The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 9, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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Amount To in the Eighth District, is in BODY HERE

Key West in connection with federal Key West for a short visit with

projects. BOARD MEMBERSASSEMBLE Lighthouse Stations -
the local administration.Mr. .
EDMUND H. HARVEY MAKES Plants for gardens will be distributed
By BYRON PRICE This information is conveyed ina Green arrived yesterday in William Marshall well known
(Thief ., II.r*... The A. .elmtt4Frea APPLICATION TO WAR DE- next Wednesday to relief And Much Other
telegram to Postmaster Sam command of the Yacht Josephine local HERESTATE
*. Ua.hUKtOB> clients who have garden Hibernian, wa found dead
The of the left-wint PARTMENT NO PUBLIC harris received today from Congressman II. I
activitie ; FlorIda owned by the state and loaned Equipment
by Mr. Rainey at the -
space in his fishing boat today near I II
J. :Mark Wilcox.
era are almost monopolizing cur HEARING TO BE HELD East Coast property where the the loca! administration. !
Mr. Wilcox asks :Mr. Harris to The vessel is berthed at of Boca Grande by Thomas Thompson AND FEDERAL OFFI.
I seed beds located just east of one
rent political talk about 1936. are I I I .
I either write or wire the names of the finger piers in the submarinebase. CERS Cheater H. McCall Alai itant to
the station Miss Nina G. Ryder : who brought the new to ENJOYED BANQUET
The politician are aikinf how Edmund H. of Sombrero three engineers between 20 and
Harvey It
is to be used for
only the
director of the social service department Key We.t. I GIVEN AFTER ARRIVAL AT the cecretary of commerce, left
serious the organized labor deflection -' Lodge, Marathon, Key Vac-'' of the district office 30 years of age for designated I transportation of state and fed- :

from the Roosevelt camp as:; has applied to the war depart- here of the Florida ERA, announced appointments. eral government officials or other I Mr. Thompson, it i i. aid, aw DELMONICO RESTAURANT yesterday afternoon for Miami

/nent .for a permit: to do certain this morning.The Mr. Harris: advised The Citizen I distinguished, guests. Mr. Martha!! boat and sent his after' a most enjoyable -vUit in
bef ,just ,what Hue Loaf'* While in- Key',Weili r'Mr.' may
administration is
she said, that if there aret any qualified boat .
follows Mr. MarthalI.Recei.ia.
r work At his place as :* ; over to speak to
presidential. candidacy likely 1.' \k,' : anxious to have as many clients men of the 'required 'age.tin Key I I who'liolM'th' 'tank. lieutenant' Member' of state and federal t Key West as'guest'.fiSnperintennV .
,'Construction} timber pier no reply he investigated -
a commander hi the ,
U. S.: N1. Reserves ,
as possible to take advantage of West' who:SvonJd'accept'Sueh'inappointment plant boards and agricultural organizations :.' '
mount, tog( wnelber such groupat [to'' extend into1,Florida I.Bay for a the opportunity to grow their own to get'in touch with the'irnest' 'of'Lieutenant and found the body. were in Key West this I W. Wr Det'itt'of.tb. Ser- ......

at tla ',.iaf1atio.l.h;" JLeleader. -,' Tom :distance'of' 50 eet'-from the existing fresh vegetables for the use of lira at once as Congressman,.Wilcox W. Bj: Jackson, U. S. N., and' Mrs. As toon as the news reached his week enjoying a post,meeting \.a-1 oath Ltghthour' Dittrict.Mti'McCall .

.,\ .;.shore) Jjne.!'At the channel. their families. 'advises he must make, r the Jackson at'their quarters In the office Sheriff :,. O. Thompson, cation following" joint1 meeting ,
*..,and.,11..'!Slntlairite will naval station.FOUR 'arrived' Wednesday
Tomato plants. cabbage plants, recommendations Wednesdayof in Miami.
ward, end an "L'head will be by Attorney Ceo. G. Brooks and I

bo able to find a mean for orfanized I'constructed extendnig southerly sweet peppers, broccoli and Ber- next week.ARRANGING. Peace Justice Frank O. Roberts They arrived over the Wghway and 'boarded tW- Tender' Ivy,
1 muda onions are to be distributed. afternoon and after rid-
expression next year'1 I I at right angles to the main part BUILDING secured the services of Captain Thursday
A record will be kept of persons ing around the city studying the which was Held in readine for

lection. of the pier for a distance of 50 who obtain plants, and later an PLANS Luther Thompson and left to get progress of operations here for. bit arrival. In with the

I feet over all. The pier and "L" exhibit will be staged when vegetables PERMITS ISSUED r the body and bring it to Key WeaL the control and eradication of Insect company

There are those far over on I head will be 10 feet wide, and the grown will be shown. Prizes FOR FIELD MEETBoys I pests. assembled at the Del- superintendent, the voyage of inspection
the conservative side who refuseto will be offered for the best ex ban-
above monico
decking will be five feet Restaurant to enjoy a .
take any of these things very the mean low water mark. [hibits.In I ONE CALLS FOR ERECTIONOF FIRST LADY OF quet with members of the local was started.

beriously. They insist the smokeis I Plans of this structure may be an effort to provide relief I plant board unit and officials.In The first call was at steel [true>
I clients with fresh vegetables. and and girls wirhing to enter NEW STRUCTUREON [
U. S. Engineer office the were Lee A.
at the party
out of all proportion to the seen FLORIDA PLANS
to help them in obtaining more the field meet which i is a part of : tures on the reef and from thereto
in of the bureau of
in the Dyal Upchurch building Strong, chief entomology
fire. They predict that Mr. social (he celebration of "La SemanaAlegre" NORTH BEACH
I. Jacksonville and the engineer's food of this nature, the and plant quarantine Tortugas where all day Thurs
Roosevelt is sure to be the liberal service, department will give out should communicate with
sub office at Miami Beach. FORVJSITHERE U. S. Department of Agriculture, day was spent in looking over the
William Cates Victor
candidate in 1936, as he was in ,I It is not planned to hold a public information relative to the best or I Washington, D. C.; A.. S. Hoyt
1 of cultivating the plants. !! registration blanks, it was During the week ending yesterday light, the various structures for
1932, and that his chief opponent I hearing on this application means and E. R. Sasscer. of the same
Mr. Rainey will be at the East pointed out today. They are. connected the following building and I' housing the personnel and other
!The Citizen is informed, but any MRS. bureau W. C. O'Kane, Durham,
will be a conservative, or at least DAVE SHOLTZ TELLSOF ;
with the recreation depart.
issued from
: one desiring to protest the proposed Coast garden from 1 II. m_to 5:30p. I repair permits were N. II., antI daughter, Mrs. Cap- holding of the department.The .-,
a semi-conservative. distribute ment of the Key West Administration. the office of Harry Baker, building '
I work from the standpoint of m.., Wednesday, to PROPOSED VISIT IN pelle. Mr. O'Kane is chairman of return.,to. K-y W' .* __ ...
talk .
'Nevertheless on.
goes Persons to inspector:
the plants. expecting II.
its interference with navigationor the National Plant Board.
Whether it U a bugaboo or not,'; submit procure plants should take a wet Persons wanting to lend their New home on North Beach ARTICLE CARRIED IN 'THE ; made yesterday and a trip oyer-

left-wing agitation easily outdis- such effect upon in should. I cloth or papeV! to wrap around the 1 boat for the moonlight regatta; 'structure to be 37 feet by 40 I Members of the National Plant the city made with Mr. Demerit
tances all its rivals as a topic of Plants of the colorful attractions of feet. Owner Gomez Board and state quarantine offi-
Such protest should be mailedto plants, it.i'l. i suggested one ; George ; cost, and at I 5 o'clock in the afternoonthe
and the for the week of joy 1 cers of their respective states
political speculation. should be set in the .ground program 2000.
the District Engineer U. trip to the ,station was made
Liberty League Plan Box I watered as Boon as possible to insure hould communicate with the recreation -i Repairs to 924 Division street. were: J; A. Adams, Wilmington,

The talk and the speculation : Engineer Jacksonville Office. Postoffice'Fla.. in timeto t successful cultivation, it was department, it was said. j Owner, R. Solano; cost, $75. .t Floric a'S First Lady, MrV Dave Delaware; George. Dean,. Man and a buffet luncheon enjoyed

permeate to some unexpected- 4970 be, received on ,,or before,Feb. emphasized.. . '. .- Thisjs to be one1of ej interestinj! I.1 Repairs.Jto building. at the,.cor-? J&.h01u,.beieyes! .i,1I .Key_West and hattan, Kansas on'; E .L. Chambers, be'fore 'the-...-train<, --i,,-..i left_'-* fqr. -.,... Jhejtrsc a.-
"pfaces.Recently a partisan of events fii the week, as outside, re r f ncr of Greene and Duval streets. tells the Madison, W'l's rr'ltw.Vn, .4'
16, 1935.ISSUES S I in February issue of
the Liberty league, which has behind -] ruary gattaunder a full moon in Feb Owner, Lowe Estate; cost, $75. 1 Raleigh N. CM.; S.. Yeoman, Enjoyed Trip
FREIGHT STEAMERARRIVESIN The Clubwoman, of her proposalto Atlanta, Ga. -A. C. Fleury, Sacramento -
it a tremendous conservative ruary are not common to Addition to 305 Petronia ; Asked how he enjoyed the trip,
backing, was refuting the widely.)'': BROCHUREAS visitors. I street. Owner F. Wake; cost, $50. this spend Outdoor Florida Week in ., California. Mr. McCall told The Citizen he

0 held impression that the l league PORTFRUIT _. city. Other state plant quarantine had never had a' better time dur.'
t Mrs. Sholtz asks the question officers were: Franklin Sherman,
will be against Mr. Roosevelt in ing his years of service with the
PERTAINS "Where will I spend Outdoor Clemson College, S. C.; W. E.
department minute the
"How do you know we are go- TODAY'S WEATHER Florida Week" and answers "In Anderson, and ,Mrs. Anderson, trip was productive Every of new of,intereft .
ing to be against him?" he asked.I SUGARINDUSTRYPRESIDENT VESSEL ALSO COMESIN {r ] Key West." Continuing Mrs. Baton Rouge, La.; Clay Lyle, ) and entertainment.
Sholtz: writes "I choose Key West State College, Miss.; Wilmon
'Suppose all this radicalism beaus THIS MORNING FROM All phases of the service from
I for what it offers. Sunshine, Newell, Gainesville. Fla.; Dr. J.
wrecks his legislative -
somewhere, fire drill to
up placing buoys were
1 Temperature Florida: Partly cloudy ocean breezes and good fishing. II. Montgomery. Gainesville Fla.
I and threatens to NEW YORK warmerin , ; displayed for the criticism of the
program. ,
put over a lot of scatterbrain policies OF NATIONAL Highest m..... ..._. ......_.j._._.77 I northeast portion,. preceded byj1' There, with my children, I will be Mr. and Mrs. Wm H. Merril. Mi- official but he had no criticism to

next year. Will we have any SUGAR GROWERS ASSOCIA. Lowest ?._.,_,?...____.68 I in.the. month of February. What ami; Arthur C. Brown, Miami. make, he said. but on the contrary .
Ozark Mean _._ _.___72 .w that month will bring forth, well I --
choice but to help him? Freighter of the Clyde- -- fe-..; only'words of highest;
The trouble is, of course, that TION MAKES CLOSE STUDYOF Mallory Lines, arrived !0:30 J o'clock Normal Mean .70 that is an unwritten story but I HUGHES PLEASED praise and 'commendation for the

radicalism always has great difficulty RECIPROCITY LAW last night from New Orleans and Rainfall know it will bring somehing we entire district and the personnel.

I "heading up." It is well sailed 11:15 for Miami and Jack- Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. will love, for most of it will be It While 'on the trip ,Mr.. McCall

t known that the labor vote seldom sonville. Normal. Precipitation. .05 Ins. Y <$ spent in Outdoor Florida." WITH\ PATRONAGE took moving pictures of the men
IfcU r..rol :I-.r peeledrudlug The is but
rarer foregoing an excerpt -
if ever, has been delivered to any Jose M. Casanova president oft Steamship Ceiba, of the Stand- .f H .>l M-k thin w.rlnK. i 'ind some of their activities. lie
in I ard Fruit and Steamhip:: \2i/ from an article written by assembling series
one candidate a nationwidef company Tomorrow' Almanac a of reels Depicting -
Association of Sugar
the National Mrs. Sholtz devoted Florida
liberals { arrived in port !9 J o'clock this B? to f
election. Radicals and lc life in all of the distri-tj
Growers of Cuba, has issued a Sun rises ..___ 7:05 a. m. ... J.1 and the attractions it offers NEW MANAGER OF OVER-SEA
have a great reputation for fight.. morning from New York, consigned (; '. many of the United States and colonial
brochure on the reciprocity} Sun sets ....m_ 6:18 p. m. not only to the visitor to the state'I
and the Porter Dock "r I HOTEL READY TO GREET .
ing among themselves un- to company. possessions to be produced for educatiottal
treaty between the United States i Moon rises ....-._..._11:45 a. m. -T i.i but to the Floridian also. 'Ill"-
dermining one another. Cuba. based the Jones- The vessel received a supply of Moon sets. .....__. _12:52 p-rti7 i'dy'ftai ALL PATRONS.s4iO i purposed ::
and on a. m. I In conclusion Mrs. Sholtz concludes -
The latest grapevine word to fuel oil and eailed for Frontcra, t 'JV-WhiU'out' trolling 1 ; / ;fac\ l1
Costigan Law. I. First quarter, 10th _. 4:25 a, m10 with ,,, .tn') .sM ,.
Mexico. ,,, \\ hi the hope "that 'all Vfti3rWVeI.ambcrjack
reach Washington is that, Governor I'" I"" '>;. t- f.1 northwest portion, tonight; I ca1Jkhtif: number of l.I l.
Mr. Casanova has given an 'Tsnorrowa Tiue Florida joins in the celebration I' t,. 'tI" !15,13-tIsos. '
Texas in' ,
Floyd Olson will not; be a Tanker Alabama of the>l: Sunday- / lighUy colder I ahd'ban a"ict4ht
analytical study of the law and XM. February 17-23" which has been cr> LeririlIu: heIPorrtJi' ,lj ljI' : -
.serious. farmer-labor, presidential I Oil company, was arrive ,, ..1 1 P.M.. northwest px>r\ion. t the' candidate in 1936y.,and that",thc its I purposes, which evidences a this afternoon 3 o'clock from lIil -r.t-n"!.r_ .3.J20; .12:57 .-.!JacksonvHlte Florida Straits: designated as Outdoor Florida:.Oyer-Sca.iHotol hu'wvII.piear4d{ : he"Ieft"rV tIVt4\

LaFollettes arel| more likely tj> keen i knowledge of the, needs''of I II Tampa with 10,000 barrels c* fuel Low .... tn..."---tlX1! .,;*..,10:40llniomeler I Moderate ef and southeast winds ( Week. : ,, witfn pattonaqebrececivest1by9tPiptirp : fendtoill be..j1aE'etf'him \ rffrlPt

support' Roosevelt..than to try; U I the growers I and I the benefits to oil for the tanks of the Porter : tBu.. 1.01.. i .LoditySelevcl,30.09. ) ovpritaoutfc,, portion aha"' '' rioderate'to ,.(1;l : I thcrlfirst daytthaf Ms I WashiagthnwtItiad HVeryftlntere.rln $ :

establish their new progressive. be derived under the reciprocal Dock company. f, ., .",. .. > fresh south'iWftin'jf'' 'td" 'west ED. ELLSWORTH i been opened after having'bunconpletaly1irenovated ; ?o .t"'*

national basis. I agreement.The "N I winds over'north portion; weather i sad refurn-* :" .
party o.a! writer take the effectof 1 ished. Summing up my tgi4.i'ud

the That about certain leaves left-wing Huey entrantin Long the administrations up of several WM. TEDDER DIESHERETHISJORNING Station Last Lowest Night Yesterday Highest ;I Sunday.partly overcast tonight and I EXPECTED TODAY;; Many visitors to this city yesterday Mr. McCall, "I can say it has been
one highly interesting, productive of
presidents on the sugar industryin Abilene _._ 40 52 Eat:: Gulf Moderate east winds I found their way to the
the 1936 presidential sweepstakes : i .
Cuba. The and declineof I'I II hotel. Workmen much excitement' and entertainment
growth newly opened are
i Atlanta _.._ 42 48 over south portion and moderateto -r- I
t I I i and revelation line
results of a
the industry and the Boston ... 32 34 busy getting more of the rooms
Plans Split? --'- fresh southwest shifting to Ed. II
Long Ellsworth who has been i of progreu'ant !
different changes in the customs ready to receive guests!
34 .
about Long? over north portion.Wr.ATHCH
what Huey from West about
And laws governing the importationinto Charleston .. 48 54 I away Key for I Having been taken over by the 'I of the lighthouse! eervice.
Of course much depends on the United States of the FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE _- one year, was expected to arrive .FERA. the hostlery has been painted "The ,officials awl other per.
what happens to him between row. Chicago 30 32 I I CONDITIONS this afternoon for a brief visit I sonnel of the district are second
product. inside and out, the roof repaired
Denver 30 46
anti a year from now. Conceding)I CONDUCTED TOMORROW with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. and I to none in the service and I only
In uncertain terms the new furniture,' fixtures
his Louisiana re-\ no I I Detroit _......_ 24 32 Slight disturbznces are central Wm. M. Ellrworth and sister Miss
that he keeps student of the Jones-Costigan law draperies in'talled and scores of regret I did not have ,time to extend
however, the I AFTERNOON Galveston ___ 56 68 this morning on the north Atlantic :. Cecilia. I
together possibilities visit for several
gime ,i other improvements made. my days on
praises the resulting benefits to
seem to sum up like this:' the industry in Cuba. With the I II Havana __ 68 coast Boston, Mass., 29.96 j,I Mr. Ellsworth is in the engineer The hotel will be under the sea and In this delightful city of
Long's managers are not Huron 28 32 inches, and over the Rio Grande ) department of the Texas Oil company ,. who Key West and iU fine people."
claim-I I assurance! of a permanent quota William Tedder. 83 old Jacksonville ..._ 50" 61 Valley, Brownsville, Texas, 29.90;I Hughes family management,
ing he has a chance to win years and is on the Tanker Alabama for have the Elrin Just before the hour of depar.
in each area, the market supply! morning in Kansas City ._ 30 32 rain has occurred I years
inches and j
presidency next year. They do' died 3:30 o'clock this I scheduled to arrive this aft- Inn'at Mount Pocono, Pa. Leo W. tune Mr. McCall and Mr. Demer
was regulated and every dangerof the home. 705 Ashe street, follow KEY WEST ... 68 77 since yesterday morning from
times change buffet luncheon
insist that unless
I erno.on. Hughes came here some time ago itt were,guests. at a,
destructive with
he could poll enough votes in competition, 'I ing an illness lasting over a long Little Rock 50 62 central and eastern Texas and I II and later be joined by his given by Captein Phillip L.
duties wjll
routhern and western states to high disappeared. period. ". Los Angeles -__ 48 62 Lousiana northeastward to the) family all of wKbm have hade Coitgrove and the officers of the
split seriously the coalition which President Roosevelt. in exercising -1' Funeral services will be hel4 f4. Louisville ?..,>*, 40 48. North Atlantic States. and sno'I,I REV. A. J. AURITVlSITING.IN ..,of. experience in the hotelbusiness. Ivy on board the vessel, which the

carried those states for Rooseveltin his authority and reducing morrow afternoon 4 o'clock from! Miami.-, ., ..70 .76. in portions of the southern Lake \ visitor declared was a perfect

1932. the custom taxes played no small., the Lopez: Funeral Home chapel to Minneapolis .__ 24 .. 28, region and northern New England. CITYRev. < climax to a delightful visit
part in making effective the salva- the. Fleming Street Methodist >;!:W'' Orleans 60 76. There has also been rain in the

tion of the Cuban sugar: fanner. Church. Rev. Shuler-Peele will of New York :.__ 32 . 38 Plateau region and southern California CUBA CARRIES FERRYBERTIIth

fORE PRAISE FOR The Citizen acknowledges, .-- ficiate. Pensacola __ SB ,62 and snow Colorado. A \

;I ceipt of the pamphlet from the Survivors are two sons William Pittsburgh --..... 38 d :46 high pressure area overspreads A. J. Aunt of SL Baltharcur's .

KEYWESTBOOKLETRev. I Cuban Institute for the Stabilization R, and George P. Tedder;' two St-5 Louis ....__ 32 .44 the North Pacific, northern Rocky Church..Loyal, Win., is spfend- 102. PASSENGERSSteamship AT PORTER DOCK
\ I of the sugar indus. ";., daughters, Mrs. Sarah J. Albury Salt Lake City 34 42 Mountain and Plains States Helena ing a delightful visit in Key WestIHe

II and Mrs. Rocilla Ochandarena; San Francisco 48 58 Mont., 30.36 inches and arrived here with a party of

1 I : one sister. Mrs. Samuel Roberts Seattle _..- 32 48 pressure is dill moderately high friends! who have gone to Cuba Cuba tailed yesterday -

A. L. Maureau of the local "Pirates Of Penzance"Make and three grandchildren.Large I Tampa _____ 60 78 over the South Atlantic States,1 I for a stay of several days. for Havana with 93 first Ferry Key West, of the Monroe

Catholic Church is in receipt ofa Reservations and Washington __ 34 40 Charleston S. c., 30.16 inches. .-- class passengers nine second das; County Ferry System, camE 'down
letter from Mrs. Mae Gallagherat Get Ticketsat Williston 22 30 Temperatures have risen in the IS ECONOMYTo one automobile, four tons of from drydock this moraine and is
and Small IT
Brooklyn, N. Y.. thanking him : Middle and South Atlantic and freight and 213 sacks of mail.! berthed at the Porter dock' for
for a copy of the Key West Book- - HENS AND FRYERSOrders I WEATHER FORECAST East Calf States and readings .*. CITIES -SERVICE Gas- Ferry Palma arrived from Cubain final l repairs. -

let sent her. KEY WEST DRUG CO. are generally above the seasonal, .ad QUAKER STATE Oils. the afternoon with one car of The vessel will sail ,Monday
Taken At All Hour
Mrs. Gallagher who. was before Blue print of Stage and Seating l (Till 8 p. in., Sunday) ... average this morning throughoutmost Try 'Hei TOP-DRESSING beef. one car of peppers," one..ear I morning for ,Matecumbe -to be

marriage Miss Carstem of Key arrangement on displayin Fulford's Poultry Farm 1 Key West and Vicinity: Partly sections of. the country. 'I . Mlorc4llt! of sugar one car of'I tomatoes, I placed at once In service relieving

West, stated that the booklet provo window Phone 880 I Deliver cloudy tonight and Sunday; mod- G. S. KENNEDY., 'Lev' S..Mi ,Service' Station one car of rope,. 185 sacks of mail I the Ferry Florida Keys which

ed to be interesting. 1 1 crate east and southeast winds. Official In CbarfC. -. -.s bag .e i.nd.18, empty,ears..,: I is due:to arrive next week. ;
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Qbc ittp mt\1I(; NO. AQUARIUM Riding Down to Key West rllllllllllllllllll o

. and Spring .esssesssssssnoessse............................
, Natural Pineapple Juice in
Dally Except Sunday By Since
the management took
Riding down to West ,
L. P. ARTMV. PntII4.... over The Citizen, 20 years ago, improvements The Preparation of Salads Where the grass is all in green,

From The Citizen Building advocated by this paper have been Drifting like a glory-haze FOR SALE
Corner Greene and Ann 8tr..U By Jane Rogers '* Under the sunset's sheen.
printed at the head of the editorial column. ,...' Birds
are singing merrily
Only Dally Newspaper in Key West and Monroe Those projects are: j rpo JL many women the use of pine tf hile charmed ears are. listen-
apple in salad suggests some
County. 1. Water and Sewerage. sach commonplace combination as a ing.Riding ..,
Entered at Key West. Florida, as second class matterF.FTW'S.XTII slice of the fruit a leaf of lettuce down to spring-though ., ... ;. t-.''''''' ;;..: :C1' :' .
2. Bridges to complete Road to and a topping of cream cheese. All still rei :. :ff'1 ; #1 ":;.r . :

YEAR Mainland. I three are excellent foods; but there cs The snow on mountain tops i is .' ..t.- : .
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the .un
McwWr .f the A-'at. Frew is a new way Ice glistening. .
3. Free Port. and appetizing flavor of the Hawai'fan 1 1J1.ipj 1lr .
the Associated Press I. exclusively entitled to use 1// r'i 4 T .
ht ,
g.dowp1. 1
fruit be imparted t0 aalanX ) ;
.r pubiicatlon ot all news dispatches created to 4. Hotels and Apartments.. .can
It or not otherwise credited In this. paper,and als r.r ; : and I am cure that all who read A traveler canning.llidmg .
the local news published liern. 5. Bathing Pavilion. ...""> I, this Bill nevtrregret tr f b .IC, [II J doa'JJ:riding: down
: EapeeW171Qthoee' 'WhOtwta'' ; ; '
BlttVCHlPTIO: HATES To Key West and Spnnr.
.Year __._____._.__..,._----. -- _UUI 6, Aquarium.. '. I 1 >prepare> salads that will came their 1 ,eb -ULRIC GWYNN Jr. a 1'x w
GU Months __.._ 6.e. 7. Land children amid mentolktoislag the 1
Airports and Sea.
Ihree Months _...._......... _ .-._ _ %.51 ,>praise> ot theft.favorite.cook, lam )i I. ,--.
One Month __.._u._" .n 8. Consolidation of County and City'I 'suggesting two simple recipes call's
tVeekly _.__.._..._.___ .Z' '
unsweeto ,
Governments. tug for the use of natural t/1A i {'/llll ;M1'' Iflrla'vlrs
A )\'ERTI91.XU RATES: ,e ned pineapple juice. (The syrup .
Md !known on application. With the opening of the aquarium tomorrow . j Iin which sliced pineapple 1*nicked .I 4 sb Ls& MKFurnfshed
is excellent in its place but must Anniversaries
All read Ing Ootiecs. cards of thanks, resolutions .! Project No. 6 is a fait accompli, I not be used In these salads).
rrrpect. cbltuarjr noticed*, .etc. will be charge tor at and its place will be taken by what is now Molded Mayonnaise Salad ........................
tie rate of :e teats a
for entertainments by charcneii from'whlckt number Airports, land and sea. Whilewe t package cop boom lemon BMrsUsa l lloIVi placappl juke 1773-William Henry Harri-
revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. Ohio
Th Citizen is an open forum and Invites dtseusStua have the latter it is of 1 dash Utipoon saltI son. governor soldier-hero,
a temporary arrangement ca yeno
of public Issues and subjects of local or general V. teaspoon worceturslili sauce senator. 9th president, born at >as.ll 1
'u<,rtrt but it will not publish anonymous colAmunl.01 but there are prospects that 1 cup grated American cheewft f Berkeley, Va. Died month after 71 +r
. . cup mayonnaise drtuinc. real 1 thick I
both will become permanent bases. Dissolve jello In boiling pineapple water from the can of asparagus. inauguration April 4, 1841.
add seasonings chill until
The chief project is the building of Juice Simmer slowly on the fire for about
cold and syrupy. Place in a bowl of
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST 29 minutes or until the tomatoesare 1820 Mases G. Farmer, New st _
and with -
bridges over the two water gaps to com- cracked< ice whip egg very soft then strain through a 4
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN beater until fluffy and thick like England inventor and pioneer
fine sieve, pressing through as
plete the road to the mainland and this whipped cream. Combine cheese American electrician born at
much of the pulp as possible. j '4
will remain paramount in the public mind Turn and mayonnaise into molds, and chill fold until into jello.firm. While this Is cooking soak the Bo cawen. N. II. Died May 25.

1. Water and Sewerage. until its completion.An Serve on crisp endive or chicory gelatine in 14 cup of the pineapple 1893.
Juice. Over this pour the, tomato
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- effort is being made just now to and sweet garnish gherkins.with radish roses and juice which has been heated to the I I -
boiling point and stir until dis : 1826-Samuel Bowles son of
land.. .. obtain the selection of Key West as a free Hawaiian Jelly Salad I I:
.t. -,i'. tomatoes solved.. Rinse individual molds in the !founder who made the Springfield
.3. Free. Pori. lri.:". ??.J':I ; is '-.. trading zone, development, which ..The 2 S taps up..HavajUM toad pack ptaeapp' juice- j" cold water,'place the asparagus' tips :Mass. Republican one of i .' two-sfory: ( : ; house then
9 UblespooCi gttatlne them'in'replatljsh ea;
4. Hotels and Apartments i ,. . Citizen has been. } advocating for years,'i.and 1 == dried tojnxt '5 tJsfq[
5V Bathing, .PaYilion.r. > this attainment will be of momentous .eJtJfts'1 asli..'. once nuuh! ') : .,Ui' in Springfield._ Died Jan. 16, I o -
_; '' i. r \x f. ..r; ." ).bayatL o fn| If harden.As, soon as the mixture bis 187!. of the sea f.. :and overlooking. ral Parle..1, J- 3 .
\ k ,. .
...Aquarium.. :*,,- % w'lo'mic; benefits to this city. lea Uapooa craUd nlea set.' remove and!"hdd'more of'thegelatine ' 1 !t.For, price andernjs' ::11 ripply" 'r*: 11' :, .T t.t; -901.'J .
%. eM1"Wcrus&-.tIbJI.. sauceml.sltjc I ri" .1 ,| :: otJtt ojeL '" .,
:1'. Airports--Land .and;,fiea. !>I na jn ;Nature has been kind to this ": .of uparsgntlf until the mold is fait t .
? very English '
rn ; In a saucepan C: place the.tomatodwith Serve on crisp: )lettuce witk.may. 1863-Anthony Hope, . :l>f61.J'' PI ARTMAN;? :. . rara
8. Consolidation'of Count ,, wCy 'emerald isle in the southern sea; it is in- all l of the seasonings and the onbaiM. Louis dreading.. novelist, born. Died July 8, 1933. ; s.' I.L N', 830tdT". 1,! jrV, ", -iti-ifa Ii 4V/
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Governments 71f: 'a t If .f' 1a.f1r! ,1 The Citizen Office for .
4r. I : roo cumbent on its people to do their part. --

"God helps them that help themselves," as DEATH OF ELDER 1874-Amy Lowell poet and '. L.
critic, born Brookline. Mass.
Self-appreciation often carries with it Poor Richard was wont to say. KEY WEST IN SMITH COLORED Died there, May 12. 1925. Residence 1309 Whitehead

the tendency to depreciate others. LEARNING FROM THE WHALE DAYS GONE BY (Contributed) Treasury Dept. in annual report .. ..
Just as Elder Smith closed the : figures business
Happenics Here Just 10 Years evening week-day service in the
Americans certainly One
are loyaL
There are many people in Key West Ago Today As Taken From Trinity Presbyterian Church,
out of every five is working for his coun- The Files Of The Citizen Tuesday night he collapsed and -
who laugh at what they call the fool pursuits -
try. never regained consciousness. He
of scientists. They fail to appreciatethe was taken by his minister to the
A few weeks The Citizen Hoodwinked
scientific mind, or the probability that ago Marine Hospital in the ambulanceand be
fact several
printed a story
Intolerance and bigotry, unfortunately died in his home.
discoveries in investigation dis
one may stories, concerning the conditionof toy
is not yet a dead curiosity, but a going close principles of great importance to the roadway leading from the For long years he has been in 'On
I the service of his church and possessed ACCEPDNG'IMITA"DONS
concern. Dade county line to Capt Sable
mankind.For. of a fine bass:: voice he was
in which it was stated that a num-
example, a scientist is now making ber of probable purchasers of I much in demand everywhere.. T. -
In the quest for success just remem- ofethe Having worked in the Navy IN BALTIMORE NU3TMBTIKUMVISCt >
whale. ? Because realty holdings in that section
a study Why -
Yard for many years he was the 100% Port Paint has often teen 51St
ber that there is no substitute for character. the great sea mammal possesses a found it impossible; to drive over I foul l of punctuality and promptness ,but never duplicated. .. .::::..

or service. secret that might be of value to men. i the road. However, the county lIe was never known tp be 100% Pure Paint conforms with =:="..
. : commissioners, anxious to see all Dimitated Laws and is the = -
to late in his own home-made beau paint only paint ==:=
Sometimes, for an hour, the whale goes parts of the county grow and tiful by his own. praiseworthy efforts purity. _.._'
Beautiful girls are more plentifulthan i have provided for $50,000of
under the water, and stays under. What prosper and wa* a prominent'mem- :;
the proposed bond i issue for mantes On the Label- -
intellectual Dnes: ays a grouch, who ',.becomes of the' carbon dioxide which he I .'l Per: and officer in several fraternal r t
$2,650,000. for work on the In- o :. .: ..
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adds that this is ',keeping with the de- ? If the whale has methodof I the Dade orders. ..1AYI .... .. N
generates some graham Highway, from I Funeral services will be held < kjr win BtltuBon sad oM lW (b Dkn &,:

mand... disposing of this poison is it not possiblethat county line to the cape. Repairingof Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.r 6fel ,i d /8S1/1 IALTIMllE.MD"
this road is sure to lead to the t

Millions who never heard of Okla- once discovered, scientists may be vale of thousands of acres in the there will be no one to da the G., C. ROBERTS Coiner Caroline and William Streets
able to reproduce for men the same con- Cape Sable district and as .a result manual labor. But in another
waha, Florida, now know it is a Tillage on dition? of these sales the value of ;, eration the hard working alien

the shore of Lake Weir.-Times-Union. Well, say the doubters, what of it? the property will greatly .increase.To : will, probably have become ye.Tich; ; .II.1i 1.,1.111G.I.l
Adsum. they can offer 'fair pay t ',the { '' .III.6r :
Well, say we, this might save the lives of a sensibilities \.41'.41'.41'.41'.41'
safeguard the of sons of the natives on these jobs.I
number of submarine sailors. It might I Jumbo, the little loggerhead I

Key West, the beautiful southernmostcity spare hundreds of miners and save their turtle in Curry's aquarium the_ Members\ of the Arthur Sstfyer

of America has probably made lives when buried within the mines. It I I following notice has been placed I Post American Legion will hojd another I REDUCED PRICES ON SCREEN WIRE E I

greater strides toward depression recovery just above the tank: "Profane meeting this evening for the
might do more than this. What it mightdo language strictly prohibited. The purpose of perfecting plan*:.pfor

beautification and constructionthan we cannot tell, but the scientist will find turtle objects." Peter Roberts, remodeling the interior of the

any city of its size in the South.- out for us if we give him a chance. caretaker of the aquarium, noticed clubhouse and planting tree* and GALVANIZED BRONZE

that on a number of occasions fhrnbs. Tentative plans have already 24" Wide Yard 21c .
TimesUnion.A : fl, Per : 24" Wide, Per Yard .. 40c
when oaths were uttered in the been formed for banquetto
EXPRESS YOUR. DISAPPROVAL vicinity of the tanks, the turtle be given in the near a future to 26" Wide, Per Yard .. .. .. ... 23c 26" Wide, Per Yard '". 43c 3

Catholic subscriber asks that at- would come to the surface and i legionnaires, ex-service men' and 28" Wide, Per Yard .... ............ 24c 28" Wide, Per Yard . ,. 46c

tention be called to the fact that Mexico's Editors of like The Citi- blow. It was explained that sound their families. ..: 30" Wide, Per Yard ....... ......... 26c 30" Wide, Per Yard. .... ..... 49c
travels under water four times as .
Calles, arch-enemy of the church, went to I --' 32" Wide, Per Yard ........:....... 28c 36" Wide, Per Yard 59c
zen, like to hear from their readers. They rapidly as it does in the air which Gato's factory' will be the,scene -

St. Vincent's:' hospital.ipjLJ'9s i A.o} \el 5lv or dp.',not, contrary to the usual idea, seek accounts for the action of ,the, of >a big event tonight when,inemrfwrs'af 34" Wide, Per YarJ..- .....- 29c 42" Wide. Per Yard ... 70c '

a recent major operatlon.bnJTherfirafe few. complete and unanimous agreement with Vf.. f Asked*. what the turtle< .' ,_ .. .' '
: mean e'I01cV.ij.i "ifor' 'regulaViar&ker.: "'They ." ,, ..ot..... : :O t. :;::
of'ts'of( ',any faith who"""' 50i filfve (not at one their views. The reader of this journal, I KinK, y4ey.sail!! StiC:YI1 t."?$! 'Uiir-liieet1 atfseven'' o'clock W e, .,.... .,I} i "wuaa.tiIet: ' "
111' 89 JH Jt i
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time another in our '
or hvesdnjoyed the who: dissents intelligently, does us a real saytnFd'I' object" I m; a fIoJ ; .
i '0 s, ri [ CLOTHES BASKETS: With" v rr imGW'CRADtELECTRICJ.TABLE 1 .1t
tender care Catholic sisters' .their I lives = }31PUykrxfjsht3rRo! ?f nfq t I'taken : Jl:1S1fJc : .
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: service in writing a letter, stating properly fo4x199! tf j*! j* ts.
Some time an article ne, > Jb .f. ? he A necessity in ereVy"hoine, Very STOVES. Gturanteed alfj\te 1d iI: '
devoted to" 'relief' of !. =Daytona ago apj-j.. ,\ : .q !1. su ? .
< suffering' and, ,temperately ; the reasons which, in his peared in The Citizen regaftlinijthe Casa }{arJn CrQ per,, m'ber1arkI I neat, trimmed la-red: and""green.1 with fuchrome telementtembedded"-: *-.
ne chIiN \ 'sJou".tnal.i : Ualcplm Meach- barracuda< 'aSi'd'yellowiail1; I are' 'also : ., r'4 ... : ,
.J mind make our conclusions wrong. am's,purchase purchase of holdings of' he''\I plentiful. 'Yesterday two !lorgr fin Small . .....................c.,.::..,....... $1.00 In porcelalabrick. *- ; : With JO.' '''3-He4Medium : .r.' ," I l'

No sensible man expects that his Key ,West Realty company. The' tuna were caught. While this .......-.-........................ 135 Iwitch.Large. .

A Washington, D. C., subscriber calls opinions are the opinions of all men. That article was copied word for wordin ;,. specie of fish are frequently ........................................ 1.60 Each ... $2.50
The Citizen's attention to the newly differences of opinion exist is one of the the Real Estate and Tourist caught in these waters this is the

created U. S. Beach Erosion Board, whose good things in life. It would be extremely News and signed by B. C. Apple-I first time it is said. that the long

purpose it is to restore the beaches of the miserable if one did not find diverging gren.. 1-fin variety have been taken. I II

country. Key West's beaches are not conclusions from the conflicting evidence Editorial Comment: It is claim I Wallace in report to senate, "Genuine Masomte Tempered Predswood"WHERE

subject to erosion, due possibly to the upon which mortal man tries to evolve the ed If immigration is restricted I 1 urges monopoly curbs.

coral formation, but other beaches in truth. I --. A HARD SMOOTH FINISH IS REQUIRED; CAN BE USED FOR I



it is reported, the solution by sea water has -- KEY WESTas

eroded the soil to the extent of 200 feet. There has been published the inter- at the close of business December 31, 1934, 1-8" Thickness in sheets of 4'xl2', per -9c I

esting autobiography of H. Rider Hag- Comptroller's Call square feet --.------........--...,.-.

Two columns of real estate offerings gard, the ,English novelist whose vivid )1! and Investments RESOURCESLoans $ 305,639.43'Overdrafts" '. 3-16" Thickness in beetsof4. ', per .

advertised single dealer in the tales have 1 entertained and charmed mil- ... 71.61 .. lie
by a I
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Key West Citizen indicate a definite lions of readers throughout( the world. Banking House, Furniture rS : 1 .7.-;
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and 'Fixtures -___.. .j ; 33082.33 I .
upturn in business conditions there. Be- This autobiography was written several t Bonds ef States and Poa- -, e .r : .',,, SHEETS WILL BE:CUT IN EVEN FEET FROM LENGTH ONLY J

fore FERA moved in there were practicallyno years ago, but Haggard stipulated that it e evasions States' of the..:- United ,. '. .. ..rl" 139,370.68nther.Bonds .. .i.( . .
real estate advertisements because no should. not be published until after his, and Secnrities'rStocfo'f' 74.204.0S. '. -
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one believed there was an opportunity for death, which occurred in 1926. '"/ : the Fede'f'1 )!R.. ['.A ::f .. '' li 1111,\ :, L IF YOU ARE INTERESTED:IN PAINTING YOUR HOME BE SURE. ,.:
serve Bank .-. ........._.L 6,000.00f .
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Even if autho'r of "King Solomon's q', ,
profitable sales. FERA funds The Temporary Federal De- "s USE "ZILO" '

should be withdrawn now-and projects Mines," "She," and forty-odd other stories posit. Insurance fund. 1954.01
United States GonrD-
must be dropped at least temporarily unless reveals a versatile and kindly personalityand ment ,Obligations direct :.

more money is provided by next week recounts his adventures in various and. fully guar- .
anteed _.. $832.744.13Cash ,
-the city would be left in a definitely parts of the world. Perhaps his most strik- and due from Banks 95.168.97 1,327,913.70

stronger position. Few believe, however, ing passage is that in which he says: "I / $1,888,215.79 ... Sonti. Ririda Contracting & EngaeetiNi Ct.

that the government will stop short of its have known many emotions, all of them LIABILITIES .

goal of complete rehabilitation.-Miami I I think, except that of hate." Capital $ 100.000.0.IJ Pkoee 598 Wtite oJ Efea,S4r c toiHr ,

Daily News. Real estate in Key West is That a fine thing it was to be able to Circulation Surplus and Undivided Profits 100,000.01'55.08'1.4't,,_ 4 home is' wwthy>of the_ best ,

moving on the supposition (that the FERA I say that! How many of us have known all Deposits 1,633.28.21.. ,. :

.will .continue to abide with: us. the emotions except hate? 11.888,255.79 '." r i.l .I.I.I' .,..,. .I..I

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STyOPSJSt Today Montana SI whet_n ade& Into tie main streetof
J[...&to tht Jfecioaa. i* ta marryXuth I BentenvlTle.That was catting the' CHURCH. SOUTH !ins *f Castle Hill tars rub.
Laveru. MM Aat\ttr of a --
tccaU&y rancKfr G/('r' ..veralpottpontmtnt Um a bit short perhaps but he did Sit had>> kl. .?.. tL. other day
which .. i* to Cor. Fleming and William Streets Cor. Georgia and Division
for not want to lam the strength oC
IIlaawl. New MaIi. RI4bfUa .lIe up Shuler Peele, Pastor Rev. W. J. Martin Pastor wfc |>. saw Ira,*, from on*
Cklrotia landlt.Tta* faked a cfcal- Sally with too. bard IlL For. supposing .
.acbaol 9:45 Church school at 9:45 to two Inches i. length
at : in
1sa. tty Jack k4Iaodar. i* vrJcr tfnt that he net Lascar sad sar-. Susvday L m. a. gmow.ass

.Montana* U. hl*ajovl i- meovning tht law a tAo 4.Mdtr rued the fight with him he intent William N. Knowles, superintendent with Ed. R.. Curry superinten. CIa tU Lacb J. W. .ha.p.

emerald erem* of from tAo church By tAo governor! immediately.. RAJOREZ-NEBO BOXING CONTEST LOPEZ FUNERAL .1 Morning worship at 11 'clock.
Jlot..'. frwUct, Montana dtcttlet mare I the result of ta* abnormal
'0 antwtr tAt challenge. in cpUs or Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon subject: "Spiritual Pawor
UttB-Bghts barred in Beaton-
were .!. .
. humid: weather
SJU fcUktt to Rid*. < pre.
yUle A message bad been sent to the MONDAY WILL BE HOT TUSSLEBy : H'OMEDEFEATED. 1 Vision.Sermon" subject: "Following A ,Junior EpwomthLeague meets vaOia of I Jat. montkt.TB .

ahexffl wid-was probably: nzsalxs} a e4a had apparently
- Chapter Eight bone at a dead gallop to get bade to Intermediate Epworth League at 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archerin '
when the
tit ,
Into fl
1 get ce
PARTING'TvE tba Iowa la prevoat UU act.. ,( OSCAR PITA) BUSY BEE CREWi meets at 3:30 p. m; Miss Venda. charge. beep rubbed themselves
And that sheriff solemnly. I line Watkins, superintendent Intermediate Epworth League
got the call that van has to with careful words bad When John Nebo, pride of the \ullop'::' like nobody's b sinefla. Young. People's Departmentmeets! )(n. S. J. fainst luty tacka. Tb flock
answer. Rath.' Moatana said. 1r&r.Aed.j Latin nee of Key West, 'climbs 1 Nebo himself can testify to that appeared at lint tifht to b.
Montana that.'a single flash of*gua at 6:30: p. boo Miss Mary Pierce in charge:
She only tared at '1m. Her lips I the 'had the medicine PUT their feed their
land throagh the roped arena at : haYing- sera of DIAMO.NDBALL'CONTEST carrying on
In his band-would be enough to Felton president. Young People's Department
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'were parted a little.. She looked high fcbeol gymnasium neat M*.- &1peid'Amg backs.
him in Jail. I ON AT BAYV1EW PARK Evening worship service at 7:30 meets at,6:30 p. m. Miss Nonas i.
_ _ older: aha seemed to be squinting alt day night to meet Battling Joe some of the men Ramirez .
"A Three.
It was cartons tn a way.that Jack, o'clock. Sermon subject: Yates, president.
bright.Aslant light.The tutor*.as iucar' snoaM have called for ashewdowa.ab& : Ramirez of Key West and Miami have met in and around Miami LAST NIGHT RESULTED IN fold Test" ; Evening worship at 7:30: Internal revenue gained 42 percent

like as not. .Montana tried. to feel I show-down. Be in the main event of the school's are Bud Mullens whom he Mid-week prayer service Wednesday .o'clock. Subject of sermon:; for fiscal year 1934.

sorry' but couldn'tTtlcnird cans there was nothing public(I weekly fight show he will 'be up Koed inure: rounds; Young Hop- FINAL SCORE OF 3 TO I evening at 7:30 o'clock.t"The I Great Power of God. '

LaTery did he ..pea.klu.1u. about the character or the vast of against real opposition. Ramirez, perbright lost a decision then later Senior choir will practice immediately t Prayer and praise service each tion of the birth of Lincoln. Address

said: "This will bo about all my Jack. He loved twlHgtt and twilight I a leather pusher who -can take- won by technical K. 0.; Buddy after the mid-week service. (Wedaesday at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Shuler Peele.

lad.bit You'll My girl forget bas pat about' np Jack with Lascar a good wars like a cat I en the chin and smile,, is! going I Sylvestre lost by decision and The Lopez Funeral Home de. Intermediate choir will practice Young 'people's choir practice.' Friday, 7:30 o'clock choir rehearwl. -

A here and now or else you'd better Tbere was some mystery behind out far a knockout and those who I fought to a draw; Mutt Griffin, feated the Busy!! Bee ten last Thursday at 7 p. m. | each Thursday'at 6130 p. m. .

forget about Ruth. this h&Denge-or was tt that the have seen the former Key West',won by the knockout route in the night in a dinmondball game full 1 Church choir practice each Tri-

memory ol that other defeat that battler in action know that this first round. of pep by a score of 3 to 1. day at 7:10: p. m SAINTi. PETER'S CHURCH

Montana dismounted. The "wild" pnbBc shaming; bad driven: Jack happy go lucky boxer can do it 1 John has been training for the Puring the game Ubieta and CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
.tarted follow him thesteps
mare to up Lascar Into a frenzy at last, until When asked how he felt for his 'last of weeks with his older Kerr pulled a double steal, and (Colored)

but shrank away from theactTa.ngerL death was better than a We la which coming bout Ramirez told the. brother couple and states that he is both runners were called safe by 527 William. Street JA1NT PAUL'S CHURCH Center Street, Between' Pefcromia
Her stood
$ master over
men smiled behind his back? writer frankly that he never "was Ramirez and what he the umpire. Roberts made a won- E. Richard Evans Pastor jt and Olivia
Ruth. A freckled-faced boy ran oat from in better condition. "I fought ready him. John d. rful catch during the game Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Sunday Services! : Sunday Services
'"H.'. speaking for you I sop- a yard and at the aide of Montana: Johnnie once'' before" said the I may have In store for like M. Acevedo flied out to short. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Mass 7. 9:30 andlI ia.. :tn.. Mass, 8 a. m.
?" said Montana. Bat she only i i.hrmed. )knows that Joe has a punch Evensong and Benediction of Benediction
pose Are do It, Montana he the and -
yon grama former Conch iragihst "and I will A. Acevedo flied out ta,.left, and Sermon text: "The eyes of Sofema Evensong
- kept onstaring. One could not say .."Are loa.luna kill him? ; the kick,.of.j:*.mule but,' he } Lord the righteous." I the Most Blessed l Sacrament. 8 p. of the Most Blessed Sac'anietit -
know his good and bad points and thattr. Carbonell ran horne.: K ri''t1trew; are upon :
;whether there was.more pain or fear The-lIherUOI chase you It you pall a keep a steady eye, o nf, 6:30 m.. .
"fcnoek- Christian Endeavor m. 11t. m. .
CarboaeU p.
tei better advantage 1 know whereto tor: the plate and
\ offen.
'la her eyes. gun In this town! Don't feet yourself rifle rig htjand -fight on thle' 7:30 o'clock. Church schooV! 9:30 a. 1ft. Church school, 8 a.,m,
the' worship, ,
and fihrpire Evening
IThn.U'Joe e4
hit Nebo to hurt :" \ | Cates
It appears that I am speaking for chased away froianB,,UoatanawETT: : that eiveis Trtud as he3: possibly5 can. 'hit Sermon text: "Mortal lives adjusted Sermons at 11 ;t a. ra. and 8 p. m. Sermons at 8, a. m. and 7 p. m.
far to ruled Sweeting : "
her." said LaTery. "We know what erybody knows you licked Lascar went so as say John4oes! not intend"to mir It Carbonellrout. Week Day'Sevlees: :Services '
divine "Week-Day .
the plan.
the tout will last three Into double iptay, Carbij1atoPnaand.AJfr ]:: to
not a
once. Everybody knows ain't' over withfcamirez, i ft a can keep I IawaYf and
we owe to yon. but there's a future you up at 7:30 Mass every day at. 7 a. ra. Mass j Tuesday and ,
evening on
asweUasapaMtathink.of.. -r \ afraid! rounds. "If John is still in the &o81..the ,husky p .ncheJ1J 1 ; ] ? hit...a dpbetoIeft Wednesday also on Wednesday' 9 sum.Morning .

"Walt a minute," said Montana. "Things win be an right thanks j ring," he saM "when the third Joe is an in-fighter, which is poi. ,; : :;. o'clock midweek service. and l'evening' prayer 7.a.m.and Sermon on Wednesday -
brother said the Kid round is finished he win *wrn bya I Many good plays were recorded Litany .
You can only talk: for yourself. Bay son for the scientific fighter I daily at 6:45 a. m. and 1:30 p. w.
something. Ruth!" The boy panting, drew off to the decision but I know myself and will during the game which proved to FIRST METHODIST CHURCH at 4:30p. at 730 p. m.
The winner of this contest : Confessions: Saturdays! Alter the Wednesday .
*1 can't." she answered. "If I try side shaking his head; and then set- ![chances are that I may lose my be an interesting exhibition Confessions:
te fight
to talk-ill only be weeping." Ued down Into a steady dog-trot to temper before then." be given an opportunity Pete'Neba'a all-I throughout. Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts. ra. evening service

"People cry about things that are get to the appointed place of the A strong Jackson fan while the semi-final on Monday,.; Score by innings: Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor
star card t. be staged DAY ADVENTIST
gone 1iD hed. Am I finished as far meeting. listening to the conversation be.twen 18. This card will beheaded R.H.E. Church Sunday school opens at CATHOLIC CHURCH SEVENTH

as .you're concerned- ?" the writer and the borer Febernary who will, Lopez __ 012 000 000-3 4 3 9:45 a. m., under leadership of CHURCH

She thook her head. THEN'Montana saw HI "Bailey's asked Joe if he'really meant that by Pete himself Busy Bee 000 000 010-1 9 5 Gerald Saunders general superintendent St. Mary's Star of the Sea

**I gave you a promiseabout the In the distance he could put John away and the meet the great Jimmy Wade in a. Batteries: C. Limn A. Lunn Each department meetsin Rev. Wm. Reagan S. J., (Colored)

i riding of the mare and then I broke thin blue wlspa of smoke leaking out fighter replied that he would Hke ten-round headliner. Kerr and Cates; C. Gates and M. its own assembly room. in charge Corner Duval and Eaton Streets

It. Does that make you feel that yon through the big. open doors of the to be as sure of having a million Zarate, who was billed to scrap: Acevedo. Worship services at 11 a. m. Order of services for this Southard Street Between Thomas

can never trust me?" place No horses were tethered in Nebi j Pelican in a return bout OB the Errors A. Acevedo church: and Emma StreetsH.
dollars as he Is of knocking Summary: : and at 7:30 p. m. The sermon
"Do yoa trust yourself she front' of It. waiting their turn to be for a row of ash cans. i N o-Ramirez card, is complaining 2, Hale 2, Albury_ Pena, Gonzalez topics will be as follows: A. M., Sunday morning Masses will be Gary Leader

asked. shod.Instead the string was hitched. This same Jackson fan said ttj of a sore hand and may not ; three base bit: C. Gates!; "We Preach Christ Crucified"; said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. G. Williams Missionary Leader

This. He struck him to very bard apparently. her on Well the near If ballets side of were the fly. horseflesh Joe .'W ell. boy I win be at the be able to fight. However, in the ,two base hits: Alb ry, Higgs! A. P.. )[.?: "Seeing Jesus In Us." ;I I I Week-day Mass' at 7 o'clock. Sabbath School (Saturday), 10
began reason on
the bodiesof ringside Monday night and if you I event that this bout cannot or will: Lunn; stolen bases: Ubieta 2.I Ii Young Peoples' meeting at 6-30 Evening service at 730 o'clock, o'clock
sideIt's our wedding day-and I Is as penetrable as i
I in
will not through Baby Face Rojas; Kerr 2 struck out by Gates I Collins Sundays and ,Fridays.THE Church services 11
ride off-HI always be riding oIL Is men but the Kid knew' himself can K. 0. Nebo I give you a go, .'i ; : i o'clock. Miss Vanessa
that what you feel?" v and he knew Jack Lascar. There $10.00 spot" Ramirez eyed the who made a big hit by his sensational (Baker), by A. Lunn 2 (Bethel, president. the morning.Y. .

She was silent. would be no wild shots IE.this fight! bill and murmured. "Friend you knockout victory over the Roberts) ; bases on balls: off Midweek prayer and praise SALVATION ARMY : P. )f. V. S. meeting 5:30

"I knew" concluded Montana. "I No wonder the rest of the town nay as well let me have the dough great Dake Warren three weeks, Gate 5. off A. Lunn 4; hits: off C. service on Wednesday evening at roe-- o'clock "p. m.

can see It. What's left In yon Is had seemed deserted. AH the life of right now for that's as good as ago, will be thrown in to scrap. Lunn 5 in 3 innings (two batters 7:30 p. m. Captain Vernon W Walker,' Officer Prayer meeting every Wednesday -

mostly fear.* It was concentrated here. The windows mine." against! Kid Tarzan. This bout will on base in fourth); earned runs:: Choir rehearsal on Friday evening in Charge night at 7:30 p. m.

"I want to be braver and bigger" the doorways, were filled and The writer, 'while never having be more appreciated by the fansas Lopez 1, Busy Bee 1; double plays: at 7:45 p. m. Miss Mary E. 1002 Fleming Street .......................-

laid the girl "but I can't help it people stood at the corners of the seen Ramirez in action, is of the neither one knows! any science'. Hale to A. Lunn. Ubieta to Hale I Grillion erganist; Gerald! Saunders Company meeting (Suadayichool :

Why are you this way?" houses. A dull murmur rose swelled opinion that Joe can whip John of boxing'... and both are hard hitters. to A. Lnnn. Carbonell to Penn; choir director. ), 9:30 a. m. .CLASSEDCOLUMN

"Because the deyfl got Into me between Into many.throated voice. The and has the power' to pat him time, of game: 1:30: ; umpires! : Holiness meeting 11 a. m. ,

breaths suppose," said Mon womeR.and chlldrea gave the shrill .,v.ay.iB a' short"tim "If VeoR"- A pair of farse rodfcd bouts will I Saunders at the plate Gonzalez at Y. P. L. meeting 6:15 p. m. I ,
tana. "You won't belle,. how to the sound. for Monday second. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
myheart's fleets in the right place. Je. is complete the program first and Lopez at Salvation meeting, 7:45 .. m.
aching for yon now. You The Kin looked down mew that night. ,
young, full of pep and packs a I .............
seem to me everything that' right he was white with dost. He bad 1- Eaton Street,. Between Duval and ...........

and beautlfol If I go: away the best staffed the trousers Into the tops of TENNIS TOURNEY I Simonton Streets MIXED BIBLE CLASS LOST

half of the 'world will be behind mat his boots and dust was thick In the TEAM" James S. Day, Pastor

But I can't stay and be the happycat fold beneath the knee. SPORT SHORTSBy KEYVFST, \ UNDER WAY! Bible School at 9:45 a. n. Sam B. Finder azuiW.. P. Monfi- BULOVA WRIST WATCH daring

j by the fire. Ruth, rm goluaway..No Then he saw a slender figure walk .NOW 1 Morning worship at 11 o'clock. dna Teachers Woman's Club Cabaret at Coral''

matter what happens slowly out from under an awning DOWNS VISITORSBASKETBALL i The pastor's subject will be: This class meets every Sunday Isle Casino Please return to

today there's no coming back for and step Into the street with feet ( OSCAR PITA) J. "Dumping Things On God." morning at the Hands School auditorium 746 Windier
roe" that lifted high as though this man Pete Nebo. the nationally known In the FERA tenth tournament The Baptist Training Union at 10 o'clock. Mea asWI feb93txII1SCEU.ANEOUS

He took her enddeniy In his arms did not wish to kick the dust op over lightweight battler will be seen which started on Wednesday, Jee I I meets at 6:30: o'clock. women not connected with any Lane,.receive reward.

The tears began ta run down her the polish of his boots. in action in a local ring on February GAME LAST Pinder won the first set, 9.7, with Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. other Bible Claaa and regardless
face but she said. gently: "I'm That was Jack Lascar. His bright
Tery 18. Pete's opponent will be winning the second will "If I of denonmiations are invited to
Ellis England The speak on:
IN pastor
not pitying myself. It's for you! I i Mexican jacket flashed dazzling In .EVENING RESULTED
who has
the great Jimmy Wade set. 6-3. The third set was Were Twenty-One Again. This attend.
think God pities you too-and lovesyou. the sun. I I CASU PAID for used furniture.
proved to be a dangerous menace OF 18 TO 17 account of darkness. solo by
." "Ill put&: red spot on that Jacket," SCORE called off en service will feature a 1013 Southard street
said Montana softly. among the leading lightweights of ]I A. Johnson FERA artist, .will J George' White, tenor soloist for CHURCH OP GOD Janl7-lmox

lifted her face and he kissed lie dismounted.The mare followed the world. play Albert Wiggins this after- -

SUE him. shying a bit from side to side j Pete was offered a nice purseto Without a doubt the closest noon. CHRISTIAN SINCE SOCIETY 1106 Olivia Street BICYCLES
and as she kept seeing fresh crowds of the i Double tournaments are also Morning service at 11 Vdock.
Then he turned to LaTery meet Wade in Palm Beach but of basketball played at
a book bands. "I was hating you a humans en either side of the street. I begia played and are sponsored 1 Sunday school, 131p.: TB.
turned it down to keep his promise High School gymnasium this sea- 327 Elizabeth Street WE RENT the Hour Day or
Lascar In center of by ,
minute ago-but you're right" be stood the exact of by the Recreation: Department I.1 Sunday night service, 7:11
to some of his Key We.t |; large I Sunday school: 5:30) a. m. Week. all makes and
said. the treet.. with his bands on Ms hips. son was witnessed by a the FERA, under the direction of o'clock. Repair
If be had more light en the face he friends, who want to see the local i Sunday morning perviee at 11 them with No-Enamel. We
"There'll be another chance for crowd of fans last night when Key I Peter Varela.Today's. Evangelistic service, Wedneay.7:15p.m. paint '
would his shot for the bead. Well, 'sensation of 1932 in action. 1 c'clock. full supply of parts.AfemVfor .
me te show you that I'll never forget try West defeated Ponee de Leon bya .. carry: a
you" said LaTery. "If you'll still he might to for the bead anyway. At the end of the ........................'' Subject ef lesson: "Spirit.1"Wednesday Prayer and 'praise service" ,' rr> ' theRoIlfsit'c7desciud.zdlllthem': .
The bright buckle of the hat-belt Florida ERA Administrator Julius mere point. 1 evening service at as'low.w' ',$1.00
listen, to me. I'll still beg 1012-- : T.a.cb is'Jaelft.lmg. / ,
day 7.i30 m,
HeJchecked: hinuet Ills unspoken would be a neat target'-neat and F. Stone Jr.. will be a special game: the score stood 18 to. 17, ,Birthdays 8 o'clock. 'po f pig' week. J..L stOw' Marie

wtVds fined! a. beating moment of sl- small.And the rather,bad chances of guest at the fight. An invitation This off .night for the ........... ..... .... Reading room In Society build- ,; J' i t .,.Company.. ., T..'. Janl8-lmo.

,3eBei! and then Montana was walk. Jack Lascar would be evened a little. asking the administrator to be! local boys as it was-evident that 1 .: Ade of Indiana. 'mimorot. tug open Tuesdays and Fridays- tAai..... _:' a''IL. 'r '

Jut Jauntily down the steps and war Some one yelled: Hurry ,It apt present:! on' this night will be tfoth offensive George fro@ 3 ,to,5 o'clock.PENTECOSTAL 9dTharsaays ,.f'f' FOK/JALE',' I
stronger J had 9 Services Sundays ToesoSys 4.i
they were' Kentland ,
Hurry It up! The sheriff's comln" born at. !
a .Jog 9a hIs long hand.eteryone., be'called.JJtIrwads bell bent:'" extended, to the executive.: and' 'defenaivtanthAir.dP' ,; rears: '.:ago.: it's. , .>I, MISSION 1 ,,. conducted (P7-,..Rev, .R'ALECHAP..1930Ickautomobile.. 11 ,,1... ,*. \, ..,,'
as he sat the saddle. Then out of the distance Montana, N bo has! quite a few Philadelphian ponents and should i ve'ii' k the: .--- Charles E." Latol '1205 Division .'

jK&eord Ruth crying: 'But h!'U be could hear the small .beating.. ofhoots. friends and they all seem to visitors by a far greater"margin: 'Ex.U. S. Senator George H.Moses 909 Olivia Street i Sunday school, 9:30 a.' *n. street Apply feb -3txTT

*IIJ d! Father,he's going to be- Jack Lascar bad tamed sidewise be wintering in Key West at the Little was dene by either tears of New Hampshire, born at Wm. Skondeen Pastor '' BETHEL A. M. E- CHURCHCo1ered

The sudden beating of the hoots I lie was not tool enough to offer the present time. They probably will in the first which ended Lubec, Maine GG years ago. Sunday morning worship 11 PJCW KITING PAPER00
of the red mare drowned out that! witness the fracas Feb William C.
want to Evangelist
o'clock. sheet. "f5c.. The Artman Press.L .
fall breadth of his body to ,
an ( )
complaint As be came to the tarn of enemy.lie 18.Jimmy. 4 to 3 in favor of the Conchs. Key of CaGl. will' ,
'the road he felt an InvIsible hand forgot that thin! turn brought the ruary West and the visitors worked' hardin Ronald Colman actor born in Morton the Portola Corner Division and Thomas Sts. aug7
therefore buckle of the hat-belt Into fuller 44 bring message. 1. "R. Richardson PastorSunday '
and England ago :
shoulder years
'tugging at flew. Wade with the inspiration the second quarter of the Sunday school for an. 3:30 p. fDE0GRA1'Br 600
and school 330: a. n. )
he turned Into the saddle : .
_ _ \iroda out of view with his bat waTlngOTer They were twenty paces apart. of making good and become game, ending with the Coral m. Preaching 11 a. m. J sheets. $L2S. The Artmaa
headliner in the bigger game Gable at the tail-end of the Fred F. Shedd, Philadelphia service
Jaekluked evangelistic
"How does this salt yon. b : cagers Sunday night Press Cititen
his he&.:!. Junior' A. C. E League meets ,
;: Montana. is coming down to try his luck score 10-4. newspaper editor, born at New I 7:15 o'clock. Evangelist Morton Bnflding.jon27tf
Now he let the red mare race to at 5.Z0 ra.
get through the pass between the Lascar's whole body Jerked with against the veteran Neb). I Ponce de Leon made a brilliant Boston, N. H., 64 years ago. I will preach on "S. 0..S. Give Senior p.A. C. l!:. League meets;i

towards far-off Ben- the violence of his words He barked comeback in the last quarter of .Your Position." I mPLOYMENT WANTED
jhllls, pointing at 6:15 ra.
; his curses like a dog. Any distance Wade's record will be pnbli'h- shifted into and built p.
}jtonvllle. After that be felt that he play, gear Dr. William IL Allen of New Evening service 8 p.w.
:lad slipped the hand of the past from salted him. Ten paces would be bet. ed some time before the fight His up a 17.16 lead about two minutes York civic worker born at LeRoy I METHODIST EPISCOPAL Weekly Services TYPIST-Yemng man desires

\jbls shoulder He began to laugh like ter.The Kid smiled and walked manager wilf submit this as soon before the end of the game. It Mirm., 61 years age. CHURCH. SOUTH Tuesday 7:30 p. m... Class.. part or full time employment

,la child. He had not realized how be as possible. would have been a sad story for Friday, 7:30 p. xo, choir rehearsaL 613 Margaret street
pad dreaded double harness onto he straight on. the Conchs' had not Ed Woodson EL SALVADOR" febS111.1JUt8bSALESMEN.

'was started on the empty trail (COpyr; .u. 1131.: Harper. ... A Brot* r.J Baby Faee- Ray Curry of the made the victory ringer just before Mrs. Pat Campbell former English Corner GrinneH and VirginiaStreets
actress born 70
twin! wh recreation department should do the final whistle blew. years, ago. .WANTED
Montana 111IMIftJ' M. E. CHOKCH
_ _ It was ten-twenty by his watch I ate U a frltnd. Nesday.UNLIMITED something about diamondball' bc* :J ;All in all. the game gave the (Services in Spanish) NEWMAN
ing played on Monday ignts tsUtl: a thrilling fight from start Sir Charles Sdnday school, :10 a m I NATIONALLY KNOWN KANU.PACTUEEE .'
--- 1 English aviator born 38 years (Colored)
The school is op against a teugh. to finish and maintained their i Preaching .8 p. m.ot1aen' of garage tools.baa
: STATIC proposition when they have to'I I record of having licked every ago. Club meets Monday I t OOUBLEHEADERHERESDNDAY } .A- Moreno Beeordin
buck up against the ball games.''!. : team playing here this sea .**.*..o..e 8 p. m.Bible. Mrs. ..1[.X Jleveno. Secretary must be well recommended
NEW YORK So much static There's the boys trying to buildup son.'Lineup. study .and prayer service, have ear and cash for sample

electricity accumulates in one ,of the fight game which is shot.!:.; of the teams: Today In History Wednesday, 8 p. m."LA Sunday: .school service 930a.11 ... m.m. equipment deposit Personal
and the FERA'offersln: turn such Ponce de Leon-Troup, f; Anderson Sunday training given at company
I this city's skyscrapers that a neon ; .......ooooo.. *.. *C S I Evening worship 7 o'clock.
tough opposition as diamondball. f; Lignrori c; Bagwell g; TRINIDAD"Revs. fTy*"**. Literal]

,:lamp can be lighted by applying I The promoters of fights would Cow g; subs Richards and Walker. I 1799-Historic fight ,between L. Oser and )Montero protected territory full crediton

SLUGGERS WILL MEET ACE-i I II I wires connecting it to a door i gladly hold its boxing shows on U S. frigate Constellation and Pastors TRINITY rusan-UIAII taail orders. Write 'TRUTH

VEDO STARS AND LA Jknofc. I Thursdays but they cannot have Key West-Smith. f; Woodson. French Insurgent. Dnval and ,Angela Streets CHURCH TOOL CX.Mnkato KiniL. for

i _____ the gym on that day. Your attention f; Rosam c; Anderson g; Car Sunday school 3 p. m. complete Jafermation. .
TROPICALS ;; on this matter will be greatly bonell. g; sub, J. V. Woodson. < 1870-Congress authorized. SecI In Spanish, Friday. at t (Colored) fab94ti
I ;; ... On the firing line will be TIB I retary of War to establish Weather Service 717 S5ss..*o' :Stwe

| Casa for the Stars and Bethel for appreciated, Mr. Curry I, DIGS GRAVE LONG AGO Bureau. -Op.m. 1. Re*. Alfred. DesUrritt,, Vasts* : -'- J AMm LOTEZFUXERAL ,
The first game will sure. tt'-cIeek.
The Sluggers" will Sluggers. Morning HOME
a double.' called at 1:30 p. m. f 1893 Scandal in France over SEVENTH DAY ADVENT1STS {"When Our. Hearts: : Fail' Oa." : _
header at the Navy Field towior- 'second the Srag- COLD TEETH FOR DOG ARKANSAS CITY, Kans.I .- 3:18o'.tl ",1eral iM1i.J '1 'Y..s.
the fame
In their financing of the buiWing of Afternoon 'I
row Afternoon, In the first game,ltlle irill play the La Tropicals. I Thirty yean ago Walter Husen.a 1017-Fleming'Street service Eld.rJoha: ....' Eayv'.si1seIint. '

the / will play the Acevedo Stars. will pitcli this game for the PARIS-Three teeth of A pet fanner living near this city; ; dug Panama Ganat1934Pzeeidsst R..T.'Sawyer; Teacher I. Evenfat. 1-3:* .'dock, -a. ...M.. AsalraU teies' .

Tbe' men behind-the plate ia L : and Salinero for the dog owned by Mkne. Marie ZaDois J himself a' grave and lined it with --Roosevelt can- Bible atody Fridcy, 7t30' p. nt :Tlinlin > PSME.Tuesday .-' ......... I-kn L.-

theyse games will be Rodriguez: far: boys Joe Navarro will be be- | of this city have been filled with' r concrete. A few days ago he committed lJed.A11, air mail contracts. ]l Sabbath .evI0S.1o:30 a. m. / '730 o'clock:; ,c w...: ....... .. ....

th4 Stars .and Cates for the the ]Igold. ,. ? :' ... . ..., suicide.. ."..J "' .:f. ',' : .... ".: .
plate " '::', .;; .i& f:.\:; : :. ; .t" ..' :.::: ,: .. ;,i 0 t '

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_ -" - : ,. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1935.

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PERSONAL MENTION 1936 budget for $8,520,413,609.PALACE .
x: : SOCIETY : -: Notice To Subscribers NOW MADE VISIBLE

IN KEY WEST ........................ TAKE ,UP MATTER -
C (Br Associated PrewO [
Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin Roma. Pleat* b. prompt I. paying 1
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar
TAXES earrUr
BULLETIN CIRCULATED guera left on the Steamship Cuba OF LICENSE o you rP Feb. 9.-New museums here show Anna May Wong-Friti i Kortner

'PHONE 752-J TO yesterday to spend a short vacation -, per. H. pay Tk. Citic, the island's history from siceletons I -in-

................................................. ACQUAINT PEOPLE WITH in Havana. IS cent A week tor th. pa. of dinosauria and other prehistoric -I CHU CHIN CHOW
CLAIMED THAT STATE IS LOS- pep and sri. It to you for 20 denizens down through jewelry Comedy and Short Reel]

Cabaret DIFFERENT DISEASES Dr. J. A. Phillips, presiding cents. His profit for d.I:.... arms, palankeens and other relics I Matiaee* 10-15; NEt! : ; 15-25
ShowStagedLast elder of the Latin district of the : INC MUCH REVENUE'BEI lag i i. 5 cents weekly en ouch of vanished royalty to the present: I, .

Methodist church, arrived yester-.; : bscriber. If h. {i. not paid colonial

Evening Brilliant Event There are:no epidemics w\\ KeN day fpr.a few days'".visit jt I joyer the Cuban work being conducted t t'I '
West OF LAWS i 1
as some visitors havecon NOT ALARMED BY FIRE Over-Sea Hotel
-- .by .El, Salvadorclur. k.1 4' ' ***' ..IIIIIj' 1
eluded because of the health bulletins i SAFFER) I
Mrs. Lillian Connally and the Brown swung back and forth in I Ian !i" .(By *t4t. IV OAKLAND Calif. Aroused
Key West Woman's Club are to. illuminated swing and being'elrculated '"here j I Miss Ceei i :.O'Brien, of'Miaai i, j f.i fcy MEMORIAL j\ from i A' nap by* firemen who told ROOM. running water __ $1.00

be congratulated on the perfectly sang; through the social departmentof arrived yesterday ,f?r.8ta. of : I? BECOMES RUINED her that her house was on fire', ROOM, with bath _.. 1.50
beautifully done Cabaret Show Joseph Lopez. A' welldonescene Florida ERA. it was pointed ..out peveral days, with' friefeavMrs. S R,<(TallanasM* l'4ws Sef'ficZ{ r Mrs. Nettle Nelsor, of this city,'I WEEKLY RATES

held last night at Coral Isle Ca- with a good chorus of boys I Ia today. I ' ; ,jlTALLAHASSEE, Feb.-s !&- (By Auselated i'res.) advised them to put it out and Newly Renovated

sino. Congratulations are also due a and girls the former in uniform. The health bulletins are circulated -. :.iFogirly, wife of Dr. .J. N. legislators who have; scouted jthe. J MALO-LES-BA1NS, France, dropped off to sleep again. New Equipment

the members of the cast, for they J Several dance-teams appearing each week, and are design i'Fogarty of Daytona. Beach arriv.. highways and byways of tax collection -' Feb. 9.-A mass of ruins is all New Management
went through their paces in a I last night were worthy of complimentary ed only to acquaint local ed yesterday for a visit with relatives I CARD Of THANKSWe
persons l with idea to
truly commendable and praiseworthy mention. Curry Har.. with and friends, accompanied by an remedying that remains of France's memorial! NO CLEANER HOTEL.ANYWHERE
common diseases and their
Mrs. Walter or improving existing conditionsin to Georges wish to take this means of,
manner. I ris and Mrs. Lillian Goehring pre preventives. Printed in both Spanish Curry. I Guynemer, wartime extending our sincere appreciation' .

The prevailing consensus of seQted a colorful and moving and English the bulletins are i the 1935 session of the Florida ace, conqueror of 53 German to our many friends for their kind i

opinion seems to favor the "Win- dance number, and Miss Marjorie distributed through school chil Mrs. Sam J. Wolf was an arr'ival i legislature have singled out planes. nesses during the recent illness -

ter Wond rland" number as being Frow and Gerald Pinder. with L dren. yesterday from St. Augustinefor the matter, of occupational'license: Dedicated only four months and death of our beloved one, I

the outstanding feature of the I their "Continental" and "Rhum- All doctors in the city are co-: a visit with relatives. ,t taxes as one point of attack. ago, the plaster monument soon Patrici.Medino. Especially do we '

program, and indeed it was'a love- ba" were excellent. writing the bulletins, A number of senators and .representatives began to crumble. The aviator thank the donors of the beautiful I

ly thing, with a snow man, aj I "The Merry Widow," sung by which deal with virtually every Attorney Raymond Lord who have studied the statue was removed just in time floral offerings and those who A Brilliant Displayof

young, lively chorus with muffs,J] Ml E. Berkowitz in pleasing common disease. One bulletin each was on a short business trip to present situation thoroughly, and to save it from smashing when the gave; the use of their cars.

the beautiful Miss Mary Eleanor j,i voice and danced by a group week is written, and they will con-i Tavernier, returned yesterday. declare that not only 'the state rest of the memorial collapsed. feb9-ltx TilE FAMILY. New SilksWe
Boyd, who looks like nothing oth-I. of graceful, well-dressed waltz- tinue to be designed throughoutthe and her counties but municipalities -

er than an exquisite painting, and ers, was an interesting number, entire year. Ike Wolkowsky came in yester.i as well, are being deprived of quired to do so bought a license.On BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING' bring the foremost

Warren Hill, a personable young I quite creditably done. day morning and after a short revenue because'of lack of ade- its completion, it is rumored WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. among the you new Malhnson's

man. The skaters in this presentation ( "St. Louis Blues," sung by Mrs.' stay with relatives and friends,I quate enforcement of present license that the report will show that PHONE 152M. dec20 Silks in all of the predominat.

Miss Julia' Jones and Curtis : Will Norman and danced by the' FIVE COME INABOARD returned in the afternoon to MivIf f laws. many hundreds of persons who ing colors for Spring at prices

Stanton. were especially good chorus,',was modern, lowdownand a rm. ....LJ "j ".o "'- .iI U 55N ". I )|ro remedyJUiia.. .ljfgjslators. should have paid occupational tthet'-'will suit the- most conS I
M is. Tccker's beautiful voice I ha-cha-cha im.the, very best PLANE .' consiring'a.:: ptq g'1vePtroS license 'taxes have neither dorM.., fD' lEi s rvative budget. Jf,,tyaHiarariot
-- ; pr JSj! ujtr \
was heard in several numbers, cabaret ru' rn...... so for the last or for .I familiar! !with our jSi&Vn*
manner, ranch appreciated i lAft r"An l lwwce, "fle m.'i.r : year man, .;Tonight from I
arid l her performance<<: was uniformly and .very'-well received by an enthusiastic .. ,we k.1''Yllt IH tIl \\4tL Jtoipsp! '.JAc : nt state years before. \If\ i\.t: I Piece Goods) Department: we
I { : | ;invitq. to call and look. !
RAUtffS 'CLUB : ; you ,r, .
'Splendid. particularly the au ienc. 'I tn ,, jterdafr"1.1'; be seat- Results of the survey will J b& 1 : \ i around. -

rendition of "The Kiss" in com t The. Movie Revue' offered im- Names of five passengers are &1.. ----o-pu' 1'U ,;v_ t ove7 lK lta'te.:to bring into turned over to senators and representatives ; ;Bob Pi.der.taDJ Hi.Qrc\eI'i ' ''I, I
pany"*.W.AYery Joho.on> Tuktf( ip. ,erwa Lw j oaalftus'Hollywood shown on the list of..arrivals! by I I Moorercpresentinj I 1't..amp (one ijsitEjy'gasIjegistersii about, the middle qf' CenU'$1.00' Plu.iT.x h!.' DRESSES. I II

during the""Rock'and R f1w pieci'<< 1 11tlbe [screiflislars''anq['radio 'pers'onalitU plane from Miami this morning.I.'o f !IheqUrge.I glt
, i.n" t tU y A"ity| (qu striking refsettbWAees They are: Jane Woolfit, Roland yesterday accompanied;by, J) \\ause of lack fliertcs1w en- At that time the i are Sizes new-Clever'Misses T S' ant I
for Junior* and
Hazard Jessie :: ,
aft*.wore a?great variety of'marine .' : Hazard, Roy Hamin his mother ,to spend the afternoon orcements. legislative committee of the Flor- Women.

headgear.We 'I I I A nice tribute was paid to Julius and Arthur Follmer. as guests of Mr. and Mrs. '' The legislators declare that the ida Advisory and Planning Board THEATER

have a fine tap-dancer ini I I, Stone, Jr., in the form of a Bookings for the return trip this Charles II. Ketchum.Dr. comptroller is at a disadvantage also will take the report under I Loretta Young-John Boles WE ARE NOW SHOWING
town in the person of Miss Theresa -! special song sung by Mrs. Veckeri afternoon indicate that seven pas- because'-of lack of sufficient personnel consideration to study it with an -in- 1 A large line of new Underwear.

Sullivan. Her twinkling feet i with the audience later joining in, sengers will make the trip.Today's . Wilmon Newell, plant commissioner to guarantee the selling of idea to coordinating effort toward I Every wanted item can be
found in this
tap off the notes in a manner calculated !j j I this song especially composed for ........................ of Florida who was a, state and county occupational enactment of proper improving I Matinee Balcony, hOc Orchestra department.
to stir even us few people !i i,the occasion by Miss Marie Thomp here for a brief visit left yesterday l license to every person requiredby legislation.The ; MONDAY SPECIALS
who have an ingrained dislike for Horoscope afternoon for Gainesville.E. law to have one. survey is including in its I I 15-20; Night 15-2Se Plaid Silk Check Silk. Mon.

tap dancing. Ye, indeed. Miss son.Dr.. William R. Warren officiated .....................a* They point out that increased reports data on the collection of day, all at 69 C
Sullivan can dance, and furthermore as a genial: master of ceremonies -I. II. Gato left yesterday afternoon revenue, estimated by some to ben various other taxes, all of which per yard __...... .
dance well. Her perform announcicng: each number You will have a patient, plod for Miami where he will I i the nieghborhood. of several will be made available to mem VALENTINE DINNER Silk for Slips in all shades,

ance last night was worthy of individually and introducing the disposition wise in a simple be joined by Mrs. Gato and return hundred dollars, will go far beyond bers of the legislature as soon as something new, Mon. 39

more comment than space permits. I stars of the evening. 'I way and moderately fortunate inlife's early next week I the comparatively .small expense possible, officials said. DANGEo day, per yard .........?. C
Miss Florence Sawyer's Peasant The Cabaret Show itself was work. Success will be obtained required to pay sufficient Silk Pique in all colors, 48

Dance was more than well executed I more than well-attended. The Casino 'I through patient application Paul Herrick of the Western I Inspectors to. enforce the law per yard ..........._..._ C
and a long life is indicated. Union forces in -o-- Silk Seersucker in dark
; and definitely one of the was absolutely packed. andit Telegraph Key j I throughout Florida. 59c
highlights of the show. The only I 1 would have been impossible to West, left yesterday afternoon for : Forces under the supervision of 14 shades, per yard .._

fault that could possibly be found I accomodate more people without I Dance Tonight At a business!!! visit in Jacksonville.. State Auditor Bryan Willis now -THESTOREOFFASfflON-

with it was its brevity. We could having: enlarged the casino. I Raul's Clab are nearing completion of a survey -0-

have done with several encores, Again. congratulations to !Mrs.\ A. D. Shuldt. of the interstate to determine just how much Dlaner 7-8

for it was delightful and enjoy Connally and the Key West Wom Bob Pinder and his orchestra commerce commission, who with j noney. should,have been paid into Dancing 9.12
an's Club for the handling: of a Mrs. Shuldt, was visiting Mr. and the state and the counties in occupational Cit Ladies' StoreI.
able.The will play for the regular Saturday Leading
"Flirtation Walk" number t very gorgeous and very success night dance at Raul's Club on Mrs. Grover C. Albury, left yesterday license taxes for re- PANOPTIK' BIFOCALS CASA MARINA APPELROUTH
was a nice thing. Mrs. Arthur 1 ful show.. for his home in ChicagoMrs. / :ent years, had every person re-
Roosevelt Boulevard tonight. $2.00 PER.PERSON
Shuldt is remaining for a No ,stumbling! No jumps! '- _
-- Large crowds have been attend I' ., .
of several weeks. .
ing these weekly dances at this stay :. .. KEY:'WEST"COLNtAL The correct positioning of its ,
Malones Entertain With Dinner popular club. --; optical center makes Panoptikan '
Music starts at 10 E. S. '
Hannigan, representing (
I o'clock. easy bifocal for patients to
For Admiral Fenner And Party l large flour ,company, left yester;' "get used to." Jump of imageas
day for Miami after a short 'visit the D.ARONOVITZ
the Center
of Business
. vision passes from the distance HOLTSBERC'SShowing $
Admiral Fenner And '
-- i in Key West, with his friends. and Theater Distrct'First portion into the segmentis
Mayor and :Mrs. William II.I I It was a gay and brilliant com EntertainedJudge DEPARTMENT STORE
'I Party eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs
Malone last night honored Admiral i pany, consisting of Admiral Edward -: Mrs. Manuel Perez left yester- Cla.-Fireprool-
complete line of
Fenner and his party with'I B. Fenner. U. S. N., Mrs. day afternoon for Miami for a I and and steps appear in their true NEW SILKS consisting ofMaUiasoD' Key Wett'. Only Complete
Jefferson Browne Sensible Rate normal positions:
a formal) dinner at their home on I Fenner, Lieutenant Commander entertained visit with relatives. Department Store
Division street. Kendal B. Bragg, U. S. N.. Lieutenant at a luncheon party today DR. J. A. VALDES Printed Chiffon
at his home in the Air Station WHITE SHOES for the
The dinner, in the traditional and Mrs. W. B. Jackson, F. E. Williamson, president ofthe DupUn Printed Crepe and '
Hale Mr. honoring Admiral Edward B. Fen- New York Central Railroad. Orthogoa Soft-Lit Licence Sport SilksChopak entire family just arrived.
:Malone manner, was beautifully Major General Harry C. Carafe Elevator
appointed. Long pale pink candles and Mrs. Julius F. Stone, Jr., ner.Present who was the guest of Walter P.' Popular Price, 532 Dual Street Famous Silk Seer See window for largest
the luncheon '
with airy' chiffon bow rose Judge: Jefferson B. Browne, Mr. at were Murphy on the Yacht Intrepid, 1 sucker display of White Shoes

from a large centerpiece made up and MVs.' Julian Langner and Mrs. tenant Admiral Commander and Mrs. Fenner.Kendal Lieul B.I l left yesterday afternoon for New H .,... --'--, Featherweight Stripe. Sport ever shown under one

of President Taft roses and buds I Mary Lou Knowles. Bragg. Mayor and Mrs. William York. Silk. roof. Linen Shoes, Tree

in pastel shades, candy-tuft indelicate I At the termination of the din. II. Malone Mrs. Robert T. Men- r Mrs. E. E. S. Alderson and New Trevett and Peplera Bark Shoes (a new White
purple, and ferns. An ner party, Mayor and :Mrs. Malone '
ner and Miss Meredith Allison.!! daughter Miss Asa. who were the "S I Crepes'r15. Fabric) Suedes and hundreds
overhead hang of lace ferns fur- accompanied by their guests,
guests? of Mr. and Mrs. William liirri1 The Never-Tiring famous Chula Printed of new materialsand
nished a further tasteful and attended the Cabaret Show at the .:
White, left yesterday for their Crepe
lovely decorative note. Coral Isle Casino. Judge Browne GUARDIAN sizes at very popular
home in Washington, D. C.
Entertains GuestsAlto = LARGEST STOCK OF SILKSIN prices from per pair-

Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin Roma- of KEY WEST $1.98 $3.98See
Miss. Mary LpuisRolerts: ]Weds Adams, of Fort Pierce, guerra: left yesterday for Havana your Also showing new Everfast TO
I ,\: District Deputy Grand Exalted where they will spend .a vacatipnrsriwb , HEALTH Wash Goods, identified by thei gorgeous window
a ,
I Ruler of B. P. O. Elks, together of IP.d owit: .Jlre'' ti "'Ji. ..' I name stampedTo'nTiveriyaTitrlIarshbB4 : display "
t. Joseph JoycocksThiirsdy: ( Night 11. DlC) ri,. ,. : , :
r with Mrs. Adams, was honored at '.r'rt:1n.t.: iifii : ..n&Mr. !"'Fi ld's Bevely
; .--'r'-JL": t.*" Iin.'white a dinner on Thursday evening : and i i Mra....John F. Roker, .. THE ICE MAN Prints, 'Dttj hf\ 0 Priatid: Dimi- New" !' SSQ menfol L a !
The marriage, Miss Mary .' and:pink organdie, and I tendered by Judge Jefferson B. MrR.oer'e !mother, Mrs. John'A.Roker .! r. !4Iq s, :.JaunUiM j( ze.IQu.claire I ASIt' fcDRESSES d'fcs'l
Louise 'Roberts, 'daughter: of Mr; carried Browne at his apartments in the ', ana daugbjters
and. Mrs.\ Victor Roberts,.' *to ;The bride was given: iaway in Air Station here. .1T Mrs'xlMar.y!;I&skins, arriyjiU lU'C r.l- :: every day of the year CHeck's-fl llashabJs Plffetas: .new,.Summer materials.. I ,:
marriage, by hen father,.and Wit. Other guests at the :dinntr included over the highway last 'night an<) II I1Lpo= : with a load of health '' Planur'an' -i PrIntki!11"i.qUe.. l. *izes '14 tOi52- !
Joseph Fogarty Jaycocks, son of ; : ._ } pure CheCk1: 0 II, _
Ham Gerald Jaycocks officiated( I and Mrs. (;.' will few with 'ri'Uwa.j' r\; ;$2.9 J
Mr. and Mrs. Clements Jaj'cocks, as best man for the groom. Mrs Mr. and Mr.Mrs. H. L.Ray Bethel Bush.and I tives spend before a returning days to rela-1 the ';II_' -:- protection? l SWi) P. et RiPt3wrJ $1.00, $138: amL$ ;

was solemnized on Thursday William Asson sang "I Love You William Curry Harris. home in West Palm Beach. YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course, MONDAY SALE
night at 8 o'clock at the Fleming Pastel Dresses in all'
Truly, and the wedding: march 20 dozen new Wash Dresses,
Street Methodist Church with was played by Miss Fannie: Han Arrange For LIGHT BURNS 26 YEARS He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor some with new Sailor Collars, sizes, some with coats,

Rev. Shuler Peele officiating. whi Ts. He always saves you dollars and cents. others with Organdie trimming each-
Miss Roberts' wedding gown son.Mr.: and !Mri\ Jaycocks plan to Card Party FORT WORTH, Tex.-An elec- in. new check materials, sizes
was of white crepe, and she car- leave tomorrow over the highway tric light bulb has burned continuously 14 to 52, see window display, $5.95

ried a large bouquet of pink-tint- for Miami, where they will spend I IS Mrs. A. M. Hewitt and Miss for 26 years in the hallway CALL NO. 8 on sale ______. ._,-,_ $1.00
ed rock ro>es. Miss\ !'; Kathleen Watkins their 25c Pillow Another shipment
honeymoon and visit with Adelaide McKeown will serve as between the stage and dress- Tubing, on sale, of

the bridesmaid, wore blue the bridegroom's sister Mrs. U. L. general chairmen of an elaborate ing rooms at the Palace Theaterin FOR PURE ICE per yard _,-.. 20c Wash Dresses in Seer-

organdie and carried pink Presi- Curry. On their return the couple card party to be sponsored by St. this city. Colored Piques,' fast colors, suckers and .Broad

dent Taft roses. The two flower will take up residence at 1100 DiVision Mary's parish, Monday evening: :,( on sale, per yard ___ _- 25* cloths, each-

girls, little Misses Anne Daugh- street where they will beat I I March 4, at the Woman's Club, it 40 inch Slip Silks, regular '
try and Doris Fae Roberts, were home to their host of friends $1.98
was announced today. A meeting: New Fashion In Smart 39e, on sale, per yard 25c

_. of the ladies of St. Mary's parishwas ICE REFRIGERATORS Pure Silk Flat Crepe, all -

P/cn/ Tennis Tea held Thursday afternoon at SPRING SHOES new Spring colors, 40 inch, on Large showing of New
Give Party For which time plans for this, pre- sale, per yard -- SOc Spring Materials in I both j

For TomorrowThe Jolly Ten Clab lined.Lenten entertainment were' :.u%. "' :SHOES! l . Made of All Metal-Equipped With New Sport Striped Silks, fast Cotton and Silks Cor.

coots! per yard -_ 7Sc geoiu Flowered Chiffons
This benefit party will SANDALS! ,
largest gathering yet attending Misses Phyllis and Edna Gomez the St. ptrick's Day thence carryout OXFORDS! ,: WATER :COOLERS '. Pure Linen Table Cloth.-. Printed Sheer Crepes,

the popular Sunday after- entertained the Jolly Ten1, MichL with decorations table arrangements : ' o ,r large.size -,_ $1.00 New Pastel Silk Seer- "
noon tennis teas is: expected to Club .,r and' refreshments. It" la'planned S: Pumps*.'Kids!, Linens, LSpprt 5.4 inch White Indian Head. suckers and ,other
gan on Wednesday night at. ; -New versionof: the Cent "I') many ".
be present tomorrow at Casa Pump, They're.Economical: : : 1 100 Per regular SOc, at yard.. 3Sc
to make it outstahd-( : per
an K new weaves too
their home on Fleming street.! ,Tie, and Oxford. in. Kid .and c; numerousto
Marina. ing event of,the early Spring liather ' ;i Refrigeration Satisfaction ; 25 pieces of new .Sheer mention.
The courts are in splendid condition Delicious refreshment J\f;!:t1 ; '- ', a '1 ,0 t"< t ., 4* .:, Prats 3 ,
Any card game*! may be playedat I yards for ... SOc -
and number of matches served. Built *. Fit, ,
a I individual tables and a prize White Uniforms all sizes Just i in time for
have been between Economy and StyU- Priced Wat 45. Monday
arranged: some
Prizes were awarded to Mrs. will be offered for high score at on sale! $1.00 ,-A.
? new shipment ofLadies' .
of the outstanding tennis playersof Warren Sawyer and Mrs. !r each table, it is announced. A' SHOE TO
I Hugh I MATCH 75c
All Silk Chiffon Hose, and Misses
the the Misses
city including .
Tickets will go on sale in a few $30 and
Moore. sale
I on per yard SOc Wash
Norma and Clara Yates W. Curry days, with Mrs. H. R. Demeritt I EVERY DRESS Dresses, sizes

Harris and Avery Johnson. I Those present were Mesdames and Mrs. J. G. Piodela in charge New Phoenix Children' from 12'to 54,'each-*
." Come in and look over our Socks, per yair _.. .irL.25c
Mrs. S. S. of Provi. Warren -
Durfee. I Sawyer, John Robinson' of sales. ?
dence, R. L, a guest at Casa I 1 Hugh Moore, Harold MoulsonJ t I __,___,__ Shoe Department White Baby Batiste, regular f ., .$1.00 '
Marina, will and the Jr. Raymond 25c:, on' sale, per yard 15c L
a1so] ,play, i Bethel; Misses AliceGwynn BENEFIT CARD PARTY -THE- :
I ..............'
match in which she participates)J Eleanor Etheridge, Louise MoaJar. March 4, 8 O'cloekWOMAN'S t New'' shipment of Dresseson I We rare showing .(("a

is looked forward to with much!I Ketchum, Lucille Richardson, Store of Fashion sale Monday. ,See large assortment of.Beafch
interest. for Mrs. Durfee is a Phyllis and Edna Gomez. I CLUB BUILDING I
I Wear in
Window Slacks Sh'ort
IK. DwplayHOLTSKBG'S : ,
player of note. I The club will be entertained1 1307 Diruioa Street City's Lcadiac LadW St.. $ ? Company ; I Hatters
As is customary tea will be!next week 't>y Alice Gwynn and1' Table Prizes-Door Prire- I. APPELROUTH : Suits.Playsuits,' ai
rerved on the beautiful lawn sur.|| Louise Ketchum at the home of Refreshments I r' ". ." .. - "- ''i *3" '

founding the courts. Miss Gwynn _ >I TICKETS .SO Ceata 1 T I
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