The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00415
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 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: UF00048666:00415
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All entries in the aquatic and ; : HEAD OF MOVEMENT, AS-
j The following names are
field meets to be staged by the NECESSARY INFORMATION
contained in the honor roll for the
recreation division of the Key --
I Harris School, just issued, Cover-
following is a I list of promotions West Administration, as part of Since the announcement of the Mornings afternoons and nights While a number of Key Westers It sometimes happens that a
: ing the six weeks' period ending
the Division I President's Birthday Ball was will be filled with activities next movement is going forwardto
of pupils at the celebration of "La Semana left Saturday and Sunday for Miami collector
stamp asks to give
Street and Harris Schools as com made in The Citizen on January month when the celebration of with the intention of seeing you January 25: organize and establish a Naval
Alegre" must be in by February him a certain stamp seemingly of Militia Division
piled by Professor W. C. Duncan,I 10, General Chairman Wm. H.i "La.Semana Alegre" is staged in the fight card'at the Municipal 6A-Ray Demeritt, Walter Mc- for Key West and

who presides over both of these 1, it was emphasized today. Malone and his assistants have Key 'West. The full program of I Arena tonight, others have book no value to you. You oblige and Cook, Ida Fae Curry, Josephine Monroe County under the direction .

institutions: Registrations are being handled been working night and day per events was announced today by ed passage on the plane leaving give him the requested copy onlyto Padron. of Lieutenant Commander

Pupils promoted from Division I by the, recreation department, and I I fecting arrangements for the affair the Key West Administrationwhich I this, afternoon. find out later that you, per 5B-Copelyn Ramsey, Betty William II. Reardon, U. S. N. r.,

Street School to Junior High number already have been re which will be held Wednes- is sponsoring the week's' I Several of these went last week haps have given away a fortune Pierce, Raymohd Ovide. who has for many years been

School: a day night. January 30. celebration. I but. were disappointed because of said a Key West philatelist today. 4A-4B-Jack Sawyer, Edwin identified with Naval Reserve find

Alvio- Acevedo: ,' John .Dyson, I ceived.. it was said. Those in charge of the different 1.1 Starting i with Maging.of the:t the ,postponement of. the events Recently Mrs E. C. Reybold of Reshore, Yvonne> .White, Ellen Naval Militia affairs. lie i U=I also

Delfin'''Fernandez,**Maria Hetnan* ,II Golfers also are registering for committees have accomplished , 1Wiratea of *Penjan e.'f: Tuesday. die tothe chilling.weather in.Mi- Denver, Colorado, found an old Wharton Barbara, J. Johnson, to be. rctnembero'J during the war
as Executive:; Officer of the Naval
dez:;," Jose Martinez,.' Ray Pierce, [,the golf tournament which will much and it b promised that, .nbcht."HfebrltuycM. ; even\t.wiU,. .mi,1 .tI,Th\lr\ day.,night,..and .,.. ,provisional ,tamp which was can- Ruth Thompson:, \Ray Rogers;' Air :Station her . .

: to close ,the "weekof the ball will be' one of tkovmo follow,.in .. celled in Nashville, Tenn., on August CharlesSands, ;Theoxjore Gibson,
Bobbyl'Bawyer-; George 'Sawyer; come a : during I rapid spccesaioa.through' turned,.the.if olio wing day.Boakingsffortthe.plane :Thi ..movement. has. the personal

Robert Smith'John, ':Spencer:) Celi ( joy However, it was ;pointedout elaborate social events eVe:ear-;the .jfoliowiagrt( undayiviFebraary22V ,. .this afternoon 7, 1861. Since this is the only Elsie Perez. I ,.sanclignand; ; endorsement of

do' Valdez, Earl Wahl Jasper more entries in the women's ranged in Key West. include the.names-of ;Dr. ropy ever found that has been 4A-Rose Marie,.Roberts. ,,1..1, .the _mtyor,.,.Honorable Wm.; 11.

Walker Last week the tickets were Ion Dates and places ,-.for (.otber.. J. A. Valdes, J. R. Valdes. CX O.i, postally used, it is a sensationalfind 3A--Julius Napoles,,Mary Ram ,llalone;,.the ,Board of Commissioners

Rosa Arango, ,Aileen Bethel, field are wanted.GRAND sale and W. Curry Harris, chair events during "La Semana Alegre"follow 'I Ackerman J. G. Curtis, Benjamin and has a value of many thou- sey, Edna Mae Hough Katherine Carl BervaUr, Monroe: Wm.County It..; Messrs.Porter.

Eugenia Brost Susan Cash, Velia man of the committee on tickets, : Sawyer Berlin Sawyer and K. O. sand dollars. Connor, Uida Thompson. N6rberg Thompson, Arthur Gomez

Castro, Aurora Castro, Minnie Edwards MASTER placed them with those who have Wednesday, February 20: I Thompson. Every few months a new find 4B-Eugene Berkowitz, Ernest state senator; Bernie C

Gertrude Gonzalez, May I'always been foremost in the fur- Massed Drill and Setting-up Exercises electrifies stampdom. New treas- Salazar. Papy, state representative to the
Henriquez, Mary Lowe, Betty therance ures come to light, the existenceof 2A Doris legislature.M. .
of events of this kind children -Madge Mallory,
Jane Phyllis Lucsa.Matcovich Barbara MASONS TO PAY and it Is expected that the sale iew Park by ;school Afternoon, Opening, Bay., SCHOONER YACHT which had been unknown. Hid- Lowe, Everett Rosam, George E. Gilfond, acting adminis-
will far exceed that of last den up in the attic, or betweenthe trator for Key Wed of the Flori-
Roberts, Margaret Roberts, Maud year. of Annual Flower Show, Key West of old family books, Jensen, Earl Gwinn. da interviewed
VISIT TO CITYFRED Other chairman are: Harold pages ERA when stat-
Roberts, Ottilee Roberts, Helena Ballou, publicity; Dr. II. C. Gale), Public Library; Night, Masquerade LEAVESSUNDAY there are stamps which to the 2B1-Joan Elbertson, Patsy ed he thought it an excellent idea,
Saunders, Isabel Swain, Florence Street Dance, Boulevard;' Albury, Margaret de Leon Jean
ballroom; Mrs. Fred Kirtland, pro- owner seem utterly worthless, but it is sUted.
Sweeting, Lorene Taylor, Ada gram; John Finder, music Sebas Thursday, February 21: Tennis which to collectors are worth their Garthside. Anita Mesa, Nell Rose The movement is sponsored by
Thompson.List W. DELANEY SCHEDULED ; Semi-Finals, Bayview Park, Schooner thousand times in Sands, Nellie Thrower, Jimmie
tian Cabrera, Jr., entertainment. The magnificent weight many Commander Geo. B. Graham, U
and Golf Semi-Finals
of perfect attendance for TO ARRIVE TOMORROW; All of these have attended to all Club Afternoon Aquatic Yacht Mabel Taylor, which arrive gold.The Singleton. S. N. R., retired, and Chaplain
one school year, 6A: ; Sports West Philatelic Society 2B2-Nancy Disdeal, Ruby James S. Day. U. S. N., retired,
matters, relegated to their com- Boulevard ed last week and berthed at the Key -
Night Moonlight Re-
Bobby Sawyer, George Sawyer TO BE MET BY LOCAL DELE- ; .
: Wharton. officers who have
with 729 long been identified
mittees, to the smallest detail, and I : headquarters at :
John Spencer, May Ilenriquez, gatta, Yacht Basin in Naval Sta Porter Dock company's pier, for
CATION feel sure that the ball will be a tion. supplies and gasoline for the aux- United street, has inaugurated a'' lA-Billy Ladd, Betty Lou with Naval and Military at-
Lowe Maud Roberts.
Mary fairs in West and Monroe
free service to the citizenry of Burchell. Key
grand success.
Pupils promoted from Harris : Friday, February 22: Tennis iliary engine, :sailed yesterday
School to Junior High: I Finals, Bajview Park, and Golf morning: for the West Indies and Key West. Any Key Westers who i 1B1-Maxie Houston, Anna County.
have aa unusual stamp or a stamp: Cook, Amperia Ovide Charles, Mr. Reardon, assisted by Sam
Most Fred W. De- Finals, Country Club Afternoon, other ports.
Mariah Albury, Cecelia Alonso, Worshipful INSTRUCTION IN ;
the value of which is unknown to i Pellicier., B. Curry, who is identified with
Ida Fay Curry, Shirley Elbertson! Itney, Grand Master of Masons of George Washington Birthday Anniversary Shortly after arriving at the them are invited to bring their' 1B2-Donald Pearlman Lau-i the sea scout movement and Wil-
Barbara Guerra, Irene Guito Ed- the Grand of Florida is Observance; Night, Fire- dock the captain Samuel Norton, lard Russell, who has been ids n-
Lodge MUSIC FOR LOCAL works. made arrangements with Mana- find to the society's headquarters i rette Rutsell, Betty Jean Wharton
wina.Flossie Henson,Mae Fannie. Mae JOhn-I' scheduled to I.arrive in Key West: Saturday. February 23: Bicycle ger Charles Taylor, of the Porter weekdays between 1' and,2 p. m. ,.Julia Cruz, Jessie Alonzo. tified ,with the Naval Reserve h
fcon. kt 'noontotnorrow and will be A qualified expert will attempt to 1 I The following is the perfect attendance past years, will be on hand to rcg
Boulevard Afternoon, the vessel cleared
Race : to ,have -
Padron Anna BOYSAND company
Josephine GIRLS ,
. tell the to which i issue the ister the names of all ., person
: and
owner! .. punctualijtjjrecord i
was :
Mae Pitts', Sylvia TloLerfe. Virginia -I met atMh train-'b'a delegationfrom \ Field Sports; Night. itt for foreign waters. This stamp belongs and what its value I : who will ilgnify+ ':thelr intention' -.
for the
ending January
Cuban Costume Ball. done Saturday afternoon in
eluding or- i
Roberts, Barbara Solano the local lodges. if. to enlist in the Naval Militia in
'Sylvia Watkins Edith Mae Sands, Sunday February 24: Cuban der that the vessel could sail early 25: 1
the event it is apporved and authorized
Grand Master to
Delaney comes
Betancourt. FIRST CLASS ,WILL START RE- Memorial Exercises. A I Sunday for Havana.TODAY'S The expert has at his commandthe 6A-Ida Fae Curry, Fannie I
Key West to his official visit'to by the governor,
pay latest scientific aids, as wa- Mae Johnson. Flossie Mae Key,
Edwin Berkowitz. Ormond Cor-' the lodges of the city, and I CEIVING COURSE THIS AFT- -- -- termark detector perforationgauge Sylvia Watkins, Sylvia Roberts! Membership is restricted: only
dova. Ray Demeritt, Louis Fernandez Right Hollon R. Berjaldi I I to men of the highest characterand
Worshipful milimetre scale Robert Everett Walter McCook.I .
ERNOON AT HIGH SCHOOL magnifier,R r rI ,
Ernest Graham. Percy > District Deputy Grand Master color chart price catalogs and I Ray Demeritt, Tony Soldano, Al- reputation who are physically
Lones, Walter McCook, Peter has issued a summons to all BUILDING [ : WEATHER J I other implements unknown to the] bert Williams. fit; who reside permanently in
Sands, Tony Soldano, Harold Wil 1 1 West and Monroe
master masons in the district to I majority of stamp users. j I CD-Armand Almyda, Adolph Key ;
Alvin Gates Newell Finder t I
liams. 18 to 35 (if under 21
attend a district meeting of the Lopez, Arturo Lujan Arthur years
An'one'who has a stamp on a
Henry Lounders, Richard 24th Masonic District to be held Exactly 100 boys and girls have Temperature I Florida: Fair slightly colder in I letter, should pot take it off the Roberts, Eugene Sawyer. Billy years of age must have parents'\

Miller, Osborn Nottage. in Scottish Rite hall 8 o'clock tomorrow :' registered for instruction in play- l Highest ..............._. .............._68 north and central portions and paper because by doing so the cancellation Spence. Hector 'Valdez Charles: or guardkns consent); must be

evening. Visiting masons ing various musical instruments Lowest .................... ........... .. _..61 will be destroyed. It is of Ray Watterson, Cas her me citizens of the United States.
MRS. WHITE AND as well as local members are subject I' it was announced today. Clashes Mean ....... .. ......... ...... _64 c.' p -' 1 ] 'Oa Mar' '' 'Ii! great importance in determining Knowles, Florida Pinder, Evel'nSolano. Those former qualified members -

to this rummons. net under way this afternoon Normal Mean ..........__.70 \ I the value of' the stamp. In some of the Naval Reserve who

This will be the first official I the High School. Rainfall < I I cases, stamps; which on an envelope -J j I 5A-Ellen May DiNegro, Geraldine wish. to resume drills and train.
FAMILY ARRIVED I ing.. and who have
visit of Grand Master Delaney to. Members of the Key West Hos- Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. : r. t would be.worth thousands I Kennedy. Fina Rodriguez, men
the lodges of this district which .07 Ins. 1i Rose high school are specially pre
Orchestra Normal Precipitation Praxedej Narcissus, Helen
are worthless
pitality instructing ... .......,. ,IdJ ; I ';}t of are utterly !erred. it h stated.Registration .
HEREON FRIDAY comprises Dade Lodge Number 14, j the young musicians. Each after- .1111. rrr.r< eusere :. pe r when taken off. Wells. Alice Suarez, Victor Miller.
aer.ls. ''I
rutting nl N o'clock; Ihla will be conductedon
Dr. Felix Varela Lodge, Number noon during the week, except Saturday Ivy Russell, Marvin Kemp Miguel
Tomorrow' Aluianac. the lower floor of the Narv
164 and Anchor Lodge Number instruction in one or more ;I. r jl Bazo, Frank Saunders Harry
182. A large attendance is ex- instruments is given. One clas inj; Sun rises __.............._ 7:11 a. m. 1 1 MORE PRAISE FOR i Cah. Currie Higgs, Merthyn Administration Building (old port
COME HERE TO TAKE UP RESIDENCE -1 j pected. each instrument is given each Sun sets ....__.___ 6:10 p. m. 'I Evans, Oscar Albury, George Al- office). Whitehead and Greene

Announcement has been made that by :Moon rises _......_.--_., 2:15 a. m. BOOKLET( bury. streets; Tuesday. Wednesday anti
JOINING MR. WHITE'WHO week, and it is expected I Warmer Fairpossislyfight
that after the close of the meet- the end of the 18-week period it Moon sets .oo............... 1:00 p. m. KEY WEST I ,5 B-Harry Carey, .Billy Cates; Thursday, January hours 29,,$"T q end :u.'D'ee .
IS ENGAGED IN JNSUR. ing refreshments will be served. will be possible to organize a fin| Tomorrow Tides "I ; frost in north and Benjamin Lowe. Raymond hide, Tthe of to J 10
o'clock inthcavfDUsg.1; JV!A
ANCE BUSINESSMrs. . I ished high school orchestra, ejiij.' :, 'A.M..K> = P.M: 'light to?heavy frost in exposed Oliven: l Ywing;. Roeemmpr Demfer' r-
It TO THE PUBLIC I tirely capable of taking over the 4 t[High\! ...._.... &XZ ._,. 4M 'places &r" 'interior of extreme; 1 Rev. A. L. Maureau S. J., of itt.-Jewe1'Fine; SylVia'Gates, Doris' is As urired only that 75 All names are needed interest.it
-t commencement, .... .. the local Catholic church is in receipt I Robert Wilma Roberts CopelynRamsef. persons
., musical part of Lo -t1.9 8 1''''': north ptnrtfon tonight. Tuesday! .
t ed registef i witboujt\ cVJay)
' wjj ( .
Thompson Fish Co. has closed exercises.Classes. d 'llArmueler f $,.8iv..IU, .,:toduYr fairl with.JtI loSvly 'tisi .I of a letter from James T. Mary Louis' :'Sawyer, ,
children tempera
\ 'J. O. White, \ and i '. '! !
for the 'balance of the fishing are conducted each aft- Sea level, 30.18. ".'W.; I lure. 1.:' t. t>"' r Vocelle of> Vero Beach Fla.. extending : Ruth Strieker. Russell, 'Bake't.: >, -to T T 1 III :

grandchildren, arrived Jlfom oyer: the'I season. This company refuses to ernoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. ,; ., _. 1..1"'. I Jacksonnlfrto Florida Straits" : thanks for a copy of the HJadk 'Arita..' James Aritaa; EINHORN MAKES;;
highway .I last FridU)\ ;high'Springs. I I Key West booklet forwarded to HaroJ'Osterhoudtlrirold:! Russell
: Lowest HigUrst Moderate -
meet agreements with Fishermen'sAssociation
;1; to fresh north and norih-
*t. ,
to'join Mr. Whitelwho
him recently; Gerald Watkins Phyllis Aspi wall.
of Monroe County.Mr. Station Last Night Yesterday leak winds ,
is in charge of the Key West: !\ Adams told a committee of VISITORS ENJOY Abilene ............ 26 36 i and Tuesday.fair weather tonight I The writer states that accord- 4A-4B-Edwin Rezhore. Jack SCHOOL RECORDRaymond
branch i
of an insurance company.Mr. fishermen that if the two out-of- Atlanta ..._..._. 22 50 East Gulf: Moderate northeast I ing to the information'contained Sawyer Mildred Evans. Barbara

several White weeks looking has been here the sit-for town fishermen from New Jersey FISHING OUTINGS Boston ......_.. -6 8 winds becoming cast over north i in the pamphlet, and that received Johnson. Roy Rogers. Ella Whar-
over in addition to this, he realizes ton. Margaret Pinder, Florence Einhorn of Key Westeon .
known "Square Heads. could
uation and finding a fertile field as Buffalo ............ 2 10 portion Tuesday.
not fish in Monroe County there that the FERA is carrying out an Sawyer. of Mr. and Mrs. A. Einhorn,
for the business decided to have would be no Key West men fish. INLOCALWATERSLIEUT. : Charleston ......_ 22 50 WKATHLU CONDITIONS excellent program in the rehabilitation 4B-Sylvia Sanchez. senior in the College of Business

the family join him. They were I' He stated that he would rather Chicago ..__._ 18 22 of Key West. 3A-Carl Ford. Clarence Key. Administration at Florida University

formerly of Key West but have'. close up his business than refuse Denver _m'..".."._ 34 64< Pressure is relatively low this Gwinn Roberts. Catherine Connor, is one of eeven reniors: who

been absent for a number of |< those two men, owing to the fact SHATTUCK, H. J. GILL Detroit ._...._._. 10 16 morning over the upper Mississippi -' CUBA BRINGS IN Loraine. Ru ?.IJ. Margaret Rus- have been initiated into Beta
years. that Thompson Fish Co. could not Galveston 48 70;= Valley and Lake Superior region -1! sell. Uida 'thompson.3BPhyllis Gamma Sigma ,the national hon
Accompanying Mrs. White were i Saunders.
handle fish local AND F. L. LOOMIS MAKE Havana 66 orary business administration fra-
produced by and the far Southwest, Min
Mrs. Mertie (Barbara) Greene Elizabeth
2A-Maud Rose Brady,
firhermen and wanted to take Huron 99 PASSENGERS ternity.
20 30 Minn.
reapolis, 30.02
and two daughters :Mrs. :Marjorie <
A. Evans Madge Key, Initiates into this
out-of-town men. Jacksonville __.. 40 G8 Phoenix, Ariz., 30.04 inches; while fraternity are
Greene and a daughter !Miss\ Margaret ,'. Dealers from Miami have refused CATCHES Kansas City ...._ 28 34 high pressure areas* crested over :Mallory Orquido Perez, Gloria chosen on the basis of their exceptional

Wilson White. Leonard Bobby and I out-of-state fishermen and KEY WEST ...... 61 68 the north and middle Atlantic I There Young, Phyllis Bradley, Bunnell scholastic record partici-
White. | were 99 passengers arriving -
have assured fishermen that they Little Rock __ 26 40 states, and Plateau region, over- pation in campus activities and
They have taken up their residence Saturday afternoon "on the 2B1 Bernard Roberts, Jimmie
indications of successful
will not take non-residents of notable Los Angeles 48 I promising
the recent 72
Among spread most of the remainder of
the home Cuba from Havana. Of
at Plummer on Steamship, Kermit Watkins Nellie
Fleming street Florida. The Thompson Fish Co. catches by anglers in" Key West Louisville, .,_ 12 24 the country New York City and;,these TJ p.first class and three sec: Singleton, ' business careers.Announcement.

has gone just opposite from the waters was a yellow' jack 'which :Miami __..__ 48 74 Washington, D. C., 30.64 inchel.1, ond class,, ,were for Key West and Thrower.2B2 John Collins Kenneth of the initiation
is in The Florida
entire state of Florida. measured four feet two inches Minneapolis _. 12 22 carried Alligator
and Salt City, Utah, 13 'first and 13 second class for
Buckley Betty
; 20.
SIX PASSENGERS I Therefore the fishermen of and weighed 45 pounds. New Orleans._ 36 66 inches. The 'Only measurable Tampa. Kerr '. of Sunday, January
Key West have been compelled to This fish was taken by Lieutenant New York __ 0 14 precipitation during the last %.4'' ) : -
fish for Miami and West Coast M. C. Shattuck, of Fort''Moul- Pens cola k:_ 38 66 hours occurred in the.'Lake .Superior , ;,The, Cuba:sailed [6:30 o'clock 1B2-Conway' Kelly, Doris ACEVEDO GIVENRADIODIPLOMA I
ARRIVE ON PLANEArrivals for Tampa with 31 andfreight
passengers Thompson.
fish companies. It seems as trie, Charleston, S., C. He 'has' Pittsburgh. ,. 10 18 region and eastern North I .

I I though the Thompson Fish Co. is placed it with Cecil Gray-; taxidermist St. Louis on.?..? 22 30 Carolina. :Much colder weather I NOTICEAll

trying to break up the Fisher- for mounting.H. Salt Lake City 30 42 has overspread the Atlantic states

by plane from Miami\ men's Association (.f Monroe J. Gill and F. L. Loomis. of San Francisco 50 60 from Maryland southward over DEMO LAYS TO I IIOLDI resident )Master Masons are _

yesterday morning were: Charles County. Fort Dodge Iowa, who have been Seattle _,'_ 44 58 the Carolinas and Georgia, with i hereby summoned to be present ata
Brock way. Richard Wetherill Ar-1 I At the beginning of the fishing here several weeks for the fishing Tampa __ 50 68 temperatures below zero at Wash :. District meeting to be held in Manuel Acevedo, 1101 Varela

......,.Ihnr Curtis Celina Curtis, BettyS. season, it refused to pay association continue to make large Washington2 16 ington. D. c., and down to 22 degrees MEETING THURSDAY the Scottish Rite Temple at 8 p. street. Key West, has completedhis

Lytle and Daisy Follansby. prices and fishermen met catches. Williston 16 30 at Charleston S. C., and m. on Tuesday January 29, 1935. course in Practical and Theoretical
Leaving on the afternoon plane them half way and caused the Saturday despite the disagree- warmer weather prevails in the? Most Worshipful Brother, Fred Radio and has been award

for Miami were those\ arriving in state to compete. able weather conditions these WEATHER FORECASTTill Plains states, upper Mississippi Robert J, Perry Chapter, Order1 Vf. Delaney Grand Master of the ed his diploma by National Radio

the morning, who were provided' Now it tries to bring in out- sportsmen went out on their reg- Valley, and Lake region, with]; of DeMolay, will hold its regular Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Institute.ol Washington, J). C.
with round-trip tickets and siders and get rid of local men. ular jaunt and brought in a fine ( 8 p. m., Tuesday) readings 24 to 26 degrees higher meeting, on Thursday evening in- Florid, will pay the Masonic He finished the prescribed

George W. Brunson, J. Lancelot MONROE COUNTY FISHER- catch of barracuda black grouper Key West and Vicinity: Fair in Minnesota ztid northern stead o.Tuesday' week Lodges of Key West an official cobne, of technical studies with:

Lester, Julius F. Stone, Jr., Mabel J, MEN'S ASSOCIATION. Nassau grouper, kingfish and tonight and Tuesday; somewhat gan. MiChi-1 At'the: coming !session newly Visit. on this occasion. creditable grades and i> to be congratulated
Berry, Oscar Hanson, Milton| HAMILTON SAWYER, muttonfish. Also an amberjack warmer Tuesday; moderate north c. S. elected officers will be installed,J H; R. BERVALDI, I Ij upon his achievement

Scott and Jesse H. Jay. j jan28-lt Asst. Secretary. weighing 40 pounds. and northeast winds. Official : it Is stated._ n2S-lt D.; D..G. )L i it b stated. ,.

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ABOUT EDUCATION .......................c ....... ...... Mass., governor Secretary of the,
Vlh'i.i) :[ mr5t 1( I Today's Birthdavs ;Today's r ;: .1 Treasury U. S. Treasury, U. S..

: President's Mother'Joins Senator born at Brookline, Maas
i'uUUbtd Dally Except Su&dar.By There are a number of readers of The Up'While ...................,.... Died at Groton, \Iass., Feb. 27,
TUB CITIZU puniasm.NG CO. I.NC.: Anniversaries
L. P. ART". .X. PretldcBt. Citizen who have not had the privilege of Daniel Willard. president of the 1905.
From Th CUbeD Building . Baltimore and Ohio born in Vermont e...............e..aao..
Corner Greene and Ann Street attending college. Some of them, no '. .', 1833-Charles G. "Chinese"
74 years ago. 1760-Mathew Carey noted t ( = ),
I doubt are under the idea that they are ,,. I Philadelphia publisher civic worker -' Gordan. English soldieradministrator
Dally Newspaper In Key West and :Monroe I '
Only ,
born. Died Jan. 27, 1885.
Theodore J. dean of philanthropist and economist
County. I not "educated. They may be right and ; Hoover I
!I engineering. Stanford Univ., Cali-I born in Ireland. Died Sept. 1 C.I O
ttnttred at Key Welt. Florida as second class matter they may be wrong. Education is not a N fornia, elder brother the former 1839. 1834-S. Baring-Gould. English

FIKTV-MXTII YKAIlMraihrr I question of going through any school or president born at Weet Barn h"I clergyman-author: born. Died
Iowa C-l years ago. 1768-John L. Cheverus, BOS-! Jan. 2, 1924.!
ut Eke A.a.rialtd I'rrmmIbe
Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use college.university. .'j, I'" l' r' I ton's first Catholic bishop cardinal -

,,r republication of all news dispatches credited tIt One of the prime accomplishments Of 'Vierting Kersey, California's i in France: born in France.: Died j i iI 1841-Henry M. Stanley lam:
or not otherwise credited In this paper and al.! [ there July 19. 1836. ed African explorer! born in
..1JItJocal,news published hero.at'nCIIIPTION : : superintendent of public instruction I i j
.... an educated man, as we see it, is to be able born at Los Angeles!, 45 Wales. Died May 10, 1904.
RATES! 1814 N. Hudson noted
.me T>ar __ .. ._......__$10.04 to cooperate intelligently with his fellow years ago. I -Henry, scholar and Pro- I i
Shakespearian I Rosewater
1841 Edward
Six :Months _.._ 6.ot __ -
Three Months no. ---...._ =.61ine man. This means a willingness as well as I t' tesUnt Episcopal clergyman born j jI I Ii founder-editor of the Omaha;
__. .. .elWeekly Augustus Lukeman of New I
Month Vt. Died at Cam. .
i Cornwall in BohemiaDied
.*. I at Nebr., Bee, born .
an ability, to get along with other members S4a York famed sculptor born at Mass. Jan. 16, 1886. '
I I I bridge, : J in Omaha. Aug. 31, 1906.
Made known ADVERTISING on application. RATES : of the social group. No matter how = Richmond Va., 6< years ago. I j.j.I I'I'J

III'ECIAL NOTICE I much -, .,.. I l 1818_George S. Boutwell. Subscribe for The Citizen f,
a man may know or how many degrees II. of Boston I.
George Yestley
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions elpect. <, to, . _.
.. rbltuary notices etc. will be charged for alit ; he may have, he is far from educatedif " +y" 4 I author of the screen play '"Roths- --- --- -- --------- ----

Notices rate of for 10 entertainments cents a line. by churcne: from which he is unable to meet his neighbors on "- \\:' ; .. )1,, 1' I child," born in Newfoundland, 70 CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
I revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. years! ago.
The Citizen U an open forum and Invites dlSCUl* common ground and work together for the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
:utertt but it will not publish anonymous communlutlons. common good. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of
i t as at the close of business December 31Comptroller's 1934.
There are readers of The Citizen who little Sally Cotillo, aged 6. fund 70 cents of every dollar being Cleveland born in Lithuania 421 J, Call
have never seen the inside of college docs the sales work Mrs. James used for local rehabilitation of paralysis I years ago.
victims in the community: In which RESOURCESLoans
Roosevelt: mother of the President
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN who nevertheless are better educated contributes the first quarter for a the contributions are made and the David S. Ingalls of Cleveland 1 and Investments '.'. $ 305,639.43

than many degree-holders. They may bea birthday greeting to her famous son. dent's remaining Birthday 30 per Ball cent Commission for the Presi for director of public health and welfare Overdrafts ..._........ ....._... 71.61
The the world's largest Banking House. Furnitureand
greeting !
WILL always seek the truth and print it little bit short on intelligence of a certain anniversary message will bear the Infantile Paralysis Research of which former assistant secretary t Fixtures ............ 33082.33
CoL Henry L. Doherty is chairman. of the navy, born in Cleveland
without fear and without favor; never be type but they are long on comjnon names cf those who. unable to attend Both Sally and Mrs. Roosevelt are 36 Bonds of States: and Possessions
the 1935 Birthday Ball for the President years ago. of the United
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; sense and they have picked up enough ji on Jan. SCth. nevertheless wantto Be-ids .StAtes _-........._.?.? ...' .. 139370.68,

always fight for progress, .; never.... ,, be the or- formation to be able to cooperate.This join in the nation-wide celebration ing tale to the President's mother, Charles S. Barrett of Georgia,! Other Bonds and Securities I' -_ ? "*/. !su 74204.03. ..,:
and at the same time contributeto Sally is'the little girl who posed for noted farm leader and Stock of the Federal Re- ,;D\S >vihji;i _
gan or the mouthpiece of any person clique article is not to disparage edu- a national fund for war on iafan'le Howard Chandler Christy's 1935 born there 69 years ago.r. organitf'r,1 serve Bank ???_Y.-.... ,.--j tyt: ,r' G.bo.O'.ftAl.QS01. .-
faction or class; always ''do its utmost for the cation. It is rather to encourage those who paralysis. Through tn arrangement Birthday i Ball poster She is the Temporary Federal De- hit *""" .< .1 'r. n
rfcde: wth! Clarence' H: 'Mackay: daughter'fof.Supreme.Court; Jud.lo I posit Insurance fund ,. ,I .. J.
,public welfare; never tolerate corruption: or cannot go to college. Let them keep up, 'churmai cf the. Postal: !Telegraph, Salv; alore,CotiUo of NewYork, Qty. 'r.Dr.. D. Leigh Colvin of NewYork United States Govern i I"," ,. -;j"'J: :I
Cade Company,the birthday greeting :Mrs. Roosevelt is not only ths; 1.it't : City, prohibitionist, born inbhio ment direct .
Obligations ,
i ln ;
usticg= i.. depQ'lice. < 't e,end. 1.>raj.. e .virtq; as best they can, with current affairs, readas *' I '(|' .- ' "& . '1
I... ,..... ...'' \" wail be delivered with all names to the contribute to the birthday gr'ectln: , 55 years ago. and fully guar.' : : ,7 .
j y\i.'t; r. fgan-'. much they Pieeiaent. Postal offices throughoutt..o but is also honorary chairman'cf the '
Commend go : as they can about subjects anteed .._...._._.832744.73
f fixation; tolerant.()foUini.rJ'"t, ights\.vtewS"]< and do not know and never forget that true .nty-five lotion cents will accept each. All names money at Birthday Waldorf-Astoria Ball for the In President New York.at th at;: Charles B. Van Dusen of Detroit I Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97 1327913.70

opinions; print only news that will elevate education is what a man learns and makes ( !.,(d will go to the infantile paralysis which she will have the box of honor.Today Kresge, president Co., born of there the 64 S.years S. 1888235.79

and not contaminate the reader; never com- his own, not what he gets out of a book -- ---, -, --- -- -- ,,ago. ] LIABILITIES

promise with principle.! for the of !, I....................:.... j Capital ....____...... -....$ 100000.00
merely purposes making a recita- I I Surplus and Undivided Profits _.....___....._ 55,007.42
i tion that will pass him. KEY WEST INDAYSGONE In History I' Miss Rena B. Smith has been I Circulation ?___-"..-...-.-..-... 100,000.00(
1. .1.1I named by the Civil Service: Commission Deposits .._......._.._............_.____u-u 1633228.37
Really fashionable people are those BY s sss s.s su .oeeeeo. to be Its district managerof
DO YOU BELIEVE THEM? I 1870-Steamer "City of, the eighth district at St. Paul. $1,858,235.79po't

not in :fashion. Happening Here J..t 10 Y.... ton," with almost 200 on BOS.I! -
Ago Today As Taken From bound for Liverpool
We do not hear anymore about "It's Age-old health axioms circulate The Files Of The CitizenAn sea. I

June in Miami." throughout Key West and there are those

who swear by them just as they cherish amber stream, the aroma of 1871-Paris surrendered to I be Boe.dwinked

After their victory at Waterloo England magic formulas to cure many diseases. which permeated the atmospherein I I Germans after liege of 131 days.

l underwent a great depression. His- Gradually however doctors and the vicinity of the customs I! .

tory repeats itself. scientists are exploding some of these beliefs house yesterday, flowed again this I! 1878-First commercial tele- I A E IMITATIONS.
morning, bubbling and frothing in world established 1(
phone exchange
although it would not be safe to To get the original Davis 100% Pure Paint
say and holding the attention of a. at New Haven Conn. I I I Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE
Key West has staged a come-back to that all of them are without value. How large crowd of longing humanity.The .I I I ___ I I I -- --- look. for Dsvis 100% Pure Paint has often been ftIUST JWII PAIIr

the delight of the entire state.SarasotaHerald. ever, just for the fun of letting you check. stream yesterday consisted I l 1919 Announcement that:1 I this Label imitated but never duphcateJ. ..nra.la.1t -'
of booze most of it beer, and the
Thank you so much. up on your own ideas, do you think: beer American forces in Archangel had Davis 100% Pure Paint conforms with =..._
this morning consisted of
one all Laws and is the rp =.--
t I withdrawn with small 1 loss.. pure paint only paint
That a persistent cough develop and other kinds of liquor. The ('n-1 that carries a guarantee .of purity. ===:t::
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should tire stream was the result of air, -- -
Some editors know If theydon't tuberculosis that one gets warts from
order i issued! for the destructionof ! 1922-98 died from collapse of Cook l Ms Guarantee on the Label r:
will at
that the community laugh toads, that eating seed-containing fruit I
the large amount of contra roof of movie theater in Washington .
W.bv natanmtaioo wnk any Mhcr.....,MuwfactMrtr ol_wwlar...**..
them if they take themselves too seriouslyand causes appendicitis, that you should not go band intoxicating liquor which has ,. D. C. 1 I AU oar product arS ...... by .< in iUhunor end oU through 0...... only" "

become obsessed with the idea that to sleep on a big meal that light hurts been in the vaults of the customs I''I j TBEHIDAVIS01 &.td/isW J898 CALTIMOREMH'
house for the several months.A .
what they think is very important. your eyes when you have a cold or that re- past I 1932-Japanese attack in
Shanghai. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
moving a splinter with a pin will cause message received in Key I

They say Upton Sinclair is planningto blood-poisoning? West last night from the Steam- .
being consummated, some of them .. --" .
start a newspaper. Well, he's got to Now before reading any further ship Chinca announced the vessel!! for large tracts of land. The boomis
had lost its rudder at sea off the I I 'I""II'.IP.PI""I.C'.I.4'ld. ;I'#;
have some way of spending that money he checkup on your opinions. How many of southeastern end of the Island of being retarded however he said ,

made while running for governor.Sanford listed above fit in with Abaco. I by owners charging: prices far in \
the things your own Tug Warbler left port at
I excess of the market value of the!
Herald. Starting a newspaper< is also belief? Well the answer to all of them once going to the assistance of i. land. Just Received mim &&oEY'S
the steamer to take it in tow and
the quickest way to get rid of his money. according to Dr. J. C. Geiger, health di- proceed to New York. RUBBER01D

rector of San Francisco is a vigorous nega I Editorial Comment; Many persons -
When the report cards of the pupilsof tive. Charles C. Turner second as- 'I I are getting hurt by falls. Es- 35 lb Light Weight "Bullseye." 35 lb Light Weight "Surety." Sure

St. Mary Star of the Sea parochial sistant keeper at Tortugas light pecially those who are falling Reasonable Price, fT- to make a good (UrTCf

school showed unusually low grades, the NATION'S HEALTH IMPROVESThe lowering house was a injured boat from today the marine while I down on their jobs. Per Roll .............. tn 150 roof. Per Roll .-_,_ 3)) JL. I D

boys worried about the dressing-down they I I i'ail way. A part of the machinerygave II. B. Boyer official in chargeof 45 lb Medium "Bullseye." 2 Ply 45 lb Medium Weight "Surety."

would get as the parents received them. health of the nation has not suf- way the handles began to the local weather bureau, will to go at 2 Ply,

To l keep the reports,from reaching their1)3i'ents fered during the depression according to off spin, and striking one :Mr.of the Turner handles on flew the leave this at afternoon Sand Key for and the will substation remain -- Per Roll .............. $2 .00 Per Roll _'_"._.'''', $2.25

the boysiburnerLdown) he school. the Public Health Service which credits right!: leg. The limb was fractured until Sunday. Mr. Boyer 55 lb Heavy Weight "Bullseye." 55 lb Heavy Weight "Surety."

4.. i I' .. .. ; this to the work of relief agencies and the at the knee' Turner was brought stated: 'that "the :substation will be 3 Ply, '

g A number"' -KeyVest-' e fight fjjnswhj absence of any widespread epidemic. to Marintj Kt)''HbetftaK\"'< t art(t'H231H ilaei l (djin the..1 Inz.closed! p',the'kt1t oix'Febrnafy'to"\tna\e': 1 acid:'the J Ihe'net'es-t is go- Per Roll .__.._..... $2 *50_ 3.Ply"2 l, .75T: i

> went tq Miami-to w tnessjthe: "Clr; Figures released for the calendar year J..K: -:hnl.i i $J lacy' arra>n' jh&n&\ : fbr'discon'tinuf '- ALL.ROLLS CONTAIN 36LF. :3': WIDE: WITH SUFFICIENT +;\R'' AND. ; I
j iv -c'; '
Chifinplohs" naWrauySveretvery Silch' 4933 show the lowest death rate ever The demand for land n; the anRg. .jpe..station. *' i ,. NAILS FOR APPLYING ?.M .J*,,r. 1
di disappointed wh it'was' 'postponed on 1"account recorded"'in the United States 10.5 per 1- Ffi ttda' Keys i/growing dalr! and I :

of cold weather. To avoid such disappointment 000 population. Three new lows were i-:1 peatertvdaytbsn; it NsssPv. Steamship. Northland ..ssiled'last '
eral weeks ago when tbe'toc.D1 was : evening for Havana 'with Carload of Wall Board ReceivedSTRONGEST I
in the future assure yourselfif recorded for tuberculosis, typhoid and at its height. Duing the past few 450 passengers.! Most of them being -

a certain chap is going and then cancel diphtheria and only 40 deaths resulted days tracts have been sold on arrivals on the afternoon OF ALL WALL BOARD. DOES NOT NEED REINFORCING

arrangements for the trip. Whether you from 7,000 cases of smallpox.This through Matecumbe the Sam and Harris Key Largo realty train. This is one of the largest OR BACKING
passenger lists for this ship dur
are psychic or not you may depend on the is good news to most of us. It agency and Mr. Harris[ is now ing the season although there HARDBOARD 1-8" THICKNESS,

assurance: that the fight will be post- indicates the possibility of further ad- negotiating the sale of five other have been several times when! the S per Sq. .:: 8cSTRUCTO i I
tracts: on the keys I number exceeded the 350 mark.
poned. vance along this line and may mean two
or three years additional life to those who Wiliam'! K. Vanderbilt arrivedin Q
Weft this afternoon. Mr.I The Athletic Club is the place BOTH SIDES, per Sq. Ft...._......__....._...._......__ oC
The building of the Great Pyramid of I read this article. The fight on diseasecan Key and Friday and Saturday nights,

Gizeh, employing 100,000 men for 20 be carried on in Key West without regard Vanderbilt is a regular Key West the time. The event will be,basketball DENSBOARD 1-4" THICKNESS, ROUGH,
of the original 61-2c
booster and is
year : ugjjests that some of the so-called to what other sections of the nation advocates of the one road to the main, of games Havana between and the the,Married University i-- I I per Sq. Ft ...._......... ............. ..... ........._

modern work-relief plans were tried as depression decide to do and it might be well for us land. He expects to remain here Men's team of Key West. THIS BOARD CAN ALSO BE USED FOR ANY WORK WHERE A

cures some 5,000 years ago the to see that effective work is continuedhere. for a few days fishing and enjoy-I Good fast sport. Don't miss them. STRONG. SMOOTH FINISH IS DESIRED.':
ing the "delightful climate of Key
observes. We've improved
Key West Citizen West." BENJAMIN LOPEZ

) working conditions and wages considerably __ jI 1 Kitchen Utensils of every: .d..crlp-
since then but some of our relief WATCH THE ADVERTISERWhen , T. Jenkins Curry arrived in Keys, tion that every house wife should
West yesterday from Key Largo UUt 49 .Y art TACLE. Works with foot lever.
projects may prove no more profitable. and .said that the realty boom atthat Key We.1 Oldsst2.4Hoer No bending or stooping.. White, have. Yes we have. them. All. on

Think; of the tourbts Egypt has attracted a citizen opens a business in key about 10 months* ago wad Ambulance Service enameled finish each $4.15 display in our household depart
year after year to view the pyramids.- Key West he has a right to look for..the puny in comparison with the one ..Licensed -- ment.
now going on. Every day sales are UC; .Niche! Rtblt.wr
Miami News. cordial cooperation of all citizens here. . t
i. '
They should as far as business judgment 53-PIECE GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH DINNER SET'SERVICE

The Supreme Court of the United warrants give him their business. Let every FOR EIGHT. THREE COLORS TO SELECT

States has before it for decision probablythe good citizen bear this in mind. P&O STEAMSHIP Co. FROM RED BLUE AND GREEN TRIMMED IN GOLD

most momentous question in a century Advertisers in The Citizen are those UNITED STATES FAST
-the validity of the contractual gold business men who insist that you come to i I"I"I

clause. It is paramount that the Constitution see them. Every time they put an adver- fORT TAMPA HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Effcctiv* April 27. 1933
receive first consideration regardless tisement in our columns they invite the Leave Key Wert for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays 12:20P.

of the consequences. We do not public to judge them on their merits. No M. I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.
Leave Havana for Key Wed Wednesday and Saturday
believe if the Supreme Court decides merchant advertises unless he thinks he 9:00 A. M.Leave. _
against the governm.ent' chaos will ensue. has the goods; as loyal boosters for Key', Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satar-. Phone 598 'White and Eliza Streets

The government will find a legal way to West it is the business of every Key West days S:30 P. M. Ticket Offlc & AUUT' home U worthy of the
Tickets R..errUoM and Uformatioa at mm e I
protect itself and the citizens, but will be I builder to see whether he is right before I Deck Yk... 71 best"i
more cautious in the future. l giving business to other sections. J. H. COSTAR. A
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played every night until the schedule Tablets like peppermint lozengea -
is caught up "with
I II in appearance, to be added to
Tonight's games "will be two I

GAMESTONIGHTADAMS ,I seven inning afairs. the water in the auto radiator to

prevent the formation of scale,
SPORTSCLINCTHECAUIIFLOWERROW I Subscribe for The Citizen. are now on sale.

STXOPSIX: Siclolai '._'r ]
proof, now tttat was I
murderer of John Otboh BEES TO BE SEEN IN !
needed it, become alt\\
had been acquitted, ofmany TWO GAMES
lettered kt was I
Molly O'Brien, tcfcomAn r
*found lh. valuableor
bone *a
they neap.fcar from a freak Peter problem Orloffl] BILLIARD'CONTESTTOMORROW diamondball played tonight at .

lift :rJl'Ja'1: will tap. HoKilorilaunt. ofo Bayview Park. The Busy Bees

their friend, will cross bats with the Adams

rr' boarding Jerry'i vChapter By OSCAR PITA NIGHT Dairy ten' in the first game.

arren. who meets Baby a wild swing punching fighter.t The initial contest is the postponed -

45 'as in a tryout boxing Warren is confident that he can' fracas from January 21,

RACE It Mnight; at the high school TOURNAMENT TO COME TO and the nightcap Will be the regular .
n. w .
TT was only a short pall-forty 1 lyw m. announced that he is as fit outsmart the battling giant with I scheduled: game for tonight. : yp!

: [ ts a fiddli for his scrap againstthe his well timed left hand and a END; TO PLAY AT There will be a doubleheader
yard at the utmost-but with the
posal I If HVaTTconld do "wild bull of El Barrio de losPinos. right cross to the head. Rojas is .
spray splashing over us at every to battle jRHsJFfie force of the I DUVAL CLUB
who makes his
Rojas a target for a left jab. He fights -
stroke we were all four drenchedto gale. Something like a red-hot gim- first ring appearance since he was I WHfRt CAREY ROOFINGS.
let seemed to be boring rigorously open and does not take the least ARE MADE
the skin by the time
we got on knocked into dreamland by Willie
board. Into my damaged shoulder and every Jackson some three bit o{ precaution of guarding I The billiard tournament will TYPEWRITINGPAPER
years ago
wave that slapped against our I
George who was waiting for us bows sent a shower of stinging comes back a much stronger I'I himself.( : lIe is apparently the come to an end tomorrow nightat Roofings and Shingles are made in
type to take few left pokes I CAREY
a on
Rojas. Friends predict the Duke
on deck:, heralded our approach by into
a spray my eyes the Duval Club. :
the in order that he individual roofing plant the
will go back to his home town Atlanta mug can
chorus of staccato barks his enthusiasm Through it all the menacing throb j

culminating in a frantic attempt behind us grew clearer and clearer."I j Ga., unconscious. Local place one of his own swift! coun- The game will be between the )II world. Huge production effects large savings,

can see them now Nick. boxing fans seem to be giving the ter blows to the body or head. I
to lick: each of our faces in They're Just coming round the "wild bull" a lot of confidence. Warren will not find the going doubles composed of McCarthyand j 75c and these are passed along in the form of extra

turn as we climbed up over the side. bend." This may help but nevertheless very easy if he by chance shouldbe I. Ubieta and tttickney; and A." quality. That is why we can offer you greater .'
"What about a hot drink and a
Molly's voice was as steady as Warren has made up his mind to caught in an open with one of Sanchez.
mouthful of biscuit straight away? usual and glancing back up the win his way into a fight with John Rojas' sledge hammer blows. The Package of 500 Sheets i values for your roofing dollar.
suggested Jerry. "I could do with It
wind-swept creek. I had a momentary I. Nebo or Willie Jackson and no I Baby Face pug has an advantageof .The first named pair have won I
for and heaven knows when
shall one get, another cha.nceI'll ." we glimpse of our pursuing ena- I I matter who the promoters will 15 pounds in weight but the five games and lost none. The We can prove it by our samples and prices.

put the Primus on." Jimmy my. She was a powerful looking cut. I throw against him he will be ever i Duke overcomes this handicap I latter: couple have won four and GOOD QUALITY BOND

wriggled out of his dripping mackin- ter and, half In addition as large to again her as engine ourselves she, I ready to scrap. The Duke for i with his long reach. Rojas will lost one. I PAPER SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO.

tosh. "You'd better 'ave this back [I some reason or other is anxious I probably ,spend the ,evening ,''It be that if the first "Your Home It Worthy of the B .f
was forging along under every strip can seen J t
now.sir.You'll be wanting It If we're of, that I to battle the younger of the Nebo ing'to get, under that_'long: Phone 598 White & Eliza St.
canvas she was capable of trY-I i
out that Warren's in order to named pair wins,.they will i
going amongst lot. carrying. I clan and will no doubt earn his put -THE-

lIe disappeared briskly through "Thanks, old man, I'll take her on I rights with a set 'determination counting pnnch3 and i if he, title and. if they lose they. will ,

'the cabin door and after a medita- now. You get down Into the wen : which overpowers the Atlanta pug. ceeds,.iu." getting, in, ,somebody: ,,is be tied: I ARTMAN PRESSCitizen
tive glance seaward Jerry turned to going down for the count, and it
I Incase' of a tie, a threegame'series

us."Of course.- he observed "mira himself Jerry of who the had tiller already slipped possessed deftly I I Although he will be up against "won't be me," says.. Rojas. will be played to determinethe 'I Bldg.PHONE 1)) 'a.

cles do happen occasionallY. but - -'---- winner.
Into place, and edging out of his I yse.
somehow or other I 'don't altogetherlike way.my I peered through the flying : ........................ The game tomorrow night will 51 ROOFINGS SHINGLES
the look of thlrf one. Seems Justa PIRATES DEFEATTROPICAL
spume at the white-crested turmoU'ahead Duval beginningat
be at the Club
little too good to be true. of us. CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN STANDARD FOR OVER GO YEARS
Tre the 8 o'clock.
same pleasant feeling "
"Looks ugly he remarked "but
myself* I admitted.
it's our only chance. Now they knowwe've - -
"We're In for something-that's L
got the those devilswon't oeorisr.Cori '
certain-and, what's more it won't ::IIIII..I111118.1'11..I111
be long In coming Now they know They'll care shoot a us curse down what like happens.rabbits SUNDAY GAME e....................... 1I.

we're got the formula...."lie broke and then make for that ship of I BICYCLESWE
off "How's the shoulder Nick?* I

"None too gay." I replied. "Still theirs SLUGGERS WIN FROM ACE-
left arm's sound RENT by the Hour, Day or I
my FISHED out the revolver which I Week. Repair all makes and
had stuffed away Into my side paint them with Nu-Enamel. We !
can manage all right for the pres- I
pocket."They'll have to hurry. I CONTEST OF DOUBLEHEADER -
full supply of parts.
ent, but if we bare' to clear out in a carry
muttered. "If they don't catch ns
Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles
bit of a hurry, I shall want you to ." AT NAVY FIELD
before we reach the bar..
stand by for the tiller." and sell them as low as $1.00
"That's what I'm counting on,
"What are you going to do!" I Inquired. per week. J. L. Stowers Music

Jerry laughed grimly. "They must Company. jan181moMISCELLANEOUS Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
"Just draw at least couple of feet more Two exhibition games were
get things ready. It will be
than we do, and with any luckthere's 1
another forty minutes at least b&fore -

the bar's really safe but there'sno an almighty" smash coming played at the Navy Field yester- ...- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..-.--..--..-.-......-e...-........e...-..1......-.-.-....-.-..-.-..-.-.-.-.-.-eoeeeoeoeeee- - - .- ..- .... m
for somebody. I
harm in making a few preparetions. : day afternoon. In the first, the .I
You two stay here and for He eased oS the mainsheet, and CASH PAID for used furniture. PLANTS FLOWERS ': DELICIOUS : S
: :
with the wind dead behind us. the BETHEL'SSERVICE SWEET CLOVER
the lore of*Mike keep year eyes Pirates defeated the La Tropicalclub 1013 Southard street CAKES and PASTRIES : _
Seagull heaved and smashed her
open. janl7-lmox I : :: STATION
joyously through the onrushing 5 0 CONDENSED MILK
way by a to score. .
He left abruptly and
us moving I : AUTO SERVICE
tide. "Better lie down Nick be
forward Into the bows started to added "it would spoil! all the fun I Griffin allowed six hits. Sal-lI FOR RENT I Cocoanut Plants, each tic < ,, : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
haul in the slack of the anchor CARS WASHED
if bullet Hibiscus Plants, each lOc. !Se : :
you got a through your inero allowed seven. .: NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
Down below through the S CARS POLISHED
head. :
open door of the cabin; I could hear Bougainvillea, Red or Purple : GOOD GULF GASOLINE ::
At bat the leaders were A. Ace- modern conveniences. Same
Ills advice struck me as sound quality and weight as
Jimmy pumping up the Primus. --..._.......- SOc to $1.00 : et TOP SERVICE
and stretching myself out flat 1 Bathing and fishing at your dOur : other l higher priced condensed
"I'd give a lot to know what's hap vedo and Carbonell with two safeties Poinsettia Plants, SOe to $1.00 : : BATTERY SERVICE
looked back over the foaming wake back door. Frank Johnson, I milk.
pened to our dear friend Orloff.said. I
"Where do yon suppose he which spread out in a broad tan in three times up. Colonial Hotel Building Crotons each 2Sc : : GULF SERVICE WITH A ::

astern. With the help of her engine i jan7-tf Turks Cap each 2Sc : SMILE -DISTRIBUTED BY-
In the
was making for when he slipped off field Carbonell and M.

from the factory?" the pursuing cutter was overhauling Roses dozen _... $1.20 : --o--- :
us rapidly.In i Acevedo starred for the Pirates FURNISHED APARTMENT 6 : Ready.to-Serve Cakes TRUJILLO BROTHERS
Te been trying to work it ouL"NoliI' I
sat down beside me on the the bright light of the moon and Joe Navarro and Castellanofor Rooms and Bath Laundry Tubs :and Pastries are always fretk! : GIVE US A TRIAL : WHOLESALE GROCERY fc

net cabin top. "I believe he meantto which now shone down through a Garage and Telephone. 514 t South Florida Nursery : Maloney & Peacock .:Cor. Fleming and Griaiell St. :

go back to the boat He'd finished gap In the cloud bank, I could see the Tropicals. Margaret. jan12 ; Phone '597 Catherine St. J: PHONE 818 I: PHONE 91 ; Dm.ioa and Thomas Streetaeo

with us-at least, so he thoughtbut her crew of four as plainly as thoughIt I Score by innings: 4ooeoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeee. .

that was no use unless he could were daytime.One of them,a liege R. H. E. LOST I eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePLUMBING e eeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeINSURANCE ....... .e..........*e

get rid of the others too. bareheaded( fellow who was steering Pirates 000 300 2-5 7 1 SELECT SEA FOODS :
't don't 1 recognized at once. It was my {I LOST-Lady's Large Black Bicycle HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
"I know how he was goingto La
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old acquaintance the big Russian trimmed in White. Old. .
do It I expect he had some sunning Jewfuh. 2 lb.. 35e :

and horrible plan to make It sailor Batteries: A. Griffin and Car- Return reward 925 White-|' Yellowtail Steak 2 Ike 35e :
With his bestial features and bonell Salinero and Joe Navarro. 1 -
look as If we'd all been killed in the ; head street jan26.3tPERSONAL I
explosion. Anyhow he certainly enormous breadth of shoulder be Summary: Errors: Perez John I Yellowtail on Bone, 2 lb. 25c : Office: 319 Dural Street :
looked for all the world like some '. ....._ .... : PUMPS
wouldn't waste time. He'd already Navarro 2, Garcia; runs scored: Grouper, 2 lb*. 2Sc J

sent one of his men to watch the monstrous ape. but it was on the A. Acevedo 2, Mayg, Griffin, Snapper, 2 lb.. ...,._...__ 2Se : PLUMBING SUPPLIESI

farm and. ." man who was crouching motionless Carbonell; two base hits: Mayg.. STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS, Mutton Fih. 2 Ib.. 2Se : uS TELEPHONE NO. 1 : r
beside him that Instinctively
my eyes AND INDIGESTION victims,
.. tttflUT Acevedo, Griffin John Navarro;
when ha -fonnd we'd es- riveted themselves.A stolen bases: Carbonell 2, Rueda why suffer? For quick'relief S Large Select Oy terFRESH PHONE 348 : '
4E> ". brok'e cold blast of hatred went get- free :: Try'Your Mule :AI
cap a, I In";"why didn't1flnish sacrifice hits: M. Acevedo; struck a ) sample iofUdga SHRIMP -THE--.i 1 S
through heart as I stared at that ,
j\\,{ us off then? What chance.a1qold my Tablets, ,a doctor's: 'prescriptionat S .
out Salinero Griffin
sinister : by 9y by fit
still figure. He sat there Kingfish Mackerel! : Ddmonlco Rcttawrmi"
Cardner's Pharmacy. _
we hate had against a crowd ,
bent bases on balls: off Salinero 1 PORTERALLENCOMPANY ,i
slightly forward, his face 'a ; ,

I 0*(She rmed shook toughs-her? head.-..It's got to white mask in the moonlight' Except hit by pitcher: M. Sanchez (by r jan7-8-9-14-16-21-22-23-28-29-30x- ; FREE PROMPT DELIVERY < JOHN c. PARK Budweiser B..r ,!______, I"

look like an accident. Nick. After all for the slight swaying of his Griffin); double play: Mayg ,to HELEN: Meet m same plate _at S LOWE FISH COMPANY : Sin Covr.e Dinner, .._.,
body as the ship rose and fell he t' |
this Acevedo to Calleja; time of garnet -
isn't Russia. You can't shoot nine. I'll bring Wrigley'
never stirred or varied his position. 1:45 umpires Gonzalez and surely PHONE 151 : 328 SIMONTON ST. : ---------- 1Oc, 75<, tad .S. %

their down bodies four people lying and about Just on leave the Not more than a hundred yards Aguilar.In; like.you Spearmint said. Bill.It does jan28-ltx help ....................... ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese,f eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee........................
now separated us, and
mo ;i
marsh. Why even now. when he the second game the Sluggers Our Reputation is : K
the of !
ment roar the sea as it pound. Wrapped AARON :
ed against the bar became louder defeated the Stars by WANTED W Attention Housewives!
"Listenl"I and more strident : close score of 3 to 2. The Sluggers crery package ; 836 Fleming StreetWATCHMAKER.

gripped hold of her wrist, and Twisting myself around. I took a i scored twice in the second, WANTED-Colored man, good at To see the PRETTY GIFTS :

for a tense second we both sat therein glance forward over the plunging I and the Stars came back in the skinning fi h. Apply Taxi of : l and NOVELTIES at : We are now offering 3
breathless silence. the
bobstay. Directly ahead of ns the sixth to tie the count. dermist. 801 Fleming street.
moaning of the wind from somewhere ; grades of
line of breakers that stretched from I The game ended in the last half jan28-ltx 1
far away up the creek came PRINTINGDONE
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a faint, unmistakable Doctor
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us. "A ten-horse Kelvin from the fin attempted to bunt. Acevedo
there patches of black sand still FOR SALE them.
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,,000 pupils participated. -I.lII.I.IA''umpires: Gonzalez and Aguilar. The Artman Press. auc'l 'iI II.lII.I.lI.I.'.I.1IIIIII ":;" 1111111: .1IIII .I.1jMONDAY



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Enjoyable Cabana Party Given l' "Polio" Costs America $360.0( HING. .

:-: SOCIETY :-: By Mr. And Mrs. M. E. Gilfond Annually, Statistics Show on irritated the bodyburning skin--

A number of winter visitors American Airways, Inc., Miami, led and helped by
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editresa and Key Westers and his mother; Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
were guests yesterday 3sinoLhere
'PHONE 752-J nard C. DeWitt, Ralph Gunn,
afternoon of Mr. and Mrs.

.................................................1 M. E. Gilfond at a cabana partyon Adrian loney, Betty Dornbush Maloney, Norvin, Dr. Ma-and AM .-

Resort Fashion Show Conducted Rest Beach. Mrs. Harry C. Galey, Franklin E. _
:The :waters of the Gulf took oil I Albert, John K. Schutt Mr. and l4s ,
Yesterday Outstanding Event unusual ,beauty during th.a after- Mrs. J. Gerry Curtis, Lieut. 'and
noon and all those_dropping in at!!Msrs.' W. B. Jackson, Richard

-- the cabana remarked about the Thruelson of New York; Robert +A r

The Resort Fashion Show which Outstanding in'Cthfe'\: selection of delightful setting for the_ party. Unkrieh, Jacksonville; Mr. and

took place yesterday afternoonwas ,cport dresses was 'the pale green During the afternoon refreshments -I Mrs. Norberg Thompson, Mr and

as lavish and handsome as knitted one-piece'modelled by Miss were served,, Tie 'Affair, Mrs. Robert Spottswood, Miss BAUSCH & LOMB GLASS
anything that Key West has ever Mary Louise Spottswood, and a was most enjoyable, ,.and probably Mary Louise Spottswood, Mr. and
seen, a veritable symposium of blue and white yachting dress ofI was the forerunner 'pf many such, Mrs. Wallace B. Kirke, Mrs. Fred ; < ,{ 3rt ls'' It has been said that no
loveliness. I I silk with all matching accessories, parties which will be given dur-I Bartlett, Washington D. C.; Miss r e't Lens can be better than the

First of all, the Advisory,, with a very effective white anchor ing the winter. :I :Mary Cox, Washington; Miss glass from which it is made.

Board, consisting of Mrs. William on blue background, worn by Miss t Among the guests were Mr. and. Mabel Berry, Jacksonville; Donald i BEARUP- LEANING That Is why ORTHOGONS are
If. Malone Mrs. O. S. Long Mrs.''Susan LaKin. I Mrs. Julius F. Stone, Jr., Mr. and'I Corley, William Ii. Hoffman, M\ *. WORKS. 514 AR RET ST. made from Bausch &; Lomb

Lewis Pierce, Mrs. Harold Ballou,I I' The tea-gown display was ex- Mrs. Edward Bruce, of Washington I Beck, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jay it.a PHONE 152M.MONROE. glass. They are crystal clear,

Mrs. Frederick Kirtland, 'Ralph quisite, with Mrs. William H. Malone -I D. C.; Arthur Curtis of Pan:I'of Miami J' \ uniform in refractive indes

Gunn and especially Leo B. War-1 modelling a black" organdie ---_. -- _- I IIi I I and dispersion, free from all
ren, are indeed to be con- especially designed for her and executed a THEATER E striae, bubbles and flaws.
gratulated upon the masterful and 1 by the leading coutourier Newlyweds Return i Mrs. Rhein HostessAt Y nr ; I I Claudette Colbert and 'Warren .

impressive staging of the affair,I' of the city. A simply breathtaking Home Last NightMr. Ii Supper Party William in I DR. J. A. VALDES
as well as upon the excellent taste gown, this, shown to perfection -
they manifested in the selectionof I by Mrs. Malone, her customary CLEOPATRAMatinee Orthofon Soft-Lit L2eB.

gowns and acctsories exhibited.! poise and savoir faire and Mrs. Joseph W. Sawyer ,- Mrs. W. W. Rhein Saturday I : Balcony, lOc; Orches 532 Duval Su.t .

The models were studies in lending its further distinction. returned last evening from, evening entertained at an infor- i Ira, 15-20c;. Night, 15-2Sc 1
graceful demeanor, with some:' Mrs. Isabel Ball wore a white their honeymoon spent in Jack mal supper party at her home in t-
particular ones outstanding by i crepe tea gown with adroit the Army Barracks honoring Gen- r a -- -- --
sonville and Palm Beach, and have n r t
reason of their personal charm,!| touches of red; Miss fury Elea- eral and Mrs. Campbell King 'r,

beauty, poise, self-possession or: nor Boyd,made a most, pleasing taken up their residence at their Among the guests' v.ere.4Colo? ;:
the fortunate combination of I{ appearance in red plaid, silk tea new apartments at the Crusoe t nel and Mrs, Hilden Qlin I ,.Captain 9
these attributes. No longer, are I I gown; Mss ,Nell .Rose'\' 'JJCnight home on Simonton street. ''i-'.'' and Mrs/Bomar, Miand Mrs.

expected to be merely, wore a becoming yellow crepe ; the Mrs. Albert Johnson'Miand: Mrs.
models Sawyer'was the former The urgent< necessity for the war against Infantile paralysis Is
manikin, ,but must sRupplenientrather } ''Xuchif aJf /orrhid _chiffon! that Miss Mary 'Elizabeth Grillion, .Wniiani R. Porter:, Mr:,_and Mrs.. revealed In figures made public by Col. Henry L. Doherty National
:,than complement; the .creations I creat1edlbo\ ,much comment was! i II, :t I Wallace' Bryant':Khtke i Mrs l''- !ay.kon .. Chairman of the 1935 Birthday Ball for the President. Col. Doherty's
they display. Some of ,the modelled) by I> Miss Alee Curry; popular member of the. Key-,Wegt L, Cooper, :Mrs. Webster,., r., statistics show that tber.'are more than 200.000 sufferers from the
ladies participating Jn .yesterday's Mrs.,Kola Swicegood wore an out- younger set, a graduate of the Cra'ham Fitch, Mrs. RobinsonMrs. disease, the ravase, eZ.whichtake a toll of America's wealth of

E owl, could easily hold their ,own I standing gown of blue and green Convent of Mary Immaculate here Robert T. Menner. Mrs. W. approximately paralysis patients$360.000,000 at the Reconstruction annually. Home Photo for shows Infantile young Paralysis.infantile

with the finest modern professional net with'large picture hat; Anibal and an accomplished musician. Hunt Harris, Mrs. Frederick Lee, Ithaca. N. Y. Inset Col. Doherty. The 1935 Birthday Ball will be
models. Armayor modelled the latest re Mr. Sawyer is a valuable employeof bliss\ Minnie Porter Harris and held on January 30. the President's 53rd birthday in more than5COO
I. fashions in this the First National Bank of Key Miss IIermione Fitch. American cities. Proceeds will be used in the nation-wide
The Fashion Revue itself was a sort for men section I
West. I II disease.
panorama of color, interesting, of the show. campaign: against
I The Cocktail Hour was The young couple will take 'Will now be at home to their host I
exciting, and very deserving of pre- I
their place in local society, and'of friends.
encomium.The sented in clever pantomime by
'the Misses Mary Louise Spotts 1 Ii
first phase presented togs --- I II I PALACEGeorge

for the very young set, and was, wood, Mrs. Rosalind Palmer and ................................................. (Contributed)
Buantly pleasing Masters Rayl Ralph Gunn. They made an ex- Arliss in
PERSONAL MENTION' When the day is dark and gloomy
Bush, Jr., the Bush twins, and: citing group, Mr. Gunn shaking THE LAST GENTLEMANI

George Ballou were cute as cute cocktails and using the latest .a.AaAAAaaaa......-.....--_-_._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._._ ._ ._ .r..n.._ ._ ._ ....._ Don't be glum; !!I !!w> Comedy and Short Reel Fine Fishing TackleMade
can be in tiny beach suits; little I frivolous innovation of cocktail If the rain comes down in torrents
Dr. N. C. Pintado left yester- Rogelio Cabiera left yesterday I Mat inc.: lO.ISc Night: lS-2Se
Miss Barbara Louise Warren was. gloves, designed, presumably, tot( Let her come; ;
day afternoon for Miami for a' afternoon for a short business
utterly sweet in a completely keep the hands warm during the By-
I few Keep a stout heart and happy
business. visit
white beach outfit consisting of cold business of mixing cock- days on in Miami. I \\\\lII""tl//
Smile again

slacks with ,pompom sweater; and Minnie-Gardneq beret-tam, tails.Mrs.. Malone appeared in Mrs. Mary Bruce Friend, who I Felo Rodriguez left :yesterday There's the a robin rain.;singing somewhereIn t SPEND Pflueger, Vom Bore and South Bend
afternoon for Miami to be absent
another designed cocktail was spending a while with her
Schutt modeled a party-dress of specially
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pale blue taffeta; Miss Barbara gown of brown taffeta with gold sister, Mrs. Sally Cary Parrish,: for several days. 'f YOUR FOR EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH
Sherman, in yellow ruffled or-!I and brown accessories.The left yesterday afternoon for her; If hard luck is chummy with you

gandie, was a young blonde vision; revue came to'a sensationalclose home in Washington, D. C. r Faustino Rendueles. Jr., left Never kick; I VACATIDN See Our Complete LineThompsoQ's
Master Freddie Kirtland showeda with the presentation of I yesterday for Miami and will remain Don't go fretting, or be mooning .

little boy's white linen suit off formal and informal eveningwear Miss Marie Haskins left yesterday -' for the fights tonight. Sort of sick; :: THIS YEAR IN' :

to great advantage; little Miss, with Miss Mary Louise afternoon for Tavernier II Buckle Bear in the and strain show your""mettle*" ,I' I FLORIDAoryow Hardware Store
Zetta Frances Cabrera was charm-,r Spottswood and Anibal Armayor where: she is a teacher in the pub- Harry Baldwin, first assistant Keep a-looking ;for the robinIn
ing in yellow ruffled making a striking appearance in lie school. keeper at Carysfort lighthouse, I :
georgette'l the rain.Subscribe [ !! CAROLINE STREEET -* .
set off by her black less formal resort attire and Mrs. _ I arrived yesterday for his regular :
"Red" Bainbridge was nicely self Robert Hartman and Ralph Gunn vacation with his family. 1
Everett Russell, of,
manager //IIII"II"\\\\
to The Citizen.
possessed in white garbadine, and wearing the completely formal the Standard Oil Company's local

made a very attractive appear evening dress. branch, left yesterday for Miami !.1'rs. Carl Stier arrived yester- -
Mayor William H. Malone, in a day from New York for visit
for a business conference with of- a
ance.The second part of the program white tuxedo, officiated as masterof ficials. with her mother, Mrs. Kate Bald THE CITIZEN'S NEXT SERIAL
introduced the latest ceremonies, announcing each
very win, of Ann street, and other relatives -
fashions in women's swimming individual creation as it appeared. i
State Senator Arthur Gome\\
suits, beach attire yachting, fish Mjasie was delightfully furnished
ing, 'by'' Richard Principale and his or- left yesterday for Miami
cycling horseback-riding,
i,(present at the fights at the Muni-) Ed. Sheeran, in charge of the
tennis and golfing apparel. Mrs. chestra for the entire duration of ,
,cipal Arena scheduled for to ,,Monroe County Ferry System
the show. I
Mildred DeWitt modeled white
'night. with the FERA, left yesterday for Tfamtcwa M:4.
cycling shorts with honeycomb The leading merchants of Key Lower Matecumbe.J. .
shirt and sandals, and Leo B. West are to be complimented on

Warren presented an entirely new the fine assortment and quality of Charles L Roberts, manager ofl! :
A. Rivero left yesterday for
cycling outfit for men consisting the gowns, beach suits and accessories the Porter-Allen Company, left :
of white linen shorts and blue silk modelled yesterday. Par- 'Saturday on a business trip to Miami for a few days on business

sport shirt, together with special ticular credit is due Leo B. War Miami.A and to see the fights tonight. ,. )r

cycling sandals. MOst effectivewas ren, director of social activities at .- '
the dark blue silk-jersey I one of the city's leading hotels, for Canalejo assistant keeper at Guthrie Babcock, who is em- t : I
slacks and sailor blouse with white originating and executing an af- Fowey Rocks lighthouse, left ployed with one of the large commercial RAPID-FIRE

braid trimming modelled by Mrs. fair so lavish and captivating as Saturday for his station after companies in Miami, ar-

Rosalind Palmer. Very new and the. Resort Fashion Show. Credit spending a vacation with his'rived last week for a few days in ROMANCE BY -

charming was the .fishing/ outfit is also_ due' the models and the family. Key West with relatives. ,
worn by Miss CJara Yates!,l Lconvprixing >I wonderful ,cooperation given by IH;. :1"/1 "bl'l WI1Jj" f
:I C ; eft'yestJr.as !! 1J'' (,3j6" rr' 'EVAN' EVANS s
,tan slacks and tan blouse the Advisory Board. Mrs. Mercy Burchell left Sl1-t I.' Gonzalo I Bezanirfo., ; ,, .
fJ.H'1 i-IUanCiJ 21Jt: v i '
/he swim suits were uniformly : ,Among, .'the models,in the revue while for Miamr in Connection. with '
i day for Miami to spend a 1 CIJfllDJfnfJt.G i .; ,
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.lovely,,and,an especially?:fetching were: ..Atrs.llliam. H, Malone, guest of her son William. .:Jjlc"! rns 'ni'anagershtp: *.o'th Ire'; 111 7"Piac'Theater. 16J.,9J" tu plJ1.5i c. ''''I, I." .% ,.
beach,costume of red t flowered Miss Mary Falk Mrs. Bainbridge" 'Ito' \ ,LAs nLt'I' near'. alt. t'a: r s:..
print, fashioned, in _the Tahitian Mrs. Robert Kruegar, Mrs..,.Rosalind 'IIP'2, .. suq :r p'" -
Francisco Menendez arrived >
Palmer, Mass ,,Elizabeth sn3ulius w"h 90q, y CVSfxi i
manner, was modelled by MU from Havana Saturday afternoonand ,Colhps,r ? Qr li was, .xn .thfcity
Norma Yates. Worthy of particular I Atcherson, Mrs. Isabel Ball Mrs. after spending brief hour''' for, a visit with mXjfamily. .
mention in this section of Eola Swicegood, Mrs. Louise with his son-in-law and daughter,I left yesterday for Matecumbe\ 4 .r! ?:t1r:
the show the brown marine Auxier, Miss Alee Curry, Misses clerical
was r where he is employed on
Dr. and Mrs J. A. Valdes left for '
batik beach costume worn by Norma and Clara Yates, Miss his home in Miami. :work with the bridge forces. :
Mis. Mildred DeWitt, designed Mary Eleanor Boyd, Miss Alice ,

specially for the occasion and Jones, Mrs. Charles Taylor, Miss Scheurer Weatherford arrived '

surely destined to become pop* !I Susan LaKin Miss Nell Rose .'1 A. E. Woodburn, proprietor ofWoodburn's yesterday from Miami for a short (1' .; :..

ular throughout the southern resort Knight Miss Dorothy Cleare, Mrs. Grocery at Marathon,'I visit with his father and other ; .
area. Miss Jane Brown and' Robert Hartmann, Mrs. Benjamin left Saturday after a brief visitas relatives. ..' : :.
Ralph Gunn wore splendid modern I Sawyer, Mrs. Jane Brown, Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor'' : I

attire. I Mildred DeWitt, Miss Louisa Delaney Moffatt. '
yachting .. ,
(Joe Brown, special agent with .
There followed large showing, Messrs. Ralph Gunn and l I -
a I I ; ,the U. S. Internal Revenue De- .' ;; -
of sports and street dresses in I I Anibal Armayor. Miss Elizabeth Schiffert left i I : r,j
every conceivable color and style< ,! Over three hundred and fifty yesterday afternoon for Miami en partment, arrived yesterday to ;: .
who is
Join Mrs. Brown spending :
including close-fitting knitted,: people attended the affair, including route to Denver, Colorado, to join, while with relatives.. : :i
models in pastel shades, which:: local society, almost the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon a i.

were perfectly lovely and brought I I I entire winter colony and a num- Spencer. Charles S. Johnson and niece, )) :

forth much admiring applause.!I I ber of hotel guests. Jfrs. Ralph Sampson, arrived here ,
Mr. and Mrs. ,x.. >:Janjes,. ,of I "
Cleveland, Ohio, ,who'.were; ', ?in over the foe Overseas a visit of Highway several days Saturday -1 f llrw. J 0 one had to tell Ben ton villa( that if,was '_ '!

Mr. And Mrs. Julian Langner Key West several weeis. as guestsof )' with relatives. p' ' .a.. "' '- shooting time when ycllow-tycd Itck .. .
and Mrs. Louis Martin
I Mr. t., : : Lascar posted his challenge.. .. ,
the winter 10 '
At Cocktail left yesterday for, ":
Entertain Party Floyd Ayala, petty officer v in
home at cocoa.Mrs.John -'. I I the U. S. Navy, who was visitinghis I One puff of fast marked where he fell,another t

;,I. mother and other relatives .. ,, f where the Montana Kid six-gun still smoking
Julian Langnerof Mrs.| Bainbridge'Judge JeffersonB.
Mrl: and Mrs. ,
Key .left .Saturday, Norfolk '
; left for lorI
Washington, D. C. and. Ralph Browne, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy, afternoon for a Iit.wiih friends:I assignment yesterday to a ship. :Y was on his horse again, hell-bent for.the border.Awaiting _:

Gunn entertained Saturday after Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ballou l Mr'l I I in Miami. I I < .1 .S :,,: .' him ii Mexico was the most danger '

noon at a delightful cocktail partyat and Mrs. Bernard DeWitt, I M*. and Mrs. Joe Mondul were ," I, ous and colorful adventure in his fife-1 feat ia-,

their home on Caroline street.I. and Mrs. Clem Price, Mr. and I Claude Albury, head of the immigration arrivals yesterday from Miami fora voMng the theft of an emerald from the .
Mrs. William H. Malone presided -i Mrs.\ Frederick Kirtland. Mr. and:I bureau in Key West,! visit with relatives. Mr. Mondul a .. crown .
at the punchbowl and all 1 Mrs. Joseph L. Cates, Mrs. Robert -, left Saturday to join Mrs. Alburyfwho left in the afternoon. I ( j governor of the province. The conclusion leaves
kinds of tasty little tidbits were I, T. Menner, Mrs. Lou Knowles,I is spending a while with relatives , I hn: an outlaw in the eyes of the authorities '

in evidence on the beautifully I Mrs Rosalind Palmer. Mrs. Eola I and will be present at the 1 .: __ .- I b-o: to the peons. A stirring tale of adventure ia .
decorated table, as well as a gorgeous -I Swicegood, Mrs Frederick Prin- fights tonight. I CREOMULSIONCOUGHS ,-" Sic:
1 romantic
i I : : country below the Rio Grande. *
centerpiece of cut roses., dle, Mrs. Irma Louise Wilkins 1 .
The_ party itself was completely I.Mrs. C. Winslow, Mrs. Ella Lee:I I Spottswood, Miss Mary Frances; '
modern and informal, and much Cash, Mrs. Paul Reuter. :Mrs'r Whitmarsh, Miss Betty Maloney;;!, rear.aaiuti dr.geist is aaaatlor Y
Messrs. Charles Wilson Parker) faaid to dieerF.ap ref..daw.ey :
enjoyed by those attending. i I Frederick Downing, Mrs. Robert I t1. if an
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The guest list included: Mayor Hartman, Mrs.,Robert Spottswood,lDonald Corley, Norman Maloney II rot radiered b1 Cr.o.si.! .
and Mrs William II. Malone, Consul Mrs. Janice Maloney Lewis, Mrs.I:' Ray Curry, Adrian Dornbush, Leo Starting Friday FeM
General and Mrs. Carlton B.I!| Louise i Auxier. Mrs. Shirley Bart B. Warren, M": Stanton Gardner, ,.

Hurst. Lieutenant and Mrs. Robert ' Jones, Miss Hemroine Fitch, Miss Alfredo di Giorgio Crimi, and! .

: N. Kreugar, Lieutenant and Mary ;Falk, Moss ;Mary Louise,.Henry T. Hunt t J

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