The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00435
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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: February 20, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00435
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For 55 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire,.the _' ttbt! ,(i{: C, !. W. cst Citizen( /-;-" ; :. Key most country West equable; ,with Florida weather an, average has in the the

Best Interests of Key West . range of only 14* Fahrenheit



Over Seven Thousand Dollars r LODGE .OFFICERPAYS . BIG MASQUERADE, STREET DANCE I PLAN TO CREATE 'Pirates Of Penzance' Staged


Worth Of Sponge Sold : Here if LOGALCOMGREAT ., '
Last Proved To Be
c A masqueradeUreet'd nee 9(finals, 'for doubles, at 1:30 p. m., Night
planned for*tonight in the prrf- at Bayview Park; midwinteraquatic j
,. of "La Semana It _
grant Alegre. sports at 3:30 p. m., atl t*
POCAHONTAS ELLA will Mart at 9:30 o'elocktand wiDe the Boulevard near Palm Avenue
Scene Of Great Activity REPRESENTATIVE{; : ,staged on Duval street. | 'and ,a moonlight regatta starting' MATTER TO BE RECOMMEND.ED Elaborate And Brilliant Event
Events planned for tomorrow at 8
p. m. tomorrow night at the BY GOVERNOR SHOLTZ

Yesterday Morning In OF TAMPA TIMESSOJOURNS AT MEETING i in the week of joy t'Ogranihle1U Florida East Coast docks. The regatta ,. -
tennis tournament semi-finals, for procession will start at the

1 Bidding At Municipal i HERE LAST NIGHT singles, in the morning at 9:30 ferry slips, and continue around CHILDREN PUTTHROUGH Colorful Opera Presented
I HERE i o'clock., at Bayview Park; 'golf past the Miami-Key West Airways I

Sales Dock tournament cemi-fmals at the barge. Scene Of Grandeur
II Minoca Council No. 13, Degree fame' time at the Key West Country This afternoon boat races are (Hr \..xUtrd l.rr.i>t DRILL I
-- PAYS of Pocahontas honored last Club; tennis tournament semi- being staged at the yacht basin.
RALPH NICHOLSON was t I TALLAHASSEE Fla.. Feb. 20. l Huge Number Witnessed
I night at the regular meeting
For the first time since the
CALL AT THE CITIZEN OF- -Creation of state
t a permanent
usual pre-CLri"a. sponge sales, I 1! in Red Men's hall on Caroline GIVE DATE WHEN | R. DOPP GIVEN I I I Grand Performance
FICE; READY TO COOPER. i street by a visit of Great Poca- 1 planning board to take up the

the municipal sales dock yesterday ONE THOUSAND TAKE -
ATE IN CITY PUBLICITY hontas Ella Kane of the Great work of the present temporary I I I
morning, presented a scene Council of Florida. BIRD WAS BANDEDTRAIN i i or-I PART IN EXERCISES IN PRO.I I Key West launched its
ganization be recommended
of great activity when a number Wearing the regulation Indian FFRAPOSITIONi GRAM OF "LA SEMANA'1 1I t' "La Semana Alegre" last

Ralph Nicholson general man- costumes the degree team of I i I II the 1935 legislature by Governor ALEGRE"
night with the staging of
of lots of sold. The .
sponges ager and part owner of The Tam- Minoca Council greeted the visitor KILLED BANDED PELICAN KEY WEST BOY RECEIVES; Dave Sholtz. I
Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pi
approximate total of sales pa Daily Times was a welcome at the entrance of the council AT KNIGHTS I STUDENT APPOINT. I ItoRobertlDopp

amounted to-47,400, callerfat, The Citizen office this i chamber and escorted her to a I A proposed legislative act for I Approximately 1,000 school, rates of Penzance," and although -
Lbt4'ef fer.dte.bidder'rngedIn M-oli g. special tepee which had been arranged I creating a board of five members children gathered; at the*Navy I Ii there was a stiff

l ,bid Nicholson a great believer in her honor, and cou- '_ already has been prepared by the j i ball field this morning to: stag\I breeze -biowing'out' of the
number, f..mot150 to 2SZbunches. .
tn :Key)'Westiand-iiU ,future'and '1 lormed to the decoration of toe massed drill and! exercises I
On Januaryxl3:; one of the rail- of'Key' West stu- planning board, and is included in 'norlh'.60niiFthre thousand
Most(of FtheIoU wr ;idm4rt' i the''friendly neighbor-:at- hall whiCh were red hybiscus ana road -trains' running into Key 'dent at Florida University writes : I I as the"setond event in the

of ,good JH da>wool ,.nd'tbrvwihtprice itudd toward I Tampa which. baaleemevident'injKey lace fern West: killed a banded pelican' at William W. Demeritt, 'Bnperinten- a "progress report, just made i 1 program of "La' Semana''Al grp./*I 'persons: sat1* 'through theoperfair'performance1

[ : West and Mrs. Mary Cruz, past pocahontas Kni> bt'.Key* while en route11'tothiVcrty. ''dent of lighthouses, that he' has public of the board's activities I I Some 2,000 persons'gath r d,UJ'', ; staged "'
*\ *-high'! as $8211There tnen presented the honorguest The story was 'tobjiin I received student I s
appointment I
!open this attitude1,will always pre- I uring 1934. watch the children gothrough* : ,
with beautiful strand of .
a The Citizen 15. irrth&gronnds'6f'ort'Taytor .
woro al o a,number of smaller' January I with the FERA and will be enabled
vail. crystals: which was a gift from the The bird was brought to Key to continue his studies at j,[ One of the members would be their various activities, and while I. .

tots which were sold for average Discussing Key West and mat- council. West and the band exhibited to the university. the chairman of the state road the girls, dressed in shorts and

prices, it is said. ters of transportation, Mr. Nicholson rive other members of the | For a while, Young Dopp writes! I department, another would be a the boys, in attractive white trous- The light opera was so

While the wool said he believed an airline be- Great Council of rlorida were alto -reprocents it appeared he would have to give' 'I state official or employe, and ers, went through the maneuvers colorful that many though

sponges pre- tween Tampa, Key West and Miami present and lent color to lee city. The band numbers, 34- up his studies because of lack of three would be private citizens.'I 1!Key Werters were aware of the
dominated there were also offer- assemblage. These 'were: Past t 703445, were sent to Washington. funds and was intending to ask if ,tact that it was the first time there uncomfortable on account of
was feasible and would do all Great Pocahontas Bernice ,Park, 1 he chairman, who would be chosen -
ings of good grade yellow sponge! Today a letter from the Biolog- Mr.\ Demeritt could find work for from ever had been a massed drill of the chilly air, sat throughthe
the three private citizens
he could to bring this much need- Great Keeper of Wampum Annie that kind here.
which were sold at what were said ical Survey was received convey him in Key West when he received
ed method of transportation to Baker Great Second Scout Alice notification of having received theftuo'cnt '' receive $6,000 annually,i Although the oldest participant entire program, listeningto
to be fair ing the information that the bird i
and other
prices. members would be
reality. Curry, Past Great Sachem M. appointment as shown. I 1 could not have been more than 17 the airs of
in j lilting
banded November
was! of 1934 romantic
Those who bG00 I
familiar with > annually.
are He also assured The Citizen Kane and Great Sachem of Flor- 1 [years of age, the thousand or
by Edwin M. Davis at Pelican Island
weather conditions during the: that The Times will!. cooperate to I ida C. C. Symonette. LagOO\ I Outlet of Board !1 more children represented every musical play, and
I Mosquito I Ii It
past few weeks predicted good the fullest extent in publicizing The officers were" presented I DR. W. NEWELL\ I The board's duties, as outlined I school in the city which includes watching the actors and
in thi would
Key West and its multitude of at-, with bouquets, the males receiv-1 proposed measure, : younger persons in its roster.
catches especially as the cool spell: tractions which, he said, were to- ing carnations for boutonnieres.An VAMARIE COMES i t i LEAVESTUESDAY l lie "to secure assemble study; There were students from the members of the cast go

recently experienced lasted overa day attracting the attention of theentire address of welcome was delivered 1 mal plat and chart any and all junior-senior high school, from the thorough the continuity,

period of several weeks. country. by Cinderella Roberts, presiding data which may pertain to the Harris school, from the Division ...
While the chilly weather laded! :Mr.; Nicholson was accompaniedto I Pocahontas and short talks TO LOCAL PORT I I i governance rehabilitation, welfare J- Sheet school, from St, Joseph's dressed in costumes that

the water was said to be clear Key West by Mrs. Nicholsonand were made by other officers.At PLANT BOARD MEMBER AND health transportation, com- College and from the Convent were surprising to everyone}
I their' guests. Miss Katherine the conclusion: of the meeting I'I Inerce. marketing' finance bu'i'nws : of Mary Immaculate. Pupils of i
and sponges plentiful, but it was: WIFE.SPENT THREE DAYS !,' land because of their
population, use ranita- fitness and
entertainment :
Kingsbury, New York, and Miss a program of SCHOONER ARRIVES THIS the Convent wore white shirts and
only possible! at times to work i Charlotte MacMoran\ of Port Huron was enjoyed. Included in the number IN ISLAND CITY lion waterways communication( shirtwaists. high color.

through the midday hours the I Mich. : on the program was a vocal MORNING FROM BAHAMA I'lystems! power development, mineral Judge! for,the competition drills'

early morning and late.afternoon Expressing his regret that busicaess'requires solo by Mrs. Florrie Michael and : WATERS ''I resources, parks, wild life. were Julius F;: Stone," Jr., Florida} I Shortly before the overture

..t."lf't{ fd. __..::;', ,-..,. 1- I' hi*;Peturn'te"Tampa' a.reciialkm-by-Mr& Curry; i ;; ,'" .. .. .........--1 .. Dr'Wanton: Newell, tomrol-; !I[ public building) end) properties; Emergency "Relief Administrator1/. /j was 'played;the-full'moon'esitNe .\,
on' the Cuba this afternoon. Mr. Past Great Sachem Kane was tioner of the state plant board, I[' and laws relating to social, eco- who is remaining in Key West I out of the east, giving the entire :
Not all of the sponges taken on Nicholson said that Mrs. Nichol- accompanied on his trip to Key and Mrs.\ Newell, were outgoing'Ia nomic or conservational matters of most cf this week for the various II show a realism that could not ;

the trip were sold, yesterday ns w>n and her guests will remain Weft by Mrs. Kane and their son- Schooner Vamarie. owned by 1 by train yesterday, after -!/j l; the state of Florida its poltical activities that make up the program -.I have been attained in any other
there are several vessels: which until the end of the week. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.J. Josefine and Vadim Makaroff, ar: f of three days in Key]I tubdivisions and its people for the for "La Semana Alegre"; setting. Old Battery Dillworth.in .
: a stay
will offer the catches for sale B. Lowell and little granddaughter rived in port this morning from West. purpose of advising and assisting, M. E..Gilfond! acting:: administrator -[ the Fort Taylor grounds, had
Shirley Kane Lowell f t Nassau, N. P., and is berthed off, j I proposing and recommending, to of District Nine Florida ERA, I been dressed up by Peter Roticr,
later in the week.ROBERT the railroad piers.. I| Before leaving Dr. Newel! told th
administrative officers,
state "
YACHT INTREPIDSAItfTUESDAY Mr. Lowell U the son of Judge j. ((i and J. Gerry Curtis asirtant act- and two other artists, until it wast
George Lowell of Key West. This.vessel was one of the' The Citizen he regretted having:I''itrste::! legislature and the people irg' administrator. hardly recognizable, although all

OSWALDi --- | yachts in the, Miami-Nassau race: to leave as he had expected to ici : ;I of the state of Florida plans for Winners in the .various compe-'I the more colorful. Lighting effects .
and,, won the event but lost, it was'i: main over for the operatic pro-Ithe i<( future development, welfare I I IIt i titions ere to be announced tomorrow changed between the first

i MNnWTLENOWIN \ said, because of her handicap I Auction last night but was forcedto [and: governance of the state, in or- I and second acts, aided immensely
f visit numb? of places in the It| stste's of do- I II ,'
ARRESJEDHERE a r I c'er! that the plan i I Those participating in the exorcises in making the affair a success,
VESSEL OWNED BY WALTERP. LOCALCRAWLS CHANGE TIME OF state in a specified time and to velopment may ,be coordinated, its gathered at the corner of. for their colors brought out the
S I do ro must leave. I people be promoted." :" ton and Duval streets before the shores of Cornwall, in the first

COMPANION OF MAN ARREST. MURPHY CHICAGO I 1 He said he always enjoys his Plan Outlined i I, program rtarted and marched( to act, and a castle in the second

CAPITALIST ROTARY MEETING 1( \5its to Key Wert and expects to ;i iI A unified master plan for public the Fite. They were led by the' act.
ED HERE ON MONDAY THREE HUNDRED BROUGHT return at an early date. would :I
I developments in the state American Legion Drum and Bugle! Hearty Ovation

NIGHT HERE RECENTLY ON BOAT' I I he drafted by the planning boaid. Corps which also furnished music'I I Adrian J. Dornbu, general

Yacht Intrepid Devlin master, The regular Rotary luncheon, ANNOUNCE DEATH This would! include highways waterways ; during the performance.COLDENJUBILEE. director of the opera, received a

I I railed yesterday from Key West FROM GRAN CAYMAN vhich is held at noon on Thurs- (I 1 I , parkways, forests, drainage -: i ii sI II hearty ovation tit the close of the

Robert Oswald alleged ( I after being in the harbor since dE)'s. will be held tomorrow in the I 1l MRS.SANCHEZ J flood control and prevention. 'i I performance and members of the

anion of John Cunningham 'om-I: January 1 when a description and evening' at 6:00: o'clock at the i l OF sanitation systems, railroad .and,: audience stood long past final

he forcibly entered a home at .. picture of the ship was carried in Though for a few days there Parish Hall due to the fact .motor vehicle route, power transmission -i curtain time to applaud him when
corner of Fleming and Whitehead The Citizen. were no turtle in the crawls at, that the Rotary governor, who is. (,'' :; agriculture and marketing CIGAR.INDUM -he>finally came oD.1.he'sta$'eo'r'1d !

streets Monday. night, was arrest I: V The vessel is. owned by Walter the Thompson market, and hun-j! coming' here for the event, will ar- : .f.News has been received.. in Key and rimilir: : things. .i ,| 'Joining1 him'''toefe{ Wri Blanrjia
,..turpycapit list dreds of visitors I.' ive during the afternoon .the % '\ ,announcing the death of ; County planning boards toP- ... 1"17t' : xl sad odtr
ed)la-ijj night! by ,Jailer Le n.,Rob- I P. of Chicago, were disappointed over : |I' 'tr"' Winslow of New York, a winter
) , II : who has been in Key Wert most: at not finding them when they |I highway.] ,' :'f ::1 j| Mrs. Ruby Sanchez wife:.toFWar- crate in cooperation with the stateboard . ; PIONEERS'/bE"tAMPv JtfJ a '*c idenfe,in KeyiWesU'Who'Tiaflf: ; di-
ert1t\ ,heclunninghsm r, .10 q" l"ot( {bf tjme.) ,. ;since; the arrival of I visited there is a full supply Eddie.vStrunk. president of the .'ren Sanchez at her,honie lii\''Jack would be created in the va-1 I lx u a ,,nw ; ,'u ;,ze4ed'the 'Idaftie :routine1-for tie
was 'arrest.rd the yacht and a guest at the Casa! there now. I rrganizatlon., today requested The sonville! )'esterday''mornmJt. !'pious counties. l 1 i HONORED ON FIFTIETHI I II I nperali I giTln( lUrlimitedJt 'ofllhhrLime \
stated' j I II '
a,? in .The Citizen yea'1[iMariaa. . .:) 0 I ia When the Schooner Lydia Wilson Citizen to\make- this announcement -[1-9':Mrc Sanciiez1' <,l a'' *its of 'Mrs.I The present temporary! planning: !! : .' [ IJ) RS1\iyll\ }f. : and wUhout1c' : di' \\!P-:
erda ITVNI
)'. hu; cawxtnion eluded the Mr. Murphy left .Monday after-! arrived from Gran Cayman QficerButw, recognized: amt : 'Washington vessel .... !I[ rod grew out of the governor r .. ri.u-- ' rf} nit 'I"> ,
officers noon for n' and will several 1 days ago, the -, -' -- -- -- I I'j rested the orchestia'r''irhitrh hid t
hadheen'on -
the Look ut ,
t him .,. er join the vessel: which is lat-I brought 300 turtle which were at f '.I I advisory committee on relief. ,I' j 1.. -'t-W "|1t "i I' been augmented by musicians
or. since ,! 'I'> I
Florida Florida News Service
? ldI8.4T4TlllffS-ffd4T4Td4J Julius F. Stone Jr., relief ( )
i for the west coast of the once placed in the crawls. I from Mifmt and the Casa Marina
Both of the members i i'l ex-of-; TAMPA Feb. 20 Pioneers ofTampa's
men are administration, an <-
I musicians
States and Alaska making' the passe [ after local had
of the contingents working on pro I icio member and M. L. Montgomery great cigar industry will'
through the Panana Canal. i i wcrked for weeks on the musical
jects of the FERA employing veterans t 145 PASSENGERS 'I of Tallahassee is executive I be honored here with a "Golden'
Grand nrmber and who directed that
and their cases are being POCKETS EMPTY : OpeningHABANAMADRID ,I rccretary. There! are a number of Jubilee" which will mark the 50th! entire part of the performance;
taken up by Sheriff K. O. Thomp- !affiliate members. anniversary of the industry.
LEAVE ON CUBA I, Mrs S. P. Vecker. Key Wester
ron with officials of the adminis- CHICAGO-In tier divorce trial i I| The planning board is to meet I Beginning Saturday, Feb 23, who returns each winter, and had

tration. Mrs. R. C. Klein of this city admitted - I February 27 in Miami to hear I the Jubilee will offer distinctive I given unstintedly of her time' as
:: final report of its sub-committees j features doing honor to and giving bookholder Gunn
searching her I CLUB ; and Ralph *%-
FERRY PALMA BRINGS IN }I and draft its general slate of due acknowledgement to the
CAPTAIN CLARK regularly for money, but I handed I societe director; who designed the
declared she never found any. MISCELLANEOUS FREIGHT 1Ii 'recommendations to be I men who are maintaining it, customs.
',I to Governor Sholtz for presentment holding high the,standard of excellence !!
Thousands f bleacher seats
NOTICE ELKSA I FROM ISLAND REPUBLIC DUVAL AND FRONT STREETS to the legislature in APr of the product which has'I j>
COMESJOCITY i l.l made Tampa cigars famous the I' had West been Administration.provided by the*which Key!

DRESSES IN OLD SUIT i t world over. The program in

PILOT ON PLANE YESTERDAY Lodge No.delegation 948 will be from present Miami at I I Steamship Cuba of the P. and Thursday, February 21, IOOOP.: M. of I II I:I I pageant and story will review the II a planned* well as the other staging events of the taking opera
I I I MEXICO Mo.-II. L. Beery 'industry, from its beginning-will
our regular meet on Thursday:I I0. S. S. company railed yester- place this week, and most of them
occasions I
SON.IN-LAW OF MR. AND February 21. at 8 p. m. All local dap afternoon for Havana with this city on special glorify tita present and give im were occupied by Key Westers,

and visiting Elks are urged to be 137 first class and eight second.. dresses! uo in the Prince Alberta ,petu ,, to, its future. and winter, resident. Despite the
MRS. JOHN LOPEZ. SR.Car.tain MARGUER1TEJHANDAcrohalic ;I snit which he married 40,
; in was Typically Spanish in design' the
present and make this meeting a class passengers, one ton ,of I chilly weather a large crowd was
tI t; .
success. freight and 109 sacks of mail. ,.1S' years ago.Strictly schedules!! pf events promises anoceasipt on hand Members of the audience

W. CURRY HARRIS. Ferry Palma arrived from fcnd RhiimbaJDancerBlue 1I 1- RobertLewis ;; both entertaining and applauded time and.again the mu-
Fred V. Clark, who was E. R. Key West Lodge No. 551B. Cuba with one car of tankage,I S. < j I I 1611 Fresh''Vo. Pktster Efg ,'rI.j I,inspiring[ and will bring addednational sisal numbers,offered in the program '
pilot on the plane arriving yester- P. O. E. feb20-2t one of tomatoes, one of guano 1 feLl4-6h{ _attention to Florida of the show
day from Miami i is the soninlawof 1 80 sacks of mail, baggage, one ANNIM 1ONN'EJIL: : j I Tampa,and' the cigar industry in Sound amplifying equipment
Mr. and Mrs. John Lopez Sr., passenger and three miscellaneous. : t isf5 t'tc. had been brought into Key West '
of Key West, husband of their elder Cars -- -- TRIP TO TORTUGAS and that made it s .,
Heflher-Yinson for the opera, ,
1 Like ThemLouis
daughter, Carrie. 1 Songs As You Party BOW forming to visit NOTICE possible for everyone to hear all

The captain is a retired plane TENT THEATER | HOLIDAY, NOTICEI i' Fort Jefferson on auxiliary the numbers included in the colorful -,
pilot of the U. S. Navy and was Coo mencinf Monday, Feb. 25 '! Carbonell's Orchestra sekooaer. Option of threedaytrip There will be an important I. opera.., _

at one time instructor in aviationat Auspices Arthur Sawyer Post I Friday, February 22. Washing- i N at $17.50 per person; orfourday meeting of Otto Encampment ,All WeD Please ,
the naval academy with 20 No. 28, American Legion ton's Birthday a legal holiday in I Carioca Rhumba Orchestra trip at $%3.00 per, per. 5 I. O. O. F.. Thursday 21 rt, at r and residents '
,II the close of the meeting of Equity Key Westen winter
years service. He has been with Located Corner Duval and I the state of Florida this bank will sea which includes one day of ''
the Pan American Airways for the Division Streets {not be open for business on this fialaia Charge SacUde trip Lodge No. 70 on Fleming: street left the, open-air1 theater'
part seven and U date. I Ceremonies food at the Knight of Pythias HalLByr well pleased with:the "perform-
years well knownto Ladies Free on Opening Night JIMMY CRAWFORD, Muter of I accommodation. Replies -
other ,
their to
I order of C. P. '" nee, turning eye
a large number of Key West THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. to Box Tortof," The Citiaea
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THE UNKNOWN SCOUT I .......................S ............j.is..s ard Oil in 1882 born Franklin the day
Xbt iit! ::01t${ (:i1! lc; 1 at "railroad Icing" of his ,
.. I KEY WEST IN Today's Birthdays Today's fa. Died Jan. 30, 1907. whose fortune at death was $160f.jOOOOO .
TuUUhed Dully Except Sunday By I ( born a poor boy, on
The celebration of the '
'Till tTIK5 l.UJ.IUXa CO. pic.: recent 25h{ DAYS GONE BY t .....eeeef.t.., *.e e Anniversaries 1839-Henry M. Cist, the Union Island, N. Y. Pied Sept. 9, 190V i
L. .'. 4ItTM4at ,' "". ..,.c. anniversary of the Boy Scout movement fn pr. Charles H. Judd 'of the private who rose to general Cincinnati

From The Cltlsen Uulldlng America makes it timely to again\ relate Happening Her* Just 10 Years University of Chicago, psychologist spy..........'O!........ lawyer, military historian_ J854-James Parker, major*')
Corner Greene and Ann Streeta the incident which caused the introduc- Ago Today A. Taken From ; and director of its School: of 1805-Angelina Et Griipke, born in Cincinnati Died abroad general. U. S. A., born at Newar
J The Files Of The Citizen Education born in India 62 years younger of the two sisters notedin Dec. 17. 1902.1848Edward. N. /. Died June 1. 1934.<<
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe tion of scouting into this country. This, ago their day as anti-slavery and \.

County. briefly, is the story: I the women's rights crusaders born at H. Harriman Subscribe to The Citizen.
Though election to be held '
Entered at lyey Weat. Florida aa second claaa matter A little more than a quarter of a century Tuesday, March 12, is less than Dr. Howard A. Kelley surgeon, Charleston, S. C. Died near Boston -.- .-- \

FIFTY-SIXTH! YEARMe.Ibef William D. Boyce I three weeks off discussions about Johns Hopkins' professor-emeritus, Oct. 26, 1879. I 1
ago, a Chicago I' =rIII.l .I.1IIIIIII.1lll.
.'.....e A.s.elated h.. it are infrequent. The reason for I born at Camden!, N. J., 77 years .-- .
publisher, on a European trip lost h.is way '
The Associated Press ia exclusively entitled to use this lack of interest is given that ago.
of all news dispatches: credited: to in observing 182Ht.Pl'J! F. Durant, Massachusetts -I
.r repudiation a London fog. Ayoung English lad
It or nut otherwise credited in this paper. and ass.the . there j is po question? in! the minds I lawyer: evangelist, founder Our Mostensaticq
local news published litre.'NATIONAL the stranger's embarrassment} approached of the yoters about the election Dr. Walter C. Mendenhall director of Wellesley College born atI S

him, and briskly saluting said: going by a great majority for the I of the U. S. Geological Hanover. N. 11. Died at Wellesley -'
EDITORIALASSOCIATION) bonds. This is considered foregone i Survey, _born. at Marlboro, Ohio, J '
a 1881.
f" .Oct. i Offe'r'This
r? JJ "May I be of service to you? conclusion and far'that rea-I'r 64 year*'ago.Rev. ._ I If j jrr it I S :

C/y /935 Mr. Boyce inquired the way to his Eon there is very' little 'need for I
destination, and the lad accompanied him discussion. So far as has been : 'Arthur B. Kinsplving! pfBaltiNore.P. i 1829-Joseph Jefferson, third j

Una Year _.,ItnlCIUI"TIO!,___:_,.! ,. .____. RATES! ue.ol I heard not one single,taxpayer has I f ., E. clergyman, born i of the name' to be noted. actor,I
Eli I Months 6.0' there, whereupon the publisher offeredhis t at Middleturg Ya., 74 on the stage for over 70 years,j
voiced his disapproval of the years ago. I
Three .Ionlb. __.,......._.,..__ , J.U I born in Philadelphia. Died in
guide shilling for his service'
One Month _. .ss young a movement In fact, practically.all I I
Weekly -ts but the boy said: "I am a Scout, and : of them have, said thay. will I vote Mary: Garden, operatic Florida, April| 23, 1905. .

ADVERTISING! RATES' Scouts do not accept tips for courtesies." I for the bonds. born, in Scotland, 58 soprano'j. 11
Made known on application. ..
Samuel C. T. Dodd the .ri
1836 ,
SPECIAL .NOT1CK :Mr. Boyce was interested and im- While the golf course has hada Earle W. Evans of Wichita, Franklin. Pa. and New York City .
All read'ntr' notices cards of thanks, resolutions frrFpeci
btluary notices etc:. will be charged: for at pressed. He asked about the Scouts. His I great number of visitors during Kans., lawyer, former president of I lawyer who organized the Stand- .
U,* rate of 10 cents a line. the first of the the American Bar Asso., born
part season yester- '
..uti..11 fnr entertainments by churcne from which young friend took him to the office of Sir .T :
day was the most active since the Wellington, Kans., 62 T1
t rrvenne Is to he derived are 6 cents a line. years I Children's Coughs r
j .
The Citlien Is an open forum and Invites discos. Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the links were declared ready for use. ago. r
il..n of public but It issues will not and publish subjects anonymous of local or communl-generalBiurevt movement, and as a result when Mr. Boyce All of the caddies were called into I Need CreomulsionAlways h1T ';;

-utlotts.IMPROVEMENTS. later sailed for home he brought a trunk service. J. J. Kirschenbaum. man- Hon. Vincent Massey, former get the best, fastest and i j
ager of the course, !has made it a Canadian Minister to the U. S.,i iI surest treatment for your child's:
full of literature pertaining to scouting. point to have as many caddies as born in Toronto, 48 years ago. I cough: or coldPrudent mothers R I
FOR KEY WEST Then he started the Boy Scout movementin possible on hand at all 'times but I more and more! are\ turning to'' .

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN America, with the aid of others who yesterday the number was inade- I Baron Macmillan, English states-. that Creomulsion starts. for 'any cough or cold I I Waldorf Range Installed FreeYou
quate and he was forced to use man, born 62 years ago. : emulsifies creosote ..
Creomulsion -
recognized the value of such training as it
affords.A several: inexperienced boys. A number ........ ........ ..... with six other important medicinal do need the
1. Water and Sewerage. of school boys were called and elements-it is truly an elegant not to guess at coat of cooking
medal awarded to "The Unknown they too were. quickly employed." 1 I TodayJn History prescription. It. is not a cheap electrically. You do not need to take any one's word

2. Bridges to complete. Road. to Main-. Scout ,who Mr. and 1'I. .... remedy but contains'- no narcoticsand for it. You can find out definitely for yourself' wUi9Ut.buying .
I land. I L.i . befriended,! Boyce John II. Sharpley. freshman .. .e.e.. *.a.o.o..q your own druggist is authorized -1 i, .
I ? .a' leaking: a n ent. .WlJ
; ijius. caused the spread of scouting to student,'at' Atlanta Southern Den- 1768 Philadelphia Contribu- to refund your money on hr!
i ''/ 'H the spot if cough or cold is will) |ej[ !>> l
I 3. Free Port. y your ra
. .. America, was presented to the Inter tal College", has'again been" honored tionship to the Insurance of
j.1 1 om./ 4 not reieved] by Creomulsion.! 1 month! without_ any obligation whatever. i '
1 -4.,. Hotels and Apartments. p-.' national Scout Bureau in London, whereit by the student body by being. Houses from Loss by Fire, pioneer (adv.)I *.A- *
0 N elected secretary of the Florida insurance company, chartered. ; f'
,b.m. Bathing. Pavilior. ___.. will be kept as a permanent memorial.It Club which has been an established BENJAMIN LOPEZ See us for complete i I ,Details,regarding; thiaplan. .
6. Airports-Land and Sea.'< >n.':" is inscribed as follows: institution for several yearn. 1792-Postoffice system, of to- FUNERAL HQMPEstablish B1 .1 > OL
'J bounty:'" "To Unknown Scout whose faithfulness Harry N. S. Jones a Key ''West day established by congress. f
Consolidation and the I
1. f City student, is president of the club. ?t'! 4? Yejr 1 I TheKey'WesfHecfricCo.
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. f in the performance of the daily 18JO.:-Execution of Andreas J JCey West'* Oldest l I

good turn brought the Scout movement to Peter O. Knight, of Tampa, who Hofer Tyrolese:;; patriot, aged 42. 24-Heur Lfceased Ambulance Embalmer Service A. F. AYALA. Sales Manager
is believer in the future of Key order of French. -' .
a by : I
the United States of America. pile.. 135 Nipfct 69W IIII.I..4T.lIIIIII'I.I
West, stopped off today on his '"
Perhaps never has a simple act of way from Tampa to Cuba and I! 1815-Historic victory of U. S. -'---. ---

kindness brought forth greater or more made the rounds of the city with i Constitution pff Cape Vincent. .

beneficial results than that performed by, which he is thoroughly familiar.Mr. I
Knight still believes as he has 1835-((100 years ago) Great
By MARCY B. DARNALL. this unknown London Boy Scout. for many years! that Key West :earthquake in Chile.1934Atlantic he Hoodwinked

will some day come to the front. 't
Former Editor of The Key West itison THE PICTURE IN THE FAIL FAST I Coast region 'DO"

Can you conceive of a more :went through a great blizzard. ACC VQNG'IMITA..9NS
Federal authorities report a marked Recognition of Soviet Russia, about :delightful day than the people of I ,
S increase i in the number of aged aliens who fifteen months led Americansto Key West are experiencing on this"I for Ormonde. Fla., to attend the ".fn.' TQ net thf ;Kiginri t Devi 100% Pure Paint
ago, many annual ball in celebration
the 20th day of February? Though governor's MAUDB IN BALTIMORE., pamnun
are applying for first naturalizationpapers. expect an enormous increase in trade I I partly cloudy this morning, it is : of' Washington's: Birthday. 100% Pare Paint baa oneD keD .assg

They hope to be admitted to citizenship with that country. However, negotiationsto a clear and invigorating afternoon I *, J"1*. ,r Aiplicated. ==
with thermometer registering Large schools of bull-head jacksare 100% Pure confer ..-ich.
in order to be eligible for old age settle the of. debts and to the Paint ==:..
question pro- 68 with a gentle breeze blowing{ being seen daily at the entrance paint Law and i* the onJ.Jla nt : --
pensions under the proposed new law. It's vide credit to facilitate Russian purchasesin across the island. of Northwest Channel. A i parity =-=-:'.::

great to be an American when Uncle Sam's this country have utterly collapsed, following number of fishermen who were in the label : f
ere on *
purse is open.A insistence lion and Mrs. Walter Prudenof that vicinity this morning} say the .pssstiflLTf
Soviet outright
upon East Orange, N. J., and their schools appear to be getting large Asst Nano&ix'-nssss IIINJu i.o })an. elder son. Walter, Jr.. are spend daily. The jack size for size is All yK'tgecu' trtTKHJlBrWISCt. st+ds by!
story of what appears to be rank ingratitude Relations between the two countriesare ing the day; in Key West and are as determined a fighter as. any e,, . J alV LTII HQ' + i'
comes from Gaena, Spain. not seriously affected, although Japan They enjoying have the been glorious here several sunshine.days found in these waters.In G. C. ROBERTS Craw Carofoe and William Streets i

Manuel Paulido shot and wounded a cow and Germany were both glad to see the and are seeing Key West under many parts of the city vacant

rift. The possibility that it may encourage the pilotage of Walter Bain who lots are being cleaned daily. -j
that was goring a farmer's daughter, and t I -- - -- --

the young woman's life v,.as saved. Now Japanese aggression in the Far East exists spent repeating three month the !'enjoyable lat year andis ex Lots are on which also receiving buildings a are share stapding of-,: %**&M&# *# .&&&&& *' *

when recalls the tenseness /X i- i i ii f.m i i p ii i M i n /
the farmer is suing Pauljdo for damages, especially one perience. atteption. This activity is 'a )sign i ; ; i

saying that "it was none of his business" between Russia and Japan when the for that the determination) to make FrRE
Editorial Comment: There is the city clean is becoming general.l.p
"recognized. Many observers FREETO
what the cow did. mer was I
assert that this averted war in 1933 and one substantial reason given why .. .. .. . I
West enjoy
people visiting Key / ,
believe that a tensene-ss between Russia the city's and its people's hospitality. -
It is said that the carillon! in the towerof and the United States delights Japan, And that is because it is gen ,,ISIt n lAr

the University of. Chicago chapel is the which may be encouraged to go* ahead uine. Cbi. AT BORDEAUXMIS/eO DISHES AND HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES I
largest in the world, its 72 bells weighing = I ,
with her
I program. Mr. and Mrs Robert Spotts- /f t7' ganlCHI4J '
220 tons. The smallest bell weighs ten While officials in Tokyo deny reportsof wood will leave tomorrow evening S 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY 3

and a half pounds, the largest more than drastic demands China said to be
as harsh and dominating as those of 1921, .
reliable sources indicate that there is truth t. .

Miss Mattie Weathers qf Atlanta! is to the ultimatum that unless China yields NEW YORK We want, all ladies in Key Welt to drop in and look over our stock, i

suing her grocer for $25,000 cause she Japan cannot guarantee that "new in- CftP!I ALS.A'ofo wrjte j I\} a Fatrl1 li (which we will furnish) what you think we .should carry I

stepped on his tomcat's.tail a: ..J5h2tralleges cidents" will not occur. and BOSTON, ai.JIillt iff ,in foclf that we haver\/4 ft prcS4gt iU, , ryi
< "
that when she bore .dowjvojh! hlF| feline. irOffsetting this is the recent revela-' : Friday Jtit* 2/VX&. / A SPECIAL PRIZE of a :33 PIECE DINNER'} ';! ET Willie'aWarWd'foc;;

caudal appendage ,the. ".:vanjmaf'attackedher .. | Uion in Moscow that the Soviet Army, supPosed From Key West alternate The matchless quality the best suggestion drawn from the best doily fire..suggestions' : on';$atyrday!
'rues tame
biting and scratchin ;y fth.tke result. to number 562,000 troops, had been i From New York alternate J r liqueur as produced in'Bordeau..at Evening, February 23. t-: ' t ,i fVDAILY I
days .11'1 v"
free' price
that she i ia ck:" increased to 940.000-the largest in the I Y "duty "Ifl ; :a'
a nervous
.....'' wr, ,. From Boston alternate,Saturdays Ask your dealer for MJ YENS -: ',. ' t'"t"
budget Creme.IeMentheGsewTripleSec '
Red defense
world. Moreover the '
.. .* AIM.JkEW ORLEANS te KE. T WEST ,Apricot Brandy ami oibera.B : : PRIZES; . J /
Another shining example of consistency last year was about three times the accepted A Urr...e "........,... ArrUe. I' a. .DOaF a CO.....Sth 4*caesrllratSsJ5rat _, ,.: '

in bureaucratic activities is seen figure of $1,444,000,000. Keye.t reond day fellewtaff.CLYDEMALLORY lrt YwkDistributed WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY '22 .

in the H\V A. \jihich b spending billions on I 1st Prize-I Electric Toaster.t Jst Prize-l: Artistic Cheese and
36,000 AUTOMOBILE "MURDERS"The /in CaLrere. Whole- Cracker Serving DISh. }
ty 2nd Prizer-1 Glassbake Dish. ..
various projects, some of questionable C. E. !MITII(. Aged.Key sale Grocery, Inc. On sale by illleading 2nd prize-1 Double Aluminum a.
benefit. In a recent order employees:' wore President of the United States, in west 'I vendors. Sru Prize-1 Large Aluminum Boiler. -

admonished to be careful not to ,waste lead letters to the Governors of the 48 states, - ------- Pan.THURSDAY 3rd Prize-1 Dust Pan and. 1 I

pencils. has urged the enactment of uniform reg- CONDENSED: STATEMENT OF CONDITION; OF' I FEBRUARY 21 Brush.

ulation of traffic, and intensified safety THE FIRST 'NATIONAL BANK I : Jgt Prize-J Large Laundry; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Q asjcet.
ta. 1st Prize 1 Artistic Aluminum
An Illinois macaroni factory has an educational campaigns. ,OF KEY WEST j -
2nd Prize 1 Castiron Breakfast
installation of 80 electric motors, totaling There is no good argument against et b. close of bgaiags December 31 h 1934. ,; 4 Qt-Tea Kettle. .
Comptrollers Call I 2nd Prize-r-l Qt Hot and Cold :.
uniform traffic and
legislation regulationin
270 horsepower according to an industrial -
Prize 1 1
JtESOURCESLoans 3rd Egg Beater and Thermo. Jug.
l new: item, which might have added the face of the fact that the killing and Investments ..., ,' 05.63U.43 IJeasurlng: Glass. 3rdPrise-G ]Jce Tea Gjasses.:!'

some equally interesting information con- record of automobiles last year touchedthe Overdrafts _.----t- 71.61 .

cerning the daily mileage of the output.C. 36,000 mark. Banking and house Fixtures, Furniture......, .. ". r' 3.082.33.f Daily, prices will be drawn ev>;rY TCUpgt' First card drawn will gel
Think} of its! Thirty-sk-thousand Bonds l of States and Po.-,5 .' frtt; prifi'; e copj card} fecon4. pmef J 3rd; 'wl, third pr>*e. '

lives.snuffed out by automobiles in sessions of the Unittdj -
F. Sessinger a bonding company one ,States .-----: 139,370.68 I From the daily: suggestions we will also select the five best for each
year.' 'Vhy'should there be any argumentabout Other Bonds and Securities ',,. 74,204.03 One will be'drawn'.from these 30
.4 day. suggestions Saturday
official, declares that 90 per cent of the I "" ;.e! :, : ; on :
people of this country are potential uniform traffic laws and the need f. Stock serve of'the.Federa Bank l Rey '.."! .,.,, r 6.000.00 February 23.. The. winner! receive a 33 PIECE; ,PJI' NCI SET. 'tf : '
of cooperation between states to eliminate Dei .f. .
,federal ;
Temporary r .
crooks. Of course, most of us like to such a disgraceful 1. record as this? : posit Insurance fun 4?.,. ,. 1,954.01. We. aim to carrycomplete line of hon eho.d! n,erchandUVe'

think we belong to the truthworthy 10 Take.'a specific example; Why should} < United States Obligations$ Government direst -, want: you to call every day! next week and ,ell] us what we should haTe.

per cent. ona city. be allowed. as: at present, to anteed and_fully ._guar_$832.14.1.13 1 ". . r, .. r' ". .-_ .' 4.1WMfe
-- maintain three different types of "stop" Cash ond due from JJanks' 495,1.68.7 1,327,912.70iI,888,335.79 : :

Enterprising morticians should not signals at intersections, thus confusingboth South Florida Contracting( & pngineeritg Ct.

have overlooked the following want advertisement its own drivers and those from- other 1-14 ''J.lTlEJ: .

published in a San Antonio(A) states;\? Legislators cpujd_ work. on a "life Capital 100.000.00 nag ,all. M"
._..... . 55.0Q74Z .
"Wanted Undertaker in oil S9rplus an4 t1ndiri4 Profits - --
paper: I saving" program such as this tq the be ne-, Cueulation' 100000.01 "Y!If IIwerthy of ti>e berH"

boom town. Business will be good jn-10 fit of every man, woman and child in the. Deposits 1,633,228.3.7 I

days; get in now. Pettus Townsite! Co." country. _, '_' ,_ ., .. ";isBSzs6.7aa ti ,, #,, II.#, .#F, ,, !!r '8 ,

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A RAMD iIREROMAIICE iY EYAN EY1tNS.. rsyNUesist ..........00*<
SPORTS A combination of the nature of

the previous day with a more artistic i MISCELLANEOUS
T*! Uunlana Kid. against the wall and had taken
and Hat.. RubHt. famtntt ilerita their weapons. lie was rapidly or sensuous character, givinga
Holl.Hood. *ov. "left Brother away person who is genial and friendly LOST ON SUNDAY-Bill/old with REPAIR all string instrument
Paici.al t hold thtlr" homes and tying their wrists together.
art at 4 potter gatt .t tht fort of ] living in harmony with his large sum of money. Finder Robert Whitehead, 1310 Johnson -
Aiircya. Montana hat bribed Sot Ope of the sojdlers} was only a
the please return to Benjamin feb20-4tx
neighbors If not possessing street
ila. who tfltt him, hoa to tan to boy. He began to weep In a small
flat Ski gatt vlll It opened Tht power of yesterday it still holds Tynes and Deceive liberal re-
weak voice, getting out the name ota ,
recover for BlfhopSntlliano
fie men hart
fa .
--- -- the of success. i ward. Cor. Olivia and Windsor FOR SALE
tht emerald crow of saint or ot Heaven every now andthen. germ iI .
Our Lady ichtch ,.. governor hat ttlfe.t.a..tlPpa,Stf.....,..,....ttfP"o.t" !' I Lane. feb9-2t
ttolen from a* church U Duraya. FIGHT PROMOTERAT I FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved -
oldlers! I could make a better fighter throws leather at all PERSONALS Real Estate in the City of
Chapter }7 soldier? out of wet cornmeal'" said LARGE FISH CATCHES MADE AT LONG times and fights back when he is Key West; 129 acres of land on

OPEN. DOOR Rubrlz. "Such men' as these"to.be *,, * * PALM BEACH hurt something very few fighters STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS.ANP' the Florida.} Keys. Apply to F.
In the )uniforms ot sol<1lers. do, So don't! be Surprised if. W 803 'street.febll .

THEY they were standing before "Gag 'em. sad( Monaoa a, and set Major Size Jack Taken With Lighted 01 Tackle BOOSTS JIM the fans see a toe to toe battle. !I why, Buffer INDIGESTION For quick victims relief, ,1 I Roberts, Olivia -12tx
the gate.! Montana lifted his to work. a. 0a, 1 there.
.. get a free sample of Udga
lla d. Robrlz at once stepped np The second! soldier began: to % : "Understand Bob, I have no 1 Tablets, a doctors prescription: BLANK SALES BOOKS. NOW
against., >< the wall, flattening himself scream. Ha got out one halfbreathof KEYCAMP WITH EQUIPMENT, } I I connection with any fighter-they at Gardner's Pbarm. y. lOc each or 3 for 25c at The

it There- )he waited while sound before Rubrlz beat out the .. .. .. ... .. .. . ._ ORLANDO FLASH CRACKED all look alike to me. However. I. feb6-7-8-U..12.13-18-J9- 26- Artmaq Press Phone 51, Citi
,against voice with a stroke of his Aal'and .........., ..... ... .t. ., .r j I :
- do try to feature boys who thrpw Building. octlG
Montana rapped twice, paused' rap- ,I then) began to thrust} a wadded piece (SprlI" to The Clllien>' pounds; Mr. Swift took another i! UP TO BE GREAT BOXER IN I leather for ;my fans and Jimmy 27x zen
ped twice again, and then three. of cloth: between. the' teeth. of the LONG KEY Fla., Feb: SD'-i- 'grouper' that weighed 25\:pounds, i j LETTER RECEIVED BY*KEY Wade is certainly one of that PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

'times! rapidly and lightly. guard. Several records and near-recohis one pound more than that reported class. I have seen Wade win over FOR RENT cards, $1.25. The Artman

There was only a moment's pause, "Not too deep and not too hard," were set at the Long Key Fishing! by J. C. Rowland of New York.George WEST BOXING ENTHUSIAST boys like Tony Lopez, Snooke Press ug7
cautioned Montana. "We don't want I APARTMENT FOR RENT, mod
Camp here last week, as light Hall of Buffalo! took ten
Schneider Lou
heard Campbell
and then Ray
a key was ,
to have dead men behind UI,amigo. ern conveniences. 644 William
tackle advocates vied with I grouper in one day, TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
Great bolts slid back one by one, "Will>you tell me how to gag a I i I Navarro and the one loss that J street. Apply Valdes: Bakery.
other for honors and unusually I sheets 75c. The Artman Press
an Britton Chance of Philadelphia Hugh. G. Martin Palm Beach referred to was when a couple of 1 I ,
each making a light clanking sound man! exclaimed Rnbriz, angrily."Remember I I febl -tf
of anglers reported I captured several! rare butterfly boxing1 promoter who bootts fighter I ribs went bad in the fourth aug7
that I
w5gagging '
as it disengaged! and finally the \
; fine catches with ordinary 'fish and sargassum fish. I only when they deserve it, round, but the game Jimmy stuck 1&
heavy door began to sag outwards.As men while you were still In I OFFICES in the Hellings.Build EMPLOYMENT WANTED
the cradle and I have gagged them equipment. I write Bob Schultz a letter concerning .':j it out, refusing to quit and threwleather ing 319 Duval street. Apply to f
it voices thrust out into .
opened . .
An feat in amber . . .
outstanding ,, this Wade lad whois
the night ever since. If any man in the world [ Jimmy j ] on through to the tenth ,I F. W. Roberts 803 Olivia TYPIST-Young man desire"
"Be tender. Andres." has the touch. I am be.? jacking was accomplished by Mrs. FOLLOWINGTHROIIGfl to fight Pete Neb in the maiD :. round something very few fight.. '. street. febll-12tx part or full time employment
"Be kind Andres!" He finished trussing hla man as he Wm. K. Wallbridge of Short Hills, go of the school'boxing card to ers will do. C13; Margaret street.
They turned to the sergeant N. J., when using a 4-ounce tip I. I I fce staged at the next Monday feb 13-15-18-20x
**Be still you fools.I" panted a spoke gym "Of course I realize that in I BICYCLES $- -
lie was barely breathing. And because and 9-thread line, she caught a night. be
Quick, harsh answer from close to Pete Nebo, Wade will meetingone
the door. of that, Montana took charge 43 ', -pound amberjack after a I The letter follows: of the best in the world. However WE RENT by the Hour. Day or

It yawned wider!! until the lamplight of the gagging making sure that the three-quarter-hour struggle. I a (By JOVE) I I "I understand that you have my knowledge of the boxing Week. Repair all makes and KEY WEST

was glistening over the thick wad of cloth was worked well Inside This is the lightest outfit ever : 00000900400000000000000* Jimmy Wade, the Orlando lightweight game tells me that Jimmy Wade paint them with Nu-Enamel.: We COLONIAL HOTEL

jron! plates which shod tie f Jnsjde' the month, but that the tongue was ued by a woman to take'a jackof I The games played thus far in matched with Pete Nebo will be in'there tossing in the carry a full supply of parts.

of r the- postern, studded'' with" the not thrust back into the throat, with major size at this fishing camp;tft 'Miamomfcall aand"lhe i there; in the, ,near: future and want tenth round and if fete has! slippedany Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand In the Center of the Business
I hens ot"" ''ntfidred riir ets* biff 1 chance: of strangling ; ttow.three soldiers- General Estrada results. ,tbtreof.late as follows: ., ; . since I have seen him in actiotn as as and Theater District
enough to'bave'been.; t; worfcedr Into A by any angler for this purpose. i. vicinity i i have in store for a thrill- week: J. L. Stowers Music
''If well Mr: Wade will intro- per
the side Qt the mightiest ct liners. J lay/jn jjjpjr J fMta; side by,side; Earlier in the week, N. Jerlaw.. I TIt ufrrst game of the.eeajom'I. : *" I janl8-lmo C1
er. First Fireproof-
: duce Nebo to a glove! massage. Company. M-
each tied to the other so that movement was pla ed 'January 11 when theBuy ': 'loL' .
took fine
of 55-pound i
Chicago, a _
lie the dooiojtia -
who was thrusting "Wade has boxed here six t
be 'Impossible for alL : Bees defeated the Loj* } only wish I could be present Sensible Rates
RQuld ? I
could be seen'at the store! tlaie sailfish 7 feet C inches.long, using I times, has won five of the six 'I''I'"I WANTEDWANTED
: J-How much time !bay that cost ( team of 11 to 6. I bout, for I am certain
I by a score The I' your i
one of those men who are big from 3-ounce tip apd 6-thread line. i
9 grea't the
us?" muttered Rubrlz. IYopye t tilf I. A edltrt'! '' ame1 w'as played Januiry : and : ;losing' j that every round will be thorough...J COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
p the walft and bowJrgsed beneath.flh The heaviest sailfish of the week 'that's Year-Round Rental]
up '' decision, and what
\ pAjmlseiitae< ,. answered 14, with Adams defeat fg.!<>ne I} ly contested and will produce'bout a '
II to support and balance more easily Cooley, of Buffalo who is visit- I Busy Bees 11 to 9. win. that you I' Section. Write box 'S.
"Call it what yon want, said Rn how hard a man will try to about for time. Popular Prices
the top-beaf7 bulk above. brUt "but the kind God who watchesus ing here with Mrs. Cooley. This In the third game Busy Bee "Wade is a crowd-pleasing orably a long Citizen Office. feb2 0-4 txt

He wore wrinkled cotton trousers,, knows how much time we've was 7 feet 3 inches long and I downed Lopez for the second time I "If there is any decent talent .
t---- -
but above the waist, where his body wasted here in His honor when we weighed 55% pounds; Mr. Cooley 3 to 2, while in the fourth game with three each; most times there among the preliminary boys,

became more important bis uniform might have left them still forever, took another sailfish 6 feet 11 ; Lopez won from Adams 7 to 2. struck out. Navarro, Stanh'y, Lu- let me hear from you. Also will

'grew splendid also, and wound up with a thrust 'apiece. 'Come on. 1 inches long weighing 45 pounds. I'In the fifth contest the Bakers cilo, Castillo and A. Lunn four attempt to get an opponent for I Co.

in epanletted shoulders fit to have know the way. I've memorlzu every CoL E. H. Teall of Little Falls triumphed over the Milkmen 8 to times each; most bases on balls Nebo here if he chooses to box I P & oSTEAMSHIP

graced a major at the least. lIe turn of every hall in the place!" took a sailfish of the same length, 3, with the Embalmers winning Castro eight and Baker six; sac- again for the promoter who he

wore at his belt a long sheathed but two pounds lighter.An from the Dairy boys 7 to 3 in the rifice hits, :Machin 2; most two started with. Should the Nebo-II

kolfe and a revolver and be carded H); went on, leading straight up 11-year-old girl, Barbara sixth fracas of the season. base hits, Kerr and Carbonell, Wade match prove a thriller as I
a rifle slung over his shoulder,, flight of stairs which was expect return match would be PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Bower of Montclair N. J., daughter In the seventh game Adams four each; three base hits, Higgs, a
for that was the constant rule with drilled through the thickness 01 the of J, A. Bower, caught the scored a lone tally to the Bees' C. Gates and Ward, one each; welcomed in West Palm Beach." I f Leave Key West Rff.ctiv.for!Havana April Tuesdays 27. 1933 and Fridays 12tO
all the men of that old fop.
wary great old walls of the fort of Duraya. largest grouper to be taken at 113, with the other games played home runs Higgs two and Bethel, I'.

General Estrada. Behind them all the three men this fishing camp in five years. resulting as follows: Ward and C. Lunn, one each. RUNS INTO FUNERAL I M.Leave Havana for Key West. Wednesday, and Saturdays.
"Seliorlta-'Roslta-m y d e a r.." lay still, but the sergeant was beginning 9:00: A. M.Leave. -
This 39-pound fish was broughtto Lopez, 3, Busy Bees, 1 ; Busy :
whispered the panting voice of the to move his 'Jaws a little boat by the child in only twelve Bees. 7, Adams, 2; Lopez, 3, Standing of the clubs: W WAUKEGAN 111.-Getting out Key West for Port Tampa :Wednesdays and Saturdays I
sergeant, he thrust himself at last He stirred them with care, and be 6:30 P. M.Ticket .
minutes. Busy Bees 2; Lopez, 15, Adams, 4. Club- W. L. Pet. of control of the driver a truck
through the gap of' the opening door began to push with his tongue
*. Reservation and Information at Ticket Office OB tie
A close second to this was the Lopez Funeral Home 6 2 .750 hit a funeral procession near this ,
into the dark of the night outside. against the base of the wadding that Deck TUne
"Where are you*, my sacred ;iautyt" kept him from drawing t free grouper of C. J. Swift of Columbus Best base stealers were Ubiota Busy Bee .,._.....__ 5 3 .625 city demolishing the hearse and {.71 H. COSTA. Agent. !
Ga., which weighed 32% with four Gopher and Machin Adams Dairy ... 1 7 .142 throwing the coffin into a ditch.
The blow that fell on him made a breath. : - # .. 1--- ._ ..._ ._. ._ .. -.....
After a time hit tongue seemed ... _. ._
dull ---- - -
sound because it struck on -- --- "-- .
the padding of muscles Just over the to swell with the efforts he had been .
Juncture of head and neck. Even making. ala throat appeared to be

then, only the extraordinary flesh of closing, also. He bad to struggleto .

Sergeant. Jlnjres jpfe/ented him ge| any breatft>t Into his lungs. 1'l it; fls-4" ... :-' ..... . -' ... "f'--
i"'r1 1- :-t';
Tbtjf he could sot breathe at all .
front sustaining a fracture; : of the : : .
spinal 'column or' the neck vertebrae With this, in a'frightful panic,:he iiieyvorit ,! .. } .', ... .\ : ...: ? ,
because Rubrlz had struck heaved himself to his knees 'so help .-.: ,"- :. :

from the side and with 'much enthnslasm. strongly that the other two were you ::: :

dragged out of place, also. He tug- < ., .,'
Montana gliding forward from ged with all his might The twine '

the opposite side, received the toppling that bound his wrists cut throughthe' : : catch rivets ,
ekln like dull blades of knives. ,
weight !in his arms and laid it .
In a heap upon the ground. But every effort he made only stifled '

"Well close tLe door, at least,"' him the mare. t .
said a voice Inside the door "or This he realized. > -

we'll have to come and look out There were two pairs of hands besides ;. they won cause any u .
Andrea!" his own ready with a gestureto ", ....

"We've counted to ten, and the pluck the strangling thing from r :". .. ai/menfc

door Is still not closed. Poor Andres, his mouth but all those hands were '. or cum any

,is this our fault or yours?" helpless as his own. .
The two began to laugh. The sergeant remembered an old. "
folk tale out of his youth. And suddenly -
"Let me go first! said one. K,4 w
"Keep back you fool! I've started he saw that to struggle was to
already" kill hlmseJ. If he were to make; ,* ': :::'"" :> . . when anything satisfies it's got to

headway of any kind, he would have

flEY came scuffling and struck to relax himself in every mnsclq a,....,::'. : ... ,. .. :..'' ..:.. be right . nof'ifs" or "buts" about it. r
their shoulders against the door, I, first Then he might be able to

which shuddered open with a slight breathe.So M ."
groaning of the hinges. Into the he dropped down. His face was Chesterfields satisfy because, rst of all, ;\, ".. j
in the dust, but this did not matter,
widening of light which
shaft was He could '<>,: ... thgpg'remade of the right-kinds of mild ripe ii
r; allowed to escape Into the night inface feel the pressure ot the : ::::; o t

;f) Jh1ff)of Montana rfrSLteppSd with t rlz QeFn scarcely ,\!, 1}ht lQqcJ'{ i l,e!!t1VsUt.s..1U'"! astteilTitVEren'! in: his to cheeks.open* : a tobaccos. These {oj gps are thoroughly Ji _: 7'

'... .- 'L1s dlfflehltj .: ; (
+j (teWnH Simi( *' gist 3 { us' S .S
Their leveled revolvers drove the lie began' think of death, but ; aged and then ab blended and cross-blended. '11 i 1M, ,j ?If.t t

soldiers back iq a cOlf .,lon. But as be isuallzed would It, and aa he deter 4c ill.;,h rIt, y takes' time nd, it takes money, but : \ ,' f ' '
mined that he beat histrainragajnst
n they did not v. .
actually ler Ruirij, ..
I ) thS rockto hortenrth4 ,J 'S i :
1 was cursing them by all ure nrmei } ,IJ,1 .j > whatever k fcb'st4'fn'ftfmc"or money we do ,
''J pt his favorite uinta. w : agiAi/, be iudJenly'dlscovered"1-]. '/>- ? ft t>t i ; '
"Run! Ran., :you brindled rats swine Run-and 0 -stealers give. I I that into a needle the fever of coldness ot his was throat thrusting ., : t it fn order to 'Yeoila cigarette that's .

me a chance to I jump on you behind And then he realized that it was a "' mjlder, a cigarette that tastes better ..t.I .. .. .. .
air. It drew :
whiff of audibly
and pull back heads to
your ) cut
your thrqatj the better! Ay, run, through the horrible slaver that .3. c\ : \
filled, his mouth. His whole :
fools! Don't stand waiting!" throa. %
was growing cooler.
But they could not run.The husky S Ia.
sobbing( ot his breath, paralyzed And presently: he knew that his
life was saved And he could .
them j )
for be seemed like a. man
breathe. By degrees be was
drinking blood.
.. 'Job ae
Montana. to reduce the burning agony of r M
unaided lifted up the
fire in his lungs.
bulk ot the fallen sergeant, dragge(
Instead ot pausing to thank Cod
him Inside the door, and let his!
loosened tar this ellveraace.: with tae stub-
eight spill dow on the
borness of a hero o- of a brute, ho
floor. Staring at him, be pulled! the pl'.l
: instantly commenced making fresh
door shut again to keep in the tell
efforts to work the from his
tale broadening arm ot light that { gag N.
advanced IntQ the darkness. mquth.
Montana stepped over him and (Copyright. ItH Harper BrotherIRubrlz.

saw that Rnbriz bad turned his men' tomorrow, does a"dance.
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PRIZE IN CONTEST born to Mrs. Nina Hughes 27. on

I a station platform>> while Mer'ait-f I

ed for an elevated, train to bring

Mrs. Dave Sholtz was winner her to a hospital in this city 1 H. x

of the first prize in the South I

Florida Contracting and Engineering , nary to be done is to write OBI

Company' content tl 1 card "wht you think we should. 'e.

which is goipg on alt| |this week. cf jry in stock that we don't..

Mrs. Charles! Taylor! won second| A )Jht of the daily awards is

prize and Miss Helen. RUSell 1 shown i in this issue! Grand prizes

third.Much I JwpJ; be awarded Saturday evening

interest\' U rjejng sho.wn/to I the ftye best suggestions of
0 WJ3,IKCJTT ft UTZM Toaicco!fo.
in this contest. All that is neces-.threwe1;,. _ _:-..31k


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SOCIETY TENT SHOW TOARRIVE I:::::PERSONAL: : _. .:....:.:.MENTION..:. : : :::::I Of Last Night RICHMOND, Ind.-A nail an Catchinq

:x: : -: TODAY ------------------- inch and a half long was found in

I------------------ Newell I 1 I! Miss Dorothy Barko, who was (Continued from Page One) the gizzard of a goose killed by COLD ?
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; : for Mi spending a while in Key West, events which are to take place Fred Mahon of this city.
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress HEFFNER-VINSON COMPANY a stay of three days. left yesterday afternoon for Mi- during the remainder of the week. I p

'PHONE 752-J ami. To refer to individuals partici- A :Mayo clinic surgeon reportsa I t ,

................................................. COMING IN OVERHIGHWAY Mrs. M>. Jones, who was in Key pating in the performance would I serum which has reduced the I : :
West for several months, left yes- Edgar Taylor. Jr., who was in be to mention all. The presentationwas gangrene mortality rate by 35 per j ;
Concert Tea This Afternoon I terday afternoon for Miami. Key West for a few days, I left so far above that which had cent. i
Monday afternoon for Mara-' been anticipated that anything .
Starts Off Big Flower ShowA. I I Mrs. E. It. Lewis, who was:;: thon. | short of a mention of all those fish The than average does American the eats less inhabitant
'average -
The Heffner-Vins n players'Big I spending two days with her rl i iI I Ij participating would be an injus- leer
Tent Theater and caravan of j brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and!I I I II tice. ,Principals,..in the cast, however of any other country. t S d firit
concert tea started Key Johnston, Greenwich, Conn.; I.') I l j I J. II. Henry of Chicago, who '
1I1rs.1 {rucks and cars will arrive today Mrs. L. Di\ Pierce returned Mon- were: Richard, a,pirate chief, I. dtoPea t'u
West's annual flower show this Edwin Grant, Painesville,' ; day to the hoiami"1 has been here for one week at the vry."Joh s n Samuel, his lieit' To relieve
afternoon which l is being tag d Mrs. Sholtz; Mr. and Mrs. ;the afternoon ferry, and the l I 1 1I I Over-Sea Hotel, and enjoyed :a' tenant, Edmund; Curry; Frederick- EczemaItching n ,, tdP' t tVa

at the Key West Pubic! Library. Frickinger, Dowagiac, Mich.;" Mr.1and balance of the equipment will: Sebastian Cabrera,. Jr., who delightful stay, expects to leave' aspirate apprentice, George Mills I ,de11t+9ava
The affair started at 4:30 p. m. Mtrs.! Bentley; Mrs,\C1ayton. \ come in February 22. I was on a short business trip to+I for his home during the week. j White; MajorGeneral'Stanley, I' I
Music is to be furnibhei by the Sedgwick Cooper, Miami Beach; :i,I give skin comfort f I i
returned yesterday. Edward
The show will open :Monday Floyd Eaddy; a sergeantof
West Orchestra Mr. and Mrs. John Dos Pasos Key 1, I I i
Key Hospitality Mrs. Blanche Mitchell and police, A. E. Fisher; corporal nurses use
and hundreds of out-of-town per. West; Mr.\ and Mrs. Camby Chambers night, February 25, with a three'I Miss Lorraine Weaver, who was daughter, Miss Cornelia of Jack- Frank Alvarez; Mabel GeneralStanle's ResinolMONROE '

sons are expected to attend dur-I Key West; Mr. and Mrs;, act comedy drama From Out1 of r',,in Miami for several weeks arrived -I sonville, arrived yesterday for ta ,daughter, Mrs. Janice

ing the show. ', Robert Frost; Mrs. Eugene'O'Neil, the Sky" featuring Jimmie Heff- yesterday. visit with relatives. I Louis; Kate, Edith and Isabel THEATERZasu
A number of unusual things New York City; Mr. and Mrs. C. ner in the comedy part. High I I I other daughters of General Stan- Pitts-W. C. I
.will be on display this afternoon,t II. Stuart, Newark, N. Y. Mr. I II Fields in
; ; class vaudeville and specialtieswill Jerome D. Connor assistant Mrs. W. G. Tucker, formerly ley, Mrs. Carl Bervaldi Miss Emily MRS. WICCS OF THE I
it was announced, including ma-i and M\ -s. Barton Chapin Madison be between the I I rr'PANOPTIK
run acts. I Florida Emergency Relief Administrator -, Miss Alice McHugh, of Key West Crosland and Mrs. Arthur Brown; I I CABBAGE PATCH n
terial for Japanese flower) arrangements Conn.; Mr. and Mrs\ Edwin An eight-piece orchestra, known I,I and Mrs.\ Connor' who has been absent from the Ruth a piratical "maid of all -also-' ,

which are being furnished Thanhauser, Sandspoint, N. Y.; as "Dick Royster's Carolinians" :!I were arrivals yesterday for a[iI C[ city for more than a year, is in: work." MV-s. Eva Warner. I AM A THIEF
j I
by Mrs\ Calvin Bentley of I MT.\ and 'Mrs. George H. Bell will be one of the outstanding'stay of several days in Key West.,1'Key West and will visit for sometime Matinee Balcony10e Orclaeai
Miami Beach and shadow boxes Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.t I I : ; ; -
Chicago; features of the many attractions] 1'I with her mother and other t ti NOTICE ira 15-20c
which are being made by Mrs. Bell Chicago; Dr. and Mrs making up the show. I Henry Archer was an arrival j i i relatives before returning .to her(! i -.-, _. ; Night- ,-15-25c- BIFOCALSNo
Dave Sholtz who is spending several ! George F. Glass, Cleveland, One lady will be admitted free yesterday from \his home in II home in Erie Pennsylvania. J All vehicular traffic is pro I
weeks here. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. A: R. Hoyt on the opening night with each! wood for a visit with OilY-I' I' hibited on Duval street between I Washington' 'BirthdayCostume The stumbling jumps of !

Sponsors for the flower show,, Stanford Conn.; Mr.\ and Mrs. paid adult ticket. A seating!1, ,Mrs. Scott. Wolf, Medford, Oregon Eaton and Division streets on the correct center positioning'makes its

tea this afternoon, as announcedthis ) Watts Richmond' Buffalo N. Y.; capacity has been provided for I .Mrs. Lovick Ley returned yes- : who has been in Key West night of Wednesday. February20th. I BallFEBRUARY I optical bifocal for patients Panoptikan 'to
morning by Mrs. Wallace B.: Mr. and Mrs. W. Redmond Cross, fourteen hundred persons. terday from Miami where she for 10 days) guest at the Over- i easy '
used of
"get Jump
Kirke, are as follows: Mr. and' Bernardsville, N. J., and Mr. and The personnel making up the''I went to meet Mr. Ley, purser I,: Sea Hotel expects to leave Friday -: This order Is issued in order I as'vision from the
Mrs. Stuart W. Cramer Cramer- Mrs. Gilbert B. Perkins, Sauga- Heffner-Vinson show i'' ; passes, Distance -
express with the P. and O. S. S. Company, for Havana and from there that the street dance given under -0---
into the
ton, S. C.; Mr. and Irs. AlbertjEnjoyable tuck, Conn. themselves as being very glad to and to go on the S. S. Florida for a I t will go through the Panama Canal the auspices of the Key West Administration 22, 1935 I I4' It eliminated.portion Sidewalks segments curbs!

.. know that they are returning to short visit to Havana ._, and the west coast ea.rqtutehome. as a part of the .... -
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-- s" rt. -- -, up -O---- e 'ant, jrIttheir.'
L. .- : L 4 Key,West again to be among their -h: Ii. t, II w .... w week'scelebration will not be in-I !# and tips appear'* ; true
Key West' Society Attends many friends, and promise a good Carl Rom, 'senior radio electrician t terferred with. Dinner 7.8 h normal- postions.i r.. a : t

I A .; .ii show at each performance beginning with theA }lighthouse-\ff j,l Subscribe to 'The i Citizen. I II All operators' of automobiles !li'l._ ,Dancing -12:30. :DR..J.fAl-V: ALDESO.taOKO.

,:1Op rol Staged, LastEvening8Society"turned'out Monday evening February partment, left yesterday afte-- and other vehicles will please I ' $2.00 PERJPERSON' Sol .L t. LSc. .
::1 25, in the big tent in Stowcrs noon for Miami to make repairs'I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING:'serve this order.WILLIAM. Ob-j .. "V\; .. ... t *--
Park corner of Duval and Division and adjustments on the radio telephone , WORKS. 514 MARGARET (ST.!I H.. MALONE l ; 'q-A SA JJ:4;:: R.TN A A 532 Du..I Street . ,
'' Pirates two1'equally likeable lots -
'en mastsc! } streets. on the Tender Poinciana. '''I PHONE 152M. Cot t lc20 feb19-2t Mayor. li4- F,
'l lill' night' and''"attended the "Pi=; went;splendid.The'costumeaTvorn. ::1"> i '."" I v;*,K?:* r Na
dates "of Pefizatice," Gilbert and by the principals ........................ - I II
Sullivan operetta, staged at Fort and, indeed, by the entire r ..._..,....:. ... .: ; : -,......,..,... .' / .'...- v % ?
Dillworth in the Fort Taylor reser- cast, were especially designed for -THE WEATHER I
vation here.Besides the operetta by :Mrs. Joseph Cates, %** 3msTEm
I and ........................ I
socially prominent Key;i I Miss! Mary Louise Spottswood
Westers and members of the win- Ralph Gunn and these people de- Temperature II
ter colony here, a number of distinguished nerve special commendation on Highest ......................._........_.. ..67 x xI
visitors and notables, their fine imaginations in the car- Lowest ........._...................._._....6 1 I
from all over the country were to ."rying out of the colors and styles Mean\ ...._._....................?........__64 .
be seen in the audience. I presented, for the costumes were Normal :Mean _._.............___....71 I
The operetta itself was a stupendous -i, lovely, and to them is due much Rainfall ::5 '

success, worthy of the i I of the success and color of the Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. EXPRA COST \ nafi -
highest prai' It anythingbut entire production.
e. was I I Normal Precipitation .... .06 Ins.
an amateurish presentation,' Deserving of much credit arealso q
TfcU record ratrrn 4 I
for every single member of the the Directorial Staff in charge TBtlinj .( N o'clock, thin morning. ', it 'dpi s yt S.y aa:> ?Ma; "'

cast played their roles in a truly:|i!j I of the affair and the Technical Tomorrow' Almanac F : ;

professional manner, even adding, Stiff as well as the fine coopera- Sun rises ...__..-...-.- 6:57 a. m.

freshness, lightness, gaiety and tion of the large and very capable Sun seta ..-.._......._........ 6:25 p. m.
verve that might possibly have I orchestra, led by Miss Edna Smith, Moon rises ._..... 9:18: p. m. 5
been lacking in a 'strictly professional handling the musical score. This Moon sets ..__..____.. 8:26 a. m.Tomorrow' SAFETY i ia
production. orchestra was made up of not
I Tide '
The principal members of the only local musicians but a num-
east were all in exceptionallyfine I ber from Miami augmented by A.M. GLASS Y y'a '
LM.r' at
voice and are to be compli- Richard Principale and several High ..._._11:27 11:59 f yE n ? iS 9H fALL

.. .__.._.... 5:06 5:29 \ -
mented for their excellent hand other members of the Casa Ma- Low ._ :
ling of their parts, which they rina Orchestra.The Barometer at 8 a. m. today: s :

played and fang with commend- entire production, from beginning Sea level 30.32. 7' ) '.5 I -,, -, 4
able abandon tempered with a fine to end, was an unmitigat- Lowest Highest AROUND '___ *
re traint. ed success and indeed a treasureof
StationLast Night Yesterday -S
Nor were the principals alonein music song and drama for the S
their good work. Those essaying people of Key West, who responded Abilene .._... 40 68
the roles of the MajorGeneral's nobly and were loud in their Atlanta .._.__ 34 58 "" -
daughters were dashing and praises of the occasion, which Boston .___ 22 42 S :- 5- : ,

charming. and the Policemen and they enjoyed to the fulL t Buffalo ._.__... 20 28 a S rt-- .,..w ... t mrk
Charleston 40 64 e

Chicago .?........ 26 40 :

Manifested In Denver ....,._ 32 56 g:y Yt
Great Interest
i Detroit ...___,_.. 20 34 ,
Galveston .__ 54 70
Costume Ball On Friday NightThe 'Havana ........... 66* -

I r Huron .........._.... 22 42
Grand Costume Bali to be Wallace: Bryant Kirke; Mrs. Rob- Jacksonville m_" 48 64

held Friday night of this week at! cit Spottswood, Miss Mary Louise Kansas City..... 32 54
Casa Marina has excited a great*Spottfwood Mrs. II. Minnick and I KEY WEST __ 61 67
deal of interest and anticipation.* Miss\ Natalie Minnick of : Little Rock .--. 38 56
and more and more promises to''| field. Connecticut and t Los Angeles ...... 54 82
be an outstanding social &ucct'ss.1 l' McCullough and Miss Ridge-I'\ I Louisville .......... 32 48

A large number of socially I I I. Cullough of New York City. Miami _......_........ 50 68
prominent Key Westers, winter : It is expected that much ingeniousness Minneapolis ..--. 12 34
colonists and visitors to the city individuality and I I New Orleans .... 52 70 S -uiit'-4 S -- -
hive expressed' themselves an more modernism will be expressed in the I New York ........ 30 44 I :

thin'suaItr'infireftt'd''' 'in'the' I t'ustnmeIthst will be in evidence I Pcnsacola! .......... 48 66 .-
fair; including Mr!!!'. William af-I. it'tbe'baU"and society'confi.itnt- Pittsburgh ........ 30 38 LUGGAGE BUILT IN FENDERS --.rIG

Malone, wife of Mayor Malone; :;: 1 Ir looks forward to a very large I St. Louis .......... 36 1 50 .xU,1nch ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jui\, &"LarnenfUfll: ::1 tgmn P1'fash! ;:I Fait Lake City. 36 56 rF't 4- ..B i 6.. J
Washington, I>.*C.; Mr. and Mrs.r 'ton's Birthday. \:. Fan Francisco .. 52 66 COMPARTMENT .A RIDINGCOMFORT TO i MATC -

. tai;;" ,_ e fir'1.1 "\t: : h.tL .. .. -__ Seattle .....____ 48 CO TIRESAtftBALLOON\
-X ---r r +-T-- --"t"T. --- Tampa u_.......-... 54 li4 /
Dance I Katharine Kingsley _of New York Washington ...n. 32 50 BUILT IN BODY ,

City and Miss Charlotte Mac- Williston .......... 16 32 c-
At Country Club Moran of Port Huron, Michigan. -
I )Ir. Nicholson, prominent news. WEATHER FORECASTTill
the of executive is !!
Following presentation paper vice-president, a a
the "Pirates of Penzance" Gilbert treasurer and general manager of' ( 8 p. m., Thursday) d I ,
and Sullivan operetta last night : the Tampa Daily Times. Key West and Vicinity: Fsir
the officials of the Key IVestl! Much to his regret he finds it and continued' cool tonight and!
Country Club held, a dance honor.' necessary to make his departure Thursday; moderate to fresh FORD built many dollars of extra value into beauty=new "Comfort Zone" riding-All pas

ing the members of the cast. a j tonight, but the other members of': north winds 1935 Ford V-8. and then reduced the HERE'S THE AVERAGE EXTRA.engen now ride, cradled between the axles, in: J
This dance, an invitation one, the party Mrs. Nicholson and Florida: Fair tonight probably '
COST TO APPROXIMATE the "Comfort Zone. Front and back
was a lovely affair, and a fitting Mjst>es Kingsley and MacMoran light frost in north and in interior price. arc

tribute to the people who had expect to remain until the latter of central portion; Thursday Safety glass all around at no extra cost. now wider. There is more leg room. Fordoi.
done so beautifully in their roles part of the week. FORDEXTRA Sedans' six
\ fair.East "Comfort Zone riding which gives back passengers-comfortably.
i in the operetta earlier in the eve-; Gulf: Moderate north

ning.A. I Durable and easy to operate a winds, fresh over south portion. seat passengers a "front seat ride." A DOLLAR VALUE No matter what you may want in 'car-_

special dance program had plaster spray gun developed :n I luggage compartment, built into the car. -" style, safety, speed, power, economy, rugged i

been arranged for the occasion! Germany applies the mortar in KAPPA PIWashington's I Fenders that match, the body. Big, 6.00 FEATURES: endurance or comfort-the Ford V-8for 1935'
and the large number of persons uniform. coatings resulting in the BirthdayDANCE x16"
air-balloon extrawidetread .
tires )
present enjoyed the later hours of smooth finish desired by' architects \ ( Safety-Class all around S 7.50 to$10.00, .will meet Tourneeds. See this car today. If

the evening had almost the preceding as thoroughly hours,| and builders.CHILDBIRTH. : Study these features carefully ,If they were Trunk for Baggage .- 3&00. :t you study it, feature by feature, you will agree .
aa they ,
during which the operetta was in J LEFT HER Friday Night I not provided as part of the purchase price, you (If set IMaiIt ) I I- . It is the biggest dollar value in Ford history. e':'

-progress. J CUBAN CLUB vpuld find they:represented an'extra cost runComfortrideecp; pme t 2 .OO I And if you drive' it--you will buy it.. .

THIN, WORN, NERVOUS Gent 7Se Ladies Free .1 Ding into many additional dollars., But ,they (Whoi Mt butt h) ( .

Tampa Residents Fenders to Match 7.50tolMet ; AND UP, F. O.,B. DETROIT,'
i are all included of the Body
"After birth of my baby I 'was in the delivered price r "' ry.s..,t'.ri "-n-w.
On Visit Here \thin nervous, run-down. The first MUNSON ISLANDFISHING 1 I I ,new Ford V-8. . Take this fact into considers6:0011&" Air.BaDooa tfi4R49 5 v......, n..........., ,<

-.- I bottle of Vinol (iron tonic) helped.It CAMP f lion when ___b 1i ns. . 9.60 ,.4n-.-......
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Recent visitors to Key West for gave me strength, needed

"La Semana Alegre" include: Mr.'weight."-Mrs. M. Gunstone. Guides Belt and Fishing Boats on AvailableSea Coast I Consider also the improved Ford V-8 engine; Total . . $7160:
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.1 Office for ,Reser.atione Ramrod Key; Post TREVOR & MORRIS Inc.

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