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 9, 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
24.559167 x -81.784031


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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I Democratic Dominance Revealed I WAR WARNED VETERANS AGAINST) SUNSHINE FROM SHADOW; : Mrs. Edith Botsford Killed

In Opening Days Of Congress l ByJS.DUDLEY
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ft '- A "Teaparty" gathering of A', cheerfulness I have not yet to ;; When Auto Plunges Through
Power Of Party! SCHOOL CIRCLE !i
Sweeping, II NATIONAL LEGION :'il 1 COM few friends took place at the meet them.

home of Miss Marjorie Tompkin- Now, Key West sunshine has
Leaders DemonstratedWith i MANDER ASKS ALL TO REFRAIN I.
HOLDS MEETING son on Duncan street Saturday, helped this young lady. It can

Emphasis And! I I FROM ANY ACTIVI- afternoon. If the principal'' help others. I do not propose to Railing Of Highway Bridge

HERETUESDAY TIES TO FORCE BONUS PAY liquid refreshment consisted of I''j, moralize, but I do wish to spread

Swiftness coffee that fact did not hide from].|:, this pews and to suggest that, -- .- ....
I many of the guests that this was, others who may seek its beneficial --

VARIOUS MATTERS DISCUSS. Special t. The CltUr) i a special occasion for serious''' help will do so carefully and! REHEARSALS FOR WORLD BRIDGE L M. Edmunds Martin
WASHINGTON, D. c.. Jan. 9. ,
By BYRON PRICE ED AT SESSION CONDUCT. i thought. : gradually in the initial "doses.

((''''I.' of Pr.Ii..,rra.".,..Fbi'.5t..A,. *rlatr4Despite ED BY DIVISION. STREET -An urgent warning to all World i Miss Tompkinson arrived here I'I'i The receptipn was attended by! OPERA TO STARTIN OLYMPIC TO BEHELDSHORTLY Key And Miss A. Bar-

All forecast, it 're. War veterans to refrain from one year ago prostrated with the i following: I

named for tL. opening days of ORGANIZATIONAn playing into the hands of Communists !I many years of acute pain, and.j j I Captain and Mt-s. Harrington,I! SHORT TIMEKEY ton Were Other Occu-

marches I, physically completely ineapac-'| the Key West "Father and Mother I I II
joining Of
the' new congress to reveal the by any pants Car
itated. She was sent "South": as ," "Sister and Brother" of
interesting meeting of the .
full measure of the democratic on Washington during the impending '
Division Street School P.-T. A. incurable by Northern specialistsand :Marjorie. WEST ADMINISTRATION JUDGE JEFFERSON BROWNE -
dominance on capitol hilL ,I session of Congress in the came down on a stretcher in I'\ Doctor Jason, a very great I
I was. held yesterday afternoon with f MAKING READY ,FOR FES* .CAME CAPTAIN,, SOLICIIiNGUNAMESCm.OFPIPROSPECTIVi Mrs. Edith C. Botsford
The 'sweeping* power of the Mrs, Doughtry,, the president hype? of hastening passage ofl legis- aitrailer. !I II. I[ friend indeed. 'ST1VITIES T01BEtMJTl'ON1INFEBRUARY met,deathin) the: early hours

party chief tains,was .demonstrated: presiding-. l lation' for the Immediate. paymentof tuAs we saw her Saturday'J\eatedl t. Mr. and Mrs. Ricketts and '
and, perfectly happy, vivacious IF of nthis i morning when ,an
:and iwith.' I daughter Cornelia. Mr. Ricketts I j l')PLAYERS
swiftly emphasis I in the '- ReW-E. !'R. Evans of the First > Adjuetedt-Service: :: Certificates -

"\, expedition'' with,,which ienate- and Congregational. Church, gave he'' was issued&here byn Rational ;- and that carefree this remarkable, we were change reminded from has only been here a short time -- : ; automobile'in: 'Which .she was

house were organized' the 'readi opeqingi prayer) after which t'the' hopelessness to the thrill of l life and'can fell you something about . : 1 ridings-with'several' friends
Commander: nk.N., lIeganoiJr. !- Withiii the next'" two d*days ,ap4-4SpetM..
ness'with.'which-the majority. accepted ' .,P.-Ti' A."song>was'rendered., was due to two things: a brave the sun already. tvINEW .YORKJJan.KS&T plunged;>through\the:: 'railing
.' .,.. .'. spirit and Key West sunshine. I and Mrs. J. S. Dudley. scores for the "PrrateslofJ'< Pet-
and adopted as its own recommendations of President and Mrs. Pierce, treasurer, made The Commander's statement Now the writer is not a Key Lieutenant and Mrs. Drury who zance," musical opera front tbfIens I II '
I Wester. This "write-up" t iere- I held Friday, February 1., tl into the water.
follows: for two weeks and stayed .
Roosevelt and the in their regular which came of Gilbert
manner reports, were considered I and Sullivan, are 8:01 P. M., all over the globe,
: fore should not be asa Sunshine I
I for three months.
"When I reached Washington Other members of the
which the legislative machinerywas approved.Mrs. confirmation' "Home-town Boost" but as a again. I expected to be in Key West when bridge players will gather about'tables
set into motion to translate I Claude Albury, chairman received definite sincere realization :>f what immense to test their party were L. M.\ Edmunds
Fred Tibbotts, Sr., who has his;concentrated rehearsals for the knowledge
those recommendations into of the P.-T. A. Rest Room Committee that a serious movement, spon- good be derived from
law. may
own wind-brake when a norther skill in reaching the par remit for Martin Key and Miss Anne
j gave a report on the work sored by persons of well-known the sun in these parts. He has :i opera will begin it was announced ,
A large party majority is not who thinks do.
and as we
I comes each of the sixteen
( that has been carried on. She invited the slow but certain changes Barton. They had been in
Communist is underway and his today by the recreation
always a powerful majority. No association Mr. (Jr.) Tibbott : department -
those visit the hands. None of the sixteen is :
[ present to from a rigid, bed-ridden form to a
to start veterans' march on about the city for
a lady. This gentleman talks an evening and
one can foresee whether the -' and for themselves what :, of the Key West Adminis
present room see I Washington. The leaders of this a being endowed with vitality and but he his share of the trick hand and contains no intricate I
fish gets
democratic majority in con I had been accomplished in fitting the picture of health. : tration. Mr. Edmunds was drivinghis
movement are enlisting veterans I sun. Mrs. Tibbott says little but problems nor freak distribuII -
gress will remain powerful and i J it up.of It thanks was decided to all to who send helped letters by deliberately deceiving them into Very delicate handling of thisI enjoys Key West a lot. I The staging of the "Pirates of II tions. Selected by the great master companions to the Martin -
effective throughout the coming believing that such a march I young lady in the early stages of Mr. and M Tompkinson, the '
rs. }
j in making the project a success. I Pcnzancc" will be the first event players of the country each Key residence on Stock
hasten for im her "doses" of sunshine called ( '
would legislation was .
session or will break into helpless: It was decided to give each of mediate payment of the Adjusted I for. Short, regulated exposures parents of daughter Mirjorie.Their had written of J I in the six-day program of festivi- hand is of the type dealt in the Island where Mrs. Botsford

blocs. the janiators a gift of $2.00 for ties which have been ordinary course of an evening
under the
Service Certificate/ I experienced guidanceofa the wonderful changes taking planned for her
was making home.
The one certain thing, however, the work they did on the room. "The time to stop this proposed friend gradually led to the cravI place in her stay here and they, the middle of February when "La bridge.

is that at this moment the demo- Duncan Give Talk march is now I I I ing! of the body for activity as took it "for the young lady's ex:iScmana Alegra" will be presented Fifty different countries,:represented Seen at the Gibson Hotel laterin :
I'rofessor W. C. Duncan gave a "Some claiming to be' wen as sunshine and in due time the the morning
Mr. Edmunds
cratic organization has a degreeof persons uberance. If you can picture for the pleasure: of winter visi-Ie by more. than 200,000 i told
I talk on the Garden Club activi- former war service men alreadyare this was satisfied; first by merely of their part . The Citizen
anxiety on ; the had
control which even some of its years ;: tors and residents. "La Semana players, ...iII.start the contest party been
ties, and asked for donations of
I assembled here under the immersing her in the sea and the reconciliation of never seeing
most ,optimistic leaders never ex flowers to replace those that had '. Alegre" translated "week I Lirnultaneously. To the winners. J) enjoying an evening and had
I f leadership of these radical propa then, as the feeling of exhilaration Marjorie active again; and their means I
pected. t, faded out during the holidays., gandists. I say to them, and to I lent itself to the easing ofI joy at the improvement when they,* of joy." I will be awarded the custody of the started to go home when on cross-
Follow F. D. R.'. Leadership I lMr. Duncap also asked that the veterans everywhere in and out I ."frozen". joints, the actual joy oft reached here two weeks ago you: Since Key West and the islands' two platinum! ,World Championship i ing the bridge the car seemed tostrike'Bomc'obiAacle'and

Sev ral causes' have" contributed J P.-T.. A. Jn1.a. vote of .thanks to of, the Legion. that thoy'ar.boing wtnftniing-iw at.ta.itHNI- %<-TWIllTiiiderstaml 'the Tra'sonrfor>".,not theast'of-Kerl-.reso'rich! in,tropKUal.'ultivd.atv$1O,000.'eaeh'. the steering
if; ths( situation giving the ; 'oman", 'ClulTfor the splendid -I deliberately deceived; nothing Today, with just a little assittsnce. this writing. They leave tomor. pirate lore it was felt that the|and costly replicas for 'permanent'i gear locked.

the party a dominance even gifts sent for the needy chil- could do mtore to hurt the ex- Miss Marjorie "goes places"and row, pleased and happy and I: staging of "Pirates of Penzance"i possession. Other beautiful silver j l Strive
greater than that represented by I dren. I service men's cause than a march does things and if you know1*.through them Key West has first..: would be a fitting tart of thei I| trophies 360 in all, will be given '[ as he may he could not
the mere fact of its overwhelming In the elementary schools over Washington.. Congress can be of anyone in Key lest who is, class "boosters." six-day festival which is to include the champions of every country 1 change the position of the wheel
majorities in senate and house. $100 worth of gifts donated, ( ,I state and :and before
were convinced that our cause is right, more responsive to merriment orri Marjorie remains with us. J a varied program, closing Sunday. province.This anything else could
The chief on'e, of course is the it was shown. This was made possible but Congress can not and must February 23. with Cuben exer. I rohmpfitinn !ii! nnt ai-ainxt be done the car plunged through
continued willingness of the democratic -j by the money which was "I not be forced or coerced. --- [i cises followed by a Cuban masquerade individuai3butagaintfijeapars,1decided i ; ; : ( the railing! and was quickly and
legislators, with few excep- made at the Christmas dance given "The sponsors of this march ball and designated by such I
tions, to accept the leadership of at the Country Club. care nothing for the cause of the ; I The cast for the opera has not master exponents of the game as completely submerged.
the President. His message did I A committee was appointed for veterans or the country's welfare. 0 A WEATHERTemperature ] yet been selected Miss Edna'] Ely Culbertson. Theodore- Light- I Ride la Front Seat

not suit all democrats yet the the Founder's Day program coiP Their only object is to harass the Smith, murical director, raid this nero Edward C. Wolfe.) Walter [ lie was riding in the front with
dissent, cither on the right or the. sisting! of Mrs\ Potter Mrs. Larsen government, discredit the Legion -- mourning! although a number ofj Malowan. Louis H. Watson. Richard I Miss Barton and Mrs. Botsford
left, has come from only a small! and Mrs. llaskin 'and incite bloodshed and rioting.J j) 1 i I tonight and Thursday; gentle tomoderate I lersons have been called together* L. Frey Edward Hymes. Jr.. i was I in tha rear seat with Mr. Key.

percentage of the membership. I I A committee from the Minis I ask the members of The Amer- Highest .._ 75Lowest westerly winds.; for vocal. tryouts. Three choruses,'Josephine Culbertnon. Harold S. i When he left the automobile he
That was something which had( terial Alliance comprising Rev. J. I ican Legion to do everything''' ..--::::-.: ._ ::-.:-.-.::::: ':::::::---::C2 I I one of girls, one of pirates, and Vanderbilt Albert II. Morehead- i i dragged Miss Barton out and took

worried some leaders. They wcrci G. Gekeler. Rev. K. R. Evans legally,proper to stop this move-] Mean ..._..68 I one of police, are embodied with and others This year it isthe i i her to the shore, he said, and then
not at all sure Mr. Roosevelt Rev. Gftirge E. Summers and : ment. Don't join it, don't contribute Normal Mean ._...69 1'-- faf: in the cast uhich will present the final result that count; the- ,bid. I returned to release Mrs. Bota-
could hold both wings of his party Rev. Shuler Peele president of funds, and if any marchers, Rainfall I I I famous opera. dim is incident*!. I ford.
with sufficient solidarity to insure the alliance, was present at the pass through your territory urge Yesterday's: Precipitation .0 In:;.::! I i.1-} : : I. i iI I After the music reaches here None of the winners of past After a number of ineffectual
l legislative results. They are meeting for the purpose of bringing theni in a peaceable way to turn"back Normal Precipitation .._ .08 In:!.: .<.; the latter part of this week. MisJr'mith t years has been a widely )publicised attempts he managed to get her
not yet sure he will be able to du to the public's notice, the recent home. There is no need fort' ........ rrrord _.rr. ::.-It..r ...rliMln 'I I '' said rehearsals are to be-'expert. On the contrary, tbe"tlt1illta I out of the car and to the shore.
so as the session progresses, but ordinance that was parsed ly' a concentration of veterans ini t >Ulnjc nl K .'.'_k MM __r.I... ',L LP..of ( I' gin in earnest and beginning next have come from the rank and file Getting her out of the water and
they ace, in no doubt now about the City Council relative to the Washington, or for contributingto Tomorrow' Aluianac : ) / % week three night! practices each'of average 'players supporting, the in-a position to try first aid meas

the present. dispensing of liquor showing! that': so-called funds allegedly to Sun rises.........._....__ 7:14 a. m.:' I ) /; I I Ii" week will be staged Only, six theory thatMil many, .a 'flower ures required some time and by
Some had been fearful, too, the,, ordinance concerned the sale help' I pass your legislation. Then Sun sets : .... ..._...._... 5:sfr( p. m. ', ): 'i ;f\i: I weeks remain between'' flow\ ' l sborn! to, 1.1\h\ : unseea:: ," !W ,,,1'c J then-Jut: ,was pretty well exhausted.
that in the grand scramble fur; the of itr 'or witniri'a certain distant Hlo: .I\' J. present, the case ofeyyyptcan Moon rises ....._.._.._11 :07 a. m. : b. presentation: or" 'th" \ : ;-j-jj, 1ft5 3o }(J ..Mrs.M.Botqford/lwarf'. a JietvyiWpma.nj.and
,tremendously inlpbrtiant'post of{ of any churcTies.! but doe ''f;)t to Congress in a Moon sets ..m......... ...11 :59 p. Dl.I Fair polntell\ but'ahd \fcb rehearsals,:!'jJu'dge; Jefferso f \,B; B wneihas, In.t1is-,efforlaltO get

democratic floor, '!'. lrOD1Usu'lllight be'made' MXvOakcharacter'who : tVlne'schools'1 t ft There will be no compromise.Pon't I A.M. P.M. ";;tcrvah Olt I "'";", "II' Mrt..Cle\ t.M1J-'N1 b will' be eJW' ,. 1 ft thqvtvr-. .he.iwa3badlyi'bruu' -

.would! have no real l "' ;"'ReV.'Geketer' '!He.r.T1'TRev. ; let your enepaies use you asa High .... .... . .... 1:24 1:52 Thursday; somewhat -ol,* .Yljti i' tonight ,f i '. Th> .rpei'k1s"b'ei'n; 'directedgeriCTsHyby : if,.all: who0are; |! Jay' I:in this ed and' one long gash !wu* found
control. .. . i S i '"> : .. '(iekl ''' spoke"' ''for theWmmilte I - in northeast and vceitrat' great olyppic ,will! eivfll im.jt U.Ion .theright itheforehead.Hw ; .
I Donald"CoTrey.lwho, j 1l ide\of
defeat Re- | !
'j'oul 1 to: yourselves. Low.................... 7:26 8:19 'I "
Irutvad,' the tneus"sileetRepreeemititiie ?. anil Vi'fjr'ed: I'' thaf1jUt@j n>}\at: good citizenship and Barometer nf K u. m., today: I portions.! oJ'| ':'l t"..a i it1,:Vrilh fee1 ;remembered.." : directed. I.names. ,.,,: ', " i-- '/ ,. .Terat thai time;Mr! Ed-
'la/ikhead bf ,town be protected from the'saloiitvi\' Jacksonville Straits i talumlng{ ,. trends did not, know' that 'Mrs
Alabama the loyaltyyou owe your country Sea level, 2' .n. to Florida: : The pageantry\!; arfd' for ;' ;
recognized OtJiversaHy as being jclose" the. schools ahil always are paramount duties." I C/>ntle to moderate westerly winds 'the .coronation ceremony staged j I[ NEW LIGHT TOSHINESHORTLY Botsford had any injuries whatever
one of the ablest and most forceful churches and 'that minors should'; Lowert Higlmt and generally fair weather to- : last ,October which opened the and was applying! first aid
men in his ]arty. not be allowed to purchase anything -. Station Last Night Yesterday night and Thursday.East I celebration of "El Grito de I when Captain of Police' Everett

Powerful Legislative Machine from these places. The FIRST MURALSTO Abilene ..._....... 46 70 Gulf: Gentle to moderate Yara" here. Mr. Corley is being assisted -I I It. Riras arrived on tl e scene, in
There was the further possibility P.-T. A. offered its wholehearted \\esteily winds becoming Southerly by Adrian J. Dornbush artist reply to a summons by Clem C.
Atlanta 50 62 I
that both the house committees -!I cooperation and endorsed the over north portion. I and Ralph Gunn, architect. Price who lives in that vicinity
and procedure on the floor:i: movement to have a new ordinance -J BE PLACEDBEING Boston ....---....... 46 52 EXCELLENT PROGRESS MADEIN nd had heard Mr. Key. who had

would get out of hand because of:| adopted that would protect J Buffalo -----....... 36 52 WEJTilER CONDITIONS managed' to extricate himself
the defection of democratic ir.j! the school. I'| Charleston ........ -58 66 LETTERS TO FERA WORK ON COSCROVE from his position of danger, call

regulars.All A count of parents showed that PAINTED BY ARTISTSOF Chicago ........---. 36 44 Pressure is relatively high this ing for help.Captain .
likelihood of that was eliminated I I Mrs. O'Bryant's and Mrs. Cru \ Denver _""- 36 66 morning! over southern Texas, Ontario -I MUST BE SIGNED SHOALS STRUCTURE Rivas told The Citizenhe
when the committees were,I soe's rooms were the winners of t Detroit ..._..,_ 36 42 and the far northwest and anaw *Liij 0 cjll as *npn as it
reorganized to increase the pro-I: the half holiday period. f I I Galveston S6 7(1( low in most other sections of the!t as

portionate democratic repfl'senta-I The color scheme of red and i I Havana ............ 66 country with disturbances cen-; Weather conditi
black was successfully\ carried out NO RECOGNITION equable as :the-
tion on them and the house rules Huron "m" 26 tral over the soutehrn Appa-
amended to increase the number i I' in connection with festivities during -i The first murals for semipublic Jacksonville ...... 60 72 lachian region. Wytheville. Va.,I COMMUNICATIONS WITHOUT light now beift

of petitioners required before any I the meeting. places being painted by artists Kansas City..... 40 44 29.70 inches the upper Mississippi Cosgrove Shoal
bill not approved by the organization i of the Key West Administrationwill I KEY WEST __.. 62 75 ; I Valley, Minneapolis, Minn., ' SIGNATURES its guiding bear
'ran be brought out of com AYALA RETURNS 1" be hung next Tuesday it was Little Rock ._. 48 62 29.78 inches, the eastern Rockies,l ;, the, night of J-

mittee. announced today Los Angeles 50 58 Denver Col., 29.78 inches and said at headqu_ _ _ _
Rumbles of opposition to the i The artifts are designing! and Louisville .......... 50 60 California, San Francisco 2)..62I 1.* It against the rules of the (Work on thewas
senate leadership of Senator HOME FROM TRIP turning out murals for many of Miami __-.. 58 76 inches. Precipitation has been general !-: Florida Emergency Relief Admin- starte4 yes.
Robinson of Arkansas were quieted I I the restaurants and other 'semipublic Mianeapolis _... 30 34 I during the last 24 ''hours i istration to take cognizance of un- peeted the first
almost completely. Reports that 0 I places in Key West with the New Orleans .... 52 76 throughout most sections from the! signed letters. M. E, Gilfond, Acthig strutting of the

Vice President Garner had pone I I A. F. Ayala, sales manager of end in view of enhancing the attractiveness New York (C 54 Mississippi Valley eastward. Ijeing1) Administrator for the Key today.
off the administration reservationdied I the Key West Electric company,!,S of the establishments. Pensacola ...__. 48 66 mostly in the form of Tain. "Rain! i West Administration said this; When completrise
out after he returned to I j returned yesterday morning from,;, The paintings remain the property Pittsburgh 54 60 has also occurred on' the' Pacific|T morning. above the way...
Washington. All 'round the l'Ssion's -I I; a visit to Cleveland. Ohio. He I i i of the administration and owners St Louis ..........44 60. coast from Oregon southward and I I'A number of letters of this na-: will be of 2,000 tandlepuw..,.... '
Salt Lake City 34 36 in of the Plateau region, have been received by the will be seen from 12 to 16 miles w ? Ji. Shell made an examination -
opening presented the appearance came by the way of Tampa ar- of the business places agree before portions I
of a great democratic riving on the Steamship Cuba. ;i I the murals are hung to keept San Francisco 50 56 and it is snowing this morning in administration he said, and a depending upon the_ height of the }and pronounced her dead.
I deal of mis-information is observer. When it was realized that death
jubilee and reunion. I Mr. Ayala went to C ('Vehnd' them free from any other decorative Seattle 38 44 North Dakota. Temperature great -
- -- I as the guest of George Patterson. I material which might detract Tampa ____ 62 72 changes have been generally unimportant contained in many of them. had resulted Peace Justice Rogelio -
I "%Ve would like to correct this CHILDREN HELPEDST. Gomes wa* summoned and
PELTED WITH EGGS j Florida distributor for General' from the beauty of the paintings. Washington 48 52 and reading are nearor '
Eleetrie products. and attended Murals will first be hung in Williston 12 24 above normal throughout the misinformation, "Mr. Gilfond as coroner ez officio' summoned
I, being 20 to 26 degrees said, "but we can't unless the let- PAUIJVrik Marsen of the following. Jury: PhQlip/Gem-
CHICAGO. -James Clarkson of the sessions of NEAL Park Insti-- the Delmonico Restaurant, it was country
FORECASTTill of the Atlantic ters are signed. As has been said' this city *ra* given a suspended ents foreman; Ulric Gwynn. W.
WEATHER above in
this city was struck so often by I I tute held on January 3 and 4, announced. These are being
before glad to receive all sentence for theft when the F. Collins Rex Shaw, Franklin
and Ohio Valley. we are
eggs thrown by Mrs. J. II. O'Brien which was attended by sales man- by Stanley Wood one of the seven States upper I '
kinds of from court learned that he had 20 chil Arenberr and Berth Sterling. It, b
G. S. KENNEDY. suggestions Key
8 Thursday)
that he had her arrested and he agers from all important( points in artists connected with the admin ( p. nu. c '
was fined I the United States. istration. Key West and Vicinity: Fair Official In Charge. West citizens." dren. (Continued on Pace Four)
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hrbC'" m5 (; tjkJ: THE REWARD FOR EXTRAVAGANCE ........................ ....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesj chief constructor of the Navy, born

" fubluned Dally Uxc pt.Sunday'ily KEY: WEST INDAYSGONE Today's i, Today's Horoscope Today's Birthdays 1 56 years ago,

Tin: CITIXI\ 1'Clr/.lallING co:. ixc.I. Government finances should be regarded aeeeeooeeoeeooee>...!...
V, AHTMAN. rr.l tat. BY Anniversaries .I Richard Halliburton, writer, of-
precisely individual financial I The ,
as early hours of this day tend
Rev. Ivan Lee Holt of St.
prom The CUUen Building Happenings Here Just 10 Years ................... .... to make one and ratheri ,I travel books, born at Brownsville,
and Ann
o Corner elr.ene Street problems. aggressive of the Federal Council Tenn. 35
Ago Today At Taken From I new president years ago.
r. I 124-haac Backus New England contentious. A little later hour
of Church of Christ in Am ri-
When an individual spends The File Of The Citizen i
-:i U Dally NewllpI"Pf'r In Key AV st and Monroe more Separatist and Baptist modifies Edward Howard Origirs, lecturer
f I this! into self-reliance, I
County. i' ca, born at DC Witt, Ark.. 49. and writer born at Owatonna
than he earns, he becomes insolvent. lie j'I : clergyman, historian and eham-
which, with the originality ofi
nt re l at Key writ, "Florida as 1It-t"md class matter ( All who be interested in ;' 'lion of religious, liberty born at ,j years ago. I Minn.. 67 years! ago.
loses: his sources of credit. He loses something 'Norwich, Conn. Died Nov. 20 i. thought. which accompanies this ;
: ,
.'U'T""inTII"RUL: haring' a correct explanation of I
N. Blair of Washington
.. even more valuahle-the confidenceand !j t the tenets of Christian Science''' 1806.I / I place, will enable you to stand I John T. Morse[ Jr., of Boston,|
Mrmtor of tae A" J.ltl Prr I I). C., writer and lecturer bornat
, entitled to j are invited to (be present at San i iI I j alone against opposition. In many i author: and biographer born there, Mo. 58
e Associated rresa >a exclusively use faith of others. lIe eventually ,' I Joplin years ago.
: r rt-pcbUcatlon! of all news dispatches credited tit goes Carlos hall tonight where a free|| 1828-Alexander K. McClure. cases there is an undercurrent of i 95 .
or not otherwise credited In this paper and lrUie4 II j I Philadelphia newspaper' editor for 1 years ago.
<..-al news published bsru, bankrupt.The lecture will Le given on the subject. ;an artistic, sensuous temperament! Giovanni Papini famed Italian
I Frank Bell. C S. Ii., of Phil- I! many years a national figure:. in { writer, born 54 years ago.
!,j U'ntll..IO HATCH! situation> is no different when it ;i* politics and journalism!! born in I that will [improve the mind. : Carrie Chapman Catt, famed
adelphia. is a member of the hoard
line Year ._........ .... .... 111.00 I
MX Month :. .:::.:....::::::=-._,...._-. ----- s..4/: comes to government, except that its of lectureship of the Mother'i I'erry Co., 1'a. Died June 0, leader of women, born at Ripon i i iWi I .
Three Months-...._................__ _.__ f.40 i 1909. | FORBIDDEN TO TALK Fish, Birds and Deer Heads
One Month .... ..... ...._ ___.._-........ ...._ .kl credit sources are greater. It can stave off Church First Church of Christ, |I .______ ;;., Id years a?o. : Mounted
Weekly. ....,..__.'.....___........m............--- ....._- -- ._ .%. the day of reckoning longer. It can Scientist; and has been invited to t i I II CECIL GRAY _
, per I| 1832-Webster Flanagan. Texas -I
come to Key Went for the I
purpose ST. LOUIS. Mrs.
AI/t'IItTISING: nA.TI! Margaret Lizette W. Reese of Baltimore, TAXIDERMIST
form financial slight-of-hand]j through trick of delivering this lecture. lawyer, stockman and Kepub-i
Male known'FCIAL! !j I ,
on McCarley of this city was forbidden poet and author born there 79 Prices
JtOTlCU bookkeeping that will serve to obscure actual Admission will be free. i j lican rarty leader of his day, bornat j I Fine Work-Reasonable
All readIng notices, cards of thank., resolutions atrrpct. I Cloverport. Ky. Died May[ 5, j by a judge to talk any more years afro. 319 Fleming St. Phoae 170-W
rbltuary not ires, eta. will be charged for at facts for a time. But eventually extravagances 1924. about her husband from whom Florida
lie rate of 10 cent a line. The merchant who fails to I I she had I Key West
overtake even separated. Rear Admiral Emory S. Land,
Notlrra for entertainments by churches from which government as "speak up" lets a lot of golden
k revenue Is to >I.. derived are 6 cents a line. 1834-Wilkinson Call. FloridaU. .
they do the individual. Insolvency' inevitably ales -- -
The Citizen la an open forum and Invites discus.Don opportunities pass his S. Senator, born at. Russell- I
of tublir! issu.-n and subjects of local or general
results from store. This lost business either i
>ti'rot but It v.III not publish anonymous comraunl failure to balance goes ville, Ky. Died Aug. 24, J10. I C4TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-'ILTII4TI
to his competitor down the streetor
'" .AS. outgo with income.It .
----- _. to the mail order houses. Folksare !
1839 John Knowles. Paine
is a common fallacy that there is [ often I 1!, 1
surprised to find that
IlIarvar,1 professor of music, noted
TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN no end to the taxing power of governmentthat the goods they bought, from 3j I j I composer and organist: born at ONE DOLLAR I

it has a limitless source of income. I catalogue, sight unseen are on I Portland, Maine.[ Died April 25,
.. .display: in the local stores at practically 190C.f .
WILL always seek the truth and print it Hut ,/hen taxes soar money goes into hid the Fame price. Most: folks i I

without fear and without favor; never be ing. It is destroyed through business' I chop where they are invited) to I II i f 1840-Samuel B. M. Young,

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; failures and .shut-downs.\ Property is shop. Adverit in The Citizen I j private in the Civil War to 7thLitutt.nantGeneral
!, Puts
; of the Army "Liftop"
always fight for progress; never be the or- taken over by states and municipalities. I C. II. Bond sri-hitet-t of the born. in Pittsburgh. Died at Helena a .General.Electric jj

gan or the mouthpiece[ of any person clique, Industrial developments stop, investments' firm of G. Lloyd Preacher and I I' Mont, Sept. 1. 1921. ,

faction or class; always do.jta nttRQst for! the are curtailed. .Men are thrown:-- ut.of. company of Atlanta. Ga., will 1848-William W. Kimball, a refrigerator in your homeS '
rive in Key West about ar-I!I ,
public welfare; never tolerate/ corruption or work and are unable to find fobs rear-admiral pioneer of the submarine
11 for the of making,
purpose ,
Jnjustice, .denounce: vice ann Braise virtue; Government has the power to taxbutthat plans for the La Concha Hotel. born at Paris, Maine. Died :
: I'I Jan. 20, 1930.
jcommen'd good tone: by:individual or organ- is a worthless pofwerindeed when Just as soon as plan! are com

jzation; tolerant; '"of oth rs' rights, views and there is": !tax,' ';.' ? I pitted the work of excavating for eeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeees)I The' "Liftop" has the sealed in.mechanism, ..: '

opinions; print only news that will elevate The American governmental units are the will foundation begin. All steel and for ground the structure work Today In History carries the 'five year ;service plan,' and has fJ ''S

and not contaminate the reader; never compromise not bankrupt. The chances are they will has been ordered from a com- ....................a... S the lowest operating cost of any electric 1

with principle.IMPROVEMENTS never be. nut the only way to remain pany in Virginia and consignments 1788-Connecticut, the fifth ..
will begin, to arrive before refrigerator made. .....---- 1--
solvent is to live within income-both as the foundation is completed Carl State to ratify the Constitution. !" :

------- individuals and as economic entities. The Aubuchon. promoter of the hotel I -
I 1793-First balloon flight, in :
FOR KEY WEST institution does not exist that can go on arrived two days ego from Atlanta America by Francois Blanchard of Let place in 1
where he has been completing arrangements us one your
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN forever spending more than it earns. for the hotel. Aecord- France, in New Jersey.

in to contractors, says; Mr. Aubu- home trial until July
1831-Daily mail service inaug-
WHY HE FAILED (chon the hotel will be completed Ii
urated between Detroit and the
1. Water and Sewerage.
by next August.
--- 1 .::'st. first at rental charge
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main -
An unusual statement was published I Dr. E. II. Curtis!, director of the
land. 1801 Confederates at Charleston !.
some tim.e ago in the News-Gazette, Champaign Near East: Relief organization for S of$1.00 month.
3. Free Port. Florida with headquarters in fired on Steamer "Star of the per I f
Ill., signed by E. L. Murdock head West," first shot of the Civil J.
4. Hotels and Apartments Tampa. Wednesday night
of a former leading ladies' ready-to-wear and will talk on the educationaldrive. War. :
for detail
5. Bathing Pavilion. See us complete !
store which had closed its doors to avoid lie will be heard in storiesof j
1923-Woman hanged for mur-
6. Aquarium. .
f being thrown into bankruptcy. relief and his talks will be illustrated. der in London-fir!!t execution ofa I IICJ3S: : ) All THIS FOOD!
7. Airports-Land and Sea. .
In this statement' the merchant set woman in England for lflvyc rs- : milk .2.% cream
8. Consolidation of County and City esp l badur
The ,, _.
forth the principal reasons for the store's Fditorial Comment: Don't look Key Westbscua.* ct. J caai fruit
yesterday afternoon with 327 1 bout. cusrp
Governments. failure maintain for time you have lost. You will t : .r* cbcrtie* 2 Ib*. S
the prestige and pros I passengers for Havana. Many of I Ib*.taut.l bc.d
find it. .
---- -- perity it had enjoyed in times past. lie never I these arrived by train while others! 4 tenure 2 lbs IOKHLOC 1 bit cucumber .
by boat, earlier in the week EI 1 C' :: cellar 2 &ta .Ir."l
$ervice i is! iti own advertisement! and said : The first shoot of the season ectrlc .0. lemons )J dotes OMBSI
and remained over for a short 1s! &' drctuec e 1 Ib.
its o>vn reward: "Perhaps the greatest contributingcause was held on the ,grounds of the star. lira .'i1 leftover COB-
Casa Marina: today. A high wind S iuec.I. M is the fact that four years ago our made it impossible for the shooters A. F. AYALA Sales Mgr 2quitldtcetinrtartl3oi :o Ctabu- Jb.. of lest

Vcoplc who buy exclusively for cash I firm, because we thought the rate was too. to make any perfect scores. and The Constance British! are Cruisers now mored Curlew in \iI..II.I'I..I.i.lI.l..IVII.lII.I.l16..r.l.lI/ !IIa

rarely have headaches on the first of the high, discontinued all advertising in the Some splendid scores were made I the stream in readiness for their
I however, despite the adverse ..... ..
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month. News-Gazette. We tried other forms of : wind. departure tomorrow morning. . -

advertising to supplant the New -Gazette,1 f'IIIIIII"II4TII I";'''# 'I.4TIJT8".lIj
Though the police force is still ,
A fellow does not have to be very but found none effective. Our business j I Further particulars about the working for the enforcement of .

old to remember when the circulation of continued on the down grade. Seemingly.: development which is being carried the traffic laws and are doing
I on at Key Largo by Senator
the Miami Herald was only 1,000. our friends had forgotten 'us. The fault William M. Dutler and associate, ,: much to bring about changed conditions

J j I I was ours." 'II'III have been received by The Citi-I I there are still several one-
the Prices
I eyed cars seen on streets OnSCREEN
Several magazine artists again hit In every city and town there are zen. It is announced that a yacht : nightly. Of course, it is readily !
basin is to be constructed also a I'
the cute and idea of stores which have realized that the forces are working -
upon original representing made the serious mis- golf course and tennis court and I
under a handicap, due to a
the New Year as a naked baby. take to which Mr. Murdock confesses in many other features which will shortage of officers but are getting

I I such a manly fashion.! add to the attractiveness of this results!! and will eventually'
development. It is planned to
A representative declares there is People look to their get the one-eyed cars off the
no newspaper for clear! drain fill and beautify 475 streets. WIRE

"lower house" of Congress. We assum.e their store news. No amount of handbills acres and each lot on the holdings i

he moans there. i is: none lower than the cit'culaign.hoarcl! or other devices can will be landscaped and planted BENJAMIN LOPEZ
with coconut palms.Mr. . .... J. rwfhi ,, l1 I l..IIUuJJfertb take the,pjaqe'" of the newspaper that goes FUNERAL HOME

into the home and is read by mem- [ and Mrs. Lewis Pierce, of Establish**! 49 Years
.-veer .
Key West's Oldest .
4l\ : irjXhQiU .cnl performs) her of the farajly.) ROfi Elizabeth street announce ... Calyaaia.d: BJ'OII.r. 1.fCl
2i 24-Hour Ambulance Service .J. I u 'd i c at
no miracles: jou mus{\ have the goods and thft birth of a daughter yesterday.The Licensed Embalm .J, } I 'f.'T.. ..,.,....11..111'h'" ;;' :1.- . U I . , I 1, .5.'y' :' I
., c ' .... ... _. ..21 Yd .40 Yd;,
24' .._ ; ;; .
.,, ,
_. : .P -
the co'wvct prices ifyolr'ex'eH'tb'! ell'meri! DOES HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF? Steamship Northland sailed Phone 1SS Nitht lta.W __ :: .t. ::: :: : "

26,' ...._::. ... J.-:. ::.L: -r.; ..: .23 Yd. ::43' Yd '\)--1!' t. . t ;
chaJ1tlis .. _ ___ ,.. ;
.. _
: t- A .' .
-... 'j', - .': pis i .'a* ,"" I' ""t .;., 1. H 1tl i'- '
I ; .
: r' yt1. it- l. (Daniel Webster:; to the U. S. Senate. 1838)) I' I 'tt1l'rt .28". .f vr_' .r.......,..;._...........::__..._ .2. 4"Yd'. ..46.Yd.h-:: /'., 1..1.: : c
:. .1 '
Jobs for some 1,500 men will sprout There are persons who constantly clamor. MSHIP Co. 30" ._._..: .::..._......__....._.:._._._.. .26 Yd. .49 Yd. D'

within a ,few days Whirligig hears, with They complain of oppression, speculation and the PJ & OSTE STATES FAST .32" .._......?.........___.._....___.-...._ .28 Yd. .53 ..Yd.
the commencement of work on the bridge pernicious influence of accumulated wealth.
They ROUTES FOR 34" ...._.: ..._......___._........._.__._ .29 Yd. .56 Yd.
ing of the overseas highway between Miami cry cut loudly against all banks and corporations,
PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES a.: 36" .......-.._..._..-........_...._._._.._ .30, Yd. .59 Yd.
and Key West. It is the most om- and all means by which small)) capitalists become I Effective April 27. 1933

Leave Weft for . : ...". ..... .............. .... ..
bitious program, undertaken by federal united in order to produce important and bene- Key Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:20 38" ... .. .. . .. .35 Yd. .64 Yd.
r. M.
emergency relief administration in Florida ficial results. They carry on mad hostility againstall Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday. and Saturdays 40" .............______.............__....._ .38 Yd. .67 Yd.

and will require all wint M to complete.- established institutions. They would choke the I I !9:00) Leave A. M.Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays -" S 42" ......_..-...............-....-...-....; .40 Yd. .70 Yd.

:'ia Ii Y. fountain of industry and dry all streams.In 6:30 P. M. 4g" ..___.__-____..____...._..___.._ .45 Yd. .80 Yd. .
a country of unbounded liberty, they I Tickets, Reservations and Information at Ticket Office on &e. t I
Dock 'Pbo. 71
I clamor against oppression. In a country of perfect J. H. COST:R. Ag..t. 1 I

equality they would move heaven and earth

I against: privilege and nyjnopoly. In a country

I where property is more evenly divided than anywhere ....................,............................ Special for Housewives j I

else, they rend the air shouting. agrarian 4 : AS THE YEAR DRAWS TO A CLOSE ;

I doctrines. In a country where wages of labor are .l
I : we wish to extend to our client our sincere thanks for thcooperation : Casserole Sets lovely pottery oven proof casterole I
high beyond ,
parallel they would teach the laborer :
which they have shown dating th. .
1 past year
: he is' but an oppressed; slave. 'r: and to wish for them and all Key West a bright and prosperous I *.!., flowered designs, consisting of plate, dish and top : .

Sir, what can uch men want? What do they New It Year.has been our aim to furnish you with every ....iI .. :1 -two slier I

mean? They can want nothing, sir, but to enjoythe : ,banking facility and protection at a mtainum cost and at tho. '
some time to aid and assist every worthy enterprise applying .i and "
fruits of other men's $1.25 $1.50
Statesare labor.
Tfiey can mean
: to us for financial! help. : 'I

commonly referrerr to as City Fathers, nothing but disturbance and disorder, the diffusion The past several years Lave been most trying year*' for .
: every lice of business. It U moat gratifying to Officers !
oar :
because of solicitude of
the they have or corrupt principles and the destruction of
S and Directors to know that your bank has be.. weighed in the .
should have for the welfare, both physicaland the moral sentiments and moral habits of so S balance sad not found wanting. W. have weathered the .5
I : storms of the past and with pride and confidence look to the :
spiritual, of the community in which 'I ciety. future. We shall endeavor to continue to merit your faith la 1
they dwell. Ordinance 30G just enacted'I''j I : us and your approvaL : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
i To the of who have been .
with since th.
shows no paternal for the many you ut
regard protec- j Reading good books will
be one way ,: hank was founded in 1881 as well a* to these who have be : Phew 598 White and Eliza Streets
tion of the city's youth and should be repealed ;j: to make the best use of 1935 and the in- !t: come associated with us since that timo we wish for you during .

forthwith. The Citizen believes ':;j! dividual who reads this and resolves to :i.: tho coming year. much of those most valuable things. which :, "Your home U worthy of the best
money cannot buy, good health peace and happiness.THE .
better judgment will prevail and that this |I carry out the idea will be entitled to one I
will be done. l gold star for one good resolution. :1.
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.....%%.................t 1 The withdrawal of BUILD OWN HOME
FOLLOWING I tion for churches: protec-r I!

I. homes, against the sale of drinkat EASTWOOD, Eng. Having,I Notice To Subscribers ..

WILL NOT PLAY TAKE UP QUESTION all hours and the Lord's Day I but little money, Lester Perry and |i I __
Miss Ala
THROUGH Snell of this city built
B VICTOR BRIDGES, is most bitterly regretted and the : a bungalow with their own hands'I i ?!In.. b. prompt la paysaglb.

_IV -- --- CITY OF LIQUORTRAFFIC1ESOLUTIONS error should at once be rectified j aiM then got married. I carrier woo deliver year

I I "This laments .
(By JOVE) meeting - --- paper H. pars TL. Ciu....
A vuJiuiU formulawfcitfc with a quick wriggle I felt him twin
Churches the
that this is SinCere\ Administrator of
experience \
<< fca been etcfea from Holly/ I IS cent week for .
vII"" M bony OB0AC ftp tunomiM himself around. There was a shower CONSUL MILORD ....................... and inflicted by a ) the FERA in Key West and to a th pa.
(* r Uterrxj. A u kolas Trench of dust and grit,. a brief straining RECEIVES .1 ADOPTED DUR- : per and sells It to fr 20
sad Jen it Uordavnt art aiding scramble the eight. on my arms The diamondball league will I, of one member, and by a council i' the Press. you
Loftys ket aftemvl l. recover tl; ; LETTER FROM MIKE CON- under ING MEETING CONDUCTEDIN that had voted unanimously, and "The very special thanks of Beata Hi. profit for 4.liTW.Ia .
muffled The first
iMtdCKfy Uolly duappeari front suddenly relaxed, and a I way tonight. game
Aer Able. It w. said Ual.1II teat bump from Inside told me that be ZALEZ GIVING STATUS OF of the new league will bring together 11 PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL adopted a satisfactory ordinance]I II this meeting are expressed to the ( !I. S ..ab weekly o. ask
rale ill,and had to fee removed to i iI
a kotpitaL But Jfmm Pox panbefriended* had landed safely. the Adams: Dairy team and I for the regulation of the drink 1 Editor of The Key West Citizen, ..o.criV.r. If }>. U set paid

tollovt toy itiAout and Nick tell, Kick Jkae Ikal Holly, With tbe rain trickling down my I CLUB'S MOVEMENT the. Lopez ten. On Friday night I ROOM MONDAY NIGHT j traffic, No. 305. II ]i and to the three members of our! HE 101.. Not Ti.. CitUts.

actually lieu been A144 n III a Jm. neck I stood there in the darkness the bitter rival, Busy Bees and i I The permission for saloons to | City Council who did all possibleto !; :

'?!key ieare end start a lax 10_at And(A0 Uollu.end o/ (hetrtfl scarcely daring to breathe. Ten- Lopez, will play, and every time I -ell drink in the vicinity of our give Key West a satisfactoryand :, '.lIII"'I.I a

twenty thirty seconds passed. these two clubs the fur 1 public schools is most!! bitterly re- honest ordinance for the regulation -
Domingo Milord, Cuban consulat meet The following resolutions were
From somewhere close by a church I flies. The three clubs in the leagueare I I rented and condemned. i of the drink traffic in our REGRETTED AFFAIR

hapter 29 clock chimed out the half-hour, and Savannah, Ga., now in' Key about evenly matched, so' adopted at a meeting of colored I "This meeting of colored citizens -I city.

then breaking in on the stroke. citizens held in the Presbyterian i ,
BATTLE FOR MOLLY I i authorizes the secretary and NIAGARA FALLS.When saved
West has received letter .
from good
a some very games are expect.ed "Signed"J.
knowledge- came the harsh Irate of a key. Al- I: in this School Room Monday night: chairman of this! gathering to senda I A. HUNTER, from suicide here, an unidentified -
EUEVED the that league.
O by most simultaneously the back door ('Mike Gonzalez assistant ,
: manager of these resolutions to the "Chairman. roman fobbed "Oh.
that young ,
"Considering during copy
we had at least secured our re and Jimmy stepped out 1 very
treat I set off with Jimmy along swung into the open area I of the St. Louis Nationals, informing recent days murders have been chairman of every P.-T. A, the I'l "R. T. NEWBOLD why didn't I go over when I hada
On Sunday the baseball league "
C.V.. A., the Pastors of our "Secretary chance
the empty terrace.It Were all right sir. he whispered him it will be impossiblefor will start, and the three clubs that committed in the saloons in our

was a depressing thoroughfare, cheerfully. "Tbere't no one I community; -'-" --- ---
have shown their desire to play
the club to play in Key West.
consisting of shabby-looking three- about, leastways not down 'ere." are the Sluggers, Stars and "That men in quest of drink .

story houses most of which were 1 took back the torch which beheld Mr. Milord wrote :Mr. Gonzalez A schedule of gam'sappeared have lost their lives; I' ,

doubtless let out In lodgings. None out to me. "You wait where I "That a truck was needed to
Jimmy," 1 said. "I'm i t asking if it could be arranged for in jeaterday's issue of
of them bad apparently been painted yon are goIng drunken men from of''
The Citizen. The battery for the convey one 'tbeRo'Jr.cJHJinke'DOn
or done up for years,and In many In to search the house. If' you I the club to play in Key West on ( the willbe these places quite recently; t
cases the atucco was peeling off bear a row and 1 don't come down Sluggers in Sunday game ;
the trip either to or from Ha- Bethel and Ingraham against "That drunken men were refus- ,;
their fronts. again or give you a shout clear: out i
quick while you've got the chance. vana assuring the club a certain the new La Tropicals battery of ed admission to the train for Miami ACCEPI1NG'IMITATIONS
A thin driving rain added to the I :
and that the conduct of men
Dick Navarro and Joe Navarro,
hold of the first
Get policeman you amount for the stay. I
general air of sordid discomfort.We can find and tell him that there's a the famous brother who had been drinking was urnaU! j' To get the original Davie 100% Pare. Paint
trudged on in silence until, In his letter to Mr Milord = Be sure to -
young lady here who has been kidnapped isfactory, the victims of I rt.mnwr
a little way ahead of us. the road. and locked up. Do you un- which was given The Citizen, :Mr. drink are increasing; I look. for Davit 100% Par Paint* hu:ofttn* teen k.r!:

nay began to slop> upwards. At the derstand Gonzalez writes that the St. Louis In the second game, the Slug-I "That the money received for i .arse wu"e imitated, but never IIU pl. __,.-..\.-..
top of tbe rise it narrowed Into what I .will use Lucilo in the box, I t this Label I
He nodded silently. club will directly from lliami gers relief does not allow a margin for Davit 100% Pure Paint conform I with ===
was evidently a bridge-a short Flicking on my lamp I moved past g and the Stars will depend on the excessiveness of intoxicating; all pure paint Laws and i* the only paint :.=.--
stretch of about twenty yards with to Havanf aad return direct. He'dtfflbtf Gates and Al. Rodriguez will be that came* a of '
him into the corrldor/lt was a short liquor and I Qp guarantee parity. ===
high Iron rail:ngs pffeitbFlsld I f of it. n ilr a*e wflS foor {yt e Jhfmfie stop at KeyWeTttShnoi 'bel'in.the. plate.Thellineupa I "Considering that these condi PAINT I I

."11 this nodded.the cancirIlin"That's: right 'Ue i Der rotor ham R. Bethel Lucilo Pie Tray- "That the defeat of the ordinance hrtaMtzed, BALTIMOREMU> "
: confront. (li|Ar;i h,.flight of fh wtadapstairs. HU{ lffi}v rl6j ! TOlittfi! z'e ) tba 1 nor J Hale Esmond Albury or repeal of that ordinance
led( opposite under the door at the Frpm, snondent that at a .later date it G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
{ ie*. pulled np top cam: :a fatnt. :glimmer of. : TJ'flT .!*t *..)I".... Cuco Castillo, Fruto, Gopher and No. 305, regulating the sale of .
abruptly undeAha'light! of a street may be possible for arrangementsto Machin' drink is a great mistake and er ---J

lamp. .. several seconds 1 stood still be made for a game in Key '. _. .
FOR -- '" - -- -
"You can see for yourself now, There was not a soundto West, and if so he will so advise. and ;
La Tropicals-Joe, John
sir. That's the want-the t
place we
be heard and taking hold of tbe
Dick Navarro, F. Salinero, M.
second one past the yard.
rickety banisters I mounted up a
I stared down into an untidy Utter step at a time until my fingers DOUGLASS SCHOOL Sanchez, Castellano, E. Garcia, A. .yIlly
of timber and old barrels. Beyond closed silently on the door handle. Hernandez, Rue la, H. Wickers

this 1 could make out the black It turned with a faint click. I NOW ACCREDITEDA M. Ubi6ta, Fabian, mgr.

shape of two buildings! each of) dropped back the torch Into my A

which seemed: to possess: a narrow pocket, and giving a gentle push, I Stars-Al. Rodriguez, Gates,
strip of ground running down to the stepped out softly Into an emptj
canal bank. Doth of them In Molina, F. Acevedo rngr.; A. Ace-
were the
and dimly lit halL recent dispatch from
I vedo, Peter Castro. Cerezo, Geo.
complete darkness. Tbe light. such as it was. came State Department of Education at I
"Better have a look at the front Acevedo, Sevilla, Gabriel, Martinez -
from an old Fashioned gas Jet which Tallahassee Fla., reveals the fact
lint I observed. "If there's nothing bad been turned down almost to Its that the Douglass High School ;ltd one vacancy to be filled

doing there we can come back lowest point. It gave Just sufficient colored. Key West, has met all later. ;'
and try this side. illumination to reveal the fact that it : -
requirements for accreditation,
We continued our way down the there were four rooms-two on The three clubs seem to be r '
farther slope and in a few steps ar either aide of me and that In the is (|about equally matched and some
Douglass high School as a
rived at the entrance to Wharf: centre another staircase led up to The t ,
wishes thank }very rood games are expected
whole it is stated to
Lane. It was a gloomy cul-de-sac the first landing.I t

with a blank wall on the left. terminating was on the point of moving forward the superintendent! and county( .............. .....r.. .

as Jimmy had said. In a when my heart gave a violent school board for their interest and

rough piece of waste ground railedIn Jump. Without the slightest warn. service in helping to attain this i CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN !f '

from tbe road. Facing this werea ing one of the doors on my rlgbt timely success. .

couple of gaunt houses with high was suddenly Jerked open, and out I This success was. to a large extent '-'

steps leading up to their front doors. of the darkness merged the figure madeipossi4le l by the conscientious t .

could of a man. :of the principal
Treading as softly as we : we efforts
............ .
........ .
Ho dressed In and
moved on past the gate in the yard was a Prof Clarence C. Walker, Jr., anda

and pulped up outside onr destina dirty shirt and his huge tattooed corps of hard working teachers I. MISCELLANEOUS

tion. Like its next door neighbor the arms were bare to the shoulder. most of whom hold graduate state

place looked as though it were de Through the mop of tousled hair based the com- CASH PAID for used furniture.
certificates upon
serted. Not of which hung down over his forehead 1013 Southard street
a ray light appeared and two-
of four years
he stood glaring and blinking at me pletion
anywhere and tbe only sound that is stated. dec7-lmox
college study, !
like some monstrous ape. year
broke the stillness was the faint 1
pattering of the rain amongst the "Chore Jis allayty." FOR RENT

bushes opposite. The words whatever they meant, LEGALS - -
came out in a hoarse growl and
I peered through the halfopengate ROOMS AND APARTMENTS,
somehow or other the sound of thebrute's \OTMK OP AI'PI.ICTIOOP
which led down Into the area. KIUKF. % 1013 Southard street.
voice steadied Instantly. JISSnPOUTI'U
Dark as It was I could see that the me I 'Ultltlt "u" tTO IIt'U"F. dec22-lmox
-Ton filthy 1.lnel"! I said. DKtlKH.
kitchen windows were heavily A KKK.K
"Where's Miss O'Brlenr NOTICE' is IItnl'UGIVES that
barred the stout Iron stanchions Kirk,
1 took a step towards him and at the undersigned' Porter SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.All .
reaching up to within a few Inches a married woman, a resident of the
the same moment he sprang at me of Florida. will on the IZth modern THE
of tbe top arch. Slat
like a wild beast. One clawing hand day of January A. P. 1J35. apply to Bathing and fishing at your new AEROTYPE CROWN
On the left however. Just above
U. I Browne
gripped me by the shoulder and I the Honorable Jefferson back door. Frank Johnson,
the dim outline of the dustbin there Judge of the Circuit Court of the Out-Starts
felt the blood spun beneath my Circuit of FlorIda Colonial Hotel Building.
Twentieth Judicial ETHYL is out ahead in performance.
was something else. It was a small County, at way ..
knckles as my left flat crashed In and for Monroe jan7-tf
pane of partly broken glass about his office In the Court House. Key Vaporizes at lowest temperature '
home full In his face.Back
two feet square, and at the sight of Went. Florida at ten unlock A. M. -quick Positively i new fuel-unlike and amazinglysuperior
went his bead and up came or as soon thereafter as a hearing AUTO SERVICE warm-ul -
It suddsn
a Inspiration flashed his chin. Swift as a flash. and with may be had for a license to manage minimum choking.
across my mind. take charge of and control hf'rprop..rty
the full weight of my body behind to gasoline heretofore sold.
"Come on. Jimmy I whispered, and to beconxa a free dealer CARS WASHED, POLISHED any ..
It. I slung In my right. It landed in every respect in accordance ,
Painted and Greased. No.3
"let's go down and do a bit of tbe of his and nith the statute of the State of OutClimbsHighest ,,'
square on point 'Jaw, Fire Station. ded-lmo I II One tankful unmixed with other fuel
scouting. any
lurching back against the wall he FloridaJESSIE PORTER KIRKE ,

toppled to the floor with a thud that Petitioner; : antl-knock rating! : f

LpNTLY as cats we descended shook1 tha house.. \\'. CURRY HARRIS. ; I .1" PERSONAL ever offered for land service will prove that it outclasses any gasoline you J
'the for Petitioner i
steps, and creeping ..forwsrdt Attorney
trjfle dazed, by tbe suddenness
.1ec12' ,- ULCER GAS ,
oil:'t e side of the dustbin: pulled of it silt I stood staring stupidly I at AND! INDIGESTION, vidtims, -no carbon knocks. i .; lol have ever used A m h cturewiill. not produce

& pocket electric torch which I the sQ>ra1'lInJ.bult In front of me. In re Estate b .". t fi i
had,broucht with me from the flat. He lay flat on his back one arm MARY t:. BVRTL.UM., J r I why suffer? For quick relief OutPowersComplete t
c, Deceased. i i rample of Udga the best results. You be the j juclgeJ.No'increase
T broken pane was about six feet flung but a .full length and the j ', Kekji-free ,
from the ground. I raised myself on other doubled under him. all" rreditow: all {Tablets, a doctor's prescription, vaporization
toes so that I could Just I claims orand' against at Gardner's Pharmacy. produces in sells for
my see Ills month and chin were covered ha\lncr ( all price- only two cents
over the lower ledge and inserting with blood and 1 noticed for the first said Estate hereby jan7-8-9-14.1 l-22-23-28-29-30x power-no draggingless
You and each of you are
my torch rough a bole in tbe glass. time that he had silver rings In notified and required to present I \ crankcase dilution. a gallon more than Crown GasoUne.OutClasses
pressed down. tie switch. both ears. any claims and demands which! you, FOUND .

I was looking! Into what was evidently There was a shuffle of footsteps or either estate of of you MARY, may E.have I1ARTLUM.againstthe : I I _

a disuse coal cellar. There In the passage below.In another mo deceased, late of Monroe County, BICYCLE, Sunday. Onwer may --

was nothing in: it except a few dirty ment Jimmy came scrambling up Florida, to the lion. ,[ugh Gunn, have same by describing bicycleand
Judge of Monroe Count, at Has the highest specifications
sacks and the door, which was only! the stairs. his County office In the County Court Housein paying for this ad. Apply

halt closed. led out Into a passage. "Crikey-! he ejaculated. "That :Monroe: County Florida, within 613.. ,Caroline street. jan8-2t ever applied to motor

I turned oft the light and pushed was some punch that was!" lIe Inspected eight, calendar months from the gasoline.
date of the first publication hereof
cautiously oa the wooden frame my handiwork with a kindof All claims and demand not presented FOR SALE

work. At tbe second attempt it yield. awed Interest. wish I'd seen It," within the time and In the '

ed to my efforts swinging open witha be added regretfully."I manner prescribed herein law.shall bebarred MIMEQGRAPII PAPER. 500 Out-Ahead

noisy creak. I stepped back and want you to keep an eye on this Pated aa Key provided n>st, Florida by January sheets 125. The Artman

bending down, placed my lips toJimmy' chap I said, "while I go and find !nd, A. I). 1935.KL.ORKNCB : Press, Citizen Building. Virtually gum-free-no '

ear. :Miss O'Brien. You're not afraid. are tKP= MALONEY= SPOTTSn .-.. jun27tf gummy or sticking valves to CROWNÐYL

"It's not big enough for me." I you?" As Executrix of the Last! Will and loss of
of K. Rartlum, TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 cause power.
Testament Mary
whispered. "\r& you game to climb "Not me, was the cheerful: re- -

through and unlock' the tack door" sponce. 'If 'e moves I'll kick 'im on n t'a'l..d. ian2-: '-UEJl sheets;, 75c. The Artman Press

/Hot 'alf. sir.-: : the "ead." aug7

"Snove this! lamp: In your pocket \ Tin tTY Jt UGIi", 'on.4.
(Cop'jitg1)3';. Pen ruMisMuj Co.) '
ibejij 1 and ret on my shoulder." INM' ) FOH MOMtOK ('ol''n'' OLD CAPERS, FOR SALE-Two

Sttedicg plat; by the knees. 1 I In 1.01111)re Estate%. of I ) ::b.und s for 5c. The Citizen Of- &

raised nns>ef! slo.vly to 'my fall Jimmy and Nick Put a Quick NKIjUB L. S.\U=,"OERS. j : lleellt a oct6
End to Disturbing Situation, t
h rnt. ".LtI first:' I muttered and T..rr..w.>> a ))creased.OTICK .J
. To all creditors and all person* PRINTING-Quality Printing at
- -
--- -- - --' having claim or demands aieainsl .the''Lowest Price. The Art.
I said Estate; ,
DIAMONDBALLGAMETON1GHT i I I Ii i view Park with Adams Dairy and You and each of you are hereby iaa *Pr'esa.PERSONAL aug7
notified and required to present any
I I the>-Lopez Funeral Home tens to claims and demands which >ou. vr CARDS 100 FO.R YOUR MOTOR
printed .
either of have against the .
be in the The you may cards( :: . -.
seen- initial contest estate of NELLIE SAL'XPERS.. $1.25. The Artaian I :, '.
deceased late of Monroe County, .:. _
Press aug7 '
I other team in the league is the Florida to the lion. Hush Gunn.County .
-- Judge! of Monroe Count, at
Busy Bees. his office in the County CourtHouse FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES
ADAMS AND LOPEZ IN FIRST In Monroe County Florida,
The schedule of games as arranged within eight calendar' month from

CONTEST OF LEAGUE | was published in The Citizen I hereof.the date All of the claims first and publication demands SPJCJAL married women.EMPLOYMENT$15 ,,'eekyand' for STANDARD OIL COMPANY

SERIES I yesterday.On J in not the presented manner within prescribed the time herein and youfriown dresses FREE representing1 ,

Friday night, the two old shall be barred as provided by law. nationally known

rivals Busy Bees and Lopez will 2. Dated 135. Key West. Florida January Fashion Frocks. No canvassing ,

The Senior Diamondball League I be seen in action. CHARLES MORTIMER SACXDERS.A fco investment. Send dress size. 'INCORPORATED; IN_ KENTUCKY'YEDXESDAY ;
Administrator of the Estate of Fashibn Frocks Dept. S-1056. L r ,., ,

schedule will open tonight at Bay- Subscribe for Th Citizen. Nellie L. Saunders,* deceased.jan--II-:3 Cincinnati, Ohio. *. jan9-ltij ; .

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,...............s..s..s..s................ ..... Mrs. Edith Botsford here the friends and
I among many
ENEAS' FUNERAL PERSONAL:.ii" N.T .N.\\ Killed When Automobile acquaintances her arrival. she had met since Skin Torment

:-: SOCIETY : : THIS AFTERNOON ......................................... Plunges Through Bridge She was the widow of Com- Itchin rou hness

Sheriff K, O. Thompson left airs and Mrs. Carlos Lovato mander Owen St. Auburn Bots $.easiI1 relieved
and withResstiiol "
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress yesterday afternoon for a short left yesterday for :Miami where (Continued from Page One) ford U. S. N.. and had spent a improved:

HELD FROM LOPEZ CHAPEL business visit in Miami. Mrs. Lovato will undergo treat- was said that Dr. H. C. Galey was\ great deal of her life in the Orient
'PHONE 752-J ment by a specialist.E. asked to hold an autopsy. and it ia: said, has a daughter liv-

.................................................. WITH REV. SUMMERS Felo Rodriguez, who was spending There will no testimony, ing in Singapore.The .
a few days in Miami returned R. Lowe justice of the peaceat taken at the session this afternoon body is at Lopez Funeral

Woman's Club Entertains With OFFICIATING yesterday. Tavernier, who was in the city it was said. The acting Home and efforts are being madeto FAST_ FREIGHT SERVICE

for a few days on business, left coroner will take the jury to the I get in touch with some of her ..
Enjoyable Tea Party Yesterday i J. B. Duane::;;.an arrival yes, yesterday,afternoon for his home. 'scene of the accident and have the folks or associates in order that

Funeral services for Captain i terday from Long Key for a brief I' t- \ car hauled from the water when l advice can be obtained as to what NEW YORK
I William S. Eneas, 102'years old,', visit with his family.Joe . Ernest Meres, sponge buyer of :an examination of the vehicle will\ arrangements are to be made for
The meeting and afternoon tea I I ing the repetition of a cabaret were held 3:30 o'clock this. afternoon I Key West and Tarpon .Springs, t be made. services and the disposition of her
social held yesterday by the Key entertainment such as took place I II from the Lopez Funeral I Pearlman, president of" the I arrived yesterday from Tampa I The jury will also investigate effects. I and BOSTONFrom

West Woman's Club at the Clubhouse !I some months ago sponsored by I Home. Rev. George E. Summers, Retail MerchantS Association, left and is the guest of his son-i ,-law j.he approach to the bridge where : :Mr. Edmunds is one of the compilers Friday
on Division street was well the Club, composed of local talent II III of the First Methodist Church, of-J I on the afternoon train yesterday j and d.aughter. Mr. and :Mrs. Clem I the accident happened and get all of the Florida Motorist Key Wet alternate
attended and included not only! and under the direction of Mrs. I From New York alternate Tue.-
I ficiated. for ... in with the Magazine. He here in the
I.I a business visit in Miaro jt. C. Price. data connection was
members of the Club but also a' Lillian Connally of New York Pallbearers were William Pin- I -' '" II I I tragedy before having the other interest of the issue to come off day
goodly number of the .winter residential -i City.There I der, Leon Carey, Frank Johnson, Mrs. E. S. Baker and brother Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ochan-,, occupants of the car called for the press this month and intended From Boston alternate' Saturdays

l colony. t will also be a drive for i Benjamin Griffin, Steadman Pin- I George A. Eneas, arrived yesterday I dareno, who were here for the!! questioning.Mrs.: to leave over the highway for ,u.. !\K\V OKI.IAXS! <. KEY WEST
The program, in charge of :Mrs.l 1! new members for the Key West der and W S. Eakins. 'funeral of Mrs. Ochandareno9sister Botsford came to Key :Miami today.He .
the body of Alternate 11'ed.e.d.a Arrlrhet *
Arthur Pastorini, chairman of the I',: Public Library, with a special reduction Captain Eneas was one of the I their accompanying father. Captain William 'I :Mrs. Maria Elizabeth Pin-]I West early in November and immediately met Mrs. Botsford in Texas I I West M-cv.4 day f.ll.wl.g.
Public Welfare of the in membership rates avail
Department forst sea captains and was a Key Eneas, to :Key West for burial der, held yesterday afternoon manifested a keen inter- some years ago when he was connected -
Club was exceptionally well han able for a limited time only. Wester, but moved to Miami about I, I with the Texas CLYDE-MALLORY
Mrs. Naomi Rice granddaughter left for their home in Miami yes- est in the affairs of the Florida Rangers, I
died, and included some enjoyable I I Among those attending yesterday's 17 years ago to make his home also arrived.Mr. a [ terday. I ERA and the rehabilitation pro- and was spending an evening -l inu
musical numbers sung by the entire meeting and social were:I with his daughter, Mrs. E. S. Bak- I gram. She became associated with with her Mr. Key and Miss Barton C. s:. SMITH. A&..'.
gathering. I M>s. William) II. Malone Mrs. G. of before for Miami. Key West
J. R. Blair, U. S. inspector the Key West Hospitality League, leaving
Miss May Hill and Mrs. Carl N. Goshorn, Mrs. Haydn Illing- er.He and Mrs. Will Lones and '
was the first, master of a hulls and J. B. Sullivan U. S. inspector and was recently made assistant
Bervaldi, accompanied at the I worth, Mrs. Robert Lord, Mrs. ship to take a 90-ton vessel into three children, who were visiting of boilers who were in I secretary. -- -

piano by Mrs. Philip Bernard! Norberg Thompson Mrs. M. E. the harbor of Miami. lie commanded with Mrs. Lones' mother Mrs. Key West inspecting floating i, Arranged For Residence

Roberts, sang two delightful,! Berkowitz, Mrs. Arthur Pastorini a number of, vessels during his Sarah Roberts and other relatives equipment of the Monroe County: A short time ago she made ar- . Suc cess f u aid inColds
duets, "The Bells of St. Mary's"and i i Mrs. Stephen W. Douglass Mrs life including the Mildred Doc- left yesterday for the homein I Ferry System, left yesterday forMiami. rangements to occupy the Martin
"Flower Song," and Mrs. Eva:' 0. S. Long Mrs. J. J. Trevor tor Lykes and Hollyhock. :Miami Key residence at Stock Island PREVENTING
B. Warner with Miss Mary\ Eliza-I!,i Mrs. Ralph Russell Mrs. A. M. Survivors are, Mrs. Baker; son, I and intended to make her hone

beth Grillion as pianist, rendered II I I Hewett, Mrs. William H. White,i iI George A. Eneas both of Miami; Mrs. T. O. Otto returned to:I YOUNG GIRL TAKES IRON ---- -- -- - ..--- '
"The Violet" and "La Paloma," I Mrs. F. H. Ladd, Mrs. Jeanette. three grandchildren Mrs. Naomi :Key West yesterday after spending ry, At the,-first nasal irritation or sniffle

both beautifully done. J.I Adams, :Mrs J. Ci: Gekeler Mrs.: Ric//Jlanu; ; Mrs. )r kith. Van Ert. the Christmas and New Year's GAINS TEN POUNDS i PALACETom 1 a j a ply Vicks Va-tro-not=ust;a few drops.T .

Miss\ ; Nina G. Ryder then gave;: A. D. LAethi; MrsljIJohh: WardloW.!. Wisconsin Rapids, .a d'iIl.' am holidays with her son-in-lawf and! $Bertie Grove age 12, .J badly I in is time ithe ps t avoid an
illuminating address on Pub-i Mrs'lr'lIunt'llarrisMiss' : \ Fl4et'd l !, Buffalo daughter, Dr. and l\Irs."l\I*. De- : Tyler
an y .neal; NTT.: : to' underweight. After taking* Vinol '
lie Welfare work, after which she 'Mrs. JS; Vinmg'Harris, 'MrL'h! 'O.Helling's alo.' .' ylavl'4NNQllNCEDEATH, Doe, and two sons and daughters- ((Iron tonic) she gained ten UNCONQUERED BANDIT 1 3& I4s uglY T vo sizes? 10 e' off.'y .)

.urged those, present to ask question -'' I, Mrs. ''Ge'nevieve':''Sholtz' in-law Dn and :Mrs. Osgood Otto pounds. It gave her appetite and Serial and Short Reel --.' ,t K ..

relative to this branch, of 3frs''S.: 'P ul 'Vecker, 'Mrs/: Edith and Attorney and Mrs. Joseph rosy cheeks. Children like VinoL Matinee 10-15c Night 10-20c
.sociology. Several pertinent1!,I Rhodes Foster, Mrs:* W.'\\J./ 'hela& Otto, in Miami. Oriental Pharmacy. : ; .

..queries were put forth,cop erljng' Mrs. J. II. Costar Miss May Hill?: 'OF.i MRSJMILLIGAN: r. ." .. -i. 1'"N j".. ;' .jyr..MSMISLSYV L
the general and extensive rehabilitation }.'S.\q. li+; giQUr&. Nellie Wil-.. I . _. .. -- .l , J ;_ 'vj; :f.'t'9%, +tv; b l ..< .

program that i Li now in progress .1 I 1 liama, Mrs. Charles Rice, Mrs. I .' J1f.; ":
here, to which Miss\ Ryder' George Archer Mrs. James Cor- ''"
replied clearly and intelligently.She .I mack, Mrs. Benjamin Trevor Miss KEY WEST RESIDENT PASSES .
further invited suggestions as. Mary Trevor, Mrs. E. R. Evans, AWAY THIS MORNING Enjoy ;":.,! .. ';c g-,;
to the improvement and enlarge Mrs. C. C. Dettcloff Mrs. Harvey
ment of this 'program. I Eagen, Mrs. Wesley Archer Mrs. IN CINCINNATIA

IMrs. G. N. Goshorn, Presidentof E. Swicegood, Mrs. Pinder, M'rs. ::

the Key West Woman's Club, L. Auxier, Mrs. Philip B. Roberts, telegram was received in Key .
who presided at this meeting an-I Mrs. Carl Bervaldi, Miss Elizabeth West today announcing the deathof ..?-.:.'=.::-;;-;-:.''

nounced that their next meeting, Grillion, Mrs. Aldrich Mrs. Clif- Mrs. May Milligan, age 45, : z :
will be in charge of the Fine Arts, ford Hicks, Mrs. H. C. Galey Mrs. which occurred at 5:20 o'clock COrtZO/M

Department, at which time various John Key, Mrs. Eva B. Warner this morning in Bethesda Hospitalin 'f
plans will be formulated, includ-I I and Miss Nina G. Ryder. Cincinnati, Ohio, following an t

operation performed at that in ti- -

Card Party Given I I Convent Recital tution.The deceased had been an em- ;=_ ; ,

Last Evening Enjoyable EventI ploye of the American Railway ___
I I Express Company in Key West for -' *- a r- .;.? Jr.r'U- "' yafSKhtiV -
the past fifteen years. She is sur-
Miss Winona Lounders enter-I i The Recital held last eveningat Mrs.
vived by one daughter
tained last evening with a card St. Cecilia's Hall by the
George Peacon, and other rela-
party at her home on White streetin Junior Music Department of the iuue-
honor of Miss Deborah Knowles Convent of Mary Immaculate was tives. / =C'riISifcf" : = :
The funeral will be held Thurs- fejit3 -s & i-w5is-=
/ rffiia. !: == 2 -srf4n:=-
of Miami. well attended and much enjoyed ., .. "
: 4 i- =
; day afternoon in Cincinnati. w.-"r t / a s a ri =fmtF4it -
Refreshments were served dur-' by those present

ing the evening and an enjoyabletime .I' The musical'numbers and recitations FINED FOR THEFT
was had by all. I were exceedingly well ren- / | \

Those present were: Misses dered by the very young people, BURNHAM, 111.! -Caught milk s i J jJ
Deborah Knowles, Winona Loun- and the program, details of which ing a neighbor's cow, Charles ?75

ders, Gladys Russell, Elizabeth were published in yesterday's issue West of this city was fined for . .. B % .. .JE:""" ""
Ro.sam, Helen Remsen, Evelyn of The Citizen, was successfully ':,,: ""- ;t ".r..r; J
theft. : .-.... .......,
Niles Lois Know lea, Anna Tuttle, carried out. .t.
Dorothyhal, Elizabeth Russell,I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING -:'

Izett Dementt Mesdames A. G. Garden Club To WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. i ,
Lucignani and Walter Lowe. I PHONE 152-M. dec20
Messrs. Ernest: Perez, Benjamin Hold Meeting ,.,c" "

Adams, Archie Roberts: Alfred, Most Coughs .. j
Lucignani, John Pritchard, Mer- There will be a meeting held
Demand CreomulsionDon't
ville Rusam, Orion Lounders and tomorrow morning at 9:45 by the
Walter Lowe.Church I Key West Garden Club at the let them pet a strangle
Woman's Clubhouse on Division hold. Fight them quickly. Creo-
; mulsion! combines! 7. helps_in onePowerful I t! '
street, at which time plans will be :
Choir Puts +j but harmless. Pleasantto -
further discussed concerning'the 4 jr
take. No narcotics. Your own
On Entertainment !' Flower Show scheduled to take druggist is authorized to refund

.I place on February 15th. your money on the spot if your
The choir of the First M. E.' All members of the Club are cough or cold is not relieved by

Church, South, of Key West last urged to attend this meeting. Creomulsion. (adv.)
night gave a surprise party at the ,
home of the pastor for Miss Hospitality ,Unit MONROE THEATER

Mary Elizabeth: Grillion, whose ,
,To Meet ? rH .
Tonight .1 r': h a"lpli.) U erkel intra
marriage, )o Joseph Sawyer will) , 'hEI r .
) '
.' ,
t r /! a. ; lIn TW.r \' '
take place on January 22nd. I I J
Present ,were the immediate: ,'. iThe iKey West 'r.,Hospitality ":" Bru e-Conrid! Na5el \ !O'h; ., iJl 2 V.....L'.BO
F )
families of Miss Cnllitm and ,Drrl' League will'niCet'toniKKt'at'TtJfOat it![ij' S ORNERleVOixhe.$ 7 .. : .. _
: l tlcvJ;; >!- '
the'PubBd Libr\ryJfor'thelpnrc .t : .
Sawyer, the choir, and Rev and ; J
Mrs.. ,pose of appointing' 'a' committ l :IS-20e: ; Night! '152ScSPEND ,C [ Ill. ) :
George Summers. ,
( rtti j i handlo I de ail '' BirtfcVtAy .rF':0'
; of the 10
.. EC'ON
Refreshments were -erred and 1 IWITHVPOWER\ f O.lM. 1I 1\
Miss Grillion was presented; witha I i Ball! to''T>e: 'held here1"''in hon'o'r' : of :: \\ \I\I'".,.till r .. I f r.1
handsome President 'Franklii D. Roosevelt I ; : : :- _' .._ *-'LII !. fE" '
cut glass fruit bowl.
the latter part of this month.As Zoy -

previously proceeds of this .
Junior Club To affair will be turned over to the YOUR -
Warm years ago, Ford set a new stand- G for passengers and baggage It is distinguished
Meet Springs Georgia Founda- THREE
On Friday I tion Fund for infantile paralysis CATION performance for the low-priced ,. inside and out-with luxurious

I!! sufferers, and the Ball itself is : automobile with the Ford V-8 engine. upholstery and instrument panelbeautifulIn
Another delightful l social meet
expected to be brilliant and successful. the Ford V-8 this
ing of the Junior Woman's Club'I new you get proved streamlining:

is being planned for Friday after-I' ; I FLORIDA V-8 engine-and, in addition, new features Everything needed for safety is included

noon at 5 o'clock. Division street. Mrs.\ Homer Herrick that give you a car that meets ef/erl1935 -welded all-steel body low center of

The affair will be held in the' and Miss Florence Sawyer / iOigourHEALTHIII" 1 driving need. gravity, strong axle construction. In addition !
:Key West Woman's Clubhouse on will be hostesses. A single ride will show you how 'com* ,Ford provides large, sure-traction tires

--- -- -- -- // ..,\\\ pletely the new Ford V-8 does this. LFUlL-FlOATlNG SPRING-BASE] and safety glass all around at no extra cost.

Wherever you sit in this new car-at the ,t- Whatever you want in a car-comfort-
CUBA SAILS WITH COUNTY :Notebotetiesprrngse/tfontteFerJ V-9a replaced ot beyond
BOARD wheel I or in the rear-you will enjoy 1 "!ront :the front and rear axles and ten eely,. ctuAion tit INJ.)4U.ey, speed, power, size, style I dependability .

seat riding comfort. They provide a long sprhtgbase for riding ease and retain economy-the Ford V-8 for 1935
101 PASSENGERS, MEETS TONIGHTSecond It required a major! engineering development 'the 112-incb wbeeU>ase for lanJUng eate. Bolt front and it to you in full measure. Be sure to
ire cradled t6. .n. .
nor teats behfee* spring*-enabling
i the Full-floating Springbase with see it at nearest Ford dealer's.
0 passengers to ride in the Co ri//ortZoee. your .
: I Y Comfort Zone Seating-to accomplish this.
TANK SHIP BENJAMIN BREWS- regular meeting of the .
board of county commissionerswill But the new Ford V-8-all the way throughis

TER ARRIVES IN PORT be held this evening 8 o'clockin I a car, of major developments.. There may be certain qualities in an -' '

YESTERDAY the clerk's office of the county GLARE IS The new clutth enables you to start and ,automobile for which you would willingly The Comfort Engineered ,

court house. EVERYWHEREGlare I I .shift gears with hardly noticeable foot? prespay a great deal of money. Consider what ,

There are no important matters and eyestrain are almost sure. The mechanical brakes, likewise, are '-. they are ... Then see how you get them
i it is said, to come before the
Steamship Cuba, of the P. and I| meeting. Regular check of thei synonymous. Blare is new in design-easier to apply,yet stronger, in the 1935 Ford V-8. 1
O. S. S. company, sailed yosteday i everywhere is all too common. The is wider with
i i depository accounts is the only longer-lived surer-holding. car longer, more room
afternoon for Havana with 96 matter scheduled. You can's stop people from
i ..
first class passengers five second I overworking their eyes or
class passengers: one automobile -II I[ go of oil for the railroad tanks, straining them under bad lighting H95 AND Isy tern s I1nwtp Uhnltill
three tons of freight and 215 discharged and was to sail this conditions. UP Credit 0., the hlHriz'

sacks of maiL j afternoon.BumsteadsWormSynip. However you can protect I I '., P. O.B.Detroit Ford Finance Plan FOR 135
afternoon I them from the evils ,
Ferry Palma arrived in the of this >: j"
yesterday from Cuba with 1 abuse. How With Soft-Lite .". : .
one car of tomatoes, 94 sacks of Lenses: : '

mail baggage pnd 24 miscel-Ii . TREVOR & MORRIS Inc
T rhOdrwt q anrr* .T aerrr. Wfcr DR. J. A. VALDES
laneous. IhwHtww BI* 'ell...... JT Nfr.YAJlrAlLM. ,
'. IVpl.(. MarrllT sad rMrmt ...
Tanker Benjamin Brewster of .f "A TOSIS. ft _MatM fall a- Orthofoa Soft-Lit Lic a.e. .
the Standard Oil company ar- hoed br .l:.iy. .'ae. A int.koctl.M. .. ..trryrYefeK 532 DHVA Street I "Oldest Continuous Ford Dealer in the World" i' ,.: .

rived in port yesterday with a car- I.e. C A. ".. . X. JO- nu..D.--.



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