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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1935
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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For Associated Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wire the .. b" e. 1!en- W'Ct%Ct': (( 1 ttt3Cfl t most range country Key West equable of; only with Florida 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the





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VOLUME LVI. No. 104. KEY WEST, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Tugwell Of "BrainFTrust" Has FERA ARRANGES Papy[ }' Places Sponge Diving Whip 'Machine' In 'Either Branch Of




Continued To, Hold Prestige: I SUMMER OF ACTIVITIES PROGRAM I Bill With Proper Committee Congress Is Whatever Director May



Operations' Of New Deal' I In Order To Have It Killed


I I PROPERTY OWNERS WILL BE I See Fit To Have Placed In Force

CHARGED FOR SOME SERVICES Special f. The CItI..1 ,

Secretary Will Play Im t! CULTURAL PACT I II RENDERED BY SANI TALLAHASSEE, May 1. by Representatives Kelly,I ---- -- -- --- -- -- ----.- -


portant Role In Work tI I I WITH AMERICA I TARY DEPARTMENT i Representative Papy of Monroe county Bernie, an-C. White and Hunt of Pinellas II I Little Charlotte Curry Struck Proper Organization Of

county. It seeks to
I -- I repeal a
Relief Expenditures Of II I nounced today that he had Units Shown To Bring

NAZIS' OBJECT Property owners or renters re-; law prohibiting the use of And Killed By Auto
Great Magnitude I heed o..ccessful in placing in I Yesterday About Desired ResultsIn
I ceiving services from the sanitary: diving equipment in taking
the Fish and Game Committee
departmnt of the West Administration I I
: Key :
""K NEGOTIATIONS ARE NOW UN-II will be charged for a bill which would open I sponges from the territorial With a smile on her baby lip'I''ing could be done for Charlotte ManipulationsBy

By HERBERT PLUMMER. I DER WAY FOR MUTUAL EX.I some of those services in the future -I I up sponging in Monroe I waters of Florida. and arm outstretched' to her I as she had suffered a fractured
(By A..eeiatc4 Prep- > i
!' spine and other injuries which
WASHINGTOS, May 1.-The CHANCE OF STUDENTS DUR.! it was announced yesterday. 'I waters to divers using hel- S The Tarpon Spring divers father, little Charlotte Elain Eloise HERBERT PLUMMER
The new policy is effective today.! I I placed her beyond all human as- tDjr A. elated Pre.>
chief nrvivinf; member of the ING THIS SUMMER mets. by a special law are enabled sistance. WASHINGTON
Relief clients receiving repairsto j I Curry, two and a ball year. old, i May IWht.

original "brain trust" of the early He said.. that consigning to operate along the Pinellas j i Charlotte ws a lovable child.
their cisterns excavations j the democrat
removal daughter' of CV Sent B.')jCerry,! Hundreds of her little friends gained control of

day. of the "new deal"-Dr. Rex.' of waste matter from their I the bill to that committee J county coast but are prohibited !! were convinced that gatheringof : the boat of representative in
I I I clerk of' criminal ''crt. and' Mr.
ford undersecretary BERLIN; May 1.-America, is cesspools, and similar services } from of children was ever complete
Guy Tufwell, : gave reasonable assurance taking sponges I the election of 1930 the greatest
listed. as one of the next coun-: will be -cha.-gad at a fixed rate' Carry was struck md killed byan''automobile' !without her and her sunshiny
of ....ieult.-La. fool.d ki. that it would not be ,given(j elsewhere. The bill originally
tries with which Germany is try r I miles. She had endeared herself personal award went to a rnddy-
and will be able to work out those i
630'o'clock'
critics ing to arrive at a "cultural,I :I ye..1 I to hundreds of older folk in Key
,
again. favorable :consideration was committed to the
costs on work relief just as they,I f I faced man from T.... by tL.I .
understanding, according to the terday afternoon in front of Lee West who grieve with the stricken
They. been relegating the! German school authorities. I do for direct relief they are receiving :I The bill was introduced(: Judiciary D Committee. parents. I name of Jack Garner.

handsome, young "braintruter" : Negotiations' are under way be.'I now, under the new policy : --- Bakers. grocery tore on Fleming Only those who have suffered "Cactus Jack" democratic

from Columbia BMTersity; to political tween American authorities and I effective Friday. !I THOMPSON rtreet. i i I a like bereavement can fully grasp t leader in the days when he must
: the German ministry of education'' Non-relief clients will be charged : -' AND COG 0 LAND PRIZE ii i the meaning of a loss which robsa

limbo since Dr. Wirt, In.: for a mutual exchange of students Mr. Curry was titling in his car home of iU only child as is the have despaired of ever ascendingthe
this summer.Turkey. I in a like manner for similar I case in this family. Only they ran Speaur'""dais. probably didn'tknow

diana schoolmaster, pointed an i Next la LineIt I cervices it was announced, and I CATCHES IN SURROUNDING WATERS en the north tide of the street chatting I:fully realize the soul searing agony I in his and his party's hour

accusing finger at him before al is said that diplomatic con fees collected from them will replaced -- with Gilbert Thompteti. Mr*.; and mental suffering of parents of triumph that the 11th eongreaIsional -

house committee tacts have already cleared the I i in! the city treasury to be i "Hold him, boy!" "Don't let bringing to gaff not the magnificent who have been so sorely stricken.

investigating a I i ground for successful discussions. | used as other general revenue collected -i that one get away!" "Play him,!I silver king they expected. Curry had just entered the grocery: The sympathy of their many, district of Pennsylvania

year ago and charged him with 1 I| The Germans expect that 20 I' Karl play him!" "1'11 bet this is I tore with Charlotte when she'turned ':' friends, and others also goes out "nominated on all tickets. :
is utilized. Although the but a five-foot barracuda. '
the leader i. students I tome of them co-eds I I the best catch of the season and to the bereaved parents. I May-and elected without o-!

being a conspiracy to i I| can be bent to American universities I j city will receive this money, the I Ithe biggest tarpon taken by anybody -I| To say that the sheriff was and darted out of the tore.!: The sympathy of hundreds of I[ position in November, 1930" a

overthrow the existing order in this :summer. Key West Administration will con-{ in' these waters." I chagrined is putting it mildly. Not Key Westers is also extended to,I
I tinue to furnish equipment, labor! The grocery delivery wagon' the driver of the car whose only I I gray-haired Irishman by the
this I 'i irkey comes next after the i I The angler playing the big fellow i: only he but all of the others were
country. United States. Here, however and materials for the work. 'I I was Sheriff Karl Thompson i cure the line held a tarpon. The I was parked in front of the store.1 rry was., "God in Heaven Knows I I name of Patrick J. Boland.

He emerged victorious in this 1 I negotiations have been concluded Mosquito elimination and con- and the words of encouragement itrike wan just like that of that Charlotte started to cross from in 1 Could Not' Help It." i "Pat" Boland came back to the

incident and continued to pursue I to the effect that a group of trol will be concentrated upon be-1| were spoken by his companions! j filh. and the rush away with front of the, wagon just as the j I I She. the driver could not be.I house "without opposition" and
ginning today but this service I fatal car, driven by a woman. was t'teen at her residence today it:
line from as
his duties even if with less pub I i German students will leave for ; Dr. Armando Cobo Bernard Waite about 80 feet of singing in the 74th (present) congressThey -
Istanbul and A'nkara in Sep- along;. with garbage collection will. and John Sawyer. while they were I the reel and the subsequent leapt ; passing west on Fleming street. was raid that the: was with relatives -.
lic notice, just as before. Now be continued without cost to The baby passed the left wheel and Buffering too intensely made him whip.
tember. : propErty out for tarpon Sunday night. t, legs and gyrations of the fih r (;' was
apparently he is slated for one of Great Britain Italy and the owners it was said. Other insects -j And that the words of encouragement 1 were like a tarpon. of the automobile and was truck to be interviewed. !I The Whip 'Machine' '

the biggest jobs he has had. I Scandinavian states have been also are to be eliminated in i were all that were needed -I I However. there was one tarpon f I.y the right front wheel, according -I At the request of Mr. and Mrs' The whip in either house' or D

that program, it is planned.As f This the of Dr. to several! eye witnesses and ] Curry the name of:the driver of
Under the work relief bill: he carrying out a students' exchange j for the sheriff to have success caught. was prize senate ill what the man makes it.
,laystem with Germany for several! an aid to the pest insect con-with the fish was shown by his I Cobo and was a beauty, weighing )before the auto was stopped they: the car. which, killed' their little
is to- have of
expected charge I years. These countries.are said to' trol program city sanitary inspectors i valiant fight which i .. ended.!, f.h 65 pounds. 'I. rear wheel! also passed over the I,daughter: is wkhheid.,_ I l The sartorially elegant; "Jiri
.jTiraljehaLiIjtation! !; !,.the vast : I be' well satisfied 'with the results I will -begin immediately to en. %< child's body. The tar'waS brought l j Funeral refVicesTor' ( "Charlotte Ham' btfflh1tri3'tot": ccI :

lem created by' the drought,Jlroh-I thus obtained. Some 560 German I force rigidly sanitary ordinances( :-::; to a stop about 25 feet furtheron. will be held tomorrow afternoon.I ample w democratic whip of the

storms and soil erosion. I students are awarded foreign I now in effect requiring the screening ...e..ee..eo...... eeees..ee..e..et 4:30 o'clock, from the family residence i-:[ senate. Aided by a fleet-foot 1

of restaurants and similar. I Mr. Curry saw the accident and 1126 Olivia street! to Ley
Had IIi. 'Baptism; of Fire I scholarships each year. FLA. EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION I i| youngster-Leslie L Biffle, sec
American Music places dispensing food. This alsois I I creamed as he leaped from hi3 Memorial church. Rev. W. J.
Study
The fact that President Roose-:I Music also is Included in the exchange a health movement, it was I JULIUS F. STONE, JR.. Administrator t[ car to pick up his littie!! daughtu.1) Martin and Rev. Shnlrr Pele, of:! rotary to the majoritySenator

velt was reported. to have se There three j Mrs. Curry heard his' cry ran Fleming Street church: will of I I Lewis need not move from his
role I program. are cited.With tourists expected I FACTS OF KEY WEST REHABILITATION {Ito the car just as Mr. Curry nickI ficiate. '
lected Tugwell for a major American students of music from many summer I : desk to discharge his dntiev!

in the spending of the $ ,800.-i I the Universities of Utah and this year since announce-I..e......eee...e.e....................... I j fd up the body. Jlrs. Curry entered Pritchard'a Funeral Home will I| In the house there are 322
ment of stopovers here by steamship -I II the car. the baby was placed be in charge; of arrangements.
work-relief fund would South Carolina and Coe College I Administration has been [ look after and
000,000 The Especially: helpful and gratify; in her democrats to no
lines operating through the lap end they proceededto Survivors lire the parent Mr.
who have
seem to indicate he still. stands "Stern Conservatory scholarships for at Music"of the Straits of Florida every effort fa i I very much interested In finding) ing was the support given to Key I the Marine hospital for asshrtsnce. : and Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry; grandmother -'secretary I' to the majority to as

high in the. estimation of the Berlin.In being expended to make Key Westas out just what practical effect its I! West by other Florida commu- Mrs. Charlotte Curry; sist.I .
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White House' despite numerous attacks return the GermanAmericanMusic attractive this summer as it' is; rehabilitation program has had on1' nities. 'f There thy sere told that nothCORONER'S great-grandfather David Albury.i I "Pat" Boland has organized this

which have been made on Students' Exchange asrsoctation -I,I i in. the winter.FORMER. 1 I Key West business. Until the -.-- ---- j i "whipping" business (there's no

him almost since he became identified arranged for three German -' tourist season was ended it was| There i is. no way of getting i'definition in Jeffersons Manual

with the administrat.ion.'Tugwell I musicians to study at Utah! RESIDENT impossible: to get exact figureson into the City of Key Wast other JURYI!! DEFERS HOLDING for his title) into something akin
i and Coe.ALL i than by private yacht or air-.
received his this information to science.
perhaps this pom1However, -;
plane, without being checked by I
most severe baptism of fire when I IS "DADDY NOW"ONETIME I I is now available and an agency independent of the DEFERSJEARING: COURT SESSIONPOSTPONED Speaker with. the Byrns duty has of seeing entrustedhim that

his name came before the senate DEMOLITIONt borne of the important facts are Relief Administration. The commercial "
322 democrats: are on the floor to
'shown in the following tabula steamship, railroad and i I
for confirmation undersecre- call. lie
as roll
vote on an important
!I tions. i['airlines all must official CASE DEALS WITH CHILD IN CONSIDERA.I .
tary of agriculture. Both his poli_ WORK\ IN CHARGE LINOTYPE OPERA ('' keep has divided them into 12 sections.
The mobt important figure
records. The receipts ferriesare
tical and economic theories were TOR ON THE CITIZEN ISHIGH namely, the number of days spentin an official record of on Monroe RUN OVER AND KILLED !j I!I TION OF DEATH OF Over each section divided gco.

subjected to a searching: scrutiny, OF LEO WARREN STEPPING. PAPA'Chronicling Key West. ",jby, all tourists, or to;' County. The number' 'of passengers -, YESTERDAY' 1 AFTERNOON I I CLERK'S CHILD eponsible graphically to him.Boland has a man re-

his promotion.Came I ( \ i say t it, another way the totalnumber on priia'te yittht1and airplanes "
but he won '' JAM "r' 1"' t't11 Once a week either in hu office -
: of tourist. days!, is not'' are' recorded' by the Ad 01 J=---- f'
the election campaign of KEY WEST or in the democratic caucus

1931. lie departed for Europe ADMINISTRATIONMAKES ANNOUNCEMENT, the arrival ,of a I:any available other; .nor tourist is it community.available, W for::;,"Ministration.e't .. ; T,' the, 1.''ordiier'st'I, 'jury which' ,waS I M\ recefsed term of criminal;; room he calls his lieutenants t"-

just as the campaign: was getting daughter$ in the home of Twyman 1 do havetoweyrt+ more( .exact' N;: summoned] b'y Frank, ,O. Koiertti; court,' which wai'toTiave' been'held i gather for a conference. They
Carpife fornt rly'a linotype (;pera-I: SERGT .,RENTFRO accOh. exchange ideas as to what, as Bo-
underway and before he'returnedthe TillS MORNING; TO BEGIN I figures--oA wqiftfhBibel pfypeople' .iuftjce, of the ) ..er e* I I
I.tor tut'The Citizen: ,'who hat a host : t .. . this r morning.!; Wai1 ( odpbned; by land rays! "the rest of the boys
than
election returns had been], who have come into the city officio, to Bervr; 'in the'inTestig& '1 I' "
counted. OPERATIONS FRIDAY : of.-friends..in Key West, ,Murfrees-the Sun rtihi 'any .. ther';;'\ourlajtffown.t Th]I,: COMPLETES TIME Hon of'the' death of Catherine !): order of Judge J. Vming HarrU,I are thinking.Boland Call. 'Em
day Mews Journal of is'
I the visitors
number of r
!i data
Retirement Rumored I Leo II. Waren- has been placed boro. Tennessee, carries the following -,i compiled on from records of the'' I dam Eloise Curry, will not meet!i in consideration of the death of I Then be reports either to the

Little was heard from him in charge of all demolition workto I story; : 1 1i I| various transportation; agencies: HONORABLY DISCHARGED, 'to take testimony until after the the little daughter of Clerk C. Sam Speaker, the floor leader or the
s. be carried by the Key West I I other member of the triumvirate,
on demon linotype '
Cargile, -! '
"Twyman
thereafter. As a matter of fact Administration it was announced i at the News-JournsI,i i' for the months and years in ques-; FROM ARTILLERY CORPS i( funeral tomorrrw afternoon, B. Curry. !' the chairman of the rules torn ,.

he slipped so completely out of this morning. He will take up his I(i entered expert into the ranks of the I 1 tion. The figures for boat and j Corner Roberta said: today. j I I There were a number of pleasof mittee, whet' they can expect to
WITH YEARS' SERVICE
30
rail traffic haVe been adjusted
the limelight that it was rumored, new duties Friday morning.Considerable "proud pappas" at 6:30 o'clock j i i not to include I Juror summoned by the coroner guilty to be entered by some : "get away" with.
J'Cl''Orulli
I I. iso as any
work of this nature Morris Cochran Millard How effective the Boland *ritm !-
from time to time he would re-' Saturday night. j jI )who were merely in transit from :Master Sergeant Eddie lier.tfro. are: of the prisoner, who have been-
is contemplated during! the "A nine-pound daughter; Barbara (; S. Owen Sawyer. Paull!' is was demonstrated when!'
tire from the national scene. | :I : : Miami to Havana or vice versa. Coast Artillery Corps U. S. A., Gibson confined for more than a month
'summer, and it was thought ex- ;: Carolyn Cargile, arrived at I I III Boysen, William F. Sawyer and : the administration considered
While the increase in the num. was yesterday formally!! dischargedwith
the AHA "cleaned will be heard
When it said. These
: pedient to place one man in chargeof ;i was "gagging" the house nn the social
and her
II| this hour and both she her of visitors has been honor at the completion of William Adams. There are alsoa ,
house" a few months ago and a the work. Mr.\ Warren will negotiate -I' mother are doing fine. I I I gratifying, it does not give very the 30 years' continuous service. ,, number of eye witnesses> sum i i within the next few days. I!1 security LilL Whatever anyone

of so-called "left-wingers"i with owners of property "The old wheeze pertaining to.: moned to testify. may ray ai to why the social se-
group I| whole picture. This year the visi-i Sergeant Rentfro is still a comparatively -
i which is unsightly and hazardous"and .. | I \ clear track
well could i cority bill was given a
the "father doing as
as '
were lei out, his name again,: for the I(,I i tors have stayed in Key West. young man, not having I ANOTHER SPONGE
": make arrangements be expected" must be used again as' j I in the house (a week or more of
of this, of reached middle He enlisted) 1
figured in the news. Those dismissed Our only proof course, age. FERRY BRINGS
demolition. i ii i ii
debate and amendments) at least
t I i Mr. Cargile, apparently, had sur-
in business when and several of I
is the improvement young ,
from AAA generally were!|I i i Private individuals wanting the)i[ vived at a late hour Saturday years. I SALE CONDUC'fED'APPROXIMATELY one of the reasons for clear! sailing )'
which resulted from tourist his time in the Phil inp
ex was spent >
>p:
believed to have been closely;! J lumber and other salvage material ]i night.' I. PINEAPPLES lay in the fact that Boland
Islands at the time when orders: IN
Accordingly
penditures. some ,
,! '
aligned with Tugwell's ideas.;.,may have it by carrying out some]I/ The blue-eyed young lady was ,reported 81 of his 322 democrat--
also effect enlisted
data business conditions were in granting an !
West on
provisions made by the Key and I .__ I' would vote against any attempt to
born'at
Rutherford hospital I
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Some thought he, too, was slated also compiled independently of our man two years or double tine, I ELEVEN F
II Administration, it was an- the biD otherwise.
consider
: true to the newspaper tradition i fa i i :
to : If Per- 1 i Administration is furnished. I II for each year spent. > EIGHTEEN CARLOADS COME I I I \
go. nounced this morning a .-expected to cut her teeth on a'' HUNDRED DOLLARS SPENTIN I He clicked again when he told
: Again Tnprwell fooled them. lie I Ir son desires the .salvage material l.it l. linotype slug and be shown the : Salient points revealed in the i! He left yesterday afternoon for i Speaker Byrne and Acting Majority -
| I tables that the'I Savannah. Ga., where he will| IN YESTERDAY AFT.
r was in Florida when the "purge"of i can be had provided the individual mysteries of the 'hell box' and accompanying are I MAKING PURCHASES: i Leader Taylor days in ad-
i I number of visitors increased' make his future home. He was accompanied -
AAA w executed. He re- employs labor.on'the'rills lice' at an early date." I ERNOON i j vance not to fret over the Towst -
'type 46';;, hotel. registration by his daughter Mary :
turned to Washington shortly of the relief administration, and 10,691 or I I I trend olH- ire pension plan; that

thereafter and took up where he cleans the vacant lot, after the'! increased 4.660 or 86%, the number and three children. There I ---- Offerings of sponges this morning -: tbereM either be 63 or 55 votes
in rooming houses large of members! of I Ii l I '
COUNTY BOARD I of guests !! was a group
had left off. demotion work has been com- dock for it. The actual vote wa 206
Palma arrived from Cuba at the municipal sponge
Ferry :
and their
increased 150%; a typical the post's personnel j
lie is riding high again. There pleted. The demolition work also res-I ;' against; 69 for.SENT.
within taurant reported 84%; wives at the station to bid the de- yesterday afternoon with one earI i I I resulted in sales amounting: to approximately -
be much heard of Tugwell in i must be consummated a
may I friends farewell. I of tile, 99 sacks of mail, baggage, -
laundry experienced the best f
parting
the months to come-probably reasonable length of time. MEETSJONIGHT I one ;'seven miscellaneous ears and IX:, $1,100. TO JAIL
All in West which: business since 1926. There several lot of wool _
more than ever before. I buildings Key i were l I
the results of the HALF HOLIDAY NOTICE ears of pineapples, with 10,683 I
In evaluating'
the I i of
the of Penn
I are safe and add to appeal I sponges which brought bids i ATLANTA. *
has for tourists and other Regular meeting of the board o:- rehabilitation program, it must r I crates. j his aching ft
SPOILS MAN'S NOSE city this city is resting
I Effective May 1, this office will The fruit was transferred to 38 I $705:144.70 and $188.60, respectively
be remembered that efforts
will be held our '
I visitors will be retained and preserved county commissioners shipped to.i in JaiL Roseoe told police! he became -
NEW HAVEN. Conn.-The under the plan for the summer -'; H o'clock tonight in the office oft were aided by certain factors I close at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday refrigerator cities can for and distri1k tioa.: and a number of smaller ; tired and sat down in an

world vent black for Frank but some are considered both i Clerk Ross C. Sawyer in the county beyond our control: including the' instead of on Thursday as northern of this*, offerings all of wool sponges.;; automobile tjo rent. When his foot
The pineapples
Mooney when a friend broke his unsightly and unsafe. It is those t! court house. j. cold northern winter, the social' heretofore. shipment makes total of 129 Two lots .f eras sponge were I struck the starter he was too tired

nose in a good-natured scuffle.I that the administration plans to j i Only regular routine mattersare unrest in Cuba the depreciated,I FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIESCO. cars morning sent out from a Key West siaee offered wh'ch were sold for, to lift it. 4He b charged with
Gas
Mooney had just spent a year's demolish before the next tourist I scheduled to come before the I American abroad.currency, and the war I;I Your Company.mayl-lt the season began $74.10. [ stealing the macbins.WAGNER'S .

savings to have his now remodeled. season. I meeting. scares --'

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"PXGE- TWO THE KFY WEST CITIZEN W DXESDAY.rAY\ 1,1935rubllubt .
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'vrlt :Rtplatst ti ENEMIES OF RECOVERY REPORT OF COUNTY FUNDS

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*! Daily Except Sunday B7 Citizens of the Nation who sincerelyhave P.r .fc. PrrlMl. *:dBK ScptrviWr oath 1SS4
TUB ITIZH> PUBLISHING CO. ISC.I. .
f. AllTMAN ......W.... the welfare their country at heart The following r.port"of the receipts and dl"buriu>ment.. of the County funds. Monroe: County for the period en<1mir ".pt. Mth. 1SJ4. with, the balances and amount .t wrrai' ,t-
J olG.T... GUI sea Building outstanding and a statement of the assets and liabilities and the value of County property of the said Monroe County a. rrpored on the lain day of Sop. 1934 by the Hoard .f Cour.
Corner; Greene and Ana; Streets.sly are unanimous in the hope that the launch- Commissioners and the Clerk of Circuit Court Is hereby published under the provisions of Chapter 813, Acts of ISIS. Laws of FlorIda. J. M LEE. Comptroller

ing of the renewed employment program
\ Dally Newspaper la Key7ect and Sfearo. *
County.inlered under the four-billion-dollar fund will FUNDS n.poaltory Balances Outstanding warrants Receipts nl"burOemenl.a('ant"t'U..t- :;;!n.! Lwarrants Depollltery 14'aDfts

at Key West. Florida a* second class matter focus attention again upon the paramount
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR General Fund 11.:;33.s1: 133.3".... I..51,897."x,! 1 40.55..n la.50 13:299.25 11.71'.
problem-that of for the
providing jobs -
Fine and Forfeiture Fund 3ts.io 1II.8'.n 1 12x.99! It.U'.3i li.31t.1i 12I
Mewker t the A *! Pre.
.1.4 Associated Press is xclaslvely entitled to user I unemployed.For Road Fund UI.34 .....1.13 '.!6i.lt' : 3.011. .1 I.U..ie ".a
repttUtiatlvn of all news dispatches credited to --
It or not otherwise! credited In this paper and als. some inexplicable reason, too Frrry Fund 40..:!, ',205.42 1,3.31, .1I14.111 / 1.13
here' ___
lb. local sews published --
much attention has been diverted from the Eacess Fry Fund 4'1.:0: t "".SO: F.'u. 217.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL) major task. There has been too much effort IM-'ial Advertising Fund 1i.1I' :.% 1J.3. I %.3O.a: : ft.4 __
\ .
1tf\
JJ ASSOCIATION Special Blond L Interest rend ttl.U: 4.318.14 I 4.1-8.11": 1.11.51
C/Yl..e.In. LA... 93 5 expended on reform and not enough I
_f Indebtedness :,"11.1% 35,343.22: I 33.10.11. 3.2.34
snsscnlPTION JUTES on recovery.
.1ft. Tear ___ __ __ __ __ __ *!.... $6.1C1 fUt'I! IIU.!''' '':> I 11401UIlf 17155! I $4041471 U4C." _
I'lx Months on__ __. __ __... __...... .______ u.ee All of these bill that call for fixing
X'hreeMonths: h...._.. ..... ..-.._.____ S.,. ASSETS AND :.IABILJTIES'L"t: : OF COUNTY PROPERTY
l>n. MonthAireklr u_ h" ... .. .___. .n hours of work by federal statute and for
_. __ ___ .1.
h ---= Assets Dr. Cr. Dr.
subjecting labor relations to federal

Made known ADVERTISING on applications : RATES i boards, such as the Black 30-Hour Week Balance Cash la po..itorl.1I.,. All Funds I IU1.1S Court House 11(0,000..5

CL L OTICH Bill and the Wagner Labor Disputes Bill, Uneullected Taxes Current Year 140.t5I.: ( .Jail 25e5pM
All reading notices, cards of thanks. resolutions elrsp.et .
?. rbltuarr. BO*Ices,.ete, will b. charged for at simply serve as snipers in crippling and Liabilities Poor house and Farm ...00.0_".
;;* -ml of : ) cents a line.V'U
-..s for entertainments: by churches from which killing genuine recovery efforts. !warrants. lIu""andlng Por Current Expenses 1 4'.434.11 Furniture and Fixtures 6,590.50
t r.*ell ue Is to .be derived are B cents a line.
The: Citizen Is an open forum and Invites discus Let's talk common sense. The Gov- Bonds 3.4"6.111111.1111 Frrry System and 61'1' County Property :.......e /1
lion of pcblic Issues and subjects of local or general
lit-.ret but It will not publish anonymous coramunl.utl ernment can't buy recovery. The expenditures Certificate of Indebtedness 22514.33:
->na.
of millions and billions of the Role 2,10...notI3tIL1.1

Now we have Stone crabs and Stone taxpayers dollars will not, can not, restore 3,474,9,9' 0' 1r4.51.5

babies. prosperity. These expenditures merely -

serve as a stop-gap, a temporary boost! I ........................ I ("Mother Jone3"), school teacher -'r..d I American historian. born in
The wets were wrong. Urpror-nx $ -tn. pmploynie"nlLl t ':Recbvery can. ;come1' only labor crusader colorful figurein 1! Cleveland. Died at Brookline! ,

will l not quite support the government.. ,: ::j ihroli 1 h privatQ:(employment?) 'and .that I l[ 1 Today'sAnniversaries t: American coal strikes! advocateof I Mass. Jan. 22, 1927.
T ht calls'' the welfare of women and chil-!
fbrMiormkl ,
investment),..of .1 private I i

Key westiana : High-collaredm t peopleon capitals M .: j jInvestment .. | ........................ I dren Silver, born Springs in ,Ireland.Md., Died o30 atI j iI j have Noise been of practically airplanes i eliminated* paid to

the relief going by plane instead. "of by money .flees .from' ciisturi-i ;)' j IIjg : : 1G72-Joseph Addison Englishesfiiyist 1930 I i by a six-blade propeller designed

train. ing and threatening laws. It i is. useless. to i: : born. Died June 17, ______ 1 tby French engineers.LEGALS! .
I
;argue that such fear is groundless in the : 1719.I 1848-James Rhodes not-

present instances. Investors believe the I I i I 1764-Ben-;: !
The GOP and
the NRA are not look- '| H. Latrobe, LEGALS '
Black Bill and the Wagner Bill would fur- I l\ Tin .'OI''T' Jl I M.II 01 HT
'
ing well these days. \ it is I It I engineer and architect who, be-
so Maybe Spring .
I j l> .,M> .'011 MO Ml OK ( 01 \T'
fever. ther upset industry, cause fewer jobs. tween I 1796 and 1820, laid out 11\II THH ('ql"'T'n 0":*t (01 RT 1 rloltm. I'> |' OII\TK.
... t i Philadelphia's water supply de- 1% *M) FOR MOMIOF ('Of-%! '-. In re Estate of
Hence, these bills are enemies of recovery. 1-I.OKIUA. l\ PHQItVTK. i| IH>HATCHISOV.
I 1 I signed Baltimore's Cathedral, improved In Tf Estate of Deceased.
Perhaps they are not so intended. That is Sun navigation on the Susquehanna -' JHP.\ J. LOWE. 1 NOTICE TO 'REOITOnjl:
Tampa's population shows a decrease l : r>ecva..ed. To all creditors and all p.minsI i
Sun
not the point. All of these reform meas- 1I rebuilt the capitol, NOTICE TO CREDITORS i having: claims or demands againstI
; :
'according to the census returns. Perhaps |I I I planned many of America's pre- To all creditors and all persons t' said Estate:
there is ures are poorly timed. They should be rejected } having claims or demands against '! You. and each of you. are herrhynotified
where West's increase
Key comes I tentious homes other
among
I to '
said Estate: and required pr..n..ny
from. So it's not a natural. until recovery is attained. Then it I New things, born in England. Died I I You. and each of )you are hereby!I claims and demands which y..u.
:
will be time enough to consider them. I" I Sept. 3, 1820. 1 any notified claims and and required demands. to which present you i( or either..late of of ynu Ifctra. may' Atchin have agauttIthe di-
-- ; or either oC.u.. may hare againstI ceased, late of Monroe C..nni\.
High 1! !, I II the estate of diary J Lowe, deceased -i Florida to the Honorable Hugh
Removal Notice: Harper'sMonthly, COMMENDATION AND WARNINGThe Low | 1796-Junius Brutus Booth, late of Monroe County.. (Lunn. County Judge: of Monroe
I foremost American tragedian ofI Florida to the Honorable Hugh County, Florida at his office in tin
\
of May announces that Big Annie has .
i ; ', (;un... County Judge of Monroe County Courthouse In Monroe ('..un-
changed her house of joy from where it I his day, father of Edwin T. and'I, County Florida at his office In the, ty. Florida, within right calendar
Irish Free State is now payingthe | I I Lincoln's assassin, born in Eng- f County Courthouse In Monroe Coun- months from the date of the first
to where it is I{ tjr. Florida I within eight calendar I I publication hereof Said claim or
was once now. holders of the bonds sold in 1020 and I :I i,land. Died near Cincinnati Nov. I II 1 t months from the date of the first J demand shall be in writing and
I 1852. : publication hereof Said claims or contain the place of residence andpost
I 1921 when there were two governments | I j30 demand shall be in writing and[ office address. of the claimant
When Dafoe ,t i I II contain the place of residence andpost j and shall be sworn to by the claim. .
Dr. announced to
r Papa
fighting for. control in Ireland. Inasmuchas & I 1816-Fidelia Fiske, missionary -;, office address of the claimant I ant, bin agent or attorney
I I I and shall. be sworn to by the claimant -I I Ail such claims and demands notI
Dionne that he the father of j
s was proud the public revenues were in the handsof to the Nestorians of Persia! his agent or attorney I filed within the time and In the
.
quintuplets, had he been a politician he the opposition the Republican I !l I born at Shelbcrne Mass Died I II | All such claims and demands not' manner prescribed herein shall b.
govern- I filed within the time and in the I void.
would undoubtedly have demanded a re I( there. July 26, 1864. |I I manner prescribed herein shall be bated the 17th day of April A.
ment had to depend contributions. It
.
upon [ I void. I ID 1>3J:.
count. I Hated the 17th day of April. A. TFRESA! MARTINFZILL4AM ,
sold, about $5,000,000 worth of bonds to [ 1825-George Inness, land'I D. 113 \\ II IIOLL
sympathizers in this country. I scape painter born at Newburgh MYRTLE U HCSTON. As Administrators rum teslatnento
As AdmiBisiratrix of the estate ofi I annexo of the state of DuraAtrhifton.
: ;I I N. Y. Died Aug. 3, 1894. Mary J Lowe deceased.U .. deceased.TT
According to the Miami\ Beach Tribune There is m.uch to commend in the : CLRKY HARRIb. CURRY HARRIS,

the police of the Magic City could action of the Free State, which was, andis : 1830 Attorney for Administratrix. Attorney for Administrators
Mary Harris Jones apr7-24: mayt-* apr7-24; max-
give the former Russian czar's fiendish under no legal obligation to repay the' I

Cossacks cards and spades in the brutal holders, because the condition of repay- KEY! I :

handling of prisoners. ment was that a republic must be Pet up ; "I.I..I.lI. rIII'.I.1

and all British troops removed from Irish Los :..........s.........ss..s..s.ss.......sse... ....55s.......s

John Carbonell is receiving the congratulations soil. Also, there is something to praise in : ,
.
of his numerous friends on his the action of Irish' people here in supporting ;

recent marriage to a most charming' Key what they considered the cause of New ..

West girl. The Miami Herald was the their people. j New BOYS .

However there is this to in regards i
first to make this announcement. The say .

Citizen does not mind an occasional scoop ; to the advisability of the citizen<< of I St. .

itliappens to the best, o. papers.If this country contributing to other political Salt !

causes anywhere else in the world. It is t San I j.k k : DO YOU PLAY BALL? : .

dangerous. It involves violent partisan-
everybody takes the president at i!

]his word and writes him whenever irregularities hip.;; It invites participationin struggleswith I \ t'I i :

'which the United as a nation :
in the coming expendi re df'th'e States ) .

$000,000,000: are observed, thtlre will be has nothing to
jobs for hundreds of white-collala ed men to god to-all peopfcs i trugg! : ;ififreedomCotthelisehes Q ,tgeoWcure( ( : ) I -- .. If you do, and you, want to get a good baseball ,
it (lp )?.not go far
sort themail.andJimFarley.spo.st W ice r -
gf
1 ? ;
#
deficit will be considerably 1 reduled)ih J l .. 'I 1 1gJ1\ !t arr.Itollfh tiv 51 nine: \ .tP : : _:)y;:fIlIJA 1t-YjY'1 h ''Ifor a baseball: mitt worth 35c, bring
r ) 1 ; l T
involve
expenditure of f jvhich might our g Jfmsnt. J. .
l
stamps. .. : i IS. _you- \ other to our store and let her see if she does : '


The Omaha (Neb.) Journal publishedas THE AMERICAN JUNGLE \ t ;) .;

a weekly for more than five years has -- ( I I

suspended publication. When there is no It is not a pleasant thing to think 1 : .

economic necessity; for the existence of a about or to write about, but the fact is } i i: .

publication it must eventually meet the that the appalling increase in violent ; Your Mother will find many articles of great ;

inevitable. With the rising cost of ''production deaths in the United States is a severe indictment f
interest In store.
; our
many a paper that has been struggling of our supposed civilization.The ? I .
for 1934 shows approxi- j
along gasping for breath during recent reqord

years, m.ust finally yield to its fate. mately 36,000 dead from automobile acci I : If she buys $1.00 worth of household goods-
dents. 15,000 burned to death and 12- r

Alfred I. duront, year-round Florida 000 homicides. The homicide death rate I : you can have your choice of bat or mitt. :

resident, is dead. At an" age when wealthis has doubled in the last 30 years reaching I .

he 10.8 100,000 of population in 1934. .
counted in terms of achievement was per
I : We also have a real man's bat worth' 90c-and i
In the Canada's homicide I
planning big things for his adopted state, same<< year "

but the supreme executor planned other- rate was only 1.C while London's rate was 1 1 i maybe Mother will buy $3.00 .worth of household :

wise. It i foj.alLof !l..5 amj( IA\erppoPs l 0.5. In other: words,
would not be \ ",uj j Ui I : -: goods and then have this better bat.
: you can
know the day of our death, but }how much population considered_ ,_ the United States I .

would be done for the good of the world if as whole had more than 13 times as : .

of wealth did know when their many murders a& London and more than s
men great
i I This,offer is good as long as our premium stock
time had come. 21 times as'many as Liverpool, and nearly !

seven times as many as our neighbor, I : lasts. .

The Key West Citizen says that Homestead Canada.While .. ..

with one-third the population of remarkable progress has been .

Key West, has one weekly newspaper that made in the reduction of the death rate :. :.

carries more advertising than both the from disease, this has been largely offset I S
i Your home i* worthy of the beat!
the increase of deaths from external
weeklies and the daily paper of Key \Ves4. by 1 I

and says that is a sad commentary on the ,violence which claim a total of more than II
South Florida & Engineering Co.
Confracling
Key We: merchants. Maybe\ there's 100,000 annually. .

something the matter with the Key West Considering all the dangers which I .1 ..
and Eliza Streets
Phone 598 WbUe
papers.-Miami Friday Night. Everythinghas surround us, it would seem. that life is less :

been tried, brother except blackmail secure on an American street than it would ,I J :..................Ula..5S..Uaa..laa.IS.s..sll..a..S..............

and that's out of. our, line. be in an African jungle. .



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: At Kathiaftar, India, Si young' See.eea s e..e... e..e..e.e .e..ee... ....

I ] children were united,in marriage,
ISiGROTRICHES some of them being infant, in, CIRCLING CAULIFLOWER ROWBy I

# W. ** ** accordance with a custom which f

SPORTS widely prevails in that country. I OSCAR PITA
"NOPSIS: The MOrrwl1. rJomu them.But before he let James be
.... Jaa. 8ttasaon Aaa AeeSdriltir9 ,,, go. I........ee.....S.e..ee._ ..e..e......e.e....e
read him a lecture about his - - -
extravagance
.'0""'''. bwt rather .wevttaAtv. i I
toward the rod:.. B.t. deeideaJamea In buying Jane a diamond runs and again pushed themselvesinto Another star bout has been add rough and tumble and good skill
,ao.t.r.ocf4LIe bat. Jane Aec.wat u eo (rrit.elsud .1Ia u ring when the twins were born. the lead. I ed to Saturday's fistic presenta boxing.

I., ...... All ., New C- Jane had plenty of diamond rings I H. Castro came up in the tion. Vincent Folgeros will face I
cortf.arire" **o and if she wanted her father -'" i
more eighth and knocked a home run to Kid Pelican in the main six-round
a d all wait bre.ltsteule for U. I : : Folgeros can dish out the goods
day when Jansen (.r.(. late its o/- would see tha' she had them. It was _ I II again tie the score. preliminary contest.
se,. aioutine tat he u fie lather. I and this boy. Pelican, can standup
efttriiM.. Ho rrt, ,,",. home foolishly* reckless for a young'manlIng ........................ In the ninth frame the Lighthouse I and take it.
with frrfrrtlw *telf. .i tout, ,/tower.,. --'! less than three thousand a { DODGERs DOWN GARAGELOSES |I ten had three on bases. F.I I II I
and s frrtent for Jane.. I Aarto Indulge himself In buying t FOLLOWING i Stickney struck out. Archer forced Folgeros!, until recently, was ,
diamonds.Not that Mr.Nnrthruo ob- !I fighting under the name of Bobby A four-rounder and a battle
; Albury at the plate 1 ut Lino Cas- i iI
33 jected really. It merely served for GIANTS CARDS : TO LIGHTHOUSE I I I Waugh. ''I royal will wind up the night's fis
Chapter ; tro pitching for the Garage boys, I
an excuse to give James little talk THROUGH I Ij tic progam.
i walked
Billy Demeritt and forced
DEATHJANE which on the Mr.value Northrup and uses considered of money him of LOSE TO REDS' IN DIAMONDBALLINTERESTING }' Valdes home with the -winningrun. j I This meeting of the boys will I,
was too weak' to more than I j. (By JOVE) i mark the 117th in which An electrical device which
wanly when James pushed criminally IgnorantJames ........ ..............( I I encounter '.
The travels the six miles
admitted the extravagance i leading hitters were: Arch- Vincent has won 50 decisions,t:[ at rate cf
a boop of brilliants on her finger and of the ring and that Jane did not need I I will say a few things about :. er. with, three singles in four tries; j I Pelican has defeated Folgeros the 1 1 an hour and marks defective rails
laid a mass of pink roses on her pil
low.She looked so white so exhausted It. That he had paid for it himself CHICAGO CUBS SHUTOUT PIRATES the World War Veterans' baseball GAME STAGEDAT Castro, with a double a homer and I Fame number of times and the 171 I t I is now in use on several railroads
that he did not Jane's long club. First looked i single in four times i others :: of this
and so ethereal that, after Mrs. expect ; NEW YORK YANKS they very BAYVIEW PARK LAST a up. j were draws. i
Northrup had left the room. James and protracted illness he did not I j i nifty in their new uniforms, and i In the field the leaders were: -
suddenly knelt by the bed and buried explain.He TRIUMPH OVER WASHINGTON -i] second they showed very good NIGHT RESULTED IN SCOREOF !; Lewis L. Castro and Mora for t In no contest ;have these boys I II I

his head in his arms acd sobbed. would have liked to snatch the I sportsmanship and their deport- the Garage boys, and Demerittand ever failed to please. We think the'a
SENATORS 7TO6 I
bills out of Mr. Northrup's fat white
Gone was all his gaiety; gone his hands and cram them and his big ment was above reproach. Cerezo for the boys from No.| promoters have used good sense in I country.ELL'S
* .
of reckless happiness and triumphant I 1 Building.C. ( booking the
sense black cigar down his huge, throat pair to back up the
pride. Memories of Jane's but Instead he murmured something ..**!.! t. Tae ri agonies of last night and early morning about paying the money back as loon NEW YORK, May 1.-The the Sluggers and other clubs (By JOVE) 1 I' game for the Lighthouse ten. lie I John Nebo and Joe Gillard and 'i
overwhelmed him.It seemed horrible I At the Bayview Park last night. struck out 12 Mechanics lie '
:; as he could. Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the around this city. pitched the full Joe Ramirez.
to him that he could have gone "111 expect it back the day roosters New York Giants 12 to 5. Clark I I elevep innings for the Vets. He j the Lighthouse club defeated the whiffed the side in the fifth. i i I

strutting up and down the street lay eggs for my breakfast" said Mr. I was on the mound for the Brook-I sure did a good job of it, too, His f Garage ten by a 7 to 6 score. Score by innings: R. H. E.1 I These two little boys, not quite CIGAR STORE
half shouting:;, laughing being:;
I
and shook all with Garage 100 003 110 6 10 2
the back the center of Northrup over lyn club with Fitzsimmons and 1 hitting was also good. lie smacked It was a see-caw game from h j sin the featherweight division yet I r
slapped on a relish of his witticism. the Giants in the a single, a double and a triple in I Light. -... 200 020 201-7 11 5 II
noisy throng while Jane lay there so Chagmon serving i start to finish. will put up the kind of fight the! -0-
close,to very close to the shadow. James suddenly realized that he I same capacity. Brooklyn obtained I II five times at bat; scored one run Batteries: Jolly L. Castro and j' fans love to'see. There will be
The I
.
Garage ten scored in
not only disliked his fatherinlawbut !: one 'I
H. Castro C. Stickney and F.
'
What coarse rough things men fifteen hits t ten fok the Giants.:,'atd! drove home two. ; I plenty of action, excitement. Baseball Returns
were at best how undeserving:; of the came perilously near to hating' I ..The' OinciMatHtol*triumphed-! (Ie ( *-* .*- the fir!'frame-and the Light- ;;?tickn y. .s 1 Daily
him. Ana yet he"took his l' money I I
'women God gave them! even"asked' for ''his money. James t over the St., Loni .Cardinals, 12 i' Voyles, vi ha {faxed rattird, hou e bows? cam?>ba k>and shoved I Summary: Errors: Stanley 2.f' i Wire
hand and laid ..to 2. Schott'di'd. 'tile''hurling for: bate jll3U if "ValVedttttce. ovcr, two ake Valdes.. Archer, Roberts, Gabriel KEY WESTCOLONIAL 4 I By
Jane lifted a weak loathed himself the next few days of I also hilt w< = iumlet.t\ the lead. +
It on her!! husband's bowed head. thousand times more intenseiy than> the Redj .\t'if1..fllLi e :.HaJ haD I I hit a single, a double and i In the fourth inning the Beacon j Jolly; home run: H. Castro two t! HOTEL. !:I -0-
James took U in both his and kissed he disliked Mr. Northrop. .1>, and Hafrell on'the* n\duM\ fcW the j I a triple In" four"'times up; scored i base hits: H. Castro Lewis Val- I Ii '' COME IN AND GET THE
crew put two to make
It over and over.They were closer to I-,' ,.. Card .. ...... ...a. ... r two runs and drovehome two. I over more des. F. Stickney; stolen bases:i In the Center of the Business I'
one another more In accord than BEGAN during this period to The Chicago_ Cubs.:went to .victory j'' * i the. score read 4 to 1. I Lewin 2. Cerezo, Lewis Gabriel and Theater District I RESULTS OF THE
they had been since their honey HE clearly for the first time over the Pittsburgh Pirates. 'I i Harris hit'single and a double t In the fixth the Mechanics 2; sacrifice hits: Valdes] ; struck MAJOR BASEBALL

moon. some of his own weaknesses and disabilities. 3 to 0. This was 'the (Cubs' sixth I fin four times up; sacrificed once; I scored three runs and knotted the out: by Stickney 12, by Jolly 1, First CUoT Fi...pr Perhaps they both said a little And with this realization victory in seven starts. '! scored two runs. I count and added one more in the by L. Castro 11 bases on balls} : off I Seuibl Rate I -0-
prayer and made a solemn petition came creeping in.inevitably,the first The New York Yankees triumphed i reventh to go ahead. C. Stickney 5, off Jolly3. off Cas-
that they should be permitted to continue doubt of the certainty of his grand over the Washington Senators.i I I Conrad hit two singles in four i In their half of the "lucky inning tro 4; hits: off Jolly 7 hits and 2, COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I CIGARS, CIGARETTES,

In the beauty of this perfect future, the question of his capabilities. .- 9 to 8 tret hing their winning!I tries; walked once and was hit by 1: ", the Beacon boys scored two runs and 3 on bases in fifth inning -.11 II SOFT DRINKS,
understanding the rest of their livesat time of : 1 :30. losing ETC.
; game
Garage Elevator
streak to six straight games. the He also struck
pitcher once.
I .1
least James made this prayer If Jane would only be more patient The Detroit Tigers won from I are managed!: by a great sport( in pitcher: Castro; umpires: Lucilo I
and he rather thought Jane did too. not expect miracles of him. If I out once. Polly Haua. and Mixon. I Popular Prices
A tiny fretful wail startled James she could understand better the the St. Louis Browns, 11 to 3. i .e. I, .. .. .. .. ..-
and he lifted his head. No wonder practical difficulties or his own This was the Browns' eighth lose O'Neil caught the ]last inning, -- .. -'. -
the babies were crying. He'd forgot limitations! Bat perhaps Jane did in a row. ,'for the Veterans and looked good
ten to give them their presents. A understand him. Perhaps she under The summaries: behind the plate.
nice father he was. Why. he'd barely stood him too welL Perhaps that was NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I I "'" .
looked at them never even waited the real reason she refused to have Brooklyn R. H. E.j For the locals John Navarro

until they were dressed before he another James Stlmson In the fami- New York ..-.____.---------.- 5lO 41 I a 17-year-old shortstop, handled
rushed off down town. ly and insisted upon naming her SOB Brooklyn ......._..__..._....12 15 3 eight; chances without an error. lie FIRMS r-
Drying his eyes somewhat shamefacedly Norris Northrup Stimson after her. Batteries: FitzsimraoTis, Gabler I hit a double and three singles infix
.James tiptoed around to the father. Chagnon and Mancuso. Richards; I I times at the plate. 1 .
Aunt Sarah had been so hurt at /
other side of the bed to a flounced. Clark and Lopez.At S.C.
lace-hung much-beribboned cradle. Jane's refusal to name the baby af- .
One small red-faced bundle was lift- ter its own father that she could not Schoolboy Rueda, better knownas
R. H. E. ," had at bat. Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
Ing Its voice in a feeble complaininglittle talk of It to anyone-not even to Chicago "Skip a good day
waiL Aunt LooJames Pittsburgh ....__..____....... 082 He singled twice, stole a ba e and !t /

The other lay so still so waxy was bitterly disappointed.Ha Chicago ..............._.....__ 371 scored three runs. In the 10th in-
white. that James his heart pounding Md taken it as a matter of Batteries: Birkofer Lucas and ;J ping, with a runner on third he i < .... .
queerly bent over quickly to In- cou.-se, as predestined as the movement Padden; Henshaw and Hartnett. J hit a Texas leaguer over short BARBECUED
,
vestigate. He raised up sharply and of the stars that there should j, I but Sutton came running in and I JOHN C PARK HEADQUARTERS FOR

Jane watching him. smiling tenderly. some day be a fourth James Brew 1 At Cincinnati R. H. FSLLouis !I I made a wonderful catch, saving SANDWICHES) MARINE THIS I SPACE
CURIOS
saw that all the life had gone out ster Stimson to carry on the name. ...............-.__.... 252 i i i the game for his club. I' Prepared the Old-Fathioned

of his face."What's. Jane, prompted by her mother, had Cincinnati ._......____....__._..12 13 1 * way with all the trfmnuBC SOUVENIRS.
I
announced her firm intention neverto 328 SIMONTON ST.
the matter? she cried.
Batteries: Haines Hallahan. The final was also} sensational. SANDWICHES of all kind
Jerking don't herself to a sitting position."I membering have another all she child had and gone James through, re- lIarrell and Davis; Schott and Voyles tripled to right after Lewki I Fishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 InsertionsPLUMBING

swered her husband know-nothlng.-and ran from was quick to agree to that. Erickson.I % batting for Morle;, had struck lOc TOCOLD 35c and Films

the room calling Mrs. Northrup. She And then, to have his one son 'I out and then Thompson came I Diamonds Watches and
came. The nurse came followed by named after someone else,named after i Philadelphia at Boston post- through with a terrific single tp BEER' ,
Anna. Doctor White was hurriedly a man he disliked! It was small I poned. rain. center and Voyles came home with Wine Sodas, Etc. Jewelry PER MONTH
sent for. wonder James felt somewhat embittered I : what proved to be the winning Watch and Jewelry
It was too late. The second twin. and began to lose. even more J AMERICAN LEAGUE run. I DURO PUMPS PAY US A

the little daughter had taken one surely than had Jane the belief In At New York R. H. E.I' "We Greet Yo. WitI

look at her new home and quietly himself the Judge had worked so Washington .................. 8 11 4'' At the Cuban Club that night 1 PLUMBING SUPPLIES ; FRAN'KJ iNSON
Qt'l $3 00
slipped away. What hurt her father hard to build up. New York ...._.............*. 9 10 3.. the Recreation Department held II ART'S BAR-B- ; ..
most was that she had not stayed Mrs. Northrup fairly lived at the Batteries: VThitehilL. Russell and: their good-will dance and it was PHONE 343 Division and ,
long enough to enjoy the beautifulnew house during Jane's illness and slow I Bolton; Broaca, Murphy Van I well attended, with some specialties -I -NO FLIES Colonial Hotel I. BId' c.I' .

doll he had brought her. She 'convalescence. James had never felt Atta. Deshong and Dickey. :.' put on the floor for the bene-*
was so little and helpless-and so so much in the way, so unwantedand -
dreadfully alone. uncared for in his life aa he did fit of the dancers. I' SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE.
At St. Louis R. II. E. * -

night Ile wondered whether she lying had awake found her at lowed.during the unhappy months that fol I Detroit i .---- -----....*.-.._..-...11 14 0 Ray Curry played a snare drum Jewfish, 2 Ib.. 35c I INSURANCE z'Yellowtail

way back to where she had come Anna made it plain that she St. Louis ......._...__...._._... 390 solo and he was greatly applauded. I Yellowtail:: : Steak, 2 Ib*. 3Se THE KEY WEST
from.There were some things James worked for him only because she Batteries: Crowder and Coch- ed. on Bone, 2 Ib*. 25c
found that did not bear thinking was paid to do it and that she re- I rane; Thomas, Andrews, Walkupand I Grouper 2 Ib*. 2Se Office 319 DuyaJ Street

about. lie got out of bed. switched sented bitterly every added footstephe Hemsley. } lima Wilkens played a Snapper, 2 Ibe. -... 25c SUNDAY STARSubscription
on the light and tried to read. caused her. Jane was so takenup I drum solo and sang a few popular Mutton Fish, 2 Ibi. 25cLarge .
From the front of the house came with her illness her doctor her Boston at Philadelphia, postponed ., pongs.! She also ;received a great Select Oyster '' TELEPHONE NO. 1
clearly to his ears an impatient fret- baby she had not time for her hus wet grounds. hand from the ,crowd., I $2 Per Year
ful little cry. Later In the night he band. lie was "shooed" so regularlyout ? * FRESH ,SHRIMP Try Year Me.U At
heard the sound of Jane of the sick room and the nursery GREEN West's -THI-' IDclmomco
sobbing.II Chicago lit Cleveland, postpo Gus Ayala played a piano solo; GROUND Key. Only Sunday "
But when he went In to her he found that after p:time ha almost.Jostftoi. $ iMj I; Wild! and :Tommy Thompson rendered. asagaph'one TURTLE 'MEAT Paper Rt.faaranfFREEpJOIIII"rDtLIVERY
Mrs. N'orthrup there before him and I terest in his son. '
she motioned him away. I "I 1 reckon, It,'*a Npr"ijnp.fby and, leather.STANDINGS t ,>> and'picc'alo. .e' solo.' Kinifuh '.Mackerel ButineM Office Citizen. PORTERALLENCOMPANY Badweiter Beer ----.-.. 15c

not a Stimson.'he'once said angrilyto LM : O'ltfeil. of the Veterans,. gavean j : Building Six' Co.r.. Dinner, .....-
loss of. her baby was a great his tp3, hggrefd'estactlyt 1 ,, ? T '
THE gbo7 t /
dancing. LOWE; FISH COMPANY 75 aad 8S.
to Jane In" her weakened that the was her father over exhibition of fancy PHONE 5:1: ..-.;.------ SOe,; *. .
both danced .
condition and she was a long time again. AMERICAN LEAGUE Lewkis and Licata PHONE 151
In getting back her strength. The Perhaps because she remained Club- W. L. Pct several of the latest dances name- I .
elder twin the boy suffered too from nervous and high strung it became ly, "La Carioca." "La Stomboras"and i -
Cleveland ..._.._.._ 8 2 .800 DELICIOUS
loss of almost an obsession with her to find several others. They were SURPRISE YOU COFFER
vitality and continual WILL AMERICAN!
was a Our Reputation i. WrapIT
Chicago ..._....__ 9 3 .750 I'
to them alL only Northrup traits in her child. applauded and were CAKES and PASTRIES
worry When New York .................. 9 4 .692 repeatedly To the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,
Miss Julia dancesseveral
Mrs. Xorthmit and the doctor said the baby did made to respond with their ped in packageof see
one of those new trained got "favor" James about the eyes Jane Boston ........................ 7 5 .583 ] time. every and NOVELTIES at
from Saint Joseph. whom nurses Anna was posittrely rude In denying the Washington ____ ........_ 7 6 .538 e5 t I STAR, 1*, 25c;

hated almost as much as if she had semblance.She Detroit ....-...............-.-. 5 9 ..357SL Rene Diaz crashed the gate and THOMPSON'S. FREE LARGO, Ib 18c;

been of the opposite sex but whose was so very tactless about the I Louis ..._..____..-......- 2 10 .167 danced like a veteran. So did Hale i w. PRINTINGDONE M ARIHBMUSEUM I ) V. & S., tb 15c.
dependable efficiency gave James a matter that it came to be a favorite 'Philadelphia ...._...____._ 2 10 ..161NATIONAL and Gonzalez Frank and Mesa. t,
feeling of comfort and strength. joke among her young friends to LEAGUE S. j BY US 324 Margaret Street Buy It At Your Local
For the first time In his life James come in to see little Norris and claim ). Voyles the official bouncerat I! Things that your friends will Grocery Store
Pct. was
was glad of his father-in-law's that he was the Image of his father. Club- W L. appreciate. Come in and see .
money.Ills bills multiplied and grew This they did partly to tease Jane New York .-...-....-..__... 7 3 .700 the Cuban Club and sure did a l -THEARTMAN, -" them. Roasted in Key West by
and mounted until he was frightened. and partly because they resented the Brooklyn .........-...-.. 9 4 .692 good job of it. i
He considered going to the Judge fora way she treated James. I I Chicago ..--.--........--.-.-. 8 5 .615 * I Our Ready-tO'Serve Cake PRESSCitizen Your next Lobster Crab Dinner 5TAR COFFEE MILL,
loan. but Jane Insisted that he Already among his Intimates. I Cincinnati ..._.._.__ 7 7 .500 The good-will entertainment and Pastries are always fresh! .will be ranch more delicious
should go instead to her father. James Stimson was referred to generally St. Louis ..._...-.....- 6 7 .462 broke up at midnight and every & Bid*. if it ia baked and served in our 512 Greene Street
James went reluctantly as: "poor James." 8 .429 had a great time. Maloney Peacock Giant Scallop or Heart, Sea Phone 256
his face Pittsburgh ..........._._- 6 one PHONE 51
I ,red with embarrassment. Mr. North- (Copyright. itst. Mated. )p. .FamltamJTragedy I BOlton _._... _..___........ 5 7 .417 * PHONE 818 Shells.,
I rep was kind enough looked over 2 9 .182 The Recreation Departmenttakes .
Philadelphia ....._ .. .
again' to James .. .
I the pile, said he would attend to tomorrow. comes, this means of thanking each -- --' -

---...---- ---"- GAMES TODAY and everyone' for making the veterans -J DINE AT THE AARON MCCONNELL PRITCHARD ROSES
enjoyable one. -
stay an
....... 835 FUaiBf Stroet
S .o.e.e.eSS.ee.. S. Senate born
f chaplain of the U. PLAZA RESTAURANT

Today's Birthdays at Springfield, Ohio, CO years a'.o. Washington. AMERICAN at LEAGUE New York- players At 4:30 and p.all m. their cars= carried equipment the /.. FUNERAL HOME- FLORAL---. .. PIECES.. A

.seS.e.essS.e. ...e..eS. 1 Walter C. Teagle president of Weaver Boston vs.at Allen.Philadelphia-Grove to the railroad station and before I If you are eem ...
Frank R. Kent of Baltimore the Standard Oil of New Jer.ey. vs. Wilshire. they left Lewkis and Licata gavean dining at home, yo will find w=t5h DlfnlfUt, 3y ."*'tM

political journalist, born there, 58 born in Cleveland. 57 years szo.' Chicago at Cleveland-Tietje exhibition of bicycle riding exhi- THE PLAZA a novel and .a. D C.mrte'y. PLANTS and VlffESREAKFAST
Sutton and Morley gave an
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years ago. I or Jones vs. Pearson. joyable experience. Q
j Malcolm C, Rorty of Lusby, Md., Detroit at St. Louis-Rowe vs. bition of velocipiede. riding. l EMBAUCEBAaibvlane
j president of the roerican Management Blaeholder. WATCHMAKER.. JEWELER LICENSED SOUTH FLORIDA
John J. Pelley, president of the Associatio born at Paterson -: At 5:40: p. m. the train pulled I AMDENCBAVEK.' .

new Association of American Rail- i N. J., 60 ye rs ago. NATIONAL LEAGUE out of the station and the Vets LUNCHEON 3e v1co
i Brooklyn-Parme- were given a great send-off by See Bias. For Your Next W ri|
road., born at Anna, I1L, 57 years New York at SUPPER NURSERY
; local fans who had gathered tasee ALl PRICES
REDUCED
Babich.
ago.: Dr. Walter Dill S ott, president lee vg, 'i LADY J\TTEIfD' .ANT,
ChicagoWeaverI them off. --- -
of Northwestern Uu.versity born Pittsburgh at I i Hew h t. 12-1 toe
PLAZA RESTAURANT
at Cooksville, IIL, 66 ears a;*. I vs. French. PHONE 597W5DNBSDAY
Mayor Edc-ard J. Kelly of Chicago -\ 1 I.I Philadelphia at BOton-riflD! ; 1 1I I want to add that the blab i,1 1! SOS Di DaTaI.tr. o..m! s.1lLs> kn. Plien 54A.- Ncvur, Sk.p,

both there, 59 years ago. Maud Allan, famed dancer and i.I vs. Rhem. a group of good,loyal sports. They
actress born in Toronto 56 years. St. Louis- at Cincinnati-r I are all clean-cut boys and d8Sen-J i
Rev,, Ze Barney T, Phillips, age i I' Walker.-vs. Si Johnson. I ed all the praise in the .





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PLAY PRESENTED KEY WEST IN MENTION TO SUBSCRIBERSIf 1 SPECIAL SERVICE NOTICE


:x: SOCIETY : : LAST NIGHT WAS i DAYS GONE BY ......................... CATHOLIC CHURCHA I I During the-summer months my

............................................ .... SUCCESS I Happening' Here Just 10 Year Helio Renedo was an incoming :you do let receive your the office hours at night will be discontinued.
GRAND rail paper by 6:15 o'clock in I
passenger by yesterday from I :
Aco Today A. Taken From Office hours from
Pocahontas Club To Put On I I The File: Of The Citizen Miami for a visit with relatives.A. I and afternoon a paper call will telephone be teat 51 to !special senceith High I II ,,12 to 1 only, daily except Sundays.

i :your home. A complaint boy: Mass will be held at St. Mary's I Calls must be given before I&; p.
At Harris School J. Dornbush of Key West!
Program ENTERTAINMENT WAS PUT
Star of the Sea churchon
I' Catholic
i i. on duty at this office from I
After thu
II As reports persist that among was reported as being registered, : I In. hour only emergency
-- I ON AT PARISH HALL FOR the many capitalists that are interested at the Hotel Seminole in Jackson-' 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the Saturday morning May 4, at : cases will be seen by me.
Plans have been completed for Solo Miss Alee Curry. in the action that Monroe yule on Monday.Andrew I purpose vf delivering com i 6:30 o'clock, in observance of the I DK. N. C. PINTADO.
"A Mock Wedding," to be stagedat Recitation Mrs. Alice Curry. BENEFIT OF KINDERCAR- county has taken to construct a I I plaint Help us live :yon 100 anniversary of the death of the t

the Harris school tomorrow Violin solo, Gerald: Saunders. TEN DEPT. OF ST. PAUL'S"A road to the mainland it is said Albury, keeper at Tor-; percent service by caif! SI I late Father F. X. Dougherty.: I I may 1-41
Solo Miss Helen if do not receive The Cili-
Curry.
that there are some who are like- :yon The public is invited to attend
2nd at 8 o'clock, tugas lightJtouse, arrived yester- CARD OF THASKSWe
evening May Piano- selection, Miss. Della ly to finance the building of zen..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeea. the service.
his
under the auspices of the Past MaeCurry..' day for regular quarterly vacation I

Pocahontas Club. A very nice Piano and' mandolin selection, in the Trip Parish to Storyland Hall last," evening presented I of bridges water over between the longer No Name stretches Key I with his -family.- 1'1'1'1" .4T.r.AII ......................a. I and neighbor wish> to; for thank their our many friends kind,

program has been arranged to Laureano Moreno and daughter.' I was a great success, every seat in I and Lower Matecumbe.\ It has J. C. Roberts, keeper at Anier.i I Today's Horoscope:: acts during the recent illness and

precede the wedding. The bridal "A Mock Weddiir"Bride the building and all available I been suggested that the county I ican Shoals light station. who was] ........................ ,> death of our beloved mother, Mrs.
party wearing quaint old-fashioned -Miriam Carey. standing room being taken before i commissioners at their meeting to, in Miami with his family for four! CLASSIFIED Antonia Perez de Guzman. Especially -
costumes ,includes high top shoes Groom Lennie Curry. *** the presentation began. 1 be held next Thursday evening,j weeks. returned yesterday and j Today carries in its special aspects are we grateful to Dr. II.

end plumed hats. I Preacher-Alice Curry. The entertainment was given pass a resolution favoring the left today for his duties. COLUMN an indication of a firm, persuasive 'C. Galey. Miss Iris Pierce nurse,
The final rehearsal will be held Bride's Ma-Sa'l rc Roberts. 'for the benefit of the Kindergarten granting of a franchise to any individual sort of person with domes-j I I Mrs. Julia Sweeting and Benjamin

tonight in the school auditoriumand Bride's Pa-Ben'wrfc Park. department of St. Paul's church or syndicate that may de Mrs.! Vernon Lowe, who ........................ tic tastes. There is quite a strain :I| Sawyer of the Lopez Funeral
all persons taking part are requested Groom's Ma-Lou>a Pierce. school. sire to construct the brdiges. pro. was a of self-indulgence, which if allowed :1 Home. We assure one and all that
to be in attendance.The Matron of Honor Annie I Those in charge of the play vided permission' is given to charge delegate to the Convention of I'y- PERSONAL full reign, would lead to a I I II | their kindness will never be for1 -
tolls. If private capital be interested thian Sisters in Gainesville la:< tendency to satisfy one's own i .
follows: Baker. can appetite
program cast gotten.
have arranged for the :
a party STOMACH
Solo, Mrs. Ethel Asson. Ring -Bearer-Alice Wilma As-' be given tomorrow afternoon at at present in constructionof I week, returned yesterday. tl ULCER. GAS PAINS. :I to the neglect of more im i I mayl-ltx THE FAMILY
INDIGESTION victims ;
Piano selection, Miss Mayfield son. Ito i o'clock in the Parish Hall. the bridges workon, them will why, portant matters, which is very I __
Knowles. Maid of Honor-Leona Rob- The follows be pretty well under way by the I Mrs. Julia Sweeting, who suffer? For quick relief get a:I liable to bring trouble. Be careful,
cast was as :
Song, Jackie Doughtry. I erts. I I Jack of the Beanstalk-George time the county completes the roadto ja! deregate from Key West to the free sample,of at Udga Gardner's, a doctor'sprescription Phar-i I that the associations are of the!I'I MONROE THEATER

Mandolin and piano selection, Bridesmaids-Antoinette Rob- I Knowles. Lower Matecumbe. I Pythian Sisters' convention in macy. 'I best. 'I Myrna Loy-Cary Grant in

Laureano Moreno and daughter. ,,, erts, Tessie Crews and Mamie I Hop-O-My-Thumb Greyfoid Gainesville returned over the WINGS IN THE DARK
apr23-24-25-30 1-2-7-8-9-14-
; play : Some snakes, like
the
Duet, Miss Vanessa Collins and Spencer. Roberts. Captain Clark D. Stearns commandant i highway this week. pythons, Will Rogers in
Gerald Saunders.' Best Man\ --Sue Elwood. Alladin-John Lewis Day. of the heal navy yard 15-161 have vebtigal hind legs which' THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN

Solo, Miss Betty Ruth Chastin.!! Groomsmen-Susie Lowe. Ruby. Dick Whittington William has offered to conduct a system- I j Master Sergeant Eddie Rentfro, FOR RENT;: they use in locomotion. Orche-
i Matinee: Balcony, 10t1
atic and determined U. S. A. and '..
Piano and violin selection Saunders. Barton. fight againstmostpoitoes'lnrKeyWest'thie daughter, Mary, with 1WE 1- '
; BENJAMIN LOPEi tra, IS 20e1 Night 15-25e
> -
Misses Brantley. Flower Girl-Cinderella Rob- summer -i three*ehitdren;left yesterdaysffc! ,i
i 'jTh' 'eeKittens:: 1 |ICYCLES-- RENT by the
Solo, Miss Marion Solano. erts. -r- '"; 'First-Madge Key.SeeondLaura .j :' provided he is given the authority ernoon for their home in Sa ; Hour Day or ''Wgek. Repair FUNERAL'HOMEtabli I I -_

Violin solo Miss Norma Yates. VillageJudgg ._ n4-f-LeTfJ; f t< J Beth' Ham by city council. Captain( vannah! Ga., I All makes.-fend'paiij.tlIrpTH-.with. tl ....! 49 Yean I
Solo, Miss Doris Roberts. Pianist--Mrs.. b.enJ.\ ilton. Stearns says that the promptfcg; : Nu-Enamef.: We carry a full Key: We.f. Oldest FAST FREIGHT SERVIC

.-., -- -----,- -- -- Thir< ---Rose Marie Saw- of comfort and healh are the" ua-" 1 W. L. Bierer, assistant keeper supply of parts.. j Agent for the 24-Hour Ambnlanc Service 1 t.
jor matters to be considered in a ''at, Tortugas lighthousearrived Liconied EmbalnterPnon
n Rollfast and
yer. Dayton Bicycles.
j t'
Hobby Clubs Are 'Browne I Little Golden hair-Rose. 'Mary war on mosquitoes and such a star yesterday from the light and left ; And sell them as low as $5.00 135 Ni.;Vt 80A.W NEW YORK
I' will be of material benefit to Key : in the afternoon for his quarterly down
Kelly. and $1.00 per week. We
Gives i
Being Organized 'I Sapper 'I Tiny Cub-Charles Percy Cur- West. I vacation with his family in :..nami.I Buy and Sell all makes of used t\ \\\'IIII/ and BOSTON

ry, Jr. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
Sponsored by the recreation department -'I' Judge Jefferson B. Browne en- Old Dame-Catherine Conner. Yesterday afternoon 5 o'clock Major William V. Albury, Flor- I Stowers company 515 Duval i SPEND i From Key: West alternate Friday
of the Key West: Ad-:tertained a party at supper last Red Riding Hood-Verlie Saw Miss Myra Curry and Arthur Pas- I ida National Guard, in command street aprO-tf: Tuesdays
night at his apartments in the Air torini were married in the resi- t YOUR < From New York alternate -
ministration hobby clubs are being of the troops on duty on the
Station in honor of his Joe'sI yer.Babes dence of bride South i :
son the at 509 I' FURNISHED BUNGALOW modern s
. in the Woods: Florida Keys, left yesterday aft-
organized of the 'I.
by pupils
i!I birthday. The principal dish, Girl-Esther Curry. street.< The ceremony was performed -I ernoon for Islamorada after a conveniences. 634 William VACATION 'From Boston alternate Saturday
various schools. :t'r Ropa Vieja, was prepared by Juan Boy-Robert Collins. by Rev. L. P. White rector of short vacation with his family. street. Apply Valdes Bakery. ,I AIM M-\V ORI.KAXS to KEY WEST!
J
The first of these organizationsis Carbonell as a compliment to II GoodyTwohoesBetty Joyce St. Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic apr27INSTRUCTION THIS YEAR IN Alienate' ............y.. "' ..rl...
the "Bayview :Buddies," whose i' Judge Browne and his guests.. Mr. Cinderella Blanche Brantley. church and the bride was given Mrs. William V. Palmer, who 1 FLORIDA: A I Kr Meal ...... dry r.IU..lc.

membership include those who Carbonell is an excellent chef of I]I Sleeping Beauty Hariette away by Judge J. Vinin. Harris. was spending two months with 'CLYDE-MALLORY
Spanish cooking. Only a few intimate friend were
regularly attend the recreation Norma Ward. and : relatives, left yesterday afternoon KEY WEST EXAMINATIONS.: ;, gx prycurtilMW. /Utf.1
: After the supper Miss II lIen- present at the ceremony. Mr. .
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activities at Bayview Park. A I Mother Goose-Betty for Norfolk, Va., where her husband Patrol 1 r. K. SMITH. Aa'' *><.
Immigrant Inspector.
Yates entertained the guests with !Mrs.\ Pastorini left on the after :
gathering of the club will be held some beautiful selections on the riquez. Pierce. I noon train for Washington where I pharmacist's mate first Applications close May 4. Men I\ W2r //////' '''''\\\\ _Key Went _
t I II I Bac.-helor-.Joe Austin class is connected with the naval
each Saturday morning at Rest violin, of which she is a finished Wife they will spend their honeymoon. 2136. Start $1800 year. Full _. ..
Baker. -
-Sylvia --- -- -- --- -
Beach.Members. |I I player. Contrary Mary-Barbara So- I hospital. particulars FREE. Write imme 1--- :.
of the club are: Alberta -I, Judge Browne's guests were: lajio. Hundreds of boys in Key bleat diately. Franklin Institute D<'l't.

Peterson president; Una Mir. and Mrs. Ray G. Bush. Mayor Cross Patch Elise Jane Curry. are on tiptoe for the grand para.lc ; Ernest Meres, sponge merchant 635 A, Rochester, N. Y. : STEAMSHIP Co.
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Mae Brady vice president; Margaret ',': and Mrs. W. H. Malone Dr. and Georgia Porgie-James William they will take part in this afternoon -.I lof Key West and Tarpon Springs, apri26272930maylxPIANO! ; i P & 0
White secretary and treasurer -,, Mrs. W. H. Sanborn, Miss Norma Collins. as a part of the Boys' Week and Mrs. Meres, who were here I UNITED STATES FASTMAIL
Lorraine Shepherd Rose:I' for few days of their TUNING II ROUTES FOR
; 'Yates, Miss Clara Yates, :Mrs. Jack and Jill: program being sponsored by the a as guests I
mary Kelly Donald Barber Joe I i 1 son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
Louise Knowles Juan Carbonell Jack John Ogden.JillRamona Rotary Club. Participants' will assemble I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
Brown, Madge Sands and Mar-:: Sr.. and Fernando Seraf ina. Rodriguez.Tom on Greene street near : Mrs\ Clem C. Price left over the I i PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo\ Effective March 18th. 1935
jorie RusselL Officials expect to Whitehead and will be in line to II I highway yesterday morning for reno. Excellent piano for sale
Leave ,
Tucker-Charles Brant. Key West for Havana and Saturdays, II
I Wednesdays
double the within the cheap. 1018 Division street.
membership Mallory Chapter Milkmaid-Rose Elizabeth Cur. begin marching at 4 o'clock. The J Tampa.and 12:20 p. I.Leave i
next two weeks. I Ii parade will go down Whitehead apr22-lmo I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays *
These clubs will furnish outdoor Plans Meeting ryeI Simon-Billy Hilton street to Front, along Front to I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Abelardo 1 Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays
recreation for the children during;. !I Ladd.Simple Duval up Duval to Southard, Lopez on the County Road. Rev. FOR SALE i'' 6:30 P. M.

the summer, months and are expected There will be a meeting of Jack Homer Charles Harold thence to White, on to Division I L. Munro, pastor of the First 1 Ticket, Reservation mmd Information Ticket; Office on tie
to prove popular among Stephen R. Mallory Chapter, Uni- Sands. and Bayview Park, where they I Methodist church, officiated.The PRINTING-Quality Printing at I Dock. 'Pooae 71
the Lowest Prices. The Art-
the younger set. I II I ted Daughters of Confederacy Bo-Peep-Delores Machin. will be dismissed. J. H. COSTAR. /.e.t.
I I held tomorrow afternoon, begin- Mother Hubbard-Faye Baker. -- two-masted schooner Mars man Press. aug7; I

Miss G. Loundera i s' ning at 4 o'clock at the home of Baby Bunting-Ruth Roberts. Editorial: Comment: The girls I of Miami Fla., dropped anchor in ------- -- --- ----- -- --.- -
Weds J. RivasIn 'I Mis.\ ) George F. Archer.1425 New- Rock-A-Baby-Mary Ann Mat- will say that the right way to observe -i Key West harbor Monday. Members -
1 ton street according to announce chett. Better Homes Week will be; of the crew are H. O. Cline
i ment made today. Willie-Winkle-Leo ]Hick" for the timid bachelors to come! Herford Cline, Wyett Prevatt and
the presence of members of:I This will be a regular businessi Miss Muffett-Zetta Francis forward and suggest starting some I'I Karl H. Vickery. A nine months'
the families and a large number: to the Couth Seas in
i meeting, it is stated, and a request Cabrera. new ones. voyage
of friends Miss Georgina Loun-I is made for a large attend- Boy BILe-Leon Sands. I search of wild game and adven-
ders and John D. S. Rivas were' ance of members. Jan. Edward L. Villareal is the com ture will begin Saturday when the
Hnmpty 1mpty-George
married last night, 8 o'clock, in' I poser of a new song entitled "Meet i' vessel! sails for Havana. Mrs. 2.i: G. TRY BEFORE YOU BUYFREE
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rev. are both popular members of the sen.Curly Lo-ks-Virginia Kelly. Me on the Isle of Sunshine" which : Vickery, of New York, is in Key I I

A'rthur B. Dimmick officiating. younger set. Tom. The Piper's Son-James was written in the interest of I West to say farewell to her son
The bride is the daughter of After, the ceremony a reception -! R. Allen, Jr. Key West. The music is by Alfred and his companions.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lounders of was held at the home of Mr. Betty Blue-Marian Solano. Barroso. Mr. Villareal will soon:i

720 Angela street and the groom, Rivas where the newly weds will Sunbonnet Sally and Overall have the song published and the YOUNG GIRL TAKES IRON
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon i be at home to their wide circle of, Jam--Jessie Michael and Russell! new selection will no doubt meet I
Rivas, of 629 \Vtlliain street. They i friends. I II Ii Baker. Chorus:' Harriett Ward, with a big hit when placed on the j GAINS TEN POUNDS :

------ '- -- i Sylvia Baker, Rose Bethel Eulee I market. j f Bertie Grove age 12 was badly pe ae
Bethel, Betty McCullough,' Wilma I (underweight.. After taking Vinol
I TO GIVE PLAY i Sands Betty Roberts Flossie Key,' Mist :Josephine Salgado ,and! (iron tonic) ,ehe gained ten' y -. .1'- ,
William Bethel and' William Bur- Edward L. Villareal were mir "ied :pounds. It gave her appetite and .. .. -FOR-

i At The Stores 1 ton. here, .on .Monday evening' in, the!,'rosy cheeks. Children like Vinol. -,
FRIDAY NIGHT!I Fairies-Bobby Albury, Thelma home of the, bride's? brpthe -il-!.| a i Oriental! Pharmacy.} i

: I Ogden Fay Bervaldi, Nessa Mae '1 .--..:. --- u i p t; r t

Olsee: Estelle Albury Betty Williams. :1t1YiI rHRE'E MONTHS
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LONG'S FURNITURE'STORE "Huckleberry Finn," a comedy 11 Beverly Curry, Marvis I
Bethel'and Laurette Bethel. : .UK IS J.
According to the prices on furniture in three-acts, taken from the fa- Cushion Booth-Charles Albert I I

shown in the advertisements mous story by Mark Twain, will Rodriguez. I I

by Long's Furniture Store J I be presented in the High School Brownies-Joe McCulloujrh Andrew I
in The Citizen each day this week, auditorium Friday night by the Mumford, Thomas Luther There is only ONE wa) to find out whether an
this is a good time to buy furni- ELECTRIC RANGE will do the of it.
Senior Class of Key West High Swicegood. I job you expect

ture.Prices are low and terms are School. Piano Solo-Harriette Ward. That's by testing it with your own recipes, in your own

right and for those who would The dome of McDonald observatory -I j kitchen. That way vou find out EXACTLY what an

pay cash, there is a good discount ex-cellent in Texas is painted with electric range will do under your own system of cooking.
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offered during this sale. I I' bers of the graduation class of aluminum, paint and is visible 50,

1935, who for weeks have been miles I
I away. The Key West Electric Company extends an invita-
EATS FOR A NICKEL
I rehearsals under the j
holding daily
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I: tion to ALL customers to make this without cost
Plaza Sandwich 503 Du-I test or
Shop, direction of Mrs. Addah Ramsey .
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val street, is now operating undera I class sponsor. obligation.The .
new plan adopted by the man I PLAZA

agement for the summer months."A fact that those desiring curb serv-j WHEN YOU Company has such complete confidence in the

nickle is real money at the I I ice can park in front of the place!I SANDWICH SHOP ENTERTAINI performance the ELECTRO MASTER 'RANGE that it .
Plaza" states Manager :Merill as long as is necessary under the I '
503 Dnval Street Or have with nothing will iswllling'to i placea) : three' or four burner in
Sands:, as he turned over advertising new traffic (aw.THE your loved one you range your

ad copy which to he The shows Citizen's the : .Jaeks.arllles ......... Hotel' Where Cp ii REAL MONEY i 1i give; you more homeiontrial'for'a'period'of'' three- months without any
in
many man nickle items which now can I SEMINOLE BARBECUE SANDFT,, 1 1 .R.Suite::; ; I obligation on your part. ..

be purchased at this sandwich I Jaefc.vn.111*, Florida WICHES, at .._......_ **. Living *< <- ,< .
CII.,!'. B. f-KINF.lt. Manager I II "*(At the end of the trial period you pay. us only"uU -

shop.Mr.. Sands calls attention to the I A human, homelike institution I HOME MADE SOUPS 5c I I A visit to our store will convince you that this I .,. '$1.25 or $1.75 per month. '- 4'
1 where you will find ,..... 1..1 at .._..._... .__...._ _.-. ra- .
__f.r< ami ratrrtaiaair.. a matter pleasure can be had at a very small cost.
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of great importance. It I LARGE PONY OF SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN
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DRAUGHT BEER _..._ BEAUTIFUL 3, 4, 5 and 6-PIECE (fJA Aft
,. .. .....1 rtrrpnwf .lUHa* M-atr4 'I! SUITES _,4>4U.UU up j
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T..bndr a aaa, l .ef...as.r.rl !. the heart .f the city I 'I I
tl.enas sw warrit elle. W IT ._li l.tanPAILS. : ----0- OVERSIZE SURPRISE 5c I Electric Service-- The More You Use
._....at atinav.,: It t.ata.as fail d. Evrry Room; with Combination Tub, SANDWICH at .. .. .. .. FREE with every Suite sold during this aale-a
alit Iea1. toaI4 .vrryw.r.
ft br _0.r..n... a MIl1.. and Shower Hath Radio Klectrici j I Beautiful ELECTRIC BRIDGE, FLOOR The Lower The Rate '
dI. Co.&. v.... x. 9..Paned.lptJa reilinaFaa.. Slat Door; for Summer: !I 8 oz_ GLASS OF SWEET 5c
Ventilation of Comfortable Inner Spring Beds Con-with1Mattreiwee MILK at .-.... .- ...?... or TABLE LAMP I

ing ruction Lamps.and Individual Read Large Bag of Saratoga 5 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash With Order I THE KEY WEST aECTRIC COMPANY

RATES! Potato Chips .. .-... C Liberal Terms If Desired 1 1LONG'S :
Biekford-Helen Vinson in .
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GENTLEMAN I'M 11__.. rrt.... Bath n -=._ A portion .f Potato Chip I
Ml. Il..m.. Prltale Bath 3JM
t.t.Cha Ames-Ralph Bellamyin is R .ra, Private Rath OOOZ4 served 'free on all sandwiches "I FURNITURE STORE II j .
COLETTE 11_... PH.ate Bath saI. CURB SERVICE I
1 hample ltra. >.. Private Bath .._ I
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