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: March 15, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00455
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Associated Press Day Wire ., - : Key West, Florida, has the
Service. Uti w' (
be" iatp cst Citizen most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the. country; with an average

L Best Interests of Key West range of only 14' Fahrenheit

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Josepbus Passage Of Soldier Bonus Bill Over


Mexico, N wtMade.l'argetOf ; RIGHT_FAVOREDTAX Effective: today-Norberg Thompson --I.:1-the told-st-t-up The Citizen which goes he felt in effect that with today -,I 1I)J Presidential : Veto ;Seen As Possible

I there will be a substantial' -- -- ..

By Massachusetts l nsi{TAX ENDORSE THIS ACTION OF STATE AS I of the becomes Monroe director County of Ferry operations system 1!t|1 I Ito saving It feature is in planned expenditures.sea ,foods said )Ir and, Albert local I' RIDER INJURED I jl jlIN SUIT AGAINST ;i-1 Administration- Leaders

.. PERTAINS TO HOMESTEAD I with Captain J. E. Demeritt, dishes on the ferries, with perfect M KEY WEST FILED Making Plans On Assumption *
I cuisine and RDROMEi
r quality service
ASSN. formerly of tLe Ferry Mo.+roe a service I
Navy IA
Former Secretary EXEMPTIONTax which will be recognzied by Measure Will

County, as superintendent. Other travelers as good as can be pro- : IN U. S. COURT:
changes announced fol.; Eventually Go ThroughBy
as <
I: There !
collectors of Florida who will also be inaugurated j
To What May Be I lows: I Ii the idea of doing all possible to J'I, BAD MAN TAKEN TO I
attended the meeting of officials i make the trip across the water I; HOSPITAL' 1
Criticism I' Captain William Roberts formerly I gaps from landing to I BYRON PRICE
Cause For BOND
I landing,1 CASE ANOTHER
from all parts of the state in Tampa i pleasurable in with ; 1 (falrf .. hue.... The AowUIrdrrriM
of the Ferry Florida Keys, every I 1 I 1Va.anlgtea)
GROUP NUMBERING 64 PER. declared themselves in favor nothing left undone to add to the While IS INSURANCE COMPANY I
i 1 riding a motorcycle in'' They will ant; acknowledge it
will comfort of
assume command of the Monroe the pacsenger.i .
By HERBERT PLUMMER SONS GREATLY DELIGHTED of broadening the homestead exemption Ticket I Ii I the motordrome at the carnival!, AGAINST MONROE COUNTY openly, but various administration
i At FERA Office I j
(fly Aar.4I.led Press) I
County; Captain Charles Al- la st night John P. Mewburn who !
WASHINGTON, March 15- WITH RECEPTION ACCORD. to include all home owners -' The ticket office will be in the :i i advisers are making plans on
bury will be skipper of the Florida ' administration building and tickets ,. was tiding, was injured when a!i L. !
P. Chalmers
Josephus Daniels, ambassador to I ED DURING STAY HERELeaving and those having contracts for j i i be I tire the i I I is plaintiff in a the assumption that a bonus bi'l
on machine
can secured<< from the ac- burst and it suit against the City of Key
i Keys, with Harry Pritchard as :
Mexico often must ask himself, t title, Frank II. Ladd told The i #countant's office. However it is and rider fell to the ground. II i i West asking damages in the j.! for world war veterans will b.
I ur teer. Captain Veral Roberts proposed! to make arrangement* Mewburn :, !' amount of $10,000. The in-1 i
MJust why is it people from Massachusetts Citizen today; ; was' taken to theMarine sum passed at this session of congress
yesterday for Miamiwas for traveler to-secure their'
I ; trans volverf
i is relative to the 'purchase I
always are jumping on a party of delighted visitors Mr.' Ladd attended the meeting will command tiie'Fer'ry'Key1:West 'portation' whatever' hotel in the 1! Hospital where his in-': of Six Percent Public Park over a presidential veto.
who had been spending two days ;;city they are stopping j juries, onsh..ting'of' bruises >and Bonds. 'I
and Burr.ll Lowe-will; be the* j Until quit. the'Roosevelt .
1"The recently
me from the-first day to the last 'and I en. For !,
in Key West as guests of members visitors coming south tick' abrasions: about the body were This suit 'was filed in United

former secretary of the of the FERA recreation division I returned to Key West over the rineer.I '' eta will, a:< at present, be available<''attended to. -I II t States I district court for the. men had keen confident the/
and Key ,Westers. .it the office of the' Miami ' navy and one-time .bo..** ofFranklin highway yesterday:with Mrs: Ladd Captain Ed Sheeran who was'in Club. At the'hospital today' it was'Southern District of Florida this I had the proposal beaten. They
Members of the All State Association -! i week. The in" '
D. Roosevelt, is the target who him 'itharge' of the system, has been relieved I( said! that none of the injuries papers the case banked chiefly oa the senate, however .
64 in number, representing accompanied on the trip. All of the: changes and appointments are in the office of C. Rodney

of two Massachusetts representatives I practically all states in the I II I! He said that the action of the the bridges and is operations to be connected under B.with 11 1. which have )been made in ;, were serious, as no bones were Gwynn, deputy clerk of United t t and the situation there has
union, said they had a wonderful i j the system' said! Mr. Albert, have fractured. }in who are I | collectors followed! stirring Duncan. Earl Roberts who was 1 j! been changing steadily.
congress their. a been
time and only regretted that ,j ap- assistant to Sheeran has doc after a careful inve'tijraticn Another patient was taken to Another suit pending is that,
displeased at the way he is ban stay was %o short. i pesl by Comptroller J. M. Lee last been relieved. of operations;. was made and the same hospital last night in an of the Ben blur Life Insurance P}; The republicans generally have

From the time they arrived Until I Friday, when he urged collectors!i met with the sanction of Mr.Thompon. ambulance from the Lopez Company against the County of j I agreed that this is one of the issues -
dung his job in Mexico. Their I their afternoon I Roy Faulkner who was auditor Mr. Demeritt and the Funeral Home. She Mc. This is in which
nroe. the
departure yesterday -i j to point out to all home owners I Ii i for was Jessie matter of> on they can afford to
specific grievance is that Daniel. they were kept continually I j the system has been approval of Acting Director D\[. E. Jones who had taken a solution bridge and highway; bonds ||I stand against the democratic ad-
on the move visiting many places I i and contract title owners who desired -I I fen ed to the auditing departmentof Gilfnnd. of the Florida Emergency !jof either lye or potash, it was A peremptory writ of mandamus -' ministration. The left-wing democrats -
hs-s. become "too involved in Mexico's of interest, viewing the sights and I tax exemption to file their: the FERA and has been assigned Relief Administration said.First has been issued and hear-I')}, are out of control. A third

religious difficulties. attending entertainments of all as bookkeeper. The auditing, A busy week-end is !being pre. aid was given the patient ing set for March 25 in United''[group which will vote for the bill
kinds applications at once with the tax- i henceforth will be handled by. pared for Mr. Albert concluded, and she was sent home little tho States court in Miami\ before''his|. composed of democrats who
Connery a seven-termer in the Just before leaving Mr. Curtis assessor! Leroy Ilankinson, auditor for the a; transportation must be provided worse for the experience. Judge }Halsted L. Ritter. j[ ordinarily would be with Mr.
house and an actor before he took Key West and Monroe\ county dis- for the Krause Carnival and [
station Roosevelt
the Clerk
appeared at accompanied ; Deputy Gwynn has the>II but who feel that in
Would Amend
up politics let loose a terrific Mrs. Curtis and :I Law trict. ; the Heffner-Vincon company, with !I in this 1 this instance
by was! I ;| papers ease and has been: one they must be
verbal blast on the floor against greeted with cheers and clappin Mr.\ Lee said "homestead exemption -!i Two Others Relieved 1 all of the paraphernalia of the or- ROBERTS FAMILY : instructed to have the papers and I with the organized veterans,

Daniels. He demanded that the of hands. as an appreciation of,,I is new and like aU!! other i'| Two other employes of the system ganizations.To -: files in the matter in court at i The combination of these three
United States intervene and i inecessary if, his efforts and plans for the en- 'important measures without precedent -', Mr'\ = Mizpah\ Roberts, stem afford perfect service trips ARRIVE IN CITY Miami on March 25. senate elements has been too

withdraw recognition: of, tertainment which were success-!!i! it be expected to be grapher and O. L. King, port stew of the ferries Sunday will begin much for some, at least of the
Mexico's government. Another; may ard, have been relieved from the r at 6 o'clock in the morning to
: ful beyond expectation, the visitors imperfect in its original form. The en- 'I I administration stalwarts. Theyare
Massachusetts\ member Higgins of] duties. able the I' STUDY CLASSES
: vessels completing the
said. i j I l legislature will no doubt clarify I: ; MONIN ready to give up
Boston a first-termer, is the i Before leaving J. Gerry Curtis i iI j j i and improve its provisions and its 1 Discussing the changes and appointments transportation of equipment and! JESS BROTHER.IN-1 Don't Want Inflation

author of a resolution demandingthe I'' headed the party said that every :', application." \ with F. .E. Albert, executive passengers without any holdups or i| LAW OF CHAS. ROBERTS, |i STARTED TODAY It is still the conviction, or at
recall of Daniels for his alleged I, i officer this morning he delays.TODAY'S .
experienced I '|t Mr. Ladd said that Mr. Lee particularly I{ I least the strcng hope of, these
participation in the afair.j stressed the statement!i -I II I I I I,- -:-- -. 9tm- ...!....:'*-. .- -- -.--- COMES ON-yiSIT J 1, > V ,leaders His Excellencyhxmev 7 should taming time in Key West and' that "no member of the legisla-'' i MEMBER OF FERA ORGANIZA- Elation provisions'will be at-
be accustomed to Massachusetts were delighted with the visit. Mrs. ture. I am sure. intended to ex- i i i! TION WILL TEACH tached to the bill when it emerges
jibes by this time. When he was Larkins is planning other group clude from exemption the owners [r WEATHER 1 Mr\ ?. Charles E Roberts: and 1 : in final form.
secretary of the navy during the visits in the next few weeks. of homes who chance to not be I daughter Betty Louise, and Mrs.;;!(f STENOGRAPHY A forced issue of some $2,000- i

Wilson administration one of his heads of families. Neither did the Robert brother Jess Monin. have s'J i i: 000,000 in new currency would '

severest critics was the late Representative , STEAMER VIiiNIACOMINGSATURDAY ( legislators intend that the technicality Temperature I i San Franrhco: 46 58 arrived in Key West from Louis->, }Mr\ Virginia Bunney has are they say, seriously derange the
"Gussie" Gardner of' ':j arising from the purchase of Highest ... ._...._.....-.. .. .......... 74 Seattle .'" .40 48 vine, Ky. Ii 1 1I |! lived in Key lest from the office whole administration plan for

that state. Some of the things a home on contract, rather than j ji Lowest ...... ..............................65 I, Tampa .... -- 51 72 I Mrs. Robert comes here to join of the Florida Emergency Relief currency management. The step
Gardner had to say about Daniels by outright deed, should deprive Mean .....-.-......_........._......_.........70 i Washington ...... :30 46 her husband who is employed at Administration in Jacksonville, would be so far-reaching that
then would make the charges of I I the owner from exemption." j jj I Normal Mean __....._ _.....__.___..._72 Willuton .h....... 32 06 the First; National Bank, Mr. ,! and classes in stenography are being those who oppose it think its ad.
Connery and Higgins sound tame I I j Many Are Barred 4 I RainfallYesterday's Roberts having arrived here quite started this afternoon in the vocates can either be reasoned or

in comparison. i VESSEL WILL TAKE BUNKERSAT Mr. Ladd! stated that several WEATHER FORECAST recently from Louisville, where;, high school building. frightened off.
thousand home Precipitation .0 Ins. j he had been employed in a brnkt; The tentative plans now being
Wanted: Good JUibis owners are now I t Although special funds. set &
Foreign diplomats, residents i in I' PORTER DOCK COM. I denied exemption under the law Normal. Precipitation... .03; Ins. I I there, to accept a position in Key; aside from the general relief appropriation dis'ussed-and apparently none

Washington, still are trying to as written and that many of these !'I *ndl TLIr K a rte.rd< H oVIork t..rrr thin a-hour tu..r.I.ptrG'J<<. i J (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) i West.: lie was employed at the : by the state off:ce, has been adopted-are based on
think up excuses to give their, PANY PIER are pathetic CESeS. Some homeowners I i i Tomorrow's Almanac j f' Key West and Vicinity: Fair I I local bank prior to going to Ken are being used in this adult education the belief that the final bill will
he said, who are sadly in j tonight and Saturday; warmer !! lucky where: he remained for BCV-I, work, the classes are open to leave the financing up to the
offices . ...
foreign as to why they Sun rises ... ........ C:35 a. m. I!
missed out so badly on what the II the I need of relief find themselves Sun sets ..................-... 6:36 p. in. Saturday northeast;and gentle to moderate.J: eral years. I! anyone in t-.ey West wishing to President. Several alternativesare
Virginia, of MrIon\ in who will remain
.Steamship east winds. possible.
because i : attend them Mrs. Nina G. Ryder
brrred from exemption ,
senate would do with the world ( Moon\ rises .......... ... 3:40 m. '
p. i
Texas, Oil is due to arrive I Florida here for visit with Mr. and Mrs. MV.' Roosevelt .
Company a could ask
Fair social here
they are alone in the world. I : slightly warmer director of service emphanzed congress
court protocols.. I Moon[ sets ...___.......... 4:26 a. m. : I
in Key West tomorrow and,I r "I am satisfied! he said. "that (1 i in eat and north portions tonight; ,|' Roberts told The Citizen today''I this morning. for new taxes to providethe
A great many of the amba!
flora and ministers informed their Dock Company. I I amendment and the people in A.M.\ P.M.\ I I Jacksonville to Florida Straits:I'( with his stay in Key West thufar deal of experience having taught I the bonus certificates. No

respective governments days i in!I This will be three vessels for,: voting the amendment, had no High .................. 8:16 8:05 : Gentle to moderate northeast and this being his first visit to the ,, both in private, and public schools, I,' one bees any likelihood, however
advance: that senate ratification" the company tomorrow. The idea of this condition resulting. I, Low ..._.._.....,... .. 2:04 1:37 ( tast winds over south portion and I j! Island City. j Classes are to be conducted i r that congress would pass a tax bill
I of the court was "in the bag. I others will be the Ora Dell and,,: The 1935 legislature. should cor- Barometer at 8 a. m., today: j(gentle' > variable winds beconvnjj! The Kentuckian spoken} higli-f!; ;[every day exceptSaturday and of such proportions.

Gossip has it that some went so the Yoro, both of the Standard I'[i j' reef it...."' Sea level 30.23. '" "' i moderate southerly' .over north I Kt terms of Key West and it<);.Sunday end hours re 'hom 3:15: j r Or he could, unless tome, techmeal -
far u to say they had inside in Fruit and "Steamship Company] ,i j|( portion and fair weather tonight I! 1 "a P ecial T mention oft.pp. m. to 4:30 p. 'mr,"'CiSO p, m. .l barrier were raised, use

formation that ratificationcouldn't Another ,vessel l of this line, the; I Lowest Highest j end Saturday i' I I PcoPJe"m'! tttlate )riHM'l| |f Ito' 7:45: p. m.; and from 7:45: p. S2.000.000.000 of the '4, 80.-
possibly fail. Oriskany is due Tuesday from iLAqpSEIZED:]A ? Station! Last NightYesterday I ..' East- li/loJerate"n! rt east t-eati hos i1' [:' m.to9p.m. .r 000,000 which the admin'fetratpm

It was a crestfallen bunch when Philadelphia. .. i j ''Xbilene, ',._......_ 56 ,80 > j ard -east wind over south''portionI I tt tl,gli z!.nm \' 'Yf '[ Classes-are- starting' today, and I still expects to get-in spite, ,ot
the vote finally was taken and the I These three last named vessels,,: .FORVIOLATIONCUSTOMS Atlanta ..,00'"_'_''' 38 54 I and increasing fout east and soulh:],1 1 c.J: 1-ir'l'f li!fJ tl 1 c11'tl' Et ose wh o I II byMonday, -foil '!attendance by' the present controversy for,, work;

court issue lost by a margin o fare, all in the fruit carrying tradej II IIi .. ,: Boston ._...00........28 40 I binds becoming fresh over'norlh-- I have eon accustomed' to living i in those who1' have registered is expected relief. That course also would
seven votes. I I and between northern I places having I cold climate, can Mrs. Johnson eaid. have its obvious drawbacks.
ply port
!j i -. --: I Buffalo ............ 24 36 east portion and probably strong
Their discomfiture was increased and Frontera, Mexico\ stopping at \ Charleston ........ 48 66 \lover northwest portion; Saturday 'I fully appreciate the balmy and I May Use Tai Threat

further when the foreign Key West for fuel oil and AGENT ORDERS Chicago ............ 42 46 1I I 'I delightful weather to be found in ANNOUNCE DEATHOF Finally, he might propose to

offices began asking them why plies. 'uP-1 SEIZURE OF VESSEL AT j j Denver .....,..__.... 48 78 I| WEATHER CONDITIONS !j Key West. I borrow the money adding another -

they were so far wrong with their t' Detroit ..... ........ 32 38 $2,000,000 000 to the public

advance information. ;: E.CARPENT1ER THIS PORT i i iI'Galveston -......... 62 70 Pressure is highest this morn- .NEW ARRIVAL ATRUSSELL'S ALICE BAKERA debt.Already
As a matter of fact there arc I I! Havana ...h.__...... 70 I ing over the Atlantic coast sections the treasury is heavily|

many so-called expert prognosticators I II I Huron ............... 44 76 from Maine southward over in the money market. Administra-
in Washington who would;: GOES TO TRIAL I II i P. J. Galvin, customs agent|Jacksonville ....- 48 72 I Florida wifh the crest" over NorthI HOMEs telegram wa sreceived last!' teen' critics have been saying thi

like to know themselves. :+ from Miami, in conjunction with Kansas City ._n" CO 82 Carolina, Hatteras, 30.38 inches! night from Mr. and Mrs. J. R. government's credit cannot be

'Old Line' MAtrimonyThe i i I 1 ---- I officers of the local customshouse r,i KEY WEST .__. 65 74 I and pressure has increased over n I I I Baker in Miami announcing the strained much further This Mr.

seized the launch Lamb for Little Rock ...... 58 78 I the Pacific coast region; while I Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Russell : death of their daughter, Alice, in I Roosevelt's partisans dispute, yep
lines of conversation was along the; TRIED ON CHARGE OF AC-i i violation of the customs laws. j! Los Angeles ...... 52 72 disturbance-: marked inten'ityI of 701 South! street announce the the Jackson Memorial Hospital in i they manifestly have no relish for

keeping "on party the reservation"regularity and i CRAVATED ASSAULT; i Specifically the vessel is suspected Louisvile .-........ 46 52 I I and extent covers the Great Plans; II' I;I, arrival of a boy at their home yes that city. Mr. and Mrs. Baker and piling on another 12,000,000,000
re-j'j I II of having engaged in rum Miami ..........h._. 56 74 with" the center in South Dakota. : terday morning. I i t daughter left here on Wednesday.
gardless what when someone recalled; CASE HEARD TODAY : running. After seizure it was Minneapolis m'.' 42 54 I' Huron 2 .24 inches.Temperatures I i The new arrival weighed eight I!t t Burial will take place this after- now.Altogether, it is a prospect of

horse an old republican wheel-I j placed in custody of the customs New Orleans ..... 56 76 are considerably, and a half pounds, and will be'given !. noon in Miami. rerious potentialities. "No hint of
Penrose was the, late Senator Boise I -- { authorities and is being held for, New York .....__. 28 40 I above the seasonal avearge in the','' the name of Kenneth l\Iax-1! She }is survived! by her parents; the final outcome is expected for

of Pennsylvania. There i Edelmiro Carpentier was place!I! future disposition. I Pen acola .-........ 56 74 Missouri upper Mississippi and welL two sisters, Ruth and Lelanette; some weeks. Doubtless the ad..
probably never has been anoth r on trial this morning in criminal'} The vessel is owned by Olegario Pittsburgh ...... 32 38 Ohio valleys, Lake region, Kansas.!!: The mother before marriage j|: two .brothers, Samuel and 'Joseph. ministration will make good 'use
quite so loyal to the establishedpolitical :; court on a charge of aggravated.assault I; Velasquez and has recently been St. Louis ....... 52 58 Oklahoma and central Texas; was Miss Elizabeth Russell, daughter -i The last two we'now with, their of the threat of increased taxes-
sylaniaa.order as was the Pen m-'. to which he pleaded not! renovated, repaired and placed in( Salt Lake City. 32 70 (Continued on Page Three) I' of Mr. and Mrs. Henry., O.i i grandmother, Mrs. Caleb Baker,. but with congress manifestly 'unwilling -

!guilty j' first class condition I Russell of South street. J }Miami. & to'take that way. out,
t ----
The story was recalled that; Jurors E. A. Ramsey, }(iI'ton, I some other must be found. :

Penrose never married. At onetime !''llenson" J. At: Gaiti.' Arnold Key, SPECIALS -'" FRI. >,ND SAT. SPECIALSRib eventually.

In his career, so it is sai d'I>l Charles C. Ingraham and lark I AJ"TE.ND'Our : Roast, tb, ..:._....._, 25e And the economic side of the
when it was suggested that he and ANNOUNCINGTHE case is only one of several UKpects.
< Plummer were empanelled Spring Lamb tt 20c and 25e :
run for a public office the objection I The political side[ with
after hearing the testimony returned I Cocktail Hour Lamb Stew tb lye
was raised in his politicalol1taDlzahon : l': a verdict of guilty. I I NEW- 1 i Veal Chop., tt _....._,_ 25c its difficulties and its potentialities
that a married man ll I Matters\ relative to the physical !' i I EACH SUNDAY, FROM Veal Roast Ib 30e may turn out to .be even

would flection.stand Penrose Utter chance of and mental condition of the I Cat I II Mastereu e Chevrolet 5 till 7 Fresh Eggs, dozen ..,.__,. 35c more interesting.
wa approached I defendant brought out
were Florida and
Fresh Heavy
with the suggestion that perhapshe j the trial and Judge J. Vining suspended -I 1 The Aristocrat of the Low Price Field : SMART SOCIETY IN Western M ataFresh FRESH KILLED POULTRY
should wed. i' lt 23c Mullets ATTENDANCE
Nucoa. Bay
j sentence.
Pork-All CatsShipment FRYERS AND
The old warrior thought for i'' Viola Knowles, charged with Maxwell House Coffee, tb 30e SATURDAY MARCH 16 DANCING of Hens and Fryers I
moment, then turned to his advisers -j I assault and battery, pleaded Butter tb 34c I r BERMUDA MARKET Order Taken Any Hour

and said quietly: I( guilty and was sentenced to pay Eggs: dos. 25c and 27c MELTZER MOTOR CO. RAUL'S Phone 86LW Free Delivery Folford's Poultry Farm

"Very well gentlemen let the a fine of $5 and costs or spend TIFT'S CASH GROCERY I Caroline and New Streets I WniU, am4 Virginia} Sts. Phoa. sao I Deliver
organisation. pick my bride." j I(15 days in the county jail. Phone 29 1212 Olivia St.i n J ._ II I ,




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Tile CITIZEN L.. P. AUTMAX PVBLIS1IIMG PrcsMrBt.frotH : co.. INC. a practical standpoint, Paul er HDAYS GONE BY j ........................i,........................ Pres. Jr..Sr. High School l P.-T. A.

( ItUea Bull4lP PETE RLNDLLSOIIVegetables Here Just 10 j URGES EDUCATION BE I /J'tyV elt, Fla.,
Th Smith, financial editor of the San Fran- Yearij ment of the American Legion,
-'. Corner Greenland Ann Street the Ago Today As Taken From GIVEN ALL CHILDREN "Schools help io guarantee the I March 15, 1'35.
cisco Chronicle, sums political as-
The Files Of The Citizen future of the child, the child is
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe pects of the crusade against the public Editor The Citizen: [ the only guarantee for the future Artificial production of vitaminG

County. utility isdustry, in a masterly manner. His I You of the state." : now leaves only one of the six
WHILE MEDICAL MEN differ United States Senator Francis I IJ. are quite right about "Key|i' ,
Entered' at Key West. Florida as aecond class matter comment was inspired by the demand for on n-aay points, there la one E.: Warren father-in-law of General West's plain duty to the children l,I'I To parents who are fortunate in known vitamins which cannot be

"'IFTY- IXTn YEAR $750,000 of tax funds; to investigate the thing in which they are all In John J. I'er&hinK who is at in its midst Qne of the first having a public school to send, produced synthetically.

Mmhr .( the AM_Utr4 Preu accordthat the best fresh of vegetablesare supply for present in Havana, is due to arrive duties is to sec that every child 1 your child to, put your thinkingcaps BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Company source
entitled to us. American Telephone and Telegraph when it becomes of school on right now, and ask yourselves
exclusively age
!the 'Associated Press U the vitamins so necessary to the in Key West some time this: I
..r rcpublicatlon otherwise of credited all newa In dispatches this paper credited and all tIt .. In part, he said : human system. As a general rule week. The exact day of his arrival I can have a proper education. This what you would do if the FUNERAL HOME.

.....or'Iiw-.I not news publUhed 11'1'0.1fl. "The writer does not care whetherany the leafy vegetables are preferable has: not been announced. Senator I cr.n'e accomplished by voting for' public schools were closed! for EttaUisneJ 49 Years'Key I
for vitamins. I lack of funds. Attend West's Oldest
. Warren will be accompanied by laws that protect the school interests | the meetings -
NATIONAL EDITORIAL particular utility i is 'right' or 'wrong'. Mrs. Warren, Colonel J. II. Car-' and by becoming a member of of the Parent-Teacher Asso- ?'-Hour A ab.laac. 3ervltLicp'1a .
BESIDES the health econ
(ciation and learn how E41.1" ..t.r
the Parent-Teacher Association
That holding companies be 'bad' you c."
IJ ASSOCIATION some may omy from home-raised vegetables roll and Dr. Louis S. Greene
<=/y 1935 they are Infinitely better West will to which is always alert to matters|help that wonderful organization Pk.. 135 Nltfct 6M-W
and some 'good', he does not doubt. That From )Key they go ,
and lose their to the welfare of the. .
tasting Corn peas pertaining --- ,
Washington, D. C. - -
; -
SUBSCRIPTION HATES some rate structures may be 'fair' and some sweetness in a very few hours. child. I'
joe Year _".......-.---. __$le.oeIz Only fresh cut lettuce can be"
; Months -1 *.Of> 'unfair', he readily admits. That some truly crisp and it doesn't take Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera. Jr., delightfully To quote our own president.
Three Months -- *.|.. for radishes to become Franklin D. Roosevelt. "It is therefore -1
)ne Month ., i iVfcekly --- utility managements may be 'smart' and long entertained with a miscellaneous -
.*> 'dumb' 'Honest and 'dis- soggy.IF . . shower on Friday aft- the responsibility of every
some some some t
American to !see that the schools: I
Mad. known ADVERTISING on application.: RATES honest', he believes not only possible but YOU LIKE dandelions, selecta ernoon at her home Miss on Southard Barbara I march forward, that the scope of!1 Better Light-Better Sight
few husky plants and set flowerpots street in honor of
SPECIAL, NOTICE resolutions among the facts of life . Those thingsare over them. Blanched Watkins whose marriage to education becomes such as to pro- .
All reading notices cards of of
nrpect. obituary notices, etc.. mill ne" for at beside the point . dandelions: make a fine Spring Charles White will be !solemnized vide educational opportunities for
::.e rate: of :9 cents a line. salad. Miss Eleanor very person from early childhood
Xotlcra for entertainments by churcben from whlcfci "The fact'remains that a definite, de- e . eI in the near future. ; on into adult life." also the Education I
rrvcnue U to be derived are 6 cents a line. I IN A good sized vegetable garden Richards won first prize in a Committee t down
The CUUen U an open forum and Invites discus- structive campaign has been launched Eva I Florida Depart- .
the use of a wheel hoe will guessing; contest while Mrs. 25c
riot).cj public ISHUCS and subjects of local or general Andper
..."..I but It will not publish anonymous; comrnunlutions. against the public utility industry. Someof save 60% of the time usually Torano was awarded the prize ina I i
spent In addition It will do a r 1 month
the campaign is open and above board, better JobVEGETABLES. .
. . FISHING CAMPOperated
Passion in politics neutralizes effi- some subtle and insidious, like certain
keep better In Cuban man by the name of by R. -M. Ellison Install complete with a duplex
ciency. phases of certain PWA grants to communities the garden than In the refrigerator. Nico Comacho. If alleged to have Belt Flaking on Coast I

and states. The attack has been Gather them as you need been 1 killed by a negro who bears. Guides and Boats AvailableSea I outlet and 60 watt bulb the
them. It takes short
only a very
the name of D. Stewart Food-Fishing
out time for them to lose the sweet I famous PIN-IT-UP LAMP.IT .
mapped pushed, promoted energizedand
The worst thing we can do for our ness that is so large a part of crime is said to have beep committed Boating Bathing

health is to think too much about it.- pressed in New Deal headquarters', the desirableness of fresh vege- in an alley leading off Pe- Write, for Reservation. Pos,

Washington, D. C. Their $, mflS PA g- tables' . tronia street shortly after noon Office,' Ramroj Key CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE:
/ .I') rflj1 It. is claimed that, the Accessible by'Rail'' or' Auto to
that ; 'i iftg the issue . M 11:| i 1W"If \ ,1P t BROCCOLI an Italian vegetable, yesterday.shot Comacho while they Ramrod Key S
We learn from experience negro
is becoming more and more popu- -Also-
10,000,000 utility investors and all The Guests 'S I
seldom learn anything from experience lar.' Served with butter much as were standing in the alley. Camp Boats Meet .
utility managements want to.. wave the asparagus is served, it halt a delicious body of the Cuban was found on Rates: $5.00 Per Day-
/ :'I "! flavor of its ownIt Is the porch of a house in the al- I American Plan S
white flag and :surrender their 'e.conomfc'po.sition '' flown
. often planted. in. place. .of spinach. ley.. The negro i U said to be em .
that is their business j. plojcd with a section gang working 25c And
Miami has the largest population REPLACE some of your early
now "But even if peace at any price is vegetables with flowering annuals at Pigeon Key. He arrived here Cove per month
Pirates Eshing CampPirates
in the state. Key West No information could be
once pos- their desire, they are not going to get it especially!! such annuals as Saturday.
sessed this distinction.As thrive in heat, such as Zinnias gained as to what led to the shoot Cove, Florida .
from the politicians today. This public and Marigolds.A .. ing. Installs complete the wonderful
e 20 Miles From Key West on
utility thing is stock in trade to a large VEGETABLE GARDEN EOslOO the Overseas Highway 'READY LIGHT UNIT. SS

to the President and Congress, it share of present-day politicians. Peace feet will furnish a Summer's sup- Deputy United States Marshal
ply of vegetables for a family of Andrew A. G. Ger-, SWIMMING POOl,
Lopez placed
that not is the "honeymoon"over
appears would of their stocks
liquidate one in six. When space Is limited specialize following I FINE CUISINE
bode under arrest Saturday
but a divorce seems imminent.If trade. on favorite vegetables. seizure of beer, 97 bottles First Class Accommodation See any of cur employees regarding these
The cost of the seeds in a full
"As soon as one sector quiets down, sized garden should be less than in all, found in a seven-passenger Write or Telephone for lamps, or see them, on display at our! display W

what they say is true and one per- they will attack another. Their scouting five dollars. . automobile parked on Greene' Reservations room. W

son out of four has a car, the other three force will find, somehow, enough Indiansin IF. LAST in YEAR'S any respect garden, make was afailure a street bond of Gerbode$500. was The pkced case wilt under) be Rates: $5.00 American to $7.00 Plan Per Day

must be waiting at the crossing to let the the brush to 'justify' each new attack in careful check-up of the things tried at the next term of United

one go by."Every. the public eye. It is war and, like other wlccte.l. : l and do not make the I, States court. .. This Special Offer fc
s .I..u mistakes this year. If yoursteely i -- i
forms of warfare will bring stupidly uneconomic came from a seedsman of John C. Price, of Columbus, KEY WESTCOLONIAL
man a king" is all right in its costs. I tLfc i-fc.utatlon:| suds were, you right.may Le They sure probably that- I 0., grand exalted ruler of Elks, HOTELIn Limited to April 1 \

"There will be the cost of unnecessary did nut have a ihauce. paid his official visit to the local
way, but we had an idea that as soon as a lodge yesterday afternoon. lie was the Center of the Businessand .

man believed himself king or Napoleon he construction; public competition with accompanied by C. Kauffman, his Theater District

was packed off to the crazy house. I private enterprise; gradual socialization; MAKE GUESS ON CORN secretary, and W. Bennett, past GET YOUR LAMP TODAY J
district for the southern First Class-Fireproof-
growing taxes to fill the gaps of inefficient
OMAHA: Neb.-Guessers on district of Florida. At the conclusion Sensible Rates
People.now living in Key West will political operation and, worst of all, per- of.the business the *
how mjiny grains of corn a rooster sessions t
look back after another forty years, and haps, the cost of depreciation in the valueof in this city wouM eat made estimates members and visiting officials COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN The Key West Electric Co. $
securities held by hundreds of thousandsof went to the Casa Marina where a
wonder what everybody, was worried ranging from 50 to 250. banquet was given for the visitors. Carafe Elevator .

about. They will have their own worries small investors . The rooster ate 623. Popular Prices IIIIIII'.IJrllllllllll

one of them being payment of debts we "And the scene will not change while Editorial Comment: A close man .I.P.lI

shouldered on them. millions of voters sweetly accept political Subscribe to The Citizen.LEGALS seldom has many close friends. -----

indictment of the public utilities." -
I William R. Porter, president of .
; A Florida newspaper which reports a Mr. Smith speaks frankly, but the I the, First.National Bank and head .,... ... .,.....,.... ..............,... .,........... ..............

situation justifies it. The present cam- I.EGAl.OTICi: lof the Porter Dock company, ar-
big jump in circulation is the Key West .Pursuant to Chapter 1591. Laws ived yesterday accompanied by
paign i is unfair, unnecessary and unAmer of Florida the undersigned will re-
Citizen. The FERA administration has his daughter Mrs. Wallace B.
I ican. The seeds of destruction of private .nrwlay.:! : Kirke. Mr. Porter met his daugh-
been boon West whole
a great to Key as a ,
I enterprise that are being sown, will sprout I I Governor's office\ In Tallahassee.Florida ter in New York to accompanyher
sealed offerings of maturedor II
giving the Island City what is virtually anew Stock
I in other places to the infinite damage of iinmaturul Road and Itriilgp.Illchwav to Key West where she will Reducing.Sale '
lease on life, and.as a result, the vari- or Refunding Honds ofMONfR spend a while with her parents.The .
other industries unless the political utility COUNTY. FLORII
ous businesses and institutions of the city All offering pubmilt..dIU! T RE
baiters are stopped by an informed public FIRM FOR TKN DAYS SURSKQUKXT Key West Realty Board; ,
have prospered, including the newspaper.St. TO TUB PATH OF OI'KN- .
revolt against demagoguery that is pro- I )IN'ii. i. .... through April I 6; 1925. which is in process of being organized -
Augustine Record. and must stale full name, description will hold a meeting Wednesday -ON 1N
moting socialism instead: of rugged in-I and) serial numbersof evening in the rooms of the
dividuali m.RAIN. of i bonds,........ dale Interest of maturity rate date and chamber of commerce to perfectthe
One of the significant outgrowths of price asked. Bonds that are In de- organization.A Royal Poppy Pattern Bake i ilj
fault of interest mint!'! lie offered atC .
the present Congress has been the rise of FLAT price, which price shall I>e
DROP FILL BARREL understood to l>. the price askedr representation of the
Senator Byrd of Virginia and Senator > such bonds WITH A 1,1. PAST large
.... H'K' PRFAIILTKO OR I'NI'AID If nights'of the Ku Klux Klan attended t Ware III
of North Both have been rt;i\\ Serve Casserols
Bailey The rain water that.collects!:; in an tniPOXS ATTACHED and notice 'services i al St. P ul'sdlP'rch "
_. .
hereby given that If such
(< any
t! caking out on sound issues, and the Virginian : have been detached. prior'to fast night. Their large .
abandoned baTrcl l will eventually fill the . ,
I '
through the Senate resoiutipn It-livery of any bonds acceptedindjur American flag was spread near : :: With Coyer and Plate I' .
put a ,
: : purchased hereunder the facetilueof I
barrel unless some odlR{ along and ; the altar and was carried at the "
rme \ such missing coupons will" | l b. ,
) requesting from the Administrate turns it upside downMWfale the drops arc leductwl from purchase: price; and' head of the body of men'as they. : ,rJ' . ::
all information the of !'ffering must, be milmnlted. on this 'hurch. .
left the
on expenditure $3,- ,(
man as they descer ;jtK5y| ,, are numerous, basis. {leafed rnVelope containingysuch . to
360,000,000( under the first -W rk offerings shall plainly state. on ---:--- :
:; and, at length, there'ufpienty of water, up its face that It Is a proposal for the Billy Elliott, the nineyearoldson :7-ii1ch" size .. $1.25 i
bill. Vale of Monroe County bonds.The .
to the capacity of the barrel. right M reserved to reject of Mr. and Mrs William/ El-
any and all offerings or portions of liott of North Beach,, has just .
The above paragraph is plain and no
offerings. 8-inch size
been notified of his selection for $2J5
< i
One of the best advertisers of The :STATI HOARD OF ADMINISTRATION' -
one would dispute the fact Key Westis OF FLOU1PA. membership as a junior memberin : .

Citizen and therefore one of the most a barrel, upturned to the economic sky a\itl, Shollz. (Governor as President the league of Curtis Salesmen, ,e.. _. '.- ,w. .

prosperous! buys space only when the' where current coin is like rain falling to J. :M.( Lee. State Comptroller as I an honor" organization maintainedfor Total Regular Price '
Secretary.V Publishing $2.75
boys by the Curtis i
spirit moves him, as he chooses to express I the ground of commerce in little drops of Treasurer.\ V Knolt, State, Treasurer rJi.: as It!!;company, of Philadelphia. .. .

the urge. The advertising manager reports trade. ,
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that "the spirit" has been very The money that falls into this last bar-

liberal in recent weeks, and the adver- rel is captured for the benefit of the citizens ;t I

tiser's business has shown a nice increase of Key West because in the course of SALE PRICE !

oh that account. Other merchants in !Key business the contents of the barrel are distributed Your OpportunityNow : ,

West would profit likewise if they, too, I among us, and is used again.

permitted "the spirit" to move them more A barrel of rainwater comes in handy for both
( ) i iI
is the time to modernize your home and
frequently in this direction. sometimes in case of fire. No one would i $
to make such improvements your property as maybe
credit with wisdom if, while his
a man needful or desirable I before costs advance too !
The next time General Hugh S. Johnson barn was burning instead of running to the much. I .'- I. .
intimates that anyone. i is not an American reservoir filling his bucket and running to 'I 'I : ;

citizen he will take time out to do a throw it on the fire, he ran into the wood i See us about the U. S. Government plan on : $ 1.75 i

little investigating. In his: radio talk sev- and threw the water in the creek that long term modernization loans. !

eral weeks ago the doughty general sug- flows away from his home. . :.

gested that perhaps Father Coughlin was Key West is not exactly on fire but Enjoy the benefits while you pay. ..

not an American, at least not as much so its very economic life depends upon the i

as was the former NRA administrator. But money that is stored within it. Wise citi- I The First National Bank of Key. West ;ii i o Sooth Florida Contracting & Enfinwriig Co iI j

the fiery orator from Royal Oak, Michigan, zens see that their coin stays home. Foolish
emphatically avowed in his radio answer citizens very often without thinking, send Mfrnber of the Ffflcraj. Reserve I '
I : Pb4ue 59 8 Wbile f i EJi Stret :
that he American surrounding woods
was more of an citjzen their money into the ,

titan Johnson. "My parent were born in where big city timber men use it to buildup t I Member, of the e4eTf'1| I Deposit Infyr'nce Corp. "Your home is i worthy of the be t", |

America," vociferated the priest "while their city. YOUR 'BANS 'I Z. ..

yours, my dear, general, were born in Ireland Moral: "Buy in Key West when pos- I. . .............*....*..................................... .............o

." sible; build up your own town." .. w. .. - V. f'.-i} .-" ..--'V ...srj ." -, .. - J + .... :\ .,. -" 4" "'.. ..... .' 'IIII.lI.I- . . . - .. ..... . . "




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fVMirXIS: TAe "1"If.:". Kid -Well." said JnanSilva canting 1707-Mather VACATION
e. .I Prklher r""", il Anne entered Byles Boston Biggest shoe values in year
his head critically to one side "that
(A. p end i.d tonI Congregational clegryman poet
.a ':.rj n1.JtfI; ill withered U verY good,but that Is not El Keed. will be offered this week at J. G. : THIS YEAR IN :
1 1-rtiMa, M..*(er. Tketr ."fc (. (" among our first native-born poets, r
> ".,** rn ra rcffpn ""hi' Rubric. COM- He picked up two stoles and
o.' 'rr! lit wfc hi Mir If to death 5, 1788.
q'I. atrtifl '1'10' ./ tae itlnr* tyr threw them! very high and to a dis _. Beacon and Peter's shoes '
< iirrol Ettrntla Patettol ka. tance. The Kid turning found the / jIf9o \
Uf Itit"itetta carve*:". +rojfcinrtl irnv fa fterc A room U e: terrible son In lib eyes. The stones I............... ........ 1767-Andrew Jackson Tennessee will be sold at a special low price

f'r: *+ "t lee u As ijreftl! fc'a<..dll. .rd If P Juno-+:ano were little black specks.i I DOINGS AROUND. THE GOLF LINKS lawyer, U. S. Senator, jurist starting tomorrow. W/IIIIJ"III'\\\\\

r :J *., icbiir all l jyrate5, .deal. i One of. them he knocked Into fOLLOWINGTHROUGH hero-general of the War of Every pair of these shoes are
-' njDtfjiujlesa at the top of its rise. 1812 7th President stormy fig,
1 Cbpjq J1SHOOTlUa The other be missed twice as it felL (By GRAVY) I ure in a stormy age born near, solid leather and the assortment

PEBBLES i iA il4|4 was half blinu with the dazzle; Some of the regulars were Another happy guy was -John I Monroe N. C. Died near Xa>h-| includes blacks, browns sports HOTEL

'f' hp:heard the stone fall on the gravel among the missing yesterday. I I Kirschenbaum. AH smiles becausehe (By JOVE) vine, Tenn., June 8, 1845. I and suedes.
i1.OOtf! ot wander ran over the ot'tbat' naked patio. suppose they were so tired from and Willie Kemp put the skids I ........ .............t -Room*-
fees o*tbs suards.They turned 1'hesound was a voice to him. He taking in the carnival and etc., under Eddie "One-Hole" Strunk I. 1774-John Otto noted
C. Subscribe to The Citizen.PALACE.
The diamondball league will get With Running Water. $1.00 a
;h9tr beads ever so HtUa towards beard a slight murmur among the that they hnd to take an after and SPS :Melvin Russell. Old I Philadelphia physicican of his day Person With Bath $1.50
under way at the Bayview Park ;
ne another. A glimmer of apprehension gUard.'and saw: the ftash'of their noon off and catch up on some Kirsch says he doesn't always lose! on Monday ht March the 25th, born near Woodbury, N. J. Died a PeriODWEEKLY
and relief their malice. sleep. Yours truly would like
came .iuo to leastways not to Ace Strunk. June 26. 1844. I RATES
eyes They had learned one new "And that." said Juan-Silva. "was do that without having gone to However, it seems that Kirsch had with three clubs in the race. They John Wayne in

point In the endless riddle. of their still worse, Out all good things the carnival., However last nighty. his slice working yesterday and all I will be Lopez, Busy Bee and a new TEXAS TERRORSerial Newly Renovated
in threes. So here I club managed by G. Martinez, not 1800-James H. Hackett earliest New EquipmentNew
;renter's mind. come you are t. took in the sights and believe those long putt were down every : and Short Reel
named at this date. ManagementNO
again! Lopez American character actor of I
"And why hare you wanted to you me there were plenty. .every- time.
ride through Mexico up and down!" Three flashing pebbles he threw body and his brother were there. I will continue with the same club first-rank, founder of the first I No Show On Stage Tonight CLEANER HOTEL
asked Juan-Stlra., this time. The second gun was al they have had to date with one American-born theatrical family, ANYWHEREFiremen's
Matinee 10.15c Night 10-20c
"It Is a great country with plenty ready In the 1 hand of the Kid. With Now it seems that "SweetEl'ssiunt" Li Plummer walks out on the addition, Esmond Albury. The born in New York. Died there I : ; :
his scowling brows he made a Busy Bee will have the same club 28 . -_-. _
Dec. .
to see," said Montana. "And 1 have and J Cookie can not play course at 4 p. m. Such a time to I 1871.1830Paul --- --- -- - --- --
shadow that enabled him to look
with the exception of Joe Hale,
seen zncst of m"! he boasted. golf and then remain on speaking arrive" to play an 18-hole game. J 1111111..tT1111..IIIIIAI
close the He dared not miss
to sun. who swapped uniforms with Es-
"If have it. terms; and so Charley Salas and He L) too good to play with ordinary famous 9
you : seen why dq you and therefore he held his fire a mond. The club will have Ileyse,
duffers now days and so he Gl'r-I
&:11'| come?" heart-taking Instant before each Louis Cruickshank took a hand man writer, born. Died
looks Joe Lopez the Championand some very good placers, young
and played around with the afore- ,up 1914.
"To see It all again, sefior. shot.
Lewis Pierce. Well I hope he and fast, namely: Rubberman Gar
mentioned gentlemen. It is sig.
"And ycu are El Keed? Even I a Carnival & Fair
cia, Navarro, Gopher, Molina,
had time. He he does,
a good
occasion butore says
have beard of him. said Juan.SUya."Xow. first stone disappeared at the nificant to note that
TUG especially when he is with Garcia. Ward, Martinez. Nodine, 1838-Alice C. Fletcher ethno- )
tell me the truth and 1 think top of Its rise the second as It tee was found placed in a
Leo Lopez and others. This club logist, writer on Indian music,
has initialsw.
there'll be no barn for you here In began: tq fall, and the third when trap by Mr: Harris. But, sam says another guy who the
should somewhere in this loop. born in Boston. Died April 6,
the Valley of the Dead. Why,' did ,It was a foot from the ground. it ..bel0nge4.tft YflieW.Vdns j!) eo w., w.Someof. get : Now Showing $
yon come here?" ' .i The gu(.raStdtfl.\rn< : : "\: gasping he is 100 jiejcen.Abejpe.5fectJplayer : ;; -
I. i At the Navy Field Sunday afternoon -
hisputter i 1923.THE
: Charjeytwasifeen using, the old guard are still .th Acevedo Star ,wlll, I WEATHERContinued WILL CLOSE SATURDAY NIGHT
::. us for dnvfng purposes as I on' the sick list. Berlin Sawyer cress bats wil.the Sluggers and
al. .
t . 'I rats if he could only buy another the C: 1" 1 '>v> c.< '.. 1 $] I rvair 'oI feet he would be O.S '
1 :Charley Ketchum. aril Timetheus .' Stars will use Joe House in ( from Page One) 1
Prttmtw-were- "-against'atouch >.. And Bob Slower 'ays the boiulle; ; S utJt'tbe'Tropic ls ,%'bile,su normal temperatures obtain FUN FOR ALL I
up -
pair in William.Washington; 1 I he 'rteeds a new hand but'CharleyKetchum last Sunday and he will try to duplicate over the region from Florida 't4
Watkins and Arthur :Morgan. If has showed him how to his feat again this Sunday northward to Maine.Precipitation I ) SEE THE SENSATIONAL FREE ATTRACTION
I get along with the two he has. Bill with Msnolo Acevedo behind the in the form of I
look at Willie some time today t
f you Malone is busy with other peoples' plate. Robert Bethel will toss 'em snow occurred during the last 24
will notice a large grin.
i you very i income tax and all the electric over for the Sluggers and whenhe hours in the northern Great Lakes The Six FlyirigMelzoras .
Al=o his wife reports that he eats i
and sleep! well and is very civilto crowd were celebrating electric is right he gives any club a region and showers were reported II
Thursday. I never heard of this battle and Ingraham will be on from the northern Rocky Mountain .
: the children of the neighbor i I
,- I day but there must be one by that I the receiving end. In the second and north Pacific states. Elsewhere I
r hood. This means only one thing:
. Willie was on the winning! name, there are names for every game, the Stars will use :Martinezon the weather was fair. Snow:I 8--Big Shows--8
ride. He even condescended to other day in the year.A I the firing line and Manolo will has begun this morning in Mon-:

fl.,. fq !peak to Lionel Plummer. It seems' again receive them. The Tropicalswill tana, Idaho and Utah.S. w

P that Tim Pittman has taken to. note has just been received use Wickers and Joe Navarroas M. GOLDSMITH, I I Devices-8
heart what Gravy said about his: from Hazel Everhart at the Miami their batterymen. The first Temporary in Charge. 8--Riding s

not looking where he is hitting; Biltmore. She says Ned is sick game will start at 1:30 sharp.

y yt the ball. For the first time in his abed with arthritis and she had to MONROE THEATER i

,cs life, Tim is now hitting the ball I I write for him. She says all the big The} social diamondball league Buck Jones-Cecilia Parker in CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON -

where he is looking. .but! he is I shots have gone to Augusta and has'four entries so far, and they MAN TRAILER
-12 TO 6 P. M.
looking the wrong way!! He St. Augustine but if any are I are the administration dept., the Jimmy Durante and Charles :

should be looking where he used around who want to come to Key recreation dept., the garage dept. Butterworth in
to hit the ball. So that makes him West she'll send them down of the ]FERA and the lighthouse STUDENT TOUR I Any Show or Ride 5 Ce.its To School ChildrenIFOR

half right. pronto. department. These four clubs are
I(. Matinee Balcony, tOe Orchet-

s 1.i games evenly are matched expected and from some this good cir Ira. 1S. Oc; Night, ;15-25e I 'tr f"8I: : :.4'11.l18111I.1'I:

..... ................. other club wishes to
cuit. If
___ .I HUGE CROWD AT I any
-Illacfrfc- enter the league, they can do so

CLASSIFIED I 1 by getting in touch with the recreation . -- .. .J . - .6.... .
"Ant )'ouare_ EI Keed?" said Juan-Sllva. .CARNIVALSHOwl department of the FERA.

-Because ten thousand< pes.os are breath In unison. Juan-Silva said: I COLUMN I No professional players will be al-

pojUd up for me." "That is very good. You are El KeedI lowed.
"You were hunted, eh?" am almost sure. How can you .....-..................1 i
"Every man in the mountains was make me quite certain my friend?" INSTRUCTIONS I MANY ATTRACTIONS OFFERED l.I ......................t

cleaning hIs rifle. The cattle men "Question me," said Montana. WILL CLOSE SATURDAY In
; Today History
were fixing their eyes for me. The "This man this gringo this famous i 1 C
shepherd, even were whetting Montana who has ridden PIANO-Thorough individual instruction I NIGHT ......................*. e
Mexico and left dead at reasonable rates. '
their through our
44 B. C.-Ides of March JuliusCaear
".\nd at last they drove you in men behind hIm he is also a singer, Charles Roberts Studio 613 !
here: for refuge?" eh? r\ sings the good songs the Margaret street.. 'I Another large crowd turned out II ; assassinated. 'j'

"I 1 thought it was better to be a old songs. I have Leard about that marl-2-4-G-8-ll-13-15x yesterday and last night to the..

living man among the dead than a too. Will you sing for me, friend?" Firemen's Fair and Carnival now 1784-The Bank of New York, DEPENDABILITY "
dad: the living." He leaned forward with his chin FOR RENT
man: among being held on United street be- New York City's first bank, found-
"Da you bear my children said cupped in his hand his elbow on 'led.i
tween William and Margaret
Juan.S.lva.This man is also witty. his knee. And the Kid searched his NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT

Very soon be will have me laughing.El memory eagerly. Then after hum large airy rooms two streets. i'
Keed Is known to bo a pleasant ming a note or two. he smiled and porches one screened l. conven The Krause Greater Shows are: 1820-Maine\ admitted to State. Y
fellow-:and perhaps this is really struck into that famous old stirring! iences. Reasonable. Apply 708 t 1 I furnishing many amusements and hood.

Kl;1 Keel Think then if I catch in song of another age: Eaton street.. ma53txMISCELLANEOUS I it is claimed that this j ear's at-i -.
my hand. In one day a friar and "Land and house horse and sad tractions are far superior to any :

El Keed. walking together! Out El die." thing ever brought here before by : 1875-John McClosky, New

Keed." he went on. "carries with "Good." said the old man closinghis Mr. Krause. I York's archbishop. created first

him a magic pair of guns that never eyes as though the song were ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED The trained wild animal show I American Cardinal.1917Russian -
miss." still running through his mind."Very by authorized radiotrician. run by Capt. Dan' Reiley is with :

"Mine mist plenty of times" said good and now you are twice El Work 1107 Varela out a doubt one of the most won-!
guaranteed. I It
Montana frankly. Keed. Be It three times and we arc 'tr et Phone 866-J. deif.u1.( attractions? of its kind,pow: Czar. abdicates, ::
friends. Iuts,, I said before, all J \ traveling. Among'the various I .'
Irfthrefes. ::: C*. feb23-lmox. !\Attractions -..:.- l lI
FT WAS not hea that was making right things-are ,.
to ,be seen), .special menu -i ' "
''I hjm sweat, now; it was the "And. El Keed. I have heard, as HEAD the advertisements in Tte qA should be made; the motordrome.tlte j191Q-.IIParis! Caucus" of nearly ,; I .

thought of joining those rows of a hunter Is !lik.fe/k bat that sees in Citizen. You will find it :q : marine- ',museum, Thel-t ;' ',1,000 American veterans met to : "
:halved laborers the field. the dark. You shall have that chance.If .
profitable diversion. 4f 1 ma thes1naliegirl l. flee Circus'the found the .American Legion. ;. I
,* In the dark -
3et him free foot and hand you see yoc are El . colored'minstrel.
Capone the
amiianded Keed: and no other. Besides. I shall suN l 4
: Juan Silva. '
BICYCLES : 1 show and the Hollywood Follies. all' children_ will be admitted to
This was done Instantly. Juan give you a chance to do something _: ... r\ .' g
SUva dipped his hand and his withered that will be very famous after .._ H, *J1+r I) I The riding devices consist of ferns any show or, ride. for five cents, i
arm into the water that ran wards." WE RENT by the Hour Day br:'I wheels, mE'rry-gO-round.: kiddie The engagement will finish Sat. ,

before him and picked out one ot lie pointed to the thin-faced cap- Week. Repair all makes and I automobiles chair-o-plane and the urday night as the Krause Shows

the big. shining: white pebbles. As tain of the guard. paint them with Nu-Enamel. We : caterpillar will leave here Sunday morningfor

soon as it was taken from the water "Take him to the room of the old carry a full supply of parts.I A school children's matinee will Pahokee, Fla., where they will .

the silver brilliance began to leaveIt. milL See that not a single ray of Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles be given Saturday afternoon run furnish attractoins at the Ever- .

light Is entering. The room Is close. I and sell them as low as $1.00 I ning from 12 until 6 o'clock, when furnish attractions at the EverIT'S You can be sure of success every time, with a good recipe ANDa .

"This Is a bird. It takes wing. He ,will not want many clothes per week. J. L. Stowers Music Modern Gas
Shoot it. friend!" said Juan-Silva. Strip him to one garment. Since he I Company. marl mo Range.

and teased the atone Into the air. loves our Mexico so well! he must I For modern cooking-with-gas is absolutely dependable. Ther i 13
The gun flashed Into the hand of love the machete of our peons also. FOR SALE ALL I
THERE : need for guesswork. The oven heat control tells with scientific
the Kid. but he missed that best moment Give bin a good one. a .harp one. TYPEWRITINU PAPER 500

when the stone hangs a trifle Be fair with him. and afterwards sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. I accuracy exactly how much heat you are using-you can DE-

at the top of the throw. He missed call up three prisoners who are new aug7 PEND on perfect results.
It there; he missed It as It gathered in the valley. DIg men. strong men. (READ THE BACK .ABEL-COMPARE THE VALUE)

speed In the descent; but his third quick men." BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now I You have a right to the convenience and leisure hours that cook.

bullet turned the rock into a puff (CoJlJ/rlght. 1331, Harper Jt Erot\er) lOc each or 3 for 25e at The f fl ing this modern way will bring you. -
of white dust when It was jus above Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen l I .

the ground. dark Tomorrow heojnm.College a battle in the thick: Building.; oct16,; e I The ranges offered in our spring sale are 1935 models, with all

.. latest improvements Take advantage of the liberal tradeinallowance -
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........................ New York, born in Detrgit.Gj.years WANTED- i 1 fQr your old stove, and let us change! it today for a modern! gas
I WANTED. chance;' to bid on I -'>

oday's Birthdays : .,. ,... ago. 111' 'your next printing order. The, range.

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;'('rCharle Ray actor born at Jacksomille 1 TOO NAVINT A MOBfIN BA. lAMOf If TOy NAVINT! ?W s l 'OW

Harold L. Ickes of Illinois Secretary ,*IJ1., 44 years ago." I r

of the Interior born inBLilrCo. Lf *' v !-r' i"'*+ MARIHA 4 I 1 :

.. Pa., 61 years ago. 1- Lee Shubert of New York City, I Key West's Hotel De Luxe 100 PROOF -: t .9fj'.m.'
I theatrical manager born at Syracuse I .

Leon C. Marshall member of X. Y., 60 years ago. I I American Plan STRAIGHT RYE ,. ,.. .. .... C..M s..nm ....... ....N..war1.
200 Delightful Rooms, each I uu " ..... ... .... .
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board born Zanes- : ==
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vine, 0., 56 years ago. Wallace: Irwin i author born at
Oneida, N. Y.: 59 years ago. Evening Dinner ___. $2.09 7awli7Avt R(
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Mrs. Carlotta A. Anderson, not I Afternoon Tea .50 'tuighA Everything want in a
Maj. Gen. Sir Eugene Fiset you
ed teacher of the deaf in Philadel- soldier-statesman born or"a U Carte .

phia's public schools, born in New Canadian Cl years ago. Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with straight whiskey good Florida Public Utilities$ Company

York City 59 years ago. I Casino Vt f *. t
taste mellowness lew price.
famed ,
Dame Madge Kendal. Masseur in Attendance

Dr. William C. Bagley famed English actress of the past, born J I PETER SCHUTT. Iff*.
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PERSONAL MENTION than Key Nesters, he stated this

:-: SOCIETY : : LOCALSCHOOLS I ........................i BE SHOWN HERE ON SUNDAY GIVEN POSITION I morning.Just after. he was appointed act-

State Senator Arthur Gomez
ing administrator Gilfond
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress I returned yesterday afternoon ,
COVER INSTRUCTION PERIOD from a business visit to Miami.\ NEW MASTER DeLUXE TO BE MUSICAL PROGRAM TO BE APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL stated in an interview that whenever
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I possible Key Nesters who
.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaeeeeeeoeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeTennis FOR SENIOR AND PLACED ON DISPLAY PRESENTED AT JACKSON SERVICE ON FLORIDA deemed of
Captain John Albury, of the were capable holding

Games At Casa Marina JUNIOR HIGH lighthouse Tender Poinciana, ar- TOMORROWNew SQUARE KEYS positions of authority would be
rived yesterday on a business trip appointed and people who bad

Prove Very Interesting Honor roll for the Senior High from Miami harbor where the ten- Master DeLuxe Chevrolets -I The program for the concert to Ross C. Sawyer, Jr., has received been brought from other points
School for instruction period end- der is constructing beacons and for 1935 will be placed on I be given in Jackson Square Sun the appointment would be sent to other fields of
-- ing March 8. other aids to navigation. display for the first time in this Welters' by Acting endeavor.
day r
by Cornet Band r
In yesterday's tennis games at tion. for. the finals to take place Honor point average 3.00, Mar- city tomorrow at Meltzer Motor' was Adnf5s".tJJii.{ E. ; 6'lt'as1;: I This has been done in a number

Casa Marina Mrs. Daniel Baconwas 1 Ion Sunday afternoon. garet Falcon. Eloise Guito; 2.75, Enrique Mayg, deputy sheriff Company's showrooms, corner announced today. The concert is director 1. tit 'If.of social< service h"rr on i,the of instances, he pointed out, and

victorious Mrs. L. B.I I Also playing tomorrow will be Edna Robert Curtis Stanton,I.I with the local forces, left yesterday -I Caroline and New streets. i to start at 4:30 p. m. ? '' will be done in the future whenever '
over I Mrs Robert T. Menner and Edward George Collins; 2.50, Sidney Aron-i I afternoon for Miami where I II Carrying on with its policy of' Selections for the concert follow } florida Ktysi: 'Mr. 'Samper sucitransferred feasible and for the good of

Burdick in the women's singles, Johnson, Mrs. S. S. Durfee i ovitz; 2.25. Harry Bravo; 2.20, ,':I he will remain for several days. I progress, Chevrolet now offers the : f eed.C; .sct cookiwb4 as. ten the service.

scoring 8-6, 0-6 and 36. {and L. B. Burdick, Miss Emily Ena Wells; 2.00. Barbara Albury. most brilliant motor cars in its America.. '._ ; to another district.
Bur-' Cross and Ignacio Carbonell. Alton Roberts, Woodrow Albury;' !
In the men's tingles L. B. long twenty-three years, the new
I II Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Albury, 2-March\ "Lights Out," E. E. This appointment and ,that of.
dick won over Ignacio Carbonell,I! The final games, which will begin Laudelina Contreras, Ed Neff, Master DeLuxe. j I
who with Mr. Al-;
at 3:30 o'clock on Betty Curtis, Aleida Napoles, ;' were visiting : These McCoy. Thos. E. Roberts to succeed G. B.
5-7, 2-6, in one of the fastest promptly I bary's mother at Tavernier, returned ' cars bring entirely new It
most excellent games that has, Sunday afternoon are eagerly Claudia i Albury, Romelda Johnson -! yesterday.I i style, comfort, performance and 3-"Pahson Trombone's Eldest Reed, as head of the sanitary department -

ever been witnessed on local, looked forward to by tennis-mind-I Edna Riggs; 1.80, Louis Kris- I i Fafety to the low price field.: They : Gal Some Crow"; Sally Trom- in Key West, is in line l\l It'll LL I J CRATS COCKROACHES MICE
courts.H. society, and it is expected that tal; 1.75. Bert Roberts Dorothea are longer smartly lower in appearance with the
bone policy announced
Fillmore. Mr.
led j !I I I Henry by
Kantor who -/VOW/ IN TUBES
George was i
P. Connable, playing against', very large number will be in at-I. Camalier, Merville\ Rosam, Anne beautifully streamlined. -
Overture Gilfond of placing West ASK YOUR DEALER
i "Bandsmen's Delight Key
visiting her son-in-law and daughter peo- <
Kennedy, Isabel Armayor, Jesus i iI I .
wonderful :
Carroll Frost, won with a score of tendance. They give new getaway
1.6, 57.Other. I! Numerous private tea-parties Carmona, Alice Peat; l.CO, Step-! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mulberg power on hills, all around ," W. L. Skaggs.
singles are scheduled to I; have been arranged for in conjunction -I hen Boyden. Ella Curry; 1.50, ;:at Pahokee, returned yesterday. readability. They also provide'greater '' 5-Serenade, "What Are the

be played today, and the winners i[ with the matches, and Rae Louise Russell, Dorothy Dun-i I I 'I comfort and safety due to : Wild Waves Saying," Glover. 4

will, participate in tomorrow aft following the games there will be gan, Edith Rogers, Mathew Zacal. i!I Belmont Carey and Billy Gardner the increased roominess of their 6-Descriptive Overture, "The
ernoon's semi-final in prepara'I I several private cocktail parties. Henry Higgs, Betty Moreno, Helen! : members of Battery "E". :Turret-Top bodies.TurretTop I Rage in Ireland," E. Beyer.
Cates, Marguerite Goshorn, John:i: Florida National Guard, arrived I I construction-this i iI a-Come Back to Erin. SALE ON MEN'S SHOES
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Pinder. I I yesterday for a brief visit with I II I new improvement exclusive to i I II b-Brien Borhoins March.
For Junior High School Honor Roll; their families, and left in the aft Chevrolet in its price clasS-gives!! c-Kathleen Mavourneem.
I Key West Group Arranges for instruction period ending I ernoon for Matecumbe.\ I Chevrolet bodies additional I d-The Rake of Mallow\ BIGGEST VALUES IN YEARS!

International Poetic SymphonyThe March 8: strength and safety, states William e-Cruiskeen Lawn.
Honor point average :3.00. Allen I Mr. and Mrs. S7: 'W. Baxter of I 11\1.\ Arnold, manager of the localagncy. f-Killarney.g 400 Pairs MEN'S BEACON and PETER'S

l Neil Roberts Jessie Watkins.I Cincinnati, Ohio who were The entire roof 9&f the new]1 ... -Sally. Shilly, Sally. SHOES. all solid leather, Blacks, Browns, Sports,
Key West Poetry group be free to residents- and visitors Betty Henriquez, Mario Napoles,: ing a vacation in Key W iPenll-j I Chevro4L} body, consist of _aj6oU4. t h-To Ud '21"e 1\round __.J 1 Mll.-UU.. :t'.OO'
and SHOES-
will present the First International alike, and it is stated by those Phyllis Adams.! Bonnie Watkins :I :yesterday: afternoon for. sheet'of. Termless!' steel*'','*&i1 v; \I' Boys \ J' $4.00 $5.00

Poetic Symphony Friday arrangingthis classical treat thatit Vance Stirrup; "2.80, Ray Perez;'I.I home. ..' .. I I The fTJors of the netf fear' also j! l--The.! !11artC 1:h titiQf14ea:
evening March 2'J, according to is planned to make the Inter-I'2.75 Betty Rae Russell,-John Robinson :.I -, consist of one solid piece of steel,'] J Thronged Fara's HalL '(iJCifrise! Out $1.95
plans made at a meeting last national.Poetic Symphony a year.ly ; 2.CO. Alice Asson, Anita I I J. Lancelot Lester l left ycsrer.'. firmly supported sturdy..J 'frame : "7-Fox Tfot.'"I'll''String Along s

night at Miss Marie Cappick's! presentation for the entertain-F'Btrkowitz, Dolores Armayor: Nellie -i dry afternoon by plane for a. business work. _',/ i'..L.' ., ' I \Vth You" Warren and Dubin. -
home with Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz,.i I ment of visitors. The place where,I Louie Albury Ray Demeritt;, visit in Miami. ,.. -t ,*. : Speaking'br the framet, :Mr. i I :J8-March, "National Emblem,"I J
general chairman presiding. Other' this interesting event will be held :2.50, Mary Louise Albury Rafael Arnold stated' that Chevrolet.en :I I E. E. McCoy. J.KANTOR\ Inc.
chairmen named to arrange a has not been announced yet but Bancell!'!, Jack Lopez; 2.40 Susan ,i I gineers have given; the 1935 Master I 9-"Star Spangled Banner" ,
program to include poems, prose\ will be in a few days. Roberts, Sam Collins, Nell Rose Mrs. II. V. Menner and guest. DeLuxe a frame of even great- ;I Key. I 501 DUVAL STREET
readings, musical compositions,|I Commodore von Mietk-Liuba I Gwynn, Richard Steadman; 2.25,1 I Madame Vesevolod Baikowa, left i er structural strength than the car ) I
Pirates I
dramatic readings and dances rep-i who holds a Master of Music degree Gloria Garcia, George del Pino, I!yesterday! afternoon for i of last year. i I Subscribe to The C izen. .

resentative of six countries were will be master of ceremonies, Mary Fay McClanahan Jose Sol-! Cove for a short visit. I I ____.._ --
named as follows: Program, Mrs.' j assisted by Madame von Mietk- dano; 2.20, Charles Aguero, Louis I -
Haydn Illingworth; English, Miss Liuba and Mrs. Phillip A. Wilson Fernandez. Walter McCook Josephine -.i I P. J. Calvin, special customs CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.l.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.4TII.ARELIABLE:
Cappick; French Mrs. Alfred De 1 The names of those interested: Padron; 2.00. Camille Ley, agent, who was in Key West for

Barritt; German, Commodore von ',''in this forthcoming event who George Henri uez. Dolores Roma-J two days on business, left yesterday -
Mjetk-Liuba; Italian, George F. have signified their assistance are I guerra, Marjorie Russell, Emelina afternoon for Miami.

Archer; Russian, Mrs. A. D. Lue-1 Mrs. M.\ E. Berkowitz, Mrs. Haydn Alfonso. Cecelia Alonso. Edwin -

thi; Spanish, Annibal Armayor. } Illingworth, Mrs\ Ora L. Jones, Berkowitz, Ida Curry; 1.80 Lillie !-,I Julius F. Stone, Jr., who was on FIRMSWho
Works of local and visiting Mrs.\ Hilda Salas, MVs. Robert Mae Carey, Shirley Faye Russell -j a business visit to Washington I).

writers, poets, lecturers, com-1 i Byron Russell, Mrs. Phillip A. Sylvia Henriquez. Lillie Mae 1! C.. returned yesterday afternoon
posers, dramatic readers and I I Wilson, "Mrs. Alfred De Barritt, Knowles, Walter Maloney, Velia Eby special plane from Miami. ,
dancers will be presented it was:! Mrs.\ C. J. Nash, Miss\ Marie Cap- Castro. Violet Roberts, Henry ( S.rmk S

Miss Marie\ Cottingham, Lounders.
announced. Several who have| pick
wintered here have composedverses : Mrs. A. D. Luethi. Commodore Honor point average 1.75, Henry Ilaskins assistant superintendent 5 Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction
which reflect their reactions -I von Mietk-Liuba. Madame\ von Diana Ortiz Mary\ Agnes Pinder, of lighthouses, who was 3

toward our city and these' Mietk-Liuba\ George F. A'rcher Lucette de Barritt, Jean McHugh, on a business visit to Tampa,

will be read. The program will,. Alec Allan. Dorothy Bean; 1.60, Virginia where the Tender Ivy is undergoing .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiiDELICIOUS ..............................................
Knowles. Dorothea Stricker, Bar-I inspection, returned :,'ester- :

bara Taylor Edna Thompson. Eu- day. -I--- HEADQUARTERS FOR .
gene Fabal. Belva Hicks, Virginia CAKES and PASTRIES !' SWEET CLOVERi
For New
Duke OF Arcos, Leaves I
McClanahan, Wallace Mitchell,I NOTICE ) :MARINE CURIOS
Anita Stewart, Marion Taylor,
York After Pleasant Visit Here'. Eileen Lord. Virginia Thompson: ,! Notice is hereby given that the x : SOUVENIRS : ASK t FOR IT AT YOUR '
Evelio Valdez. Daisy Watkins, Annual Election of Directors for f; :It

The Duke of Arcos, nephew-of he was a frequenter the gay Helen Archer, Lois Malone, Edith I the Grief Relieved Associationwill 1 : Fishing Tackle, Kodaks J NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

ex-King Alfonso of Spain, who I spots, including Raul's Club Mir .i Ogden Rose. Roberts Delfin Jim- be held on Tuesday, March OVER-SEAS n and FIlms Same quality! and weight "
inez. Maude Roberts, Herman 19th, at 7:30 p. m. at the As- ,
Casa Marina
has been a guest at the Boulevard and the Diamonds, Watches and other higher priced condensed
for some time, departed yesterdayby ; mar on Bethel; 1.50, Mary M.\ Curry,i sociation Office, 921 Thomas Transportation Co., Inc. : : Jewelry ; milk.
Habana-Madrid Club.
I Carol Curtis. Mary Thompson. street.
motor for New York City. I
While here the Duke was ex- This last visit was not the first,: Geraldine Knowles, Ruth Oster- All financial members are re- FAST and RELIABLE .. : Watch and JewelryRepairing : DISTRIBUTED BY-

tensively entertained by society: one of the Duke to Key West, as'' houdt. Mary Louise Bonniwell quested to be present.By DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE Our Readr-to-Serve Cakes :
tendered teas I i he here almost and Canfield Lewin, Dorothy Stead- order of your President, TRUJILLO BROTHERS 3
and was numerous comes yearly I' For All' Information and Pastries are always IMaloney I
luncheons and dinners. lie is an has announced his intention of man.Today's. GEORGE BAXTER. odtl r FRANK : WHOLESALE GROCERY S
F. A. JOHNSON, Secretary. PHONE 269-M .
ardent tennis-player, and daily was returning next winter also, so I........................ i' mar15 3t
to be seen on local courts and at pleased is he with the Island JAS. D. BAILEY Agenteeeeeeee.e PHONE 818 : Colonial Hotel Bldg. Division and Thomas Streets M

the popular Beach Casino. Nightly City. I Horoscope .e....a.e............ teeeeveeeeeeee _
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P.-!. A. Unit To Give Concert At 1I I You have : mystical: l-temperament -I ..I Jewfish, 2 Ibs. ......_.._..._-. 35c., JOHN C PARK I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE ,

Meet In Miami /Marine HospitalThe strong in friendship, but not TO SUBSCRIBERS Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ibs. __ 35c : .
very warm blooded. There is a rather ..: Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c e 1
luxurious trend with no If you do not receive your Grouper 2 Ibs. 25c : 328 SIMONTON ST. : Office: 319 Duval Street A
Much interest and enthusiasmis Casa Marina Orchestra,
great desire for exertion; paper by 6:00: o'clock in the. Snapper, 2 Ibs. 25c r ,
being displayed among the under the direction of Richard but really capable of strong actionif afternoon .wll telephone 51 h: Mutton Fish, 2 lb.. -..r 25c e ....

parent-teacher workers in District Principale, today gave a concertat the interest is aroused. The and a paper will be sent Large Select Oysters PLUMBINGDURO TELEPHONE NO.
13 in the National the. Marine Hospital: here. mind is philosophical, carrying t :
I' along comfortably, and rather to your home. A coaplaint . FRESH SHRIMP :
which will be held convention'l The program, much enjoyed by you oblivious to ether people's opin i boy is on duty at this' office 'I GROUND GREEN' :' ... ".J',. t! .---111E---: S Try You M.... At
May 3 at the \ those present, was as follows: :" ions from 6:00: to 715p. m. for the r TURTLE MEATKingfish ':,t' s I/f' S .
Hotel, Coral Gables. Local com Fahrbach. .- -1 com- ,
1. JUrch Exhibition purpose of delivering I "" 0. PUMPS vjousPLUMBING .
mittee chairmen have been . I f.; MackerelFREET . ,, :
appointed i ; CARD OF THANKS plaints. Help us give you 100 : llsli _
and many committee 2. Blue Danube Waltz,-1- percent> service by calling 51 if PROMPT..DELIVERY : SUPPLIES II PORTEROffiLENSix ler Beer -------- lSe
meetings are being held. i I Strauss. .. thanking'our 1 do not receive The Citizen.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
We take this means of you LOWE FISH COMPANY c t' I ,.Coar..:' Dinners, _
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In January the committee had' 3. 'Love in Bloom:-Robin and many ''friends and neighbors < y'j PHONE'COMPANY, .!, .
the pleasure of meeting with :'Mrs 1 Rainger. for their many kind acts during'i I PHONE 151 : .. t _,w 2110J'I l. i. : ---------- SOc, 75c. aad,85.

Hugh Bradford, of California, 4. de Leon- death beloved II .......... ... ....
Pagliacci-Opera the illness and of our i II I eeeeeeaeeee.eeeeeee.eeOYSTERS ...eees.eeeeeeaeeeeeeeea e* e a ... .ee5ee..e.eeee.ee....tee
past national president, chairman:;: cavallo. one, Cora Lee Knight. Es- I :

National Budget Committee president :: 5. La Paloma-Yradier. pecially do we thank those who i I LEE BAKER'S AARON McCONNELL : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU .
National }'arentTeal'h'rlI.aJazine. : 6. Trees-Rasback. gave the use of their cars and the 536 Fleming Street Housewives!
and national conven-.: 7. Southern clodics-I..ampe. donors of the beautiful floral of- MEAT MARKET SERVED ANY STYLE :To ,see the PRETTY GIFTS Sand

tion chairman, and Mrs. W. Sumner -. erings. We assure one and all that e NOVELTIES at
Extra lure select, quart 75c J We are now offering 3
Covey, president FloridaCongress their kindness will never be for- :
I| Entertains With gotten. I Heavy Western Steer Meat ..: Standards, quart -.. 70c : : THOMPSON'S FREE ; grades of '

Mrs. M. II. Tallman. first vice-I Luncheon Party marl5-lt THE FAMILY. ALL CUTS NICE JUICY STEAKS i watch e : MARINE MUSEUM
president wf the Florida PORK VEAL Doctor
Oyster Sandwiches lOc : ", S AMERICAN COFFEE
is local convention chairman;;i i Mrs. David A. Printz enter- cocktail hour are delicious. Thereis SPRING LAMB, Filet Sandwiches --- lOc : /1 II \ a 324 Margaret. Street ,* t;
Mrs.\ L. O. Casey district direc-i tained at a luncheon party on always a special program of .... Things that your friends will .
tor 13, and Mrs J. A. Austin! ,! Wednesday at Casa Marina, dance music to make the evening Swift Premier Hams All Other SandwichesHot WATCHMAKER. JEWELED appreciate. Come in and see -ate .:

president, Dade' County Council, I honoring Mrs. William Webster,I enjoyable for everyone attend- HENS AND FRYERS ..: Souse Every Saturday : AND ENGRAVER :them. 25
are local arrangements chairmen. ( who left yesterday for her home, mg. All Ingredients for Souse Your next Lobster Crab Dinner C. 20c and 15c lb-
See Ilim For Your Next Work
Mrs.\ W. D. Thurmond is convention -! in I WELLS'
Birmingham Alabama. I LUNCH ROOM : : will be much more delicious
treasurer.The j Other guests at the luncheon n HUSKY THROATS I WE ARE MORNINGS OPEN SUNDAY I..: 900 Southard Street ALL PRICES REDUCED .if it is baked and served Jn our STAR' COFFEE MILLS ,5

convention program is included l1rs.ilJiam R. Porter, S Hours 9 to 12-1 to 0 Giant Scallop. : or. Heart.Sea. .. . '
based upon the theme. "Horre ,M-s. Frederick H. Lee Mrs. Graham -I 5 PHONE 207-W Shells.. t J 512 Greene S Phone 256PRITCHARD'1
The Index National Life." Con- Jiunt j Overtaxed by (,1 o Phone 695 Free Delivery I S Open Saturday Night :. . ., .
Fitch IJ
I Mrs \\\ Harris,1 ........................ ....................... I.. 'L '
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vention speakers and conference: Mrs. Robert T. Menner and Mme. a0P 822 Fleming Street : :. !.4! ......................

leaders developing will this contribute theme. toward, Veevolod Baikowa. ing, smoking yG t1 I I S DINE AT THE : Birds Animals Fish :. .. .: PLANTS- FLOWERS,.

I t Change Time Of S PLAZA RESTAURANT MOUNTED :' (.10\;. ,; It. '.J" :-. 1) ':r': VINES
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Visitors Go Cocktail i : I,FUNERAL HOME* S
To i CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST : J Cocoanut. Plants, each 1B
TorlagasMr. STEAMSHIP Co. m I.f yea are accustomed toW : ': Hibiscus Plants, each lOe. SeBougainrillea.

I Society's weekly cocktail hour P & 0 .: dining at home you will find Dignified. J'I8.tIa.tIc
)( : : .- Red Pur-
and Mir:.. W. R. Cross, of f"at' Raul's Club on Roosevelt UNITED STATES FAST or
New York City who, with their'' Boulevard has been changed from!I MAIL ROUTES FOR J THE PLAZA a novel and e*. : Courtesy : pIe' __ SOc te $1.00.
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daughters the Misses Emily and[j Saturday afternoon until Sunday PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES | joyable experience. Fine Work At a Reasonable Poinsettia' Plants. 50. to .f 1.00 Ol
Mary, are an-one the prominent t;! afternoon between Crotons. each %
the hours of Effective April 27, 1933 PricePHONE : LICENSED EMBALMER ,: 2Se
guests at Casa Marina are leaning ..\ 5and7p.m. Leave Key Wed for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays, 12C BREAKFAST : : :Turks Cape each 25s kI

today for a short trip to Dry,! This change has been made due P. M. ..: LUNCHEON : 20 : Ambmlaace Service Bow, dozen $f.20 WSotttli
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as.Tht'ir i to the fact that a great many who Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays I SUPPER : '
son, Richard, arrived t I would like to attend this 9:00 A. M.Leave. e '
several days ago and the part"" ful hour of refreshment Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays Street LADY ATTENDANT

will be joined next week by tw o. so on this day. Practically 6:30 P. M. PLAZA'.

other sons, the entire party wit I lone I will have the opportunity every.to Tickets, Reservations and Information at Ticket Office on tie SOS- Dual Street KEY WEST FLA. ........ 141If...... S1i .. PMae It7 CatherUe- St.
then remain for the balance! oi f be present on Sunday afternoon. Dock. 'Phone 71 I
the season in Key West. Refreshments served at the J. H. COST 1R. Atent. ,t V'III.ll'li'illlllllll ;;" .li i.li.lIIIIIIIJ


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