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Service .VOLUME LV. No. 48. Planes And Ships Make Wide Search For Airman Forced Down Yesterday Fears Are Felt For Safety Of Eight Persons Aboard Transport Plane Lost In Blizzard (By Ausrlilfd Press) Planes and vessels search ed the sea off New York to day for the body of Lieuten ant George McDermott, fifth flier to die in connection with the army’s task of car rying mail. Enroute to Langley Field, Virginia, to pick up mail planes, McDermott and two other fliers were forced down amid crashing waves yesterday off Rockaway Point. A navy destroyer picked up McDermott's companions weak from exposure. It could not find McDer mott nor find the disinte grating plane. ANOTHER PLANE REPORTED LOST ROCK SPRINGS. Wyoming, Feb. 24.—Fear for the lives of eight persons grew today as a wide J search was organized for a United j Air Lines transport plane lost in a raging mountain blizzard and fog.' " ' *'*~ The plane, carrying five pas sengers and crew of three from Salt Lake City toward Cheyenne failed to reach there on schedule, and officials said it must have come down during the night, probably near here. This belief hung on the report of a Japanese section foreman that the plane frantically calling fbr directions passed over hia shack at Emery, Utah, yesterday afternoon. He picked up the plane’s dis tress signal on a short wave .radio, and rushing from the house, shout ed it was over Emery, whereupon the plane roared away into the blinding blizzard, flying close to the ground. DESTROYER OFF TO GUANTANAMO After being in port for about 10 days the U. S. Destroyer Jacob Jones sailed yesterday 1 afternoon for Guantanamo, Cuba, and after a stay there will leave for Pana ma. Vessels in port today are the U. 8. Battleship Wyoming, and De stroyers Bainbridge, McFarland and Babbitt. The latter vessel arrived from Cuban waters yester day. roTes AND FLORAL PIECES PHONE 597 South Florida Nursery >.— ! - J WE WILL HAVE 20 NEW PLYMOUTHS Within the next two weeks and will meet all competition NAVARRO, Inc. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealers QUICK RESULT FROM LOST AD IN CITIZEN Peace Justice Frank O. Rob erts is satisfied the surest and quickest medium to re cover lost articles is to adver tise in Tbo Citizen. Several days ago Mr. Rob erts lost his glasses. He wait ed severakdays before adver tising. Yesterday he an nounced in the columns of this paper. Less than one hour after the lost ad appeared Henry Pazo, an employe of Frank Johnson’s Bazaar, was at Mr... Roberts ’office on Whitehead, had delivered the glasses and received his reward. LEGION POSTTO PUT ON PARADE MONDAY NIGHT EVENT WILL BE PRELUDE TO BEAUTY PAGEANT THAT WILL TAKE PLACE AT HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING Asa prelude to the beauty pag eant Monday night, Arthur Sawyer Post 28 American Legion, has com pleted plans for a public demon stration. This will be in the form of a parade in which the entire mem bership is expected to participate as well as the Drum and Bugle Corps. According to schedule the pa rade will form at Caroline and Duval streets, 7 o’clock, and head ed by the musicians in full regalia, begin the parade. The line of march will be along Duval street to Fleming thence to White and direct to the high school ‘ where the pageant is scheduled to begin at 8 o’clock. GOODWEATHER GREETS SOUTH TEMPERATURES RUN AROUND ZERO IN MANY OF NORTH ERN STATES (By AssssMw rrtMi Good weather aad reasonable temperatures greeted the South today in place of a cold wave pre dicted earlier this week by the waathermaa. While it was around zero in northern states, the South told about its weather in temperatures of above 20*s. But in Chicago it was one be low aero, while Pittsburgh report ed zero, Cleveland four above, Newark, seven above, aad Wash ington four above. ®jc Eep Citizen BEAUTY PAGEANT CONTESTANTS TO HOLD REHEARSAL TO TAKE PLACE MONDAY AFTERNOON FOR PURPOSE OF FAMILIARIZING EN TRANTS WITH PROGRAM Contestants in the American Legion Beauty Pageant are to have a rehearsal in the auditorium of the high school Monday after noon at 3 o’clock. This is not to be a dress re hearsal. It is merely for the pur pose of familiarizing entrants with the manner in which they will be presented to the audience and the attitude to be assumed while ap proaHiing the center of the stage and retiring from view. For the purpose of properly dressing the stage and affording the audience a clear view at all times there is a regular routine prescribed which is generally fol lowed. All contestants are requested to be at the school on time. Any other information that may be de sired can be secured from Mrs. P. M. Crews, Phone 363. STATUS ISCIVEN ON DIRECT RELIEF ONLY THOSE RECEIVING AID DIRECT WILL BE PROVIDED WITH COMMODITIES Only those who are now receiv ing direct relief from the CWA and others authorized to receive this class of aid will be provided with commodities Monday, Feb ruary 26. Instructions are that none of those who are on the registration lists as retained on the payrolls are to receive any of these food stuffs. Employes who have been strick en from the lists may make appli cation for direct relief. Each case will be investigated before this is authorized. KEYWESTMOTOR AGENCY EXPANDED (Tampa Daily Times) Ramon Moran, of the United Motor Cos., here, and Dan L. Na varro, of Key West, have left for Key West after completing ar rangements for expansion of the Chrysler and Plymouth agency there. The agency was enlarged due to tHb liklihood of construc tion of a bridge connecting Key West with the mainland. Mr. Mor an also operates agencies at Mi ami and West Palm Beach. An announcement in today’s paper states that Gato and Na varro, Inc., local Chrysler-Ply mouth dealers, will receive during the coming week 20 of the 1034 Plymouths. The local dealer expects a def initely increased demand for Ply mouths this year over last. How ever. the management of Gato and Navarro, Inc., states that more Plymouths were delivered here last year than all other makes com bined. KEY WEST. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1934. Adventure And Romance Mark Career Of New Belgian Ruler ■£ AHUhb * M * imlir . \ ■jiaWT -L -ffijy. .jgjgj % m%t .mm IM Mgjiiil m Ip# *J§t mMli fW I Jinl- : * r " flHP mm A wammm fsm-S WBm jm 1 ]H I ? JH "IBllli BP HR ' The eventful life-span of Belgium’s new, youthful ruler is shown in these pictures. Successively, from the left, they depict him when he was 10 years old, in 1911; how he looked in 1913, shortly be fore he went into the world war as a private soldier; the sergeant of supply late in the big conflict in 1917, and finally as he appeared ust before his thirty-second birthday last November. (By Associated I’rese) Thoroughly educated In the modern tradition of democratic royalty, Leopold 111. new king of the Beig ans, nas had a full share of adventure and thrills. He was a private soldier in the trenches in 1915 when only 13 years old; a tourist with his father and mother in 1919 on a criss-cross journey of the United States; an incognito wooer in Sweden, win ning in 1926 a queen of his own choosing; collector of rare butter flies in the Philippines in 1932 and now, at 32, king of Belgians, ruling the most densely populated country in Europe and the im mense tract of the Belgian Congo in Africa. He was sent to England at the outbreak of the World war and entered Eton, the famous “public school” of short jackets, wide collars and “toppers.” On a holiday in London a German Zep Six Killed, Score Injured, When Bus Overturns Today WICKENBURG, Ari.ona, Feb. 24.——Five women and an infant were killed today in the wreckage of a Mormon church bus near Aguila. The victim* were crushed in their seats when the top of the bus was shattered in overturning. ACCIDENT OCCURS ON DESERT HIGHWAY WICKENBURG, Arizona. Feb. 24.—Rain, whipping across a des> ert highway, brought death to at least six Mormon church workers and injury to more than a score near Aguila near here today when a bus carrying them to California, overturned. All were returning to their homes at Gardens, California, aft er spending four days visiting the Phoenix. The bus carried 35 passengers. The first news of the accident was flashed by a railroad dispatch er at Aguilar. An appeal for help had been Nice Fresh Veal. Spring Lamb Stfjetly Freeh Eggs, doe . 26c Peanut Fed Hens aad Fryer* Hams, by half, lb 17c Perk Hans* and Pork Shoulder CENTRAL MARKET •Of Fleming St. Phone 20 pelin sailing over the British cap ital let loose a bomb and a frag ment hit the princeling in the arm. Earned Sergeant’s Rank In the trenches in Belgium his first job was filling sand bags. He worked too enthusiastically and was exhausted in three hours. Transferred later to the service of supply, he came out of the war a sergeant. Siace then he lias been to mili tary school, commissioned a lieu tenant and gradually promoted un now he is' commander-in-chief of the people whom Julius Caesar described as the bravest in all Gaul. Leopold is a tall blond, less vig orous than the powerful father who could bend an iron in his hands, but is active, quick-think ing and mechanically-minded. He speeds automobiles with as much sureness as did his sire, likes 1 to fly. has followed his father’s ex (By Anaoelated I’rru) taken to the little desert town by a youth whose clothes were blood spattered and speech almost in coherent. THREE MORE ARE KILLED IN SMASH BETHEL, Kansas, Feb. 24.—A driver and two passengers were killed this morning when a Union Pacafic Stage Lines bus collided with a truek near here during a snow storm. One of the passengers killed was a negro. Anotherpa ssenger was seriously injured and taken to a hospital. FLORIDA TAKES 92 PASSENGERS Sailing for Havana yesterday, the Steamship Florida of the P. and O. S. S. company, carried 83 first class passengers, nine second claw, three tons of freight, one automobile and 28(1 sacks of mail. Ferry Parrott arrived from Cuba 6:30 o’clock with one car of sugar, one of blood, one lumber, one furniture, one of pineapples, 3.14 crates, 100 sacks of mail, bag gage. and 16 miscellaneous. Freighter Brazos, of the Clyde- Mallory Lines, arrived last night from Galveston. HIGH TEST AUTO KNOCK GASOLINE AT REGULAR PRICE Yes! We Abo Have the Regular Clear Gas lom Smith Service Station White * Catherine. PWne 522 ample by digging coal under ground and has driven locomo tive*. j Knows Country’* Lore Those qualities fit the ruler of an industrial nation like Belgium. So, too, his knowledge of French and Flemish literature, philosophy and history qualifies him to un derstand his bi-lingual people. One of his hobbies is entomo logy. A 1932 trip took him to the East Indies and the Philip pines, where he went butterfly hunting on Palawan Island, habi tat of a species with a 10-inch w’ingspread. He is also an enthu siastic fisherman in summer and a skiier in winter. In the United States he saw Ni agara Falls, visited Woodrow Wil son’s sick chamber, watched south western Indian dances, marveled at California’s big trees and, in Cincinnati, said he wished he knew how to shoot craps. PLAN DISPLAY OF MOTOR CARS CURTIS MOTOR COMPANY TO EXHIBIT DODGE AND PLY. MOUTH PRODUCTS Having secured the dealers’ | franchise for the Dodge and Ply ■ mouth passenger cars and trucks | in Key West and Monroe county, j the Curtis Motor Company is plan ' ning an attractive display of these vehicles. In order to afford prospective buyers an opportunity of seeing these cars and trucks under the most advantageous conditions the display will be held in Curry’s Brick Garage, Simonton and Front streets. The Curtis Motor Company plans to locate on Duval strlet in the near future. Tomorrow and Monday a com plete line will be on display and all interested persons will have the fine points and advantages of the cars and trucks explained. WHERE TO CO TONIGHT Palace—“ Broadway Thru A Keyhole.” Strand—“ Little Women.” TOMORROW Church—Service* at 7. 9;3d and 1 i a. m. and 7:30 and 8 p. m. Navy Field—Baseball, Wyom ing and All Stars. Palace—“ Broadway Thru a Keyhole." .Strand—“Litle Women." if"! STRAND THEATER ~ Katharine Hepburn and Joan Bennett in ! LITTLE WOW EN I Msrisisi Balcony, I®*; Orchoo tea, 15-20i Night, 15-25* Claims Relations Between United states And Japan Should Be Most Friendly COLLECTING COINS FOR RELIEF FUND FOURTH SON OF FORMER KAI SER BEGS BEFORE OLD IMPERIAL PALACE . (By Associated Press! BERLIN, Feb. 24.—A Hohen zollern prince begged for coins to day before the old imperial palace. Crowds were on the famous old boulevard Unter Den Linden form ed a line so they could drop pen nies into the money box of Prince August Wilhelm, who in his capa city as group commander of Nazi supreme storm troops, took his turn on the street corner with other Nazi officials to solicit mon ey for a winter relief fund. The fourth son of the former kaisar said he had 10 more boxes in reserve, when it appeared the one he held would be quickly fill ed, and said ha planned to stay through tomorrow collecting funds. CRUISERJUNE . ARRIVES HERE Cruiser June, from Crystal Beach, Florida, arrived yesterday with a party of anglers seek'ng sailfish and tarpon in the waters adjacent to Key West. The party arrived on the cruis er yesterday afternoon from an excursion after fish and berthed at the F. E. C. terminals. In the catch were several enor mous grouper, mackerel, dolphin and barracuda. The members in the group are out today after sail fish. 1 Farley De.iies Making Personal Remark At Hearing About Black WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.—Port mailer General Farley today de nied to the aenate air mail com mittee that he had made a “per sonal remark” to Walter F. Brown about Senator Black of Alabama, committee chairman, as some in ferred from testimony yesterday of tbo former postmaster general. The “personal remark,” Brown said yesterday, was mada by Far Announcing— CURTIS MOTOR COMPANY u dealer for , DODGE and PLYMOUTH Pa**enger Car* and Truck* for Kajr Wa*t and Monroe County COMPLETE LINE ON TEMPORARY DISPLAY SUNDAY AND MONDAY February 25 and 21 Curry's Brick Garage Corner Greene and Simonton Street* CURTIS MOTOR COMPANY KEY WEST, 8 a.m. 72 Warmest City in United States PRICE FIVE CENTS Japanese Foreign Minister Says Both Nations Should Refrain From Be coming War minded <By Associated Press) TOKYO, Feb. 24.—For eign Minister Koki Hirota told the house of peers to day that both the United States and Japan must take “diplomatic action” to pre vent the two nations from becoming warminded. “Both Japan and America should endeavor not to think of war,” he said. He made the statement while discussing the possi bility of an agreement to di vide the Pacific into two spheres of interest with America recognizing Ja pan's supremacy in the west ern Pacific in return for Ja pan’s recognizing America’s supremacy in the eastern Pacific. IVY RETURNS TOTHISPORT Lighthouse Tender Ivy re turned to port yesterday after noon from Tampa. In that city the boiler tubes on the ship were replaced and after inspection, sail j ed for her home port. The Ivy will sail Monday for | Charlotte’s Harbor to service and i replace aids to navigation in that I section. (By Aaaaeivte* Preeal ley on tba occasion of hi* visit to the post matter femoral'* of flea to re tar a official ocean and nlr mail correspondence be #aid waa found among personal affeot*. Ho bad refused demands of com mittee members to say what re nark was without Farley’s eon seat. Farley came from North Coro llas to deny the implication.