FREE for demonstrating S The pall several years have been most trying year
the waves swept them away and they establishment of the court and appointment Frank JI. Lfidd will learn with! legjef latest lovely Fashion Frocks. : every line ef business.. 1t1; most gratifying; 'to our Officer :
1. Water and Sewerage. drowned. The remaining nine of a fir n and, at the' of his illness for the past few, No canvassing. No investment. l I. and Directors to know that your bank has been'weighed in'the
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- were same time, kindly judge, a man ; (days but will be gratified to learn color : balance and not found wanting. We have weathered the
of us were told to jump, and we all or woman, who umlerft: nds 'chiJd that he expects to be out within.i Write fully. Give size and storms of the past and with pride and confidence look to th.

land. held hands and jumped when the life- nature, will prove of decided;t( the next few days. preference.S-1450,Fashion Cincinnati Frocks, Ohio.,I : future. We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith iu
Dept. and .
us approval.To
3. Free Port. worth to juvenile delinquents.A I' your
boat, rising on the crest of a roller, jan8ltxFOR the many of you who have been with us since the .
There is silence which is'lold-
4. Hotels and Apartnu-n' j a I i : bank was founded la 1891 as well as to those who have become .
Pavilion. was as close; as was safe, and we were free lecture on Christian i en but the silence of the merchants I SALE I associated with us since that time we wish for you during -
5. Bathing all hauled to safety." Science will be delivered in San who fail to advertise their 1 : the coming year much of those mast valuable things which 8

6. Aquarium. The men who manned the life-boat of Carlos Hall Friday evening. January 1 wares is the reason many golden' 'I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 : money cannot buy, good health, peace and happiness.. :
7. Airports-Land and Sea. 9, at 8 o'clock, by Frank Bell, I opportunities for increase in their sheets 125. The Artman -
the Ascania were heroes. They had just C. S. B., of Philadelphia. The lecture I j jales pa's them by. This is the silence i. I Press, Citizen Building. i I : THE FIRST I I.1 NATIONAL BANK ?! KEY WEST :
Consolidation; of and City
8. County '
seen one life boat swamped by the angry will be given under the aus-.' which is not golden. j jun27tf ..tl..I. ..t ., e e. 5,'.fie/e. 1!. l tla

Governments. ._ .
but notwithstanding they -- ---
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Resolutions, like virtue, are their own an effort to save the lives of twelve

reward. men they did not know citizens of another

natior They are entitled to praise and .

Not every good deed needs a pub- commendation. '5 4 .. C Ic I

licity agent. ; ;: : 4 .5 I IA

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Fear of appearing poor keeps a good Senator T. J. Robinson of Arkansas, c 4. .. 't. ... c.

many people that way. Democratic leader in the United States 11.

Senate, recently returned from, a trip to

Some adorn their writings with historical Europe. While over there he says he told :a.

allusions; others: seem partial to I the leaders that this country would not

hysterical illusions. again take part in European He said :
; .
"I assured every one of these inquiriesthat

Popular indoor sport: Soaking the the United States does not understand ; .,

taxpayer.-Times-Union. Instead it is the I Europe's complicated problems, and H I

tax dodger who should be soaked. has no patience with the intrigues through i,

which the various countries seek to gain a,

Electric fro t alarms are used in their ends," he said. 0
4 1
orange: groves.JTFtes"sfcould also be "I further assured them that if there '

sounded just before .:(fdftio comedian be- t t's another war in Europe, the United : fl,,r ;rrA4' .t

..,' ..".. States will not .,
( 1" : .' '.lital\9: { supply men, munitions( or : ,41.

--I'" ., .1).' .. KliOne sympathy to any nation, but will {rj to : "J"'

expert estimated that crime costs. protect itself as best it may, and remainat : .

the United.., States ,seven.t. _'i billion dollars ";i _' peace with all the world." p, : ? ,C _, : w :k __ f ,.,:.Joi. ,'

jear, andvc seem to be getting what we It is probably a good thing to---)'et "" -r-r' 4s 'll1 i iBefore

pay for. Europe know that the United States does 1

--- '- not expect to participate in European 5 ] : "
quarrels :
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Every once in a while it is a good idea but in view of the many varied inter- closing .ilii .::Ji}' ..'.$ 'l't t :.eiJel ii '. ,;t... r 'h "::
fur taxpayers to wonder what becomes of relations between nations,it is hard to see

the money they contribute to their o\'ern- how any major country can avoid being et held a 1Z t interests o

mC"'lalul1ils. \involved in any worldwide struggle.

After writing 11)31) several thousand COMFORTING, AT LEAST ..r, nv, I}';
times, in the of it :, : "y ' 1'f'y.: ,';
course a year, requires a
little practice to get away from this habit The great English author, Sir Arthur I 'p :: .;t.- ..' ...y:iJ y;::::v:<.,...L:!' ..ng..v: s eches' bave;neet1..ma e.f:: : J.:::::tf.tlM .

anu; make it 1935.Although Conan Doyle, was converted to a belief in J
.. a
spiritualism a few years before his death.. ; (w.ac' j.b =;:';Fq ya'f
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r ::: ;y;!,:i : ::$yR 'a + ; i.: l/ : .fi..r.:
he is just about that no one lie believed in the possibility,,, .of com- f' r nf u: $yNf

has yet dubbed Julius Stone Ging of Key municating with the departed spirits: of : E 3 h : :a.9'::: ,- a ';? #" '# ?+':.+vw 'L tom:"'s ti.S4tG.. 4 Y.5.y.;+.L?it..,, .

West.-Tampa Tribune. He hasn't been l i those who had previously l lived ,-on'. ,this .., ,
v Oc p. ;,4 "h4 '
"crowned yet," but it's coming.It earth. His widow says she has been in C 41: c4 : rif: r,:. ryA. I "*.
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31 Z1Sit' .. ::4. '
n ;r 1c;: : ,; .< : r;;: :
communication constantly with him, sa-
is advisable never to neglect your ing.: "I may tell you that wf hat )e tHlr, i / f7 _

health. Cut at this particular time. ex constant communication \"er'i nce''tthedear i ,:

treme caution should be taken to avoid physical presence left us. 'You pan .." . "" ,,' I ., .,.. .

colds, which may develop into more seri- imagine the immeasurable comfort and I''t "

ous complications. help ithas been to my children and myself fl47t' i .
. I can truly tell you that my children S .
/i? they
Napoleon's atheism i is well known to and I have 100 per cent evidence of his they'reMILDER .

historians. Others think "Napoleon believed continued loving care of us and his knowledge 1- J ,
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: in a God because he referred to the of the manifest detail concerning our I <.i!:;. i : .; TASTE BETTERIHI : / .

deity in his letters? on several occasions, lives. <
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particularly to his wife, Marie Louise the There will be many who will smile at I. .. ,
Austrian, who! was religiously inclined. this old lady's faith. However, it is a com- 4.

Napoleon was not only a good general but l fort to her. Besides, she may be right, . _....--" : ',.. ::

an astute actor as \' cH. after all. .. A .(tU3 tr k Mrut -a+ao co.- ;",.J.t' .< ... j.,.: 4;:' "J .,.. ...
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: :Molly O'Brien. -It. a bad business. Jimmy I
cAuM Ttetick a-4 Jerry Ifordttuxt -
art on the trail of a formula I said Quietly. "We've got to get her
worth .'.'j&II" tpilffc has ten of this at once. Will yon come ,

stoles enrch /rcm n drttrt,folly._d. Eases They factory pica to, lOUt with me now and show me ..- __ h__ ____. _. .... .......... ,. ... _: _.. .. .' r'- Puts a Eleotrfc "Liftpp"refrigerator
tlenmekile. Veil it at a hotel cud where the place Is?"
.Vtcfc laaptsitcd kb *oHc<(or. IFe He -
nodded eagerly. "Ton bet. sir.
ft* rftarnt he An* te/rtenJcJ at Ucltu'f Wouldn't! be no use my goln' backto : !
hotel she arrive hut milder mth aka'ly been reformationtart taken' the 'oteL "I'll get the sack tomor- SAM GOLDSMITH I WINTER SERIES OF iAv t in your home

ill", and removed. Tin bow 1&4' tol-* rer. anyway.
lowed tht ear, a it to telling Kick "Don about that I
abort the plate to icAich 'A km you worry I HEADS GOLFERS D1AMONPBALLTO SrORTfLUGUE!
been faltrx. A'ict suspects lout crossed over to my bedroom and .
play from tkt tm srrwpucova Peter pressed the bell) Inside the door. ..i
Orlofft who alto went* tht formula. The has the sealed :1S
"You're working for us." I added BEGIN "Liftop" in mechanism, \l
"and I'll take good care /you don't TOMORKOV1 DIAMONDBALL AND .)
Chapter 23 lose by It." I VOLLEYBALL carries the five year service 'plan, and has Il[ j

FAST WORK Still arrayed In his dressing. ARE GAMES TQ pE the lowest operating cost of electric
gown. Dawson reappeared from the PRESIDENT' Qf CLUB( ADAMS LQPE? ANp gUSY any t\
rt*TpHE car was there In front o' back PLAYED made. :;
regions. refrigerator J'
the second one, Jimmy continued "You wanted me. sir'" TEAMS
"and a* I looks round I see .- r ,
"We're "and I'm
going out."ll&ld.
tbe doctor llftln'out the YOunllady. .,
not sure how long we shall be. It's
A diamondball J league and a
There was another bloke come down quite possible I shall) bring Miss HELD IN PLUMMER HOME: SCHEDULE OUTLINED Let us place in
the steps to 'elp 'Im-a wboppln O'Brien back with me. You might volleyball league for pills are being one your >

great feller te was too-blgger"n get Sir Jerrold's room ready for
; 'er inside between i organized; under the<< sponsorship trial until
sir. The/ carries
you her, on July
Last night i in the home of llr. 4 Senior Diampndball League/ I II home H
'em. and shuts the door.-
"I'll see to It. sir. aid Lionel of the parks and recreation I
Mrs Plummer 416
) I
"Was she still unconscious" I "And there's other was for>e.d$J yesterday afternoon. .
one thlng.lIue I department of the Key West Ad rental '
Elizabeth '
street a meeting at
was first charge
asked. you got a bit of paper bandy I II held by golf enthusiasts and an I at a }meeting held in the recrea-I,ministration.; a [ :
"Booked like It. sir. Any'ov she lie stepped inside the study and tional offices of the FERA, witha
didn't struggle or sing out or notbin' came out with a writing pad. I organization perfected to be known Any girls between the ages, ( of of $l OO month.
as the Key West Golf Club witha !schedule of games arranged between per
o' that sort." "I'm going to.leave a'note for Sir ., 10 and 16 years who are interested r'
"What did you do then r Jerrold." I explained "just in case I charter membership of 20. Adams/ Lopez an<} Busy .it was said hould. register :

"Sneaks along to the bottom o'the he gets back before we do." present Golf Professional and assisted in Dodge the plans was Bee to be played during! *the win- with Miss\ :Harriett J ohJson'bo) See us for complete detail 1! 1
street,and climbs over the railin's.You I ter season. Stower's Park
conldn't kid me that there dirty I SAT down on the end of the carved for bringing the organization into will be at every \
lookln' place was 'orspltal.. and U I oak chest and scribbled the following an active unit of the several The;,first game, between, Adams! afternoon except Wednesday" ', ..: OlDS All THIS fGC3I:>1 lQts.

they'd gone and took 'er somewhere : : sports organizations in Ke"y West and\ Lopez, ".}lit be played tprno'- Saturday and ''Sunday,. ,;2 .mill.21. ;t+s.TJU r\

else I reckoned 'I'd '''better stop I the a. m. The charter was read and rpw night, at, Bayyiew Pafll, The Key West ,) dot.,; cbtnc etct .I j lu.ale t..jf fnut ,

around, .a.bit .and- see...wot.'appened.. "II I -ha.:Jimmy,Just Fox-the com In kid with at the Milan new unanimously adopted with the fol The, schedule ;,follqws! ,,,,with, the Subscribe fqr: The PiBEN.JAMIN it tp: !' 1 h.r:: i f hettitt bottle : 2-tvp Ih'.
"L. o. '
-\0\ ,
i lowing members elected to serve first ,named ,team}, playing "athgpte" lb roast 1 1.:4
I I LOfEZ', i iFUNERAL Icnocc e 1 bi. tJC..eiie- r.:
as officers for the ensuing; six 'and! the second counted as 3 Ibs. tomatoes c t biA. !

months: Sam Goldmi, President !the,visiting club:,,r., HOME 5. Electric: C::0 fetry. .c.crape 3 d.>><:. auu Orapj s 2IemOW t

; Clem C. Price, Vice President January 9-Adams vs. Lopez ,Established. ; 49 YearsJCpy r laid I iu salad. dnalaa e. 1 Ip,
; Melvin E. Russell, Secretary January 11-Lopez, vs.. Busy West's OW ,t taiicrs C 1''th.ore.qt. water t ton.otrfr

and Treasurer. These officers withE. Bee. 24-Hour. Ambulant Service' F. AYALA, Sales Mgr. ,2 quick 9 'U"U,.urinc.bs.lun,, .'-..', t

A. Strunk, Jr. and W. Curry January 14-. Adams vs. Busy LIcnt.4 EmbalinerPhM ;, '<1ITIIIIII'IIIIIIII.I'P.JI144rS
Harris, will act as a board of di- Bee. 138 Nlffct I ttO-W -,- I]$

yE .. v. at .t.... rectors. January. 16;-Busy' Bee. vs.' --- .
Other charter. members besides Lopez. --

the officials the organization: January! / |8-Lopez: vs. dams.! '

are: Lionel II. Plummer William January 21-Busy Bee vs. fE

P. Kemp, J. J. Kirschenbaum, Wil-I I Adams..

liam W, Watkins, Russell Krr"! January 23-Adams vs. Lopez.

Joe Lopez. Wm. II. Malone, Berlin 1 January 25-Lopez. vs.. Busy

Sawyer, Horace O'Bryant, Lewis I Bep.. / ,

Pierce, Charles H. Ketchum, Rob- January 28-Adams. vs.. Busy, I RELIABLE FIRMSWho
ert Spottswood J. R. Stoward, T. Bee.:

II, Pittman and C. B. Jones. I January. 30.-Busy. Bee vs.
After a brief discussion the I Lope*.

t .w r policy adopted the first six i February!! 1 Lopez vs. Adams

months period was: One match to i February 4-Busy. Bee vs. I
Offer Their Customers Service nd
be played monthly between two Adams. Satisfaction

selected teams; the losers in each I February 6-Adams vs. Lopez.

?Y the foursome winners.to pay for a dinner) for II Bee.February" 8-Lopez vs. Bqsy. I ..!..................t.et .!l1..axe..........,:e.!.,.!,.',.tfotA.tt.lRf:'ttl1S1..t!!!,!.1t1'I"s

t 1 J. J. Kirschenbaum and W. February 11-Adam? vs. Busy PLANTS FLOWERS I : '
Curry Harris were selected as Bee CAKES and $ :
team captains for the first three, February 13-: Busy! Bee vs.: VINES .iCocgapot ,. ; ; STATION : CONDENSER MILK-- '

months, They will choose members) Leper __ < -'. .' : AUTO SERVICE I ,
for the first game to be ,played I February 15-.Lopez vs. Ada-ms. ..: Plants, each tic : CARS : ASK fOR IT AT YOUR
Thursday, January 17. February 18-BUSY Bee v., WASHED
"They carries her Inside," explained Jimmy. At the conclusion of the busi-I Adams.! Hibiscus Plants each IOe-25 9 : CARS POLISHED : NEIGHBORHOOD J STORE i:

"tt'ell done. Jimmy!" I broke In."You've that Molly was" found unconscious of the Bouea.lnvlllea' Red or Pur- : GOOD GULF GASOLINE :
In her bedroom about ten o'clock. ness part meeting delicious pie/ .....V.,..... .... 50e_ iVflJO j TOP Same quality and.weight us I?
and t1 tr SERVICE
got more sense guts I f.n& was taken away In ear by a refreshments were served by Mrs. I s., : 2 other higher. priced cpndejised t\
than ten ordinary boys." J> l.pO : : BATTERY SERVICE milk ..
to the hospitaLlie
He Rushed! with pleasure. "Don't had the sense to follow In atixi ,Crotons. each ".-..-.... -.. 25c : GULF SERVICE WITH A :
know bow long It was I was w hUh slum behind faddlnglon. FORMED Turks Cap, each 2Sc SMILE i . '
) UD '.0 1I
I ,
re-, sir. Scene! a bit of a time It's called Wharf Lane-a blind alley PLANNING FOR : :
like, and then, just' as it started rain. I oft UII in', cut: the doctor: again anJ VB In Is the last house on the- and P ,tries always f cab- I
cones rUht HERE YESTERDAY 1 I f are r A
drives: off In 'is tar. The win-tows ;"ot the slightest doubt OrloCTi BOXING SHOWS South Florida ? .nS-V SiS'su.l i WOLESAIE GROCERY ft
was ell down ad: there didn't seers at the bottom of It. Pushing If alonIhAr" don'ttinJ ..: Nursery ; Maloney. & Peacock .Cor and .
to b e no one else about so I t lr.ti u tralght+ here away when so you you turn up. bono 597 Catherine. St. : PHONE 818 e PHONE 91 D11!?olll sad. Thomas Street* ?4
', ion :i know where to come and collent DURINGWINTER SLUGGERS, LA TROPICAL AND *
to mesclfn"S the time to n8 a ; ** %
\ the pieces., eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeefeteeetfeeeee'f'eeteee' eftttt fte 9'ee.t.4
look"Wharf: round twine, sir-that's wet the I "IJcia you are!I" i I remarked.NICK".Iti ACEVEDO STARS WILL ppLECT SpA FOODS J i ; W ff t

reefs called and it turns otter: i "'e'r.) aot back give this." to Sir Jer- JOHN NEBO PROMOTER Np MAKE UP CLUBS; OPENING I Jewfish 2 Ibt: 35c I PLUMBINGS" i INSURANCE, I HAPPY s xnr gj
lshop'. Terrace: There's a bridge; I roll! directly he arrlves.I MATCHMAKER BEGINS AR.I I
,.. i": Yellowtail Steak, 2 Iba. .... 35c :
over the canal Just: before you coniesto I \ good sir. lie hesitated. GAMES ON SUNDAYA ,\

It, and the rater: runs nloug at i "You'll excuse me. sir, tyut If there'i RANGEMENTS FOB. ., NUMBEROF '' Yelo{! .UiI. on Bone, 2 Ib... 25c S Office m .
the back behind!' the builder's yard I any further way In which I could 'J "I Grouper, 2 lb.. 25c JSnapper DUUQ PUMPS : : ?19DHT !,lStrw2 tI | ,

and the two 'ousca. I be of assistance . ."* BOUTSBy I' 2 lb' .., .. ., 2Sc t ,,
"I. writes doau the names with a I shook my head. "I think we can 1935: baseball league was or. I Mutton Fish, 2 lb.. 25e S fLUMBING SUPPLIES i
I II IIThtre's ganized yesterday at the Fiit -
bit o' pencil so as.I HOQ'I forset?IU manage It, Dawson I said." Iuch ( OSCAR PITA' ) with schedule made i SALTED MULLET ROE t TELEPHONE NR' J. .
and then I reckons that! the.: best : obllg d to you all the same. no doubt now that pffices a updayHhe.
thing lean, cp! 'IMO comeatcUFere; a e e local fans will see some good I for the season, "h.tJ.-will open ...:L... Select,' Oysters: : HONE 348 :. S .. . ..

aDd tell roi I'didp'1'knorK4tuypwhere l .Q'p..ii,:j, *ho, bad' ,been staring ing Shows this winter. Act n bOX-j[Sunday! afteroiir" .'''';'' J,ayyt A0M'$'PRODUCTS : J : -TH Jrl. Your,M_ I. [At
I \\as. bait I walks back along nseki f, out of the, window( . sat UP :, r4' with; :'....:"'aPuti I ad\ tilvltAthe ; I.
matchmaker and !\
and tt)6'op I wI.h' jerk"'gre'y where promoter WJ\el' : {syasW,3. .r' 1U" '. Macs#1 i I tl o Co RestaurantBndweUtr t
Bishops Tejice. : at ) sudden High School under whose: r '$ urge ; lO""C.v 1.1: "i! (- : : : : :
nicks: ni a fclne! .\k:Uh a truck;uho! wo (..int btf.;*lr., Tbafftjhe: cawleestall the oenittgftne; "i; ffUi r JOHN C PARK
,Will havn'! a irtpK at a canfee"stall. : Qp Uie other side of the street Dices the shows will be Jrtaged dtJ j;1 I.6riaaistars; lntbAIDI: I 'I 541 : l f1t Ml'T D "VERY W '. -'. . - : : Beer "" --.---. 15cSij .

'1'; was coniJp'! iljt l.t way and ho give, As tet'spoVe the taxi swung round John Nebo IS'i busy engaging*thej,AmrIJI Tt bpicah wW 2cay4 :: LOWEFlSteCWANYj i :: : : 'CouMo Dinner*, _..._
available r -
best talent
Cnarlns Crpsa"Ile the rI3Ist'.an\t': \ beginning! to slacken in ,tbe\tlpii .
me a lift as far as (ra \ infounds} ; ra 5 it 5Oc.,75c, aaa'Uc
: : ..JSI; S 32 SIMONTON ST. ----------
stared me anxiously. "I 'ope speed: ; 1 done right at sir? I .'," .*\trOXK curb. 1' thrort: open the doer and night, which according ttrj'plans! !>the;Sluggers i Sta.rs'i Friday,. from..iiCand 4 to 6 't,N..............,..,.:!,...o./ ..... ,..!!.e..'..................!.!!:...eeeeeeee.,....,e e.c.

stepped out: laid out. will be the 21st. of the :

u risht'!" I echoed "By "This is Bishop's Terrace sir." current month. p. m. will be Our Reputation is Wr. p- : AARON_ CONNELL., :; IT WILL SURPRJSE! YOP! .. Attention !
I I J-- Housewives
*-' Heaven.Jimmy.. I should think announced the driver. "You didn'tsay Some of the old boys who put All postponed games' ped in very package J "'3$ Flentior Street : .
what number you wanted." '' played at the end of the season. To see the PRETTY GIFTS J
you had! boxing; on its feet some five years' /
I took twq or three paces up and' I produced a handful of loose silver back with their courageous battles'I I I I The Recreation Department will "" I : and NOVELTIES at J
j We
down ths hall-ciy mind working! and selected three half-crowns. may attempt a comeback this winter offer Prizes for the best hitter, of are now offering 3 ,

with fereflsh rapidity. Astounding "Not sure myself," I explained, Among those Pie Traynorand base stealer, extra base hitter best The : THOMPSON'S FREE grades of .
as the boy's story might be. its es "but t expect I shan recognize the are ', pitcher and best infielder and out PRINTING \ a1,! Watih II!! '&
Young Castellano who MARINE :
planation was all too hideously house wben I see It." I banded him maybe ', fielder. Q. or : .-. ., MUSEp!
plain. No matter bow the drugging the money. "Would you like to wait I seen in one of the preliminarybouts I'I'I I In a few days a list of prizes DONE BY US ,-/I 1A : 324 Margaret Street J .. .
providing negotiations goi
here and drive us back? I Inquired."I
and kidnapping bad been arranged. I will be published. Official umpires Things.tha.t your friend will e

left's Molly hands.was unquestionably The house to which in Or-he shall don't be.know but there's exactly a how ten bob long note we I Franks through another as expected.old l head may Young also will and Aguilar be Gonzalez on the at bases.home plate, -THE--- $ WATCHMAKER.: JEWELEh< :,appreciate.thenu Come in and! see J t-- 1

had taken her was probably some for you if you care to take it on." I be seen in action. I I The schedule follows with the ARi'M.AN 2S. 20c and I5c lb.
obscure den belonging to himself. He pocketed the coins and touched Emory Blackuell a high; schoolboy "athome" PR.! .
his cap.That's O.K. with me. guv'- who looks first named team playing .
He doubtless intended to hold ?h.er among I
as a hostage while bargaining with nor. I'll run the old bus over to the I the curled ear line has already the second named counted I 4 LL- PBJPES f REDUCED Jru if it is baked and,served iii our STAR COFFEE MILLS

me for the formula, and wben I stall and have a cup o' tea. You'll agreed to meet a Duke Warren, a I I,I as thevisiting club: CitizenPHONE BId,. : .. .9. to, 12-1 to' o Giant Scallop or ,Heart Sea ; -

thought of her bewildered terror as find me there when you come back. I tough egg from Philadelphia. 'In I II I January 13-Sluggers vs. La' 51 'S & 2 Shells. 512. .... FTgeae S_t. Phone, 256
Own t Uy Nicht
she recovered consciousness and: (Copyright '"I. Penn rutliaftiit C..] his first few amateur,bouts Young I I Tropicals; Sluggers, r!,. Acevedo "... ........ . : . W1 : 1 B
.eeee. ... .. ..
1 1I .e..ttalit..e.,
wondered what bad happened to I Rlackwell staged in this city, he Stars.. Wfwt F .eae,Ztt 1.;,"RtttQ/1ir/t.9...ee11.

her a sudden and savage resolve Nick and Jimmy Turn HOUM- looked like a comer and fans.: will January 20-Stars vs. Sluggers -I DINE AT THE .
flamed up in my heart. breakers. T morrow. welcome him back with open arms. I ; Stars vs. La Tropicals. I I I j -READPJUJCHARD! \ St\l.VETHE:\ POPULAR

. In Warren however .t the local! January Z\-La Tropicals vs. PLAZA | :
---- -'--- : RESTAUlWij' ERT
Stars La Tropic ls vs. Sluggers |
1 fighter will meet a,fast man who, : FUNERAL -
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's | cl-lecturer. born in Chicago, 65 i I I February Sluggers vs. Ace-
I I cian handle his mitts'The'Duke_ is: 5 .. 5
1 1 I La Trop- CIlimAV : Royal Palm Ice Cream g
Birthdavs years ago. not much of a talker but he agr 't I vedo Stars; Sluggers vs. ,11 yea are accnttome. tq STAR

I parently is quite active in a ring, !I Seals.j Jlnin. at home, you will 1 find i : Dignified, SympatheticCovrtcty : And NereidesBARBECUES
.o..o...s.eeeQs'e... | John C. Neihardt of ranson. I j February }0-S ars vs. La! 'fr p- .
If through the boysare '
plans go as THE PLAZA a novel a 4 ea- :
Cal l Ilennrtt Champ Clark. U. Mo., author, born in Illinois, 54 expecting' they will there'll icals Stars vs, Sluggers. _ W joyable experience SabserlPboa $2 Per YearlW tRy 9f, .nt;%:kind.

S, Senator from Missouri born at ;( years a RO.I I be plenty of entertainment! for the February 17-La Tropical vs. _

Bowling Green Mo., 45 years ago. tourists this winter especially to Sluggers; La Tropicals vs. Acevedo mJ : t' LICENSED EMBALMER. . Delicious Touted Sandwiches
,a a Only *
I William O. Taylor, publisher of : Stars.' BREAKFASTLUNCHEQN ." Sunday .
those who for good boxing
I Henrik Sh: ptaJ, the Farmer- | the Boston Globe, born at Nashu, shows. care February 24-Sluggers vs. La 1 l : : Paper' COLD BEER k
,. AatbaUnce 0
Labor U is Senator from Minnefcota I
:N. II., C4 years ago. Trtpicab; Sluggers. vs. 1cgvEdoStrrsa' }
born at lijiiiank. Minn.. 54 1 ; Washin! dent of Rutgers 'u fv.. New % SUPPtK: : Buaine,* Qffjce> Citizen II BOB'S BARBECUg> S ;':
Patrick J. lurIey'of Jt'i'j '
\ njra. ) 3 Acevedo Stars vs. LADY 4TTJ"R4I11T: h -- -
tact .
born i in Philadelphia. 50 aI Id
Okla. lawyer sey II .
:, ton. D. C., and Tulsa : Sl.ggeI; Acevedo. Stars vs. La PLAZA RESTAURANT : W D''t. t' IIW$9" sI,!'!!
: Admiral Henry H. Uou h. Secretary of War under Hoover ago. :
U, S. N., retired, born at St. i born at Choctaw Nation 'fTOgi(lIt I SOS D.T.1 Street PHONE 51 iPho.. 548 l 10m SUep f .Cult Serttcw

Pierre C4 years ago. I Ok1a.. 52 years ago. Hans Kindler of Washington' March 10-La Tropicals va. t. ., o. /

P. C., conductor of music born. .. In,.. Acevedo Stars., .; La Tropical, .,. -vf..
I -
E. Bprton Holmes, ., noted';' : travx . o Df'. ..;Iob"t-c. Clothier. ,. rr.- ..!. Holland, 43 years .?o. .' Sluggers..o. . ., ." .f'-T.,, '. -!' -!'!! ?r.: .,il I'II''f'Ki



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Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera will en- Jack Cruz left yestesday for E. E. Stokes, of the Florida paper ,by 6:00 o'clock in the

Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress tertain at a birthday party in Miami where he will spend a while ERA who left several days ago afternoon mil telephone 51
honor of her daughter Zetta .
with relatives. j for Jacksonville, is registered at and a paper will be sent
'PHONE 752-J Frances, on Thursday afternoon the Hotel Seminole in that city.
from 4 to 6 at the Harris School to your home. A complaint
.................................................. grounds. Andrew Pritchard who was ..... boy is on duty at this office

Convent Pupils To Have Music Today is Zetta Frances' sixth spending two days in Key West Mrs. Alfred DeBarritt arid from 6:00 to 7:15 p. m. for the

birthday but it was impossible to I with relatives left yesterday afternoon daughter who were spending a purpose of delivering com

Recital At Hall This Evening hold the party today due to the for his home in MiamL few days in Miami returned yes plaints. Help us give you 100
terday. percent service by calling 51 if
fact that she, with other young
you do not receive The Citizen.
members of the.Convent School, -
I .
Pupils of the Junior Music Department -I 14. 'Learning'to' Dance, Hopkins are tonight participating in a Mrs. Robert Russell teacher in

of the Convent of Mary:, -C. Cobo. musical entertainment at 'the Kej: West High School returned Miss Mary |Jane, Lowell ,and TEACHES 'DANCING!: AT

Immaculate will be heard in al 1 15. Song '(Musicians), Hum- school. yesterday after spending ,a brief niece, Loretta Carbonell left yesterday f c. 76tLEYLAND

recital 7 o'clock this evening.The I ming Bee Bellknap. Piano: A. I'vacation with relatives in 'Miami..Mrs. afternoon for'Miami'aftera Eng.-Miss\ Grace
week end visit with Miss
entertainment will be held Moreno. Guitar: R.,Baker. LEGALSI Archer, now 7C, has begun her

in St. Cecilia's Hall of the in- 16. Marching Along, Hall- -I George:Gomezxand b Lowell's. lather, George Lowell.. 57th year, as' teacher of dancing

stitution. There are 30 numberson I E. Pintado.'O' :. : ciRcuiT, tOrRTW'rUFt, returned, yesterday after Pending ; .t.. -r-m": r inth18it: t... .

the All relativesand I 17. Recitation, "Why She TUKNTIKTII JUDICIAL .. CIUClIT I
Carl electrician
program. OF TIIK 8T.%T": OF two weeks with her parents in Rom. senior
friends of the pupils are in- Didn't Laugh"-F. Z. Cabrera. 111.IX AM! FOIl MO .on:1 Fort Lauderdale. with the lighthouse department decks
vited. I. 18. The Stars Ann ScottN. t'OI'T1'! % CIIANCEHV.LENOY .
RUSSKL.U left yesterday on an I COLDS
Following is the program: Trujillo. Complainant inspection trip of lights and radio 6 666 6

1. Song, "If," Cole-3rd and 19!).-Guitar, Wandering Willie VS. F. rrrl Tax'.:nre CertlfU-atr.'f Llrnnf Manuel Cremata who was en- equipment in different sectionsof gad

4th Grades. Piano: E. Albury. March, Eaton-R. Baker. Piano: JOHN It. STAFF and MRS. joying a vacation with relativesand the: district. FEVERf

2. .Dolly's Waltz, WhitemanM. R. Lopez. STAFF his wife If married friends in Miami\ and other .

S. Schutt. 20. Merry Springtime. SchmollS. heirs 1 ,and devisees if dead their grantees unknown or r points in the state, returned yes- Salve N.TaLkis..Dr.p. first day i

3. Beginner's Piece, MathewsB. Trujillo. other claimants: and all claimants I erday.. Cecil Carbonell Joseph Bennett HEADACHES

Sherman. 21.-Melody, Couperin-M". L. interest having to the or property claiming herein an and M. Waldorf, who propose operating in 30 minute Mr. Investor, here's your chance. Thirty-two acres,

4. Action Song "When Grand- Porter. described. a bus line in Key West fronting Boulevard and Yacht Basin. Ideal for restricted
mother was a Girl. Piano: K. 22. The Little Princess ORDER OF Defendant PUBLICATION Rev. James A. Cain came in and were here to confer with city Home Site Hotels Apartments. Owner needs
or money
Ybarmea. Spaulding-B. Sarcean. It appearing by the sworn Hill of over the highway last night to join council and attorneys, left yesterday PALACEEDDIE
the complainant filed in the above Mrs. Cain and the children who and no reasonable offer will be refused. Listing No. 259.
5. B. C. D's Melody Kerr-B. 23. Quatuor, Four of Us Ring of afternoon for Miami and expect CANTOR in
stated (cause that the residence I
Warner. the Bells, Mathews-C. Cobo M. and are visiting Mrs.\ Cain's mother the latter of ]
the defendants. John It. Staff to return part KID MILLIONS Ideal Spot for Apartment House 1 A REAL BARGAIN-Waterfront
6. 'My\ Little Boat -G. Ballou.I Schutt, C. Jones E. Pintado, B. Mrs. Staff his wife if mar- Mrs. W. II. Trout at the home on the week.
ried. Is unknown; that the complainant Oljvia street. Comedy and Short Reel -Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet, property on Key Largo at
7. Recitation "The Doctor'sStory N. L. Sullivan
Sarcean Trujillo, does not know and has not Fronting Hotel Casa Marina
," Carleton-E. Albury. M. L_ Porter. been able to ascertain whether said _{ I Matinee: 10-20c Night: 15-25c Tavernier 150 feet fronting At
"< Southern and Eastern
John It. Staff and. Mrs. u exposure.Don'tmniss : '
8.-March of the Wee Folks, 24.- Awake .Dawson-L.: Sulli defendants_ Staff his wife if married*,are : '-j,*Mrs.* Jay wife /jof Manager i Noel Cook employed !with' the I thiii it is\"4'''bargain.!.Untie. Ocean. ,extending I back toOverseas
Bilbro.-.J. Yates. van., ' 4'. alive or dead; that If said ..de navy department at thc;navjatjair I -
Highway 525
I fendants dead that complainant !Jesse II. Jay of WlOD broadeasti -, Listing No. 73. : distance ,
9. Duet (boys: ), Twilight ;25.. Dream. Kisses, Grey-A. does not are know and has not been i nM{station at MiamiBeach, and] station at Sunnydale. Cllif"f Jeft' : \\\\U.'IIII feet, fronting road from Overseas,
E. their heirs devisees yeserday to resume his duiiCS. ft- NONE BETTER Entire,block
Song fathews-I1. Roberts Moreno. able to ascertain f! -
Roberts J. Yates. G. Ballou. I "', 2C. .Song, "'"Raggedy Ann"- that ,complainant grantees or other verily claimants believes: i plane mother from, arrived Miami yesterday for a short by I'I'i er spending the Chritu1sho1i-) SPEND fronting Yacht Basin 'om North Highway. to water This is part of

RolfeE. days with his parents and other Beach six 148 feet inches by an estate that must be settled.
10. Daddy's Waltz, 'W. L. Sullivan. that there are other unknown persons stay at the Casa Marina Hotel. YOURflIACATION *
Roberts. 27.Allegro Moderato op. 66 in tke having real estate or claiming described an-interest In said I I relatives, and hopes to be return 150 feet.-This would b* ideal spot :$i.o0.takes; : )it. .Act quick. Lifting .

11. .A Merry Waltz MathewsL. . No., .1, Lichner-E. Albury. bill of complaint. and described as I ed to his home on local duty in I for private home or ,Apartment No.,40.Corner .
Roberts. 28.-Valse Legere A. RaedekerA. follows: In Monroe County Florida Charles Welchof Miami\ who!: the near future. House. Investigate while the

12. Song Priacilla, Bilbro-C. Moffat. I p Being to-wit:a part of Government was spending two 'days with his THIS YEAR IN = price !is right. U.ting No. 132. I Business Property en

Jones II. Jones. 29.!) -Chorus, "At Night" Ran-' Lots 3. 5, and .C of Section IK.Towimhip mother Mrs.\ Hattie Welch ,and Duval street Owner offers this
63 South of Ran e Beautiful located home North
F. Z. Grades. J. II. Huau. who was employed I FLORIDAryourHEALTH on property at a great sacrifice. First
13. Cuckoo CoupeVin- degger-5th and 6th 38 East and being on Planta- other relatives left yesterday for
Cabrera. Piano: A. Moffat.\ tion Key and is mote particularly his home in Miami. in the capacity of information Beach fronting Yacht Basin I $3,000 cash offer takes it. Worth
described. follows: clerk at Florida ERA head Grounds cover half block. with I':moro than double. Don't miss this

IteinK 1 according the S. Wly to a portion map of of Lot the quarters, left yesterday for Mate- '. largo two-story home. Property( opportunity. Listing No. 218.

Bridg-Tea-- estate of J. H. Tinder deceased Mrs. Charles Lowe who was cumbe, where he has been trans 1/11".ltt\\\ front on three streets and is offered .
First OfSeries Of said map being recorded In for balf its actual ..alue.Don't .
Plat Book 1. page 81, Monroe spending a few days with relatives ferred with the bridge force. Improved property Angela
I County. Florida Records. The in Key West left yesterdayto miss this bargain. Listing street, next to corner of Duval
Tomorrow At Casa Marina of ground herein conveyed No. 178.
commences at the point join Mr. Lowe who is employed Ride In A 3-Place WacoSEAPLANE street. Size, 99 by 94. 8 incbes.

where the Wly boundary of said. in the coast guard service .chestCOLDS Two-story home on Flagler Improvement on this property
with the Atlantic
Key West society, together with be present tomorrow afternoonare Lot 1 Intersects(kean: thence along said at Miami. I . Avenue, corner property ideal lo consists of two one-story frame

bridge-minded winter residents' Mrs.,JVilliam H. Malone. Mrs. boundary line in a N. AVMy direction c.tion-ju.t the home you are I| buildings one used for business

and visions, looks forward with i Lewis Pierce, Mrs.\ Norberg 3.C:; feet to the right-of- looking for. Listing No. 245. and the other for dwelling. $1,600
way of the F. K. C. Hallway I
keen anticipation to the first ofa Thompson Mrs. Stephen W. Company; thence In a N. ITly M\'s. Ted Canova and da1,1g1i- 3 RIDES IN ONE takes it. Terms may be arranged.

series of bridge teas to be held Douglass Mrs. O. S. Long, Mrs. direction along said right-of- ter Betty, who were spending awhile 2-50 mile hour rides Exceptional: Bargain-Furnished.. Listing No.. 218 A.
way 200 feet: thence at right per on
in Miami with Captain Whitehead I I
tomorrow afternoon at Casa Victor Moffett Mit.! Robert Krue- angles in a S. KMy direction the water. two-story home on
Marina. gar, M'rs.' J. Lancelot Lester, Mrs. 356 feet to the Atlantic Ocean; 3anova, returned yesterday.BEARUP'S p-- street in exclusive neighborhood,!I Here is.a real home-Bungalow

Local bridge clubs that have Andrew Miller, Mrs. G. W' Owen thence shoreline at right In a S.angles W"iy along direction' the tceO 1-100 mile per hour ride in fronting Coral Park and beautiful having 7 rooms, all modern im.

heretofore met and entertained Mrs. Joe Pearlman. Mrs.\ Jackson zoo feet to the point of begin DRY CLEANING the ar. view of ocean. No better location 1 provcments 80 rose trees or more

privately have welcomed this opportunity Golden, Mrs. Ralph Milner Mrs. boundary ning. The being last a beach mtnjiontd mean- WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. could be found, and the price is in yard; 10 different kinds of

: for a Wednesday after- H. C. Galey Mrs. Isabel Ball der.Also PHONE 152M. dec20 $1.50 Per right. Listing No. 265. fruit trees and two bearing grape
: The S. Wly portion of person vines. Located. one half block
noon rendezvous and many tables: Mrs. H. K. Taylor, Mrs. Clifford
of Fleming
Lot II according to said map 5- ,Ideal Home, corner from Park in desirable
hay already been arranged for. Hicks Mrs. L. Auxier Mrs. B.Swicego .' of J. II. Pinder's Instate recordedIn MONROE THEATERVirginia 9 a. m. Until Dark and Whit. streets, overlooking' City a most
11' Mrs. Plat Book I. page 81, Monroe neighborhood. Near scboot,:cluircb
There will be very serious and d, \ Allan B. Cleare reservation. Southernand
I County. Florida Records Bruce-Conrad Nagelin government I' and Yaebt Basin. Size of lot, 80
hectic bridge playing all after-I Mrs. Raymond Lord Miss Dorothy and beginning at the point OLD AIR STATION eastern exposure. This prop
I DANGEROUS CORNER by 90 feet. Price 5500. Terms..
where the Western boundary of .
noon with tea served at 5 o'clock Cleare Miss! Leonella Lester !Mrs. SEAPLANE BASE and
: is offered at bargain,
said Lot 14 intersects with the -alsoONE --- erty a I half cash. Listing No. 120.
on the garden terrace of the I I j Charles Taylor Miss Florence F. E. C. Ry.; thence along said EXCITING'ADVENTURE on terans. Listing No. 11. I
hotel. I Sawyer, !Mrs. Morris Holtsberg: boundary in a N. Wly direction Federal Licensed Pilot Seven-Room
'I 1174 feet to the Waters of Matinee: Balcony lOc Orchestra Bungalow most
; 'for'
Among the players; expected to and Miss Mary Falk. the Bay: thence at right angles 15-20c Night. 15-2Se Transport No. 864111TIIIJj1I Her. ishyour opportunity deE r.l>>Je residential section. All
along the Waters of the Hay in ; income property-Location, Unit
modern conveniences. House in the
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a N. E'ly direction 200 feet; ed White street.
thence In an Easterly direction .....- -- street near best of condition. Open plumbing,
Mrs.- 1174 feet more or less to the Southern exposure. Improvements
Chas. Percy Curry HostessTo etc. This Is a real bargain. ; $3-
I F. E. C. Ry. right-of-way; CIII'IIIII" ,'llV II.r P'.tV.: ,, consists of two small cottages new.
thence In a S. Wly direction 500 takes it. Terms can be ar
Harris School Room Mothers along said F. C. C. Ry. right- \ -- - I V, ly repaired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. 91.
of-way 250 feet to the point of one and rent tk. other Terms can
beorlnninir. SalA lot of land being
-- : be Lad and the price is right. List
about 6 acres more or Unimproved Building Lot. Size,
Room Mothers\ of the Harris school and the welfare of the less.The leg No. 49. 50 by 150 feet; location, Eagle
School were entertained at their I, pupils were discussed much attention first parcel of land
Avenue Meacbam sub-division
herein described containing 1% For location, this cannot be
regular meeting yesterday by being centered on the acres, more or less. Reduced Prices OnSCREEN beat Corner lot Price $550. Terms can be an.Di.
fronting ocean
Mrs. Charles Percy Curry. A proposal to improve the sanitary Also Plantation: On the Key Island and knownas known I next to Hotel Casa Marina paved) ed. Listing No. 92.

gratifying percentage of the members arrangements and facilities at the vn Get L. Mactonaid amended
street and sidewalk and sea wall
were present. institution. plat of Government Lots 3, U and Fishing Camp Big Pine Key-
6. Section III, Township G3 fronting property. Investigate this;
Mrs. M. G. Berkowitz chairman Other proposals include the South. Range 38 East, recordedIn at once. Property must be sold. Size of property, 100 feet water

gave a detailed account of I beautification of the grounds and Plat Hook 1. page 101, Monroe Listing No. 188. frontage by 400 feet. Pnee $3..
the the I County. Florida Records. as 500. Terms half cash. An add!.
revenue received from adjacent area and perfecting arrangements follows: The Easterly half of WIRE :
Christmas play which in collaboration -! for making the plans Lot 3 having a frontage of, 272 I Her. is an opportunity,. of a tuml 300 feet of water frontage
.'. ...
C Inches, along
tt.-el. the
I 400 feet this
with the faculty was effective \ 't C. Ry. right-of-way and a frontage life tm.-Two-story Lome, by adjoining proper
held in the school December 21. of :300 feet more or less rooms and kitchen on first floor; ty can also be purchased., if de

The receipts it was shn 'kn. After adjournment Mrs. Curry along the Atlantic Ocean,.,containing p puililL t four Led rooms and batlp. ...second: I sired,Would, make size of prop-
two and
abled the Room !Mothers to pro served delicious refreshments to (2 3-4) acres, more or U-BS I The .. Lr.F'I..r.1" 1I'1 VI'!'" f' .c : .. iloor; all modern; coavjmou.ences i 1 1rb11Iei; 400, by,.400. feel. ;Jake:
11" ; t
vide her: guests who Mesdames division of said lot being nbuwa. : ,; II :f" u'cr ,_ J'YUt ljI' instantaneous water Ji.at and advantage thi/ offer. Listing
candy and nuts for the' children .were: ., ("" ':p : H. ( 1'' ,B .,. . .
r.oJ' / "' ,
on said plat. : ; ." { 'If j;1.f '
at Christmas. Thig ha been I M g. n rkowitz r.L 'J'l.IIqlI! tlt :r1alwanzed\ :: Bronze electric (...re..tc. TH "floe 11
:, Lewis Pierce W. Also: On the Island : known : ?'. "IX ; ; (! / iA purapf ,-,
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the custom in years )past. W'White.:; S. M. Key, Milton as Plantation I Key and knownon I lH>TqIl1. If) Lc-nhJJi r. ,' VII i. PAft _of>an. estate tkattjnutt" ,,b III..r -
I Geo. L. MacDonaid's amendud I, i' 'I I, 11,24'acm'; :: ..--J'.r.r. beat of Here: >i ,,* Real Snap in Waterfront
'' -e- settled. in the !
During the afternoon a number Sawyer,' James !'Singleton, II. S. plat of Government Lots-3..&'and" h : ... !'r"-Errm: r' t'z : r, Property

of topics pertaining to the Dexter C. W, lIo ffer. 6. of Section 18, Township 61South. '1 : .1".. tf.26J''' l .Pl.WIJCt... \h4, r..:..I'll...:.;.'.. t-.f"n.......[.111..11..... ....,... .23.f,Yd. I.I f ., .43 Yd.. condition and $1,800 cash Property, business sectiyn,
Range 38 East, recordedin '!I U''" { '.- -- it. W' rtb fdoubt 'LTstlhg of the city-Size 134 by 216 feet..
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-- -. -' --- Plat Book 1, page 101.- M..n. : j cooy._ __(.f11._...... .24 'r.Yd. -' f .46 Yd. :\ a.. take'l Machine shop and lumber shed on
roe County. Florida Public 28" ......._.....I.... :...... .._.... I 264.
Records as follows: The property. $18,000 takes i it. Terms
Entertains With J Kitchen Shower Easterly half of Lot n, havinga 30" .......-..........................-.--........ 26 Yd. .49 Yd. \ If you are interested in small one-third cash. Listing No. 155.

Dinner Last Night 1 For Thursday F.frontage E. C. Ry.of 230 right-of-way feet along anda the S 32" .__.._....._....._.............._..... 28 Y dj .53 Yd. individual Islands, act before
frontage of 180 feet along the prices advance. The prices and Best of location. Corner prop

Hay of Florida. And containing 34" ....._........_..*............__............. .29 Yd. .56 Yd. locations are right Our exclusive erty. Size 50 by 100 feet. In the
Lawrence Schwab well-known Mrs. Fernando Camus! has plan eight and one-quarter

New York theatrical producer, ned a kitchen shower to be heldat division 48 1-4) acres of said more lot or being less.shownon The I 36" ____.......-.._.._..- ........................ 30 Yd. .59 Yd. listing can fill your wants. main street.business Is offered block at a on groat Duval sac
whose successful comedy hit! her home 2330 Staples Ave. said plat. Water front property oa Big
_..........._....... ... .35 Yd. .64 Yd. rifice for a quick sale. Take ad
"Page Miss Glory" is !' And it further appearing from 38" .._...._......_..... Pine hotel and office .
now playing Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clockin said sworn bill that the complainant Ken near post vantage of this opportunity. Listing *

on Broadway, last night enter-i honor of Miss Mary Elizabeth verily believes that each 40" ._............_._.. ...................... 38 Yd. .67 Yd. fronting 300 feet of water No. 64.
tained at dinner at Casa Marina, Grillion whose marriage to of said defendants are over the age : and 400 feet on County Road.

with Mrs. Schwab, Miss Mary Joseph Sawyer will take place the of no person twenty-fine or persons years;in that the there State of Is 42" ...-....-.....--....._.....\.....-...........- 40 Yd. .70.Yd. This location cannot be better. Tho Most desirably located proper.ty .

Louise Spottswood prominent latter part of this month. Florida the service of a summons .45 Yd. .80 Y d. price i is right and terms can be arranged. oa Southard street. Size, 50
in chancery upon whom would bind I 48" ...__..._.......________
young Key West society girl and said defendants or any of them. Listing No. 79. feet, 2 inches by 137 feet. Improvements

Mr. Wirkers, a business associate It is therefore Ordered that said consists of a two-story
Defer Meeting defendants, John U. Staff and Mrs. C Acreage on Big Pine Kky. This
of Mr.\ Schwab.A Staff. his wife. If married and eight-room borne fronting South
Is water front property oa the At
centerpiece of cut tropical 01 P.-T. Council if dead their unknown heirs devisees ard ,street and a siz.roomcottage,
I.atic"aa41 Newfound
flowers provided lavish color to all, grantees perseaa or having other, or claimantsand claiming; Harbor Key SisVof fronts property, 150 fronting: alley in rear of property.

a charming and intimate dinner I i The meeting of the Parent. ai erty interest hereinbefore in And described ti .|h*..real be.prup and Special I for ...Housewives acres. file prli.:;. right. Terns: First $2,700 takes it. listing No.

party, while dancing was enjoyed, Teachers of Monroe: County Council they are hertb.rr :a to appearto : \ One-third cast i "d balance can 197.

to the music of the famous Casa I, scheduled to take place yesterday the bill of complaintlied in saidcause : be arredi. LUting No. 69.
on or befoW fonday, the 4th ;0.18. and
Marina Orchestra.Mr. : 'I A Cottage Laving 7
was- postponed due to the day of ' '
February A. IX 1833. otherwise
and Sirs. Schwab are visit I I illness of the president of the or- the allegations of said bill Casaei l Sets, lovely ,pottery' oven proof.caaaerole Ideal'1ioa4St.: On North Lath in most desirable location.In .

ing Key West on their own yacht. ganization. Notice will be given defendants.wiH..be taken,a*,::Confessed by said, sets: flowered designs,:'consisting, of plate, dish 'rand top f' Beach-Unimproved corner lot, best of condition, on lot 50 by

and are today out on a fishing:: as to when the-next. meeting will it is further' OtdeYt-el that this : -' ._-: .v -, size 99by, tJ 6pIC feet fronting 65 feet, located on Southard street
in local be held. Order be published once each week -two sizei- ... three street.4iparIa.nrights. This!. near White street. Owner offers
trip waters. .
I l four I '" I ; ,
Jwr consecutive ,:weeks in The '
S !la W: ; this for $3,000 if sold in
. heyVest CItizen. a newspaper pub the spo build your home on, proprty
-- ----- ---------- - lisned in Monroe County Florida. and and the price1'i. rihtUstiaR next 60 days. Listing No.

..oo.ooooooeoooeoeoooooo*.*.ooooooooo.ooooooo. (SEAL Dated) December ROSS 2,C.th.SAWYER..A.. 1>. 1 '34. $1.25 $1.50 No. 212. I 189.

Clerk of Circuit Court of Monroe
RAYMOND Florida.It. LORD All the above and additional improved and unimproved -

Solicitor for Complainant. -- I business and residential properties in the city,
is earnestly requested by the Editress of the society janl-S.15.22- mentionare
Florida to
and acreage on the Keys too numerous

column of The Citizen that Key Westers and winter visitors /-Fish Birds and Deer Heads S South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I listed in our office. Call and make known your want

having social affairs during the remainder of the wfhter Mounted I prices and terms are right.

season kindly communicate with her at 752-J and give her CECIL- CRAYTAXIDERMIST I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets .

advance notice of such events. The Citizen is eager to makea l
"Your home is worthy Jthe best"f
Fine Work Reasonable Prices PAUL
success of this but it can only be accomplished by. your -

.aid and cooperation. Thank you. 319 Fleming St. Phon. 170-W .
'%, I K., West Florida -
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