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 17, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00406
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Associated' Press Day Wire : Key West, Florida has the

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

Best Interests of Key West range of only' 14' Fahrenheit i




Rivers And Harbors Committee I DELEGATION OF I BALLOTSAREiNOW- POURING I BACK IN Wilcox Urges Legislation In CongressFor


Losing Prestige In Congress WILL VISIT HERE,! 300,000 ballots have_been'-have-begun- to seek crystallization,. Designation Of Key West StationAs

i mailed to students in more than a direction.In .
I hundred leading colleges in Amer.. '
-- .- England the.. League of Na-
I. APPROXIMATELY FIFTY ACCOMPANIED ica as the nation-wide college tions Union is household Winter Base For Submarine Fleet
Capitol's Most Famous :MALONE :GIVES Peace Poll was launched by The
BY THEIR Literary Digest and the Association -,I on five questions designed to

of College Editors. One Canadian crystallize the anti-war feeling into - .
Receives -
,:, College Queen's in Ontario -1 action. The ballots go to all I

Hard Blow From "New CITY NEXT TUESDAY .I was included as a test case and I CHARGE AGAINST 1 CUBAN POLITICALemeLES Representative Of This
I I men women over eighteen.
in of American
SESSION TODAYMAKES the poll colleges.

I 1. The five questions asked on the]1 "The anti-war sentiment ih the II CHARLES CARING BUZZING District Makes Recommendation -

Deal" ContingentBy Nearly half hundred advertis- poll ballot are: j! United States has made most 1

1 Do believe that the headway in schools and colleges; In Resolu-
REPORT ON TRIP TO ing managers of railroads thrOUgh-I -ed States you could stay out unit-I. it is a part of the growing evi-. WAS WITHDRAWN OVER NEW PLANSCLAIMED

HERBERT PLUMMER j MIAMI WHERE; HE ATTEND.. out the United States, other war? Ia I dence that the American; college I Ii tion IntroducedTrue

(llr A._Ulrd Pr*..) them with their wives will be ( ) If the borders of the 1: generation has begun to think!
WASHINGTON, Jan 17_ ED MEETING OF COMMITTEEOFONEHUNDRED I more and speak more about cur-i 1
West next Tuesday.
guests in Key United States were invaded CASE CAME UP IN CRIMINAL CABINET READY TO
rent social End economic trends
Rumor arouad the capital have it On that day the American Association would lOU bear here and in the world at large. I I COURT TODAY; RETURNEDI RESIGN IN MOVEMENT;I to his promise made
of Railway Advertising arms in defense of your]I I j
that the "new deal" has all hut country? "Everywhere, press and public I while here on his visit some-
Agents making a tour of Florida, I I TO KEY WEST RECENTLY STARTED TO HARMONIZE
| are becoming aware of the fact
delivered the knockout blow to I (b) Would you bear arms ; time to make efforts to
At the regular Rotary Club annual convention, ago
as part of their for the United States in that some sort of conscious movement -i j AFTER LONG ABSENCEIn MATTERS

one of capitol hil '* most famousistitutlonstke4 luncheon held today Bill Malone ,will spend their time in Key Wost.I the invasion of the bor- is under way in American obtain certain much needed

Doua. committee gave an ,interesting .talk ,on his This railway group and'Women ders of another country j! colleges. The Literary* Digest in legislation for..' Key West
,of chcd- ? I cooperation with the Association: | court this morningthe ''flillft"lal teThe ''CUI...)
members the party are<
on rivers and,harbor*., recent trip to Miami where, in : 2-Do:you believe that a national of College Editors, is attempting,! 'I I HA VAN A,.Jan. 17...:.-roliti'cal J 1 Congressman' J. ''Mark Wilcox -
uled to arrive at Key Weston the through the nation-wide .College*' -case off the State of Florida, .
Recommendationof ,the I Presi. company,with others -from Key policy of an American navy and circles started. buzzing here yesterday ," 'recently"' introduced a
I Steamship Cuba I from Tampa, air force second to none is a, Peace Poll ,to determine the ,
dent lor lcgiditon based,on..the t Westp. he attended, a meeting. of about 8:30 o'clock! the'moruingi sound method of insuring us' rection of that movement as itj dered nol prossed and. all charges members'of: >the'cabinet 'of Trcsi- resolution'in: : Congress desig-

report of.the I national, resource .the 'Committee of One.: Hundred.". After arrival.the(members of the against being drawn into an: fits in with the world-wide move-] dent Carlos Mendieta are prepared: nating the United States
other ? ment to wipe out war." withdrawn. to 'submit their resignations to
organization will hold a businessiCbsion !great war j 1
board, embracing plan for Mayor Malone stated that at The student Naval Base West
com at Casa Marina while women 3-Do you advocate government Daily Illini. news- It was shown that while in the chief executive in a plan tc at Key as

preventive imprOTcment of the this meeting Julius F. Stone, Jr., members of the will be control armament and munitions .' paper of the University of Illinois. partnership with P. Ross Roberts bring harmony among the a winter base for sub-
Florida Relief Administrator, party industries? 'j i explains the purpose of the Peace lent factions.The turllu"j
nation' waterway system be Poll the alleged shortage occurred and marines.
hotel. :
entertained at the
gave an interesting one-hour talkon 4-In alinement with out historic I, two members I
detoured far around the jurisdiction Florida relief, covering the Following the business meet procedure in drafting "The survey is not being con-1 f for this reason there was a question destined to remain in the cabinet, The preamble points out that
manpowjcr'in !
ing a luncheon'will be held in the time of would advocate ., ducted to secure expert opinion I as to whether there was any are Secretary of Treasury Manuel
of that committee.As various activities in the entire rpacious dining room of the hotel the principle war. of universal you on world affairs. It is being madeto embezzlement. Despaigne and Secretary of us-I the naval station is adequately

a matter of fact, for several i state, after which he talked for, to be followed by a sightseeingtrip conscription: of all resources of determine! whether students Mr. Roberts, in letters to Coun- tice Raul de Cardenas, both un- provided with docking facilities,

years the committee has been fifteen minutes over the radio on I around Key West before the capital and labor in order to1.i primary think and what they of the do think .The is to ty Solicitor Aquilino Lopez, Jr., affiliated politically.The i machine shops and living quartersfor

"Key West's rehabilitation work party entrains for Miami. control all profits in time of purpose survey others including Secretary
little more than a nominal agency and Sheriff K. 0. Thompson ex-
I Arrangements for transport'nJ.: I I war? I I stimulate student opinion on a of State Cosme de la Torriente officers and men and was developed
of the house. It's been five yearsor I program. the delegation from the dock to 'I subject of real consideration to | pressed his desire to have the
meeting I 5-Should the United States enter -, i were assured to be willing to stepaside at an expense of several
since has Guests present at the the hotel and from the hotel on day charges against his former partner !
mere enacted
I the League of Nations? |I : in order that President Men-
million dollars.It .
Rev. E. Summers and then back I II I
today were George the sightseeing trip I
I withdrawn and the dis-
a rivers and harbors bill. 'I "College newspapers have case dicta may have a free hand in rearranging
Time was when congress with ;1. I). Trevor; Lieu'I I to the station are being made by launched an editorial drive to insure -. OFFICIAL OF OILCOMPANY i missed. Thiswas so ordered. his administrative family is also set out in the preamble .

thought it hadn't done its duty tenant Frederick, U. S. A., with i Robert the transportation Spottswood committee chairman of of large and representative re-:I Samuel Kelly, colored, was tried; to the liking of the "united :' that the base is ideally

during a session if it failed to Bill Rates and W. B. McAtee of I the Key West Hospitality League. turns. College editors have thrash! :! HERE I! this morning on a charge of assault front of revolutionary parlies"i situated and constructed for a
pass a rivers and harbors bill. A i .ed out both sides of '- and other sectors outside of the
every question and The tie-
the Texas Oil Company, who was m J. T. VanCampen advertising battery. jury, submarine base, particularly in
check-up for the past 128 years included on the.ballot. Faculty -:! government.
rpite Kelly's pleas of innocence, .
with Chas. Taylor. I manager of the East Coast from the winter months.
fails to reveal another instance members and undergraduate]! I Nothing official was said regarding -,
decided from the evidence he was
where so long a time has elapsed Eddie Strunk president of the St.tour Augustine of the state, is in and charge details of the of leaders have expressed opinions in''I W. B. McAtee. chief clerk of I guilty as charged and rendered a the plans but the hint was I Virtually Abandoned

without a river or harbor bill or organization presided; i articles and interviews in the drive the Texas Oil company, with head verdict. this effect. dropped in the palace by enough: I "Although in very recent years

navigation measure of some kind A number of songs were rendered I the visit to Key him through West were Peter arranged to stimulate discussion on the poll.: quarters in Tampa, is in Key Weston I Judge J. Vining Harris. sentenced authentic sources to'make it the" the United States".expended the

(except during the civil{ war) get. by "This is an effort to learn the' a business visit with the Porter subject of conversation,, .. .' Jfoitner-con ...
which brought the meetingto Kchutt. of the_Casa .Marina ,,_ j the defendant to pay a fine sum of $160,000
manager: ::
tin 1utentof-theeent1ment! in Afneri-,Dock'' company bear representative : Well-informed'quarters predict-
r th1ouicongress. a cIese.t "itf"co"njunc ioit i with the publicity -j I I i 'I! of $25 and costs or spend four attraction of a sea wall at saidbase
"To Circumvent Criticism I | can colleges against jingoism.! of the Texas organization.While i cd that the matter would be taken
} of the Key West months at hard labor in the county -I
Members 'of the committee department I I against war zs an inrtrument of in the city Mr. McAtee I up and probably acted upon before:: to make it more available' as

headed by Mansfield of Texas, DR. HART LEAVES '. Administration. diplomacy against flrogant naI -. will be the !guest of Charles Taylor jail > the end of the week. Names ol ; a submarine base, it has been virtually -
I Delegates to come to Key West Three cases are set for hearingat
have no intention of surrendering j! I I tionalism. Long groping! wandering manager of the Porter comi possible candidates for cabinet t abandoned as a naval base
I 28 of the leading rail the session of court tomorrow
without a struggle. They admit II I FOR NEW STATION roads represent of the United States and as I 1!| warring "peace movements"j j i i pany. morning. Eugenia Lopez, colored fully posts guarded.were reported to be care- and only a small force of carptakers -
cause hopeless I
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advertising and publicity men they -- -- -- charged with imputing a want of in addition to radio opera-
Only the name of Porfirio Fj1In.
to i 1-------
are prepared fight."Regardless
can do a great deal for Key West! I f chastity; Victor Laurie assault The "
maintained there
of merit," I ca was mentioned repeatedly. | tors is now
says it is believed. and battery and Edwin Carey
Mansfield "large expenditures WENT OVER HIGHWAY THIS TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1I former member of the original It is shown that during |he
like offense.
made without specific authoriza. [ I charged with a I "junta of five" which governed winter months the submarines of
JULIAN AWARDED Cuba before Grau, was t
of congress naturally will invite I the United States Navy if
I of Dr. Miguel
TWELVE ARRIVE a successor j I
public criticism. Why provoke MRS. HARTDr. Temperature Florida: Generally fair tonight resigned stationed Key West could

such criticism when congresscan TRIP MIAMI!I Highest ...........__......_..__78 and Friday; colder i in interior. of, mayor! Marjsno of Havana.Gomez operate and engage in maneuvers
easily avoid it passing ur.J JO I I
so by Lowest ..................................._GG I I ABOARD PLANE Franca prominent retired banker and practice during every day if
upon these measures before expenditures R. W. Hart chief 1\\, 3II desired, and because of the sub-
Mean ......._._..._._. 72 \ with his notable dislike for
are made? j U. S. I'. II. S.. who was in chargeof I Normal Mean 69 ':c, 'J I@J was said to be "just: the:! tropical climate at Key West said
All of which is just another I ,
the Marine Hospital in Key I Rainfall of needed to round.out'| submarines and their Personnelwould
r1 type" man
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way of saying that regardless of West and retired I : !I11'' FOUR PASSENGERS BOOKED the climatic
I was recently j WITH KEY WEST Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. ; a satisfactory Mendieta govern | not encounter
the national resources board's from active service, left with Mrs.\ I r'\ hazards existing in more northerly
i Normal Precipitation .05 Ins. i TO LEAVE ON RETURN ment. 1 I
recommendations or what not, he' Hart over the highway this morning ELECTRIC COMPANYAs iI .IbU rrrwrd r.irr" : -...r period I Jp,; Meanwhile. it was learned that sections.
;jtelieves, his committee should en route to San Diego Cali I ending lit H o'elark; IhU ...r>Uc. '\ 'tE1. TRIP TODAY outside!! Because of its strategic location
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have the right to pass on the fornia. II I Tomorrow's Altdanac 0., ,. \". I of the palace were being anticipated i at the entrance to the Gulf

tion before any money is '.ques'I'I Before leaving Mrs.\ Hart re-I a reward for his outstanding Sun rises ___ 7:14 a. m. ','J&;. .J. I by political and governmental. of Mexico the base at Key West

The committee on rivers marked she hoped to 1,8 back sales achievements during the Sun sets ................. ._ 6:02 p. m. .,,!f/ .I :1'iere.were 12 passengers ar. '.I leaders: :presumably! ..i inconnection'should be constantly maintained
harbors has authorized time in the near future and meet' l past year W. Earl Julian 'salesman -I.[ Moon rises ._......._... 5:20 p. m. ". ,.. I.''i1 riving,j>n ,the7{plane from Miami,'with the tentative reorganization f andoperated a'a naval base.

and studies by: the army corps of the:many fri, '!nds'shemakle. : Jn Key, I.for the Key West Electric! Moon: sets w_.........-- 6:31: a. m. Partly Cloudy' >.. .f.I:thizjmorpingaeveraI; of1. whom, program.. I .Copy -of Resolution
engineers :"which,ihava' netted' '",. West '"' ; "r S company, local ','dealers' for General Tomorrows Title i\\f'\ QJ Key,Wt": 'en1wbo left to at-'i''i \ 'Following is the :'resolution;
: Worth tonight
vast fund;ol.pettinffit.-ll ta., Miss; Ruth daughter of'_"Dr. "amiMrs. !! 1 Electric Refrigerators, Itantes .. A.M. I'.l\I.\ extreme portion and.Iten i'! >thqi, meeting of theCommittee.o ;; -I I'"Eesojyed by the Senate; andILous
Over Billion Spent lIar to.N and Dishwashers has been'award- in.north. portion Friday. ., !' toNEBUItbING' ) of the
.has jetvrnejO. v \[ of Representatives
: t Hundred heIdjn:1lflj'arA
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High .................. 9:43 9:00 ; ;
Mansfield estin1l1.teslhat the York whestudies }"{11 iniluK!,edan :expense-paid trip to'' Miamt.1\ Jacksonville to Florida Straits:] i Tuesday.! ,night. .) .u;, i" i il j (United States :m> .Congress as-
I Low _, .j;. ::........ 3:27 2:22
data accumulated by the engineers at tiJ b'i b Jr! I,Headquarters will be at the Ml-' Barometer'' at.8 a. in., today: Moderate southwest shifting to,l ..,Thefult. 'passenger list :shows',; PPTjIJEP$ ),''gambled-: ,that the naval base at

of the war department in' 'response .' (11 ml TMfJ9(1CUBRINCS:1Nl ,:,ami-Biltmore Hotel and the trig Sea level, ,3010. : northwest winds- 'oT r.'n' 'rth portion -1' the names-of' Emily Price'', Betty I:Key West, in the state of Florida,
to surveys: and investigations ) : ;will last for three days.'I. I 1 !Maloney Bernie C. Papy. Jesse: I' I shall be, and is hereby. designatcJ

initiated by his committee t In all, 400 salesmen from all l Lowest Highest( and gentle variable winds I, H. Jay, J. L. Lester M.\ E. Gil- MOST OF PERMITS CALL FOR as a submarine base at which so
in surveys!! carried in river and : sections' of the country will take over south portion and generally; fond, Adrian Dornbush Luther many of the submarines attachedto

harbor bills and in resolutions! of. 86 the trip. At Jacksonville, Florida. StationLast Night Yesterday fair weather tonight and Friday. Schull Marjorie Schull, William GENERAL REPAIRS TO the United States Navy with
PASSENGERS Abilene ._......_.. 52 78 I 'I
the committee on rivers and har., I tho salesmen will board a special Atlanta ............ 58 66 East Gulf: Gentle southeast V. Albury Dr. Harry C. Galcy. RESIDENCESThere necessary! personnel as may be

hors would cost approximately -- I I train for the run to Miami. Whileat I Boston ...........,.. 16 26 and south winds becoming northor Edna Ramsey. accommodated thereat, and which
$12.000.000 to reproduce.All i :Miami they will be treated to the I i not be assigned to duty in
Booked for return 4
Steamship Cuba of the P. and: I Buffalo ............ 18 38 northeast over north portion.I| trip may
of this information, he a round of entertainment including -II o'clock this afternoon are $lrs. were nine building and the Pacific Ocean for the time be.
returned Charleston 54 70
O. S. S. ,
says, is available for immediate Company yes I" golf swimming, dog races! Joe Pearlman Luther Schull I repair permits issued during the Mng shall be stationed for the
from Havana with 67 fin. | Chicao ............ 26 46 ,
consideration if the committee is terday horse races, trips in dirigibles and WCATHCIl CONDITIONS I larjorie; Schull Edna Ramsey. I past week from the office of period beginning on November 15:;
class and nine second; (Denver .............. 28 42
given authority. passengers other sports' such as deep sea fishing Building Inspector Harry Baker. of each and ending on April
class for Key West eight first: !Detroit ..........._. 26 40
A merry scrap in congress: ap-; .i i surf board riding, and the Galveston _ 66 The western disturbance moved Issues were for: I 115 i of the succeeding year.
and two second class for Tampa.At 72 I
pears to be in the offing. Througha like. ( Havana ...' 66 northeastward with increased intensity ; KIDDIE CABARET General repairs to home at, "The Secretary of the Navy is
6:30 o'clock the ship sailed j -
: I Each leading salesmen are I --- Watson street. Owner, A.i authorized and directed to
period of more than 100 years for with 16 year I Huron _.....__ -4 22 being central this morn 1105 hereby
Uncle Sam has expended approximately ( Tampa passengersand I: given some such reward. In past Jacksonville 56 76i I ing over the Lake region. Sault I HERE SATURDAY I S. Caviness; cost, 250. make such repairs to existing
freight. there have been to small building in yard at and machinery at said
one and threequarterbillion years trips Ste. Marie. Mich., 29.12 inches. It Erect structures
I i Kansas City ...._ 28 66 ,
dollars for this type of Steamship Oradell, of the Stand. !I i Catalina Islands Cuba, Bermuda,I KEY WEST _: __ 66 78''| has caused snow from the upper I Ij I -- I I 711 Southard street.. Owner, B.' naval base and to install such additional '

work. i ard Fruit and Steamship Company and Cleveland, for the'e! men who Mississippi Valley ei. "ward to the1 t I L. Higgs; cost, $30. 1, machinery as nyay| Jel{
Little Rock 50 72
is due from New TO BE STAGED BY RECREA.
tomorrow '
are known as General Electric I : middle Atlantic States and General repairs to floors at necessary to enable. .eauf naval\
Dock Los Angeles 48 58 ; |I
to the Porter
consigned '
Toppers. Louisville ._... 38 46 winds in the Lake region. Rain I TION DEPT. OF KEY WEST 528 United street. Owner, A. base to be occupied and operated

VISITORS COME I company.The will take fuel oil This is the second year Mr. Miami\ ...__ .70 76 i and snow has occurred in the Pacific -], Aguero; cost, $75. t as\afculmarine/ $ : base ,as;< provided
ship on Julian has achieved this honor it. States except southern California ADMINISTRATIONA Repairs to floors and windows.!,in Jseclion il of resolution.
Minneapolis __ 0 20 :
: and proceed to Frontera Mexico. is shown. I at 1207 Duval street. Owner. .J. "There is hereby authorized to
BACK THIS YEAR and the far northwest
Steamer Alama, of the Clyde-, New Orleans .... .68 76 over )
R. Valdes cost $75, be appropriated such sums as may
during the last 24 hours in ;
New York .._ 26 34
is due in Sunday -
I Mallory! Lines from New port York,' LARGE SHARKS Pensacola -._....: 64 68 tion with a disturbance conn'c-I "Kiddie Cabaret" will)) be New roof at Duval and Front be necessary to carry the" : provn
morning I ington. and there has staged> under the supervision of street Owner, First National, sons of this resolution.
_._ 54
Pittsburgh 32 .
Allan bound and New Orleans.U.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. of to Tampa I '
referred to
which St. Louis _._ 32 66 rain from Tennessee and Kentucky the recreation department of the Bank; cost, $75. The resolution was
Minneapolis Minn.. are visitors S. Destroyer Schenck LANDED HEREMembers roof at 907 Elizabeth the committee on naval affairs
j' eastward over Virginia and North Key West Administration Saturday (Repairs to
Salt Lake .. 30 38
again this i ill Key West. :Mr. i was moored at Pier B, naval rta- : City
year Joseph I ordered printed.
morning, 11 o'clock street. Owner and was
5-1 Carolina. Temperatures have risen beginning at ,
San Francisco 46
and Mrs. Allan were here last win 1 tion for several days, sailed yesterday G'I
j Or- 1 Seattle __ 30 38 in most sections east of the ; it was announced this morning. "Cook; cost, 40. I. '
ter and liked the climate and enjoyed I afternoon for New FEATURING
58 78 Mississippi River, with readings 25 'The show will take place in Bay- General repairs to roof and WE
the fishing so much that :: leans. of a yachting party Tampa -'-'- I f Elizabeth street. 12 new Bedroom Suites, prices
I 28 34 degrees above normal in the upper view Park. porch at 320
for another I berthed at the William Curry'sSons Washington '
they decided to return I I had time Williston _.-12 8 Ohio Valley, and have fallen in the :, Contestants have been selected I Owner, Mrs. Rosie Roberts; cost I range from 60.00 to 11400.
visit a great :
this company j J
winter.Mr selection of the newest .
SPECIALFriday I Six of northern Rocky Mountain and, from children who attend the playground $150. r
and Mrs. John McKenzie of and SaturdayORANGE catching sharks last night. WEATHER FORECAST Plains States and Mississippi Val- ,. it was said. Only children] New Roof at 617 Fleming design at bargain prices. FREE

California uho also' exceedingly LAYER CAKE II the largest seen in the harbor in ley, with temperatures below zero under the age of 12 will partici! street. Owner. First National National I WITH EACH SUITE sold during

enjoyed their visit to Key West many years were taken. Bank cost $90. this, sale a beautiful, Rayon. silk
Orange icing and flavor, the !
I Montana eastward ?
over -
l 35 Till 8 m.. Friday)
last winter, have returned for an- C The largest was nine feet long ( p. pate..No I .
special' at .*. _.. West and Vicinity Partly Dakotas. admission will be charged' .RepaIrs to floors In buildingon bedspread.
'' from Key :
other this They especially while the others averaged STORE .
stay season. II Owner A. l FURNITURE
Maloney and PeacockI and Friday G. S. KENNEDY.Official and an enjoyable program has] Greene street LNG'S .
tonight gentle
crowd cloudy I '
enjoyed the fine fishing seven to 8 1-2 feet. Quite a IT.}t
found in these waters. i I I 812 Fleming St. Phone 818 J gathered to view the catch. variable winds.. in Charge. been arranged it was declared. .;Wolkowsky; cost' $250. ,'_'lt.IJU; : -, -.f.; jan .



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m i just the same as a dog or 3J cat is sometimes I.......e..sCiee..: -
i1Clr t9t ii .r; VIIIIIII'II :
George Trunk' :
f n. engrossed and does not pay attention Washington Reveals Today's Birthdays'

Published Dally E*<*pt Sunday JJjrTIMS to its master's calling but ordinarilythe Ot1C' :
CITI/KV PUllLISHING CO. INC.I He Was ................... .... >
I*. A11TMA PrrcldrBt.From fish will heed the sound., One of First,Distillers in U. S. Cora W. Stewart of Morehead "iPie.

The Citizen Bnlldlnff Among the fish with the keenest hear- NEW YORK (Special).- Ky., founder of the Moonlight ... be prompt !. Mna.

Corner. Greene and Ann Streets ing in local waters, is the porpoise. Along J George Washington, first Pica! Schools director of the National the carrier woo delivers "yo.r *;'e
dent of the United States was a
Only fanyO..p&J.n In Kt-y West and llonroe the edge of the Gulf Stream we have seen f distiller of importance In his Illiteracy Crusade! born in Rowan i paper. He pays Tie C2tise i
County. time, in addition to being a patriot Co., Ky.: 60 years ago. 15 .week th .
cents Tor ,
porpoises, 100 feet or more away, instantly soldier and statesman! of rr+ a paper t I
Entered at Kry \V>..I. Florida as *econ about and shoot in the distinction according to data I JOB
opposite *= Alvan Macauley of Detroit, I
F.....f\-'UTII"' H1t Just found bere.Scattered / \ rnife of the Packard Motor cent Hi profit for cI.l ftf'-'
direction because they heard a gar- entries on yellowedand president!
Mrmb .( tae A..4M-UU* I'r... crumbling documents recently and president! of the Automobile I ins is S cents weekly on ..eI.
fish skipping over the surface with only
The AI3.t..1 Press la xrlunivly entitled to user I found in kn old trunk acquired 3SgPSiff Manufacturers Association bornat subscriber. If I.. U met paid
rcpLbtrattonof.alt news diftpatcbes credited I. of its tail touching the water. ..
tip from William Lanier Washing Wheeling. ,,,e. Va., 63 years
I. ... Not Tke Ctis..
it or nut otherwiseredll<- her . The is another fish with ton who died recently at his \
the loral news published gray snapper f\ / ago.
home in West port,. Conn., and . j **mrt yf -. JM. .
LIt111PT10it4TE9! keen hearing. We have seen them in who was a family descendant .lII'III i iI
tine Year _'_n_ . ___ '_' .._ __...._.-J1004ttr disclose that President Washington j '. -r Dr. Robert M. Hutdiin! president 1. :
Months"-,._j-t;:,,_v__,_,,:,__,_,.: ,-.j 7.*- 6.0' shallow water turn their heads, 20 or 30 made large quantities of Jy of Chicago .I I
lore 1onths..ala.... .. 2.&, rye .jN 4 of the University
Mar Manth ...._....*...4AIIVKIITI3ISU---_-.-._-.*-.->-- .*' feet away, when a pilchard or a sardine whiskey on his Mt. Vernon estate born in Brooklyn N. Y., 36 .
''ferrety I ..._.___._ t-::_. ... ..__.-"':"'" .n In Virginia and sold muchof I
struck the surface. it on the market. e da. ,,,, years ago.Carl
Had known fin application._IIATUH! Were fish deaf, we would be a race Henry Woodhouse, presidentof f II TYPEWRITING
the Historic Arts Association Laemmle. president! of
,..'.:1.1"I. MlTltK of deaf people, i if the theory of evolutionists and recognized as one of the 2; Universal Pictures born in Germany
AU reading nottrea. cards of thanks resolutions elrrrpect. i
rbltuary notice; etc. will be charge fur at regarding primal life is true, for they are leading' living authorities onGeorge 68 years ago. .PAPER
lie rate of :. cents a line. Washington, acquired the xf y11 H .
Notices for entertainments' by church from Whlck agreed that life on this globe began in the tfunk and its valuable papers, N Zf ., 1I
I retenuo Is to Le derived are 5. cents a line. and made public their interesting Glenn L. Martin of !
The citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus. sea, and they show the structural sameness data. Including inventory entriesof manufacturer Baltimorf'.1 I
Hull of Iultlc issues and subjects: of local or general airplane
itt-reM but It will not publish anonymous communl. between even the lowly mud pus&erand barrel staves and manufactured 's'-7 celebrated Martin bomber born 75cPackage
Jill..!... whiskey in stock] account ; .
--- --. man. book entries of expenditures for p GI ,' in Iowa 49 years ago.
If doubt the of what distilling and receipts from the 11 '
ASK THE MUD PUSSER you ability we of 500 Sheet
sale of whiskey.On Edgar Rickard of New York,
locally call the mud pusser (mud minnow) '
Mt. Vernon Estate mining engineer born in France. I

Bob Newhall raconteur and sports; to hear, walk toward the shore, when the The records show Mr. Wood- 61 years ago. 1 GOOD QUALITY BOND

commentator, remarked the other night tide i is coming in, and watch a school of house made public that the .Je'I I
Dogue Farm a portion of the Mt.
David George, Britain's.
over the radio that he had been asked if them, though they are headed away from Vernon estate owned by George Lloyd .born I I
Prime Minister of war days,
fish could hear and admitted that it wasa the direction you are coming, dart awayon productive.Washington, Washington's was somewhat over-un 72 years ago. THE -

question he: cpoltl r:uot'SnaweTrrieflmtely your-approach. i j' .J. seer, a Scotchman named Anderson I - .. -
*S" **"* tw J Ask/the mud P user, winch;' evolutionists Earl Admiral >f irissCitizen
Almost 1y.l I>vey S WesteiH'coiild 1 .,have the idea of utilizing this acre- Admiral of the',Fleet In
Newhahshat tail ?ttia( ; declare, gave us our arn'ts analogs, i if age for the growing of rye to be / English I
told Mr. fisl> : made into whiskey.A _: war. days.,- born_ 64 years'ago.
their hearing, K jfis 1i errashatjof[animals "fish,can;;-hear, and' he will answer' em-:"'. distillation formula was. II _Bldff.P.HONE.51.
: :
\ $ nhatical1 es.:" l ::0 ... worked out. work was begun __ ,More than )half a million ,'sadiflel
that live earttui' :
on (j i V 1. !1 ,' t t. / :r -' "I1'Iiat I and so originated the famous Mt.
:*e) { .,. l horses, ,,area, :maintained In- this I
tfiW5T-vf- .;:'. ----J> '- "J'.11 Vernon rye whiskey which holds : **
While water does not cgnduct sound '
President Roosevelt i is< him- high favor with drinkers until Above: Henry Tvoodhon. president of Historic' Arts Association! ' country for horseback riding,
as rapidly as the air does--sound travels proving this day. The records show that ev&mines old trunk and documents showing that George Washington which is gaining in popularity. 1

ail water self a great leader-and Howe. Washington stored large quanti- operated a rj'c whiskey distillery at Mt.Vernon. Reproduced behind I ........
second through
1,080 a yet ,
ties of his whiskey In his own Mr. Woodbouse is a ledger pace showing entries charged to George
short distances magnifies sound cellars and distributed quanti- Washington's account.in .
ties his friends.In .
circumstance that Ls peculiar to itself in 'Quake Felt in Cuba.-Headline. 'addition he sold quantitiesof later years "Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Whiskey. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1

that regard. Political or physical? Probably both. that whiskey on the market. whiskey." as It was called was Available records show that
The records further show that to win high place on counter and after the death of President
Dive to a depth of six or eight feet. George Washington attached an table in England Scotland and Washington his distillery was .* at the close .f business! December 31, 1934, f
"nekked" which importance to his rye whiskey Ireland and was to be Immortal- continued Mt. Vernon until Comptroller'* Call
or 16 or 18 feet, for that matter, and let The manner some dibtilling that Indicated a foresight ized in a letter from Charles about 1841 and that a few years RESOURCESLoans

somebody clap his hand on the sur- girls dress saves: hardworking dad a heap of the part that was to be Dickens to Washington Irving later the distillation of Mt. Ver- t
and Investments _, $ 305639.43
played by the product among dated July 5. 1856. in which the non whiskey was transferred to ?
face, the sound that comes down to you o money. American manufactured whis- writer referred to a "flowery Baltimore where It has since Overdrafts ?.._, .._._ 71.61
kies. Julep" that was fashioned with been continued:: Banking House, Furnitureand
resembles a heavy thunder crash. I Fixtures -_-.__ 33082.33
in West forty-odd Judge Trammell ruled that Miami is Bonds of States and Possessions a
Boys Key years is ..........e..tae... ........................ of the United
ago, when there was an abbattoir in the legally dry. Miami undoubtedly legally States __._ 139370.68

Garrison Bight off what is now Bayview dry but physically as wet as a fish.A KEY WEST IN Today'sAnniversaries Today's oscope.e.ee..aaas.as.tet Other Bonds and Securities r 74,204.03 I
Stock of the Federal Reserve -
Park, were appreciably alive to the thun- DAYS GONE BY Bank ___ 6000.00 ,
A rugged, natural life is this.!! Federal Deposit
derlike denotation of clapping the hand on community without a good news- Temporary -
Happenings Here Just 10 Years e..e.e..e..e.e.aee. It will prefer the isolation of a Insurance fund 1954.01
the surface of the water. paper is dead ; a community that will not Ago Today As Taken From United. States Govern-
170fl Benjamin Franklin, hermit with the opportunity to
give reasonable support to a islikewise The Files Of The CitizenT. ment Obligations! direct -
In those days everything inside a cow, newspaper statesman, author, patriot, diplo- Ftudy or meditate. There i is a certain and fully guar-

except ,the, heart, the liver and the tripe, ; deceased. mat, scientist inventor, philoso- unevenness of temper that anteed __._._.832744.73

was thrown overboard from the abbattoirand Jenkins Curry, of Key West pher and printer-publisher bornin will try the patience of friends Cash and due from Banks, 495168.97_ 1.37.913.70. .. '" ,
and Key Largo, rays that while Boston. Died in Philadelphia, except those who can see beneaththe
floated out of the bight and what The Sarasota Herald aptly suggeststhat 1,888,235..7!
there is a great deal of activityon April 17, 1790. crusty exterior. There is i misfortune t
was then the Union Bank-Trunxbo was if the Mikado wanted pictures of the Key Largo due to the Butler perhaps!, in travel. LIABILITIES
Capital ...... ...._.. $ 100.000.00
1771 Charles Brockden .r.-
built over part of and out of the remainderof St. Petersburg water front, he should have Development, there is a great de-I Brown Surplus and Undivided Profits ,_____-=- 55.007..2
novelist, the first American to Postmasters! throughout the Uni
mand for land. Of in some
contacted the Chamber of course Circulation 100,00o.OfDeposits
the bank- where scores of sharks at Commerce.The .
instances there have been increases -I make literature his principal profession ted State will cash the interest _____ ---.- -.-. -.__ 1.G33.228.3TI
times fed on the offal. in values and this of f born in Philadelphia. bearing coupons of Federal rarm

Boys went to the bank in skiffs' or new potato Is 80 per cent water, course says Mr. Curry is due to 1! Died there, Feb.' 22, 1810. I Mortgage Corporation. J I 1888235.79

dingheys and as sharks passed by, from 10 so is the human body. Al Smith called to the many thousands of dollars 1796 Thaddeus Fairbanks .... -- ...-
which have been expended in development -
to 50 or 75 feet away, the boys clapped Roosevelt, before he became president, and improvement projects Vermont inventor of the platform 1111111.lIIIIIIII /: 1.61II &irt

their hands on the surface to experience "hello old potato." How much water an but in the main the prices scales born at Brimfield
I Mass. Died<< at St. Johnsbury, Vt.,
what was to them the fun of seeing the old' potato contains is not known to the are no higher than is compatiblewith April 12, 188C.
those asked other
in sections -
sharks cut through the water like runaway writer. and in fact much lower than I JANUARY

hydroplanes. 1 in fOme. 1800-Caleb Gushing Massachusetts ; .
jurist congressman and
In those days also local professional There are always reactions to over- diplomat, numbered among ourgreatest '

fishermen--some of them still do it-beat taxed social activities, and it may be presumed Two colored boys were arrested statesman!! born at Salisbury !-!
by Andrew Lopez U. S. marshal -
on the stern of their boat with a club to that as a result there are some ach- yesterday and given preliminary Mass. Died near there,
Jan. 2, 1879.
drum up fish. I ing heads after celebrating a social event. hearings on charges of 1 PAINT SPECIALS

In a pool behind the Miramar, a Perhaps, many a heart too, Ls aching after stealing brass from a subchaer in 1822-George Fuller noted
the naval station.' The older boys. painter, born at Deerfield Mass.
social; club, facing the Boulevard, are fish the ball. ,
.t 16. was placed under bond of $50 Died March 21, 188g.1824Hayward .

that DftC',,only'hbut, ac( irdin -lto their / I .. for nqxtsession;, ; ,of United States ,

ownerr-Raul Va frcy alstf know their Court. The younger boy, but A. Harvey,4inventor' \ .., SHERWIN METROP.OLITAN ): .'
t ,
Who said Congress 1minbt 'mproviSg? WILLIAMS, ,
eight{;''years old, was :Released in of the process for treating ; rALMJR,: ; FLAT'' ;''; '
names. : : ., i On the first day of the 73rd Congress cnstsodyiof his mother. armor plate, born 'at .Jamestotvn,, Oh' e COMMONWEALTH " ORI'dLOSS

N. Y. Died at Orange, K. J., Aii : ..: :' '' .1 VHITcPAINT) : _."" ., '.Til")1'il i
Mr.\ Vasquez.de.' lAres!thaI, vllrl 1\ hq .8pr.1 hillsiwere: introduced. while on the ,.,., -:-- < 28, 1893. 'Ig. ._ FLAT' ,,,_. _; WHITE ,J.-.U.d'fll'' : '/ 11'J b Il'f'o/i"' 1

goes out to feed. e fish...,he cjilj&pachibxits l rtJdtt3Y: > o[ the:' .h th rlH re on lY. Lawrence Russell was, placed '1 PAINT: f., ; ::' K, 1 GallonCans'UK:, '' :.

name and each comes to the pdgo, of, 2400. Do sn't tfat! S. provc' tha f bongte< underlbond ot.$1, .500 today on a 1829! -Mrs. Catherine Booth,j jt ..: ; : ' ': :: ; ':: 11')50,
; > 'J. .
,; ; dUlrgS1lluiging) ,4tr.i* understood -,t pnglish: ">lgther,of. the Salvation In 1 Gallon' Cant!!!, : {T* -|: C\f\ at .:- .. u..i.. ,. ,, "
the pool to he fed! it is called. jLcti.e vill'te ., as improving rather than that it is le iWt 4hls' case \ tried ii' /it () '
Army, "'ife of its founder, aIre- per, gallon ...-.-... ,3)JL) a t/\/ .
As to the fishes responding to their : ? before the next term of Federal I markable woman bornDied Ih l Gallon'Cans,2'01 ,

names The Citizen does not know definitely Court in Miami. Oct. 4, 1890. In 5 Gallon Cans, 80c. I

$ 1 75 at .._........._......;...._...... ,
but it does know, as thousands of visi- Shrdlu" looks like a tongue-twister All material for the construction -I I860-Anton P. Chekhov famed per gallon ..---- '

tors will verify, they come to a certain ami it is, but you should see the speed of the La Concha Hotel has Russian author, born. Died ..

. point at the edge of the pool when theyare with which even an apprentice linotype treen shipped from different pointsin July 2, 1904. I
states and will arrive in I
called for food. operator composes that word. So if it is short time. the game easy and winning by a .
Key West a :
score of 49 to 22. Fans are again I
If Mr. Newhall} doubts that statement, true that "Shrdlu" is the monicker of the Just when the material will arrive how ZILO
wondering to form a team I
. let him come to Key West and go out to new foreign minister of finance of Jugo- has not been said but as Carl which will be'capable of wresting j I I

the Miramar and and hear for him- the Aubuchon is making arrangementsfor the laurels from the Benedicts. I'

see slavia linotypers will consider it 1
A Sherwin Williams that has become
it to be hauled from the F. E. I II I product very ,:

pelf\ and if he doesn't see and hear for him- "pie." C. railway station it is expected Paul Albury-, our local: Jawn I popular in Key West, and elsewhere due to the fact that "

self convincingly The Citizen hereby of- to be here in a short time. MJ-{ I McGraw has selected his
I players it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead
fers to pay his expenses to and from Key At this particular time extreme cau- Aubuchon and G. II. Bond, vice I for a game of baseball in the bar-
president and general manager of and Zinc Paint known. A 25th can of this_ product together -
racks will have
West. tion should be taken to avoid colds, which the G. Lloyd Preacher company ofAtlanta I next Sunday with linseed oil to thin makes paint cost for '
them on the ground at the appointed your: .. .
In "Key West In Transition: ," pub may develop into more serious com plica- left last night for Atlan hour. Paul's ability to managea !I pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about,. ;fi ; '

lished by the Key West Administration. tions.-Key West Citizen. We didn't suppose ta. team was criticised come time ,;
I $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get compares wit lt prer' :f
this interesting item is noted: you'd ever heard of "colds.P.E. ago and now he is ready to demonstrate -I .. ' '
Mayor Frank' 'I. Ladd last !! that his critics are wrong pared paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.: :''.; .
"Raul Vasrjuez has won fame_ with B. in Tampa Tribune. We have read night at a meeting of city council and he can manage a winning

tamed trained fish, and his pond is. in the about them in the papers. Nevertheless, I submitted his veto of the recent team.C. I I

rear of the Club :Miramar\ on Roosevelt an ounce of prevention is still worth a ordinance passed by the council '-- .. .. . .r.lt.t
I granting the Key West Electric C. Symonette N. C., announces IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS-IS 60'Watt
Boulevard. Haul actually can call some of I pound of cure.Brisbane company permission to operate a that the memorial services Jo ftl.T

the fish to him stroke them much as you I temporary bus line in this city. of the Knights of the Golden '

The mayor wrote a message! accompanying Eagle will be held Sunday afternoon I
woulda, cat, and feed them from his generally quotes from the 2 for 15c' I'II
his veto in which it is I in the hall of the, order.
hand. original in his column, but last Friday'scolumn shown that he was of the opinion Those having floral offerings for

We suggest to Mr. Newhall that the he had the English translationfrom that the Key West Electric com-(1; the cemetery are requested to .

next time he visits an aquarium that he Goethe: "Money lost, somethinglost pany had a right to operate the have them ready to hand i to the
bus lines, if it so felt disposed committee not later than 1 o'clock.
tap on the plate glass of a tank with his ; honor lost, much lost; courage lost, without any permission being j II n I Iil

fingers and observe the fish, whose tails everything I lost." Last summer at his granted by the council. And" still the tourists continueto thonfracling&EngCP6e ..

are toward him turn their heads to the I beautiful home of "Allaire", Mr. Brisbane come lp the city. The train I
Once again the Married Men's this morning brought more than il e S98 Wtteftri .Elia5inell
point from which the sound came. i quoted to this writer the selection in 'the quintet of basketball F .
experts 200 and this number added to the '
Of course, not all the fish will turn original German: "Geld verloren, Etwas showered defeat upon the Mys- approximately 175 arriving last "Y ow home is worthy of the best" ,

their heads because their "minds" may be I verloren; Ehre verloren, Viel verloren; terious Five. And again the winners night, makes an appreciable increase .

centered on something that engrosses them ,Muth verloren Alles! verloren/* demonstrated their superiority to the large number .of .I..I'II..I'liI..I'I.
over their opponents by, taking' tourists already here. s.. ., ..



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I I. James Corseth ,cook on an
B VICTOR BRIDGES SPORTS COLUMN Australian coastwise steamer

was thrown overboard by the crew

...........A.*.*........ because they didn't like his cook-
1'YOP.lU: 1t'et'Aold' rrmcft.Jtrry being tbe only sound that broke the West high School will play

Uordanttt.' Holly. O'Bfie Hence. From somewhere close by FOR SALE Homestead High School in a basketball ing.
andIrnmy t'ot oc arrived at
}laml>n toOrfo't
.* a /ormJa A FINE TONED three
burnIng leaves.I quarters tomorrow evening at 8:30 !!
worth' ",t41Hon.. vtkfch amen : .I>r. Charles F. Pabst, of Brooklyn -
netted John ,Ofbont stoletom advanced to the gate and leaning sized violin, 717 Simonton'street I*: o'clock. This is the second outs -
Otbom boa b_ murdered, .. [I : that clothes and other
Holly. says
and t&c formula stolen fain.Jerry over tbe top bar took a leisurely "- ---- - I jan6-3t''I I of-town team to play here this sea I i

.. poMp to esanta. O.bometreriT 'a surrey of Mr. Gowlland's property.On inflammable materials soaked ia a
**.., and Sick tiptct toqectNon BUSY BEES WIN CIRCLING
closer inspection I noticed tbat CAULIFLOWER \
tae family citk eho t O.- t RENT all-star girls' team will plaj! rotation of two pounds! of ammonium
term bearded Hotly has r.vuti ed be whole place bad a certain air ofeglect.
aboard tkt boat lettk Jimmy. The From several of the roofs the High Schoolarity at 7:30 phosphate and two quartsof
'rtftoUott Peter Orloff. vfco also IN GAME WITH FINE LARGE FURNISHED apart- o'clock.
.rata the formula, may else be 't 0 the thatch was hanging down In raged I II By OSCAR PITA i iI' ( ment. Every water will become fireproof.
room just paint
the .rtf Jk&orftootf. ; patches while the window of I Walter Williams, a real fighting by tangling with the Atlanta mavine -t{ ed. Living room, dining --
-. -. I' I I room,I 1,
; ... 3e'7HE I the big barn which had apparentlybeen LOPEZ OUTFIT scrapper! who came into town the j i kitchen, bedroom and bath. :',
Chapter broken for time still
some t
waited disconsolately for a fresh other day, has I signed on the I -- Year's lease, $30.00 per month. I j jI r
GOWLLANDS'TE {{ dotted line to- meet Young Cas- I
l>:25 Whitehead
pane of glass; 1* seemed to offer a A bout which may put life into 1 I street I rI
\ advanced alone the roughly silent but eloquent comment upon DIAMONDBALL CONTEST AT s''itellano I in one of Nebo's all-star the fight game: is the match that jan7-3t !I
bouts. Pie Traynor. who at I' I
crarelltd track till we arrived what I had Already observed of the PARK LAST I\rGHT WAS INTERESTING : was will bring together John McHoe '

4t the gate which led into the factory owner's habits and disposition. AND, EXCITING;j I first scheduled to meet the fight- of Miami and Joe Torres of Tam- ROOMS AND APARTMENTS,i
butcher his wishes
I was looking about and taking in SCORE. 3 10 2 ing expressed pa. Tampa has the reputation of 1013 Southard street. ,
crounds. where Jerry prodtced I rto I be excused for this time and I
these various details when I heard turning out first class dec22-1mox
his keys. The lock opened without he sound of approcblng footsteps. I r Matchmaker Nebo released the I{i the fightersand 1
Magic City has
boy no ue!
the smallest difficulty and whistling The next moment a woman appeared In an interesting and exciting boxing ball player without hesita- for SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.
round the corner of one of the out- game the Busy Bees defeated 1! tion. Tampa so this is All modern 1
to George, who had drifted off on a conveniences.
11 what is to
going make the bout
houses. She was walking slowly the Lopez Funeral Home ten by] I
tour of Inspection he stepped Bathing and fishing at your You'll
pretty rough, to nothing about
through into the enclosure with a heavy bucket in either hand a 3 to 2 score in the! diamondball|I Little is known of the Williams say back door. Frank Johnson, 1 'IPI P put your
"Good hunting!" was his parting and on seeing me she came to a sad- game played at., Bayview Park I!I lad but according to newspaper t:! recent argument scrap which the pair took had place in in a Colonial Hotel Building personal OK on

observation, "and don't get too den stop last night. 1I 1 t j| publicity he is a go-getter. In i a Miami ring that the judges called jan7-tf I
fresh with Mrs. Gowlland! for it could scarcely Gates for the Busy Bees and Castellano
Mrs. Gowlland. From he will find an awkward this whiskey after
what I saw of her husband, I should be anyone else was so utterly unlike Lunn for the Embalmers pitched I boxer, who is hard to get in.,la I draw. i FOR RENT-Two-story furnished ]]I TovNTAh 4
what 1 had expected that I was I I r I
think he was a nasty handful. god ball.I The former hurled the to; one who is calm and knows Young Fernandez will meet home three bedrooms, two I Straight you've tried

Left to myself. 1 continued mytray almost astonishment.betrayed Into an exclamationof first four frames without allow- I when to make a clip count. Both I Young Franks in another eight- i baths. Apply 817 Fleming I Rya .kry

along the outside of the fence, In the first place she'was unquestionably ing: a. hit or a run. !I being of the aggressive type the rounder. Young Farnet, an old street. janlO-12tx I your first bottle.
which extended in a complete circle com- With two down in the fifth in- match should produce a great
beautiful Even the to meet available featherweight
all round; 8.1 Q"' lda Aithe rear inS teriing doubled to left,! vs FURNISHED APARTMENT, 5 :
mon print gown that she was wearing strap. boxer in the city in an extra -
was anothtrrgaSeiilio'! to ed and failed to conceal the ,perfectly lo11owed by Ingraham single to I It'fl bout Rooms and Bath, Laundry,Tubs. I

locked. moulded lines of her figure,while a %scoring: Stetlintl.then Kerr I John Nebo, who has put in allot J Garage and Telephone.. 514: '

road From trailed tbji away,a neglected inland,and looking follow* great mass of black hair, twisted doubled'to iett;;;'and Ingraham [ of his own time In preparingthe : The promoters hare been trying -1 Margaret. jan2 S t L

lag it for perrhapabsndred and into a rough knot at the,back of her scored. vThi ?Erbtie'thehitless; portable ring, making the to get in touch with Charles COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1.p

fifty yards farriffed' r at the entrance head, gave her something' of the appearance fpell.casl: overjthej-j t ajsrfii Homers matches and other preparatory I II ; Lunn for some time with-no avail.!I MODERN\ 825 a ,

to a narrow lane wtlch: branched off of a startled: ,Ipsy.ut .' -for four-and( .two-thirds' jnJiings. -1 ,little things in order to have every- It is desirable that Mr. Lunn gets Duval Street HOME-Apply I
!it her face that chiefly I jan12-tf
was .
to the left lu tile direction of the thing in readiness for the first I in touch with John Nebo in order I 1 ;
farm. fascinated me. Never in my life had The Honeymen got their first ,, boxing card to be staged this winter that his services as announcer for MISCELLANEOUSCASH IS 11

There was a stile here, leading I eeen a face and on which the marks of safety in the initial frame. Ar-''|I at the High School Gym Monday I the event can 'be had. If unable I
rcgedy unhappiness were fco
Into the adjoining field, and seating deeply< stamped. With Its large mando Acevedo doubled to left. night, recently took a much to reach the promoters of the PAID for used furniture.

myself OB the top} rail, I filled a pipe haunted eyes staring out from under; The other three hits by Brantley's I I needed vacation. Nebo will meet i fights, Mr. Lunn may see the] 1013 Southard street. PENN-MARYCAND CORPORATION. A DI-MUM ./ National Outulcrttrttm

and meditated for a little while on their dark lasbes it reminded me ota boys were obtained off Lunn in Jimmy the Teror in one of the liter. jan7-lmox Offc110 18,.. ..... New York Gtr

the problem that confronted m!. picture of Francesca by some unknown the fifth inning, made by M Ace-! bouts and having fought this guy I

What would be the best way of Italian which I had once vedo. Gopher and Roberts, coupled once before in a Miami ring,

dealing with Mrs. Gowlland. if I come across in a Florence gallery. with three bases on balls which realizes that he must be in razor- CI'III.lIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIII.I.lIIIIIIRELIABLE

were lucky enough to catcb her gave the Bees two runs. I edge shape in order to stand un-

alone It would be easy to pen the a second or two I stood mo A play by play account of the der the heavy barrage of wild'

conversation by asking for some FOR .! ; then collecting my wits game follows: I swinging blows with which the
milk, but to switch from that subject

I pushed open the gate First Inning Terror greets his man in the first
to the private affairs of the late i "I hope I'm not trespassing" I BUSY BEE-Lucilo flied out to two rounds. Jimmy, says Nebo, is,

Mr. Osborno was a diplomatic feat I said. "I'm off the little yacht which I center. Albury flied out to center. true to his name FIRMSWho

which seemed likely to Involve con- came in this morning, and I won A. Acevedo doubled to left. M. I
diiIlcultleLHow dered w bether vcu could let me have I Acevedo hit a line drive over
Emory school
was I to account for my milk. Blackwell a high
some I short Baker making a sensational i boy who started his
knowledge of the dead man's visit She put down her two palls and fighting ca
to Hambridge: ? No mention of tills slowly towards catch. reer just six months ago, may not

had been made daring the trial and came"We don't sell it as me.a rule." she I No runs, one hit, no errors. I go through with his bout with Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction S
LOPEZ Machin struck out.
since she must certainly be Duke Warren. Blackwell
aware said, "but I could spare you a pint has just
of that fact, her natural conclusion It that would be enough." Baker flied out to second. Cate.1 been assigned to a pretty hard

would be that I bad derived: my Information Her voice was low and deep witha popped out to catcher. job somewhere on the upperkeysand '......sebeSeeeeeeeSs.ee.eeeeeeeleeeeeeeeeeeelee.t.e' .......................eeee..aees.see.e..e

either from Sir William kind of faint huskiness that I No runs, no hits no errors. he claims he may not be able DELICIOUS

Avon or through some private chau- found rather attractive. Second Inning i to get in the proper shape. However ( 9 PLANTS, FLOWERS, : BET H E L.' S SWEET CLOVER
ael of my on. BUSY BEE-: Carbonell flied. PASTRIES ,
"A pint will be plenty I assured' i in the event that Blatkwell VINES I CAKES and "
I should be forced to put forwardone .ber. out to short Gopher flied out to I is unable to meet the Duke Nebo' ,, SERVICE STATION ; CONDENSED MILK

of these explanations and the She crossed over to an open dooron fecond. Castro out, short to first, has a prospect in sight that AUTO SERVICE
question was which of the two side of the and II may Cocoanut Plants, each IBeHibiscus e
the opposite yard No runs no hits, no errors. make the going much tougher for S aASK FOR IT AT YOUR
seemed thot most promising. She attar brief Interval reappeared I CARS WASHED
a LOPEZ-Hernandez out short- Plants each l6c.2Sc NEIGHBORHOOD
Warren. The Duke former STORE
a t:
had already been closely Questioned with the jug. I searched in my field to first McCarthy was safeat sv' CARS POLISHED
mar\pe, who has been making! his) Bougainvillea: Red or Pur- '
by Avon's representative who had and found coins. GOOD GULF GASOLINE
apparently come empty-hand- second when Albury overthrew j i home in Key West for a year or k pie ._.........,?_ 50e to $1.60 J vt ; Same quality and weight I as N
away I "Thank you very much I said. to first. Sterling hit foul behind TOP SERVICE other higher
priced condensed
ed. and any further catechism from i"suppose I'm right In thinking that stands at first Carbonell going i so, is said to be a smart boxer I Poinsettia Plants SOc to $1.00 *, BATTERY SERVICE milk.

the ,lame quarter might only resultIn I'm talking to Mrs. Gowlland one Mho knows his business and e
Crotons eachr, 2Se '
over to catch the ball and threwto ..: T- GULF SERVICE WITH A .
arousing her resentment She gave an almost imperceptible one who can hand! his mitts in a blSTRlBUTED BY-
third to put out McCarthy, completing Turks Cap, each 25e SMILE!
On the other hand If I were to start "Yes. she said slowly. "I am professional wa)'. He once issueda t

peso boldly as a friend and confidant Mrs. Gowlland. But how do you come a double play. challenge to meet either John Roses, dozen ,_ S1.ZO : Our Ready-to-Serre Cakes.: 0 S TRUJILLO BROTHERS ,

of Oshorne. I rhould be running a to know my name?" No run, no hits, one error Nebo or Willie Jackson but neither :and Pastries are "alway* freak! *
risk. her oplntni For evil I decided to take Third Inning GIVE US A TRIAL WHOLESALE GROCERY'k J*
big& Quite conceivably good or responded and nothing more was South Florida Nursery e
: of him might coincide wltb my the plunge. BUSY BEE-Higgs struck out. I heard concerning the !subject ; Maloney & Peacock Cor. Fleming and Grinnell Sti. :

own. and in that case any small "There's no mystery about It.I Roberts out shortfield to first. popular scrapper will be on hand Phone 597 CatberiM. St. : PHONE 818 : PHONE 91 DiTuion and Thomas Street

t chance I had of winning her con answered. "I am an old friend of Gates out, third to first. I Chances arc that Nebo will end up .... e. ee.e. .e."......... e.ea.1 .e. e 1i....................... .
fidence would be irretrievably lost someone you used to know-John No runs no hits, no errors. .. .-...eeeeeeel*
It thorny question and sborne." LOPEZ safe
was a -Ingraham was on
center. Machin flied out to righ PLUMBING HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
after brooding over it carefully. I The effect upon her was extraor- a bad peg to first by Albury.
Baker singled to right. Cates hit Jewli.". 2 lb.. 35e 5 ; NSURANCESALTED :
came to the conclusion that I had dinary. A look of utter panic flashed Kerr forced Ingraham at second,
to Castro. who threw to !second.! Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ibi. 35e
better postpone: my choice until I Into her dark eyes and with a terrified third to second. Lunn struck out. :
Baker ran into Lucilo, knockinghim Yellowtail on Bone, 2 H... 25c.
of I movement she round ta:
discovered what sort woman glanced
had to deal with. over her shoulder Sweeting flied out to Castro.. down but he got up in time Grouper 2 Ibt. ______ 25e ; DURO PUMPS ; Office: 319 Duval Street :

She mlgbt prove a sournaturedold "Don't be frightened contin- No runs, no hits one error.Fourth to throw Sweeting out at the Snapper, 2 Ibi. ?_____ 25c S : J

crone who would bang tbe door ued, "it's perfectly all right I only Innning plate. Mutton Fl.1j, 2 'lb.. 25cl PLUMBING SUPPLIES .

iu my face or she might be a simple want to have a little chat with you BUSY BEE-Lucilo out third No runs two hits, no errors. MULLET ROELarge 'o. TELEPHONE'NO.,I, :

and garrnlous soul quite ready for a about him., You see .'.i r' ,.. / to first Alburyjfliedout i jto'lcen- Seventh Inning I
:1 PHONE 348, : : '
but to i .
'tint 1 der. A. Ace'yedo shptf Select Oysters
now tiling rve ,
friendly gossip. ,any :, (
first \\ft BUSY ,BEE-Castro out, fly to I : : : Try Your Meal At
One supposltkn Just as probable nothing to tell you"he put her CAPT. TOM'S PRODUCTSKingfuh S ,--rHE-
as the other and the only thing hand on my arm arM almost I thrust' No run!, no hits, no er ocf., thirds ,Higgs out, short to firstRoberts '
flied out to second.No : ,ki : : Dtlmomco
to do wben )>the.moment) arrived me towards the gate. "Yon must go; LOPEZ-MachJn; hit a ,foul, Mackerel 1 PORTER-ALLEN- Resiawrtml

would be,",to adopt?,whatever tactics you must go away at once. My husband which was taken by third baseman runs no 'hits, no errors. FREE PROMPT,DELIVERY : JUlIN C. PARK : :"BadweUcr n..rJ .... )lilt
Hernandez shortto -
struck me fs beingilhe, most suitable. doesn't! likestrangers/coBring! Baker and ,Cates flied out. out. S , ., .
on to the farm. He;;would t>e,very to left '- first. McCarthy popped out to ,LOWE'.FISH COMPANY 1 COMPANY : Six C.nre Die er., *.*.*.. )A

HAVING reached this decision Ii angry if he found me talking to 10!." No runs, no hits, no errors. pitcher. Sterling struck out. PHONE 151 :: 328 SIMONTON ST. : ; >......-_. S6e;. tali, airti aye m
from the stile and re Her voile scarcely rose above a: Fifth Inning Na runs no hits, no errors. .. .
lighting my pipe which bad: gone out whisper, but there was an agony of BUSY BEE-M. Acevedo singled Eighth Inning "............................................. .r........................... .- ...................
In the course of my reflections set entreaty in it that no words can eOn- to left. Carbonell out by BUSY BEE-Gates out, secondto m Our Reputation b Wrapi .

off along the lane.It vey. For an instant however I still rule; bunted on third strike! which first Lucilo and Albury out, AARON McCONNELL ;J IT WILL SURPRISE YOU : Attention Housewives!
was really little more than a hesitated. to fljs to center. ped ;in very package: S36 Fleming. Street
rolled foul Gopher singled
mere cart-track:, leading from all "Very well." I said soothingly, I right M. Acevedo going to third. No runs!!, no hits, no errors. !i :To see the PRETTY GIFTS' : It:

appearance, only to the farm. On "only if Mr. Gowlland: Is so unreasonable Castro walked and bases now full. LOPEZ-Ingraham flied out to ofPRINTING : : and NOVELTIES at : We are now offering 3
both sides a low hedge shut it off wouldn't it be possible for
second. Kerr singled to center. L. :
M. Acevedo caught off third I
from the neighboring fields while you to meet me somewhere else?" was Lunn fanned. Sweeting flied out THOMPSON'S FREE grades of
the surface was so deeply rutted With a loud crash the door of the, catcher to third Higgs walked w.teh ,
that In wet rather traffic must have big barn was suddenly flung open, and bases again are full. Roberts to Castro. Ooct'r ; MUSEUM AMERICAN COFFEE

been almost Impossible. and the gentleman I was speaking I singled to center Gopher and No runs one toil no errors. DONE BY US : 1R \ 324 Margaret Street ; .

I trudged along steadily for about about stumbled out Into the yard. 1 Castro scoring. Gates walked and Ninth Inning : :Things that your friends will

half a mile and: then,turning a sharp To Judge from his appearance he once more bases are full. Lucilo i BUSY BEE-A. Acevedo cut. t, -THE- i WATCHMAKER JEWELEK :appreciate Come in and .; mat-
corner. I fcanl myself suddenly con bad evidently been enjoying a midday : out third to first. I Sweeting to St ding. M. Acevedoand them. sec
fronted by a wooden gate. Beyond nap. Coatless, hatless, his gris- Two runs three hits!, no error*!. Cajbonel) flied out to Baker. ARTMAN AND ENGRAVER : : 25c, 20c and 15c lb.

this lay a large: straggling farmyard zled hair all over the place he stood i LOPEZ-Hernandez out. shortto No runs no hits, no errors. PRESS See Hun For Your Next Work J Your next Lobster Crab Dinner : ,

flanked: on eithr band by thatched blinking at me savagely out of hiaj first. McCarthy popped out to LOPEZ-Machin out. Castro to : ALL PRICES REDUCED will be much more delicious! :

outbuildings.An bloodshot eyes. 1 I pitcher. Sterling doubled to left. Carbonell. Baker flied out to Citizen BId. :if it is baked and served in our STAR COFFEE MILLS

old ben with a family of young (Copyright ')'' Pen Publishing Ca.V Ingraham singled, scoring Sterling. short' and Cates to right. ?.,?, to 12-, to f Giant Scallop or Heart Sea .
: 512 Greene St. Phone 256
chicks was scratching about busilyIn Kerr doubled to left, scoring ,In- One runs, no hits, no errors. PHONE Si -. Ope. S.l.rJy Nig ata 5 Sh e 1'8' .
Nick Is r $eutd, tomorrow TrOlla I ............ ; .
mad her contented clnckln *.*.1. ..
the : 1 .. .
very ticklish situation. I graham. Lunn out, Castro to Car- Score by innings: .eeee..e..ee.ee.......
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Two Busy Bee 000 021 000-3 4 2 AT THE : -RE
three hits errors.
'..............e.........I I TO WED IN CEMETERY runs Sixth, Inning no Lopez ... 000 020 000-2 6 3 DPRITCHARD : SERVE THE POPULAR

Today In History i I ___ __ BUSY BEE-Albury walked Batteries: Gates and M. Ace T" """ THE KEY WEST DESSERT

I HURON RIVER, Mich.-William and was caught off first base, redo; A. Lunn and Ingraham. [ FUNERAL HOME
| Gutman and Miss Sarah catcher to first A. Acevedo .'alkI Summary: Two base hits: A. you are ee..to.*
1781-Battle of Cow pens, S. C. Barbas admire the woodland, ed and was also caught off first Acevedo Sterling. Kerr; left on sluing home : SUNDAY STAR
I at will fiat : .patJa.tic.
American victory over the J beauty of the cemetery in this I I[, but ran to second safely, first bases: Lopez 4, Busy Bee 5; you Dicait .d. s Ami Noreltiee

city 50 much that they have decided baseman thro"ingld to key- struck out: by Gates 4 (Lunn 2. THE PLAZA a ....1 ..*! en- : CcNrt..y

Briti?*h. \ to be- married in it. stone sack. Ball hit Hernandez's Machin, Sterling), by Lunn 1 Jo.aLIe. ,:p riet.ce.I :jSnkcription $2 Per Year BARBECUES) of all.kind*

-.- legs and bounced away from him. (Higgs) ; bases on balls: eft Lunn : : Deliclom Toasted SaadJdea

1874-Dieu In North Carolina < Subscribe for The Citizen. Acevedo kept on running. Her 5,'off Gates 0; double play: Car- BREAKFAST JKey West Only I Sunday LICENSED' EMBALMER ,

Chang and Eng. aged 62. Siam-f nandez threw home to catch Ace bonell to Albury Castro to Lucilo : COLb> BEER>

ese twins. Born in Siam?became I aeronautics established by. Daniel vedo and threw clean over the to').!. Acevedo; time of game: LUNCHEON, Paper bLelaact Sae.iu

American actors: and citizens,: Guggenheim. grandstand, A. Acevedo scoring. 1:00; umpires: Saunders IDeS I SUPPER J Business Office CitizenBuilding : ROBS ftAMECUE

married sisters. one had ten children -l 19I-Unk-: M. Acevedo out shortfield to Gonzalez LADY ATTENDANT .

the other 9, died within an bandit slays first. Carbonell was safe when Standing of the clubs: PLAZA RESTAURANT : : i WWle at N*-loa Street .

hour of each other, the second 15 Alaska fishermen, one by one. Cates threw wide to first Gopher Club- W. L. Pet
perhaps of fright flied out to Sweeting.: Adams Dairy 1 0 1.00 80S Data Street : PHONE, 51 :r .. 548 Near dlw.P Ctsr s.rvie, V

1933-Singer Sewing Machine One run, no hits three' errors. Busy Bus, i--..2. 1.667
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1926-$2SOfl,000 fuad for 1 Co. in Japan-damaged,by.rioters. LOPEZSweeting.singled' to Lopex Funeral Home-02''' .000 WrIIIIII.lI.l.lIIIII.lI.-"IIIIIIIIIIII.lIIj.



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................................................1 A tax has been levied on all
Society Organize For VISITORS MAKE Helping the President
I SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS radio receivers in Manchuria\ toaid

I in the support of four broad-

:-: SOCIETY :-: President Roosevelt's Birthday LARGE CATCHESOF r-1-w'. I casting stations

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I With the announcement in lano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' By ANN PAGE:
Niiia de Lisa Leslie, Editress FISH HEREPARTY Fish, Birds and Deer Heads
that Rear Admiral due
I Washington Lyman Delano and a niece of the EGGS are somewhat cheaper MountedCECIL

'PHONE 752-J I Cary T. Grayson will head the President, who will be chairwoman slightly increased production. CRAY

.................................................. 1935 committee for the Capital'sBirthday i of the maids of honor at a : Butter the recent too. is high a bit prices less expensive greatly curtailed as- TAXIDERMISTFine
Ball for the President I pageant which will be one of the OF IOWA FOLKS TAK. buying. Meats continue to rise

Benefit Bridge Tea YesterdayAt and with word from New York features of the Birthday Ball at In price particularly pork and hind- Work-Reatonable Price
that the ,entire social register is I the Waldorf. Mrs..George B. St. EN OUT TUESDAY AND YES- > quarter cuts of beef and lamb. Veal 801 FLEMING STREET
u,reasonable and forequarter cuts of
Casa Marina Very Enjoyable being mobilized for a Birthday George, a first cousin ,to the'President iI TEROAVT -ANY' VARIETIES beef and lamb also. Key West,Florida

I Ball in the Wfaldort-Astoria,1 will be ,chairwoman! .of the puddings are attractively priced
-..:--- 1,American society from coast to I II I Patronesses' Committee, for the INCLUDED IN LOTS and fowl roasting and frying chickens I
Successful indeed was the Callam, Mrs. J. L Gordon Mrs.I coast today prepares for one of Waldorf affair, and Frank A. Van- 4 Grapefruit have changed,. navel little oranges in 1. and.

benefit bridge tea held yesterday ,W. F. Perez. Mrs. Charles Taylor,!, the greatest social events in the derlip Jr., has already' greed to '" :..,' apples are the chief fresh fruits available I

afternoon at Casa Marina andponsored Miss 'Dorothy Cleare, :Mrs. Hugh]I nation's history on the occasion of serve as chairman of the floor F. L.:;Loomis -.of Fort Dodge, __ and all are moderately priced. NEVERBEFORE

by the Executive ,Taylor;. Jfrs. James Brady Mrs.,I the President's 53rd birthday anniversary committee. *., Iowa, had the Shrill of his fishing Potatoes cabbage. kale. various within
root vegetables are -
Board of the Parent-Teachers As- Laura Crusoe. Mrs. Allan B.1 Jan. 30. Also actively interested in the experience Tuetfy while out in greens; the reach of modest budgeu.-Cu- ,

xociation. for the Students Aid Cleare, Jr., Mrs. Ralph MSlner,II Proceeds from the dances, which New York ball will be many members company with Mrs. Loomis, and ban grown tomatoes are in the bar- SUCH' t
Fund. j J I Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera Jr., Miss will be held simultaneously in 5-I:I of the National Committee of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gill, of the gain class. different
Here are three menus at
Much of the credit for this success Florence Williams, Miss Alce,' 600 communities throughout the'the 1935 Birthday Ball for the same city. .' price levels made up from seasonable SMOOTH SHAVING BLADEat

is due to Mrs. M. E. Ber- Curry, Miss Norma Yates, Mrs. country, will go toward a nationwide President, which includes a list of While reeling in a yellow jack foods: thIs low price I

kowitz, president of the organization Stephen W. Douglass Mrs. G. W.! war against infantile para nearly one hundred social lead the catch was taken by a large Low Cost Dinner

and Mrs. W. P. Kemp, chair'1 Owen, Mrs. J. E. Shourds, Mrs.: lysis.Names ers. jewfish which gave Mr. Loomisthe Fan-Fried Beef Liver with Onions NOW!

man of the Hospitality Division, Vesey A. Johnson, Mrs. Frederick I of those who have already According to CoL Doherty, pro- greatest battle he has ever had Hashed Potatoes Cole Slaw-

who acted as hostesses. 'I I Ford, Mra. II. S. Dexter, Mrs., assented to serve.on birthday ' ceeds of the 1935 parties will be during years of angling. Eventually s.t&k (.$LJt Bread and Butter PROBAK

Many varieties of gladiolas and Edgar Pangle Mrs. II. N. S.)I ball committees in Washington -!I divided. Seventy cents of every the big fish broke away and or Chocolate Coffee PuddingTea Milk JUNIOR

tropical ferns formed a beautiful Jones, Mrs. Dumont Huddleston,,I New York, and other centers, dollar will go toward rehabilitating disappeared in the depths with itt
Medium Cost Dinner
background for a most enjoyable Mrs. Oliver Haskins, Miss Leota I I make a roll-call of the nation's 1. infantile paralysis victims in Mr. Loomis' hook, line and yellow E5k4 25 blades

afternoon. At the conclusion of Crill ion, Miss Mary Pinder, Mrs. social and intellectual leaders, according the communities raising the funds, jack. Great disappointment for Roast Cauliflower Lamb Browned in Cream Potatoes

the games tea was served on the Raymond S. Erikson, Miss Frances I to Col. Henry L. Doherty' the remaining 30 per cent being Mr, Loomis and friends and Captain Bread and Butter

garden terrace of the hotel, anda Cochran, Mrs. Evelio Cabot, Miss national chairman of the 1935 turned over to the President, who Johnny Lopez, in charge of Cottage Pudding Lemon Sauce

specially arranged musical pro-. Florence Albury Mrs. Hildah R.'I program. will give it to the Birthday Ball the party. Tea or Coffee Milk

gram was presented by Casa Ma- Salis, Mrs. II. S. McClanahan, Miss I Although the complete committee Commission for Infantile Paralysis Despite the disappointment of. Very Special Dinner f It 4 Ibfct VMT toaKr Ftr lit

rina Orchestra under the directionof Mary Louise Rom, Mrs. G. B. Ray,: has not yet been announced in Research, a group whose losing!! the big fish the whole parIty J Cream of Celery Soup

Richard Prindpale. I I Mrs. R. P. Hiner, Mrs. P. Lumley, Washingtpn, it.13 certain that i whose members have been appointed were happy over the other fih : c*0 DuekBng ,
:Mrs. A. C. Callam won the [Mrs.R.!' B.:'IBrithtr'l. 1', 'Mrs\ : D.I,members uwill include i a distiuguished -!' by him. caught, numbering 24tand consisting -[ "Little Tneresa IcGlAJlkjed'cc; Mashed Appl;Sweet>nd;Potatoes Prunex StJffi g' I, PRfcBAK Lj15'

prize for high score in contract Butler, ttfri 'S. W.?' Newlan/'Mrs. : company, \ of statesmen, It is estimated by Col.! Car of black' grouper red I of" BrQokJyn rf.qY..twlia feat a' Tomato Salad. Spinach f

with the :second contract 'prize 'Paul''D''riHertick' Mrs. A. Albert -f'supreme! court justices) and, leaders I Byoir..,director general' of the1935'Brrthday grouper, muttonfish, baracuda. and i ,..rlgbtnw. fj1kelr aeellllvery I Rolls 44atefl

being awarded to Mrs.'Anna: RusselL -! :-1r .-'I.y/.' P.lelnlMrs.LR.;! ; 1 'of"the'social ;set ay-the Capital. ; Ball,, that more yellow jack. , '' I to.PesIddn&5Ropgeyeflj foI- .' Lemon Snow tuItard'' S'auce
A. MazuiixlMrs. Curtis H. Stanton '14 : auto {party lowing his,announcement. that he ";, Coffee .Milk TNRIGU5PAUF.-'i P. & &
Mrs Dumont Huddleston i those at work Yesterday the
(Among already (jthan O000'pers ns. will at- :""would< lend... ia J935., bjr.tbxlayannlYCtsaryl I I oThER RATEN1S l>tMOIMC
won the high score auction'prize, ., Mrs/'James 'Adanis;;'Mrs.; G.'WT :in'New1-York. Margaret De-' tend.: , caught- number of. ..jcingfL'bJmackerel : } toVa ,Jnatton--l.e.
: I
and :Mrs., Florence. Albury the, Reynolds{ "l\M. Jackson Goljldefl''Mrs. 'j It yellow jack, had-a fight 'nartf. '|>nod: $f jrh.iic\ lflo, I I kJJRcAM1iJI I- ;
second. S " ; Everett:Clifton. Mrs.L..' -- ---" with a large shark, and caught a ,toward aiding,'infantile pata1Y.:,. I I ---y .I.J -

Among 'those attending yesterday's .1A. Seaborn, 'Mrs.J1William H. airs.nusWH Lee Gives\ ........................ black grouper weighing 36 pounds. victims all over} the nation. -" BERLIN-Frau Olga Schild.
Col. Henry L. Doherty chair rich of this city caught a burglar
benefit tea White, lire. C. L Reshore, Mrs.
bridge were:
Informal Tea PERSONAL MENTIONT. man of the 1935 Birthday Balls in her home and sat on him whil: Richardson's GroceryFRIDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Thanhauser,; Myron Y. Russell, Mrs. R. T. Roberts NEW ARRIVAL ATKNOWLES' for the President has announcedthat her husband called the police.

Mrs. J. F. Langford Mrs, Ernest' Mrs. Biglow Mrs. J. Yates Porter,Mrs. Melvin L Russell, Mr. and M.rs. Frederick II. Lee yesterday parties in more than 5.000 communities I SPECIALS

Mrs. C. Williams, Mrs. C. II.. Mrs.\ W. C. Duncan: Mrs. Willard afternoon held an informaltea II. Pittman manager of the HOMEMr. throughout'the nation. MONROE
Harris Mrs. M. Albury. Southern Bell Telephone Company will be divided following a suggestion !
Pierce Mrs. W. Hunt ,
at which she entertained a made by the President. Eddie Quillan-Betty ;.Rlnl Safety Matches, 3 pkg .. 25c
Melvin Russell. Mrs. Ralph Boy- Special tea guests were: Mrs. in Key Vest. returned yes-
( small her friends. Seventy per cent will be used GRIDIRON FLASH Crisco Ib __.__ 20c
den, Mrs. John C. Key, Mrs.\ William II. Malone\ Mrs. Harvey group of terday from a brief business visit for the rehabilitation of handU I
1 Guests included Mrs. T.. E.'I to Miami. and Mrs. John A. Knowles Henry Hull-Jane Wyatt Crisco, IJi Ib*. .. 30e
Horace O'Bryant, Mrs. O. S. Long, Eagan and Mrs. Haydn Illingi : capped children within the com ?? t
announce the birth of an eight munity raising the funds GREAT EXPECTATIONS Butter Ib _..__.. 32J.C
Mrs. Lewis Pierce, Mrs. A. C.i worth. Allison, Miss Allison, Mrs. Wal- or ,
pound son 7:30 o'clock yesterday within the nearest Matinee Balcony, lOe Orcbe-
geographicunit : ; 5 Ib 25c 10 Ibs. 49c
Sugar, *
lace Bryant Kirke, Mrs. William ;
Bernard Waite, Jr., who was afternoon in the home at 609 An- of which the community is tra. 15-20c; Night 15-25e
R. Porter, Mrs. Albert Wheeler one of the candidates for assign- u part. The other 30 cent i Kaffa HA.r, Ib _" 49e
"The Johnston, Mirs. Stuart Cramer, gela street. will be turned Bliss Coffee, tb ..._.__ 25c
Call OF Wohelo" Will Be ment to service in one of the C. Mother and boy are reported over to President Ib _.__. 29c
Cuban Coffee,
Roosevelt! to be
by the National
Mrs. Robert T. Mienner, Mrs. Carl- -
I C. C. returned home __
camps _
yes doing nicely. Commission for Infantile Pearl Cream 6 cans ? 39e
At Convent Night ton B. Hurst and Mrs. David terday.Mr. .
Staged Friday PaiayKis Rercarch.: Milk _.._ lOc and lie

Rice.These ARCHER'SGROCERY Tomatoes can __......._.__ Sc
-- teas which Mrs. Lee Easy Pleasant Way ELOPED WITH CHAUFFEUR Toilet Tissue, 6 rolls ,-.. .. 24c
Students of the Junior H;gh' Holmes, A. Garcia, C. Blanco, M. plans to hold on the first and I \ and Mrs. J. A. Nettles, who Corned Beef, can _._ 14e

School of Mary Immaculate will Taylor, II. Pierce. B. McCown, R. third Wednesdays of each month, were visiting briefly in Miami, returned Fat PARIS-Sflle. Cecile Cailan Siam Rice 5 Ibs. _--_ 35c

put on a benefit entertainment Buckley, II. Castillo. and at which she will be at hometo yesterday. Mrs. Nettleswas To Lose of this city jilted a millionaire .'The Store That Serve Potatoes, iq Ib*. ..._....... .. 22c

..__.._........_...33c fi
Friday night, January 18, in St. Malaguena, Ernesto Lecuona- her host of friends in Key i before marriage Mrs. Carola banker and eloped with a chauf. You Be t" Egg, dor.
Cecilia's Hall at the Convent. B. Moreno. West informal Ketchings who was married this 3 Bar Ivory Soap and
delightfully ]
The principal features will bea The Call of Wohelo and intimate are and' much enjoyed I' week in the First Methodist I How would ;;;like to lose 15 feur. JH .J.J TRUTH TO TELL Octagon I Boa Soap Ivory, Urge Flakes, 6 bar 25c 18c

comedy. "The Ghost in the Cast Church. of fat in a month' and at
by those present. The crime rate of Washington,' The Cheapest Foods aren't Octagon Soap *m.H, 11
Boarding School" and a three-act" Ellen Ferris, Guardian of the the same time increase your D. C., was nearly half as high the lowest priced always bars _.__ _- ,- c"e'

drama. "The Call of Wohelo. Camp--R. Carrero. To Hold RehearsalFor Mayor Wm. II. Malone, who I energy and improve your health? again as the average in our other quality counts more since Corn Flake, 3 J>kf*. ..._ 25

This is a play about the Campfire Mrs. Vale, Camp. Mother-A. was in Miami to attend the meet How would you like to lose large cities for 1934. health depends more upon Sani-Fluih, can -.__... 23c
Girls of America an organization Garcia. Fashion Show ing of the Committee of One I your double chin and your too nourishment which is obtained Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans .... 25c
whose headquarters are in New Blue Bird (Owaissa-Blue Bird) prominent abdomen and at the from- -; Riaao 3 pkgs.-_....... 25c

York. President Franklin Delano her young daughter-M. A. Kelly. Models for the Fashion Showto Hundred and heard Administrator I same time make your skin so- "The Call l of Wohelo"To FoODS Syrup 3 can ...--....-.,.... 25c
Julius F. Stone Jr.'s
speech on FRESH AND PURE .
Vinegar 3 bottle ... .... 25e
Roosevelt is the Honorary President Wah-Wah-Taysee (Firefly) An clean and clear that it will compel be presented by ?
be held on January 27th at
i Key West, returned yesterday.Mr. Black Eye Pea, 2 Ib*. 15c
Indian Jirl-M. Bernal. admiration? Junior High School of Conventof ONE STOP SERVICE
Casa Marina will
meet tonight at I I White Bean, 2 lbs ... Uc
Over two thousand girjs} Sylvia (Wayaka-See Beauty) ; 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I i Get on the scales today and see Mary ImmaculateST. Whether .you need Mtats, Black Bean, 2 Ib*. _..-_.. lie

throughout the country have join- a camp 'misfit"-R. Camero. : William H. Malone on Division and Mrs. George Gomez I haw much you weigh-then get"an CECELIA'S, HALL Fish, Turtle, Fruits, Oysters I Lima Bean, 2 Ib*. ..wu" l9e

ed this organization. The play' Amy (Kee-Wee-Rainbow Maid) street for a rehearsal, and for the and baby, who left early in the| 85 cent bottle of Kruschen Salts Friday, January 18, 1935 Vegetables, or Dairy Products, Lux Soap, 6 bar ...,?...___ 35c

presents a summer in the Campfire .. a torch bearer-D. Albury. purpose of selecting gowns and; week for a visit to points on the Kwhich will last you four weeks. Admion! __ 25 Cents F ('all.Ar her's Grocery.We P.lmoliye'So.p, 6 bar _.. 25c

life of these girls. It is very Marian (Disyadi-Moon Maid) a accessories to be exhibited at the east coast, returned yesterday. Take one half teaspoonful in a Lifebuoy Soap, 4 bar 28c
interesting and instructive and a fire maid-C. Bethencourt. I II glass of hot water every morningand BENJAMIN LOPEZ meet all competition with Camay Soap, 6 bar .. 28c
,. .. 65c
OvftUine 35c and
: l low price and high quality n'
Minnehaha Laughing
very enjoyable evening is prom Emily ( when have finished the
Leo B. Warren director of Robert Spottswood, who was in you FUNERAL HOME
ised all who attend. Water) a wood gatherer-A. Rod- contents of this first bottle weigh PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
Social Activities at Casa Marina, Miami for a brief visit, returned Established; 49 Year I Phone 658.R Free DeliveryEatoa
The program follows: riguez. who is arranging the program requests -' yesterday. yourself again. Key We.t' Oldest Phone 67 814 Fleming St. and Elizabeth Street
Chorus, Wh n the Banjo Plays Constance (Gaoh-Spirit of the that all the models selected After that you'll want to walk AmbulanceService I

-Wilson. Wind) a wood gatherer-S. Perez. by the advisory committee, list of j I around and say to your friends- 24-Hour
The Ghost in the Boarding School: Scene-A Summer Camp of the !!S Mrs.! Potter, wife of Charges II. "A quarter pound jar of Krusehen Licensed EmbalmerPhone
whom appeared in this column Nitht 696-W .
Cast Camp Fire Girls. I several days ago, attend this'r'Potter, ticket agent for the Erie Salts is worth one hundred dollars 135 -

Miss Brown, the teacher-E: Setting-A part of the woods I meeting. Railroad in New York who was. of any fat person's money." I

Sawyer. near the camp. 1 visiting for a short time in. Key Leading druggists America over \\\\UII"'IIII/

Saucy Annie-R. Lopez. Act 1-The Mysterious Indian West, left yesterday for Miamien sell Kruschen Salts.-adv.
Practical Elizabeth B. 01e en. !It aid.en.'I tey{ ) Yorkers Arrive II route to New York. SPEND Have you installed your--

Ybarmea. 'S bonn'tt' Drill,.Jisr.' _ '
Timid May-C. : Mere For Winter Paper is now made in more JVACATION
"' : S .:...TKe1"* if*'the' . I. YOUR ...,, L / F' '
Ca- Act12 N ,
Gladys, the new. girlJ. : Capture" ---- ; Risehgent of the Great than 10,000 varieties'. '
Ghpitl& 'Two'wwks lalcf.; ." f l" r Northern Railroad, who was in : \ 1IF.IG ralrElectri; 'S.i 4 I
S Included in' the I
arrivals I
mero.Hannah 10 i jecent n ;
the. darkle. cook -0... Capl&1VttJs.JtL (I.m'llu'ertre-O.: :Key \Vcst.for a business visit, left : _
jn'KeVe werf'iJohn Dorman:II _
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Perez. : v *- H lrcprQ,<;Enta! ve"of .the:,iffew York yesterda. ,, f, on".the. .Steamship Cuba 'PALACE =. :,THIS 'YEARp'; ,:, :ic EJ ( .' I r' .. "LJ1
Remaining Boarding: School fAct'TMcoillVciFrirfI.'TIi{ ,. 'I for Tampa en route to headquarters The rUI : y.. t, '" : rJT:

Pupils: B., Blanco, A. 'Crusoe,. D.LounJers ;fo'llbwW'nTght:1'. :' : : 'Jl>-' '1' *: Mrs Evening D. Lloyd, D. Johnson, Chorus!( SmileV'yWanslb'orough. KAZANLAlso : .
O. Mar- .' :B. Moreno\ accom: .an apartment here and propose:to J '. HEA H!.
B. Moreno, O. Vasquez, ; Two 2ReellCQmedies: ; /
remain during the winter'season.
rero, G. Diamandi 1'. Orta, J.I panist. is W. II. Wallis, azsistan'iuditor iii. "WIIII Refrigerator?
Mr. Dorman. who connected Matinee: '(''lSc. ." 10-20c f'I f'-
for the FERA in Florida ia, istti\\
with the news staff of the Evening -, who ,,, ::,
working on the reassessment ::: t
Journal, paid a call at The) project 1.Jrf'
Very Enjoyable Banquet Given I Citizen office shortly after his} in Key West and Monroe I.I 1 U

I Last Night By Kappa Pi Club City.arrival with, and his expressed visit to the great Island delight ,Tuesday.county Palm Beach left and yesterday will return for West next Only 'y: .. 1' I I

Celebrating their first anniversary Oliver Armayor, Anibal Ar I Lieut. and Mrs. D. F. Henry of U

the Kappa Pi Y Club last mayor. Frank Fernandez, Rene Concert At Convent Mitchel Field, Long Island, N. Y., $ S. ,,,fit ...

night enjoyed a banquet at the Diaz, Rene Alvarez Lawrence Delightful Affair arrived over the highway Thurs '/
Plaza Restaurant on Duval street. Guiterrez, Julio Lopez, Daniel day to spend several months here. 1 !.<..W.iI *

Toastmaster Anibal Jose Medino Marcos Mesa, The concert held last night in Mrs. Henry was formerly Miss I r-
Armayor Lopez, Miriam Curry a niece of Miss Nellie !! 'i 1
St. Cecelia's Hall the
introduced the club's three Nestor Cremata, Evelio Cabot, Bly Curry. Lieut. Henry will HOLDS! ) AIL THIS fOODI
of the Music School of Mary Immaculate -
honorary members. Captain Ralph Diaz, Ishmael Calleja, Jose leave in a few days for Miami '2 qtl.milk .:2PtLC1em J.
here was well attended 1 dot. <. e I Ib. better
'Everett R. Rivas!' Cuban Consul Fraga, Jimmie Robbing, Arsenio audience. where he will take part in the t p....*.cbccM C:2 cass fnuti
by a appreciative
"Berardo Rodriguez and Nick Diaz, Am do' Guiterrez Octavio], very at Field. i juice e 1 bottle cu..pt 1 1O
The program, which was pub- maneuvers Chapman d "" .r I txml cherries e 2 Ib*.
Avila1.: Each spoke briefly on the. Gonzalez, 'Henry Perez, Frank I I YY. n l>Koe.:lot.roatc t bead 5.pnts .
lished several days ago in The ,es :) f (TBc, t but cmcumbtt
'work and merits of the club. Marrero'nd Joe Cerezo. I ,
2 lb*: tomatoc I bnecki !
Citizen, was carried out, and one in 1
Oliver Armajor, who was elected Guests and honorary members I II SHORTE c .". .your. celery e 1 supe frail e:2 j. :
to serve his thin! term of i of present were: every number was beautifully .' borne.. Lom.4o&cIosssges 1 las' taJaj drctofoc' 1 Ib. '
I rendered. '' . ", I lasS 2.teJt'eer. ton. Itaucr
fi'e's president cited the many Everett Rivas, Berardo Rod o *. I'qt.WMCT .. U '
accomplishments of the organization riguez, Nick Avila and Joe Allen. LDS'3J 2 .Mkff,.:iu a. (tar* <2d. __
I France has the ice "Ib. :2 Ibi. ol in'l
world's largest : -, 1
and urged the members to. After\he"banquet, the boys at- Fine Fishing TackleMade . .
submarine, 400 feet long which '
continue their good work' tended a big celebration dance at cost! about $8,000,000. PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONSeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee $1.00 :per? month until July 1st takes
Short talks were made by ;Rene' the Cuban Club. Over 250 invitations -I S

Diaz vice president; Rene Al- had been issued by the I By- care of the payment

varez, treasurer; the incoming Kappa Pi Y boys to their friends. *
secretary: Marcos Mesa and the A very good program of dance I I Don't miss the chance to have the '

next treasurer Frank Fernandes. rhythm was furnished by John REQUEST MADE FOR SOCIETY ITEMSIt Pflueger Yom'Hofe and South Bend
best of at :
Every ml"mber'prt'sent expressed Pritchard's orchestra. .refrigeration a

himself concerning the club. FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH small ;
A 'recitation by Master of TALKED IN SLEEP is earnestly requested by the Editress of the society cost.

Ceremonies Anibal Armayor was I -- 'I II column of The Citizen that Key Westers and winter visitors See Our Complete LineThompson's See regarding this trial plan
I BALTIMORE Edward Lobreof us ,
enjoyed by everyone. the winter
having social affairs during the remainder of
The menu was as follows: Let- this city got a divorce as the
tuce result ef information obtained I season kindly communicate with her at'752-J and give her
and Tomato Salad. Olives, : Hardware Store The West Electric Co.
Chicken Soup, Saltines, Steak and!I when his wife talked in her sleep. advance notice of such events. The Citizen is eager to makea Key .

Potatoes Peas, Beets I Apple Pie success of this but it can only be accomplished by your .
aid and cooperation. Thank .
Members J WORKS. MARGARET ST. you. 3 -
of the organization I 514 I

attending, were: I I PHONE 152-M. dec20 j 1................................................., -. : .. -- .- -- J __ 0 _. -_ ' .. _,


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