The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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White prominent. )1'': ', j '
la S butine circle in WahJ;.;i iingtOB ... WALTER: WILBUR PLANS: rPENINC"WlLL, "Dedication Ceremonies Be Held

yestarJayof caught _o"4 SPENDING VACATION1N1(, : XTMTOMORROW' FOLLOL4 0

IN CONNEC. the lineal and biggest Urn.pon .. VARIOUS OTHER SPECIMENS ,
caught in Key Welt wa-> .1 ISLAND.CITYT 3 ING'LUNCHEON


REPRESENTATIVEPATMAN This magnificent silver VISITORS AT WINTER RESORT i Tomorrow Afternoon At
MADE BY Aquarium
king measured 6 feet 1 1 H Walter Wilbur, official of the I Key West Hospitality House,

inches and weighed 147 Federal Emergency Relief Administration -
It placed the r which occupies the lower floor of
pound was on will arrive Monday for -
rack at Demeritt' fish m.rk.t : the Elks Club Duval -
on ,
vacation of month in Key
wharf and hundred vitittd .Special t. The Cltlirn) a one I '-11111111.1.
When Representative Dr. Robert 0. Van
l the dock to see the great LONG KEY Fla.. Feb. 16.- West will be opened tomorrow afternoon I

made a public'attack' on the AmerIcan Many sailfish were taken at the This information is carried in a I ANGLERS CATCH .

Legion, because it had intro- prize.Mr.. White i. on hi;* first Long Key Fishing Camp here last letter received yesterday at the I 4 oclock, following the AT MAINE PLOT MANY VARIETIESH. sen Will Deliver Dedi-

duced its own bill in Congress Twit to Key West and i* the of the local luncheon to be given at the Casa
week the season's records in housing Address
as During
of Attorney John C. catory
providing for immediate paymentof guest
Service Certificates Hayes and Arthur E. Oti; the major species, including sailfish administration, among others on Marina, after the dedication exercises HERE YESTERDAY Ward M. Quown, of
the Adjusted
the who have been coming to Key fell before the onslaught of the, same subject. at the Key West Tropical Punxtutawney, Pa. l_ D. Occasion

otherwise known as Wet for the past aix i year the largest group of anglers to Although the season is well ad- Moore and Max Silberg. of

Soldier Bonus Bill it brought Another member of the fish at this noted resort in five vanced and many of those who annually Aquarium. liON. DOMINGO J. MILORD i Kansas City Mo.,. who were

from National Commander Bel- who i i. allo on hit first fitting in Key Welt water
party visit the southland are making -: Everything wa ready todayfor'
There are to be no speeches nor GIVES ADDRESS ON OCCA.
grano the,sharp reply that the legion fi.hing,j.IIDt"in Key ->We t'water years. for several day, caught many

i* for the I veteran first. *,.i*. J. D. Sarge.pros.-.< {The sailfish list for the week, preparations ,to return received'north other-formalities, it is understood. SION; CEREMONIES ,HELD fine.fiih, during, theineieuriont. . t the 41.clicationS..d. of the w
application*i are .beingr( .
idean-af Jkhef North. iCatoIiMn. totallingi nineteen, was led with '
Key Welt
4 Visitors. tu..thel.HIMl8e will be received Tropical Aquarium.
Local .Post! Commander IJ''Crassit.itCa4pOf.ti.a.tessMUch' daily by the houungadepartment II BY WAR VETERANS The Urged catch wa made

that vof a'57pound specimen, 7 feet 11 asking for information :regardieeaccommooationLl' ; Mist! Ella Lee Cash, retwraed ,'enIyopie.ssp1nqis.rius, and .
Pinder .informed; ) The|Citizen i *' theCaptain...it.ji 1hag. ..v..' b/ S yetterdajrtwhe they garden

Representative. -Patman; {charges ..;1 gblIcti.a.4l.da.i..K..W.L- inches long taken by Frank S. '_, Mrs. Eola Swicegood and Mrs. with'.2&ffin.. mackerel, .kjng-; .... ,, in thevworld.1. l.Tae aquarium

tha'.t.h81.Jegn'.iJact.ioD"had..en" ,4I.F-BII1Wi..lllnaUh. 's.,4.d \rguimbau of Merrick, L. I., who Not only are:these applications B. II. McCalla Camp Number 5, fish, 'barracuda, .j dolphin,
was.the week's stellar performer, being received, but many arrivals Frederick i Kirtland; !.who will act groupetwand"yellow,.jack. vPhotograph.were .Mr bei.UiciaU.41edicated, at 1
United Spanish War Veterans.
5' Uo of the }boon
dangered passage also' setting the season mark for in Key West 4: legislation.and.declared the legion h ,. who amberjack.On day in the expectation of securing held their annual services yester- the party holding oma of. the I Pol)""''witlL'\.tla. cer..D/ taking
Berley Filer; have been
Arrangements con-
should have supported his currency ha been out with Attorney the day on which he took I accommodations for short or day at the Maine Plot in the local largest of the catches' and'I1 4 place in the.rear' of the build

measure, pointing out thatit Hayes and Otis, for the past his largest sailfish. Mr. Arguim-! lengthy periods. cluded to make comfortable all cemetery, commemorating, the were taken with them yetter- ja,.

manfine bau also took and liberated two I who attend the opening, and during -. the day afternoon when they entrained
had twic passed the house in several year, says sinking of U. S. Battleship
made by others, and later in the week he: the afternoon, delicious punch for their home Bleacher have been let up in
catches hare been
previous years. Mr. Pinder stated: LYNNP.TALLEYPROVES Maine in the harbor of Havana,
the., expert angler and their liberated two more. and appetizing cookies will be 1 the vacant lot adjacent to the
that Commander Bclgrano replied Besides the season's largest amberjack February 15. 1898. ,11,111..0

that the legion's action had saved U guests one.of but the that best of ever yesterday taken.COMMiffEE weighing 50 pounds, I lie BOOSTER'FOR served. At :5 o'clock George E. pencer'l i aquarium, which will accommodate
the veterans' cause from dangerous also took jacks weighing 41'-:, Out of town visitors are adjutant, opened the JUDGE BROWNE TO : about 125 person Seat
that entrance to the Hos-
further involvement in ..-III'II'I'I'I' 34, 30, 29. 29, 29 and 26 pounds, ed the beautiful wreath was placed at the I r
well wahoo. ISLAND CITY pitality House is marked by a sign for out-of-town visitors who are
financial and political fantasies. as as a 17'/i-pound
base of the monument and
old white haired PRESIDE IN CASEIN
showing an
National Commander Belgrano's Last year this angler took seven. to be in..Key Welt for the dedication
OF darkey, dressed in the costume of was pronounced as a tribute of
statement in part follows: : teen amberjack in one day at
the Old South, bowing a welcome respect to the 266 American are being reserved in the
"Congressman Patman has now I Long' Key, all-time record for PROMINENT GUEST AT CASA DADE COUNTY
made it obvious beyond further ONE HUNDRED I the camp. with extended hand indicating the heroes who died in the tragedy. first two row of the bleacher

misunderstanding that he is more I !Mrs. Arguimbau last week Accounted MARINA SAYS HE WILL ASSIST entrance. Representing the Cuban government _
of for the second-largest sailfish and the Cuban people at the ;The aquarium dedication to-
interested in obtaining -
passage VISITLARGE [ IN TELLING WORLD 4Itr A.I.... Prc-M) morrow brings to a close of
ENJOYS years
occasion Berardo
his new monetary theories than which was 7 feet :3 inches i P. 0. OFFICIAL were Rodriguez.
J. A. Mcndoza. Cuban Consul and TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 16. dreaming on the part of many
he is in having the government long and weighed 53% pounds. ABOUT KEY WEST l'

'pay its debt to the World War i There were many arrivals at Vice Consul at Key West; Domingo Governor Dave Sholtx today Key Westers who saw the dreamof

veterans. On that point Mr Pat DELEGATION SPENDING Long Key, as ideal fishing weather -- PRAISES CITY : J. Milord, former Cuban Consul Dr. Robert O, Van Deusen,

man and the American Legion nre returned. These included: "The world should be told! about l at Savannah, Ga... and honorary assigned Judge Jefferson superintendent of the Philadelphia

far the ends VISIT HERE YESTERDAY Courtenay Brandreth of Ossining member of Camp McCalla. Park Aquarium,' when he jrst
Ca apart as opposite Key West and I will assistin the I B. Browne of Key West to
conceived of such
of a pole. EXPRESSED GREAT N. Y.; Charles A. Mount. Jr., of telling. This b the gist "of 'a HARRISON PARKMAN PAYS Mr. Milord was called to the an aqJaQum'years

"It is quite true that the Pat New York; Roy Garofano of statement maac today by Lynn P. Stand by Adjutant Spencer for an preside at the trtal .of JmdgeE ago.. f 5_

man Bill has passed the House of PLEASURE. I ON VISIT Mount' Vcrnon. N. Y,; Mr. and Talley/ prominent.in. national .OFFICIAL. VISIT TO POSTMASTER .- address and he responded'yrith,the .c7iunt r.thT'U.! '""'t.DAle. It' also.. eulnsinatesneaflj.aj _,,
, : | halt of- wo'rkon
I za following words c.- and a construction
.. RfepWfchtatiWsIwice "and'right Mrs. F.13. Cooley Buffalo; Mr. :
.. fairs, who is a guest at the Casa HARRIS 1
there 'It has stopped. It has just and Mrs. Charles G. Baker of Lan- Marina.Mr. "Mr. Adjutant, dear comrades: county criminal court at Miami the aquarium. The buildingwas -

been defeated jn] of caster Pa. Mr. and Mrs. A. "I did not expect to be calledon alartedin December. |933,
aa consistently Members of the Commitee ; Talley came to Key West I
I with funds Civil Works Ad.
of the !;
the senate. The Word War veterans unanimous in I I Schwartz of New York City; A. Monday and left by yacht for a I this occasion and I am not prepared on Monday.
One Hundred were Harrison Parkman, purchasing ministration, and when that
do not want repetition of. L. Hacquaert of Ghent, Belgium; in Since his to talk much. I will say.
a few days Cuba. re- al"l Judge Collins; !i. chargedwith
their expressions of enjoyment ngent and director of building operation terminated its activities,
that I agency
failure this time and the American and Col. Edwin M. Chance of turn he has been enjoying a period though, am very 1
Legion is exerting it fullest during the visit to Key West yeS. Philadelphia. of relaxation under conditions supplies of the Postoffice I I,! to our mighty God for giving me accepting a bribe. and the Florida Emergency Relief Administration
S Department spoke highly of Key after nine carried the building*
the opportunity
does terday.
proper energy to see that it which he considers ideal.
West yesterday and hopes to return -! embezzlement through to completion.
home, to meet 'you
not happen again. Especially wr.s the luncheon at Not is West interesting asayfrom
only Key a very i
: INSPECTORS OF for'a visit.Mr. Outsiders To Attend
"Because of the widespread the Casa Marina enjoyed as wellas )) i !! place but it is a most 1 I once more in this plot where we He has been suspended
Parkman came in"the early come to and offer 1 Indicative of the interest in
public support that is now behind the tour of the city followingthe 4 delightful spot in which to spend' part of this week for an official our every tribute year of love pray and re'spect pending outcome of. the trial. the aquarium are the more than
the veterans' cause some persnshaving rest after months of, j
I luncheon during which practically a period of visit with Postmaster Sam Harris .''' to the of the 2CO 30 out-of-town visitors who will
theories about memory
new( hopes'to
pet and he
of interest was stcrnuous activity, and during his stay looked over I American heroes who lost their attend the ceremony tomorrow.
currency laws have endeavored to I i :every point return at some time in the future MRS. KEY
the city and the rehabilitation ac DlES'I The luncheon reservations at the
lives in Havana on a day I
tic their tails to the veterans' kite. : visited and explanations given. EXAM. Mr. Talley raid., I .1
AND SULLIVAN : tivities.lie "( like this watchful for the honor Casa )larina all>O indicate that a
The American Legion! does not say I When leaving on the rpecial It can be readily understoodwhy number also
large of local
I was so pleased with what of this great country and in behalf TilLSMORNING persons
these theories right INE MANY APPLICANTS to; ,
are or wrong.It conditions here will appeal
I train shortly after 6 oclock yesterday he termed a most delightful little; of liberty and humanity. are interested in the building, for
does that they are unre-, various :
of Mr. Talley's occupations -
say a man
J t afternoon many of the visitors SEEKING LICENSES city that he will return at some I "I God to allow us this approximately a half hundred
:; pray
lated to the question of the government when it is realized that' ,

paying its debt to the said they will be looking forward -- he is an as-istant to the directorsof future Parkman.date accompanying Mrs.;I same privilege in years to come FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE i local people for that have affair.made reservations

veterans as a relief and recoverymeasure. I to a return trip at an early the Reconstruction Finance 1 so we may'teach the new genera- :
J. R. Blair and J. W. Sullivan.U. of the I tion to follow the example by com CONDUCTED TOMOR- Dr. Van Deusen is to deliver
date. S. of hulls and boilers Corporation, president here this dayso j the'dedicatory.addresS, and JuliusF.
"In that spirit the American inspectors Community Credit Corporation C. SlIER COMES ing every year on -

Legion introduced a bill in response respectively, were busy )es-: member of a number of boards of -they may never forget thememories ROW AFTERNOON, . i'lI Stone Administrator.a, Jr., Florida Emergency'fbttoX"iircctoh

to the almost unanimous MRS.D.SHOLTZ I terday examining applicants applying and, : of those men who died 5' 5 Belief
trustees president of Import 1
for licenses to mo- ; HERE FOR VISIT with sweet mile their face i of Federklthe'ClvtI project>uA mandate of its Miami convention operate t of the a on
Export BanJf\ qd flfm&er! S I oord1'jl: &3.VtO[ Works JAdntolstrAtib, *',"
im:: ton boats. ." and with blessings of a dave 1r 19,
which: is limited strictly to the COMES1NTOOAY'I' President's Interdepart mental I : "''1111 1 poun- "at'ithe1Sdeditktodi'Mayor.iW'ilham .
mediate; payment of'.the AdJusted .! . More than a score of applicants Loan Corporation.The I ) ;' I try which: is a free republic today,I died at 11:15 o'clock this morn- vilL;preside H MiloneV fj5reoaiv.theqoaniais !
,, Service ,Certificates., :We have j + appeared before the board and, it t visitor-j ;to leave this ACCOMPANIED BY WIFE AND. because of the cry, 'Rememberthe .',ng at her residence on Division : ? los'behat1't

"usurped the constitutional eu-i '?" -:. -- was learned by The Citizen, none,:afternoon for Washington. D. C. 1 Maine', that ended Spanishrule. : itrrt; ,I.Jl' it.o'"" Iwi1l W.IlIt'I : \ 'f : :

thority vested liD congress to ''de-' WIFE OF GOVERNOR WILL ATTEND of them were rejected. J: -nJ! MVM. .. '" I t OTHER MMBERS OF ,' .5 I tomorrow afternoon' 3:30 o'GI t ck th 4ersonal. cityandb1iIIeawWrn1antr' J Vita -
riettd -trf Dett'ns.e
method:.off raining the) While in Key Wet the officials "The fact that ,this plot, ,is ,not I from tlF1emlnt'1et'Mdthodist 1 :
cide '
money.upon.We a believe) our plan is a i '1 AQUARIUM ,DEDICATION inspected the two-masted auxiliary(,: \ \ S. RUSSELL jJ34fl t.G crowded with American and Cuban i Church, wit f Sf fices to be longi.interested In the')' VdH31struction "will:

proper part of the government rein , S Schooner Eureka, Hall master. },, t S people men, w men and children, I conducted by Rev. Shnler Peele. I of the aquarium',
christen ,
today must not discourage It assisted: by Rev. Skondeen. The
: t you.
and program.
recovery YESTERDAY
*' "We believe both ,the house ANGLERS ENJOY DIES Carl Stier. chief .'harmacist in does not mean that the heroes of I body will be placed in the churchat I many of the. out-of-
the United States Public Health town visitors attending the dedication
and the senate will adopt I the Maire are forgotten. I ran as- 2 o'clock. Lopez Funeral Home
Mrs. David Sholtz wife of the RECENT OUTING ferrice: attached to the Marine I ceremony and luncheon
uch bill and that they would rure you that today, at this same will be in charge of arrangements.Survivors
ontinue a to support it in the face governor of ,Florida was an arrival FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEHELD Ho-jital at Ellis If land, is a visitor hour the Cuban government and I are the husband,'I. have a full day of activities included -

the afternoon train today in Key Wsct. arriving over the in.their half-day atophere,
veto. We are not fo on the Cuban people-by thousand f Richard Thaddeus Key; one con
of possible ; !
a Ernest Bigelow, deputy TOMORROW AFTERNOON ; last the is to be brief, andthere
hghway night. in Richard Theddeus. Jr. mother and ceremony
also Americans residing
of that support for a bill thatis from Daytona Beach, and -and ;
pure collector of revenue I
measure first and Mill remain for a few days. She Accompan)ing Mr. Stier were Cuba are honoring there: heroes father, Mr. and !lni. Ross Robert -I will be no speaking at the
a and Mr
at Key West Bige
so-called bonus measure last. comes principally to attend the Mrs. Stier Mrs. Waldo Leon and u a tribute of respect and remem- I :; one sister Rose Marie Rob. luncheon. S

a "It might be interesting for the dedication of the Key West Trop- low were out. fishing Thursday I !lr. and Mrs. Harry Goldberg.Mrs. brance. Cuba and the Cubans are : erts; three brothers,'El wood, Carl- S Seated 'on the speakers' platform -
and Mr Bigelow caughtall J the will be Mr.
at largeto ical Aquarium tomorrow.In old Goldberg was before marriage -I I greateful and will never forget the ton and Ross, Jr. ceremony .
the Russell
Veterans and public of the fiaL.I. William S. 32 years Stone Mayor Malene Dr. Van
Miss Yvonne ,
Baldwin. The i
Mr. Patman was a a letter to friends in Key o'clock afternoon ,I !Maine nor the American people
know the catch landed hyMr I died 2:30 yesterday Deusen, Miss Williams, and AlfredD.
i is: staying at the Baldwin ,
member of the sub-committee and West the governor writes that he *. Bigelow were a 19 in the residence at Grinnell)) home group on Ann ctreet. or the great country to which Vie PLANE BRINGS INS Crimi frescoiat.doinar the interior .
committee of the whole would have surely been here for James street. i owe our liberty. And in the name
,of the pound jewfith, another few- and I art work in the aquarium
which drafted the so-called bonus I the occasion but urgent business fish weighing six pound and Funeral services will be held 5 of "Cuba I may say God bless you which 'h4fe brought forth so much

resolution which was presentedand precludes the possibility of his at a 10 pound Snapper o'clock tomorrow afternoon from .CUBA CARRIES OUT tall. NINE PASSENGERS, favorable comment from those

adopted at the Miami conven-I tending. lie will probably be in Mr. and Mr*. Bigelow are the bomeVrf a brother, Oliver Russell who have seen his work there

tion. lie addressed the conventionon Key West within the next ten confirmed angler and' are ,ftfrftZSWhite: stteL M.I'\. 130 PASSENGERS!JOSEPH SANCHEZ "Passengers -arriving";; ; yesterday Band Selection

the resolution and stated, 'A days. regular visitors to the highway rtJj I'.} t..lrapl's io- the 'plane from Miami The program will open promptlyat

better resolution on this question bridge on the Thurtday' pal church. will officiate. on morning with a ''selection,
I whe Fred Q. Ball.'Cornelia Ball.)) p. m.
could not be written than the one COUNCIL k afternoop holiday Lopez Funeral Home will be in e '. DIESJN TAMPA Errol Smiley, Rene 0. Johnson "Ave Maria by the Key Vest

presented by this committee.' ** HOLDS ..uaHy going to the Saddle charge ,of arrangements. .% "*. : '\ Steamship' Cuba, of the 'P. and ,L TrW ohnson, Dr. Harry G. Clark. Hospitality Orchestra ,tinder the

where Survivors are Mrs.' tAlbertina //0' .-8'.,SVeompany, sailed yesterday
Bunches bridge they i 9lkde William Taradish direction fcf, Mrs. Mary Milner.
News has been received in'ttie"city r. Riso
BRIEFSESSIONThe 'were last Thurtday. Russell, ,the widow;"
GET TICKETS NOWfor A. ..a i rule they are, both Maggie-May;.three sons,.:iWi!" first'elass passengers, 17''second announcing the Floyd.Jcturping afternoon were address, present Mr, ;
6 in the
<< which
Joseph T.. Sanchez. age .
liani S.. Franklin D. and Eugene class, -two automobiles 'two toM'I
successful bat thi time !lack in Centro-Asturiano Fred Q. Ball, Cornelia Ball)), ErrolSmiley Crimi to the audience and then
regular meeting of the City forsook- the collector and all Edward; parents. Mr. and Mrs. of freight and 169 sacks of mail. occurred the A. Johnson True introduce Dr., Van Deusen. Mayor

Council last night was a very brief cut bait. George Russell and three brothers Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba Hospital in Tampa yesterday aft- Rene will briefly Miss
ho speak
"Pirates of Penzance" did says wa will be :Johnson and Dr. Harry G. Clark. Mblone
session, and ,with the exception of 1 George Oliver and Harry. yesterday ,afternoon with three ernoon. The body Williams\ will christen the I aquarium
the of an ordinance there - \1 cars of mahogany of I Key West on the steamship I
passage ; I one car and the dedication will come
Open-Air Performance
.Cuba morning for burial
was no other business handled DANCETONIGHT STOP THAT .'cylinders, two cars of cucumbers I LIVES IN TURNIPtATOtYN. to a close with the orchestra's

TUESDAY NIGHT, FEB. aside from routine matters. two cars of tomatoes, one car' of here. SMi. playing of "Marche Militaire."
The ordinance in question per- Sonvething 'New- express, 122 sacks of mail baggage . Sanchez who hid been ill be
The entire is to
HL Edwards
19 1935CALL ) -George program
I' RUST-l for about two years. ccnducted a i
tains to imposing a license tax on far Under Your and 16 miscellaneous can.; farmer of this city, declares over 130: p. m., according to the
airplanes used for hire in the city RAUL'S CLU'BFor coffee mill in Key West on Greene a S
620 Strictly Fresh Egg Robert: street for I that he found a rabbit living schedule.:
many years.Funeral
Lou Smith
I of West providing penaltiesfor and Invited
Key Member and
which Introduction of
il Law 1611 Vo.. Phitter street arrangements 'Will be in a large turnip
For Information the violation of the provisions Guests w.i.. at Catherine I f.bI4-ttJI; announced later. the center had been eaten, out. .; (Continued on Page Four)

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'O1Jt titpt il ltsi: Ctti3t"dt A $60,000,000 BRIDGE KEY WEST .IN I SPRING SHOWINGAT [1- TODAY'S WEATHER I'Temperature }\.eeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee'eToday's Birthdays

PublUhed Daily Kxe pt Sunday By Another wonder of the modern world 1 S....e.S 5CC 5...*4see...
I*. AHTMAM. PrsId.t. has been completed and dedicated to the I Katharine Cornell of New York;

From The CUUen Building use of man-the new $60,000,000 George Happenings Here Just 10 Years j probably shifting .to northwest by I actress, born in Germany j H tj
.....__, -82
Highest Sunday night.
and Ann Strefct American
Corner Greene Ago Today As Taken From parentage), 37 yean
Washington Bridge, linking New Jersey unusual display of new _..._74
I The File. Of The Citizen Lowest ...__ Florida: Partly cloudy, ,slightly, ago.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key \Ve.t and Monroe with New York City, which is the greatest Spring Silks is now being shownat Mean ......... _- _.__78 I colder in central and north portions -

County._ I suspension span ever erected, 3,500 feet the Store of Fashion. Hundredsof Normal Mean _.........__...71 I tonight; Sunday 'fair, slightly I ,
Dr. Worthington C. Ford
II Information has been receivedin materials have 3ust been Rainfall colder in northeast portion. ofj
Rntered at Key West. Florida. a* second class matter new
long. Key West that two wise men received in all the leading shades Yesterday'i Precipitation .0 Ins. Jacksonville to Florida' Straits: Cambridge, Mass., historical representative

FIFTY-SIXTH 'I EAR I It is suspended from two giant towers of Hialeah have swapped lots in and colors.I. Normal Precipitation _. .04'Ins.TM .' Moderate south and southwest of the Library of Cbn-

Member .f the A.m..rltte4 PrHa 635 feet high, these towers requiring 40-I that section: for lots in Key West. Appelrouth, manager of the *cHI sewers *4-__r erl4emilmf winds shifting to northwest over gress in Europe born at Broblr.. ;
She Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to use This, action supports the statement'made store states that this 1, ,the largest at M .VI.rk. tfcla' ...!.!.(.. I north portion; weather Partly lyn N. Y.. 77 years a?o. \jv,
..r republication several da tonight : ,
j'ago that carried and Sunday.
of silks by -
It not otherwise credited In this. paper and all) I j stock ever t --
the or local news published hero.3tnSCRhiTION the cables are anchored to the solid rockj the oom In.Key We tfjfcid on lift! 1 \hjs- store;In which '.represented: Sun rises __ _----_, 7:00 a. m.1 East Gulf: Moderate to fresh William W. Howes of South

: HATES of the Palisades, on the New York side :Flojula! Ky U tiie 4\fciibject pi!!I every..leading silk an the market Sun sets ._0.______ 6:22 p. m. northwest winds over north portion Dakota 1st Assistant Postmaster-.'

tine Tear ._. $10.0' practically! all conversation. in the i today. T' Moon rises _?.._ .5:55 p. m. I and moderate southwest winds General born at Toman. Wis.: .'4$
Six' Months i.OI they are held in place by a block bf :ttttion nirronndng$ "Miami and in' Moon 'sets __h" 6:24 a.< m. shifting to north over south por- i years ago. '

One Three Month Months__.- .. Z6.n masonry weighing 260,000 tons. There? I tat city. L ., 4 S.C C p..S Ce C ..e..C.SS-.CTOday's Full moon, 18th _. 6:17 a. m.' ticn. i

Weekly.___._.mu..._ .ZI are four cables weighing 28,450 tons To aorrew's Tide Prof. George F. Warren of dotJ

ADVERTISING RATES each. ty :Thomas 'Evejyn} steward on one'' Horoscopeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee A.M. P.M. WEATHER CONDITIONS nell, farm management expert trid,

Made known on application. of the Mallory Line ships, reported High .........__w 9:42: 9:37 onetime financial adviser to IS*

All reading notices SPECIAL, card NOTICK of thanks, resolutions of During the first 24 hours after the being robbed last night. lie was C Low _..._..____ 3:33 3:00 Pressure is low this morning President, born at Harvard, Nebr.' ,
rrppect. obituary notices etc.. will be ebarare4 for at bridge was opened to traffic more than held up by two men passing as This day gives an inquiring Barometer at 8 a. m. today: from" the lower Lake region and I 161 years ago. S

tale rate of :t cents a line. police officers, beaten and robbedof mind with good inteUige ce. Thereis Sea level, 29.92. north Atlantic states southward
Nollea for entertainments by churches from which 60,000 passed over it. It is .
: I I. . .
lands and C S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S
t revtnu* Is to be derived are 5 cents & line. packages and money. lie was a tendency to acquire over Florida and eastern Gulf of
*tIe Cltlaen Is an open forum and Invites discus. estimated that not less than 60,000,000 struck Lowest Highest PEOPLE'S FORUM
rtu.1. of public Issues and subjects of local or general with a club held by one of become attached to home sur- Mexico, Eastport, Me., 29.56) \'
ttttrett but It will not publish anonymous commun). vehicles will cross the bridge during its the men when he hesitated about roundings. It develops a"'&good citizen StationLast Night Yesterday inches, and Pensacola, Fla., 29.80 I.CS S CSSS5CSeS S S 5SSSS S S.
: _.__ 36 58
atl'ins. turning the Abilene
over packages. Lateron
first of
operation.This inches while
year public-spirited, who ; a high pressure: area i DEFENDS MERCHANTS
two men were arrested and ,really : Atlanta u_' 60 66 ,
crested over the Plateau region .
great and useful structure is a positively identified by the stew will prosper and be respected by i Boston -...- 36 52 overspreads the country eastwardto I I

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST monument to the skill of its designer, O. ard. They have been placed in his acquaintances. Buffalo -.....--. 30 44 the Mississippi Valley, Salt i After reading Forum the article in lnPeople's "A

ADVOCATED BY TilE CITIZEN H. Ammann, 52, Swiss-born chief bridge jail. One is under bond of $5,000 I Charleston _..... 56 62 Lake City, Utah. 30.10'nche!.'Friend of Key West signed," I by cannot
_..._._ 28 40
and the other under bond of Chicago I'
$2.- Rains
LEGALS have occurred during the
engineer of the New York Port Authority, 36 refrain from expressing my opin?
500. Denver last 24 hours in the south Atlantic
-:lion to the attitude of Key
1. Water and Sewerage. who came to this country at the age of 25 I.KG\I. NOT1CBPursuant Detroit ._,.__ 28 42 states, except in southern I West as merchants. '"

2. Bridges to complete Road to :Main- and is now a naturalized American citi John Phillip Soura, the noted of 'Iorl.la. the to Chapter und..uhrnf'd l 14891.will Laws Tffff Galveston __ 52 70 Florida, being heavy in northern [I I I have lived 'in Key West sixteen .
'Havana ..: __ 70 -
land. zen. bandmaster stated yesterday on until 10:00: a. m. onVd Florida, Apalachicola 1.54 inches! years; I have traded with;ev;
193$. at theuv.rnors Huron ..._..._. 24 34
his arriyal by boat from Havana nesiay.February. and Jacksonville: 1.00 inch,, ''and "
. , ery .dry goodi merchant"here. .J 3
Free Port. : 4: OffU-e JLp TaLiabaSsce.Florida Jacksonville ..._ 60 74
MAINTAIN AN OPEN MIND that hi\had been ,robbed. of $400 neale<1 offerings. of maturedor there has been rain or snow. in the have always found'each'one most
4';. Ilotelaant Apartments. while waiting: i Havana unmaturnI'Ji' .k I" and. Hrldice. Kansas City 34 40 .5 Plains States. northern jTexas/the
atjtlie,J pier Bonds of courteous:anil.always hrterested! in,
t' Refunding '
Highway or _. 74 ;82
Bathi'D for the stea'mer! Jo Key: West. Mr. FWRIl KEY middtef&fississippiJ Valley; "and and5
6. !Pavilion. Ji- ;: MONROK COUNTY 44 -56 trying .to, 'please : supply hay
.. d. The young people of Key West have Sou!'_. wife! and daughter 'Were All offerings! submitted MUST SUBSK-BE Little Rock ; ] from :the Lake region and'upper j i\vanu.b t,never,}has oe'of th !
1>AYS .__ 50 66.
6. Aquatlum, riHM Foil Los Angeles '
', : guests lasj;,night at, the Casa Ma- OF OI'KN- Ohio Valley eastward over northern made toe : jo influence '! .
1(1 1 ; H.\ t .many things to expect during the course of QUKNT TO TJIK PVTK 38 56,. | effort' }
, t\i or J..a ,Iand.se! rica. iTh' famous "march king" 1NG I. *.. throuKh-),Iaroh 9. 1925.: : Louisville New England.TemTwtat'nreS take-,what Ijlifl;;('not"wa fi'or' But
: :l.ll .1' jto
their lives. To refer back fifty years reminds 'i and must Mat 'fullname and de- Miami .__......_. 70 80. have fallen fronf the'.tkk '
was in vubawriting music descriptive regionand t" ot{
8. .QoD.Wl1idatIon'cif.iCounty: t and City arriptlon of, bvn4s.r, Interest rat., _ 24 36 .gest that, .I, should l 1raIe eJse-)
us of the great improvements that of tne old and new Cuba, date of Issue date Of maturity, and Minneapolis h upper Miss irYahle1sduthr.ward s .t where. In fact, l'Jive'1requeDtJj
Governments. . price asked. Bonds that are In default New Orleans ._ 60 78 rot.lt'and in the '
but since lib experience on the to the Gulf ; been dvieJ.as'to where 1 might
-- have been made. The life of every personis of Interest must heoftered at New York __._ 36 48 -
island has decided he will not : shall beunderfttootl Plains and west Gulf states, with
l FLAT price which price : find the article that he did ,nol
easier today because of the inventionsand asked Pensacola _.: 58 68
-- publish his composition but reserve to be the price readings below zero this morningin have in stock.

.Too often the distinction between developments that have come into it for use by his band. for I>ITB such niFAULTKI bonds WITH OK ALL I'NPAID PAST I ICOUPONS Pittsburgh .__._._ 42 68 I northern Michigan. but are still i I I feel that one who has lived, -
,. St. Louis __. 34 46
true and false is identical with mine and common household use. hereby given ATTACHED that If and any .oU".1Is suchcoupons I Salt Lake City; 20 32 1 above normal throughout the here as long as I have must .un-
Following communication with have been detached prior to u greater part of the country. derstand and appreciate the kindness -
thine. This material progress is certain to I San Francisco 50 58

_ _ _ _ ow, continue. Fifty years from. the present I Governor John W. Martin orFlori.It. delivery) purchased of any bereunder bonds 'ac..el1t.Jlandlor the face I, Seattle _......: 42 54 t ........................ and show interest and feel that l for our their merchants -
the Oversea Highway Association will be
value of such missing coupons Tampa ...____. 68 80 ,
The super-genius type includes all time people will look back upon today with I met last night in the deducted offerings from must be purchase submitted price on; thisbasis and Washington ..._ 36 62 Today In History I customers.

fathers and of West who fail sympathetic sorrow for the "hardships"that chamber of commerce and elected Sealed envelope containingsuch Williston _,_ 12 24 I S 5.S...S...S..........S S I Yours cordially
m.others Key the governor as! chairman of the offerings shall plainly Male on i FRIEND OF TIlE MERCHANTS.
we endure. Our boasted civilizationwill I Its face that It U a proposal for. the 1804-Lt. Stephen Decatur
about West. ,
to brag junior. association. A vote of thanks was sale of Monroe County bonds. WEATHER FORECASTTill Key
seem crude, indeed, beside the refine extended the board of county The right Is reserved to reject'' burned captive U. S. frigate Phil-I Feb. 16, 1935.Subscribe .
commissioners for any and all offerings or portions of : adelphia in harbor of Tripoli, call 'fI
ments then existing. prompt actionin offerings. ( 8 p..m., Sunday) ed the "most bold and daring exploit -
There are more automobiles than calling the election to vote on 3TATK HOARD OF ADMINISTRATION The .
The lesson for to learn from the Key West and Vicinity: Partly i of the I
us OF FLORIDA. ,age. :
the bond issue of ;
locomotives, but this doesn't mean that the 2650000. David Sholtz. Governor. as Presi,
,, ,
truths outlined above is the ephemeral dent. \
is always right. _
rr.ajority 1826-First issue of Liberia
J M. State Comptroller. as -
nature of achievements How dear to hearts the Lee / LPrtly
present and the our are Secretary, I Herald. Africa's first paper edit- SPEND
of scenes of our childhood when fond W V. Knott, State Treasurer. as t .
necessity keeping our minds out of I ed by Boston man.
We shouldn't be too hasty in calling recollections present them to Treasurer. febllt I j YOURVACATION
conservative ruts. Every man and woman view. It has not been
a man lazy. The poor fellow may be Buffering 'I very long IN: riHfllT COI'HT. STATE OF I 1871-End of FrancoPrussianWar.
can aid civilization in its upward ago when the people of Key West FLOHlliA. T\\'F-' TUTH Jl'DlC'lAL -' :
from voluntary inertia. went forth bedecked (ChttCtlT MONROE COUNTY. ;
trend by remaining alert along gaily
mentally, always I l\ CIiACE1t.
looking for improvements and be- streets passing beautifully trimmed DOROTHY JANE RICE. ."" SETS FIRE 'TO HOME ,I ,THIS YEAR IN, :
never ,
I homes? nIt in. honor of. Washing Complainant I IVII. II
Key West would improved if all .
V ing completely :satisfied with what we 'en I. ton's Birthday anniversary. Leta ERNEST M. RICE I ABERDEEN.' Scotland.: -Mrs. FLORIDAI II

citizens forgot to be envious and took pridein joy. recall that time and celebrate in Defendant. j I 1 Sarah Mitchell of this city was arrested -I
the of another. a fitting manner this holiday ORDER OF PUBLICATION Cloudy .jf IlEAlJH!
accomplishments >>
one An open mjnd to accept future revelations : It appearing by the sworn bill on a charge of setting fire 'joUl
which comes this year in the midstof filed In the above-stated cause thatErnest her divorced hus-
the home
cloudy tonight Sunday; modj j i to of
is an asset worth possessing. business M. Rice the defendant therein 1
the greatest activity j 1"I""II"CIIII"IIIIIIIII.h'l'IIII.lI.lIJ"\\\
named. Is a nonresident of the crate south and southwest winds ,band. \
Dean Inge says the only way to remain experienced in Key West in many State of Florida and whose address ....
la Mtlford. Delaware and that he is --- --,
orthodox is not to think at all. Many years.
THE CIVITAN AWARD over the age of twenty-one years;:
find little difficulty in remaining orthodox. It is therefore ordered that saidnonresident
defendant be and he Is
Last night the of the
- opening hereby required to appear to the
(Tampa Tribune) Shrine circus was attended by a bill of complaint filed in Bald cause

Salt added to grapefruit will' make it The Civitan Club's annual award for out- crowd numbering_ several thousands on April or before A. D. 1935.Monday otherwise the 1st the day allegations of,' 11 REE FREE

of Key Westers and of said bill will be takenas
civic a number -
sweet contributor standing service
says a to Believe It Or was never more worthily or confessed by said defendant.
of visitors. Before the first
Not. We will see for ourself and chroniclethe deservedly bestowed than on yesterday when it i It Is further ordered that this or-
performance was completed there der be published once each week l I TO LADIES OF KEY WEST'DISHES
experience later. was given to Peter O. Knight. was a great number waiting for for four consecutive weeks In TheKey q
I West Citizen a pewllpap..rpubllshf'd
The award is made each year by a committee the show to end and the second In said County and State. AND HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES
performance to begin. This February ICth. 1935.
From the news pictures it is observed I appointed by the Civitan Club.made, up of the 1! (SEAL) ROSS.Clerk C.Circuit SAWYER.Court.' 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY 3

that most persons who have become Presidents of the city's civic clubs an officer of I I Editorial Comment: Soon there \VM.Solicitor II. MALONE for Complainant.

prominent had the foresight to have photo the Chamber of Commerce and editors of the two will be so many rich people in Key l..hU.3: marZ-9-l, 1935, t 'BEGINNING. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, UP TO AND 'INCLUDING ,

graphs taken early in life. daily newspapers. It is not violating the confidence I West there will be none left to :NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSFor I ,SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23

of this committee to state that the award look down upon. the of receiving Tax Wewantall: JacbeaJn. Key West to .drop in and look over our stock, ,
'A.:..._ ip. ." for 1934 was made unanimously and without a Returns. I will be In the several 4 write on M card (which we .rill furnish) what' you think we should carry
The cross-countri.1i: y; 11l..tueDartmouth By request of the Vero Beach precincts In the county as follows: p in(stock that we haven't at reaeut '
winter carnical was von, of all w word or whisper of dissent. In deciding upon the basketball team the. game in Key Monday. Feb. ::s.. 13.1Preclnct.JttuitUUardner'a pharmacy. ,t SE-r .,. .. , .

."r cipifnt of the distinction the committee does not West scheduled for tonight has 3.00: a. mvITeclnct 'A'-SPECIAL'PRIZEOI: *.33 PIECE: DINNER will be awrdedforthe
people, by a Floridian, IUch1ttdurr d c uu confine, itself-strictly. to the one year, but takes been called off. A telegram from a. m."A No. i.. Ice Bros. 9:30 best suffgestipn'drawn:Irons the w-ttAlaily [five suggestiotu on SaturdayDAI1Y

of West Palm Beach, Florida.A Havana states that due to the rain PreeinetNoj5} : AlburjTa Service Evening, FeIuary'23, -' n!, x r. \ :. : U: A 'or.s !.I T."I .
into account the continued, consistent and last night the game between the Station, 10.60 a. m. r OY ui ait" t o

cumulative public work and achievement of thecitiI41uring Vero aggregation spa the ,Havana Store Precinct,' 10:30 No.a.-4 m.IrecmetiKovJfcT:. Long's Furniture : PRJZES; ; *" :ejTHURSDAY tIr

traveler jri\<|clare.tytqindir, 1 holds i ? his entire residence in Tampa. University! was postponed and will ) Einhorn'8 Grocery. 'FEBRUARY'21 :
many valuable secrets' wMtr/woufd\ ; be of be pa/ed tonight. 11 Precinct; a. m. u.H&rrls 'Grammar h ,
value For nearly half a century Peter O. Knighthas I School. 11:30 No.a.< snPrecinct .. ,. L" 1st .Prize.:-. I Large; Ornamental 1st Prize, -1. Larger' Cauifdry; :
to the Western world. A good '
many '
been a citizen of Tampa, and it would con- No. 7: Monroe County Mirror.. BaskeL'
Explosion of dynamite 'chargesthis High School. 12.00: noon. .
of the Occident would like to know
No.8 Woodburn's 2nd PrlEe--l Water Set (Six 2nd Prize 1 Castiron Breakfast
sume much more than this page to recite the items morning was a sign that work Precinct : -
how Gandhi reduced to 96 Grocery. 10:00 a. m.
pounds.If .
Glasses Skillet.
and instances of his service to the community. Asa of making excavation for the Precinct No. 9: Islamorada Post- ).
; foundation of La Concha Hotel office 1:::10 p. m.Precinct '3rd Prize-- 1 Large Platter. 3rd Prize-1 EggBeater and 1
lawyer he has been diligent and devoted in the No. 10: Tavernler Post-
those who chisel The Citizen by was started and the great hostelryof office, 3:00 p. m. I :Measuring Glass.
on performance of his duties to his clients, and, on Key West for commercial bvsi- J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER.
borrowing the neighbor's could hear Tax Assessor Monroe County. fUESDAY: FEBRUARY 19 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22
paper occasion, it has been charged that these duties ness is now under way. I feblC-lt PrizeI'Artistic 1st Prize-1 Artistic Cheese and'I
I Casserole
what the subscriber about them they j 1st
says j ran counter to the best.interests of the 'city; but and Plate. Cracker Serving Dish. .

would most certainly cease the practice.The these charges in nearly every case, have originated CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF l 2nd PrlzeQt.. Aluminum. Pot 2nd prize-1 Double Aluminum

complaint is against those who are in political rancor or personal jealousy.We THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF I With Lid. Boiler.
able to not those who would be the 3rd Prize-1 Dust Pan and
3rd Prize-Steel Frying Pan.
believe it will be the just judgment of KEY WESTas .
first to do ao if their.finances permitted. fc Brush.
every fair-minded Tampan that Peter O. Knight at the close of butiaets December 31, 1934, j .
always has held his loyalty as a citizen of his city Comptroller'RESOURCESLoans Call 1 I I WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 1st,Prize-1 Artistic Aluminum1st

"Senator" Trammell voted against the I I state and nation higher than any other loyalty.We and Investments .... 305,639.43 i Prize-I Electric Toaster. 4 Qt. Tea Kettle. .

world court, says the Lake City Reporter, would not attempt to give here even a brief Overdrafts __-___.. ,71.61 2nd Prize-1 Glassbake Dish. 2nd Prize-1 2 Qt. Hot and Cold S

"and we commend him for his fine judg- record of the occasions on which he has demonstrated Banking House, Furniture I I 3rd Prize-:1 Large Alumjnum Thermos Jug. .

associate this and Fixtures 4-iJr..i 33082.33 3rd Prize 6 Ice' Tea Glasses.
ment. with Pan.
Why country this >> -
unselfish type of citizenship to the Bonds of States and 'Po \

Mussolini. Hitler, Stalin and even France?" great advantage and benefit of Tampa and Flor- sessions of the>Uaittd! "v!'. v. . I. Daily prizes will be drawn tTcT evening.> First card drawn will get

Or with Franklin D. Roosevelt States ,.. t. f>" I . ..139,370.63Other card second 3rd third
even and ida. Through his nation-wide personal acquaintanceships Bonds and Securities . 74,204.03. first prize second prize; card prize. .:

Wood row \\'ilson.-Port Myers News- and connections, he is enabled to accomplish .,.. stork of the Federal' .e1" I' : From the .d ily saffestiens we will also select the 'five best, for each

Press. things for this;; city which no other man (cad' I S" \* serve Bank Federal, Deposit 6,000.00Temporary day. One will be drawn from, these 30 suggestions on Saturday Evening, ,

Insurance fund 1,954.01 February: ;3. The winaer to receive .a 33 PIECE DINNER SET.
accomplish-and he has never hesitated to use

"When the mother of Bruno Richard that powerful asset for the advancement of Tampa United ment States Obligations Govern.direct We aim to carry a complete line of household merchandise We

Hauptmann heard her son's fate she cried and the benefit of his fellow-citizens. and fully guar- .,- want 'you to call every day pext week and tell us wbatwe_ should have. :
anteed ,.$832.744.73
out that he could never, have beeen guiltyof A Florida editor a few days ago referred to Cash and due from Banks 495.168.97 1327913.70

so ghastly a crim.e and that he did not Peter 0. Knight as "Florida's Public Friend No. $1,88!, 35.T9 I Swtk Florida i CorinnAg & .Engineering. Co .1 \

: get a fair trial in America. Nothing less 1." It was with this thought and conviction, bothas ABILITIES .. .

could be expected from the anguish of a 1 to Florida and Tampa, that the comrdittee unani- Capital _- $ 100.000.00 Poe. 5M fiit -.. Efea StreetsS I

mother's heart. The world sympathizes I mously selected him for the Civitan Club award Circulation Surplus and -Undivided- ...Profits. - - --.----- 10e.o".0"55,007.42 c.y... ..... It wertfey f &e bet"

4 with this woman, but this crime demands' for outstanding, consistent: : and' resultful: civic! Deposits , --- 1.633.228.37 L-

the expiation. ''" .I ,,)J
supreme eerric. . ' -_ i.-q : ' 1.888.235.19 'I I"'I""Ar'i ,
'" .... .., ..... .t. . <. ,' .. :, I; .1'; --r . .. "
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AN ORDINANCE OF THE MOSCOW.-An exploring party
A RA/DfiRt ROtttANCtf RY vAN'EYANt tdYNOPSIS CITY OF KEY WEST, PROVIDING of this city found a desert'Russian TOMORROW

\ FOR A.LICENSE tribe who had never heard

tun eom iaM:Utste Tht Montana, rftefMUrt. Kid asa from the door to the'chair.,What' SPORTS TAX FOR THE OPERATIONOF of the world war, the czar's deathor

Uetiean. to Help Mateo Rubrlt C your ranter"Benito v AIRPLANES FOR HIRE the soviet government.;
and Brother Pateuat filch tin Ganaaald the big man. STARS AND TROPICALS TO
emerald crown of Our Lady from : and AND PRESCRIBING CER-
the string It
tkt Governor of D.royac,o stole put on TAIN REGULATIONS AND More than 1,000,000.'adults 'attended PLAY FIRST; STARS AND
it from tkt church Kntrrit It at the table. But don't try to bolt '
friend't lou U Duraj/a.and Uon PROVIDING PENALTIESFOR school of some kind in the
trough the door. Because there's a
f m4 U at an '... trying to trt*. United States during the SLUGGERS IN SECOND
Kotlta" to kelp "<... fioUa rasa real witchcraft Inside this gun of
away after Aa ihovt Aer mvcA mine." THEREOF.BE school year.regulations.
iiirt Montana tells IHgutl
Santo money, her father, that .A, willreturn. Benito Garza,with a stupefied face: IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY
obediently untied the string I and BOXING CARDARRANGED LOPEZ PLAYERS IKEY WEST DOWNS COUNCIL OF KEY WEST: provided by the rules There will be a doubleheaderat

brought It to the table. He 'stood Sec ,1. All persons operating and regulations in force by the the Navy Field tomorrow aft

Chapter 11. back against the wall, lifting hIs ., ; FOR DOWNDAIRYMEN MIAMI, OUTFITAT I airplanes for hire within the City United States Government. or any ernoon. In the first game the
trickle of blood department thereof.
SHE STRING and to his face. A of Key West shall pay a license Acevedo Stars will play the La
ran down from a great bruise over, Sec. 5. Any violatingthe
tax to the City of Key West in person
SANTOS got np and stumped from, one eye. The eye Itself began. !'to :I MONDAY NIGHT: GYM LAST NIGHT I 1 the sum of Fifty ($50.00))' Dollars provisions of this Ordinance Tropical Club, who are leading
the I'com. well, redden close. I,GAME' LAST NIGHTAT BAY- per day, for each airplane operated shall be fined not more than Fifty the league, and the Sluggers in

"Shall I sleep,here?" asked Mon "Sit down said Montana. I I provided airplanes carryingmore ($50.00)) Dollars or imprisonednot the second game.

tana. his Garza sank into a chair, keeping: ROJAS AND RAMIREZ TO BE K )-;VIEW PARK'RESULTtS; )IN. VICTORY WAS DECISIVE than two ((2)) passengers more than Sixty ((60)) days, The batteries for the first game
grip on the side.of It with one I AND
"If yon dare." answered Miguel hand though to second .. SCORE OF 15 TO 4'in shall pay a license tax of Seventy- or by both fine and imprisonmentin will be Martinez and Rodriguez;
prevent a
Sl.ntAnd: HI send'out a man to I magical aa .fall SEEN IN MAIN EVENT O-F ALSO CONCHS' FIFTH CONSECUTIVE Five ($75.00))' Dollars per day. the discretion of the Police for the Stars and D. Navarro and

Said license to be paid daily.Sec. Justice. Joe Navarro, the famous brothers
lake care of your horse. "How long have you known PROGRAM IN AN EIGHT. WIN ON HOME
I 2. The provisions of this I All ordinances for the Tropical boys.
of ordinances
osltar asked the Kid. or parts
When he got to the door he paused a very loosely and poorly:
"May the devn-" began Garza. ROUND BOUT COURT OVER VISITORSA Ordinance shall not apply to airplanes I in conflict with this ordinance I In the second game the great
and jald J believe that
"Jose. Funeral
: you played the Lopez
game I Joe
to steal tha emeralds.I "Hush!" said the Kid, and Garza. I operated by any branch of are hereby repealed. I House will pitch for the Stars
are I believe yon want them for the, was hushed. I Home. defeated the Adams ten the United States Government, I This ordinance: shall take effect and Bethel will be in there for the

bishop and not for your own pocket How long have yon known, (By OSCAR PITA) last,night to the tune of 15 to 4. record never before equalledin and shall not apply to airplanesused immediately upon its passage by i. Sluggers.The .

I believe that yon took that gold all oaltar Boy, oh boy what a fight cardthe The leaders at bat were Machin in inter-state or intra-state the City Council approved by the first game will start at 1:30
"A year-two "ears-how can I the history of basketball in Key commerce, operating from regular I Mayor and o'clock sharp.
away from a gringo .gambler. I believe high school has lined for and Ingraham with three safetiesin publication accordingto
brave and ell? It isn't the time that counts In up West was made last night when air.fields or airports at other law.
that: are a very I
you Monday, night: Baby Rojas vs. Joe five times at bat. M. Lopez hit
clever man. And yet still yon are he knowing of a girL""That'a t! Key West High i won a decisive points into the City of Key West Passed, first reading this 15th. Because of an odd mix-up over

.great. liar!!" ,true," answered Montana Tarzan Ramirez;Kid Young Pelican Figueredo Battling vs. Kid two safely in four times at bat.i 42-8 victory over Miami MilitaryI and from Key West to points out day of February, A. D., 1935. the legal election date, 30 or more

After that be went out, followed : But you can see she told you the ; vs. In the field Baker and Kerr were side of the City of Key West to Passed second reading this 16th. Mississippi towns which held elections
truth. Zarate and Jack Solano Tampa I Academy at the School
High GymI
t There's the gold on the table. vs.
by the bow which Montana had risen : II the leaders. regular landing fields or airports.Sec. day of February, A. D., 1935. November 6 had to vote allover
to give to hie hoeL You can lee some more of it on the Tiger. A show that will be Score by innings: R. II. E. I I r.asium. 3. Airplanes operated for Passed:!! third reading this 16th again on December 11. The

Now that he waa perfectly alone. floor.-' packed with excitement All these Lopez 251 041 020-15 14 5 I I Playing five games here with hire as provided for in Sectionone day of February, A. D., 1935.' confusion was caused by the fact
"She told! what she would tell
real honest to
the Kid drew ,out of his pocket .a me?' queried you Benito Garzaj leather boys are goodness t Adams 300 100 000- 4 8 1 J out-of-town teams the local boys ((1)) of this Ordinance, shall LEO H. WARREN I I that a new law provides that
thin stingers.& Batteries Lunn have won every one. Last night's not during hours from 11 President j towns electing officials
amal! ball.of very hard twine Not a word.But she had a look in' : C. A. Lunn operate City Council for two-
.Frptn'the: lower hinge' of the open, her eye when she left they Sit quietly The main event of eight rounds and Ingraham;'Wud. T'nes.an, I game completed the schedule of A. M. to 12 M. on Sundays.. Attest: :. year terms should hold electionsin

door h*.tied It'across to the bottomof there. Be patient. Benito;;faneS you'll'; duration will bring together that A. ,Rodriguez.; games |to'plA'ye'd here with out- Sec. 4. Airplanes operated for I WALLACE PINDER I December, while others,elect in

a chair. After that, ha' eat'down. aee her,again beforelong. think.'t pair of hard-hitting middleweights, Summary; Home run: C. Lunn; of-town teams. hire as provided in Section Cine City Clerk. November.>

'at the table; with his"back'turntjd, U 'II' j. ',..U4'I u.'I" Rojas and Ramirez. Which of the two 'base hits: Machin, Kerr,I The Conchs literally swept the ((1)) hereof shall be equipped I 'Approved* this 16th day of

squarely, to1'the door; and took upa F.NITOvatmogoiass. low and two has the most! hardest, effective Sweetng, ;',) tOl n base: Machin; Miami Cadets off 'heir feet, rolling with the most approved noise sup. February,'I,A. D.. 1935. .BEARUP'S'DRY CLEANING

: scrap of PiPeton'whfcb h"'wrote: B",,t>teAilt4r! ,ralsedMs hand and blow is hard to determine. I sacrifice-'hit' : Jones; struck put: up a 7-2 lead in the first quar pressing equipment or device and WM. H. MALONE, WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST.P'HON& .

Roswby? ; .are'yon angry Y/qur/ meared th* blood on.hla face. with- Baby Face, a right hander, short jby I I Lunn 1, by Ward 3, by Tynes'l ter. The Military boys never sallied shall comply with all rules and fb7-lt t' ''Mayor.I .15Z.M. dec20

good. ?wishes I could never buy;,but outs stopping the small flow of It. and stocky possesses one of the ;. walks: Ward 6, Tynes I, C. the half ending 17-4. At the -
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time and trouble and a little danger Some of the red ran down into his best right hands of the fight gamein Lunn 0; hits: off C. Lunn 4 in 7 close! of the third quarter the I --

should be paid for. I suppose that mustaches and soaked and made town. In his only two starts :innings, off Ward 9 in I 5 innings; score stood 31.6 and the game

you will send some one now.big and half of the fine spring of them droop this season, the wild bull has scor-|double plays: Baker to Sweeting'to was concluded, 42-8. A glance at I

proved and strong to see whether down and blood still ran from the as many knockouts. lie upset the A. Lunn Nodine to Garcia to these scores show that the Cadet itoo4winkel1
he or I ought to be wearing this bedraggled> tip and splashed unheeded dopsters some three weeks ago 'Castillo; time of game: 1:4Q umpires quintet succeeded in accumulating ,

cult of yellow leather with all the on the tight trousers leg of Garza. when he sent the great Duke Warren : Lopez. Gonzalez and Hale. two points in each of the four post t

silver spangles scattered over it. But the Kid was smoking his of Atlanta, down to the mat I I quarters. ACCEPTING
second cigaret before the girl .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-- -- ---- --- ----- IMITATIONSTo
"Besides. If he wants an extra reward appeared with crashing blows to the ribs. --------------1 The wonderful record made this
after drawing the blood or the In the open doorway. Her eyes .
In Ramirez the from down year by the Conch five firmly establishes To set the ordinal Davis flOO% Pets Paint
brains out of me he can pick up the were wide and blank with a vague( guy CLASSIFIED for
five hundred dollars from the table seeing. like that of a sleepwalker, I los Pinos way will be meeting a them as a favorite I MADE;IN BALTIMORE / romt'AIIIIWII

and the floor. By his size and hIs or the vision of second eight tighter of his own type. A bob 1 the district tournament. look for Davfc too% Pure PaintfEta/oftca.Meta ........
strength. I shall know how much "Here is Benlto. I kept him so that who can match punches strengthand COLUMNFOUND The line-up was as follows: this Label imitated, but never duplicated. ..--..--

value me. I sit here, therefore you could see that be is not very boxing ability against the vet- Miami Military Academy- Davis 100% Pare Paint P conform*? with ===:
yon and pray that be may be very big. much hurt said the Kid. eran Rojas. Ramirez is a south ........................ Lightfoot, rf; Dozier, If; Ervin, c; all pore paint Laws and/1. the only pint :. --

No matter how much he may She made no answer. Garza did paw and this will be one great ad- Brown rg; Culver, Ig. that carries a guarantee|of parity.bok ---

frighten me. therefore-he will also not exist in her eywi. vantage in his favor as the wild J' Key West-Smith, rf; Rosam, ( for this Guarantee an'the Label- =.

make me smileSomething = Now that she's here again," said bull has never,bucked up against, )WHITE DOG with license tag If; Ed. Woodson. c; Knowles, rg;

fainter than the soundof Montana, "10U can take your knife a portsider. Neither of the ,two number 25. Owner may have Saunders, Ig.Substitutes. we a.w ooBomncnon witfcmy otUM rues M.nsf.aanr d.aw.aiLr seer.. d+it dtL
AO ov acodwu an aud* by w in Bilt or< uU sold *hro il> Dwkn.*>
and from the table. Garza, and Miami Military X
heartbeat stirred the stairs gun Mercedes : >
a on know much of the science side of dog by calling at
outside the house. lean us. Good fortune on the road Academy-Sakobie, J.. Wadley TEHHDAV1S t '. M11'
the game. They both fight very Hospital and paying for this ad.
The pencil of the Kid ran on and with the senoritas. open. A knockout is predicted in feb1 -2t and Sakobie, S; Key West$. V.
swiftly: But if he changes his mind Garza picked up his weapons, this contest. Which of the two Woodson, Anderson and Car- G. C. ROBERTS Corner krefoe aid WiUkm Streets
swayed for an instant In hesitant in-
about taking me away,how long will declalon. AU his nature must have will go down for the full count is FOUND I bonell. I

!It be before yon come yourself pretty hard to venture. I FOUND Owner -- -- -
been urging him to renew the fight ; Bicycle. can recover
hrsngb.t !pqe ,.r..nosUar'. which had, been ended almost as It In"'the. semi-final go the fans it from Deputy' Sheriff ;4T111".illl.l.'III'III '
He bad written to that point when, began. will be treated to a boxer versus Ray Elwood by describing wheel

he heard the noise of a caught Perhaps It was the shock to his a fighter contest in which Young and paying for this advertisement

breath, like a grunt of effort and head and the more fatal blow to his figueredo will be pitted against :C111.4T"IIIIIIIIIII.I"IIII.I. .I"IIIIIIIIIJIi
he whirled from the table with a febU-3t'j
vanity that made him turn with
the well known king of the jun. .
in his hand In time to see a huge
gun lowered head and leave the room, Kid Tarzan FOR RENT
gles; Tarzan. was seen 1
fellow with convulsed face sprawl
a and pass stumbling down the stairs _
in action last Monday night against
Ing forward In midair a knife shin. outside. I APARTMENT FOR RENT modern
Rojas, who, after almost being
lug; In his outstretched hand. And still the girl was staring. conveniences, 644 William
knocked out in the second round,
The chair was groaning forward "Coma a little closer said Mon. street. Apply Valdes Bakery.'
along the floor.lie must have leaped tana."Benito Garza is a gallant sort came back with' surprising strengthto febl6-tf DOYOUKNOW

from the doorway to get at the of a fellow, after all. He wouldn't put his younger opponent out r ,

stranger and drive the knife home leave without making some little with a clean blow to the chin. 5 OFFICES in the Hellings Build. .

between the shoulder blades. offering to you Roslta. And here'sa Figueredo is the better boxer ing, 319 Duval street. Apply to.

pin with two good ruble on 1L It I without a doubt but he will have F. W. Roberts 803 Olivia
A S he struck face down, flailing win hold that rose in your hair. You to keep on the offensive if he expects street. febll-12tx S i That for the small sum of .

on the floor the barrel of Mon see? Like this. Now look at yourself I I to win. The Tarzan lad hasa

tana's: gun rang loudly on his skull in the mirror!" whale of a punch and if he putsin FEMALE HELP WANTED
The big ran pulled up his legs and As he stepped back from her
one on the right spot Figueredo One Dollar down and One Dollar month
straightened them again slowly I. smiling she exclaimed In a whisper will'be listening to the birdies ADDRESS ENVELOPES at home, per
with a shudder. Then he lay still "El Keed!"
sing., They will travel six rounds.In sparetime; $5 to $25 weekly.
Montana turned him on his back The name hit him hard. It had '
He was no common man. Murder been hunted too many hundreds,too the main preliminary the field Experience work. unnecessary.Send stamp for we will install a fully enameled S

must hare paid him very well 1 In many thousands, of miles through well known Kid Pelican will stackup 'particulars. HAWKINS, Dept: '
times and he had on a sn the Joe Zar-
past put Old Mexico. Perhaps there was a against popular
perlor smile In the twist of his long bit of cold fear In his eyes as com ate. This pair put up a dandy ,649, Box 75, Hammond, Ind.feb16.ltx. MODERN .

mustaches. In the close fit and the prehension came slowly. Into those scrap at the gym some three weeks J GAS RANGE ,.,>

brilliant braid of his jacket, and the of the glrL ago with Zarate getting the ver- MISCELLANEOUSCASH '11 .,. tI'; ';";;;:: I" "
tmkorf'SlUc-of the lash whitfi 1H N4Irmbeff"she: : ) said' dicfr after six rounds of fast and i'r' .
r/A I .,WCtAarouf4)1e; waf !.: JTJS- \ vbs.-iIdt .fttnMOAfh.re were-, forious milling. Pelican thinks the '"PAID for used furniture. .' ;: in your home--Insfallation'free,' <"! j :
r"l There was only a dash too much twenty men drinking In the garden.?. cwvteat should have been declareda -1013 Southard street t, .J; & ,'::1' ,,"J ;. 'f .

of the brute In.his face. Otherwise You sat in the corner, alone. Now v draw and will prove it when they fan17.1Jnox ..1', ......... "" ..r.: ,_ ;
Uo\\f. Ad '
he was a good looking < rCsem3er i everything..1Y0
1 awed climb through the Monday(} j.
." he was big enough to have stepped l-Wexidtn except th*brae ropes '

r-J on a!trorglaslannther I ,man mlgh. ryes and something ab nj.ivofex'otTonr; to pigM, l>ase.:These two boys never fail BICYCLES ., t \ ;; YOU CONTINUE TO PAY ONE DOLLAR PER MONTH) UNTIL:' ::'. I" S

step on.a pony, '1 I smiling. ,tl1, yt ) WE RENT by the Hour, Day or
lie had a good, new revolver u "I've learned more about that In another six rounder the Tam
r well as the knife. Montana took the I now, and so have you Roslta. You pa Tiger boy will stack up againstnone Week. Repair with Nu-Enamel.all makes and We THE PURCHASE PRICE IS PAN FULL V. b
weapons. Also he took a pin used at used to show more of your teeth other than Jack Solano, the ? paint

the throat of the man's shirt because when you smiled. willing little game cock who made ..carry a full supply of parts. ...
it was garnished with two big She took a breath. -EI Keed! many friends in his last ring ap Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand

rubles. By this time the Mexican she whispered again and cast a sudden pearance. For their age these two sell them as low as $1.00

had begun to ctlr. In half a secondhe glance over her shoulder at the boys are quite smart and are per week. J. L. Stowers Music S At such astoundingly low terms and prices you cannot afford ,

aroused from complete oblivion open door,as though the name most promising for bigger game if they Company jan8-lmo 1 V

to cat-quick life, and leaped: to his have Issued on wings from the room keep up the good work. FOR SALE ; '. to deprive your family of this MODERN CONVENIENCE '
to fly through the town and make
feet."Sit Another four rounder will complete another day. >
down, friend." said the KId. men reach for hats and weapons.
the card of hard punchers FOR SALE 15 pieces of improved
"Roalta will want to see what "Mother of heaven, why have you .
in the City of .
Real Estate
done. and sleep producers.EXHIBITION ,
you're come here again? ..
"W.tcb ratt-! said the stranger "For the good bishop and for yon Key West; 129 acres of land on

with one hand on his bumped heat Rosita.Copyr." GAMEONMONDAYNIGHT the Florida Keys. Apply to F. A TELEPHONE CALL WILL BRING A REPRESENTATIVE SS

and the other at his throat. ... W. Roberts, 803 Olivia streetfebll12tx
( { "t. "". Harper 4 I1rot. )
"Not witchcraft Only a piece of Montana TO YOUR HOME WITH FULL PARTICULARS OF S'S
and Roalta
string" Bald Montana. "There it is. Monday.
coma to aaraamant.
---- - sheets $1.25. The Artman

........................ ANGERED OVER SUPPER, I Press, Citizen Building. ,. 'J' ;H I V-
Monday night ,the Busy Bees jun27tf .
Today'sAnniversaries FORT MAYNETTnd. d will cross bats with the Lopez I V.4- : V -
-Angerecbecause :
his supper was late, tto l Funeral' Home in an exhibition i FOR. SALE AT SACRIFICE ,' f t- . I ./, GAS ISFaster '

Voirol, a farmer living neap this game, which gives promise of being p-rlng room suite, two dressers, : ....

........................ city, grabbed a shotgun and seriously just as interesting and, thrill : sideboard, bookcase, large and i : ,
wounded his housekeeper: ing"as;: a regular_ gameJ'Aft mall rugs, chairs, tables oil ;

1724 Christopher Gadsden, Mrs Gladys Martin, and hlsn. A on,. ,Ahf Lunn will be in the box stove, lamp, pictures and Nelson Cheaper More Dependable .

noted Charleston, S. C., merchant Florent. "* against the great Cigarette Wil loose leaf encyclopedia. ,Apply .

and leader in the American lie. The Busy Bees will have the 901 Flagler. febl6-ltx

Revolution, born there. Die-d' ed German biologist, born. Died services of Armando and Manolo

Aug. 28. 1805.1812Ilenry. I Aug. 8, 919..- i Acevedo. t FOR terrier SALE-Smooth puppies. Dr. Carnes.haired Marine fox.I ; :
1840-Henry Watterson, celebrated DRINKS MORE Hospital

I Wilson Natkk.Ma's. Louisville, Ky., newspaper LOPEZ I
editor born in Washington, D. C. .
., shoemaker, editor, U. S.: S Tour Gas Company"
Died Dec. 21, 1921.1852Charles NEW. yORK.-Mrs. Elizabeth FUNERAL HOME
Senator, author 18th Vice President -! '
born at Farmington, If.' H.i Mullin. who brought her husband EataLlid.d 4. y.... "IIIIJ

Died Nov. 22, 1875. j T. Russell ("Pas- from England,to this city to keep L7 w..'. 0Weet i illlllll.i'II i '

------ tor Russell"), popular Indepen. him away from liquor, says ]be .H..r A....'..... Sawrk IIIIIIIIII" '

J I. dent clergyman, born In /Pittsburgh rinka.jnore: over here and ,,she I s ___d i &...... j f ... . .: : '

1834-Ernst H. Haeclel \ .filed cf.31,-1916:,' _:\ wants a diTorce. .' : 14r i} PI.... 135 Nlskt "H-5 'lilll IIII. "'I' IL".1: i' '
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MORE PRAISE FOR morning at the Harris School auditorium dayat7a.in. o'clock.

at 10 o'clock. Men and Litany and Sermon'on Wednesday Church services, 11 o'clock In

:-: SOCIETY x: : women not connected with any at 7:30 the morning.
KEY WEST BOOKLETRev. .. other Bible Class and regardlessof I' p. m.
denomniations are invited to Confessions: Alter the Wedn-s- Y_ P. ){. V.. S. meeting, 5:30
I attend. :day evening service. o'clock p. m.
Nina de '
Lisa Leslie Editress
A. L. Maureau, S. J., of .
-- night at 7:30
'PHONE 752-3 p. m.
St. Mary's Star of the Sea Cath- ADVENTIST
Corner Simonton : William
and Sts. StreetE.
............SSSS.......SS.S 555 5555 SSSISS.555..55 olic Church, is in receipt of a let- Eaton 527 : CHURCHJPALACE
Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor Richard Evans, Pastor Van Wyck Brooks, author and

Key West Society Ends Two ter Catholic from Information K. H. Rogers Society of the of Church Sunday school opens at Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Mass, Sunday 7, 9:30 Services and 11 :a. m. i (Colored) critics, born at I'lainfield, N. J., 49
a. m., under leadership of Morning worship at 11 o'clock. today.NOTICE.
Narberth. Pa.. thanking him for Evensong and Benediction of Corner Duval and, Eaton years ago
Gerald Saunders to i Streets
general super- Sermon subject: "Courage
Of Social Activities the Most Blessed
the Key West booklet sent a short intendent. Each department meetsin Venture." .' Sacrament-. -8 p.. :Quthard:; Street Between Thomas a

-- time. ago.' its .own. assembly room.. i jj Christian Endeavor, '6:30: p. nu m.Church school 9:30 I :11 and Emma Streets

Society today completes a two' and its correlative activities. Tomorrow The recipient stated that the I ''Worship services at 11 a; ta. !j I Evening'.worship.: ..'7:3tt .fclock.Sfrrmon : Sermons at111, and a-Tnr :) i II. Gary, Leader
a. m. S'p. ta.
weeks' period of very great and the formal opening of book 'proved to be very interest- and at '7:30 ''p. / The'sermonin subject: "Spiritual Sta- Week Williams, Missionary Leader
diversified activity. Right on the aquarium will take place, followed ing, and alo said: "It gave me a the morning will be brought by Mass every Day day at 7 a..nt.:, t and ""G., School (Saturday), 10 -

the heels of the Cabaret Show by a large luncheon forth, desire' to fly southward where you Dr. C. Kt ''Vliet; Prewfng Eller I We ne day' eveninr ti: 7:30 also on Wednesday at {9} a.m.; The Key Wet Philatelic

and its attendant parties, St. honor guests at Casa Marina; I don t_ have the cold snow and of thV Miami DistrictJ' ;ThV Castor o, do 1; 6J fb., 's k ..,t .. Morning and evening t Society it in no way connected
Valentine's Day started another From then on society will' slush' that seem to be our portion has selected the following topic I 1'I '!!'-- prayer 'f; with an ad in the Sunday Star
daily at 6:45's.: and 5:30
round of social meetings. figuratively have its hands full, for several months in this'so-called for t frhe ,evening service'T.j "Your LB3C.MEMORIACHURCH Confessions m. p. m. 1 1I I which state that old tamp
Wednesday and Thursday there what with the "Pirates of 'Pen- temperate zone." Besetting Sin.". '. "., I .-SOUTH '. : Saturdays at I I I Ray Walkus-Arline Judge are bought The society doe
p. m. -
were any number of private zance" operetta, the boat regatta, ........................ Young Peoples' meeting at 6-30 Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. i DOLLAR BABY not gilt buy but nor offer accept citizen stamp advice a* a '
Valentine parties,, in addition to the entertaining of the large num o'clock. Miss Vanessa Collins,
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS Comedy and Short Reel a* to the value of old ttamp
the ball Casa !Marina\ the ber house who have already Rev. W. J. Martin, Pastor
at several guests PERSONAL MENTION president. 11 Matinee 10-15c Night: 15-2S Thi protective service i i. rendered
Church school at 9:45: m. ;
dances about town, church or will arrive tomorrow or Midweek prayer and praise ; free of charge.

socials, teas, etc., and tonight, of !Monday\ especially to be presentfor ......................A* service on Wednesday evening at with Ed. R. Curry, superinten' 1017. T. Fleming Teacher StreetR.
course, the Country Club dance. the week's celebration, and all 7:30 p. m. dent.Morning 'I Sawyer,
Florencio Acevedo sailed the 11 o'clock. Bible study, Friday, 7:30
on worship at p. m.
Now, with scarcely a breathing I the other things that will ensu Choir rehearsal on Friday evening
", Steamship Cuba yesterday for an Sermon subject: "Rejoicing Jn Sabbath service 10:30 a. m.
spell, comes "La Semana Alegre, during the next eight days. at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph
extended vacation in Cuba. Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders Christ." v1

choir director. Dr. C. K. Vliet, Presiding Elder, TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN HOLTSBERC'SShowing H $ D.ARONOVITZDEPARTMENT

: Lynn J. Irvin, assistant general of the Miami District, will preach CHURCH

I Preparations Being Made For passenger agent, who arrivedin FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH at 3 o'clock in the afternoon! and STOREKey

charge of the Committee of j hold quartely conference imme (Colored) complete line of

Costume Ball At Casa Marina One Hundred yesterday, left in diately following the sermon. ,. 717 Simonton Street NEW SILKS consisting ofMallinon' Wet' Only Complete
Eaton Street, Between Duval and
-.-- the afternoon for Miami. Junior Epworth League meet Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor Department Store
Simonton Streets Printed Chiffon
Conforming with the general W. Douglass, Mrs. H. Minnick James, S. Day, Pastor at 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archerin Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m., *

spirit of merrymaking and celebration , Miss Natalie Mjnnick. Mr. and Harrison Parkman, of the U. S. Bible School at 9:45: a. m. charge. memorial service of Elder Smith, Duplan Printed Crepe and II Exclusive Ladies' Frocks

that will prevail throughout Ur//UuKKA Mrs. Kay Postoffice Department, left yes- Morning_worship at,.1L o'clock. L Intermediate, Epworth League choir leader and member of this Sport fl1 k. WOJMUti( ) \ ;consisting: )LinepSuits,
the city during thU coming Tjmgner, tbrdayafternoon for headquar- ,m&ts et U5:00 p. :m. Mrsi: S. J.: church for 35 years, al4. Agrees Chopik Famous SHk 1II.II.. II
subject will be Lined
\\veek/'tnc. management' of) Casi' M' CuJlough-and.Miss ,Karos Mc- tars in Washington. "The Responsibility,pkthe serjnpn of Responsi-:, ;Pierce 'in:'charged*,J 9'" AUen) leader and rJNrJIO.[ sucks". and WahDjFesses' ,

Marina announces ''that' a Grand Cullough. 'tilt '* bility." t, Young':s People's ,Department, 1e'rs.: r) .. S j -- "" 4.. ": ", ... Crepes,,Seersuckers|,-.outstanding .

Costume Ball will W'held at the 'The'Ban will be cafridd out on Rufus Johnson, who was in Key The Baptist,a Training? Union, ,meets" '6:30 p. m.. Bliss Norma Other services as usual. *. Featherweight Stripe, Sport_ models at POP* '
; Silki ,
": West few with relatives : j Yates If' 'Mitt ULAR
hotel next Friday i evening, a "magnificent0scaleoland":occurririg'asrt a days meets at president r ft PRICES.
'' kfthe: and friends, left yesterday after- qQo'clQcc., : .. Evening worship at '7:30* .
Washington's .Birthday 'February22nd. .wOl very peak of : Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. SAINT PETER'S CHURCH 'K .
.' J r>"., Uiei''Kef'W!'' eSt sd"dal !sVasorf, bids nocft.for Islamorada.Mrs. I ,o'dock.iSennort..itubj .et: "Five. ....repe.TIid,1.mOus. ' 3SrT: wSd3SS v_!3BHPHR'
/ The pastor will speak on "Pass ( ,* r
I. A"number i (prominent Key, fair t'& fH4fr l>rlil: in bHHiance and: Words of the Heart." The musical Specific Catls." .. :.'"' (Colored) ClralafVrnted \, Ladies'Complete; aMprtment'. of I.

Westers, members of the wintet- ela'oiitithil'most any previous.: J. F. Lapkford left yes- program for the evening will feature Prayer and praise service each' Center Street, Between Peh'oniaand Crepes l *? 5hortiVandlSl- Hu
terday afternoon for a visit with Wednesday at 7:30 m. in a large variety 'of
colony and visitors to the city affair of its nature. a solo by Miss Emily Cros- p. Olivia materials

have expressed great interest in And so, in addition to its multi friends in Jacksonville. land, who will sing the beautiful Young people's choir practice Sunday Services LARGEST STOCK OF SILKSIN Bath Slippers,

this affair, among them. Mayor farious other "La Semana Alegre" selection, "Repent Ye." each 'Thursday at G:30 p. m.. Mass\ 8 a. m. KEY WEST Tennis Oxfords, Etc.

and Mrs. William II. Malone. Mr.: activities next week, society will J. R. Blair, U. S. Inspector of The subject for the Wednesday Church choir practice each Fri. Solemn Evensong and Benedic-
Wallace Kirke,''II set about the choosing and Hulls and J. W. Sullivan, U. S. day'at 7:30 p. mPENTECOSTAL. tion Also showing new Everfast
and Mrs. Bryant executing evening service is: "Where Is of the Most Blessed Sac'a-
Inspector of Boilers, who were in Wash Goods, identified by the New line of Ladies'Sport
Miss of dazzling costumes for ment
Mrs. Robert Spottswood, Eeasy Street. This is the secondof 7 p. m.
name stamped on yard.
Mary Louise Spottswood, Mrs. S.I the Grand BalL Key West on business, left yesterday a series of talks being given by MISSION Church school 8 a. m. every Oxfords in Whites

afternoon for headquarters in the pastor on "Everyday Living." Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. Marshall Field's Bevely and Combination colors.
---- Tampa. 909 Olivia Street Week-Day Services Prints, Daphne Printed Dimi- I New Linen Oxfords and

Will Attend Arrange For Wm. Skondeen, Pastor: Mass on Tuesday and Thurp- ties Jauntaire Prints, Bou-
Many Pumps Blues
Charles Raduszis, member of Sunday, morning worship 11 claire Plaids, Mbyfair Tissues, ,

Aquarium ExercisesA Tennis Tea the crew of the Tanker New Jersey CHURCHCor. o'clock. ._ Checked Washable Taffetas, and Browns.

I who was in the Marine hospital Sunday school for all, 3:30: p. MONROE THEATER Check-Er-Dots Plain and ,Printed Ripple Weaves Piques
Fleming and William Streets ,
large number of prominent The Sunday afternoon tennis. !, left yesterday to join the m. Swiss Plumets, Etc.MONDAY'SALE. Ladies' Hose to match
Shuler Peele Pastor Bert
vessel at Port Arthur Texas.H. WoolseyKENTUCKY
personages are expected to bepresent teas, temporarily discontinued due Sunday school at 9:45 a. m, ice Sunday 7:15 o'dock.Tuesday night.evangelistic serv- - any color Shoes.Ladies' .

tomorrow at the formal to the Fashion Show held some William N. Knowles, superintendent I I
Ward M. Quown, of Punx- 7:15 p. m., prayer and KERNELS
opening and dedication of the weeks ago and the bad condition Pa., who in charge. Classes for all New shipment of Seersucker j I
was spending
I praise Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra Dresses, 14 to 20 and 38 to Hats Whites
Key West Aquarium,.among these of the courts last Sunday occasioned : a vacation in Key West, left yesterday ages.Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Friday, 7:15 p. m., fellowship 15-20c; Night, 5-25c 44, on sale fl'1 QOMonday and all new Shapes and

Dr. Robert 0. Van Deusen by rain, will be resumed for Miami en route to his meeting. ??-.-. ._ ,.. DA./O Shades
Sermon subject "A Church and
superintendent of the Fairmount tomorrow at Casa Marina. home. Saturday, 2:30 p. m.., boys' and _
Its Mission
I Boys' Wash Suits with mesh
Matches have been arranged girls' church.
Park in Philadelphia, who arrivedin before i Intermediate Epworth League top Shirts, sizes; I 5 fl'. 1 f\f\
between ot'the Mrs. John Connor, marriage Hotel'9l7'FLEMING
some leading '
the city several days ago. tennis players of the city, to- Miss Edna Pinder, who was i meets at 3:30 p. m.. :Miss Venda CATHOLIC CHURCH'St. Over-Sea to 9, on sale tD Men's

Dr. Van Deusen will deliver gether 'with a number. of winter spending a month with her par line Watkins, superintendent. 10 pieces of new Plaid Sport I'

the dedicatory address, and later visitors. An excellent card is an ents, Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Pinder, Young People's Department Mary's Star of the Sea STREET Silks, regular 98c,'on 65c Linen Suits

will attend the special luncheonto nounced. left yesterday for San Pedro to. meets at 6:30: p. m. Miss Mary Rev..Wm. Reagan, S. J., ROOM,'running water .. $1.00 sale Monday! yd. _

These tennis teas, since their join Mr. Connor. Felton, president. in charge' ROOM, with bath 1.50 Extra size Wash Dresses of
be held at Casa Marina as one 7:30
Evening worship service at
inauguration early in January, i Order of services for this WEEKLY RATES the better grade, < QO Single and Double}
of the honor guests of the occa- have proved of great popularity Captain and Mrs. John D. Day. o'clock. Dr. C. K. Vliet Presiding church: 38 to 52 at _..__ C1.2.35 Breasted; sanforized and

and it is anticipated that tomor- U. S. A. of Charleston S. C., who :I Elder of the Miami District, will Sunday morning Masses will be Newly Renovated guaranteed not to shrink

sion.The opening of the aquarium' row's attendance will be 'way up had been visiting in Key West, speak. said at 7 and 9:30' o'clock. New Equipment Silk Pique, on 45 C I
: New sale __
Midweek yard
service Wed ManagementNO ,
in the record class left Thursday en route to their prayer Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. $9.50
has created deal of interest
a great up
nesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.:
home Evening service at 7:30 o'clock, CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Silk Seersuckers, light summer (
not only locally but Concert TomorrowAt Senior choir will practice immediately Sundays and Fridays. shades, on sale, CHst I,

throughout a very great area. It Colonel L. C. Brinton U. S. A., after the mid-week service. per yard . JUlHandmade / Men's and Children's

has been announced that a large, COM MarinaThere and Mrs. Brinton, who have been Intermediate choir will practice THE SALVATION ARMY -.----- --
number of-towners have Thursday at 7 p. m. 'i Flowered Batiste Shoes In Whites, licks
of out -
visiting in Key West for about a MUNSON ISLANDFISHING Pajamas, on

accepted the invitation to be I will be a musical concert month with relatives, will leave Captain Vernon W. Walker, Offi CAMP sale ...- r $1.98 Browns, Etc.

present. tomorrow afternoon on the lawn tomorrow morning over the high- CHURCH OF.COD cer in Charge Operated by R. M. Ellison Received a shipment of

of the Casa Marina by the or- way for Washington, D. C., and 1002 Fleming Street Bet Fishing, on Coast handmade Baby Creepers, $2.95 up

Dance Tonight At chestra serving the hostelry, after a short visit there will proceed 1106 Olivia Street Company meeting (Sunday Guides and Boats AvailableSea Toodlers, Rompers and Sun

which will be augmented by eight to Boston, where they' arc Morning service at 11 o'clock. Ichool), 9:30 a.. m. Food-Fishing Suits. Come and see them.

Country Club musicians from Miami. now making their' home. Mrs. Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. Holiness meeting 11 a. In. BoatingBathing.Write Now showing completeline

The concert will take place at 3 Brinton is a sister of Mrs. J. M. Sunday night service, 7:15 Y. P. L. meeting, 6:15: p. m. for Reservation, Pot New shipment of Dresses of merchandise for

There will be a dance held tonight o'clock following the luncheonand Navarro of this city. o'clock.' Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m. Office Ramrod Key on sale Monday. See I Men, Women and Chil.

at the Key West Country dedication ceremonies at the Evangelistic service, Wednesday Accessible by Rail or Ahto to dren.

Club for members of the club, aquarium.. elaborate Preparations 7:15 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: SOCIETY. Ramrod Key Window DisplayHbLTSRERC'OI :

winter i; ; colonists! and out-of-town It'is"'expected that\the concert Prayer and praise service, Friday Camp Boats Meet Guests .

yis 9rs''fd'the city.. 7 will yttenrded; by tn n '-visitors Made For Ceremonies 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet 327 Elizabeth Streetl Rate:' $5.00 Per Day- WE ALWAYS SHOW

'The\ Country Club has been thefctne t "tHe'" 109. -. Sunday' school, 9:30 an. American Plan I I r "
cityirf addUioV to the 'I To Be Held At Aquarium ."t II : a.r ..; asServices ; ::- 5QflJJQ4 "
< ; 'of many1:V'gay"affair. Dfo* guVsts"* tt#: liMe i !.(; *"' r.. \ i'. ___. ,!'KLa(,!: .-: "" Sunday*:'morning'1\ fcervfce at'; 11 ,.L.cv ( [ \ '<: 1( 1iikJ
f lri;,' the holidays 'there were; a iTany'Wthe' \ vttltoriM'Iwill' bethoUP ;n,,Miuion o'clock. I"!> we r ''I.i J I 'J
Ii Continued from One
dances almost l cvery"night r the ;' coming :l KePe ?6rltHe}f ;" ele-- vocal( eolo by Mrs. Page Eva Warner) SUJda s..Tuesd.ys and, Wednesday''evening service at Washington's Birthday _..., I ll I..r. ....'t-n'
cortege students at home for their I brktlori'lof' "La Semana Alegre." Thursdays, conducted bj Rev. 'SI< o'clock.J b' ur j ] .rc--

b'rief?;; whiter'vacation: and ju.t a VI';I tI,I 1'""'-' '' -'. y!"..a. '.,.. the make; l luncheon up the,entire except program for the possible at- Charles E. La !'f f){ '. ,1'11.:1- Reading bwrni in Society'b ild- Costume Ball ,;;r.l;;:; :;;; bog ia ; fcif L I OI-;*

lit''hTe'\ \ ago It housed the Executive Board Sunday l.pch() J;.;(9:3q J"'. .., 1'C: 'ling 'opencJTn?aays and Fridays
: reading of a few of the con. .
Presidential Birthday Ball. 'a 4 -: -, u.c! . fircm1 y.to':.5< ?clockw: . .- cP.rs "* 24r ** r.e.'f. *- / >ta''"
gratulatory letters received from .
pplendid and successful event in 01 P.-T. A. Meets prominent FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -0- ... &,igw Showing Amencas::rmestbilksuThe ,
many persons
the annals of the city. CHURCHJ. MIXED BIBLE CLASS' '
the United States. FEBRUARY 22 1935Dinner largest and finest stock of Silks ever'carried by this
The dance tonight will be quite An enjoyable social and busi- The lunche9n is to start at -o- store . the new Petite de Sole (just out), Flat Chiffon,

informal. An excellent musical I ness meeting of the executive 1:45 p. m., and should be over an C. Gekeler, Pastor Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- Printed Pussy Willow,' Silk Piques, Miatelasse. Silk Corded de

program has been arranged for board of the Key West Junior- hour later. Corner of White and Washington cino, Teachers 7-8 Luxe, Flowered U-Crepe, Silk Organdies., and many others too
the occasion, and it is expected( Senior High School Parent- Streets This class meets every Sunday Dancing 9.12:30 nimverous to list here.
Besides the speakers includedon
that there will be a large attend! Teacher's Association and the Sunday school at 10 a. in. A.
the dedication $2.00 PER PERSON
ceremony program -
ance. Room Representatives was held the following out-of-town C. Elgin, superintendent. BENEFIT CARD PARTY SPECIAL-Printed Silk Seer OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT

yesterday afternoon 3 o'clock at expected to attend Morning worship at 11 o'clock., CASA MARINA sucker, Monday, yd. ? 89c brings you a stunning array
Card Party AtWoman' the home of Mrs.\ Mervin L. Rus- the persons dedication are and luncheon. Sermon subject: "The Superb i Monday. March CLUB 4, BUILDING 8 O'clockWOMAN'S 50 shades 40 inch All Pure of Spring, and Summer styles.

sell on Southard street. I Goodness of God." 1 'Silk Flat Crepe, best offering We are prepared serve you

$ Club After all business was transacted Mrs. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.) Table 1307, Division Door Street Prize-t' this "season, yd. SOc with a large variety of smart
Jerome Connor Prizes '
A. Jacksonville <
; styles and sizes at attractive
those attending enjoyed Mrs. Dave Sholtz, Tallahassee The sermon will be the first of' RefrethnsentaTICKETS SATURDAY ,SPRING COTTONS prices
Those who enjoy an evening at delicious refreshments.The ; two interpreting the Book of Jon 50 CENTS STRICTLY FRESH KILLED Practically every new
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Baldwin
cards should make: reservation for meeting was presided over ah. "The Compassion of God." PORK Spring Cotton that is made- HOSIERY to match every
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.
the benefit card party to be held I by Mlrs. M. E. Berkowitz. ; H. C. I At the midweek Bible study on in novelty weaves and pat. SHOE in stock.LADIES' '
Duncan Tavares General and Fresh Killed Veal
Monday evening March 4, at the Those ; I Wednesday at 7:30 the terns.
attending were: I II p.
Mrs. A. H. Blanding, Bartow Shipment of FLORIDA HENS DRESSES
Woman's Club, sponsored by St. Mrs. II. S. Dexter, M' s. Charles Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Senunes : topic,.will be based on chapters 11 Just recelved-; Complete Beautiful Spring styles, for

Mary's parish. with Mrs. A. M. Ketchum Mrs. Wm. P. Kemp, I sacola MV. and Mrs. Alfred, Pen-H. to 14,.of, the Book,of:Job, iucJj} 1 Just Received line of Buttons in all colors. Street Sport, Afternoon or

Hewitt and MUs\ Adelaide Mc- lIrs.L E. Berkowitz, Mrs. Enrique I ; u'e., Western and Florida Meats, MONDAY SPECIALS Evening wear. -
Wagg, Palm Beach; Dr. and Li! rUL1
Keown In charge of arrangements Hennquez, Mrs. Guilreymo Meat At Price Yon"Can!Meet 40 inch Flowered Voile looks
Mrs. John J. Tigert Gainesville 'METHODIST 0( In.JI.4. SPECIAL-15
; ff do%. Ladies'
assisted by other members of the Russell like Chiffon
Mrs. C. W. HoefferMrkIda ; '" *, .. Monday, per '
Dr.,Edward\ Conradi, Tallahassee; ,CHURCH. SOUTH }: 1 1' 'C BERMUDA,MARK T : Washable Dresses in' Piques.
parish KennedyRev./ ni Mrs. George ,!. ... : : > yard v -. ?-_....,.-. 25c
Dr. and Mrs. Wilmort Newell : -' ur-h' Prints, Dotted Swiss
Table Mill be offered aIM P 1.6..W'l1 Phoa, 86 UW Free Delivery. Printed
prizes Swisses Summer
E. Summers and Mrs. '' ,
Mervin ,
Linenes. sizes 12 52
Gainesville Dr. and Mrs. C. J. "EL SAIVADOR.iLU0oiner' ; ; ' : iif :: ; es. to ,
a door prize. Decorations in ; colors. Monday,. yd. 25c
RusselL i. .PANOPT1K BIFOCALS. White and Virginia Streets : ? all one price Monday $1.00
keeping with St. Patrick's Day Settles St. Augustine; Mr. andMri.'T. ,'l Grinnell ,and : ft Silk Finish Printed Seersucker ,
will be used and the motifs symbolic New Diamond, Tallahassee;i Streets' vtrginf:1 j fMNo stumbling! Jfo 'jump's! a wonderful asLADIES' HATS-A la eaortme'nt

of the day will be accentuated Visitors To I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bruce, (Services in Spanish) The correct positioning of its from 29c yd. up selection to choose from. All

in refreshments. Island City a Washington. D. C.; Mrs. Gertrude Sunday school, 10 a. In. optical center makes Panoptik KEY WESTCOLONIAL Waffle Crepe, all colon, are the season's best styles.

Those who prefer to play any Gates, Atlanta, Ga.; Arthur Preaching, 8 p. m. an easy bifocal for patients to HOTELIn per yard __ 3c LADIES' BAGS An

card game other than bridge are Among the latest arrivals in James, Richmond, Va.; Miss Flor- :Mothers'? Club meets Monday, "get used to." Jump of imageas New Shipment of abundance of. styles in all

privileged to do so. it is announced. Key West to spend the winter are ence Van Sickler Miami, and 8p.m. vision passes from the distance the Center of the Business CORSETS, CORSETLETS, wanted matenals.BRASSIERS .

Players are requested to bring Mr. and Mrs. Perry J. Ten floor Mrs. S. K. Sasuly, Washington, Bible study and prayer service, portion into the segmentis and ,Theater, District Etc. SLACKS AND SHORTS.

cards for table use. according; to of Chicago and Glencoe, ilL, ac D. C.heretofore. Wednesday, 8 p. In. eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs Come in and make your. Smartly styled in an assortment .

those sponsoring this first entertainment -companied by their two children. in Miami, but decided "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. and steps appear in their
of Spring. Mr. Hoor is a well-known corporation to come to Key West this and normal pOsitiOn&DR.J. Senibl Rate '
year L.
Oser and Montero
Tickets ,
may be had from Mrs. QF FASHION
attorney of Chicago. They express themselves as being < VALDES
II. R. Demeritt Mrs. J Pastors A. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
G. Pio-
They have
rented the residence greatly delighted with the
Island Duval L.a '
and Angela 'Streets* City', ucla, Mrs. Philip Wilson, Mrs. of Miss Mollie Parker. City, and hope to return again Orthofoa Soft-Lit U...M .
Sunday 3 LAir
Pauline Pinder p. m. Garag Elevator H
or others of the -
The visitors state that DnaJ Str.ot
they next year. This is their first Service in Spanish, Friday at 632 -
parish. had been spending their winter visit to Key West .73Op.m. .. .. P"p-Iar-PricM- I' j :1'1111111'


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