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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 2, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Associated Service.Press Day Wire I I tJ" jt: i{ Wczt <( Itt.CU most Key West equable Florida weather, has in the the I


I For 65 Years Devoted to the cp ? country; with an average

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VOLUME LVI. No. 105. KEY WEST, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 2, 193;). PRICE FIVE CENTF

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Chairman Of Rules CommitteeOf I COUNTY BOARD JAYCOCKS HASRESIGNED :: ROTARY CLUB i Senator From Arizona Fails To Become


HEARS REPORTSFROM JOB HAS ELECTION

I House Wields Great Power .1 OFFICERS, I. I Intimidated By Threats Of Constituents


I NO ONE: APPOINTED AS YET;: MELVIN E. RUSSELL CHOSEN!

I Discharge Of Many Duties TO FILL POSITION OF AS PRESIDENT OF ORGANIZATION ---I, -

I STEEL CABINET ORDERED I I DEPUTY SHERIFF I I SANITARY UNITS | VOLUNTEERS PUT j I One Of Letters Received

I PURCHASED BY COMMISSIONERS -

Shown That Head Of Organization -1 CEREMONIES OF FOR FILING REC.I I --- I I --- I START CAMPAIGN IN MANY HOURS : Says 'You Are Dead Politically

I Clements Jaycocks. chief depUty -I At the regular luncheon of the

Must Necessarily CORONATION AT ORDS OF FINGERPRINTSMonroe sheriff in the office of Sher-:: Rotary Club held today Melvin E.: ON MOSQUITOES! ON FERA \WORK: Unless You

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iI iff K. O. Thompson since January Russell was elected to serve as

Become Exceed- BAYVIEW PARK] County Commissioners I! 1933, today tendered his resigna-!! president, and will take office at: I Change Your Attitude'By

tion to take effect at once. i I the first meeting in July succeeding :
CONTROL AND ERADICATION SHOWN THAT MORE TIME
ingly Strict At TimesBy at a regular meeting held last I i :
Asked by The Citizen why he Eddie Strunk who pre-, I
night voted to purchase a steel : sided over the session today in I ACTIVITIES BEING CON-J! THAN HAD BEEN PLEDGEDIN HERBERT PLUMMER
SAWYER CROWNED I I took this step Mr. Jaycocks replied -
MISS LOIS
I I II IB? HK-iatrd PrrwmtVMASHINGTON
cabinet file all
in which to mat- ; his capacity as president. Mr.Russell .;
that for some time conditions DUCTED BY KEY WEST AD. MANY CASES HAD BEEN \ May 2.-/....-
HERBERT PLUMMER ters to fingerprint I
QUEEN OF MAY FESTIVAL; pertaining rec- ; was" nominated for the I I II
(By Amnmrlmtrd Prr..) ords and correspondence. I'I had been unnlyasant and he position on March 28. MINISTRATION PUT IN BY CLIENTS ZCD&'. six-fool, oix-liroc COWlS
WASHINGTON May .-lathe CHARLES SMITH HERALDED Present at the meeting were had decided to renounce the position -: In the election of officers held I I i
.who lisa been its
official biography which that AS KING Chairman Carl Bervaldi Commissioners I in order to avoid further un i to fill the} other positions, Eddie repretcntaUvr .a

\Vm. R. Porter and Brax- pleasantness. i Strunk. was automatically elected Although the highly concentrated Persons who have received thf.'ir' the senate since the stale w a j-
red-headed I ri American, JohnJ. ton B. Warren; Clerk Ross C. Saw. Sheriff Thompson asked if vice-president in accordance with I ,
was
I I : mosquito control and eradica- discharge certificates from the :, milled te the Union, hit <' '..117
chair. yer. Chief Deputy Sheriff Clements he had decided who will be appointed -,I the by-laws; John Gekeler, secretary -; j I .
O'Connor of New York,
Colorful and extremely beauti-:I Jaycocks, Finger; Print Expert to succeed Mr. Jaycocks.: ; W. L. Bates, treasurer. i:, tion program of the sanitary department -,j Key West Volunteer Work Corps::; to worry about in keeping: Kit seat

man .of the,rules*, committee of :,ful were the coronation cere-!. Roy Hamlin and; Chief Harry Baker He replied that he has not had I With the above named, the following -' of the Key West Admin!: have worked more hours than 1941.

the ,hcuse, provides! ,,the, Coofres-j j j.io.al : monies yesterday afternoon ,at i of the Key West Fire Department time to give the matter the neces-.i were elected to serve as istration did not get under way!! they pledged originally a sum.: -rtil t
1 Bayview Park when Miss Loi? and Peace Justice E. It. easy consideration but would pos-;,members of the board of directors until yesterday, the department!! mary computed this morning by i Fountain A.Lout, however -
Directory. there is no ugestioa -! t Lowe of Tavernier. be make : for the.ensuing beginning |
able to
I sibly an announcement | year I U Cut the of
Sawyer was crowned queen of the S did treat 8.876 places for mosquito the research section of the. KeyVest 1 1f i\ typo politician
that he made studyof It was on request of Mr. Hamlin in a few days. July 1 : Everett Russell Chas.'I
( ever a I May festival conducted by,the Island "that the filing cabinet: was ordered Taylor, Curry Harris Tim Pitt- control during the month of i ii f \ Administration shows. i,i> who. waits; until a few month before -

pby holoc).. I i City Young Peoples' Union purchased. This was done after I man. I i 1 April the report of the depart-i I Up through yesterday afternoon a. election to campaign. far-

Somewhere along the line however .I I 1 and her consort Charles Smith I Mr. Hamlin had addressed the PARTY LEAVES 'v. Brewster was present at theI :t mcnt, just: completed, shows. I j i 1,087 person had presented their
I board showing the great increase I meeting as a guest of Steve Doug- I. iou ly for the privilege; of teliong
Jr., was heralded as king. :, The sanitary department conducts : Volunteer Work Corps record
when he was working for in the number of records made by lass.
1 I I 1 Attendants to the queen and I THIS MORNING( I! a number of services for I: cards to the research section, to,; > hi* toga.
hit A.B. degree at Brown or later the county and the Washington After the disposal 1 of a few
:: their escorts were Miss Edna Mae'J I correspondence: relative thereto. i business matters and lha rendering -; citizens of Key West and during procure the attractive discha-ge ; lie is laying the ground, '.

for hU LL-B. at Harvard he must :, and Miss'I I the month will have well underway certificates issued ;1 now for the eventualities- ,
Thompson Henry Higgs; f Cost of the cabinet will be 130, of the regular songs, the : which are being o' -

have at least looked into the ub.jett. .:: Roberta Matcovitch\ and Merville less 2 percent for cash. REV. DAY AND OTHERS DE. meeting was adjourned. ; a program of mosquito erad-i with the signatures of Governor years hence, when again hc..-> ,

S 1!| Rosanu Dottie Mae Hobbs, Patsy'J Report of Sheriff K. O. Thompson PART OVER HIGHWAY :| ication which is expected to be : Dave Sholtz and Julius F. Stone 1 i face th> Arizona electorate. it
showed deposits in the First
Duane and Ernestine Evans were I ROUTE DRAPE CURTAIN : preventive and make possible Jr.. Florida emergency relief ad- methods are perbcpc the im."t
Therc's striking evidence of National Bank of $49.85. ;
I the flower girls.. I Tax Collector Frank Ladd's report avoidance of the usual treatment ministration.As : culiar: moat unorthodox and -
this fact in the manner he is discharging -
!I i To the flare of trumpets and a I of collections and deposits in j WILL\ BE USED IN ; for the pests which; U necessitated I I rapidly as relief clients, and :' freshing of any employed by a
: his duties as a member i
I march by the drum and bugle; the First National Bank during* Rev. James S. Day of the Frist; I if they Ere allowed to breed. 1 I non-reJief: citizens of Key West : public official.
of the triumvirate that actuallyruns : the month of April showed the! Church Mrs. Day, Dr. and! : :
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their majesties BaptUt i street intersection The Asliurtt .e 1
| corps, approached PLAY BY SCHOOL Forty-five present cards showing they have system "1( )
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the house. sum of 202851. Distributed to Mrs. J. Harness and Frank W.I) .. I" ,.
to detail truth to hrUcon !tit
the awaiting crown bearers, Al drains were cleaned by the depart1 fulfilled their pledge or have met <
The chairman of the rules committee -:! the different funds as follows: j Lovering formed a party leaving jove'r j the requirements of the adminis-. which many Washington ]p--I)J. .
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is a man who wields tremendous -' Goehring and Billy Pease Albury,i General Revenue, $319.62; Fine,! the highway vhii morning for mcnt! in .April in preparation for tiation in order that certificates cians would like to tell then i.. ;)
where the tiaras were placed their and Forfeiture. $109.08 Out! TO the rainy .
power. lie can be a' ; Lakeland. ARRANGEMENTS MADE season. be received if they dared.
may the diplomas are
rather hardboiled individual when regal heads with pomp and ceremony : : standing Indebtedness. $509.03;! At that city Mrs. Day will stop I :Some:) of the other services rendered -

he wants to and frequently must. I Special Advertising $36.36; Spe-i> for a visit with her son, James S. HAVE THIS READY FOR USE included the collection and.:""being. Those issued.who have receive certificates Cause for HumilityThe

Demonstrated Finesse j j The dance of the may pole was: cial Bond and Interest, $72.72:1;'| Day Jr., and Dr. and Mrs. Harness AT PRESENTATION TO BE disposal of 1 500> loads or 6,072 have worked a total of 490S.l1 ,- following for eianilc.> i
an artistic and entertaining event Ro.'. $72.72; General School. will also stop there for a cubic yards, of garbage end trash a quotation from a docur.iei.lhas : -
By nature and environment hour, their record cards chow; ,
which made a colorful event GIVEN TOMORROW NIGHTS compiled for consumption i.i ,'
byj Taxes, $363.59; School Bond and I a" hill' Street cleaning, fumigating of which is 12,625 hours than
such a role would seem to come the group of young women who Interest, $181.80; School Tax DisJ Rev. Day and Mr. Levering will I houses, cleaning and chlorinating more Arizona voters:
the original
Those )
natural to O'Connor. In addition went through the varied evolu- trict, No. 1, $363.59. I continue leisurely jon to Washington [ iistern., and. ,a. number of other totalled pledges., -nourlriiW'r"ttietotal j)' S tajus Irish'tedpel'ament.he.reIJooI tions. In .thi"' group were: Remitted to W.: V. Knotl, treaSurer \\where the former will i lethe !Play lovers who'attend the presentation activities. 5tonishing and for awhile. (I--
resents in congress a district in:, Misses Nellie Louise Russell, ex-officio of Monroe county!' regular periodical examination of Mark Twain's great h __ _____ __ number of hours worked is self the distressing di ,
New Yoik, City where i is located Norma Yates Jennie Mae John- $1.236.22.leI's commission of': for retired naval officers. ,. story; "Huckleberry Finn" at the an increase of 2.6 percent over the perpetuity of the tV!,-. .' ,
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son, Alee Curry, Eleanor Ether. MANY CARLOADS the original subrcription of volunteer govef nment dill i not ah-..! :t. '
Tammany HalL Tammany politicians ; $24.72 total $1,211.50. i I 1 Mr. Lovering; who has been High School auditorium tomorrow hours made by this number.
do not always choose the' idge Katherine Schuck Cleo::" Clerk Sawyer reported collcctien -' spending about five weeks in Key evening,: will be surprised at the Those in the admini -tration office depend upon the reelection o. O*

gentlest way.O'Connor'e. i Kemp. Mary }Fclton Helen Russell -'i of $5,150.76 during the West with friends, will go from change in appearance of the pros- OF PINEAPPLES I' poke well this morning: of- Henry Fountain Ashurst to t i
manner has been Mary Charlow Francis: Lowe.!: month of April! for delinquent the capital to his home in West I, cenium. the I made senate of the United States
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known to ruffle the tempers of Mary Cleare Minnie Knowles and] taxes. i i I Medford, Mass. ThU change has been brought showing being by perSons "When a senator make; "-,-i'i 1J:
Volunteer
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his colleagues and at times to Louise Ketchum. Chief Harry Baker requested a'' .---- --- I about by a beautiful drape curtain ;, SENT TO NORTH Work who Corps enlisted last summer.the The ad- discovery at first; the i f>i t -

have created open r entment. | Other numbers on the program I I donation from the commissioners! which was secured through the efforts ___ miffbtration is anxious to pears incredible. It soeni- <
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'were TRY TO CIVILIZE the stars above his head l list: f.< 1 d>
During final stages'; of consideration : to help'defray his expenses to St. of Mrs. J. C. Irwin teacher the records of the volunteer .
of the work.relief bill I 1 "Spring I; a Lovely Seaon"i j I I Augustinewhere! he will attend I in the department of Home Economics : THIRTY-SEVEN CARDS MADEUP and is both and the earth had Klifmed !VnhU <'

in the house, however the New Song by third grade. on :May 6, 7 and 8. a meeting of ARCTICHUNTERS and her class. client corps, urging Yorker demonstrated a deftnessand "Ride a Cock Horse"( -Dance I the Firemens' Association. A small I]I j For a long time the questionof FROM LARGE SHIPMENT i Key West to and turn other in their cards. 'ueh a discovery proves hi.\ ,' ,
old by second grade. i II I real antidote to megalomania ; rn\ i
finesse. lie did it by the amount was authorized. replacing(: the drapes with some- RECEIVED LAST NIGHT .
trick "Spring! Messages'-Song byj Carbonell --- the further flight of time b' ;,ito i
but nearly always successful I I Application of Juan thing new and more in conformity
of appealing,: to the dignity of the S third grade. j i for permit to sell wines beers and : TEACHERS BELIEVE THEY with the rest of the auditoriumthan FROM CUBA i! SEVEN BllDING the discoverer a nerenitv an 1 i

members. Seven terms in con.* "Point Ligntly"-Dance by second -! liquors, which was presented at CAN MAKE WORTHY TRIBE the shabby curtain which has I humility to be envied l> t" "

press have made him aware that.. grade. I''the last regular meeting of the I I. I been in use: to long, has! occupiedthe I -- I PERMITS ISSUEDGENERAL world's greatest phikmnplv' "

the house in a sentimental body,. Saxophone Solo-Del Wood. I, l oerd. was read. Clerk Sawyer in- OUT OF FUR-SEEKERS minds of the faculty and I i Destined for distributing points j 1 1I S Say H. 'Can Take If

proud of its ability to legislate. I Dance-Rosemary Carnes. i i formed the commissioners that all1, teachers.It I in the north, 37 cars of pinenp-: ,. I I To one letterwriting'i<
When it became necessary forj "Irifh! Lilt Dance-'-Coralie.: legal requirements had been com I = remained for Mrs. Irwin t..1 I I pies, 11,199 crates went out by stituent who threatened &V.I.'

the house to agree; ouickly on a Schrader and Lilian Ackerman. j I plied with and no objections had en,. A. I"rr..t device Ways and means for recur-: rail this morning. These arrived in REPAIRS. INCLUDING dead politically unless you < !..11>, .

vital point of procedure to !ypwd.' 1( Song-Helen Curry. I been filed. The application was i I KHABAROVSK. U. S. S. IL, inz the curtain. To do this she 20 tars on th. Ferry Palma l last TO STRUCTURES jour attitude," AshaMt, ad-I i l I"" s ., ,
final action on the work relief bill'. Minuet-Billy Cates. Ruthie"Strieker ordered granted. May 2.The Tunguses, tribesmen and her class held randy and other -: evening.There. ADDITIONS 1 the following! reply and wall h

O'Connor made hU play. I. John Bearup Betty Ann I Judge Hugh Gunn's report of I I whom soviet officials are attempt- sales a-d in the end l secured I' wore also five other car i; S ,..CONTEMPLATED public:/ ,,

Hinted At Senate Tangle Pierce.. 'jI licenses i issued during the monthof ing to civilize in Kolyma province !'uffi'ient'reVl'nue' to purchase the containing fruit in bulk, the first ." .. { '. i "1 have been for year.s. a < '-' .
I May'Ple-Gady l s F.us. 1t. Alee showed for which, along the Okhotsk Sea: never wash t.erial.' : ? I able .
Without actually referring to S April one Dla I shipments" of bulk pineapples: ; and hope am w i'-- -
it. but leaving no ticubt in .th?t I Curry,,Clara Yates Norma Yates !i! $2.50 had been received. Of this I II i, their teeth and never bathe, but I This wM! ordered through I, v-hich has arrived since the fruitbegan f" flynng; the week ending today I( making a wry face, to take n -

minds of his colleagues that hei Minnie Knowles Mary Felton',(I[ amount $1.25 goes to the state j:I i they also never lie or steal. Con- Appelrouth of The Store of Fa!'h- to mature in Cuba. L there were, seven i-ue of build I,eoIi,. dose of that' roe-linn'; .

was talking about the !senate aQdlthe ], Nellie Louise RUSFell. Jennie l\b.'e j I and $1.25 to the county. i 1 I[feqjently bolchevik teachers believe ;o!'. It is1 of heavy cloth closely! The cars with fruit in ,bulk'I ing and' repair permit .from the cnticfent- wh\eh\ I have: it % -i,

snarl there provoked by Huey \,Johnson, Eleanor Etheridge. Cleo: Bonds of William Von Mrwh they can: make a worthytr be oven and of the type of material make a total of 42 cars chipped j I! office of Building! Inspector Harry other fellows eizaMe Au><- \I"<

Long of L uht ana. O'Connor bald:'!> Kemp, Mary Cleare and Louise and David Yates Loper. retently out of the northern furhunters.Reindeer *n, vogue in' many of the larger; from this port this morning\ and aj I I M. Baker. Permits! allowed other word. I not owly 'Ii'i:' t

i "I for one do .not intend to(i i Ketchum. i I appointed deputy sheriffs on the :I I supply the Tunguses theaters throughout the country. grand total of 171 cars since the I I activities were as follows: out' but can also 'take it.: IV; ,'''. >

match demagogy against Mma-,i I keys by Sheriff Thompson were with clothing and most of their Today Mrs. Irwin sod her a"so- season began. I i: Repairs to kitchen and otlw uiy dropping into sanJ! :. :> .,. i
This great house can legis-i! HUMBERT NAMED I II approved by the board. | food. The old women chew rein- dates! are working at shaping: the Though the season started later parts of Baptist church at 319 convey my thought precise': '
gogy.late by majority and that ma- I Bill of E. R. Lowe, $113.80, for. deer skins. to make them into curtain in order to have it placed than usual due to continued dry ,;'Olivia ftreet. 'O\\ner. Bat list At another time before a I i i r r:.-
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jorjly always can express the will I holding an inquest on the body of' chamois and it takes a woman and in readiness for the class play! .' weather in Cuba, it is expected ]I church; Cot, $300. eon gathering of Anzonan: h-

of the hcuise." |I LODGE OFFICIAL Frank Steffel early in February three years to chew enough hide tomorrow night.COLORED: that tie fruit will continue to come i I New roof and repairs to floor declared:

It worked. The point of procedure -]' I was ordered paid after some disi -i for one pair of trousers. Both regularly in increasing quantities 816 Duval street. Owner J. K. : You do not scud me t.. y n,-
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overwhelmingly was agreed!i -- I i cus!
to and the path cleared for the:!i: J. M. Humbert. of 804 Caroline Judge Lowe of the facts surround- Only 15 percent of the Tun- ile.-patched tomorrow night it was !I I i General repairs at Caroline and in grave questions of natioia! :.r i

house majority to step in and save, ttreet. this city: has received log; the case. g-jses can read and write. but motor learned at the F. E. C. Car Ferry Simonton streets. Owner, Mrs. international policy. I am 'n t-!

the'administration measure from I|I his appointment PS District Deputy Claim of the Elliott-Fisher company -,j roads are under construction, TODAYEmerson company's of.ice today. i i Charles Curtis; cot, $75. .. senate as a very well-raid i Mwiger < ,
being scuttled. !| Grand Master of Odd Fellows, of $50 due on a calculating schools and hospitals< have been I Repairs to floors at Simonton boy doing your errar-i

I I with headquarters in Key West, machine was approved and order-:.opened and new towns are projected MARRIAGE : and Day street. Owner S. V.liz;; My chief occupation: is -." r- -
| according to announcement made ed paid. I j jt i to replace the old villagesof Clark. 12 years old. l MANY : cost, $250. around with a forked stick pi'kin'op !. -

SON ARRIVES AT i I today. t Clerk Sawyer reported collections -, the wandering reindeer herds- colored lad: suffered a fractured i General repairs at 119 Grin-!: little fragrientu of" patrohn

I Mr. Humbert who is an active : of $5,297 in delinquent taxes! men. left arm when he fell from an ice ;; LICENSES ISSUED nell street. O"J1er.ViJI Richard-; for my comrtituente.

GIBSON'S HOMEMr. I member of the local organization, during the month of April. wagon this afternoon and a rear I Iron: cost. $250. __ Apparently! his..system w. I.
J received the appointment from E.!' I I CUBA CARRIES wheel of the vehicle'passed.. over : Add 21 rooms to the Gibson lie has been in the s'!!'nnt < n'tinuoJy
nktn"!
since 1912
I J. Kirk. grand master at Jackson vARIOUS PLANTS I the limb. : THIRTEEN FOR APRIL AND Hotel, 1015 Fleming street. OwmI' /
i 96 in point of rvi.t1"\
I He *ra* at onitfAkeato a local: er, S. D. Gibson; tort, $1,500. ,i among:
and Mrs.\ Murray Gibson. I ville.The new district deputy grand I 61Steamship PASSENGERS hospital where the arm was placed !! FIVE FOR WEEK END: I New roof at Thomas and Di-:i was reflected last November M. a
1110 Eaton street, an nounce_the ARE DISTRIBUTED: i Trujillo majority of 43.573 votes
master is receiving the congratu- in splints, bruises and abrasions vision street. Owner,
birth of a boy at their home on | lations: of his numerous friends onI I of the right arm dressed after J I INC TODAY Bros.; (cost $150.

Monday afternoon.The I having been selected to fill this Cuba, of the P. and Which: he was carried home. f[ t JEUREKASAILS"

new arrival has been given : important position.ISMALL I I Nearly! 12 dozen papaya plants::, O. S. S. company, tailed yesterday The wagon was not of the Tegalar ATRUSSELL'S
Gib- NEWARRIVAL
the of Thomas Murray j jDuriig month of April \
name the ; !
class 'but is used
{ have been distributed to two:| for Havana :with 54 first delivery wagons
Fon, Jr. Both mother and babyare I ice private In-1!: there were 13 marriage licenses, FOR LONG KEY
second class, for selling by a
SPONGE 1 dozen citizens of KeyVst by i passengers; seven .
doing nicely. i of dividual Ybarmea by name. The 1 issued from the office of Judge HOME.
( the agricultural experimental sec<< .! two automobiles, three tons 1 _
; tion of the Key West Administration -I I freight,: and 133 sacks of mail accident occurred: on Thomas Hugh Gunn Records in the office I S

SPECIALFRIDAY SALE IS HELD for planting in Key West. I Ferry Palma arrived yesterday Street < also show that a like and number:March.was. -- ) Sailing todsy for Long Key u\ as
issued in February
The small trees are to be afternoon from Cuba with 20 can I Mansfield ; the twe-maxted Schooner EnreV'
AND SATURDAY | I Issues for the week ending today Mr. and Mr* Rirpah
who have of pineapples, 11,499 crates five Captain Hall, with Ralph Gun'
yeS
planted by those ansI Russell announce the arrival of a,
Cherry Layer Cake 35c Only a small sale of sponge*'i.S ceived them and will in this way can of the fruit in bulk and 108 HUCKLEBERRY FINN Jeanette were to Leon: Louis; Ted Ingraham Moore and, teven-ponnd son yesterday after-'. of the FERA administration and

Orange Layer Cake ..., 35c was held this: morning at the!i I increase the umber of these attractive sacks of maiL K_ W. H. S. Senior. Play Elizabeth Graham; Orion Lounders S noon it their home. 524 Grinnell j party of worker
fruit onthe -S. S. Ozark of the Oyde-Mal- ] The object of the trip is to F'Pe1J1"e -
The offerings { tropical trees i
dock.
Milk Chocolate Cake 35c municipal sponge II' HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 'S and Anna Charlotte Tuttle; John street. '
: were small and bidding wa:ij I island. They often attract the at- lory Lines,, is due to arrive in and Georgina Jeanette j The new arrival has been riven I a number of young *oron-i
D. Rival
Eveming S.
: from New Friday. Tomorrow 1 i them to Key Wtt
MALONEY PEACOCK ; below normal. I tention of Visitors, it was pointed port tomorrow evening I j Lounders; Gordon Williams and{t the name of Rispah Mansfield tree and bring
I t Total sales amounted to approximately out. Distribution willl continue I I Orleans en route to Miami and RESERVE SEATS AT PACE'S :Maxine Fine. Russell, Jr. for beantification purposes.FFAND.QUENCH .
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N r-- __ .- KEY WEST IN Today In History!l L TODAY'S WEATHER l!i I i inches and Roseburg, Oregon,

IVUly Kxcrpl Sunday B7 The average citizen is gradually learn- ......ea............--.. \ V 30.2H inches. Rains and thunderstorms -
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L. P. AHTMAN. Pr..tdea4 ing more about economics, finance and 1670--Historic Hudson' Bay ;

From TU CUbeD BaUdi&c discus-. Happening Here Just 10 Y ari Company chartered. Temperatures Tampa .............. 70 92 Ilast j 24 hours from the northern
Corner Green and Ann Str..t. government as he reads and hears Ago Today A* Taken From i Highest ................88 Washington! .... 52 64 ( Pleateau region and northonj

sions of the issues of today. The Files Of The Citizen t I 1787-Constitutional Convention Lowest ..h. h.. ....h. ............... .78 Willinon .... "h 32 38 j' Rockies eastward over the souls
al lg Dally Newspaper la Key West and Voaro Mean ....._... .......83 rrn Lake region: and Ohio alloy: ,
County.h.ntered The problems of banking, for example assembled! t in Philadelphia. Normal Mean h..h..h......_...78 I and in the central Plains Statc .
The Key West Chamber of!: WEATHER FORECAST'S..thirly
being heavy in eastern )h-'o:1n.
at Key West. Florida. aa> s con4 claaa matter have had much publicity in the past Rainfall
Commerce received a telegram 1862-Beginning of the Bat St. Louis. 2.04 inches. There have
FIPTT-MXTII TEAK I six years and there are many money "experts" yesterday from Representative J.': tle of Chancf-llorsville) Va. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. (Till 8 p. m., Friday) aha been light: rains in southern
Mr.ber .C taw .a.t Preis I F. Bu= to, at Tallahassee! in which'it Normal. Precipitation .05 Ins. California and dust storms were
West
on the streets of the towns and lkl.. .rd Key and Vicinity: Fair
rr rMerseh..r.erladr.dl.g
'
.Lj Associated Press !. exclusively: : entitled credited to as tIt was stated (hat the proposed l;: -18CS "Stonewall">Jackson aeJ at 8 .Vlurk. fhl. ...r..c. reported this morning/: western
all dispatches -
of news
; .r or republication not otherwl credited In this paper and als cities of the United States. Millions\ of five | en\ [ \ ; \ tax and the' eident ily hot flY his:own' troops I Tomorrow's AlmanacSun rot w Kansas. Temperatures continue be-
the local news publUhed here.'NATIONAL five cent tax on fuel oil had been 1; rises ..?._.* :5:50 a. m. low normal in the northern districts -
Americans have a plan to end depression, killed in committee. Like many;, -die" May 10th. I Sunsets ._._.. 6:58 p. m.: 1 1! with! freezing thi.. momma!

EDITORIAL) unemployment! and tax" buYdens; by some I other members of tbe legislature) Moon rises ..... ..:06 a. m. + ''in the Lake Superior region while
JI ASSOCIATION! Representative Busto takes the, 1017-First two "billion dollar Moon sets: .._._._. 8OG: p. m. I weather prevails in' the
_\l_ <::AeinAs935 device that, they assure us, is easy to put position that the people of the': Liberty Loan offered the public., Tomorrow's Tides cy lower Ohio Valley and Tenne..sr.

.tDJcn..ON SLATES into operation and practically without state are: sufficiently tax ridden J A.M. P.M. ) 6 1 e I with July temperatures in Kentucky -
dn. ..... III.,, at present and there is no further' 1927-Norway discards her i t and readings are a>>ovi> th'
Ju--[ : :- ':'::'.:'. : : blemish in high,. 9:31 10:54
Bla : ::':::: b.saTare. operation. Prohibition decade. '
after
; Months:......_ .. .._. .-. .--_ 2.15 need! of squeezing the taxpayer.! a I Low ..._. 2:53 4:24 I ?ea<=onal average$: throughout
1)a. Month ... .. .... .. ..-,... _. ..81 Most' of us know that the banks of the The present: gas tax is three!I I Barometer at 8 a. m. today: southeastern! section.
s 'NeeU .Z' country have vast sums of money on deposit cents on the gallon and while" .S, :Sea; level 30.02. Winds ; G. P. KENNEDY.Official .
ADVERTISING RATES most of the money is spent; on the l!; in Charge.Mrs. .
without being able to find investments -
Made klllown Oft appltcatlouSl'ECL4L roads the operator of a motor Lowest ]Highest tonight and Friday; -F--j

All reading notices, cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions .f > that meet the requirements of sound boat has to pay the same tax and I Station Last Night Ye!<>tertla{ ) southeast and couth Belle Benchley. who halt
tryect. rbltuary: notices, etc. wlU be cbarg-e4 for ate banking principles. We also realize that gets no use of the roads, )possibly COLUMNPERSONAL :Abilene ............ C* 90 Florida: Generally: fair tonight Charge of the San Diego. (Calif
U- rate ef :e cents a line.Motlrra Atlanta ..h._..' 5C 82 I| and Friday except posibly show. I zoo. the fourth largest in he
for entertainment. by charcnen from which once the hum of recovery gets underwaythere ........................ I Boston 40 U ,* in world claims to be the >nly
t revenge is to b. derived ar. S cents a line. ers Friday extreme north por-
The CUItca I. au open forum and Invites dlsens- will be a flood of loans as banks turn A. P. Jerguson's: ;home: on North! 1 Buffalo __"__'" 38 40 I tion. woman zoological, director
Mon of public issues and subjects of local or general
a.',,.reit. but it will not publish noDymoas commuDI.t.tna. loose the reservoir of accumulated and Beach was among the local realty! ) I'Charleston .__... 70 76 |{ Jacksonville to Florida Straits: .....L_'III.'. .....1.. .......
..!& : STOMACH ULCER GAS'PAINS Chicago 40 46 Moderate southeast and south
dammed-up funds, making in turn for fur transfers this week when Abraham :
WoJkowsky! : purchased the resicJence. -| INDIGESTION: victims why, Denver, _.. 34 58 1 I. winds becoming fresh over north THE SEMINOLE
There is no permanent success in ther loans through the created wealth of The Purchaser did not rayj I suffer! For quick relief get a Detroit 34 48 portion Friday and generally fair Jrk.. _.'ill*. Florid
bank credit. free of doctor'sprescription Galveston 74 78 ('ll\ II. t.H'Il.' Ma.a.ee
sample
tricky methods. whether or not he would l utilize) Udga, a weather tonight and Friday. ,
What we fail to think about, however, it for his familr. B. D. Hall of| at Gardner's Phar Havana ._. 76 Cast Gulf: Increasing southeastand A-h"no human%*.u,mill hoim' fin4'-likt snap' |'NI. ||,|...,M'
macy. Huron ._ 36 44 south winds becoming freshto ..... ,
Sugar Loaf Key. purchased rome romfort and *n rrt.1. '
is the that lies in such situation. .
__ -Upset.stomachs: are ignored, but reversed danger a property on the County Head on I apr23-21-25-30: ; may 1-2-7-8-9-14-! Jacksonville! 70 84 strong over northwest portionand |I err of ernt imp,::::. >
., :\Vhat.will this, mean, ? Simply and inivSSblyJris'ing Kanras City..... 60 78' shifting to westerly Fridayover
Ifr161FOR
stomachs
into the which intends
get. .new. ... 'R' he to build. I .. I \ mtrfl fI.... ....f Iraddlna to*!....
? __..
,. >Ii } KEY WEST 78 88 ; west portion.
> .and likeafyopm.
prices something .
a': r f. .n ...,,1\. ta the heart t She ells
RENT I Little Rock _.... 72 70
re-1
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dow far it'will and how Key Westers generally are --- -
learns how 'i go many Los Angeles 54 66 ? WEATHER CONDITIONS OMMbtnatlnn
little
A man soon h'qJirOj' i bed Ever Room wlU 1'-1)
\[Ct(11 s wilj lie caught in the inexorable quested to the railroad I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Louisville 62 72 and Shower lath. Ra ii... KCeUluK '. '" .
.when a child begins ask questions,,.. station Monday morning: to meet t1' .'tDj :u.hance--; Fan Slat 11m.r (<>r Sun .'r
ion thc'unk Hour Day or Week. Repairall Miami ...... 76 84 : central this '
l.** .or ,1'. I Jn'JiO y fVbm) o\Vn future peak the train and welcome' President:: V"'il aUo!. ., I makes and paint them with Minneapolis ...... 32 42 morning 'over the lower Missouri : of "ytnn. !* ro"JJ. cutrlbtlon : .
i There will be victims elect Gerardo Macnado .
of
j Js.problematical. by Cuba, and Individual (! ?-
Key West is in the throes of the Stone' who will arrive with his Nu-EnameL We carry a full New Orleans .._ 74 84 J Valley and southern Texas Kansas lug Lamps
the millions if we can use past experienceto party supply of parts. Agent for the New York 48 62 t City Mo., 29.60 inches and II\TR
Age. But that's progression and not re guide our reasoning how. from Washington. There will bea Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. Pensacola .. 72 78 Brownsville, Texas 29.64 inches. I Binge!" i ,
trogression.The delegation from Cuba to greet I And sell them as low as $5.00 i Pittsburgh 44 58 I and pressure is high over the "H! n*>niis. Prliate nalh III::.sew
Just as the present effort of right- the No other N.a., rrlialr. llalh :.SR
general. presidentof
down and $1.00 per week. We|i St. Louis .......... 58 70 northern Lake region, off thesouth I 43: KM M,. I'ntalr llafh1 3.55
thinking people is to restore normal values Cuba has ever been accordedso Buy and Sell all makes of used Salt Lake City. 40 54 Atlantic coast, and over the : llom, l'r<,atr Bata as.

only possible Golden Age is that the endeavor of all sane leaders should be hearty of: the a United welcome States by a as president that-I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I I} San Francisco .. 50 62 I far northwest, Sault Ste. Marie, I !I'. amplr 1\t'ItEl II........"PrUalr l: .'....nalh"I.U.IIT I>WIfre n1Etl't .....

of the Golden Rule, even if we are off the directed towards the prevention of abnormal given General Machado by President -J Stowers company 515 Duval Seattle 44 62 MicJu, 30.24 inches, Hatteras. N. I Ir\.cr
street. apr9-tf .
gold standard.: increases which will becom.e dan- Coolidge. He was also happily I ------ --- ----- -- --
received by officials in New' FURNISHED BUNGALOW mod-
gerous and lead to disaster. It is just as
York. Philadelphia! and other I' ern conveniences. 634 William .
Huey Long says there is no such thingas much the business of government, bankers, 1 I cities. street. Apply Valdes Bakery.

over-production. But have a look at financiers and business men to prevent undue 1 apr27 I BO'ydwinkeci

the quintuplets.A rises: as to attempt to save people from Major George E. Brown, U. S. 't
Engineers who was stationed in! PIANO TUNING
'Don
t
undue losses. We can't have one withoutthe Key West for a number of years ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo

parasite is a man who demands other and any scheme of reform that and l was recently transferred to( PIANO TUNER. Laureano Mo- '

,that the Government provide gas for his attempts to throttle the one must also en- Miami, is trip.in The the city major on an inspection -'I cheap.reno. Excellent 1018 Division piano street.for sale!!I j I Be sure to MADE act IN the BALTIMORE.original Davis 100% Pare Paint PIJIEST'AIJf

automobile, so that he can drive down to chain the other. make regular trips to proposesto Key j I apr22-lmol I -- look for Davis 100% Pare Paint has often been IWIIimitatc"

collect his relief money.-Boston Evening West to look over the territoryover i t I rvne this Label beat never duplicated. ..- ::::..
SALE l Davis 100% Pure Paint conform with
FOR
CAUSES OF CRLME which he has jurisdiction.
Transcript.The i h all pre paint Law and is the only paint ::,=:.--
PRINTING-Quality Printing at Uo P URE that carries a guarantee of parity. ::::::::".:
Editorial comment The folks i _
In their efforts to find explanation : ; the Lowest Prices. The Art- PAINT
an
New World Symphony Elm.er are indignant because contribution Cook for this Guarantee the labels r:
I
Davis, (in Harpers Monthly, has a few sour for the increasing prevalence of crime, boxes are passed in churches are'i man Press. aug7 w.hau..wroreeaiaa-7her r-.......,_....._as e.wdar awn.AU .JL.
'
C thoughtful persons have concludedthat not commonly heard denouncingthe \ OTT praJwu an Md ky m m ......... and oM throaah Ouln only_.
notes, otherwise it is very entertaining, many MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. BOO;
though it is about what everybody in Key the tendency to burden the public I sion.theaters for charging admis I sheets 125. The Artman I TBEHBMVISCa G, uJ."f89lI BALTIMOREMn

;West,knows. That there are no chimneys with a growing multiplicity of laws may .1 Press, Citizen Building. jun27tf G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J

because the cooking is done in the backyard ...account for m.uch of the lawlessness which Memorial exercises of Wa!< mg-
ton Camp No. 12, P. O. S. of A..
prevails.
is at least to this writer. now -
; news, -- -
will be held Sunday afternoon in!I!
Speaking before an international convention '
the Strand theater at 3:30 o'clock.j' 1'1"1'1'1"11".1'. AI: >

; .Figuratively speaking Key West has 06 police chiefs, Dr. Carlton Simon The public is cordially < .; r RALL .................o.IeISe5o..........eSSSC.............. ..............

the longest street in the world. It is Duval RaidVe can limit and harass human Relatives and friends cf deceased I S. .
members are requested to sendIloral MAKES ;
street and runs from the Atlantic Ocean to freedom to such an extent that even the
offerings. These!': will be: :
the Gulf of Mexico. But that is not the normally balanced individual feels that he carried to the cemetery at the I ..tpeAt

: only remarkable part of this famous street. is oppressed and will seek unlawful means i close of the services.A = BOYS !

The most notable annotation is that only of expressing his personality." j
large number of took
boys
: four property owners pay their taxes, Through the operation of innumerablelaws part in the parade which was held

: three of whom are non-residents. and\ the activities of government yesterday afternoon in connection -I

e agencies employed thereunder, we are restricted with the celebration of Boys r DO YOU PLAY BALL?
Week, sponsored! by the Rotary
Alfred I. duPont, wealthiest Florida inspected, spied upon, investigated Club. Hundreds cf residentswere I I : .

Resident, who died in Jacksonville, Monday and caused many unnecessary an- on the streets to witness the ;

favored abolition of the adjt'alorem noyances which are resented by a people boys in their procession through i i o

tax and adoption''of jthjs sales tax/neasure& who: love: freedom.f the principal streets' of the city !
to Bayview Park.( :tier; the parade ,
.. which are absorbing the attention!! of the :7? If, mo'rfattention were paid to ap- : was disbanded.
lawmakers at T4Hah'assee; at tiltiliflmeut.? jT'rehen linj| and punishing real criminals n- II If you do, and you want to get a good baseball ..

The financier indorse d.thi. sales 'taxoc: :vhile: allawiAg: jgreaier freedom from Robert -J. Perry Chaser of:. ;)e. bat worth :30c; or a baseball mitt worth :35c bring!
J \\folayi. n give a !lelit3. !nfertainitter.ts <
the reasons that eiicduraged fnigalitj f harassment'\to rfripeclable citizens, we within tjv ,text fthi-1
:
I ; your Mother to our store and let her see if she does .
it is equitable it' is adequate at 'an* 'tlrne., > should doulhlessihare. :a more lawabidingand month. This va |ann(>:m"" and it i.s not destructive of values." happier citizenship.KEY tr: the meeting l last ight.1"H fi ir ti I h:' not want some of our exceptional bargains in house- "
of these entertainments will 'K ft ,. ..
i boat rids troui.d the "i' rlo." which hold and supplies. : .
I ware
I ,
Politics makes strange bedfellows, but WEST AND RELIEF i will be enc ".J by the chapter TREVOR & MORRIS,
members and their friends. 1.1.I i
r no significance can be attached to Hoover I INC.---
!I
i
and Smith speaking on the san\e plat-' (Sebring American) Great Britain's drive for safer j "Oldest Continuous Ford : Your Mother will find many articles of great :

form, going to the movies together and being While Julius F.Stone Jr. Relief AdnunLstra. I flying shortly will compel every? Dealer is the World"I

photographed smiling at each other. tor of Florida, has been subjected to some criticismin I British passenger! plane to carry interest in our store.
and I
radio transmitting
receiving
While in doing .so they blend two great the rehabilitation program of Key West, we be- aparatus. l

l American characters lieve the funds were well spent. A new life,-a I ,
and diminish their
,.
-- worth
If she buys $1.00 of household goods-
new enthusiasm seems! to have been infused into :
identities, it is a case of misery loves com

pany. Both are former defeated presi- the inhabitants of our southern city. The impetus [ h: you can have your choice of bat or mitt. .

dential candidates and have that in com- given by the Federal Administration has lifted ,

a mon. Key West out of the "Slough of Despond" and Important

now the city is headed :for better times. S. We also have a real man's bat worth 90c and ;

Human nature is the same If the city in which those dwell who are ;so :Announcements.. -. maybe Mother will buy $3.00 worth of household !Ii

where. Complaints have been every-I quick; with their uitf is i'were to loss its plants, -f. ''. c.tt ,

to Washington that it is difficult factories and businesses: one after another until a ilk \.: goods, and then you can have this better bat. :
.. ._ concerning the redemption of First and .
workmen of the various trades to leave the once powerful industrial "netropolis became only
,
,- 4 'Fourth! Liberty :Moan.Bonds have been
:
I shadow of its former self, those critics -would ; "
easier relief jobs and work for individuals, :a ; : <
made by the Trea ury Department this I This offer is good as long as our premium stock .
either for temporary or parmanent jobs.! I yelp for help liked couple?of dogs in the quick* j IG. Ji .. :, -i : :
The clamor has become so great that the I sands. .d. *. ''L I l lasts. -

government is taking heed. To avoid the During the past decade, Key West has had :

charge of individuals and private industry enough civic disasters to throw most cities. It is We would be pleased to have you !:1

that they can't get men because they are time that those who remained in business there consult. us

working for the government, the president get some sort of a break. I -

plans to have men assigned to private em- On, the other hand there are those cities "Your home is worthy of the best"

ployers from the work relief rolls when- which fully believe that any federal money ex- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK -

ever private employers ask for them. It pended outside of its own city limit is just so OF KEY WEST f'" South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

is gratifying to know that the governmentis much money thrown away. I

willing to cooperate in this respect. Thatin We believe that where one part of Florida- is Phone 598 White and Eliza StreetsGE :
Member .of-.h. Federal Reserve-
itself is some relief for employers, and benefited, the whole! state is i beneficially af 1 ......................................................................

shows a degree: of. progress. fected.' 'p H '";. .II.1'I.I"I.I

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PAGE THREERECH



[SERVICE PLAYERS -hung up a record for runs scored j 1 r C. Hernandez; two base hits: C.

I I and hits made in a seveninninggame. I I Hernandez 2, M. Esqninaldo 2, L

( [I They scored 36 runs on 35 : Baeo; stolen bases!: Tynes 2,

TROUNCE LEGION IN[ hits, which were good for 47 Ogden, C. Hernandez. L. Garcia,

Frohock 2. Manucy Cooper, Bark.
STXOPS1S: Tkt marHagt of street one dark evening with their SPORTS DIAMONDBALLTILT] bases.! !! The Administration tent i i er, E. Roberts; bases on balls: off

mot Jmt on and,*.Jant rock Stlmton wken tk vat. fcirr ml- arms about each other.It ; scored 9 runs on 11 hits. !I Roberts 2, off Garcia 9; struck

of moment.tvta changed/ .tverytkintor,. was decided thereupon by Miss ; Boy: those office bunch sure out: by Garcia 7; time of game:
a But o* tvia died and
Jam **ddtlf witkdrtwat.. a Julia and others that all of the 'i 1 can take it! They wanted to play 1:30; umpires: Gonzalez and

curioii,.. c* it lor her talker tckont James ta. due to that difficult process knownas 1--
*...cl* 4...{,< in hit own tome IJknn** -- In the two 69 runs were
games,
"to"* Jan and tatv ker U.not.of."_. u.And. 4ATilvixff other and that now that this was successfully 1I .oeeee.ee........................................1 ISTRATION UNIT IN SECOND they were afraid the risingsun I scored t 1 hits were made and 23
accomplished they would I GIANTS DEFEAT I i( would have stopped it, any marked
errors up.
live happily ever after quite as New CONTEST
Concord expected FOLLOWING THROUGHBy way I
had from tin first.
Chapter 34 It is hard to say who was the
Hiss Julia however had teen In DODGERS DEAN (I Standing of the club:
WINDFALLTHE' I ; ( JOVE) I leader. at bat, for every one of
Club- W. L Pct.
possession of this comforting belief (By JOVE) I
baby, for all its care, eontin- only a few months when she riegan. 1 1 MASTERS REDS .........................- .- .- .- .-.-.-.- .-.- .G .....- .-.-.-.-.-.-.- There were two diatnondball'j! the Club players and scored hit more than Army ._....... ..,_.__._ 2 0 1.000
I one safety
Tied an unhappy walling: : morsel like Nappy in spite of herself! tosuspicion' 1 Now I will try to tell the fans,, another fight I know that he games played yesterday at Bay- runs. one or more I i|'Cuban Club ..._.._._..... 2 0 1.000
I A ,
......__ 0 1.000
that 1
something
of It was 1I of the city what our boys are doing |still has a lot of fight left in his In leaders Ir Lighthouse -
the the
humanity. laughed and field
never view Park. the were:
In first the
again wrong with James. I from here. game i Recreation ....___..__.. 1 0 1.000
crowed like other babies and seemedto He passed her house daily gotag CLEVELAND INDIANS INCREASE away t system. Don't; neglect yourself Service ten defeated the Legion i!r Martinez and A. Hernandez for Bayview Park ............ 0 1 .000
I Pete, but train before fight
resent being brought even for a ''to and returning from his oQce. Sre First I will start with Chelo : if to every Drum and Bugle Corps by a score '!I Ithe club and Manucy and Barker Administration __-. 0 1 .000

time into this world. noticed first that his shoulders were. LEAGUE LEAD BY Castillo who is playing with Tallahassee zonneri.; of 21 to 3. :)j for the Office bunch. I Garage ...._...._........__ 0 .000
,
Doctor White said afterwards that beginning to droop like those of an Frohock hit one safely in one
.000
2
0
he had always known the child would old man. Later It seemed ta her that WALKING AWAY WITH CHI. Fla., in the Georgia-'a' notcher. You will see what a At bat the leaders were Briri official trip to the plate. lie i American Legion =-

never lire. James felt so sorry for the his eyes and manner lacked their I CAGO WHITE SOX Florida League. They call him difference it will be in your next del, with four hits in as many walked three times and scored Standing of the pitchers:
little fellow that he was almost glad old time assurance and there was no Joe up there, but he is still Cheloto contest. three runs.
I trips to the plate; Sands, with two PiuherW.. L. Pet
when he died aged fire months and doubt that Then she saw him to talk i --- us.!! On Thursday afternoon I Score by innings!!: R. II. E.
I I C. Garcia CC ....._ .. 2 0 1.000
safeties ,
Mven days, from lack of vitality.It to be bad. after the greetings littleor i 1 they played'Panama City and won I in two tries. Club ...... 763 318 8-36 35 4 t j
.. As to the -
4"l rrlal The Citlmrm) fights which will beI Ortega, Ser. .. .. 1 0 1.000J.
grieved James Inexpressibly nothing to say. by a> core of 8 to 2. Castillo was In the field, the outstanding Admin. _. 105 102 09 11 101 I .m"
NEW YORK, May 2.The held next Saturday night I will i u Walker. Jr., Rec. 1 0 1.000
that his son had rot lived .the third hitter the He Ward
long on line-up. players were: Douglas; and Batteries: C. Garcia and E.: !
enough to learn how truly his father TIllS from James. who had always Giants defeated the Dodgers, 8 to played second base and got one say this much:*Gilliard was supposed for the Service outfit, and Bar- Martinez; E. Roberts and J. C. Stickner. Light 1 0 1.000Richardson's

loved him or what friends they bubbling over with conversation 3. Homers by Frey and Danny hit in four times at bat had four'I the to come down Sunday with roso for the Legion. Cooper. I I

might have been. Jane tried to keep was enough to cause Miss Taylor accounted for all the' putouts and three assists no errors told baseball the club but Polly Huau Score by innings: R. IL Eo1 Summary: Errors: McKinley 3,
writer that Gilliard
her grief her own as she had tried to Julia sleepless hour. Not was
many a one sacrifice hit and was i Legion Oil 001 0- 3 7 9. De-
I II Eglebert 2. Frohock. Cooper
her Brooklyn runs as the Dodgers hit in training and could not breakit j j
child
keep all to herself.
long after she noticed with! growing O1
the pivot man in a double play.! I I Service .._. 742 080 x-21 18 meritt Sibila 2, Ogden Bazo, A.1 GroceryFRIDAY
,
"Why do ;yon lock me out so completely uneasiness that the Judge seemed Parmellee safely only seven times.i to play balL He also said that
On Friday they played the same Batteries: Hjort McCollough Hernanlez C. Hernandez home
r asked James I I Indian Brown ; AND SATURDAY
gently one worried and unhappy A little later : wes in perfect shape
Frey belted one. over the right club and lost by a 11 to 9 score. and A. Fernandez. O. Fernandez; O. three base
day He kept puzzling to find out it for the I run: Esquinaldo;
why
was Impossible to Ignore the dls-! fight predict that K. O. SPECIALS
_
I field wall in the second the only Castillo; Jut two safely, batted ''n'I Rojas will .win from Gilliard by Ortega and B. PowelL hits: Alfonso. L. Bazo, .C. Garcia i

hit off Parmeiee in the first five two runs, stole one bate had two: Summary: Errors: Sawyer 4,
: the quickest: route and that the Butter tt _.. ...... .. 34He
c ; putouts and two assists.! On Sun- Ortiz 2, McCollough. A. Fernan- h. -
innings, but the New' Yorkers Xebo-Indian Brown fight will bea
day, they were defeated by Panama dez, Hjort; three base hits: Brin- ,,1,1 Maxwell House Coffee tb 31c

finally went to victory. City by a 7 to 5>> score. In cision draw if or he, Brown lasts the will 10 get required the de- del. Sands; two base hits: Brindel i,i Bliss Coffee, tt h..hu..-. 2Se

Dizzy Dean bested the RedLegs. this game Castillo was, the star. rounds. But John Nebo not 2. McCollough, L. Powell; stolen ARCHER'Si I Kaffa H ar. tt ....._____... 49c

a r# 5>> to 2, the Cards making it : The following I quote from the let the'Indjan J may bases! : Nodine 2, A. Fernandez 2,: i i Sugar, 5 \bJ ..,:-.._._..-....-. 25e
r. two out of three in the series by Daily Democrat of Tallahassee,'. andthen go the required 10rtanzas Douglas 2; hits: off Hjort 10 in'' GROCERY"The j Milk. tan ._._....... 10e and lie
what I'll tell
defeating Cincinnati in the concluding Fla.: "Joe Castillo, Tallahassee 2 innings, off McCollough 8 in 4 I Cream 6 case .... 40c and 44c
contest. Dean held the: second baseman, led the Capitals'j i you, it is hard to pick a winner innings; bases on balls: off Hjort J Store That Serve Tomatoes, can .._.._.".......... 5c

4 af when two good men meet in a Be.t" .........._.....
I Reds to three hits until the eighth : with three singles and a triple in'I 1, off McCollough 4; time of; You Salt, 3 pkj '''-' lOc
I ring. So what: is the use your Guavas 2H size can ..... 20c
when he weakened enough to walk : five times to the plate. The hefty i game: 1:15; umpires: Maximo and I
t guess! is as good as mine. I QUALITY THAT; COUNTS Pears, 24 size can .._.-._ .... 22c
two in a row and grant a double, i infielder also handled 10 Stanley j
i I Peaches, 2H site can ._ 18e
I I -
but pulled through in the ninth i chanches without a bobble to lead I II Every woman likes to be Siam Rice. 5 Ibs. ?.._ _" .. 35e

after Byrd trippled and Kampouris! the local field." In the second: LEAGUE STANDINGS In the second game that was proud of her but she can't Baked Beans, 6 can ........ 28e

singled him in. Medwick knockeda I I game; the Panama City team also i iI ; played last night the Cuban Club do it with cheap stale foods. Jelly, 3 ft Los __.__-.-..... 24c

t r 1cT homer for the Cards. I I ron by the score of 11 to 7. In I That is why so many housewives I Flour 6 tb sack .___m. ...-.-. 28eOvaltlae
I
The Cleveland Indians downed' this contest Castillo hit two singles -I II 1,I shop at our store. Theyare .small .......-.m... 35c
j I AMERICAN LEAGUE I I _....__.. 6Sc
the Chisox 11-5 and thereby increased 1.. at I Ovaltine, l large ---
in four trips to the plate. sure of quality reason-
I Club- W. L. I Prunes. 24 size can __ 22c
their league lead.The I stole one base and handled five .... Monroe Meat Market able prices. ,
Cleveland h.h. 9 2 1,1 ; Gas Crackers, pug. ...-.-.. 24e
Tribesmen drove Sad Sam Jones' chances without ah error. It seemsas pct.1 ...... .
.
Chicago _-... 9 4 Welcome Responses : Sausages in Lard, ca. 15e
f from the mound in the fifth it-; if Castillo has made the grade.:j; Xew York .__........_...*. 9 5 DRESSED CHICKENS, reduced We I Potatoes, 10 Ibs. __.___..-.. 2Se

ning.The' I hope he continues playing as! he''Boston' n.n ._._ 8 5>> .615 from 35c to 30c Ib i Account I Tarn Fish can ._._____........._ 15c
Washington; Senators de- has done to the present.! The i i I Tomato Paste, lOc siae
up j '
8 6
feated the Yanks 7 to .The Nats in this league follows:'! Washington .571 until further notice. All Competition met with 2 for ._..........._ ._...-.-. 1Se
standing Detroit .......___.__...___ 5 9 .357 .. .
scored three in ninth-in- Low Prices and High Cod Fisu Cakes 2 cans 2ScPimentos.
runs a Albany! four won. one lost!" ; Panama -;|St.! Louis ...___._.___.. 2 10 .167 .Quality. I I 3 .. 2SeRivso
cans
ning rally against a trio of pitchers City three won, one loft; j!i FRIDAY and SATURDAYLEG 4 -- -- -
.
Philadelphia ._._... 2 11 .154 Order AU Foes N.I.i I 3 pkgs.-------- 24e

to defeat the New Yorkers. Thomasville three won, one lostj; I OF LAMB, i Through U.t e I S. -FI..ta. can __._...-..... 23e

Jake Powell's double drove in the Tallahassee, one won three lost; :i,i. NATIONAL LEAGUE per Ib.. .. .. ...- 28c Ivory Soap. 6 bars ........ ... 34c

winning run. Moultrie, one won, three lost;I 1 I Club- W. L. Pet i; Fish Turtle Tomatoes, 3 Ibs. ..._....... .. 25c

sa The Boston Red Sox downedthe Americus. ore won. four lost. : New York ___..._.._._h_. 8 3 .727 PORK SHOULDER, 20ci Fruits Vegetables String Beaas. 2 cans ._ 25c

Mackmen 8 to 6. The defeat i' Brooklyn ...,_ 9 5>> .643 per Ib ... --......-. ..- I I Calumet Baking Powder,
( j'I I Meats f moan _.... ,.__ .,.. .... 2Sc
Miss Julia thinks the Stimsons have "made up." was the sixth straight for. the Athletics : 8 5 Roll -- ---
William Cates Chicago .615 BUTTER Country :
idol played
Our 33c Product Pig Feet, jar ...... 18e and 28c
things went between them Sanford I'I St Louis 7 7 .500 R ___.... Dairy i
wrong In quietly Tact that the old man bad another game for the per iPbone l Cooked Brains, 3 cans 2Se

spite of all his efforts. stopped bragging about "his bey." The summaries: Celery Feds last Thursday, against I'Cincinnati! ..._...._._ 7 8 .467 i Phone 67 Free Delivery '

"No man could understand said In fact the Judge changed the subJICt NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I the Daytona Islanders. The latter)!{I Pittsburgh ..._..__.___n'_. 6 8 .429 411 Free Delivery i Phone C58-R Free Delivery

Jane quite truthfully. James was l } more than once wheu Miss Julia Brooklyn R. II. E. nine won by a 3 to 1 score. In the j!i i I Boston ...._... 5 7 .417 i Street iI I 814 Fleniar. Street *
510 Fleming Eaton Elisabeth
New York _____..._... 8 11 1 and Streets
fated never to understand. talked of James and this latter upset 'I m ninth, Cates drove in the only run i I Philadelphia ___..__...__ 2 9 .182 i I
Miss Julia more than anything else. Brooklyn __'O..h ..........---- 3 7 31 :
( For some reason James was madeto his club made with a sharp singleto j
He avoided her Batteries!!: Parmelee and Man-\
more or less for ,
feel vaguely guilty about the chlldren's I left. In the field he handled GAMES TODAY
some months but Babich Lamanske .Vance,
one evening became cuso; ,
deaths. Mrs. Northrup hinted four chances without an error. On
In to see her soon after Munns and Lopez.At .
openly In his presence as elsewhere supper in four
Sunday he hit a single AMERICAN LEAGUE
and she knew In a moment that he r
that the twins had Inherited their In times!; at bat and handled six Detroit at St. Louis-Rowe vs.!
was a towering rage. Cincinnati R. 11. E-
lack of constitution from their I

grandmother on the Stimson side- He eat for a long time twitching St Louis ...............__...... 570 chances without an error. I be- Blaeholder.

Dr. Jim's beloved Molly. No matter about uncomfortably in his chair and Cincinnati ...__._......._....... 260 lieve Cates is just petting to be I (Only game scheduled., )
his old relf rnd that he will be a
what happened in the family. It glowering at his unhappy hostess Batteries: J. Dean and Davis;I NATIONAL LEAGUE
who rocked Impatiently back and I I starlit this league before the end
seemed to James Mrs. Northrup Johnson Derringer and Campbell. New York at Brooklyn-Hubbell -
forth and elaborately made conversation. J of May, is my honest belief. He -
later the
managed sooner or to lay i Mungo.Philadelphia.
blame on him. while she speculated! uneasily has had a little "stage fright vs.
Pittsburgh at Chicago, postponed at Boston Bivin
on whatever ailed the The like he -
man. but now he is playing j
THE winter following UtUeNorris' Judge meanwhile listened not at all. cold weather. knows how.Another. I vs. Rhem.
IN to what Miss Julia was saying and 1 (Only games scheduled:)
death. James had a windfall .
Philadelphia at Boston postponed
plunged Into his grievances In the
of five thousand dollars from a weather. local boy, Pete Nebo.
very midst of one of her sentences. cold I
case he had taken on a contingency That who was-and still is the pride ofi KEY WESTCOLONIAL 0
woman's
fee out of sheer weakness and kindheartedness ruining my boy.
-
i i Ke'West. lost Monday night to
and you know It." he burst oct finally AMERICAN LEAGUE HOTELIn
and never expected to without At New York R. II. i Jackie Davis in Miami. It wasa
any pretense! at pre I F-i,
win.That liminaries. Washington .. .. 7 10 2' sad finish for the Seminole Indian the Center of the Business
five thousand dollars -- -- -- ----- '
comingall !:;
In a lump did a great deal to restore "What woman?" asked Miss Juliaa I New York ...................... 6 7 2 j I because, with his experience, and Theater District
bit belligerently.Who Batteries Pettit. Weaver and he Should have been able at
.
James :
waning selfrespectthat I I, '
and his ability to pay back to else but your precious Jane I Bolton; Tamulis, Malone, Gome]r least to finish the fight. y Pete First Class..-Firepro f- ,.

Mr. Northrup tWkoatj' belhjcji; who was }supposed to be.'toe' only 1 find Dickey. thinks that pll he need flow is togo Sensible Rates

rowed from him.. Mr. North TOP, to person lit Newt C Concord fit'to'marVyhim. ; ----- j I' into a ring with l hia'reputation { 3 t ts

le sure. took most ,of,the .I Ipd oat one.but I don't yon.1 daresay'Walt\a&word ool1 to any,. I liIAt;| Cleveland R. II. and'win a fight He will learn his/I COFFEE' SHOP NOW OPElCar.c. > '
'
$f his sails by promptly making the this womfen'in Chicago h.....__._r_..... 5 tI E.I I mistake-after a few good I lacings.. .J .

check over to Jane.> but even so know faster town ttian tell each the? other trboW*al'.! .they< i plevelaad..........___...._-.11 11 I He !most prepare himtelf aol train I Elevator.. .
James could again hold his head up r Batteries Vance and as any other prize fighter doei -*. Prices :,tY
Jones. Popular
"But I tell you that that wife of I : .
and not feel guiltily conscious every I i for If he doesn't, he'trill not win' ;
Lima he looked his ratherln.law'lnthe James already Has stnaskbd!( to1 pieces' gewell; Hudlin and Myatt.At 1: 8.i

eye.James all 1 worked so many years to build !! -
up. She's so afraid of spoiling him Philadelphia R. II. E.
felt so elated over his un
expected to make by praise that she never praises him Boston ...._....._.....u.. ._ 892 '
ability money that
ha took Jane East on a seven weeks' Xo matter what he does she arts Philadelphia ..... _.__..... 612 3 -i ityke

trip and spent much of what he had I like It wasn't such a much that if Batteries: Ostermueller Grove, BOTH r _

left In the bank-to Mr. Northrnp's she had been there she would hare Rhodes. Hockette. Walberg, Welch TRY
:done a better Job.
unmitigated disgust and P. Ferrell; Wilshere Dietrich
1 tried tell her
The trip however, proved a great to once that thatwasn't Ca areUa. Cain, Lieber and Foxx. q ,'
the way to treat the boy but
success and Jane lame back looking
she shut her lips like a bear trap and
and feeling like her old self with Detroit at St Louis, postponed,

her confidence In her husband.somewhat They reestablished seemed my told own me business.In so many" words to mind rain and cold weather ONE IS RYE-THE Yeuft ONE Te wlofe CHASM

'But' she seems so fond of him.
to have ironed
out most of their differences
said Miss Julia meekly. "She takes.
ia the weeks they were
such good care of him and runs his OTHER BOURBON !
away.James house so nicely. I see him coming: I '. There's one essential on which beauty specialists
was once more happy and
buoyant: Jane again pretty and en- and going to his mnls like clock everywhere agree-the use of plenty of hot water. .
work. She: to know how 'RUSSELL'SCICiORE'
seems tomanage
tertaining and willing to talk about him better than his aunt yr 1 1 1 It stimulates circulation induces relaxation .
i
I offi I
something other than her health. t tV -
Jennie Cronell reported that Jane did." and of course it cleanses. Hot water is, in fact, the

tad spoken of their trip as a second (CoIIJtTfJ1 UU. Mattel 17. Farnhaml I greatest beauty secret of all! ,

honrymoon. Miss Julia came upon

the two Stimsons walking up a side mouthful.The Judge to"'.gives....... Miss Julia a I # You may have an abundant supply, steaming hot

-- -- -- i j ks's whenever you want it-easily and inexpensively.

..........0....ee.e.....'| York City editor and author, bornI $1.75 down and $1.75 a month is all it costs to own

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FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1935.I" i

..........t***.*.*.*******...................... "I"JlTI".er.4T.4T.4T .................................................
counties, many of which get more
THE LINES The 'Inside' of The News revenues than are necessary to NOTICED
Stores' SUBSCRIBERS
:-: SOCIETY : : [At The ]] I. By OSCAR M. JOHNSON The assign to bond! carrying charges. .

If SSSSSSS.SS.SSSSSSS.SSSSSSSSSSS.....555S. I. excess: is therefore used for the summer months
I ............................................J.... yon do aet receive jour TALLAHASSEE May 2.- that general county costs. my
paper by 6:15 o'clock in the strongly a crusade for regulation office hours at night will be dis
afternoon call telephone 51 When opposition to the drastic of automobile interest'
:
Enjoyable Party Given Tuesday J RICHARDSON'S LEGALS continued. Office hours from
SPECIALS Florida Act I
and a paper will be sent to Recovery sponsored rates would be comparable to a' 12
to 1
only, daily Sundays.
Evening At Cuban Club Rooms I If you haven't yet read the grocery your borne. A complaint boyis by independent merchants over $5.00 rate for automobile tags in 1% Til* 4 lIne-s IT i Ol IIT OP TUB except
I( specials at Richardson's Grocery on'duty at this office from the state, conceited of tacking a effect on the electorate, since it; TU r\TIKTil: IMI-l\l. <-IKC"I IT! Calls must: be given before t 5; p.
I advertised in today's issue of 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the referendum to the bill they saved would be pictured that millions., 01 lMI* TIIK foil!'.T\TK MOMtOK OK Fl'011111%.. |m. After this hour only emergency -
< ot "T\
One of the most outstanding:t well Vivian Saunders Shirley The Citizen turn to Page Three purpose of delivering com the "face" of many another mem- would be saved automobile purI -| 1% s'll %><'.:IU'. I j ji cases< will be seen by me.
.
and best enjoyed social events of:1 Velasco, Helen Russell, Faye.,.1 cow. Prices are lower than ever. plaints. Help as five you 100 ber who would have no doubt liked -I chasers. |i i n- at Matur Jfstit.,,Porter f th. Appli-Kirkc DR. N. C. 1'1 T ADO.
the week was the Muk-Muki-O J Richardson's store is known percent service by caling 51 to have voted against the bill ; to Iesni.5r".- I_Ur.FINAL. .
party given at the Cuban Club i Adams, Ada Rodriguez Lottie throughout the city for its -low if you da not receive The Citi- .It was advanced by proponentsof It is apparent that the' Retail This; PKCHEE I Riayl-H

Tuesday evening. All who at:.1 McLean, Winnifred Shine, Ercilia prices' and, high quality merchandise. zen. the referendum that no amendment -, Merchants Association, as such,; heard this matterming da upon the vlt Report is. ir of
tended this event expressed themselves *1 Falcon. Mary Yvonne Cuery; Margaret I :to'the constitution ever sub-I has broken with Governor Sholtz,:| J. Ianclot .Lester.. Special MaMtri'in The department of plant breeding -
<.han..r tt whom '
as having a wonderful time.'I Falcon Thelma Mendoza, 1'111.1'1"< :I mitted to the people was of greater i at least to the point that it is un- I flint hrmn 3 wax h.rel"torefrrl the prtitton'j at Cornell University has
The first of the Estella Barroso Moranna Ochoa importance effect than the willing to that r.tl with direction to testlmnns1!
part eveningwas 'i i SALE AT LONG'S ..s.SS.SSSCSSSSS.SSSSSSS or agree a sales: taxis I take : i ian developed an odorless cabbagv.
.
taken up with a series ofparty I! Audrey Thompson, Helen Cates Real bargains in genuine Wal- anti-chain st&re bill. .Senator j in order under any condition, | c"flipsl.n<1 makr..t inquiry and qualification to the capacity of.
games. In the word con-, Helen Saunders, Josephine Ubieta, nut Modern' Dining Room Suitesare 'PERSONAL MENTION Gillis, of Walton, regarded as one school financing or otherwise. .1 I JexiM. ''..rh'r Kirkf a married ..,-1 two years.
test, Mrs. James Higgs. was declared -! Virginia Compo, Nela Arno, Dora adverti'ed of the ablest of members summed For: the purpose of conducting a i man... to, take charge of and manaK. I
Furniture -
Long's h
winner. Arno, Edna Mae Larsen, Celia Store in this by issue of The 1-........Sf..S.....555 555 up reasons for submitting the 5 Campaign against the imposition I; liernmr r..anIsle a Tree dealer and property and upon and the.to| ,

After this the rest of the eve-I Salgado, Xenia Hoff, Winona Citizen. With each suite purchased Harry Baldwin, assistant keeper -I act to a referendum vote of the j of a bales; tax, an organization |'j Master testimon and taken submitted before with naid said Special'. PALACE
ning was taken with dancing j Lounders. people with clarity. .He said that i not for profit known as Public rr-\\
up there is an attractive gift of at Carysfort lighthouse arrived P..rt; and the Court being natisfli. T<-m Tvloi, inBORN
A good musical program was furnished -I Ralph Diaz Richard Russell< a. beautiful buffet wall mirror. 1 yesterday for a visit of four the people themselves should be j: Opinion. Inc.. has been chartered,I. a of. to the the said capacity Jessie and Porter qualification--Kirkr. TO BATTLE

by Tommy's popular dance I Floyd Dillon, Wadsworth Dcmeritt. Read Long's advertisement in! weeks with his family. I permitted to say that an emergency -; and the state is being plastered marrl.-d "'-vman. to t.k. ehargi- "ii a I i, l Ralph itratevLniilon' m

orchestra. During the !intermission -[ Delio Cruz, Annibal Ar- The Citizen and make real sayings existed, as declared by Recoveries -j with dodgers and newspaper ad- and propertx.manage and her to own estate free1dealer and TICKET TO A CRIME

a refreshment course was" mayor, Ray Nicholas Alvis Smith, on household furniture. Mrs. Maiden Bethel, who was as the basis of their ,,'ertil'incolumns/ with advertise- in every respect become and a the Matinee. I0-I5c Night 15-2Sc
served, consisting of beer, olives, Gilmore Parks Frank Lund, Gil- I,pending a while with relatives ; bill. .Secondly was the remedy I nients, indicting any Administra-:. Court being. fully advised in (1.pr.mis.s. ... ; :

cheese and crackers. I bert' Demeritt Bernard ElwooJ, CROWD AT left yesterday for her home at l to be sought under the bill the | tion sympathy with a sales taxI herebr thereupon ORPKRED AD1..I'r"1.I - -- -- -
PLAZA -
Those attending were: i I Louis Gonzalez. Rene /flvarez] i', Rock Harbor. proper and lo:;ical remedy?. .I for whatever purposes. emergency; I ). and DECKKED as fpl I
Solita Cobo, Juanita Mayg',John Gibson, Chester! Knowles, Plaza Restaurant Shop has be- Thirdly, that the unorganized :I I or jetherwise.! Dodgers signedby I lows I. That Tix- the
Report of
Grace Rivero, Georgia Saunders; Paul Mesa, Douglas McCarthy come more popular than ever since'! I!I I Larry Gardner. assistant cashierat ultimate consumer which would Public Opinions, Inc., believed I :Master! in Chancery filed the 5-gINrial ,, -- NEVERBEFORE

Martha Carbonell, Rosemary Saun-:" Curtis Stanton. Isidore Winthrop., advertising the nickle specials in the First National Bank left pay: the 5 percent general increasein i I to be sponsored by at least leading in l3i.;..n he 1h.< and Sib the das of \pril.\ 1)
in
Fame hereh
ders Mjelvie Nottage, Catherine'! Ray Russell Wilson Jolly, Jack: The Citizen yesterday. Since yesterday afternoon for Lower prices wliich independents ad-:i retail merchants as individuals confirm.I in all! rexpt-cts

Saunders Virginia Perez, Cecila:I! Dillon Octavio Gonzalez Nick opening up this morning there has Matecumbe to pay off the veterans I mitted would be the result, should ,: are sharp in their points ::. That .Jesuit i'orter Kirk. .

Ellsworth Isabel Armayor, Grace:: Fernandez Jeff Knight, Robert been a large crowd in the place asj I j! at the bridge camps. themselves be given the opor-I of attach, holding back no possible h..r.-t.petition'. rant",1 h r..in.a I-'n;tand. t.. mana%h i>- P
SUCH A
Perez, Edna Pinder, Consuelo Car-;: Curry Hector Barroso William one can now eat at the Plaza much ,< tunity to say whether they punch. .tak. .'h.irKof.. and .ontrol net
,
cheaper than !! ftfrs. Eugene Sands, who ppendsj: > n estaten.| property and to I I.me ,.
food ;
mona Romalda Russell, Barbara. Johnston, Evelio Rueda, Andrew preparing atj I I i j to ,shouldetathe. burden.I I .... a frw_d-a"- In even resnein ..' SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE
her 5rth"
home. I I summers in the H< with] .
c.reYt.iLeodawnJe -g r Car.I Imelin Elwood Jack Saunders Ogood'< I !I _ There is little chance that there: a *d4.**! w ith 111. tatutc..., .,' -
; *
:, relatives, plans to leave this week I W !'. I the ttaf*. tet'rp|..rt ami ..
'; I i LV ( bM at this
Alfonso, Rose Crusoe! Rita Kemp, 'Earl 'Ingraham WalterWilliams : := will be of he low pricol
and) will return in -fE5'afl2lt\ Proponents of the referendum I Ii ,I any ;disturbing } use cutitsl.osc ut her .....
Finder, Dora Machado.( OfeliaMa'chado. 1 Marco' :Mlesa.: FURTHER. MEAT REDUCTIONS |knew.thit'its adoption would sound I three cents of the* gasoline tax I property .l-a.h.. saae routiner

'Blanche' n.rnaftdezI i Mr.; and' Mrs.: Chas. Salas, 'Mr. Other reductions in the price j I I Mariano Ponce, tile worker who. the death knell of the recovery I J I,: now going to bond retirement .I "IN'I>np.atTKl ferf-jaicinicle
YOlanda 'Mendoza_ Florence, Walk. and""l\Int! James Higfrs,: '.Mr.;:,''and. I of meat was announced today by;,; has been employed on several' act. &.So.j? did the proponents of I II I I Since 1929, holders of road and.1.I .at.rApflEA.!K jBJVeet'Florida| : this, 1th ,

er; Agnes. 'hJket'J. "Thelma At-'' )trs.:;C. Rivas. :Mrs.'R.' Del a(!o.I Monroe Meat Market. Today's;, projects in Key WesC; including; I the bill jtfelf. .There was a general -I I bridge bonds have been getting I -.;.IBFFKRM rxm>S II. l'R
,1 I advertisement affects the price of;;,;, laying/ the floor at the Habana- feelmg prevalent that if giv.i I more than $6,000.000 a year : to Juries T...- ..f. th. t.lrrilit.rt.. *>f the,
dressed chicken. Madrid Club, left yesterday for en a chance to vote, the people I help real estate meet the carrying State ntivh of Florida J".a&1. -in Circuit atiit for of Mon the I I Ir ,

High School Class To Stage I; Miami. vould decline to ratify it. charges on these bonds. Governor .x. Cuuntv. aprll-ls-z ma--' I

I SPECIAL ON CAKESIn j I Sholtz pointed out that the '"MONROE
Dave Griner, who was called! to : THEATER"Edna
easiest to school
Here Tomorrow It way provide fi-
Play Night Maloney and Peacock's front,i Key West because of the serious, may be said of the Recover
,
; to divert this three Mae Oliver-James!
I Act that no bill ever prcsented'I nances was Gleason
page advertisement today there[[ illness of his father, William|| to the legislature presented more I j I J I I cents to schools. But the proposal -)I -in- ,
Mark Twain's famous novel this 'bringing before the are three kinds of layer cake to. Griner, left yesterday for his
; are
year !i '
I MURDER ON
I I I seemed to find little A HONEYMOON
excitement of general ( } inter- j
"Huckleberry Finn in drama.I be baked at special prices this L public :[ S-m-I'I I
public the works of Mark Twain ,I i home at Opa-Locka. His father lest. !! pathy the members. M .-rna
Loy-Cary Grant
.It among : in
Used form, will be presented by* as this is the one-hundredth anniversary week. These cakes are especially has greatly improved.Mrs. I. produced more real ora- i I I I
.
especially the smaller counties. WINGS IN THE DARK
tory than has been witnessed in j'II
the Senior Class of Key West of the birth of this I popular as a Sunday dinner des- i I
High School in the auditorium to- great American writer. sert. Henry Rankin. of Gastonia the legislative halls in many a j,:' No bill however insignificantly; 1.1 Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orcbei-I
day, oldtimers thoroughly i affecting any part of this revenue r tra, 15-20c Night 15-25e
morrow evening 8 o'clock. I Cast of characters in "Huckle. N. C.. who was spending a enjoy : ; I
j'I has ever gotten anywhere in the
Reservations for the play can berry Finn" are: SSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 5Today's week in Key West as guests of ing it. I I I -
now be made at Page's Soda Foun I Aunt Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moffat at the legislature. Attempts to exempt: i #. '
Polly, (Maria Watson), i gasoline used fishermen Q "GtNTUMINDullea
I I by or
tain. There will be member of home on Whitehead street left There is little doubt but that if i 'Q .
a |who is "so nervous"-llilda: De- i I .4- tbc rut ftw
farm failed.
the class at this place of business'meritt. Anniversaries for her home yesterday. the bill could have been gotten toj i t tractors, have An PLAZASANDWICH --, ,, years fee been dm-n
effort to have gasoline used by 'I ,
day this week to attend to a vote in either house ten days i II w ; because otactr every Ruth Watson her aister- j
'
reserving the seats. ......eessSS5.5sSS5SSSS i I Mrs.\ Sallie Ghsson left yesterday ago it would have passed. .Lead-I' motor boats taxed only for the SHOP N.. %/ the lowcr-pcicH tun
Laudelina, Contreras. I afternoon for a business tripto i benefit of the county general fund t blacks my beard suffering
Each year it is the custom for Mary Jane. their young niece- 1740-Elias Boudinot, New her home in Columbia S. C. ing the opposition to the bill.:I);I instead of bonds now pending, 503 Duval Street ; ._ because of the Ann-

the graduation class of the Key Marguerite Valenzuela. Jersey statesman and philanthropist I Senator Beall, of Escambia, knew i;: will fail for the Fame reason. Where ia REAL MONEY= -s .,. -- commits of my pocLet-
j 5c ; 'a.- book.
Now Protxtt
West High School to present a Fred Raymond in love with hose services to his countryin Sergeant Allan Hampton, Flor. that his only chance rested ins i iI It is known that the bond 1 has your
lobby ft Jr. brought
play and in this way bring before; Ruth-Curtis Stanton. the building of the Republic ida National Guard who was playing for time. .When Senator I j.'I at Tallahassee is all-powerful and BARBECUE SAND- tl>%. back; shaving again comfort at
the public the dramatic talent of Melba White, colored maid at merit wider recognition, born in spending a few days in Key West! Tillman, author of the Recovery :; 5 c I I T .ilj.f no extra(05.t .
I they have the support of smaller WICHES. at __ .... .... ..... ,
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the outgoing students.. These !plays'1 Watson's-Justine Arlt. Philadelphia. Died at Burlington. with his family, returned to the Act in the senate, agreed to eliminate Ltugenel.eonhitt

are always well worth seeing as I I Clara Woppinger, Deaconess of N. J., Oct. 24, 1821. camp at Matecumbe yesterday. the transient merchant and I HOME MADE SOUPS / San Jose.CaliC"I'molicHcd

both students and faculty work. the Church-Edna Roberts. I the commissary. he played direcly I, at "-'_ _..__.. '_'"- ...._ .-... 5c ), S fatcn hie
hard and do everything passible( Amy Woppinger, her irrepressible 1796-John G. Palfrey noted Mrs. Albert Finder and two I into the hands of the opposition:: ;. / thin pnne the smacanel'a

to obtain perfection in th ir ic-I sister-Ruby Albury. historian editor and Unitarian children left yesterday afternoon since that play removed two of the :' LARGE PONY OF .s__ ''5u't..Ii, this&"tf""Proba"Jr.Bniibunly;; ItC<"fl.Try...

spective: parts. This year' pro. Huckleberry Finn, who loves to clergyman, born in Boston. Died i II for Miami and after a short visit so-called causes for the emergency II J' DRAUGHT BEER ---------C 2 smooch staving blade
duction is under the directioa of' play pranks-Frank Alvarez. I there will go to Bimini to join originally set forth. I Get Ppb.LJr.froenni.n
at Cambridge, Mass., April 26,
M. s. Addah Ramsey, teacher and Captain Finder who is OVERSIZE SURPRISE r -- nearest dealer'*-a remaflablc
John Finn his father-Albert I master of C
1881. SANDWICH at __ O valve. ?*.
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of the 1935 the Cabin It
sponsor Senior Wicgins. Cruiser Pilar from I appeared that Senator Till I blades for only :: or a
Schools and dramatic organizations Tom Sawyer, Huck's pal and j I which Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hemingway man was not overly confident of j j CROSSED EYES 8 oz. GLASS OF SWEET : special trial' pKtjgt of

in every part of the country i comrade--Jack Pierce. 1821-William Taylor, the M. i are fishing in Bahama Island the chance to kill the referendum, I j Well meaning people often MILK at u. . ...5c II I 4 fat lOc
E. missionary-bishop whose labors I* / PnS.5J5.If
I waters. which he said was a "torpedo" to I --
-- advise parents of cross eyed Gdbrn-PIl.I
left a deep impress in California, kill the bill It is understood that I i! Large Bag of Saratoga acw
Africa, Asia, Australia and South i Claude H. Roberts left yesterday he had aleardy put his feelers out It t i children to "Let them alone Potato Cbijm. -. 5 C 1 i -
West maybe will it"
Key Garden Club Meets they out-grow
I American born in RockbridgeCo. : afternoon for Jacksonville regarding the acceptability of a'I I II -
., Va. Died at Palo Alto, Cal.,I and after a short'! visit there will I high licensing bill with a prores-I; This is an error. We NEVER"outrow" I A portion of Potato

Yesterday With Mrs. Douglass May 18, 1902. got a New Orleans and El Paso I sive two to eight percent levy on I : ; with Far-Sight.age. It INCREASES I I served free oa all *. CLiPS'' t

for brief visits with friends and t the gross business done by retail I I CURB SERVICE .
ProperIasses/ will correct ?sqpEeuSCATOtF.I
There ] 1835 John Carmel Heenan, then leave for San Calif..I establishments the two ,
was a meeting of the,, Fleming to Caroline: Mrs. Diego percent. this condition without medicine I :
Key West Garden Club held yes-!f r Trevor, Mrs. Hicks Mrs.\ Galey. famed American pugilist of his to spend the summer with his of course. to apply to individually or surgery.

terday afternoon at the home of:]| Caroline to Front: Mrs. White, day, known as the "Benician: daughter, Mrs. H. R. Darling. 'I owned stores, the increases to Come in today for a com -
Mrs. S. W. Douglass on Division,!! Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Key. Boy," born at West Troy, N. Y. apply in keeping with the extent i plete examination.
street. Mrs. W. R. Warren presided -I|I The committee named to formulate Died Oct. 25 1873. tine, founder of modern Zionism,- of the number of. stores. in the; :

over the meeting. I I plans for the club contest is born. Died July 3, 1904. chain. I' DR. J. A. VALDES .. N

Committees were named in cofl-I composed of Miss Parker, Mrs.\ 1859--Jerome K. Jerome, Eng- 1865 Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee .- :
the :
-Clyde Fitch perhaps There candidates fop Governor
: are
nection with the beautifiestionp Miller, Mrs.\ Phelan and. :Mrs. lish humorist, born. Died June I 532 Dnval Street ,;;:o
program for Simon ton street as'p j, Warden. 14 1927. mot popular American dramatist who have been thinking: .. _
of the past born at Elmira. N. Y. .
follows:. j[i Two .rose basVet*.dona ted by I, --- R
Water to United: Sirs. War- the Geo. Mellon Co. were awarded Died abroad, Sept.4. 1909. EIf E
1860-Theodor HerzL the I "
ren, l>frs. Kirtland,'Mrs.'. 'Pastorini.. ';ito i Mrs.\ Ge'keter'and'Mri... Duncan. French Jew who dreamed of re J895-Rudolph'Valentnio. actor _1 B E p:4
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Mrs.* Wn.Pheian.; i Mr*.
Clananan I
: I IMts 1 i of the State .PlantBoard establishing, his people in Pales-: born. Died Aug. 23: 1926. ---'-- '
< United 'Mrs.'Ford I 1 .
Virginia -
: ..requested that the club"cooperate I _: lre
Holtoway, Mrs. V. 'JoMi wiih'tbe"b _- -- I _
on.I.
I in the activities ...
'Virginia(i :to Olivia: Mts.'Ma&ne, that are be1hg"carried'on JI I
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Mri: "Miller.,. MVs.. Gekeler,- Mrs.. I here. ;. ; I : WHEN
F lk.: The next meeting/ of the club

Olivia to Angela: Mrs. Long, will be held at the home of E0s )Y '..A

Miss Parker, Mrs. Moreno. J I, W. R. Warren on- --Eaton. ; 1\1rs.t I IH I :OU NEED TIRE?

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Announcement I I Announce Winners I I AII-Wt'a'h" 0 I'a: C rh..

01 EngagementMr. Of Dance Prizes 43% er Cn.. )" ?
More

and Mrs. Paul E. Sawyer,!I Winners of the four principal I ReaIM03 ; lies of 5. d

532 Grinnell street, announce the i prizes at the Kappa Pi's Easter I Blowout 10IdSafety -

engagement and approaching mar i Dance at the Cuban Club were H If1tr1REAL rj5't E."F.R'r Plyuaran.ron 'n

riage of their daughter Miss I recently announced: .
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Doris Louise Sawyer, to Timothy I I First prize went to L. Thompson You Can

Hyat Pittman. Date of the ceremony -I of the Marine Hospital; second [
prize to Earl Sands 505 Duval 'T 'IsalN
will be announced later. I street; third prize to Georgia i

Miss. Sawyer is at present employed -,I Saunders; fourth prize to Manuel BARGAINS j jIn Depend onThem GOODYEAR ,

with the Social Service Camero, Virginia street. r

Department of the Florida Emergency : Lifetime Gu.ranteedSPEEDWAY ,
Relief Administration. Mr.:I ern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Square deal used cars represent the I -

Pittman, is manager of the South.Company in Key West. Genuine Walnut Modern Dining $< 78.00\ \ : >ery cream of the crop. The popu- i j /
Room Suites 8 9 and 10 Pieces ) Up f
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t laritr of the Ford! V-8 has! broughtus Tou h.Thick Tread wnh

.....C S S S..........55 5 5 SToday's Producers of leathre apparelare I FREE with each Suite sold during this sale-a i' good used cars of all make Each I ) Safety; Gnp.Supn..istOod

Beautiful Buffet Wall Mirror '-., ). Get Our Low
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HoroscopeThis studying the possibilities of one is! thoroughly reconditioned and I Prices

......S.SSSSS introducing: Icathre shorts for 6-Piece Dinette Sets, I II backed by our Gold Certificate. You

This U a day for wealth or, athletes, similar to those worn in i at5Picce_ ___________$48.00 get the right car at rock-bottom price

fame. If the person has a competence -: Bavaria, reports the Department I when you buy a Square Deal Gold YESWE.SELLGOObYEARTIBESONVriMECOLONIAL.!

by birthright good care: of Commerce. Breakfast: Certificate used car.
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will be taken of it and it will be: Subscribe: to The Citizen. ,. TREVOR & MORRIS, SERVICE STATION

increased. If born poor, there is a:i t. 10 Per Cent Discount for Cash With Order I i -INC- CLARENCE. CRUSOE,,Prop/
BENJAMIN LOPEZ
good chance for the
acquisitionof Liberal Terms If Desired "Oldest Continuous Ford Colonial Hotel
I f I Bldg. on Fleming: Street
both wealth and fame, and this FUNERAL HOME I Dealer in the World.

result will be due to the shrewdness -i EaUMitaeil 49 Year I

and watchfulness of the nature : 24-H*Key.. A.slataae.w..,'. Oldest S.rrU. I LONG'S FURNITURE STORE I II II

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