The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00441
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I For Associated 55 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the I I Ut:1Jt' fIt! tv Wtzt t Citizen( ; most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather an, average has in the the

I Best Interests of Key West I range of only Fahrenheit

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_____ To Be Expended In Advertising
Social Security LegislationWagner UNIT COMES INM. NATIONAL PARKONE

Entire State To Outside World!
Lewis Measure -

SOUTH GETTING appeal to Key West citizens I This is to clarify a misunderstanding

Of John MUCH PUBLICITYNot LICENSE LAWS will be made Saturday by the I arising from an article I MADE IN MATTER I IN KEY WESTONDECREASE{ ceived Relative To Na-
American Brotherhood for the in the i issue: of The Citizen of I

Doe's FutureBy only are the people I Blind through the sale of flowerson Monday, February 25: relative to ture Of Advertising In

of the United State being M. M. Smith, Jr., representingthe the streets.Contributions. a new customs regulation to become There will be more than 1,000-
I effective April 1. 000 acres in the Everglades National
told that the home of JudgeJ. Florida Real Estate Commission received from Proposition
Harris West these rales: will be uSed in behalfof I The present regulations permiton Park, according to figures
DON JOSEPH Vining in Key from the executive offices: at .
arrival from available at the office of the First --..--
I the Brotherhood's various a foreign country i REPORT COMPILED SHOWS
Writer i ia the farthest couth i-i this
Attociated Press Staff )
Orlando, Fla., is in Key West fora resident non-resident, to Title and Guaranty Company of
Mr. and Mr*. John Doc' out-I country but the dwellers in Braille publications that are given or In reply to the queries of a
the Hawaiian Island alto few days and is at the Hotel free to blind readers: bring in free of duty $100 worth j Key West secured through the APPROXIMATELY TWENTY.
look will be affected in a number Colonial. I I I of merchandise, except liquor. It I II courtesy of Wm. M. Ellsworth. in Pumber of people as to what kind
know of this Lome. The affair will be sponsored by j FIVE PERCENT DECREASE
C of way if the Wagner-Lewi social In a section of the Honolulu During a brief call at the office. leading citizens in civic and cler- is understood that the merchanj I thkrge. of advertising it to'be' done with
Star Bulletin sent! to of The Citizen today Mr. Smith ical circles, including Mayor\ Wm.II. I dise so brought in is for personaluse Several Key Western have asked SINCE NOVEMBERThe I,I
security bill, now before congress and as an incident of the The Citizen what will be the the funds received during the All
Tho E. Robert approximate -
Mr. and Mrs. said the of his visit in I Malone Mrs. W. E. Berkowitz,
i i. enacted at introduced. by their niece, Mrs. Margaret purpose certain Mrs. G. N. Goshorn Rev. J. C. r trip. acreage of the park and b-l' .1 l Florida Week campaign now under -
Key West is to investigate
Cain, from the islands, Gekeler. Miss Mary Wardlow Many passengers arriving would' to get an approximate figure Mr. num lef cases in
Under the term of the bill 1 i violations of the real I 1 way The Citizen !i. able to
alleged estate who is preparing ab-
bring the full amount in .
appear a picture of the;Haeri Rev. William Reagan, Mrs.; Hugh perfumes Key West has decreased approximately I
John Doe-assuming Jae"i., 65, ,a home accompanied by th.:, I license law. Taylor and Mrs. O. S. Long. : and in some instances the'II I 1 tracts covering the lands in Monroe 25 percent since early lasti I I reply that it will .bean, extensive;
well known admonition ,of i Every'perfon engaged in the 'I same brand it is said. county was asked for information '
citizen and in need and that hill I j During the flower day sale relative thereto November, figures in the office of I!I campaign to> tell the world ofI
Ripley, ."Believe' It On.,Not. .. I (After April 1 only bottle
{ rental.or'sale of real estate, said headquarters will be maintainedat one
II i
,tat. Lat patted law cooperating j r i1 Ripley'-section .f.the,odd,.", Mr\ Smith, is required by law to I the Key West Colonial Hotel I of any registered trade mark will According to maps being used; Miss Nina ,Ryder, social service i I Florida and,it* advantaget.

with the federal ', strange and ,curious i.appear*,. t register with the Real Estate where Miss Eloise Guito will be( be allowed entry free of duty and:I by Mr.\ Ellsworth. there'' an to be director for the Florida ERA district :I .A., Chairman Wm.' H. Malone -
lo.erameDt-I'r[ in 'more than..240 periodicals, in charge of young peoples'work this only after the trade mark has I I nine townships in Collier county here, show. '
would ''receive" I..I. Reader of many >ofu, these . I Commission, and while registrations -I and finances. I f been destroyed and the seal 20 townships In Monroe county ,The pre-tourist period' had I in Key!,West point 'out, th?
Lave friend in have increased 25 broken. I and 25 townships in Dade county.
sent percent
'to I ,
It might be $30 if his state had f The American Brotherhood for reached its height at that time,, All Florida' Committee believe.
Key West, including The I during the current there are I These are approximate figures.As .
i year the Blind is supported entirely byI I '
decided match the federal I and with the arrival of increaMng: that
to gov- Citizen this clipping relative II I in each township there are matt membership of Florida'
stiil some engaged who. it voluntary contributions and
I persons I CUBA SAILS
Harris home and this! i WITH' sections and 640 the numbers of tourists who were
the to
to acres
maximum appropriation i is alleged have failed to do so. j through the flower sales it has I I 136 I citizen, representative of every
from Honolulu the latest. i irllllllllli section the results indicate that the
i ia Asked I spending winter, as well as
regarding real estate activity published than 10,000 volumes
: I more
of $15. I section of the state, it
PASSENGERS the in Collier necessaryto
t throughout the state, Mr.\ in Braille during the last 15 101 i acreage county many others spending a few days
It would be more if the state 'I' Smith states that a marked increase years and has placed them free in I would be 207,360; in !Monroe the cace load has shown a steady : secure an effective national

had decided to give more. Andit I was evident during the libraries and elswhere for circulation county 4CO,800 and in Dade county decrease up to now. I advertising for the
I state
might be less-for instance, if i; ESSAY CONTEST I past season and indications are among the blind. The Brotherhood i Steamship Cuba sailed ycster- 576,000.The A total of 2,008 cases were on I,
the state gave $10, the total [that activity in the future will be also publishes the "All | day afternoon for Havana with I entire acreage of the national the social service books as active .t large.

would be $20, since the bill calls ON STAMP AND even greater. Story Braille Magazine" the only.97 first class passengers four park will be, according to cases when the high figure was More\ than $200,000 in adver.
I Ir I I
for federal grants matching up fiction magazine made in the :t-ccond class, two automobiles, the above figures, approximately cached. At the close of the last tiding space and money was cwnjtriltuted -

to, $15 the states'. r United States for the blind. It three tons of freight and 109 sacks I 1,244,160. fiscal week there were 1,518 caves by the charter member:
Ifhe had a wife, the two could COINEXHIBITS ,I circulates without cost to sightless. of mail. I 'teing:: carried by the social serv- to make this greatest of all state-
ask assistance as a couple. readers in state and in 17 I. 1 ce department.While I
every I Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba VISITOR MAKES I wide movements IKs. ible. This
Widow HelpedIn OUT ON VOYAGE foreign countries. jc'terday afternoon with two cars the relief load is still project has long been advanced

making Application for this THE KEY WEST CITIZEN IS i The national advisory council of of tomatoe one car of beef, 72 heavy the decrease registered this!', as necessary; to Florida, but news.
assistance, John Doe would be I j the Brotherhood includes Gov. jacks of mail eight miscellaneous STUDY OF FERAPROGRAM inter indicates what can be ac- paper leadership has at last made

asked "if he had resided in the CONDUCTING CONTEST IN BRIGADIER GENERAL AND!David Sholtz. Dr. John J. Tigcrt, can and one passenger. compli-hed; through the development actual accomplishments of the

state for five years or more within CONNECTION WITH DISPLAYS i W. S. Cauthon. Dr. Clarence J. I HERE of the tourist industry, itsas program, possible.
the 10 years previous to mak- MRS. VAN HORN MAKE I Settles Bishop John D. Wing. GLUES STAMPS ON CAR pointed out. The decreasevas This leadership, by men versed

ing the application, and if he had NOW PROPOSED I !Mrs. W. Sumner Covey, Evange- brought about during 'a season in judgment. of advertising: values.
any independent income what. TRIP ABOARD IVY line Booth. Gertrude Atherton. BOSTON-W. C. Henry, of hen there was virtually no buHd-! aSfurea the wise investment of
ever." If he answered the first I !Mrs. John F. Sippel. Senator Thos.J this city, stamp collector has RUSSELL KURTZ OF RUSSELL 'ng activity or many of the other advertising funds and the bust-

1n the affirmative, and the second I!I The Key West Citizen is conducting P. Gore. ,. Edgar A. Guest.and,Olivers. tgI4. IjB,OOO!_ postage, ,stamps_ _,on ,,,.SAGE.FOUNDATION. GREAT, employment, producing! enternrisea n ik....proQl" t. U..F.Iv .
in the:'negative; he"would be on''," a' contest in1'conjunction 'Brigadier General R. O.: Van "* -- his car in lieu of paint. rl.r : which"wffl come with"'the'definite ) on a modern merchandising;: ba>i3.

his way toward establishing a] with the coming Stamp and Coin Horn, U. S. A., and Mrs. Van 1 t 1 LY PLEASED WITH STAY IN :! establishment of the in- Leaders of this great movementare
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just demand for his allowance. !I Exhibition. Any resident of Key i I i Horn, who are in Key West for a 1I 1---- KEY WEST Ju'try. after ''tourists have been investing their time and
vacation and are occupying: quar-I 'iere to see the mzny attractionsf energy as well as their
that West participate.All I money
Let further
us may
suppose I II [ters at the recreational section of 1 1I ) Key West as a unique, restful
and members for
i are only asked
John had a brother, James that is necessary to enter | > 1
I i Fort Taylor enjoyed a delightful ; el''ort city. I $1 yearly dues to assistant making
and four,
died leaving a widow the contest and to become eligible I'excursion yesterday as guests ofi Russell Kurtz, of the Russell The decrease' shown U consid. the plan
children under 16 of age. I for the grand prize is to submit ;
years I I i Superintendent. W. Demeritt : Sage Foundation, told The Cti- Tcd gratifying by the officials in Chsirman Malone of the local
The widow does not have sufficient -', an essay not exceeding 150 words Temperature with 25 zen yesterday aftrnoon that he
temperatures toW degrees
of the Seventh Lighthouse District, j Charge. Many of those given committee started the campaignin
money to provide for hen I entitled "Why I Would Like" to j" and Mrs. Demeritt, on the Ten- i I Highest I m......'..m._............'........83 in north portion and 28 to had enjoyed a delightful stay in ..rivate employment! and thereby Key West thi week and because -

children. If she had lived in the] Start a Stamp Collection. :Jer Ivy. Lowest ................_.._......._........ 68 Key Wet and was deeply interested taken off the, relief rolls. were of the widespread benefit
state one year she could request] Send your entry to Post Office The Ivy was to make a trip to j!Mean ..........................................76 r;( j5 '( r'., 'f" in the rehabilitation pro- rained for employment by the to be derived would like to have

the state to provide money that I Box 333 Key West Please note I' ,Cogrove Shoals and the genertl Normal Mean ......................?....71 : -' 1--1 gram. ocial department. interested persons: get in touch
would permit her children to live that you must not send it to The end Mrs. Van Horn were invitedto RaiaFallYesterday's < A. I Mr. Kurtz said his business car with him in order to explain the
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in a decent and healthful man;I Key West Citizen or to any member make the trip. During the time f Precipitation T. Ins. p:. 1J : ned him to many parts of the k'eas involved and the plan of securing -

tier. ques.f 1 of its editorial staff. If youj,the entire party indulged in fishing Normal Precipitation __- .01 ln.IkIs ?!. J \t" ; I country, had) looked into the opI MRS. M. STOWERS\ members.
Although she might not 'do so, you will be disqualified asa and were more than gratifiedat .. rrrord rutrro Zl-hotir prrloUending ; \ ) I erations of the FERA in each sec '
tion the sources, she might be told participant in this contest. catching large at S itVlurk this m.r.lmc. I i tion visited and found that the
that the state was providing a( The grand prize will consist of number of excellent fi!'h. Tomorrow' Almanac "t.14,. .; I t\\\7';\ t1lF work being carried on in Key MRS. A. KNO\VLES\
which the federal government .................._ '"
sum on a beginner's stamp album and 150: Both General and Mrs.\ Van Sun rises 6:51 a. m. fl."I;!: r .. j West was' different in many reects -
based a donation onethirdas .Sun ..... ........ 6:28 11;: .
all-different. beautiful stamps. Horn said the experience was the : sets .m. .h. p. in. F I' "J'V""' *) and its scope was wider and DIES ON TUESDAY
..... ... r .'., :: WILL BE HELD IN
large. The only obligation on the part of : outstanding; event of a most delightful Moon\ rises ... .m 3:04 a. m. --- I.rore varied.
Employe Help Pay I the contest winner is to start his visit in Key West. Moon sets ..........__ 1:46 p. m. Colder Fair Mr. Wilson said he had aIm enjoyed KEY WEST ON SUN I _
In 1936 Mrs. Doe's eldest son, collection under the guidance oil'!'I Tomorrow' Tide 32 degrees in interior of central every minute of his stay FUNERAL SERVICES WILL DC

Henry, gets a job which. ay, the Key West Philatelic Society. A.M. P.M.\ I end hoped that opportunity ,would DAY" CONDUCTED \cORROW'.Jft
MAN ABOARD .. ........... portion; Tharsday fair, slightly , ,
pays him $100 a month and continues All entries will be judged by SICK High .m. 7:04 5:34 j permit him paying a return vi!,:it 0) 1.1.' ". .:__ i'1..gt " I ..
r Low ............__.....12:04 colder in extreme south and slowly : ,t1IJ ':
at that level te-I Messrs. L. P. Artman and Ed Gray I jet a later date, Qli : Ii '"' r,') J t's''f.: 'i'' ,n ; AFTERNOON :t
tires. From January. I,, 1937, of The Key West Citizen. The an- SHIP BROUGHT IN I IG 10:40: '/ rising temperature in north ., fiiMarIalF.sStuwers! , :wire-of I I :':, ', ___." ,
til January 1,' '1942 lie would rtouncement and 'award Will ibej Barometer at 8 a. m. today, "i portion.) i 16P1SGERS'0LEAVEONPlM John L. Stowers. died .at." 7r3tt'I'I$ T Anna Knowles. 60i6f 'etrhI
have deducted from his salary 4 this ? __:,. Sea level S0.08.WEATHER in Havana,I I '
made by a representative of j I : Jacksonville to Florida Straits: o'clock hud t night ,age 'die't,2-i9., ; I9C'QcSII34CPII; :
sum of 50 cents a mOnth, which i, newspaper at the closing cereI /i.., 4' l' TATES I Fresh north winds; weather fair Cuba.. This information :was''re., day ,afternoon, 'm tjjq !hoiu_ ,1114.Iflgl .
his employer would pay tp the I monies of the Stamp and Coin i TAKEN I v JO H: ] /UNITED<< 5 ,' \ Lowest Highest! tonight and I ceived in!''Key>',West last evmi ..' : l' tjfhrl, "' .,i'
government, together with a like I Exhibition, on Sunday, March 10. r i MARINE(tHOSPITAL StationLast Night Yesterday Thursday. ),Ir.. Stowers, who is s.-.brc/ther ..Funeral l, services will :(bo, held
.... .... 463 Eafit Gull Fresh n91'thVind
contributed. Abilene ... 28 : ,
the employer I of tomorrow afternoon 4:20 o'clock
sum I in Monday J. R. Stowers of this city, ac:
Get your entry by .......... at times t
When 1942 rolU around he LAST NIGHT Atlanta 22 48 I strong over south portion from the residence ;
will close companied by his nephew, will to Fleming;
of' March 4. The contest Boston ..... ..... 16 48 tonight. j TWO OTHERS SOUGHT RESERVATIONS -
find envelope
would a payroll Street Methodist Church. Rev.
midnight of that>date. I arrive here with the body Satur-
at ..._..__... 4 12 I
$99 instead of $99.50 at the end Buffalo BUT PLANE HAD day afternoon on the steamer Shuler Peele will officiate.I .
of the month. Beginning in 1017,1': I Thomas Taxter member of the Charleston __w.. 36 12 WEATHER CONDITIONS I Cuba. 1 I Members of Tiger Tail Tribe
it would be $98.50 and beginning', E.H.SHANAHANDIES crew of the Texas Oil company Chicago .....m.... 4 20 I I CAPACITY LOAD The fureral. which} will be in 19, Improved Order lied Men and
in 1952 it would be $98. From I Tanker Nevada, was brought to Denver m. ...... .. 22 3-t ,I The western high pressure area charge of the Lopez Funeral of Ladies Temple of The Golden
1957 onward it would be $n.50.1Each IN MIAMI; Key West l last night and is today Detroit ...:....m... 4 16 !Iis crested this morning over the" Home, will be held! on Sunday Eagles, will attend the services.
time these sums were de-:,!! a patient in the Marine hospital. Galveston .. .. .36 48 Middle Mississippi Valley and II While there were 18 prospec- from the Lopez Chapel. I| Lopez Funeral Home will be in
............ West Gulf States, Little Rock,,
ducted from his payroll his em. Late yesterday the Porter Dock havana tive passengers requesting reservations Other details of the funeral charge of arrangements.
ployer would put with it an equal! ---- I Ii company received a radio message Huron ................ 12 26 I Ark., 30.57 inches and over..: by plane yesterday after- will be announced later I, Mrs. Knowles is survived by the

sum. Thus, after 1957 a sum of,I Mrs. John W. Roberts of 508' asking that a tug be rent to meet Jacksonville ,.... 3-1 80 1 spreads most sections of the I noon for Miami, but 16, the Ii i[r widower, Richard Knowles; one
$5 would be deposited each to-:, Olivia street has received word I'II the ship and transport a member Kansas City..... 14 22 I country from the Rocky Mbun-. plane's capacity, could be accom daughter i Mrs. Joseph Lowe; two
ward his old age benefit. :i( of the death of her brother,! of the personnel. believed to be KEY WEST __" 68 83 tains eastward, except extreme modated. WRITER PLEASED eons, Berlin and William Knowles;
Henry started to work when he Eugene H. Shanahan, at Jackson suffering from an attack of I Little Rock ...... 22 3.1 eastern districts. Precipitationhas I Those who left yesterday were: I 1 two sisters, Mrs. Ella Gaitl, Key

was 17. In 1985. having reachedthe Memorial Hospital in Miami on' pendicitis, to Key West for hos-j Louisville ... : ... 14 26 occurred since yesterday'.Mr. and Mrs..Joe Williams, Mary WITH STAY HERE, West, and Mrs. Adelaide Knowles,
age of 65, and having lost his, Tuesday. Mr. Shanahan was as-' pitalization.The Miami ...........:.... 68 80 morning in portions of the Lake 1 Springer, Maryann, Richard and Bahama Islands. One (brother,
at Fowey I dock at Minneapolis .. 8 12 region Upper Ohio Valley, Ten..1!' Gula Stander A. Pickett, Daniel -
job to make room for a youngerman sistant lighthouse keeper !! Tug Petrel left the ; ; C. -' Joseph Kemp. Also 16 grand
he applied, according to his Rocks light lie is survived by, 8:15 o'clock met the ship, took onboard t New Orleans .... 32 42New nessee, and throughout the Atlantic -., Gleason, W. 1.. and Katherine I children and four great-grand
right, for his insurance. lie had his widow, Mrs. Catherine Shana the sufferer, and returned at' York ...___.... 1-1 52 States with snow! as fai.1 McRedmund; William R. Porter, Richard ThrueLsen, well known children.
Pen acola .......... 26 50 south as Georgia. The cold Henry writer, who spent several weeks
worked steadily for 48 years, so han three sisters Miss Ada Shana-,111:15 o'clock. A conveyance from wav t Samuel and Dagmar Fusion;
he would be entitled to 40 percent han M-s.} Leonard Santini of the hospital was In readiness to Pittsburgh .....n 8 26 has moved eastward, affecting all I I' Redke). Julius F. Stone, Jr., in Key Wet, writes to friends I NEVER SEEN FULL INNING I IJ
of his average monthly Fort Myers\ and Mrs I Matties(!I i I receive the patient.Masonic I'8t. Louis .......... U 24 sections of the East Gulf and At.' and J. Gulker. telling of his delightful visit and I
salary. or $-10 a month. This Swint of Tampa; two brothers,'I I I Salt Lake city n 2R 44 lantic States, except central and p the ple& ure he derived from his J CLEVELAND Carl'Berg,

would be composed of a 15 per Webster Shanahan of Fort Myers I San Francisco __ 52 A' 62 southern Florida, with temperatures ..p'r stay.While gatekeeper of the deadhead 1 entrance -
cent slice of his monthly salary and Grinnell Shanahan of N::w !Seattle _.,.._..--- U 54 below freezing southward t< here the writer secured i| ,to the American ,League
plus additions for the length of York. 'Notice i Tampa _... ....._ 48 .. 78 I the East Gulf coast Tempera: Reserve :Yoiir"SeatsAT data on Key West and Tortugasfor t baseball park in this city, ha*, attended -
time he worked. The sum wouldbe Burial will take place in Fort : !!Washington ... 16" 5'i tures have moderated fn most stories which will be published -' every home game for

: due him for the rest of his :Myers on Friday afternoon. i i Wil1i ton m,.-._ 10 28 sections from the Lake Superioi r in forthcoming issues of well' eighteen year, but has never
life. I I region and Plains States westward TENT THEATER known magazines (! seen a complete inning.
SIMMONS STUDIO COUCHESCan All Scottish Rite Ma- FORECASTTill but are still below zero ir I .
be converted into a doubleor dinnerat northern Michigan, and reading Box Office Open 3 to 6 P. M. ,
sons are invited to : RestaurantNOW
Truck Arrives Tonight two twin beds. Designed for the Plaza Restaurant, ( 8 p. m. Thursday) 1 are decidedly below normal fron: ENTIRE CHANGE TONIGHT Plaza Furnished Bungalow

real comfort. $2 .80 up. Simmons Key West and Vicinity: Fair'.the central Plains and ''West Gull -Pre.eatiDI- FOR RENT
With large variety of FRESH Graceline Beds, $7.00 up. Friday, 'March 1, at 7 and colder tonight; Thursday fair I States eastward to the Atlantic, OPEN ALL
1 : All Modem Convcaitnce
l FRUITS and VEGETABLES Popular style Crib and Youth o'clock. Installation of and slightly colder; fresh north I coast, except in central am;I "DON'T LIE TO NIGHT

LoWe's Cash Grocery Beds. $11.20 up. j officers at the lodge immediately winds, strong at times tonight. 'I southern :Florida. I YOUR WIFE" Choice Foods, Wines 'and I 632 William Street
1 LONG'S FURNITURE STORE I' Florida: Fair, colder in south G. S. KENNEDY, Merchant Tickets Good For tOe Apply Valdes Bakery
'I following.
1117 Division St. Phone 675 I Beer i .
I..1 feb27-lt. and extreme east portions tonight Official in Charge. S .



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WHY PERSONS DIED IN 1934 simple all-day dresses of sheer slim" as its motto, with most of and mammoth bows placed ireet-

Quit .b C f L _tSt: Cs: 36,000 KEY WEST IN 1 IN FASHIONNOW wool\ or plain crepes and thenecessary I I the new and refreshing detailabove ,I ly under the chin or to.on/ side}

IMblUhed Dally Kxcept Sunday By Last: year there were 36,000 persons or evening the waist. Necklines are Skirts are unadorned wish a
THE CITIZKN PL'UIJSIIING! CO.. IMC. DAYS GONE BY I Fashions for Spring a1h really I frocks which vary according to the I slenderizing panel with $inset
1. 1'. AHTMAN. ."r"I e.t. killed and nearly a million injured as a re- exciting and the woman'\tho likesto :needs of each wearer. I generally I high, with starchy little pleats at the vide! seam, or a"see-'

From The Citizen Building sult of 882,000 personal injury automobile Happening Here Just 10 Years l be well dressed at all times will Eton collars, crisp Regency ruffsof tion of low-posed pleats front or
Corner Greene and Ann &treeta Ago Today As Taken From i time her Everything ;"straight and, lace taffeta scarf.
have a delightful making I. or organdy, I I back, or both.
I collisions on the streets and highways of The File. Of The Citizen rejections. .,
Only pally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe I - --- - --- -
County. the nation. w t
1 be mentionedas
Items which may
filtered at Key West. Florida, as second class matter These are astounding figures but the Three hundred full bred racing necessities for the average
dogs are to be trained in Key West
FIKT\-M\T1I 1 EAIIIrrl.er killing and maiming of people by auto- during the next four weeks..These r wardrobe will certainly include a kY
'i iI of mediumeight; +; a
.. separate coat
t Ike AMorUIrd l'rrthe ; animals are to be used during theracing
mobile drivers has been going on so long
A8SM'lated l Press is exclusively entitled to use.r I season in Havana. TheArnold -' wool; a suit, tailored or dressy according -
uf all news dispatcnrs credited t* one's individual taste 3 d t /
repiblicatlun to
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take it ,
that most of us for granted. De- '
nut otherwise credited In this paper and al square on United street is
It or |
the local news puUlUlied litr.j.'NATIONAL spite-insistent demand for stricter regula- 'I to be converted into a training ,, [all several-4Jet t+blouse Jprin" ensemble and sueaterp! ; several; an:
track and 50 dogs" with their trainers J ,
"' EDITORIAL) tion of drivers, more rigorous enforcement West --- -- '"" "" vz
are already in Key The, ..
..o. .ie a d piat
I C/t 1/Le.m ASSOCIATION i'rL 1933me of traffic regulations and adequate inspec- I dog now the owners here were in Hialeah purchasedfrom and I.j. ToUay1, l.iYit; ; y ul ,1 t J "-f S :

-- -- ---- ---- - tion of vehicles the public apathy con- have had some experience in r c-I
SllsritllTIOItVTKS!' ...........Oe..aecease' I
Year .......... .,._. .. ... ......._$10.0, ;ng. /
Fix MonthsIhree .... ... _........_..__ .sot tinues and officials take it easy. I I 1749-\vjat is said to have )
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MonthWeekly MonthsUn .. .. ....... ...... .._._____ .81 This laxity does not exist in small In no other section of Floridais been the first lighthouse; on Atlantic .
_.._.._ .2* 1 coat! ordered built at :
u places alone but in the large cities as well. real estate moving faster thanon I .t: l' -
Beaver Tail, R. I. .
ADVERTISING RATES! the Florida Keys and in Key : I p w I
Mart known on application. To illustrate how one motorist can get by W('1'1. Sales totalling millions of:I throughout' <
Sl'KCIAL. )NOTICE 1794 Campaign i
All read'nff. nodose. cards of thanks, resolutions efr we cite the police record of one Stephen dollars have been made since the country to raise money to rancom'
< t>p U* rate of :o cents a line. Smith, recently convicted of manslaughter, the county commissioners voted to some 100 Americans held in ce
..u'ira i for entertainments by churches from which I by Algerians. t _
t revenue U to l,e derived are 5 cents a line. hit-run hold the bond election. Two deals cry
driving and drunken driving and
The Clilxcn ,In an ojwn forum and Invites; dlscusrtitit involving two of the best business !-j. ---
cf public Issues and subjects of local or general 1839-Height of so-called I
'iu.rtt but it will not publish anonymous communl- given five years in prison at Philadelphia.What sites in the city are pendingand Aroostook War between Maine and P
bU'.ns. others it is x
are being shaped,
Smith's record? Well !
---- --- was] past I New Brunswick.
said by those; who know. Prices on
he had been arrested fourteen times, but local property: is remaining reasonable -I -
made his first appearance in court after and many purchases are unanimously:; upheld suffrage
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN being made by outside capital. I'cmendment Constitution.
killing another man. He had been fined, I A

altogether $11, although one of his previous I.l t.ear the United State! ;I 1933-Fire in Berlin destroyed :
1. Water and .Sewerage. government fold land in the Sev-
charges involved a hit-run killing, enth Lighthouse District for.which part' of the Reichstag building.
2. Bridges' tofompl te Road to Main- I
'1 1 1Jdlld. !/Iitifnn, three included injury of other persons, $18.850 was received and on F< b.1C t. He returned to Miami this
." nl., < n + i.." ,, .; r -.!H.I dhowI.a of this year another sale was morning. On Monday of this week ,
3. Free ..Porto4..Ifote1l -u.. .,,... ftc'n',"'} if..\'en i included j collisions, several involvedrunkenness consummated which brought the Mr. Gallagher purchased from the|
-. --. r 4 total to $79,251/yet not one penny ; Club Properties 17 lots '
tits 'UI and ,two hit-run driving. Key Largo
and Apart'.'l- .,,,; :"., ., goes to this district. 4 jin the Key Largo section with alt
C. BathPAvili&I! {'.; !\'J'p der the reckless drivers, well 1 i t[frontage of 800 feet on the I'S'b INFLORiDAl!
I IG. Charles Irving Wright, of Santa -flantic
ATrports-;:Land?' and' Sea. aware of official laxity, continue to spread Barbara. Calif., yesterday purchased l Ocean. At-I

7. Consolidation of County and City death, destruction and injury throughoutthe lot 7 in block 61 on Stock lI I Tourist travel to Key-"West is

Governments. land. Hand. The deal was put throughby now at its height. Train and boats
the Gomez and Garcia Realty arriving daily bring full quotas of.travelers. C - -!

company and the Valdes Realtycompany. :. The Casa Marina hotel -
The consideration involved -
\lis i rt''eivinggr'at'r patronage
was $0,000 cash and the than was anticipated and all\ other to alliltto.thffjoys of vacationBaked
SIDELIGHTS owners intend to improve the property -
won't be long now before the citi- hostelries are being well patroniz'ed. -
at ():J'e. Orders have been '
zens of Key West will have the oppor- placed for 100 coconut trees with .

By MARCY B. DARNALL, tunity to buy the much-publicized "baby which to embellish the holdings. t' The fastest and best basketball! from that old sun's rays? Throat dry from a

Former Editor of The Key Welt CitUen bonds," which the Federal government t game to 1 I.e played in Key ;;West battle with par? Then cool off and relax with delicious
Th" Oversea Highway Association -
plpns to put on sale around the first of has established its main office -!this season i is promised on 'Monday Schlitz, The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous. "4
1 from the llai
night when the team -
Now comes the radio-controlled bombto March.The in the assemlly" room of the :i vana Y. M. C. A. plays the Married Schlitz stimulates quickly-with no bad aftereffects.It .

combat the radio-controlled airplane. President it is said, will buy No. Chamber:! of relative Commerce to the build high. me.Infoimation I Men of this city. The Havana is easier to digest because choicest ingredients are ,

Teihaps the time will come when we can quintet is lie championship
1 and it is hoped that the people will take
way can be gained there The latest winner of the island and all fan* brewed under the Schlitz secret method of precise ,
have a nice war with automatic machines kindly to'the offering. The bonds will be of all roads toward Key .
maps pro looking' forward to an ext itI Enzyme Control. And Vitamins-health-giving,nerve-p
doing all the fighting. sold on a discount basis and a bond that West have been received by Can- 1 'mg and! thrilling contest. building Vitamins-make Schlitz t !
I ifin Clark D. Stearns from the still better for you! I
will mature at $25 on a certain date will
Natirnal Highway Association and| Joyce Short, 13. acts as en- Drink Schlitz freely for pleasure and health. It is 1 11 ffi is0
Harper's tells of a little girl sent to be sold for less than the sum, the differ- are on di'play All motorists whocontemplate
gineer for the Augusta Tramwayand a stimulating liquid food. It is and
good good for y
back to you. n
an institution for the feeble-minded, where ence being the interest it will earn duringits :. Transfer Company of Ar-
their home* secure valuable
e she was found to be merely "subnormal"and : lifetime. routings and may information at the kansas, a one-coach train operat !0S. SCHLITZ BIEWINC COMPANY. MILWAUKEE.. WISCONSIN

sent home. Her little sister in a burstof The idea seems to be largely psy- cffice. over a mile long system.
rUg The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
confidence told a playmate: "Janiewas chological. That people will be able to invest -

sent away to be an idiot, but she huge sums seems improbable but Editorial Comment: The Key( FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
Wert schools are turning out some
couldn't pass and had to come back." every buyer of a "baby bond" will take excellent artists in declamationand CO
more interest in the affairs of government. they ought to make good NEW YORK - - rC.AT -
automobile salesmen. .NI $d" P..IT,P AT A"ff.6.; 7Ai..A .t'F 1.4'6.5'ff.r I.It:
Someone has evidently been human- Moreover, holders: of these securities are --

izing the officials of a certain trans-At- not apt to be advocates of wild spendingon James F. Gallagher, extensive and BOSTONFrom \

lantic line. Its board of directors has the part of the government. holder of property on the Florida alternate Fridays I
Keys spent Tuesday night in Key Key Welt
gravely decided that babies born aboardits From New York alternate Tuet-

vessels may be carried to the end of the 1 ADVERTISING KEY WEST days :
voyage without the payrr.ent of fare. From Boston alternate Saturdays

There are citizens! of Key West who let them get a strangle, AIM NEW ORLEANS!
dismiss all talk of town boosting as a formof hold. Fight them quickly. Creo- Alternate AVrd.e"d.F.M.. Arrl e .
Abe Buzzard, 68-year-old Pennsylvanian mulsion combines 7 helps in one. hey VVr.t nrroad day follow .&.
of I bunk. They profess to believe that nobody Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto
has than 30
spent more years
his life in jail for stealing, principally means anything when praising his druggist take. No U authorized narcotics. to Your refund own CLYDEMALLORYC. Send your money to mail order

is own home town and insist that its growth your money on the spot if your .
chickens Between jail terms he an C. F !SMITH. AIt..t.K. \
will come along as a matter of course. cough or cold is not relieved by .,. Went houses when sell for less?
cvangcli Another neat little problemfor Creomulsion. (ad*.) we
In this attitude they mistaken.
are ..
the psychologists! ... ., tcoril - -- -
'This is a day of advertising what you haveto --- -
QJt() cal.. e\h offer' The biggest factor in business is &STEAMSHIP Co. f ; '; ," : 1
'f i '

gdb gar ib c' m1}\ i\l i it i ihJr( 'I'm)/ 'orrect advertising.This does not .mean, however, that P &: UNITED STATES FAST ;I I A Complete liiier; .of glass,'

ular, according to the president of the MAIL ROUTES FOR { ,
tourists I
Key West must go only after, or
Americattiliakinsr; : IjistiUUtted\ drfatvj" serve even after industries. There. 'are other PORT TAMPA4I1VANA-WEST INDIES j i s '

to absorb, tt; make great. Mere. size is "
; ways to a city Leave Key Wect/or. Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12:::C .|
of applied doing -
chemistry are
P. M.
not the criterion of To build of'-
their bit in this direction by making a progress. up Leave Havana for 'Key West Wednesday. and Saturdays { (Approved by Good Housekeeping Magazine) S
an excellent community spirit, to attract toa 9:00 A. 1\1.\ .
potent liquid product which appears to be town decent citizens and to spread among Leave Key West for'Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays 1 I
in rather steady demand. 6:30 P. M. t
the inhabitants of Key West friendlier
Tickets Reserrations ti.
and Information at Ticket Office en i
feeling is worth while, even if no great Dock. 'PIa._ 71 Aluminum Pots Pan
interference with traffic I
Annoyed by material growth follows. J. H. COSTAR.L.ent. ,

by slow-moving funerals, authorities at --

Salentino ordered them to -- ( Skillets Etc. ;
proceed at a livelier pace. Jazz was sub :
ftituted for the plaintive strains of Chopin, 1
(Palatka Daily News) KEY WEST

and the trick won done, in spite of many Comptroller Jim Ie has, to a certain as at Ik* elate: of business! December 31, 1934,

protests tent set the state by the ears through the ex.t Comptroller's RESOURCES Call Castiron and Steel Pans and Skillets

tionnaires that he has distributed to home owners .
Loans and Investments 3 5C31.43!
If your doctor tells: you that you area \\ho are applying for exemption from taxation I Overdrafts __.IT.._ $ 71.C1 i

goner don't despair. A physician told I Illrs. under the terms of the constitutional amendment Banking.lfouse, Furnitureand

\ Amanda Smith of Atlanta that she Fixtures ..'..._ 33,082.33:& Light Bulbs Fuses
adopted in the November election.It Conds of States and Possessions i :

was: going to die, and she has just done so U plenty plain! that Mr. Lee was opportunist of the'UniUd t ., -:f .
States _.L.-, we 139370.68
-CO years later:, at the are of 10.1. enough to attempt what taxes other than thoseon .Other Bonds aDd Secnritit"s' 74,204.03 ., Cords Etc.
homesteads the applicants were evading. Possibly Stock of Bank'the Federal__Reserve 6.000.00 I! . . i irAGE

Aviators who habitually make three- he wanted the information for later me. Or. Temporary Federal De-

point landings have nothing on Herbert perhaps lie may have arrived .at the conclusion United posit States Insurance Govern-fund 1,954.01 I i

Picket of Newark. He landed squarely on that those who were being placed! in the preferential ment Obligations direct ,iI .

all fours and was uninjured when a train class of the exeiK:)ted, really desired to und fully guaranteed I!
-_,.._-.$832.744.73 j South Florida & Co.
hit his car and hurled it 30 feet. be advised; as to how they might show their appreciation Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97. 1,327,913.70 ,I Contracting Engineering

by coming ac.ros.th other obligations I

New York has a litter of kittens to the state, government. No .official, .especiallyone UABIUTIES $1,888,235.79 i Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets

which may not be high-bred, but which:1 I whose duty it is to keep the state till filial I, Capital S ...$ 100.000.00
and Undivided Profits .. ._. "Your home is worthy of the
Surplus 55,007.43Circulation
r.- : : best"A .
are at least high-born. They first saw should! be criticised for a display of real. Even - -- .. .. 100000.0A -

light in a packing box on the 71st floor I if he fails to get away .with it. I* deserves K! credit I Deposits ,. 1633228.37. -__. .1 J51. ..

of the Chrysler building. for good intentions. I :
- $ .. 9., \I ..I'.I.lIII"' _. -_, .I.lI.lIIIIII'611"Jf. _. r '-7' ._' _

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SPORTSBUSY It seems a slight mistake has be the piece de resistance duringthe &
IiYNONf/f': The UoMlma KM The cursed fnae was wet-It was MEET PETE NEBO
been made :
for one of pair- evening.
end Urtro Rubric have been aim'ttctt ruined!" growled.Rnbrlz. That dog
to ft* tort at PtrruyaffcroKjrft ings as announced for Thursday's
information JvrulsheilZli of an Oflate shall learn what It ia to - -
ituna l>y KotUn They want to give me false material!" game. It should be Curry Harris A couple of Sams will also take '
'c.l tae emerald eronn ot Our and Li Plummer J
1,1f,\.. tektck' Central Ettrada hoe Then the explosion came. It blew I on a bit of liquid refreshments,
the church, and return Ketchum and Hogeboom.
frrurow Charley
the door of the closet shudderingopen. providing the weather is not
/t. A* then hatty oxte4.; tkt genrraff ; TO BE INCLUDEDIN
trixilotc. hotcever, then hear An Invisible puff as It.were., ------- In the other match: it is Fred warm nor too cold. Incidentally .i
Kaflta tetrav them to !*. general.vo of thick strange-emelllng air rolled FIGHT CARD PLANNED Ayala and Charley Salas against.. Harris has '
"Sweet Elyssium" several -
ire ItHttlrt that out KotUa of" kit get ajxtrtmnttto teftly out to them and 'the flame jumped I BEES DEFEAT LOPEZ TEAMS I fgame I rI on a roller to short field i' Louis Cruickshank' and Earl i new tongs be wants to sing.I .
; who threw to first
for the last
koine wildly in the lamp and almost went FOR MONDAY NIGHT I Julian. The writer hope; this understand he heard them in

Chapter 23 out TIE IN RACE out.No -- 1 straightens out any misunder. I I burlesque in New York back in
TO ; no hits no errors. I II standing. Some of the fellows
EXPLOSION'RUDRIZ When they got into the closet i ,I The ''box j jI J :"95.
they found the door of the safe open score : I (By OSCAR PITA) J I thought somebody else I was, gonna

and Montana stood again and hanging by only, one binge! 1. OF DIAMONDBALL SERIES AT PARK(,I LOPEZ AB R. II. PO A. E. Frankie Fleming, great battler have too easy a time winning that dinner--
bedroom of the general :Iachin, rf .. 3 1 1 0 0 0 I II I The be promptly
Well let them take: this much 4 1 t and veteran of many ring encounters :ifree feed.Be .
and the bandit wasted one momentto Baker _. 11I I I
0 be
ss 1 1 1 held at 7:30 m. Thursday so
good fortune almost for granted-: A once title holder of the lightweight Ii p.
say to his friend: since they were not yet" clear of the 1 J also walked. Both advanced i 1 j Ubieta, sf .... 2 0 1. 5 1 0 I division of the naVis I sure to have plenty of on time as there will be a lot of
"There Is your lesson! II you must ,| "AH AH" LUNN HURLS GREAT runners Cates, 3b .n.3 0 0 0 5 0 I well
fort! Even If the emerald crown I coming down to Key West to battle empty space to put away plenty important business as as
have women give them your hand- were In their hands,. they had not I* I on a wild pitch. M. Ace-: Kerr, If .._._... 3 0 0 4 0 1fngraham't. plenty eating.
GAME, GIVING BEES ONLY I the sensational Pete Nebo, of that "ropa vieja" which willToday's
but only I with gold In It Give trustto gained It until they were ont of Fort weds out, pitcher to first. 1| .. 3 0 0 3 0 0 local leather who needs t
them and yon give It to the wind!" I TWO HITS Sterling Ib .. 3 0 0 5 0 1 !i pusher no .--- .
Duraya. EM-I
; HOWEVER No runs, no hits no errors. I ;i introduction to .fans here j----
"We have work to dosaId the 1- McCarthy, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0''; ... e.e..ea..eeee.SI
That was why they nothing {I
Kid through his teeth. BALMERS JUST GET THREEBy Seventh Inning Fleming, like Nebo, is known jI I BASKETBALL AT
when from the second or third! I Hale, 2b .h..3 0 0 2 0 0 I I I
LOPEZ-Machin throughout the world, having
And he went straight for the closetIn singled to
drawer they opened they took a soft I I A. Lunn p 2 0 0 2 1 0
which they had found the safe of wrapping of chamois.: It fell open la ,I center. Baker singled to right cen xT. Lunn .-... 1 0 0 0 0 0 I been classed among the top-notch. i I SCHOOLTONIGHT
Ignacio Estrada. The teeth of Mon ers for a number of years. 1 Anniversaries
their bands and they saw the green ( JOVE) ter. Machin went to third and 1

tana were that still not set hard smile and something glinting of the emeralds, like the The Busy Bees defeated the Baker was thrown out at second, Totals29 1 3 24 8 3 This fistic encounter should and : ........................ -
was quite a kept :
eyes of cats When a torch reflects x-Batted for A. Lunn in the probably will furnish the fans with
lifting his Up a trifle.! from them by night.\ Lopez Funeral home diamondballtea center to short. Machin scored I ninth inning. fome real action, the like of which 1786--Alexander C. Hanson, Key West High School varsity

When they were inside the closet. Then they beard the snrlll neighing when the catcher threw to third JI ]I! has not been seen in a local ring in Baltimore newspaper editor congressman I basketball team will play the All
Rubrlz could hear his friend ham last night at the Bayview Park in an attempt to catcch the run. ': Parrot and senator born at Stars tonight at the school g 'm.I -
of the alarm bugle; that was BEES- AB R. II. PO A. E.1 I many a 'day. King manager I
mlng that old. old song: "Love Is not I I ner. The ball hit the on'',I Annapolis Md. Died April 27, will start at
runner nasium.
blowing from the gate of the fort field! and tied them for the championship H. Gates, 2b .. 4 0 0 1 1 Oj of Fleming, writes the matchmaker I game
happiness. and causing the echoing of trampling the shoulder and went to left. .'Roberts rf .. 4 0 0 0 0 0 ,1IA. [I I that Pete must be in better 1819. I 7 o'clock.

Rnbriz hlmse.I joined In the hum feet to Bound In Immediate answer of the first half of thelearue' Ubieta walked. Cates out, short- Acevedo, ss 3 0 0 2 3 OJ 1|I shape than he was in his scrap I The All Stars are cracked up to
bung very softly. The two of them from the barracks and all I field first. Kerr i; and
to out, short to k! with Jimmy Wade Monday night be a strong all-around team
fell skill old split schedule. Albury, 3b 2 0 0 4 50 Jacob Boston
to work with the of I,i .n 178G- Bigelow,
practitioners.! through the big building. .; first. j Acosta If nou. 2 0 0 1 0 0 ,: if he expects to put up a good physician and botanist, born at I the school boys are expected to be
"Now for the last: step!" said The game was hard-fought from One run, two hits one error. 1 I : show against the veteran Fleming. up against some tough competition
Suppose a sound as of two tfii: M. Acevedo. c 2 1 0 4 0 1 ,: Sudbury, Mass. Died Jan. 10,
Ilubrlz.. 'fJ. (r BUSY BEES-Pena out,'fly to. Frankie veteran at tonight.
: although a
moose hands In Pena Ib ...... 3 1 1 13 0 0 1879. I
such a fashion clapped that the together.air is not, 1" % v 'tt--.._ .. tart to finish and ended in the pitcher. Gonzalez flied out to centter. |i!! Gonzalez cf .. 3 0 0 1 1 0 j jI i I: only 27. is regarded as one of the The Conch five will leave to-
E TOOK.one:!. tt.of the broken Castro out, short field to division J morning for :Miami where
his morrow
:, struck out Catlings! In a thunder H { -* ,score of 2 to 1. The Embalmers i I Castro sf _... 2 0 1 1 3 0'C. j I best men in today. .
crown and gave He other to bls"friend. first. 1807 Wadsworth Longfellow will in the district
j Henry
semi-final Nebo, they compete
For the
clap. Suppose a pair of huge doors I Gates, p.... 3 0 0 0 1O I Jphn :
.it' hurled down on a r.thjck carpet.Imagine did not stop fighting until l the I No runs, no hits, no errors. matchmaker and promoter, has \ !famous American poet, tournament ..__
quivering shock that:tana & 'Ay," sald4MoAtanaT"On8oJtjuiimay1 *fif* Eighth Inning j.I'I Total28 2 2 27 14 1 I I booked Kid Williams and Joe Ra born at Portland Maine. Died at Died there
last I bornIn Boston. ,
i>,. stick In the Take 801> :& of* man was out. 1 jMass. March 24,
: jtrap mirez. This will be great Cambridge, .
through a building antffseemi X( t11 sf .- LOPEZ Ingraham ,Sterlingand t: Score by innings: I a : bolt June 17. )889.
E ( come from any direction'gtJI;> **-th'e ( .n 1' ffJ 'i a t The 'playing of Albury, third McCarthy flied out to third, !' Lopez -... 000 000 100-1 3 3 I Williams like Ramirez, is a hard 188'2. I
sides the bottom the top." M "* "" He had picked'tavo! soft"'heavy I 1 short and second, respectively. :(Busy Bees 000 020 OOx-2 2 1 i hitter and a great body puncher. I, ; 1 !---
That was what the explosion: was little bags of gold out of another baseman for the Bakers was sen- j i Castro Dope has not been received as yet IS-23-Ernest Renan, French
Stolen bases 1810 John G. actor
No runs, no hits no errors. i I Summary: : Gilbert ,
like in Fort Duraya. Nearly every drawer of the safe hubris droppedone hilosopher and scholar born.
about the Williams lad but we I
rational. Pena and Armando Ace- BUSY BEES-C. Gates and H. ; struck out: by Gates 4, by j.
soul 1 in the big building heard It or Into a pocket of his trousers. Oct. 12. 1892. .
believe he is )J.Ied
have in sensational fights here
f I Montana the little Gates out. third to first. Roberts Lunn 3; bases on balls: off Gates : good reasons pug
felt for It almost put ten-pound
it. to be
felt than to be was beard. A good more many I weight inside his coat .e-do also played well for the j+=i flied out to short field. I 2, off Lunn 4; time of game: 1:10; J i' either the boy who busted two ribs I Conway will meet Baby Face I 1
for time backor 1836-Russell A. Alger. soldier
Tommy Reyes |
tbougut that It was a severe earth Toe best way Is right back to the doughnut makers. Cates andUbieta 1 I No runs, no hits, no errors. left on bases: Lopez 3. Busy Bees j I iC some Rojas.
quake. postern by which we came In. Fol- Ninth Inning I ; umpires: Lopez behind the the fighting dynamo from St. j Other bouts in the making to I llichigan lumberman and gover

Most men looked at one another, low me there Kubrtz. ( starred for the Embalinera.j plate Gonzalez at first and Capote J Louis.In complete the show for next Monday I or, Secretary of War in '08,

startled, and muttered. "There's "Back the same way? They will LOPEZ-Hale hit a high foul on second and third. : another preliminary of six will be announced later. .1 1 orn ..t Lafayette, Ohio. Died

Something wrong!" There were very have it crowded with armed men." A play by play back of the playing field in left rounds will be seen! in action the Seven hundred world war vet-I' in. 23 1907.

few who could guess that it was actually "1 tell you that's the safest" game follows: j and Acosta went over and caught A series of tests at Yale Uni old timer Jimmy Conway, hardest erans will see the show Monday<<

an explosion. chance." First Inning the ball. T. Lunn went in and I I versity have revealed that apes' lightweight puncher of olden days.:I night. This was reported from the j 1848-Ellen Terry English

The general IgnacIo Estrada was "Montana, It-Is! no chance at all!" batted for A. Lunn and went out, } react to sight and round as quick-' Jimmy needs no introduction toI I I I Islamorada Camp yesterday Seats I I dress, born. Died Ju1.v21,

one of these. lie had brought Rosita They were In the bedroom of the LOPEZ-Machin out, pitcher to I short to first Machin ended the !I ly as human children i| Key West fans who have seen this{I| have been reserved for the beys. 1128.N .

a to the gate of the fort on his arm. so governor again. They were In the I first. Baker hit a high fly be. -----.--.- ---. ---. ..
that she had nothing to do exceptto closet opposite to that which had tucen pitcher and catcher, both

taunter down the short slope towards held the safe, and wilDe Rubriz completed ., ,, ... ... ...
? n .n. '
I letting the ball fall between them. ] ... .. R .n Pnwwnwwwn w----- "-M- !T 9e"vRlw"r ww.S
: the lights of the town. his costume by huddling II : .. .. ':i :hY: ,.':: .:: li y'y: .l.
In front of the entire guard at the swiftly into a white shirt which he Altury ran up, got the ball and j

gate, he I leaned and kissed the girl. snatched from a helr. Montana threw Baker out at first. It was 1
She! received that caress on a browof picked a great cloak from Its hanger I II 1'
a great play by Albury. Ubieta ; .
and and it around his
stone the general would not flung shoulders. :
have been surprised he had heard They sprang out again into the I singled, to right. Cates flied out |I : ><

a snider from one of the men. open room. : to third. I

"Well. Rosita.! he said to her, "Rubrlz. I tell you 1 have a lucky J No runs, one hit, no errors. I

"one of these days: you will like me feeling. Come with me tonight!" BUSY BEES 11 Gates flied ........."......t., *...,<>........ .. t .,.*. .. ... . ,. ,... . ; <.. .

better"I shall" pray- she answered. She quickly"In the!-to name me!ot" God. Montana. I out short to who short threw field.wide Roberts to first.hit A.to : .. .. ..''..:?s,}::::: t;\.. Ji ;'>t':::j. >::.t.:!:' %::.r y< X q q t .. .'; ) "-.ti:: :-::: .: :'.: :IKl af aw.'.,v:.i;. MMft vv: ,,. .4; ,1I1;::

looked 'right back at him. lie did not A voice called out distantly. Thena .tfil. ii1i":1"!: V ' 3*
know whether to curse her insolence door opened and there was a sudden Acevedo hit to third and forced j

or damn her stupidity. Thea he decided rushing of footfalls, close at Roberts at second. Albury hit to

that he would do neither, but hand, at the very entrance to the first; who threw wide to Ubieta.

Lerln to use all of his brains In the bedchamber. who was covering first. Acevedo :

study t>t her. Montana springing for the door went to third on the play. Acosta

For one thing, she had taken on that led into the little side corridor flied out to left.

additional significance, simply because could not believe himself when he No runs, no hits, two errors

: : he knew that she had seen El saw Rubriz rush, straight forward to Second Inning
KccJ face to face perhaps had encounter this overwhelming dan
Einlted: and I laughed with that fantastic ger. I LOPEZ-Kerr out. third to

adventurer. She startled the Well mere physical resistance first. Ingraham flied out to short

good general as though he had discovered could not be In the head of the field. Sterling out, third to first $2

In some plain drab woman Mexican. He must have thought out No runs, no hits, no errors.

of middle age. tho widow of a great some cunning device.So BUSY BEES-M. Acevedo flied .'t3wtae .w/

man. Montana went rapidly- throurh out to left. Pena struck out. Gonzalez Yw F .

the corridor. lie came ont cautiously flied out to short} field. .. ;,... .

FOR El I red was great In the eyes i into the officers' mess-hall. Two No runs, no hits no errors. ....r x r ., ,nr, w h k ' v.>.,l'r" 4hr4 by:
General Estrada. In part the I or three chairs were overturned. Ha (
Third Inning
greatness was based upon a mystery. found himself against his own belief -
Estrada could understand why men pausing to finish off a brimming LOPEZ McCarthy fanned. r
should dare greatly for great rewards glass of wine. Hale out, third to first. A. Lann f r'(

but to ride Into danger mere- But after all, the matter of a few flied out to third. ';;' '- 1'

ly for the sake of danger' face was seconds here and there would be of No runs, no hits no errors. : j for that better taste Ii

an absurdity and a madness. no importance. lie might as well BUSY BEES-Castro singledoff .

These were the thoughts that pause for a cigaret It would even the pitcher's glove. C. Gates r J j"a /- }

were working' the rorad of the help him., -' t fanned. H. Gates, out on fly to I . ..\. "{... ,; ; .. < :
governor as;,h. said gool1- y.to the Considering this he actually U&lU>. center. Castro stole second. Robert \ girt: and at that.rtoment'te; heard td a smoke and tbeis went on/agafaj 1 > .
.;.lont.JUy to second.No xF tt
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from somewhere Inside the fort-or The bugles were"stlll"going, the ,. ,
runs, one hit. '
no errors. '.
was it not from the ground beneath sound penetrating the thick walls ; t 'it. ; f

him!-that, null McX: muffled ex I dimly! entering the mind like. perfetent -, I M Fouth Inning "' ..A..l. ,r .,t : Turkishtobacco leaf: IS so tiny' ; i?;

plosion.lhstartedllelooked, ***wild*. !' ei edles of thought" But not LOPEZr' *: :Machin walked. Baker \: ii i ,. ,; .that each pf these bales contains :zi
ly at Rosita. Ten the thickness bf the walls could out, second to first. Machin 1-- .tsr ,

"What Is itr she asked him. keep out the damned rattling and went to third. Cates rolled out to from thousand
t I ,7'\v: : ., 70 to 80 leaves. :i4I
"El Kecd-1 think. El heed!" clamoring and crazy rhythms of the first. > ,

said the governor. alarm bells. No runs!, no hits no errors. ; i i'ti But there's another and greater
"Inside the Cart:"' she gasped. The building seemed to tremble as BUSY BEES-A. Acevedo flied II
"Still Inside the fort!" the sounds found physical root In n. F difference-Turkish is the most
out to left. Albury flied out to l itii iiY t
She even made a pace or two In the foundations of the old fort. Anda I '
pursuit of the general but Estradawas crazy panic ran out through the short field. Acosta flied out to the c' k spicy and aromatic tobacco in the f

making off at full speed. shoutIng blood of Montana. and Into his brain. pitcher. ie '
to the officer of the gate: "Sound lIe took hold of that panic with No runs, no hits, no errors. ;; !lt world.We.

the alarm! Every man at his post! his hands so to speak, and cast It Fifth Inning .. :... have Chesterfield buyers in .
h' >: Ilk I ?
Sound the alarm! out of his breast LOPEZ-Kerr drove one over :: { }r

That was why Montana\ and Rn Ills bat was well over his head. .;
center fielder. Gopher went tJt! It sf:! althetobaccomarkctsofTurkey 1j
briz did not have much time. well down on the forehead. The back and after hard he .: f: 9:0
a ,
. . .. .
They had watched the fire rundown flap of the cloak would cover most turned around and just barely /:{: :.:::,. < ..s:-: :,? r1tW ys }:f:'.. and Greece, including Xanthi, I*.
the fuse under the door of the of the rest of his face. And bluff ::; < '< ::' ,. .
$ :
caught the ball. y' :
Ingraham out, :
closet: They had heard the very light would have to do the rest-bluff no jJ k.. . ... ;} Cavalla Smyrna and Samsoun. .
short to first. Sterling out, fly to .L :j::::::::: :: : -*
crackling and spitting sound which wider than the edge of a knife. -u '

the fuse made. They lay flat on the (CoPJl1ig1l.t. IIJJ Carper d Brothers third.No ] i ; :: :Y> And when you blend and cross- ;

floor In a corner of the bedroom and runs, no hits, no errors. .. .
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Montana finds, tomorrow, hi. BUSY BEES-M. Acevedo .">> : <> blend aromatic Turkish tobacco
waited 1 : >
All sound ended.eaoeeoeooo.ooe.ea.o.e.eo. .. .. .. ... .. .. .\ ffit. :.1;<
blocked .
way : by many toldicrs. walked. Pena singled'! to right < .. w...... ,:. .-=,-.: : <. : Ii. '>rA':'" -

:r.y'i: ; ,.,!. . 4o7J. with mild ripe home-grown tobaccos tft.
\ -- -- -- ---- -- ---- I ter. Acevedo went to third m.1 .. < $>s pG
j Pena, on the throw to third ,' t '
I noted<< political economist born at 1 i' as we do Chesterfield '
to second. Gonzalez lined one :: : : <; : ui. .

Today's Birthdays Saugerties. N. Y., 68 years ago. out to left. Kerr came in fast and I .. \ 4Egwtjjjoff
S CS...S........... ,.... made a great effort to atch the :::' 4. ft .: .:>.: .. .':..> i" :. you have # milder cigarette .t

David Sarnoff president of the ball which hit his glove and got ; .. ... ... ,., .,;: t 'f
.V > M < : %
Maj. Gen. Ben II. Fuller U. S. Radio Corporation of America away. Acevedo and Pena scored ::/ .. ....., ., .. .. ': : a better-tasting 'Ilrette. WI
)I. Coo retired, of Hamilton Va. born in Russia 44 ' "
years ago. and Gonzalez went to second.

born at Big Rapids, Mich., C5.. Castro walked. C. Gates fanned.J 'j : ::: 'f >' fi'1' 'rrnn+ '""' +srm q""? "'. .j
years ago. Ellery Sedgwick of Boston,j H. Gates hit a line drive to short >, ;, ,. :._wr--Qdr%F0 :
... ., ., . .. .
I 1 editor of Atlantic Monthly, born Baker caught the ball and doubled I u ?) : .r f < +:>1< .7<''::1'1' 'tJt.: + : t.,"' .f :; l; 'Jj;: ':s;

U. S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler ' in New York, 53 years' ago I I I Castro off first base. I II 1 ?s.:;. t Jk 4tii:4.r4c r, w'- '. :.14: 5L5';,%:,! rfi ;r,3

of Montana( : horn Two kit }tI .. ; t 2k :< n / ; $ i
at Hudson, : 'I runs one one error. .: lS a. .. w j jy.yr.u% $
Dr. .. : R .d .nvr..E rrrt: $
laIa"s.. :53;:; years ago. Ralph C. Hutchison president Sixth Inning ( :.
of Washington and Jefferson j I '
I R-yn ; ' ''t F .2 "; 1i' ,.4 / y
LOPEZ Hale and I II +F 4 :
-McCarthy, : % } i h1. ,, Jh r1r'O }
College, Washington Pa., born at t1 l. S. Sntor ....
Hugo Black of A. Lunn fanned '4':a rG':: ,' Z !' ' .

Ala!:. nva, born at llarlan Ala., Florissant Colo., 37 years ago. I No runs no hits no errors. j,j .: .. ,nv.. .: ....... vtt;, n. ...a..::'.si-'v.. .,Y. :.,.r(.n..i.i' :.: '-.'t.A.,y/:ok..,.,, .<. f.}. .,';:Y.Y'.f.; .,,(. v: .d.r' .aT ir'g456.s;..
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49 years ago. Jo*f W. Hall ("Upton Close"' ). !, BUSY BEES-Robert* out,1! *::,h .Ow.v. v .Fr,: a .": ar -.t. 1,:wN.3! :: ( y'34raa ; ;. ; .! yDY ,

author and }lecturer, born at Kelso.third to first. A. Acevedo out, fIll I I'to > *"
( ji ? gMv ** %'
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Pro!. Irving Fisher off .Yak, Washer 41 years ago. _. _._'': left. Albury walked. Acosta1 t ?


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:-: SOCIETY : : I FOR LOCAL GIRLMiss INCOME TAX PLAN TO ENTER CHANGES BILL"DON'T concert VIENNA pianist-The in only the one-armed world is 7 torment Quickly and soothe promote burning healln cl

Paul Wittgenstein 47, of this irritated skin wlth-

I Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress ESSAYCONTEST city, who is now making his first I I ,,
'PHONE 752-J Ruth Rose Galey, daughter MUST BE SIGNED BY HUS. LIE TO YOUR WIFE"TO American tour. ResinoLIT i"
of Dr. and Mrs. Harry C. ,
................................................. Galey of Key West, student at BAND AND WIFE ACCORD. BE PRESENTED t ----. -
Mary Baldwin College, Staunton ---- -------
t Charming Party Va., has distinguished herself in I WEST HIGH SCHOOL ARE i'f .

Yesterday At Casa Marina her Information studies. received at the -----h': I OUT TO WIN UNIVERSITY '
the The Heffner-Vinson
execution company
Galey home,from the college<< fac-
I ulty show thaf:Mi..Jhitbnoie: a of Income'tax'' Veturns undertheS SCHOLARSHIP. played .another large crowd last TOWN
The Casa Marina Casino and I Joseph II. Pratt Mt. and Mrs. ; _- COSTS LESS
Beach Club .was yesterday the Ralph D. Farwell Mr.\ and Mrs.C. freshman at the institution made provisions ({ dt vfnue Act lyght Tenigfetrthis. clever company -
ecene of a charming beach party. I B. Waterman Mrs. Kay My- the honor roll in the first semes of 93Ej effective A Januar r 1.1 I, t will havetari"entire changeof
A number>'of girls at the Key ,
ter. ; presenting the fun.
Tables under gayly decorated Cullough Miss Kyros McCullough 1934, the rovisioni.o vthh. i4. program
canopies a background of green I I the Duke of Arcos Mr.\ and Mrs. ing applicable to tfce: incanie .t tix West Junior-Senior High School niest of all comedies "Don't Lie
waving palms and bright flowers I C. H. Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Red FRUIT SHIPMENTAT i returns.for the year 193t'reqoirethat | are' out to* win a university To Your Wife." All the band

white beach and stretches of mond Cross Miss\ Maiy\ Cross a joint income- ax.teturn'' be scholarship.Mrs. ; numbers chorus numbers and s.
southern waters furnished a color- Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Nell Mrs. signed by both band4Aod wife .::J.; C. Irwin Jr., home eco- vaudeville acts will be changed.

ful and exciting setting for the Franz Siegel Mr. and Mrs.V.. LOWE'S STORERegular unless each file separate returns.It nomics teacher at the school has Evelyn" "The Girl Who Sees Tomorrow

truly tropical affair. Barton Chapin. David Leahy, Mrs.\ appears that the majority of will amaze you tonight. REFRIGERATOR
just enrolled her students in a Miss Josephine Royster, torch
casino for the S. Mrs. P.
The exclusively I S. Durfee Henry I taxpayers are executing their --
use of guests of the hotel 'exceptby Leach Mrs. George C. Fair Mrs. weekly shipment of I joint returns for the 1934 national essay contest restrictedto singer and the champion lady ;- -- -SC
fruits and vegetables will arrive i year home economics students, and buck and wing dancer of the south "
is always and Mrs. S
special arrangement, G. R. Packard, Mr. with only one signature as has
tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash : with scholarships as the major will entertain you tonight, also,
well patronized, and its I Stuart W. Cramer. Edward Miller been the practice under the Revenue -'
Grocery, 1117 Division street. i prizes.In the Lamont sisters doing an
beauty and excellent management Dr. and Mrs. George S. Glass Act of 1932 and the collector I
The shipment which includes a:I addition to pursuing their adagio act; Herman Lewis, the
bring forth exclamations of delight Mrs. Joseph Williams, Mrs. C. desires to call the taxpayers' f
large variety of both fruits and : regular courses in foods these eminent baritone and others.
from all visiting it. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Ernest attention to the necessity of having I
I r vegetables is expected to arrive girls are now devoting extra effort Miss\ LeRoy and the other ladieS
The casino is under the direction Flentze Mrs. George II. Dan- the joint income tax returns
early in the evening.PERSONAL to digging out facts about will wear some stunning I
of Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Buz- forth Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hoyt signed by both the husband and very
zell. who also have a health farmat I Mv. and Mrs. E. W. Foster J. E. ........................ wife and one of the signatures meat since the essays are to deal gowns with Beatrice having one

Boothbay Harbor on the coast' Griffith, Harold Wilder, Mr. and I must be sworn to be an officer with that subject. of the best rolls of her career.
of Maine. Mrs. Samuel Fuson E. Davis, Mr. MENTION I duly authorized to administer They may write on one of the Jimmie Heffner. owner and I
,I four The Rela- has found it
I following topics: comedian. necessary
beach with and Mrs. Edwin Thanhauser Mrs.
Yesterday's party, oaths.
..... .. .. .
.essss. sss. s ssi tion of Meat to Health Meat- to provide reserve seats for the
Mr Edward Ball as hostess! was E. W. Mathews Miss Suzanne I A joint income tax return is ;
attended by Mrs. David Sholtz i I Mathews M(>. and Mrs. Ralph W. MI"s. Rosalind Palmer was an -one in which the income and'or! The Private Food of Every Na- Benefit of the ones who don'twant
tion Meat in the Diet of the to in early.. .
and family Mr.! and Mrs. Julius Gardner. Mr. and Mrs.\ A. B. Per. arrival yesterday after a visit of deductions of .both the husband ; come '
several weeks in Miami\ 3hild;- and Meat-Its Selection The box office .will\,..be open ,t S la electing your refrigerator
F. Stone J!!.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. kins, and Mr.\ and. Mrs.. Jonathan and wife are reported and. L is I mberfnMcv
't sfid Use. from 3 in the afternoon until 6 tem counts more
ward JJruce, .Colonel! and Mrs. Green, and many. others. very necessary that this type of > thin all other features combined.
i '< Mr., anJ Mrs. J. L.. Roberts and I individual return be i I Stories are limited to 1,000'ords. P. m. > / s I '( II
-TTrn---. c'j'" daughter arrived yesterday from I acknowledgedby i With each story three re- Don Xforgelta coupe e 'change! i-he G-E Monitor Top:refrigerator
both spouses. The collector of '. ivcs 1ouft../lJ ..,., ;. 'I
pnttct *on
must be submitted once of program/tonight ji'fc Lie
Miami for, a bhort stay with rela r pep *
Miscellaneous Shower Given tives/1: I dividual internal revenue taxpayer informs that unless the the'utr each for beef, pork and lamb. To Your' Wife1'! isVlSrand' new RFR1G'RATOR' I ts iftorjbpiy/atboui jeajju-io-nfel' {'. Hucdreds taVhi-of

I Pk. -.contest is sponsored by the play andnever..before'fewrfm Key THE thousands of have foundTHAT
,. i \ owners
Miss joint returns
w; Honoring Ellen\; CareyThe are properly executed Sailonal Live Stock and. Meat West.BumsteadsWormSynip. l>cirG-Erl (
: : \ B. D. Trevor was a passengerby in accordance with the DEFIES; TIME'' 'u ; rtf eratoxi are': rformt
train afternoon I Board in cooperation with high iog the same after .tx and sevenTh..eI.dMst.tm.cbassm I
above, it will be necessary for his year* in use as on the day they
Young Ladies Sewing Circleof Mrs. J. L. Wilde,'Mrs. :Myrtle Al ing to Iblamorada for a short office at some future date to sub- school teachers. of G-E Mooicor Top rcfhseralert bought them.cuts 1m"own*G-E!
Literary ability and a knowledge in use ia home* .6 *n4y ;
Matecumbe gave a miscellaneous bury, Mrs. Inez Albury. Mrs. M. business trip. mit a form for execution for the .on b.vI b.ca cue put attbsGERe.carchLaboeseors .
shower recently at the home E. Felt n, Mrs. Robert Ingraham. of the subject chosen will ,. YMtMitartllMMviaf* fU6ltayorkitcaaa \(\
missing signature on the individual TTe. rUldrM aa J>r4! of merry." YVboreatrwtkma ud foundto bcm-such perfect I .UUtonerrew
of Mrs. J. E. Carey honoring Miss j I: Mrs. Eugene Russell Mrs. Paul Sam Hart representing the|i return. This will delay. be the basis for determining the .. IVaplte.are followed.scarcity and IT xx>fcVKBFA1LM. i- coodinoa that DO limit cae be. le*os little M .
Ellen Carey, whose marriage to 'Albury Mrs. G. Donaldson Mrs. Lincoln Hotel of Havana in Key the handling of the winners. A novel and interesting Fast of 8A.NTOMN. ft contain feJl doss, placed be expected.oo the yean G-E't of.er.w.to
returns in the . perThere is in
beood alxtr yMtrV te Hold everywhere oo point waiting until
. ;
Lewis Edward Moore took place Everett Carey Mrs. Charles Carey West left yesterday for a business manner of presentation will help bottle. 11"
maU. 680
collector's office. r br a .,::;elM?,: ,::: spring to buy, for the longer youwait
several days later. M1!. Bert Pinder, Mrs. W. G. Cur visit in the Cuban capital. the judges decide but. first of K*. C. A. ,..._ If. 'U- nu-del... the more you waste.

The home was nicely decoratedfor I II ry. Mrs. Edward Sanders. Mrs. : ....................... all. the facts must be accurate ,,-

the occasion, the color scheme Alvin Pinder. Mrs. Elizabeth Hall. Mrs. Beryl Curry and son Ken- according to the contest announce MONROE THEATERDick THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANYA.

being white. green and pink. Many'1 I Mrs. Merrill Felton, Mrs. Florence neth left yesterday afternoon for CLASSIFIED ment. Powell and Josephine I

games were played. with attractive II Cothron Miss Rosalie Coth- Miami to spend a while with rela Outstanding interest in this Hutchinson in F. AYALA, Sale. Manager

first and consolation prizes ron. Mrs. Eliza L. Parker, Mrs.\ tives. COLUMN event centers on the selection'of HAPPINESS AHEAD .

being awarded. I Mabel\ Hager Miss Edith Felton. a national champion. Last. year,, -alsoMAN 0

Refreshments were served and : Mrs.\ Doris Eubank Mrs. Margie Emil Sweeting, local superin- ........................ Miss Anne Oczkewecz; of Everett,, OF THE NIGHT
Miss Carey received many lovely i Spitz. Mrs. Evenette Stone. Miss tendent of an insurance company Wash., won this coveted honor. Matinee .
gifts which were drawn into the I Rosalie Carey Mrs. Berlin Felton left yesterday afternoonfor FOR RENT Prominent authorities in the : Balcony lOc; Orchestra. - -

living room in green and white Mrs. Eugene Lowe Mrs. Rosalie a business conference with officials field of home economics will i _____ lS-20c Night 1525cLove's .111 I,
decorated wagons by little Everett I Russell. Miss Marie\ Raskins Miss of the company in Jack APARTMENT FOR RENT modern compose the judging committee, I

Berlin, nephew of Miss Carey. Violet Kemp, Mrs.\ Thomas Stor- sonville. conveniences 644 William which will select the winners il The Never-Tiring
Among those present at the mont and :Mrs. Margaret Bruns Apply Valdes febl6-tf Bakery. is said. All essays must be sub, IndiscretionsAND 'I _

shower were Mrs. E. L. Wilde I wick. Charles Aronovitz left yesterday mitted by April 1. GUARDIAN
,I afternoon for a stay of several PERSONALS I
days with relatives in Mi ADENOIDS OR ILLINOIS? ABOUT SEX of

Miss Ellen Dolores Carey Weds ami. STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS Positively showing for the last I your
I AND INDIGESTION victims In making out an applicationfor time TONIGHT at the I I HEALTH

Lewis E. Moore At Matecumbe Jimmie Wade who fought Pete why suffer? For quick relief an insurance policy the agent _

Nebo Monday night, and his man. get a free sample of Udga asked a colored man when he was PalaceNO ti-- THEICEMAN

-- ager Jack Fleischer did not leave Tablets a doctor's prescription last attended by a physician.The .

The marriage of Miss Ellen I match and carrying an arm bouquet I by private plane yesterday a? intended at Gardner's Pharmacy.feb6.7811.121318.19.20..25.. darky replied that as far a: ADVANCE INPRICESlS2Sc =EE
Who like clock
Dolores Carey, daughter of Mr. of roses and lilies-of-the-val-r but left by train later in 26- he could remember it was when ppears ,
and Mrs. James E. Carey, to Lew- ley was given away in marriage' the afternoon. 27x he had his "Illinois taken out." = .; work every day of the year
13 Edward Moore, son of Mrs. by her father. r FOR ADULTS ONLY = --'--:. with a load of pure health.

Lenoy Russell. took place at the' Miss Rosalie Carey, sister of j I Attorney William V. Albury I MISCELLANEOUS ,MILS! PONT BE SKINNY S a 1 protection?
Matecumbe Methodist Church I' the bride, acted as bridesmaid I left k
and Sheriff K. O. Thompson
Sunday February 17th. I I. and wore a pink and blue dress) yesterday afternoon for a business I ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIR ,
The was performed with pink hat and carried sweet ED by authorized radiotric ati. Over-Sea Hotel I c ;
ceremony I visit to Islamorada. (WAS FlATCHESTKl DOWN AND I He never-,h $ to be defrosted. lie never thumps
under an arch of roses by the: heart roses. Franklin Carey Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela ,
Rev. J. II. Hager, pastor of the brother of the bride attended as Berlin Sawyer left yesterday street. Phone 866-J. SKINNY UNTIL I TOOK VINX IRON TONIC. 917 FLEMING STREET ,I or whirrs.*!; He always saves you dollars and cents.

church at 5:30 o'clock in the aft. best man for the groom. afternoon for Miami where he feb23-lmox THEN MY'FIGURE&GM4T0FiLLiT ROOM running water __ $1.00 ,

ernoon. The church was decorated The wedding was attended by a will undergo treatment by a well AND I GOT MORE CURVES TO MY BOW ROOM, with bath I>> 1.50 CALL NO. 8
with cut flowers and ferns. a large number of guests and for known osteopath. BICYCLES I HAVE NO TROUBLE GETTING BOY WEEKLY RATES :
The bride, attired in a white the present Mr. and Mrs. Mooreare

ensemble with accessories to! remaining at Matecumbe. Wm. R. Porter president of the I I WE Week.RENT Repair by the all Hour makes Day and or FRIENDS FOR. 6ETV1NOLATVOURDRUG6ISI DANCES AND MCTIES NOW. Newly New Equipment Renovated i FOR PURE ICE

_. First National Bank left on the I
-> --- paint them with Nu-Enamel. We IT TASTES GOOD.
I for -t : New ManagementNO I
afternoon plane yesterday a
DeMolay Dance Garden Club To I business visit in Miami. carry a full supply of parts. CLEANER HOTEL I
Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
On Friday Night Meet TomorrowThere sell them as low as $1.00 Get Tour ANYWHEREPANOPTIKS" I I

Emergency Julius F. Relief Stone Administrator Jr., Florida I per week. J. L. Stowers Music VINOL Today al, Ii i tCl[ REFRIGERATORS

Plans are complete for the will be meeting of the left by plane yesterday for Miami \ Company. janl8-lmo Oriental Pharmac] II

DeMolay\ danA tC&JB&ITli ay l"t; Vest4orrow Thu at
ing at the. uban. ,. Cfub on morning, the state before returning to Ft's '.pn. ." 'D'" ., .. .
'''l' ., man' X h l House Division IIU 'l i .*
tt \ .. t. < ej )\ on cp MUNSON ISLANDtFISHING
> I Key Now I' ""F"A
ttcc" Last trtln t', street.' .. yl1st.' BLANK SALES 1 1 II'ERS {t
UI b ( : '.1l?: I
rangemtnts arc being made this I lOc each or. 3 for 25c at The ., ... .....
This. meeting has been called IeiiryJtedkey, stale directorof Artman Press, .Phone 51, Citif "Operated by R., M. Ellison "'" 9 tt" (4'\\ \ iI, j
week 1..he. committee .i in charge, I for 9:45, and all members andInterested transients' of the FERA; who len Building. octlf Best Fi.hiac.oD Coast )' om'tc {l'er) t'kQ'"

of the affair. I er.on'ore requested was in Key West on business, left < ",. Guides and Boats Available JT" 'r. ,ihe! gaPI I If -II(| :(P' K"l,fI\'CI\ r..owptn.
.. . .
Satiiraclion .
to Rqp cration '
: attend same.Today's CARDS-100' '" This is the first event given by yesterday afternoon for Miami. PERSONAL printed : } ...I.. I. .4k" t' S a. ,i .! -'. , lf4": !
BoatingBathingWrite SEGMENThas .
Robert J. Perry Chapter this year ........................ cards $1.25. The Artman Reaervation Pea Priced at
Charles Wardlow examiner and Press. ug7 for been designed from a studyof
and is In charge of a committee I Horoscope acting appraiser in the customs I I Office, Ramrod Key eye movements to permit a

consisting of Malcolm Pinder, service at Key West has received MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 Accessible by Rail or Auto to large useful reading image at

Joseph Richardson James Curry! ........................ instructions to report in sheets $1.25. The Artman Ramrod Key the same time to leave a maxi $30 and $35EASY
and Malcolm Sawyer. I I Tactful and full of resource. Tampa for a short stay on official Press Citizen Building. I Camp Boats Meet Guests mum distance field. The difference -

Music will be furnished by Key and rather fortunate in your business and will leave on the jun27tf Rate: $5.00 Per Day- in size and shape between TERMS 10 DAYS' FREE TRIAL
I American Plan -
West popular dance orchestra, friends you will need all your Steamship Cuba tonight. p the PANOPTIK segmentand

Bob Pinder's dance band. abilities to withstand the attacksof TYPEWRITING sheets 76"The" PAPER Artman-Press.600. the round segment of older ..............I -
fortune. It is a combination Mrs. Lcticia Gutierrez Fernandez 4 type Bifocales represents the .

P.-T. A. Conducts i difficult to understand. If the ; and three children. Raul. ,aug'li CASA MARINAKey savings for useful vision in the

minor aspects are favorable thereis quin and Leticia, who were Joa-I Wett'a Hotel De Lux. Panoptik.
Meeting HereMrs. i Ice Inc.
Thompson Company
iI I an opportunity for success it ing a short time in Key American Plan DR. J. A. VALDES ,
will be better to keep in the shallow left yesterday on the P. .
G. N. Goshorn was pre waters of quiet life. In all steamship for Havana. l 200 Delightful Room, each Orthofoa Soft-Lit Lie.! ....

sented with a PastPresident'spin events, walk cautiously. with Private Bath 532 D.nl I Slr..t
) ATBORDEAUXq .leO Dinner ______ --
at the regular monthly meeting Joe Williams, sports editor of Evening $2.00 -
11//, Luncheon ___ 1.50 _. ..._
of Key West High School CARD OF THANKS the New Yorkf t' World-Telegram Jd..$. . '- ----- -- -!- --
Parent-Teacher Association held and Mrs.\ Williams, who were in 'Afternoon Tea .50

last evening in the school audi.I To all those who in any way Key West for'.three days and enjoyed or a la I Carte

to'ium. Presentation:; was made assisted us during the illness and a fishing cruise with Ernest Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach.with I

by Mrs. M. E. Derkowitz, president at the death and burial of our Hemingway. left yesterday by 1NUYEJJ'6 N. Casino be ilojIWink4 i'

of the organization. loving husband and father John plane for Miami en route to New I Masseur in Attendance tI,1it
Founders under .
day program Gardner we give our most sin- I York. PETER SCHUTT! Mcl'' ,
the direction of Mrs. Jeanne Ir- cere thanks and gratitude. May .. CORDIALS '" : ACCEPTING 1MTIATHWS

vin Was enjoyed by all attending. God's blessing rest on them all. Colds k ' .;, . ) .I 4 .ft t ti
Business meeting was opened with MRS. JOHN GARDNER AND Chest v'/0I, a'iJtiffea'in.4'as _ To Itt tkt ordinal I Davit 100% Pare. Faint I.t
the singing of "America." CHILDREN. feb27-lt ... Best treated KEY WESTCOLONIAL lie 58ft! to MADE IN BALTIMORE. nan tun "-
Delicious refreshments consisting without -dosin& (!kJek '
HOTELIn took forthis Davis 100% Pure Paint ha oft nT kca'II
of cake and punch were BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING ; imitated.blat never doplxud.Dari :: ::...
matehle quality
VICISSVAPO The tame t3 Label
served. Color scheme of blue WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. I liqueur a. produced in Bor the Center of the Businessand I [ 100% Pare Paint conform' *, With, ==..
and gold. National P.-T. A. colors,,, PHONE 152M. dec20 de.us.at duty free* price*. all par paint law. and if tb only paint ::.=,--
was carried out. STAINLESS now if you prefer I Ask your deakr for NUYENSCrmedeMentbe.CcaOTriPle Theater District I I VOpUIG that Carrie a guarantee of park,., :::=-.::

a large The meeting crowd of was both attended teacher bj: DeMOLAY DANCE BENJAMIN LOPEZ I See;Apricot Brandy and other*. I First CU._Fireproof- I I PAINT lock for this Guarantee on the Labelere -*

B.B,DORr a co..lea.. SOe A-
Sensible Rates '
and parents. This meeting was I FUNERAL HOME I Ml W *I_ .- e ....os-tbe wwh osy..Iter"- Mossfscs.IU SsS4 n4ot ssssrs
Friday, March
scheduled to be held last Tues' 1st Etablina 49 Y. lC-d All ....- ere Me* '? os BUtwon sad mId WMfk. Duicn etjr,
day evening but was postponeddue II'l CUBAN CLUB ] fey w...'. OUUt ,-tr- COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN IKttMVISC ... '. 'f1I fMI .I4I1IINKN1*

to the activities in the "La Bob'. Orchestra I 24-Ho.r' A.UUne. S.rHc* I Distributed by Cabrera Wn.U* Garaga. Elevator

Semana Alegre" which were going ,I ADMISSION __ 40C 1 I LicaaaWPkon _....... ..!. Grocery Inc. Om *al. by .0 Popular Pricea gi I G. C. ROBERTS Comer Car_. asd Win StreetsPAGE'FOUR -

on last week. 13S Ni "t ....w leading vendors. > 'I_

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