The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00457
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Associated Press Day Wire : Key West, Florida, has the

Service. Utb e' latp W- cst ((t iticn most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with *an average 1

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit



State Senator Arthur Gomez EDWARD BRIJCESGIVENHONORS1" ,I GRASS ..FIREONI; \\I E, BLONDIN.WILL ; ii' ;I,Revive Talk Of Organizing Third Party


Gives Views Citing Matter WINTER RESIDENT MADE I TIES AND TELEGRAPH t EY WEST-RESIDENT. DIEDt I i In Political Circles During Year 1936


'Three Man Government'Many \ ,j.fk MORNING r.l11111111.
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.- I OKLAHOMAN BOOSTS Why New Faction May
I Enrique Blondin, 57 years old. W1LLCARRYON CLIMATE
Edward Bruce, winter resident Apparatus from Number 1 fire died 12:30 o'clock this morning in KEY WEST

Queries Reach The VISITING EDITOR here and director of the paintingand station responded 3 o'c:1oek.yester.. his residence at 1117 Packer I I Launch Campaign Dur-

rtreet. Funeral services will beheld I "I have just been comparing
Citizen Pertaining To SHOWN OVER CITY sculpture division of the been U. day afternoon to a telephone calls 5 o'clock this afternoon fromPritchard's i I CONGRESS APPROVES CON. temperature in KeyWot ing Coming Period -
S. Treasury Department, has home
with those In
> in from the railroad and Funeral Home. Rev.,I T1NUATION FOR ANOTHER my
Key West's Proposed named a member of the National Perez of the Cuban mission will,I city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and
I Academy of Design, one of the found a pile of weeds, cross ties officizte. I YEARWASHINGTON han decided that not.only is
Form Of GovernmentMany C. J. KOCHENDERFER SE- oldest and best known art organi- and a telegraph pole on Flagler Survivors are the widow, Mrs. -- Key West the ideal winter By BT As..eiat.d i'res.
I I city hut it is also l a great
CURES DATA TO BE USED IN zations in the country.Mr. : Field burning.To Josefa Blondin and one sister ; WASHINGTON March ll
Miss Maria Louia Blondin. 4 OJ' lusoriaIed. Press. place to spend the summer.
ARTICLE ABOUT KEY WEST \ Bruce was selected in the reach the fire it was necessary I D. "Here, I have learned Talk of a third party in li

queries have reached The field of painting. The academy
to run* 1,500 feet of hose C., March 18.-Con- your temperature never gets while still more or less abu
the fieldsof CARNIVAL SHOWS aboTe 92 in the
draws its members from summer
relative to the proposednew r
Citizen from the hydrant at the corner of I. this morning while in Tulsa I have seen it has taken on a new meaainl
West has beena architec- gress
"Our trip to Key painting, sculpture, approved -

government 'setup in Key l most delightful and entertaining *I I ture and etching. I Eaton and Francis street. I LEAVE ON SUNDAY the continuation soar and occasionally up to 110 many 112._ times Here view of recent devel pments|

West. In order to inform its read. I experience and we have tn- This winter, the newly named After about two hours work by I of the FERA for there is always a breeze, aad Washington.

ers as to the attitude of,, a legal joyed every minute of our stay," member ,of the academy has tak- :the pump crew the fire was ex another The there just simply heat. I Politicians and political
r said G. J. Kochenderfer, editor of en a great deal of.interest in the I HEFFNER-VINSON CO. ALSO, year. relief think we will spend our sum

mind regarding the proposed form The News-Journal, of Mansfield, art project being carried on herein tinct. I administration has user in Key West.** alJ.ta point to evral tl
connection with hte Florida So spoke Dr. Charles M.
of government. State Senator Arthur I Ohio who with Mrs. Kochender- Relief Administra I a debt of $28,000,000 which they believe is indicate
Emergency NATURE PROGRAM OVER HIGHWAY Furrows> preminent oil man

V Gomez was asked to give his fer, visited Key West last week. tion's rehabilitation program in I hanging over its head, ef Oklahoma, who with Mrs. eke tread in. this(direction.. '

Shortly after arriving in the Key West. Furrows, in Key West
I I the having been was they are quick to say it i is
views. Mr. Bruce made AT REST BEACHMRS. I last week and
city the Kochenderfers called at I many suggestions : Krause's Carnival which rhow-! 'I enjoyed a wonderful '
which were carried out in borrowed from the Public visit of Mr. improbable thei oppositioi*
as guests
Complying with the requett the The Citizen: office for a talk with i rl red here for five dzys last week ,
the West Art Gal.I l and Julian at
planning Key I Mrs. Langner Roosevelt!
'. the publisher. Mr. Kochenderfer for benefit of the volunteer fire I Works administration. President wi'l bel
and has taken a personal interest the home 529 Caroline street.
senator said: j lery W. B. KIRKE GIVES department. left yesterday over ,
expressed a wish to see some of in all the art work in Key They left for Tampa Satur formidable enough to ends
"There is much speculation regarding the city, with. some one who was the highway for Pshokee and from -
I I there will go to the west coast of The FERA is now his leadership! or chances for
familiar with and would be inter I
Both Mr. and Mrs. Furrowswere
the matter of future legislation
ested in giving data for zn articleon I the state. marking time awaitingthe delighted with the climate election, should the economic

While been statement I
there has
affecting the city of Key Key West which he will pub- and the opportunities uation
allocation worse anythinghappen.
made as to the revenue coming of fundsto grow m
lish in his
paper. for relaxation' ,
West and the county of Monroe. When Mr. Kochenderfer said Tkc second of series of to the fire department, it is its .
AND WIFE ARRIVE a nature understood that the carnival was' carry on work. periods of social activity,

The suggested "Three Man Government" -| he was a Rotarian, W. L. Bates'i: programs was given yesterday -' Successful from a monetary standpoint found in Key West, and are They point to the fof'
the Key West member I afternoon at 5 o'clock on certain they will return for

idea appearing in the! I unbroken record for attendance Rest Beach by the young people and the membership will receive JOAQUIN BARROSO the summer.CONDONS. sign posts: ,:
was asked to entertain the visi-I COME HERE FOR VISIT WITH i jof the First Methodist Church of amounts comparable
press has not, to my knowledge tors. Within few minutes Mr. I tho"e of former years. I The incessant hanimj
a West. 1161111
Key Yesterday's "
MR. Heffner-Vinson .
taken definite chape nor has the! Bates was at the office and the in charge of Miss Lucille which was here for weeks,1 I : the administration by Hul)
!I party was off for a sightseeing MOFFATT Richardson. i :
closed: Thursday end departed yes- ARRIVE
idea been submitted tome. except 'trip. Mrs. Wallace Bryant Kirke, I The new insurgent movr\
i terday, also going over the highway
At the ftation before leaving ,
jurt guest speaker of the afternoon FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEHELD
In a general way. There are many to Miami. the house promoted: by, p\\
the visitors said that, throughthe Captain John I. Moore, aviation was introduced and gave an inspiring -' ---- HERE FOR VISIT

angles to such a novel thought and I I courtesy of Mr. Bates, they corps, U. S. A., and Mrs.\ Moore\ addres.'i.which. proved! interesting -I FINED PRICE OF SHAVE II' TOMORROW AFTERNOON dives from the northwest.

had enjoyed a wonderfully pleas. came in over the highway yesterday instructive and enjoy- _
the whole thing may result in a ant and instructive afternoon and J: ._.. .... .
able her "
afternoon? for a visit with Mr. to audience. -. ? ._, ; ROCKLAND, lfe.-.Th acting : : ? 4&\.
legal"impossibility ven' If tonsidT;I Mr.-Kochenderfer said he had sufficient Moore's brother-in-law and siter,( These "nature programs will judge's beard looked rather rough.FO .i' :! sives in the senate over the

data for an interesting Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moffatt at continue for some weeks, and will Frank A. Tirrell, attorney, of i{ Joaquin Barroso, 83 old.1 NOW GUESTS AT CO. i iI
red advisable. I I article covering his experience in the home on Whitehead street. all be held in the open air by this city, told him so. He was fin- years I test to unseat Bronson Cutting

Key West. I This is Mrs. Moore's first visit I the young people of the church. I! ed 20 cents, the price of a shave. died 7:30 o'clock last night at the LONIAL HOTELJ. I
i h New Mexico
it which
"For many years past : they beli\\
residence, 422 Bchania: street.I
'to Key West but Captain Moore i
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that our people have been burdened :ICELESTINO PEREZ I I.555:> here seven years ago on a visitto Funeral services will be held to- has administration support.McCarlSwanson .

with too governing his father, S. M. Moore, yard- morrow afternoon 5 o'clock from, B. Condon of Chicago: and

many I master at the railroad, who was ill Mrs. Condon, are visitors in Key Feud
TODAY'S WEATHERTemperature )
the Funeral Home
bodies and courts. We have the;DIES THISMORN1NG I at the time. l 1 Lopez chapel West and are guests at the Hotel t I President Roosevelt's decisioi
Rev. A. L. Maureau. S. J., of St.
county commissioners, the school Mr. Moore arrived this morning Colonial expecting to remain for of
I Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic eeveral to support Secretary Swanson
is days.Some
board, the city council and the I from Marathon where he now *
the crate n rtheast and east wind: ,' church. will officiate. j months ago Mr. and Mrs. the in his squabble with
BEt making his home, and joined navy
board of public works, each exorcising I FUNERAL SERVICES WILL the Moffstt home. lighe't ..... ...... ..............._..._81l.owest I lossibly fieih at times. j Harry Rice of Chicago, son-in-
family party at The deceased artist of
seperite governmental func CONDUCTED TillS .........._..............._....._C8 jI I j was tn law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Comptroller Beneral MbCarl over

tions. We have the Circuit Couit, Mean. .......................-...............J74 exceptional ability, it is said, and Condon were in Key West and traveling expenses of dependent

tho Criminal Court of Record, the I AFTERNOONCelestino I MANY ARRIVE ON Norms 1 Mean .._..._.__._.. 73 iI I many of hi) paintings have been' were BO delighted with the visit of naval officers ordered home

County Judge's Court, the Ju I Rainfall on exhibition in Key West and they prevailed upon' the Condons :
I for retirement is the most recent
to make the trip.
Court, three Justice of the TRAIN YESTERDAYLARGE ferterday'a Precipitation .0 Ins. Cuba.
t Perez, 73 years ago; I\i 4 However this is not the first
Normal Precipitation .... .05 Ins.'late Mr. Barroso is survived by one cause of discord.
Peace Courts and the City Court, died :20 o'clock this morning in time they have been in Key West,
rrmrd ro rrn 24-lnntr period daughter, Mrs. Elaine McCoy, now
each exercising judicial powers.venue I his home in the rear of C14 White-,'' railing at S oVIwrk ttttm ....r.I.". : I of Charleston. S. C.. who will arrive Mr. Condon told The Citizen. MeGan is a protege of Senator

Population Decreases head street. Funeral will be held CROWDS CONTINUETO Tomorrow's Almanac ,( ..41t tomorrow; two sons, Joaquinand When the railroad. lines stopped Norris of Nebraska, leader of the
"Regardless of the causes the I this afternoon 5 o'clock from the COME IN ON EX. Sun rises ......_..._? ... 6:32 a., m. S t Alfredo; 10 grandchildren: at Knights Key and the rest of progressives in the, tenate Norris -

population has decreased over a residence. Sun sets .................._.. 6:38 p. in. and two great-grandchildren. the trip was made by boat, they 1 already has come to bat for

period of years from twenty-fivel Lopez Funeral Home will be in CURSIONS Moon rises ..... ._. .... 6:22 p. m. t were in Key West. to even
thousand to thirteen thousand;I' charge of arrangements.The Moon sets .......*._..... 5:58: a. m. Mostly Cloudy It was at that time that Mr*. I McCarl and is prepared go

our manufacturing industries have I| deceased is survived by two 7 'S;' ;1' Tomorrow's Tides Florida: Mostly cloudy tonightand REXFORD TUGWELLARRIVESJN Condon said she would like to further for him. The amount of

disappeared; the Naval Station I daughters. Maria Teresa and Pura Sunday excursions to Key Westfctill I Tuesday; probably occasional make her home on this delightful money involved in the Swanson-
closed down the fishing and Perez and one son, Antonio Perez. A.M.\ P.M. I island. and she; is about to have but
industries; are less than I hold an attraction for people high .................. 9:30 9:58! light rain Tuesday in extreme CITY"BRAIN her desires fulfilled, if they can t MeCarl feud is Insignificant
sponging progressives
what from all parts of the country. Low .............-.-.. 3:16 3-26 north portion; little change in comfortable, small residence i Norris and 'other
one half of they once were; VISITORS LEAVE This e'videneed'bv the number of temperature I secure a contend the comptroller generalis

taxation is higher than ever before I visitors who come here each Sun. Barometer at 8 a. m. today: I Jaekronviilc to Florida Straits at a reasonable price. t. an agent of congress whose
and recently we declared Sea level 30.17. TRUSTER" TO SPEND --:- the
ourselves'j Moderate to fresh northeast or function it is to "check"on

unable to carry on and | ENROUTE NORTH day.For 1 east winds and overcast ; of the executive
the four Sundays the partly STONE'SWINTER ROOM MOTHERS expenditures
emergency existed. I Iu train has brought an appreciable T.mvpst__..___ u.Hii'hfMsl....__:_ 'I weather tonight, Tuesday over-; 1 I[ branches of the government
"When Governor Sholtz accepted 1 Station- Last Night Yesterday' of the
number all of whom expressed cast. ,: RESIDENCE I They fear a breakdown
the resignation of all city and __ .1 Abilene ........_._ 52 54 East Gulf: Moderate northeast t whole accounting system If Mc
; 31 Ir. anti Mrs.V.. I. Percy of themselves as being delightedwith HOLDJEETING
county officials and assumed rehabilitate the-; Rutherford. N. J., who were visit-I the visit and the attractions Atlanta ............ 38 60 and east winds.WEATHER. i -- I t Carl is not sustainedThese ..

gigantic responsibility to ing Mr. Percy's brother-in-law offered. Boston ... .......... 20 66 Rexford Tugwell assistant! ; are instances that con-
Key West and Monroe county ;, j I restless and. i.I is
took new life and sister. Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. F. t| Four Sundays past there were Buffalo ......_.?. 20 34 CONDITIONS to the secretary of the Depart ENJOYABLE SESSION HELD glees is becoming .
immediately on behind the administration
we Leach 613 Eaton street, 460 arrivals. The next Sunday ment of Agriculture and one of' I not no unitedly
and are now on the way towards were I Charleston ..._ 54 76 Pressure li high this morning: ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON in the last session.
I often alluded 1- as
leaving for 486 came.,. Sunday March 10, the "brain trust" group :
pasrenjjers Saturday i
recovery and unlimited expansion I Chicago ......_._ 26 34 over the country cast of the Mississippi Roosevelt Admin. : It is in such an atmosphere talk
Savannah en route to New York there were 521 arrivals and yesterday to in the I
as a tourist center. This magic of,; where :Mr. Percy holds the position i.I '470. Denver ..__......? 30 50 River with the crest over istration, arrived here yesterday I I of a third party usually flourishes.
and conditions -; New York end New I
public affairs under generally ; of superintendent of the Detroit ............_ 24 34 I Pennsylvania by plane to spend several days atj Republicans WaUhing
were brought about Ocean Steamship Co. I I Galveston ..._... 56 64 York City, 30".f inches and a disturbance -:i the winter residence of Julius. I The republicans have assumedan
1 1I hi and
individual.Makes of moderate An enjoyable business social -
the direction of one CUBA BRINGS IN intensity
I I They were highly: pleased with Havana ........_ 68 I Stone. Jr. !I I of the Room Rep- attitude of watchful waiting.
Comparison"Compare Saskatchewan meeting
central Willis-
in :
of I I their visit to Key West) and had Huron _......_ 38 50 : Dr. Tugwell is making a study West;They are doing everything they
short period ton Dak. 29.64 inches, with resentatives of the Key
the N. .
been directing : planned to remain for a longer I'I i 103 PASSENGERS Jacksonville .._ 60 82 low :' of the rehabilitation work here, ; Junior-Senior High School was{I can to hinder ,the administration
has extending southward
time the governor stay but :Mr. Percy was called to Kansas City 38 50 pressure and also plans to see at first hand I without being openly charged of
with the past i I held Friday afternoon 3 o'clockat 1
public affairs over the Plateau region and southern I
Savannah 1 by reason of the dock' KEY WEST .....68 81 many of the proposed projects be-I obstruction tactics.G. .
of four separate f Mountain the home of Mrs. Guilreymo
twenty-five years ;i fire in that city on March 15, Little Rock ._ 42 52 Rocky states. ing planned in the movement. O..P. leaders admit privatelytheir
bodies and eight separate Cuba arrived from I Much colder weather has taken I Russell on White street.
governing Steamship
when one of the steamers of his I Los Angeles ...... 50 66 of strategy is to lie low and
adversity one with north and middle I Mrs. Paul Herrick chairman
courts when Havana afternoon place in the
line suffered some damage. Saturday Louisville ...... 32 44 wait for a break. Continued asMults -
visited then it ; first and five I Atlantic states, the Carolinas and PRISONER TAKEN I Room Representatives, presided
after another, us 180 class
that ; They hope to return again next passengers Miami .............._, 64 78 I After all business on the administration by
must be obvious to anyone : I fecond class for Key West; 12 upper Ohio valley where temperatures at the meeting. '
winter. Minneapolis ..._. 30 36 the radicals, such as Long. and
the old system should be discouraged -I !! first class and six second class for 'are 26 to 30 degrees lower:i was taken care of, *n enjoy
New Orleans ... 54 64 I TOMIAMISUNDAYj failure of recovery policies may.
and the policies continued '103 rincc yesterday morning. On the able social meeting was held.
present Tampa. Of the
passengers New York ..... .._ 26 64 in their estimation, lead to a
to enjoyour UNIT 39 other hand reaction to much I Delicious refreshments were ser
if we ever hope HOSPITALITY were aliens. a
[ Pensacola ... 54 66 three-cornerej contest in
natural inheritances."I The ship sailed 6:30 o'clock for .m. warmer weather has taken placein .
Pittsburgh 26 44 I ved.Those similar to ,that jn 1912. with the
have indicated to Governor Tampa with 23 passengers and the upper Mississippi and Missouri j Andy Anderson, who was being; present were: MVs. Jeff .
i TO MEET TONIGHT St. Louis ._ 34 46 demkrau on. the losing end this
Sholtx and Julius F. Stone, Jr.,i I II I freight. valleys and central Plain"i! held in Monroe county jail for:; Knight. Mrs. Enrique Henriquez.
Salt Lake 40 54
of the City states 'thermal! values Dade authorities left yesterday Mrs. G. W. Gothic. Mm. Gerald time.There
that I, as a representative Steamship Alamo, of the Clyde. where : are I, county im-
56 I I hare been rumors,
San Francisco 46
people of Monroe County, look to I I I Mallory Lines, arrived 9:45 o'clock sonal greatly in excess of the sea- i i afternoon for Miami inI, Adam Mrs. Wm. P. Kemp. Mrs. .
that ta.Louisiana
Seattle ..__ __ 38 50 possible of verification
them with admiration and appre-', There will be a meeting of the yesterday morning and after dis- f-oral average. Generally Iormal! I, custody of Constable Charles' Dil- : H. S. Dexter, Mr*. Mervin L. "
and Cover
62 "kingfish"
ciation for what they have done : Key West Hospitality League held crarging heavy freight at Key Tampa conditions prevail throughout the lon. I 1 Russell. Mrs. Paul Herrick and
.. chief
32 68 Olson farmer-labor e.
for us, and if and 'When legislation at the Hospitality House tonight. West, sailed for Tampa. remainder;the country. : Information was received in ; Mrs. Gnilreymo RusselL nor
WillUton ..._ 30 50 ecutive of Minnesota, have been
by them is presented to me beginning at 8 o'clock. : Steamer Oriskany of the Stand Except for light showers in the Key West some time ago that Anderson -t

which will further their able direction i Owing to the illness of the sec-'! ard Fruit and Steamship company, WEATHER FORECAST Carolinas. on the middle Gulf r was wanted in Miami and TO RID MARKET OF RATS discussing the third party idea

and supervision of our affairs -j retary, no cards were sent out it is due in Key West tomorrow from coast Arkansas and Oregon, the I! he 'was apprehended by Captain I Gossip' Is to the effect these two. -

I shall be more than readyto : was Hated and as there will be New York consigned to the Porter (Till 8 p. m.. Tuesday) weather has been fair during the o.f Police Everett Rivas and plac-I I HOUSTON. Texas.-R. J. Harris would set themselves up as centers

cooperate to that end, always'matters of much importance com- Dock Company. The ship will Key West and Vicinity: Mostly S last 24 hours. ] ed in the county jail pending the Is the "pied piper" of this city. around whom could M combined -

of course, with the consent and ing before the meeting, a full attendance take on a supply of fuel oil and cloudy tonight and Tuesday; lit.. S. M. GOLDSMITH arrival of an officer from Dadecounty. (He has undertaken to rid the city- I all the dissatisfied element*

approval of the people." I is requested. sail for Frontera Mexico. tie change in temperature mod. Temporary in Charge.: l market, of.rati for 940. a month. into a new party in 1938.


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(QUje Ittp aitst C tt t: PROPOSED WELFARE LEGISLATION ....eeee..e.9.......S.050...1...........e... .. .' t sufficient to more than cover the;the birth of a girl at the home on)

I loan. The matter was laid over for Eliza street. The little one weighed -
PublUhed Daily Uicept Sunday By At Thursday's Rotary meeting, Mayor Leave It To Public Opinion KEY WEST IN future consideration.Miss 11 pounds.. Mrs. Perez was before
laULISMINC! CO. INC.L. I marriage Miss Mary Varela.
TUB CITUVS. P, .A TlAX. tr"ldr.<. Malone spoke of the contemplated welfare ......e.e..e.se..%eS ;es.*.....eseeeeee........... DAYS GONE BY i Nellie Louise Russell)) entertained -

From' The Citizen Building legislation for Florida. These proposed Editor &: Publisher has an: "Assuming for the akftof argument Happenings Her. Just 10 Yean: a number of friends yesterday The delayed kipment of fireworks -

Corner Green. and AnA Streets changes will be recommended to the legis- article in its last issue that is of'!' that the charges *fie Ago T.xiay As Taken From evening at the home on for the Firenjen'a Carnival Beach
i Georgia street in celebration of now being held at South
interest to many readers of The I Ii-I The Files Of The Citizen
only Dally Newspaper In KeyVe t end Monroe lature by the Florida Commission on So Citizen. It is by Marlen Pew, the ami Beach Tribune has her birthday anniversary. Etta "jll} arrive in a few days it is said.

County.Entered cial Legislation, and contain the following editor, who always vigorously I have been alarmist .. Cato was winner of the prize for I As soon as they arrive announcement : -
at Key: Weat. Florida. as second claaa matter important provisions: fends the freedom of the de-t 1 mistaken even deliberately false, Gulf Stream Boulevard end I girl in a guessing contest and will be made and the public
will be invited to see this great
F1FTV-SIZTH YEAH but who holds uo brief for unscrupulous it seems to me that the Mayor t Gulfside Boulevard are only two Anthony Thompson won the prize
1. A transfer of the direct relief irresponsible and scurrilous of many names which have been for boys. display.
Me."r .f the AMhe Ia.t. Preu ought to be sensitive to tb? I
of the Florida Emer- newspapers. suggested for the driveway whichis BENJAMIN LOPEZ
. txclusivelr entitled to use.r program
Frema Editorial Comment
The bootlegger
.. credited tIt .. such confederate of the spirit of a Dl'l, to be constructed with some of : -
rcpubiicatlon of all new diapatchea Relief Administration to the Mr. Pew says to meet pa-I { FUNERAL HOME
or not otherwise credited' In this paper and else gency pens, the better Way is through form crusade and tolerant of ,the funds! which were voted on in j'I is fortunate in some ways
published here.'NATIONAL. for besides the he makes 49 Yw
the local news State Board of Social Security. election or"last week. money Established ,
libel laws await the when i the bond
or day good citizenship that is at least I
i he gets to meet so many prominent Key: WMI'A OU*t
2. A division State such journalists stab themselveswith implied) He is the Both of these names are well chosen -I
the wise
EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) of into kindly, I people. 24119., \L.1aac. S.etle.
their own daggers. There are first citizen and as such might be : but the essential thing. is to hit
JJ administrative districts, controlled by I --- I UC..M Lrh.lraPlea.
1935 objections to his suggestions as expected to overlook technical on some short and simple name
<::/r Mr. and Mrs. E. Perez announce 135 NlaM .....Wi.4Vlllllllldl.lI.l'I.lI.I
district boards representing each which would be easily remembered
decent newspaper men have often faults hasty and mistaken judg- i I
. SUBSCRIPTION. .., HATES -J1000 county would administer the programin pointed out. As a rule scurrilous ments, even bad errors. if the purpose -i and at the same time be suitable. 1--- .. .
e I Citizen welcome addition
Iii Months 60S each district. Members would be newspaper ir*>n ire so steeped in of the crusade were to awake The will any
area Month Z.6U debt that it is useless to sue them citizens to their insecurity due to to the list already turned in. |
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>n Month appointed by the Governor. I
wait until stab them-
and to
Weekly ..iS they police corruption and the protection :
3. A juvenile court system selves with their own daggers is I of vicious social parasites. If The organization committee of

Made... known ADVERTISING on application. RATES operating on a district plan which will not practicable because of the these conditions are real in Miami the Key West Realty Board met l Better.light-Better Sight
arECIAL ROTICK toughness of their hides. Public I Beach, Mayor Sewell should thank I this afternoon in the office of
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of extend the benefits of the juvenile opinion remains the strongest any newspaper for bringing out Johnson nad Johnson for the for-
'pect. will be for .
rbltuary: notices etc. charged ate I,
rate of 10 cents a line. court method in the treatment of chil- weapon.Mr. the facts. The city would lot I Ii mulation of bylaws to be presented -
tions for entertainments by churches from which Pew's article follows for consideration at the meeting

: suffer unbearable disgrace for the :
Revenue u to be derived are 5 cents a line. dren to all parts of the State. i I' dow.n'
!ha Citizen Is an open forum and invites discus- "A telegram from the lIon. E. grafting cop and deceitful civil of the board to be held] in the
lit of pcblia !Issues and subjects of local or general 4. A broadening of the dutiesof G. Sewell. Mayor of Miami. Fla., officer, in league with prostitutesand chamber of commerce rooms to- 25c
treat I 'hL but .It Will not publish anonymous communl- the State Board to include study asks: 'Will you kindly advise me gamblers have been exposedin I. night. The committee is composedof And .
to what: limits, in your judgment; many American communities by i Shirley Bott, V. A. Johnson. per monthInstalls
work service
case for children an unscrupulous and irresponsible public service newspapers. The : Arthur M.\ Brown. W. D. Byrd and ,

MPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST and adults preliminary to their com- newspaper should be allowed to go disgrace lies in suppressing the Sam Harris. All licensed real estate complete pith dupex{
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN mitment to public institutions, and under the guise of freedom of the news of such conditions where dealers are invited to be a
press in slandering upright and they exist. present as matters of importance cutlet and 60 watt lull thefamous
service for
follow-up and these
care worthy private citizens of high "I have no brief for any. unscrupulous other than the by laws, will be
persons during the period of their institutional character faithful public officials and irresponsible news discussed.At PIN-IT-UP. LAMP.IT .

1. Water and Sewerage. confinement, and after and judges of unimpeachable integrity paper. I know full well that newspapers I

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- they have returned to their homes. before being brought to a of that description exist. a meeting of the executive CAN BE PINNED. UP'ANYWHERE25c
land. halt by the court? Or. is it betterto But I think the way to reach them committee of the Oversea Highway -
The proposed new legislation will use a shotgun?' for immediate results, is through Association held Monday
3. Free 'Port. f provide that the State Board of Social "The inquiry was apropos of the libel laws. One .can also! always night it was decided to ask federal -AUo- r .
arrest in contempt of court proceedings content himself with the justifiable aid in the construction of the
4. Hotels and Apartments. Security may act as the federal agent in of the publisher and editor belief that sooner or later bridges over the water gaps on the down'

5. Bathing Pavilion. the disbursement of federal funds, and of the Miami Beach Tribune. such journalism stabs itself -with highway which is to be constructed sAnd .

6. Airports-Land and Sea. make rules and regulations to conform I learn from press despatches that its own daggers. I have no reasonto from Key West to the main- .
Mayor Sewell is also proposing to believe that the Tribune _merits land. It was decided to have as month
7. Consolidation of County and City with federal requirements.A sue the newspaper for Jibe! The the Mayor's castigation. Indeed 1 1 many members as possible attend per

Governments.THE division of the State into ad- Miami Beach Tribune seems to have only good will for Mayor Se the meeting oC the Atlantic: Coastal -
ministrative districts will be recommendedand have kicked up a lively rumpus well]), the editors of the Tribune Highway Association to be heldin Installs complete the wonderful
with charges of maladministration and all others concerned. From Jacksonville April 1C and 17,
these districts will be governed by political protection of vice this distance it would seem that when the delegation will presentthe ; READY LIGHT UNIT. S

KEY WEST CITIZEN district welfare boards made up of rep- and gambling and corruption in persons living in the glories of the matter of building the road to
the police department. I know Florida winter climate amid sun- the mainland to that body rr.-l' ?sk
resentatives from each county in order none of the parties, and have only shine and flowers, might manageto their cooperation with the local t See any of our employees regarding{ these

WILL always seek the truth and print it that the State Board may actually carry hearsay evidence in reference to get along happily. It is a disagreeable organization. lamps, or see them on display at qur displayroom.
without fear and without favor; never be out their responsibilities. It is proposed to the charges but perhaps can answer thought that such a \
work out distribution the Mayor's inquiry in general scene is marred by talk of protected Charles S. Baxter, vice president .
a satisfactory of the
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; terms. vice crime and graft, ugly of the Key Largo Club Properties -
always fight for progress; never be the or- costs among the federal, state and local "In deciding the famous Minne- revenges, summary contempt proceedings is due in Key West today ina I

gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, governments with the major part, of sota 'press gag' case the U. S. Su- jailings and -even pro- special car attached to the excursion fc
course, coming from federal and state preme Court, in an opinion read posed resort to hateful bloodshed. train which is due in Key I This Special Offer
faction class do its utmost
for the
or ; West 3 o'clock. Mr. Baxter will
by Mr. Chief Justice Hughes up- We ]like to think of the 'tropical at
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or funds. A minimum contribution from all held the right of an editor even to capital' of the land as a firm meet this afternoon with a num- \

injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; counties is planned.Recommendations. go wrong his responsibility under pedestal of, sweetness and light." ber of Key Westers to discuss i sev-I LimitedtoAprillCET
established libel laws being im eral propositions.At .
commend good done by individual or organ I for changes in the plicit. The Ohio Court of Ap- I........................I

ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and : juvenile court law provide for the settingup peah, in scathing terms!, reversedthe Horoscope I the regular meeting of the I YOUR LAMP TODAY 5iW

opinions; print only news that will elevate of juvenile court districts conforming action of a local judge who :Today's city council last night Robert. e, ..%<
I bail. jailed the editors of the Cleveland -" .o. ...... ..o......, Spottswood l addressed the members W
and not contaminate to the district for the administration
the reader system -
; never com relative to loan I
Press for alleged contemptof .securing a
promise with principle.! of relief. At the present time not court, the complaint being that ready You to have make an expressive friendships nature.but from the city to complete the ,: The West Electric Co. .

more than half of the counties maintain they had unjustly criticized the these should be entered into very work on the Country Club bui' judge's decision in reference to a You should be careful ing. The amount asked was $200:=
juvenile courts. Under the proposed plan, cautiously.
The administration has pending a gambling case, which was! obviously of associations, and heedful of and assurance was given that r
juvenile court judges would travel within and state funds now due to the club are I 'jrjrjr\
policy of spending. against public: policy your walk in life. There will be \$ .I'II.lI.8'. .I'.I'I.I jr
the district and would be responsible for law. One could cite many other many ups anti downs, some of ---- -.

all delinquency cases within the district. instances wherein the courts have which may be serious. rI

Few sellers point out the defects in The section of the proposed law upheld Contempt the citations principle that of free are press.calculated : Subscribe to The Citizen. I I I ...................rlllllllllll.A................ ....q..p11.Sf.ISf1S .flflf....f 1S
the commodity they offer for sale. broadening the duties of the State Boardin to stifle a newspaper cru- 1

relation to the care of persons commjt- sade are usually reversed in higher f" I :
courts That may or may not be CASA MARINA
Advertising in The Citizen is ted to institutions will result in consider ,
way the situation in Florida.
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to boost the gross and help get a profit in able saving as compared with the present I' Mayor\ Sewell's alternate suggestion Key: American Wed' Plan I
1935. system, and will provide better care for used that to shut the off shotgun free editorial methodbe I 200 Delightful Room, each Stock Reducing Sale
institutional District boards would
cases. expression has, in my view, little with Private Bath : I
have supervision of institutions for chil- to recommend it. It i is old stuff, Evening Dinner _.___ $2.00 i
If every inhabitant of Key West _....__ 1.50
dren and for the aged Within their dis- long ago outlived. If the :Miami Luncheon
would add to the beauty of the communitythis I, Beach Tribune has libeled upright I Afternoon Tea _'_' .51 -- ON --
tricts. Thus several counties could jointly
year the improvement would be worth unimpeachable, worthy citizens!' or a la Carte '
use one institution and cases within the ant public officials of high char-: Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with :

noting. ,! district could be segregated much more after, the laws of the state both Casino > Royal Poppy Pattern Bake

effectively than at the present time. civil and criminal are available Masseur in Attendance :

Human nature, being what it is, The plan to transfer the supervisionof Justice!'] need can not be shoot gained.the Mayor editor Sewell of- PETER SCHUTT, MCr. I o

can't be altered in a lifetime; so, let's the program of direct relief to the State the Miami Beach Tribune. It wouldbe Serve Ware CasserolsWith .. ri, '

make, up our minds to get along with one Board has the approval of Harry L. HopKins a mistake for him, or'anyone ISLAND

another and pull for the:common good to- Federal Relief: Administrator, similarly aggrieved, to that attempt crude', to 4 FI MUNSON CAMP Cover and Plate '
provided SHING .
fettle a difference by) < i : .. i
gether. the Legislature approves the neces- device. Assassination would not': Operated by R. M. Ellison
Belt Fishing on Coast
revisions in the PublicVelfare Law dt'cide'ht'ther the Tribune'scharges '
sary were true or false: Murder -! Guides and Boats Available : .I
If inflation dollars to provide a simple administrative board Food-Fishing. 7-inch size .
means so many is rnuss '. The assassin would j Sea -
that none of them is any good we. want through which federal funds may be be compelled run the gauntlet j BoatingBathingWrite : :' '** :

mighty little of it. Neither do we want properly expended.For of the criminal courts and perhaps j for Reservation Ramrod Key, Poe ? : '
suffer the dire and ignominiousfate Office. r 8-inch size ::: $-1-5Q.
the information of the citizens of
deflation, with dollars so scarce that nothing of a felon. Fr a wide variety" Accessible by Rail or Auto to

else is worth anything. Key West and Monroe county the above of reasons I am bound to urge the I I Ramrod Boats Meet Key Guests I : ',' ..
outline of the proposed changes in social Mayor of Miami to dismiss from I Camp
Rate $5.00 Per Day- '
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l legislation is presented. They have been American Plan I -
"Gangway fo de Lawd." Richard withhoM I fire. j i Sj
the subject of much discussion and much :
B. Harrison who\ international fame -
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interest throughout the state, and merit .. I
through his interpretation of "de Laxvd" .
the serious consideration of interested
in the play, "The Green Pastures," has &
in the public welfare.
passed on. He was a credit to his race, Your Opportunity SALE PRICE

and worthy of its emulation. ONE BOY'S TRAGEDY TZ

With the abrogation of the Platt Here's the sad story of Henry Breck- Now is the time toh modernize your home and (for both)) i

amendment the United States renounced woldt, 17.Happy. to make such improvements to your property as may _

all rights to intervention in Cuba, and will over the prospect} of getting a- be needful or desirable before costs advance too : i '

interfere neither directly nor indirectly in job his joy faded when his "mother" much. ;

the internal affairs the Cuban people. could not produce a birth certificate. He See us about the .tJ.. S. Government plan on .

Now they cannot ask nqr will they want brooded until somebody told him. she was long term modernization loans. io $1.75 'j

aid from Tio Samuel. his aunt, that his real mother was dead

and that his father had disappeared years Enjoy the benefits while you pay. :

Recent labor troubles among veterans ago.

employed at Matecumbe remind the Or- Hungrily the boy sought details from The First National Bank of Key West i iPho
lando Sentinel that Florida is "the goat"whenever old citizens but his search was without I Contracting & Enpeenig ft i

workers are shipped in from avail. Mental torture followed, un- '
Member of the Federal Reserve :
other states, as on this project. That work, alleviated by all that his aunt could do. e 598 WWe a*.) StrMb .

it contends, belongs to Florida's, un He lost interest in his job, his collection of Member of the federal Deposit Insurance Corp. "Your home is orfty of tfcp b l" :

employed. Certainly it cannot be counted postage stamps and life itself. They found YOUR BANK .

as a Florida unemployment relief project I his body hanging from a bedpost by his I I ................................... ...........,. .......,..............:.
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A RAr10JtQt. ROMANCE: ft.EVA* EVANS, r Plea l. prompt IB paying'

SPORTS tli. carrier woo delivers; your TO GRAVY GOLDSMITH
SYNOPSIS' .roUIt' POHtIaJ "DIos!* gasped an Indrawn voice.A .
cud (*. Montana JtM lay calked taro tk. grislyyaitry ...............
of t*. Dead hoping Jo r,,- stone floor Inches from the head of 15 cent a week tor the pa ..eete* .*.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGravy .

Cd 114.0 Alm, I/Rvrm to death, CG.d..4 to tA. vol.to.cork the Kid. Tb sparks leaped, died per and sells it to JOB for 20 Goldsmith, oh, Gravy Goldsmith,
ibowed him nothing. He had torn
ttltT Iambic Jitas-Silva
matter o/ the vaL'ey. fta* dtilttd a his blade free and struck again, cents. HU profit for elinlf'I I What type of gall is this yarn told with

/p r<*(.h lo prove Kid. that R.. Montana* lockedn a dark room with lrku0 nbscriber. If lie it
peon >S art armed tcitkmackttti Ing. ball was hit over the centerfield- not paid While Hiram made two hundred 'leven?
lit Something fell heavily on the ADMINISTRATION NOTES OF GAMES HE los -
Montana to mutt cr'a head to the street.In ** Not the Citiun.
XUJ the other tree. fit AG.tcortecl floor. Why don't you get into a tussle

removing AI.dOtItG kit only a parment ledge. aiutit a He stood on tiptoe, tbe machete ,1.l1.l1.lIIA With golf's great masters Slicing Russell,
yair of cotton tnort. poised. DEPT. WINS TWO the second game the score I
Slowpoke Eddie Mum Li Plummer
He stood for terrible seconds, waitIng In the first game, D. Garcia was one to one for the first three ,
Chapter M ; and then he heard a queer GAMES SATURDAYDEFEATED and Baker of the Garage crew, frames.! The office boys scored DIAMONDBALLGAMETONIGHT Or Kirschyyhen he's playing bummer

MONTANA'S RUSE groan. were the only two players that I two runs in the fourth and the I Than Berlin Sawyer, Southpaw Willie ?
That all. could hold tbe ball.' The rest of "
was Garage boys blew up in the fifth
When northers make his ball look silly?
pEyovINO: toe short required Behind him Leon was silent at the crew'forgot to wash their and the office boys scored four .

.minutes wad mlautM-an end- last I; GARAGE OUTFITIN hands and had 14 errors marked runs, enough to win the game. Why don't you play 'gainst Cookie Mesa

leas time-hearing himself up on lie went to the vail and fumbled against them: f. Caraballo had The champeen tee-er in Cayo Hueso?

one,elbow sad his knees workingthe its vay gradually ground it. When, DOUBLEHEADER OF DIA- four. He just could not hold that The Garage boys lost enough 'LOPEZ AND ATHLETICS TO Or take on Tim, the great woodchopper
at last b. reached the inside of the
cloth down the anklet, MONDBALL BY SCORES OF pill. chances to score to win the game. START OFF SECOND
,towards Whose ball
door, he beat three great strokes ont jumps up like a grasshopper? .
In the second inning, with two on
hardening his ear BO that sot a with the butt of his machete. I 16-11 AND 7-3 The Administration crew made bases and no outs they failed .to HALF OF SERIES: Or Charlie Ketchum, the mighty clouter,
found could te beard without first The door quivered, opened a little.A I
12 runs in the first three inningson In the fourth with Whose
blasting ray of light struck score. a single yardage's. forty, or thereabout-er? ?
coming to hi! own aenseLBut (By JOVE) five kits
and seven double
errors. and
a they failed to score.
through and almost blinded him.
at last he had the cloth In hla Who is it! Leon! Vidal?" called The Administration: Department Gabriel made a wild throw over In the eighth, a walk and two singles The second half of the diamond- Or that great stylist prim Bob Stowers,

hand. .the voice of the gray-beaded captain. defeated the Garage diamondballten third and gave the office boys they failed to score. : ball league will! start tonight at Whose drive at 2 takes to the showers?

He lay on his left shoulder In his I "El Keed," said Montana. in both games of a double- three run*. : Bayview Park when the Lopez Or ole B'y Atwood, the golfing thoughter,

left hand holding the cloth to the i They Jerked the door wide open. header Saturday evening.In At bat. Demeritt smacked three 'Funeral Home will cross bats with Whose ball ne'er travel where it oughter?:
In his I The sight of him seemed to shock the first game the score- At bat, Baker bit' four singles safely Gabriel, Baker, Barker, the new; club, the Athletics.On .
of right
extent arm. them like a blow. lIe looked down. keeper needed an adding machineand in five times up, and Gabriel hit Sterling, Bailey, Weintraub hit two Wednesday night the Busy Or that :young ginko, Bubber Harris,

hand he kept the machete. And then and saw that he was naked. the totals were 2.1 runs scor- I \three safeties. Mora and S. Coop safely S. Caraballo hit one safely Bees will play the Athletics and Who learned the game at school in Paris?

he waited with eyes closed. "II' ere,** he said to the captain, of ed, 26 hits and 16 errors, divided I er hit two. Delaney ht, three in in each game and was at hat Friday night the eternal rivals Don't stack your dreamland thirty-seven

Ills left arm began to crow numb. fering the weapon. "I'm finished as follows: Garage, 11 runs, 15 five tries. The lea: ..ling run scor only once in each contest. Busy Bees and Lopez will be seen
'Gainst Hi Malone's\ two hundred 'leven;
''It that happened,,kla,plan l WM /lost. with IL"THE hits, 14 errors; Administration 16 ers were: Manucy and Bailey, who again.i
for It depended on delicacy of touch. runs, 11 hits and two errors. scored three times each; Demeritt, Bailey accepted seven chances II I iI There will be three umpires in Don't strut and coo like a doughty puffer

No stir of wind; would more that "good" treatment of the friar, The leaders at bat were Baker Barker Rodriguez Gabriel andD. I without\ a miscue. Baker had nine' i iI t I this league. Capote at the plate Because you downed the :World's Worst Duffer;

Juan-Sllva had commendedhim with four hits in five times up; ] Garcia twice each. Weintrauband I chances one error. Hill had six','. Lopez tt first and Gonzalez at sec- Play 'gainst the masters they'll'make
cloth. It to Montana ; you wavy
hanging was .
to the keeping of his guards
Delaney, three safeties in five D. Garcia rival centerfielders chance and no errors. Frohock and third.
aa the main spy-thread on which the consisted in taking him to a long, I And you'll find out to them, you're gravy.
trie?. S. Caraballo one safelyin accepted five chances each. hit a single caught a fly and made i,, Play ball I II
spider keeps her foot for news of low shed where he was promptly his only time at bat. They looked like, big leaguers out a double play on .the play when --- -- -

anything that touches her web. cotton stripped trousers of his robe which and were clad the In universal the In the field, D. Garcia starred there. he threw to second and caught I I will come back and win the rest .............,.........- ..., . ,....,........" .
Feeling was fast leafing his left for the Gar age and Bailey, McKinley the runner off the bag. Stanton iof the games he plays because this
arm. He kept flexing his left hand The) chain garb In was the fitted valley.to his ankles and Weintraub for the Ad. Joe Cates' hit a home run in the Cooper, manager of the Garage j:! will give the boys something to :SUBSCRIBE; FOR THE CI IZENWEEJLY
from time to time. And his
were closed. To attempt to aee eyea In the length of it running up to a ministration. sixth after Manucy singled. The I fays he lost both games but he {!: fight back for. .....e......... see.e..e....,e...e...aase..'eeSe
steel collar that inclosed his neck, Mora and F. CarabaUo\ playing
utter night would only ,make him I I
third and second for the Garage
strike astray when the time came. and as the blacksmith riveted it in .
The cloth pulled slightly In his place he laughed a good deal. boys played with their hands full .
hand. He hesitated perhaps for the "A' bigger neck was never fitted. of grease and made seven errors
Maybe the singing of psalms and between them.
thousandth part of a. second and .
then struck with all his might. A chants has swelled it. brother, buta Score by innings: R. H. E. >. ;' > : .
dropping weight almost pulled the few days In the Valley of the Dead Garage 031 003 010-11 15 14 There : P < .

knife from his hand, but he will make It shrink again." Administration516 about Chesterfield
something a ._ ,
wrenched It free. I Then they took him into the fields. 004 00*-16 11 2 ; .

"Diablo!" a man had gasped. With the wide straw sombrero to Batteries: S. Caraballo, Mora .
lie reached far out and struck at cover his head he was placed in a Baker and Garcia, Castro; Cates ,

the aound.. The machete shorethrough line of laborers. and J. Cooper.
Absently he worked, swaying the
flesh. Summary: Home run: Cates;

harp.And a man screamed, abort and so wIde-bladed far beyond hoe the, and others forging that ahead they I two base hit: Bakestolen; bases: JIu'te'ItHe; tltlna c S especially like 'Q out tteve-c ad little ctttmh 04 tobacco ;u my moidk ;

Baker 2, Garcia, Barker, Manucy.Cates ,
"Vldal!-Garcias! he has seen in began to curse him because the overseers I
shouting, began to drive the : Delaney Demeritt. Bailey: ;
the dark! Vidal!

"Vidal"Vidal'!Is!" said gone-It another was voice.be Then that rest to keep pacemaker.When them up. with this tremendous .i double struck play out::by Frohock Cates to 2 McKinley.by Baker; stet leiM- entirely ailie ttom thefact the tobacco JLoclttt J,i Ij( o'ftflf41t( t at

dropped-" the poor friar understood 11; bases on balls: off Cates 7, off

-My God 1 am killed, Garcias!" that ha was the cause of this torment I Caraballo 2. off Mora 4, off Baker that aJii lot the.
"Hush! Fool-fool-the noise" he slowed his work.He became I 1 ; time of game: 1:45; umpires if A mllJLet ciaatette and < s ved a to nttt vuajtite or Stiw4H g ..

But already under cover of those 10 conscientious In his efforts to i : Castellano and Aria*.
Ydces. Montana. was down from the stay In line that he actually dropped In the second game the Garage '
ahelf. several times behind it. and received ; boys washed the grease off their Ap.J _let OT feovle Jay fie same tliinar . d notice mote and inffte or my ttl Js71Iule :
lie stepped softly away from the as a reward several strokes of the I hand and played a better game.

voices lie lay on the floor stretched long-lashed whip. The final score was 7 to 3. ? t
out flit the machete gripped In his The last of them given with a r j /.
The leader at bat in this game . GSm 6ntokina Clwtet/iel1/ o smoke QeJte'tlieI14.
right hand over his head. certain drawing motion, cut his skin wa Demeritt, with three singles ff
The cool of the floor turned Instantly like a knife and he felt the warm times Each and
in four up. every
running of his blood as soon as the
hot with his body lie was
player of the office gang got a$
sweating all over, and the air was numbness of pain left his flesh. .
hit with the of .. ..
least one exception \ .' ; ..
thicker and staler than ever. lie hada lie was not angered. It always ]. t. .;; ;
frenzied second of thinking( thati teemed to Brother Pascual that the James Cooper.In .
\ would be death by suffocation more pain we endure on earth the the field. Bailey and Cooper ,
merely to remain. In the room. 'nearer we have climbed to heaven.It played a good game for the boys
Then he took hold of himself and was a doctrine which be would with the pencil st'ick behind their 1'
to the mountaineers and Hill and F. Caraballo) +
cast the panic away. .1 not preach simple ears,
That man he had struck throughthe among whom be worked, because for the monkey wrench boys.

skull-that Vidal-he was dead; he felt that after all. they Score by innings: R, H. E. , ::
and another was badly wounded- hare pain enough and need not be Administration100 k : ?
Leon that would be. There remained tormented by'strange doctrines.So 240 000-7 15 2 :3 .-

Gardes.V. Well, It was for Garcias he worked patiently throughthe Garage .. 100 OOJ\ 01Q-3 10 3
that he lay stretched along the floor day with such a gentle and un- Batteries: Lewis and Cooper; *
complaining manner that even the 'tMd4
Mora. Jolly and Castro.
HIS\ mind stretched back to old foul-faced criminals on either aide Summary: Errors; Cooper, Mc "
Perhaps It would be of him began to look on him almost .
Baker "
Kinley, Garcia, F. Caraballo, "
better to die here, mangled with the with kindness. hits 2 'F S \
two base Sterling ,
He marched with the ye'S
strokes and the savage thrusts of a was rest ? '
Bailey, :McKinley Manucy Garcia r '+ g 1f
1 tivv
machete than to go out to face that towards the sleep-house at the close <
of the day There all were taken Baker. Castro; stolen bases:
terrible old man again. All that be
could think of was the stiff hard through a certain ceremony. i Barker, Lewis, Bailey;'struck out:

folds of the dried skin and the voice In the first place-since unclean- 1 by Lewis 2; bases on balls: off
like the sound of a dealt rattle. llneis may breed disease-they were Lewis 3. off Mora 2. off Jolly 1\ .
A wild yell beat through the driven like sheep through a river hits: off Mora 10 in 5 inning*; ( .

room; the echoes of it crowded back pool which soused them to the neck. double play: Lewis to Sterling to ,; '-
from the walls. After that they filed by a pile of tin Cooper; time of same: 1:30; umpires .
"1 am dying! ,1, die! M.ercy In the cups and past a big caldron filled : Arias and J. Garcia.. ',' 1 I (
name of God! Mercy in the name of with a sort of bean soup thick sour ii.r. d ai,; {. i s \- ,f.' 'I
: 11 (" Jill
!" to the nose unspeakable to the palate SENT TO REFORMATORY .
CodHands began to beat on the walL and on top of the cup of beans i .

"Give me light to die by! Give me was dropped a lump of black bread. KANSAS CITY, Mo.-A sentence f :
of IIgbt-lIght.-lIght-! This small ration they had only a
one ray of five years in a women's f ,
short time to eat because the guards '
The voice went up Into a wordless meted out to '
reformatory was !
grew restless and wished to have ,
screeching. It changed to a gasping,
:Mrs. Myrtle Lattimer, of this s
choking sob. the end of the day come at once.
a city. She pleaded $guilty to six ta'
Would! they open the door when Accordingly, the whips began to
before the last mouthful charges of forgery. For two and a
they heard the beating of those snap was .
bands down and then the doors of the half years she had been concealing r-v ":
the body of her dead mother ..Y., .. q. '
But Montana lay still and made sleep-house were opened. / !
every nerve In his body alert for Strange things happened then.For and cashing her I.ension checks. I #

perhaps, under cover of the dying Brother Pascual saw men bolt out
man'a noise that Garcias was stepping of the line and scream that they ? fe "IuY
swiftly here and there through would die then and there sooner !KEY WESTCOLONIAL

tile darkness searching. lie was the than spend one more night in the HOTEL

hugest of the three the most perfect hellhouse.One
ardent example put an end to
In the Center of the Business
Something cold touched the knee this nonsense.
Theater District
of the Kid. lie struck with the full ICofyrigM. ltt\, Harper t arotk r'j| I

weight of his arm. three feet above First CI.-fireproof- / A f
the floor. Tomorrow Pitcual sees Matte.luth .
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:-: CHEVROLETS VISITING IN CITY Anniversaries 1813-Joshua B.: Lippincott,
Mrs. Claude Johnson left yea-' Miss Dorothy Beaver who Philadelphia book publisher, born
/ terday for Miami for a visit with in Miami for a short visit with .I..s..........eaeeeeeeeee in BurlingtQn Co.,.N. J. Died Jan.
Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress
I NEW MODELS NOW ON DIS. Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Holmes, relatives. i parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1452-Amerigo Vespucci the 5, 188C.

'PHONE 752-J prominent in relegio'is circles in returned yesterday.Mr. Italian navigator whose account ,

................................................. PLAY AT MELTZER MOTOR I Florida arrived this morning Jack Cruz who was spending r.r.wmiam; of the New World led to the be..I 1837-Grover Cleveland clerkat
t from Miami Beach and will spend several months with relatives in and Kelly ar\\ lief he was its first discoverer andso 16, Buffalo, N. Y., lawyer
Mayor And Mrs. Malone EntertainAt COMPANY the week in Key West. :Miami returned yesterday. rived yesterday from Miami named after him born. Died I sheriff mayor, governor 22nd

The purpose of their visit is to j short visit as guests of Mr. and' Feb. 22, 1512. and 21th President, born at Caldwell -

Buffet Supper Saturday NightMayor hold a young peoples' institute in' J. F. Morrison enginehouse'Mrs. Milton Curry. I I N. J. Died at Princeton
of exterior Augustine and I
Beauty appearanceand the annex of the First Methodist foreman at St. 'I 1782-John Caldwell Calhoun June 2-1. 1J08.1817Ann:1: .
quality of interior appoint. Church. While here they will be Mrs. Morrison, who were in Key Major William V. Albury Flor- South Carolina statesman! Secre-
and Mrs. William H. Ma- paired to the Habana-Madrid returned ida National in command:
West for two days yes- Guard
I ments have never been more evident guests of Rev. Shuler Peele of I I tary of War, Secretary of State. Held actress,

lone on Saturday night entertained Club.Among those present were Lieu- in any car yet built by Chevrolet Fleming Street Methodist church. terday. of arrived the troops yesterday on duty for on a short the keys visit: U. S. Senator Vice President born in Paris. Died in New York.
number of their guests at a of the the
a one great figures of Aug. 12, 1918.
tenant and Mrs. Robert Kruegar, than in the new 1035 Master Constable Charles Dillon from with his family. '
delightful informal buffet supperat : ARRIVES f first half-century of American
Miss Mary Louise Spottswood De Luxe models MAYG arrived yesterdayfor
now on display at Dade county, constitutional history born at
their home on Division street.i Judge Jefferson B. Browne Mr. the Meltzer\ :Motor Company's I a short visit with friends.and Mrs. Russell wife of Charles II Abbeville S. C Died in Washington BE SURE TO SEE
Cocktails and appetizerswere and Mrs.\ Julian Langner. Mr. and Russell of the customs forces in I
savory left in the afternoon. "Miss
showrooms. WITH BROOKSDeputy I D. C., March 31, 1850. Cherryblossom"MUSICAL
served prior to supper, and: Mrs. George Morgan Arthur Key West who was spending! several -I I
table decorations were appropri-: Morgan, George Morgan, Jr., Mr. Credit for the greater part oft t Mrs.\ Hilary Albury left yester- I weeks in Miami, returned yes ---- I COMEDY

ately and seasonally in the St. and Mrs. Bernard DeWitt, Mrs. this emphasis on appearance and day afternoon for Miami to secure terday. I 1800-Gerard Hallock noted|I 1 High School Auditorium

Patrick motif with green candles Briggs McLemore George M. beauty is ascribed to woman's increasing -' Sheriff Enrique Mayg her car and expects to return New York journalist in the days,, March 22 at 8:30 p. m.l .
on a mirror base and green topping. White Ray Alexander Ralph influence in making the!I arrived this morning from Miami next week. I Raleigh Albury left Saturday I II I when incoming ships were inter-j I
with T. E. Brooks, editor and publisher ! cepted for advance information
on the dainty squares of cake. Gunn. Mrs. Blanche Winslow selection of the automobile according afternoon to join Mrs. Albury !I I
tra- Wheeler Adrian Dornbush to William E. for a few weeks of the Key I Woodrow in St. !'land news about Congress spread 4
Mrs. Malone's parties are Ralph Holler gen- Robert Clark chief deputy I I and son Augustine -'
ditional for gaiety and charm and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ballou Mr. eral sales manager of Chevrolet' West Sunday Star in his custody.Mr. sheriff at Fort Lauderdale, was', for a brief visit. over the country by relays of fast MONROE THEATER

the one on Saturday night was no and Mrs.\ Gerry Curtis Mr. and Motor Company. | Brooks was arrested last an arrival yesterday for a short I I horses born at Pittsfield, Mass. : Joe Penncr I.anny Ross, Jack

exception. All the guests enjoyed Mrs. Russell Johnson Alfredo di- "The mechanical perfection of ,; week in Miami on complaint of the stay with, friends. I Ed. O'Brien. publisher of Died Jan. 4, 18C6._ i II I I Oakie and Helen Mack in
1 Hotel Colonial. with obtaining
a vivacious and lovely evening and Giorgio Crimi and Mrs. Mary Lou the automobile gave women the charged PAR the Pan American Review \l COLLEGE RHYTHM

the entire party, after supper, re- Knowles. confidence in their ability to drive board and lodging at the Airs.\ W. J.-Boeyen .and sonWilliam I in Havana arrived Saturday aft' 1800-Francis Lieber German Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orc......
II hostlery with intent to defraud. liberal who fled persecution New I'
and drive well. said Mr.\ Holler. who '|
Curry Boeyen, were ernoon on the Steamship Cuba tra. IS.ZOc; Night 15-25

"Mechanical features are no longer ........................ spending several months with I and continued his voyage to I York professor of political econo
With- formal a mystery to the majority of i relatives left yesterday afternoon ,
Costars Entertain Tampa at 6:30 o'clock. I - --- --
i feminine motorists. But whether I Today In History to join i Mr. Boeyen at Norfolk -

Dinner Here On Saturday Evening or more not potent mechanical factor features in selling are the a ........................ Va. 4 Rexford Tugwell, assistant!

secretary of agriculture of the '
1718-Lady Mary W. Montagu
ladies remains in doubt.
I Earl Hathaway recently ap
Mr. and Mrs. John Costar on: Yesterday afternoon the same I "Beauty in appearance and then residing in Turkey made pointed deputy sheriff at Mate- United States" arrived yesterday I
I morning b plane. ,Mr. Tugwell
of inoculationfor
first experiment
Saturday evening entertained1 party was entertained at luncheon quality of arpointment trans- cumbe left yesterday afternoon
with an informal dinner party at I on their yacht by Mr. and Mrs. cends every other factor in appeal- i smallpox on her own son- to begin his duties today.. left Washington !late Saturday I

their home honoring MV. and Mrs. W iner, who are leaving today for ing to the feminine buyer. That i inoculation practiced there but r. night by Pan American! plane fo{ -k ,

Charles Weiner, who are visiting| a Caribbean cruise and to visit is why the new 1935 Master DeLuxe not in Europe. Mrs. II. Weiner and daughterMiss Miami and completed.the,,.trip by l' -

Key West on their yacht !rom I several of the islands of the West Chevrolets are offered with] Thelma, who were i in Key regular plane to Key West.

New York City. j Indies, after having spent a delightful rparkling colors fine appearance 17GG-lIist Stamp Act West for five weeks and 'guestsof
Other guests at the dinner included week in Key West. and attractive convenient interiors. passed by Britain: year before, re Mr. and :Mrs. A. Einhorn left Keith Sullivan, of Fort Laud-

Mr. and Mrs. Carl ller-,! Both Mr. and Mrs. Weiner express These cars also have the snap of pealed. yesterday for the home in Brooklyn erdale. brother of Mrs. George

valdi. Miss Mae Hill and Orion, themselves as being more outstanding performances with N. Y. Gomez. and Miss Ezelene Johnson -.
Resell, and at the conclusion of; than pleased with the island city consequent ease of handling be- 1780-Congress resolved to call arrived yesterday for a short I

the dinner the entire party wentto its charm beauty and hospitality caue women are much more mo- ,i in by taxes in one year and burn Mrs. Russell wife of ,Captain visit at the Gomez home on North II
and announced their intention tor-whe today than the : all the continental money and to Beach.
the Key West Counry Club have men wereten Leslie Russell in command of "
Ilabana-Madrid1! here and demand issue $10,000,000 new money redeemable TIle a-oa.e Mcunr 0.Lne CocKkI /
,and later to the II of returning next season years ago they flattery "E" F. N. G., at Mate-
Club for dancing. I! for a lengthy stay. ,performance along with beauty. j in specie within six cumbe. and little daughter left Mr. and iMrs. Sinton D. John
"Chevrolet's 17 1-2 to 1 steer- years.
yesterday afternoon to spend a son and children of Fort Pierce I Don't Decide on Any Car
ratio it to turn
ing --making
easy 1801-DitV-Ambrosio O'Hig- few days with the captain.R. who were in Key Wfest for a short
Durfee-Burdick Victorious In the car-was incorporated for the' until You Have Seen and Driven
---I dainty feminine hand. The power-, gins Irish immigrant who becamea I visit with relatives coming over I
I A. Bissell in of the the left
South American viceroy. charge highway yesterday on
ful cable-controlled brakes which
Tennis Match At Casa MarinaThe commissary for the bridge forces the return trip.G. .
respond to the slightest touch I THE NEW MASTER DE LUXE
I NOTICE who was in Key West for a short
the pointed slipper were designed 'I
with Mrs.
tennis games held yester-, very prominent world-traveller, for the light feminine foot. visit Bissell yesterday -, C. Kochenderfcr. editor of CHEVROLET
day at Casa Marina marking the I tendered a St. Patrick's Day party Likewise it was for the ladies with i I Notice is hereby given that the afternoon for Islamorada. The News-Journal of Mansfield.Ohio i

finals in the tournament that has to Leo B. Warren popular their delicate gowns that wide! Annual Election of Directors for -- I and Mrs. Kochenderfer,. The basic reason for this eager championship of the new Master De
young Key Wester, honoring his doors and spacious interiors were ,: the Grief Relieved Association Alton Albertus, son of Mr. and 1 who were in Key West last week Luxe is to be found, of course, in the car's extraordinary value. It
been in progress during the en-: birthday. Punch hors d'oeurves designed. j I II will be held on Tuesday, March I Mrs. Edward Albertus!, was an: for a brief visit. left Saturday has been aptly termed,"the Fashion Car of the low-price field"-

tire past week were splendidly'and sandwiches and a large beautiful I 10th. at 7:30 p. m. at the Association -. arrival in Key West yesterday i' afternoon for Miami. I I but i it is much more than a handsome,luxurious automobile....The

excitingly played"and: much .birthday cake were rerved to the Plan Staging I I. Office J21? Thomas j]: from Miami\ for a short visit with I I IlIn. I new M aster De Luxe is delightfully comfortable;and one of the finest
enjoyed by the large number of guests. Mrs. William H. Malone street. ': his'parents. performers-especially in smoothness and in fast, powerful aced.

local socialites winter residentsand i presided at the punchbowl assisted 01 Operetta I I All financial members are requested \ Raymond S. Erick.son and eration. At the same time, Chevrolet's celebrated economy!is actually .-:

hotel guests witnessing them.In I by Mrs. Parker Ilitt and Mrs. ,. to be present. Mrs. Ru'by Hopper was an arrival son John Richards Erickson. who, increased... .Telephone or come in for a demonstratlon-HUOw,
the mixed doubles a sensa- W. R. Cross. It was a delightful A Japanese story in musical]!l By order of your President i in Key West yesterday from : were visiting Mrs. Erickson's

tional game, and during which i party. form is to be the theme of the GEORGE BAXTER I Miami for a. brief visit with relatives -I parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. I Meltzer Motor

was exhibited an example of some I I Among those present at the ten- High School operetta >3Cherryblossom" IF., A. JOHNSON Secretary. I 'and 'friends. Richards and other relatives, left Company
of the finest tennis: that has ever to be presented marl 53tCLASSIFiED Saturday afternoon for the home
been played here Mrs. S. S. Dur- 'nis games and the birthday party I in the High School Auditorium I I I in Aransas Pass, Tex-is.: : I Phone 377 Caroline and New Sts.

fee and L. B. Burdick were victors -:! were Mayor and Mrs. William II. Friday evening. March\ 22, under ..... Mrs. Eugene Russell, daughterand
against Miss Emily Cross and'' Malone, Mrs.\ Wallace Dr'ant' the auspices of the Key West II I..i son- who were in Key West I -
Ignacio Carbonell. I' Kirke Mrs. Blanche Winslow High School Music Department. I I for a short visit with Mrs. Rus- Mr. and Mrs. S. M. M/x>re. who I:

Miss Mary Lou Ilitt won the Henry LaCagnia !Mrs. Daniel Bacon Elaborate costumes will carryout sell's aunt Mrs. William W. De- arrived Saturday for a brief visit

prize in the ladies' singles, having -| Mrs. David Printz, Ignacio the Japanese idea. Much time i I COLUMNPERSONALS meritt left yesterday afternoonfor with their son-in-law and (daugh.

won a match against Mrs. Carbonell. Ralph Corson Jr.. Miss and work has been spent in designing ;I. !: the home in Islamorada. ten Mr.,and Mrs. Victor Moffatt, Protect Your Property
.... left in the afternoon for the home'
Daniel Bacon and L. B. Burdick I Natalie Minnick. Mrs. L. P. Schutt and making the costumes.! .. ...
scored over L. P. Connable in the I I Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schutt Mrs. The committee in charge of this in Marathon. v '
Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Furrows with
men's singles. All the matcheswere ::: Robert T. Menner Miss Minnie work is under the able directionof I I of Tulsa. Oklahoma who

well-played, and brought''.Porter harris Ralph Cor on. Sr.. Mrs. J. C. Irvin. They have UNCLE ED: Club members were I II II i were in Key West for a short Mrs. F. J. Perkall sister of

forth nwch favorable comment Philip Emerson, Mrs. C. 11. Stuart, tried to make the costumes as tickled pink at suggestion of'' visit, left Saturday for Tampa. William L. Bates; daughter, Mrs.\ PROVEN
from the large and appreciative I I Robert Pinder Mrs. George A. authentic as possible. Mrs.\ Irvin passing Double Mint Gum aft Gladys De Losier and son, Larry

crowd of spectators. Peter I 1 Danforth Mrs.\ David Rice Mrs. has been very successful in times I er our get-togethers. Betty. i De Losier, were arrivals yesterday -

Schutt himself a tennis player of Frederick II. Lee, Mrs. O. S. Long. past in the field of costume de mar8ltxSTOMACH Victor Johnson was an arrival and are the guests of Mr.\ and Roofs ,

no mean ability acted as referee.I!Mrs. Louise Knowles, Gaga Glas.I ::: signs. I- yesterday from Miami for a brief Mrs. Bates at the home on Caroline -

At the termination of the to&rl I j Beverly Clark Mr. and Mrs. Croc- lisa Annie Lois Hicks teacherin ULCER GAS PAINS.I visit with his!! father. L. M.\ Johnson street.

namentmatches% there was an exhibition -'kett, Colonel and Mrs. Parker the Key West Junior High INDIGESTION victims why I and other relatives.

game played by Mrs. Dur-:i I Ilitt Mrs.\ Edward Bodine Miss School has been consulted in suffer? For quick relief get a I _

fee and Ignacio Carbonell against'1 f Hope Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. W. connection with the dances of the free sample of Udga a doctor's II
Robert Pinder and Mr. Sawyer.:| R. Cross. Miss Mary Cross Ri.-h- Giesha girls in "Miss Cherryblos- prescription, at Gardner's Phar Vernon Malone and son wer!
and this al o was a skillful and! srd Cross, General Harry C. Hale som." The Key West youngerset macy.marl3181920252G27aprl23: visitors in Key West yesterday fora I : When you buy, roofing for new or old property -

beautifully played match. (Mrs. Bessie Eajan, Mrs. Louise shows aptitude and talent in ; friends.short stay with relatives and t get your money's worth. Be sure that

Following the tennis, Mrs.\ Dur-:I I Pierce. Mr. and Mrs Leo II. Warren this respect and will give an evening 8-9x I ,.
the roof for will deliver the service
fee, who, besides being a tennis,I Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Connableand of enjoyable entertainment. you pay
enthusiast is a widely-known and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Burdick. FOR RENT I Joseph Saladino was an arrival 'you desire.
yesterday to join Mrs. Saladino,
: Return From Trip
NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT who is visiting with relatives and We handle Carey Roofings and Shingles -
Much Interest In Many Attend ; To PirateCove large airy rooms, two accompany her back to the homein Normal eyes are round, rest ,
I MiamL in perfectly shaped sockets, products of a manufacturer with over 60 yearsof
porches one screened
Rotary Ann DinnerMuch Cocktail HourThe I Mrs. Robert T. Menner and iences. Reasonable Apply 708 are properly curved and focus successful experience. These Proven Roofs
Eaton r -s To relieve together upon objects under
street. inal53txMISCELLANEOUS
her house-guest, Madame Vese- cost no more than ordinary materials-
interest is being evincedin regular Sunday afternoon r EczemaItching observation. Delicate nerves get
i volod Baikowa last week spent
I their focal
and muscles control
Club our prices..
Ann Dinner.Dance Raul's
the Rotary Cocktail Hour at several enjoyable days at Pirates i
scheduled take Thurs- \ the Boulevard Cove power and movement. SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. C(
to place on Miramar on was as guests of Mrs. Irving ALL .
MAKES RADIOS Unfortunately. few
REPAIR.ED and give skin comfort eyes are
"Your Home I. Worthy of the Best'Phone
day evening March\ 21st at Casa yesterday gayer and more than Wright. by authorized radiotrician. , nurses exactly round and few eye-
Marina. ordinarily well-attended aboutone They returned on Saturday Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela Resino1OVERSEA sockets perfectly formed. Thereare 898 White & Eliza St.

This Dinner-Dance given an- hundred persons being pres morning, and Mrs. Menner par- street. Phone 86CJ. as many different shapesof
ticipated in the semi-finals of the
feb23-lmox eyes as there are shapes! of
nually honoring wives of Rotarians -
tennis tournament held] Saturday
ent.As faces. is
and their guests promisesthis is customary appetizers That why BO many
afternoon on the Casa Marina READ the advertisements in The
HOTEL> people require glasses.Have
year to be more brilliantand werc'served with the various cocktails -I courts. Citizen.
I You will find it a
beautiful than ever. and there was dancing by profitable diversion. tf 917 FLEMING STREET your eyes examined by

A special menu is being prepared the guests, among whom were CARD OF THANKSWe -Room*- DR. J. A. VALDES
for the dinner and the not only members of the smart BICYCLE3WE $1.00 ROOFINGS S SHINGLES
With Running Water. a
grand ballroom of the hotel will local social set but also a great wish to extend our heartfelt Orthogon Soft Lite LJcea ee'
Person With Bath $1.50
have special and appropriate I' many of the winter residential thanks and everlasting grati. RENT by the Hour. Day or ;. a PenoaWEEKLY 532 Du..1 Street STANDARD FOR OVER 6O YEARS

decorations for the occasion. colonists and visitors to the I I tude to all our sympathetic Week. Repair all makes and RATES

There will be an excellent pro-,city.There I I friends to Dr. N. C. Pintado for paint them with Nu-Enamel. We Newly Renovated -

gram of dance music under the were many private I I his indefatigable attention during carry a full supply of parts. New Equipment

direction of Richard! Principale,'groups in evidencevho had dropped -I Mr.\ Jose Abreu's years of illness Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles New Management
leader of Casa Marina Orchestra. in for cocktails prior to dinner ; also the directors of the and sell them as low as $1.00 NO CLEANER HOTEL I

_ _ The affair being the last largeone i and the entire hour was much I San Carlos Institute for their per weeL.: J. L. Stowers Muic ANYWHEREp&o Boedwinke'Don
of the season, is expected to enjoyed by all those present.I timely help. Company. marl8-lmo 't

be highly successful, and is much i These Cocktail Hours promise to We sincerely regret that the -- :
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looked forward to. I IP.r. I become a regular Sunday after San Carlos school children that --- -JO ACCEPDNG'IMITATIONS

noon rendezvous. were to attend were unintentionally -

Assn. Will overlooked at the cortege. STEAMSHIP _ _ To get the original I Days'100%,Pure Pilot _ _
I I Legion Auxiliary Be sore to MADE IN BAL 11WORE. lVIIST'AIIf
Meet Tomorrow
I THE ABREU FAMILY. : UNITED STATES FAST leek for Davi* '100% Pare Paint ha "often:tetn uSD1
To Hold ...
Meeting marl 8-1 tx MAIL.ROUTES FOR this imitated bet nevcrJ.pIkataJ. ---.....-
Regular: monthly meeting of!1 I Label Davi 100% Pure Paint conform t with _

the Key West Junior-Senior High I Members of the American Legion Subscribe to The Citizen. PORT TAMPA Effective-HAVANA-WEST INDIES L all pare paint Law and i. the,only paint :-=.===
School Parent-Teacher's Association ': Auxiliary are being summoned March 18th. 1935 UOpiJRr that Carrie a guarantee of parity.. ===:=
will be held! tomorrow evening to Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
at 7:30 o'clock in the school audi;.I of the organization an important to be held meeting tomorrow PALACEEvelyn 'I I I 12:20 P. M.Leave look for this Guarantee on the Label*
Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I
torium. ;, Loy in Leave Key West for Port Tantpa\ Thursdays and Mon-; _ _ w.hiss___wah say"1Ia P.m.w-l-'_au. ...... 'j
A large attendance is expectedat I It was announced by the PRINCE CHARMING (.days 6:30 P. M. AM MT vradM .r. .... fejr M Ilak l lOn .iU atf ibreagh. DuUn _%

this meeting as an election of Auxiliary president this morningthat TicketR..ti.... aid! Infotmatie.* .* Ticket OffUe e* tie HEHBMVlSCa <**** *, lALTDfOKNt
officers will be held and other the membership is expected; Comedy and Short Reel

important business will! be trans]I l to assemble in legion headquarters Matinee 10-15( ; Night 15-2Sc Deck Tie.*J.71 H.:COSTAR. Agent., G. C. ROBERTS Coraer Car ile aid Wffian StreetsJ

acted. _ 4 o'clock in the afternoon. i ir I :