The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00431
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire ". tn: It W. ( Key, West, Florida, has the

For 55 Years Devoted to the be cst Cttijeti! most country equable; with weather an averagerange in the

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


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,Senator Trammell Seeking;?PWA SOLON HAS OWN) \ ., DEMOCRATS 'T0y"i,: GREAT; INTEREST Key; West Host To Committee


Grant 'For 'Key West Barracks TO AJ1 WILES ftl L - {0fiOne Hundred Arriving In

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Protection For JACK THOMPSON IS OF NEW YORK CONCEIVESNEW City Today On Special Train

Local Post By.Land -. (Special .. The Cilsen) Key Westers and winter resi-

Thompson ton of DEPLETED RANKS TAMPA, Feb. 15.-Democrats dents are requested to make plansat MANY VISITORS INFORMATION Prominent Persons Making -

And Naval Forces Mr. and Mr. Norberg Thompson -I from all Florida, with the younger once to attend the "Pirates ofPenzance"

of Key' West, student at By HERBERT PLUMMER I ones in the majority, will concentrate early and. avoid a WILL-COME HEREFORCELEBRATTON SOUGHT ABOUT Up Delegation Taken -
I here this weekend for
(lly Bwlnlrd I'r..> rush which always comes at the
Dartmouth College, is not To Casa Marina For
'.trial "%fly. .......a (;.rr .....e.t WASHINGTON. Feb. 15.-Repjresentative i the second biennial convention of last minute at the.gate, M.\ E. Gil- HOUSING HERE
.f Tl>. viiiseaWASHINGTON only proficient in his studiesand the Young Democratic clubs of fond acting administrator for the
Hamilton Fish Jr. of
D. athletic sports but has Florida to be held today and tomorrow -,Key West Administration, pointed - -

Feb. 15.--Senator Park undecided talent as a setup- New Yorkt has his own ideas as out this morning. PARTY OF FIFTY EXPECTEDTO ONE LETTER RECEIVED FROM -

Trammell announced todayhe tor. to the best way of making beard i Delegates representing a statewide -, Bleachers of the finest kind ARRIVE TUESDAY Key West is today playiaf host
membership of approximately ,\are here and will be used Tuesday MORNING NEW YORK TELLS OF DISCOURAGEMENT -

will personally urge official In the pictorial section of the voice of the depleted republican 7,500 Florida voters between=night when the presentation of TO JOIN IN FESTIVI- OFFERED to 175 prominent men of the

of .the..,Public, ..yWorkiA4min f..i.tber i New'York Sunday!!'Jfew1 ranks ia the.house.JA [the ages of 21 and 40 will form ..Pirates of.Penzance" takes place.Arrangements ,TIES United;" States, members of the
I the center of interest as they ponder -] were made with I H BY.j!MIAMI ANS
traiion.t>to.tpppt4Xe ,eppeAr, reproduction' ...- j descendant! of the secretary 9't the state organization's platform I'Bascom Grooms president of the f' CAmmiUe, *.,!of <<<;>,,Qao tHkindred. "l

rho< ,duringtLe.Graal
r statetbjrv e.a. .aalDe) ,that noise' from the ;
|elect officers for that time and!: power plant Indications' thattthere, will 'During, the,_pas iltj,w,..days, the i
would;; llo< aite(441,4{( st' 2'to lr1KaeylWneSplrtt;;:. :; .f'.tLeiIaViWn administration and,rankingi i.hear addresses from Democrat(I[will be at a minimum, and in addition be &:large< numbed visitors, In housing! ,department: o/.thejibRAlj? 4 I pgtatie, dlat! f ldietydi ia'-/and hidesotlatry -

the Key.cWe... ,'an yn! >laf" r, |"|I 'i1showing' ,d heilaartNhtkf rfpublicatumemberv ,of the of James national A.reputation.Farley postmaster being, placed a large beside screen of the celotex mufflerof is Key, West during-,.celebration: ,, ha*f'received a, perfect ,flqodfof i ia.' .I.t .

.-- rack*.jf pn J.hecon: .tjruction<0f ) ;S wtiPikFttof ,tf1riojwglww., general and chairman of the na- the power machine, which virtually of La Semana Alegre, manyjbayv 'iet.tera-reqi4eM.ing, information ,:zl- paytr.! a ynp&jed by .w,..
f .Ala'!.n l Jack Thonnson. ,of( ,f.' hdute foreign: affairs committeein will eliminate all noise. ing written to the.local administration
:a training.camp and I target ..t : tional Democratic executive com- &lative/ to securing :accommoda; RPPrter: and JdayoK,w... HJ Ma- r
Key West putting the finishing his own right he has struck out mittee; Cliff Woodward president Sound amplifying equipment is of their intention to be tions in Key West during the

range. touches to the work of of the Young Democratic.. clubs of being sent here from Miami so here for the great celebration.In 1935-'36 winter season lone, arrived shortly after noon

Trammell, in discussing art. at one of the pivotal issues of the America; Governor Dave Sholtz of, that every one will be able to hear addition to the many individual One of the letters from Ernest I ia a 'specially chartered train and
Florida; Senator W. C. Hodges i as well as to see, the well known I
the plan submitted by Gen- Mr. Thompson ia! picturedas I present administration -reciprocal Tallahassee, presidentdesignateof opera of Gilbert and Sullivan. letters received there arc a E. Gannon of Princess Bay, Staten I was met at the train by Julius F.

eral Douglas McArthur, moulding into shape the tariff agremeenti.The the 1935 Florida senate; and I number of others showing that Island, New York, shows that he Stone, Jr., Florida Emergency Relief -

neck of a fabulous dragon- other prominent members of the groups are being formed in dif- would have been in Key West this I
chief of staff, when he appeared frist "Roosevelt congress, YACHT GOES TO Administrator M. E. Gilfond
like monster. Mr. Pike is party have been named as prin- ferent parts of the state to come season but was: discouraged from i

before the House holding a watering pot sprinkling it will ,be remembered, gave the cipal speakers. either by boat or train. making the trip by his hosts in Miami I 'acting administrator In Key West,
Military Affairs Committee the snow of which the president authority to negotiate ., There will be a large party from !,, number of other official of the

last week, said: "I have always figure is constructed, to trade agreements with foreign STATE BOARD WILL : points on the east coast and Mrs. Part of his letter reproduced I II administration and a large number

harden it. and standing by is countries. Only one has clearedall David Sholtz and children will be here: "I might add that-I have
maintained that Key WILL PROCEED TO I of Key WjesUrs.
the snow statue of a Viking.Mr. hurdles--the one with Cuba- MEET numbered among them. And one. just returned from a stay of three
West, almost an outpost of Pike spent some time but the state department has a ONJIONDAYCOMMITTEE VARIOUS: OTHER PORTS ON party from the east coast will| months in 'Miami, but my hosts Immediately after arriving the
in Key West last summer as I there dampened my wish to visit visitors were taken in cars ofcitizens
our country, should be ade- guest of his friend Jack total of 13 ia process:: : of n<: \ltilA- LEAVING THERE come Tuesday morning in time Key West by assuring me there and buses of the administration .

quately protected by both Thompson. Lion. ON CRIMINAL for the presentation of the Piratesof ,were no hotel accocmmodations.." to the. Casa Marina

military and naval forces. I Mr. Fish: apparently thinks one JUSTICE HEADED BY ATTORNEY Penzance that night. The letter also says that the where luncheon was served. The
'III negotiated treaty is enough. At Yacht "Pieces of Eight" sailed: This party will be headed by writer was informed there was menu was especially 'made up of
shall personally contact officials of the GENERAL for Havana last night after beingin Robert Dill FERA administratorin ; nothing to be .seen in Key West sea food caught in the waters of
said the
of the P.WA and urge NONE SERIOUSLY least he f>o on Key West for several weeks Tampa'and it ia expected thatit since the removal of the,cigar in- the Golf of Mexico, and' Atlantic
feou&e. > and undergoing s repairs at the will number about 50. dustry the naval stationand other -I Ocean, which. .surround the is

them to approve the Mc Free Trade Charges"I I" Ujr A._....d Prep) local marine railway. ..fc-overnment :activities land. '

Arthur' plan." . INJURED DURING ,dtt not question, theliincerityjof i S'TALLAHASSEE.-Fla.r Feb.-16)) 'The'vessel is owned by-Cr F. MUNSON ISLAND"ATIRACTIVE vrhere-tmy been ..,glvat< aeiFothis I I VotitrTo1bY'AUoad

the state department said -The Florida committee on criminal Wicker, of Coconut Grove, who is malicious misinformation given i I In addition to the Committeeof

General McArthur asked TRAINACCIDENT Fish. "We have (as secretary of justice, headed by Attorney also the captain. Others in the out by irresponsible parties in 1 One Hundred, there was a
the House Committee to General Cary D. Landis, will meet Mr. Wicker's Wil TOMANYANGLERS Miami: People have come to Key i large number of Key Westers attending
state) a very distinguished and Monday in Jacksonville to consider I liam., West bringing their food, and on the luncheon, composingone
recommend to the PWA able man, a former member of' its slate of recommendationsto I Flowers. several occasions were seen eating of the largest assemblages

that $405,000,000 be allocated FLORIDA SPECIAL UNAVOIDABLY this house. . j I the 1935 legislature. Yesterday afternoon the vessel I their lunch, brought from Mi- seated in the dining 'room of the

the RAN THROUGH OPEN But shouted the New Yorker Announcing the date of the II was' cleared for foreign ports by I tmi, at the station before going hotel in many seasons lora
to depart-
meeting Attorney General Landis the Reedy Forwarding Company j I into the city. than 250 persons were in attend
ment for general improve- DRAWBRIDGE AT JUPITER he is "an out-and-out free said, "The committee will en- The first stop will be Havana.:I J I FISHING CAMP'OFFERS NUM. Asked why this was done the

trader." j deavor at that time to formulateits From there the party will pro-1 questioner was told they had been ance.William R Porter, president of
army posts throughout THIS WEEK And he added that Secretary' definite program to be submitted ceed to Nueva Gerona Isle of'I advised in Miami to bring their the First National Bank who has

the country. Hull "has under him a number of to the legislature." I Pines, and then to Kingston, THOSE LOVING OUTDOOR' food as that was something which attended many meetings of the

I visionaries: who believe in break- The committee was appointedby Jamaica. 'I ACTIVITIES was absolutely. not to be found in Committee in Miami and ten
When the Florida Special, train ing down economic barriers Governor Dave Sholtz to makea The exact itinerary has not: Key West!:; so they were not taking dered the invitation to the groupto
FRUIT STEAMER 87, crack flyer of the system ran throughout the world." t study of enforcement of crim- I been outlined but it h expectedthat any chances. visit Key West introduced

through the open drawbridge at What irks Fish is that $426,000' inal laws in the state, and to study there will be visits made to a I Motorists have driven in over Mayer Wm. ,II. ,Malone who welcomed
Jupiter early this week, it was has been set abide: for necessities f particularly possible changes in I number of ports in 'the West In-J Munson Island Fishing Camp the highway bringing bottles of the guests. The responsewas
C01NGTOPORT fully expected that there wouldbe of carrying on the work off the laws by which crime could be dies and ports in Central Amer- offers a number' of alluring inducements -: water and tins of gasoline because given by Clayton Sedgwick

a number killed and many seriously negotiating reciprocal trade' reduced. .llca. to the confirmed angler "we were told to be prepared Cooper, of Miami. Mr Stone out|
I and lover of outdoor life under 1 there water in Key ,
I injured. for the coming year. ., j as was no lined some of the activities included -
ORISKANY WILL TAKE ON I As a matter of fact there was The item gave ----j 1 the rn'ost' delightful condi West and gasoline was scarce." in the rehabilitation pro,
no one seriously injured it was appropriation : tions. This prospect is outlined in l' Asked what he expected the gram of Key West, and other
he has
SUPPLY OF FUEL OIL AT said by officials although a num- him the opportunity TODA V'S WEATHER \, an advertisement appearing in this' people did for water and gasoline. also addressed the assemblage.
awaited. He made no excuses. I[r J: issue of The Citizen. :
PORTER DOCK ber of passengers in the eleven "I confess" he said, "I am a the ..visitor replied, "WelU' This is the first-,trip of the
Under the management of the hundredinhabitant's ..1111''thC'
bruises the few '
suffered.o ,
pullman,, cars [ andeggT7
and that I Cqmtnittee!t ( to1..Ke'tVe8)
,--- u protective republican \ Ellison theaccwrtJmodationi . '
R M. Mttia"
to 'II laovlationsand, shock.lIIrl11 oil'' owner ; ,[ fcarcityi'of motornalv JMn.ut ,
bejievftin, tariff protection. j.-" St. Louis _. ___._ 42 66 l .,, of tMi1"latay..is be-
SteamOriskany; [1 'werc' Temperature'highest on the It&Mid.ha.'een ltheythWltn I t 'nquir.mu{ hloofle4Jherl.
and 1nur3es'
Standard Fruit'' and""' n\sHi'p. hurried Physicians uto the and i adminstered >; -' o.,.,.Others i.Hold Same View, h.; ........._....____83 Salt Lake City .. 20 38 renovated and refurnished :and I! .... r oii'JU-1"iI ft brg9lHsadredsiefathnolype I gg ulal4, JB .showing' the mem-
i scene ItJust \\wha\nbo.'un do i about,'itf .......__._..____...72 .r.v..j rtisb. S!"' g111A! ynUracUon; .i j 'and 4points
CompanySrst aid,, while ratrangot f Lowest San Francisco 46 56 presents an ideal place for . : i itorjihave at , i ,,jla't ;isndamn
West late this>afterrtoim' 'cdhttgifetl': madc" tci'* atk- remains be.been., 'Ii"\." Mean ............_...... ... ____78 cation during eith t'-the.wintef k>r come to KojtnWest( to (of. erestrit s(
incotsIwerq-fbeing y Seattle ..__ 36 48 Ii1
the Ga' Ua1rt..I.r""
in )
1< .There area22 democrats' _70 u"' :
to the Porter Dock'e>tiayartyjn: < he to the nearest : Normal Mean rummer season.' ;: pave their minds diaabnse4.1h1elaak >
This fjUkHte2of-'a i : number ilroad) passengers station;, io.l'* ., house and 102 republicans:' The Rainfall Tampa __.-t_ 64 80 Located .on:'a small island ;only ,of.,facllitW'toibe+'fosgd Right ''after'iiftie 'itfnc'hepn'' ''Hhe
r > relativet.line-tip(,in the senate ''is Washington .._ 32 38 I. short distance from the raliroadadjacent tittf Mtore'"+Uurned'to1' the"cari tins"gan'd
or ships; { of(1the,, (, ,.Standard C pany running between, :Americanports !'ihe'iratn' was going about rnvTcs much the sam. u-r, <- Normal Precipitation .04 In?. Willirton __. 18 34 I I to Ramrod Key, which I termination to return and spend tour'of inspection and
Mexico and other foreign [' an hour and was almost at the There are, however, both );en- Tkta, record rnvrru :.>b.nr > 'rl.* i'can be reached by train or automobile the season. sightseeing. Their itinenary is
ports, and make this port for fuel bridge when he saw the signal ators and representatives on the ....1.. at K .',,1.*k. this m.rnl.a% WEATHER FORECAST 1' a boat' from the island iz i : Among the many letters received -I.taking them to the beach, cabanas,
oil. change. He applied the brakes and democratic side of the dividing Tomorrow's Almanac : always in readiness to transport at the housing department is' Raul's Club Miramar, for a Vghtof

The vessel due this evening is. with the fireman. William Barton political aisles who share in varying Sun rises _._ 7:01 a. m. (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) l! passengers to the resort from one requesting information al to' the murals, painted by Avery

from New York, will take on a'leaped from the moving train down degrees the views of Fish. Sun sets ..._. 6:22: p. m. Key West and Vicinity: Partly "Ramrod. accommodations for a man and his,Johnson one of the FERA artis4,
supply of fuel oil and sail fort the embankment. They suffered His appeal that "I am against Moon rises ._..___ 5:03 p. m. cloudy tonight and Saturday; lit1H- I Sea food boating bathing and brother and other members of the; also the tame fish in the pool,
; proposed treaty with Euro- excellent fishing is assured under brother has been ad- and a ride around Roosevelt
Frontera Mexico. I, sprains and bruises. every MOOD sets ...--o-r 5:49: a. m. I family. The ,
Freighter Brazos of the Clyde-I}I The bridge tender, Luther Cook, pean nations as being against the Tomorrow's. Tides the most pleasing conditions. In vised that a tropical climate is'> Boulevard.
Mallory Lanes, is due in port tonight !was unaware of the approaching interests of American labor and A.M. P.M. I the evening the island is electrically what he requires and they, have Visits are being made to the
[r destructive of American indus. radio fur. West is the Lighthouse the only one on land,
lighted programs decided that Key
from Galveston and after] train. lie had just changed the High .._..,__ 9:18 9:00: the Convent
discharging and loading freight}I drawbridge try" may find a response notl ._ 2:22 nish entertainment. ideal city. of Mary' Immaculatefor
signal and started the Low __ j3:06
wholly confined to the sparsely l . Indicating the earnestness of observation of the grounds,
will leave for Jacksonville and!I
boat to
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[ rising to allow a pass Barometer at a. m. today r
the two housesof sent by home of the author Ernest Hem*
New inhabited sector of the writer the latter was
York. a [ through when he saw the train. Sea level 30.02. GEORGE GARTHSIDE '
f through Fort Taylor from
in congress now occupied by republicans airmail and gives the informationthey ingway,
Too late to make any change ;Angela street to United
would spend about four i street
CELEBRATIONSEATS I the position of the bridge he Lowest Highest and sight of the southernmosthome
NOW CONVALESCINGGeorge months in Key West. A prompt a
leaped into the water and escaped Station- Last Night Yesterday In '
theJVd Slates, residence I.
REPRIMANDS JURY and self ad-
requested a
I' : reply is
i .._ 44 70 '
I I injury. *\ Abilene J j dressed envelope with airmail of Judge J. Vining Harris*
ARRIVE The whole drawbridge was torn I _.__ 54 *
DERBY, Eng.-A judge in this, I Partly Cloudy Henry Garthside. who stamp is enclosed.FOUR Other places being-5i d, t include
Engine and tender were Boston __..232 38 '
away. Marine i
members' of 'a the Hospitaljthe;
city reprimanded recently underwent an operation .
left hanging. All cars remained on "We'Von't .. i Buffalo __..,_ 38 .,,Ut.l tie change in temperature; moderate aquarium, the yacht basfn' at tbe'
The local Jury for singing jjo appendicitis in one of the ;
administration i received the track. home until morning"when? he-'Or.I :Charleston ...__, 56 .,,64 "." easterly winds. local'hospitals, has recovered suf- MARRIAGEllCENSfISSUEI1 naval 'station the naval -atation''1"
.\oday 5,000. seats to be .,
,.46. i Florida: Partly cloudy possibly *
I .
!<:'forI the Chicago. .38 and the turtle TWmp-
used the I dered them locked up fic;.ently to be removed to his
for entertainments
and many ANNOUNCE DEATH I night. i -11'. Denver r;. 20 ; /W..: preceded. by rain in northeast home on Southard street. son' docks,"and then to the'Yail i fir
open ,
are 'scheduled presentations Detroit irrn.4.40 ?. j44, '" portion"*tonight; Saturday partlydpudy' , rCarthside's numerous ; road station where the"imwuUi;;;
for the future.
Galveston 58 62:'11- : entrain for the return tj: MkitnL
These fri ndstia1i{ for him a complete a
from the seats, are being moved OF JUUUS HUTIONI GET TICKETS NOW Havana ___, 68 Jacksonville to Florida Straits: and speedy The scheduled hour for departure>>
station today taken to; recovery.
.I Huron 32 36 Moderate northeast winds over I Four marriage licenses.were issued ia 6 o'clock.
the naval in
station and placed I -forPirates Jacksonville 60 84 south portion and moderate south during the week ending Feb i Many of those arriving today"

the regular presentation opera house of alignment Pirates for of Mrs. Louisa Warren, matron at of Penzance" Kansas City 40 50 and southwest winds tonight shift- ,, "Pirates Of Penzance" ruary 14 from the office of Judge, plan remaining over Sunday for
Penzance next night. I the County Home is in receipt of: KEY WEST .... 72 83 ing to west on Saturday over Make Reservation and Hugh Gnnn. Issues were to: (Continued on Pace Four)'
Tuesday a telegram from Tampa announcing -! Little Rock 46 64 north portion; weather partly I Get Ticket I Robert'II.. Brown and Alice
the death of Julius Hutton,' Open-Air Performance Los Angeles __ 50 60 overcast tonight and Saturday.East Blocker; A. Layle Van de Veer
BROADWAY MARKET 'age 17. lie died in a hospital in TUESDAY NIGHT, FEB. Louisville _._ 48 60 Gulf: Moderate southeast]1,f -at- |j and Minnie Kidd; Charles E. AsheJ: Aart Hat t For: Rest;

WATCH FOR SPECIAL I!i that city at 2:30 o'clock this morn-I I Miami 72 80 and eart winds over south portion,, KEY WEST DRUG CO.I(I and Violet A. .T omas; George Modern 'Conveniences

FRIDAY AND SATURDAYNew SALE iing.! I 19, 1935CALL Minneapolis _, 32 36 and moderate south winds tonight j'!i BUe print: .f Stage and Seal- Dean and Valderine ,Pritchard. I'I'II 644 WiBUns Street.

I Hutton was grandson of New Orleans 62 76 shifting to northwest on Saturday j lag arrangement oa display II I
Potatoes i It _.,_ 3eWnito 620
Strictly Fresh, Robert =ApplyVALDES -
New York 36 48 over north portion. E..* .
Petata. I Joseph Chase of Key, West and was i i wtstdowTickets
10 JU. ._ 25e PensaeoU __ 62 64 G. S..KENNEDY, Lewi,' 1611 Vo. FaUUr street I ,
in sal all BAKERY
sent to the Catholic Orphanage day Saaday
701 Duval St. For Information 1
Phone 268 I 'loWb
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....................." ........................ The Smithsonian!! Institution

.. (ftr"} i.tt i9[ ttUiCl NO MORE [UNuWALFAcTiPEvEALED Today's Today In History i Washington a collection? D. C., has of more,on th&a exhibition -

flail Except Sunday By When the Akron was destroyed east '-by''MouieSpoWght" ........................ 2,000 primitive musical instro;
' 'of : Anniversaries
TUB of the Coast at Barnegat on April TrlDt' THE CAST OF 'THE 1835-(100( years ago) Diedat -- ments.
P. AUTMIN. I'teddeat. I Jersey ......................., Beverly, Mass, Nathan Dane,
From The Citli n Hu.UdlnCurn..r i 4, The Citizen exclaimed that its loss ,, $ WHOLETOWHSTW/ftf noted Massachusetts lawyer and Dr. James M. Peebles, noted physician
Greene and Ann Streets 3 1564-Galileo, famed Italian
$ TO THANK EDWARD who bad written
Q HAS and writer
astronomer, born. Died 8 statesman, aged 82.
should! spell the death-knell for the lighter- Jan. a noteworthy book at 62 on
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe 1612.. -
County. than-air craft in this country. The loss of ITS SHORT WORKING 1898-U. S. Battleship Maine how, to. live a century and who.
,3 himself reached that age lacking.
Rutered at Ky We t. Florida. a. second clan matter the Macon should convince the governmentonce 'ht URS. THE FAMOUS 1748-Jeremy Bentham, English blown up in Havana Harbor. a little over a month.

FIFTr-\T1, 1K RMrwkvr ][ and for all that the construction tC/w 1I r. STARS COMRACT STIP philosopher; born. Died June 1922-Tha Permanent Court of to shoot. Presi i-'
6 1832.
.... l/LITES'TMT HE MUST International l Justice began its 1933-Attempt
.( tk. A UUd 1Tlh Roosevelt and the fatal
L', dent-elect
this class of craft must be abandoned It first formal session at The Hague
AwodaUd Pre.. l II axclutlveljr entitled to UMr t t : df if fVfRYDlYA1 1797:.-;John Bell Tennessee wounding of Mayor Cermak of.
. rpi.bllcatloi of all news dicpatebea credited t. jr :
Jt or not otherwise credited In this paper and ale* is just possible that on account of the small 6PM. TO KISS'EDWAKO congressman. U. S. Senator, cabinet 1922-Died-at Loa Angeles Chicago, at Miami, Fla.

the local,,nwa pyUUhcd hero.AlItRUTIIING loss of life in this latest air disaster, .. that. a f'r /.r JR. GOODNIGHT.ETIEHHE officer, Presidential candidate -
AI1UflCIUPTIOS RATE \' born near Nashville.< Died
1n.Jh----: "To 110.00 6.00: similar airship will be built. there, Sept. 10, 18C9.

Bin three Months %.)0Dne In its issue of April 6, 1933, The'Citizen r. w STEAMSHIP Co.
Month .8' 1809-Cyrus Hall McCormick P&O
Weekly I 20 said editorially: inventor of one of the world's : UNITED STATES FAST

UATKS great inventions the reaper manufacturer MAIL ROUTES FOR
"Only one of our larger dirigible air-
Made known on application.SPECIAI.
and philanthropist
JtOTICH resolution of ships has met the tests in all emergenciesshe d born in Rockbridge Co., Va. Died I I fORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
All reading notice cards of thanks Effective April 27. 1933
re.pct. rbltuary noUc.... ele., will t>. charged for al has encountered and that is tha Los in Chicago May 13, 1884. Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays ,:2C I
lie rate of :0 cents a line.
Notices for entertainments by churches from which a.M.
.a revenue Is to be derived area cents a line. Angeles. built in Germany. It appears. the 1820-Susan B. Anthony, re- Leave Ha aa.! for Key West Wednesday and Saturday '
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus- former, lecturer, temperance and 9:00 A/M. ..
Nun of public Isnufs and subjects of local or genera German builders have something on us in
Lea and Saturdays -
Key. Port Tampa Wednesdays
\nrert but It will not publish anonymous communl suffrage worker, prolific writer, Weat! for .
Stl: ins. the construction of this class of air ship. born at Adams, Mass. Died .t Rochester, N. Y., March 13, 1906. Tkk.U. R.* rv.Uo.. sad Information .t Ticket Office OB ft. 1
The government is still priming the The United States should let them build J Dock.. Tkon 71 ,

pump. ..That's excusable- for we had a long our airships in future or quit building the ; .... !:, 7; t. 1829-Silas Weir Mi:cheU. .,- .,. .. J. H.-. COSTAR.; As.et.. .'
GIRAKDOT WHO '3SIS famed Philadelphia physicianand .
dry spell. jotuns of the air altogether as did England 5'4' HAD A GREA T-GKfATJCAH ARTHUR : novelist, born in Philadelphia. .- -- "

after the R-101 was destroyed and confineour GRANDFATHER COIUM51A PIAYER.tti Died Jan. 4, 1914.!) .II'II.lII.lIII.I..I.I'II.I"

Einstein has a baud new theory, said building to the smaller ones and more ; t WHO {MS 7f&T CRASHED THE Moon& 1858 Mar eJla Sembrich.

to be almost as hiudK3: o\l U ikrstaMltas oft hee. t $ Tom MEN A SCOUT WAS'A1TMCTED opera singer, born in Austria. Our.Most"

iH BY Aft Died in New'York, Jan. 11, 193$. :
NRA regulations. M "The loss of the Akron should soundthe
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\: t The tJ proposed O a U b.it! line across y r ale. r "his,country." f \. .w.orn.r.. ton, famed British explorer barn.. ..

l1 1 I Died Jan. 5, 1922. .,' ... ,
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KEY WEST IN HoroscopeThe
The decision of the United States

It might be well for the rest of us if Supreme Court, upholding the sentence imposed DAYS GONE BY I ........................ gO
the Red Menace and the Yellow Peril
by the Senate upon William P. Mc- Happenings Here Just 10 Years aspects indicate a person orn.NEVER
should exterminate each other. with skill of execution and a cer-
Cracken is indeed a healthy one. Ago Today A. Taken From I tain persistence of purpose that
Tie Tiles Of The Citizen
Mr. McCracken was ordered by the will go far to bring success in .
t Speaking of dirty looks, have you committee investigating the air mail to life. But :with this sometimes appear -

ever seen a bridge player's face just aftera produce certain records from his office. !I "I have no doubt but that Key a confused state of mind BEFORE SUCH A
West and! the Florida Keys will which causes a wandering from '
partner ignored a forcing bid? SMOOTH SHAVING BLAKitthlslowprkel
He declined the that he
taking position become the foremost winter resort the right road. It may be from

must respect the confidence that exists be- of the United States," said ignorance or from want of quick- .

The Citizen's streamer across the front the manager of the Jones Tours ness of thought. Good fortune is
tween attorney and client. Later, an agentof
who is a frequent visitor to Key promised in working near home or 1 .
page yesterday proclaimed: "Hauptmann one of the clients removed several West. This he said will be;,in the midst of familiar scenes and

Doomed To Death." Aren't we all. papers from his file and destroyed them. brought about by the road to the I r persons.is ... This Waldorf Range Installed Tree
For this he was adjudged in contemptof mainland, which is a foregone conclusion I -
troubled nonetheless. Aside
as the coming bond election from You do'not need to atthe cost of cooking
The Citizen reads of a check for $100- the Senate and sentenced to serve ten is matter of the yellow journals it never brag
a mere complying electrically. You do not need to take any ojift't word
000 sent to the Red Cross. Desiring to remain days in jail. It would certainly be soft for / with the law and having the.I about its accomplishments and for it. You can find out definitely for yourself without

the donor omitted to the crooks if they could become lawyers bonds validated in the manner i while it is ever ready to stick to investment. Wwill
anonymous, its friends it never glories over baying % range or malting penny's
.. sign the check., and technically respect the confidence of I, prescribed. I the fall cf its enemies. Eugene lt'you use. tki i*. range in your own kitchen for tnre*

Arhe, commenting on this attitudeof r. month, without ana obligation wkaievee.,
attorney and client and at the same time
... Editorial Comment: There is at
V 'T "Ji "*"" the has written a letter
The old prayer has been"amended" to cover up'their guilty tracks. I least one business house in Key commending paper The Citizen for Its ..1kPROBAK 1- t See us'for complete details_ regarding tfus'plan
West; which does not know the
read "Give us this day our daily bread- attitude on matters of general interest I
difference between a corporationand
-Iwltered.." And to earn it with the sweat MIGHTY COLORADO HARNESSED an individual. and especially on the cam JUNIORlets-
paign which was recently success.fully The Key West Electric Co. .
w of the brow isn't being done anymore. -- waged against the wire tap !

The ingenuity of man has finally. Everything is in readiness for I pers and resulted in driving themI antes 1MaEG Mllltra 7PAT.OPI'tMO.la Pia .

halted the flow of the mighty Colorado the grand opening of the Shrine:'I I from Key West. IoW{ V"III.lIII.I.lIII.lIj
With the exception of the banana the
Circus which will start a week's I _
avocado has food value than most river which, scientists tell us, has been un- entertainment tonight under the
:: more I ._
The believes
Citizen that --- -
shackled for The tent at the of United every
3,000,000 years. huge big corner
- fruits. It supplies twice as much vitaminA Key Wester, who announced be-
and Simonton streets. The, show\ {.lJtT4'.lII.I'IIIIIIII..rl."PI.lI'I'.I
steel has closed and the dam
gate greatest fore the boom started that he
as the apple, and a large quantity of is being given for the benefit of .
vitamin B.Faith. in the world, rising 727 feet, will impound the home for crippled children.The wished to sell his property, shouldat \ .

the waters of the river in a lake least put a price on his hold- .
ings now. Yet there are a few
that will extend back about 115 miles and basketball game between I
such owners who now declare that
in the future has a compensatory
the state champions of Vero
require three years to be filled. 1 I they do not wish to sell their property -
reward. The bid price on January 1, Beach and the Married Men's quin its
until the boom reaches !
The Boulder Dam, under constructionsince tet of Key West, will' be played I
1935 of Monroe County bonds yielded an height. It surely would be a
1930, has been finished ahead of Tuesday night. The game will
mighty fine thing for Key Wes FLASH
increast of 66 cent the bid 1
over price
per I start promptly at 8 o'clock in the
schedule by the contractors. Power to if all property owners would take
of January 1, 1931. The general increaseof gymnasium of the Athletic Club the attitude. Then the boom I
start the electric work of the project will
I and those will be
Florida bands during the past year was en- would quickly die because it would 1 1I 1
bonds be generated early this year and eventually abled to see the second show of{i have nothing on which to "feed. ,,
46.2 cent. Florida
per will go I
which at
the Shrine Circus
develop 1,800,000 horsepower, three times Fortunately for Key West the
higher.. 9 o'clock. The Vero Beach aggre- number of who have taken ,
i I .
rfl: Qruch.asfthe tapacityr--of any other : '11' "
gation won every game played in this position is exceedinglyfew. .. 1 .. i .
rlfMAt !t so C .l-\sJ y 7l ): ,. 1\'l Cuba and the fans are looking forward :.. i ',' ; ., . ..... I .L''ll 4 t '"'ouoMI ; Sara( (1"J.ji;

Radio listeners after trwrfingTietrs to a great tussle when these J ,' I '
Satz r Mrsll "
items over the air, turn to their news teams meet. "llhnl,. : :; il!; t br )ra a "" .
\\; IIj: iPPCT-RNl..w WQ tqriGDr. Attention is called to the advertisement .
Yesterda lt t i Watch This r.'PI9b! .' :'"
reliable Space
nuno It.mh ?
for news. of the Gulf Realty '
arrived I ,. .,
W. K. Vanderbilt Jr.. ;. : i. )ior 4ai<| t It ia i
in this issue of The Citi .
first announced that Hauptmann was con- Yacht company >
yesterday palatial
Richard C. Cabot, of Harvard, recently on .. .
d .
the *
and the personnel of or .I' .
victed with recommendation for m.ercy Ara and expects to be here several f zen ,: > : I |t tr'O"j: ( .lb.IIt. ' .
.. 1'1'
,aroused .a. hornet's nest by ,declaring in Key ganization. Identified with the b- "
carrying with it life imprisonment.. Later that "it costs too much to be sick"" and West days waters.for Mr.the Vanderbilt fishing and I 1 I company are Miss Mary Louise r>' Tomorrow and f. ,

it was announced this was all a mistake, i Cappick George V. Perpall and .
that as a result "many people don't go to the Ara are regularly seen ]: of Key .
[ F. Spottswood '
that the kidnaper of the Lindbergh baby winter. He says the fishing here'
see a doctor. Brown of Cleveland
West and Arthur -
is the best to be found.A ;[
was given the death penalty. The press, Regardless of what the members of I i Ohio. The Citizen "congrat- ,

however, had it right from the first. the ulates this new organization on
the medical is probably
profession think the newspaper
may gen- Next
institutionsfor I its entry into the real estate Every Day
most sensitive of all
eral public agrees with the Harvard i i even praise makes it shrink. and predicts success. I

That the way of the transgressor is speaker. We know that there are two When the knocks come it assumes I

hard is again demonstrated in the hard sides to the proposition and that doctors, I a stolid countenance but its soul I I Subscribe to The Citizen.

luck that follows the crooked bank official, I especially family physicians, make many il Week for

Colonel Luke Lea. This week he attended sacrifices to treat their patients. At the CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF I

the funeral of his mother who died with- ame time the medical profession in gen- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF f .

out knowing that her son was a convict. eral is giving thought to the problem of KEY WEST , r.

Once before he was given permission to giving adequate medical aid to all citizens II a* at the dose business, December 31, 1934, : ExtraordinaryAnnouncement' ; 0..1

leave prison to attend the funeral of his and given time, will solve it. Comptroller's Call ,

youngest son. In this case it appears that RESOURCESLoans : :
rr ;r-. and Investments* :. 9 305,639.43 j.1 ; /: I I"J'
the punishment more than fits the crime. SAYS NEW DEAL HAS FAILED Overdrafts __ 71.61 ./ { b
: : :
Banking House, Furniture T '.: 1 i
and Fixtures ----.,.. 33,082.33 .
Jesse Jones, chairman of the Recon- New Dealers might listehi- the re Bonds of States and Pos-. e" ,it rJ'..".._ ':

struction Finance Corporation, who i is a port of The Methodist Federation of So- sessions of the United. : ''
States ,. -_._... :. '. . 139,370.68Other 'J \' }
Florida visitor, is quoted as saying that the cial Service, which says thafthle New Deal Bonds and Securities -. ,:- 74,204.03 ) :

"average banker does not take the pros- has created greater unemployment, lowered Stock of the Federal Reserve -. 6000.00 .
Bank . '
pective borrower's character into con- the standard of living and "brought the Temporary Federal De- .

sideration. That there has been too much bankers back into control of the government. posit Insurance fund 1954.01 .
United States Govern-
weighing of collateral as the only basis of ." ment Obligations direct

= the possibility of a loan.! Old timers will We call attention to the statement, and fully_.. -guaranteed ...__-$832.744.73 South Fhrid Ceotracfoi & EefRMWOf fo.59S I

=: remember when J. Pierpont Morgan voiced not because we give it any great importance Cash and due from Banks 495168.97 1.327.913.7,0Jl.R8S.235.7a .

the same opinion in a congressional in- but because many people think that Phone Yt'Jite, au.. EIii. St. .. .1.1"Y

vestigation. Now all you boys "with the social order has been cutin two by the I LIABILITIES> "

=- character" but "without collateral" make various measures of the administration.There Capital ; > - ?'* 100.000.00 I home I'wrirqfdae-heet"
I and Undivided Profits . b6,007.2Circulation '
a bee-line dive for the bank and see how are always two sides to any discus- Surplus .. ,. w.: 100.0fl0.0ft .

much you can realize on your "character. sion, regardless of any motives or bias that I Deposits _;; __. __ 1.633,228J7 ( WMHMHMM -

." may influence those who point them out. : i i1,88R,235.7 1: #"
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cured to 7> rova <. ilttlco &y thtJrxica
Kobi* Hood, llateo RuLrL the girL The first round of the FERA HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS AND, Dr. C. K. Vliet, presiding elderof
,and Crordcr uroal..tht friar "Even If everything you say tennis. o\u-nament\ ended yesterday the Miami
will arrivein
lint i to lUol tin 'I District
Tkiy want htlf CITY ALL STARS
cuter aid crown of Our Lads wfcicfctt .should be true-and I admit nothIng. with John Lowe: defaulting to
West afternoon and
t governor of the tt ror(, c$ has ." said Miguel, "how could a one- Doyle Smith. On Wednesday TO Key- this ,
Cj-rcvo.hiutttots: Uota from has agreed church la to legged worm like me help you to Avery Johnson. defeated Albert CLASH .will I apeak at the Fleming _Street

help: : Rubric tat pose to a friend't I break open the tort of Duraya _. -.. L ___, Wiggins. 6-Q, 63. Ellis England Methodist Church tonight
.. of town and
Joo" on tht edo
Montagu has pone to rho belt in*. I "Yes.> .toll us that!" breathed the ..... ........................ ..*...*.... .......i i defeated Joe Finder, 7.9. 6-3, 62. SCHOOL REPORTER He will,conduct the first quarterly -
e-hcrPRss a, eaati/uidaughter of I girl. (By )
JUNIOR CLUBS Charles Smith defeated J. Berko-
the landlord, hot .tou>* hiss o : The High School girls' basketball conference at the church to
.II asM TUe tarrrA and battered I "You are the key to the fortress FOLLOWING THROUGH vitz, 6-8. 7-5, 6-3.
.1IIdlM'd hat tome "to talk, wtt* I said Montana, turning suddenly to team and th*. city all-star night. This is said to be Dr. Vliet's
.1IOatOIlO. I Eosita. H, PLAYATPARKLASTEVENING The second round will get under five will clash again, tonight at ,first official visit to Key West.
"I?" she cried. way Sunday morning, with 7:30, o'clock in a preliminarygame J
Chapter 11 "How many of the Jolly officers (By JOVE) matches to be played all duringthe to the Miami-Military Acad- fast forwards and a running guard
I 1
t" ' THEKEY- 0 how many of the corporals and the 1.1_ .... .. .... R i day. emy encounter with the. local high who, can make basket from any
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i : sergeants, would give their : Peter Varela will play Ellis England school boys. angle on the floor if he is allowed -
1 IF TTC are to talk alt down aald for a smile from. you. ,Rosita asked I---------- to talk to the fans ond Nodine at third Martinez at Sunday afternoon 2:30 In a previous game-the all-sar! to shook Coach Huddleston

Miie1 1, Montana. diamondball. First I I short Castillo at shortfielU Rub- i CUBAN LODGE WON FIRST o'clock. Carl Sawyer will match I I'cagers defeated the high BcJ.ooll states it is uncertain what his
"I never sit down till I'm welcome She shrugged her shoulders. "Buta will talk about the Busy Bees. berman.: Avery Johnson 3 o'clock, with Bob sextet by an overwhelming score i starting; lineup will be as several

," said Montana. "I give you girl like JOg,"- went on 1>Montana 11 think they have a good club but varro in the outfield, will make a f GAME FROM BROMO KOLAS;. Pinder tQ play Charles Smith. but the school girls are determined ' boys are still feeling the effect of
,first : and then my: errand. man's I I
my name smile la
"will put a, every
not handled properly. Take classy club. Concha will
1 I. to are CLUB TEAM CAPTURED : to even matters tonight as they colds. However the
My antis Is Jos; rny glottis! and let him with that SECOND ;
60 away I
the emerald the last two games against the have a much strengthened team. fight hard to:keep their record of
steal\ : from the governor alone. You save yourself for one of ADAMS TO PLAY
crown of Our Lady which he took the brave and the great.A man witha Lopez ten. They had more than I I think the umpires we have are CONTEST FROM STARS Amparo Simon, former player not losing a game on their hone

from the church.: I have promised carriage and six horses, !gold on one chance to win, the game and doing their best and just give decisions on the Hillsborough! high girls' court this season.
Bishop EmUlano to put the crown his uniform,and a sword at his side they failed to come through in I as they see them and they LOPE TONIGHT team in Tampa will be one of Plenty thrills era assured, the

back In his han s." and a house where. Rosita. can be a the pinch.In I I have orders to put on the bench The Junior League played two the guards and the all-star for- spectator tonight aa both, teams
player that starts fuss on wards will not have such play fast breaking on the
These words brought a gasp from lady. any a good of diamondball last an easy a game
the girl; she retreated a little BO She turned her back on him and the first game three times I[the-grounds, and they have made games Adams will the time scoring as previously.The offense and, both use tha five-man
The Dairy play
that she could get a fuller view of walked to the window, and stood they had runners on second and :r up their minds to do this regardless I night. In the first game the boys Funeral boys are expecting plenty zone defense which is one of the
> Home tonight. This,
the face of the speaker, but the with her face close ,to the black third and no outs and nobody I 'of who it is. Only managersor I from Stowers Park Hijos de la Lopez will ,start at 7:45 of trouble holding down the score 1 best! systems to check scoring if

proprietor of the Inn was totally unmoved shimmering of the glass, though she scored. Last night they played the : captains of clubs are given per I Luz, and Bromo Kolas played and game o'clock. All the Adams promptly on the Cadets as they have two properly played.

: could hardly be able to see much Lopez aggregation: they failed. mission to call on the umpires re- the Lodge boys defeated the Soda-! requested to be out by players 7 o'clock are I .
lit except her own: thoughts fey tblsU&ht..lI1JJuel. and Albury hit the : garding decision.
then Only Higgs play
He finally said: "Well any or
Water the of will be selectedto
by tight when
boys score a manager
down." ,as he looked after her,.: ball squarely1.,They need the serv- '
Montana bowe\arlim. %f Ot' uel.a , os( med. j Ices' of Manelo I and Armando, 'Two of the players in this I 3 to 2. .Fernandez and Tynes run the club.. YOUR PALATE SAYS. .
Tls members of the club will
All f/
little more to-6i&*gw. sin**ookat / *, with Pubio at second or Howard league will get a tryout with the I both pitched well. Mesa; Albury ,
are the key to the castle and vote for the manager they want,
a chrtr the rfljyid tab e. la the .you Gates or Albury at third, Armando St. Louis Cardinals William and Castellano.were the best hit .
co. t. lir" mMg! 1; sat op'Today's fort KosJUO" said lion-. it short Castro at the (Batch) Cates and Mario (Tar.!I ters. Esquinaldo and A. Martinez: the one receiving the highest nom ---- -
\ \ s. TeievlL Pwlll use the. I ber of votes will be the manager. AN.sqQOaYOCPOCKET
Tcey r *. R Is*Jfrmy UmfiAnt8 to get short' field and Ludy Acosta,.I zan)* Pena. A collection was tak were the best in the field. Players invited are: A. Rodriguez I'
Higgs, Gopher and Roberts in the! en at the diamondball game of Score B.. II. E.
in. Only two men. Only myself andy by innings: Ward Tynes Howard L. 00-- .
k -Srjpnd. Tell me what to do ahd. gardens. This will be a good ball Wednesday night and it netted the I Bromo Kola 000 200 0.2. 5 5 Lopez, Martinez, Castillo, .Kp Ton will lfe"la1
He took out a money-belt-afld others that friends and admirersof I Batteries: Tynea aDd E. Garcia; Gabriel, Molina and Wickers.
poured gold pieces( out of it. Thla For the Lopez ten the signingof Batch Cates will donate will Fernandez and E. Martinez.

Is gringo money," he said. Ubieta has helped them con- give him more than enough to I Summary: Errors;: : Mesa 2, E. during the contest. In. the field"

And he stacked little bright, five- siderably. He can hit and pitches!, make the trip to Bradenton. Pena Garcia Soldano. J. Garcia. Alon-, .Alvin Gates and F. Lopez starred.

dollar gold pieces on the table-ten and plays any place in the infield. will make the trip on his own ac zo; stolen bases: E. Garcia sacrifice Score by innings: R. H. E. '

npraham is as good as ever behind count. So, in this way all collec-I hit: Ogden; double plays: Gates Stars 200 001 0-3 3 41 i

the plate. A. Lunn and C. tions will go to Cates.I Fernandez to Alonzo to E. :Martinez Cuban Club 202 020 x-6 4 5 1i

\y Lunn have done good so far in the Tynes to Gates; struck out: Batteries: B. Roberts', Black-

box. Sterling is playing a great I I sincerely hope these boys will iby i I Tynes 4, Fernandez 5; bases: ,well, Higgs and Stickney; Malgrat I Ii
game at first and hitting that make at least a Class D club and on balls: off Tynes 1, oft; Fernandez i and E. Martinez.

apple right on the nose Ubieta at put our city on the baseball map.t 6; time of game: 1:00.. I Summary: Home run: F. Lopez;

second is good. Cates will go We have always been a thorn in In the) second game the Gates I two base hit: Blackwell; stolen i tr

back>: to third when he gets bet- the side of Miami and other east I Stars were defeated by.the Cuban i bases: A. Gates 2. J. Russell;I II t

ter. Baker at short Sweeting in coast baseball clubs, and the play- Club champions. Qf the Junior I struck out: Malgrat 2, Blackwell I

the short field Kerr, McCarthyand ers we beat on their clubs make League. The final score was 6. to 1, Roberts 1: bases on balls: Bob- -

Machin in the outfield are the grade on Class D and C I[3. The hero of this game was F.I.erts 5, Blackwell 3, Malgrat 8;

? .' u"41t good fielders. Kerr is hitting good, leagues, so why should not our i Lopez who hit a home run and time of game; : 1:00; umpires: 9U'U give ltlLtazae4M: approval -

; : r ? but Machin and Mack are in a players do as well as they do. i the fielded well. B. Roberts start- Lopez and Gopza\ez. to Town,T4rert.4equa.

slump at present. We will see how our two on the mo nd for Gates Stars of its good, found, eye flavor!, Rje

outstanding players make out walked five, in the first in- QUEER NAMES And you'll approve i it*'attractive

1Jl As to the Adams ten a very this year. If they make good\\e\ Blackwell pitched four in- low price, too.PENN.MARYLAKD .

k sr good club can be made out of other players will be up there next and the great Two-by/: >Four EAST NASHVILLE Tenn.- .
hem, with Albert Rodriguez behind year trying to make the grade hed the game. llaljprat pitched I The Warner school in this city COftMBATIONA

the plate, Ward in the box Good luck Butch and Tarzan and the full game for the Cuban Club I t once had three teachers named E I>*nwNW rc OgUn./> ,rfaooful Nrw Yori! Dttt), N.T.Ii <0ftM .

Howard at. first- Leo- Lopez at sec max God lead your way. and allowed 2 singles and a, double School Bang and Battle.

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Sbe CAPS slovyly, sullenly back from f iDOYOUKNOW

posito him his wooden leg squeak- I

lug on the fioor.: I CII.l.lIII.l..IITII.lII.I.lIIIIII,4"I.JIfI
The girl. leaned her elbows on the JlbrM (By GRAVY)

back of a chair and kept turningher Next Thursday the semi-finals Kemp took Melvin Russell and I

head from; one speaker to the stacks of ten pieces-five hundred in the FERA tournament will be I "Pro" Kirschenbaum for a rids! .

other. dollars. It was not a great sum for played and then on Sunday will Don't know what the results were
"If the governor learns about you, the north of the Rio Grande. But It come the 36-hole play-off to de- but Doc said he had the shekels

he bums you alive; if the Rurales was almost a fortune In this part of termine the winner of the cup. Eddie had the happiness Melvie $

learn about you. would they have I the world. However, the runner-up in the had the blues and Kirschy had
old scores against: you,Jos6?"asked "Do see, Rosita asked Ml
I you match will be given a gold medal, the nothings. The "slicewonder"had

Miguel." gueL which during these hard times is to pay and pay and pay some
1 never saw one of the Rurales .
I She came slowly, sullenly back about like having somebody give more."Plous".
that I would like to sit face to face
from the window. She looked at the free board and for the of
with," answered Montana, smiling. Montana. you room That for small sum
she looked at'
He watched the eyes of the other spell. Willie Watkins and

slight and almost glitter was of sure answering that he light saw in a Then cuffed with halt a of quick the gold movement from she the Yesterday in the quarterfinalsthe took Charley a bit Ketchum of wind teamed out of the up sailsof and Ii Iii

table and knocked It, clinking and One Dollar down and One Dollar month
response to this'confession. spinning, across the room. following results were posted: Samuella Goldsmith and Hello i per
"Wh, do you cpsie to me exceptto moment she considered "Champ" Bobby Spottswood beat Pittman. Willie was playing golf
get help?" asked Miguel For a with more such bright "Pole Climber" Charley Salas by on that back nine. lIe had birdies, I

"Every man who hates the governor malice Montana that It seemed as though she the score of one up. Charley had pars and whatnot and was 32 for we. will install a fully enameled
Is sure to wish to help me. him seven holes which is better than ,
would rush at him. Instead, she quite a few strokes handed to I"
"Who tclla" you that I hate the whirled around and fled from the free by his handicap but all that he has been since the year of the ,
governor"Every?man who loves the bishop room. The door slammed behind was not quite enough to beat' the"old big,fire. And was he happy? So MODERN GAS,'" RANGEin ;: ;
hates the governor." her. Her heels clacked rapidly on man". ,: ; much that he got the shakes and : ''' !I. r ,iI' '
took a seven on No. 9 when he \
the stairway. "11i'Hit' ''' ; 1
"I've never whispered In sleepor -- .II'J'1
my .
spoken aloud that I hate the govf \ "You y anllwr'"" said. I "( err-uIly-locks" Joe Lopes,:t an. could have kicked the ball in the yaa*>homeJ-tn&allatior: ; ( _, [1.1.;.tt. "...'-/18fi "i"r'; .., !.
I ,
: Igvej.ehav 11' hole for a five. Funny how these
ernor, declared JffcgueH'' ki i ; \ 'J -ot\l ;pf those par shooters,.cane
4. It .t1\e 4JI Db I: .' fH ,i' '. ,.. :
usual!! rasping voiced'' .4:; '-.'. J ; 0 through with a win over Louis guys. play anywhere from'. 94 to 1 '''( \JU' '! U
run back into the Inn. She ran out : I i 104 and then when they plav t ***?
and '
Cruickshank by a score o 5

""lyilAT heaven' he," Is suggested a man apt to has hope Montana.lost on for earth lie In Into and then the went open returned to night"He the to door his,chair.opened It, but'must 4. Louie have had lots used When of them free up Strokes"count early I I against play body par thinks Sam golf.the he Sam is weather a cedar thinks man bird some-they or YOU CONTINUE TO PAY ONE DOLLAR PER i MONTH mmL"I'

"Will sit here and wait with during the game. you
saw the blow tell but only !in the you maybe ? ? ? ?
till she back or shall I stroke made you can soon
slightest lifting of the brows of his me comes every the S THE PURCHASE PRICE IS PAID IN FIE
wait alone?" asked Montana. have a score which looks like
companion."Besides" "Tell me how you got BO much war debt Mademoiselle France SEEKING BOUTWIfIIP.
went on Montana,
gringo gold" Uncle Samuel.
"your Inn is just at the door of his owes s
Montana thought back to the
fort. How many times has he sat
his truth. "There waa a gringo dog of a Charley Salas got to the quarterfinals NERO At such low terms afford
outside your place and astoundingly and\ } crmot{
ho said."The fellow
crooked ,
called: for drinks for himself and gambler by a default on the part i
his men r played a very good game ol of Chas. Hogeboom, who was unable to deprive your family of this MODERN CONVENIENCE ) : _
cards. Because of that, he gave me S
The mouth of Miguel twisted to play. And Eddie Strunk The Citizen is in receipt of a
all the money In his pocket, his another day.
aside. took Melvin Russell on yesterday letter from King Parrott at Isla-
horse, his saddle, and some new
"And how many" times has he gringo words which I learned to repeat and won 4 and 3. I morado, Fla., in which he expresses i,
paid for them demanded Mon
desire to boxing
after him." a arrange a ,
tans. "Besides, after what has hap looks like Bob Spottswoodwill
Pete ,
For the first time. Miguel abandoned match in Key West with s
pened to you, you cannot love any his reserve. He leaned forward play the winner between Fred Nebo and Frankie Fleming. The A TELEPHONE CALL WILL BRING A REPRESENTATIVE .
people of authority""What and
in his enjoyment. Ills eyes Mathew and "Wimpy" letter reads: ;
has happened to me? the winner be- t | q '
asked Miguel. shone. And at the end he licked his Joe Lopez will play "We are sending a challenge,.to '
"You lips like a beast that has been.fed. tween Eddie Strunk and Cookie Pete Nebo of your city for 'a THIS ASTOUNDING OFFER. NO OB GA N'I''
V t have been In the Valley of to '.' ::; .
| the Dead. You have been one of the (pyrlg\t.. Jf JJ. Barter 4 Brotl"JMontana Mesa. Bob and Joe will have 10-round, no decision fight to ', .! .
f I, { dead In the Valley." play the best game of their: careerto take place in Key West in the S .- I

.w :Miguel 1 said nothing. H. only tomorrow. catch. a man In a trap, win their respective matches. near future, which will be one of

--- f the biggest drawing cards Key c" ;

; . .. . .. .. auelphia, noted novelist, born That was a wild threesome: West has ever seen. Our man isFrankie U GAS IS. ,.
that gang'.com-
I mean
; i 1 there 55 ago. Fleming with a decision .
Birthday years posed of Sammie Harris i Cookie over Johnnie Dundee* Jack Brit- '

................o.. .... I born :Mesa and Lionel Plummer. 'Sam- ton, Benny Leonard and others.
John Barrymore, actor, vacation so he unrest Faster More Dependable
l mie is taking a I1
Elihu Root of New York onetime 53 years ago. and go out there and beat Would also like to use Jimmy Conway .
up who i is well-known in Key
Secretary s.1
of State and U. the off a few guys but he
Senator. Nobel Peace prizewinner -i I Dr. Thornwell Jacobh founder- didn't do it yesterday if looks West, for a preliminary bout.

born at Clinton N. Y., 90 i I| president of Oglethorpe Univer- have anything to do with how he
years ago. |:J sity, Atlanta, Ga., born at Clint played He must have let Cookie Fifty persons on an average,, I

Dr. William H. "Pickering of:\I ton S. C., 58 years ago. win every hole because all after- hours die of in appendicitis the United States.every 24 FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES ,COMPANY l

Jamaica. W. I.. famed;i Harvard I noon Sam was glum, Li was hap-

astronomer, born in Boston, 77 ;|t Shelby M. Harrison of New py and laughing so loud you could BENJAMIN LOPEZ "
years ago.James York, general-director of the Russell hear him a mile and Cookie was FUNERAL HOME .Guc.J .
: Sage Foundation, born at just playing golf. Sam says that
A. Farrell of New York, kat River, 111. 54 years ago. ball on No. 9 was what finished Established 49 T..... N'III.I'I.J.
former steel head, born at New him. (P. S.-C. H. K. hid it in the Key: W. "'. OUMt I."llil.lllll l'i..,, .i e i .

Haven, Conn., 72 years ago. Cat-iron roads are common in cup.) 24-Hour Ucee Ambnlaae.d>> .......Service...., ... .' . ''' ., '''- ..- 0 _. ,_ _.
Duisburg. center of the German "
Joseph Ilergesheimer of Phil,, Iron industry. .__ "Mumpsy" Strunk and Willie ...IM* 134 WcM 09 : 'I"II.I"IIt '-"

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Nina Editress (Continued from Page One) Mrs. Lovick Ley left yesterday SHOWS ATTITUDE OF 1 1I ma Garcia Mary Boyd; Messrs

de Lisa Leslie, the dedication exercises at the' The Sacrament of Confirm afternoon for Miami to join Mr. ISSISS................a I CERTAIN MERCHANTS I Frank Alvarez Raul Garcia, Ii-

'PHONE 7523SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISSSSISSSSSSSSISSSSSSISSISSSSIS aquarium and some of these in- tion will be administered to a Lay purserwith the P. and 0. S. dor Rodriguez and John Pritch-:

tend remaining for the presentation class of about 125 tonight at 7:30 I S. Company and make a trip to LOST Editor, The Citizen: i ard. The solo dance which wai

of the Gilbert and Sullivan o'clock at St. Mary's Star of the Havana on the Steamship Florida. Referring to editorial note performed after the chorus wa
Valentine Ball Last EveningWas Romantic Opera Pirates of, Pen- Sea Catholic Church. of pink silk goodson this professionally danced by Miss
Southard street PineS evening anent custom and
zance which will inaugurate "La Bishop Patrick J. Barry of St. Miss Theresa Falk daughter or Marjorie Frow and Gerald Pinder.

Very Brilliant Affair Semana Alegre" next Tuesday Augustine arrived hert.'yesterday MivandTMrs.; Charles .L. Falk street. Finder, please return to customers: I The rhythm of "The Continental"

nightThe .,- to hold the ,services. ;'* l-r;;, feft'l- yesterday afternoon for 324 Elizabeth street. febl5-lt Some of the merchants of this the background and the bi.uji i""s

-- list of visitors\ and Key 1. 1 I !Philadelphia to matriculate in the LOST Buff color 'female fair city seem to have a habit of I ful organdie worn by lIiss. Br"-w
The Valentine Ball held last Johnson C. D. Steai VC. H. i Persian
night'at Casa Marina sociates singing and playing a Westers attending the'' . luncheon Stuart, r George L. Elkinst..Geplrge .school nursing.at the Episcopal I II tat- -i in the vicinity of Carolineand considering a p rson who tradesat I and the tuxedo worn bytlr.S'in-

was an variety of Cuban numbers in an follows: .* ..., Fred Hospital Duval streets. Reward if their store few times their i der added the finishing touches to
eminently colorful and enjoyable Morgan B. Smite, J?, J. S. I 1 a ,
Affair with a large number ofKfJ' atmosphere of tropical beauty and Guest Dudley George Dark E. R. Thomas returned to Wm. M. Arnold, private customer who has, 'no the number.other '. .
i train The number the
charm. Edward risher Wm. II. Willis Paul Arriving by yesterday Meltzer Motor Co. feb142tMISCELLANEOUS being
Westers winter visitors- and J. Keck Arthur: rgari, I further right to trade els where
Favors and decorations were Clarence D. Chamberlin H. F. J. C. KardelliRaymonc5.J; from,\Washington,was a group of Latin-Amancan '1lumba.'-..a.La Cu-
guests attending.chic seasonally appropriate in the O'Brien, E. M. Newpian, N. L. George S. Green J. Waffen'TJa! I yeterAnVassigncd'"to projects in I for goods in their line. curacha." performed especially
Many lovely new, gowns Noteman G. O. Palmer Hutchins r,the Monroe County area of FERA An illustration: Some time ago for' the out-of-town! guests, and
A. M. 'I
were in evidence the Valentine manner, and the dinner Keller R. T. Jones Jr., W. I I
guests and it was a gay and bril- and dance service were beauti- Hapgood Beverly Smith, Arthur F. J. Wilbert William J. Weller, I activities. 1 1Mrs. ,I CASH PAID for used furniture.1 my wife and I :were shopping for. Mr. Stone, was sung successfully

liant gathering which met in the fully appointed. The entire af. Schoelkoff Dr. Paul II. Robertson Lynn J. Irvin. I I .. 1013 Southard street tennis shoes. We tried a store by Miss Ramos and danced with

ballroom following a delightful fair was well handled and much T. Messner E. J. Lutz G. W. Dr. E. II. Cames, Dr. George F. R. W. Ryder left yester- janl7-lmox where we had traded a few times I rhythm by Miss Dollis Burchell and
day afternoon for visit with
dinner to dance to the specially enjoyed by the guests. Cannon L. K.: Brewer Gustav Glass John S. Collins Ora L. relatives and friends at Isla- FOR RENT but finding nothing thate desired Gerald Pinder. The costumes usedin
in fora Bohland Charles F. Ditzel, Consul Jones, Alfred Rodman E. A.-
arranged musical program ren- Plans are now progress morada. we went on to a store far., this number were patterned after -
dered under the direction of Grand Costume Ball to be held General Z. B. Hurst. H. J.' Mills I Todd W. N. Todd Roscoe C. C OFFICES in the Hellings Build ther up the street, where we found i the Cuban

Richard Principale. leader ofC5i ,at the hotel on Washington's' W. S. Mills Wm. H. Hifan Dr. Briggs R. C. Perky A. S. Houghton 'Mrs.] Julius-Collins and' two ing 319 Duval street. Apply to and purchased them. On the way original style.
Birthday Friday February 22nd, II. F. Langhorst. Frank 0. Head-I E. P. Decker Leonard C. MARY ELEANOR BOYD.
Roberts back
Marina Orchestra. children Julius Jr. and F. W. 803 Olivia, we stopped in the first store I
The dinner floor show was with leading socialities of Key ley A. H. Hughey W. Scott Dem-: Feathers, Warren White Henry left street. feb 2tx again so that my wife could look Key West Fla.,

much enjoyed with young Chick West and the winter colony par- ing, C. W. Kistler.; C. M. Brewer Capt. Charles Thompson Mr. Collins yesterday at Tavernier.Mrs. afternoon. to join at some dresses. Upon seeing our I Feb. 14, 1935.THE.
nell Dr. C. K. MeCOn-j'
Peterson B. M.\
Duncan T. W. Mitchcl BICYCLESWE
Ellis and his Cuban Rhumba as- ticipating. package the clerk (the proprietor'swife
Ray Adolph Mueller, hi. F. James W. Eustis Daniel C. Stewart I asked
) most
------ dalLJ. Kt"n-j L. E. Johnson Lieut. Kruger, S. A. Webb, of Miami, RENT by the Hour Day or about it and appeared insulted I
I W. Osgood, W. II. Graham, Walstein C. Findlay. who was spending a few days in Week. Repair all makes and
I Garden Club Perfects Plans Clellan A. Bowman, W. E. Walsh I I Dr. J. M. Renedo Francis M. Key West with relatives left*' yes. paint them with Nu-EnameL We wanted we had been at another able to find store.whatwe HUB.

Show Next.Week i Pr, 'Y m. Henry! Waters C. A. Voslurgh. Miller, W. W. Clute, Jr., Wm. W. terday for her home.o carry a full supply of parts. I We Jbav.e noticed this attitude
for, floww: : ., Frank C. Jordan WilliamlTaradort !I Wood 3rd., Alexader- Squibb, W. ---- :Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles otner"stores -
: II -- -
: I iti also --
II nave
.... ... .. Wel\V. Bishop Patrick J. Barry,'of St .
'1 ,. I '. 'r' -11'l" e< IJintrford!I Walter Martin Clarence Chafey, and sell them as low as $1.00 j'icnds i I
oLours. including
The meeting oOf'\the, Key''iW<
Club took place yesterday l ':in Itarhp{ ,La rick, W. G.I Charles N. Beabody George F. confirmation ceremonies at SitNary's Company. -" Janl8:.lmo :'dell imagine the,im rpssion these I "' ;
Star of The :Sea Catholic ,
morning at!the Woman's Club l lastTyear's''Flow' ShowT "' i" Aherrf,)Charldte Conlon Walter Shepard, C. C.' Ferris C. L. Bab- Church ,I eople ,YV1} carry_awaj with them.I ; j MEN'S' ,:LINtN ,&UIT5..
' ; Conlqn,_ William I'. Richardson, cock Wm. II. Cooper Bruce How-j' today. FOR SALE '. '' I double or-single i breast-
house Oft! Division' I street, 'With! nlhf'the'ml'a' Ume:1: ieVeral'iifth I : I It is said. 'The leopard cannot

Mrs. William II. Malone;''president GardeS" 'Clubr': cbmmitte*':* Heads John A. Cook, Jr., S. S. Kore!'ga, I ard W. F. Check,' Wm. F. LuickJ] I Mrs. Ralph D. Spalding who FQI) SALE-= '\ f improved -, hange ,his .fjx>tv" Can, t tfie. Key i edI'nfiid', "" pre-
( Sayre W. Leibe, Percy Cook 'J.A.t . C. W. (Pete)' Chase Thos. J.Pan-J .'
of the clulvipresiding/assisted, ; by' make ,ef" aT'gpjeaLlMi. Not I was spending several weeks with Real Estate i ip the City of 'Vpst;merchant change, his ,.attinude !-I sKrunk, 'apeciaflypied
lTurr4:11: Irving A. Collins. P.coast. 1." I I II, ;{
Mrs." William It. Warren vicq- t berg Thctopson will l b'e 'gratefulfor T Pates. Glenn her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Frank Key West; 129 acres'of land on : M-
president, Mrs. Hugh Taylor, any hanging baskets 'to be N. Hadley August Key We.ter Brown left yesterday for'Miaiml the Florida Key Apply to F. A FRIEND OF KEY WEST. !

secretary and Mrs.: W. J. Phelan: displayed and will be glad to call E.Geiger Odette.I. Harris, Robert M. Little I Benjamin F. Sawyer B. D. and will from there go to 'Washington W. Roberts 803 Olivia streetfebll12tx Key West. Fla..-. i i $7.95LINEN

treasurer. I I for these if the donor will tele- Trevor J. J. Trevor Willard AI-! for'a short stay and then Feb. 12, 1935.NUMBERS.
: Gait Stockley Henry W. Baird, bury W. W. Sawyer Otto Kirch-
Final plans for the Flowex phone her at 158. Mrs. Stephen
William M. I to Newport, R. I.,-to join her l us-
Show to be held next week were W. Douglass at 659-J and Mis. Campbell E. R. Evans! heincr Dr. Armando Cobo, Harry band. Commander R. D. Spalding, FOR SALE-Smooth haired fox UNNOTICED AT SUITS 3 piece san
George F. '
perfected and almost everything I Arthur Pastorini at 403 will appreciate Shepard Elisha A.f} Baker Ray Bush Leo F. Hughes, U. S. N.Brazil. terrier puppies. Dr. Carries Ma- CABARET DESERVE PRAISE forized HZ
fs"now in readiness for the .haw' anyone wishing to exhibit King Frank Bornn 0. II. Foster Dr. II. N. S. Jones, Mr. Martin I II _" rine Hospital. feb4-3tx shrunk, pre$10__ ) 11)

which will be one of the !highlights fruits and vegetables telephoning Jr., Walter J. Cano A. G. Rundle'i|i I Harry Warren Frank Ladd. Jef- has a species of spider Editor The Citizen: I II

of "La Semana Alegre," an them immediately or M. W. Nichols, Paul H. Ochiltroe.I'I i, ferson B. Browne E. Rivas M..E. large enough and strong enough I ,WANTED Due to the fact that the editor t(,I:
week celebration.The the Public George H. Rundle George II.I Gilond. J. Manuccy Melvin Russell who wrote the results of the I POLO SHIRTS different from
entire of bringing these to 'I to attack and kill birds. The insect up

judging of the yards of Library Wednesday morning. :I Rowe. Curtis N. Andrews Joseph} I' Dr. William Kemp. A. C. El- spins no web but lies flat on WANTED-UNFURNISHED bun. Woman's Club cabaret was busy'!I only the rest.....,...._.._. LQQ
Key West by a special committeeof : Key Westers have respondedwith I Buffington, Clifton Benson, J.I I i gin W. 1.. Bates Curry Harris, the limb of a tree and attacks its galow. Quiet section. For year bothering about a table she was ,
prominent out-of-town judges enthusiasm and civic prideto Hollander, II. A, Wcismann, E. S. I I Leo Warren Dr. William R. War. prey. round. Box S. care of Citizen unable to notice two numbers,

appointed by the Garden Club will plans for the Flower Show, and Stackhouse. J. II. Bright Johnny I ren, J. S. Moore Charles Taylor, Office. feb4-2tx which deserve praise. These two, BATHING TRUNKS 50
Gruelle W. L. Zimpelmann W. I, Bernard C. DeWitt Mr. Hangjn- t numbers which a real special __..._ Ci
take place at 1 p. m. on Wednesday it is expected this year's show I BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING were principal -I '
February 20th and the will be greater and lovelier than[ II. Rowland. son, F. E. Albert, Karl Thompson WORKS.514 MARGARET ST. EMPLOYMENT WANTED features of the cabaret,

Flower Show will be formally ever before. Boyden Kinsey Jr., Ernest F. B. C. Moreno, Dr. H. C. Galey PHONE 152M. dec20 TYPIST-Young man desire'' were: I i OTHER BATHING TRUNKS

opened at 3 o'clock the same day I Among those attending yester. Coe Al. Bowes Alexander Lees, Dr. N. C. Pintado Fred Dion. V. part or full, time employment "The Continental" sung by all wool, front-

lasting until 10 p. m. A concert day's meeting of the Garden Club J. Fickinger Stanley S. Kresge, A. Johnson Ross C. Sawyer, John Don't Trifle With CoughsDon't 613 Margaret street. Mrs. Jennie Vecker and danced by $1.50 S2.45
the George Scott Findlay Jerome Costar Rev. James S. Day A. M. a chorus consisting of Misses' TO
tea will be in progress during were Mrs. G. N. Goshorn Mrs. let them strangle feb89ll13l51820xFOUND
afternoon. William M. White. Mrs. Frederick Blenus Otis Darnell Tyler. Hew-,I Hewitt Norberg Thompson, Mait- hold. Fight them quickly.get a Creo- Do lib Burchell Edna Riggs, Nor- I
ett Bennett, C. Panetter, Jr. R.j land Adams B. L. Grooms E. A.
Thursday and Friday February21st Kirtland Mrs. William Duncan Wai-1 i mulsion combines 7 helps in one. I POPEYE BATHING SUITS
C. Schemal, Dr. F. F. !
and 22nd the show will be Mrs. J. J. Trevor Mrs. J. Vining Faricr Strunk, Wm. V. Albury Joe Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto
t FOUND; Bicycle. Owner can recover HUSKYTHROATSOvertaxed I for the kiddies, ...
ter E. V. Schulke J. L. Westlake[ 50cMEN'S
open to the public from 10 a. m. harris Mrs. Eleanor Hellings, I I Pearlman, Bob Spottswood A. R. take. No narcotics. Your own it from Deputy Sheriff I at _.._,
+ -
Mossman. Will D. :Me-|.I Miller Charles H. Ketchum, A. F. druggist is authorized to refund
to 10 p. m. White children will Mrs. Carlton B. Hurst Mrs. David Elwood
Ray describing wheel
.r Creesy, Walter F. Henne. Mr.' Ayala. Sebastian Cabrera. Jr:, your money on the spot if your by I
be admitted on Thursday afternoon Rice Mrs. P. D. Holloway. Mrs. I and for this I.
Fruelkoff, Frederick S. Miller, I.1 Carl Bervaldi J. S. Golden Dr. cough or cold is not relieved by paying speaklng.tdngIngt I SPORT SHOES,
and colored children Friday George Danforth Mlrs. Clifford! ; Creomulsion. (adv.) febl43tOverSea smoking
L. Turney. Mr. Johnson Glenn
afternoon, while colored adults Hicks Mrs. Norberg Thompson, I W. S. Douglass. .,---- an extra large assortment
will view the show Friday evening,1 Mrs. John Key Mrs. R. F. Lord, Stewart.M. C just in, selling
'' W. B. Kerrissey J. R. Mac- MUNSON ISLANDFISHING at .,_._.__.._ .
Incidentally the colored people's'exhibit 'Mrs. Andrew R. Miller, Mrs. R.

will, be on display in the!N Noble Mrs. Stephen W. Douglass : Muncey, Lawrence Pirdly Clay- 03Wjl CQCKHOACHES fUSE CAMP Hotel 'FRIDAY and SATURDAY
ton S.
Cooper C. R. Bentley J.
Red' Cross rooms of the Public, Mrs. F Ford and Mrs. O. S. STEARNS' Operated by R. AL Ellison NUNN-BUSH SPORT
D. Von Glahn, Ross Besson.J. Best Coast'
Library and it is expected that Long. " 917 FLEMING STREET
F. Eisenhower John St. "PAST! Guides and Boats Available PORK SHOES, at ,

Ware, Jr., John H. Ware, 3rd Sea Food-Fishing I ROOM running water __ $1.00
ROOM with bath 1.50 Fresh Killed Veal
Edward Bruce C. B. Floyd Dr.' BoatingBathingWrite $6.50SPORT
Arrange Dance At Valentine
Party Robert Van Deusen Major Rhein for Reservation, Post WEEKLY RATES Shipment of FLORIDA lIENS

Country Club Mack Enjoyed J. B. Ferber J. Julien Souther- r--- Office, Ramrod Key Newly Renovated S Just Received

l land Mr. HaIler, Col. L. C. Brin- MONROE THEATER Accessible by; Rail or ,Abto to New EquipmentNew Western and Florida Meats TROUSERS

The regular twice-a-month The Valentine party held last ton. Mr. Weaver Howard Baldwin I Tim McCoy-Billie Seward inVOICE Ramrod Key, Management Meat At Price You Can. Meet high waist from, regularand

Saturday night subscription dance.evening in St. Paul's Parish Hall Charles G. Mueller James I I IN THE NIGHT Camp Boats Meet.Guests HOTEL
NO CLEANER S3.45 $4.95
under the auspices of the Altar I Laurel and Hardy in Rates. : $5.00 Per Day- BERMUDA MARKET TO
at the Key West Club
Guild was very well attended and I BABES IN TOYLAND American Plan ANYWHEREFOR Phone 861-W Free Delivery

will take place tomorrow evening, enjoyed by all present.A C 1DSFEVER I Matinees Balcony 10c; Orch.- White and Virginia Street.

attended by members of the club, good program was given con., 666 6 6 6 tr.. 15.20c; Night, 15-25 -- GRAND SLAM OR SHIRTS'

members of the winter social sisting of a special selection by rllllllllllllllllll $1.95 3 FOR $5.00

colony and out-of-town guests. Miss Cabrera, a musical duet by SSSSSSSISSSSIIISSSISSSSSISSSSSSSISSSISSSSSSSSSSI r KEY WESTCOLONIAL I

Thejve, ;.Country Club dances, are Will and Charles Roberts a farcical Uq.hI- Tablet irit day HOTEL
sketch "Three ''Strikes." _kid S,l" -.N...Dr.,. HEADACHES LEE BAKER'S MEN'S SHIRTS an assorted
always 'det g'htfully gay. and rj is;. Out f" : ..... 1
of odds and
wUh"-Dor&hyjril>drt a.n'd lt ends sold
formal well attended'*ndu ehenjo'ed' E"mlrc8we'elirig aria""al"'hila'Hdds' is.L6' In 30-minutes 1 GROCERY AND MEAT SALE .L : ( ;t 6cqter ,.tf? ie Business_ ; IrR. ." O..q\I,9.1
I I II \ friOb69c
by"th dancertrcjToioMx buH Jq e 'b H! : r "'tM"hH lktfQhIld'usnesLl' \ ;- -: ; .MARKET O 1:11"1':6: and: Theater Diptrfcfc ytff dotmj:! ou'( at..
row flightY affair 1* expected'to .JIu1' I .1''
be 'very 6ucce fuJ. I. 't>f huhtosis and / .LpiLA I ' P' Pt After making up your weekly ".Yr1k5 : If, i i17:1: r. _f..teproO'ruuf{ 'JonpJ c 0,. ts 1Ja'G::' _

It. has becn' nnoepce4/ ,that/the dadhiff"leLsefl4aii'Swetingihd ) } ; ,, I Grocery and Meat ,list callRaker's . --- -- .. ,- .t'll I Sen&ibIP4Is.J. d . mtf: J P AlJJ;; ;.!.o.rV?{ r.
Srffiil1cdldtmith.tFollowing'! .uttona;; "II !hW'5 1.I -
am); Tom.1'rler in fP,1 dari
Grocery Phone 695 dress lig'h Yir\ ktri-de.
downstairs of the Country- Club I. I 1 ; .... .
wellrenderedJl1'P'fhing -
building whchfaas SI'LVERBIJLLETMaitine. and get the best cuts of Meat I ; : .tr., "rri\\ xtr2i fii
tbtxtfvr ,
judder ; , : f.F6t" HOr N ,
repair for sonic wceks; *has now ) \re 'i'N' I Best Quality Groceries Vege. JUj" Jr. f){& lJr45: ;
'- .
and 10-lSc ( :
were served averyNenjoyable : ; Nights :*'
been completed. An excellent' I II tables and Fruits and Select ?iraj' Elev.tir". _
evening was had by every- ""
dance 'I Poultry at BEST PRICES. -
program has been arranged one attending1. Popular Price I
for the occasion. Western and Florida Mtats .I.

(all cuts) ----
Washington Birthday
Social Club Dance
Beach Party Given Veal., Pork

On WednesdayA Grand Success Costume BallFEBRUARY 'II I Sausages lIens and of All Fryers Kinds

The Valentine Dance held last Swift Premier Hams

delightful beach party was I night at the Cuban Club under the -0- Fresh Spare Ribs

given on Wednesday by Managerand auspices of the Kappa Pi Y Club 22 1935Dinner All Ingredient for Some
!Mrs.\ ,
Peter Schutt of Casa
was much enjoyed by !he large
Marina hcnoring the ninth birthday -0- I
number attending. WF ARE OPEN SUNDAY
of their daughter Minnie- .
j emblematic of the season MORNINGS
Gardner this attended by a large I
were awarded during the evening Dancing 9.12:30
number of the latter's
friends.It young 1 I and a good program of $2.00 PER PERSON Phone 695 Free Delivery
dance music was furnished by
was ideal afternoon for 822 Fleming Street
Pritchard's Orchestra. CASA MARINA ,
an outdoor party and the swimming -I I

; *plendid.) A number of the I, ,

water young people present went in tHe SPECIAL PRICESAT --. -- -- co-4; ...

Games were then played on the FOR COCKTAIL

beach, following which refreshments ; HUB STORE PERFECTIONIDitrn
were served on the hotel p

lawn with Minnie-Gardner and her I '' :
,guests enjoying themselves very Men's summer wear is offered Fine Fishing Tackle
much. at special prices this week-end at

The Jlub, men's department.Fine .

quality linen suits are of-
Enjoyable Party fered in single or double breasted Furnished. two-story house and lot at 1307 White- -Made ByPflueger -..

Last Evening at prices far lower than they head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view
have ever sold before.A Vom Hole and South Benl
of the sea and overlooking Coral Park ,
variety of other
items in r

trunks sport shoes'!, etc. are
Valentine party at the Knights of L. P. ARTMAN,
Columbus Hall on Division street. marked at special prices. See Our Complete LineThompson's.UardwareStore-
The Citizen Office
Dancing and games were in I -S
progress following which refreshments or
of ice cream and sandwiches PEORIA I1L '
-Edwin Sullivan LONDON .5
were served. of this city 14 years old. confessed -

The party was very well attended I l that he had trained a'dOlr I CAROLINE STREEETJr
and much enjoyed by the j to stand guard while erobbed >.tJ ky Cabrera Wholesale. Grocery be. 0. sale .y I ,

guests. .tor... ,'-* 'M j, all,Ia jw.ade5'4_ : t'--t: 1"1111111111111111.I-

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