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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 193$>
The Characters
Peter Mallone: Adventurous
journalist.
PetreadJ*: His loyal, young
sister.
Yesterday: The Mallones go to
Russia, and send their relatives
back to England.
Chapter 22
Danzig
TAMES remembered another sen-
J tenet from Petrel’s letter. “I
did not bear any more from Tony.
J wish I could understand why
Tate so nearly let us meet again;
but not quite."
On her arrival in Moscow, Petro
nella had foupd roses, a card and
a few scribbled words. She had
missed Lance by three days. He
tad been sent on some special mis
sion to Persia. It was an extraor
dinary business, this love affair
of Petrel’s, thought James. He
wished he could genuinely disbe
lieve its significance. He had to
admit a resentful admiration for
the fellow, holding her like that.
What would come of it? Probably
he wasn’t really any use to her.
Eventually she would realize the
fact. The chain would be snapped.
She had not really wanted to leave
jßallfield. If he had tried, he be
lieved he could easily have kept
her here.
The train stopped.
James saw them get out of a
carriage near the end of the train.
They were unmistakable. The man
with his little pointed gray beard,
haggard, wasted face, wearing
Peter’s coat, which was too big
for him The quaint looking little
girl with dark straight, hair. Slav
cheek-bones, soft eyes, and an
alabaster pallor.
James hurried forward. As he
welcomed them, and shook their
thin hands, he felt a little overfed,
clumsy, unversed in the realities
of life. They had very little lug
gape One suitcase, an old tin
trunk, and a long parcel.
"That is mv Balalaika—l will
plav for vou as I did for Petrel
and Peter!" the girl said.
“Vnne you got here without dif
ficuUv?” inquired James.
"Already this country seems like
Heaven We have such big meals'”
Tamara Mnroviteh laughed, show
ing even tpeth. She looked four
teen. She was twenty. “We feel
verv shahbv. but very happy to
be here Petrel sends vou her love
and many, many messages.”
"Vou left her weli?”
"Yes, but she and Peter are so
unwise. All the time he writes.
* Afld once they left Moscow with
mv brother, without leave, dress
ing as Russians dress. They speak
Russian ton well. I hope they will
leave verv soon, but Peter is never
contented He is interested in the
big trial Mv brother, also, is very
foolish to stay in Russia, don’t you
think? But he had been listening
to •oeo-'ies. Tn Russia.” she
dronned her voice to a whisper. It
seemed suddnlv to occur to her
that here no d*re consequences
would resqlt “lo Russia evcrvbodv
is making speeches, and everybody
in huoorv'" she shouted gaily
Ernest Higgs, the norter. looked
ex'—melv surprised.
continued in this strain, an
sw^ r in* James' Questions, chatter
in* and exclaiming, as he drove
th*-m home to lunch She spoke for.
p k onf. and instead >f her father.
Wdh Ms !>♦’“ heard sunk into
the collar of Peter’s new overcoat,
be silent
Romantic Meal
ICAjNT decide whether to go
bom**. or not. Peter Read these
letters—one from father: one
from Tamara They seem to be
getting along I’m half inclined to
leave them to k." said Petrel.
r Peter took the two letters. One
was in Colonel Mallone’s precise
heavy writing. The other in Ta
mara’s childish, spidery hand,
i _ "Let me iust finish this. then
I’ll consider the
reading the evidence dt all, I
ahniitd think you’re probably
They were Ip his hotel room in
Danzig. The table in the window
Id which he scribbled, end Petro-
Slla typed, was littered with the
y’s papers. He had been allowed
to remam in Germany precisely
twelve hours, before his undesir
ability was discovered, and the
Police President ordered him to
leave. Long enough, incidentally,
to hear a thunderous speech from
Hitler. Long enough to see thou
sands of un-German books public
ly burnt before the Minister of
Propaganda in Berlin. With his
customary good luck, he had hap
pened to arrive at a time when
things were happening With equal
fortune, he had decided to move
on here, a day or so before Rowdon
would probably have ordered him
to investigate the-renowned “cor
ridor.’* in any case.
Since their arrival on Thursday,
occurrences in Danzig, as he was
now engaged in telling-the jceadejca,
of thearnas. had coipe unpleasant-:
iy near an “incident* Not mu
naturally, the Danzig .trade union
lets recanted fcauiqg the* building
broken into bwltailMann troops,
and 4 ■bailiff. Tn distraint of a debt
they owed to the German Feder-
They were enraged to see the
Hwei dag raised insolently over it
ADOPT MANY
A MLS, la.—Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Cvx, a .childless couple of this
ci|y, gre so fond of children that
thigy have reared 56, all theirs by
adoption or by consent of the ac
tual parents. _
They had retaliated promptly*
demonstrating outside the League
Commissioner’s office, exhorting
him to do something to protect
the Danzig Constitution.
Petronella was standing by the
window. She spoke.
“Everything is quiet now Thera
will be some broken heads I sup
pose, but nothing worse, no teal
fighting. Oh, Peter, these unedu
cated pig-headed boys ia colored
shirts!”
He looked
what yqu are going to say. I think
f’ve just written'
“Read it to me.”
"This growing conflict between
the creeds of Coramupism and
Fascism will be bitterer wan wa§ 1
between nations. It has life’power
to convert men of the same bloqd
into fanatic enemies. It is the new
bigotry- If we wish England to
remain free, and tolerant, we must
avoid both. They will not lead to
glow, but to savagery, hate, and
confusion!”
“Yes, that is what I meant It
is true.”
* Peter laid down his paper. "Look
here—you’ve had an overdose of
Europe’s trouble zones, lately. You
want to go home. Why don’t you?"
“Read those letters. I tee) J
haven’t really any home. The cot- 1
tage would be overcrowded, i
should have to share a room with
Tamara. And I don’t verv much
want to see Marigold m&med next
month, to the wrong man."
“Stop harping on that for
heaven’s sake.”
“Well, why dnyou let it hap
pen? Peter, you kjifow you love her.
You know J&rgjly is a fool. You
and Tony are KKe couple!”
“Because she’ll'be a darn sight
better off with Kim than she would
be with me, and because I don’t
want, and can’t support a wife like
Marigold. Jeremy is all right. One
of England’s good-bad men. Just
as you’re one of England’s bad
good women, my dear. Bent on
making aa unholy mess of things,
for the sake of a romantic ideal.
He’ll settle down, when he’s mar
ried. All this love business is non
sense. It is hard fact, and common
sense that count. Thousands a
year, against a few hundred! A
settled home in England, with
horses to ride, agd kids in the
nursery, against " he looked
round the room. “This! Marigold
was too sweet a fool to make a sen
sible choice, so I had to make it
for her.” But, he admitted to him
self, he would probably go out and
get very drunk indeed the night
after Marigold was married.
Bitter And Alone
PETRONELLA looked down at
him. Her eyes wqre startled.
She had not known she could come
so near to disliking and quarreling
with Peter. How hard he was, upon
this one issue. For a moment she
felt bitter and alone. But the next
she realised that he. too, looked
miserable. could not help
differing on this subject.
Peter picked up their father’s
letter.
It commenced, as usual, "My
dear Petronella.” Peter skimmed
through it. They were as comfort
able in their cottage as you could
be “in a rabbit hutch. He wai
beginning to get some shape into
the garden. Hodgson neglected it
It was not his fault. The new peo
ple at the “Forest House” ought
to have a boy to help him. There
was too much for one map. Stephan
Morovitch and Tamara were great
talkers, life, art, destiny, and a
lot more clap-trap; but Stephan
was a nice fellow on the whole.
He occupied himself a good deal
taking nature photographs. He had
sold several already, to illustrated
newspapers. It was cheering the
poor chap up, to earn a bit of
money. Tamara was very tempera
mental. It did not do to take any
notice of her when she was in qpe
of her moods. She went out a good
deal. James had very kindly taken
her to several dances. She was no
use at all at making a good nwy.
and touch too fond of her wine
flavored “Bortsches.” But on the
whole she was a gay jps ljgß
Peter laid the letter down. "He*i
settling into retirement better than
I exoected. Glad!”
"Except for ihat craving for
currv."
“He can mid have it
at his dtjb.”
Tamara, as far as Peter was
able to deoinher. thought Ballfleld
pVasant “You*- father is uerv
fussy about little chinos, and anon'
ivhen the bath wafer is cold. But
he takes me out when l m spd
and hups me many pretty thinas
Your James teases me aluwv* but
I do not m*nd The being a brides
maid to beautiful Marigold is won
derful joy rhe dress is too Eng
lish for me but 7 am to stay in a
very smart hotel fe the night, and
dance after the toedHina with the
host man who already writes me
shv love letters. Oh. the rain in
this vtace' But for James I should
qo mad. All my love.—Tamara."
While she waited for him to fin
ish reading. Petronella stood, smil
ing faintly, imp.gining Itfaiip the
cottage. 'jjMl J
“But for James—suid PHet.
looking up at her.
“Yes. James!” He hesihMld igr
a moment.
“If you want to gil JlgntY
all this—settle
possibly forget
vqu to forget h i
go home, old girl Thb idea- of
Tamara ana JsmeewHHhJ^tncon
qruoire, but she’s veigrtHpettv***-*-’*
“Ynw deduced thedame asi did
dear. But I think fm going to leave
them to it. We go on together.”*
ttcosja-tfpht teas <3rc WUiott Taylor)
JUMPS FROM TROUSERS
SPOKANE, Wash.—Set afire
when gasoline sprayed his cloth
ing, Ellis Snyder, a service station
employe of this city saved his
legs from scorching by leaping
put of his trousers.
Eddie Bosk Golf Trophy
Bay Begins On Sunday
Rule* laid Out Regarding.
Registration; Key West
£oi I Members To Be
j Competitors
P**' ■
I Members of the Kay West Golf
Ldub .will start play next Sunday.
March IS. for the Bush Trophy.
I This trqphy is donated by Eddie
Rush, local professional, who is
paired with Joe Lopes, city
champ, ia the St. Augustine Pro-
Amateur Golf Match.
Play for this trophy will cease j
Thursday, March 23, and the win- j
ner will leceive it at a banquet I
that night. The procedure will 1
follow that used in playing for I
* the Artman Cup. Each player !
must declare himself before com- 1
peting and must turn in two sign
led cards. Twice his handicap is
subtracted from his gross score
for the 36 holes. His net score
is then entered in the competi
tion. The player with the low j
net score is the winner.
| Players eligible to compete, and |
, the handicaps assigned to them
'for. this event are as follows:
Joe Lopez, 3; Sam Anderson, 3;
Bob Spottswood, 7; Sam Gold
smith, 11; Ivan Parks, 15; Curry
Harris, 15; Eddie Strunk, 15; Wil
lie Kemp, 15; Sam Harris, 15;
Willie Watkins, 15; Ned Caulkins,
. 16; Melvin Russell, 16; Lionel
j Plummer. 18; Bill Fripp, 18; John
I Kirschenbaum, 18; McCarthy, 20;
i Horace O’Bryant, 20; Paul Mesa,
20; Atwood Sands, 20; John Pin
der, 20; Otto Kirchheiner, 24; Pe
ter Sohutt, 24; Charles Ketchum,
26; Albert Hinson, 26; Bascom
Grooms, 20; Bob Stowers, 26;
Tom Cooper, 28; Capt. Slingluff,
28; Charles Taylor, 28.
FOLLOWING THROUGH
BY AGUILAR
FIRST GAME of the city’s bas
ketball championship series for
’39, between Acmy find Seafood
Grill fives, was hard-fought and
rough. Poor refereeing was not
ed throughout the affair.
However, decision on the plays
would not have affected the Sep
fooders’ victory, yet fans would
like to see good, clean games,
with accurate or near-accurate
decisions by the officials.
SOME HIGH SCHOOL STU
DENTS, and others not students,
tried to be funny during the
nightcap of the basketball dou
bleheader Monday night at the
school’s gym. Some pulled the
light switch and threw the build
ing in darkness. This occurred
several times, displaying their
ignorance, ill manners or what
have you. The writer realizes
that the girls’ basketball teams
should have played, as was be
lieved would happen, but the
varsity’s coach is in charge of the
gym and be ruiedvOtherwise. Jans
should have taken the decision
with a smile, and .politely left the
gymnasium if they did not .wish
to remain through the nighetep-
KEY WEST CONORS won the|
first-half pennant of the Monroe;
epunty Baseball League’s gplitj
schedule when they defeated Sea-!
food Grill nine in the opening j
contest of the twin bill last Sun- J
day at Navy Field.
Seafooders had several chancer
to win the dame but failed in the
end. Several players struck out
at critical moments, and a “cold"
pitcher in the final frame prac
tically gave the game to the
Conchs. •
SECOND GAME of the base
ball twin bill Sunday saw F.
•Lopez accomplish some wonder
ful plays at short. He handled 15
l ohances in all and committed
but one error—a full day’s work
|-for any player. ,C. Garcia also
did well, accepting six chances
!*t second without an error. G.
[Garcia had 15 pptouts to his cred
it at first and one assist, mis
’ cuing once. The players men
tioned were all on the Pirate
roster.
Al. Acevedo and M. Acevedo
starred for the Blue So*.
KELL Y .CONTINUES to lead
the hitters of the Monroe County
Baseball League, with William
Cates and sterling giving him a
hard fight. This Sunday may
witness some changes in -the
: standings.
TRYOUTS for local players
may be extended by the Florida
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
BUILDERS WIN OVER
GASOLINE MEN IN
BOWLING TOURNEY
DAVIS CONSTRUCTION COM
PANY TEAM SCORED 1740
POINTS, AND GULF REFIN
ING CO. OUTFIT 1547
Second game of the tourna
ment round-robin In the Key j
West Bowling League played last
night at Key West Bowling Al
leys resulted in the Davis Con- i
struction team taking all three
I games from Gulf Refining Cos. j
Total scores were: Davis, 1740; 1
| Gulf, 1547.
M. J. Horre, of the Builders,
! netted high game at 158, with j
j high individual average going to j
Mr. Horrs with points.
Tonight’s game will fipd the i
Gulf team playing Battery E.
fIGHT YACHTS j
! IN RACE ARRIVE
Eight of the yachts in the St.
Petersburg-Havana race have re
ported Rt the Key West yacht
basin, even though byt five of
the eleven entries staged the Ha
vana-Key West race ending last
Saturday.
The eighth boat to report here
was the schooner “Admate”,
which sailed into port yesterday
afternoon. The “Admate” hails
from St. Petersburg, its skipper
being a Mr. Leonard of that
city. The late arrival sailed for
its home port after spending but
three hours here.
No report has been heard con
cerning the other three yachts.
State League this year. Among |
those who have a chance are: ;
Barcelo, Mario Hernandez, Kelly,,
I. Rodriguez, Wickers, Salinero,'
Pena, Rpeda, Sterling, P. Car- j
bonell and a few others.
SPORTS SHORTS:.. Daytona
Beach High won the state bas
i ketball championship. Orlando j
j High was runner-up. . .Next Fri- j
| day and Saturday, the Amateur
| Basketball Tournament will take
, pice in Miami. It is expected the
Sefood Grill five of this city will
enter if transportation! expense
is forthcoming. . .Lazzeri may
win the second base job on
Brooklyn Dodgers. . .Manager
Terry claims his Giants will win
in the National League. . .Chi
cago White Sox will have Rensa
and Tresh as catchers; Lyons,
Whitehead, Brown, Lee, Rigney,
Dietrich, Knott and Herring as
i pitchers; Kuhel at first, McNair
at second, Appling at short and
Owen on third; Walker, Kree
vich, Steinbacher and Radcliff
will form the outf\eld. . .Medwick
and Van Mungp mir t&qnge uni
forms. It is rumored that St.
Louis Cardinals will SWOP Ducky
Wucky Medwick for Mungo.
Roth players are not satisfied
with their club and a change may
do gohd to both. . .Chicago Cubs
probably have the following
players when the ’39 schedule
gets underway: Baiter, Garback
and Hartnett, catchers; Bryant,
Dean, French, Harrell, Lee, Page,
Root and Russell,, pitchers;
WhitehiU, Bar tell, Cavaretta, Col
lins, English, Hack, Herman and
Russell, infielders; Galen, Glea
son, Lieber, Marty and Reynolds,
outfielders. . .National League
will open on April 17 with Pitts
burgh at Cincinnati, and on April
16 all clubs plays—Cincinnati at
Chicago, Philadelphia at Boston,
New York at Brooklyn and St.
Louis at Pittsburgh. . -American
League will open April 17 with
New York at Washington, and on
the 16th dbe whole league swings
out—BoakfO at New York, Cleve
land at st. Louis, Washington at
Philadelphia and .Chicago at De
troit. . .Six major league mana
gers have passed ot of the pic
turp Since the ’36 season began—
Gordon “Mickey” Cochrane, Ti
gers; Frankie Frisch, Cardinals;
Charles <*rimm, Cube; Charles
“Gabby” Street, Browns; Bur
leigh Grimes, Dodgers, and Jim
my Wilson, Phillies. . Many
players have drifted to the minors
and otpers have caught on with
I major league teams in various po
sitions. . .Jimmie Foxx, when lie
was walked six times on June 16,
j 1938, set a major league record.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
POR Htf
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE—
-38-ft. Cabin Cruiser, sleeps 4,
perfect condition, mechanically
and otherwise. Fully equipped,
linens, etc. Apply LAPWING,
Sub Base. marl4-6tx
FOR SALE—Piano, good condi
tion, sacrifice $20.00; Ping-
Pong Table, $6.00. 1301 Divi
sion Street. marll-s
FOLDING CANVAS BABY
BUGGY. Apply 706 White
street, upstairs. marl4-4tx
FOR SALE—Lot 8, block 5, Mar
tello Towers, $3,000. P. L. Wil
son, phone 598, Key West.
febls-lmc
CORNER LOT, 50x100 feet. Cor
ner sth and Staple Avenue.
Apply Box D, The Citizen.
nov2-tl
FOR SALE—4% acres, Big Pine
Key, 255-ft. frontage on High
way, 755-ft. deep. Small house.
About 25 bearing lime trees.
Apply 1118 White street.
mar2-s
HOUSE AND LOT, 5 rooms,
bath. Apply 1118 White street.
mar2-s
MOTOR SCOOTER For Sale,
$25.00; good Condition. Apply
MOTO-SCOOT SERVICE, 701
Duval street. marl4-2tx
POR SALE—2 lots, each 50x100'.
Run from Washington to Von
Phister street. SI,OOO. Ap
ply Rear 1217 Petronia street.
aug9-tfs
FOR SALE—Lot, 48’x50’, corner
Duval and Louisa streets; two
lots, corner Bertha street and
Roosevelt Boulevard; two lots
on Pine Key, lOO’xlOO’, good
location. Apply 1212 Olivia
street. decl4-s
FOR SALE—Cabin Cruiser, fully
equipped, engine and hull, in
very good condition. Newly
renovated. Reasonable for cash.
Apply 506 South street. declOs
FURNISHED COTTAGE, 623
.Division Street. Automatic hot
water, Frigidaire, newly fum
. ished. . Apply 625 Division
j,Street. feb7-s
FOR SALE —Double house on
Charles Street, $2,500. Apply
625 Division Street. feb7-s
FOR SALE —Double Corner Lot
Desirable section. Will divide
Apply box DOM, The Citizen.
febl-s
TWO-STORY HOUSE, modem
conveniences. Near Casa Ma
rina, lot 163’x98’. Apply 1125
Von Phister street. ' oct3l-s
PIANO in first class condition.
A bargain. Haydn Illing
worth, 615 Elizabeth St.
marl-tf
FOUR NEW RUGS of Cocoanut
Fibre. Different sizes. Reason
able. 519 Elizabeth street.
mar4-s
FIVE ACRES"HOWES KEY. Wa
terfront. Near Ramrod Key.
Apply 519 Elizabeth street.
. * . ‘ mar4-s
LOT on South Street near Eliza
*’ fceth* K Lot on Bertha Street
near Ocean; Lot on Washing
ton street near Thompson; Lot
on Flagler Avenue. Apply 519
Elizabeth Street. mar4-s
LARGE SIZE G. E. REFRIGER
ATOR, almost new. Bargain.
Apply 519 Elizabeth Street.
mar4-s
FOURTEEN-FOOT BOAT, with
four-horse outboard Johnson
motor, fully equipped, $125.
1217 Petronia street, rear.
jan4-s
FOR SALE—22%-ft. Boat, made
of Cypress, 6-cylinder Nash.
Box N, The Citizen. marls-6tx
GAS RANGE, good condition,
$lO. Double bed, $3. Apply
616 Eaton street before noon.
marl 5-1 tx
FOR SALE—Spanish type house,
61x110’; fruit trees and shrub
bery. 1023 Watson street. Vir
ginia street deadends at this
property. marls-s
FOR SALE—McCray Store Ice
Box, 200-lb. Ice Compartment,
3 compartments for food, $55.
One counter, 12-ft., $15.00;
Show Case with stand, $6.00.
Apply 501 Margaret street.
marl 5-3 tx
FOR SALE—Lot on Stock Is
land, waterfront Alio, lot cor
ner sth and -Patterson Avenues
near Boulevard. Apply Box
RC, The Citizen. aug3l-s
FOR SALE
R. S. HOWARD PIANO, $50.00;
Electric Range, $25.00; Sewing
Machine, $5.00; Two-burner
(covered) Gas Plate, $7.50. All
in good condition. Apply AL
i BURY’S SERVICE. marl3-tf
FOR SALE—II% acres Planta
tion Key, 3% acres on ocean,
8% acres on Bay, on Highway,
all high land, beach front on
i both sides. P. O. Box 23, Key
|, West. sept7-g
j FOR SALE—BO acres on Big Pine
Key; y<i-mile frontage on high
way. Centrally located. High
land and fresh spring water.
Write or see B. E. CALKINS,
i Ramrod Key, P.O. feb2-s
i '
iMODERN BRICK BUNGALOW.
! Two bedrooms, enclosed sleep
ing porch, bath, living-room,
dining room, breakfast room,
kitchen. All conveniences.
Bargain, reasonable terms. 1117
South street. febls-s
I =
DOUBLE LEAF COFFEE TABLE
and practically new early
I American homespun Rug, 6xlo.
Sell very cheap. 316 William
| street. marl3-3tx
; r -
1 BOAT, 22% feet, made of cypress.
Six-cylinder Nash. S2OO. Ap
ply Box N, The Citizen.
marl O-s
BIG PINE KEY WATERFRONT,
50x260. Five-room furnished
cottage, coconut trees. Ideal
for Fishing Camp. $650 Cash.
Other lots, $50.00 up. Write
Mrs. Calkins, 168 N. W. 53rd
i Street, Miami, Fla. mar6-s
HOUSE AND LOT, 50’x125\
Also, lqt 50’x125’ on Big Pine
Key. Apply 1502 South street.
mar4-s
LOST
■ . w
i LOST—Signet Ring with initials
“JHK”. Reward and no ques
tions asked if returned to Jeff
Knight, Pepe’s Coffee Shop.
. marl3-lwk
| LOST or Stolen from High
School, boy’s bicycle. Reward;
Please notify Annie Sweeting,
901 Pearl St. marls-lt
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
HAVE GOOD PROPOSITION for
person with capital to place
Island City Hotel in operation.
Will sell, lease or take mort
gage. Have 31 rooms, 411
William street. G. L. F., 1023
Watson street. marll-s
WANTED
WANTED—Lot with or without
house. Must be reasonable.
Give price and location in first
letter. Box DE, The Citizen.
marls-4tx
FOR RENT
FURNISHED HOUSES—aII mod
em conveniences. 1114 Grin
nell Street nov3-tf
FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED
APARTMENT. 1029 Fleming
street. marll-tf
APARTMENT, all modem con
veniences, hot and cold run
ning water. 1321 Newton
street. marll-tf
FURNISHED APARTMENT,
centrally located, all modern
conveniences. Apply 519 Duval
street. decl6-s
FOR RENT to couple, well
furnished four-room Apartment
in exclusive home. Hot run
ning water. 615 Elizabeth
street. feb23-tf
ROOMS
NEW VALDEZ INN, 521 United.
Sixteen beautiful new rooms.
Across South Beach. Phone
9135. feb23-tf
HOTELS
j BRING YOUR VISITING friends
in need of a good night’s rest to
OVERSEAS HOTEL. Clean
rooms, innerspring mattresses.
Under new management. 917
Fleming Street. novlß-tf
REAL ESTATE WANTED
INTERESTED IN ACREAGE
with sand beach, undeveloped,
near Key West Must be near
main road and electricity avail
able if possible. Box 21, Boyn
ton, Fla. What have you?
feh24-18tx
FOR SALE OR RENT
FOR SALE OR RENT—Cabin
Cruiser with living quarters to
accommodate 4. All modem
conveniences. Good for party
fishing. 1014 Varela street
octlO-s
GOLF CHAMPIONS
SEND GREETINGS
EDDIE BUSH AND JOE LO
PEZ ARE NOW IN ST.
AUGUSTINE
( In a greeting to The Citizen]
i today from St. Augustine, Eddie
Bush, golf professional, and Joe
Lopez, amateur ehqmpion of Key
West, expressed themselves in
this wise:
“Greetings. We arrived today |
i (Tuesday). Will do our best.!
j Kindly express our appreciation
| to all the members of the Key
! West Golf Club. We wish they l
j were all here”.
The qualifying rounds in the
sth annual jro-amateur golf
tournament are being played to- i
day in St. Augustine. The thirly
| two lowest combination scores
will allow that number of pairs j
to start in the play-off opening
tomorrow morning. News should
j reach the office of The Citizen
this evening as to whether Key 1
West’s entries “made the grade”.
COVERS MANY MILES
SAGINAW, Michvjt*-) Robert
Friers of this city has thumbed
his way over 85,000 miles in every
state in the Union, Alaska,
i Canada, Mexico, and every coun
try in Central America except
British Honduras.
LEG A L S
>OTI£R
Notice is hereby Kiven that KEY
LARGO YACHT & FISHING CI.UB,
a social club not for profit, organ
ized and existing under the laws of
the State of Florida, intends to ap
i ply to the Honorable Paul D. Barns,
i one of the Judges of the Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial
! Circuit of Florida, in and for Mon
j roe County, or in the event he is
not available to one of the other
j Judges of said court on the 10th
day of April, 1939 at 9:30 A. M.. or
as soon thereafter as the matter
can he heard, for an amendment of
its Charter changing its name to
j “CARIBBEAN CU B".
KEY LARGO YACHT & FISH
ING CLUB.
By P. H. Arthur,
, mar B-15-22-29,1939 President.
r* INFORMATION n
r OR TOURISTS
Entertainment Fishing Accommodations
MONROE THEATER
M. O’Sullivan—Lew Ayres
SPRING MADNESS
and
MR- DOODLE KICKS OFF
Matinee—Balcony 10c, Or
chestra 15-20 c; Night—ls-25c
CASA MARINA
Key West's
Hotel De Luxe
AMERICAN PLAN
200 Delightful Rooms, Each
With Private Bath
Beautiful Cocktail Lounge
DANCING NIGHTLY
Dave Garson’s Orchestra
PETER SCHUTT, MRtager
OUTDOOR BOWLING
Corner Duval—Angela
* NEAR MONROE THEATER
5 NEW RE SURFACED ALLEYS
Cool and Delightful Under Roof
FREE PARKING
"Key West's Out Handing!”
LA CONCHA HOTEL
Beautiful—Air-conditioned
Rainbow Room and Cocktail
Lounge
DINING and DANCING
Strictly Fireproof Garage
Open The Year Around
For Over a Generation-
Strong Arm Brand
COFFEE
Obtainable All Over Town!
Key West Bowling Alleys
Opposite Jefferson Hotel
S ALLEYS
DUCK PINS . . . TEN PINS
Open H A. M. to 11 P. M.
Management
"Billy*’ Warren and "Jack" Long
PAGE THREE
LEGAL S *
IX THE rOVRT OF THE COUXTY
4IDGE. IN AM) FOR MONROH
POINTY. STATE OF FLORIDA.
iln re the Estate of:
1 JULIO PASTOR ANDRACA Y
I RODRIGUEZ, ALSO KNOWN
AS JULIO P. ANDRACA AND
JULIO PASTOR ANDRACA.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis
tributees. and all Persons having
Claims or Demands against said
Estate:
i You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to • present
;any claims and demands which you.
■or either of you, may have against
the estate of Julio Pastor Andraca
jy Rodriguez, also known as Julio
jP. Andraca and Julio Pastor An
j draca. deceased, late of Mariano,
I Cuba, to the Hon. Raymond R.
j Lord, County Judge of Monro*
County, at his office in the County
i Courthouse in Monroe County, Flor
i ida. within twelve months from the
| date hereof.
j Dated January , A. D. 1939.
LKONOR CORDERO Y ESTEVEZ,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Julio Pastor An
draca y Rodriguez, also known as
Julio P. Andraca and Julio Pastor
j Andraca. Deceased.
AQITILINO LOPEZ, JR.,
Attorney for Executrix.
! febl-8-15-22; marl-8-13-22-29.1939
LEGAL NOTICE
AN ACT abolishing the Criminal
Court of Record of Monroe Coun
ty. Florida, and providing for the
disposition of all pending mat*
ters therein.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS
LATURE OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
Section 1. The Criminal Court
of Record in and for Monroe
• County, Florida, is hereby abolished.
Section 2. The Judge of said
Criminal Court of Record of Mon
roe County, and the Clerk thereof,
shall forthwith deliver to the
proper officials of the Courts or
Justices having jurisdiction of the
i matters and causes pending- in said
! Criminal Court of Record, all mat
i ters, papers, records and docu
ments pertaining to pending cases,
; together with all the property and
] paraphernalia of said Court.
Section 3. All records of said
' court of past business and cases,
I such as minutes, dockets, files, and
| so forth, shall be delivered to and
stored by the Clerk of the Circuit
j Court of Monroe County, Florida,
’among the records of said county.
! Section 4. All laws and parts
|of laws in conflict with the sec
! tions of this act are hereby re
; pealed.
Section 5. This Act shall take
| effect upon its passage and ap
' proval by the Governor or upon its
! becoming a law without such ap
proval. marls lit
The Favorite In Key West
THY IT TODAY
! STAR * BRAND
CUBAN COFFEE
ON SALE AT ALL GROCERS
OVERSEAS
CAFE AND LODGE
Marathon, Fla. Phone No. 4
“The Best in Food and Rooms'*
Between Key West and Miami
COMPLETE GARAGE SERVICE
Charley Toppino, Prop.
TROPICAL SAILINGS
on the
‘BALMY DAYS’
DE LUXE MOTOR SAILER
DAILY TRIPS
Leave 9:30 A. M. and 2 P. ML
from PORTER DOCK
Delightful 2Vs Hour Trip
See Key West From The Seal
PjH Lnlwß
Gordon Oliver—June Travis
MARINES ARE HERE
also
COMEDY NEWS •
NO NAME LODGE
Famous Bahia Honda Fishing
Reef - Tarpon - Permit -
Bone Fishing
Cottages—sl per person and up
Stone Crab Dinners a Specialty
Phone No Name Key No. 1
For Information
PIRATES COVE
FISHING CAMP
Pirates Cove, Sugar Loaf Key
BEST FISHING IN FLORIDA
Individual CABINS with
Appointments for the
Discriminating
CHARTER BOATS
TRY . . .
Deepsea and Key West
Reef Fishing
on the
Charter Boat
“MARLIN”
CAPT. FRANK GATES
Phone. ..
K. W. Citizen—Phone $1 or 157

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