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SOCIETY Mr. And Mrs.-Ed. R. Bentley Honored At Series Of Events Ed. R. Bentley, governor of the Thirty-ninth District of Rotary, and Mrs. Bentley, who were here for two days, had a wonderful vis it with Rotarians and Rotary Anns they said before leaving for Tampa Saturday. So interesting and delightful was their stay made in Key West that Mr. Bentley said he intended to return at an early date and stay #reral days. • • -On their arrival Friday on the Steamship Florida the visitors were met by a committee of Ro tarians and escorted to the hotel. Later Mr. Bentley was honor guest at the Rotary luncheon, the date having been changed from Thurs day. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Bentley were taken sightseeing in autos and in the evening attended a reception given in their honor by Rotarians and Rotary Anns ati Musical Entertainment At Ley ' Memorial Church Tuesday Night * •’FfArWies oi the Ley Memorial church have arranged an excellent program to be given at the church tomorrow night, beginning at 7:30 o’clock, and an enjoyable eve ning’s entertainment is promised all who attend. The program to be rendered on the occasion follows: Instrumental selection Alice Jeqlts. Prayer—Rev. W. J. Martin. Selection —Congregational church choir. Reading—Robert Archer. ■Duet—George Jensen and Maude Brady. / Reading—John Lewis Day. Solo—Mrs. Vernall Solano. Announcement Of Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Lawton E. Wat con, of 915 Southard street, an nounce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Katherine, to Leo M. Curry. Date for the wedding will be announced later. Relatives and friends of the popular young people have arrang ed a number of pre-nuptial affairs in their honor. MRS. C ROBERTS BURIED IN MIAMI Mrs. Charlotte Helen Roberts, mother of Mrs. Watson Carey of this city, recently passed away at h;r home in Miami, according to word received here. Mrs. Roberts is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Maldon Sands and Mrs. Aileen Kemp of Miami-and -Mrx Watsofi Carey of Key West and numerous other relatives both of this city and Mi ami. Mr. aad Mrs. Carey, who were hi Miami to .attend funeral serv returned here yesterday. . NEW ARRIVAL AT RAY CATES’HOME Borivto Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gates on Saturday afternoon at their home. 902 Eaton street, a girl, weighing eight pounds. The new arrival has been given the name of Shirley Mae. DISPLAY CARS ATNAVARRO’S The 1984 edition of the Ply mouth automobile is now on dis play at Navarro's, Inc., local Ply- j mouth and Chrysler dealers. Ei?ht more cars will arrive Wednesday and be placed on display imme diately. The new Plymouth can be had In a wide selection of smart new colors which are available on j every body style. The public is in vited to visit the showrooms of Navarro, Inc., and inspect the car now termed “the largest six cylin der automobile in the low-priced field. 1 * Pimples Relieved Skin nude dearer, smoother, bner. the easy Resinol way For free sample of am Rewnot. Dcp* T).llba,M4 €■ Resinol 1 „ the Woman’s Club building on Di vision street. An entertaining musical pro gram arranged by J. J. Trevor was giv£n and refreshments served. Mrs. Bentley was presented with a memento of the visit in the form of an electric light and appliances. The socket is set in a beautiful abalone shell, and will always re mind Mr. and Mrs. Bentley of a delightful visit, they said. 4 Saturday, in company With Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., Mrs. Eva Warner and W. L. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Bentley were out fishing. Luck was not so good as the strong wind kicked up a rough sea and made it uncomfortable! for the anglers. At luncheon, the visitors were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Trev or and in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr., en tertained them at dinner. Reading—Annie Laurie Sum mers. Solo—Miss May Hill. Instrumental selection—Misses M. Brantley and B. Brantley. Reading—Katie Eldridge. Dust —Mrs. J. Nelson and G. Saunders^. Instrumental selection Miss Beulah Lee Williams. Reading—Gladys Russell. Duet—Mesdames Ella and Cath erine Williams. Reading—Elizabeth Rosam. Selection—First M. E. church choir. ii Reading—Edith Russell. Selection—Gerald Saunders. Solo—Catherine Knowles. Postlude—Catherine Knowles. M’FARLAND GOES TO CUBAN WATERS After being in port about two weeks the U. S. Destroyer Mc- Farland sailed last night for , Cuban waters. The Battleship Wyoming, which has been in port for recreation for the past week, received in structions today to leave the har bor, anchor outside the reef and sail tonight for Cuba. • i ' Is This Too Good. For Your Cough? Creomulsion may be a better help than you need. It combines seven major helps in one—the best helps known to science. It is made for quick relief, for safety, j Mild coughs often yield to lesser helps. No one can tell. No one knows which factor will do most for any certain cough. So care ful people, more and more, are using Creomulsion for any cough' that starts. The cost is a little more than a! single help. But your druggist' guarantees it, so it costs nothing) if it fails to bring you quick re-j lief. Coughs are danger signals.] For safety's sake, deal with them in the best way known. (adv.)] T I7HEN bad weather meets a bad roof, the YY coat is high. Thrifty property owners save money by replacing bad roofs be/ora leaks occur. And those who know roofing values select Carey Shingles or Roll Roofings—materials which are backed by 60 years of experience. Let us sr — show you these time tested roofs and give _ you a fre% estimate on the type best suited to your needs. SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTING iAND ENGINEERING COMPANY rCJI WHITE AND EUZA STS. PHONE 598 |P"3! "Yssr Horn. L Worthy Of TU Bed” IfSm L S* &ZT—^2 SAILORS HELD IN JAIL GIVEN HEARING TODAY DEFENDANTS ALLEGED TO HAVE PASSED COUNTER. FEIT MONEY; RESULTS OF TRIAL KNOWN TOMORROW N. J. Rountree and W. Taylor, sailors from the U. S. Destroyer Goff, who have been in the coun ty jail for one week on charges of passing counterfeit $5 bills, will know tomorrow morning what the future has in store for them. The men were given a prelim inary hearing before U. S. Com missioner C. Rodney Gwynn today, th e proceedings lasting until al most 2 o’clock this afternoon. They were represented by John G. Sawyer and Allan B. Cleare, who. after most of the testimony had been adduced, moved that the defendants be dismissed because of the weakness of the evidence. H. F. Tyson, secret service agent, who arrived this morning by plane, represented the United States. He gave a history of the case from the investigator's stand point and analyzed the evidence after outlining his course of pro cedure and his investigations made with Captain of Police Evetett R. Rivas and Patrolman Franklyn Arenberg. * ' J After al evidence was in Com missioner Gwynn advised all con cerned he will take the case under advisement and announce his deci sio tomorrow morning. ANGLERS BRING IN TWO TARPON VISITORS TAKEN OUT YES TERDAY BY CAPTAIN BEGLEY FILER John C. Hays and Arthur E. Otto, prominent in the social and professional life of Washington, D. C. f also ardent anglers, are spending their fifth season in Key West after big game fish. Yesterday they were out with Captain Begley Filer and return ed with two fine tarpon. The larg est was five feet 11 1-4 inches and weighed almost 100 pounds. Last year the visitors captured one of the finest specimens of the “silver kings” ever taken. They hope to catch a larger one this year during their stay of about two weeks. CORRECTION In the American Legion’s ad vertisement appearing in The Citi zen Saturday of business houses supporting the Beauty Pageant, ; the name of the Busy Bee Bakery appeared as Busy Bee Grocery. We have been requested to make the necessary correction. PALACE Walter Winchell’. BROADWAY THROUGH A KEYHOLE Matinee, 10-15 c; Night, 15-25 c I A PERSONAL MENTION Reynold Thompson, who was spending a short time in Key West visiting relatives, left on the aft ernoon train yesterday for Miami. Mrs. Richard Knowles left yes terday, after spending several weeks with relatives, to join Mr. Knowles, who conducts a whole sale shellfish business at Taver nier. Cecil Finnerty, extensive tomato grower of Tavernier, who was spending the week-end in Key West with friends, returned to his home yesterday. Miss Francis Cochran, teacher in the schools of Monroe county, who was spending the week in Mi ami with relatives, returned yes terday. Merlin Monsalvatge, of the firm of Monsalvatge and Drane. of Key West and Miami, left on the after noon train yesterday for Miami after a brief visit to the local es tablishment. Victor Moffatt, who was absent from Key West for one week in 'Washington, D. C., was a return ing passenger on the Havana Spe cial Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gomez, who were spending ab&ut two weeks with Mr. .Gomez’ parents on North Beach, left over the high way this morning for Miami. Mrs. Canova, wife of Captain Ted Canova, who, with her daugh ter, was spending several weeks in Miami, returned over the East Coast Saturday. Kenneth Archer was an outgo ing passenger over the East Coast Saturday for Tavernier for a visit with Mrs. Archer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Sterling. Mrs. Clara Albury, who was spending several weeks in Key West as the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gray, left Saturday afternoon for her home in Savannah, Tenn. NO LOOSE ENDS Every Lucky Strike n made from h : k- —HMr W wMeM thp finr * t ,ohacco an<l an, y v center leaves. Not the top leave# \ vigmp ■Jjmwßßs because those are undrr-drvrlop#d >* ' Sr \ not npe. They would give a harp Jr Jfl smoke. Not the bottom leaves—h cause lhow * drr mfrr,,,r ,n They grow close to the ground, * Bn aandy. Ihr center Iravrs arr the f f* m. jS&fiß l IH mildest leave*. for which farmer* /(/ M center leave* are ued m making mpr __ Luckies the fully pat ked cigarette mBBHSKKr round, o firm—free from j ooge That’s why Luckie* draw eaaily, burn evenly. And ffik jjjjm remember—“lt’s toasted**—for j A ■jMklfr throat protection for finer taste. * Saturday st I'M f< M-, Eastern y a St.nd.rd Tone, aver R 4 *d Bl* /'■"ll' % J M • Artwork. mf Lwckv Strike mmm f fv,. co. M *v < New r*,k. •*.lke cendete Opera. Laaswerwaar the Center f] THE KEY WEST CITIZEN V ; •' 1 1 Mrs. Virgil Cordero, who had been visiting with relatives in Mi ami, returned on the Havana Spe cial Saturday. Oscar Solano was an outgoing passenger over the East Coast yes terday for a stay of several days in Miami. Mrs. Carola Retchings and son, Tom Ketchings, 111, who were in Miami for the week-end, returned over the East Coast yesterday. Jack Baker was a returning pas senger on the Havana Special yes terday after an absence of sev eral weeks. Ed. R. Bentley, governor of the Thirty-ninth District of Rotary In ternational, and Mrs* Bentley, who were spending two days in j Key West, left on the Steamship i Florida Saturday evening for Tampa. Mrs. John C. Park, Great Poca- ■ hontas of the organization of Poca hontas for Florida, and Mrs. Har old Baker, Great Keeper of Wam pum, who were paying official visits to lodges on the east coast of the state, returned over the East Coast yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bertram and! son, Arthur, left over the high- 1 way yesterday morning for Miami' where they will remain for some! time before leaving for Charlotte, ■ N. C. NEW AUTO FIRM ! DISPLAYS CARS The Curtis Motor Company, new! Dodge and Plymouth dealers for Key West, is headed by Charles Curtis, of this city. This company displayed new models of these cars yesterday in Curry’s Brick Garage but will Jo-, cate on Duval street in the near future. MAN FROM TAMPA PLACED IN JAIL GETS RELEASED MANUEL ARGUDIN WAS BE-. ING HELD AWAITING WAR-j RANT; ORDERS RECEIVED j SAYING CHARGES DROPPED i Manuel Alvarez Argudin, who! was arrested Friday morning by; officers from the sheriff’s office j on a telegraphic request from the sheriff’s office in Tampa, has been given his freedom. Argudin was a passenger on the j | Steamship Florida from Tampa’ and as soon as the ship arrived he was identified and placed in coun- j ! ty jail. Sheriff K. O. Thompson wired Sheriff Spencer in Tampa fori the necessary warrant specifying j the charges on which the prisoner i was to be held. Yesterday Sheriff Spencer ad-! vised that the charges against Ar-j gudin had been dropped and the : prisoner was to be released. . The battleship West Virginia was built at a cost of $20,510,000 and is the most expensive battle ship in the United States navy. Ends a Cold SOONER READS MINUS SPECKS AT 106 j MATAPAN. Mass.—At 106,] Mrs. Rachael Waldfogel of this] still read swithout spectacles. 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