The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00402
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 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: UF00048666:00402
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Press Day Wire West, Florida, has the /
Service. 1e Wtt tt.tt.rn.Key
tlttJt t < equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the ; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 1.1. Fahrenheit


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I Supervision Of ;Budget Spending BAKER AND STONE i i SUNDAY CONCERT PLANE LEAVES ,'MRS. BOTSFORD'S ,= Great Strength Of Majority


Party Revealed In

Recommendations Submit CRIMINAL COURT S --



Expenditures Greatly I -
The program" for the concert to The second excursion flight to FOG FLIGHT Activities Of Adminis-
Discussed WEEK I I''be JN
given tomorrow afternoon by Old Fort Jefferson on one of the NINC

NUMBER OF CASES ON DOCK. the Key West Hospitality Band Dry' Tortugas was made today trationBy

was announced this The RADIO REPORT GIVES POSITION
morning. when the Commodore seaplane of
By BYRON PRICE ET TO BE DISPOSED OF Jacob Baker, one of the assist- band is directed by Alfredo Bar- At 7 o'clock last evening the
(thlrf of lIur .u. The A.rurlatrd the Miami-Key West Airways, OF AMELIA EAR.
rrr... Ua.hlBKl... I ants to Harry Hopkins, Federal roso. coroner's HERBERT PLUMMER
which inves-
DURING SESSION I I Inc., took off for the famous old was
Two principal question are 1 L The concert will be given in HART'S PLANE TODAY llr A.._!.UJ Prr..)
Emergency Relief Administrator I I I tigating the death of Mrs. Edith
fort with 15 aboard.
passengers )
ED TO LAST ONE WEEK ;I i Colonial Park and is to start at 4 WASHINGTON, Jan 12.-It
raised in congresske.&tdiscussion
current arrived by plane this morning:, o'clock. Those making the flight included -:1! C. Botsford, rendered a verdict fly AnnorUtrd FT*..)

of Mr. Roosevelt' bud i The program follows: Jacob Baker, one of three as-:'I Ito i the effect that the deceased SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. required no wide stretch of
Criminal court for the January from Washington via Miami accompanied March. sistants to Fed- imagination, even those
Harry Hopkins, 12.The among
To the inevitable Mackay radio
get menage. Overture-"From Dawn to Twi- i j I came to her death as the resultof reported -
term will by Julius F. Stone, Jr., eral Emergency Relief Adminis- not *o familiar with political division
debate over how much to spend U convene Monday morn- light. : an unavoidable automobile accident today that Amelia
trator. Mr. Baker arrived in
Florida Emergency Relief Administrator Fox Trot-"Two.>Lovers." com on capitol hi'l! to realize
ing with Judge J. Harris Earhart Putnam
added 11:35
another debate 'over the at a.
< Jr.
Waltz by King -::- "Persian pany with Julius R1 Stone,' ,
method of.supervising the spend' presiding. This was announced at Moonlight.1 Florida'Emergency Relief J'Admin- .* The- inquest 10'continued from m. Pacific time, apparentlywas what a powerhouse'the democrat

iDI' the court house this morning. Mr. Baker 'comes 'for the purpose ,March. istrator; on''this''1l1orning's'plane 'Thnrsday''bl"gan' the takingof flying in a fog off the have in 'the 74th congress.
Waltz by Ivanoviei"Dantibc' ,
of looking over the accom- from Miami. One only had to down from
the gaze
testimony'of principal wit California
For the moment it ia the secondof Among the defendants to be Waves. coast after sight-I
plishments of the local administration -* "Selection "The Rise of Rosi4 '.' .Othen'ni&kirig the'flight to Fort,;nessesJ' in I the case, L.. M. Ed- ing land 10:49 the galleries of either senate or
these debates which is attracting tried are: : :' during the preceding'-eix': O'Reilly." Jefferson:besides fMr:"Baker1 and*:' munds, Martin Key'' and MissArtie at a. m. and house'on'the
'I' opening' day of the
major attention on capitol hill. Harry Sawyer, maliciously destroying months,'
Monday. j Star Spangled Banner by Key. crick 'Wagner, Inez Fasser, Josephine -'+l l Edmunds, driver of the Santa Cruz, 75 miles south,I*i cession to grasp the true'meaning
The totals struck off in the Presi-
personal property. Mr. Stone has been making a Young Prescott Frost, Carol'''!automobile in which Mrs. of here- j j of what happened last Novem.I .

dent's message are obscured by a Samuel Kelly, assault and batter tour of the different districts in LIQUOR CASE WILL .Frost, Lilian Frost B. M.\ Duncan ford, Miss Barton and Mr.Bot.s-I She started from Honolulu I j her 6.

the state and will remain until* Gertrude Gates Bernie C. Papy,!
difference of opinion whether he )'. were companions, told a !! Representative Snell)) of New
o early next week when he will 1 : yesterday at 4:45 p. m. on a
BE HEARDMONDAY George W. Hoey, Betty Maloney'and connected story of the catastrophe York, republican leader of the
or congress should decide how the Viola Knowles, vagrancy. leave for Miami where he is sched 'and Ernest Meres. I which was essentially the 2,400 mile flight to California -! house, expressed it when he in-

money la to be allocated. Edwin Carey, alias Pompcy, as- uled for an address as guest speaker -I : Miss Gates is Southeastern regional | rame as told The Citizen and a stretch never flown i troduced Joe Byrns; of Tennesseeas

at a meeting of the Committeeof DEALS WITH LOCAL COMPANY -: social service supervisor, i which issueoaf the next speaker.
appeared in the
The general subject is not a sault and battery. One Hundred. I I I solo by any flier. j 1 "Three times now," said the
SELLING GOODS and arrived this morning on the this paper on Wednesday. j portly New Yorker "have I introduced
new one to most members of con- William Beschejl} assault with Afterward he will be heard on 111.1'1'1111..8 -
plane for a visit,, of several days. Miss Barton's story and that to this body my success-
gress. Perhaps no other questionof intent to commit robbery. the air giving an outline of the WITHOUT LICENSE I of Mr. Key corroborated the de-i ful rival for the speakership. But

rehabilitation program in Key of DAYS NAMED INUTILIZATION every cloud has a silver lining. I
scription Mr.
legislative policy has been so Sam Bloom, selling liquor DEMOLAY ORDERTO Edmunds. P. Garcia -:
West. His broadcast is being given .I on- ;i have seen the day when the mcinbership -
1 caled
was to stand and
Both without the necessary license. Hearing a writ of habeas | this.side
surrounded with controversy. through the courtesy of JesseII. on was almost axi
: corpus issued out of circuit courtin MEET SUNDAYMembers gave evidence showing he had OF i large as that the other "
methods of supervision: have been, Cases which have been con Jay, manager of WIOD station the matter of the City of Key given the automobile a thorough on side. 1

tried and both have led very: tinued from previous terms of > Miami Beach.C.SAMB. j West versus B. C. Papy member (; overhaul and made repairs which VOLUNTEER TIMEs It was 2,400 equally New clear Bill that the i j
were Tuesday.
I lof the Saunders Wholesale
promptly to charges of political court docketed for this term are: Groceries of the degree team of Chief democratic leadership on the hill,
CURRY Co., Inc.. will be heard be- Deputy Clements Jay-
favoritism. I John Hinson and Ray Ilcnder- I fore Judge Jefferfon B. Browne/ Robert J. Perry Chapter, Order of. cocks told of his investigationo .particularly that of the house: of I

Political Favoritism Charge I ton, breaking and entering with Monday morning 10 o'clock. .1 DcMolay, will hold a practice t following the accident, in association WEDNESDAY ,AND THURSDAYSET representatives, will take no -

In the old days, when congress intent to commit a felony, to wit. TAKING CENSUS I The Saunders company was.fin-J morrow morning at the Scottish with Peace Justice Rogelio ASIDE FOR ACTIVITIES I which chances is theirs.with the juggernaut

specified in its appropriations grand larceny., .ed $210 in police court this week' ; Rite Hall at Eaton and Simontonstreets. i t Gomez, coroner ex-ffieio. With-' f iI.
i ijn a.short time,after the-Jast-wit IN i I..The.determined; ,ussault'.on-the
IN KEYSECTIONENUMERATOR cma' charge' of* selling f ntoxlcating *- - - - PROGRAM"OF"KEY"WEST1ADMINISTRATION
hWalid Antonio ilicrles gambling?
bills! where'every so-called
penny' discharge
rule-by which
I liquor without having the I I Jack Key and Fred Knight who ness was heard the jury returned .
Alfred Scott and. Felix Gibson, 145 members of the house t
was to be spent-what harbors the verdict. can
proper license. Attorney W. Curry:received the first degree last Tuesday
were to be dredged and what assault and battery. 'Harris, representing the defend t'' will have the DeMolay degree The jury was composed of !: force a vote on any measure

towns given new post offices-' Reynold Roig, resisting and obstructing FOR MONROECOUNTY ants, asked for issuance of the II III conferred on them at the next Phillip R. Clements':, foreman; |malities launched the minute that the for-
habeas writ. 'I meeting.TODAY'S Ulric Gwynn, W. F. Collins, Rex Key Werters who volunteered of opening the session
there was plenty of complaint.! an officer in the dis- SECURING DATA I corpus f
were concluded is
proof of thisI
I II Shaw Franklyn Arenberg and
The charge of his duty. nearly two million hours of work
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"youhelpimeandI'llhelpyou" ---- -- -- -- ---- This rule bedeviled .
Victor Laurie, assault and bat ON FARM PRODUCTION AND I Bertis Sterling. !in the rehabilitation of Key Wed 'I the administration
method of log-rolling
un- during the last
The body of Mrs. Botsford has ,
questionably served up a lot of tery. OTHER OPERATIONSC. been for interment are being asked to give their time'''(and its death warrant was signed

political gravy for favored con John Chester Stone, Jack Mil- Il r WEATHERFlorida 1 1) the Lopez prepared Funeral Home and will by 1 Wednesdays Thursdays of. months ago. It was subjected to
ner and John Roberts, grand lar I
gressional districts. each week such early attack
be sent by express this afternoonto J. Gerry Curtis direc largely because
More recently-supposedly in ceny. Sam B. Curry, clerk of the a daughter, Mrs! Harold A. tor of the works division of the advance perusal of the bills ready '
order to minimize the logrollingand : criminal court has been appointedcensus I I Temperature : Fair, slightly warmeron Smith in New York City. Key West Administration for introduction the moment the

the politics-the "lump sum" RELIEF OFFICESTRANSFERRED enumerator for Monroe highestLowest ..75. the cast coast tonight; Sunday nounced this morning. an(I j rules I under which the house acts

method has been followed. Underit County, District 44-1 of the ....... ..........._....G4 were adopted disclosed enough to
congress simply appropriates a1' -econd supervisor's district of Mean ...-... .70I I ... ;;.. G r=1 ceu "'tou. WILL CELEBRATE Under the plan approved today make the hair of those in authority -
total amount, and the President'' TONAVALQUARTERS Florida. I I Normal Mean e ._.__69 ;-fs -:\ i II M004I @ by Mr. Curtis and M, E. Gilfond, gray perceptibly.

allocates it upon supposedly expert -I': This commission as enumerator! Rainfall t ANNIVERSARY OFROLUNSCOLLEGE acting administrator, those two'''1 Some 2,400 had been dumped

advice. provides for a complete census: Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.i iI i 2A::1 J:: days will be devoted entirely to'' into the hopper. They ranged the

:The result has been even more of farms and all data connccte,1with Normal I>Precipitation... .08 Ins.i I .J) t the utilization of volunteer, war scale of almost everything iwagink -
vigorous charges of political wire-t them. The enumerator must, .f....*. f fufji.rear,. :4-....? p.rl..tI iJ It ;} t Monday. Tuesday and Friday, able.
pulling and favoritism. In 1 I railing Hi N .....k ...1. iu raUa I I, !'i it .
manydistricts secure the name, age, and race I lfi.-"f NJ? I was said will be regular workdays f Majority To Legislate
the republican congres- ALL EQUIPMENT IN ADMINISTRATION of the farm operator. i 1 Tomorrow' Almanac i ': rt) :" ", 'I..')!,.. I when the usual operations of 1 I I I I With the rule changed to require -
sit ttal campaign of last year was BUILDING BEING Other inquiries relate to the Sun rises ._ 7:14 a. m.: I'{. ll',.) FIFTIETH YEAR OF FLORI I the administration will be carried 218 members of the.ho/jse:

based almost entirely on such farm acreage, class of land, valueof .Sun sets 5:58 p. m.: ?rJr J &% j on with work relief. Wednesday j; or a majority'to force, JB piece of?
charges the administration bei.ig REMOVED TODAY IN ACTIVITIES ?fliloon' rises ._. .. .. DA'S FIRSTIINSTITUTION' and '
: J:03'p.: m.Mdtlhjsets Thursday will be olunteer
i farm./number of dwellings occupied legislation-onto the
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...... Warmer FaiI. I : ftpgsi fHr a
accused handing out the ...?...... 1:00 : t .1. : ; t '
of and unoccupied, number a. In. tr :' L''tq'B :; OBSERVED ON JANUARY days and Saturday and Sunday vote, the new house! 'friymyiraie: of
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money where it would do the most of labours'; tn"Hted help" livestock ! 'I i Tomorrow .Tides':": I I'I incrQMi; doudinesJ slightly ; will be rest days. \ I I Byrne Bankhead'arid 1H '..onnor-

good at the ballot box. production ,o/ {/m/vU) eggs. I '_ :,'A 1U. t.,., :'.P.11 i warmerprobably! light rain in ex: 29., tot" In an effort to rush many projects epeaktV'ftoor: "lea; der, :Hand? chair

Old Dispute Revived I Today is moving day at the and every activity of the peopleon High,_. -..?..-. 5:16. .14:65i berne north portion Sunday gh t: :riThe to completion so that winter man' of the'' tales Committee(, rt"spectively'will .
' : r "
Democratic leaders in
congressappear : the :. residents will have an opportunityto : be' able ,
'' district offices of the Florida holdings Low .??-!947-x. t I Jacksonville to Florida Straits.: ? 'J o jjfc far
perfectly confident that : Relief Administration.By Altogether. there arc about JOO JJarometer at-lt.a. in.,. today; I .Moderate ..ftortfr''sihffrirfgt'Yo east t -\iSteeSnd'1 faculty of. benefit by them, the'..admintsi -( in holding the house'. :, membership;
the President will have his way,I Emergency to'be 1 Rollins'' have issued i tration is utilizing the volunteer I in checfc ,
Monday, all offices of the ad- questions asked, ,by the-enu: ,$caf level, 30.03. or southeast winds and fair'wea'thcr cbllege invitations i
that his recommendation for a I merator and those questioned are I' tonight.and Sunday. to the exercises commemorating -I I hours which were pledged by Key I Already they have served notice
ministraiton will have been moved I
..- J"lump sum" appropriation' will be I and set in the Marine barracksin requested to assist him in every Lowest HighestStation East Gulf: Moderate northeast the Fiftieth Anniversary of' West citizens last' July.I I this is exactly what they intend to
adopted. the Naval Station ground manner possible to insure quick! Last Night Yesterday I j''shifting to east or southeast windsI the founding of Florida's first i institution -I An appeal has been made for do.
I They seem a little surprised,!'I Although removal of furnitureand results in the compiling of re;Abilene 58 74 I j jj I'I becoming fresh over northwesti of higher learning. all persons who pleaded volun-j I "The majority of this house:
however, at the promptness and Atlanta This ,1 I teer hours at that time to work !j must legislate in this "
and also the 36 54
hault- ports required accuracy -j portion Sunday. college was founded by congress: ,
vigor with which the isue has'' equipment very nearly ', (I Boston 20 40 I i the General Congregational Association ;them out within the next few shouted O'Connor in his opening
been raised various ed operations of the admini>: j months. Volunteer hours be. I
; republicansthe tra-I'j I Mr. Curry has just returned 1.: Buffalo 22 30 Wl: TIla: CONDITIONS of Florida and the exercises -i arc speech demanding the change.
who commented on budget i!I tion well today, work was carried the j I 1 I from a trip to points on the Keys Charleston 46 70 'I'I : will be held in the Congregational fin used only on projects which|I I I A'nd looking down upon a scene
message did notfigures mention the! as as possibleDuring 'and of his: Chicago 28 34 A which is i Church at (will be genera! benefit where almost two-thirds of the
of the offices reports a large part 1 I high pressure area Orange City, -
!! early part
at all but did object to, were in the old Jefferson work accomplished. He will return Denver 38 50 ''i crested this' morning over the Florida 3 o'clock in the afternoonof : : I II I entire membership belongs to one
simply turning a new relief fund I open i Detroit 18 j'j'j 29. party it is not difficult to
I 1 Hotel building, but as the morning to his duties after the adjournment 32 Lake region overspreads most sections January i LOST ANCHOR so grasp;
over to the executive branch of and of criminal court next 1 Galveston 58 64 1(I from the Mississippi Valley; The first of the series will 1 ., the significance of O'Connor's de
ii more more
the government without detailed!!i}iof the work was handled in the week. I Havana 68 eastward, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., memorialize the meeting of The mand.
instructions as to its expenditure Marine barracks. Huron 18 28 30.42 inches; while a trough of I General Congregation of Florida I

This was not because the rt'pubjlicans !' The office of the acting admin 'Jacksonville 48 76 I low pressure extends from the which convened with the Congregational -j I AGED BRIDEGROOM

were not intensely inter I istrator! the director of the works SANTAELLA CO. I Kansas: City ...... 42 52 I Dakotas southward to the Rio Church of Orange City! I
i cst cd in the figures themselves,: .... I LOCATED IN OFF
)' division, the housing departmentand KEY WEST 64 75 Grande Valley with a disturbanceover January 27 to 29, 1885-Ht was HARBOR
but because many of them preferred -:; the supervisor and case aides TO'' ''I Little Rock _... 40 62 I I Colorado Denver, '29.54 i in-, j''!r.H ;ityf)>! P: '*! :ofd fathering , MALLORY DOCK THIS TRIFLE TOO JAUNTY
to let that feature of .the OPENJONDAY: occurred
;!j of the social service department Los Angeles ..._ 50 60 ches. Light rains have lI the movement was launched
case wait for more mature reflec-l:: are on first floor of the barracks. I f LouisvUle _. 32 44 I during the .last 24 hours in wes t- which resulted in the founding MORNING
tion. The other i issue presented I] Duals 54 76 central Florida, Missouri Arizonaand Rollins'College.Speakers '
The second floor is given over to : PRACTICALLY I (< an immediate target because it the engineering department the' SAME FORCE Minneapolis ...... 6 12 on the north Pacific coast IOf !: to be heard! will be After a search for several days BUDAPEST. Jtn. 12.Married

revived an old topic of political I j j recreation and beautification department EMPLOYED LAST YEAR It New Orleans .... 48 70 and there has been light snow i in ."Edward M. Noye,"/D. P,, for an anchor which was lost.Frf(- for the eighth time, 78-year-old

depute. !I publicity department' .' New York ...,... 28 44 portions of the Lake region, the pastor emeritus; of the First day night of last week from the Joszef Vajda, wealthy farmer of
No one doubts that the figures, office of the social service director TO BE USED Pensacola _?..... 46 72 I I northern Rocky Mountain States Church, Newton Center Massachusetts -I Steamer Brazos of the .Clyde- ty'j'ak; Hungary attempted a

in their own right will command 1: and the art director. The sanitary Pittsburgh 26 42 :, and Utah. Temperatures haveI ,, now minister of the Mallory Lines, the searchers ,succeeded youthful gesture as he brought
real attention all in good .time.. department and the f St. Louis 38 48 i I I risen in the upper :Mississippi Val-t : Tourist Church, Seabreeze, Day- in locating it this morning his bride home from the church.
Mr. Roost-veil's request for $4-|t and statistics researchC Announcement was made this(;Salt Lake City. 28 42.,ley Plains States and central and i tona Beach, and Rev. Jay T. The search was carried on by He jauntily from the

000.000.000 for unemployment their, offices on the third floor. morning from the office of the I San Francisco ..46 58 I I western Texas and have fallen i inmost f Stocking D. D.. minister! of the: members of the' United States En high carriage sprang intending to help his
relief, while regarded by some as company that the A. Santaella] !1 Seattle .._. 36 42 other sections of the country t'Pilgrim Congregational Church.I gineer's Department now operat(I I descend from the ve-

too largo, is not nearly large i'. Cigar factory will{ reopen Monday;Washington ._ :34 46 'with readings of zero or below -' St. Louis. Mo., now Moderator of i ing in the harbor and was conduct hide new spouse and broke his leg.
enough.. for others. I, morning with practically the same Williston 12 26 in northern Michigan and i the General Council of the ConI -i ed from the department's launch,!I I
Some high un in the administra-' City Service Gas and Oils force of employes which was employed I Montana. Temperatures are still I gregational,, and Christian Churcb-I Biscayne. '
Jion have been talking about a'. And best Mechanical Experts last year. WEATHER FORECASTI near on above normal throughoutthe ;; es in the United States. I As soon as found William Wick' DANCETonifLt

sum twice as large; and amend to match For the purpose of taking an-I greater part of the country,,t Another feature of the afur-I ers, well known local diver went
ment for sharp revisions upward l Let us estimate on your nual inventory activities in the I (Till 8 p. m., Sunday) being abnormally low only i in i noon's exercises will be unveiling I i down and made a line fait. Later From 10 Till 7RAUL'S

were in preparation among congressional REPAIR JOBS factory, work ceased on December 1 Key West and Vicinity: Fair I northern Michigan western Montana of a memorial tablet This will be J I in the day the Lighthouse Tender, CLUB Y"

left-wingers almost before -i Lou Smith Service Station! 20. At that time there were I tonight; Sunday partly cloudy and northern New England.G. followed by a reception and tea I|I f Ivy, nag the forward crane, Bob Pinder and lira Orchestra

lie :;; program be-I White at Catherine Phone.522 approximately 130 persons em land slightly warmer; gentle to S. KENNKOY. f rt tendered by the woman of the I{, raised the anchor and brought t'] Gents $1.00 plat tax
c' .h iden.t.s I 1 ployed. I moderate easterly winds. Official in Charge.[church and the community. 'to the Mallory dock. j Ladi* Fre. .




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BirthdavsDr. Today's Horoscope
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t Tin: cmziI'linisiiixu! I>afly l-.ccf'\ Sunday: co.. Jjy INC.: President Arthur T. Hadley of Yalo amirror s..........e.seoss. ese. !l.,I,I .............e.a..s....

.. u -\KT.u.\X.. I'reulde.t. has made a valuable contribution to tho Robert Underwood Johnson j 1: You who are born this day are

Proiu The Citizen ISullJIni of New York. editor, author. di'l|I i endowed with much definition of
Corn.r Crteii and Ann StreetsI. current discussion concerning the ad- : '
rector of the Hall of Fame born'in ,, much arduous labors. Do not allow -

Laity Newspaper lit Key west and Monroe visabality of trying to make "collegemeu" .. ,HEBE IS BELIEVED to be the first Mt of ; Washington D. C.. 82 jearsj'}i!! your sympathies too much

County.. out of unsuitable material.It 4: )'/..pneumatic tire manufactured for an auto, ago. t\i: prominence. There is a grain of
- -- w ; produced In 1895 by the United States Rubber -
nt Til at Key \V -M. Florida, as second iljs matter .+ I'I in this position!! and
would naturally be supposed that a I Company for the above car. auto was I ideal Standish Backus of Detroit ,' mytictem
r'IL't r-.LTU! KH s m Fa ed and made by Charles Durjra, eeatvd, t' ? I of the Burroughs Adding :! authorship may be easy of attain-
the head of a great university would stress ) i .. and was known as the "Chlea&o1nnu"{ because r president -
.Mrmbrr 41 f the Ak.orla . Associate.! ITess 18 eicluilvely entitled to list tho importance of a college education November 3 3t I i i
; regardless t} ;; In the. United States In. Chicago on W i years ago. j E I
.li 'atlon of all news d.a i>atchfc crulitfd U IA .
: .r rpul (
.. .If ; 58, 1895. The race -- I I I champion born 41i
It or not otherwise lierfc.MUM II r was run otrr 18 Inches e ,, i I
puUUht-d i igrapher.
lov.il nw x ., t Claude M. Fuess. noted liio i .
!t ago.Subscribe
: ual o'-snow. 'f Joh years
'IIIITIOUATIS leading educators, are coming to realize : headmaster of Phillips

l-ne Year _ . .._.-. $10 00MX Academy, Andover, )Ia.'., bornat
Months '::..::='::::'.:.:-::--,-- 6.01: that for the vast majority of young people l for The Citizen.
tree Iunthll _._..-,-- 2.SOn ", ; HUSBAND TO LIVE w .w Waterville N. Y., 50 year i
Month _._.._....._......._.. -.. .- .111 the four years required by a college With T61a 14- ear-old ' 'e ago. :
W..ekly ...___.._................_..._...-__.. .-..- 21 ., Bride H-j earoldAirs. w BENJAMIN LOPEZ
.Unln-I'II\U: : UATKSMal : course is largely a waste of time, money FJsle Stewart I Dr. Mordecai W. Johnson I FUNERAL HOMEI
1" Known OB apt.luatlon. and effort. We \ Grone of Philadelphia 1 Washington .ublUhJ 49 Years
quote Dr. Hadley in + president of Howard Univ., I I >>
'''; .\NOTICE: I ,; who after a 1I '
W... OI.ett24Hour
All reading notice*, cards. of thanks, resolutions cir part: a ; decision rendered recently :. ,,..,,, I D. C.. born at Paris Tenn., I Key
tc.. will be chare ** for axle ... .R ' f Ambulance Service
-II'P"-tt. rbituary notice : by Judge Rouen 43;) years ago
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rate of 10 c*. 'a line.Notices "" I I' Embalmer
a "People engaged in public instruc- t, / will be permitted ( t I IJcenied >>
churches from
for tniertaimutnt
to live with her Pho. 135 NitKt 696-W
revenue is to be derived are 5 centa a line. ;; I George! Carjw-itu-r, onetime
The Citizen Is an open forum and latiua discus tion are inclined to go too far in thinkingthat '. -year-old husband .
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.I..r.-t but it will" not publish anonymous communtu everyone should be encouraged to
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purpose his schooling to the furthest :
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degree. They lament what seems to rA LEAMINGTON
th.eS t6w t 4
them the highly inadequate proportion of W ec ; r LINDBERGH NURSE :
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elementary school children who to the s Betty Gow Is expected
the truth it go
WILL always seek and print ;S'4 to be one of the State' t

without! fear and without favor; never be high schools and of high school pupils who A . Yt ,rG. most Important wit- : NE Itt Street at Biscayne Boulevard
1 : nesses.T : Overlooking Bayfront Park and Biscayne Bay : t
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; proceed to college; and they glory in any 4.r a Opposite UnUa Ba Station :

always fight for progress; never\ be the or-
increase of these proportions. They seem; LIVING LAWN l\IOWERS-Keeplne the grassy
gan or the mouthpiece of any < T'on, clique, ; + plats at the largest airport In Central Europe In LOWEST RATES EVER QUOTED :
to forget that the classroom 1 i is not, the
1 trbii! U not easy. Machine laws mowers proved un M1
faction or clan; always do its utmost for the l A5
only means of education; that a youth may : .. satisfactory. Finally the keeper of the Berlin ZooImrf'Strd Single Room with Bath ...?......_._.___ $t.50
public welfare never' tolerate corruption or .. s that some Zoo sheep do the job. As a
; 3' '+t lK a result they have been hired permanently to : Double Room with Bath ...._.....__.....__.._......J '2.00 :
intellectual and 1 go
get more ; ,
injustice; denojnce: vice and praise virtue; .. moral} training 6' over tbe plots once every week.NEWCOMER ',j

commend good done by individual or organ- from practical work that lie lines than f! . '\ ALFRED SIMONS. Manager.

ization tolerant of others' rights, views and from formal lessons that he loathes." I '' 'f r' .
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e s Ss ee..o.ee..see .. e.ee . c .ee.e .Se
opinions; print only news that will elevate Now. this does not mean to depreciatein _ .:: : :. : 1

and not contaminate the reader; never compromise the least the value of higher educationto CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF ,

with principle.SIDELIGHTS. those who by intellect, temperamentand THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF I

inclination are capable of acquiring it
------- and putting it to practical use. It simply December 31. 1934 t tas
at the clot of business>>
means that unless a young person: has the Comptroller's Call

native ability to work with his brains, he IN RESOURCESLoans \

had better be taught to work with his Hollywood C'a of and Investments .... $ 305,639.43 I
the world's hrautiea.has r ?r.;; Overdrafts ...?...--.- 71-61
By MARCY B. DARNALL hands. just received' another t ee t ..yk Banking House Furnitureand
addition of Fixtures ..... 33082.33
Former Editor: of Toe.Key West Citizen pulchritude in Franres 'ew . Bond of States and Possessions -
GETTING INTO A RUT Drake, who has r ',.1 y of the United

been Drought from l States ......_............... 139370.68 \
In its i issue or December 17 the United England under con # Other Bonds and Securities 74204.03 .
Owing to the great tendency toward teasel Although tine D Stock of the Federal Reserve -
States News says it is rumored in Washington specialization in every department of did her stage workIn Bank ._. 6.000.00

that the NIIA "is about ready to ad- human activity, it i is becoming more diffi- Drake England Is an American MKs- .. >t Temporary}posit Insurance Federal fund De- 1,95.a.Ol
A NEW MUSIC-Ferde Grofe at the piano and
mit it can not enforce payment of assess- cult for the average man to keep in touch girL Frank Simon are the motivating forces In a new United ment! States Obligations Govern direct

ments to maintain code authorities." Less with what is going on outside of his own type of music heard each Sunday afternoon. SimonWIIERE and fully guar-

immediate THERE'S A WJlEEI-\\'hue there's a formerly premier soloist with John Philip 8ousa anteed ...__........... .832744.73
interests. -
than half of the $100,000,000 supposed to so en uheel there usually .U a rider and la this CM it and Grofe once associated with Paul Whtteman. Cash and due from Banks 495,168.07 1327913.70
grossed with his special line of work that happens to be Nancy Carroll MUM! CaxroU U vacationing are two of the most modern figure In music to- .
have been collected has been paid. Weekly at Palm :Springs, California desert rf':>Ort. day. Simon Is director of the Armco band. $1,888,235.73
he runs a risk of getting into a rut.
and small printing plants were LIABILITIES f
newspapers .
While the exactions of modern business
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Capital, .. ----
supposed to pay more.than $600,000, and ; and professional: life lead necessarilyto I .0..1! The depression reduced the Surplus and Undivided Profits/? ..__............... 55,007.42'

many of them are asking; : "For what?" a high degree of specialization, they iI''I I i number of teaching positions in Circulation _. --.'...-.-... 1633228.37 O.OOO,04'> > }
KEY WEST ? Today's t the United States from approximately Deposits ..._.._...............--'- --- -
should not be to "
permitted unduly restrictone's
800,0000 to around
Ending a brave attempt to break an mental horizon. Everyone should DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries j COO.OOO. $i,888,235.79L.wri.I

take sufficient time to keep abreast with Happening Here Just 10 Year ..................c a.. - ----------- ., .- Y NLrNi / -
i i1729F..lmund
endurance record, Jeanne La Rene and important developments in the world Ago Today As Taken From t! Burke, English; CII A'A'AI'.I"1.6'4'1'11. ##,I. G. A'.LT d;',I41tt.! .

Henrietta Sumner were forced down at The File Of The Citizen | -
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statesman, orator and) friend of
about him. Ily doing so he will often en- \i---
Oklahoma City after 210 hours in the air, counter ideas which will be of practical ,- 1 America born. Died July 8,

Ml hours short of the record. They kept benefit in his own sphere of effort. It was limpid "liquid Sunsl.ie" i 1797.
day yesterday, although there I JANUARY
dolled) up during their flight, apparently, J Above all, he should lay aside routine may have been some "moon'hir.c"l I 1737-John Hancock, Boston
at the local customs house when patriot first signer of the Declaration -
frequently for the of indulging
as their contact plane supplied them with purpose -
officers destroyed a large quantityof of Independence gover .
nail polish a comb, an eyebrow pencil, in :systematic thinking. :Many: contraband liquor. A small sized nor born at Braintrie Mass. Died

men are able to evolve their best ideas in ocean of various brands were Oct. 8, 17' 3. .
hairpins, and of all things O __ j'
corn plasters.
some quiet spot away from the scene of spilled from their containers. In I PAINT SPECIALS
their daily labors. the lot were demijohns containing 174f("-Johann II. Pestalozi ::1
five gallons (each of aguardiente. : Swiss educational reformer born. :
French crooks, too, sometimes do i Whatever way be the details of any I 113 bottles of brandy, 274 Died Feb. 17, 1827.

thing in a big way. Recently jewelry to method adopted, a portion of one's time l.oUUvi of Bacardi; and 388 bottle l :
.-: .
the value. of. nearly. a quarter million dollars should be devoted to sound reading' cover'ring ; of last,Wer.July. AH and of,was this' subsequentlyadvertised. was seized atti 1R5i l, bbirT''ohn in SingerSargent Italy. Died iiiLondon ,' SHEIIWIN WILLIAMS :METROPOLITAN PALMER FLAT OR 61.0s'.

I was stolerf'from. : II the Paris residence of varied subjects. Otherwise; he, willtin;* J..H is needless' .to jinn : 'April '14, 11)23. :rctl OR COMMONWEALTH WHITE PAINT--- .. r ,I !Ii

evitably) get into a rut. : And getting intoa <>uno that n'o} claimants appeared '". : FLAT WHITE "
IlS 1 Helen Margaret .J\elly; whowas! the liquor. 1876:-Jack: London, celebrated '
; rut is bad for his intellect and bail'for: for the . .. I 1 Gallon Cans
; I : PAJNT:- .
{ih:t"oC Frank Jay! Gould three wives. I I" r, ,. .i / i novelist and' ; sljort-story; writer : ., $1 50 :1
: his: business. Installation of offic'i?'.of ,Temile ,. born in San: Francisco. Diedat Gallon Cans at --..._......-......." ,
The thieves even removed a safe from the 1t! '20.. J'.Ythian Sisters was held GI ;Ellen. Cal., NoV. 22. 101C.! In 1 $1 9 0

per gallon ............ .
wall of the house. WASHINGTON MONUMENT last night with Gena Lowe officiating ........................ Gallon Cans,

: Jennie officer.Kemp Those P. C.inductedwere ; Mamie t J Today; In History ; In 5 Gallon Cans, $1.752 atZILO....._.._............._.._. 80 C

Los Angeles school children will Recently the Washington :Monumentin : Lunn. 'I. E. C.; Louise Thompson ............. **a.*eoee* S per gallon ____...... '
the national capital has been given a 1-;. S.; Doris Camus!' Man.;
doubtless rejoice over a decision of School and -r\ational fast day in
Clara Carbonell. M. of R. S.jj; i I
cleaning and and will
general overhauling, 'United States. ,
F.u=ie Elwood M. of, F.; Naomi i'
Superintendent Rouelle to abolish homework
consequently be spick and for the
[ span Hudson, Trot.; Lulu Whitaker i
in the first eight grad-.?. and greatly !JiOth anniversary of its dedication on Feb- Guard..! Each of the new officers !' 1018-U. S. Steamship Nyanzai

restrict it in the remaining four. Study ruary 21.The. and the pianist Mrs. Julia Sweet-}i sinks German submarine.
inc. were presented with beautiful j -
periods at school will be increased and monument was begun with the bouquets. Refreshments were .'' 1'JlO! -Peace Conference opens J A Shenvin Williams product that has become very

recitations laying of the cornerstone on July 4, 1848, t I I set v'd. I in Paris. and elsewhere due to the fact that .
shortened. The idea ito: per- I __ I : I popular in Key West, ,

mit the children to "live their own lives and was completed by the placing of the I "The good Lord may hare made j j j 1927-Secretary of State re-I it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100 Per Cent Lead

;3,300-pound capstone on December 4, but: port3 on Bolshevist activities in Zinc Paint known. A 25 tb can of this product together
out.site of school a more ideal day than this and
ho'ises. and not a bad 1188.1. It was dedicated on February 21, I I have never experienced it," said j i Nicaragua.of I with linseed oil to thin, makes your paint cost for

idea at that. 1885. Washington's fell Sun visitor, who was playing golf ati i I
Birthday on a 192 points. There are a number : absolutely unadulterated zinc and lead paint about
bowed his ,, pure
the links today. He
day that year, so the dedicatory ceremonies of teams among the civilian 'with
The paint get compares pre-
head in gratitude to the Giver of: $2.20 per gallon. you
Mrs Mary Ann Newton of Salt Lake held the population practicing and it ist
were previous day '
all thing, and looking smilingly ) gallon.
up t: expected that a tournament will : pared paint costing about $3.50 per
City who came to the United States in Built of white marble the monument'is said "and, thi i is January 11." ,
i arranged between the service
1881. like.- this country so well that she 555 feet high and approximately 55 Later he asked what is the rem ;, end citizens.
Jporaturo., lie was told it was 70.ji j' _____ : .
want to become a naturalized citizen, and feet square at the base, and cost $1,300000. ,- I
i with a delightful breeze blowing!I i I!ULBS IS to 60 Watt
has filed her declaration of intention with the The auxiliary weather bureau IMPORTED ELECTRIC LIGHT -
across course. j i
I at Sand Key reports 40 vessels I
the Federal court. She is 82 years old. The monument is; open to the public 1---1 I'passing; during the past three days.l

daily, except on Christmas Day and maybe I All of the !'hips'ere going west. ; 2 for 15c
The with pie are getting all heated up overIthe Starting their advertising campaign
organization! the longest ascended by stairs which is: a rather possibility and fearful thought'' for the season the Three-

nan" we have so far encountered is the tiresome i ceeding, there being 898 steps that the debtor nations may not I Way I Committee began yester.

L S. F. S- A. P. E. C. R. It is not another I or by elevator. The new elevator, installed make payment to us about IOU day the distribution of circulars

Neu Deal alphabetical agency but the in 1926 has a capacity of 35 years hence. !:and folders telling: all and undryof l!
i passengers. -0- I(lof the many delights experiencedby & .: Florida & Engineering Co.
League for the Contracting
Safeguarding Fixity of the When built the Washington Monument First of the bowling matches.. the visitor in Key West. This.

Sabbath Against Possible) Encroachment 1 was the highest man-mude structure to be played at the alleys in the ,.literature was placed on all ves-
b Jewish barracks' played last sets the P. and 0. S. S. phone 598 White and Eliza Streets S
S Calendar! Reform. This i is a : in the world. Now 30 or more American :army was I I of company -
night between the soldiers and!. and: will also be placed onboard of the best"
society formed to calendar "Your home >is< worthy
oppose any skyscrapers exceed it in height and the lead
marines. The latter won by a j{I vessel of the Mallory line,
change which would disturb the occur-;I Empire building in New York is more than of 40 points. In the second game I,I which touch this port Passengers 4 S

rence of a Sabbath every seven days. l twice as high. the Soldiers were winners and I incoming: and outgoing trains -- - - p -
carried off the honors by a lead J Ion I I supplied with tbe litc fJre) . \ilr.lII.lIIIII 'IIIIIIIIIIIIII.1: ,

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I I .. N not based on the real- --life and-ClltllTRItO.. 49T2.
teaching of Jesus Christ is no RRSGJttK nilTIllCT >O. 6HE

character teaching at all." : POUT OP CONUITIOX or THK
I LOPEZ BUNCH IN BE OFFERED IN i Evening service 7:30 o'clock. 1'un'I'ATUI'L: I1A>K: or

BRIDGES Subject: "The great evil that the AT Till: CLIJSIi OP

B1VJCTOR__ PROGRAMJOHN I adoption of Ordinance No. 306 is Ht "I'.:*.. 0\ KiEMUI-n* 31.
NIGHT I ,FIGHT LEY MEMORIAL M. E. FLEMING STREET METHODIST doing to the rehabilitation of our I.u.
A !iL"'I!'
s.xnPBlff:Jerry Uordaut/. *t Anyhow I don't remember anythingmore -- I II CHURCH. SOUTH I CHURCH I city." Loan and unl. IiS;; ,"I.SJ
tat returned to hi I Special 'er.Iratt. 71.*l
music in
:dao'tf.: until I woke up feeling terribly evening.
tit tki apartmentwl ef fritudt.Molln sick and found myself on the bed CHAMPIONS OF 1934 LOSE NEBO PUMPING LIFE W. J. Martin Pastor I Shuler Peele Pastor Weeknight service Tuesday at I .nt oblifcatfans( dl--
O'llTie ft there Jut
in that horrible little with Or- 7:30
room p. m. r.caad."r tallyrusraeterd
irscMCd iron yotiible torture ly afroup OPENING CAME OF 1935 BLOOD INTO LOCAL FIGHT Church school at 9:45 a. m. t Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. .... 1341.T3llher
to kui0 off and Dimltrl bending Churchschool
oj Win determined over me. at 3:30
superintenjdent. William N. Knowles superintendent p. bond, stocks.MankUK .
a formula Ae" think ak Ass: with Ed. R. Curry,
.Vlraotas" TrearA. her rescuer, tit,.,..,.. and eo ia Jimmy( Fox, tritvkila I'd cot there and I'd no time to : NEWMAN M. E.CHURCHColored house fl tot.;
rape-bow .t tlMjft hotel uink. They started on ma straightaway TRIPLE PLAY ACCESSORIES Morning worship at 11 o'clock.t'ages. Furniture. and fix
who hat helped rescue at tcrll 1 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. lur... IH.OM.I3 ::. '2.33
.G' tJe : who did the talk- Sermon subject: "The Great Test j
A .'11011Jlad tie formula. worth milUou Sermon! subject: "The Brands Of than banking hous, .
tug while Dimltrl Just stood by ng. j T. McCaskill. Pastor .UC.1
ttolen ker
It hat been from "
looking at me. I shall never forget The Busy Bees defeated the (By NEVY) Spt'cial.mude by the choir att;Christ. :M.\ A. :\Moreno Recording Steward HrKvrve with KankCa }.Ktdrra.. u 3lS.5l

the expression In his eyesshe I I each service.Junior j Junior league meets at 3:30 p. :Mrs. :\{. A. Moreno. Secretary .h inault and
the I
"Keep fighting spirit ,
Chapter 32 shivered-"It was loathsome." Lopez Funeral Home ten in the up Epworth League" meetsat inMiss Mayfield Knowles in Sunday school 9:30 a. m. balances Inks with/ otn....r U.'U.U

MOLLY'S STORY Jerry muttered something under. don't let it die!" You've been 4:00 p. m. )Irs. V. A. Archerin charge. Sunday service 11 a. m. Outs>d. t"h..t'ka u and

his breath. opening* game of the diamondball charge. Young People's Departmentmeets Evening worship 7 o'clock. other rash iteius .. :5100;

"nY the way" said Jerry as he "What did Orloff say to your 1 listening, fight fans to big brown Intermediate Epworth League at 6:30: p. m. :Miss\ Mary Redemption fund wile
series of 1933 the U. S. Treasurer and
LI started out of the room what: demanded. > at Bayview skinned John Nebo brother of the meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. Felton president Ted Bayly, ....................... I I due from U. &

shall wo do with Jimmy Fox?" She knitted her forehead. "1'1'0'! Park Field last night. Pierce in charge. leader for Sunday. I IOlh..r Treasurer asset.-. _. ... I.OOO.OP1.SU9.71

"If you've oo objection I said "1 I been trying so hard to remember. I famous Pete, who dubbed his Young People's Departmentmeets Evening worship service at 7:30 CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN

vote that we1 take him into the syndicate. I was halt stupid you see, and It's all Sterling, who started on the at 6:30 p. m. Miss Norma o'clock. Sermon subject: "Bor Total asste . . $l, U.:5.:'

Hell certainly get the sack jumbled up and confused. I know ha [chance of becoming featherweight rowed Religion."
from the hotel and we can't let him I mound for the Embalmers, was Yates president. I Li.luul.lTins
asked me any amount of questions Evening worship at 7:30 The choir will provide special I Ie.
the world after
down after the way he behaved last i champion of Demand df except
about the formula. not in shape and was relieved after o'clock. Sermon subject: ".Etern.I music at both morning and eve ....................... U. & Government d*.
night. "Ha wanted to know where Nick contenders ning services.
I knocking prominent al Life. worship posita. public futt'laand
"1 should think not$ was the an- had hidden it, and what the paperIs seven batters had faced him Midweek service Wed FOR SALE deposits! of otaer
I I Prayer and praise service each prayer I
Iwer."Besides,he'libe useful on the like It's written on, and whetherwe hither and yon some five years 7:30 o'clock. bank .. > U9'.S!
lie Trash and loot four of whom walked one struck Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. nesday evening at Time deposits. 'xovi t
Seagull. can up -
were trying to sell It to Sir William imme. PRINTING-Quality Printing at postal savIngs, pub-
Senior choir will practice
choir practice
Which reminds that Young people's
after George. Avon. All the .time he was ago. me perhaps lie funds and .1-
the Lowest Price The Art.
out, one got on base by an error diately after the mid.week service.
Leaving me to ablutions.Jerry each Thursday at 7 p. m. posits wf uthrr l.unks. ;;:6.6.11
questioning ma kept on squeeze
: it might be interesting to Choir practice each Friday at Intermediate choir will practice man Press. aug? Public funds of State,
took himself or. an J somewhat ham ng and pinching my arm. It hurt so and one snigled, scoring three counties, school ts.!

pered by my dam-gee" knuckles. I I: could hardly help screaming. local followers of the ring to 7:30 p. in.CONGREGATIONAL. Thursday at 7 p. m. TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 trlcts, or other subdivisions -

proceeded to mate a hasty toilet. I She pulled up the sleeve of her men and three remaining on the learn that Pete's picking scraps! sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. or... municipalities . . *.73,< ".*4
was In the a<.l.cI crushing my hair bases. CHURCH SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
dresslng=:own and a muffled oath ? aug7 I I United States Covet n-
when the gong: sounded.'and' as I somewhere down in South Amer. ;:: I leant and postal sayIngs -
escaped from Jerry's lips. Just At this juncture, Charles Lunn. If deposits! ... _.... 370.590.9*
; "
came out i-to the hall Molly above the elbow two or three livid ica and the aren't as fat, 527 William' Street1 1017 Fleming Street PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed' Deposits! of other bank..
relieved Sterling who played) the purses I'
emerged Trail ths opposite bedrooni. Richard Pastor R. T. Sawyer Teacher u
I bruises stood out against the white E. Evans. cards $1.25. The A'r'tmanl! :stlers'
Swathed in a dressinggownat rest of the game at first base. as they used to be. 9:45 Bible study, Friday, 7:30 m. and checks
skin. Sunday school a.' m. p. Press. aug7 outstanding u .. ....... 10197.il
toast threw size too large for her. "1 wish I'd seen those last night" Gopher Gonzalez, first man tQ But that's enough of Piete; Morning worship at 11 .o'clock.: Sabbath service 10:30 a. m. out ot items 15 to 19:

ska looked lI'ic"111! pretty. I said savagely. "I'd have smashed w 're concerned with the' little Sermon subject: "Life.. As Jesus (a) Serur-
face Lunn, singled to center and MISCELLANEOUSCASH ed by
she said
"Good mcrUng, Nick .
I Nebo that sta.yecf'home and the .
that swine's face in. Lived It. CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. pledge of
cheerfully. "1 hope. fQq bad a goodnight two more runs were chalked up.
local fight game'thatis stretching ,. loans an<1|
"Go on. said Jerry gruffly. "What % ( Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. PAID for used furniture.
? I in\fst-
else had the hound to ?" Bethel doubled to left and still; and yawning after 'a long o'clock. the or .
Slept like a top" I replied. "And say Evening -worship 7:30 : Mary's Star of Sea 1013 Southard street Inset .u .$ (00.9478
your two more tallies were added to I sleep now that John has turned Sermon subject: "Our Concep- Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., decl7-lmox (b) Not secured -

She made a little grimace. "The "rjE told me that I was to write a the score.; C. Gates was out at matchmaker and promoter for tions As To Christian Living.: in charge pledgeof by

headache's gone, but I've still got a note asking Nick to give him short to first. II. Gates singled I Key West High School Class spon- Wednesday evening at 7:30 Order of services for this FOR RENT loans and)
the formula. lIe said that otherwiseI sored bouts The first card is service. church or Investments -
funny taste in my mouth. to left and Bethel scored. Lucilo :o'clock, midweek : .. .. 1.03J.303.59c :
"DreaLfaet will cure that," I assured should be put on a barge, and scheduled for January 21 in the I Sunday morning Masses will be ROOMS AND APARTMENTS,

her. "How's the cheek?" taken down to a Russian ship that's forced Gates at second for the gynasium.For' THE SALVATION ARMY said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. 1013 Southard street ( ) Total .

"It feels rather iil>Jff and nore." lying In the river. and that once I last out. Eight runs were scoredon the past two weeks John, I Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. dec22-lmox I Depoftits ....l.C33.it.37

She tilted UJ her face. "Am I a was there they'd soon make me do four hits, two errors and four with the aid of several Ii Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer -t Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, Circulating sSandLag _notes_out- 100,00....
whatever: I ordered. SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.
dreadful' slghtr! was bases on balls. has been building a ring in Charge I Sundays and Fridays.METHODIST Capital Account;
All modern conveniences. Common
I Inspected her carefully. "You "Well, as I knew you hadn't got in the center of the city. friendS'1 I 1002 Flemiag Street stock 1.000
the formula, and it couldn't possibly Willie Gates started the game and I Bathing and fishing at your .
look lovely, I said. "Like an angel portable and will be used Commandants Mataxas EPISCOPAL shareH. par
on her way to the bathroom." make any difference I agreed to for the Busy Bees. lie was a little cards. Then there's the can II Newman will have charge of services CHURCH SOUTH back door. Frank Johnson, $I 08.00 pert a.I .
"Angels don't have baths. she ob write it. As soon as I'd finished It, wild and walked two, allowed gym vas and the ropes '\".hich tied up I I all day Sunday Colonial Hotel Building. .t :share ::::n' lrtO.600.00i'oirplas 50,000.00: : "

J jected. "They oh, here's Jerry!" he started questioning me again. three singles and one error was hands I Special dedication service also "EL SALVADOR" jan7-tf I'n.Uvl.l d
"He wanted to find out about this I made giving the Funeral Homers other prospective promoters } profits -
"Hello Molly! Ha had come out Grinnell and
and feet. John solved the problem to be held Sunday. Corner Virginia I n-t .. .. & 007.42
of the study: followed by Jimmy, piaco! Kambridge and why we were three runs in the first inning. Company meeting (Sunday Streets FOR RENT-Two-story furnished j i
going there. When I said I didn't The Bakers added in received a favorable answer I I II home, three bedrooms, two '
who In his crumpled livery, and with one more boot. school), 9:30 a. m. (Services in Spanish) Votal Capital Account .. 153.007.48
with gloves to
his tousled hair, still seiucd to be know. they tied me down to the bed. the second inning and two more baths. Apply 817 Fleming
said after listeningto i I Holiness meeting! 11 a. m. Sunday school 10 a. m.Preaching. I .... ... .*
only half awake. "This is a nice Surt and it was then that I got this cut in the fourth. The Embalmers "Well, I. street. janlO-12tx :Total LJabilitle _? $l. 8 Ji.7'
about his ring Y. P. L. meeting 6:15: p. In.l 8 p. In. Memorandum: Loans
the cheek."After him spiel new I
of trick to play on a chap! ba con on scored one more in the fifth and I l meeting 7:45 a. m. :Mothers'! Club meets :Monday! and Investmentslledgrod
tinued. "Getting! yourself drugged that I think I must have two more in the eighth. which was and its accessories, "are you going i l 8 I FURNISHED APARTMENT :5) to S
and kidnapped when I wasn't theie fainted because the next thing I the end of scoring for both teams.In to entertain on any of your I I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN p.Bible m. study and prayer service I Rooms and Bath Laundry Tubs, I Tutted Liabilities States: Government
to rescue you." reinember-ls hearing a noise in the the seventh the Funeral boys series of programs? Hli said I CHURCH Garage and Telephone. 514 r ohllKatl..i'. direct

"Sorry Jerry." She dropped hima hall acd seeing Nick's torch as he something about meeting a certain Wednesday!' 8 p. m. I Margaret. l jan2 aa.I.or fully
pulled a triple play. It was the -- 'a guaranteed ..,_. ...._.. SI4.S87.
"It was horribly in at the door. soldierin of the four all-star
penitent curtsy. came one
Of hC'r bonds stocks.and ,
careless of ate wasn't it? It it hadn't Jerry scooped out some marma- second triple play! pulled on. this matches on the 21st. I frowned J. C- Gekeler, Pastor "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. l COMPLETELY FURNISHED securities _..... 141,'!..lt

been for Nick sad Jimmy . ." she lade aId: dug back the spoon vicious field.the! The feat Florida few team performed knowing the khaki fellow and suggested ": Corner of White and Washington L. 0.er and Montero MODERN HOME-Apply 85 Total Fledged: (excludIntr .
a Streets
years ago.
stopped. "Oh. that reminds me-I ly into the pot. "We ought both to Jackson Figueredo or any Pastors Duval Street. janl2-tf rediscounts) .$ 73 J.208 Jt
haven't thanked you yet Jimmy" be kicked. We should never have This is the way the Embalmers other fighter of their caliber I Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. Duval and Angela Streets I l'u.chrNl:

crossed to where he was made the triple play: W. Gates I C. Elgin, su-rintendent. 3 AUTO SERVICE Against circulating
She over left her there after that business He responded "I asked Jackson Sunday school p. m. Sot. outstanding 100.ftlO.09'
standing and bending: down kissed with the waiter. It's plain enoughthe got on by an error. II. Gates ob- lie he doesn't I Morning worship at 11 o'clock." Service in Spanish, Friday at Against U. S. Government -
tamed an infield hit. Lucilo. at- to. fight me. says "Approved by Truth. CARS WASHED POLISHED and postal savings
him the cheek."I think you're the Topic: ,
on blighter heard wbat we said. lIe :30p.ns. ,
could ... _....
bravest boy I ever met. and I really must have given them the tip that tempting to bunt hit a pop fly to want to. I you I !Mrs. Gekeler will sing Ward- Painted and Greased. No. 3 AKuiimt deposits public funds n.of 37i.H.0

am moat frightfully grateful." we were thinking of clearing out. Tommy Lunn. who threw to Hale write something about Willie to Stephens' "Thou Leadest Me." CHURCH OF COD Fire Station. dec7-lmo :!States eo.unt lea.

"Th-that's: all right miss." Jimmy and I suppose they made up their at ,second" and in turn Hale threwto make him get interested In boxing Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. other school subdivisions district, or or

who., had turned a rich crimson. minds to grab hold of her while they Sterling at first, thereby completing again. I'd fight Figueredo" but Sf'rm01.The Stability of God's 1106 Olivia Street INSTRUCTION municipalities .. .. ...._ :S7. Ct.*>

shifted: awkwardly from one foot to had the chance." the play. he is in CCC Camp. ; House." :Morning! service at 11 o'clock.
._.... _... ,
bad break! Total I1edtr | 733,208.31:
the other. "I- didn't do; nothing. It "Well, don't worry' about it," said At bat the leaders were U. What an unusually The hymns sung at these services Sunday school, 3:30 p. ro. PIANO-Modern methods; Thorough Stat. of Florida.

was Mr. Trench who sloshed 'Im- Molly soothingly. "The impprtant Gates. Machin. Baker and Ingra- One week before the fighting will be by Roman Catholic Sunday night service, 7:15 I instruction. Reasonablerates. County of Ilo roe. u:
racket received the impetus Chas. Roberts Studio I. J. J. Trevor. Cashier of
net me miss. thing is what are we going to do ham who hit safely twice in three necessary hymn writers.At o'clock. I the abavnani bank, da aotomn-
We all laughed. now?" times up. the cleanest and best scrapper the mid-week Bible study Evangelistic service, Wednes 613 Margaret Street. I IT swear that the above statement
Never mind" said Jerry consotingly. in opinion has to go to I janl0-1 I.12-14.16-1S-21x :I. true to the best of my knowledge -
"Carryon,of course. We must see In the field Sterling and Hale my hour Wednesday at 7:30: o'clock day. 7:15 p. m. sad ballet

"You got the prize anyhow. this farmer and his wife: though Idon't for the losers and E. Albury. camp to get exercise-for fix! the first study In the Book of Job Prayer and praise !service, Fri 'I' j. J. TREVOR

Now cut along to the kitchen and suppose we shall get much Gopher and P. Castro for the winners months. I was saying this to my- will be carried out.PENTECOSTAL. day. 7:30 p. m. Teacher meet HELP WANTED-MALE I CORRECT-Attest: Cashier.

Dawson will give you some! break' out of them. Anyhow, you'll be safer starred. I self while John talked on about ing. SALESMAN I \VM. If. MAtkNE.WM. .
fast." He his I n. WARRE. .
slipped arm throughMolly's. Duke Warren. who will meet MISSION
on the Seagull than anywhere else. Score by innings:
R. )
SALESMAN Manufacturer r A. IILJ.t.It.
: nationally -
"For sake let's In
pity's go Emory Blackw on his program.
"How about her things? I struckin. R. II. E. MIXED BIBLE CLASS known for Directors.
and make a start. 1 was up at six Then I remembered that Oscar 909 Olivia Street products Subscribed and sworn to Dtforem
"We can't leave them at the Lopez .... 300 010 020-G 8 7
o'clock this morning and I'm simply Drug Trade. Goodwear RubberCo. thIs 'th any of January, 19JJ.ATM. .
famished." Milan. If they don't get any message Bees ...... 810 200 OOx-11 11 4 Pita had termed the Duke a tough Wm. Skondeen, Pastor Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- ., Inc., 39! Union Square. N. A. FHhBMAN.Notary .

from her they'll probably think she's Batteries: Two base hits: Bethel. egg in a writeup just the other Sunday morning worship 11 cino Teachers Y. jan2-ltx Public State eoI honda at

dead and hand them over to the Carbonell M. Acevedo stolen day; a striking contrast to the o'clock. The pastor will speak on: City. Large. My Commission Ksplrts
; This class meets every Sunday -\pr. U. 1937.
with a steaming! dish ot "
FACED police. bases: Albury Baker; double dapper young fellow whose very "Grieve Not the Holy Spirit. morning at. the Harris School auditorium REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE

45 eggs< bacon: and sausages I found Jerry reflected for a moment. play: Lucilo to H. Gates to Car- title suggests a suave. tactful .Sunday. school. for all, 3:30 p. .at' 10 o'clock. Men and

that) my own appetite was by nor "You must scribble them a line." bonell triple play C Lunn to hombre who would put his oppo.n- m. ,' ' ACCEPT nice clear Key West LEGALS;
; ; i women not connected with any
."**three Ieans to be despised. I ladled white out he said, turning to Molly. "and III! Hale to Sterling; hits; off SJ t1- ent to sleep without smearing Sunday night, evangelistic service other Bible .Class! and I house or beach cottage on one

generous helpings, send Dawson round with it now. but blood all over the arena. The 7 o'clock. Theme will be: regardle5'1 of the Keys as part payment on '
ing 1 in 1.3 inning struck! ; : inn COCXTTJIDUE.
; are i.v TUB CotkT u
yJerry tuouled to the coffee, and o.f. denpraniations ,
i Ask them to give him your accountand by Sterling 1. by Lunn O. br Gates Duke held the championship of the "Lost and Restored.. attend.. I I Washington D. C., property. .. MUVKOK COCSTI; .
dumped of them down in front :
"ot one 1 to hand him over your luggage. 3 time of : 1:00 umptr .: Isthmus of Panama's: light or Tuesday 7:15: p. m., prayer Send photo to W. B. PickIer, STATE OP .'WII. D.U .
Molly. ; game ; In re Estate of:
You can explain that I'm taking cars, division few-sum: -service.. Real Estate 5612 Conn. Ave.,
"Get your teeth into that. partner Gonzalez and Lopez. a and praise' : CHURCH OF cLOD ALEXANDER KSOWTJfS.To i
of jour things until you're out ot mers back. Methinks: Will Emory Friday, 7:15 p. nu. evangelistic I Washington, D. C. jan51Z-19xj j t ro..e4.
( I said "and when you feel a hospital." all creditors, Ifgatees, dis
bit stronger you can: tell us how it stay the route? service. (Latin Mission) trlbut a. and all person having
all happened.: :' I presenteiPCeorge. who was sit NEW BASEBALL Bobby Waugh Young Fernandez Saturday 2:30 p. m.. boys' and Services Sundays, Tuesdays: and FEMALE HELP WANTED claims or demands a a.l.at said estate -
ting beside ml', with my last piece of :
"I read to start she Young: Franks and Castellauo girls' church. conducted Rev.
am re
now ,
You and each of are herebynotifIed
bacon. "Do you mean to start for their LADIES-Earn money doing you.
plied. "I can tali and eat at the same I SERIES WILL GET are rounding into shape for Charles E. Lazo. and required to>> present any
time." I$Leigh at once, then? part in John Nebo's all-star show. GOSPEL HALL 9:30 needlework at home. No can claim. and demands which you or
Sunday school a. m.
I lie nodded. "Sooner we get a vaasing.. Stamped envelope either .f you may have against the
With a f a 'lar? gesture she estate of Alexander Knowles. de
brushed back tl. lock of cor-per-tcl-I move on the better. The boat's GOING SUNDAYPIRATES 720 Southard Street TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN brings particulars. ROYAL ceased. late of Monroe County, Flor

ored hair wl itl. had fallen: forward quite ready. I've stocked her up with TO GIVE CONCERT Sunday Services | NOVELTY CO.. Portsmouth ida. It the Honorable Hula Coin
enough food for three or four days Special addresses on the Bookof Ohio. jan2-ltz County Judge of Monroe County at
her foreUtid.
across hIs
office in the County Court House
and if the wind's right we can slip Duetoronoaiy in which both its in Key West Monroe County, Flor
"You inusit' t mind my being a bit IN COLORED PARK
it round ou the evening tide. Dy the AND SLUGGERS IN actual and typical teaching is set (Colored) I WEARING APPAREL Ida. within twelve months from the
vague about tl-.ii.gs. suppose was
I 717 Simonten Streets date of the. first publication of this
I you've got those i .
the stuff they! rave rot', but some- way. suppose OPENING CAME OF TWIN forth Rev Alfred DeBarritt Pastor. LADIES' BEAUTIFUL Char- notice, .Is. November 17th. 1934.
keys? J I Dated this November 17th. A D.
how like bad Preaching by Evangelist L. T. .
or ether it all seems a
TROP The for the to I Sunday morning 11 o'clock, donize hose, 8 pairs $1.0O; 1934.
dream." "Yes I said, "they're in my bed. BILL; STARS AND LA program Chambers formerly of London,
I I foreign missions. "Sir Gordon I meji'3 Fancy Rayon hose, 20 ALFRED R. KNOWLBS.
room. Avon sent them round yester-- be given tomorrow afternoon byWelter's
which I I
She the
took si i from
a ? cup England. I Administrator ef Estate e* Ala.xas-
ICALS IN SECONDThe Gujrgisbcrgv it is my sincere belief pairs $1.00. imperfects.. Postpaid -,
Jerry hanjed her. "1 had boon: up in day. Cornet Band was announced dee Knowles, Deceased.
reading: 'Good!' He sat for a moment star- I I today. The concert will that education without character i satisfaction guaranteed.! RAYMOND R. LORD.
my room ta< whoUt! evening SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH I
for Administrator.
a book, and about hilt-past nine: I I.I ig! thoughtfully in front of him: I be given in Nelson English Park training is a serious evil in I ECONOMY HOSIERY CO., Attorney_17-24: deel-f-II-Zt-M;

thought would like a glass ot raV.lt!. then his features relaxed la a sadF i I f Island City Baseball I beginning at 4:30 o'clock. Sunday Services any country. Such training that Asheboro, N. C. janlMtx JaaS-ir lU .

before goij.i! to bed. I rang the bell den characteristic grin. "Funny j I I League will start play tomorrow The public it was announced Mass T, 0:30 and 11 a, m. -- -

and told ibc rasid to bring it up. It keen one gets about a thing! I shallneser i I j at the Navy Field. I i it invited to hear the program, Lut 'Evensong and Benediction of

tasted all right. and I was Just he- be really happy until" we dig Icut I t I The first game will begin at I persons not interested in music the Most Blessed Sacrament. 8 p. r
this blessed formula.
ginning to undress, when I suddenly I :30 p. m.. and will bring togetherthe i j were asked not .to disturb the m. ffoo4winkedfl.1

came over all queer and gl dy. (CoyyrlgM ItU, Peas Punishing Co.) j Pirate and Sluggres, old-time 1 II playing of selections. The program Church school l, 9:30 a. m. t!

"I tried to the door but I The "Syndicate" i be
get to .tart. and bitter rivals. follows:
I Sermons at 11 a. m, and 8 p. m.
suppose I man have tumbled down. Monday, on a dangerous sail. The eternal rivals will use their i I America. Week Day Services: jorit .,

------ -- .. I star pitchers. Bethel will be on March The York Fireman-B. Mass every day at 7 a. "nu and ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

I the mound for the Sluggers. He JF., Cumings. also on Wednesday 9 a. m.

. CUBA SAILS WITH j tanka e. one vegetables one of, will be pitted against Casa. Griffin Waltz. Little Rnby-W. S. Morning and evening prayer __ To set tile :sisini& QMS 100% fr Mat _ _ _
rum and 12 miscellaneous. and M. Acevedo will be their I '- ---t. ,, - #
J Skagga. daily at 6:45 a. m. and 5:30., p. m. I sure MADE IN BALTnCOBB.i nan tuntm .

Steamship San Zefenno, from battery mates. Smear Sally Trombone-Heniy Confessions; Saturdays at 4:39 leek for ) PT** '3 ao% P*. Nee ... ,:****** .... .t
< ..
. 94 PASSENGERS ; Shellhaven, Eng.; is due to arrivein I, In the nightcap, which will })e. I Fillmore! p., imtaa4; Ia _-_-- J ,Jj.hi&. _..--_-
port :Monday and I is conMgned I gin 15 minutes after the openiag I Overture The Honor Roll-VT.Ip.'m., Label00% hn w.......... wid. ===

to the Porter Dock Company. The I contest will be the Stars and the I S. Skaggs CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE SOCIETY all f.M ts,st bw.'.sc f.It tlw only JI M :,::.== f

Steami-hip Cuba sailed jesteroa -' shiji. will take about 100 tons of La Tropical 'nine, a new club.. I Dream Walt Kittewake-O.yers. LI :..-.-- lo that carries a guanatc 01 psr1sfLII : s r>::l

) for llaxtna with !90 first cHssl fuel oil and sail for her destina The batteries for this came: ). ...f :32T Elizabeth Street I <.
for this Label-
.-enrcr: ; '. four second class one tion. Tampico Mexico. I will be Svilla or Gates with ,AL I .Overture..:Dawn. :inGaxrett. .bhPogestIL : ::Seaday nermng service at 11 fbek Guanmteeut the

aut...mobile! three tons of frelghj.: tFieighter Ozark. of the Clyde- Rodriguez behind the plate for: - P. .' \>'0 !".. : .1. C'dock.: w.Sees. __whmy ei.r.....w.-, T.._.......... .

and 196 sacks of mail. Mallory Lines, arrived yesterday the La Tropicals. For the Stan, i! )lanb.. N- ; W.4* tday. evening .service at A* car snrfaa are suds fcjr M ia IhltisniM aa4 eaU tan.... ...

Ferry Palma arrived late in the afternoon from New Orleans and Selinero and Joe Navarro win oppose I B .' 't:,':,".,-. "'f ./ -.;1*.Velodt' 1RB.IlDA.VlSCI.'I.. .. .. .. ..MJIDIIIIED.C. : 'I

afternoon from Cuba with seven I after discharging heavy freight; them. :I 7. ::0 I'' ......ftoa in Society bmld'Toeadcys -

cars 'of tomatoes three cars of sailed for Miami and Jacksonville! Tssoery good games_af! 'f ., __,._., iii: ; ) ;aai.'. Prtdayt C. ROBERTS !C ner brt tut WiBftB Streets

pineapples 1,163 crates; one carl]|l with a uscellan.eous. cargo. I II pected. ..1- ; : . -J ;

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*................................................1 ............. ... .. .... cording to announcement made
Home Room Mothers Entertain J[ PERSONAL:.i\i.\ .N..1 CHURCH RALLY I today.

:-: SOCIETY : : School Teachers Last Evening I I..- ...............a..........eea e.a.aa.. HERE ON SUNDAYA o'clock The ,meeting it is stated.will close at 5

-- Ross C. Sawyer, Jr., who was I Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Lovato,
Home Room Representative G. E. Russell and Mrs. Mervin L. I in Miami for a brief business who were in Miami\ for a few
Nina i de Lisa Leslie Editress
Mothers played hostesses to the I Russell. visit, returned today.Dr. I days, returned yesterday. special temperance rally will Subscribe to The Citizen.
'PHONE 752-J High school girls serving the
teachers of the Key West Junior Schoolroom -
be held in the Presbyterian
.................................................. Senior High School last evening I supper were: Misses Helen Rus- Aurelio Perez was an arri- I R. Y. Middleton, of the Florida
sell, Anna Whitmarsh, Faye val this morning from Miami to ERA forces at Jlatecumbe, came 717 Simonton street, Sunday -

Enjoyable Birthday Party Given with a banquet in their honor at I Adams, Shirley' Velasco and Ro- spend the weekend with relatives -I in yesterday for a short visit beginning at 4:15: p. m., ac-

the school cafeteria. melda Johnson. .

Honoring Zetta Frances ,Cabrera Teachers mothers and a few;. The menu was as follows: I I Sheriff K. O. Thompson returned WORKS.BEARUP'S 514 DRY MARGARET CLEANING' ST. ,HOt ISB ERG'SJUST

honored guests were seated at the Tropical Vegetable Salad !rs. William V.;,., lbury left j jI yesterday from Miami dec20SHOES
----- I long( tables, of the.cafet ria which I Stuffed Bolicha I yesterday afternoon' for Miamifor where he has been,a few day on PHONE 152M.

Thursday afternoon over two Gardner, Carolyn and Harriet were nicety arranged,'and beautifully Creamed Peas in Pattie Shells I a visit with-Hier sister, Mrs. I business. OPENED UP-

hundred adults and youngsters at- Jones, Marie Eno, Margaret Al 'decorated with l lovely roses, Mashed Potatoes : Claudina Mendex.il J t ]I I
tended a party held at the Harris Joan cut flowerS'anJ fern. Demi-tasse Cream 4 I Qbarles E. Roberts, son of :Mr.!
bury! Ruth_ Stricker, Jackie, : press Candy Spanish I ... I The
School Grounds Mr. and Mrs. -- and Mrs..' P.-: IT. RobertS. new
by and Ann Doughtry, Betty Russell:' Mrs. aul.Herrick,acting chair-. Those attending were: Lorace Malcolm t Pierce, son of Mr. and, arraed !
Sebastian Cabrera in honor of the \nW.tit* rtonCmOthersr; Addah Anna thfS' i1ig.fro LouisTUJev.Ky! SPRING DRESS
\ Peeples
place Ramsey, Mrs. L. }!. PiercVof 1h' stre ; I
sixth birthday of their daughter, Patsy Harrison, Emma and : eJ oMWliKnriqu ;enricuez, who Guito, Doris V. Welsh Annie Lois .,who was spending'" the t1':arid.\ m "on 1\1onda1Inaf ln&- t ke FOR LADIES MISSES AND GOODS. Come in and see
Zetta Frances. Carrero, Catherine Connor, was unable to: attend, 'welcomedthe Hicks, Lorine Carter Thompson, ,, season with his parents, left up his duties as one of the teltersin CHILDREN I them Monday.
Quantities of refreshments, dora Gibson, Copelyn and Mary'Itamsey the First National Bank, fill-
teachers and Professor Wilhelmina Goehring Dumont
guests. :
i terday afternoon to resume Come in and choose a pair
Lois I
Jenny Ellyn and Consisting of
consisting of ice cream, cake and the post left vacant by the resig-
Horace O'Bryant Huddleston, Bessie M. Eagan, I studies at John Marshall Military of Fashionable Footwear from I
candy, were dispensed by Mrs. Diane Rae Hines, Mary Louise Porter Cobo, thanking the room responded'i I Jeanne Irvin, Mary B. Trevor, Ida institute at Richmond, Va. nation of Shirley Cook. :Mrs.! our large selection. You can Bouclaire Plaid, Mayfair

Cabrera and her aides with a lavish Auxier, Consuelo made a few other interesting re.i J. Kennedy, Hildah R. Salis Mrs. : Roberts will arrive later. find anything that you want to Tissues Jauntaire Broadcloths
Lettie Sullivan, Annabel Moffatt, I
for - ---
hand and fine
a disregard marks.A Robert B. Russell, Mrs. M. E. Mrs. Otto Aguero and little '. match any outfiL Special
Mary Anne Matchett, Minnie 1 I Dophne Printed
the almost inevitable attendant I short talk was made by Rev. Berkowitz, Horace O'Bryant, Mrs. 'daughter arrived this morning: prices Monday.
Gardner Schutt, Constance Adams, PALACEAnna Dimity Beverly Batiste
havoc to juvenile tummies.All George E. Summers and a poemon i I Paul D. Herrick Mrs. C. W. Goethe from Miami and will be the guests, HOSIERY-Made to matchour ,
kinds of prizes were given I Joy Ball, Virginia and Betty Lou Key West read by Mrs. M. E.I Mrs. Gerald Adams, Mrs. W. of Mrs. Aguero's parents, Mr. and Neagle-Fernand Graaveyin Shoes. Special reductions Prints, Riviera Cords,

for all sorts of things. Tails Were Kelly, Virginia Russell, Barbara Berkowitz.A P. Kemp, Mrs. Horace O'Bryant, Mrs. L. C. Taylor. - ] Monday. Nautical Piques and
Delgado Gail Elinore Sweeting, THE RUNAWAY
pinned on donkeys, guesses were I delicious three course supperwas Emily Crosland, Mrs. II. S. Dexter. I QUEEN New Goods Sheerweave Seersucker
Glorianna. Rose Elizabeth and Summer
made concerning the number of Comedy and Short Reel
prepared by a committee of Mrs. II. S. McClanahan :Mrs. L. L. Mrs. Byron Richardson came in Largest showing of Silk
Margaret Esther Curry Lois Marie
beans: in a glass jar, many games the room mothers consisting of Higgs Mrs. Hilda Sands Joe Al- Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-25c
and Belva Busto, Betty Jean Wil- today from Miami to join Mr. I Arriving Daily- and Cotton Piece Goods in
were played dolls were given to J Mrs. Jefferson H. Knight. manager len and Rev. and Mrs. George E.
Richardson who has been in
liams, Coralie Schrader Helen Key Key West.
all the little girls and bouncing ''
of the school cafeteria; Mrs. Summers. SILKS in the new Spring
balls on an elastic cord to all the Crusoe, Geraldine Albury, Velma West for a few weeks. I Fish, Birds and Deer Heads designs. Smart prints, gay MONDAY MORNING
little boys. Winners of prizes in- Cates, Geraldine Alphonso, Harriet -- ---- MountedCECILiGRAY stripes dashing plaids . most

eluded Delia Mae Curry. Joseph P. Russell, Diane Dickerson, j o i-JUr.:. and,Mrs. Copeland, ,C.I I i everything that's new in' Silks SALE I

Austin Pierce, Lettie Sullivan Th'elma Ogden Dorrene and Winnie DelightfulSocial: : .frtqqment.LIuT Johnson. left. esterdarafter.no 'i !! TAXIDIJRMIST/ and piece goods. Come in now New stripe Tub Silks, see widow
Merthyn Evans, Blanche Brantley, Rose Cruz, Nessa Mae Olsen, T r taspqmxb.about< Edward; E. Pinder and the Edi- Shirley Mae Papy, Rose Marie Gi niBy, Junior" wJmans-Club' ..) .nui, ...!* ."'II; >>' Finei Work-Reasonable Price several smart Spring Drives. day, )'o/'II., i __ 75c;
Delia ,", 'I I 319'Flemiii/St./Phone 170-W ALL PRICED RIGHTSPECIAL .f
Alymada _
Sawyer ,
tress, no less! - ; Solid CojuftPioJtKiEj a, '

It'was a grand party, and Zetta Mae Curry, Patricia and Corinne The 'stctablheJtQptttUbrday afternoon -] !Cteafe; r.Jr. 'Mrs\ .*' JoKiTYl1.! : tIT'Y''t1.r'. >s,1 j I tiU&slGttit&ELB&Qter: who was, i. 'Key 6 AVe.l. ,''ri Florid,. p sale. rari! I\;..,iiifc )t)5c'.
2 '
Frances and her guests, young- Goehring Thelma Cates, Monteen 'bynthftJunior: Woman's; Mrs', Ross."C., .Sawyef.J.<4< ;i. 114rP.- !R&fltofct qer4th her cousin,:!, -t't _', - White P e. ) ti 'v 0 C'"
Bryan Marion Solano, Ann Sawyer Weslt&iUhe Miss Jfnnieaiiae .Johnson left I 10 dozen Ladies' Pri'xtefDresses ; for 1\I.\ tida7;
?tersand older folks too, enjoyed Club of ICey Woman Isabel .Bail..Mrs. 14 zGLARE_ ...... t..1; r "
themselves, :I hugely.Among Jean Navarro, Martha Rus- Clubhouse"on''Division street was veliopabot :yesterdayforthe-home ln Miami sizes to 56, every Heavy White WafI1e'50c: ;
sell, Fay Piodella, Elsie Solano, Mrs. Hugh K. Taylor, l\Irs.\ O. S. one guaranteed *
the adults attending (colorful enjoyable and success- accompanied by Miss Johnson who 1 00 Cloth for .
were: Mrs. Hugh K. Taylor. Mrs. Nellie and Sylvia Trujilo Jtc- ful. Long, :Mrs.! Dumont Huddleston, will visit for a week. washable only .... Silk Seersucker for
Ethea Strieker Mrs. Harold Baker : queine Fleitas, Blanche Brantley, Bridge and Michigan were Mrs. Bruce Dobbins, :Mrs.! Ralph Striped Tub Silk, OtJC Q Sport Dresses yd. B1.UI/
(all Silk), yard .___...
Mrs. Sebastian: Cabrera, Sr., Lorraine Johnson! Theresa Carey, played and the new innovation of Milner the Misses Tessie Falk, Mrs. E. E. Lewis, before mar- Wearwell Sheets, 8b 0. reg-

Rev. A. B. Dimmick, Mr. and Mrs. j' Marianna Lois Sikes, Carolyn refreshments served picnic style Katherine Huau, Mary Falk riage Miss Janice Maloney, daughter New Shipment ular $1.25 $1.00

William L. Bates. Mrs. J. M. Cre-j Rose Strunk. Shirley Rose Smith, were delightful. Mrs. Homer B. Leota Grillion, Louise Ketchum, of Mrs. J. B. Maloney,.arrived at '''''''n......_....._

mata, Mrs. Sam Kemp. Mrs. Ansel Lorraine Adams, Cynthia IHggs, Herrick and Miss Florence Saw- Florence Albury, Florie Ketch- yesterday from St. Petersburg to SPRING HATS White Uniforms, all $1
Albury Mrs. William Williams j Doris Roberts. Ramona Rodriguez, yer were charming hostesses, and ings, Dorothy Cleare, Maria Diaz, spend a while with relatives. IS sizes ...-......_......._ .
Mrs. William Weaver Mrs. R. G.j} Anita, Wille'tte. Rosalie and Caro- the several bridge prizes were Meredith Allison, Camille Pierce, EVERYWHEREGlare Straws Smart, new Crepes Turbans and Black 10 pieces of New Sport Piques,

Milner, Mrs. Roy Roberts, Mrs.\ ] lyn Camillo. Esther Mezanilla. awarded to Mrs. Isabel Ball. Miss Alee Curry, Norma Yates, Rose I C. W. Davis enginehouse foreman others. many< last colors, on sale 25c
William Doughtry. Mrs. J. A.1' Rose Mary Higgs, M. Louise Al- Florence Albury and Miss Leota Crusoe, Clara Yates. Edith Russell at Buena Vista and Key and eyestrain are almost I Monday, yard _

Boza. Mrs. James Singleton. Mrs. bury. Lorraine Roberts, Frances Grillion. Nellie Louise Russell, Louise' West, who was in the city for a synonymous. Blare is SUMMER DRESSES. 20 pieces tf New Seersucker

Russell Kerr, Mrs. Pearle Brinas, f and Elsie Mora, Ruth Page, Mildred Among those! attending the social Lee, Nell Rose Knight, Rita Pin-. short business stay, left yesterday everywhere, is all too common. Stripes, the kind you pay
Mrs. John Delgado. Mrs. Everett;: and Elizabeth Ann Evans, were: Mrs. J. M. Johnson, der, Juanita Mayg and Solito.I for Miami. You can's stop people from Summer Advance Dresses showing of New 39c for, on sale 25c

Albury, Mrs. William Fillman j Elizabeth Taylor, Barbara Kirk- Mrs. Edgar Pangle, Mrs. Allan B. Cobo. ..: overworking their eyes or and placed, just been received Monday, yard _

Mrs. Earl Hirgs, Mrs. William j land, Shirley Mae Papy, Rose -..- .---' Mrs. Ernest Hemingway who,1. straining them under bad light--- Special prices for Monday.on display. The new White Sport Shoesare
Carey Mrs. Leslie Russell, Mrs.}I Marie Shannahan, Constance Russell with Mr. Hemingway and son ing conditions. 3.YEAR GUARANTEE in. See window display

Glen Albury. Mrs. George j Daniel Lujan, Billy Roberts, Mrs. Camus Gives Entertain AtPartyDance Patrick, was spending a month, However, you can protect on sale
Jack Joe Austin them from the evils of this SHEETS AND 1.98 S2.98
Graham Mrs. Fred Dion, Mrs. t Costar Pierce with her parents, MV. and Mrs. p.l I AND
Lula Maloney. Mrs. Eliza Al- '! Lyle McCowan, Billy Warner, Tea Kitchen ShowerMrs. abuse. How? With Soft.Lite
M. Pfieffer, at the home home in Beautiful New Wash Dresses,
Joe Porter Jack Wilkins. Lenses! PILLOW CASES
Mrs. Glenwood Dorgan.
Sweeting'l Pigott, Arkansas, returned yes made of Plaid Gingham,
Mrs. Joseph George M. Knowles, Frederick Fernando Camus Thurs Mr. and M.rs. Vernon Albury
terday. Mr. and Pique, and Meltase Cords
Hemingway son DR. J. A. Special sale on these items
Ada Thompson, Mrs. I'ercy Cur Kirtland, Billy and David Freeman day afternoon held a Bridge Tea last night entertained at a party- : returned over the highway earlier VALUES Monday\ on sale )Ion$1: ( QQ

ry, Mrs. Anthony Trujillo, Mrs. I Bobby Sikes, Robert and Kitchen Shower at her home on dance at their beautifully spacious i in the.week. i.... Orthofon Soft-Lite License day at __.._.__>, .*/O
Crusoe Irs. Mrs. John Dion. Frederick Eno, Billy SILK UNDERWEAR
) Hathaway, Ruby 532 Duval Str..tIn
I Mallinson's Flowered Chiffons!!,
Staples Avenue for Miss Mary home Eaton street in honor &
Higg, Mrs. Louis Cruz Mrs. Ca Henry, Joaquin Romaguerra, i on beautiful
millas hanson, Mrs. Willard Russell -., Marvin Kemp, James Singleton, Elizabeth Grillion, whose marriageto the sixteenth birthday of their 'Largest stock 'of Silk Underwear patterns _new ti Q1 D1.UU K\\

Mrs. Louis Solano Mrs. J. !j Thomas Low Retchings, III, Thomas Joseph Sawyer will take place niece. M iss Rose Mary Albury, 01 EngagementMr. at our in years store. now on display I Organdies- 45 inch
R. Fleitas Miss Florence Sawyer J 1 Luther Swicegood Henry Gard- 22nd. I I Imported
on January daughter of :Mr.! and Mrs. Hilary in new Melta.se design,
Mrs. Bernard C. Papy, Mrs. Fred | ner. Bernie Papy, Jack Sawyer, Four tables of bridge were is Albury. and Mrs. Victor H, Rob- D. ARONOYITZ LADIES' SPRING I color the most beautiful

Eno, Mrs. Isabel Ball Mrs. Paira. i I Graham Connor, Charles Henry progress and refreshments were Refreshments consisting of ice erts announce the engagement of goods ever seen made in

Mrs. Louise Auxier Mrs. Daniel ],' and Glenwood Gibson. Hamilton served during and at the termina-I cream, cake and candy were their daughter Mary Louise DEPARTMENT STORE HANDBAGSNew Swizterland. Come and te

Navarro Mrs. Brown Mrs. Fred Williams Laurie Toolan, Eugene tion of the playing. There were, served, which were much enjoyedby Joe Fogarty Jaycocks son of tOI them, on sale at $1 06

Taylor, Mrs. Vernon Albury, Mrs.II': erkowitz. Ernest Ayala, George many presents, representing almost the guests, as was the danc- and Mrs. Clements Jaycocks Sr.' KEY WEST'S ONLY DEPART every outfit Spring Bags in the to match store. per yard _.._,.*, S

Joaquin Romaguerra Mrs. Vir. |[:Jensen, William Albury. Jr., John every imaginable article for ing. The puzzle-game contest was The wedding will be held in th.| MENT STORE Priced reasonably. SPECIAL SALE MONDAY

ginia Solano, Mrs. Gertrude Ali i I i Calhoun Irvin, III, Edward Pin- use in the modern kitchen. won by Miss Fay Buckley and near future. I Just received a shipment: of

phonso. Mrs. Brantley Sweeting,!!: der, Joseph Crusoe, Donald Pin- Among those attending were: James Moore, and the door prize -THESTOREOFFASHION- Children's Wash Dresses,

Mrs. Mario Albury Mrs.\ John F. der, Clover Smith, Armando, John Mrs. Raymond Curry, Miss Leota by Miss Lillian Lujan. Coral Bicycle Club sizes 7 to 14 and 10% to

Busto,' Mrs. J. C. Irvin. Jr. and Marie Machin, John Ogden, Grillion, Miss Mary Whitmarsh, Those present last night were: 16%, beautiful new stripes

Among the High School girl ; Sherwood Cruz, Raeford Roberts, Mrs. Leonard Curry, Miss Alee Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Albury: Mr. Enjoys OutingAbout I and plaids at, on_sale O1 .00
City's Ladies Monday
and boys present were: Misses !James William Collins Ralph So- Curry, Mrs. Evelio Cabot, Mrs. L. and Mrs. Hilary Albury, Mrs. Leading StoreI. ?

Grace Kemp, Dorothea Stricker, lano Anthony Trujillo Joe Fleitas. B. Grillion, Mrs. William Sawyer,I Louise Curry the Misses Frances twenty-five members ofl APPELROUTH SEE WINDOW DISPLAY ,'

Olga Kemp. Sylvia Dillon.) Mar. : Charles Auxier. John Busto, Miss Helena Sawyer, Mrs. Dumont Ellsworth, Lorraine Lounders, the Coral Bicycle Club of Key, _I

jorie Russell. Dorothea Camilier, Allan and Harry Carey. George Huddleton' Mrs. Joseph Menen-'I Yvonne Pinder, Lillian Lujan, West met last night at the home]I I ,

Rose Mary Kelly, Lillian Lujan, I Ballou. William and Everett AlI dez, Mrs. Joseph Lowe, Miss Mary Louisa Delaney, Mary Lou De of Mrs. Lewis Pierce on Elizabeth

Wilma Sands, Gertrude Curry, I bury, Bobby Sikes, William T. Elizabeth Grillion, Mrs. Charles Doer, Margaret Dion, Mbry Whal- street, and after an enjoyable 1-----

Ruby'Edwards. Florence Williams!, I Doughtry, Jr., Kermit Roberts, Lowe Mrs. Anthony Haskins,I ton, Louise Lee, Isabel Kelly, period of bicycling around the

Virginia Rosam Rosalie Saunders Charles Rodriguez Bobby Brown, I Miss Wilhelmina Goehring, :Miss! Fay Buckley, Edna Gomez, Boulevard, returned to the Pierce

Dorothy Albury. Susie Gardner, I Arthur Millan, Overton Ingra- Florence Albury and :Mrs.! Cove 4! Dorothy Albury. I home for a delightful buffet sup Have you installed your--
Dorothy Hjort. Juanita Dongo Ham, William Fundelburke, Joe I '
Dickens. per.
I I 1dessrs. James MoorejStephenaJdwiq ,
Donald and John McCann, Arturo Lowe Walter Bain- ,. l !" .' 7'! 'LGrrJoUc ult
i Albery Parra. ,3.: ,Th t.b2'L"P' ::1I.
; i ,Rex ,Biaza, : \ J\"p.} .,
Luja Jr.Cabrera.. Joe Arencibia III. and Sebastian Mora bridge., Merthyn Billy Roberts Evans. Marjusj Donald j i Otherue4's W4{ ?. :mat.; r tt'Jnc.e Sands'! ",.' MTaJcblmA-Sawyej George ,Per. Law... ," ')!?1h. "( ; ;: III.J'''bf I General Electric '

,Gone} pall!
The list of the little folks in- Pearlman, Everett and Eugene Remain,for:Season i-' 1f rAmo -I I Owen .sawYer'and'Hilary ''Alttarym. ea""Tomorro' 'I-jJiJ 1LiituTk.tivd ,

clu'Jed T: ; Giovanna Romaguerra, I Sweeting Bertram Calvin Gar ,

Elizabeth Ann and Edna Jean: land Cates, Charles P. Curry, Jr. ." i Thbectwt< I O'HqH ? c\n tennis tea will be' LifttopI

at Cas.Marmna are Ulr. anl-Ifrs.. ) ,held-tooiarrow; afternoon m iflt- Casa
') i 4s Marina pqurts; >,withlected "
Edwant (
Club-Holds mauselT" C': ))1h U1U 'I '
Key West Garden Point, ''t ng slnd, wlio' have ar\- ojourn group 'off;young socialities nforming Refrigerator? '

I nounced their intention of remaining the group of players.

Interesting Meeting Thursday for the season. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mullens of; Invitations have been issued to

Mr. and Mrs. Thanhauser have Nashville Tenn., who spent the all those who have attended the

-- visited Key West many times in'' holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. previous tennis teas, with a num- -
The scheduled meeting of then I i is only as beautiful as its gar- the past, and are delighted with;: Harvey Eagan at the home on ber of additional ones. These affairs Only

Key West Garden Club was held i I <4 dens," and Key Westers are urged its climate and attractiveness.!; Elizabeth street have gone to have proven so colorful and

Thursday morning at 9:45 at theji I I to interest themselves in increas- They are golf enthusiasts, and;' Lakeland for an extended stay enjoyable that they are now a '

Woman's Clubhouse on Division :i ing not only the well-being of the were to be seen yesterday on the: after which they will tour the regular and looked-forward-to

street, with Mrs. William II.; :i inhabitants of their city, but also local course. ,,state. Sunday afternoon event. $
Other recent arrivals are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mullens were to
Malone presiding, and Mrs. Hughe i its natural I (
beauty. and Mrs. C. H. Stuart of Newark, spend the winter here but were I
Taylor, secretary, and Mrs. W. J. JCrs. O. S. Long offered several New York. also frequent visitors called away unexpectedly. They MONROE THEATERJoan i -----r' -

Phelan, treasurer, assisting.: 'valuable suggestions for general to Key West, and who have returned expect to return here later. Crawford-Clark Gable

This meeting was called for the! improvements, as did Mrs. Wallace for the good fishing and -in- HOLDS AU THIS fOOD I
other to be here. 2 act. Bilk .2 V (
sports enjoyed pa. rt*
purpose of appointing committee, Bryant Kirke, the latter be- Banquet For CHAINEDMatinee I doi.. see e 1 Ib. butter
... .. .
to be in charge of the Key West ing particularly interested in the Mr. And Mrs. Perez : Balcony lOc; OrcKe 1 11 )t I..ce. e cbcoc I bottle 2 cjoi cat inuc..p 1
Flower Show to be held on Wednesday -! ,Planning Program To Ira 15-20c Night : down 1 tonic chcrnei D 2 Ib*.
15-2Sc .
enlistment .
of school children to : ;. ; bicoa)Ib tout 1 brad
and ; ''Be Given At Convent 1.lIIUIII11: Itttuc 1 bit cuCBBber '
Thursday Friday
Members Gulf Life Insurance :
aid in both the improvement plans of the . ... in 2 Ib*. lomttoc* 1 baachcclcrr
February 20th, 21st and 22nd,' Company last, night tendered pats one yonr! 2 cnpc frail D 2 .
and the Flower Show. ----7
I On Friday Ja 18, ,the Mand Mr Ride In A I. h e. '
and besides the appointm'ent.t Another session of the Garden ary. a banquet to 3-Place WacoSEAPLANE' .- ... ..5 ._- .' lard iIaiai&ddrniaaSelIb._ 2 Ufi-o.er coo.
made, divers details oi the show Junior High ,School of the Con-!I A. Perez. }1r. Perez, one of the tuocr. I qt. water bool i
various1topics 1! Club will be held next Tuesday ;vent' of Mary Immaculate will. company agents, is being trans t.DRESSES, 2 quick! flitting Karl 120 'I
were discussed, as well as 'I !.;. tubes2 lb. of Los)
morning at 10 o'clock at theClubhol1se .give entertainment ferred S
pertaining to the a very interesting Tampa as superintendentand Seersuckers at each $1.9ft
ments already !' ,'at whi h (Irae all tKej;: ,'with: enough v 'riety .*o'' last night's affair was in the' 3 RIDES IN ONE !and. $.98. See 1 window ,$1.00, .. perrnonthuijUI July 1st takescare
,please everyone, it is stated. nature of a farewell party. j display.
those for the committees
planned Thursday 2
50 mile
hoar ride '
I Preparations for the success of After a most enjoyable banquetat per on Now showing large assortmentof of the payment
Properly handled, and ,. will meet for the discussion and the water.
the affair have been for the Delmonico Restaurant the
'i going on New Spring Materials,
this Flower Show should
unusual civic prove It will ofj I contraction: of detailed plans some time, and a large attendance entire party was entertained informally -I I 1-100 mile per hoer ride in from yard 2Sc to $1.95. Don't miss the chance to have the
importance. relative to the Flower Show. is anticipated.Dr. at the home of Mr. and i I tke atr. " New shipment of Plain and

stimulate interest in the \'ast.1 A'mong those attending yester Mrs. W. B. Norman, following' 8 TO 10 MINUTES IN Flowered Chiffons yd. $1.00 beat of refrigeration at a
possibilities it for
opens up an day's meeting were; Mrs. G. N. which they attended the dance at THE AIR MONDAY MORNING
And Mrs.
limited amount of further beautifying Douglass cost.
Go::horn, Mrs. James Adams, Mrs.J. the Cuban Club. SPECIALS
the city and Mrs. Malone,' T. Ms. Frederick Have House I
Hathaway Those Mr. One lot of Silk Rough Crepe
participating were:
Per Person this trial
was especially eager to have it1 Kirtland $1.50 See us regarding plan.
(,I, Mrs J. Vining Harris, and Mrs. J. B. Symonette, Mr. and Skirts, each $1.00All'' Pastel -
understood that the show,will not'!,I Mrs. Eleanor Hellings. Mrs.!I Their host of Key West friends Mjs. A. Perez Mr. and Mrs. W.I I. 9 Until Dark Shades. SEE 'WINDOW.
I a. m.
be Imtited to displays and specimens -, Stephen. Douglass Mrs. Charles will be delighted to learn : Al : Large showing of Beach Play
I that B. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. H.
submitted by Garden Club]I I Falk, Mrs. L. Pinder :Mrs. O. S. Colonel and Mrs. Walter C. Jones i i OLD AIR STATION. Suits Slacks and Shorts.Ladies' The Key West Electric Co.
I 'bury, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Russell
White Shoes
members New ,
only, but that she will! I
Long, )trl: !. Wallace Bryant Kirke', United States 1 SEAPLANE BASE
Army weekend, Misses Floria Chacon and
I are Mary
the personally in appreciate the aid of'' Mrs. J. C. Gekeler, Mrs. WilliamM. guests of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen I'I Elizabeth Grillion, Mfessrs. A. M. Federal Licensed Pilot Sandals pair $1.98.and Sport Shoes, A. _F, AYALA, Sales Manager
public this
admirable .
England plan.In 'I White. MJS. Edith Rhodes Foster I W. Douglass at their home at 830: Herce, V. Vinson and Joseph: W.I No. 864t ,
they Transport
say: "A city and Mrs. Stuart Cramer. ,I Division street. ,Sawyer I .. *,**** .




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