The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 23, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Display Put On Here Last
Program la Semana Alegre'Week's : : AT YACHT' BASIN 1'A 'round of seven bicycle:races i, let Prize-Ralph Estevez. I I Evening

[were offered Key Westers and visitors : 2nd Prize-Frank Perez. I ELECTED MEMBER OF HOUSE i -- tVIIIIIIII.l.1. -
this morning as the morning
I i 3-W omen.s Distance Race :
r INJURIES SUSTAINED DURING I event, in Saturday's program of i Estimated That About
'(strand three times). Results:
Events Will Be GILFOND OPPOSES "La Semana Alegre. The,races, COMMITTEE
FIREWORKS DISPLAY PUT !were staged on the boulevard with 1st .Prize-S. Betancourt.2nd Eight Thousand Attend

Concluded With Cuban RECKLESS DRIVINGOF ON AT KEY WEST YACHT I i the finish near Bayview Park. Prize-Agnes Thomp- FISHING OUTING 1
Prizes were donated by local 011.
C fly AMnorUted I'rrmt) Spectacular Event
Costume Ban' Tomorrow 1 BASIN LAST NIGHT I I merchants and the winners of 3rd Prize-N. Valenzuela.4Mens I WASHINGTON. Feb. 23.- c. C. Hall and sons, of At
AUTOMOBILESFERA : the various events were given 2 1-2 mile speed ,
I Buffalo N. Y., regular 'winter Yacht Basin
NightKey I: cards, entitling them to certain Results: race'j Congressman J. Mark Wilcox of visitors to Key West who

I George B. Jackson Jr., was I.amounts of merchandise at the 1st Prize-James F. the Fourth Florida District make the trip in their cruiser -
I yesterday
ADMINISTRATOR SAYS i painfully burned on the right leg ttores'of the merchants. 2nd Prize-Ed. Neff Jr.3rd June were out fishing yesterday
[ groins and hands last night when I This afternoon a field meet is Prize-Peter Varela. I was elected a member of and returned with an The citizens and visitors of Key
West today was winding upI I THIRTY MILES AN HOUR IS his clothing caught fire during the being staged at Bayview Park 5-Girls (under 15 years) 2 1-2 the excellent catch. West were highly praised this

"La Semana Alefre" I pyrotechnic display at.the Key opening with a demonstration by mile speed race. Results: Louie military affairs com While mackerel two species .
i West Yacht Basin. I the recently organized Junior 1st Prize Agnes Thompson. mittee. of jack and grouper were morning. by Julius F. Stone Jr..

The week will be brought to ado INSTANCES i Young Jackson 12 years old, i i'I is : Drum and Bugle Corps. Followingthe among the catch', tk. principal Florida ,Emergency Relief Administrator .
the son of President of the George field meet, a horse race is being 2nd Prize; -M. Yalcnzuela. Mr. Wilcox had made comprehensive take consisted of barracuda .
*. tomorrow night with a Cuban 'I B. Jackson Fireworks company I I offered on the boulevard. 3rd Prize-Anita Moffat. study of plans 'for the na- a large number of for their splendid

coMume ball at the Cuban Club Discussing with The Citizen .II.which had the contract for the dis- Tonight is being given over to a 6-Boys 1-2 mile speed race. which were taken. conduct last night at the displayof
play, and came to Key West with number of local dances. Results: ticnal defense and sponsored legislation Placed on the rack at the
which climaxes the last day of activities certain phases of,automobile traffic one of Mr. Jackson's assistants. Winners :in the bicycle; races 1st Prize-Albury. pier the items ia the catch fireworks at tb. Yacht Basin.

which are devoted to the in Key West M.. E. Gilfond who was in charge of the exhibi- follow::. *, 2nd day of* ..exeeptionally , ,"T ere was a crowd'of, about

acting Florida ERA.administrator tin. 1-Boys ,(under, 15 years. ,of ; 3rd Prize_Eloy,.Garcia. this account he was to honored. '., ,strenuous sport Mr. ,
Cuban; colony,here., ". in the Key West area,'said he deplored ,It was during the finale to the age) Distance Rates (strand; three 7-Girh 1-iuile race. Results: (. H&ll.took.assmLerof.esp..sLots 8,000 ,persons exhibition that the lad's clothing' times). Results!, 1st Prize-E.; Diu.i He also is the author of the pending 4, of catch'after-which! jthe Mr.tStoa. poiatei..t, ."and to
Starting 11:30 ....,tom. the.fact that .maDydriveraot : .
a. r-
Prize M. Valenzuela. .
1st Prize-r-Orvis 2nd
became Kemp.
ignited. Colton i fish
Park at- I .wr&Jstratedtothe ,. .
air frontier defense bill which j have bed t.-.hl..a..
row"'at the.Navy ball field,\ITCar-: ( cars here continuslly'maintain tache of the Key West Fire Department 2nd PrJee-'--H. Sweeting.3rd 3rd Prize-J. Spencer. beys who are always .In: no well assuckrorderly.cetedutt
"a high rate of speed .without the. who was on the scene Prize-r-A. Stricker. (1)The judges of the' 'races,',.were has incorporated the establishmentcf waitirg for.tb.-ret.rafof) the *. was, most
rera L do<, Ciata'ilt, old 'Spanish I slightest necessity for co doing.A with the engine assigned to service 2-Men's Distance Race (strand tW*: S. Etkins. Phil Henson and boats from thegrounds. gratifying."
five times). Results: Chas. Lunn Jr. a number of army air corps .
during the display, rushed to the
game will be played. with bicycles speed of 30 miles an hour .
assistance of the boy and strippedoff bates at strategic points over the Air. Stone had several guests
should never be exceeded and ----- -
substituted for horse The gameis i his clothing. Mr. Park's 1"11111811 with him and they declared' that
that only when necessary to arrive hands were painfully burned. country. the crowd was- better behaved
i one of Mil, with the riders at. : at destination quickly in an I than crowd'
I r a The suffering boy was immediately IELEVEN SHOW STATUS OF any of similar size
tempting to spear small rings sus emergency where life depends on taken to the Marine hospital they had ever.'seen. His guests
speed. There are a great number where he was treated by As- NEW CLUB HEREThe I' PLANE MANY WITNESS I included Alfred Schoellhopf: state

pended in the air. I of bicycle riders both visiting and sistant Surgeon P. G. Shell and I INCOME.TAX FORFERAEMPLOYES II r administrator' in New York, Mrs.
today ,resting as comfortably as Schoellkopf. Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Starting at 1 o'clock tomorrow local and where there is at times can be expected. 1 Habana-Madrid Club.I Leaving on the plane yesterday PARK EXERCISES I ward .Ball of Jacksonville. and

baeball games will get under way II congested traffic speed is excessively This morning Mr. and Mrs. which has made such a hit here 'afternoon were 11 visitors who Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bruce of

at the same place. A team U dangerous to riders and pedestrians Jackson arrived by plane from Miami with the public announces a gala have been in Key West for short HELD YESTERDAYMAYOR Washington."The .

scheduled to arrive tomorrow by I as well. and at the hospital were per i!night tonight starting at 10 periods with friends. In the group I people of Key West
o'clock with the admission for
to their for PROVIDED
son a should be
train from :Miami to play local :Mr. Gilfond suggests that all complimented on their
trams. I owners of vehicles:: have the speed brief time. They were told by Dr. gents U.OO and ladies free. j IN RULES OF BUREAU behaviour list night." Mr. Stone
Shell that the burns were not serious ; -I Marguerite Hand that popular t[. Nate Simpson. L. J. Hannah. WILLIAM H. MALONE emphasized,
II recalling that there
Memorial cervices will be held I I lof cut travel down not so in as excess to insure of 30 a milesan rate and their eon would be able little Rhumba dancer will put on .Delos Chapman,Ernest toe, Clif-| AND DR. WILLIAM R. WARREN RELATIVE TO ASSESSMENTS t was no crowding, horn blowingor
at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at I to,be out in about 10 days. I I a new dance tonight. which should ;
Jon Burket Bessie! Burket Henry other disturbances.
Citizen that i ; I
hour. lIe told The
Carlos Institute commemorating -I[ Mr. Jackson told The Citizen 1 I go over with a bang. GIVE ADDRESSES ON IN MATTER
San I
done Courten, Dorothea Courten Freda 11 The
he will have this on all vehicles Beautiful Ann McDonnel who I fireworks presented last
: that he was in another part of the I r
"El Grito de Baire" Cuban in use by the administra. Letitia Glenn OCCASION I -- night were not paid for the
J I date directing a display of .fire has taken the town by storm, will Jfcy Southerland I 1 1I I by
holiday. The program follows: tlon. be singing "your favorite songs Holland. 4 Florida ERA, it was also an.
works when news of the accident' II ------ I I According to information from I I
Cuban National Anthem "Los Another matter which was spoken was received. lie at once made again as you like them." .Passengers arriving by plane the Washington bureau of In' flounced this morning M. E.
Bayamescs"-Hospitality Band. of. this time by Julius F. Stone preparations to come to Key West Louis Carbonell and his Atlantic |this morning from. Miami : There was ,an appreciative as- : ternal Revenue, the'compensation ;( GiLfond but were made possible
Jr. Florida administrator. theeounding. Orchestra will provide thedance.musjc.tbat I were:1 cemblage of Wes and visi- j[ through private subscriptions of
Opening Address-tnrique Es- was, and he and Mrs. Jackson were fortunate Beach I Key ers of officers and employes of State'
t '" Carlos .;,of & rens.* ,on.. fire apparatus la, securing a plane. I I will make anyone, George B. Jackson., !rs.. ,Georga I I i tors ,at the.Washington's Birthday Emorgency\ ; .Relief fUinaldo.--rrcsi e ; "San and ambnlaisces, at hours want to dance. Don't fail to at-1 B. Jackson, Charles Peterson and exercises held 3:30 0.c1ock'1ester- which is paid by the-elate from its rKey'Wei"t AariiInisra'Uonm; pTan!
Institute. when' the streets are practicallyfree tend the gala night tonight. Mrs. R. A. BisselL I[day afternoon at Bayview Park. public funds (as distinguished ning the program for "I* 'Se-

Address-Mayor William II. from traffic. MANYLEAVEONEXCURSION ---..- .. ___ __ 1 The program as published in!from fund granted to it by tho mana Alegre" thought, fireworks
Malone. Mr. Stone particularly cited the I previous issues of The Citizen, was I federal government) is exempt I would add to the color of the
Selection: -Marimba Band. occasion of the fire alarm 4:45: TRIP : carried out as follows: America I from federal income tax. :}week's schedule it did not feel

Address-Julius F. Stone Jr., o'clock yesterday morning which I[r TODAY'SVIEATHER ) I' opened the exercises and was followed To the extent that such compensation 'r that the cost of the display would
: [be
called out the engines. He said a justifiable expenditure. It
Florida Emergency Relief Admin. i i by The President' March. is paid by the Hate cither
Utrator. that at that hour there could positively "Why We Celebrate George directly or indirectly from was due to the puDllcnplritedcitirens

Piano Solo-Gus Ajala. be no need of sounding:: the PLANE GOES TO TORTUGAS Temperature t portion and moderate southwest I.l L Wa hington.s Birthday" was the funds granted to the state by the I, : here that the exhibit was
sirens and yet the machines went JEFFER. subject of a stirring address by federal under the possible.
FORT government
Address-Jose Marquez. AND _..._. .76: shifting to northwest and north I provIsions
through the streets with the horns I Highest ? --- Mayor William II. Malone. This of the Federal Emergency Included in the fireworks program
Selection-Hospitality Band. SON Lowest __..........__C4 i
rtridently screeching. Foolishly : I I last night
Address I was followed by another musical, Relief Act of 1933, approved May were:
\ Acting
-M. E. Gilfond.
.. .___ :
Mean _ 70
annoying and decidedly needless. I. Opening Salute Grand Illumination .
Administrator, District Nine FlorIda _ _ _71 ,y-l Washington's March 12, 1933 ((48 stat. 55), it is subject -
he said. Normal Mean : of the
ERA. Dr. William R. Warren's ad-I to federal income tax. The Grounds Aerial, I
Violin Duet-Alfred Barrossoand Another party of excursionists Rainfall dress was "George Washington,f, compensation of such officers ,and :I Flarh- Maroons Victory Bomb-
Manuel Camero. GIVESPRAISE TO tok passage by plane this morningfor Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.: The Man Who Dared to Experi:,| employes which is paid directly by, shell, Powerful Electric Canopy
Address Harold Ballou. a trip over the beautiful waters Normal Precipitation ?.. .05 Ins.! \e I I ment. This was a masterful out: the federal government is also subject ,I I Popping Corn Amongst the Clouds
.. .
of the Gulf of Mexico and to IfeU rrrord euers Zl-hanr rrl Selection Lauriano Moreno i line of the principal events to federal income tax. ,
'clock' Skis morning.
at H (,
and daughter Beatrix. KEY WEST BOOKLET, view the lighthouse settlement at f, Tomorrow's Almanac I Vlt.Is I life of the Father of Our CounI --: If the compensation is paid by.Electric! Shells Combination of
and historic old Fort >> I 1 Geysers. Visitors from Mars
Address-Dr. :Mario\ Fuentes Tortugas Sun rises -- C:54 a. m. ,,-04 I,1.ry. the state from a fund composed I TheProspector's
Jefferson. t j Introductions were made by Dr. ,; in part of rtate funds and in part Dream Sunburst
Aguilera. Chief Statistician, Cu- Sun sets _....__- 6:27 p. m.I t /
....Department of Education, Official FORMER, RESIDENT WRITESTO Those taking passage were: Ed. Moon rises !tL Warren and the musical numbers by federal grants. that part of Shells! Aurora Borralb. Crystal
-/'- Neff Wilbur Htrkness Edgar I I v.trc furnished by Key West Hospitality -' the compensation paid from fed-j Fountain The Pyrotechnic Cuttlefish .
Delea .
; tee Moon sets ___ 10:10 a. m. Partly Cloudy
eeeU n-Mrs. Ethel Asson.' MRS. JULIA SWEETING Voglewon Paul Gunkle Gerald I Tomorrow's Tides Band, directed by A. Bar. crtl funds is subject to federal income i ', Race of the Airships DragonFlic's
Cloring Address Dr Juan Nash. Carelton Locke Charles Peterson A.M. 1>.1\1.\ 'f winds i over north portion; weather roso. I. tax. J<,>j JA The Temple pf.YLor.'cIiy5s\ {
Ramon" O'FarrilICiairman of Cuban ABOUT REHABILITATION Omly Chaney Katherine I partly! overcas tonight and Sun-I Pendanb, Special Myrma3.{ i',1cth5
: ,. j High .....1.- 1:19 12:40
Delegation ,to ,Key We t. .Chancy." Rev. Edwin S. Ford. Alice Low ...__ 6:30 SKIS tay.East! REORGANIZATION ?.orFY"slv S'U*k'7--! !.E9P
National' Anthem, "Star Spangled \ 'l'1Q'. y;. 'fl. Curtis, Louis Curtis Mr. and Barometer 8 a. m. today: II' : Gulf: Moderate .east winds MORE.DEPUTIESd SWfl"lt? Violets.' Revolving $00n.Circles' .
** Mrs. !* in' receiptof 'Mrs. Peter Schutt and daughter I over south portion- and moderate The Beautiful Southern
Banner -Hospitality Bands Sea level30.13.' ? ; -- -
a letter f .D\ Mrj\ George McElhanjyj Minnie. : , I" north, winds overnorth portion. I OF LODGE PLANNED fros r T't. ,
24ltIft'Utstr< 1 1 | $ ;: et. 45:4: f! I j t.',Wtffl: ll1 r\51U "l c.2
I Lowest Highest : :
S. S. CUBA CARRIES Jacksonville, Fla., who was formerly StationtksfNigM'Yesterday' WEATHE1COIDJTIQN5Sight ; > HI I ,.Cknojy, The lratt.J'er! Americpi -
I MUsTnjen Harris if'eyVcst. I JOHN GARDNER, 79, :Abilene .__ 46 60 I Ifeorganization.r Key ''West FLORIDA! :KEYS. (j neau*,!'RSs3; efvrnly
PASSENGERS xprec&ihg'great pleasure?on readIng :: I disturbances are central Lodge, No. 13. and the ,better- Stclighti, Orange\ Blossoms,
:' 112 much literature dealing with DIES LAST NIGHT Atlanta __ 38 70 this morning over western New ment of Odd Fellowship in Key), !i E'eetric Spiders Aerial Beehive
the rehabilitation program in this Boston ..._ 26 30 I York and Pennsylvania and Virginia -1 West: will be the purpose of the; DISTURBANCES REPORTED Whistles and Chares, Battle in the

.. city I Buffalo : 14 18 Buffalo, N. Y., and Wytheville. district meeting of I. O. O. F. to 'Cloud Shell, Fiery Snow Storm.
Steamship Cuba failed yester- Mrs. McElhaney was! provided FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE charleston _.,. 52 68 !i Va.. 29.90 inches, causingsnow be held Monday evening, 8 o'clock AMONG WORKING FORCESON Floral and Star Battery Jacob's
day afternoon for Havana with with a copy of the Key West booklet Chicago __' 20 28 I i during the lart 24 hours in the Felix Varela Lodge rooms BRIDGE PROJECT MAKES Ladder Combination Squibs Pyro-
105 first class passengers seven advertising the Island City CONDUCTED MONDAY Denver .._ 34 60 J from the southern Lake region 'Ion Elizabeth street new quarters technIc Bouquet, The Heaven's
second class one automobile, and much other information as MORNING Detroit .._ _._.._ 14 22 eastward over portions of New of the Key West lodge, THIS NECESSARY !;Afire. Oriental Magic Fans Trail
two tons of freight and 245 sacks pertains to the activities: being carried G.flveston _._ 54 72 Fnghnd. and rain from the Ohio I This meeting has been called { ing Vines. Colored Meteors and
of mail. on here by the FERA forces. Havana '_ G6 Valley and middle Atlantic states by District Deputy Grand Master Disturbances among the men' Radium Effects Mammoth Inter.
Ferry Palma arrived yesterday The writer stated that she hopes John Gardner age 79, died>last Jacksonville 52 72 southward into northern Georgia. William Mendell by authority of' working on the bridge projects at; changed 24 Break Bombs. The
evening with two cars of tomatoes that all that has been published night at 11 o'clock at his residence KEY WEST __.. 64 76 Pressure is also law from the upper State Grand Master Honorable I' Matecumbe has made It necessaryto i(Arab's Dream, Maypole Girondolai. .
two cars of cucumbers .one about Key West is real, and incidentally 1104 Petronia street. Funeral Little Rock 34 62 Mississippi Valley and northern Salvador Llosa. increase the force of deputy Electric Meteors, Reptilian
car tankage, 166 sacks of mail spoke of being a kind of t services will be held on Mon Los Angeles 50 66 Plain States southwestward 1 The meeting will be attendedby sheriffs on duty at that point. Shelli, Magnesium Wheels*. -
baggage and 19 empty cars. I I home-sick on reading the much day morning at U:30 o'clock at St. Louisville __ 26 60 over the southern Rocky Mountain all Key West Odd Fellows in-j Chief Deputy Clements Jay- Flowers of the Garden. Niagara

Steamship Ceiba of the Stand literature in question.The l Paul's Episcopal Church Rev. A.JB. Miami _,_ 60 74 states and Plateau region. Duluth eluding Equity Lodge No. 70, .cocks and four'Others left yesterday Falls by Moonlight[ Acrobatic Colored -
ard Fruit and Steamship Company former Key Wester also Dimmick officiating. The body Minneapolis _._ 24 32 Minn., 29.70 inches, and high; and Cuba Lodge 'No. 15. A large afternoon with i instructions: to Shells. Haley's Comet Bombs
arrived in port 1-15 o'clock highly praised the booklet issued. :|will be placed in the church at 8 New Orleans 58 71New' pre-srure areas are crerted over the attendance is anticipated. bring some kind of order out of Comic Sheila, The Red, White and
this morning from New York. and expressed a hope that the Is- o'clock Monday morning. i York 28 38pensacola' middle Mississippi Valley, FJorida the chaos which reports indicate. Blue. Avalanche of Snow. Weeping
took on 25,125 gallons of fuel oil land City will soon take its place He is survived by his widow.! _._' 52 C4 peninsula and far northeast, Lit- is prevalent at the camp. Willows Special Device, Inter
at Porter dock, and sailed 5:45 among the other leading cities of Mrs. Susan Melana Gardner; children Pittsburgh ..._34 ,1 3( tle; Rock Ark., 30.30 inches!, Tam. CHIEF ORDERED In the party with Chief Deputy national 45 Break Bombshells. e

for Frontera, Mexico. Florida. Mrs. E. J. Bayley, Miss Eliza! St. Louis .: 28 36 ; ra' Fla., 30.16 inches and East- Jaycocks. were: Deputies Gwynn Girdle of Venus, Special Fairyland -
Tug Burten E. O'Brien. from and. liss Susia,Gardner, and JohnA. Salt Lake City _*36 '. 58, port Me.,- 30.46 inches. Tempera- LAUNCHBESUNK Bethel; Enrique Mayg, Charles Illumination, Sunset In the''
New York en route to Panama r .,apj 4 f:: [!Henry 'Alban Gardner; SanFranci: o 48 "' 58', tare have risen throughout most I I Williams and Phillip Archer. *. f I Alps The Silver Shower Bursts,
arrived this mcrning for fuel oil !three sisters :Miss Evelyn Gardner, Seattle_' .--".- 38 ,, :!1":<8 t' of'the Plains, states upper Mississippi ' Thfeare a number of men be-I Wonder Batteries Battle ,in the
and supplies. After bunkering: Habana-Madrid Club Mrs. Kate Johnson and Mrs. Tampa ....._._*56' '4 r;. > Valley and Lake Superior Chief Harry Baker, of the Key .I longirtg/ ''to the contingent of i I Cloud Shells, Special Six Break
and taking supplies she sailed for George Russell and- six grand- Washington ...._ 32 ?;' 40' region although readings are still West Fire Department told The workmen now in jail at KeyYcst ;Tokio Bomb; A Brisk Engagement
children. Williston _"__". 32 48' Citizen today that the Shannahan Five were brought to the'I Son Line Electric
her destination. The vessel was: GALA NIGHT'TONIGHT below zero in northern Michigan, the Firing ,
consigned to the Porter Dock Lopez Funeral Home will be in WEATHER : and have fallen from eastern Texas launch which "' ''Ion fire near city yesterday! by Deputy Thomas r I Searchlight Shell, Grand Aerial
Company I ,charge of arrangements. FORECAST northeastward over the lower the gasoline dock yesterday morning I Russell, and placed in the county.I Bouquet, Grand Cannonade.
t, Ohio Valley and western Virginia. was sunk by his orders. :Jail.
LET US NEW-SHOW (Till 8 p. m. Sunday) i Temperatures continue slightly When he realized that the, burn- I These five men are: T. Beatty, aton': BirthdayDANCE
ATTEND HeUner-Vimon Players Key West and Vicinity: Partly I below normal in southern Florida, ing vessel would probably drift Into : P. S. Bender, ,C. G. Webster. W.
I To Your MOTOR CAR LOUIS CARBONELL'S cloudy tonight and Sunday; mod-i but readings are generally near the dock and cause great damage Geary and J. Stepping., They
I TROUBLESLou ORCHESTRA Opening Monday Feb. 25 ,] crate east and northeast winds. or above the seasonal average to the dock and nearby boat, 'were brought to the city to await '
I One lady FREE with each paid Florida: Partly cloudy tonight, throughout the country except in the chief instructed Seferinoi : trial before criminal court after I F Tonight from 10'tin?
I Smith Service Station I adult ticket and Sunday. I northern and eastern Michigan. Moore and several companions toi being given preliminary
I Gents $1 ; Ladies Free Ad.lts. 35c Children! RAUL'S CLUB
( White at Catherine Phon* 522 L I Doors Open 7 P. M. Jacksonville to Florida Straits:. G. S. KENNEDY. go in a small boat and punch,holes before Peace Justice E. hearln"j
i I Moderate east winds over south i Official in the hull of the burning vessel. ,at Tavernier., C.a U $1 PUs: Tax, LadU. Fre


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r.U.bH Dally Except Cunday By the long calendar of special ,dayswe FOR VISIT HERE .......*........... >.... SERVICE :i'
TUB cmzcx!: rLBumu.ia; CO.. inc.L. "
.. r. AUTUAX. f r..IAr.t. never find it necessary to recall our be- Roy D. Chapin president of I
-=- .y Motor, onetime Secretaryof
From The Citizen liulldlng lief in the law of gravity. But on Sunday, Commerce, born at Landing,r
Corner Greene and Ann Streets RESIDENT ; There will be
Results in the recent nationwide a II
February 24, communities throughout the Gen ral Mills Contest and ( i, Mich., 55 years ago. 'I I II I at Fleming Street l '
Only Daily Newspaper In Key west and Monroe GREATLY SURPRISED AT :
bounty.Uutered nation will observe Brotherhood Day, have sponsored recently here been by Valdes announced.Bakery, I MANY IMPROVEMENTSP. I: Ex-Governor John G. Winant of I I Church Sunday :' \

at JeJ'V.t" Florida as second class matter finding it needful to be reminded of a relationship Many\ local school children in I New Hampshire, president of the;ing I the old young : !);'
I National Consumers League, born I A special feature
.'IFT\- UTII: YEAR both grade and high schools en leprosy.'A 4
which should be the first. and
I I I ice will be the
in New York City, 46 years ago.!
tered the contest for the 2,586! Pa.
dated PT MIJhe .J. Conway, of Pittsburgh, ,
Member .f tfce Asa ber of the old
most sacred, law of the ages-the law of.. there :
is exclusively entitled to use prizes: offered. However i .
Associated Press ft property ip.K. West, church.
_.r repibUcatlGU of all news dispatches credited ten brotherhood. I ICett"ainly *ere no prizes awarded--locally owjier. ) called Margaret'Deland of Cambridge
his visit and
and als.Ike is regular
In this on The
not otherwise c paper pastor will use
or edited First prize winner-in the grade is Mass., novelist, born at Alleghany,
l Citizen
office of as
local news pr at the
we need this ceremonial Qflemembrance. *chool group went, to'Patricia Rose usual when in the city. Pa., 78 years ago. subject On : "Happy March Old t
EDITORIAL) It is significant that tM Sample' of Portland OreKon. First Mr Conway has been coming to ning worship hour \ ;
)rNATlONAL jprize in the J high school group was of Ruth Nichols of Rye N. Y.,
) number :
Key West for a years [of youth.
Conference : J&mes'JcIl'of:
a. 1935 day i is proposed by the National awarded Perham but; did not come this far 'southlt aviator born in New York, City i' I I

nATES.m. of Jews and Christians aimed to , .year, hence his pleased surprise 34 years ago. Injections of
SIB5CRII"TIO 'it t Bertha I
Year _.-_... ....._.. ._.__$10.0' mobilize the goodwill of all ot aH : Winners in this were? ,at the charges which have haTe been found
i.ot persons D. Thomas; Bellview}) l ; John C. I'
Six Months E,11Me been effeced during that time. Ernest P. Bicknell, one of the t tin the treatment of !
Simmons Lakeworth Samuel L.
three Months faiths for the common tasks of civic well ; of
.. . Month .81Aeekly House Miami Bernice Touart, Not only is the cleanliness vice chairman of the American I __
.2' being. We of this nation have it in our. ; the streets and buildings evidenton National Red Cross born near
Penaeola Elsie Surber St. An-
ADVERTISING RATES power to discover and demonstrate to the drews. every hand, he said, but the attitude Vincennes, Ind., 73 years ago.
Made known on appUcation. of the people indicate that THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
SPECIAL :NOTICE whole world a new spiritual quality, andas I Key West is on the road to a
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions I elippect. I Dr. William E. B. DuBois of KEY WEST
substance social solidarity :
for yet unnamed of greater prosperity.
rbltuary notices, etc, will be chanced at
1..1 rat of 10 cents: a line. KEY WEST IN I New York and Atlanta, Negro editor a. at the close of business December 31,, 1934,
;:utlt"*. for entertainments by churenen. from whlcsI as much greater than tolerance as I and leader born at Great Comptroller' Call

The rpivnn CltUin Is to Is be an derived open forum are S cents and Invites a line. discus the sun's rays exceed the light of a candle.I DAYS GONE BY CONCERT SUNDAYJACKSONSQUARE Barrington, Mass., 67 years ago. RESOURCESLoans

4oi> of public 'Issues and subjects of local or generantuest Where shall we look for belief in,the prin- and Investments $ 305.C3lf.43!
but it will not publish anonymous communlatl'ns. Happening; Here Just 10 Yurt Overdrafts __._._. '
ciple of brotherhood if not in those com- Mrs. "Bunny" Sanders
Ago Today At Take From Oft House, Furnitureand
"rrNearly ------ ---- I W. V. shot her
American citizen has panies of men and women who stake their The Files Of Th. Citizen way Fixtures ,.....?_? 33,082.33
every the North American clay target Bonds of States and Possessions '
lives on the spiritual nature of the uni- I championship: by defeating Mrs.! United
his private formula for reestablishing prossperity. PROGRAM TO BE RENDEREDBY of.the
, I I verse? Tolerance is a parlor virtue, a i The person who robbed: WilliamE. Don McClain of Atlanta at Van-t! States ........._._-. 139.370.63 r

I II conversational device of those who wish to Roberts' store yesterday aft- WELTER'S CORNET dalia, Ohio, recently. J JI. Dther Bonds and Securities 74,204.03.
I ernoon between 4 and 5 o'' ,I I ,Stock of the Federal Reserve -' ... ::: ,
be known "large-minded.." The timesare BAND Rank't 'GOOO.oo
I as ., .
., If. you ci. n'i think! .thereVa' pleasure'? :! <( too much conscience be a I 'at I KEY WESTCOLONIAL Temporary'' Federal"De' :"p* " 'fl(rt tlj "(";(.1"

iandsatisfaction in helping :Bothers, try it I too strenuous to be helped much by thief ..He took over $100 from I . I. '. posit!' Insurance --fund "* s91,,n0. ..,. ,. _broad-minded table-talkers. In the mob- a wallet in_ the safe bot.Jeft I HOTEL United States ,Go ern.dal : 01 t a. 1. en '
yourself. 0"1' f $185.83: in the drawer. Whoever r The program to i ie" given tomorrow ' ment Obligation }di'j!, if J'-.;.11Tftct r -. ruft': '.," ,
0 l J ...."v 1r h i: jlization of citizens around the sober busi- I afternoon 11L Welter's! i In the Center of the Business ,
' I. ( did the I ,0( '.1 ----r_ i -" ness of relief and character building noth- someone who was well acquainted I I Cornet Band was ,announced> this and Theater. District ._anteed ..,...... -tlJ_..$832.744.73 ,, '

patriots! : "ver ('rl: d, Yllto.f9110v.: ; the ing less: :than the practice of the art of wiih'{ the 'store-1 and manner!: in I morning. The cpncert: !starts at I ,Casi'and due! +t'Jor't'| .BankaA, 1 95,168,97 I c 101,32,13.70,

example t>f; George- \Yashfngto'n; forget brotherhood will suffice.In which 'the money was kept.: The I 4:30 p. m., and! will be given at Fint Class-Fireproof- !Jf''I',, '1.888.2359

some of the things that 'the::Father of the action of the robber in leaving the Jackson Square. Sensible Rates LIABILITIES
the observance of Brotherhood Dayon large sum for Mr. Roberts caused Numbers to be played follow: _
Capital $; 100000.00
Country did. February 24, we may be able to get be- him to say "I am indeed fortun-. "America." COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN Surplus and Undivided Profits 5S.007.42 j

hind the stage business of organizing large ate that whoever the thief is he March "El Capitan, .Sousa. Circulation , .,,Jr,,, 100,000.00
"The had a heart and gave me a little Overture, "Dawn in the Garage Elevator Deposits .,.._,?..?.,. .... ,.. .-, 1633228.37
scientist Hilled to lecture on
meetings of too little accustomedto "
groups better than a fifty-fifty break. Forest, R. C. Jarrett. Popular Prices
Infinitude of Space" kept his audience meet together. All this is merely a first Fox; Trot "Cocktails For Two," $1.888,235.79

waiting half an hour because he couldn't step, usually a necessary first step in com- "As coon as congress realizes I W. C. Linderman. I.
Waltz "Little Ruby W.
that additional needed to S'J ,
men are
find to park.
a place munities which for generations have been Skaggs. ,
adequately take care of the coast
proud of their differences. But we need defenses of this country then we Tube Serenade, "Grieving

Dr. Osler wants to chloroform 'em at to go on to the more prosaic tasks which, will be able to increase the per- Breezes." William. Donaldson-. be BOy'dHJinke4
Overture, "Czarine," F. G. Jt
the the
sonnel of throughout
sixty, and Professor Townsend wants to for the doing wait for some community country," declared posts :Major EdwardL. Rathbun. f .

pension 'em at sixty, says the Key West leader of imagination and faith, who daresto Stockton, who represents Gen- Fox Trot, "Waggon .Wheels," 110" ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

: Citizen. And let's see; who was it that assume that groups long separated by eral William E. Coe, chief of the Billy Hill.March .
Coast Artillery Corps. Major\ "Washington Grays," C. To get the orfeuul I Davis,100% Pare Paint
once said a man's life starts at sixty?- differences i in religious belief and practicecan '
Stockton who was here in his of- F. Brafulla. nSM11'Q MADE IN BALTIMORE. ntBTrABTKM
Times Union. be united in projects of community ficial capacity, left last night for "Star Spangled Banner," Key. leek for Dsvis long Pure Paint has often' km ,

betterment. Pensacola. The maajor was noncommittal this Label tainted,bat never duplicated. ....Mrrr..

The Fort Myers News-Press believes Mere observance of Brotherhood Day when asked if the war STEAMER PAWNEE I I Davis 100% Pure Paint conform* with ::::...-.:
department contemplaetd sellingthe all pore paint Laws sad is the only paint ::.=,-- ,
.. in the four-squib plan-only four and no however, is not enough. The message of grounds where the army bar- that carries a guarantee of purity. wow: C

more, or multum in parvo.-Key West inter-faith amity and cooperation must be racks is located. COMING TO PORT roll I r this Guarantee on the,l Label -:

that's conch for Phil Barney's The .
Citizen If forward
; throughout.the year. Birthday w......_----e trirb.ny..ia f.w cr_.r./.r..L......:...
"half beauty half wit" crack you fellows National Conference anniversary ended last night in Pawnee of the
better smile when you say that.-Fort tians is engaged in a year-round effort to Key West with one of the most Clyde-Mallory Steamship Lines, is,due. in port TffifllDAYISCftG. &<.sba< 14911 1ALn.-EJmt" .

... Myers\ NewsPress.Ve are not only accomplish this aim. Through seminars delightful dances given in this thin evening from New Orleans C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and' William
held SfreetsFREE
. for city in many months. It was with for local merchants.The .
smiling, but laughing out loud, good round table discussions educational projects freight
at the Athletic Club and given by
measure or "contra" as we "Conchs" say etc. it seeks to break down the misunderstandings the Key West Volunteer Fire De rail for ship Miami will and after Jacksonville.The discharging. -, .-. ,... '"

in Key West. :: and hostilities between citi- partment. The weather was cool Ozark was on this run but I rl".I'IIIII.lIIIII. T IJJT..rl. 'G "A1"I..F'.I.I.I;.

w zens of various faiths. It does not seek to I and delightful. The music was ex- the changes in several '''schedules t-. - I .. .
cellent and the dancers were unan- \
"Faith'in the future has a compensa- merge religions: to promote common wor- imous in declaring the evening were made necessary by the leasing I
to the Ward Line of the Steam-
tory reward" the Key West Citizen observes ship, to discredit any faith or culture but most enjoyable.The 'ship Algonquin, which takes the

noting a rise of 66 per cent in the to unite those of various faiths in programsof I place of the Mohawk. .

bid price for Monroe county bonds duringthe common social, civic and communal in- city of Syracuse is with. i Steamer Mohawk which was in Ii IiI I ,
out a mayor. John J. Hanna, act- : a collision and sunk off the New
.. last year as compared with an average terest. ing mayor and president of the f Jersey coast several weeks ago I TO LADIES OF KEY I

rise of 46.2 for all municipal, district and At the present time, when the city council arrived in Key Wet! was leased by the Ward Line from

county bonds in Florida. "Faith in FERA" economic depression intensifies group hos- yesterday for a stay of several the Clyde-Mallory Lines to take
days. He is accompanied by his the place of the Ward Liner Havana DISHES AND HOUSEHOLD
the new boss of Monroe county, probablywas tilities and breaks down the normal re- wife and daughter Virginia. which has been aground on

the strongest factor in this improve- ristance of people to propaganda seeking the Bahama banks since early in 3 FREE PRIZES DAILY

ment.-Miami Daily News. to arouse intolerance, this program calls I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dudley of January.
I Deep River, Conn., who have been
__. for the active support of all citizen. spending about five weeks in Key BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, UP

,d gr* :i q 4:'2xj if".>'qi inks each V Italian is worth Brotherhood should not only be practiced West and also visited Munson's VIEWS and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23

his/ gold! Forthe killingjof; 2QO. .one day;in the calendar year but in the blffitt; >; .J1o fried of three ,
wet'\ -1ethait'night i for their ti'': ;11: +
Fasciis dema $$2O00 each or 5 life of all people. Only by this REVIEWS ; a OJ n.a
e f everyday} hoMe. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley. who : We want all ladies in Key West to drop I and
f : !
-=, OOO b btP "fr 1\ffifU\b'}\ 1fy: niatl'J o"' nlmeftt'l a1e[ s can the best interests of the country came qfat..1be; invitation of1l1lr. WHAT Tuft31': WUPTHTO WoNT OOWOfftt write 'on a card (which we cwilfi'furmsh->'wha ,t
tt.Jo.1 \.7
Besides'thatahek :
I T ed they f!i l'lnjgZed t .eir' taY".t.o: Henry Fyrd, auto,magnet: in stock that we .haven't at'reient.' .: I .
,helt)l pw !}epleaof Aby stl1ia by M Mtdin\ "] r thp"fjUUj y a.n regretted that business -: ",Wh n;wadepn' ; .,be carried toeveryonn'a ? ,l"ftLi .

'I a1' formal salute to thtr fialian tag the SILVER:PROVES A PUZZLEThe necessitated a return: homeat ,backyard, as! the airplane A SPECIAL PRIZE of..a 33 PIECE.DINNER: ;!

f officer to stand bareheaded this time.Number I can do it, the"people will best ; drawn from the beat' 'fire
Abyssinian pronounce war at an end. ..: the >> suggestion Baily' .

while saluting. Too much power even Citizen has repeatedly confessedits 2 engine company Evening, February 23.

tually will go to a man's head, no matter ignorance upon subjects relating to made excellent time yesterday in David A:! Reed former Republican -

how sound he is mentally. money, the gold standard, etc, and etc. the run to an imaginery fire and Senator from. Pennsylvania, I
carried off the department honors going abroad: DAILY i
However have been with the
we "I licked in November and
The exhibition was part of was
Printers and many readers of newspapers argument of those who recently advocated the celebration in honor of Wash now I'm enjoying blissful 23
know that the letter 'e" is used action about silver. ington's Birthday and was stagedby silence."

much more than any other letter of the Now, we have another problem. As Chief Ralph Pinder. The boysof Episcopal "" 1st Prize-1 Artistic
Wm. T. Manning
Number 2 made the run and *
alphabet or the numerals, but as the new we remember it, the idea was that our had water on the scene in 2 minutes Bishop: /: ' 4 Qt. Tea Kettle. .

deal lengthened into time with its millions, buying of silver, putting up its price, was and 40 seconds. A numberof "Tolerance and love are desperately '. .:..* 2nd Prize-1 2 Qt. Hot and
individual and team contestswere needed today in business
billions and trillions the "0" is called on to have enhanced the buying power of Thermos
... also: held.Editorial . social! and home relationships. Jug.
by the compositors more than any other nations using that metal for currency and
3rd Prize-G Ice Tea Glasses
piece of type when the subject treats of thus help them to buy our goods. Comment: With an George Bernard Shaw, British

administrative expenditure. Of course the We have observed dispatches from honest" bank and an incorruptible author:
rrers. the wiretaPpers did'ot find '"I am an atheist'' and: Ii; thank Daily prizes will be drawn evening., S
numerals can be spelled out but that would China, telling of the evil effect oursilver J Jfrootb! sailisgrtn. Key 3Veet, God for it.'** :. every
first prize ond'card. second prize 3rd card
t ; ; ,
result in a cumbersome conglomeration, policy has had, there have been diplomatic I -- .
t.1 A l lone touchdown coming in Claude' Westerfeld, Texas Senatorin
not quickly perceptible to the eye. discussion about it and a heavy drain of the last quarter, was sufficientfor opposing appointments ofrtroman' S From the daily; suggestions we will also, select S

silver from China has almpst cut in half the defeat One will
Marine.gridders to judge r day. be drawn from these 30 suggestion

When the Macon, like all other the 'Chinese supply of the metal, with interest he Naval Hospital eleven in' the "A married woman ought to beat February 23., The winner to receive a 33 PIECE

dirigibles, met' its untimely fate, The Citi- rates going, as high as:;32 per cent.. game; at the army barracks" yes' home washing dishes.." S
terday. The final Ma-
zen expressed the hope that this loss Obviously, there is a kink in reasoning rines, 6; Naval Hospital, 0. Edward P": -Mtilrooney, head of S We aim to-carry a complete, line of 'i

would spell the death knell of the large somewhere.At N. Y. State Liquor Authority: want you to call every day this week and tell us : i; ,

dirigibles. It was a repetition of the* view this time Japan is exerting tremendous With one of the 10 districts "Undoubtedly, radfo has been 1
covered census in the placed in the
enumeration greatest weapon
taken when the Akron sank into a watery pressure upon the Chinese government -
Key West will probably be com- hands of law enforcement bod4since
grave. Last Wednesday Secretary Swan seeking vast concessions politically pleted within the next 10 days. the development of the I ,

son announced that no more of the jotuns and we suppose commercially. The This enumeration work started OB finger-printing system." South Florida Contracting &:
February 18 and in the sit days
built while he silver situation according to some observers -
of the air would be was ,
since then __ sculptress p
they have been working ..5 S lr r tT Belgian. (1e."J!
secretary of the navy. His statement re- is tending to force- the Chinese to 11 operatives have listed a describing the'Amfrican : ;

flects in a general way the feeling of the give serious consideration to Japanese de- total of 10,835 names. Every look": :'' "Your home is worthy of the,. II

street, lane and alley in the city "It is blend of youthfulnessand ... ,
I into a c .wry-
that for military the mands and may soon force the Chinese ,
majority purposes has been mapped out in order thatno a force and a sort of !nno-j .lIIIII.I.I'; 'I 'IIIrI: ;;

large dirigible is worthless. accepting the domination of Japan. homes will be missed. ,, :ctnse.and: detirminaiion"i ; ' ,
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fTXOSlSt JJatto R prtr end leaven[ Kind San Juanremem.ber 1 I AUTO REPAIRING MISCELLANEOUS
tk. Montana Kid. "Ei KtetT intlixieo Ignacio Carbonell won in the
havf neoked into tk. tort me! gasped Rubrlz. 1 am no ,
at Dwrayn to teal tut tmrrald longer bad. r am only a poor fat tennis singles finals staged yesterday I SAVE MONEY on your Auto Repair REPAIR all string instruments.
crow* of Our Lady ant rvtttm U toBtaJtOf :
work. Done at
EtldllG_ 2'la. governor Ka. foolish old man. If I must die, let me afternoon at Bayview Park. expertly Robert Whitehead, 1310 Johnson -
.tolen tk. crown frtwt ,.1&. Btokof'* at least have my hands In the throat your own garage or at my repair -
..1&.1&. Koto fu.t at ,*'y *et to The tournament has been in progress Reasonable street. feb2C>-4tx
work tm f*, governor"! taft, tncjf of another man. GentleSao Juan. shop. price*
k ar th. men tckont they 0verpow do ,not let Rubrlz: die in the company for several days as. one feature E. E. Evans, 1114 United

on end tnt tt tAl door lortrtts"of the gatt ayartinnt pounding i* of a gringo only!t- I of "La Semana Alegre." street. feb22-2t FOR SALE

thick tin loft ttandt. But ha followed that naive p'ayer- DOINGS .AROUND THE GOLF LINKS DOUBLEHEADERS [Carbonell won out over Peter FOR SALE-15 pieces of improved -

-' by saying, instantly: "Xo' other:dan I Varela, 6-3p 7-5\ and 9-7. FOR RENT Real Estate in th\* City pf

Chapter 20 la the world would nave risked himself ATNAVYFIELD I The preceding day. Varela, and I Key West; 129 acres .land on
DANGEROUS TRICK to grab at me then! S (By GRAVY Ellis the double APARTMENT modem ,
) England won in FOR RENT the Florida Keys. Apply to F.

S 'MONTANA,sprang Into-the.near "It must have been your saint who i I I There were only a very few of Kimchenbaum will meet,the Divot'f finals over Carl Sawyer and Avery conveniences 644 William W. Roberts, 803 Olivia streetfeblll2tx
made me do answered the Kid. I
Below him. the And he chuckled a little, till the. the fellows out last Thursday,[Diggers under the captaincy of HERE TOMORROWMIAMI Johnson. street. Apply Valdes Bakery.
wall dropped a giddy height There I what with the Finals in the golf tournament febl6-tf
violence of the wind and the rushIng -' Rotary Governor i Curry Harris.' The last two meet I[ '

were no stars. A moon waa up. but of the rain filled his eyes and his : Elks Governor La Semana Alegre ings were taken by Curry and TEAM AND LOCAL 'AC.I will take place tomorrow at the, BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now

It only ligntea: the swirling confusion throat. Governor and nineteen other governors Warriors but this time Kirschy Key West Country Club, when 5 OFFICES in. the Helling Build I lOc each or 3 for 25e at TheArtman

S of the storm clouds which had "Death' of my sonll" he heard Ru-.S I here at one time 'which fays he and his gang will win even I I CREGATIONS TO MEET;I Robert Spottswood and Joe Lopez' ing. 319 Duval street..Apply to Press, Phone 51, CitIZen -

spread out of tho east until almost brie saying. " I caused so many to miss their usual if he has to keep the score him- FIRST GAME TO START i iI I match their golfing ability.LEGALS F. W. Roberts, 803 Olivia Building. octlS

the entire sky was covered. Gusty, ICThe .sport, happiness and growls. However self. You know, Kirschy is one of I I PROMPTLY AT I O'CLOCK .. street. febll-12tz

warm. breaths of the coming storm general had come lifci. a whirl- I some of the faithful were on the best. scorekeepers on the I I. I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
struck'Into( .the face of_the Kid. BICYCLESWE cards, $1.25. The Artman
wind as soon as the alarm reached. deck. course as well as the longest driv- The doubleheader to be played J1.J1.I

H. dropped to his knees and him and with him. poured In the I er. When he hits his ball it goes i at the Navy Field tomorrow afternoon \ rinrtir (OLRT. vrvrn Press. &DC'l

peered Into the dimness below him. eleven young officers who had been Jim Koodle de Flue must have I 175 yards to the left and then will bring together: some "FLORID TWENTIETH Jt' : RENT by the Hour Day or' .
nIj flKrtlT. MONIIOK rOt>
Then the hand- of ,Rubrlz. fell on his drinking In their mess-halL Others- i a little Scotch in him as well as a 175 yards to the right, finally I of the best baseball players in T". IN ciiiNrKiti. Week. Repair all makes and MIMEOGRAPH ;PAPER. 600

shoulderThis,- officers, servants, private soldiers. few other widely separated nation-lending up 150 yards ahead of him So'uth Florida. DOROTHY JANE RICE. I paint them with Nu-Enamel. We sheets $1.25. The 'Artman

Is a thing I have always formed a solid pack: with the general I alities. He never spends less than (which, when you add up all that I In the opening game Key West. VII.ERSEST. Complainant I carry a full supply of parts. Press Citizen Building.

knownald the ouUaw-"that one but he rushed throne" them five minutes on each hole looking S distance, makes the sum of 500 I will use the following players: M. RICE. Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand Jun27tf
day I should be In such a place, with I Defendant'
and ran straight to the closet In I for little of wood known I M. Acevedo. C. Casa P. Pena at sell them as low as 11.00
piece the
no escape; and" the enemy all beforeme a "yards or equal to driving ORDER OP PUBL.ICATIOV TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
which his safe was standing. There tee. Then he first Baker at second Castillo at It appearing by the sworn hill per week. J. L. Slower Music
and behind me a cliff that could he slammed the door In the faces of commonly as a drags length of No 5 in one shot. Even ; ; f filed In the above-stated cause that sheets 75c. The Artman Press..
not be climbed. Well. San Juan of :. about 15 yards behind his con- Clarence Camber, the longest driver third; Armando at short; Ludy Krnent M. Rice. the defendant therein Company. aug'l

Capistrano has been my friend but I the rest. temporary players. It has been 'I"I in golf competition, shoots but. Acosta in left and Ubieta at right I named, Is a nonresident of the S -
awful fear worked in State of Florida and whose address
now be Is tired perhaps. Let us be his told that he walks along hoping measly 75 yards. In the second game another line is Mil ford. Delaware and that he Is FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUSMEN'S
throat He could hard fit the I
ready to die together,like men. Let ) that somebody will lose a ball or,ta up just as good will play the visi- :I over the age of twenty-one years: !
key Into the old lock. But at last the
it Is therefore ordered that saidnonresident WANTED Year-Round Rental FANCY RAYON Plaited
the club and he will be. tors. .The Miami team has the
f. ue.uP; dead! heavy door swung wide and made aUUe a of course Bt'ginning'.lMarch: I, all players defendant be and he Is
the first find their 'cards same, players seen inaction herea hereby required to to the I Unfurnished Modern BungalowEast Hose, Imperfect, 16 pairs
"Look said Montana. There Is to fame.. I are a'ke'd to turn in appear '
sound that sUot despair
moaning : '
I bill of complaint filed in said causeon Write Box S. $1.00 Postpaid Satisfaction
Section. ,
S ta Jedse here under the window.* .' -- for pairing in the City Champion few week! ,ago.I inamely, Todd
through the heart of Igoaclo r or before Monday the 1st day of
'f Office.
Is wide enough for a man to lie onIf .- Estrada. .''''':'< '1 : ''Thursday, Sam was teamed up ship. That is, providing yom intend .Sauts, Covington Barrow Lee, April A. D. 1935. otherwise the allegations Citizen feb20-4tx Economy' HosieryCo.

the man uses Is almost a with Russell Kerr against Willie I to1 ntel'.' There will be,the Stephens. Fleming.. Reinhauserand confessed of said said bill will defendant.It be taken. .. Asheboro, N. C. feb23-ltx
as by
foot wide It Is more than a foot "polled c open the one drawer Watkins and Cookie Mesa. From ;S regular first flight with its usual others!-a good bunch of ball Is further ordered that this or- FEMALE HELP WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTEDiThiI'E

wideyon seer* ..s':. HE that really'mattered and there. all the ,growls, cussing and gripes ,!I award"of a season ticket and t* players. "<"" .a: : I der be published once each week
for four consecutive" weeks In The
-afcse'rr'of' soulltreathed! : ': S \ ' ithe S All are ,requested ton be at the I ADDRESS; envelopes 'for;advertis. : ;;; f-'
my 18 found, by the blind grarp of his' everybody in the foursome was prize for' the nner-up. In Key West Citizen a newspaper money doing

t:,1ha:-bandt! peering down through hands, the treasure. Only when his losing, believe it or not!!! 'second! of consolation flight-will Itrounls; early. New bleachers have published In said. County and State.I ers. Earn. $15, 'weekly,4p.: .' needlework :at homcL.: No can-

the'darkness besidt his frleod LIe lands had closed on it was he able. I be the usual award also of a half been ereetel and there will be accommodations I (SEAL This)February ROSS 16th._ C. MA 1935.WY. n. rience unnecessary., ,Stamp vassing. Stamped envelope

there? Even bird with win&r wouldbe to look. And now he saw It again. Yesterday "Pious Willie decided -' dozen balls or some such prize. for everyone. Clerk Circuit Court. brings details. Hercules Sys brings particulars. ROYAL

afraid to lie there." I I The first will start at 1 WM. H. MALONE tem. Box 287, Detroit Mich. CO.
clearly the semi-circle which hail that he and Timotheus Pittman game Solicitor for Complainant. I NOVELTY Portsmouth

"It has to be this way, or are we broken when be tore It from its could take on.two Sams and come I The FERA cup championshipmatch p. m., sharp. I feblS-23:!; mar-9-16. 1935 feb23-ltx Ohio. feb23-ltx

to surrender to bad luck Mateo? i place '.rlth the eye. ot the brown, in smiling. Take a look at Willis will get under way tomorrow ----._-....- --.- --- ---.
I'll show the wat- -- "
you image looking up towards him in the next time you are in the post morning at 9 oclock when Joe
As ha slid I
through the window "
the first gust of the rain struck him. ,resignation and in pain. office. His face will tell the result Lopez tangles up with Bob Spotts-

The general crowded the treasure ?. wood. The second part of the
The big. wind-swept drops drove back: into its chamois bag. \..Ith the S
match wil! be in the afternoon
I played -
through hi. clothing
skin and him Instantly Then the door of the safe still open, he re Next Thursday the Sand Crabs. leaving the tee promptly at

his feet found the ledge. It was mained on hla knees for a moment under the leadership of Johnny 2 p. m. May the best man win-!!
allowln. the sickness to pass from .: [ !
yard and a half below the window RELIABLE FIRMS
his heart. while his attitude was - -
and consisted
merely of the space
that of 01.3 in prayer.
left when the wall receded In
of Its set-backs of which there were one emeralds lie had so been long.a fool bargaining to keep with the CIRCLING THE CAULIFLOWER ROWBy

several between the botto.n and the
the "fences" who were willing to V

top."Follow me, Mateo! he called. price.receive After the stolen all. they goods were at only a certain nat OSCAR PITA fc Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfactions

-It Is possible tu stand on It. Let The boxing card to be put on and gave the Indian a couple, of
ural In wishing to make their profit. I
yourself down. Stand with your toes Finally, he was able to get to his at the high school. gym Monday dandy and busy rounds with the I. s s

on the outslce of the ledge to slant feet' close and lock the old sate. It night under the supervision of the II I gloves. Rojas is going to find the ,i ..........--------------------------------------.-----------...- .....- .-.-.- .- .(,CCISICCSISSICCSeSSCCCCSSWEFf S

your body" In against the trail. And was madness. he thought to keep American Legion was completed 1 geing! pretty rough when he crawls ,: DEUCIOUS ,:
thenHe such valuables in such an ntiquated yesterday.Joe I through the roped arena to face CLOVER
could not speak again, for the .
from : CAKES and
the hard-hitting
place of safe-keeping! That, would VINES
enter door to the rooms the : : :MARINE CURIOS :
gov- Zarate and Kid Pelican Miami is for
The wild bull
be> his first step-to demand a modem ready CONDENSED. MILK went' down with a prodigious !- safe, to preserve safely the pay :ave'T>een assignedToY the 'suclound Ramirez. The one and only cow. : SOUVENIRS :
crash. lIe Mateo's Cocoanut each 15e .
saw bulky Plants
of the soldiers which had to pass main preliminary and Tam- puncher is quite confident that he .: ASK FOR IT AT YOUR
form down from the window.Then .
the Mexican was bes.<*e kirn. through his hands. pa Tiger Kid and Jack Solano can flatten the former Key West I Hibiscus Plants each 10e-25c .. Fishing Tackle, Kodaks:: NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

After he had come to these conclusions will battle in one of the two four boxer. Bougainvillea, Red or Purple and Films t
edging In pursuit as na worked his I' : ;
he took two or three deep rounders. The-names of the two _ JOe to $1.00 ., Same quality and weight as
way cautiously along the narrow I
breaths and then rubbed the color contestants, who will exchange 1 I : Diamonds, Watches and : other higher priced condensedmilk. :
ledge. Jimmy Wade, Florida's newe4! Poinsettia Plants, Soc ta $1.00 ,
into his swarthy cheeks and gave a blows in andther preliminarybout I II : JewelryWatch .
Orel-head there was thuuderlng procoect to the fistic world seeking Crotons, each , 2Sc ,
few turns to his prodigious! mustachee.
of footfalls. A light swung out from was not learned. I I higher laurels in the game, Turks Cap each 25c .. : and Jewelry : -DISTRIBUTED BY-

the window almost instantly and disappeared down to Key West fit as
comes a
dgaln. It flashed from another When more he snugly had shrugged into his his tight shoulders nn-. The card, which contains 32 fiddle for his ten-round encounter II k Roses, dozen, ? $1.20 : Our ady-to-Serr Cake : Repairing r: TRUJILLO BROTHERS

window around the corner of rounds of steady classy and :and Pastries are always freak I :
form coat the I general strode out of with the great battler. Pete Nebo. .
the tower a radiance that glittered rpeedy fights is headed by Pete FRANK JOHNSON : WHOLESALE GROCERY
the closet which held the safe, and Wade is expected to arrive in the J I South Florida Nursery Maloney & Peacock :
for a moment through the slant lines Nebo local lightweight sensation,
of the falling rain. went into the outer rooms. He was and Jimmy Wade Orlando's prideof city tomorrow by plane. Phone 597 Catherine St. : PHONE 818 :: Colonial Hotel Bit?. :t DivUIaa cod Thomas Streetsoeeeeeeeee
indignant as he saw the crowd ,
And then the wind came 1 a billow which filled the chambers. And he the fistic world. S '. .. ....................... S.................... .I t.S .
and with a booming sound and The Orlando scrapper will bring S 5 s S eee.
said to Don Luis that thin-faced. SELECT SEA FOODSJewf
began to pr at Montana t" loosen Joe Ramirez. who meets Baby with him a fresh knockout victoryover : HAPPY DAYS
major who had been overseer in the PLUMBINGDURO i ARE HEREDclmomcp
him from his hold. tormenting of Rubriz. "Clear the Face Rojas in the semi-wind up, the noted Potts from Tulsa, 1 uh.. 2 Ibs. _ _ _3Sc ; INSURANCEOffice

rooms!" worked out with Pete yesterday Oklahoma. Yellowtail Steak 2 Ik.. 35c ;! ,
came to the corner of the 4 4
HE It was done at once. Only a few I
I [
tower. And here the ledge dis-I Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ib*. 25c : : 319 Dura Street
officers remained and an armed
appeared. It did not turn onto the .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePEOPLE'S 25c PUMPS : c-/
Grouper, 2 Ibi. :
guard outside the broken door. The ..: I ..1.L,5
other side of the wall. So that they
sign ot the shattered wood stirred FORUMeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Saapp.r,2lbs. . 25 : PLUMBING SUPPLIES :
were utterly iccked and held. here
i the general more than bloodshed Mutton Flak, 2 Ibi 25e:' TELEPHONE NO. 1
to a standstill
on a battle-field. It was only when S ..
But Matte wa-, :. cheerful t beside- he ,bad seated himself in his big Large Select OysteraS' :: PHONE 348 C. tA I : .
him. DENIES FALSE REPORTS to .ra and have it repaired, C S f
'J throne-like chair however that he FRESH : -.THEL'1'; ; S : TrY..rt&sIi'At'
"1 was wronil salt* Rnhriz.3That ask I RELATIVE TO KEY WEST I which -hie Slid1. After my ;family : ,SHRIMP : ,, .I'' "
began to : questiontSegei4 ", it ro' r J:
.4 .: ;! sa|\Y.h of pajjlstrano. tha.t.fe. Andres' was' the first'to I'' moveVMtaek to Philadelphia they Klngfuh Mackerel : :' ; :' RfUaarajdDiBra '
P 'low is not one to lose heart lie will Citizen received letters PORTERALLENCOMPANY b
;( Editor. The : some friendly .I
be .cal1e4n1&clC.b still
Qd was driedon
"i I make1 thta'sa titie'as a toad to' ui:, his wrists. His features remained I I have read your article, appear- from families. living in Key[ Westi: FREE PROMPT! DELIVERY : JOHNC.PARK .' . ,f ..: Budweiser l 1 ""__' _''' lie ,

and-" discolored. Yet hfi'cyes 'were clear' ing in the issue of February 15 In oneof, the letters about IB'year; S LOWE, FISH COMPANY : :'51. C ,.. : ,**.,..* I
Here the voice went out of him. . i iD
Miami we'Veturned
'" 1 and relative to people ia1! after to Philadelphia, '
d J Tie wiid. courageous.Ilocausd "" PHONE' isi 4 328 SIMONTON ST.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : --.-----*',,50c. .Tfe, am*..M..
screamingfuddenl'tjtag'g'erea .
r : : of his courage rather I spreading notorious rot in accord we were gladden d heyo words I i S .

S I uubrfo so that he fought. 'for than his discretion. bo told a clear with the facts relative to conditions of expression. - I .s.SCCCCCCIICICCC.CCCCSCS i e e S C $e I ..C I I C C S S S C S C C S C S.I ICCSC ;......................
his balance'with swinging arms On .1
L Stralghtfc ward story from the moment ( in Key West. The writer I The letter stated that num-
the ot the footnold. And Montana t : :
verge when the tapping was heardat and his family were attached to erous ocean-going tugs scows, S OYSTERSSERVED AARON McCONNELL : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU Attention Housewires
digging his feet trongl> in on !
the postern to that time when he the West Naval Station in the : 536 Street :
Key dredging machinery, concrete mixers FUmiBf
the edge of the rock. getting a ANY STYLE :
partial had nearly suffocated and had I : To see the PRETTY GIFTS :
handhold on the corner masonry -: ret years of 1900-1901 and are quite I and much other equipment had .
continued to work at the gag until familiar with Fort Taylor and arrived select .. 75c : : at
of the tower. reached out with at Key West and that actual Extra large quart We are now offering 3

his left hand and pulled at the big it cry was out loosened for help.and he was able to Fort Jefferson of those days. t construction of the proposed i Standard, quart __ 70c : THOMPSON'S FREE grades .0

Mexican. After few hours in the Jef railway to the mainland was to be- I
The general said. TVhat tapping a I NICE JUICY STEAKS (II. Watch J
The pull>> and the jar of th9 wind ferson Hotel in Key West, the gin at once. So do not be discour- : MARINE MUSEUM
could have called you out from your I k'1I Sandwiches ...... AMERICAN COFFEE
swung him sldewlse so that the writer heard some remarks made aged about what street corner I Oyster lOc :

storm could get at him more tally post1There I S I by a group of non-residents in the l loafers say about Key West. Filet Sandwiches -. lOc sk. 324 Margaret Street :
is a girt in the inn next to J! :Things that your. friends wfll
Ills left foot slipped from Its par- seemed to be workedup All Other Sa Jwicn : -at-
the fort. I told her that if she ever lobby. They If they never make another WATCHMAKER, JEWELEh :appreciate. Come in and see .
chase He waited for the next Pit tapped in a certain way I would about a picture in a Key Westnewspaper. cigar or cigarette in the city of Hot Souse Every SaturdayWELLS' them.
to tear him loose. But as it had AND ENGRAVER : :
speak to her. One remark I distinctly Key West, there are a thousand 25c,2ocandl5clb.STAR .
come suddenly so the wind eased< all those intervening See Him For Your Next p Year next Lobster Crab Dla- :
The general was so angered that recall after other things! more valuable which Work
while the handhold LUNCH ROOM : ner will be much more delicious
for a moment he almost leaped up from his chair. years was: "Well, these people -; Key West can do to place itself in : ALL PRICES REDUCED
ot Montana still held good. cannot ' 900 Southard Street 'if it is baked and served In our : COFFEE MILLS
And his officers muttered together. I must think the U. S. the forefront of southern cities.
lie regained his former position them." I H..,.. 9 t. 12-1 to : Giant Scallop or Heart Sea :
sympathetically. I get' along without ,Every official that ever spent! PHONE 207-W 512 Greene St. Phone 256 "
with Rubrix now desperatel!) flat : Shells. ,
wall his (Corifrtff\t. i,H. Carper; lIT thn) I I I at once arose from the desk I a day in Key West likes ,the city Open Saturday Nightseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 'SCCCCSICSSICCCSICSCSCSC. .:, S
tened against the arms ...CC CCC C S C..CCC... .
I I where' I was writing to my superior very much. Some day some advocate ee e *,f. .,
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spread outMother CI .w.C C S C S I C C. m
Libido question the fickle !*. officer in Washington, and of Key West will build a I CI
of Heaven! Mother cf S
Ita. Monday. I I looked over the shoulders of the tQwer in the Island City a? large DINE AT THE : Birds Animals Fish : PRITCHARD :: SERVE THE POPULARDESSERT

--- -- -- --- the as the Bok Tower and the VaBey
: parties holding newspaper

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e< F. Handel famed German composer -I caused their immoderate re Forge Tower combined, and then I!S PLAZA RESTAURANT ,: MOUNTED, : S

born. Died April 11, 1759.' 1\\ What I 'saw for the first you will "find ,the detractors rushing IFUNERALHOIWI

Today'sAnniversaries nearly took my breath, away.I over each other, trying,to repent -, If yea are a c utom*<| to : CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMT Royal Palm Ice Cream

1787-Emma Willard, Troy, I became entranced. It was a large ;, and see who can reach the 5' dining at, y m will find :: : Dignified; 3r.P tn tiComrtnsy : AadNorcUb*
picture of Key West with a proposed -A-men corner first. I
Y.. and Hartford Conn., N.I t THE PLAZA, a novel aDd t
.....eeeeeee*..eeeeee i railway reaching in an unbroken 'Wait and see. Key West will W : : BARBECUES of all kied.Dlklom .
principal and writer, born line to the mainland. I become the Bermuda of America jojrabU experience. Fine Work At Reasonable S 4 SI
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1 663 Samuel a .
Pepys famed Berlin, Died at Troy, t
I thought quickly and begged them before many years roll along. k' Toasted SaadwklM.
.26 English 1703.diarist, born. Died May April 15, 1870. I! rot to talk so loudly. that their remarks .- CHARLES H. UMSTEAD. BREAKFAST : Price :t: LICENSED EMBALMS S .:,

: if overheard might insult Washington, D. C., .IS COLD BEER
1851-Frederick B. Warde, actor our host and his friends, and the Feb. 18, 1935. t S : PHONE 2O : Amknlanr Srvie* :

IftgO-Sieur de Bienville, Jean born in England. Died in remarks ceased. S SUPPER : .. . .. lows BARBECUE

Baptiste Lemeyne. French governor New York, Feb. 8. 1935. I The next' day I was invited to r .-More jobs for American women : 801 Fleming StreetKEYwEStF. :: LADY ATTZNBAJIT,: : J.

of Louisiana, founder of New make an appraisal of a large iron is the particular slogan of Miss PLAZA RESTAURANT I '..: .S WUto. at Newt s StreetCmbServk.

Orleans, born in Canada. Died i* 1856-Douglas Volk, famed por- steamship' which ran en the reefs Bertha Neinburg of California, 5C5DStrset :: : d ""' ; .

Paris, March 7, 1768. .trait painter born at Pittsfield, near Key: West ia: a heavy storm.A new. assistant director of the Wo .. ., . .

Mass. Died at Freyburg. Maine,J' friend of mine from Philadelphia men's Bureau in. the Department ::; . -- Sa

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Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress BIG EVENT WILL BE INITIAL FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 327 Elizabeth Street Winners in Friday's contest at congregation of the First

'PHONE 752-J -- Sunday school 9:30 a. m. the South Florida Contracting and Baptist Church are to have another -

PERFORMANCE OF HEFF- Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts. 527 William StreetE. Sunday morning service at 11 Engineering Company were as special treat at the Sunday

.SSS.SsSSSSSSSS.......SSSSSS..ISSSSSSSSSS.SS .S.S NER.VINSON SHOWS Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor Richard Evans Pastor o'clock. follows: Mrs. George Perpall first morning service (tomorrow).

Church Sunday school opens at Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening service at prize; ; Mrs. Everett Sawyer second George White tenor soloist who

Washington's Birthday Ball At The Heffner-Vinson playersare 9:45 a.. m., under leadership of Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 8 o'clock. prize; Mrs. Buena Sands, third sang the leading part in the

scheduled their showin Gerald Saunders, general super Sermon subject: "Worship." Reading room in Society build- prize. "Pirates of Penzance" Tuesday
Casa Marina Was Grand Affair the big waterproof open tent theater I intendent. Each department meetsin Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. ,ing {:open .1u d'J. and F/idkys This b the last day of the contest night, will render another one of

-- Monday 25. Th 'Its own assembly' room. Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock. truss 3 to 5 o'clock. ,One of the best suggestionsof his inspirational solos at this
night, February --
1 The George Washington's Birth- Tha.nhauser appeared in an ornate- balance of the people making 'up: Worship services -at 11 a. m. Sermon subject: "The Confidenceof I the week will be chosen tonight service.

day Grand Ball held last night at ly embroidered Chinese robe with the show have arrived in the city, :I andat 7:30 p. m. The sermon : Hope. I. SAINT PETER'S CHURCH. from five of the best daily lUg-I His selection is, "I Will Lift
d(' in the morning will be brought by I Wednesday\ evening at -1:30.0'dock1IUdwek gestions and dinner "
Casa Marina was well-attended appropriate accessories, an )Ir. and are now looking over Key a 33-piece set.. Up Mine Eyes by Harriss. lie

mostly by members of the winter Thanhauser in a ballet costume West. pastor entitled: "Christ'The; Wis- *" ;..:.,..? .,. service,. ,. :. ; (Colored) awarded the winner. will be accompanied by Miss Edna
I' \ > -
with complete with wig. These two dom of God. For the evening Center. Street Between Pefronia Smith director.
hotel a
colony and guests, r A few of these people who fLEMI. C STREET METHODIST
sprinkling of Key Westers. costumes were much. admired C by have been coming here for several! the sermon topic will be: "The" I CHURCH ,' : and Olivia Subscribe to The Citizen. Miss Smith needs no introduction -

Those who were not in costume the other guests. have remarked about the Cross, Our Stumbling- 'Block. I'I'U \ Sunday Services to our Key West folks, who
and Mrs. wore years Young Peoples'meeUng at 630o'clock. Mass, 8 a. m. I which raises them to their feet in already know of her splendid
wore formal dinner clothes, Kay McCullough a many improvements noted sin e Cor. Fleming and William Street! ac
Miss Vanessa Collins, Solemn Evensong and Benediction honor and self-respect and sends
the scene as presented to the eye Far-East costume of striking orig- their last visit. They say there is Shuler Pcele Pastor complishments.
president. of the Most Blessed Sacrament them forth to lives of living serv-
offered a gay and sophisticated. inality and beauty. The Duke of no reason why Key West should Sunday school at 9:45 a. m "

throng, dining in the spacious.din- Arcos appeared in full court not be made a tourist center as it Midweek prayer and praise William N. Knowles superintendent. 7 p. m. ice. KAPPA PI
of the hotel and later' regalia and Leo B. Warren, direc- service on Wednesday evening at Classes for all Church school, 8 a. m. Spiritual for evening service.
ing-room has everything climate, in charge. "
dancing in the ballroom which' tor of social activities at the hotel atmosphere of welcome and what 7:30 p. m. Sermons at 8 a. In. and 7 p. m. "Lord I want to be a Christian. MASQUERADE BALL
Choir rehearsal Friday eve-I Week-Day Services Church school 3:30
on m.
had been specially decorated for wore a baker-boy uniform it takes to make a real tourist I ages.Morning worship at 11 o'clock. p. TONIGHTCUBAN
at 7:45 o'clock. JosephSawyer Mass and Thurt-
ning Tuesday
the occasion.A with tall white cap and apron. town. Sermon subject: "The Ethics of '
well-han- organist; Gerald Saunders I day at 7 a. m. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH CLUB
had been The entire affair was "
special menu One lady will be admitted freeon Prayer.
prepared during which Richard dled and much enjoyed by the the opening night with each choir director. 1 Intermediate Epworth League Litany and) Sermon on (Colored Gent 75c Ladies Free
7:30 )
Principale and his Casa Marina large number of guests present, all ; paid adult ticket. They claim meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda- p. m. .
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN i Confessions A/ter the Wednesday
themselves : Corner Division and Thomas Sts.
Orchestra rendered beautiful of whom expressed as
a that if you really want to laugh line Watkins superintendent. -
program including several Spanish having appropriately and delight- I see Jimmie Heffner in the comedyrole. CHURCH__ I I Young People's Departmentmeets evening service. H. R. Hill pastor MONROE THEATERDick

numbers and the modern, exquisite fully celebrated the occasion of I He will be remembered as J. C. Gekeler, Pastor at 6:30 p. m. Miss: Mary:!\ SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST I Sunday school 9:30 a. a.

"Bolero" of RaveL Washington's Birthday.The 'the Red Headed, Freckled Face White and Washington. Felton, president. Preaching 11 a. m. Powell and Ruby Keeler.FLIRTATION
Corner of CHURCH
The ballroom, decorated with Ball last night was almost Country Boy. Streets Evening worship service at 7:30 Junior A. C. E. League meetsat -in-

flags pictures of our First Presi- the last large event that will occur The show will be located at the A. o'clock. Sermon subject: "Happy 5:39: p. m. WALK
school ,
dentl tall, swaying palms and vases during the Key West social Sunday! at ,10"a. m. Old Age." (Colored Senior 'tA.l C. E. League meets -
of Duval and Division -
corner C. Elgin), superintend Corner Duval and Eaton Streets Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orcne I
of colorful gladioli. was very inviting rcaron.lhftiiv.ha3' now taken its M\ id-week- ernic/, .Wed at ''' \\J )Pr '
: streets. & ght : jprpyejj :
The is
Adult BiblefCiasV Southard Street Between Thomas I 15-,20c, Night, 1S-2S
and the dance music de- pkce with the brillia'nt and lovely < in nesday evening,jit..'Ii3 0 o'clock.Senior J 1 Evening service 8 p. m. _' ra. ; I
by the 'a 'study of and Emma Streets '
affair and the pastor thej NI.w''I
captivating, New Year's Eve choir will practice immediately
ne an j'WeWservlW
P1t\lnYl\ \ ( Book he Apostles I '
costume Valentine Ball', all t, three havingrovea1outstithding MRS. ROBERTS of Acb9ri I service. II. Gary Leader '! 1..1.
Among the most striking I, Class.BENEFIT'CARD 1"--1
*'wcf&-the one worn by :Mr. : successes, Sermon topic:"The Beneficent: r; Intermediate choir( :}vijl la, practice Sabbath School (Saturday I Friday, ,'r.7i3.. D.'f" m.t chpirr ; 'toerSeaHotelhyir '
and Mrs. Edwin Thanhauser. :Mrs. year, ", BREAKS ANKLEMET Conqueror Thursday 7 p;:n p. o'clock. I! 1. Ci JUuuDeana. ;
!? j ,
Evenmg"wors1up 7:30 o'clockVSermon 1I1 1' in ( '
at Church services 11 o'clock -'- i FLEMIN'GMSTREETROOM '

School Glee Club Held I WITH MISFORTUNE AT "topic: "Salvation second for tn'e PENTECOSTAL I the morning. PARfY running water __ $1.00
High Nations. This is the sermon Y. P. M.\ V. S. meeting, 5:30
I FIREWORKS DISPLAY on the Book of Jonah.At 909 Olivia Street !o'clock p. m. Monday March 4, 8 O'clock ROOM, with bath 1.50
Meeting Thursday Wm. Skondeen Pastor WOMAN'S CLUB BUILDING WEEKLY RATES
Interesting I the midweek Bible study on Prayer meeting every Wednesday
LAST NIGHT the Sunday morning worship, 11 1307 Division Street
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., night at 7:30 p. m. Newly RenovatedNew
studies continue in the Book of Table Prizes-Door Prize-.
The High School Glee Club of ing on an operetta entitled, Miss Mrs. George A. T. Roberts suffered Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. RefreshmentsTICKETS EquipmentNew

Key West held its first meeting Cherry Blossom} ," which they plan I a broken ankle last night Job. m. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH --. 50 CENTS ManagementNO

Thursday night, February 21st,.at to present. to the public some while leaving the bleacher stands LEY MEMORIAL M. E.. Sunday night evangelistic serv- (Colored) CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE
time in March. .
after the conclusion of the fireworks ice 7:15 o'clock.
which time plans for the club'suniforms A'auong those attending the I CHURCH. SOUTH and A. T. McCaskill. Pastor
7:15 m.,
i display. Tuesday p. prayer
discussed. For the first meeting were: Misses Mary' M.\ A. Moreno, Recording Steward
were Just as she had almost reached Cor. Georgid Division Sts. I praise service. Washington Birthday
Garcia Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary
present no particular type of unL Eleanor Boyd, Norma the last step on the stands she Rev. W. J. Martin Pastor Friday 7:15 p. m., fellowship
definitely decided Marjorie Frow Clara Roberts, missed her and fell the I Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. MUNSON ISLANDFISHING
form has been footing Church school at 9:45 a. m., meeting. BallTONIGHT CAMP
service a. m. Costume
Helen Saunders, Edna Russell, left leg being jammed between the Saturday 2:30 p. m., boys' and Sunday
upon. with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent o'clock.
Evening worship, 7 Operated by R. M. Ellison
Officers of the Glee Club were I Dorothy Bearup Margaret\ Dexter step, it is said. girls' church. Cat

elected, and these comprise: Marguerite Goshorn Eloise Guito, Friends who were with Mrs. Morning worship at 11 o'clock.I TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN -0- Guides Beat and Fishing Boats on AvailableSea

George Perpall president; Herbert Winifred Shine Beatrice Spence Roberts at once realized that a Sermon subject: "Service and I CATHOLIC CHURCH CHURCH
Eddy vice-president; Beulah and Barbara Carey. Frank Alvarez fracture had resulted from the fall Sacrifice." Food-Fishing
Lee Williams, secretary and Steve Boyden Richard and medical attention was sum- Junior Epworth League meetsat St. Mary's Star of the Sea -0-
(Colored) Write for Reservation, PostOffice .
treasurer; Marguerite Goshorn, Lund, George Perpall Gerald moned at once. 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archerin Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., 717 Simonton Street Dinner 7-8 Ramrod Key

librarian; and. Richard Lund. reporter Eddy, Warren Hill and Anthony Today she is resting at the homeof charge. in charge Rev. Alfred DeBarritt. Pastor Dancing 912:30 Accessible by Rail or Auto to

Pinder, Jesus Carmona, Herbert Mrs. T. L. Finder on South Intermediate Epworth League Order of services for this Morning service at 11 o'clock."A $2.00 PER PERSON Ramrod Key

The Glee Club is busily work- Knowles. street. meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. church: Pure Church." CASA ARINAHOLTSBERC'S Camp Boats Meet Guests -'

Pierce in charge. Sunday morning :Masses!\ will, be. "The Rates $5.00 Per Day.- t 4
--- - ---- SS.S.SSS.S.S.SSS.S..S... ' Evening at 7:30 o'clock. '
Young People's Departmentmeets I said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. American Plan ,
Lame Man. _,
Making Plans To ''II New InnovationAt PERSONAL MENTION at 6:30 p. In. Miss Norma Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. "That religion is best for men

Raul's Club Yates president.Evening I Evening service at 7:30 o'clock,

Give Card Party .SISSSS.SSSSSS.SSSSSSSS.i worship at 7:30 ,' Sundays and Fridays. ,

Tickets for the St. Patrick' Today inaugurates the very Gwynn Bethel left yesterday' o'clock.Joy and Sermon Sorrow.subject" : "Tearsof THE SALVATION ARMY KEYVEST'S MOST
for Key West socialitesin afternoon for a business visit in
held Mon- new H $
Day card party to be Prayer and praise service each POPULAR FOOTWEAR
day evening, March 4, at theVoinan's the form of the Cocktail Hour. Miami. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer !- D. ARONOVITZDepartment I

% Club building, sponsoredby This initial hour will take place Young people's choir practice in Charge I The Store of FashionsBeautiful
Club Beaver an arrival
this afternoon at Raul's Harry was I
St. Mary's parish, are selling visit each Thursday at 6:30 p. m. 1002 :Fleming Street Received,the new ,
Miramar\ the Boulevard.A yesterday from Miami for a Store
rapidly and indications are that on Church choir practice each Fri. Company meeting (Sunday

all tables will be reserved before I special dance program has of several days with the family. day at 7:30 p. m. tthool), 9:30 a. m. Kayser ChifonMIR0KLEER I New
that date. been arranged for the occasion Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. 618 STREET
and between 5 and 7 today smart James :Moore!\ head of the
Tickets be obtained from Y. P. L. meeting, 6:15 p. m.
in attendance to Reedy Forwarding Company returned -
Demeritt Mrs. J. G. society will be Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m.
Mrs. II. R. ,
have its pre-dmner aperitif or yesterday from a short
Piodela, Mrs. Phillip Wilson. MT*. two. and at the same time enjoya business trip to Miami. I Eaton Street Between Duval and I I Spring Shoes
Pinder other ladies of JAINT PAUL'S CHURCH
Pauline or Sim nton Streets Ladies' White Linen and
bit of delightful dancing. Silk StockingsThey're
the parish. tIn i Mrs. E. M\ <. Semple and daughter James S. Day, Pastor For Smart and
addition to table prizes and :I Miss Mary Semple, came to Bible School at 9:4.5 a. m. Sunday Services: Novelty Cloth Shoes Finest I

refreshments there will be an I Postpone Dance Key West yesterday and are Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Mass 7, 9:30 and 11 a. m. Flawless, Streak- Summer car

unusually attractive door prize. Until Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Peter The subject of the sermon will be: Evensong and Benediction of I Makes1OXFORDS less, Shadowless, Elegant You couldn't find finer
The decorations and refresh- Williams 522 Elizabeth street. "Why Simon Peter Went a Fish- the Most\ Blessed Sacrament. 8 p. -
Footwear smarter styles
from top to toe!
ments will carry out the St. Pat- ing.
in colors of The dance scheduled to take Union m.Church school 9:30 a. ni. and newer designs.
rick's Day theme Al Thompson and D. Y. Loper, The Baptist Training ONLY KAYSER MAKESMIRQEEERi
Cuban Club
green and white. Those who >nIp place tonight at the of Tavernier, who were in Key meets at 6:30 o'clock. Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.,' ,

1h\" sfyouULnot!} fail to maxe, to'wind" up festivities for "La Sc- West yesterday on business left Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Week Day Services: Beautiful Hosiery To

reservations for this entertamment mane Alegre'Vhas been postponed afternoon for their The sermon will! be in the forma !of !Mass every day at 7 a. m. and ,'

.It announced. i until tomorrow Sunday. yesterday homes. questiony''W Ju'ld'the LknEa'tYour''j also on Wednesday.aiS 'as.f Match All Shoes- ..LuhwsilMkJ i

,, This} change has been necessary Morning and. evenipg prayer .
Baptized i because the Kappa Pi Y organiza. chairman ) & -1 1CHU1IIcF' I, daily at 6:45 a. m.n4:30 p. m. Pick-, your("favorite,. .. 'Spring. "n .., ; Ni4PlFkflom J ,
Infant I Ernest Coe, executive
tfyn illtn'ghtb'oid1; '*their' dance' ; of the Everglades National ,' GOD ."c.y.MQ'ff.OUvial I ls! (Confessions;. Saturdays: at 4:30 j .1..colors ,,8 our' new'tock ofj)
it' the Cuban; Club.1 '-4 U.' .
Yesterday !; I II '
flere ", Park' Association, who was'in Key P4L._ N.!;: 7't RHUMB, lively Sun. 'S HBffy-TWtar.-;

West few left yester- Street 0" .-to> "' J. ., -D1a I :t'ct '
for days
a _
Mr._ Martha and Mrs.fleaticePerez.Gerom Perez child was:of Masquerade Ball day afternoon by plane for Mi Morning'service Sunday school'II'.o'(1 ckl ,::it.q} MIXED' ; -,BIBLE CL.\SSil ," :*-'" ta. nbej'I. .1 ..1 l YJX xrP"P" t, ( It"P'':.

solemnly baptized yesterday in At Club Tonight ami. Sunday night service, 7:15: Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monti- i CARIOCA, a "i'' r i c.h Bathing Suits!
the church of St. Mary's Star of} Mrs. T. Retchings who was o'clock. cino Teachers medium beige.BOLERO .

the ,Sea, Rev. A. L. Maureau, S. Kappa Pi Y Club will sponsor spending the winter with her Evangelistic service Wednes- This class meets every Sunday You'll find we have all
J. a Masquerade Ball at the Cuban day. 7:15 p. In. morning at the Harris School auditorium a subtle
officiating. daughter Miss Florrie Retchings, the "HITS" that are being
The God parents were Arturo I Club on Duval street tonight. left yesterday afternoon for Tif- Prayer and praise service Friday 1 at 10 o'clock. Men and beige. seen on Florida's

Baeza and Miss Marie Cotting- Pritchard's Orchestra will furnish illness 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet. women not connected with any
ton Ga. called there by -
smart beaches here at our
ham of Ran\sy, N. J. After the music for the affair. of a son. ing.. I TANGO, warm, medium
___ store.
ceremony Mrs. F. A. and Miss A. beige.

McKeown of New York City Dance TonightAt I A. J. Lowe left yesterday after- Latin MIMIO PALACEBruce Mallinson's Silks

drove the party, together with the noon for Miami after a visit of Services Sundays, Tuesdays and I Cabot-Grace Brandleyin PRICED AT I ,

priest, to the residence of Miss Raul's ClubRaul's several days in Key West with Thursdays, conducted by Rev.I RED HEAD Such a assortment .
; gorgeous
Charles E. Lazo.
Cottingham for refreshments.
friends. Sunday school 9:30: a. m. Comedy and Short Reel PUMPS $1.00MONDAY .1 of color and patternsin
Mrs. S. Nash the Mtsses; E. and Club on Roosevelt Boulevard I

G. Cottin ham and the Misses E. i will hold a Washington's Chief Deputy Sheriff Clements MatiDee 10-lSc; Nifht,,15-25c pair New Mallinson's Spring

and O. Caraballo were also pres Birthday dance tonight from 10 Jaycocks left yesterday afternoonfor METHODIST EPISCOPAL I Silks never before shown.
I till ?. CHURCH. SOUTH 1
Islamorada on official busi-
ent.The decorations were in red Bob Finder's Orchestra will ness in connection with disturb- - Newest In Piece (Ms-

white and blue in honor of the I I furnish music for the event. ances by members of the veteran' "EL .SALVADOR"Corner ., I new "shipment of White
birthday of George Washington,I at Matecumbe.\ -. Grinhell and Virginia" Shoes, Pumps, and Oxfords, prints that will makeup
and little Martha Perez born February ..SSSSSSSSSSSS..S.S.SS.S camp .. Str ets'' tee window, on Q1 QQ smart Sport Frocks.

22, 1931.Masquerade. Today In Historyi I Jack Delaney of the FERA Sunday. ( in" 10 Sp a/ml-r lsh; :)* .' sale Monday __ tDJLO; Come and see them.

.............. clerical forces_ at Key West. left:, Preaching, 's";; m. '- '" 'Slips. made of Pure Dance afternoon for Mate t- t J .
yesterday Mothers' Club meetsM ndai. SilkCrepe.tLYL.White .
The Store of
1836-Historic siege of the cumbe having been ordered transferred '

At Club TonightPlans American garrison of the Alamo, to the clerical branch (of) 8 p.m.: and :' I .1'ANOPTIKBIFOCALSt. - - , ("-t. '.,- Sport Coats fl Q QC see the l latest in Spring
Texas, begins. the bridges division. study prayer service & STRAPS AND .. ,on sale tDO. 7t) Ready To Wear Shoes,
No.sttimbling! No
have been completed for Wednesday, 8 p. m. jumps!
Hats Dresses and in fact
the masquerade dance to be held 1905-First Rotary Club formed :Mrs. Herbert Remsen, of Rye. The correct positioning of. its 2-Piec Sport Suits, (P4 QC all the leading ,
styles InLadies'
"LA TRINIDAD"Revs. optical center makes Panoptik SANDALSSpecial . .
tonight at the Cuban Club under in Chicago. arrival at. _
New was an yester-
L. Oser and Montero. bifocal I Misses and Chil.
the auspices of the an easy for patients to ,
Kappa Pi Y '
her daughter, :Miss *
day to join
Pastors "get used to." One of Seersucker and
Jump of image case Wearing Apparel.
1835 Army's Air Mail toll) of
who is
Helen Remsen. spending
Club.Nothing i Streets Cordettes, about 25 pieces _
Duval and Angela as vision passes from the dis- -
has been death
neglected to brought to five. the winter in Key West as guestat I I on sale Monday, see window i
Sunday cchool. 3 p. m. tance portion into the segment
make the dance a success and a the home of Mr. and Mrs. THESTORE
large attendance is expected. It1' MIss Lillian E. Hayes, Dun-I j Roland Weatherford, Jr. Service in Spanish, Friday' at II I is eliminated. Sidewalks,curbs ) yard display_at .per__25c -- -

has been announced that every! reith, Ind., has trained a whistling 7SOp.m. I and steps appear in their'trueand : pair $1.75 OFFASHWN
normal positions. Whit HmU.
member of the organization spon- choir of canaries. Their best se- } Miss Barbara Langner. of SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS I New shipment of '

coring the dance will appear in.lections she says, are Yankee I Washington, D. C., was an arrival Ii i DR. J. A. VALDES) ,LOW MEDIUM, AND Silk specially Pique priced on sale for, Monday. t ,L APPELROUTH

costume, and though this is not : Doodle and My Old Kentucky, by train yesterday to join her 1017'Fleming StreetR. Ortlwto Soft-Lit Lie HEELS'I yard ....- . 45c'per .I City' Leading Lad" ..' Stor'
: ***** HIGH ,
for the it is believed -
compulsory guests Home.
I parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Sawyer Teacher \ J

that a great many of them Langner and remain for several Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m. B32 Dna Street I -

will be in costume. Subscribe to The Citizen. weeks. : Sabbath service 10:30 a., m., ': ,, 11n -a--- ..

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