The Key West citizen
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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 9, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
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I[__1or66YearsDevotedtothe Associated Best Interests Service.Press of Key Day West Win' i tEl\) '{cp.-' .' Wt- t CttBeti< t most range country Key West equable of; only with Florida 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the



Senator From Colorado Says AUTO TAG AGENT [MONROE COUNTY CENSUS, MINUS ONE Duties Of Chairman Of Senate Rules


Government's, Purpose Is To I OF DELINQUENTSSIXTY 'I INHABITANTS IN AREA, TO BE 13,314With I Committee Of Wide And Varied Nature

Promote ,Welfare Of Country I I I
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ROUNDED UP DURING! the Ninth Precinct incomplete -> be much larger than was estimated pASsES

.. INVESTIGATION OTHERS the census of Monroe coun-t some months ago for the entire DONALD CORLEY I HOUSE il Entire Membership Mak--

county. The figures for Key West
1 1TAUGHTBYFERA ty taken by Enumerator Millard
EXPECTED TO BE HAULEDUP Gibson and his assistants show a' show 12,469 dwellers.Mr. GOMEZMEASURE ing Up Unit SympathizesWith
Gibson told The Citizen today

cerned Anti Lynching IN FUTURE jj j total of 13,314 inhabitant. I' he expected to have the com- j I Solon From West

j When Nathan Mayo, commit pleted list ready by Saturday and

Law Is Only Another i I sioner of agriculture for the state, the original will be forwarded to i i PERTAINS TO INCREASING VirginiaBy

"Altogether we succeeded in j assigned I the census task to Mr.\ Commissioner Mayo with a copy \I COMPENSATION OF MONROE .
Link In Chain Of LifeBy MANY ENROLLED IN VOCA.' rounding up 60 and expect to get j, Gibson it was accompanied byin-; 'furnished The Citizen. DR.

i structions to get a comprehensivesurvey Following is the county by pre i COUNTY JUDGE I II
TIONAL CLASSES DURING some others in the future" W. E.Vantoon : HERBERT
of the county and endeavor cincts to date;
state automobile tag]I I
MONTH OF APRIL to miss not even the small Precinct Total I I
HERBERT PLUMMER agent told The Citizen yesterday j est community of souls in the No. 1 936 I ter AMoelalrd Fwrmmt WASHINGTON May 9.-Sentor .
Rp A..et.ted Pmw) afternoon when asked if his visit i 1
search for census information. No. 2 9G8 ( TALLAHASSEE May I, chuckled in the cloakroom
WASHINGTON May 9.-Theme had been successful in finding de
There 172 enrolled i II In carrying out these instructions No 3: 1,129 I

who plunged the enate Late I in various vocational persons classes linquents. Mr.\ Gibson and his assistants No. -I 1.714 I 9--The house last night I when. a Wehing newspaper reported
Before leaving the train for
conducted by the social service on have secured a number of No. 5 2.682 I I passed Senate Bill 659 by
on of the tabborn filibuster that Senator
mod Miami Mr. Van Loon said that as I I I II Neely of Wet
[ department of the Key West Administration names which in former census op- To. G 2.615
of .the pretext .e..i io* by during ApriL In addition usual the courtesy, for which Key I I erations' have been overlooked -No 1 2,395 of I Gomez, increasing the I I Virginia read the comic while his
I West is noted had been extended
hi. to the vocational: classes, 83 I with resultants figures which will No. g 192 with | compensation of the judge !
that federal.a.ti.lyacbi.g
,incutence a -1 t to him in every instance exceptone. i ;collcefBC tried to diseataaglelbomselna
persons were enrolled in begin. I I surprise the most optimistic of es No. !9) 250 '
i of Monroe
Uw. he helped draft ,he timates.. No 10 403 Ii County Crim- I
ners' classes for adults. j .
I In this case'the,offender had ai I err many important !is.sues.
considered, is ,far ,removel!, from Classes in handicraft and stenography Buick license on a Cadillac machine Even in Key West's seven pro] --- : inal Court from $2,400 to .

are taught in the vocational : difference of $5 in cost I I cincU the population is shown Total-- 13.314 $3,600 annually with
a : j a
the ,type ome usually associates
field and most of these are .
evidence Bet Writ
of the ,and prima ---- -- Virginia'
tag ------- < Tr : 1 only acne-
with ,..ch open to both relief and non-relief : provision that he cannot
maneuver cheat
I 1 persona.; I I the he delude was trying officers. I NATURAL CHARMED:BEAUTY :OF KEY L. \ : i practice law. lee at the moment (the junior
Edward state and. I !
Prcntiu ,Cectifan: of Three groups of adult education This offender got nasty when I II j senator, Rush Holt, won't, be 30

Colorado ce-aathor with Senator are maintained by the social!I I talk until June 19) dooin't mind-
told to drive his car to his home
Wegner of New York of the bill service department for beginners put it up and purchase a license.He .1 WEST ENHANCED WINTER VACATIONS i at MANY CASES IN 1|I Mention the fact to him a.dlae.U
I in tbia kind of work. One is in .
was at the railroad station at his I I say right off

which bear their name, .i* anything .l I: English for white persons another the time and started an argument j I! The natural chann and beauty' winter, until friends I CRIMINAL COURT "Comical I like them. Did I ever
in English for colored perons.1!I some suggested -
but the shouting. hardboiledtype. and a third is in Spanish for white which Mr. VanLoon was quickly told him stopped what when the ,I iof I Key West greaUy enhanced'' Key West. 'I !' !! tell you of the time that I fell behr.J .

I the winter vacation of some ri t'tI ,' i
anj almost
had call
persona ordered "As know live in dirty on t. n pageto
law was and peremptorily i i you we a -
He is The classes were organized; several him. to drive to the court house. I,.[ tors, who were here during the noisy! burying metropolitan ;, THIRTY CASES ALREADY I Ii carry 'em over to the floor?**
of :
slight .stature and weeks a o. past season one has written Donald -: "
speaks in a low but clear voice.I Arriving there the offender, a :I Corley. chief architect of the j area. When we headed couth in | i LISTED FOR HEARING DUR There'll a reason the aenator

negro. George; Reece. was placed j: Key West Administration: j jMr "l the middle of December. there I '; from West Virginia reads comic
His brow furrows as he speaks fjMARATHON AREA in county jail under bond of $1G0. .1 Key ING COMING TERM at his desk while others are engaged .
'I ,
I II I ? -Lindy Hartman of Chicago 1 were severcl inches of Tee on the' .
solemnly of the social questions fixed by Judge J. Vinjng Harrilo'and 'f' l in passing bills.
declared| in her letter that "there streets and s-irrounding roads. ;
which claim a large share of his NOW BUSY SCENE his automobile seized by Mr.I I II i| are so few,, genuine. 'stamps'! left]'I i Jir t a few days later to find that !j And it's because he has thetoughest
time. lie is fond of }I VanLoon and placed in a garage in this : 11; i With approximately" 30, and !j job of them ail
drawing ver I I in country that to those who use were in a place where there j ji 1 1 I I
bal pictures in a sonorous tone I I j enjoy those places which are jig-]i: was no reason to do anything but : I possibly more cases to be tried at; ,A 'Glorified Hontekeeper

which, is convincing and -, nificant it would seem a sacrilege1 J relax and enjoy those things which i the Way term of criminal court> There; are exactly J>5 senators
';I GREAT ACTIVITY IN BUILD.;:i LIKES CHARM OF i Ito I destroy what there i ia in Key !|'were there, and we haloed| would I'' next week the cession promises to I.who sympathize with the senator
I AVetU" j alva.vs remain, than iot; from WeFt Virginia and in tha.tsme !
1 I ING VETERANS' CAMP AND r.-as more we be exciting entertaining and en-'
lie dresses conservatively, usually -' !: Her letter in part. follows: t|1 had asked for s t.n ideal vacation qlle! lightening. cloakroom praise him for hi '

in blue or gray, the colors I I OTHER STRUCTURES II III I OLD RESIDENCES!j "In the heart of the city of Lost; rpot. t Cases on the docket run from i' tit lIce.

blending with his _eyes and hair. Angeles there is now a replica of'j', "Not only were our vacation re-'I I, : petty larceny: to forgery from obtaining Because, despite the title of

Fight For 'Under-Dee.' RECENT VISITOR WOULD NOT''. the first Mexican village of Los;!] quirements met. perfectly, but the 1<1> money under false pre-j i; chairman of the roles committee"

W. A. Parrish told The Citizen I Angeles which stood on the very<<; natural charm and beauty of 'the tenses to defying laws governing: i!! of the senate, Mr. Neely is a sort

There has been considerable. I yesterday afternoon: before leavinjtfor HAVE KEY WEST ARCHI-, came ,(!rot. Within the walls are inland! greatly enhanced it ;,.here' the .actions !ojfthe state pant! Iof< glorified...... housekeeper.for..... all of,
y .JI(> tultip!!! ( ,.ty #--.h7", ;* a.t"1[ : lily botne-at Marathon that t tI :' TECTU1\E CHANGED -''- Alexkalt-aRd ,Spanieir'sho -.='' r--"There'were-no TnentsFreservjutions --. Tboard with' reference to"zpraylng"i -o.. I i- -

Costigan was go determined that that key was a scene of great ac-j I II taurants. abode houses which are of a p'ace! which was 'almost trees and shrubbery. Sprawled over the left side of
I t all] over-eh&dovred by the towers like! it had been at time' beI was capitol hill h, other thing-,
the senate take up his anti-lynch-! tivity. more going on than in the iI i, one There are six cases of petty among !
.I past eight years. i I 1 I of the Los Angeles, city hall (or,I cause it always was. ,I 1 : larceny; two fop breaking and entering -I the corgru.ionallibrilry, the union
Ing bill at a time when the administration i Key West should not compete other tall "Unlesd eon station office
Six carloads of lumber were)JI i some building) ]< someone erroneously introduces ; a number for assault and and the building that
was pushing for peed. unloaded there during the put I I with co-called modern resorts a I "It is real enough but one has a cnaVige which in'thh battery. and one of these may develop -| houses< senators when they are noon '

on its legislative program. I week and other consignments= are recent visitor who spent twice as I t only to look toward the sky to appreciate care might be like a Gothic Cathedral !Mr. into highway robbery; one i! the floor. This left aide of capitol

Assurances had been given by| on the way. This lumber is to be j[' much time as she expected >to the fact that there is still if changed into a rococo: er, forgery; one obtaining goods and hill U governed: by Ruin!

southern senators that they were used in the construction of a camp j spend in Key West has just writ a sense of unreality: about the new i cinema, the stimo, of authenticity : money under false pretense and XXXIV of the senate man,:.1!

prepared to resist to the bitter for veterans, he said. |!ten. 'old city. j will never have a giossy, bright the 13 or more cases on 'information I j which heads. Section 2:
"end. t Already there is a great demand ?II'!<. Fritzi Downing of Chicago, : "Until a Kr. Elmer Davis' article IZook. as though it had just come Key lodged by the state plant board. I "It shall be the duty of th

One must know Co tgan! however for housing facilities and flract -| after staying through the greater I[I' appeared in Harper's maga- from the printing; !press of the human the c |Committee on Rules! to make n'l

to appreciate the motive i ti ally every available structure(' part of the winter season returned | zine. I. for some strange reason ; mind. cily: I rules and regulations respecting

back of his action. He'll tell you' at that point is now benig used .| to the Windy City and after I|' didn't gra p die fact that you ': "There are so few genuine'stamps son FOGARTYSARE fI such part of the Capitol, .in

himself that his political credo is:t!the concluded. t ia few days of reminiscences: addressed FERA people vere partial responsible left in this country that eluding the restaurant and: the

"Government exists to serve I a letter to Donald Corley.\ for keeping the tangible ; to those, who enjoy those places VISITING HERE; Senate Office Building, elf. .

the general welfare; there is no I BUILDING i I chief architect with the Key West: charm of the bland and city of which are significant it would : !' ;I That'* Senator Neely.

more serviceable field for human THREE Administration, recalling some of:l; Key Wet intact. The tangible: seem'< a sacrilege' to destroy what' ,. ing He's a democrat. the second

beings than the continuous her impressions of the Island City. ,!; charm has so largely contributed there is in Key West which ha* con ; ;;: democrat to hold the job wore tf '
to make PERMITS ISSUED r! Hu letter follows: to the magnetism: of the is'and! been fo beautifully preserved and ; DOCTOR WIFE SPEND! party gained: control of the sun-
government pro-I :i "Visiting< Key West was one of f'' will
which seems inexplicable. weathered by natural causes RO r-te. Hi predecessor was Copeland -
mote human betterment. 1I |
ithe most delightful 'travel' ex-' "We were looking for a place to that they are: a part of. and be- Key of New York.
An far he is concerned the
as periences I ever had. The charm spend: a vacation. As far as we long to a particular place and the : 'I WITH RELATIVES The "doctor" (Copeland n thsenate's "
nti-Iynching bill in just another I!{ Three building: and repair per.|I I of the old houses with a riot of knew there was no place in this!'thereby retain their distinctive i i only M. D.) quit the lob
link In the chain I'
of life !
a spent"I mils were issued from the office I bougainvillea against the gray i I II |: country which could offer swim- qualities and other charm which the --- fairly early.
mostly fighting for 'under-dogs. of Building Inspector Harry M.j[I white background the second-+,i 1 I [, ; .
mtng glorious warm sun golf,j place Key Wet in a position Dr. J. N. of Plenty T. Do
An Incident In Youth Eaker the week endingMay of : Fogarty, formerly
during !
their for
story balconies with rows ,, tennis and fishing: in the middle of Which could not be duplicated." Key now making his Senator rieely Copeland
There's a more personal reason 9. as follows: j bright| flower pots the lovely gar; j ____ I IRITTERS"LEA | but : rays
home at Beach and Sire.I wine
< [ Daytona was :
General repairs at 409 Eaton:: irresistable
however for hi? determination in dens made an appeaLj( 1 1r
street. Owner J. G. Kantor cost, all and I Fogarty. are in Key West speeding -, For in the domain of the chairman -
trying to force the senate to take ; i We fell in love with it T?
STR.MALLORY1S3VESSEL VE several days with the doctor's of the nrnate rules committee
op his bill $50. I stayed just twice as long as we ; ; '
i mother and other relaiT"Iand there's tt'b looked after
1, HI
As'an eight-year-old lad he saw 1 Repairs to roof lit 317 PcaconI : had intended. i iI of ,

the Colorado community in which I I Lane. Owner, F. 1L Solomon; I It "I hope you ,will not change; it :]rDUE, TOMORROW! 'ENKOUTETIOME; ties friends. I. the private barber shop in th:%
he lived ftrrred to lynching a man t Ito-st. $10.General. I I too much. Key West should not I...! j I { The doctor and Mrs. Fogarty capitol for senators; ((2)) the bar
moved to St. Augustine about IK: I br shop for senators in thei': -
i 625; Duval :
to modern
repairs so-called re-
and woman who had mistreated l eompete with i I -- 1 j. | pate
I when he office building (3) the r.*-
'* I II years are wn appointedChief ate
their little daughter The experience street. Owner, Benjamin Perez; r sorts. It is a place set apart a ,
: of the Florida East taur.nt for aenaton in tbe rap.I"i..*
has remained a vivid one for cott. $600.'LIEUT. dream country of Elysian perfect ; they
I i! Coast Railway company. :' (4)) the restaurant for senator ill
him since, and although he I tion and repose, and I t 1
peace :t GOING WATERS DUR. i
He remained with; the eomnanyfor the senate office building;
the lynching in California two would not change the weather I ,
mys I -
JACKSON ) several years and tendered his ((5)) The! "short line" nilaabetween
jears ago of two kidnapers and the beaten houses for all the marble NORTH ING STAY HERE I i
i II I I resignation to establish a modern the senate office building
subsequent functioning of the halls in the world. I I
I i at Daytona Beach where''' and the senate floor; (6)) the
mob's action by the late Governor GOING ON 1- it:
I nf
he has since' made his home. beauty shop in the basement
Rolph primarily was responsiblefor TRIPI PHILLIPS FUNERAL -"Steamship Henry R. Mallory of: Judge Halstvd L. Ritter, United i i The doctor told The Citizen hei the senate office building for sea
his sponsoring his anti-lynch- : ; States court and Mrs. Ritter left' I
: 11 ; i will remain here until the end of atonal secretaries;
ing bill that earlier experience Lieutenant W. B. the Clyde-Mallory Lines, is due to
|over the highway this morning for;;::; 4 the week when he will with Mrs. ;: '(7)) Even the flagstaff atop the
played ita part.PINEAPPLES. I S. N., communication officer HERE TOMORROW
will! arrive tomorrow from Galvestonen Miami, after a stay of several Fogarty, leave for Daytona Beach. senate side of the capitol denotingthe
in charge of the naval station j {' i it fact the senate is in sesaion-

ARE leave over the highway tomorrow I route to New York. 1( days, two of which were spent j I' I ii i ii These are only a few of the do-
!Ion .3.1 i
an inspection of radio stations: II WAITE PREPARES
FUNERAL TO BE, HELD Passengers who have made reservations .| fishing. ties imposed by the senate on its
on the east coast. I
rule committee chairman.
arrived Sunday afternoon
1 t I They
SENT OUT TODAY The trip will take the lieutenant AFTER. I t "
blame the
I Las far as Jupiter and after inspecting .'w! ,t on the vessel include Mr.over. the highway the judge- to 1 1f t : FOR NEW DUTIES, Senator"Can you from West me.Virginia say a bit

the station there he will NOON J and Mrs. Jerome Blum, >fr. and f preside at the May session of I II' I I Ij resignedly., "for getting a bit of

FIFTY CARLOADS MADE UP..1 q return to Key Wt Sunday. 1. Mrs. Phillip Given and son, Mrs.!I'court All business was completed, j NEW DEPUTY SHERIFF WILL! relaxation when I can?"

( Funeral services for Edwin M. ( Tuesday and fishing was in or- 'f
OUT OF SHIPMENT ARRIV. Phillip will be held tomorrowafternoon Angela Vaughan 'and Erick Smith. t i TAKE UP WORK COMING j
I 4:30 o'clock from the Freighter Alamo, of the same
INC FROM CUBA home 421 Duval street to St.I Tuesday night Judge and Mrs. High

INTERRED TODAY Paul'* Episcopal Church insteadof!I line is due ,to arrive Sunday morning Ritter were out as guests of I -- 'J 33 PASSENGERS

t I 10 o'clock tomorrow morning as: from New York en route to, Sheriff Karl Thompson but met ; -

Leaving Key West thin morning..i -, first announced. I"Tampa. i! with slight success, not catching a I the i Bernard Wait, who this week |"

via the railroad were CO ears ol r: Funeral services for Hyanv Gibson ,"i The change in time i is made Steamship Granada of the; tarpon. Yesterday they went oat''!who accepted the appointment as chief I

pineapples. These came in 2-1' Collins are being held this' necessary by the non-arrival of! With Wnu R. Porter, president ofj L.la deputy sheriff in the office of, Steamship Cobs, of the P. and

cars from Havana last evening on,'i; afternoon from the First Methodist Mrs. Warren Watrous formerly I II' Standard Fruit and Steamship|t the First National Bank and met been Sheriff K. O. Thompson will take, O. S. S. company sailed yesterday

-,the Ferry Palma. Church where the body was i Miss Nina Phillips, daughter of: Company is due from New York 1. with the same luck. Although the I. np his duties Monday. ( afternoon for Havana with 23!

t -? This make a total of 405: can I placed at 2 o'clock. Rev. George I'i the deceased who will not arrive: tomorrow and the Steamship; judge did have a tarpon on his Seen last night: in the sheriff( first Baas passengers, five secont 10,',
office. Mr. Waite maid h. had elam, four ton of freight and
shipped during the few weeks thseason e!r E. Summers is officiating. from Henderson N. C.. until to Yoro. of the came line is due; line which, broke the wire snell II ararngementi : sacks of malL
made an satisfactory ;
baa been open. Five of thcars e! Pallbearers are Benjamin Saw morrow., i from Philadelphia Saturday.I'and got; away. and 1 withliia present employer and wa.j Ferry Palm arrived late yesterday -
After the fishing Judge
this morning were in bull,I yer. Ralph Pinder, Ivan ElwooL I Pallbearers will be: Fernando: These vessels will. take oil at the f Mrs. Ritter were guests for the r then looking over the record books j afternoon from Havana
and shipped in bond to cannerieti a I Leroy Torres Herman Roberts Gato. Paul Boysen, Charles. himself I with of pineapples 12.788
and sail for ia order to familiarize can
Dock will
,. Porter Company evening at the home of Mr. and i
Thom- {
Can Knowles, Mathews Pierce
i St. Catherine', Ontario, Tony Cms. Alfred P. + a >I I with_th routine. crates and 114 sacks of maiL
I Mrs.
6da. and Everett R. Rivas. I 1 as Caro and Frank Delaney. Frontera, Mexico., Porter. '

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AN OUTWORN SYSTEM !I we'll willingly furnish the ales! I'I cased of trying to pass a bridge
(!t1Jc ltrp t5t., ti ability if you'll donate the capi I sign'
1 1I !:
,. Il''l I TODAY'S \ I tal. .5. .
Kze Bandar By
PuWUhed Dally pt J .
I j
THE CrriXKM PUBUSHEIO co. IMC. tice Taft
In the wilt
.....Meat Not that we want to condemnthe future generation
Prom L. P.AATHAlf.Tb CJtU.n baudu.gCorner Tempera tare.* and Friday ;I -share the wealth" idea, but!![hardly boast of the footprints

Gr...,and.Ann 8tr..tscaly recent .... .. 8<6.I ers in I doesn't it seem like that would be!,: their forefathers left on the. nandiof
-- time. there should be
Judge \ t .........._.....__.._*..._7'7: Jacbonv a lot of money to pay the multi. marker an appropriate -
Xtelly 1Q.w.paper la Key Welt and 1Ioal'O.eoll.U. Gentle to ;1 tudes who do than;|i left though!';
._..__8 2!I. more
the I j i holes,where they wallowed around.
sam.e Mean .,_.._. ........_. .7i. southeast I I kick like a jackass,.anyway. ? j I II !1 pleading for relief handout.
rater.d .t Kay w.... Florida M second claaa matter widely : overcast r C' a
In Rainfall* I day l I In historic days some con!ola-'i i S.
Precipitation .0 Ins,, over north I tion lay in the fact that a man And, if taxes are ever ruled illegal "
at.mbe..t .... Arr.dated 'r- name of, mal Precipitation .... .10 Ins, East : I | might flirt with a lady friend ata it will be after we're in jail
_Lj Auoclated Preu I* exclusively entitled to ea in the ... east and- ; card party without being for
republlcatlon of all news dUpaUha cradltad tIt Till- rrrvrd .ra : *- r..ri.d I I ac- paying ours.
: r or not otl-arwlM credited la thl paper sad & .. Instead ...,..: at N" .riork tsar m.rmlnf.Tomorrow' ing I .
,, .. -- -- -- --
iba local tune published "' F
portion I
works ,Almaaac ......,
riies ... .. ,_ 5:45 a. n '
EDITORIAL) ''' '''-
,1iNATIOHAl[ OCIATIN a sets .__......+'-_,.. 701 p. m,::1 i : "" I

t933 the rises ................12:27 p. m.t Pressure I ,.:

BICRII"TIOll': RATa both gets! .. .....____.12:5C a. ra. morning I a
Tr ,. tl/N facts to .... Mississippi 1
.me ----* 1.1' t Quarter, 10th 6:54 a. m.Tomorrow. 'I
Fla Months ._ --- ,. region, !
So suggests '.
1'1' MoaU. Tidei
')a. lo.th _-..._n.'. .-.n- .., es, and :
'Neckl .. ---. .11 ordinate AJU. P.M. "
ADVERTISING! RATES fall h _.__,t ..mm.' 3:57 3:31 I Arizona.as, and i; : .w. I
Made fcaowa on appllcatiou>> He .... ........ ...._ 9:04: 10:2 r es while :
; +
yr ; ;
SPECIAL NOTICK barometer at 8 today: ,
a. m. ,
All reading notice, card of thank. r..oi.tloa..1 \ -
r* pect. cbl'afcry notice, etc, will be charged for at { Sea level, 30.08.WEATHER New York
.11 rat ef :f cent a line. for ,
.otlra tor entertainment by cbnrcDe from which another
l revena i* to be derived are C cent a line. and the FORECASTTill moved in '
Tb. tlLis.n I. an open foram and Invite dlen I' :: \ .
lion of pcblle lacuna and ubject of local or general serve Dodge
ntreit bot.lt will not publish. anonymous communlUtlona > ( 8 j) m.. Friday) Rains
' Key West and Vicinity! Partly last 24 FC
"' tonight and Friday; gentle Plains
Beggars cannot be choosers, but even ... Mountain
beggars have inherent rights. M.;;' ..."." :l...<..l.l"tI'ii'w" 1 been

yet in an we 1"-1"'r,. : ( j from 'the

Many a dollar has been saved by' tl 7, T'\tY on the I II

reading the advertisements in The Citizen. \ tV""i 0 Carolina

il 44 !1ilx I eastern reporting!';
Henry L. Doherty is not only all .Jl 'Y' ("r 1 inches. Tir '\
comes ? I
astute financier but also an accomplished I CJr': (/ and are
question Yj.", most z
"book-keeper. >} +. in the Partly Cloudy sippi River

Last moderate east and southeast tral and have Plains
In a few weeks the college orators this 'ind..

will save the nation unless the business business Florida: Mostly cloudy tonight : STRETCH >

spokesmen do it first. ._ ._,-, t>luktr A

Good times will be here when your the medium KEY WEST IN I{captain mandant R4r
banker begins to urge you to borrow a lit ing, as it :: ,

tle money for improvements. had in DAYSGONE BY Editorial

heralded I Here Just 10 Ycari the aid of
Ago Today A* Taken.; From nity can
A woman love hair on ner medium
J. V. "
The File. Of The CitiseaFngineers
husband's head, but feel differently toward to get the

those she finds on his shoulder. I Minn.\ 1
of St. Paul Minne- r
It are at present engaged in Mothers\ !':
The feminine mind i h not inventive some estimates for constructing I observed;
miles of roadway over the'
according to a psychologist. Oh, yeah; with
Keys from Key Largo to of the
but what man would'ever have invented that West. Wbiter J. Hill also of f I be

alimony? ing Paul, is at the same time or of the .
letting one of the largest forces il|will be !

The Miami Herald thinks the Key ground. carry engaged out in the construction building of work the:,, in : ;) that counts, and there are no

because and Highway, in the event' tl..j j Rev.
West artists are extra good they
bring company gets the contract. ,,ith the i'.1!
can draw their salaries. Nevertheless justifies Hill is the youngest son of i: the past than those 'used 'in.'tuckies.
Uncle Sam is called upon to honor the ; late Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hill|cke his ,, ,-.
draft. as the father was known as l Sunday d' .
.I'l builder of the great( ,' '
empire I j soon after """ ;-
so may the son be JNew York )II .
Foreign markets for wheat and cotton We as the Florida Keys road|Bartow.H. j --- -- ---

will do our farmers more good than processing much of \ I MHill verified the '. .11.6' II'

taxes. From July 1933 to April, Gerald P. financing statement and and building said: a he$1-.is'I'of. the. W.Ku ................................. ..........e..: I

1935, 'processing taxes are said to have his hotel at Olympia, Fla. I Evans and
brought the Government almost |800- gating '- arrivals
The Coast Guard Cutter CasI and during
000,000.A I
I and the Pilot Boat Eola, tained by
fore the : by Luther Pinder, were I DAY I

neighboring editor points out that Law he i destroyed by fire which!
dor who I 1:30 o'clock this morning.i i the : .
this is the only'country in She world'that
fire, it is understood, originat I High 8ch
has '25,000,000 automobiles and 19,000- I in the lower hold of the Cos- May 24_ : '
000 people people on relief. The editor bullying I The blaze soon attacked the. of First I J
1. holding the vessel to the es the !
pertinently inquires if it is possible that They parted and the vessel Graduates II
there is any connection between these two down to the pilot boat Clears
facts. and this immediately caught fire. Archer !
maintain both vessels were abreast of patia,
chine. Tug! Warbler. The crew of the berts,
An Associated Press wire to The Citizen the ? managed to keep the flaming Ingraham. i convey tender t.houghtfulness
esterday gave the information that !ssels' off and they floated down Gardner. : :
in the : 'submarine Harold
the channt'l.fffl\- other gifts fail \
Senator Gomez' bill to increase the salaryof weeks? ;where an explosionoccurred Kerrmt' >< ,

Jydge Vining Harris to $3,600 yearly both, vessels disappeared be- .
Japanese ,
had passed.!' A requirement of this meas- ; !! the waters.,, ( In its
strength, ..l't isa,. ,has ;
ure is that the judge'of the Criminal Courtof ,five differ dozen
one-third Four United States Deitroyr! ?' I I. per
Record of Monroe County must devoteall is his due to arrive in port next \
his time to judicial work and refrain with detachments of naval .

from private legal practice.The a navy .en'e3 on a training: crui t". The $1.25 and $1.50 j$
.'els 9Tf the Lardner, from"l E.tal ; \
a "game ('bonvillt". Bruce from Miami .
phenomenal rise in the price of from Galveston! and Breck 24-Ho.r I I
silver bring the silver dollar into circulation I Charleston. This information Lle
may .....
received this morning by P. 1 "' I
again. We won't mind luggingthe -' -i per dozen iS
cart wheels around, if only we can geta The -- \ .

hold of 'em, and old-timers-\youlcl. to advice at ....... ..JImportant#- "> ; kis
hear again the jingle and feel the weight of idea of I ; $1.20 :

silver in their pants' pockets. The feel of might be I

the metal will be the same even if the do the :

worth of the dollar: has almost been cut in cessation I

two. I body now to 598'or 597 E! &

idle :
concerning the redemption of
The months with an "r" are for the No .
*_ Fourth Liberty Loan, Bond i :5
succulent bivalve those without the eight. be, '

eenth letter of the English alphabet, are sible. :--:. ,made week. by the treasury valuable gifts for mother may be \ \

for the luscious frogs legi Though not that a

generally eaten in the United States, out the household goods dspartment :

nevertheless the demand annually exceeds course, We would be pleased to ..

100.000,000 pairs of the jumpers' pedal) pleasant consult us

extremities, at 'a cost of four to seven million a rest, .

dollars. There are many frog farms: ned
in this country the largest of which is contained THE FIRST Contracting & Engineering Co.

in the 62,000 acres of the Everglades tired

right at Key West's backdoor.The OF KEY i White and Eliza Streets

meat of frogs legs rolled in meal and i mind to .
Member of the Federal I
fried tastes like that of the tenderest milk- joyable. i ................................................ f

fed spring,chicken. ,_ [you ..: _'. :I'IIIIIIIII

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1671-CoL Thomas Blood English SOMETHING

T11 SPORTS adventurer, to
James Mad ao5rd ever, illS red nsir lost its brilliancyand attempted
Ikflt hit flection to Ikt l.ri.,.'_. teal the crown jewels in
miokl she Jam ,.. ch.s0.. .*. was sprinkled: with gray. He the Tower -
*r.4r4 and ran*. her ,. <..,** Arr stopped going to conventions and of London-the audacity of it ABOUT
nil ark i ,yon .<* self resseti. BustSue
.. making brougth reward instead of punish
., f*e nomination beeant. of mtarrnftir speeches or telling funny
remnrfc Van made abort stories and no one predicted a brilliant ment.
se l..iceiilal otUicfcm'c vi/c.
II..... Ikea' Jaa5 not _>. Sues' vied future for him. His law prac
01...".'.lift.i_.M..bust A*r eto*. tics ceased to expand remained
Ad eke' has lax 5er' loot sad ker 1754-What Is known the ;;IL
stationary and
_.Biariiv fa the aromaChapter began to shrink.
James realized with a lump In I first cartoon in an American newspaper ,
40 his throat that his town had lost GIANTS TAKE LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN RECREATION UNIT the historic "Join or Die,"

faith in him-had ceased to believe appeared in Franklin's Pennsylvania -

GOOD ADVICE In In him himself.as be bad ceased to believe TWO CONTESTS DEFEATS ADMINIS. Gazette. -I /

-U ELL. I see that James baa 1Ie- LEAGUE I

come a model husband He and Jane only quarreled half Club- W. L. PeL{ 1821-First natural well
a year now-or at I
trained and ..boulebrokea.Jude.. James answered that often bllwe'l Chicago 13. 4 .7db drilled at Fredonia. X. Y.-sup-

Holcomb remarked angrily to Miss querulous complaints. But I Cleveland __10 4 .11- plied village with street lights.
Julia next spring, a week or so before I Boston _.._.. 9 7 .563 I
sometimes when she looked full at
be died. It was the last tints be him James felt that she bated him :DODGERS TRIUMPH OVER New York.. ____._. 9 1 .5di: GAME PLAYED YESTERDAY
ever talked to Miss Julla'of his erstwhile -and knew that it was because: be I Washington __:_10 8 .556 I 1901-Northern Pacific Rail I wish I had knowna

prodigy. was a failure. He felt extremely CARDINALS; CINCINNATI Detroit _.._.......710 .U2 IN SOCIAL LEAGUE SERIES way stock "comer" and panic in I

The old man passed awa.ID his sorry for himself but sorrier for REDS AND PHILLIES DIVIDE Philadelphia ...._.._ 4.12 .250 RESULTED IN SCORE READ. Wall street. long time ago

sleep very quietly Just before James' Jane. I St. Louis ..___ 2 12 .143
thirty-third birthday. James missed He believed tbat he had won her DOUBLE BILL ING OF 14-11 1926Lt. I
him more, had leaned NATIONAL LEAGUE Corn Byrd with :
on him more under false pretenses and he never j I
Pilot Floyd Bennett, first to fly I'VE years trying
than perhaps either had realized. really blamed her for ceasing to love r Club- W. L. Pet. I

Although In his last year the Judge him after she found him out He 1 tap el.l t. The ("ltI....) New York ._......._11 v .78,i (By JOVE) I over North Pole.1934President. I I AND trying to find the best :

had been a silent rather than an wondered at Intervals reading the Brooklyn _...---11 1 .611 I
l thatIT .
NEW YORK May 9.-The New The Recreation Department dia- BEER. .and now I find .
active partner be was Always.thereto papers whether Julie If they had Chicago _...._._.._. 8 7 .333 signed bill put
advise Junes, prompt to laugh lived In a city would not have asked York Giants took both games ofa St. Louis ..._..__ I' S .529 mondball ten defeated the.Administration ting sugar under government con ; was born years before I was..

:him 'out of 'an absurd enthusiasm him for-a divorce. God knows she double Leader from the Chicago Pittsburgh _..__ 9 10 .47'. ten in the only game trol.ee..e.5ccccceee.eeccccic. .-
or spur him from his now too Ire could have It for the asking. He played in the Social League yes I
Cubs, moving ahead as a resultof Cincinnati ..__ 8.10 .444 -
quent sloth. had no desire to keep her" tied to the double victory. The score Boston ,...._._ 6 10 .3n terday. 1 f l
You lost The final 14 to 11.
your case today because him. score was _
Philadelphia ..._ 3 10 .231
you talked too much the in the first game was 3-1.. and the Roberts pitched six innings for CLASSIFIED

Judge once cautioned James. "Tou IN the last ten or fifteen years second, 6-1. eeeepeee.e.eeeeeeeeeee.eToday's the Office boys and was relievedby ..,..

bad It won hands down on two orJames I there have been few kind words The Brooklyn Dodgers defeatedthe Joe Hale, who finished thegame THE name is Schlitz and

____n __ __ St. Louis Cardinals 3 to 2 in and allowed but two hits in COLUMN TAKE it from me it's
the three innings he hurled.
twelve-inning ::ante and regained Anniversaries The leaders at-. bat were: McCarthy scsesseeeeeeeesesseesees GOT them all trimmed.

second place in the National I... j with three. doubles in LOST ITS mellow and clean in ftavor-
.ee eecc, ee.eee..e. '
League. I four tries; Q. Lopez,.with a !single I t
The Cincinnati and the'hillies 1773--Stsmondi, Swiss historianand 1 a double and a home run in five GINGHAM BATHING SUIT near AND "never annoys you the next day;

atCI split a donbleheader.Reps The economist. born. Died June times up; Dementt. with four,singles Rest.Beach. Reward. Hemingway ENZy""MErontrol makes it so good.A .

25; 184%.. and double in five times at 907 Whitehead street.
Reds won the first game 15 to 4, BIG word, but I'm the fellow that
r bat! and Mauncy with three hits may9-lt '
and ,
the score in the second was .
in five chances. CAN explain it-and will.
1785-James P. Espy, Philadelphia MISCELLANEOUSWANTED ..
In the field. Hale and Burnett .
The Indians defeated the Red teacher and experimenter in "
starred for the Office boys and
Sox in a shutout game, the sore meteorology', pioneer student of TO BORROW-$6,000
reading 2-0. Pearson a right! storms born in Westmoreland Wallace and McCarthy for the on gilt-edged security. Write ,

hander, pitching: for the winners. Co.. Pa. Died Jan. 24, 1860. Recreation.Score "F," care' of The Citizen. SU. I
allowed only four hits. by innings: R. H. E. may9-6t
Recreation- .
The Maekmen downed the Tigers

7 to 6. Alex Hooks pinch-hit- 1797-Walter Colton the nav- 044 060 000' -14 18 8 i WANTED

ting in the ninth, drove in two al chaplain who edited California's!" Administration- ENZYMES ripen all good things;
200 120 024 11 14 3
runs to enable Philadelphia to win first paper built the state's first I I' AMATEURS. An ages and sizes. FRUITS vegetables and beer.
Batteries Weintraub and J.
the contest. school and was to announce to : 5 big prizes each week. Can .

The Washington Senators defeated -! the world the great gold discovery Walker; E. Roberts, Hale and J. your child recite, sing dance or I CONTROLLED they do wonderful thing

the St. Louis Browns, 10 I born at Rutland Vt. Died Cooper. play an instrument? WE WANT FOR your pleasure and health.
to 9. Sammy West knocked two I Jar.. 22, 1851. Summary: Errors: Demeritt F. NEW TALENT. Habana-Madrid I

home runs for the Browns, but despite -i! Matthews 2, J. Matthews 2, Varela Club. Phone 220. may6-tf UNCONTROLLED they raise the

these the St. Louis club lost,i 2, Q. Lopez J. Lopez, J. Cooper; DICKENS make apples spoil, .

the frame. I 1800--John Brown celebrated funs batted in: J. Matthews 3. Q. PIANO TUNING
Lopez 2. F. Matthews 2. Walker, MAKE beer bitter.
The Chisox went to victory" over of Harper's Ferry

the Yankees, 7 to 4, with Joneson I fame, born at Torrington, Conn. Wallace, Weintraub. McCarthy, PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- SCHLITZ brewers have lived with

the mound. I Died on the scaffold, Charleston, Demeritt 3. A. Roberts 2, Frohock reno. Excellent piano for sale THESE for and
enzymes generations
The Boston Braves, with Va., Dec. 2, 1859.1810Joseph Barker. Cooper 3, E. Roberts; cheap. 1018 Division street
frankhouse pitching defeated the!I home run: Q. Lopez; two base apr22-lmo KNOW all their tricks. They
realized the town had lost faith in him. t I
hits: McCarthy 3. Manney A. Rob-
Pittsburgh Pirates 12 to 3. KNOW how to control them
three occasions, but yon were 'reveling wasted on the Great War that was The summaries: Banvard noted t rts. Q. Lopez. F. Matthews, Wal- FOR RENT I

In the sound of your own I to end all wars. But at least there NATIONAL LEAGUE Baptist clergyman and writer of lace, Clements; stolen bases: Wein- BY temperature, timing, and

voice and kept at It until you talked into be said In Its favor-the War First Game his day, born in New York City.I traub. J. Lopez Walker' 2. F. Matthews BICYCLES-WE RENT by the BLENDING of ingredients. '

yourself anlLzQutj UBnLout..ora en4Rd.aa. JntQ1enble.aUnaUon.-! = At 'ew-Y.rk.- .--. R. H.E.. Died in Boston.Sept._28.'1887.. *, Burnett 2. Demeritt. Fro- .Hour Day or 'Week. Repair ... **
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victory.FNevef: forget that talk is tween Jane and James Stlmson. Chicago .. --.-....- 132 hock; sacrifice hits: McKinley. all makes and paint them withNnEnameL THIS is why Schlitz Beer and only -

cheap the cheapest thing In the From the Invasion of Belgium New York ..... ... 370 Varela; struck out: by Roberts 0, We carry a full SCHLITZ brings you the greatest :. ".
world. Lincoln's best speech was James had been strongly pro-Ally. Batteries: Wameke Henshawand 1810--John Brougham, noted: by Hale 2. by Izzy 0; bases on supply of parts. Agent for the
written on the back of an envelope." Jane, seemingly from pure contrariness Hartnett; Parmelee and }lancu'o. I actor manager and playwright' balls: off Roberts 4, off Hale 0, Rollfast' and Dalton Bicycles. PLEASURE you are thirsty. ,1 I

James never again talked himselfout became aa strongly pro-Ger born in Ireland. Died in New I off Weintraub 0; wild pitches: And sell them as low as $5.00 .

of a case. man. When In 1917 the United i York June 7, 1880. Weintraub 1, Roberts 2; double down and $1.00 per week. We

But the Judge .was not always States finally decided to throw ID Second Came !I play:' McKinley to A. Roberts to Buy and Sell all makes of used

critical: far from It. When James Its lot with the Allies. Jane had to At New York R. H. E. 1 A. Barker; time of game: 1:20; Bicycles. Phone 276. J. B
won a case or put up a good fight sing a different tune. This made 1873-Anton Cermak Chicago umpires: Albnry and Gonzalez. Stowers company', 515 Duval
the Judge was the first to slap him James' home life nona the easier. Chicago _... 251 j I I mayor born in Bohemia. Victimof : street. apr9-tf

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New York 610 1
en the back and say the heartwarming James enlisted as much to getaway bullet that missed President This afternoon at 5 o'clock the
he most wanted to hear.It from Jane as from Batteries: Lee, Root and Hart- modern
things patriotic I BUNGALOW
Roosveeli at Miami\ Fla., March Lighthouse' ten will play the Cuban FURNISHED THIS Is why more people enjoy*
did not matter so much that Jane reasons. nett Stephenson; Castleman and i 1933. conveniences. 634 William
made light of his small successes This Is not a war story. James Mancuso. I % Club. street. Apply Valdes Bakery.apr27" IT than any other beer, and

as long as James knew that be had went overseas a captain In a regi- C I THIS is how it happened tojbecome!
pleased the Judge. ment composed largely of men from First Game I Behrend GAMES TODAY

his own state. Missouri and Oklahoma. At Philadelphia R. H. E. American 1875-Bernard inventor A.engineer and,; PERSONAL I THE beer that made Milwaukee f famous.,

BUT now the Judge was dead. !. He fought at St. Mihiel, Cincinnati ...........-._...15 20 3 .; designer of electrical machinery' AMERICAN LEAGUE THATS why the wife and I always order
empty office: kept temporarily f ught through tbe'Argonne. swore, Philadelphia __.._.' 493 :': STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS
by sappy 'la a state or ua. ,I sweated. hunted cooties, laughed, Batteries: Frey and Lombardi!; born in Switzerland.1932.LEGALS Died. near Boston at Chicago--W. Ferrell INDIGESTION victims why I SCHLITZ, the beer that's put up .
Boston March 25.
natural ,order and cleanliness was,i worked and did his damnedest along Syl Johnson, Jorgens, Pezzullo,{ vs. Tietje. suffer? For quick relief get a IN brown bottles to keep its
I with two million other Americans. New York at Cleveland--Ruff
a dally almost hourly reminder
E. Moore Pearce and Todd. free sample of Udga, doctor's
{I a
Ills war record Harder.Philadelphia. FLAVOR pure and safe from light;
that his best friend and protectorhad : I was good. though ing vs. at Gardner's Phar- I
gone from him forever. James I not particularly brilliant. He was i 1 at St. Louis--Cascarella -
Second Game 1 I
bad no one now to depend on but noted unfortunately, more'" for the IN THH riRCE'IT COIHT OF THEI vs. Newsom. macy.
p himself. fluency of his language under stress At Philadelphia R. II. E. KNTIKTH .Jl'DICIAI. C1HCTIT Washington at Detroit-Crow. apr23-24-25-30; may 12789141516- !
I than for any feats of unusual Cincinnati _........_ 493 i I OP THM STATE OF FI.OHIDA.' I
daring. ; Burke.
James these alot.e In T der-vs.
a. back bedroom slept and days no longerwakened I The things their captain could Philadelphia ._, _.._._ 5 7 0 I! IN IX rilACKRY.i AM FOR MONROE. onT'1i

Joyfully, anxious to work I think to say on occasions were matters Batteries: Freitas, Schott, Br.n-I j,i In the .Matter of the.- Application I r NATIONAL LEAGUE PALACE I Ij
of Port *- Kirk .. '
JrMi ;
Lombardi! ,
of Erickson. .
pit! hi. superfluous'enukt by romping great pride to James" com nan and ; to Become a Free 1>_ ''r. "' PFINAL ''C innaii'at" Derringer Valerie HobsonRENDEZVOUS j
I t Brooklyn- Ralph Bellamy- !
But Stlmson Wilson .
: with his wife. He ate his breakfast pany. Captain was really Bivin. Jorpena and i: DECREE I
only at his best when he was This matter( comlnih. on to b. vs. Babich. --
alone tiptoeing cautiously Brookly-- heard thi day upon the Report .f i at New York- AT MIDNIGHTBob
down the back stairs for fear be lighting. He always went over the At R. H. E. :, J. Lancelot Lester, Special MasterIn Pittsburgh I

might waken Jane. who had long I top swearing under his breath. He St. Louis -...._...-- 293 Chancery, to whom the petition. Blanton vs. HubbelL Steele in H-- Ii i

since developed Insomnia. was .making the air blue around Brooklyn ..._._........._ 3 11 1 ] filed with herein direction was to heretofore take testimonyand referred Chicago at Boston-French vs. KID COURAGEOUS 1

Ills hair no longer stuck up aggressively him when he was wounded during Batteries: P. Dean. HeuMer'1, make Inquiry as to the capacity.competency Betts.Brandt. Matfoec: 10-15; Nifbtt 15-25e I 1I
a nasty struggle machne! I St. Louis at I
from his crown even on over a Hallahan and Davis; I and qualification Philadelphia
special occasions, but lay meekly gun 'In the Argonne and almost 4 i I I Je .l. Porter Kirke. a married we. Dean vs.. Walters. I
shocked the man, to take charge of and manage II
down where he plastered 'It: and war-hardened nurses her own estate and property, aad te I
be almost, never wore a blue coat while coming out of the ether. become a free dealer and upon thetestimony 1
At Boston R. H. E. Torty-one. steamers touched at
I Ills wound was not a particularly taken before Mid SpeelalMaster IN BROWN I
with checked trousers or vice versalie serious but he Pittsburgh ......._ 376 and submitted with said report Spitsbergen during the past season .

smoked only two cigars a day- after with one.a slight limp.walked. ever And Bo ton, ._._.....___--1 to: the and rapacity the Court and being gealiflcatiossof MtUfledn and carried, 177,000 tons of coal I I
the and
and those at office- be
was for a long while proud eno &b Batteries: Weaver Salveson. the aald Jessie Porter Klrke. a from the island's mine to Arch. ALL MAKES i BOTTLES I
spent Us Sunday, afternoons in a married woman, to take charge ofproperty I Ij
of tbat Swift Padden Frankhouse angel.'RUSSELL'S
limp to burst. and
big chair in the Northrup library !and aaalf. her own estate and j
I James returned home a major and Spohrer. i and to Become a free
off his over-large
sleeping over- I ., I
and the
and rode a prancing charger 'n I, dealer la every respect OEFQlifOU
rich midday dinner. Court being fully advised In thepremise
I front of his men when they marched LEAGUE thereupon BUY AUSED
Jane bad quarreled with his Aunt AMERICAN I '
in the big parade St. Louis It Is hereby ORDERED. ADJUDGED -
Sarah and the latter had to come At Chicago R. H. E. and DECREED as follows '
to the office to her" nephew, their home coming. A million pro .._,_ 472 "'
see or, New York ...__ via:
be went occasionally to see her" pie welcome.lined the streets and gave item Chicago .......__ 7 12 0|,.I I. Master That the in Chancery Report of filed the herein Special 8 CAR

afternoons when be was not busy Batteries: Broaea. Murphy, Des- on the nth day ..f April. A. D.
though be never mentioned these ICo.1frigU. mi, lIar d a..Pmnomtof hong. Van Atta and Dickey; U:.. be. and the same is hereby
i confirmed in all respect
visits at borne. ,
Tomorrow James has a Jones and SewelL 1 :. That Jessie Porter Klrko.petitioner .
He grew stooped thinner than i Welcome from ""n.. C..I. herein be and she Ishereby CIGAR STORE
granted a license to manage JUTATICm :OFD
__ ,.. u ____---- .- At St. Louis R. IL take charge of, and her
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Washington _.-....--1013 own estate and property. become AL f< fOfl 1I

see.see..os.seeseeeeeeeToday's Minnesota! !historian and dean St. Louis ....-...._... 9 12 aC'C"Ordanitb a free dealer in the every statutes respectin of -0-

Birthdays of the Graduate School born at Batteries!: Weaver, Coppola I the State of Florida, and to hold Daily Baseball Returns HONESTVALUES I
Salem and her separateproperty
Wis62 years ago. Russell. Linke and Bolton; Wei- use. "i"po..1 if I
e..e..i..e.e..a.e..e.ee In the name manner aa I
land, Knott Andrews and Grebe..1 she were a sinicle woman \ t
Edward Weston lof N. J, famed Done and Ordered in Chambers Byfife j
Gotshall. engineer, at KeyV*.., Florida, this Itla day I I jI
electrician, born in England 85 I scientist, electric railway pioneer, At Detroft R. H. S.1! of April. A. i). uu..IE.'FER.'IOS. --o-

years afro. I'born in St. Louis 60 years ago. Philadelphia _.._._.._ 7 16 3 Judge .of the Circuit U.Court BROWNE.of the COME IN AND GET THE I

Detroit ........._.._ 641 Twentieth Judicial Circuit of the
Dr.: John R. Mohler", Chief of] Batteries: Mahaffey, Ube"] State ej Florida In and for Monroe RESULTS OF THE

Animal husbandry U. S. Dept Richard Barthelmecs. actor, Dietrich. Benton, Caster and .County aprlt-IS-SS.; may2- MAJOR BASEBALL
+y born in Philadel born in New York City 40 :years Coch- --" TREVOR. & MORRIS
of Agriculture: i Foxx: ; Rowe, Auker and LEAGUES ,
phia CO years ago. rane.
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Harding-Robt. Montgomery Tfe eReerTltMalkMilwaukee' Fa< sus
Lawrence A. Downs, president I Sir James M. Barrie famed At Cleveland K. H. E.J, ia Biography; of tko Bacfcetor "OUet C.atiM... For l .a1u'

of the Illinois Central born atCreeneasUe Scottish novelist and playwright, Boston .......__--.-... 0 4 0 Marlene Dietrich in SOFT DRINKS, Dealer in the. World" <

Irvd.., 63 years ago. I bore 75 years ago. Cleveland ..._.- .-... 260 t THE DEVIL JS.A WOMAN ; '. ETC KM..sown.MtcvTHO COM PAHT. MTUTAOKKX, wm 1
and tOe OrcW I
Batteries: Grove Walberg Balcony, |

Prof. Guy S. Ford of the Univ.iv .Opp Subscribe to The Citizen' R, Ferrellj; Pearson and Pytlak.. ; Ira. llFloasslftLt I. ,' ls-zss, ", ..- .. .. ,
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Harris School Parent-Teacher S. S. McCahill presidentof I the visit to Key West and its obI -

.... 3r I- the Department of Florida I ject. Mrs. Barker spoke briefly of

1 American Legion Auxiliaries! and I the aims of the auxiliary and
Assn. Holds Meeting Yesterday was r /
Mrs. Edwin J.
Barker secretaryand followed .
by John
,.. .,9t9 Pinder post
-- 't I treasurer for the state organizations commander who also gave a brief ,. 5I -

.Mrs. James Singleton who at- secretary: ; Mrs.\ Helena Adams, r who arrived yesterday to talk on affairs pertaining to the .

tended the National Convention of'I I treasurer; Miss Leota Grillion.I : ,..' ,, pay their official visit to Arthur legion and the local unit. *. ; .' ."
.. historian; '- r Sawyer Post Auxiliary are delighted Those who attended the dinner -it\

Parent-Teathen Associations in I I Mrs. W. Archer. Mrs. Chas. > I 1 1x. with their visit. were the visiting officials Mrs. t:.:;"", .>":. .,. :. '

Miami last week. a representative Percy Curry and Mrs. Emma Al f 1 o This is the first time that Mrs. Piodela,, Mr.. and Mrs. John Finder '., ,. -'<

of Harris School presided at bury were elected as the. publicity ; McCahill has been to Key West Mr., and Mrs. C, P. Hoge- : f1

the very interesting meeting of committee. ; and everything is new and unusual boom Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Ca- '\ : -,

the school association held yesterday Mrs. Sam Kemp Mrs. IL S. it was said today. brcra. Jr.. Mrs. Walter Kemp. Mrs. : f
afternoon. Dexter: and Mxa. Rex Shaw comprise .. .r,. Mrs. Barker, although born in ]I P. R. ,Clements, Mrs.' Adriana .,8: !

JJrs. Singleton gave a com- the program committee. this city also finds many changes i j''I Sands, Mrs. George Archer Mrs.. .::.. "
prehensive and delightful talk on .Mrs.\ Gerald Adams Mrs. Dex- since her last visit here. I I James Moore Mrs. Curry Skelton,I

the proceedings of the National ter Dorgan and Mrs. Robert Roberts She will be happily remembered i,I Miss Mizpah\ Roberts Miss Flossie
by a wide coterie of friends a? Baker. MRS. S. S. McCAHILL,
Convention and told in an interesting form the committee on ways
inanner of the variety of and means. Miss Violet Stephens daughter II j!i After dinner the diners went to I Department PresidentToday's

objects which were brought out i Mrs. Anthony'Haskins, Mrs. M. aK ax a s of Mrs. Josephine Stephens, ,,'bo.I I the Legion Hall where the regular --

as being vitally important to the i E. Berkowitz and Mrs. Edna before marriage was Miss Josephine -j'! business meeting was held. Here ........................ Subscribe to The Cithtn.Richardson's .
progress of the allied units. i Mitchell are the members of the! Malone sister of Mayor Wm. j I Mrs. McCahill delivered a beauti-

Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera Jr., 'hospitality committee. I II..Malone. j I, ful and comprehensive address on HoroscopeS 1

who also attended the conventionin Ms.: Ruth Hoeffer. Mrs Bernard -, Directly after their arrival yes- : the work and accomplishments of .............
Miami entertained with sketches : Roberta and Mrs. W. p. I terday the visitors were guests at the American Legion. i

from the addresses delivered by Kemp comprise the membership i MRS EDWIN J. BARKER a luncheon at the home of Mayor I She outlined to her hearers the This day produces a nature with GroceryFRIDAY

the speakers. She said there was committee. and Mrs. Malone on Division sreet. future prospects of the organization. strong sympathies i mingled with:
Department Secretary-Treasurer. (State), The table was beautifully decorated ih ajms and aspirations and AND SATURDAYSPECIALS
enough food for thought and plans During the afternoon bus Mayfield the combative There!
for educational betterment in the Knowles delighted with a I --- with lilliea and roses from I I ;impressed on them the necessity tendencies.

speeches to furnish subjects for piano solo and Miss Susan LaKin ............... ........ the home garden of Mrs. Malone' of building up the membership and I I: are the elements of success in'

discussion for many meetings. sang a beautiful number. CONYENTCLASSDAY! and the guests who were the visiting morale! of the nnit. I whatver is taken hold of in earn Batter. Ib .....................__. ale
'PERSONAL MENTION officials Mrs. J. C. Piodela, j| Members\ who, were present declared I est. Control well '
in yourrelf, weigh
They were so comprehensive After roll call it was indicated Maxwell H.... Coffee, n> 31e ,

scope and vitally interesting.At f that Mrs Emma Albury and Mrs. EXERCISES TONIGHT 0 president of the Key West Auxiliary -; Mrs. McCahill's address tot I all sides of a question before act B1U. Coffee, It ... .. .. .. 25c
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.02= ..., and Mrs Lou Knowles enjoyip'one'.of i be one of the most remarkable I
the conclusion of the talks I Dumont Huddlestonwere the winners i those bad heard ing, and keep active the more lib- Kaffa Haa|, ft ...-.-............ 49c
Mrs E. Henrique installed offi of the banners. Waldo Carrero left yesterday: delightfully i they ever and her elucidation ,............. .. .
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serviced-.luncheons :.for'Vhich i the | of 'a mtmbej.. problems eral side of the nature. ( Sugar, 5 lb.. 25e .
sera for the ensuing as fol-, At the close of the business {t afternoon[ for Miami for a business: : tpf M!
years .
WILL 'TAKE PLACE AT THE visit of hos4_ Viand ,host es,*.rd'poted.: -, i i 'Jii fi..1Vere..kV'timei! difficult of Milk. c.. .m_......_ 10e ..01 lt. :
several ,
lows: Mrs. James session a pleasant social hoar was i days 1 Cream 44c ,
6 40c and
I the evettingthP:local Jr'r'r'tn fselving wasHear'and, forceful and case u.
president; Mrs. Re bah Singleton'l enjoyed. CONVENT OF MARY IM- { .ayxijiaii. ''velr-cmetl i : Tomatoes can .................... ScSalt.1 .
.. J. R. Stowers. proprietor of the. ':entertained with;s=diaper of( by. the.ocal organiza 3 pkr*# ..,..'.n.,.._...4v }OcG :
'-' --- ---- MACULATE II Stowers Music Company, left yesterday th ..fteJDoni! Rest autant.Hero J!'tlon.This ... .'. PLAZA .ava*. 2H_si ise..can ... ... JOe :

Resign FromPhilatelic i I Planning To Hold afternoon for a business the trolof-wheme" .-vof red".and"'-,et- : afternooathV officials and 1 Pear. 2}*''*... can ....:....:.-.. 22. .

-' visit of several days in Miami. 'I low was carried out with royal members of the auxiliary are visiting SANDWICH SHOP Peache, 2H M.. c.....,.._.. ,ISe :
Unit 'Novelty Exhibit poincianas and yellow candles. ;i points of interest on the island Siam Rice; S fb*. ..::..:.::...'... '3Se .
'I Class Day Exercises will be I The piece de resistance of the and will pay a call to the Marine 503 DUVAL STREET ; Baked Be..., 6 ease ...-... 2Sc .
held this evening at the Convent W. E. Van Loon, state automobile i ..._... .. ..
COlJUlWdor--;; Mietk-Liuba, CommodorlfietkLiuba, dinner was that famed Spanish hospital and chat with some! Where i. REAL MONEY Jelly, 3 ft box 24c
HalL tag agent, left aftIernoon 5c ia ..
yesterday Fleer 6 Ib tack .... 280Ovaltiae.
dub arroz con polio. With the' of the veterans who are there { .n. --
H. D. W., resigned last night, IL If.V.., announces that the Class Song Class of '35. At for Miami after a stay of a small. ..... ... ..... 3S
yellow rice and red of pimentoes, j Unless they decide to change! : BARBECUE, SAND- ; ......... ... ... .
from his office as President of Philatelic and Numismatic Society piano J. James. several days on business in Key 5c Ovaltiae. large tile
I I Caprice Rspagnol 37, M.Mosskowski West. the color scheme was also strikingly -j I their plans and remain over to'! WICHES. at.,_"u_... Praxes. 2H .i!_ can __.. 22c
the Key West Philatelic Society.He .J West is op.
of Key making t
prep- evident. j' attend the "Frivolities of 1935. | New Potatoe.. 5 Ik*. 25c
and Margaret Z. von Mietk-I arations for an International Rose AppeL / Mrs. Piodela welcomed the I'. being presented tonight for Arthur HOME MADE SOUPS, r : Sa.....s >. Lard. ea. ._...... lie

Liuba also resigned from membership 'I i Stamp Coin and Key West Salutatory Celia Fernandek" John Saunders returned yester, guests in a brief address. Mrs;I Sawyer Post they will leave I at .... ..._........... C Potatoes. 10 Ib.. ................ 2SeTnma
in the organization.It I I (To be given at Graduation). day from New Smyrna after being McCahill talked entertainingly; of.this afternoon for Miami iI } Fish caa .___............... lie
will be remembered that the'{Novelty, Exhibition to be held in That Essay, Solita Cobo. with the r-Iroad! .during the t it LARGR PONY OF 5c : Tomato Paste 10e six' ..

"Unqiam A'ltior" Carolyn. --- .._ ... ....__........
outstanding event presented by this city in December. w.ter season. DRAUGHT BEER .._.. .. 2 for -- .. tie
West :i During the last stamp and coin I Sands. I CHARGES DESERTION Cod Fish Cake. 2 sass.. 25e
the Philatelic Society
Key 't Class Grumbler Dorothy Frye. SCHOOL STUDENTS | I OVERSIZE SURPRISE Pimemt, 3 eaas ................ 23cRias.
under the presidency of the com-:'' exhibition in March a total of Class History, Mary Whalton. Attorney J. Lancelot Letter! of ', SANDWICH. at .......... 5 C .. 3 p.... ............. ...... 24c
modore was the stamp and coin forty-seven frames with stamps the FERA legal department re- i LA'MAR, :Aio.-After 48 years Saai-FUsb., c.. .-__...-.......... 23c
exhibition last March. I(land coins were displayed. For Respect Us Rosalina Sawyer.Class ',""ned yeste'Jay after an abence.f : TO PRESENT PLAY 1of wedded life Mrs. Mbthais Shelton -, 8 ox. GLASS OF SWEET Ivory. Seep 6 ban ........ ... 34c

On Monday he took over the the coming international show Poem. Lorraine Lounders. v.al! wks on business in of this city, has brought suit! MILK at .... ... ....h. 5c Tomato.. 3 Ib*.4.-------- 2SeStriae
presidency of the Philatelic and fifty frames have already been Our Class Colors, Yvonne Pm- Jacksonville &.,d Tallahassee.M. I' divorce' Bead. 2 c... .. .. .. lie
her husband for
Numismatic Society of Key West'pledged. There is every indica- der.Class against Large Bag of Saratoga : Calumet Ba..i.. Powder,
will be Prophecy. Louise Lee. TO BE HELD IN HARRIS on grounds of desertion. Potato Chins .._ ... 5c Ib c.. .. _..?_.. ". ._._.. .. 25e
which is an activity of members tion that this event comparable F. Zimpelmann. agent for
1 I A Wonderful Class, Rose ]Mary Pig Feet jar ..... I8$ zed 2k
of the Oceanographic' Research to exhibitions in the the Pullman in Miami, SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FRIDAY .
Albury. company son, Florida Pinder Copeland A portio. of Potato Chip Braia 3 case 2Se
Council, under the Director of Social largest cities of the country. left yesterday for his home aft- i ,!
Ramsey Ruthie Stricker Ellie
{ ,
Giftorian Rose AppeL NIGHT l served free o. all *aaj riche. Pboae 638-R Free Delivery
Activities The
Educational and Cultural attitude of foreign stamp er a short' business visit. j Grace
Gwynn Precedes Norcissa
Last Will and EvaL. CURB SERVICE
Testament Eatoa: and Elizabeth Street
of the CouncilConsolidation clubs toward participation is re-
i Maloney. {I Sanchez Evelyn Sola no, Kathryn
ported to be favorable.The W. A. Parrish business j I.
Valedictory, Josephine James man of "" Knowles. Edna Suarez. Helen 1 -
and Numismatic The "Th
OfMusical (To be given at Graduation). Marathon left yesterday for his operetta King's, Rose Wells, Ellen Mae DiNegro!: .
I Society wishes to bring a large I home after business Sneezes" will be presented by the -- ---
l UnitsA Farewell Song Class of '35. a visit in Key Jewel Fine and Annie Laurie

: I number of visitors to Key West At piano Celia Fernandez. West children of the Harris School at;:! Summers. .111111..*..**...*.***.1*.11111.111*ae*.o.e.oa.eo'
I for the four-day exhibition, and .
consolidation of various activities .negotiations along this line have It 9 o'clock Friday night. I ."...._."lIle.. tendtaa Held"I e.

in the community life of' been started. William Nelson who was visiting The children taking part are:i THE SEMINOLEI : e

Key ,West has been effected. I''t I SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS for several weeks with relatives King .Nicholas, Billy Spence;]i "....._."lIle. S lerld.I :

The Key West Chamber Musicians Arrange ProgramFor in Miami, returned yester- Queen Dorothy Phylis Aspinall1;!I CHAS B. (.RINKR. "...1(." HOWDY FOLKS .
and The Key West Meloly day.
Princess Lucy Lacy Lisabel Othe-'A human home-like inntitntion I: .
Hour have been incorporated in Melody Hoar It ---::- I lia Cervantes; Max Luckyfoot where you will find y..r ...1"1.....t ,
the activities of the Oceanographic: By ANN PAGE rmmlmrt cad rmtfrtmlmtmrmt a matter -
I j i Thomas II. Gato returned yesterday i John R. Kerr; Willie Belldropper,|;! of great Importance.I .
Research Council, under the Director The third Key West Melody fruit and vegetable are I
SPRING from a visit with relatives I Arthur Roberts; Ben Bunslapper,I -
of Social. Educational and I|I Hour will be presented promptly peak in abundance and i" .. .. :
in New York and after spending Eugene Berkowitz Tim Thread- rir i r f fcvlMlm located HERE'S GOOD
Cultural Activities. I j tat 8:00 p. m. on Frilay in the much lower in price than they have I ; !. tae hrart of tke city I NEWS FOR YOU ;
been. Especially choice are strawberries a few days with his brother and i ripper Billy Cates; Waterhlly, .
The the Philatelic of the Colonial l -o-
Forum Salon
Open Writing
pineapple, rhubarb green sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. F.. H. Ellen Wharton; Fiddlers Three,, Every Room with Combination Tab I That cherished '
Numismatic fit Hotel. dream of become
and Society Key i pea. tringles beans aaparagu Gato, will leave for his home in John Lewis Day,Ed Reshore Roy and Shower Bath Radio yours can now .
West and the Poetic Circle: of 1} Such numbers as "Prelude in C spinach and tomatoes. New cabbageand Havana. I Rogers King's Heralds Donald!'OillnR Fan Slat Door for Summer; i iI a reality
Key West are also included in the 'Sharp Minor", "Polish Dance", onions are in market and somewhat ; I Ventilation Comfortable Reds with, .
I cheaper than they hare beenNew Pearlman Edward Albertus;r Mattresses* o' Inner Spring Con.1
combined objectives of the CounciL "Songs My Mother Taught Me\ Howard motion and Individual i
UU Murdock Haskins
potatoes are high. Tailors i
I fleas-I
A Foreign' Language Department (in anticipation of Mothers' Day), Both fresh and salt! water nh are Mrs John A. Roker who arrived Russell Marvin Kemp, Ernest., Ing Lamps.I f .

will be added in a few days., "Liebestraum" promise an hour abundant and moderate or low in from West Palm Beach Sunday Salazar; John Bearup; Bakers I!j!1 RATES ......I 1 Do You Know What

As soon as certain details relative of melodies and expert musician price. Poultry Is till relatively cheaper left yesterday afternoon fur Harold Wells Charles Sands: rN R_... Prh.... Beth .. .. ca.. .
to the transfer of the eoun'l: ship.In than any of the meat but lamb.! her home, accompanied by her K4 ItwuKK. Private Rath .. ZJM I .
Butter and egg retail are about the Charles Caring. Frank Saunders,;[4. Hm ... Private Bath .... __ a.ae
cil to Key. West will have observance of National Music same a* hut week but maychangeat (claughter-in-law Mrs. John F. Roker Tom.Alfonso; Village Girls Rosemary ,,24: RM>M.. Private. Bath .__ aj Will
arranged regular research work Week. Mrs Haydn Illingworth any time. who was in Key West for a Demeritt Wilma Russell I i, !. 8aa i>le H_... FrI.... Rath .. : $1.00 Do :
will.begin. here,* I will give a brief talk on "Amer Here are three menu made op of tonsillotomy and has recovered Geraldine Kennedy Ruth 'SLIGHT I%('1tEA.H KOR 001.BloC!' : :
reasonably priced food Thomp-
adapted to OCCIPA'XCV
C'Plizn __: .
her home.
return to
? lean Composers" and play three different budget !level: sufficiently to ... I!,
- -- ---- --
Luncheon American compositions. Low Cost DinnerSeven i : It will bring into your home' THAT GREAT'

Mr. and Mrs William MeKillip, e .
For Tomorrow Steak Creamed Potaoes :
:. Arrange For Dance Turnip Green Sr., accompanied by their sonrin- AMERICAN SERVANT, the modern1_ .: ,ail. range

,Elaborate preparations- are be- At Cuban Club Banana Bread in and Orange Butter Jelly law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. AND JUST REMEMBER that your home wilt .
Odes Pojrue, who had been spend-
Tea or Coffee Milk : modern
ing made by the Key. West Wo- with relatives never be "without.one.
ing month's'.T&cation -
man's Club for the mother and The Muki-Muki 0 Club has Medium Cost Dinner a .u, "
in St. Petersburg returnedto :
daughters luncheon to be held to-'made for giving
Oven-baked Chicken Giblet Gravy Key West last evening over the e .
morrow afternoon in the rooms of dance at the Cuban Club on the Boiled Rice Green Pea .

the public library. evening of Mby 20. beginning at Bread and Butter highway. The PlanNOW .
Orange Custard
After the luncheon officers of 9:30 o'clock. Tea Coffee
or Milk j
the Senior and Junior Woman's This is termed "Flower Day" .

Clubs will be installed for. the and en enjoyable time is promisedall Very Special Dinner : C
coming year.AMATEUR. ( who attend. Cream of Spinach Soup ARCHER'SGROCERY ct nnun CONFIDENTIAL-for the

.. --- ----_ .._- Veal Cutlet Creea Bean New Potatoes 1l :, small sum of $1.00 down, we will install one of '

I Roll Tomato! and SaJad Butter I Y I : our MODERN gas ranges that' you .h...- been ::
NIGHT SIX LICENSES The Store That Serve I :
Orange Shortcake hearing your neighbors rave about. THE REST :
Coffee Milk You Best"APPETIZING

PRIZES GIVENWinners TO WED ISSUEDDuring LEAST EXPECTED FOODSAPPETIZING I r IS EASY. Just pay $1.00 per month. thereafter -

: until the email ia
purchase price paid in lulL .
the following
in the amateur night the past week -
performance staged last night at marriage licenses were is- .his way to make arrangements for I : THAT GREATEST OF ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES .
his mother-in-law's John at this .
funeral chopping store
I i
sued from the office of Judge
Douglass High School under the Hugh Gunn: W. Mattice of this city, drove his J everything is before you in When You Buy : the incomparable gas ranee.

sponsorship of the recreation de- Edward Cruz and Dorothy Key; automobile into a passenger train j plain sight with contents notedon I

partment of the Key West Administration George Irving Knowles Jr. and and was killedLumbermen -package and cans. If you .
were announced this Elizabeth Johnson; Armando Ren- are accustomed to QUALITY a Used Car I AND REMEMBER
morning. dueles and Clotilde Villareal; cay the dnly cc-i FOODS then this is your
Charles Leslie Perez and Carmen maining forest of virgin red cedarin I
Alfred Colbrooks was awarded Welcome lltore.1
We Repo
first prize; Laurette McIntosh Paz Cochon; Pedro Garcia and Lebanon the' United Tenn.States stands near!} Account Von take no chance when. you buy a Square GAS ISQuickerCheaper'More

second prize, and Elsie Cleare, Josephine Acosta; Daniel Ashe and I II I Deal used car backed by our Gold Certificate. ;

third prize. Honorable mention Susannah Tatum. I I All Competition met with '
Each ear is reconditioned by skilled
went to Verdell Gibson.CORRECTION KEY WESTCOLONIAL Low Prices and High Quality. our me
Beaumont TeL, has decided toj i I chanica. The tremendous demand for the Ford Dependable .

abandon the "Black Maria" and l HOTELIn Order All Food Need. V-8 enable us to offer outstanding value. i.

use !ordinary "scouts" cars for: Thro.f U*
In the article appearing in yesterday's conveying prisoners to jaiL the Center of the Businessand Come in today and select your Square Deal 1

issue of The Citizen relative Theater District Fish Turtle Gold Certificate*u ed ear. I.

to those included in the plant Fruits Vegetable 1 1r r .

board cases to be taken up in DANCEMUKI.MUKI rant aaarF'ir.pr.ofSeasibi. Meats

Criminal Court next week for refusing -By- 1 Rate I I Dairy Products TREVOR & MORRIS Inc. : Florida Public Utilities Company

to allow their trees to be I
prayed, one o! the names men- 0 COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Phone 67 Fr. Delivery "Oldest Continuous Ford Dealer in the World" :
: JACK R. HYMAN Sale Manager..
tioned was not that of Joseph W. CUBAN CLUB Garage Elevator 814 FkB>*>f Street ,

Sawyer who is employed at the Mar 20, 9 O'clock Popwlar' ,Price. I I I .. .

First National Bank. <_ (Flower Day) 6 1 ..............0/!

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