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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 16, 1935
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOLUME LVI. No. 65. :KBYVEST, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS,

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Senate's- Attitude Toward Work Relief WM. R. PORTER RECEIVES LETTER Administrator Stone Announces New


I FROM WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATOR


Measure Changes Congressional Program .i Of In
:: .t- CITING BETTER_HOUSING PROGRAM Program Operations Handling


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Wm. R. Porter chairman of thousands of canvassers, in addi-

,Administration Leaders j:RESERVATIONS ON ART EDUCATORS the" Better Housing Program Com.I tion carrying to the on committee this work."I .group!, are Veterans Engaged In Bridge Work

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I mittee, it in receipt of a letter j note that to date calls have --- -. __ __ .-,
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FERRY AVAILABLEAT ARRANGE MEETNINE been made on over 6,000,000 "
from James A. Moffett, adraini-! properties and that the property

Early Adjournment Of FERA OFFICES trator at Washington enclosing a j owners have pledged 1.100.000 COUNCIL MEETS ART CLASSESTO I Discusses Problem Wi.tbHarry

: jobs for modernization and repair
Present SessionBy I STATES TO BE REPRE.ISENTED letter from President Franklin D. I: for a total value of 275000000. LASTEVENING BE OPENED Hopkins, Federal

AT ASSEMBLAGE IN I and that, in addition, you estimate
I. ADMINISTRATOR GILFOND Roosevelt, relative to the adiYitie'l I there has already been spent since Relief Administrator, In
CHARLESTON, S. C. BY FERA UNIT
HERBERT PLUMMER j jll ADVISES THAT RESERVATIONS of the community Isst August; approximately $2.10- BUT FEW MATTERS HEARD
< ,> A". M-Ulr4 Prr.) I 000,000 for modernization anti repair. WashingtonAn

WASHINGTON March 16It's BE MADE WELL IN Mr. Moffett' letter call attention -j I ASIDE FROM REGULAR
(Special t. The Itlxrn) ,
!I "A* with the I TO BE CONDUCTED ON SEC-
point ou: continued -
easy to understand the pessimism .! ADVANCE OF SAILINGS ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March to the vastness of the work you BUSINESSThe I I
I active cooperation of our :
entirely new program
OND FLOOR OF KEY WEST
of congressional leaders I II ,,16.B'ginninMuch/ 21 educa- which i i. being handled by 6,356 I civic minded committees house- 1!
I I has been formulated for
: to-house canvasses will be conducted ART ACCORDINGTO
; GALLERY.
when the question of how soon tors from nine tales join forces chairmen United .
in all part of the
Council
Reservations City met in
for the ferries regular
I on }I by practically every commun** handling the contingents of
congress will adjourn is broughtup. the Oversea Highway can be madeat i: when the Southeastern Arts Association -' States and 12,700 financial institutions' .I I ty c'lmpa committee((', with many ression last night with but a few f ANNOUNCEMENT Florida
the }<
veterans
the district office of the matters outride of the regularroutine on
'I. I millions of home owners anti business -
.- meets at Charleston South .
ida Emergency Relief Flor.l il qualified' to"*make"motl' ... property owners yet to 'be'contorted. coming before the meet I Keys and those yet to be assigned
All Itarted'out.with''hih 8 Carolina to promote the' interests I. ,,j i ing. the
hopes tion-, each day'until p. m., This activity! means Plans are being nude for
I ilfosd. acting administrator of :i I ernization' toans.n>- j II I thati' 'with the advent of spring One of these was c- short discussion ,' of 'which' there will
that th. biisinesat hand would Ir r of art education long neglected'in opening of art classes on the second -
the Key West Administration, anTionnced I Mr. Roosevelt's1'' Ictter'ts'repio1dueed : an' imnien* *Volume: of business : .f a resolution presented ;; floor of they Wett Art be' many,.:isaid Juliui F.
be1 dispatched'' : quickly.' Even J I this morning. public schools of the sooth: I , "tind employnient will undoubtedly : by Julian Langncr pertaining to : I .

President' Roosevelt I., Operation of the ferries was Foremost in the group'is' Florida -i I in full"'herewith; ,*, he generated.( In' other words, the establishment: of a foreign Gallery, within the near future, Stonci; Jr;, Florida Kner-

was< repre I taken over yesterday by the administration with a record membership' I" "This: will acknowledge your 'American People will clearly) see I trade>zone at Key West In which Adrian J. Dornbush. director! of gcncYlt' Relief Adrmnfctra-

seated aswwaatinga "-shortand with Norberg Thompsonin fiat the HotHn- Act provides for I a preliminary outline was given jot t the art department of the Key
back up their association president -i: encouraging memorandum on the' connection with the movement be.' j tor,'yesterday.I .
snappy session and as believing charge. 1 < The ferries are! heavily loaded I I Cahoon Art !; prosperity."In big sponsored by Mr. Langner. It I J. Mr. Stone *returnen by
such would be posshle.Disillusjonm.nt 'I Supervisor of the i!i Act. iI i was decided to hold the matter morning. '
I I over' the weekends, Mr. Gil fond Tampa Public i i ij regsrd:; to construction of I ; 'plane'Thursday from Washington .
a came quickly. pointed out, and as far as possible, School 1 j j "I 1 wish to expres:?, through you. new homes. I :.m glad! to know that : over until a later date in order! Meanwhile, until plans are perfected I

I I I those in charge of their operation Interest in art education is! icviving '\.':'my gratification to the chairmen enabling legislation hac been passtd -I that the matter may be discussed: Iocs persons interested in D. C., where fee, discussed -

The first real jolt to hopes of;1 j I prefer that persons UFC the boats I II ] with leaps and hounds in.': and members of the Community luring the lat; CO days in twentysix I I with the FERA officials. I studying in the classes should call the problem in its

early adjournment was when the I:i during the week when there are 'i ij j Florida. Commercia Florida realiZes :'': Better Housing Campaign Committees states and that you anticipate On request of the chairman of' at the art gallery during the open t

senate, after days of debate. ;!I j less passengers. I|j the importance of a beautiful throughout the country prompt action by the remaining I the fire committee. Theodore Al- ;i diversified phases with
hours and talk with the artist attendant
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threw up its hands and sent the;I i The administration is anxious'j and attractive state. It means fi- :;: because of the results they have rtates where enabling legislation -I bury was employed for a period iIOC | i Federal
administration's work-relief plan I that the ferries be used the acting I'1 I na.ncial returns. 'i I accomplished in less! than reveni is necessary to permit the I thirty days to perform service' at the gallery relative to I Harry Hopkins

back to committee. This action'was '' administrator said and reservations -! When the depression came the :'i I months of activity in calling to the mutual mortgage insurance planto in the fire department which it : specific subjects in which the possible Emergency Relief Ad-

sufficient warning the administration !I for both trucks and autos :j!I school curriculum was cut like aI I 1 i Attention of property owners the operat.'. That !you already have was shown was' in need of an extra student would !be interested.Just : ministrator, and heads of

had I a balky senate I can be made at the Florida ERA I,,. grocery budget to the mere essen- '.'' benefits to be derived under the received! applications for million man .it this time. ; what courses ind"studies will ,
to deal with and when such is the office. Mr. Gilfond requested that tials. Art thought to be a frill like National Housing Act in modernization !- '' of dollars of mortgage insurance After disposing of a few other I other departments. m\-!

case capitol hill usually "digs in"j i persons make their reservations the icing on a cake was eliminated'1, and repair and also in construction ', with approximately I thirty percent matters of minor importance. be made will depend on the Xpieit'ions It was decided that Flor

for an indefinite time. i I as far in advance as possible adding from the educational diet. But the ::' of new homes.! 1 i 1 of the applications covering: t' e the meeting was ordered adjourn- coming from thwe who j
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Bogged Dpwn j: that even two or three days'''': results are devastating and call! for'''1 *'I am particularly impressed! construction: of new homes. plain- would like to enroll in the classes, ida is the only state which

ahead would not be too much expensive remedial work. with statement that 0.174 decided Mr. Dornbush said.
The administration's social security lee-1 your Iv indicates we may expect a ed.CAMP furnishes '
program got off to a slow way. I j j I Art. it is now recognized was ,,I communities have selected cliair- improvement in the new i VETERANS I II The gallery i i'l' open each day every' necessaryclement'

start on the hill and hadn't gone I an important life-giving vitamin:'|: men of their Better Housing Commi'tees. home construction field. I from 2 p. m. to 6 p. m., and from in. this great rehabilitation -

far before it bogged down. De.'' ;'tin i the child' education. It is es-]|' and that between 250-:; 'i|: "I agree with you that the I II i 7 p. m. to 9 p.. m., except Sundays program of pro-
spite the fact its effectiveness SHOLTZ FAMILY ential to make him a well balanced -:;|: 000( and :300,000; volunteer work- funding of existing mortgages re'l I TO BE PROVIDEDWITHCONCERTS i when it is .open from 2 p. m. !

depends on state cooperation,] 1 E41d worthy member of society. :'1:' ers are participating, through; lorg term amortized mort : to. 6 p. m. t jjects and, principally, men

that 20 or so state legislatures} j! LEAVE FRIDAY When the art senses are atrophied! these committee!, in the work of insured under the National Housing I With nearly a dozen of the' out- i employed on the projects.t .

soon are tobe out of session and)J the young person's emotional urges acquainting property owners witjj!, : Act will result in a safer standing finds of the Public Works. : '
that only"oiie'"elate; has' an n-i';,* - .- '*=*: I[r 1 find uprf Ton' through material-I I the uses they can make of' the mortgage structure for the country i I i of Art Troject"Tiefe "nSwYa "varicty -I 'In the fuHhe7aftcVoIthirjrreatFociological \

employment insurance law, it' WIFE OF GOVERNOR i irn and sordioness. Habits are es-j| Housing Act. It is good to know and will result! in a much needed MEMBERS oFKEY' WEST HOSPITALITY !I of courses piobsWy will bei experiment which
EXVI Comi ,i I made available if there is sufficient -' will be far reaching he said in itt
seemed i if could bc; 'I tablihed which lead to retless- also that the Petter Housing impetus to home construction
done' to as speed nothing its I I PRESSED GREAT DELIGHT j j: ness vulgarity! and crime. i j i' mittees now have a population: with a resultant tremendous de- BAND LEFT TODAY interest it was pointed out. effects Mr. Stone has secu-vd
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passage. John [I of 70.- durable and labor In addition. many members of the the services of William Hindi-:
One of the moot striking examples WITH VISIT HERE i i"AV'e Dewey. philosopher and ((1.1,:I coverage approximately rnan'l for goods TO FURNISH MUSIC
is NRA i uctor. says that the elimination I I 000000 and that 2,100 of these invaluable! benefits to busi- winter colony, as well a.s a num- Man. assistant regional: engineer

seen on proposed of art from the curriculum is a cities!'; and town: are conducting ne!s and the community in gen DURING WEEKEND I Ler of reil ents. have studied art. for the! FERA.
After I
legislation. only two day
have enjoyed a wonderful I and will add to the interest of Mr. Hinchman's nominal
viciou" falacy. Handwork, drawing i i house-to-hou e canvasses in which eral.! scope
of testimony in its NRA investigation month in this delightful city of Members of the Key West Hospitality ':
the senate finance committee and painting; are favorite means:!I _I .. .. . ______ I II i I the clssses. j of operations ,includes the ftOulb.
Key We!>t. Mr. !Sholtz> recovered n -------- - --- Hand left here this noon j!
of expression and when properly j i I All the artiSts with the Key eastern United States I'urrta
began work on a new bill. completely from his illness the i. for Lower Matecumbe\ where they ,
,. directed a powerful factor in 1' West Administration are picked' Rico and the Virgin Islands but
Some senators contend this investigation children are all healthy! and hcve: building character.i I will present several concerts during men in their respective fields, and for the immediate future he wilj !!
should continue until trained! weight since their stay and [ TODAY'S WEATHER 1 11| o the weekend to veterans stationed -
i Every superintendent principal; are nationally known in art circle: j confine all rf his activities! toi
every angle of NRA has been I have never felt better. Our only teacher and parent in the state there in the building of Mot\ have exhibited, their work in i Florida and for the present on

covered. If their views prevail. regret is that we must leave after ,who is interested in the well rounded bridges along the Oversea High- :,: the well known art displays and : the Keys.
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there is: certain to be a delay of what seems uch a short stay." 1- Temperature WEATHER way. .
: development of child education; J FORECAST: 'I galleries. I Many To Be Added
kcveral weeks if" not months, be-:, This w&a the gist i of a state- 1 Sending the band to the veter-
78. Although the definite schedule
Highest
is urged to back an organization To adequately for th

fore reaches proposed the floor legislation of the tn-nate.actually{t I wife ment of which Florida's Mrs.chief Dave executive.Sholtz. hich has this up for its goal. !I Mean Lowest t..:.:::::::::::::.:::.:::::::::::::::::::::67 72'i ii j Key(Till We-t: 8 p.and m..Vicinity Sunday:) Fair I ar.s' camp with is another those in move charge to cooperate of- !' has the not vrlions been artists worked designated out yet with for ; the large keys nunxber,: on the of men provide bridge to work projectsand ',on?

More To Come I I gave to The Citizen at the Cuss .. .... tonight and S.md3)sli: ; bth' warmer veterans and the building of the !'
j Normal Mean ....-... ........ .. .72I ;I certain fubjects several probably contemplated water lines,
None of the major points' in Marina before leaving PLANE BRINGS '' tonight; colder Monday mod-j M.\ E. administrator
yesterday! I RainfanYe"tt'rday's ; .I bridges Gilfond acting l.1|I i will participate in the teaching ofi proposed mosquito eradication and
the President's legislative pro for Jacksonville route to meet I eiat to fiesh east :-.ntl southeast of the Key West Ad.- : cl&v .
i es.MEMBERlPlCTURE the chain of airports in Florida
gram for this session have been the governor in Taliaha'see.Mrs. I Precipitation .0 Ins. \\inds. - PASSENGERS I I there will be added numl
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Normal Precipitation !
enacted into law, yet. This despite -| \ Sholtz and children. Taro- .. ... Florida: Fair tonight and Sunday Administration wants to cooper-I
I I 'thU rrrord rutrr Zl-hwur T* I> bur of men, all of whom will. Lol
the fact congress has been line Mitchell, Lois and tu: ('n('. -- e-.aI.K .< N' oVIm-k ...... ..rnlaC. \ except possibly' light rain in ate every way possible in making,: I veterans. ThCJCt!anticipated arri,
grinding away since January 3. j left in a special car yesterday, and i Tomorrow' Almanac extreme north' portion Sunday I the camps model ones and pleasant the DUO '
yajsiadtk'd > already'in
The Whito House has submitted was accompanied the ststion bytdiimber MANY LEAVE ON EXCURSION' afternoon/ ; slightly wanner ..in one.I s. } )
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I 'Sun rises:; .._._.m...... -. thus far three proposals- paramount of fricnds.oC; long stand.i1Jand TO TORTUGAS AND FORT Fun sets ................ .._. Ci37: p. i 'coMer! and wert portions tonight; 1 :ltwtars of the band headed by I ;.Mr; Hinchman wmf: 'cal'dupon! : ;
iiuportance4-work relief,I, acquaintances made during ) I 'Monday. A. Barros will be in the _
o. camps C
i Moon .. . ; 4:42 ,
',0\\ rises : p. I t to solve
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social' security, antI NRA. Thereare the stay.OHIO I '-r 01.1 JacJcxjnville fo Florida Straits; tomorrow, returning to
JEFFERSON Moon rets .... .. ...... 458 'a. through .With his .
the-
; cooperation
problem
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more to come.congressional. I I I i I Moderate eat an.l southeast! wind;: Key West tomorrow night. (IArrangements i REPRESENTATIVE, [.H Aft frMNI .
"I It I! of, the i fai divided'in
j Tomorrow Tides hecomih'k't1fd"dorth} cttnpa
$ome leaders! aro' portion for sending the f
i: I t/. ; I.I IN KEY WEST T 1OXRMGEI twq: divisions. B. MvDuncan
EDITORAND r- ; r.M. i
jlEurdiy fJir-Vcalher
A.M. and
frank to admit, that the only J ; : tonight I muiical organization to Lower !I
way they see out is for the President Leaving yesterday by plane'fora High .................. 8:38 8:44 jRwiday.': . '".'' Matecumbe were made by the rec- !!! PROGRAM ATpAjCE( infer in charge- twill hav :' 80l9

to sidetrack' a part of his I; WIFE\ VISIT HEREPAID visit to Garden Key aud !historic i Low .. ._. ............ 2.:30. I: Eist GAlf.\ : Mo.Jcnitf\ to creation department of the Keyi i I charge of work operations while
old Fort Jefferson were Phillip! :j jKmerson 2:17"j'I I all other. activities will be povcrned .
!soiithea-t and -
sout'i winds
program. That is, unless he I-mil.1 Barometer at 8 a. m. today : frrsh'l West Administration. j!
Richard Cross, : 1Cros | ing to and controlled by Mr.
wants to have congress on his' Sea level. 30.19. t j westerly Sunday: over Arthur C. Bromberg, head of
Jane l
Mrs. It. W. Cross, llinchman. Thin will include not
hands far into the summer; if not PLEASANT CALL AT THE tI I I I portion. I the Pictures snd Carl
Stuait. Charles Stuart, Ralph i --- I ALICE BAKER TO !! Monogram only construction and governing
into fall. j ( I
I Highest I '
Morrison Mor- Lowest Floyd, Florida distributor who ,
CITIZEN OFFICE ]1 Cordon. Louis Reta WEATHER CONDITIONS of the camps but also providing!
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Experience has shown, however ri.'on, Catherine Sweeney, Scott StltionJ.at Night Yesterday I were in Key West on business, suitable: recreational diversion

that the heat of a Washington -, TODAY .Turner S. W. O'Neil. Paul Judson -I Abilene ............ 62 82 I Pressure continues high over BE BURIED HERE' left yesterday, Mr. Bromberg going I for the men.

sununer does<< more to per-j: '\ and Mrs. Paul Jurson. Atlanta ............ 40 74 I i the South Atlantic states and i 1i i I to Atlanta and Mr. Floyd to : For all of which Mr. Hinchman,

suade members of congress to! G. J. Kochenderfer.! editor of : Coming in by plane in the morning Boston .............. :34; 40 j:I roith Pacific coast region while FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE Tampa. i with his war experiences yearn of

shut up shop and President go home than : the News-Journal of Mansfield, were George Diehl, Charles Buffalo ............ 50 CO the disturbance of marked intensity -!i I Their visit to Key Wert was to i travel in foreign lands and every
appeals of the or any-: Buckland. Steward Norman. Otis 1[ which was central in South i iI CONDUCTED TOMORROW !| discus new programs for the I section of the United States
1 Ohio, and Mrs.I Kochenderfer, under -
one else. !, Charleston ..._... 58* 62 I> kota yesterday morning moved :I theater with Lorenzo Bez-
Kehn Palace
Nat Kahn Goldie
who spending short time in Spencer. I [ the best and most adverse
Odds arc the same will be true Key are West, were pleasant a callersat Richard! Kahn. Robert Spottswood Chicago .---.-.-. 58 72 i eastward over the Lake region attended : AFTERNOON I II anilla and Rogelio Cabrera managers I conditions, is deemed fully qualLfied.

this year.CUBA. The Citizen office today. 'James Miller Edith Miller\ George j Denver .......__.... 24 70 I I by high winds and gales i I Arriving this morning by train <, and Attorney Arthur Gomez .

i!: During his travel*, Mr. Kochen Chapman. Florence Chapman. | Detroit .............. 56 68slvcstc.i in portions of the Great Plains |I from Miami was the body of Alice i it j who handled the I legal affairs of To Excrci Caption

CARRIES !: derfer is writing a series of articles : In the afternoon there were 101 j ( : ...-.... 64 72 region.upper Missisrippi\ Valley and Lake :|Janice Baker. daughter of Mr. and I the Palace. Jt has been arranged in Washington -

'I covering the places visited passengers booked for the return i''Havana ... .64 I I Temperatures have risen 10 to*1 Mrs. J, R., Baker, of 514 Simontonj, Mr. Bromberg: says they have in in said Mr. Stone, to have
and incidents of the anti to Miami. Three arrived this : ftreet. Mis\ Baker died Wednes- : view a wonderful innovation
trip one ,
84 PASSENGERS morning! and reservations' were Huron ... ............. 22 61Jacksonville 125 degrees in the north and l"m"I.' ) ?, ;'I the of entertaining programs all veterans assigned to camps
these will be devoted to Key after way
:| of I i day night iaMiami an cp-,, equipped with cards and other-
j West. made for 12 passengers on the afternoon : ...... r.K 72 die Atlantic states. region <>f' the1! eration following an illness of for the Palace which will be announced I
Great Lakes and Ohio! ,and conference be means of identification so as to
sailed i i I This afternoon Mr. anti Mis. plane.MINISTERIAL. Kan"a City m'". -10 71 I II valley I! four weeks!.,. 1] after a to preclude the possibility of '
mencntecing
Cuba yesterday -
Steamship are considerably In
the
now c&s next
; cx ,of held in Atlanta within
'I the
Kochenderfer are viewing > //Services W1L.bci held tomorrow
with KEY WEST 67 78 the who not
afternoon for Havana the seasonal! average. In th'e camps were
sights and visiting places of en- I I II Mis-j:I afternoon4ticjock\ from the tow weeks. I
43 first class! passengers and fivebecon4l ASSN. I Little Rock .....- G2 76 I I souri valley and central'plains I : : | expressly designated for the pro-
teitainment with W. L. Bates and j Lopez Funeral Home Chapel. I
ea! s. one ton of freightand 1 lAos Angeles .,-.. i2 66Louisville states the temperature' hak( fallen;, .,
103! :: sacks; of mail. as they arc bpth Kotartans. it goes ,.. .., 5R 76Miami I.I 10 to 25 degrees and is aga'iif nor \cher th< ; :
i without saying the ride will be a WILL MEET MONDAY I I26 f arrival The* nerrice*'will' be ;
toni -
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F rrr> Estrada. Palma returned I \ .. ......_.. foR 74 I mrJ. I !I a thorough medical examination
from Havana- with one car of ;: pleasant one. The visitors wiltIt.'a'e Minneapolis\! ...... 66 During the last 24 hours fair i I ducted by "Jehovah's Witnesses.MarchlI I.I.i DANCETonight before being sent to a camp
the 5:40 I Miss
born in
this afternoon, on i Baker was I
sugar, 232 sacks! of mail, 23 empty New Orleans .... GO 74 weather was general throughoutthe checked before leaving'and after
cars and two passengers. i I .rain. > There will be a special called ,I I New York ........ 38 44 1 1l'enacoIa country except for light show- I 1918, and services will be held on I 9 p. m. till 1 arriving, and will be placed in an

meeting of the Key West: Ministerial -:i J ....-..... CO 68 I ers on the east Texas coast and the 17thanni.Y: of""her birth. EL BOLERO, CLUB (Continued on Pace Four)

We Take the DENT 1 Alliance on Monday morn-;:; Pittsburgh __h. CO 68 mow flurries! in Minnesota, Mon- : NOTICE" I Ii Bahama street between Fleming - '

SPECIAL ATTRACTION Out of ACCIDENTBring jog March 18. at 10 o'clock, states.;''Sl. Louis _........ 62 78 I Itana. Wyoming and Idaho i and Southard FRESH KILLED POULTRY

Sound Films of FORT JEF. in those dented) fenders, Rev. Shuler Peele president. :] Salt bike City 2G 36 I I Thick dust storms tie reportedthis All girls appearing in "Pirates I II CENTS 40c LADIES FREE FRYERS AND HENS

PERSON Dry Tortugas witH we're equipped to make them The alliance will meet at Fleming -' San Francisco :: 48 CO morning in Kansas and Oklahoma -,I of Penzance" are requested to For Reterratioa Orders Tall.! Hoar I
Any
Lowell Thomas wilY be shown I look like NEW. Street Methodist Church. Seattle __._ ..__ 42 48 I with ceiling and visibilityzero. I turn in costumes not later than PHONE NO. 5. ,EARLY I.

TONIGHT atMONROE- I Lou Smith Service Station i i i All choir directors of the Tampa -.- 56 78 I (I Monday at FERA office. -Ma.ic By- I Fulford's Poultry Farm

THEATER While; and Catherine Phone 522 churches affiliated with the alli-I Washington .._ 52 58 I S. M. GOLDSMITH, M. 1.. SPOTTSWOOD. RUDY'S SYNCOPATORS 1 Phon sao I Deliver

J I .. I ance will meet with the ministers..S Williston __ 16 32 Temporary in Charge. marl6-lt C.

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ruUUheil lUily Except Sunday By On March 17 St. Patrick's day is By OSCAR M. JOHNSON IN l'lltfllT ('ont'r. VTITI': UK I
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itu: nTJZt:30: 1-iiii-isniNU CO.. IMC.I. :" ............ .......................__4.._._._.__..__.._._._._ ri.Olflllt. TMKNTIKTII .. ..........*.............
celebrated the national festival of Ire- --- - ----- -- -- --- ---- -- --y--------- t' nu-I
I'. AfT31.'N, PrraldtBt.Krotn as byPLTLR ''1. 'ili'l'IT MOMtOi: I l This day produces great mindset
The Citizen BuildingCvrnrr land and its observance is more or less Ng1DLRg01( TALLAHASSEE, March 16.- if it were possible for the legisla,PAI T\'1.. AXIWKW IN (c''C''I: "ASH.: t and with
Greene and Ana Streetsily Last week's release of the long- ture to provide for appropriations j Complainant, on high things
t
general among Irishmen and their descendants in-preparation stair auditor's report to carry 20 years and then adjourn vs.M.tRY t strength to withstand! opposition! ;

l ; Dally Newspaper In Key West und Monroe throughout the world. The date CultivationCUITE on administration of the..Rai-' "what a happy, contented i' R. cull Defendant.oni . aspiring and sustained by a faith

County. is said to be that of St. Patrick's: death, I ford State Prison excited more people we would have and such a .:it OP I'l'MMCATjOX! I that will lead to success. U the

IlerMI at Key: Wtxt. Florida as second dais matter but even the year is not known althoughit OFTEN the difference be- comment than any recent develop- prosperous country". .Tampa's1 J sworn It apix'&rinK ball filed In by he affidavit atMttrntalrdrauftr the luxuries of life are given they will
tween a fine garden and an ordi- ment in state governmental cir first citizen expressed an Ihat Mary 10:. (Cash!' the defendant be well used. .If born in humble

riFTV-SIXTII 1KAIIBlrmbvr is thought to have been about 469 A. D. nary fertilization.one is in Too the much method ia almost of- des..It had in it political dyna- abborance to any: new boards! !bureaus therein.r the Mate named of In a Florida.mmrenKlent station A valuable life is sure to

.l the An_ cUlr4 rrea. Three noted Patricks are said to have as bad as too little fertil mite of far-reaching potentialities. or 'ommissions-vouch and she reKideg at New Turk N.' I result.
!:I.e Associated I'ress I Is xclualvelr entitled to use izer. Several light applications in the opinion of the astute .old-, that the creation of any state planning Y.. and that she l II! over the age flw..ntone
.r tepubl'callun' of all sews dtapatchcn credited toIt flourished! in Ireland during this period, i'I )'.ear! ; it In therefore or-
or not otherwise credited In this paper and alp thoroughly. worked In are pre- time politicos .. .It constituted a' board would in fact be the dereil that said nonresident defendant I Subscribe to The Citizen.
_the _local news published licro.'NATIONAL and accounts concerning them are so obscure ferable to one heavy. treatment.CULTIVATE severe indictment one which cannot establishment of a "nuisance"board. >>e and she 1 I" hereby -reiuired .

and confusing as to cause some C e e be ignored by the legislature' . .lIe Said that our fore- (Complaint to appear filed in to said the cause bill garden aa
EDITORIAL) Patrick realor your heavy . .It goes without question thata I|'fathers left the old world to getaway before Monday, the 1st tiny, of April FUNERAL HOME
to whether St. was a Boon possible after a
*\ ASSOCIATION doubts as as .*. l D. 1935>>: otherwise the allegation
11 rain. The water packs down the legislature committee will be appointed 1 1I I from "being governed and of said !bill will be taken as con- i Established! 49 YUrt
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C/f n..h..eA. 1935 only a legendary personage. surface soil which then becomes to go further into the: planned for". .Private opinion of fesned by Raid defendant.It Key W..... Oldest I

%(t11t'IIIPTIUN- ItATE.Mme According to tradition, however, St. crusted and cracked In the hot I, Raiford situation. .Dr. }Mann:lat least some of the recipients of be is further published ordered one that each this w,'eeklor order l'I M-Hour AmbvUnco 3.rrUPlioa. .

Year ..... ..m.._.. _. _.. _.,-$1000 Patrick born in Britain and played Bun. I senator from the district in which I such letters i is that Knight views four r..tt.ecutive weeks In the I Ue..ed Embalmer:
Hx: Months ........_...._'_' .. _... 6.0' was an to [ alarm the of the KeVefct: (Citizen a newspaper. pub* I
hers :Months .._._,,_, ...._....m....- 2EO in MANY PLANT difficulties may I Raiford is located attempted with possibility Ilshvd in said County and Slate. I II 138 NI,.bt 89C-W
l)n.. J'!"nth .. .. ...... ...... .mh.m_..'- .lel important part introducing Christianityinto be readily overcome with proper I bring about a real inquiry duringthe I j extension of powers to the state This ilith day of February. 1SJ5.:; 1 _
1C., eloly ........_.__.__._._...._.__._ .n Ireland after six years in slavery in- fertilization. Plants that are I I I 1933 session! was bitterly disappointed railroad commission to regulate I. (SEAL) Clerk ROSS C SA\\VKR
I Circuit Court.
A1)t'CIITISING RATES to which he was sold by hostile Scots, who kept growing continuously are over'the makeup of, the 4' rates of light and power companies I I!>' FLORKXCK J::. SAVYKR.I .
Mad known en application. much hardier and less susceptible I committee named in response to : that this can be best prevented >eputy Clerk. OVER-SEA HOTEL
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M'lXIAl. ISOTICKAt. abducted him at the age of about 16. to disease. of blanket campaign to WILLIAM II MALOXK.
: rtad'nc' notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of his resolution. .Nothing came | by a Solicitor for Complainant.mar9.16.21.20 FLEMING STREET
917
r ..., l.ituary. notices! etc-, will, be charged for at Finally making his escape, he decided LIME Is not a plant food. Its t the maneuver, although it was ap-I continue the status-quo as to I
: .. i I. : ,,1:9 cents a Use. I I I less exhaustive i Lords bureaus and commissionsand -R990tt-
to devote his life to the conversionof value is in correcting a sour or parent from an even
>* for entertainment by churcnen from Which With Water $1.00 a
their IN ruin IT come STATE OF Running ,
and in make and
. ... acid soil condition respective
t r "\ '" is to I.e derived are 5 cents a line. state auditor's inquiry priorI powers .
ri.OUIUA. :
TWK&TIKTH
'''b., 4 'illicit In an open forum and Invites dlscns.it the Irish. His mission as a priest began ing clayey soils looser and more II ito I the convening of the 1933 session duties. .Power and light rate 4'IICCI"IT. MONItOK' COITN.Jl'DI.tll. Person; With Bath $1.50
.r' of pulillc issues and subjects of local or general about the 425 and he became pliable. :i I left to the local T\. riltNCKItl.: a Person
a now
regulation
re but It will not publish anonymous communl- year . that there was ground for IM>IIOTIIY JANE met I WEEKLY RATES

.&U'nl: bishop about 441. His ministry! is said to REGARD your flower garden as I more than a superficial probe. . units of government.. Complainant. Newly a.no'e

------ ---- have been attended with much success, an additional room in your home.livI| Every indication is that there will ........................1 KRXKST vs.: M. RICH 1 New Equipment
Its treatment as an outdoor be no indifference to the situation I ])efen IMF OVEMENT FOR KEY WEST hence his designation as Ireland's patron ing room will make it the most this year. .It's no secret Today In History : OF rUHLICATIOV New Management

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN saint although not an Irishman himself. enjoyable portion. .of.your home. 'I that Superintendent Chapman iv i........................ I I filed It appearing in the oetated! by the sworn cause that bill NO CLEANER HOTEL

Among the traditions connected with MAKE the care of your garden { not wholly acceptable' to O:'e member ;! Ernest :M. RI(-... the defendant therein ANYWHEREI
a part of the day's routine.,. A I ? of the board of state insti- 1802-Act of Congress: established named is a nonresident of the .. -
St. Patrick is that he used the sham.rock to U. 's. Aca-lemy at State of "Florida and whose address 1MUNSON.
Military .
1. Wata: a.Sec4Mge.seIlridgea few moments each day will then t tutions. which really runs tMo--af-.1 ,,111 Milford. Delaware, and that ha U! \1:.

illustrate the doctrine of the Trinity,, be, sufficient., .'' ,*,..d ? fairs at P.aiford..Chapmafi,{f,\Vc5t Point, N. V. I I over the liKe of tWt'nl)-one years; ISLANP )
to .roluplete Road to :Main- e / I I lit I"1 therefore ordered that said FISHIN.G'CAMPn, J
,, Another, entirely fanciful, is that he drove IF YOU hav'"' tree 'lor heaT 1| j however, ha three or four warm ; nonresident defendant be and he 1.1 I R. M. Ellison ,
t' land oar 'a t. 18C7 Operated by
: shrubs or hushes"close' to your I {I friends among theseven mem-i| -Henry Barnard appointed hereby required to ap..ar'to"tbel .
the snakes out of Ireland. bill of filed in Raid I I I Best Fi hinf OB Coast
: #, ) it la ,to bers..Three especially for : first U. S. Commissioner ofEduct4n complaint causeon
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3. Free r iL.I. qw 1 i garden necessary: fertilj' are ; or .before Monday the lt day of :
:. .,.'! ;, '.c .. ....... .. : Whatever the truth about the :Barters \ : Ize more often for these stronger, :, him first last r.nJ all the time on ;i, 9 April! A l). 1925. otherwise the aN Guides and Boats Available
I growing plants will take the sus- I leKations of said bill will, be tak.e/1 I Sea Food-Fishing '
9. IJ8\l'\ an Apartments. the basis of past Uscussion! . .
:", 3St r(1 ..ae t the living fact is that the name. St tinence that bhould be availableto '' as confessed by fuid defendant. ,!:' J 'B ating Bathing
1889-Two) American and two
Just what their attitude will now!
j It U further ordered that this order
5", .BathingPaQillon.tA, Patrick is revered by Irishmen the world ennials.your tenderer annuals or per be remains to be seen. .That a German warships wrecked in terrific I be published, once each week I Write: for Reservation, Pea

C. Airports-Land and Sea. over who commemorate him by "the . I shake-up is in the offing duringor / j I! hurricane off Samoa. for I..I'Y.I't four consecutive Citizen weeks a newspaper in The, Office. Ramrod Key
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FROGS or toads, hornets, garden of the.1'l published in said County and State. Accessible by Rail or Auto to
1. Consolidation of County and City wearing of the green" on each 17th day of soon after the meeting -
I This lath, 1>35.: Ramrod Key
spiders, dragon flies are some legislature seems definitely the!j 1933-U. S. Senate stick market j February
I! (SEAL ROSS SAWYER.
Governments. March. of the desirable friends In your Camp Boats Meet Guest
snowed that
prospect. .That something! may be investigators powerful Clerk Circuit Court.
garden for they feed on both WM MALONE: Rates: $5.00 Per Day-
v 1'l said in defense of Chapman'-! administration -(I| interests can control prices
the adults and the larvae of Solicitor for Complainant. American Plan
THE ASTROLOGERS harmful forms.. . is not doubted.. :.Be- i I under normal conditions. j I fetii23: ; mar2-s-li, 1J35

cruse of the stringency of state' ...
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN -- IF YOU have a steep slope whereit finances during the past three
In moments is difficult to get grass try t
-' our optimistic we some- years economy has been the
planting thickly with honey-
times think the world is becoming civil- watch-word..The 1933 report of,
suckle.
WILL always seek the truth and print it
. . dHJin"eJon
i the however found
sttte auditor Bo
I ized. We like to believe that the of I + be
without fear and without favor; never be age IN PLANNING the planting for i Chapman buying a silver! service so :, 't

afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; superstition is past, or at least rapidly the front neighbors.of the house The,effectiveness consider- :{| that "distinguished" visitors might j by
i
always fight for progress; never be the organ passing. But a calm survey of some your is doubled if It is in bar- : not be dined on platters comn-nn I ACCEPTING'IMITATIONS
to the herd. .This happened in j
with the others.
I
things that are going on must convince us mony
the mouthpiece of . .
:: or any person, clique : I the preoeeding administration. .i '
I To net the original Davit 100% Pare Paint
faction or class; always do its utmost for the that the supposedly intelligent human WOODLAND TREES get along{ !The 1933 report severely criticizedexpenditures ) &::" --- Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or race is still composed largely of credulous must without compete fertilizer with but the lawn greedy trees !; for supplies incidentto look. for Davia 100% Pure Paint ra eft.at*
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the fuj rintendent's home the p..j,,.,. imitated but ":: : =
boobs. grass and should be fertilized. never duplicated. : : .
{injustice denounce vice and praise virtue | this
; Label
; the Done Meal or a good tree and I generosity with which milk and : Davia 100% Pure Paint conforms/ with :::::=;:
this statement
In of
commend good done by individual or support should be used. other foods, etc., was assigned! to : u'
organ- shrub fertilizer !, In: all pun paint tawa ta4 at the only) paint ::.=.---
ization; tolerant of others' rights views and amazing popularity and financial pros- the guards, and other salaried em-1 IJUPU tbat came* f guarantee pf purity. ===_

opinions print only that will elevate perity of certain alleged astrologers even nloycs! of the prison 9 I P 1N'I for
; news Cook? this Guarantee on the Label .. ,. .
and not contaminate the reader; never com- in this period of nation distress, may be KEY WEST IN Too often. the public has been w.tkv with . '
I oacoMMcttoa any other Faint atMHifacturtr of OM umSbt'+Ottrt.>>
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lrOntseitn mentioned. prone to criticize legislative investigations All ow prodtKU are ads by ua in &11'aa4 oU through Dokn onigjTHEHEDAVlSCa

principle. Astrologers are seriously consulted by DAYS GONE BY a" mere junketing trips &uu/ BALTDfOREKDl
. .Legislators inquisitions have
------ -' -- ---. leaders in the business and political world, Happening Here Just 10 Year been ridiculed and because of this G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
There i the cold chisel and the code Ago Today Aa Taken From I
who seek to advance their interests by the demand for such probes have .. .
c hi.-e 1. The Files Of The Citizen been increasingly looked with
availing themselves of wisdom gained by a upon, .. .
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indifference. .Unless conditions
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study of the stars. could be found to be of, !such: deplorable -
The weapons of a knocker are in- Articles in The Citizen last 11.8.1'IIIII.I:
Many otherwise reputable newspapers week about changing the names of nature as to excite thepublic's ......r...............................S..1 ......,.,....:
:mlt.". personalities and calumnies. mind, results of inquisitions -
in which self-styled
carry departments as- certain keys has created a great .
of the past have been viewed .
trologers predict the future of their read- deal of interest on the subject I I as mere "white-washes".llow- .

Before condemning a writer's work ers in response to questions submitted. among residents, several of whom I ever it is not believed that the

},ccau.c it i is not original, think how much elaborate "reading" is ofI I have either sent to this office or .members of the coming session will I
Usually a more
brought proposed names. As usual I.
worse it would be if it were. be so timid. .Prespect is. ihat Stock Sale I
fered for a suitable fee. Thus a large Stock Island has been the center I II
there will be investigations of alII j Reducing
of interest and changes have
.. section of the metropolitan press is aiding many I I institutions and that all of them

If Socrates, had practiced a while with and abetting one of the most flagrant been suggested. will be thorough-going. I' : '

noonshinc whisky the hemlock would species of charlatanry which now ex- D. II. Fierson of Kansas City, I ---- I II
Peter O. Knight, of Tampa re- ,
who was in the city for several ON
leave acted soothing potion. -- -
as a
ploits a gullible public. days has returned for another I I cently wrote friends to the effect': ,

P. T. Barnum the great showman, stay and expects to remain for that people ere "tired of being:1

Our own idea is that it's about time once attributed his success to the fact that several weeks. Mr. Pierson believes governed" predicting unwarranted that unless I 1 Royal Poppy Pattern Bake '
end to
there is
that Key West will eventu an
for the people of Key.West to get together
the public likes to be humbugged. And ally be one of the greatest winter interference with business and the 1 .

utfiK tot I llC 1ntL-i.; rJtogethQ .; arnum. was; right. resorts in the south. activities of,the people "conditionswill '
t'; { I .... in' Serve Ware Casserols :
.. .. 1 be worse this country- one 1 1*' ..
k-- A .06. :
work thesteel
TJ Genius i is :,. Though of, 'grectinh: year from, n w)|than at presentand 11.a, : : r. 4
,, more comjnon .JN ng men, .. FUNNY BREAKS column.,antf;.beams of the I the Democratic party will geta i 1 ; ' e .l'

ac fsriling to a psychologist. Bit he) rather .11.. Hotel Lri Co\r a. )iii ,&dt,,started i worse licking than in 1920 ifpossible" 1 "5 : With Cover and Plate.tt: ;:, ., .. I .:
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:;pfeiletl it. fur the men by adding "sojisKimcv. < Some of the funniest things in print. until yesterday morning', at -noon!J I ; .K_ ifht suggested, "that 1 re 'f ea ..j' I
.) todi : '
I third of the ffrt'twtiflnoraof '11
.... ** ,one ,
p "are not those produced by writers who {try the structure )had\, been.: negro here on Sunday. The killing' ,1 h '

to be humorous, but are the result of acci- put up. M. F. Burton, foreman' took place in;an alley leading off : v7.inch size $ 1.25 \
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of the Petronia street As far as can be
The "Lame Duck" amendment to the i representative Virginia
dent, through careless writing and proof- : ttridge and Iron Company, said learned the two negroes were have ,,

( 01 ti-iition which was rushed through reading.The. II that when the work stops Saturday, ing an argument which resulted in j

t tin' U-trislalures last year and which per- following paragraphs are samples that the entire two floors will be?1 the killing. 1 1I 8-inch size ; $1.50 ...

nH11 4 (I'd Congress:\ to stay in session in- all of which actually appeared in I completed.: I Editorial Comment" : Formerly l' ; : ._ .--,..,_ : .

Uelinitely gives promise of leaving the various American newspapers and magazines I Officers of the county and city I Ia man who failed in everything i ii 1 Total Price 2.75 .j

i ;a. u.:' sorrjewhat: lame this year. Under : are still) conducting a search for I..I i *e. would start a newspaper. Regular $

the old conditions the negroho killed another I he starts a i I 'station.
Congress would have "Drury and John Lacey wish to an- I t :

had to \ --.- -..- ... ------
adjourn on March 4 and the threatof nounce that the Lacey caught at Lida is no I i

toi-oveiy of wild legislation would have claim of I t
relation of theirs. They none
lc"t i over. Now it has been in session "
their folks has ever been caught. PRICE

mor, than two months and has accom- "Dozens of hens gave their all to Your Opportunity SALE

i' h. I
itt virtually j
I nothing.
I of the town
It t II satisfy the appetites peo ',


A: sure sign that more trouble i ia brew- I ple.""The family was made ill by pan- Now is the time to modernize your home and (for both) i

i-"t\' .-1 Cuba is the exodus of political refugee to make such improvements to your property as maybe :
tomime poisoning. :
to Key West and Miami. U. S. immigration { needful or desirable before costs advance ,too '
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coat also
"To trade 60 lady's plush ; 1
officials did not need to read dispatches much. : : -" :
girls for load of hay. .
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I about Cuba' revolution and Men'ieta's "Farmer boy, aged 40 wants positionon *' See us about the U. S. Government plan:,. t>n $ 1 75

(! reprisals when they were called toe small, slender widow's ranch." long term modernization loans. .

-e:: temporary residence permits to ap "Preaching by Rev. Ewing has been ,

prosrrvitely 40 Cubans off the S. S. Florida very forceful and cutting. The subject Enjoy the benefits while you pay. ..

hr-e the other day. Ordinarily they would Friday night is 'Breaking Through.: ..


ooert wmt to only return about, because 10. The I'm plea a "I political don't i I I Powejl"Mrs.have Mary treated C. Davis themselves and Mrs.to C.nice H. I I The First National Bank of Key West South Florida Contracting & Engineering C. !


refugee," is receiving more serious tombstones in memory of their husbands." I Member of the Federal Reserve : Phone White tad ||

f. on. too. as permits come up for atten-I I "Found fountain pen by woman half 598 Epa Streets .

.\ thou I
a jlodge, Uncle Sam is inclined to give the l I "Why kill.your wife? Let electricity YOUR BANK o. ..

pleader the benefit of the doubt these ;I do it. We'll help. Electric Supply and I ] :.....................................,................. .............:

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SATURDAY_ :MARCH 16, 1933. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

PACE THREE

J .eese..e..ee.e.s.eeeeee ,, .

NEW DOPE 8001JUST The greatest agency put into man's ISCCC eSSeCeSI ,$ .
I FOLLOWING hands in prayer. I : : ;

l Weeknight service Tuesday, Today's BirthdaysE.
OFF PRESSHANDY .
- RA1D.1It !OE&NCt BYEVAN VAPdS THROUGHBy 7:30 o'clock. .CSS..........
Choir
rehearsal
Friday, 7:30 ,
\ I E. M. Newman of Chicago, trav-

) trxofsia Brotbtr :Pa TI.. **l tiontano_.41. 4cJi ntf4 .. panlonsblp In the thick blackness. ( JOVE) FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH p. m 14scturer, born in Cleveland 63

I"rottlr .,*!i.e >, tin urriblt jH*.-&Uva. matterf I E1 Keed. friends. This Is the BETHEL A.
M. CHURCH
Corner 'I E.
tkt Vallf of U. O_ 4. Mateo Krlnjo. If you have heard of him At a meeting held at the recreation ENCE GUIDE OFFERS I I Simonton and Eaton Sts, 527 William StreetE.
RwLr4i ,.aa .r.a H..rlIe4 I. 4'- Geo. E. Summers, B. D. Pastor -
Richard Evans Pastor
'It Ik. let Mexicans be able departmenWyesterday afternoon I
valley and Montana cud before. ; to forget I Prof. Eric P. Dartmouth
(Colored Kelly of
Fatrtial hopt to reiCKt & $I. tlon- about him today. the second half of the dia- NUMEROUS FACTS I Church Sunday school opens at Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. I j I ) -
tnn has teen tested and Ja- mondball i 9:45 a. m.. under leadership of ,I Morning worship at 11 : Corner Division and Thomas Sts. professor of journalism
league and
aura ti about to accept Aim' as aguard. The door openedalowly. because was adopted,
But trit Jul mutt ?roihlmsflf it was a weight even with the handsof the first game will be held Monday :- !i Gerald Saunders, general superI -': Sermon subject: o'ctoC1c.j H. R. Hill pastor 1 1I noted author born at Araesbury'
by de/eatiny three hugucou intendent. Each department meets''' Faith." I Sunday school 9:30 a. IQ. I II Mass.( 51 years ago.
.. locled i J6 a dark room with two men pulling at It, and as March 18. between the Lopez Containing wealth of base I I
."'11 a market for a iceapo the ball facts I in its own assembly room. Christian Preaching, 11 a. m.
light entered. the Kid walked Funeral Home ten and a new club and figures for fans, including J: Endeavor 6:30 p. m.

into a big,round chamber that might named Key: West Athletics. The many new features of ,: Worship services at 11.. m. i Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock. I Junior A. C. E. League meets :I Percy Mackaye of Cornish, N.

Chapter 8S have been a tank built to hold wa and at 7:30 p. ohThe pastor will Sermon "The BenevolentLife" at 5:39 p. m. I II
second game will be played Wednesday special interest. The Dope Book i I subject: H., dramatist and poet born in
ter. There was no feature of interest I: bring both morning and evening;I Senior A. C. E. League meetsat i
SLACK DEATH between the Athletics and published by The Sporting News, I I New York, CO years ago.Vj11'iam .

have stripPed El In Its construction. J Busy Bees and the third game will St. Louis, Mo., has made its annual messages. The topic for the morning I Wednesday evening at 7:30 6:15: p. m. I -

AFTER and you him his machete. On one side It.was exactly as an be Friday between the Busy Bees appearance as a harbinger of message will be "The Children j I o'clock midweek service. I I Evening service, 8 p. m.
given
another except that the wall had Weekly Services Stout
i the Of God" and for the evening B. of Detroit
and Embalmers. The of the new baseball season. This
give each of the three prisoners been built up of great thickness rest "Excelling"in Brotherly) Love." I j i Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Class. airplane designer and builder
(
a machete. went on Joan Stlva schedule will be published next handy little manual of the diamond !
only for some eight feet of its PENTECOSIAL MISSION || Friday 7:30 choir of the of Auto-
'ek. Young Peoples' meeting at 630 I p. m., re- president Society
Tell them El Keed will meet themin height after which "'( sport is issued in vest pocket I
a lighter wall '
I
1 o'clock. Miss Vanessa Collins, I I hearsal. i motive Engineers, born at Quincy,
size
the dark of the and filled from cover to
room. went up to the roof leaving a deep president. 909 Olivia Street I I I Ill, 55 years ago. -
"Thrust them In to him. Feed shelf that ran all around the compartment I Umpires will be Capote at the cover with statistics and interest- Wm. Skomdeen Pastor I
Midweek and I I ,
them to this puma-this mountainlion. !; plate Lopez at first. Gonzalez at ing information for the fans. prayer praise J Sunday morning worship 11 SAINT PETER'S CHURCH

Tell them that If be dies. they "'NowbarkecJ: tha voice( of the 1 second; and third. A ground rule. In addition to the records regu- service on Wednesday evening atj o'clock. Conrad Kagel, of Beverly Hills,

hall not be prisoners; the'shall be1llrd. gray-head and as the great door was adopted and that was, when larly carried, the new edition 7:30 p. m. j I Sunday school for all, :3:30 (Colored) I screen star. born at Keoluk. Iowa

.." closed. Montana\ looked behind him a ball i is'' overthrown at third each brings up to date the statistical Choir rehearsal on Friday evening -] m. p. Center Street Between Petfonia 38 years ago.
and saw; as the light pinched out II data he and contains at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Joseph
In a dark room-armed with a runner is entitled to one base. on game ; and Olivia
heavy machete only-to encounter that the three were coming; for him They will not have to make it. All many hew features. Notable Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders t ice Sunday 7:15 o'clock.night evangelistic serve! Sunday Services

three blood-thirsty peons who had In a rush their bare feet whispering the rest of the rules remain as among these is a list of the outstanding I choir director.: I I Tuesday, 7:15 m.. and I Mass, 8 a. m. 1 Elsie Janli actress! born at Columbus
p. prayer
been raised to the of that on the stone floor. - Ohio 45 ago.
use lie before. The players will play with records created by Babe praise service. Solemn Evensong and Benediction years
fled. The closing of the door
weapon-,to struggle with three men the club that they played with the Ruth during his career as a player FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Friday 7:15 of the Most Blessed Sacrament -
who had something better than life left him in utter darkness. Then he p. m., fellowship
to flgbt for? turned and dropped to one knee one first game. After that, if signedor in the American League, and I meeting. 7 p. m. Shah Mirza Reza Pahlevi of

hand with the machete poised over not they will have to get a release the dates cores and other facts Eaton Street, Between Duval and Saturday 2:30 p. m., boys' and Church school 8 a. m. Persia, born 57 years ago.

The Kid turned a little' towards his right soujder. before they can play with an- about Schoolboy Rowe's string of Simonton Streets 1 girls' church. Sermons 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.

old Juan-SIlva not to appeal but to But the whisper of the footfalls other club.Tomorrow. 16 successive victories. Besidesthe James S. Day Pastor I Week-Day Services: Subscribe to The Citizen.

of curse the the unquenchable bloodthlrst did not sweep straight np on him. player records the book includes Bible School at 9:45 a. m. I I Mass on Tuesday and Thursday -

But Juan tiger.,Sllra was already reclining They paused a little to his left Then afternoon the Aceve. I the names and seating capacities Morning worship at 11 o'clock.I MIXED BIBLE CLASS at 7 a. m.

silence followed. lIe could see I i of the major league paiks. Litany and Sermon Wednesday I Ir.ll.lll.lll.l.Notice
on' his mat.;; thrusting hls'legs do Stars will play a doubleheaderat I The pastor' will take for his sub on
nothing but ha thought that he I i glossary! of baseball slang nicknames . I Sam B. Pinder and W. Monti-
out Into the' terrible'' ,heat' :'ot the the Navy Field. In the first a i ject: "Jesus. The Offender." j I I P. at 7:30 p. m. .
could feel a pressure on his brain ,- etc.These I cino Teachers Confessions: Alter the Wednesday
gui and'groanidg wttbltl. >> artre. lIe thelt' i game they will play the Sluggers. i The Baptist. Training Union ,1

hag closed his eyes. Already perhaps from approach. and the batteries for this game I features added, ;to.. the I meet .a t 630; o'clock.J j This class meets every Sunday evening service. PU .. be prontpt I. p.,...
Tiptoe: ,three cats la the dark they I I :
he had forgotten?
m nda. Cursing tod:'pleading alike by scent perhaps. r Stars and Bethel and Ingraham 'ere World's Series records All-! I I The pastor'willhave some new''diterium:f at 10 o'clock. Men and
Ttej had looked H. Tfc. Citiset.
near enough to the SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST paper. para
would mean nothing to him, beast for that! i for the Sluggers."' The rest of the Star teams. Junior and Dixie ,Se- things to say on' the 'old subject!(i women not connected with any I
So It ries records, AU-Star ,rost- 'other Bible Class and CHURCH 15 cent* week for Ui. paper
regardlessof
was taelleace: that Montana ; Stars are: Armando, Albert and game, ; "Is There a.Hell! j !

inched, away' jSjHfpunjled, by his thick of the dark was a j. F. Acevedo Castro, Carbonell. ers of the major clubs and miscellaneous denomniations are invited to and jells it to you for 20

guards. TilE a steady weight And he Lena Al. Rodriguez. Gabriel and data, give the fan a valuable I I attend. (Colored) cents. HU-profit for d.Wv.r-
The captain of them moved with concise and authentic recordof LEY MEMORIAL: M. E. Southard Street Between Thomas i
felt his eyeballs starting out of his Martinez and for the Sluggers, I I.* {* S *.aU weekly oa eacfcsubscriber.
A short gaIt. almost mincing his way the Schedule of the CHURCH. SOUTH I and Emma Streets
more
game.
like a dancing boy and as he went head with strain. Baker Albury, Sterling. Hale i CATHOLIC CHURCH William Perkins, Pastor If be is Mot paid
important leagues are also carried --
,
Thne he remembered that his Machin. Acosta. ValHna. Lucilo I
he sang huskily. eyes G. Williams, Missionary Leader liE Ic. Not The Cltlsea.
those of the majors being arranged Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. e*
were useless. lie might as well and few ot'iers will make the St.
a up Mary's Star of the Sea
lie kept on singing the song to the Sabbath School (Saturday). 10
in convenient daybydaystyle. Rev. W. J. Martin. Pastor I
close his
eyes so he closed them. club. In the second the Rev. Wm. "I"II.ICASA
end. but a great laughter began to game, Reagan S. J., o'clock.
Sense of touch would have to serve Church school at 9:45: a. m., I
Stars will bats with the in
Interrupt him and choke his cross charge
away him. completely. The Dope Book compilations are with Ed. R. Curry, superintendent Church services, 11 o'clock in
voice. The rest of the guards JoinedIn Tropicals. The Stars! will use the Order of services for this
Bat in the meantime, three stalking I club I made from the official records as the morning.Y. MARINAKey
church
same with Martinez in the
the, mirth. but softly with a :
devils were moving through the Morning worship at 11 o'clock. P. M. V. S. meeting 5:30
lound like the bumming of a hire. box. The Tropicsjs will use Wick- provided by the leagues. Copies of Sunday morning Masses will be We t'. Hotel Do Luxe
darkness to find him. find him Sermon All FQrJChrist. o'clock p. m.
they the book subject: "Leaving
be obtained by send-
They brought up three men from ers and Joe Navarro for their bat may said at 7 and 9:30: o'clock. Wednesday American Plan
must sooner or later. Spread out ." Prayer meeting every -
the fields.CIg tery. ing ten cents to C. C. Spink &; Mass
Week-day o'clock.
Montana In the meantime, In a line they could not fail to -I t Son, St. Louis. I Junior Epwortb League meetsat I service at 7 night at 7:30 p. m. 200 Delightful Rooms, each
Evening at 7:30
o'clock
make contact with him and at the Private Bath
with
4:00 Mrs. V. A. Archer '
was stripped and siren pair of the p. m.
a
unbleached cotton shorts. He was I first touch three machetes would I The FERA league has four good .. ....CC C CCCLASSIFIED............ in charge. Sundays and Fridays.METHODIST NEWMAN N. E. CHURCH Evening Dioaer ___ 2.00

given a machete too. the heavy fall to work. lie might strike down dubs so far and probably there! Intermediate Epworth League Luncheon ___________ ISO
one of them, but the other two will be six before the league
knife widening! towards the point to meets at 5:00: p. m. Mrs. S. J. EPISCOPAL (Colored) i Afternoon Tea ..51PalmShaded
would be certain to bury the heavy, starts. This week the department -
male: Its stroke effective garage Pierce in CHURCH, SOUTH
more; In charge. A. T. McCaskill. Pastor or a la Carte
razor-sharp blades in him. |
has played two practice
mowing down cane or rushes.He He could feel the pain-the COLUMN Young People's Departmentmeets M. A. Moreno, Recording Steward Sandy Beach with
games and hav* done well in both.
<
it and
gripped weighted It. nausea of It. at 6:30: p. m. Miss Norma "EL SALVADOR"Corner Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary Casino

Among the natives, he knew the The outstanding players have .. .. ....... ... Yates president. Grinnell and Virginia '
9:30
And if he fled. the noise of his been the .p-s. -- Sunday school, a. m. Masseur in Attendance
science of machete play had been Mack Aero car driver 7:30: Streets
Evening worship at :
feet would bring them all the more Sunday service 11 a. m.
cultivated almost to the point of and a great left handed pitcher; FOR RENT (Services in PETER SCHUTT, Mgr.
swiftly on him. O'clock. Subject of the sermon: Spanish) 7 o'clock.PfratesCoyeFug
I Evening worship
,
small-sword fencing. And he. for the S. rand F. Caraballo two brotherswho "
lIe rose and drew back little by "The Call To Preach. Sunday school, 10 a. In. ,
-
I NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT
first time to his
life like
was holding play Frisch and Cronin ,
little. When he touched the wall. Prayer and praise service each Preaching, 8 p. m. -
the weapqn! around! the Stanton large airy rooms, two
infield Cooper
something we.e by-him. breathing. ; Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Mothers' Club meets Monday. KEY WEST
lIe looked over"the three. They Mora Garcia. and Hill. This porches, one screened, conven- Camp
,
It was barely audible but the sound Young people's choir practice 8 p. m.Bible. HOTEL
were all big. VJdal-Loon-Garclas iences. Reasonable. Apply 708 COLONIAL
-they were named to him by the could be heard. nevertheless. The I boy Hill has shown great ability Eaton street. malSStxMISCELLANEOUS each Thursday ,t 6:30: p, m. study and prayer service Pirate Cove. Florida I

three of them had moved slowly by. around shortstop and promises to Church choir practice each Friday I Wednesday, 8 p. M.i '
captain of the
who
guard chuckled 20 Miles From Key West on In the Center of the Business
as be spoke their names. It was like magic; three huge men be one of the best, on the club. : at 7:30 p. m. i 11
could not pass in such a silence! Gabriel. Cyril Griffin and Baker "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. the Overseas Highway and Theater District
They were big, and the brute was I '
I Loathing which was greater than play with them and they are LOser and SWIMMING POOL i
written all over them.Jot for minor :iiMAKES Montero, .
offenses had they been sent to the fear was driving him now. But he rated as professionals. % RADIOS REPAIRED FLEMING STREET METHODIST I Pastors FINE CUISINE First ctaaa-r..epro.f-

told himself that there was time. ,--- by authorized radiotrician. CHURCHCor. I 5;, iblo Rate
B *
Valley! of the Dead. And they had Duval and Angela Streets Fir,t Class Accoarnodatioas
It would be minutes before the line Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela
This afternoon the garage department -
remained long enough In the placeto Sunday school, 3 p. m. Write
or Telephone for
of the three returned to this same street. Phone 866J. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
have In their eyes contempt for plays two exhibition Fleming and William Street! Service in Spanish,. Friday, at Reservations

death compared with their horror of spot games, with the recreation in the feb23-lmox Shuler Peele Pastor 730p.m. , I

the life they had been enduring. I He reached behind him and first and the administration in the Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. Rate: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day Garage Elevator

I gripped the edge of the stone shelf second. The results of these games READ the advertisements in The William N." Knowles,. superintendent I American Plan Popular Prices
above him. lie laid the machete CHRISTIAN SCICNCE SOCIETY
: on Citizen. You will find it a .
THE marks of the chains were on will be published Monday. The in charge. Classes for all I -
It. stepped a pace away from It, profitable diversion. tf I ___
,
necks and ankles now for other club in this league is.the - --- -"
-- --'
then freshened his grip on the ledge 327 Elizabeth Street
the moment made free from weight lighthouse department and players ages.Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
with both bands.Slowlyhe school 9:30
The bitter labor had rubbed AN AUTO STROP RAZOR outfit Sunday a. m. 1
away of the calibre of Derneritt Sermon subject: "The Secret Of -
from their bodies all spare flesh must not make a Roberts Plummer, Kelly. Shoneck given free with each classified Winsomeness." Sunday morning service at 11 '
sound-he muscled himself
And each man knew machete-play. '. up. advertisement. ASK FOR IT.jan11. o'clock.
) are well known to all the fans. Intermediate -
Epworth League
When his shoulders were level with
Each: had In his eyes a light brighter Wednesday evening service at P1 I The Never-Tiring
meets at 3:30 Miss Venda-
his hands he swung a leg over the p. m. 8 o'clock.
than that which flickered over the edge of the shelf and stretched him line Watkins superintendent. GUARDIAN
keen edges of the knives while they !MAKES REPORT FOR BICYCLESWE Reading room in Society building H t
self out prone.There Young People's Department
measured the Kid as a butcher open Tuesdays and Fridays
must be no sound. but his meets at 6:30 Miss -
Mary
p. m.
measures: a beef.In from 3 to 5 o'clock. of
RENT by the Hour Day or your
lungs were bursting with the effort MISSIONARY BOARD ; Felton president.
full daylight any one of the
Week. Repair all makes and
which he had Just made. There
Evening worship service at 7:30 HEALTH
three he knew. would have been .
I seemed to be no oxygen In the hot paint them with Nu-Enamel. We o'clock. Sermon subject: "lIeav- THE SALVATION ARMY
morethan a match: for him at this
thick. tale air as he mastered his C carry a full supply i of parts. Eternal Decree!! '

c3.'i Bnt! Juan,Silra prefeu1dtUgger.aiugr ? ;f t. ba4Jpg,, The following report has bee Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles .en/s I Mid-week prayer service, Wed- Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer : THE ICE MAN

rightfulness in the dark. Ue His whole body shook. The pangsof prepared by Dr. Alfred de Barrilt ", and tell them'a. low as $1.00 n sday evening at 7:30 o'clock. in Charge

would lie yonder on his mat and strangling made him gape hismoula'Vlde for the Presbyterian Home M $-, per week.: J. L. tower; Marie {Senior cholf wi11' ractire, imme 1002 Fleming Street ::=: Who appears like clock.

inflla: taste his own cruelty In opbut\ he fought rionary Society: C Company. ... marl8-lmo diateiaftei! the-mid-week service.. Company meeting (Sunday = work every day of: the year .

tbshatk: of his throat back the panic until little by little "There are proximately thre : \ !,('i. P; E.;.noberts, directoress. Kshool). 9:30 a. m. with a' load" of pur health-
drawing only small, quick. unwbls- FOR SALE .
'fhi gray-headed captain was sayIng : 4hou"and colored persons in Key j Intermediate'choir will prac- 'Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. a protection?
pering breaths he was almost nor jITlT
: 'You three get to there. El mal West and for them the following t ti Thursdayat' 7 p. m. Miss Y. P. L.'meeting, 6:15 p., m.

Keed first When the three of yon There again.was not room for his entire church accommodation is avail.. TYPEWRITING PAPER --600 Mayfield Knowles, Pianist; MissSu'an Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m. YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
sheets, 75c. The Artman Press.\
done
are for. El Keed will rap on p.Me:
the wall and we'll come In to seewhat's body to lie In any comfort and se "Three Methodist churches aug7 LaKin, Directoress. lie never has to be defrosted. He never thump,
curity. A part of his width projected CHURCH OF COD
happened. Or If the three of
and when the searchers seating probably 1.800 persons BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now or whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents
finish him. shout. and FIRST
you rou'retree with sufficient feating. I PRESBYTERIAN: '
thought to feel along the ledge he lOc each 3 for 25c at The
Street
from the chains. No more of "Two churches or CHURCH 1106 Olivia
Baptist one
the sleep-house, you hear me? No would be found Instantly. Catholic service I Artman Press, Phone 51, Citizen Morning service at 11 o'clock. CALL NO. 8
Episcopal ,
That thought made him one
more of the spoiled beans and cab leap down at once. regardless want of to I I one Seventh Day Adventht< one Building oct6 J. C. Gekeler Pastor Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. ,

bage. but meat that a man can eat any Corner of White and Sunday night .service, 7:15
Washington .
telltale noise he would Church of God one Presbyterian
make. But '
Do you hear me tell yon? OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two Streets o'clock. FOR PURE ICE
the Idea which church.
Hear him? They grinned on one had entered his mind I I bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of- Wednesday
Evangelistic service
sustained him.! He kept his eyes "From this it will be observedwe Sunday! school at 10 a. m. A -

'another open-mouthed and suddenly : closed. Three men in the dark, and I have sufficient church accommodation fice. oct6 C. Elgin, superintendent.The 715 p. m
they Joined hands nodding. The
as a blind he Adult Bible Class is taughtby Prayer and praise service, Friday
roan must master for colored
person
Kid understood that gesture. The, every
them! I 1 PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed the is 7:30 m. Teachers' meet-
pastor
and p.
would remain linked together by the I i in Key West! without counting various studyingPaul's
cards $1.25. The Artman ICE REFRIGERATORS
hands 10 that none of them might lie began to work off the short missions. Third Missionary journey. ing.

fall foul of another by mistake. In I' trunks In which he was dressed.CopyrigM. I "Our problem is not lack of I Press. &uJ7 Morning worship} at Jl o'clock. -

the darkness. They would have I ( m|. Carper 4 tntlert) buildings. but the task of getting MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 600 Topic: "A Precious Redeemer." Latia Miuion

more than united defense-they I the people to church. What I sheets $1.25. The Artman Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. 1 Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Made of All Metal-Equipped With

would have 0.. strength of com.] Monday. the terrible tfrU Ite.alna. I should like to see is a. new, stone Press, Citizen Building. Sermon topic; "Heaven.," Thursdays conducted by: Rev.

i up-to-date school building for the jun27tf The mid-week Bible study hour charles E. Lazo. WATER COOLERSThey're
-- -- -- --- -
---' - ---- --- - colored youths of the city." i if held on Wednesday at 7:30 p. Sunday school: 9:30 a. m.

.......................i President! born at Port Conway, I The Southern Presbyterian! fRINTING-Qualitr Printing at IL The final] lesson in the Bookof

Today'sAnniversaries Va. Died June! 28, 1836. Church hast foreign-speaking the Lowest Prices. The Art- Job will be studied. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS Economical 100 Per Cent

I pastors and teachers and has jusjt man Press. aug7 Refrigeration Satisfaction
t commenced mission! for Italiansin 1017 Street
1762 a JAINT PAUL'S Fleming
John
Southern CHURCH
Haywood, '
SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c.
I
R. T. Teacher
Tampa- Sawyer,

ccc e.............ca..es.1 Halifax jurist Co.and?!N. historian C.*' Died InNash-born in ''I It has 29 Indian evangelist,, The Artman Press. aug7 Corner Duval and Eaton Streets Bible study Friday, 7:30 p. m. Priced *t

1739-George Clymer: Philadelphia -j \ille, Tenn., Dec. 22, 182C.' I pastors and teachers and four I- WANTED Sunday Services: Sabbath service, 10:30 a. m.

merchant and patriot one:]I, I evangelists and women workers Mass 1, ':30 and 11 aL and
i who spend all their time with the WANTED chance to bid $30 $35EASY
of the signers of the Declarationof on Evensong and Benediction of TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
1845
Independence, born in Phila I'I -Alexander McDougall, I Jewish-speaking population. your next printing order. The I the Most Blessed Sacrament 8 p. CHURCH

delphi Died Jan. 24, 1813. I sailor shipbuilder, inventor of the"whaleback" f Artman Press. aug7 m. TERMS PAYS' FREE TRIAL

i ship founder of HOGS AS REWARD Church school. 9:50 a. m. (Colored)

Everett, Wash., born in Scotland. FEMALE HELP WANTED I I Sermons at 11 a. In. and 8 p. m. 717 Simonton Street .......,.......
,
1750-Caroline L. Ilerschel Died in Duluth May 23, 1923. RICHMOND, Va.-.,Becanse be I
Week Services Rev. Alfred DeBamtt Pastor
pay : ,
famed English; astronomer born. I has no money to offer as reward, LADIES: Earn money doing Mass every day at 7 a. ra. and Morning service at 11 o'clock. '

Died Jan. 9, 1848. I 1863: -Willis J. Abbot newspaper J L, J. Carter of this itT is ..Ur.jn needlework at home. N. can 'I II Also on Wednesday at 9 a. ra. Subject: "Answered Prayers." oms Ice Company Inc.-

I editor, Christian Science two hogs for the hit-run vassing. Stamp envelope brines !I Morning and evening prayer Church school 7:30 o'clock. ,

1751-James Ied .oo. Virginia :. leader and writer of books born. automobile driver who struck his particulars. ROYAL NOVELTY. i;'daily at 6:45 a. m. and &:ZO p. ra. Theme. : TeUr in Prison." :

statesman framer of the Constitution -, at New Haven Conn. Died at daughter and critically injure CO.. Portsmouth, Ohio. ''l Confessions: Saturdays at 4:30P. Evening service 7:34 p. n-

Secretary of State, 4th Brookline, Ma=s., May 19, 193(. .'ber -i > '"' marlMtx u- Subject "Peter's Deliverance."
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AGE. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1935.


......I.S..S.I.IS.SS.S1SS4.S...I...S..SS.SSS.SS.II [ J .sSSssCISes.ss.......... NOTICE
HONOR ROLL OF STEAMER BRAZOS NEW MOTORCYCLE \I Administrator Stone

TO SUBSCRIBERS
Announces New
:x: SOCIETY : : I. HARRIS SCHOOLCOVERS PORT Program i I Notice is hereby given th&t the
CITY
ARRIVESJN FOR DEPT. (Continued from Page One) U yon do not receive your Annual Election of Directors fpr

observation camp at Clearwater, paper by 6:00: o'clock in the i the Grief Relieved Association

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Fla., before going to the point of afternoon ,11 telephone 51 will be held on Tuesday March
SIX WEEKS' PERIOD THREE OTHER VESSELS COME MACHINE WILL BE USED BY I
'PHONE 752-J I I: i assignment. and a paper will be sent 19th at 7:30 p. m at theT s-

................................................. ENDING FRIDAY, INTO PORT THIS TRAFFIC OFFICER AL. i With all Ahese precautions to your home. A complaint sociation Office, 921 Thomas
strictly adhered to there will be boy is on duty at this office street.
I
;Miss Elizabeth Hammond Weds II I MARCH 8 MORNINGSteamship !I BERTO CAMERO I no chance for any man being assigned from 6:00: to 7:15 p. m. for the All financial members are requested .

I I I to work in any camp who purpose of delivering com

L. G. Brody This Afternoon I 'I was not designated expressly for plaints. Help us give you 100 to be present.

I I The following is the Honor Roll Brazos, of the Clyde- I Alberto Camero. traffic officer the work and only men who are percent rvieeby tailing) 61 if By order of your President.

of Harris School for a six weeks' Mallory\ Lines, arrived in port 7:30 with the Key West police depart I healthily clean and able to perform you do not receive,The Citizen. GEORGE BAXTER,
The marriage' of Miss Elizabeth The ceremony, performed by I o'clock last night from Galveston, I the duties' will' be F. A. JOHNSON, Secretary.
W. Hammond, of Buffalo, New Rev. E. Jl. 'Evans of the Key I period ending March 8: took on cargo of live turtle, : ment, has received the new motor. received. assigned .S S S S S S S S S S S S....S S S S S SC marll 3tI

York, to L. G. Stephen Brody, of i West Congregational Church took ,I CA-Anna :Mae Reed, Ellie Rae I sponges, sea food in cases miscel- I cycle which city council ordered It is to have two thorities to have theguardsmen I -

New York, was solemnized this place in the spacious, beautifully- Gwynn, Florida Pinder, Adolpho laneous items and sailed 7:30 purchased some time ago. always planned in readiness for the camps arrivals relieved by a force of the state I Subscribe to The CiUen.HOLISBERG'S,

afternoon at 2 o'clock at the win arpointed living room of the I o'clock for New York. I The vehicle is a Harley-David- of others and with this program highway patrol.which will be provided -I

ter home of Julius F. Stone, Jr.,I Stone residence, which had been Lopez.Note( : Glenn Mitchell and Anna Fruiter Oradell, Standard Frrit I son, latest model and with all the carried out in detail there in an adequate number to

in Key West. especially decorated for the occasion Mae Reed should have been on I and Steamship company, arrived 2 I up to the minute equipment and will never be any complaint be- maintain law and order under any
The bride, attired in a beautiful with oleanders, palms and I II I o'clock this morning from Norfolk conditions.
gown of pale pink mousseline' roses. Mrs.\ Evans arranged the, the Honor Roll for period ending took on fuel oil at the Porter Dock I devices for protection against in- cause of crowded conditions nor H
I I for the Natural Incident
de soie with ruffled cape and:. accompanying music, which in.I January 25. 1935.) company, and sailed for Frontera t jury. inadequate provisions
'flounced train, and carrying an:: eluded the Wedding March from CB-Praxides Narcissa, Helen! Mexico. It is guaranteed to be one of comfort of the men in any particular In discussing the actions of the

,. Rore Finder Grace Sanchez.5A veterans Mr.\ Stone said that after i
old-fashioned bouquet, was given Lohengrin. Following the cere- I Steamship Yoro, the same company the strongest and speediest; machines I We have the
I I William Carnes, Raymond At this time details of men who the first "blow off" which al-S largest
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away in marriage by her father, mony a luncheon was held honor arrived 11:45 this morning
and was designed for uso the and finest
have been detached from happens when collection of
bodies
II. K. Hammond. ing the newly-wed pair. Ovide Copelyn Ramsey. from New York took bunkers at I I ways large ;
Miss Louise Hummell, of Ro- Mrs. Brody is a graduate of I 5B-Edwin Reshere, HenryJones the Porter Dock company and also especially by traffic officers.. bridge operating forces are be- of men arrive at a camp, the great I plain and printed SILKS

wayton, Connecticut, bridesmaid the National Park Seminary at Barbara Johnson, Ellen sailel for Frontera. ginning the construction of the majority settled down to work to be found in Key West.

for Miss Hammond, wore a gown Washington. D. C., and also attended Mae Wharton Yvonne White, Tanker Virginia of the Texas SCENES OF FORTJEFFERSON !'l proposed camps. one of which will and it was highly gratifying tot I Consisting ofMallinson's-
I Ruth Thompson. be used as soon as completed for him to learn of the increased
of pale blue mousseline de soio I finishing school at Buf- Oil company. arrived in port 5
B-4A-llenrietta Carey. Catherine TO BE the occupation of 200 more vet- number and size of deposits be-
and also carried a bouquet of falo. Mr. Brody. a member of o'clock this morning. took bunk I Chiffons
flowers. I' the New York Stock Exchange, is : Connors Edna Mae Hoff, ers and sailed for Port Arthur. SHOWN AT MONROE erans who were to arrive at ing made in the bank at Home

Julius F. Stone, Jr., acted a;I.I a graduate of the University of i Mary Ramsey, Vida Thompson. The next ship due for oil at the Clearwater yesterday and after stead by men from the camps.In .

best man for the groom, and the North Carolina. : Charles Sands, Theodora Gibson Porter Dock company will be the There will be a showing of two weeks go to Matecumbe. conclusion Mr. Stone said J I Duplan Printed Silks ,

wedding. a private one, was attended Members of the entire party Julius Napoles, Roy Rogers Eu- Ori'kany' of the Standard company the George Allan Eng'and! Relative To Guard the entire problem is in the hands' I

by Clifford K. Hammond,I have been guests at the Stone residence gene Berkowitz. scheduled to arrive Tues film of Fort Jefferson tonight Asked about the national guard of Mr. Duncan and Mr. Hinch-, Marshall Field BeauMont :

'uncle of the bride, members of since the early part of this 3B-Earl Gwynn, George Jen. day. She is also destined. for Fron at the Monroe Theater. forces now on duty at the camps, man, and while it must neces-

the Stone family and a few inti-- week. Mr. and :Mrs. Brody are ron, Everett Rosam. !Betty: June tera.. *. .. ThU-it being done at' the Mr.\ Stone said that no lack of : sarily be sonte-tinx: before satisfying te' Silks

.mate friends. AU the male members -I leaving for Miami on the afternoon Brown, Madge Mallory. II Iiscipline requirestheir presence .
........................ 'earnest solicitation of a ; results are 'obtained he is'
2A -
-Fatsy Albury, Marguerite
of the wedding party were plane. and from Miami they plan 'jD'number of visitors l who 'sire there but they were on duty to I convinced that in the end the entire -'! C I

attired white linen tropical. . ,l.al motor tour of the south as a de Leon, Anita Mesa, Nell Rose I PERSONAL MENTION interested: in :"the historic olJprison pupplement the totally inadequate plan'will be fruitful and.*ecrgr- banaport Weave
'' Sands Nellie Thrower, Jimmie E. t ''' Ki ft' v
"suits. !I honeymoon trip. ; number of civilian law enforcement "
.. especaIIy since by nized asa great 'sociol? ial ex !. Silks \

,--,-- Singleton. i......................... .presidential I:,proclamation.. !! it officers. I periment. the success, of whicji: 't'J (_\_ ,
2A2-Mary\ Ingraham. Nancy The.'.time of the guards was : \ \\
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Ii has become,e Rational will be fully justified by results
Mrs. Alton Albertqs and two mClu71 l
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Dirdiel Jean Peterson. :
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taken with assisting the vet Chopak Rougb
Casa 'up Crepes
Ann Dinner At tnent. obtained.
Rotary 2R-Billy Ladd Betty Lou Bur- children arrived this morning fora o the film has erans in keeping the camps orderly
I The fame of
visit with relatives and friends. Present at the conference besides

Marina To Be Very Elaborate chell.lAl-Pat Duane, Maxey Houston been broadcast to the four and the keeping groups away of from parasites the Mr. Stone, were Mr.\ IIinch- I: Plain and Moire Taffetas,
corners of the United States camps
I
man, Bernard C. De Witt headof
-- Chas. Pell'cier.1A2 Mrs. Paul Kennedy, who was and with the entertaining description I who are always in evidence in the
i Y'S
the Public Relations Department RECEIVED BY TODA
Edward Strunk president of ;, menu and there will be dancing -Donald Pcarlman.IB spending a while with her mother, and explanation by I vicinity of camps for the purpose

the Key West Rotary Club, has following dinner in the specially -Ruth Evon Roberts, Betty Mrs. Addie Thompson and other Lowell Thomas, is a delightful I of exploiting the men. photographer FERA with and the Earl FERA.Adams and EXPRESS

announced elaborate plans for't decorated grand ballroom of the June CottrelL relatives left yesterday afternoon I entertainment.. It is expected that the guards The Citizen. New Summer Hats including

hotel when an unusual program for Islamorada. The film was secured fromJ. will remain on duty until arrangements the rew Bumper Brim Hats.

the Rotary Ann dinner and dance,: of dance music will be arrangedand CRIMINAL COURTCONCLUDES I S. Dudley, by the FERA. are made with state au- atOthers.....,-,- $5.00

to be held next Thursday eveningat presented by Richard Prin- Mrs. Dave Sholtz and four children and Manager Juan Carbonell PALACEEvelyn in Candy Straws. Bakua.

,, Casa Marina. ;,: cipale director of Casa Marina consented to place it his Shark Skins, Si ols, Etc. In
on
left afternoon for
This dinner-dance. an annual Orchestra. 'WORK yesterday I Loy in 'White and Pastel Shades...,
Jacksonville and from there will program for tonight. .
PRINCE CHARMING .__
] $1.50 to $3.98
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affair is tendered the ladies of No effort is being spared to
I I I to Tallahassee.W. I SHOES---
go
Comedy and Short Reel Children's Easter Dresses
the organization wives of members make the affair one of the most
thiyear's entire winter I (No chow on stage night) sizes from 2 to 16. in Geor-
and their guests and :;:|: outstanding of the Sea Comes To Aid
THREE PLEAS OF GUILTY EN-
latest and Sum- gettes and
i The Spring Taffetas priced
affair is expected to be social season and i is creating a F. Fox probation officer of I Matinee; : '0.5'1; Night:: 15-25c' .
mer Fashions, in the newest from $1.25 to $4.95
more than ordinarily brilliant. I I I stir locally in anticipation of a TERED AT THIS MORNING'S United States court in Southern The Meat Hungry i colors and mhterial.s in all sizes Boys' Easter-Suits. Coat and
Florida who in Key West for ; 'I
There will be a special dinner gorgeous evening.I SESSION was .nd widths for Ladies Misses Shorts Ensemble, 2-piece
a brief visit left yesterday after- I
Children. On
and Monday we made of White Gabardineand
-' - '--- - -- Pork and Beef
noon for Miami. Offset Higher I are reducing Shoe in Linens
ery 3 to 10, priced
Semi-Finals In Tennis MatchAt With Inexpensive Fish I stock. Don't fail to visit our I from __.. $1.98 to $3.98
I After a busy week criminal Which Is PlentifulBy I Shoe Department and get the MONDAY SALE
:Mrs.!\ Raleigh Albury and son I

Casa Marina Courts Today court the March recessed term today having, all been cases disposed for Woodrow left yesterday after Mary Spalding latest Lowest in in Price.Footwear at the 10 dozen Wearwell Sheets

noon for St. Augustine for a visit Ladies' Silk Stockings in Chiffon II I 81x90. regular $1.25, on
of and the jury ordered paid Consultant in Nutrition, I sale, .
_..
,
j $1.00
I with friends and expect to return and Service weights I -
The semi-finals of the reason's|and it is expected that this game I'I by Judge J. Vining Harris. I tomorrow. Massachusetts Public State Health Departmentof Phoenix and Kayser makes, I Crinkle Bed Spread JlCal

tennis matches will be played this.I will be one of the most outstand- Three pleas of guilty were entered I every pair guaranteed special A BIT OF HISTORY loped, all colors regular&

afternoon on the Casa Marina ing of the entire season, fast exciting at this morning's session by I R. The has come to our \ Monday\ at perSPECIAL 79c In the thirteenth century $1.25 value, on sale .... 89c
II. who sea
Givens spendingtwo
courts with the winners scheduledto and fine tennis. Mr.\ Bur John J. Breeze charged with assault weeks in was with relatives rescue following a year of pair ......... .. ... Salvino d'Armiti, of Florence, ; Axminster Rugs regular value
KeyVest -
take part in the finals of to- dick won a match earlier in the on the'person of Joseph Kelly left afternoon for drought and AAA adjustment of I Italy, invented spectacles. The $2.95 on sale ..._.. $2.25

morrow afternoon. I week against Ignacio Carbonell, ; C. A. Legg and Fred Spivey, I home yesterday little "is.. Plenty of fish are in same century. Roger Bacon I. 10 pieces 39c Printed Piques.
the in Miami.
Today's match between Mrs. winner of the FERA season cup. charged with fighting and brawling the storehouses, and 25 pieces Printed Seersucker an Englishman, used glasses for on sale, yard ....,..._,.. 25c
Robert T. Menner\ Robert Cros.1 Much interest is evinced in this on the keys. more are to come silk finish Both I 15 pieces of Printed Dimities
reading. were pioneer
Mr. and Mrs. Nestor Recio left
I I
Mrs. S. S. Durfce and L. B. Bur-:forthcoming game between Messrs. These men are employed with ; from the sea. Monday\ yard hitJC optical scientists. i regular 35c, 4 for ?.,.. $1.00
for
yesterday afternoon few days
dick will decide the winners to Connable and Burdick. as well as the veterans on the key and after a -a Many homemaker BEST BUY OF TIlE Today, thirty million Americans I 10 pieces of Pure .Silk Crepes

play tomorrow against Miss Emily in the other matches and it is exPected -1 pleading guilty were remanded by visit in Miami.\ will look for new SEASON'I wear glasses. Forty mil. on sale, yard ........,.?. .... SOc

Cross and Ignacio Carbonell. I I that tomorrow's attendance the judge until sentence is decided I :- kinds of fish and lions need them. Electric 5 pieces Krinkle Silk Crepes,
more
:Mr.!\ and Mrs William Weaver I
Miss Mary Lou Hitt and Miss at the finals will exceed any pre- upon. fish .ecipes and use MONDAY SPECIALS regular 75c, on sale yd. SOc
: lights moving pictures etc.,
left yesterday afternoon to spend three
Natalie Minnick will play today in i vious one. The case of William Wilkerson. i them two or I Beautiful New Sheer Summer
Kord Lace all colors, for unnatural strain
and than place an
the week-end with relatives rather upon
the women's singles, and the win! The games will begin promptly charged with aggravated assault, times Ladies Dresses yd. .. 69c Dresses, just opened up. on
:: friends in Miami and will return once a week as for- your eyes.Have I wile Monday\ .. ,..., $1.98Children'
ner of this match will tomorrow at 3:30, and as is customary tea was nol prossed. I I Monday.Mrs. Mary.....Idia. merly.Agriculturists 10 inch all shades All Pure < "
meet Mrs. Daniel Bacon.In I I! service will be in progress,on the! tell pork and Silk Flat Crepe yd. 50c them examined by Wash Dresses with
us
Zippers, on sale .... $1.00
the men's tomorrow lawn the Casa Ma1
singles surrounding Mrs. Kirke To continueto 40 inch White Batiste
I II J. F. who beef prices probably will per
there will be a match between L. 1: rina courts during and immediate- Powers was in 1935 due to smaller yard .......... ........ .. .' _. 20c DR. J. A. VALDESOrthogon I SEE WINDOWS FOR OTHER
'I spending few days with her go up
P. Connablc and L. B. Burdick I i ly following the tennis playing. : Talk On NatureMrs. I uncle and a aunt Mr. and Mrs. Roy amounts available and the price of Don't overlook our new Soft'Lite Licensee SPECIALS

I be ordered more, stock of ORGANZA.
_._ _. feed. Lamb will
- Roberts, left yesterday for Miamito 532 Dural Street
Wallace Bryant Kirke has so its price will be maintained or Pique all colors. yd. 25c

Miss Leona Curry Weds William been invited by the young peopleof :Munargo take passage for Nassau on the and Steamship from will go a little higher. Poultry and 40 inch White Waffle' Crepe. ..

I the First Methodist Church to eggs will be somewhat higher on Monday, yard _.. 2Sc
there will leave for the home in
I give a talk on nature at a spe- account of the shortage of feed. Printed Batiste, all colors

11f 1Yere! Thursday EveningThe : cially prepared program to be New York. There is a fair supply of dried Monday. yard .. .....* 25c
{ __ --- and When milk if
beans peas.

a marriage--- of Miss Leona I1. Bernard n Garcia acted as best man given shore at on Rest Sunday Beach afternoon on .the south be- Sebastian ,Cabrera Jr..ileft yesterday used a*,a, supplement beans and| Imported r' yard ..._Dotted_.....-Swiss_.__ 49c per

of Mr. and Mrs. for the groom. ginning at 5:30. aftenopp5fp1 /1. hoilLsi} p as make"faff:protein 'sta'ndbyrwhenjpw'cogts EYELET BATISTE
Curry daughter r
l in Miami.\ have to be considefe ->
of Grinnell t .Miss Curry was attired in a This is the second of a ,series iisecf ) boiled for the, Striped Tub Silk yd. .... 69casketweave.
Frank L. Curry, I4thT1j T f :' I } ') : 'I white rough silk crepe gown with of nature put on by the '' and all colors.
programs per
s'"ana older children
ilrl.1W J:. 1&rriUt. adu'l ,
treet, to William Joseph Almyda, I matching accessories and carried young people of the church out. who fcvwsit stfaineaMri'' s (ipfOr the smaller ,, yard _.__.___ 35c I I
lion of Mr.\ and Mrs. Joseph AL bouquet of pink radiant werooimKe.West4e. .
i a roses. in the open air. with left for,: chnarlh: ll i iJFIsTi :I ? MALLINSON'S SILKS
myda, took place on Thursday eve-',_ The bridesmaid wore a white silk All young people of the city the home friends at Marathon.Mrs. yesterday. Is Ian excellent protein food Now showing a beautiful
ning at 7:30 at St. Mary's\ Star!i ensemble and carried pink tinted desiring to attend this novel program for*growth and repair of muscleand I collection in all the new

of the Sea Catholic Church with rock roses while the matron of can do so by meeting at the who tissue. It is easily digested. \ colors-newest creations.
Father A. L. :Maureau, S. J. oC- i honor, al.so carrying a bouquet of First Methodist Church on Sun Mercedes Fernandez, It gives more iodine than meat. It LADIES' HATS-Favorite

ficiating. I'rock roses, was gowned in peach day afternoon at 5 o'clock. was spending left a while afternoon with relatives for does not supply as much iron I Spring and Summer shapes.;

The ceremony was private, attended silk with accessories to match. The leader for this yesterday as meat or egg yolk so the home. New assortment just re_
only by the immediate 1 Both Mr.\ and Mrs. Almyda are will be Miss Lucille Richardson.program the home in Miami. maker must be sure to buy her I ceived.
and
family of the bride and groom widely known in Key West and dark breads leafy vegetables, BATHING SUITS We
and a few intimate friends. MissFlorence 'I- will now be at home to their Paul Dion and sister' who were dried fruits like peaches apricotsand I are now stocked with the
Cocktail Hour At in West for week left She must also see
Key one
prunes. smartest and most
exciting
Curry sister of the![i many friends at their new homein
yesterday afternoon to join the that her fats are not decreased too beach things you've seen in fJj Ittlax.
S
Raul's
bride bridesmaid Mrs. the Club
was Ray. Lumley Apartments on Sunday fish like salmon, tuna I
family at New Smyrna and will go much. Oily many a day.SHORTS ato
mond Curry matron of honor and Grinnell)) street.Judging will contribute fat, but .
from there to the home in North and herring AND SLACKSThey're -
. . Following the tennis games to- fat should be added to the meal
- - --- --- ---- -- - Adams, Mass. I getting more popular
morrow afternoon at Casa Marina when lean fish is used. every day. Now showing a

Coral Wheel Club Of Yards there will be a general trek to the Charles Filer, who has been Leara To Like FJ nIt assortment in all colors. gay WORLD'S CHAMPION I Iis

Enjoys OutingThe Contest Postponed Cocktail Hour at Raul's Club making his home for the past several may be that more familieswill LADIES' HANDBAGS -

Miramar on the Boulevard.The months in New York returned learn to like fish this year. In Tailored bags' in new colors

hour, heretofore regularlyheld indefinite Kentucky after the drought, Kentuckians just in.,
Coral Wheel Club of Key : The Garden Club here recently for an
of Key West SHIRT
I on Saturday afternoon from stay with his aunt. Mrs. Irene old as well' as young READYTOWEARScores
West last night held another of has announced that the judging: 5 to 7. has been changed to the Johnson on Whitehead street. I learned to like carrofc. for the first 'of new Spring stylesare a shirt exceptional

its delightful informal :I of the time afternoon, I time. The market offers unusual here' in'colorful plaids and
outings, yards contest, scheduled: same on Sunday ,
haddock, value, endorsed and worn by the heavyweight
I of salmon ,cod stripes-neat checks, dots and :
preceded business :1 to take place I this due to the numerous re J. F. :Morris formerly stores
by a meeting yesterday after. n. eij-
I frozen fillets as I printed patterns.
I quests that have been made for pollock halibut, boxing champion of the world who is also a
which took place at the home of noon. has been postponed for sevda.s I ginehouse foreman at Key West, well as fresh fish and kippered her-I JUST RECEIVED Large
Mrs. Harry Prindle on Caroline eral due: to the : the change. II'who was transferred to another ring salt cod and shell fish especially -'I shipment Children's Dotted carefuldresser.. You'll like it, too. Standup soft
illness
street Ralph Gunn who was to have of As is customary, there will bea I. point and Mrs. Morrison arrived oysters, which are an excellent I Swiss, Batiste. and Organdy -collar.ittached, two button cuff, pleated sleeyea -
'
special program of dance music this morning for a visit with of protein iron.and Dresses, special (!
,
Following the about
meeting acted source $1 tailored shirt made of fine
as escort for the three, ; 00 ,carefully well-fitting ,
_
fifteen in progress for the guests while friends.Mr. Monday ......_..._ .
members the club
cycled around the of Boulevard I judges.The cocktails and appetizers will be coooer.Nmwuili J Better Easter Dresses for -,- broadcloth.Jt has to be the champion for the price;

judging will take place theearly served. and Mrs. S. M. Moore arrived ''""'// Children, ,up CQ QCCto
stopping at the beach
one of I, part of this coming week, this morning for a visit oyer I _,.._. .. ,,...... ... .. DO.5/O I r
cabanas for their al fresco the
definite
supper date
i and hour to be Entertains At the week-end with their son-in- W'SPEHOYOUR LADIES' DRESSES
of hamburgers, potato chips announced :I )
in Monday's issue of Made of Flat $ 5
and beer. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Crepe, Swisses 9
I The Citizen. At that time the Informal/ Tea Victor Moffatt at the home on Seersuckers. Etc. A grand
The entire evening; was much three judges WHITE TAN, BAMBOO
: I Mrs. Horace Tuttle, Whitehead street.MONROE variety of Spring Frocks whichare
enjoyed by everyone present I Sr.. Mrs. David Rice and Consul- Mrs. George II. Danforth this VACATION the latest in fashion. GREY BLUE GREEN

I General Carlton B. Hurst will afternoon entertained a numberof d -THESTOREOFFASfflON- It
Dance Tonight At view the yards and make their her guests at. an informal tea THEATER I = THIS YEAR IN :

Bolero Club decisions.. held on the Casa Marina beach.
Joe Penner, Lanny Ros. Jack FLORIDAvtv I
Mrs. Danforth, a guest at the Helen Mack in .
Oakie and 1 '
club is located on Bahama street hotel was assisted by Mrs. Carlton Cit, Leading Ladies' StoreI.

There will be a St. Patrick's between Southard and Fleming. I B. Hurst wife of Consul COLLEGE RHYTHM ,. ycu'HWTH! 'APPELROUTH D. ARONOVITZ
Eve Dance at Club El Bolero tonight Music for Matinee: Balcony lOc; Oixn* I
the affair .
will be I General Hurst, and Mrs. David . .
starting at 9 o'clock. The furnished! by Rudy's Syncopators. Rice. tra. 15-20c; Night. 15-25e IIIIIIIII"\\\\ 618 Duval l Street J








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