The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00414
 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 26, 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: UF00048666:00414
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I Press Day Wire I ':; I Key West, Florida, has the I II

I Service. I ttbr! 1---! Wtzt t Citizen( ( most equable weather in the I II

I I For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key to West the ep L range country of; only with Fahrenheit an average

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Administration Issues CHIEF ENGINEER OF NATIONAL .I[ BY DIRTCTOR OF OF TRIP i! I HEAR REPORTS Getting Place In Limelight

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r I, Classes in English and Spanish There was no excursion' flight

Closer Affiliation To Be CAPTAIN OF STR. ON TRIP TO TORTUGAS I I 1 for both white and colored persons -I by plane to Tortugas this morn-! FOR BIG EVENTAt I I OPERA MEMBERS Roosevelt Asks Governor

will be started Monday un-{ i General To Come To
Followed In Various Important MOHAWK SUNK I ing due to a number of cancella- I PLAN REHEARSAL
Writing to Harold Ballou director :: der the supervision of the social[ a meeting last night in the I
Matters In Busi-- : service department of the Florida tions made because of the chilly I public library rooms of the sevEral Capital For ConferenceOn

KNOWNUJCALLY I of the department o research ERA district office here Miss committees in charge of the
: I weather prevailing in the vicinity !I AGAI.ONIGHT
President'sUall I Matter
ness Interests I and statistics of the Nina G. Ryder director of the of the island on which Fort Jefferson irrangements for the
I I this to be held on January 30 in .
I department pointed out ;
LATEST REPORTS FROM FERA. Oliver G. Taylor, deputy, morning. is located. I ;I the evening at the Country Club, 1 SCHEDULED PRACTICE TO BE
Following the announcement in'' j it was shown from reports of dif
PLUMMER chief of the National Classes in three subjects are to BT HERBERT PLUMMER
By HERBERT SCENE SHOW 33 BODIES RE.: engineer The Citizen of Thursday more than i' :ferent chairmen that every activity HELD AT HARRIS SCHOOL;
I I be taught, but at the start only Shy Awtortalrd I'rrss
WASHINGTON I IlNG it was said. The instruction is- for the sightseeing trip to'' i progressing satisfactorily. '
servers here believe it was more INCLUDING MASTER pleasure while recalling the tripto free to all interested in learning! the historic fort but late yester- > Tickets were placed on sale this I FORWARD SATISFACTORILY i iI question of independence for the

than coincidence; ; that on the Tortugas made with Mr. Bal, the.elementary phases of readin ; week, it was shown, and those in I --- Prilippines i is due for a place in
a day all but four of these cancelled,
: writing and arithmetic. 4 charge of the sale will delegate a I
da,.. President Roosevelt laid hit Captain Wood, master of ,the lou, several.months'ago' and ..!..'de.,"I' '-Reading,and .writrag in English and.it was decided to postpone the :; number o others> as sales agents,I Members of the choruses in the national limelight soon.

vast program for aocial securdybefer. Steamship Mohawk which mwaj: : dares ..it --"the MOst delightful and:Spanishwill ustart Monday, flight.until next. Saturday. J to: assist in disposing of, the tic-,t the opera "Pirates of Penzance," Th. _senatorial commission sent

Secretary Roper I' sunk after a collision with ..an hue.had in 'several :years.'.', I I! and .classes, in ,thei. third :Subject! kets.. .will wind up their work on the to the islands to study conditions
congress will later. In'this Dumber of people1 -
come way a
: other vessel off the coast.of New It ,, lIr4j.Taylor who).-ent to ,CUB A:CARRIES8FFA5SENGERS I ItJ I first act of the romantic opera .
'as I : ,
announced that the business planning ; ; ,: English! tlasses will 'bel I held |t who otherwise)iwould .not possibly t tonight when they rehearse in the jLHarris returns in February. Th. youthful t
I, Jersey, is well known to la number ''Mr.i Ballou thef'article t-ofo'Fort,:theUighScboolbeginninJt: at.6 p. attend,would be approached'' j

J jt and advisory council would!I of people in Key West- Jefferson which appeared, a The:. .{:Spanirth tlasseswill be '.t'the [ by the'' delegates and the.matterof school building on South-1 Senator Tydings of Marl.nd.ch.irmal ,

extend its field of operations. I I Agent C. E. Smith, of the Clyde- Citizen of yesterday.He mentions San' ar1oa. Institute at the.fade:; this, the, outstanding social I ard street. The rehearsal is to of the senate's territories
hour and classes for colored event of the will be broughtto I
said per- season I start a.t 7:30 p. m.
: Mallory Lines in Key West, in his letter that the and insular affairs commit.
With the President's approval I party sons will be held at the Douglas their attention. Choruses learning I
!! are rapidly
of the ; today that Captain Wood has been ; was very much impressed with High School, starting at 5, Steamship Cuba sailed ;yesterday -! This icocedure, it was said,I tee and head of the commission,
of 52
this composed : the parts in the opera and evenI J
group : times and
number of
.I I here a was i| the Marquesas atoll and believes o'clock. afternoon for Havana with 74 will increase the sale of tickets I i is expected to be heard from.
though only a month or little
biggest names in American last year at this port when the first class sec- this the sale of last
this may possibly be made a part passengers, seven year over '
I t more is being devoted to the prac- President Roosevelt has ake l
henceforth will become i itile iI Henry R. Mallory was one of the I of the program for national monuments -I MURPHY COMES ond class three automobiles, four' year when the ball was declaredan I I II
I both froma I tice for presentation of the opera,
for closer exchange I ships sailing to this district. and brought under the tons of freight and 108 sacks of unqualified success j Governor General Murphy of the
medium I
a II social and financial standpoint. the play promises: to be a color-!;
I vessel of the the National ParkI
The lost was one ( jurisdiction of
or liaison between business? and I Service. HERE ON PLANEOWNER j Those in charge of the club-I ful part of the celebration ofj Philippines to come to Washington .
the Clyde-Mal-
fleet of ships of Ferry Palma came in from Cuba house it will be, if possible,
S say
the administration on importast lory line and was leased to the I In another letter from George with one car of lumber, one of more attractively decorated this "La Semana Alegre" here next; and talk with him personally:
\ Wright chief of the Wildlife month. i
in. Ward line months it was guano one machinery, four of than it h&s ever been for any I
matters touchin-g business some ago year about the situation. \ al.
i Division of the National Park OF YACHT INTREPID tomatoes, 206 sacks of mail and An amateur production of the' Murphy
occasion and to this end the committee -I .
caid. Service, Department of the Interior veil known Gilbert and Sullivan'
terests. I HAD BEEN ON VISIT 15 empties. in charge is having a num- ready is en route.
Latest reports from the scene I Mr. Ballou is thanked for Steamship Ceiba of the Standard ''>pera seemed at the outset to be:
the White I ber of details attended to I'
Some regard it as of the wreck show that while 33 the courtesy shown when the TO MIAMI Fruit and Steamship Company minor renovation: activities are I :i mammoth undertaking, but with ;: And Manuel L. Que to
House's first reply to the recommendations ! bodies of passengers; and crew I writer and others of the depart arrived at midnight for :11 the choruses working in unity,
made last: I>December;'have been receovered 12 others are |: ment made the trip to Tortugas.The t fuel oil at the Porter Dock COMpany going on.SHOW lehearsals this week have been be president of the ?

by the "joint conference for busi-; still missing and among these i is I writer regrets that the Walter P. Murphy owner ofj: and after taking 26,158 rar more finished than was expected. -I wealth government there under
the master of the vesseL Marquesas atoll was omitted from COUNTIES The three choruses include
ness recovery" held at White Sulphur ; the Barkentine Yacht Intrepid I, gallons, sailed for Frontera,
the executive order. It was understood Mexico. ne of pirates, one of policemen provisions of the Tydings-Mc-
President which has been in the harbor for
Springs. What the that the refuge was to I Freighter Ozark of the Clyde- nd one'of girls. In addition, there
FLORIDA TO JOIN about one month, returned by i NOW PERMITTINGSALE Duffie act granting independence
thought of this report, delivered II be transferred and thinks it well, plane this morning from a visit to I Mallory Lines arrived 5:35 sre a number of principals included -,
at the White House the day following -I to make that transfer also and he>J' Miami. I o'clock yesterday afternoon from in the cast. |I to the islands is bringing: anotherFilipino.missiea4oj'axiiigtosr..Jn

Its adoption, no one ever! [N. CELEBRATIONNATIONWIDE will discuss the matter with Mr. Mr.\ Murphy was accompanied I New Orleans, and after discharging OF LIQUOR Work will 'have been completed'. .
cf the Biologicalsurvey; I tonight tutthe..ft'rsrict"'c5f the' '
was "stole" to eterinine.It Darling 'tiy'luspersonal p1 Kyslcian","Walter 1 sailed 'for l\fiami.and'Jackson-j\ by .
and the director of the National[ Martin. ville. opera, and most of those in February. They hope to ZurtherQuezon'
was known, however, that I Park Service. i I rhoiuses have learned a consider-.
EVENT PER- : __ _ FORTY-FOUR ARE SHOWN TO proposal for an "eco
:Mr. Roosevelt was rather cool to: -- -----
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"Now that Fort Jefferson has",; able part of the second act. I
proposals for recovery SUbmitted' TAINING TO ADOPTION OF I become a national monument, the I PERMJT? SALE OF INTOXI. As an open-air performance un, nomic partnership" between the
to him after a conference of industrial -, National Park Service has a very: tier the full of the moon at the Philippines! and the Unite4 States

leaders at Warm Springs CONSTITUTION I I definite and real interest in your,, 1 TODAY'S WEATHER 1 CATING BEVERAGES WITHIN -, Navy ball field, the presentation'is during the 10 years of the com
last year. the world." i colorful and inter- '
I' part of BORDERS to be highly monwealth government and the
Closer Cooperation Seen I The writer expresses the hope i iI I tinge It will be staged Tuesday I
|I Sun. independent state which will be
:Many believe that the selectionof '11, A seIstrJ I'rviuO I that he may have an opportunity, Temperature I Florida: Fair tonight and Illy AftMtrlnIrd l'rr.) j I night: February 19. as the opening -
Secretary Koper's committee of TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. Jan. 26. of visiting in Key West again at; Highest 65 I clay; slightly warmer in north and TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Jan. 26.: event to be followed by many t established at the end o: the decade -
52, which heretofore had confinedits !I -Florida today was asked to participate ] an early date, and thanks Mr.,: Lowest ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.-.:::::::::.581 i : -Secretary of State Robert, A. others through the following Sun- .

activity only to the department in a nation-wide celebra-:I, Ballou for the "very fine courtesy! Mean ...._......_.. ._............._...........62 'I 3p 'faa 1 b(, Gray today said a compilation of day, February 24. NRA Bird Is Back
of commerce for enlarged service!, tion on Sept. 17, 1935 of the; which you showed to me and the: Normal Mean ....._............_...._70 i I IF c'I! M054I I j jI' reports in his office showed 44 I The Blue Eagle is back home
means that efforts for closer cooperation 150th anniversary of the adoption other members of our party onj Rainfall I
I I II I of the state's 67 counties now
between governmentand I of the United States con-;I the occasion of our recent visit to i. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.:, [. :/ I t l.l_. permit the sale of liquor within MANY? VISITORS I again.
business: are to be actual from stitution.A Key West and Fort Jefferson." Normal Precipitation . .10 Ins..I I their borders. Clay Williams, who succeeded;
now on.Some. I proposed resolution to bo I I .'.'..1. rrrortl cover. :..-.r" ptrludrMtllKtf 'tf]( '?l With the exception of four NOW ALONG KEYS General Hugh Johnson as No. I

vision the business plan-, submitted to the legislature: was: .. H wVlorh. IbU MIMI-MIM*. I I '" a} II which never voted dry the coun- man at NRA, these days sits with
ning and advisory council as a; sent to Governor Dave Sholtz by I HUEY MAY INVADE'FOREIGN'STATES Tomorrow's Aluianac I : ties voted "wet" in local option t his back to a fire-foot square silk

sort of super "brain trust" with Ignatius K. Werwinski United j; Sun rises .................... 7:12 a. m.j ;I 7% elections held simultaneously with. portrait 'of the bird which the general -

members of the council actually States commissioner: of deeds for]! Sun sets __.................... 6:08 p. m. _"7:: ', ) / \\t i iI since, the general election last SHERIFF APPOINTS DEPUTYTO is now describing in a series\
sitting in at the drafting of administration , Indiana. The legislature! will ; Moon rises .............._.1 2:1 7 a. m. I : I h. ." or November when state-wide : HANDLE MATTERS I of magazine articles entitled

: hills which affect meet in biennial session on April I ___ I Moon sets ........ .....(....11:32: a. m.! Warmer Fair I hibition was repealed by adoptionof pro "From Egg to Earth."

business. Permanent quarters o i! Last quarter, 27th .... 2:59 p. m.1 I central portions tonight and in': a new amendment to the contfeVpPJO ON ISLANDS During the regime of Jphn.c!
have been established and every: The resolution I LONG OF LOUISIANA I 'I NRA the1 Blue in
proposed creation -| PLANS'I' Tomorrow's Tide couth portion Sunday. Probably i it at Eagle WHS
effort will be made to help smooth i of commission to be known 1'.11.1 L ,' < > UI evidence all sides. 'The .
a I VISIT TO .08\\i.T 'I. A.M. light frost' in exposed places) to- Even: before prohibition I was I on : general

the way of the business man to1 I as the Florida United States High ... ............_. 2:48 2ill:.night. "I f voted inHOlB dH but four of the .,:Sheriff' K. 0. Thompson who, hSniself probably, doesn't
the right: administration official. stitution Day Commission. con"l I'I SECTIONS "I Low .m......_......._. 8:08 9154' Jacksonville to Florida IStt its: state's counties had! voted "dry"- has just returned from a visit to i!' know how many images'' bf the
As described by one member of, members would serve witho i ; 1 _,_L: 1. Barometer at,8 a. m., today: Moderate, winds mostly) ; north by local "option" The four which ,Miami and points on the keys, bird 'were' carried out 'of:('lii. office

the council it is the purpose nfl i under the terms of Werwrn ki'1 I . Sea level.iSO.18. I west and weSt''And'fair weather rtvnapediaveL':: ,. wore Hills-,, ijays there are a great many victors -j when lie quit NRA.
the set-up to afford the business resolution, and there would be no (Or AiMtUttd I'rtM)1' -" tcnight Jvd.Sunday. I' bc.seugjsi: : PinelIas'Esambia and IIQnroe.cu' } on the different islands at The story of how the 'famed
man an opportunity to give his cost to the state. The c6mmis!! WASHINGTON, ,Jan. 26.--0ne j M' Lowest J'Highest.Station I East Gulfr,2Gentle} to mode rate,1 :\ ', It' this time and quite a number of'tli emblem' of 'NIIA'returned\ is thata

views en legislation at its source sion would have ten members. ; of the most persistent"rum'orsVashington inj 1 1I Last Night Yfslrrdny I northerly winds over south portion I ;Other counties which have 'l; have their own pleasure bunch of silk workers got together

rather than at hearings before i I : revive with' increas'-_ Abilene ............ 40 64 I I and gentle variable wind3 over | joined the wet column, Secretary boats. conceived the idea that
committees on capitol hill. I ed authority every time Huey' Atlanta. ......._... 28 44 north 'portion. I Gray's compilation showed are: For this reafon it was deemed they should do something to how
Problems ImportantThe I DREDGEVINDING\ Long of Louisiana goes on a rampage 1---- desirable to have an authorized their appreciation of the "new
Boston .............. 12 18 Bay Brevard, Broward. Cal-
question of the best in the senate is that the I I Wr.ATllEU: CONDITIONS representative of the law stationed deal," and designed the Blue
Buffalo ............ 12 22 houn Charlotte, Citrus, Collier,
methods of operating the Presi- UP HARBOR \WORK "kingfish" plans a personal invasion -','I Charleston ........ 32 .12 I I Columbia, Dade, Dixie, Duval, at Matecumbe to investigateand Eagle in silk!

dent's proposed four-billion-dollar of two southern states in I I' Chicago ........S... 22 30.i Pressure; is moderately low this I I Flagler. Gilchrist Glades, Gulf, handle any matters that may Ht went to the White House

"work relief" plan probably will I 1936 for the avowed purpose of Denver .____......... 40 68 : morning over New England, East-i' Hamilton. Hardee, Hendry Indian arise requiring official investigation first. Someone sent it to Williams -
be one of the most importanttests defeating two of his colleagues.The Me. 29.86 inches while. and for this purpose he has who hung it up in his of.
I.I' Detroit ............ 14 24 I port ; River, Lake, Lee Levy,
of the new alignment. It is t ABOUT THREE HUNDREDi two mentioned are Joe I GalveLon .. 48 52 I areas of high presure crested', Marion, Martin Nassau. Okaloosa, appointed E. A. Cothron as a fice..

essential that this plan be so i THOUSAND CUBIC YARDS OF Robinson of Arkansas, democratic I I Havana ..._....... 64 over the Dakotas and Minnesota Okeechobee, Orange, Oceola Palm deputy sheriff.TWELVE. I Poetic Justice For 'A. G.
operated as to promote recoverybut leader of the senate. and Pat Harrison Huron _ _ 4 22 the Plateau region, and middle I II I Beach Pasco, Putnam, St. Johns Attorney General Cummins:;

at the same time not interfere -! SAND, MUD REMOVED Mississippi, chairman of Jacksonville ...... 32 50 Gulf States overspreads most of!! St. Lucie, Sarasota, Seminole, ARRIVEABOARD : "stopped the show" at the democratic -

with private reemploymentof I the senate's powerful finance I. Kansas City..... 28 52 I the other sections of the country,! Sumter, Suwannee, Taylor and convention in Chicago in

the idle.Deccntralir.ation. I committee. KEY WEST ...... 58 65 Williston. N. D., :C0.44: inches Volusia. I I 1932 when, as chairman of the
of industry in 1 Dredge Benyaurd, of the Unit., Robinson and Long already I Little Rock ...... 36 46' Salt Lake City. Utah. 30.32 inches -I PLANE platform committee, he readthe

connection with the administra-, ed States Engineers Department. have exchanged dares on the floorof I Los Angeles ...... 58 84 I and New Oleans. La., 30.32 ACQUIT MONUMENT OF j plank:
tion's long range planning and i! has almost completed work of i j jt the senate. During the last J I Louisville ........ 26 30 1 1I inches. Snow has occurred duringthe : I II I I ". . Pending repeal, we favor

program for utilization of land is: dredging out the Northwest Chan- congress the "kingfish observedthat I I' Miami ...m._........ 44 68''I last 24 hours fom the Lake'I BEING ANTI FRANCEI FIVE PASSENGERS BOOKEDTO immediate modification of the
another important question where; nel entrance to the harbor, and{ he had settled a political mat- Minneapolis ..._. 4 18 region and upper Ohio Valley east I I Volstead Act to legalize the

the government and the council j will finish in a few days, it was ter with Robinson when he campaigned New Orleans .... 42 48Xew ward over the North Atlantic I ( Aknorlalrd Press), LEAVE ON TRIP !i manufacture and sale of beer. ."

could cooperate with mutual bene: learned today. I for Mrs. Hattie W. Caraway York ........ 16 20 States, but was generally light,f PARIS Jan. 26.-A tombstone I,. The department of justice has
fit. I The dredge} came to Key West I'I in her successful bid for the Pensacola ..m_._ 40 48 and there have been moderate, in a French graveyard has been THIS AFTERNOON moved to its ornate new quarter

'nd of vital concern to the administration -1 several weeks ago and at once senate and shouted: Pittsburgh ........ 24 26 rains on the north Pacific coast.I acquitted: of bearing seditious I on the lower end of Pennsylvani3

is the fact that the started activities. Despite a ces- "I'll go back to the people of St. Louis ........_ 32 40 ,: Temperatures have fallen from propaganda. ,, fI I '' avenue. There'8 German rc.i-
council. composed of the highest ration of work over a short period Arkansas again and see who comes Salt Lake City.28 44 1 the Dakotas eastward over northern The widow of Henri Lammer, Passengers arriving on.: the taurant across the street where

moguls of creating support among: due to excessively rough: weather,t I back to the senate." J San Francisco .. 50 66 : Michigan, with readings below -I who fell in tLe street riots which plane this morning from ,Miami the "A. G." lunches.

industrialists and business men of !the dredge has removed from the Robinson's reply was that "If Seattle ...._..... 46 56 l[ zero in northern MinnesotaI shook Paris a year ago ordered were: Mabel Berry, Elizabeth And mein host keeps prized
the nation for the administration'splans. ; channel about 300,000 cubic yards I Ii he comes into Arkansas I'll take Tampa ._....._.._ 38 58 I I and the Lake Superior region and this inscription for her husband's I Cooper, August Geiger. Emarita old-time steins filled with "suds"
i of sand and mud. the liberty of going into Louisiana. Washington ....,. 20 22 have risen in most other sections grave: "Killed at the Place de la Weber, Milton Scott Walter P. I for the "A. G." and his guests.

1 \ ." Williston! _._....." 2 8 from the Rocky Mountains east: Concorde "on February 6." Murphy Walter Martin. Manton ,
ward except in eastern and south I Considering scuch a memorial Harwood. Adrian Dornbush, Jessie "
WE'LL'X IT AT 'OPENING DANCE DANCE WEATHER FORECASTTill ern Florida. Temperatures con-.. subversive, the custodian of the Jay, Freda Jay. Oscar Hanson. Special Gospel Addresses
LOW COST CORAL ISLE CASINO tinue abnormally low in the Flor- cemetery would not t tx the For the return this afternoonfive W.will,T.fire McLean special of Detroit.Gospel Addresses

Something wrong with your Tonight From 9 Till ? 1 Tonight From 10 Till 7 ( 8 p. m., Sunday) ida peninsula. with readings down tombstone to be erected. names were booked, three of *t GOSPEL HALL
car? Bring it to us and feel 1 l Music Rolle and His 12 RAUL'S CLUB Key West and Vicinity: Fair'| to freezing this morning in the 1 The widow appealed to the them arrivals this morning: Aug- 720 Soutkard street Monday
certain that the job will be by>> prefect of police, who ruled that ust Geiger Emarita Weber and I and at 7:30.
Cavaliers of Miami Bob Pinder and Hi Orchestra and continued cold tonight; Sunday northeastern portion. Tuesday nights
done right at low coat. I I ''fair and warmer; gentle to I G. S. KENNEDY. I the inscription was "only the Manton Harwood. Others are Mrs. I PUBLIC WELCOME.
Gent $1.00 Plux TAX .
Lou Smith Service Station j'I' Gents $1.00 Ladies Free-1 Ladies Free moderate northerly winds. : Official in Charge. statement of a fact." M. Hay and Mrs. J. MetforeU I -.



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flu1!; C [lltS'( Oij : 15 LYNCHED IN 1934
Dodge Engine Boasts "SynchYomatic" Controls
ru"Uabed Dally Except Sunday By ,
According to the records of Tuskegee
L. P. ARTMAX. FrwMcat. Institute 15 persons; all Negroes, were '

Corner From Greene The Citizen and Ann Building Street. lynched in the United StatesMast year, 13 Ncv. : / r'C'l j every- \

t : : .;;.' ::.: "LAST GENTLEMAN" 1
less than in 1933, but nevertheless 15 too .fig 1I
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe / a I i
County. many. AWAY MILLIONS
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Entered at Key We at. Florida as second class matter In 51 instances of attempted lynch- I ED BY ,

FU"T -iIXTIl! YEAItUmber ) ings last officers of the law f Grp. .
year pre- 4- I I I
*f the AMria PrrMJhe I II
Associated Tress Is exclusively: entitled to use vented mobs from carrying out their de t 1 t t I I From a man seeking to ,
,r republtvaUon of ail news dispatches credited i" I I millions to a man seeking .
It or not otherwise credited in this paper and al.!*. signs. Those saved from mob vengance included : 1 tT millions away. That is the :
the local haws published )tern.SUBSCRIPTION .
14 white men, and.three Negro women screen transition made by l : !)
jne Tear _$10.0ft the remainder Arliss.
being Negro
Six Months __ 5.0. men. In his.new starring 1 : 1

Three.)ne Month Mouths__. 2.St.n By states, those lynched yere, six in 1: for Joseph.M.Schenck and .I ,

Weekly _____ ..hAD"EKTJ5JG Mississippi\ two each in Louisiana and i F. Zanuck's 20th Century .1tur : '
( The Last
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RATES Florida, and one each in Alabama Georgia ;
Made known on application. [Mr. Aliis" Is1 a 'rich old

SPKC1AL.OTICI: Kentucky, Tennessee and Texas. # -, , t I is: trying to jpick an heir.
All reading notices, cards of thanks resolutions cl Previous to"that, Mr.
rrrpect.obituary notice, etc, will be cbare4 fur atOMS Offenses charged against the Negroes I .. [
played the founder of the
rate of :t cents a line.Notices "
for entertainments by churches from whist illegally executed were: Attempted rape, banking family in "The

i The revenue citizen is to Is too an derived open forum are S cents and Invites a line. dlscusHwu four; rape, two; murder, two; and one . I Rothschild," the biggest Aches'C.Arliss'i

of public Issues and subjects of local general: each for associating with white production of his i career.
citereat but It will net publish a woman; ..
anonymous communlSIDELIGHTS r I *'
: "The Last Gentleman,
:..u...... insulting white I
a woman, striking a white : ?,, is .the feature attraction at ,
man writing an insulting letter, talking .. Palace Theater tonight is '
disrespectfully, wounding a white man, __ at variance from the I
ff j film in that it takes the star
and implicating others in stealing c '.
turpen- f __ s y ea the field of drama into ,
tine. j comedy. Mr. Arliss has :

Three of those times before proved his v
lynched taken
By MARCY B. DARNALL, were "' control which advances and retards the from one

Former Editor of The Key West Citizen from jails; five Were taken from officersof I to' .. P' ..x. ... ". '. ;;....' ignition in strict accordance with every by another stepping and considers it ']j I

the law while under arrest; the others I The Dodge automatic carburetor heat controlis spark timing change that is needed. the reasons\ for his !I J

The Kansas City Star suggests that if were apprehended by mobsters before: be- shown in the upper left. It doles out the The diagrammatic cut at the right pictures I ularity. ;j
.. the fuel ith- thq, automaticngine choke w.1pchmakes I Took Brief Ret i I
ing legally arrested. : . proper1 amount of heat to mhttur : f < :
the radio> had been in little : t.pj
use a more
cue help from the driver. t. : 'startrng'easyj. especially./n,.Winter I' j The rtar took only one / ,
than a 'century ago we might read in his In recent years the number'pf'victimof ..In the circle,the,Dodge water control is,seen; .driving, because, 'it chokes the, carburetor'' .. rWttflittcompleting The .1 r

lynch law lias been 'SK&tty-cfei J .jts automatic actipq.Pauses the engine cooled water. jntake, passage,as.,much,.as, %-.r;requiredEby- ()tbsthild' ." before I
biography that "Franz Peter Schubert
especially during..theuJasi! < deGade.,1! the 1 ,tp.%w,faster.or snore ,slowly'! '.until, the power tle engine:pt any pact t it Eyt op1eq ,, heatkals'for' his current ,'

firSt became known to the public by singing smallest num er being'eight' in"1922y ->'l plant reaqh; s its best bperatiijg' temperature; at's i Because.Dodge engineers] veiprovidcd( s,T 1'tchetPJ tar is more
I. that time the apparatus goes :out of action until this group of self-acting features,the driver'*..,0;, $nihus! about his : j
J( his songs during the Peerless Axle When_ it J is recalled that:)in'al1892: J.IH#-i } its aid is needed again. '< ,- / '. :: work now consists of little more: than startI t,ihfc; distinguishil artist,

Grease hour." less than 255 persons were lynched, this In the lower left is the automatic vacuum spark ing, stopping and steering the car. '. George"Arliss takes as ''
interest in the
frightful total including 100 white
-- men, every member of his cut as '

One day recently a traffic cop near the decrease in the prevalence of this 1 ..0...............soe..I, RFC to ask two-year extensionof I' own roie. Before the first *

crime may be better realized. During the KEY WEST INDAYSGONE I Today's Horoscope its lending power. started gringing, "The Last
Salinas, Calif., overtook a speeder and I tleman" was as !; I

bawled him out with: "Do you think you since 50 years in which records have been kept BY ...............e.e.ooee..jThis I Subscribe for The Citizen. I. hearsed as any of Mr. !': .

1885 no less than 4,189 persons day brings a rather retiring -! i

are Barney Oldfield?" The speeder quietly have been lynched in the United States, of Happenings Here Just 10 Years disposition but there is a faculty > I

said: "Yes." And so he was. whom 985 were white.COLLEGE I Ago Today As Taken From for teaching and a skill in i I i
The File Of The Citizen mechanics. There is also ambition ,
-- I and careful method that will*lead | 1Iodu'in1ze1 /

During a storm off the New England ENDOWMENTSIt far on the road to success, which, ;j 't be
Since January 20, when the mul-j, however will be long !before the ;j toy

coast a huge wave washed Jim Costa, a let season opened more than 250!.purpose is fully accomplished.to 'DOn .
is to the credit of philanthropicrich I t ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo
sailor, overboard, and shortly another 000 pounds have been received at! .
men that they have given generouslyof arrive in the city within the ;
Key West and it is expected that act the original Davie 100% Pare Paint
washed him on deck again. Aside from a their wealth for college endowments.But ; next few days. ;i11'd Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. \
; half million mark will be reached !I i- KKCTMOTIHEHRDAVlSCa
severe fright and-the loss of his false teethhe in view of the of 'b' I look for Davis 100% Pure Paint hu often been MADgr r
over-crowding en- I by the end of the week. The mul-* Support from a es is i rwsr imitated,but never..up KaCCaa.. ...-,..._..
was none the worse for his experi- dowed colleges by alleged students who let have been received from !Marco. received by Key West and those!I this Label Davis 100% Pure Paint conforms with ==="=:..

ence. only go to college for the sake of being II Caxambas, Cape Sable, and were'I uho have the idea of the road to 1 1are ) all pure paint Laws and it the only. paint :.=.--
>the mainland under consideration! of '. ==::
t I that carries a purity.
known as "college men," it is pertinent to consigned to the A. Rios Fish company j being urJt'd"y! letter and + Q.p guarantee

ask whether the best results are obtained I and shipped to Havana. Despite -| verbally not to hesitate but keep!j Look for this Guarantee! on the Label- I t'

After escaping from a Peru, Ind., jail from these large bequests. I the large catches which have|rafter: the project until it has been W.haw*nBonawiian with MJT Mbcr Fkutl MaA lKI.rer of naM.Bflar.toour "

two weeks ago Ralph Cummings kept officers That not been made, it was said today !byl 1 I :authorized and the election held I AD our prodea..re* ml* by u* u1 6.NIder.lad_ mid through Dukn aalVj '
possessingthe 1
any young person
II crews of two !boats that the rih'are for the bond issue.!! The first golf *< *&& **' BALTIMOREMD r
of the law at a distance by displaying natural qualifications or character to course bond issue passed: by a vote
still running in large schools;i of 14 to 1, but the outlook for the I G. C ROBERTS Corner Caroline and Wflfein Streets
a bottle which he said contained nitro- make proper use of a college course should and it is expected that large
bond issue now under contemplation
glycerie. When he was finally surprisedand crowd out an earnest and qualified studentis catches will continue for some i
I' for the road will be parsed !
time. The revenue from the catches _
shameful. That ----
any who possesses the by a much greater majority.
nabbed the bottle found
was to con- means much to the fishermen

tain only hair oil. mental and moral capacity for using higher as well as the shippers. The latter I Editorial Comment: Don't envy I CI'.I'IIIIIIIII'IIII..rs.tTldIPG4I'.I- 1

education for the advancement of mankind employ a large number of men to the local real estate men of the \

should be denied it is a tragedy. raltpack and ship the fish to Cuba..1 money they are making, it will I '
As a comedian in the play "Laburnum I Eventually mean money for all of
Som.e of the millions which do- (
are An honest to real circus
G'rove." Melville\ goodnees us. JANUARY I
Cooper figures that he
nated for the of J \'I
general use colleges mightbe is to be spsunored by Shrinersof -
had eaten 1,944 bananas before comingto put to better use by devoting them to Key West and will be given,in There will be a football game

America from. London, and is gettingfed the establishment of scholarships, including .. this city during the week of February tomorrow afternoon in the army i I
15 to 21. Announcemets of barracks between
up. He now insists that the propertyman .1. army
living expenses, for talented boys and the attraction were made this high school: teams. The game will

obtain for him the smallest bananasto girls who are unable to secure higher I morning. Carl Hellpenstell. representing ' begin at 3 o'clock. A good game is I PAINT SPECIALS

be found. education without such aid. the Frank McIntyre Cir. looked for a* both of the teams
cus, has been in Key West for seV.,,are in good shape and have been
Many scholarships are provided for era! days making preparations for f i practicing for thepast few weeks :

Senator Carter Glass of Virginia was at present, it is true, but there are not the big show and has concluded all t getting ready. for the contest.
The fof the I
77 years old a few days ago. lIe went to nearly so many as there ought to be. To arrangements. tent I SHERWIN WILLIAMS\ METROP.OLITAN \ -
show has a seating capacity of 3-i There reems to be no stopping I PALMER
work in his office ahead of time had his really educate one exceptionally! bright i at the : OR COMJION.WEALTH S
500. tIt willS, placed cor-,1,:the Married,glen's; .1 basketball? ag- ::. [ .

lunch at his desk, and threatened to "mur- and deserving. boy or girl ,wouldibeit.more, nWrtlpflBIfpfypV'I ; n"1*I$ !..Simonton'Itreetst . .J I'' :tregation. LasS nig1tfhey, jiginl I I.,' :. ?.LAT, t ,,:nPAINT..m WInd. : WHITE

der" the first individual beneficial to 'society than'the' turning fnst,114game, wvQwinf it} ,Jh P.lfLl1 fc ,Utili '
who offered con- 6ut at: :'viaJateriaJ < t. ''i } n ; L I : !) 'tat J j.U8Ilfi"1: Gallon

gratulations. of a dozen mediocre graduates,,.wji6se college -. )! : is 'being' hauls J to\theliotelgrounds i r lieS; ;igrity i vt.. by. dinonftrated jjijinip dip i ,1ch,their.'a,,I i I' Gallon. ,Cans,'.,'.;i r .u 91A at ._.__._._ I II

training:!? of doubtful'Valde'yft l themselves ana Ibis "rq'ovemerftl.! ; the?L. : .old.lt ord to, put i nubstitutes MM
fy L
f i of
'l I "wi tl \ t : I r lfon r!2 .. :!
wi,1lcCr.-J ulge until alI of the con- [. nrpreparatipn. flg ,
or anyone else. ? ;J9.r. fbg 1 I' , ,... :' ; :
HJ ,1 5! T"'f" r !
Filmdom and his many admirers : q 1\1 !! ignnpenisjp'ceived'withm"he{ : last;gamer.ibe.'p;j> : .a5'e,. ,'Mfji,, a, Jew l t. .V 6- Gallon Ca < l '
S '
: T' P. few days will b"e"at' tnV scene of.! tie : Ji | 'Grailon! f Cans,
might have lost Warner Baxter, handsome !t[r days wit "Havana .University! ?) .',1. 1 75' at ......_.... :
and able actor, recently when he was bit- ECLIPSES OF THE SUN building operations.. All of the mi',. team. These subs are being,tuned1 per gallon __......... o
terial received yesterday is for up for future games in the event I I
ten by a som.etimes deadly black widow the foundation of the hotel. Another -j ithat they are needed because of

spider. But, due to what his physician While there is nothing mysterious shipment received today M the absence of regulars. The score!

described about eclipses, they have always been of for the structure proper. Carl last night was 49 to 19 and this
as "remarkable recuperativepowers interest to the layman, and objects of in- Aubuchon and the engineer in I!win was the 24th straight victory ZILO I.I
he recovered in a few days. charge of the work are expected i!i for the Married Men.
__ tense scientific study to astronomers. No I
J ..
-- ---
important eclipse will be visible in this
The London Times, Britain's most A Sherwin Williams product that has
of the world during 1935.
famous newspaper, long known as "the part THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK !I I ,popular Jn Key West, anfl elsewhere, due to
The eclipse of 31 ]\ r '
1932 was
Thunderer," is 150 years old. Its first edi- OF KEY WEST -* i I it is probably the lowest priced PURE 100
the last total of the to
eclipse sun be
tor, John Walter, unblushingly charged at at the dose -of business December 31, 1934, and Zinc Paint known. A 25 Ib can of this beat"S
in the United States until 1945 when
stated fees for keeping out of the paper I one Comptrollers Call rat I gether with linseed oil to thin, makes your
will be visible in portions of Idaho and RESOURCESLoans I
news stories which persons implicated in pure absolutely unadulterated zinc and
Montana.\ In 1954 another will be seen and Investments $ 305639.43
scandal desired kept out. But the Times Overdrafts ___ 71.61 I $2.20 per gallon. The paint you get

long ago got away from that idea. along a path from Nebraska to Michigan; Banking House, Furnitureand pared paint costing about $3.50 per gallon.
in 1970 one will cross Florida; in 1979 Fixtures 33082.33,
Conds of States and Possessions - ,. i
one will be visible in the extreme north- of the United i
Dr. Henry Norris Russell of I
western part of the country.But States _,_ 139,370.68 a.: "
credit for startling discoverythat Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03 ;
the next total, eclipse to be seen Stock of the Federal Reserve I '
the earth's oxygen, so necessary to '
over any considerable area of the United Bank 6000.00

sustain life, will be exhausted in, one billion States will be that of 2017. It will sweep Temporary Federal Deposit : 2for1..5c
Insurance fund 1,954.01 ;
Better fill '
years.:: up your oxygen r
entirely across the continent, through Ore- United States Government
tank. Obligations direct
gon, Colorado, Tennessee and intervening and fully guaranteed -

states passing into the Atlantic in the I --_ ..__-. ,_.832744.73 :
Airs.\ Wynant Hubbard has returnedto Cash and due from'Banks 495,168.97 1,327,913.70 I
vicinity of Wilmington, N. C. But few r ,

New York with her husband and young people now living will see that one. $1,888,235.79.. South Florida Contracting & En
son after four years on a cattle farm in Other total eclipses visible in portionsof LIABILITIES I
Capital ,: 100.000.00 Pune 598
South Africa. Asked what was her most ,
the United States will occur during the Surplus and Undivided Profits 55.007.42J
pleasing anticipation in connection with 21st century in the years,2024, 2044, 2045, Circulation .... t 00.000.81'I "YoiH- hone k worthy of the
I Deposits .. ._, 1,633,22847 I
her return she declared - ?
"Getting my hair 2052 and 2073. Which is far enough to

bobbed." look ahead for the present. I $1,888,235.79 *

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soared high Thursday night when

the local fight promoter's brother, HEREMNDAY' the Christian Endeavor
nTDm !t lost Nlclolu rush amongst the undergrowth, and Pete, Mew into town from his
2"Joae& *.0 tM tcta killed John Ot- 1 which at 6:30
meeting begins
at the same moment Jerry !!re4. fathe p.
bore tae was Aicfc wat ccquitttdt South American jaunt and announced -
*. ** LUfctf. Mw .lf. It :NM low-eelHnged: room the noise of that be going to m. in the Congregational Church,
+ tae tiMtaarf / tin. QowUand. drfc J was
a band Just fca hot fcinut/ the report was deafening. help Joan with the Monday night BASEBALL TILTS WILL BE Sunday. Mr. Reynolds will give a
fut aa rick icttfc *U aartMf*. "Did you see bum Nick! It eras e
Afally ,' ;, Jerry Ifontattnt. 0 fight card at the gymnasium.The talk. lie and his wife are from
that swine from the liflm. PLAYED AT
sad Jimmy Fo: do mot fc: - I
ichJT tin vaJuaUcormula O.- Springing: towards the hearth I Portland Maine
borne bed stole 4. ftbUen. Mr*, Tabbed Gowilaad'a sad FIGHTERS RESUME TRAINING LOCAL'PLAYERSTRIM famous Pete who added FIELD II
up gun have traveled
OotcQaxd confrtttt tkat her Au- I Key West atmosphere to the. I They extensively
lasd kot Oaboru toeaiutOt- Jerked open the breech. There was feather and welterweight championship having! attended the InternationalC.

ton .w .k. vert Jecer an barrel.mused cartridge In the left FOR MIAMI BOUTS ON MONDAYIt's VISITORSIN argument a few years There will be a doubleheaderof F.. 'convention in London, it is

j baseball at the stated.
"Are J ago win be the third man in the Navy Field too
Chapter 41 yon surer I demanded.
the much-heralded morrow afternoon.
ring when i
"Quite. Td know Wm
THE !FORMULA where." any back to the gymnasium and
"T DON'T know bow my husband I stared out into the shrubbery. training quarters for Barney Boss j I weather and was assured that in J JI West's lull-billy. Baby Face Rojas the Pirates and La Trop.. splits congress supporters.

knew about Osbor&e and rot." Pity yon mU&ed Mm. I said! "He Frankie Klick, Max Baer, Jimmy]I no way would the postponement in the main event of the eve icals. This contest will start at
la off DOW to tefl the others.We shall Maloney Joe Knight, Tony Shuc-' WORTH AGGREGATION ning. 1:30 p. m. sharp. PETE NEBO
I Mrs. Cowhand went on, -nD1 1SI he work materially, against the gate.It .
have tie whole gang. hex In*ma co. Buddy Baer and All other Casa and Carbonell will be the j
I may have found a letter which came ute.* boys on the "Card of Champion," was freely predicted that the DEFEATED IN GAME PLAy- It'll be a great fight, at which, battery for the Buccaneers and 1 WTl Referee

for me after-after Jack'went away. 'looks that w.J.JerT1 glanced which was set for decision at the< deferred date, would be found to ED LAST NIGHT BY SCORE time Pete will possibly announce Salinero and Jose Navarro for the I DUKE WARREN

Perhaps be had been watching us round calmly,ana the walking op Miami Municipal Stadium on;i i be better and with the assurance his' Key West scrap with Johnny Beer boys. I 1 PIMPEY ROJAS

all the time.4 .* to toe table stuffed the remaining: Thursday night but which meetings -i of the weather man that warm OF 25 TO 13 Lucas, the classy up-state boy In the nightcap the Sluggers )i BOUT

By A desperate effort she managed tapers into .his pocket "Only ODe J had to be put back until next!; weather would prevail next week who whipped Jimmy Leto last will cross bats with the Acevedo Monday Night At Gym

to molAten ir Ups. "My husband thing to do," he continued. "We 1 I Monday, January 28, because of I a gate which will[ probably exceed year. Meaning that before the i Stars. 25c and 50cHave

I went up to London-went up by the mat must to make Wet.-& run for the boat, and the unusual weather which pre I that which would have been recorded Lake Worth High School Trojans Seminole Indian leaves town for j--- .

i j tram.He wu there for two days and vailed. bad the fight been' held oa went down in defeat last nightat fistic encounters in France-in -
Molly stepped forward. "Can't we "
when he came back fee told me what: Champion Barney ROSE, who l the original date, is expected. about three or four weeks time-
take Mrs. GowHand with oarThe
the hands of the :Key West
be tad done. At first 1 flldnt believe while-faced! will meet Frankie Xliek in tDefinal Max Baer will do plenty of he will help John stage a show:
shook her
him but it was tJ'1le-ob. my Ced, heaL woman bout of ten rounds goes work now. lie will do some ox-j High School cagers' by a score -of that will make ring history and ',

It was -quite true! I thought be *1 shall stay here" she said back to Bill Gore's gymnasium to ing with his brother. Buddy whe 25 to 13.Lake leave the horde of local fight fans you installed your---

would km ne too:' tonlly. start again where he left off on is on the card to meet Tommy WorthH h. reputed to a scrap on which they may chewj I

.'"Sometimes"-one* more she Jerry held"out the still smoking Monday and Klick goes back to do Davenport, of Chicago, another be the champions of the-southern and redrew as the days go by. I

burled her face and sobbed brokenly revolver.You take this :'ck.and some more work that he may hold I 240-pound lad. By the way that ? General Electric
district were helpless in the And Figueredo will be
aametimes'I: wish he had." give me the gun. It's no nee to you that great condition acquired dur- Davenport boy's front name is young ft
"You poor soul!" Molly bent over with that shoulder of yours." Ha ing his training spell. At the same I Tommy and not Frankie as was hands of the, local beja. In the at the ringside Monday night witha II
that Willie Jackson
beaM sefUy touched user nalr. nam flung open the door. "Come along, place, Joe Knight, the Southern generally reported. The big fellow first quarter of,the.game,the Key challenge

: so> terribly. sorry tor yon. h'a children-time we were off"With ]light heavyw ei champion, goes Is in Miami now and will be West boys piled up a-score of will find difficult to overlook."Bienbi" Lift-top
dreadful to think what must arrived home ill on
you Molrbetween us, we hurried .
through the: same old and!seen in action forthe next few j
have been through." paces eight while the visitors were score- Thursday after working short ,
along tbe dark and out a
passage wiU have the chance to"poliah''upsome and the fans will .;
days get a
With(an,'Impulsive gesture Mrs. Into the narrow porch. It was only less. At the end'of the''half, Lake while in a'CCC camp. Today he]I Refrigerator? .
more of liis great be'xing! for chance to see what chance be has
Gowlla&d caught 3 oM of her bands. a short distance to the beginning of. i Worth had succeeded in' making is up with boxing fever and plans.
the bout'\.witb"TMlyShueco.: the against the massive second fighting
''Oh;you're good-I don't know who the path and clicking forward the ( to begin training immediately inj 1
Bostonian who also; will the ;Baer but, two points while Key West's
half. of family. .
engagein t 1
yon are but you're good And klnl catch of his gun, Jerry, who had I. ; hopes that Jackson will do the,I
No one has ever been kind to me- paused one moment for a Quick look some bouts -with 'the gloves There are plenty of good seats score was 20. sporting thing and grant him a

except him." up and down led the way forward preparatory to the bout with the[to t>e had at the McAllister Hotel Lake Worth rallied in the last return match. That technicalKO Only
Arcade box offices at other, half for I
southerner and of
across the gravel. play seeking revenge
1 understand thorn !
too, I u.le!. "and I the fisherman holds is a
don't blame you la the least am Promoter W. H. Peeples whois places where they have been on the loss suffered in the first part in Bienbi's happy life.

only graiefnl to you for telling na:! IF I live to t>e a hundred I shall running the show in the in interest -I sale. These box offices will be of the contest, and started hitting: ]

the truth'iow" never forget that stretch of moonlit of the American Legion and kept open late every night and ,the hoop to make a game oat of Getting back to the Warren- t to

Jerry stewed forward."You have path, or our stumbling run 1 the Miami unit of the Florida National -] the McAllister office will be open it. Rojas affair we find the handsome $1 ,,' ..:.

cleared up cue great injustice, Mfa.owland. through the muddy and silent farm Guard was generally commended day and night to accomodate Victory over Leke Werth test Duke in the pink of fighting condition -' ':

." he said quietly, "but yard. for his decision to put the I prospective customers. night made a wonderful record awaiting with cool confidence t'O'A.-:i.:; .

t.n6l" 'someone else you're wrongedteeldes i All my senses were keyed up to J _. for Coach Huddleston's aggregation the sledge hammer blows )
Mr.Trench." ''I their highest pitch by the deadly - -- - winning! three out of three which only Rojas can deal. J mnhoI '!.

Sheared IIp At him. "Someone and us imminent. bat at danger the came that time surrounded as I I DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS i. games played. Everybody knows that Baby Face S Alt THIS fvuO i)!

deer'si* !jwhicpered.H The tine-ups were as follows: 'wants te- don the leather'with 2 n milk 2 J,pa.crem
gripped cay revolver and peered I. i dos. rasa. 1 Ib. bvacrI
pointed to Molly.! Tbera were anxiously late the shadows, a wild -- Lake Worth Hansen. f; Young Figueredo. The latter pk(...cheese .2 cans truc;

some papers wblch belong to Miss and uncontrollable elation wax (Bv GRAVY) I Sparks f; Bell, c (cap.); O'Neil, holds a close decision over Baby J down jUice 1 bouU 1 chef boule net CAUBB:2 1U.

O'Brien In Osborne's safe Ha stole throbbing through my heartAt Well folks it looks like the Willie out again. You know g; Smith g. Face which is questioned by the. tucon lettuce 5 l 1!ba bit.rout cucumber 1 bead

them from from her father when be last the truth was out-at last cold and windy weather of Thursday .! Willie was city champion once. Key West-Woodson, f; Smith, woodchopper and a few others)I puts one in your 2 Ibs.' lomitoc 1 bunchcclcrr .

was In America. They were taken the black cloud which had hung afternoon kept most of the" You just keep on reading the 10 f; Roeam, e (cap.); Anderson, g: who caw the grudge fightUp 1 I home. k-Nl.l 2 rpe dozen i/uu units: 2
out of the house on the night that over me so long was shattered and Carbonell g. 1 i.r dretsiac S t tb.
boys home and otherwise occu- Years Ago Column in The Citizen Iud. :2 Jcfctcr .
he co*
was ruarderelL""P&PftWr'She dispersed. I was free no.-rree to>> until Thursday Rojas j I .
sat ap with a euiekcacti. : look the world In the face-free to>> pied. Too bad more of themdidn't I (Adv.) and you'll read where Wil- ........................ would not fight the worst scraP1per 1 I 2 tuner qiuci.* ftCCUR 1 qr. water j'i bottle 4 29
come out and make out (to lie had to beat SpotUwood Kirk- ice *- lb l
"Ties tbert were $epera-:a marry Molly sod take up my We and I In in town for less -than fifty I
whole packet them lit took them the tourists, of course) that this land and even "Pro" Kirschy, tfhe Today History !
i work where it bad been broken off. I percent of the gate. Figueredocame 1 $1.00 per month until July 1st takes
to make It look like was just invigorating meteorological good in those days. Inciden- .
away a robery. i The thought sang through my was .....e.eeee.sea....e...e to town on that day and
." phenomena which causes t'xJ tally Kirsch must have gotten I
mind like music and the shrieking
of the
I 1831-Darwin. then 23, set out Rojas jumped to accept the promoter's care payment
TVTut 41d be flo vita them'- Jewry of the wind.it whistled across the hiliration and not apathy as some. lost between 3 and 3:30 p. m.
I naturalist the offer to meet the Duke
volunteer on
rapped eat the tuestlon like a plsiif. desolate aunt made a brave and fit Are won't to say. as a I I Don't. miss the ,
sboC- I historic 5-year voyage of the Monday. Baby .Face figures to chance to have the
tine McompamkaentW Among Sam Harris, Curry,Harris -
-ile brought them hack, here to aa'& xaaa the last bit-not One of the happiest foursomeson (no kin), Russell Kerr and "Beagle." heighten tucking hw the prestige Warren as a lad sluggerby I I best of refrigeration at a

Ahow me. There was blood on them In this light" Jerry had pulled n> the course was "P. 0." Willie Cookie Mesa, nothing but growls t away
Jack's. blood 11* wanted an to s eit. i again In frostof the stile. Fll ge teamed up with."Pirate" Morgan emanated. When it wasn't tie' 1837-Michigan admitted to and receive the right to meet small cost
." first because I know the path. Keep statehood. i ueredo in the near future. Fig-I
against Charlie Ketchum and club ball stance back- I
She cow DAitaadiir. } holding en to an behind Nick, and if course 1 See
eye yon. yes Timotheus Pittman. Willie us regarding this trial plan.
says swing stroke, follow-through or 1 j But he picked the wrong feD ow,
IB.. $aci of Xba riiate.MZbey'x: DYer see any trouble coming, sing out at I 191*-Hoover, Federal Food]
that 45 on the first nine is the what-have-you. H was the puUs. I I is the Duke's story.
there, in -dM bottom drawer of the once." Administrator decrees whcatless)
big chest: U. peed t. take then two best numbers he has seen on Some times it is the player whe I I I
eat Ten or twelve yards In the rear Mondays, etc. } The West Electric Co.
every'night and look At ibem. He and with frequent backward glancesover his score card for many moons.I is trying to duplicate the beet Kid Pelican and a clever Cuban Key

was .....t tell rOil mad-mad." my shoulder followed then But poor William fell down on the shot he ever made that is te 1931 Germany And Poland sign from Tampa will fight the semifinaL -

Cronin the room is a couple of along the uneven track. I bad a last eight. Had a par on No. 2 ; blame. of A. F. AYALA, Sales ManagerThe

drift strides. Jerry gar *a focSec- haunting reeling that At any moment and another on No. 10. Better 1 10-year pact peace. ..................-.....
tnal tug at the two handles. halt a dozen figures might luck next time Willie. Looks like I I Bill Malone and cronie, Sammie

'"Ifs locked!' be exclalmsd. oome bursting through the hedge IA .Charlie's trip did him a world of 11 Goldsmith were out AS usual. Bin HOLTSBERGTOSELECT CLASSIFIED

-Wbere's the keyr hotfoot pursuit, but In the taint good. From the first tee he had trying to break schedule and not
''fib., moved slowly towards the moonlight that filtered d 0 W a his drives thundering down the I:succeeding and Samuel' jut baring -'

cots. tttrntng bade the blanket but through Tea of driving cloud the center of the fairways and some fun. Yes, it was fui GOODS COLUMN t
down over the stiff.e t>rawJlnc Abject long line of .black hushes remained
ed finish-I
with 89. (Say Charlie I for it was an 82. Charlie Salas
beneata. Heat end unbroken. I don't you shoot some I and Louie Cruickshank also braved i *.......................1 Never-Tiring
-Here dt hr she uJCL'VlC All the '
Asm 1 was thankful that with some other partner besides ': the frigid wind. Leading New. York firms of BICYCLES
enough when 1 at last scrambled
ip Tim? to the huge : GUARDIAN
) fashion in response utfl
WATCHED breathlessly while
the dad And
gorse- slope found myself 1
Jerrt wrenched open tee -draw. looking down on the friendly I I It is feared the great match demand have opened general WE RENT by the Hour Day or I

ere 'Tor" A moment be knelt then little Seagull as she lay bobbing Hope our friend Morgan likes :between Berlin Sawyer and Lewis showrgoms in Miami for the convenience Week. Repair all makes and i I of yourHEALTH

fiUahliog ,amongst Its contents; about at her anchor. the course. What we want is for I'Pierce against '"Wimpy" Jones of gown shops in nearby paint them with Nu-Enamel. We' I

then suddenly Jumping to Ms feet With the wind blowing strongly our winter visitors to like the oat- : and "Duke" Sands is not,going to. resort cities This win expedite the any a fall supply of parts. ,

)M?swag round towards as.la against tbe Incoming tide the peace fit so well that when they leave materialise because the "Duke" selection of new modest, and as- Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles

-. Ms,hired WAS a loosely. wrapped ful-looking estuary we bad left now ] here in May they'win' hurry back 1 I has too much work on'hand to allow sures the more rapid 1 local showing 'and sell themes low AS $1.40 THE'JCE MAN-

brown paper>> packet; .... presented A vary different appear to play in October.' J, fora'little golf te'interfere.. of the latest,'styles. per week-, L.Stowers, Music .w- ;

f'Wk,'m there. M?1i l.fr. 1-, ance. What met my eyes was a tossing 1 I We understand that;'OW ByeV MorrisHoHsT>erg is spending Company, janl8itnoMISCELLANEOUS : Who like clockwork ,
j jm -- appears: -I
$ .,be fttd QuIetiy. 1 sea of broken water stretchlsg" Eddie Strunk-mnst have7 been ancestral 'bailiwick is'BOt: 0"Green several ds'lnMtami: at the present =

I r .lsllpptid i .off>tie|coven-r as hespoke away to the entrance, where a long:, Burning 'em up because he WaS I Turtle Key but Rock Seund. Therefore time for the purpose'of mak-' ', .. i every_ day of the'year

:An4 fcttt a dozen stained aud curving swell ot white apped break the only man seen during the last II he must be a "Duke of RockSound" ing a complete';;'new eelectkm for ri with a load of pure health*
trairipleQ.d ea nc tumbled oaten era smashed sullenly against the CASH PAID for used furniture. ?
three who.didD'1 have at Confidentially in protection
1 days on from now on. : -. early showing at his store ;Key
to'the tJ 1e. The arrest and tnbsicD'nisle half-eubmerged bar. II 1018 Southard'etreet.
; least a vest. Willie Kemp, vtoo the Island of Eleuthera is supposed West.
:;.otsol) 'them consisted of It was not too encouraging a prospect janlT-lmoz YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
was one playing along with Eddie to be one of the prettiest
two aheeta.ethlui'paper; fasten' and with an uneasy doubt as I
said he couldn't figure out of the Bahamas. The writer has lIe never has to be defrosted. He
brass FOR RENT I I never thumpsor
totetbei tar K clip,and with a to how long it would be before we : SPECIAL SERVICES
i Jtfotly snatched it how he was keeping warm either. I been trying for 15 years to get whirrs.
4mtctc jjlovetncut could get away hurried down to ] He always saves you dollars and cents.
: S. I. Melvin have had to SOUTH BEACH BUNGALOW.
iij from AnouKst the others. the dinghy in which Molly and P. must I to that island to see those famous

"TbU is Jt!,This' Is the formula! Jimmy had Already taken their play Eddie and Willie combined landmarks known AS Class Widow AT. GOSPEL HALL: All modern conveniences.

Father described It te me. lie places. but he seemed to be happy over and Cow and BulL (Wonder J Bathing and fishing at your CALL NO. 8

eAI4 .." "What do you make of It. Jerry!" it. Must have been winning, eh where the heck they got those back 4oor. Frank Johnson,

A low startled cry rang oat I asked. MelT Sure looked good to see names?) Colonial Hotel Building
through the nom And we all three "Not too bad,"was the reply."We Special gospel Addresses will be1 jan7-tf FOR PURE ICE

turned sharply towards the sofa can't start just yet but there'll be. delivered by W.''1'. McLean of -.

Mrs. OwUaoa was atandiag there. plenty of water In Another hour." troit. Mich., at the Gospel Hall FURNISHED APARTMENT 5
Stale Aid I'Jldn. hand stretched He Jerked his bead towards the bO:1t.: li CIRCUNG THE CAUUFLOWER ROW 720 Southard street on Mondayand Rooms and Bath Laundry Tubs

eat towards U.open window. "Tumble In and I'll shove her oIL Tuesday nights Garage and Telephone. 514

"A tac -- she gasped"out therein We can get u far as the Seagull at Wednesday Thursday and Sun Margaret jan1 REFRIGERATORS

the bushes! Look-look!" any rate. By OSCAR PITA day nights will be occupied by I.. 1

,I spun round ia A Rash, but 111"u Copyright t))}, JVn FuttHtMng Cal Duke Warren the much talked\ him may get the worst end of the T. Chambers giving Addresses on WANTED
Jut too lute. There was a quiver of I about Atlanta pugilist, will make milling.
the Book of ,
MICE ade of All With
branches, followed>, A scufflingToday's Monday a race twain*. his ring debut in a local arena These meetings commence 7:30 CLERKS: Men-Women good i Metal-Equipped

Monday night when he stacks .p According to those who have o'clock in the evening. health. Experience
I against Baby Face Rojas. the local i seen the Duke in training cessions : Common education WATER COOLERS
...................... j I Miss M. of
I Boyer Pennsylvaniahas old trial horse. This will give Key] in the Navy Yard the Atlanta pug knockout. It was the first timein I qualify for \'

Birthdavs won the state trapshooting I West fans, who have been curious knows his business and fighters fifty odd fights that the Peli- I $105 to $175 monthly. Write They're Economical! 100 Per Cent '

championship, the grand American to know What this Duke fighter is! of the type of this ROJAS lad is can had been floored. This boy is I Civil Service Training ,
....... ............
N 000 Citizen Burean.1 Refrigeration Satisfaction
Inc. Box L
like size
trapshooting handicap championship -I a chance to him up. his dead meat. Rojas is the rush- out for revenge and being in good ,
Ca Douglas ilacArthur, Chiefof Warren has been after a crack at! ing-in type and these are the kind condition as his gym work shows, 1
and the .
women's _
Staff U. S. A., born in Arkansas. national I John Nebo for some time and the of fighters the' Duke can stop he should erase the knockout by LOST Priced at J <

.S years ago.John :' championship! i I promoters have Assured him of a with A stiff left And let them have giving the 'Zarate boy a dose of : i
match with the Cuban battler pro-! a straight right hand cuff to the his own medicine. 1
Black Bicycle
burn N. Y.. author born near he makes button. Warren ) LOST-Large Lady's and
viding a good showing Although some trimmed in White. Old. $30 $35EASY
chairman of there 64 against the Rojas chap.In ten than his
Barton Payne years ago. I j pounds lighter opponent -' Young Garcia and Battling Vfllareal. i Return reward, 925 White-

the American Red Cross born SO can match his hitting power Buddy Joe and Eddie Cantor head street. jan26-3tj J
Baby Face, "Warren will be with that of the local giant. This' JI TERMS
years ago.Arthur. Ex-Governor Frank O. Lowden | *. And Kid Hero and Julie Ca- I I -10 DAYS FREE TRIAL
facing a mighty good test although is going to be A hot scrap and we t| bans will be seen in four round BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES :
of Illinois born at Sunrise
-- City Rojas is not A akilled boxer -; don't mean maybe. ers. .............'

W. Brown. of New York., Minn., 74 years ago. or a fast mover. However he, I BEER FAUCET brings big prof

lamed codogist-explvicr. born at; will make the Atlanta fighter step To back up the main beat the Pete Nebo local pride of the its. 'The only one of its kind; I

Uloit, Wis.. 81 years ago :i iVrad Frederic A. Whiting of Wash- pretty fast. The former truck matchmaker has assigned the duties boxing colony who just blew into I patented; no competition. s.J1aJ Th IJfS9D's Ice Company :Iic.SATURDAY
ington, D. c., president of the driver is A hard and dangeroav I of 'Young Zarate and Kid town from South America Where jtsdf. Exclusive territory. Economy .

1I I 1. American Federation of Arts, born I l hitter ''and any one taking the Pelican. In the first meeting .f he baa been very busy in ring, ex-) Faucet Co., Newark N. J.ijan261tx'

Hopkins Adams of Aujsx at Oakdale, Tenn., -62 years ago. chance of slagging it out with this pair, Zarate scored a cleaa'J J hibttio will act AS referee. ,

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'I I Ii other Bible Class and regardless Notice To Subscribers pitch, a new propeller enables the
SOCIETY of denomniations are invited to wish to express our sincere pilot to take off or land his planein

:-: : : attend. Plea. *. be prompt l a paying thanks to those who assisted in less than fifty feet, ascent and

th. any way during the death of our descent being almost verticaL
carrier deliver
i SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS woo year beloved one, the late Roland C.
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress FIRST METHODIST CHURCH PENTECOSTAL MISSION paper. H. pay Tn Clticen
Especially thank
Albury. do
15 tie we Subscril'e for Th. Citizen.
a'wsek for
'PHONE 7523Junior -- 1017 Fleming Street cent paper Mr. Bradley Sweeting of the Pen-I
Corner Simonton and ,Eaton Sts. and cell It to for 20
909 Olivia. Street yoa
................................................. Geo. E. Summers, U.D., Pastor Wm. Skondeen R. T. Sawyer, Teacher cent. Hi profit for del'verinf insular Insurance Company for BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m; the courtesies shown, the Pritch-
Church Sunday school opens at Sunday morning worship, 11 i* 5 cent weekly on oechnbicriker. FUNERAL HOME
Woman's Club Gives Sabbath service, 10:30 a. m. ard Funeral Home for their good
9:45 a. m., under leadership of o'clock. The pastor will speak on: If..>. U ,sot paid service and those who donated the EtUblUaeJ 49 Year
Gerald Saunders HE!: Ioe. Not The CitU**. ,'.
general SUper- "Fruits of the Spirit. Key W.* Oldest
Social Yesterday x SAINT PETER? CHURCH use of their cars and the beauti-
Enjoyable :! intendent. Each department meets Sunday school for, all, 3:30 p. : o.o*oooooooooooooo*.a ful floral offerings. 24-Iloar Ambulance ServiceLicea

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ill''its .own assembly room. m.. 4 ContainerPhoae
(Colored) amount of right conviction, whichif j .n2&llt"t; ; 2 TilE FAMILY.
The Junior Woman's Club of prize. High core"'prize for the Worship : at. U a. ra. Sunday night evangelistic serv- Center:: Street, Between Petamia it set into '" aRise 13S Nick 6M-W

Key West yesterday afternoon Michigan gameswas -won by Miss and at 7:30p.' m. The sermon ice 7:15 o'clock. Theme will be: and Olivia were free action
their Alberta Elwood. topics will be.as follows: A. M., "The Doors of the Shadow of Services would complete release from mor. in production of steel
held another of delightful Sunday al cowardice and would be
Among those attending yesterday's "The ,Kingdom of God Sidetrack:-Death." exceeds expectations.
socials Woman's Clubhouseon Mass, 8 a. m. throughout the
the city.
at social were:' Mrs. Allan B. ed".'and f.or.the: evening. '"Wit- Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer Solemn Evensong and Benediction the . .. '
Division street, with Mrs. Ross Cleare Jr., Mrs. Lorraine Brady nessing.For Whom and praise service. of the Most Blessed Saca- Other Spirituals service by as'.uSnal 1 during f I. MONROE THEATER

C. Eawyer, Jr., Mrs. Edgar Pan- Miss DorothyCleare, Miss Mary Young'.Poples' meeting at,630 Friday, 7:15 p. m., evangelistic ment, 7 p. m. week. s, 'b 4-a.
gle and Miss Clara Yates acting as': Fall(,' Mrs. H. K.> [Taylor, Miss o'clock.Miss Vanessa. Collins, service. Church school, 8 a. m. the Claudette Colbert and WarrenS

hostesses. :Miss Florrie president. Saturday, 2:30 m., boys' and William in
I[Florence Albury, p. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH
Bridge and Michigan were 'Retchings, Miss Camille Pierce Midweek prayer and praise' girls' church. Week-Day Services CLEOPATRAMatinee

played, and refreshments consist Mrs. Earl Julian. Miss Florence service on Wednesday evening at.
and Thursday
Mass Tuesday -
FLEMING STREET METHODIST (Colored) Balcony, lOc Orches
ing of tunafish salad, wafers, tea,!I| Sawyer Miss Nellie Louise Rus- 7:30 p. m. i at 7 a. m. ;
Corner Division and Thomas Sts.
cake and candy were served during -I I cell, Miss Norma Yates, Miss Solito Choir rehearsal on Friday eve Litany and Sermon on Wednes- J. R. Richardson. Pastor tra. 15-20c; Night, 15-25c I has been said that no

the afternoon. It being near : Cobo, Miss Nell Rose Knight ning at 7:45 p. m. Miss Mary E. day at '7:30 m. Lens can be better than the
Cor. and William Streets p. ; school 9:30
Fleming Sunday a. m.
St. Valentine's Day, the decorative I! Mrs. Miller Johnson, Miss Betty Grillion, :organist; Gerald Saunders Confessions: Alter the Wednesday glass from which it is made.
Shuler Peele Pastor 11
Preaching. a. m.
scheme was carried out in the Curtis, Miss Rose Crusoe. Miss choir director. I That is why ORTHOGONS
: evening service. Ride In A 3-Place WacoSEAPLANE are
II Sunday school at 9:45 a. m Junior A. C. E. League meetsat
Valentine manner. Marguerite Goshorn, Miss Juanita I II made from Bausch &; Lomb
I'William N. Knowles, superintendent 5:39 m.
Mrs. Lorraine Brady was Mayg. Miss Edith Russell, Miss I CHURCH OF COD SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST p. glass. They are crystal clear,
in charge. Classes for all Senior A. C. E. League meetsat
ed first contract prize, award-j: Alberta Elwood and Mrs. Homer CHURCH uniform in refractive indes

Nell Rose Knight the Herrick. 1106 Olivia Street ages.Morning 6:15 p. m. and dispersion, free from all
: worship at 11 o'clock. Evening service, 8 p. m.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Colored striae bubbles and flaws.
( ) ,
"The Christian'sGoodly Services
subject: Weekly
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Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. Corner Duval and Eaton Streets Class. 2-50 mile per hour ride on

Resort Fashion Show To Be o'clock.Sunday night service, 7:15 Junior Heritage.league meets at 3:30 p. Southard Street Between Thomas Tuesday Friday, ,7:30 7:30 p.p. m.m.,, choir re- the 1 water.-100 mile hour ride in DR. J. A. VALDES
I inMiss' Mayfield Knowles in and Emma Streets bearsal.
Evangelistic service," Wednesday . ,Leader the air. Orthofon Soft-Lite, Licca..
Held Here Afternoon 1 charge. ,z: '* .r -'' H. Gary, .
Sunday K '
7:1 SV/nu: l:1J..J.: If.UJ\ >-t > ItS TO 10 MINUTES IN I
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'.. _ _ _ .dl .p6 qe Prayer and praise service, Friday. wig, Williyams il" l tr& 10 o tr" THE AIR I
"I mtiets'Bt 6:30-pi'mtfciMits! : Mary > tfans-continental roller- II
The 'Advisory Board in chargeof all too often the Resort Fashion Show to be apparel is in evidenceTfn'a UL .**"J.JI: ] qUe j N.fP! tojsrtxfCLqyl Felton/lpregidenrfc1 jf' guc; v :ates, Robert Jackson, a 19-year- $1.50 Per Person __ .
.; i'ekekil --L " 0doT -
'. } !sfGLUOOtIOL> yiJSU! ;! i_,)& Evening worship service at 7:30 .| 0:1': -"""" _ un, I "
held tomorrow'afternoon, and Fashion Another fepectat
slUicg of Mrs. William II. Malone con-, feature will be the presentation k1 II. IJULdtll-'M 'aY' H! :t" ; tr ThreeStoryHouse Cl'IfD01lJI'"fi1ennQIl .!,'._.nb t !F1 c,Y. ;; ngv:. uenqitGSO t 1i t 11mB'i i j "1/"9 a. In. Until Dark _

ijjfl. Harold Ballou, Mrs. O. S. of the new cocktail/"gown1 Services Sundays:Tuesdays and ,
very Newest 1935
t.. StylesFROM
:. Thur'sdays\ i'cohducted! Rev. _:Jl id-week prayer service, Wednesday.Levening.4t clVI\ 1pj t.. OLD AIR STATION !! I
Long; Mrs.\ Lewis Pierce, Mrs. which has recently created a'sensation by ,' Piayer nUIJJJry s-
Laitf.un 'b '" 1:30 o'clock. WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. SEAPLANE BASE
Frederick Kirtland, Leo B. Warren in winter resort circles Charles E. > Senior choir will practice imme day night it 7:30 p. m.' PHONE 152M. dec20 -
and Ralph Gunn, have com Mayor William II. Malone will Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Federal Licensed Pilot
diately after the mid-week service.
pleted their plans and now have act as master of ceremonies for Intermediate choir will prac- NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH r- Transport NO..864PEARLMAN'S THE STORE OF
everything in readiness for the the.affair. LEY MEMORIAL M. E. -
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show itself. Among those who will be seen CHURCH. SOUTH Thursday at p. m. (Colored) -SEE THE-

No effort has been spared*to in tomorrow afternoon's Fashion CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH A. T. McCaskill PastorM. FASHIONSee

make this one of the loveliest and Show are: Mrs. L. Auxier Mrs.Roslyn .I Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. I A. Moreno, Recording Steward Latest FashionsFOR Inc.

most colorful affairs in the annals Palmer, Miss Susan La- Rev. W. J. Martin, Pastor 527 William Street Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary ,

of Key West. Stunning creations Kin, Miss Juanita Mayg, Miss Church ,school at 9:45: a. In., I E. Richard Evans. Pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. 'm. "QUALITY SHOP- them at the Casa

will be modelled by twenty Elizabeth Atcherson Mrs. Charles with Ed.. R Curry, superintendent Sunday school, 9:45 a. In.I Sunday service, 11 a. m. MEN EXCLUSIVE-But Not Ex. Marina Resort Fashion

leading socialites, and Mrs. Malone Taylor, Mrs. Mildred DeWitt. Mrs. i Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Evening worship, 7 p' !ock. pensive.. "We Show the NEW ShoW' tomorrow afternoon
will be in two Niles Mrs. Bain- Morning worship at 11 o'clock. I STYLES while they are Dew"
seen Bunny Sawyer,
gOns God A
Sermon subject: "Making
I I Sermon subject: "Faith in Christ. CASA MARINA from 3:30 till 6 o'clock.
designed especially for her and bridge. Mrs. Eola Swicegood Mrs. i Reality." TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN SEE OUR

executed by the city's foremost'|Janice Maloney Lewis, Mrs. Isabel, Junior Epworth League meets Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. CHURCH Late creations in Dresses -

coutourier.In Ball, Miss Mary Eleanor Boyd,i at in 4:00 p. nu Mrs. V. A. Archer I I Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. I Resort Fashion Show Fashions On Revueat Evening Gowns, Bags,

addition to the program already Miss Alee Curry, Miss Norma: Intermediate charge. League I Sermon subject: "The Eternal (Colored) Shoes, Hats, Bathing
announced there will be a Yates, Miss Clara Yates, Miss An-! Epworth I Hope." 717 Simonton Street Casa Marina
meets at 5:00 Mrs. S. J. till 6:00 Suites Etc.
special showing of tots' resort apparel nie Lois Hicks Miss Alice Jones,I II p. m. i Wednesday evening at 7:30 Rev; Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor 3:30 p. m. ,
Pierce in charge. Sunday at 3:30 m.
and modelling these togs I Miss Dorothy Cleare, Miss Mary o'clock, midweek service. Sunday evening. 7:30 ,-o'clock, p. We are displaying a
Young People's Department
will be some of the prettiest young I Louise Spottswood, Miss Nell Rose divine service. Subject:_ "Cowar Formal Afternoon, Tea, grand selection of Ready

sters in Key West. Four specially- Knight. Mrs. Waldo Johnson, Miss Yates meeti'at, president.6:30 p. m. Miss Norma THE SALVATION ARMY dice." There is in Key West an J. G. Kantor Inc.For Sport Beach and Bathing Apparel to-Wear that we are
will be displayed.
chosen young men will model the Mary Falk, Miss Martha Car-
very latest in masculine fashions. bonell. Mrs. Hartman, Ralph Gunn, Evening worship at 7:80 Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer -JOE. proud of.ANOTHER.
I I Men Exclusively
o'clock. Sermon subject: "The Fish Birds and Deer Heads
and this is expected to be one of Ray Alexander and Anibal Ar- ". in Charge P. S.-Beautiful New Spring BIG WEEK
the highlights of the show, for mayor. Great Crisis. 1002 Fleming Street ,. Mounted ;- I Shoe and Wearing Apparel ar. FOR OUR
service each
Prayer and praise CRAYTAXIDERMIST
___ --- I'I,, Company meeting (Sunday riving daily. Pay a..a visit.1
u -- --- Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. tchool), 9:30 a. m. SHOE DEPARTMENT

Preparing For Opening Dance At Young people's choir practice .Holiness meeting 11 a. m. Fin'Work Reasonable Price Displaying authentic sad
each Thursday at 7 p. m. Y. P. L. meeting. 6:15 p. m.' ::801 FLEMING STREET' -. -,-'-. ---- outstanding style in excln.Sve

Cabaret Show Casino TonightEverything Choir practice each Friday at I I Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m. Key West, Florida LatestFashion deiifn. Included in the new
7:30 p. in.FIRST. D.ARONOVITZDEPARTMENT arrival this week are' fabric

Mrs. Lillian Connally, who, is set for the Coral I I METHODIST EPISCOPAL and leather, pump and ttjrluktiei.
PRESBYTERIAN A wide variety to choose
with members of the Isle Casino opening dance to- CHURCH.SOUTH .
prominent >
CHURCHJ. I WE HAVE THE LATEST STOREKEY fro... And what price . the
Key West Woman's Club, is arranging night at 9 o'clock.
lowest !
the Cabaret Show to be The affair is being sponsored I ----: "EL SALVADOR" -inhand WEST'S ONLY DEPART. A marvelous yet showing of

held at the Coral Isle Casino on I I by Arthur Sawyer Post American C. Gekeler,. Pastor I Corner Grinnell and Virginia*r Knitted MEN STORE Pure Silk Full Fashion

February 8th, announces that Legion which will have Rolle and Corner of White and Washington Streets .. Hosiery to match our Foot-

plans for the affair are going J his 12 Cavaliers of Miami to fur- Streets (Services i in Spanish) t, Keep An Eye on OUR NEW
Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. Sunday school, 10 a. m. : FashionsSti SPRING LINE of HATS. wear.A SHOWING OFMAWNSON'S
forward at a rapid and very sat nish music for the ocrasion. Hitsof DRESSES and SHOES to bedisplayed NEW
isfying pace. 1 C. Elgin, superintendent.. Preaching, 8 p. m. : at theCASA SILKS
There is every indication that Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Mothers' Club meets Monday, THEM ON REVUE dance at our new stock of
Church CircleEntertained The will be based on the
this Cabaret will be highly successful 8p.m.Bible. SUNDAY MARINA Mallinson's SILKS and get an
for a good deal of new I book by Lloyd C. Douglas, "Mag study and prayer service, < idea of what's new! These

and surprisingly fine local talent I i nificent Obsession." Wednesday, 8 p. m. -a.t- RESORT FASHION Silks were designed especially
Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. for Florida and can be seen in
has been unearthed by Mrs. Con.I I Mrs. J. C. Gekeler, wife of Rev.J. Sermon: "The Lesson of the Tal "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. CASA MARINA SHOWSunday Printed Pussy Willow, Printed
nally. together with outstandingvoices 1935 Seasonfrom DeLuxe and
Gekeler after
ents. L. Oser and :Montero. from 3:30 till 6 p. ....
and personalities that have RESORT FASHION others. Watch our win-
noon entertained the members of many
Bible hour
study ,
appeared in previous shows under l Pastors SPRING SHOWING OF dows for the display of Mallin
the Woman's of the
her direction. Auxiliary Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock. Duval and Angela Streets SHOW son's Silks.LADIES' .
... First Presbyterian Church of Key
Sunday school, 3 p. m. NEW FOOTWEARJor NEW UNDERWEAR

West at the church manse. Taylor, left test night for, her I ucSerxice/.an..Spanjsh\ !, Friday,..at j J: !( 1111HOllSBEG Dainty New Gowns, PaJamas -

Give,Shower For This is the week of pr yer'for home in,.. TUiaW(. v'l I I pI. BC'bL' /.' 7WPsm.ic: : Jrl.L: 'to!, .' JJ' '- Jhe: jiilting-Shop Men, Women and Step-ins, DanceA ,,Eets4
the'Southet'hPresbyterian c
Foreign Missions of ; (;11 (("t'iss'J.n6sqs.s" 8Uq -
Miss M. Roberts ; . Children Etc. We can supplyyij
t Vk-i- jj'- J. Colonial Hotde81dgV-
Churches ".rial; 'an .
11 Mr. anJMt'sY'a'Ar"Higgs\ left I CJiRITIANSC1ENCESOlE.? : your individual need4.a IBEAJTWIJI

appropriate program was beautifully yesterday afternoon for Miami for IJMUIUS! \ ..H.O"IJ.. f.' t .!. '1 : Just received the largest J ..pNoi
A: shower was held] yesterday . "'
handled by Mrs. John Teach assortment 'Shoes &
I of. for ; burTrcrafactd)
rela- :
afternoon a"vjsit of several days with I L 'HOL-s'tToEbrabeth: Street I IW5ndy c vrLf ic.i'csc "l U.01J'; S W-1.6rI.' Lags
at the Golden Eagle 1 and Mrs. Walter Norman.'"I vesA:3:!\ !,' "*' JG7GpGLa;:: wc(:|- : at 1ic'doek.t ; the entire 'family. Whites SpringResort-.Bags-tn--.. trej t
Hall UtlQrning'Jseryico ; 'IIJ.-( '1In: ; J'I1 l'lI1U, lOU6L-
for Miss
Mary daugh-I Mrs. Gekeler rendered the devotional V!.";-'bl.' gUq blTf S ilL/.IC&! &' ttf-! I .. ylfl4RLIS5 I and mendous assortment. Everyonq
Lcobje.i' bby ) vr| '- 'u Sport, Combinations
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor and a short talkVOiroHd Miss ''Barbai; Curry left last evening service at Jt.HJJIJ': '" tI.: '()LJ3i 1n --'" :a w1LL.EF. .ON.JMPLA':: Heels a new"ereation.t! co '.*., j
Wednesday High Low Heels
erts whose to ( ::1'J' ,
marriage Joseph
I missions was given by the Rev. '' BEAUTIFUL LINEOF'DRESSES
where 'sh' "
for ' -
Jaycocks will be solemnized on Gekeler. night Tavernier 'o'clock.. V TOMORROW AFTER- Medium Heels, for Sport -
I will join her mother and after in Society build- \
Reading room
February 7 at the Fleming Street and Dress Wear.Women .
I Lovely Spring Ensembles.
staying a few days will to Mi- Tuesdays and Fridays J NOON AT
I go ing open "
Methodist Church. Tift. There were a great number Smart Swagger Suits in Chiffon
ami for a visit. from 3 to 5 o'clock.CATHOLIC
There was an interesting pro- of beautiful gifts presented to the Flat Crepe Silk Tweeds

gram, and two prizes were awarded -II I bride-to-be and all present expressed CHURCH You have your choice of a Silk DeLuxe. Etc. One and
W. W. Demeritt, superintendent 2-piece outfits.
one to Mrs. Euphemia Rus themselves as having had splendid selection of
sell of the Seventh Lighthouse CASA MARINA new All have newly arrived and
and another to Miss Rose a highly enjoyable afternoon.
District, left last night for Washington St. Mary's Star of the Sea leathers in whites, etc., all are lovely, smart and different.

D. C., to attend a confer- Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., sizes and all yridths. MONDAY SPECIALS

eeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeoee* *eee* .*o oeeeeeee ence of superintendents from all in charge 25 doz. Ladie. Dresses In
I parts of the United States and Order of services for this Resort $1.98 UP Pique, Broadcloth: and Swiss
possessions.Miss church: sizes 14 to 52, all one

-----------------....................-............ Sunday morning Masses will be Men's SuitsNow price _, -,-,- ..., /. $1.00
o'clock. 10 dos Children's Washable
said at 7 and 9:30
Sands: returned yesterday -' Sheriff K. 0. Thompson, who Etta Patterson left on the at 7 o'clock. Fashion showing the largest Dresses, sizes 2 to 14. to go

from Miami where he went to was in Miami for a few days on Steamship Cuba yesterday for Havana -i Week-day service Mass at 7:30 o'clock- iMptgcLcasI.ui of at _._...._ $1.00
Evening variety
spend two days with relatives.J. business, returned over the high for a brief visit with her new JUST RECEIVED-Silk Taffeta -

way yesterday 'after oon. brother, Elliott Patterson and I Sundays and Fridays. ,Linen. Summer Stats specially priced Monday

R. Valdes and son, J. A. Val- will'leave,.Tuesday for Sn'Fran-1 SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Show '- < per yard __ __' 69.
des, who went Wednesday to Mi- Dr. Armando .Cobo returnedover cisco. and from. there begin a trip, GEORGE S everf jbpwn; in the city at Silk. Foulards, all patterns,
r T T special/per yard ._._. ... 7Sc
ami on a short business and pleasure : the highway yesterday after- to the Hawaii i Islands:for a tour Sunday Services: jpopuliSir: prices; plain .aU colors
Piqu; per yard 2Sc
trip, returned yesterday.Carl noon from Miami where he wentto of the;Orient. ; Mass, 7, 9:30 and 11 a.' m. backs and pinch backs 40 inch While'Batiste, )'d. 20c

attend a'' dental clinic which 'd. I Evensong and Benediction of f FROM 3:30 'l'ILL:6OOOcL : S9.5OMeri Transparent Velvet in Pink

Rom senior radio electri- was Held Thursday!! night.! : Earl Julian, of thejfey, .West! the Most Blessed Sacrament. 8 p. c) :, f' UP and .white. looks like Silk,

cian with the lighthouse department ----- Electric,r company,sales ""force, returned -] m. per yard T , ...- __ 29<<

who was on an inspectiontrip Eddie Pividal of Tampa is here yesterday from, a trip to, Church school, 9:30 a. m. ,'f Shirtsof Colored Linene per yard ? 2V

to different points in the Sev- visiting relatives for a fortnight. Miami where he joined 400 others Sermons at 11 a. m.;and 8 p. za. Displaying :-new creations ; 15 yards' Printed Voile and
fine Broadcloth in Printed 'Flaxons, Monday
enth District, returned jcsterday. He is the guest of his aunt and who were awarded a three-day' Week Day Services: ..
only, per yard lie
uncle, Cuban Vice Consul and Mrs.J trip in recognition of outstanding' Mass every day at 7 a. m. and I in Whites and new fancy Ladies' Hats, all new- shapes,

Dr. R. A. Fina, for several .Mendoza. sales achievements in selling also on Wednesday at 9 a. m. 1 patterns -S ._ $1.50'10 $6.00

years a practicing: physician in equipment of the General Electric Morning and evening prayer LADIES' SPRING SleOO Ladies' All Silk Slips ..... $l.lf
Key West, left yesterday for Havana L. P. Artman. publisher of The company. daily at 6:45 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. SPECIAL I II 10 doz. Crinkle Bed Spreads,

acompanied by Mrs. Fina, Key West Citizen, returned yesterday Confessions: Saturdays at 4:30 DRESSES I special -._ 95c

where he will make his future from a business trip to Miami. Miss Marie Thompson, daughter m. SHOES HATS Men's Shoes -THESTORE -

home. of Mr. and :Mrs. Norberg' t

Thompson, who was with her par..IP. MIXED BIBLE CLASS ACCESSORIESBEACH Blacks, Browns, Whites OFFASfflON

Claude Albury, in charge of the Mrs. W. F. Perez. who was visiting ents for the holiday ,season and' and Sport Combinations;

immigration bureau in Key West, her mother, Mrs. was forced to remain for a while, Sam B. Pinder and.W. P. MonU- and, complete assortment City*. Leading LuuiU* Stor*

returned )yesterday from Miami Gardner and other relatives, anc because of illness,.left last night cino. Teachers JI WEAR $2 95

where he went Wednesday, accompanying -I was guest of honor at a bridge for Tarrytown on' Hudson New This class meets every Sundaf MATINEE: 10-lSc UP ; ..I. APPELROUTH! : : .... '

Mm. Albury. who luncheon Wednesday York, to resume her studies at I morning at the Harris School auditorium NIGHT: r

will return after visiting friends.: given by her niece, Mrs. Charles, Marymount College. at 10 o'clock.: Men and. 1525cJ" .---- 1 1If -
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