The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
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 21, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00460
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Associated Press Day Wire ... ; Key West, Florida-!'* has the

Service. tEb e iatp II)cst Citfeen( most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average

Interests of West *
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Practically- Few Bills ;: To: Be I I GREAT TALENT I TWO'VETERANS' iBROUGHT' |.REXFORD TUGWELL1'! 'Huge ';,Problem Seen In Roosevelt's


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Roosevelt Has DecidedTo I I'/ EXPERIENCE WILL TAKE j jcNulJ t tRexfoid !, "SEE FLORIDA FIRST" NEW SLOGAN I Legislation On Financ-
TARPON TAKEN INSUBMARINE H. W. Morris and John G. Tugwell, assistant

Let Congressional BASE PARTINEVENTTOBEPRENTED bridge ty veterans projects employed on the keys on, were the;:;| secretary of agriculture, who was.' SUGGESTED BY NEW YORK RESIDENT I! ing And Collection

Members Handle Issues IN MIAMI brought to Key West yesterday i! spending a few days in Key Rest Would Be On Un-

Members of a party on by Deputy Sheriff Gnynn Bethel as guest of Julius F. Stone, Jr, H.
B. Morris vice
the slogan 'See America First'should
Wherever PossibleBy the Mills' Yacht Minoco were and placed in county jail. i! Florida Emergency Relief Administrator precedented ScaleBy

thrilled this morning when While most of the personnel in They were arrested at Camp i left yesterday afternoon i j of the Galena Oil Company be changed to read

one of their number Kirke i the choruses of "Pirates of Pen- I{ Number 3 on charges of interfer-j by plane for Miami\ and from there
Sullivan caught a silver king ; I j of New York, and Mrs. 'See Florida First and the rest
ing with an officer in the discharge -
HERBERT PLUMMER I zance, operetta from the pens of I continued on to Washington D. WILLIAM S. WHITE
from the dock in the submarine I
of his duty, given America .
preliminary of afterward
/Hr ,.tas.elateI're.sl base where the yachtis I Ii. Gilbert and Sullivan, to be pro hearing before Peace Jus- C. Morris arrived this morningen (Associated Press Staff Writer)

WASHINGTON March 21.- berthed. duced in Miami Tuesday and Wednesday , lice E. R. Lowe at Tavernier, and t! Mr.\ Tuguell arrived in Key'Weft "Florida il i without'"doubt The greatest tai co'Iection effort
I their first trip to Key
There bat been a noted absence There were a number of nights, is composed of bound over under bond for trial at by plane Sunday morning' the in American history will ba
; mort attractive of all the
strikes had by others from the next term of criminal! for a conference with Mr.\ Stone !.
in the newspapers during this I amateurs the opposite is true of court. West accompanied by W. J. necessitated by the Roosevelt security
vessels in the base, but this those I on matters pertaining to rehabilitation ;, states, and from what we have
playing the principal rolesin
session of congress of reference to was the only, one taken it is I jI activities!; in Monroecounty ;, McGee, mechanical program assuming" enact
said.,, It was said to be an t the colorful musical production. TENiUGENSESS! ; . and .thq state it is said ': expert seen, Key West holds many
proposed legislation ,as being .an ; Mrs Janice Maloney Lewis,,ttk his i.,.ment of ,Us essential principles.
excellent specimen. i i ?On, trip .special plane, yes- ", ,with the company.Though .
I whick be
"administration lit....urV': or., a Fred. Mills, host to the ing the part of Mabel; George,: TOiWE0ISaiED ..terday ..Mr, "TugwelJ was accompanied '' can seen j. Ii.wilL.bfl" ,*
'' party, had on display two fine f Mills White playing Frederick, apirate rL | | }, by ;\Ir.,Stone, who return-: > Mr. McGee is air.rcquent in no other part of, the,at.te, ,
bill "sponsored by the administra.tion. familiar job of bringing inth..iacpmetaxbuton
apprentice Floyd Ead'ly) t \
sailfish which he had captured ; I ed later in ,th. afternoon accpm- I
who has played the role ; visitor, this is the and we are in, Key .West, to
." I not, however in the of.th na- [,panied by Jerome, D. Connor of an un-

basin. These were excellent I jor-general many times; ,.,Avery:I During the mqnth Of March tor:Jacksonville)) assistant administrator first time that Mr. and Mrs. of the attractions .
as many den ed.. scale, and presentingnew.
The reason is that
Roosevelt has decided to let memo and a number of photographs I !, the pirate chief; Mrs Eva:|I !licenses issued from the office of I Mr. Connor was booked to leave Morris have come to Key as we can in a few .aad.cvomplei.Problems
were taken of both : Warner, as Ruth a piratical"maidofallwork" !I Judge Hugh Gunn. two of which this afternoon by plane. He will ,
hers of write their 'I West. They were lavish in hour as we will have to return Payroll taxes applicable both
congress own these and the tarpon caught I ; and Mrs. were issued this week to: accompany Mr. and Mrs. Stone: i

bills wherever possible. by Mr. Sullivan.ARRANGING. Carl Bervaldi, Miss Emily Cro s- ( Ralph! Placencia and Estrella! I listed as passengers on the aCtf't'I their praise of the ride over this afternoon." in the compulsory contributoryold
I land .and Mrs. Arthur Brown as ]I Perez; Joseph Daniel Lopez and noon plane They will be awa/ I age insurance plan and the

During the last congress the three daughters: of the majorgeneral -' Nell Rose Knight from the city% for a few days.ECONOMIC i I iI the keyr. and consider the Mr. and Mrs Morris were unemployment insurance scheme,

White House had a habit of sending I 1 ; i perience.To, have. all had professional ex- I I scenic beauty afforded amply luncheon guests of Mr. McGee directly would levy upon million,

..... ...i.. even with probable modifications
short to capitol hill the list the leads
a message playing repays them for making the at the Casa Marina and after
can be added the names of A. E. i designed not to assess small employers

recommending, that something be EASTER SUNRISE j 1 Fisher and Edmund Curry. ;I HIGHLIGHTS, : 1 trip. ward were guests of J. D. of casual! agricultural an.1 l

done and sending along with it a Fisher takes the the
I part of ; j "As a matter of truth," Aldrich on aA auto ride to the similar labor. Estimates as to
sergeant of police and has had -
draft of the. bill prepared under the ,number of pay envelopes: upon
SERVICES HERE considerable singing and dramatic I Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend!' said Mr. Morris, "I think that I points of interest. I which the government would haveto
the direction of the White House experience. although !By profession ,
- keep tab .harp1y-rol11
he is now an author, having Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual ; National i| vary

labeled Such as measures administration' promptly bills were by MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE 'OUTLINES written" "Requiem." "To The! and International Problems Inseparable COMPILE REPORT PASS ORDINANCE 25,000,000, up.COyerDment. Financing
Sun, and other novels and a num-
the new>lpal'ffll and members of PROGRAM FOR TWO I ber of short stories. From Local Welfareaeeaeeae..Snasenseeonea.e.a.e.eeao..eaea Along with this problem will

congress.subjected If to a bill drastic was amendedor revision SERVICES AT BAYVIEw!! He came to Key West whence - - -.- .- .- i. VOLUNTARY TIME FOR REGULATION be' that of government financing.' '

immediately; word got around the I the company presenting the operetta Ordinarily a visitor to Wash) This is, of course, embarrassing Quite aside from the money to be

administration had taken a lick. PARK SUNDAY, APRIL 21 I come!. seeking: a quiet city ington, D. C., has no trouble inI to the Administration: whose FOR FERA WORK OF CITYTRAFFIC collected from the, reservoirs of
ing. where he might develop materialhe I getting a look at the United!! whole recovery and reform program -' the payroll specifically tapped
had on hand for several novels. in action. i will be federal subsidies! of $98oqptOOQ ,-
Often it was a source of em. States Senate During is at stake. It i is equally!
bairassment to the President The, Key West Ministerial All i- Hut. just as- he was getting into I the} sessions the galleries are al.wafK -I embarrassing to ,sincere opponents( : : foEjb9.Jiist. year- ) ..- -Messages., But No Bills : tl the swine' of his writing he was. half empty unless a piece! of the Administration, who know MORE-THAN ONE HUNDRED PROVISIONS EMBODIED4A1L5OREQUIRES I operations and$218.61> 000( Ii
ance has planned beautiful and asked to play the part of the thereafter until 1965: expenditures -
police of importance that the year
of is not
Acting on the advice of home legislation -| voting public go .AND THIRTY-ONE THOU- THAT BICYCLES'''
of his closest congressional advisers impressive services for tater: I sergeant in the operetta, \ iin:; debate, and the' ing to be swayed by the kind of I which must come for
M'r. Roosevelt decided to. which he did. few visitors present often find'themselves 'II criticism which confines itself to SAND HOURS OF LABOR IS MUST BE PROVIDED WITH) the most part from general reve
Sunday, April 21 I. at Bayview
He came to Key Wet from ,I nues.
pursue a different course in the' I overcome by boredom the calling of names. Patriotic
Park. There will be two serviceson \ Pittsburgh. Fisher was a member within short time. Republicans and Democrats alike SHOWN SINCE JANUARY 18 LIGHTS But the real fiscal j hurdle will
working out of his legislative I
pro. of the Harvard Glee Club from be met in 1980 when the
gram this session I that day. Matters are very different now. are shaking their heads sadly and ---- j govern-
!tell continue to send; his i' 1020-25. during the period when!! I If you want to attend the Senate, waiting for the Senate to gut backto I ment must pay up an estimated
rhort messages as before up but I! In the morning at 6 o'clock ::n-I i that organization so successfully you have to f'o early in the morning work in a dignified fashion. More than 131.000( voluntary Bicycle riders at night are to;I I I $1,400,000,000 a year up for old

there'll be no bill dropped into the nual Sunrise Services will be 'toured Europe and sang in concerts I and wait. By the time roll- As for the future trend of l Irgis-' hours of labor have been contributed ' be required to have a light of'';I age pensions,..exclusive of the tax

hoppers at the same time. If. brated. A vested choir of with Kreisler. Hempel the call is announced, the galleries lation. it is certain that the Nil A in the rehabilitation of Key sufficient brilliance .to be'een,!''on salaries.

such a bill has been drafted at they I voices, directed Miss cell"1 Boston Symphony and Koussevitzky others. The I are jammed j and hundreds of disappointed -I as we know it now, will not be West since January 18, when the at least 300 feet in front 'of the'''I For the immediate future, officials
by called
club was by people must be turned continued. The President's recommendations plan on some help--$50-:;
other end of Pennsylvania -
avenue in the world." Key West Administration started bicycle according to crdi-,,
it probably will find its into Yates. will sing the anthem "the greatest choir II away by the doorkeepers. to Congress asked for '| 000.000 a.year under present cti-
the hands of the chairman way of aonrmittee '' The Gates" and will ako sing the For some time Fisher sang in This change isn't dje to a ris1I considerable modification of the its drive to wind Up the Volun- nance passed on final reading by| mates and more ,in future year

(' two or three days latei regular hymns. The choir i is now variou churches as soloist, and i I ing interest on the part of citizens'! law. Now Senator Borah, who teer Work Corps, through the completion city council at a special meeting when! the nayroll) taxes are' in-

in mysterious fashion I being trained.In while in Pittsburgh directed a j I' in serious questions of governj -! carries much weight with Con : l of terms of voluntary work held yesterday afternoon.The j, creased: -through the govern-

The bill will be introduced byl number of amateur productions j ment. fur is it due to Senatorial' gressmen of both parties;, has; announced pledged: last! summer. I section providing ,for, ,the'ment's retention of J 10 per cent
addition to other members in of them.
taking parts many of the payroll tax collected for
him I achievement, which might auto-: that he will demand that
and will
Wherever possible carry it is his said name.the cf the alliance who will be heard, !, Curry is a native of Key West. matically bring in admiring thousand -;: the NRA be junked, save the retention Up through last Thursday the lights on bicycles i is' one of1C unemployment insurance, esti.
I and although possessing! a strong I total number of hours volunteeied sections of the ordinance which mated for the'Irellent to total]
administration: will leave the Rev. Shuler Peele, of Fleming1! j who want to watch their of wage, working hoursand
ac-j: !baritone for singing the role of i' wht'es'I child given by on the payroll'' bears $500,000000:; a year and 'ntseb'
tual drafting of the measurecarrying Street Methodist! church, is to de-j I elected officials keep the labor provision General -| persons 1 on every phase of vehicular
out its reconunendation' Samuel lieutenant to the pirate I of government moving. It is due,i' Johnson has said that theNRA' of the administration amounted] traffic of,any description.Two | more in future.
; liver the discourse. I chief, has studied only! in Key I I Source Not Yet Known
) instead to the fact that the -I i is "dead as a dote" and
in the hand of the congressional'committees soloist in the St. present to 131.142: having a cash value of I 1 other ordinances are being -
charged with At 4 o'clock in the afternoon I West, He U session has turned itself intoa famed lawyer Clarence Darrow, I ,jUue"to..the fact'the' administration

ing that particular. conSider-I at the park, the beautiful Oratorio I Paul's Episcopal Church here now. first-class road show admission: who has support of millions vf,, $50,377.80.: I: considered at a special, fnce is holding up the ''general lax: :
lation.. Gaul'i"Holy City" will be sung free. Variously called the ,"greatest =! consumers who.e"'battle he is' These figures do not take into !i ing I| being; held this afterno! ,!)n n 0/ie1', ,bill(luntil. other* matters are ont\ of

In all event*, however, there' by' vested choir of 75 voices. j jNINEARRIVlT I -( deliberative ,?J o<]y". and the I' fighting is 'preparing to add his, consideration the number of hours i j jwhicii of these provides ,for: a..l s.eh'4f 'toii r.t.'uJlI\\'BYr' official1' information aj

will be fewer bills in the future Vocalists to be heard! being';i ii "most exclusive, ,nieuVclubV in the voice to i those1'who' hold that the(( have been contributed by!:i be imposed on dealers,jn :oid> iroit[,,tei i.tbe'iBourcd'of! ' the"ir t'I't'.t' /
are I world, the Senate temporarily, ,! NR.k 'arnoiinty iti\ \ to'I :a$98OA0,00GLand> < < the stc illl''' allI
i I Ippjroll : ) ;
tagged administration liftpus'not' th administration : ;
measures.; selected 'from the several thdr: ;I PLANE: on I[ and other junk and the'other'pro-' '
\Vhil \! ABOARD li'n; the words oIl' one.Washington. racket; whereby'besiness' is given Ii I successive'yaanf $218,000,00(1allowim'ih ( '-
they may be ju+t that it : from since 18 it !
of the allied churches and "degeneratedinto'' sanction January was | vides for' a license to b'c"pur-
both eases JSr
rresp9ndent.. governmental to" ovor- ;; JS
will he I j m
difficult prove. the number of other accomplished ".. pointed out this morning and if'''I chafed! by dealers in god'crapgold \ tr0p00,000'
Supreme Court' Policies I a fho>va.. circus, a brawl. J JI' [ charge 'ami otherwise sting the. :: annual government
singers, in the city. Rehearsals of : thoe!! figures: were available the silver and other
BOOKED TO, The Senate has been sitting for public. I Ii precious "take" from unemployment taxesis
Washington observers TEN PASSENGERS
long accustomed the Oratorio will begin MarchH I I' '
J i Best total number of hours and cash metals. _
to the aloofness andsevere more than two months! --and not) opinion holds that the social lacking.
: in the Harris School auditorium. LEAVE ON RETURN TRIP I ja single piece of legislation of' security program when value would he increased consider- ]I II I At all events, the (r rpaiuryj
dignity of the Supreme Miss Edna B. Smith who directed '. ..v.I I ably, it is |I
CurL, I national importance has been finally made into law, wiM!! be believed. | bill for the next few years will
profess: to see in the manner i \AFTERNOON I PINDER FUNERAL
j the of the THIS .
production romantic I
The administration has
in which the court handled'I ** [ either passed or defeated. On the more liberal I than the President l asked;; i < not be vast relatively leaking J i ,
the ,: opera, "Pirates of Pen- I floor members are fighting among, wants;, but will be, lefss; liberal than; that local person turn in their but the problem of finding saffi-:
important gold probablya "
cases will direct the Oratorio.CUBACMlES" .
zance, time sards which given I'
new era dawning in the method themselves are quarreling over, demands by advocates of th' were out HELD YESTERDAYi cient money, officials believe wiU
of There were nine passengers arriving the pettiest of ,Il". tters. There, Townttnd plan who believe that' last summer when the enlistment begin to be more acute in 1/6G.!/ :;
the I
decisions to
from Miami on the plane haven't been any fist fights yet, the road to recovery would be at' campaign was conducted as soonas I !, In that year the government will
public. I this morning and at 2 o'clock this their total number of hours I i
Chief but they seem just in the offing.: once turned into a super-highway'! i'I start making contributions to the
Justice Hughes broke all Funeral tervices for Mrs. Sarah
afternoon 10 had booked passage. 'pledged have been worked out. ]
I This may be pleasing to that;[ if the government: gave $200 a i I old age insurance program. Up
precedents in twice E. Finder who died
J. on Tuesday
{ 65 PASSENGERS Arriving this morning were Certificates of honorable discharge
: minority of the American elec month to all persons past 60. I II II until that time, under the present
there would} in the afternoon at the home
be no decision: Lancelot Vivian Broward 715 Fleming -
Lester from the Work
i I I torate which likes to watch |I The j income from
cases when they were expected.iI Tal-l;, abrawl I chances are that the $1!.- j{[! street, were held yesterday theory payroll taxes
I Lulu Swift Mrs. C. Grigzs. being I
Corps are printed now. They
Then, I : and a circus. It isn't at all]000.000,000 I work relief bill will: j'I tfternooa. will balance outgo. But front
too the chief justice'smcticuloui |
Riddle CharlesMcKenney. '
bot Wegg, Howard artistically designed, and will
i Steamship Cuba of the P. & O. pleasing to other citizen either: eventually be pased in just about'' are I The 1965 on to 1980, Uncle Sam fowl
care in the way he I Vincelotte and funeral was from the Lopez
Vivian !I the signatures of Governor
sailed for or against the present Administration the form the President carry make huge payments supplementing
S S yesterday wants.
emphasized certain words and J company !; Adrian Dornbush. j jI Dave Sholtz and Julius F. Stone, II Chapel to the First MethodiHchurch
I who want to see't But anything payroll tax collections
afternoon for Havana with 57 may happen. with ,
phrases while reading the ma-i this afternoon George E. Summers -
Among those returning Jr., Florida Emergency Relief Administrator
first class!" passengers eight sec- I (i things done. We are living in a * * < because of the relatively heavy
1 officiating.
jority decision is regarded as significant Mrs. Plant
When he reached that I ond class! three automobiles six 1 I are Lulu Swift.Charles McKen-j I critical time:, and are at the crossroads Business is definitelY' better'now I ., Members of the Ladies Templeof { percentage of those who will re-

all-important word "affirmed" in i I tons of freight and 94 sacks of Howard Riddle. Vincelotte oho:i between: continued depression -, than at this time l last yeart I Golden Eagle. Minoca Council tire after making contributions
the decision he pronounced it i mail. ney and in this morning.onl( } roundtrip I'', and recovery-and the Sen!t Practically every industry is in.t ASK RETURN OF Pocahontas. Patriotic"' Daughtersof Ifor' only a few years-payments
came . ate at, least to all outward !creasing : estimated to reach a peak _of $1
lowly, distinctly and emphatic I Ferry Palma arrived yesterday tickets. ... , ap- sales earning moderate* American and Tiger Tail Tribe lt-
ally. No one doubted what had afternoon with 24 miscellaneous 1 I pearanceis- devoting its talent to I jly i iI higher: profit Complete 19. I. O. R. M.. attended and pall 400,000,000 in 1980.

happened. i Vicars and 170 sacks o( mail personal J bickering! Recent newspaper -',J figures for January show'that the' OPERA. . COSTUMES. bearers were selected from the last 4' After that time, sponsors tray,
- I Steamship Hybert of the Lykes.: ANNOUNCE DEATH I I comment has been extremely index of industrial production' ". c. : I named organization. the curve will be downward and

Brothers Steamship Company, wa I' bitter whenever the Senate at:I was at the highest January level j Mrs. Pinder is survived by her 'the situation gradually will, liqal.
reported to arrive at the bar this : CHALKER; large is spoken of. i i j I since 1930. | Costumes taken from the stage husband. Charles L. Pinder; two 'I date itself the percentage of

I afternoon 3 o'clock and !later EDWARD At this writing, the emergency I The fact remains!, however, that the night of the staging of the i daughters. Mrs. Carl Rom and those who have been paying: into

I 1 come into the Porter dock for I spending bill has not yet come toa ''in the view of many competent, "Pirates of Penzance," February I Mrs. Macie Brye; two brothers, the- fund1 only a few years at

oil. The ship is en route from ti vote may not for a week or(I observers, fundamental conditions 19. should be returned to, the office George and Willie Johnson, and time of retirement dropping

C i Rotterdam, Holland to Galveston. News! was received this week more. The future of the NRA is; are unchanged! and all that is',' of the Key West Administration I three grandchildren. \ sharply! until finally the system

I j Steamship Ozark. of the Clyde,'. of the death of Edward Chalker in the laps of the gods. And all keeping us going is government, immediately, since they are j 1 may, be self-supporting main

Mnllory Line, is due in port tomorrow in New Orleans. Mr. Chalker' was the signs say that when the Presi-'! spending. i i government; property )Ralph i E.t STEALS FOR'THRILL i .

Nucoa tb 23c Bay Mullets> evening' : from Xl'Or- the husband of a daughter of Mr. I dent's social I security program' It is true that 10000.000 menu] Gunn. assistant 'general director: : PRESCRIPTIONS

Maxwell House Coffee, tb 30c leans to Miami and Jacksonville. and Mrs. A. R. Roberts, formerly comes up for consideration fireworks ' are out of work, are being supported of the production, said this morn. KOKOMO. foL-Caught while

Butter, tb 34c Fruitl'r Ceiba, of the Standard! 1 I of Key West. even more spectacular than t: by relief-about' the same ing. he was in the act of stealing: his w. exercise a* each car

Eggs. doz. 25c and 27c I Fruit an! Steamship Company i is! Atwood Sands of the local post- I those of the past week will flare.It .i number that was unemployed two' Some of the costumes were tak1 thirteenth ear in two weeks fillirg jour elector'. .S1

Crapes, Avocados. Fruits and due froAi New York tomorrow,, office clerical force, uncle of Mrs. looks as if every Senator has asocial 'years ago. when the great recovery -'1 en home unwittingly but unless: Charles Smith 18. of this city l'tion .. he doe in prescribing"

Vegetables I will take fuel oil at the Porte. Chalker. left by train yesterday security program of his drive started. That is the they are returned it is possible has confessed an extensive series Gardner' Pharmacy

t TIFT'S CASH GROCERY Dock ompany and sail for Fron,"' to attend funeral services which I own, which is at variance with j'I' most ominous fact the country, that federal officials will start an J,, of robberies committed "just for' Phone 177 F.. D.UTe,

Phone 29 1212 Olivia St,. tern, ( !exco! t I are to be held in Miami. those of his colleagues.! faces now. J I i investigation; Mr. Gunn said. ,a thrill.." i I





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l't .::,.. p.ScxY. ,.'. THE GREATEST HOLDING COMPANYThe ................................................. find words to describe the wonderful -t,t tom house yesterday afternoon

__ I.IC ,t."t1. \:;(t" .." ? ._ KEY WEST IN climate. Fishing bathing, golf, end burned at the city incinerator.Some .

1-ul.linhc.l pally Except Sunday By political drive is now onto* destroy WE'RE OFF FOR FLORIDAC. and many other attractions make of the records date back

Till,: nTIZII'VIU.IlIl NG CU.: I\C DAYS GONE BY Key West the ideal place to invest I more than 100 years. The burning
1. P. AnTMA Pmiarat. the power and light holding com-
J. KOCHENDERFERin and pursuant to the ideal) Mr.. of this great quantity of one time
From The Citizen Building Happening Here Just 10 Years
Corner Greene and Ann Street panies by means of strangulating Federal Mansfield (Ohio) News-Journal Ago Today At Taken From Shrout ha* made a number of investments valuable but now unimportant papers
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Whether the .-..-.-.......-- ----- The Files Of The Citizen authorized .
regulation. same crucifying --- - -------- 1 1i which he feels satisfied was by congres
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West And Monroe
County. laws will apply to holding companies for A few)*' evenings ago a group of.j------------------------1 will prove to :be sound and pro- "

men were leaning over a counter!i near why not let's I:i W. S. Burn, of New York, who ductive. The season is still on and many
utered at Key West }Florida a* second class matter banks food production auto- i if
newspapers in down-town store engaged enlarge the that look-
- a group was i f 113 I stopping at the Casa Marina, people are arriving. The train today .
I'lFTVMXTHKAIt!' an interested study of a map oil ing over the map in the downtown -:':
mobiles and every line of large business, is < thinks that Gulfstream Boulevard Editorial Comment Yesterdaywas in in two sections be.
> ... the United States spread out store the other evening,and : came
l |[t.
Mrukrr f the A.e.elaled r would be a most appropriate name;
the first of number of
day but the
spring of large
not clear.If : as cause passengers
clu entitled to user f Fore them. all of us get in the car and drive
ociated Pre lvelr be-t
!fho A:-: j I[for the driveway to be constructed
h. all news dispatches; credited toIl Florida .. it is always spring in Key West no I many bound to IIi'!lnaI
r< I'Ublnullun l to looking at
or not otherwise credited In this paper and al.e! the politicians want to completely Their discussion was devoted leisurely I. off the shore of Key W st. One I It j one noticed the difference. but an appr :iabla number for
he lu..il news published lieru.'NATIONAL other parts of the country to things of interest on the way and tof j I[ the Tetsons! given: by Mr. Burns, I Wilt.
destroy the confidence of the investor and I t Kef
- I Feeing what find when get1
which each would like, to make a we we ;. i is that the name is easily remem Ten carloads of old reiartli,

... CDITCRIAl hold up recovery indefinitely, they are going trip. Several were anticipating a I, there-possibly. even some of the: b red. It is,also eupLonius and j were hauled away twin the :us I{ Subscribe to The Citizen.
ASSOCIATION vacation frtp! into one of the things that those who have been 'simple. Mr. Burns the Gulf
'n u 1935 about it in the right ; says __ .. __ ___
C/y way. making the trip regularly to some u
0.- northern states or Canada, duringthe Stream is only a few stone's throw'
. .... -sw'"l: "TM' Holding companies have been respon- summer. Others indicated particular spot may have over I i from the.site. of the boulevard and ... - -. -. .
one Tear --tle.0a that they had been looking for looked. ''the name is most applicable. .
Fix Months ..._... ... .. .,. 6.0. sible for great industrial development in ward to the possibility of some- For those who "have been i I
Urte Months, .. .... ..... _. 2.CO :
'>nu Month J ,_. .HI our country. time driving out into the Pacific everywhere and seen everything"there A. G. Gerbode and Arthuri The Never-Tiring
JV ->:%:y ....:. :::..::::._,:..:....' ....-.._ - .21 north west, motoring down the:1 may be little of interest in i
Smith, charged with violating the ''I
The United States Government is; the the letters that we will write II GUARDIAN .
AU\'l ItT"ING HATES coast into California and return!i customs laws were given i'' tlPI!
-Made know on application. biggest holding company in the world. It ing through Arizona, New Mexico i back to folks at home as we are I j inary hearings in the court prdim-I
M'KIIAI. MJTICK showed imagining the trip that we hopeto of
and Texas. _
All rO'Hne' notices, card of thank., resolutions of stands in the in-IS. Commissioner C. Rodney ,I II your
in "
same position toward the 48 sometime make reality -
[*r"'t,. rMtuary not Ires, eta, will be charged for at preference for historic New Eng- Gwjnn today and were placed un- I I
r.1t.' ,. ".e,if for 10 entertainment cents a line. by churcne from irhlcfct states as does an electric holding company land. But-it was a wintry evening rtead of merely on the map. Rut fder bonds to appear at the next HEALTH
,. , u,it is to IMS dtrivfctl are S cents a line. outside-the majority indi. for those of us to whom a visrt: term of United States court. Gerbode's =
.,ii., Clllau la an open forum and Invites discus.s1 that has an interest in 48 operating com- cated that what they had most in : to the World's Fair in Chicago bond is $1.500 and Smith's THE I ICE MAN
cf jlU.lle ISXIMS. and subjects of local or general ; brought more of novelty than oar
Itfrf'pt but It will not publish anonymous cororaunl. panies. mind was the thought of gettingin $500.. It is charged that a quantityof
..ill',n*. the old bus and driving down ] own Burton Preston would find I
beer was found in a Dodge sedan Who like clock
The United States Government finances appears
--- in going by airplane over South
Florida-way for a couple of we..b.For j I belonging to Gerbode :and work of the
Ncv'! are with its operations America or Africa we may seei every year
through their
pnpers stigmatized borrowings, the next few minutes j Smith. The automobile was eonI -
j = with load of health-
.ignt:\ bonds and note issues, subscribed to by the attention centered on consideration and tell of rome things that may I I fisrated.i Q a pure
tism.'t:: ,A .. of motor routes from Mansfield -I Itie' of interest and which may give protection?
\.. taxpayers (stockholders) of the various to Florida coupled with; talk an i't':1'o' ( Florida as avhole i
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-- -- has YOUR ICE MAN Of Course
Con vent ion-may be. ignored but' it states and, in turn, renders services to most about the states cities and townsto j'rathelr than. centering on some The chamber of commerce from the city ,
', I'received I an appeal I
cannot be 8i1en a.J/ 'ii;>* q states that they could not provide for them- be passed through;. places in one Vpot.. . of Princeton. Indiana which was r He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor
.' : ;
'.I : '.I u : 'r.,....JJ 1 .J selves. Florida where' Mansfield peoples!!I * struck by a tornado recently' whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents. e
: were accustomed to go; who from. It would be possible! of course! r
I whictfteft dead and injured
Senators Long and Gassawayj might An electric holding does the I : many
company thicity or vicinity were now living to hurry along and make the damage
beside doing great
in path
aPPro'riateIY'exchan'e.l : .i''their'! name same thing for its operating companiesit in Florida-and. things like ': thousand-mile trip' from here' "lo( .. jts to property. Those who wish I CALL NO.8'FOR
that. Jacksonville in two days but let'snot I
marshals financial resources and ren- I ]| to aid the sufferers are asked to

It looks as though the "have now and ders services which small, isolated operating Instead of being a dull subject I do slowly it that so way as,to let's see go along'more more I.i:-forward or take contributions to PURE ICE
: geography was immediately enlivened Red Cross headquarters. The list
pay later" idea has become a national dis- companies could not provide for them- by thought that such things on the way-it's new t.r-|| of donors and donations will be
in selves. places Jacksonville, St. Augus- into which we are advenritory -
ease this country. as I : published! in The Citizen
tine. Daytona. Orlando, Palm turing and we'd) probably mKs slot |
Today the Government, in duplicatingpower I ifw II
Beach, Ft. Lauderdale- Holly of interesting In another part of today's issue REFRIGERATORS
Fear Expressed For Lost Fliers. development in an uncalled-for' wood. Miami.: Key West, Sarasota, tried for a speed record. i i of The Citizen will be found

Headline. Since the fliers were lost, why manner, is "pyramiding" the power sup- St. Petersburg Tampa, Tarpon And don't forget to put rome I: an announcement of the publisherof I

express fear rather than regret.It ply of the nation with taxpayers' funds, ina Springs Lake Wales Ocala and summer clothing in the suitcasefor a weekly paper. The Key Largo I
Metal With
MICE ods of All Equipped
the others ' not Jim Lucas writes that it's -
were merely spotson Bre-<>ze. It will be edited and published I
way that would be condemned unqualifiedly a map but were real places fhirt-sleeve weather in West!'I by Benjamin Archer son of% .1

is confusing to. this column in determining if private electric holding that could be reached by a rela Palm Beach and you'll probably I.! Mr. and Mrs. George F. Archer,]:: WATER COOLERSThey're

whether O. O. McIntyre comes companies dissipated stockholders' moneyin tively short motor trip. not need an overcoat after we get' who is president of the South I I
Time was when Florida seemed out of Ohio. II Dade PubXning company, which
from Galapagos Gallipolis. such wasteful I Economical! 100 Per Cent
or a manner. far-off from Mansfield even Much as we'd like to write a print the Homestead Leader.I
The life savings of countless thou- when thelate John L. Barr, personal! letter to each of you Mrs. George F. Archer will Refrigeration Satisfaction

"Come. gentle Spring! ethereal mildne's sands of stockholders in utility propertieswill George W. Schmidt and a few every day, there'll hardly be time re ent the paper in Key West.Tf'P-1 I
other Mansfielders' were regularly for that, so the personal letter I _
come." But for the love of Mike be ruined if the present political l pro- Priced at
will have be
making the trip and seemingto intended for you to I Rehearsals are being carried on
leave those. Spring poets behind. gram against private enterprise is con- consider it a part of yearly sent to The News-Journal and daily for the forthcoming production -

a tinued. Billions of tax funds will be routine. But now ft does not I[! piinted-but you'll know it's of the musical comedy "The $30 and $35EASY f
seem such an unattainable- I really for YOU.If Love Garden." Each group of performers -
A; Philadelphia newspaper declaresthe swallowed in the maw of political experi- l
the highway stretches out goal-I i you haven't a map of and tho-o in the large I
relief problem is taxing our best minds. ments. tively to southern Ohio i ida handy you can probably Flor-I: choruses are being rehearsed separately : TERMS 0 DAYS' FREE TRIAL

Well, why not; everything\ else is taxed. Politicians who hurl, charges of pyra- tucky, through Tennessee one at the Auto Club i and those in charge are}
Georgia' then right across the i your book _store-or by I very much satisfied with the results \ ..............aThompson's
miding at private holding companies, had
northern border of Florida-and ,I to the chamber of commerce in which have been so far ob ,
Some predict that if recovery does better look to their own pyramiding activi- hundreds of people from Mans-I II one of the Florida cities men- tained. i

not cone soon the tax payer will have to ties with public funds, in the name of field neighboring cities tioned above.- Ice Company Inc.

be puE on relief to raise money to pay the Government. rounding country, drive down It may be that there is some T. S. Shrout, "The Man From I ,
each year for a stay ranging froma I I one thing about Florida in which Kentucky," who has purchasedland \
taxes Io support the relief.I0res Private enterprise in the United week to several months. you are especially interested. If in Key West calls the city

Stales faces a fight to the finish to save s I I so we will be glad to touch on 1'"Sunshine Paradise" and cannot -T---. :_

:; consolation for Every itself from complete socialization in the Fo why not take advantage of that particular thing in one of I _
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an opportunity that has been looked 'the letters. For the next few ... -- . ... -. .
day that passes means that there is just next ten years. And when one speaks of forward to for years and getaway I days after' you read this your letter l r.4"IIIIIII.lI

one day t less of the depression and that private enterprise, that means the private for the little while it will )I will reach us if addressed in ......................................................... .............. 1

prosperity. is just one day nearer. citizen-the man who runs a business by take to see Florida and get a care of Hollywood. Inc., Hollywood -
firft-hand idea of why some people Fla. (Be sure and put on
himself, or the one who employs ten or I I "i
: like it so very well while oth- the "Fla. as the other Holly
According to Henry Morgenthau\ ten thousand men. Government ownership ers much prefer Ohio's variable wood isn't on the route we are to I GRAND PAINT SALE :

secretary'\ of the treasury, the interest: on of any industry destroys the rights of I and sometimes eccentric weather. take for this trip.) : i iI
And because some others have So. if your luggage is all in
the public debt now amounts to eight hundred individuals to do business. comfortably
I long wanted to make the drive I the car and you are
!million! dollars a year or over ninety These facts are fundamental. They to Florida and, in some instance, I seated, we'll be getting,started.

thousand dollars an hour. Jonah thinks may be camouflaged under various POliti-I _. - --- -- -- . All This Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts

that's a heap o' money, and it is. cal guises, but they remain the ........................ BENJAMIN --1

individual cannot compete with govern- Today In History I FUNERAL Regular Price Sale Price :

Astronomers! r 'bl lou( predict the ment in business, once it enters a field of ........................ I I Established 49 YearsKey Per Gal. Per Gal. :

coming of anJPsCrftfty years Jn advance activity. Weil' Oldest : SIIEnVINVILLIA1.IS METRO- : 7
r. S43:: Died Saint Benedict,
Z..tiou Ambulance Service
and( hn nwittiinsplit i $4. i

if some one can work out a system to in the economic trend that is of the Den predict carrying "- '* Five Gallon Cans .......-..........-..... tl' tl'. : ,
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degressions with: such commendable our country closer and closer to the ; (;.!Zr' I. .
ac tiracy' we will all affairs 1802-*West Point founded. I SHER\viN. WILLIALMS METRO.POLITAN .. .
arrange our sc regimentation program of and Germany ;'- 1 > I" MUNSON ISLANDFIjSHlNG -

tin' we can dodge 1 the next one. where the individual is merely a 'cog woman's I CAMP' I I FLAT WHITE, 45 1. 90 1 50 :

I I 1868-Sororis! first ?.-. Operated by R. M. Ellison I One Gallon Cans .....-.................- .
the great governmental machine. '
club incorporated i in'Touniry, Best Fishing on Coast I, .
Wjion P. T. Barnum said "there is a ganized in New York. or-1 Guides and Boats AvailableSea I'I SHER\YIN\ WILLIAMS\ MASTER f. .. 1IrU1 :

:utkerhorn: every minute" he apparently POLITICAL INDEPENDENCE NEEDED i offensive Food-Fishing PAINTERS FLAT 'VIUTE, 9G :
plt.dng'illeas 4 1918-Great German Boating-Bathing 2 25 1. 80
was in the minds of some of on Western Fr nt.besran.: i Write for Reservation, Pos I I One Gallon Cans ......-............-... '
those TTho are attempting to lead America While The Citizen believes! in the Office. Ramrod Key

today. As one writer put it, in referring I party system of government, as it exists in 1920-Canada's. Navy order de-j I' Accessible by Rail or Auto to .SHERWIN WILLIAMS FAMILY .. .

(to -no) h:1fe.the-: e3lth movement, "You the United States, we do not think that mobilized. Ramrod !Key OUTSIDE WHITE 80 One Gallon .2.65 2a10 .

harp probably would be a part of the any citizen should be so hidebound into : I Rates Camp: Boats$5.00 Meet Per Guests Day-i Cans _..... .......:.. .._.... ......... .. :
1932-V i o 1 e t tornadoes
U '>r, fjord! fMM.dwill. a part of the Gen- his party that he fails to recognize the throughout South. American Plan >

'*I \t<*tors overhead: and the air under'h good that comes from other l eople or the --___ I Sherwin Williams flatT I
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HrcoLlyn bridge. danger that both of the large parties maybe i r- :

dominated by the same forces. The Washable Flat t Wall Finish :
Down in Tampa, Fla., there i is a man I For that reason, we advise all our .

unnirtg himself who could be sitting on readers to adopt a more or less independent u LIMITED QUANTITY OF THE FOLLOWING :
the U';:S. supreme bench He is: Peter 0. I attitude in thinking about all national prob- : Notice i to U. S. 'I : COLORS : S

Knight; lawyer and business exec. He's }lems. The eternal welfare of the republic I Canary Yellow Olive .Tan ___ !

so pleased with the home town that he depends} upon freedom of thought and not I Silver Gray Cream Gray '; ,,:

snubbed partnerships in N. Y. law firms upon fidelity to party lines. When the day Secretary of the Treasury advises that 'i Orchid Caen Stone :

art i making! good as government adviser comes that there exists in this nation only the conversion privilege on called Liberty bonds S

during the war. Then told President the partisan m.embers of the two great par- GALLONS, Regular Price $2.80, : $2 20 .1

(Uarding-"no" on the court offer.-Walter ties then the early end of this republican will expire on March 27th. Ii Sale Price ....-.-..................--......_......_....-.......::...::__..._-- .. ..:

V'tnchdl in Miami Beach Tribune. government is apparent.The Quarts, Regular Price 85c, 65ca

average citizen may not fancy in- 'If you are the.owner of any Liberties we I Sale Price i ..............._.....__..._.____.. {...._...._..____' .
The Citizen has advocated the mergerof ternational politics, for example, but if he will be pleased to have you consult us. \ " -

the county and city governments for expects to be worthy of the ballot he -

more than a score of }years but it hanc'er should make it his business to understand South Florida Co. '
] Contracting Engineering
met with but a cold reception, particularly something about what is happening in the i -- -- --.-- - I & .

by the politicians, some of them world lie should, if he expects democracy THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK I _
I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
':\ ;infO' it was not I Ii I
: adaptable to Key West to succeed, become i interested(J in the

anti Monroe county. Perhaps a plan will, matters that affect the United States of I i OF KEY.1fEST "Your home is worthy oPihe best"

be evolved at the coming session of the America and in the attitude which his nation -i Member of the Federal' Reserve I 0 .
legislature that will make feasible thu adopts to the other peoples of the.I I .......e.....:::...:.........:......:........ ..........,........,.....:

consummation devoutly to be wished. world. _ _. I llll Ij'''

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- -- -- -- -- --- - - first! woman registered pharmacistin
I Today'- Ohio ((1887)), teacher-author of

I I children's books, born at Gran-

TO HOLD MEETING;; Anniversaries \ille, Ohio. Died in New, York

L ARAID-flR ROMAF4CE BYCYAN [VANS1 p Dec. 13, 1933.

'i SPORTS I I ........................ I 1869-Florenz Ziegfeld music-

Chapter 12 always be cared for tenderly-by ma j PLANS TO BE MADE FOR BEGINNING 1685-Johann Sebastian Bach, I al comedy producer, "gloryfier of
while I'm here and I
BAGS OF GOLD by my German music composer, born. the American girl" born in Chicago -
ants after me. Bat If HubrJz and tbe OF SOCIAL Died July 28, 1750.1.63WiUiam .
t out his band flat on friar are set free-tten you talk?" Died July 22. 1932.
ESTRADA.p ,_ . I
the table, the palm turned up. "After that I can say a few more LEAGUE J. )facNeven.Iri 1885-Raoul Gervais Lufiery,

in the attitude of one who Is about words to you-and perhaps then I f h patriot New York physicianand the greatest American ace in th
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can talk with Estrada. 1 can tell bfm i
to make a great offer. j professor, first scientist to establish World War, born in France
lie said: "We should! bare met exactly wants." where to find the thing be '. SAYINGS ON THE GOLF COURSE 1 BUSY BEE OUTFIT There will be a meeting at the a chemical laboratory in (father New Yotk born). Shot

recreation department of the I Xew York. born in Ireland Died down 19 1918.
before. EI Keed and Estrada have "Good" murmured Juan-Silva, I I May ,
things to talk about. And. to be' Maria had come Into the room. I. I DOWNS ATHLETICSIN FERA at 11 a.'m. Friday, and I.in Xew York City July 12, 1841. -- -- -

quick and short. Rnbrit was carry. "Call Emilio." said Juan-Silva. By SWINKY SWANKY ,etch: and every club that wishes PALACEKazan
ing away from a place we know She brought a guard {nstantly to Hi Lofts A Hifh O.ei 'and I looks for it myself.! I'm t to enter the Social piamondball I I 1763-Jean Paul Richter, German

about, one-half of a thing which we the farther door. j i :Meeting IIi Malone on the,'No. through, through! Never again!, I author-humorist, born. Died the Dog Marvel in

both had seen." "Get Rubrlz and the frlarcom- | 3 fairway, after he had made'Ii And I cut the fairway in two! i DIAMONDBALLI League are welcomed to be present Xov. 14. 185.1806Benito. JAWS OF JUSTICE
or send some one to represent
As Ire said this he put his other manded Juan-Silva. "}::nock off their tremendous drive of 57 yards, two Think of that! Cut it in two, !| Reel
and Short
them. Serial
baqd. In an unconscious gesture, chains and their steel collars, and feet and eight and threequarterinches and I can't find ball, and do | I I Juarez, Mexico's'
his heart bring them here." my EXCELLENT EXHIBITION WAS i, This meeting is for the purposeof hero-president, born. Died July 10-20e
over said I to Hi: they help me to look for it? Do Matinee: 10-lScj Night:

"Now. then" said the general, The guard opened his eyes, backed j' "IIi. Gravy tells me you're I they ask me if I found it? Do }, STAGED AT BAYVIEW PARK drawing the league.a schedule and arranging 18. 1S72.

"what Rnbrlz was taking was restored through the doorway and was gone. !cmewhat peeved over what I said they care whether or not I've
] Thus far five clubs have made 1841 Mathilde Blind English
After that. for a long moment I 'i ,
to who better knew about in hunk LAST EVENING TERMINATING -
a man you my of 'poul-I found it? I'm through, I'm'
how to use It. What 1 want to talk to Juan-SIlva fingered the fat sides of i' oy'." through-..finished!i" J I i inquiries about entering. They} author, born. Died Nov. 26, OVER-SEA HOTEL
about Is the second hair! You the bags of gold. In his bright eyes j IN SCORE OF 3 TO 1 | are the recreation, administrationand 1806.
:yon "Peeved? No-sir-ee
I'I'I S\\inkyJ! I: And Kirschy, the veins in his ..
there life than ever. of the
was more departments
can tell me where It IsI"! Instead I'm proud exceedingly neck garage 917 FLEMING STREET
After this there was a as big as a ship's hawser!'
long pause FERA lighthouse department 1853 Lorinda Munson Bryant
"Not :yet!" exclaimed Juan-Silya.Xot j I I' !proud, but I would have been far, Koosestepped over to No. 7 and ; -Room*-
tapping at a door, and a !guard ap- and the U. S.
a word more to hIm my son' fur prouder had you tacked an hooked into the woods. The Busy Bees and the new army. With Running Water, 11.00
peared to announce: "They are put j I one Games will be Saturday r-
I've named" my price and I expect : In the next room, sefior. Both of j addendum to my title of the, I met Gus the following day Athletics played a wonderful afternoons. played DON'T FORGET TO SEE Person With Bath $1.50

my money. i them are there." World's Wort Duffer, because and began to berate him for not game of diamondball last night. "Miss Cherryblossom"Friday __ a P r nWEEKLY

lie began his cackling. husky The Kid stood up from the table. I'm a sticker for the truth. I'm |! helping Kirschy to look for hisi I The Athletics held them scoreless March 22 l' RATES

laughter. "I've heard that they're In the next | the World's Worst Duffer with 1 ball when Gus interposed: : then with' CASA MARINAKey Newly Renovated
for four innings, and
"Twenty thousand-twenty thousand room. Let me see them first, to make |. one exception; note what I !say:1, "Hold on a minute Swinky! High School Auditorium New Equipment
and every penny of it back sure. Then Eli tell you the rest ONE exception, and that ONE ex-, Kir ,
unless he..talks. Twenty thousand is Juan-Silva i-" .., t -.... .. __ I ceptio Sid McPhid and Jim 'through that wire grass, slightly; Molina dropped a fly from Brady's American Plan Reserved Seat at Page's SOc NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE

a fortune/Juan-Silva." I! Koodle de Flu and Bobby H3rtin -1 i to the left of the green that j bat; and hV'Bakers" scored their. 200 Delightful Rooms, each
f, "Thirty;thousand.," Insisted JunnSllva \ 1 rtE HAD turned Ms liattt'whlIe, hen I ton and SwinkySwanky and Bob| sod rliJ ed, like. a flock of hissing ,first run. : I ;with Private Bath --- 1

i 'Tbirty thousand., /md.not was SIJM speaking, when: he her Harris." .. '''rattlers as it tore through the "The AtblttIcsored'their! only Evening; Dinner .'...u.__ $2.00 -
peso less Thlrty Is what I heed arid head btWnd him a rushing and a I run of t'h'e' 'me"in the 'first inning I Pirates Cove Fishing'Camp KEY WEST

I grass!! but he had a vision that he g Luncheon ......__....? 1.50
what 1 mast have It rounds out-It flopping noise' like the beating of I Swallowed Up .1. raw ida ball bulleting down thf when Gopher hit' to his Afternoon. Tea .........._ .51 Florida COLONIAL HOTELIn
completptle"erythtng-It makes me wings, and a little rattling like the i The other afternoon Gus Strunk; brother and w s'sa1W"on error. Pirates Core
fairway, so. I said to myself,, 'All an .or a la Carte
a free min!" sound of dice in a box. : I 20 Miles From Key West on
0 whirled Maria with her Earl! Russell and Kirschy werwhl'ling [right,'ttle boy; go and findit., The Leo :'opez singled{ to right and ,Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with the Center of the Business
\IIe see I the Overseas Highway
Tbe general glared at him tils audI!' \the Gopher took second. Ward forced
around the
hands fastened in the throat of old course, !Stt is, Swinky, if Kirschy cut Casino and1( 'Theater District
mustaches spreading and closing Juan-Silva. Ho was vainly beatingat I when they came to No.6, Gas I fairway in. two, the cut was so Leo at second and Gopher went to I Masseur in Attendance SWIMMING POOL
like the whiskers of a walrus. into the Earl Ward went to second. Catcher FINE CUISINE
her face, tearing: at her wrists spanked one woods deep and.wide it swallowed up his third PETER SCHUTT Mgr. First CIa.Rr.proof-
Still with his glance of hate nxed said he threw to second and Gopher ,
with his claws while as she shook dittoed and Kirschy ball. First Class Accommodations Senibl Rate
on the old man Estrada said: "You I him the teeth rattled together in his I, -treaked a beauty, over the top went home. Ward was trapped off I Write or Telephone for

have the money Alvarez, and you gaping mouth. of the first bunker, that cut the I The Back-Neck Smile second.In ReservationsRates COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN
have another part. Lascar. Put It on The Kid ran for the strugglingpair fairway in two. I I While Gus has tucked away in I the seventh the Bakers scored -

the table." : but before he reached the spot I Gu*. Earl and their retinue his forgetery the hole in one he their only earned run of the : $5.OO to $7.00 Per Day Garage Elevator

Each of them picked up from the Maria: had Jumped back and run I tramped into the woods to hunt I made the other afternoon, Kirschy game. Bethel doubled to left and NEVERBEFORE American Plan Popular PricesRichardson's

floor very heavy bags. When they from the room, leaving the old man for their" kresses.'while Kirschy' is still hablando mucho about it. Armando Acevedo followed suit.I -. ---i

were dropped on the table the heavy with his head fallen on his neck anda I' galloped up and down the fairway!!i "You know, Swinky," Kirschy In the eighth they scored one ,"- .

wood was shaken by the Impact bloody froth on his lips. looking for his twofer. Like good I I said unto me, "Eddie's smile was more for good measure. Brady hit I . . .

"It Is here-It is true!" said Juan. lIe crumpled. small as tho body I and true Scotchmen, Gus and Earl | really longer than his drive when another high fly to .center and SUCH A I I Grocery r
Silva "It need not be counted. I of a child his head resting across the half that onetimer because Molina again dropped the ball. I ARCHER'SGROCERY
:stayed in garden patch i inn jhe cupped ,
trust you gentlemen. I trust yon his the table. I SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE
arms on
hour or so" and finding their i| there was no end to his smile and Lucilo singled to left and Brady FRIDAV i .AND SATURDAY
peifectly Maria-old fool-witch- I
The Kid was certain that this was I
balls, flicked them to the green j( his drive was only two-ten. You've scored. ., SPECIALS ,
tie up the bags again Thirty thou- death, but as he leaned over the af this low price! I : \
In the meantime, Kirschy had : heard people talk about an ear-to- The Athletics had a good chancein -
pesos! Thirty thousand- he heard last faint I
body a whisper: "The Store That Serves TASTE TELLS
I walked a couple of miles up and I ear" smile, but a smile of that kindis the ninth. Gopher, first baiter
"And every coin of It back said "And the damnsd: shepherds freeze You've tried the rest.
down the the to to third. Leo forced You Best"BETTER
and longer singled
fairway, really a simper compared up
the general"unless El Keed talks to their feet in the frost outside- f .Tl" Now the best-
us!I" The last thought of Juan-Silva he walked the more he fumed j t what Eddie's was. His smile ran ''him at second. Ward sacrificed FOODS AMERICAN try Coffee

"Ah. bit he'll talk" said Juan- was. in his grim way a happy one. I and the redder he got. When he ,. all the way round to the back off|I Leo to second. Cerezo drew a walk ft __ 20e and 25c,
Silva. "13: Keed has seen my ltlle! lIe began to slip sidewise in his ?aw that Gu and Earl had holed j jhis neck. As he strode jauntily I| and Gabriel ended the game by e" UnezceMed Set-rice-Lowest .- ._ J

ways In the valley. lie knows that 1 chair, and when the Kid straightened I their put! and were trudging toward over to No. 8, I, who was a few i i popping up to the pitcher. Prices Red Hills Syrup, 3 tans 25c

could persuade him to talk!" the body again, the head fell I : No. 7, clutching his bag till feet behind him happened to lookat In the field, Gopher made some I 4. i. : : Butter Ib __ ._._ 33 He
"Do you think BO7" said Montana loosely and dead dim eyes lookedup the ribs' of his clubs squeaked, the back of his neck and sawl I[ wonderful catches in left. Leo Catering to those who always Maxwell House Coffee, Ib 32cBliasi

deliberately. He pointed at the other at Montana with an abstracted I thundered: I two ridges. that looked like upper Lopez, Martinez and Nodine play-1 wa.i : demand the finest in' foods, Coffee, Ib
three. "You think Juan-Silva. that amusement. "This is my last game, my last! and lower lips stretching' ed wonderful for the losers andA. I prompt and efficient service Kaffa Haag, Tb 48c

I'll talk to them and tell them what And then the Kid thought of two I rpend hours looking for their I into the most contented smile I Acevedo and Joe Hale for the and prices as low or lower Tomat e., can ......... 5c

I know about the other half of the things-the carriage which waited hall- but just let me lose' mine have ever seen." I winners.At !. than elsewhere. We carry one Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c} 10 Ibs. 49e
emerald crown? Juan-Silva. you in the patio with the four steaming: bat the leaders were Cas- of the largest stocks of staple Milk, can ?_ 'lOc and lie

think that 111 talk and let them take white horses, and that singular; gesture tellano with two safeties in three H and fancy Groceries in the city. Cream, 6 cam .o__ 40c and 43e

me away afterwards to make sure of Estrada towards his heart .....e..s.a............. I I tries, and Lucilo with one in two We v elcome responsible accounts Fresh Eggs, doz 30c and 3Sc
New Potatoes 6 11,.. lie
that what I've told them is the when he spoke of the lost emeralds COLORED SCHOOLBASKETBALL ,
attempts. Old Potatoes, 10 Ibs. .-.._. Z2c
trutur of Our of CLASSIFIED I
Lady Quadalupe. Score by innings: R. II. E. I Salt, 3 'PIE" _..-_- lOc
The old man he'd' out his two lie was instantly at the door in I lONE STOP SERVICE
TEAM Athletics 100 000 000-1 4 31 J- -a Sweet Potato, 5 has. .-- 20C
hands. the corner, and wrenching It open Q.' "GENTUMEN"During Guavas, 2H size can .,_ 'zOe
COLUMN Bees 000 010 llx-3 6 4 :, Whether need Meats,
w you
"You be said"are children. Per he looked In on Drother Pasuial: / 'Q the rest few Pears, 24 size can 22c
haps there is other and :Mateo Hubrlz. They leaped at Batteries: Ward and Gabriel;! -, / I've been driven II Fish Turtle, Fruits, Oysters
no In the CITY years
person up RETURNS TO 1 Peaches, 24 size can __. l9c
. ...-......-........... W. Gates and M.\ Acevedo. bccauscoaeccsvicyimo:4.eis
world who understands how to move the sight of him. : Vegetables, or Dairy Products, Slam Rice, 5 n,.. ,_ _ 3Sc
i the minds of men-and their tongues "1 knew!" cried the friar. "I toM: LOST Summary: Errors: Brady 2,1 / thC loirrr-priced 11201 Baked BU ., 6 can lie
bls-ks'-my beard suffering ) call Archer's Grocery.We .
k-as I do. nut-we try the soft way Mateo that It was your work. I DOUGLASS SCHOOL AGGRE. Higgs Lucilo Molina 2. Martinez;!, because of the short- Jelly,3Ibboz : -.24e
[int.' Shall talk with him?" knew -" two base hits: Bethel Acevedo. ( '' of pocLet- Hoar'6 tb sack .__, 2Sc
I LOST-$80.00 in bills in vicinityof r comings my meet all competition with
".\1011('." said the Kid. "1 could "Peace. peace Pascual: !" exclaimed I CATION MET SEVERAL OUT. Castellano; sacrifice hits: Ward, 'S., book.Now your Probak Crisco, 1H tb can 30c
hale an agreement with you-but Rubriz. and he raised hs! First National Bank. REWARD Rueda; struck out: by Gates 4, by e / Jr. has again brought low prices and high quality Crisco: 1 tb can ?.,_,_ 20
'one. Jnan-Sllva." hand to command the silence, and if returned to "M", FITS DURING TRIP TO Ward 2; walks: off Ward 2. off back shaving comfort at Oraltine, small ..--- 35c
II of The Citizen. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY German Chocolate 3 cakes 25c
care POINTS no extra cost.
waited for tbe words of the Kid.:: UP STATE Gates 3; left on bases: Busy Bees I

E CAREFUL of him" broke In "Juan.Silva sits dead in the next mar212iMISCELLANEOUS 5, Athletics 8; double plays: No- /1"LtugcneLeonhan San Jose.Cal (- Phone 67 814 Fleming St. Phone 658-R Free Delivery. .

the general. "This sort of a room-a woman was the finish of dine to Castellano Gabriel to .
For the first time in the history Unsolicited letters like Eaton and Elizabeth Streetsdon't ,
devil if he's him said the Kid. "In the beyond I
ngo cornered would room -
time of 1:10
: umpires -
of Key West, Douglass High Lopez; game ; ,/ this prove the amazing
t-e the that sits and Lascar ., I
pleasure of Lining bole Estrada
you School : Gonzalez, Lopez and Ca- quality of Probak Jr.Try -.-- -
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he was killed himself." and Major Alvarez beside him." REPAIR. was represented at the this uniformly keen and
Ihut the old man held up his hand "God." murmured Rubrlz, "has: radiotrician. State High School Basketball! 7 smooth-shaving blade. 1-I
ED authorized standing W. L. Pet. I
by League :
fid smiled at them. consented to fill my hands! I shall Tournament held at the FloridaA. CetPiobakJr from your 'i 1 want James. back7sobbed
Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela ' Lopez. .... .... .... I 0, 1.000 I .
& M. dealer's-a
"Go into the other room. Show die happy today! College, Tallahassee: ) .ror. T nearest remarkable -
street. Phone Busy Bees .... _. 10 value .
Fla. ?w 1.0001 "s' at
liem the way Maria. Give th'm' "Follow me. said Montana. "If I Shave 866J.1eb23.Irnox I p
Athletics .. '02 .000 , blades for only J9c or a '- : I. Jane 'Northrup
rinks. My friend El Keed..w IlTialk: haLf. h.wits of a child. 1 know The team,left Key JPre.t'.Sundaj'molning. : T"n I L, ". ., ., special trial package of
with me alone. Perhaps we hall that the rrcond: : half cUbe crown of I .March 10.. 6n Monftajy1 .,,. 1orlOc.
persuade one another to something emerald! fc ,nf'rthD coat of Es- READ the advertisements in The night the "Tigers"*'met the West -' ,,' / Pm&AJ.i.assdt 1 ul despise him .. .'1 wouldn't marry him'if he were'the

worth while." trada, near his heart. V.o must have II Citizen. You will find it tf a Pajm Beach.Basketeerg.tjtjiougi.th 'JMONROE'THEATERCaroe! 1Ci&ae.'.d Pa5z& ertPRBAI "last man in 'tlaewortsL) but I'u"t bear 'to have that

The general, nervous, glancingover It before we.leave. Do you hear me. profitable diversion. # Timers lost when the I ipcore? LoinbariT-Chester Morris Leslie Harris ; and snatching.
his shoulder" left the room, Mateo? Wipe the killing! cut of your were considered, the display; 'jff- V1 i THE CAY BRIDE < miserable crowing over me "

shaking his head as he went. Maria mind. Think, man!" BICYCLESWE team work and superb sportsmanship 'X Eli] *"8 Landi-Gary Grant in JUNIOR away the only eligible prospect in New Concord.
parsed It with them and closed the "Estrada! only!" groaned Rubrlz far outweighd this defeat. 'ENTER MADAME
door, her tray of drinks through his set teeth. "Let the
shivering I
RENT by the Hour, Day or The group then journeyed & MAOI MU ATM -
with a musical tinkling. others live, bnt :give nio Estrada." makes and Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orche- : REG US.PAT.O5F.
Week. Repair all Tallahassee arming Wednesday
"Now?" said Juan-Silva. waiting. "Keep him back: Pascual. said Nu-Enamel. We tra. 15-20c; Ni,Lt, .lS-25c OTHER PATENTS PEND.NC
paint them with afternoon. At the drawings the
"If I go with them" said Montana. the Kid-"he's turned into a wild
"I go to my death. I want a price for beast-and I'll go forward with this I carry a full supply of parts. Tigers were elected to play San- .. --
that Just as you want a price for my myself, alone." Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand ford Hi. and after a stiff battle
talking" "No!" exclaimed Hubriz. "I shall sell them as low as $1.00 they were eliminated Among the

"What price do you ask?" Inquiredthe be as a child in your bands. Do as I per week. J. L. Stowers Music spectators were many authorities 1151I

old man. you wish. Give commands and I I Company. marl8-lmo on basketball who expressed! themselves

-Rubrlz and Brother PascuaL" obey them!" ; as being very favorably impressed -

Juan-Sllva smiled. "El Keed Is a They entered again that big room. i PIANO TUNING with the team and looked

good friend." said he. ".\nd If they "1 am opening the door yonder" forward to a brilliant future as

are set free-If they are sent out of said Montana. "I shall ask Kstrada j I PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- most of its members are of Junior

the Valley of the Dead-what will to come in. alone. Stand one of you i i reno. Excellent piano for sale High School classification.The I

men say-of me?" on each side of the door. Mind, the cheap. 1018 Division street. Tigers! received a trophy

"You are leaving, yourself" answered others must hear nothing, neither mar9-lmo I recognizing them as the best out

Montana "You have the Alvarez nor Jack Lascar. P ut as Es. I. fitted team at the tournament.

money there that rounds out your trada comes through, make him I TOR SALE Aside from this they received special " !
fortune. -
speechless I commendation for their' good
"True" said the old man."But the Copyright., JJJJ Harper 4 rotcTiJ I TYPEWRITING PAPER 500 demeanor and excellent (conduct

the valley back remains as the source and Tomorrow Montana begins hit |I sheets, 75c. The Artman Press Sands, Gallagher Riou and 'Wil .
log of my fortune. It must i The bade label is I. So that and thdt ' the'matchmakers
daring scheme. i ang7ELANK llama were outstanding in both was it . ., was why

- -- .-. -. I gzjnes. The trophy is now on display an important were putting their heads together In the little Missouri
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SALES BOOKS. guide to
. ................ .. I at the Douglass school. river town which is the locale of
w wwww ; of lOc each 3 for 25e at The when buy a
America, born at: Dloomington, or Douglass High School was represented you
I Today's Birthdays i i 111.. C9!) years: ago. I Artman Press! Phone 51, Citizen at the conference of lowpricedstraight

.........S..SCS. o... Building. octlS Florida High School coaches by whiskey. : .
Professor Walker. The conference I The facts on G R ( fiT RICHES
Lt. Gen. Hunter Liggett, U. S. I I Albert Kahn of Detroit noted PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed placed the state in five districts Windsor's label ;sor I

A., retired, of San Francisco, born'at 'I :architect born in Germany, 06 cards, $1.25. The Artman Key West belonging to the fifth are what especially ,

Reading: Pa.. 78 years ago. ;! sears ago. Press ug7 district with Fort Pierce, West I recommends By frtateti Hoice :farhhim

MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale and Windsor.

Dr. George E. Vincent educator ' Dr. Samuel T*. Capen. chancellor sheets $1.25. The Artman Miami. j The author of "Wild Deaht,", the 'prize-winning 'Re'
former president of the Rockefeller
Foundation, born at Rockford , of the University of Buffalo Press, Citizen Building. The trip served another pur-, bellion" and other novels tells her latest story with rich
Douglass school
as was represented -
111. 'Z I years ago. N. Y., barn at Somerville, Mass., Jnn27tf! pose at the conference of i humor and a rare insight, into the lives and emotionsof
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at, Florida principals which convened. human people. You'll enjoy it
I PRINTING-Quality Printing "BfifM ; very
Dr. Thomas S. Gate?, presidentof the Lowest Prices.! The :March 14 and lasted another day.I 1UD ,. ._..._.
the University of Pennsylvania! I Perty. Bullen of New York Press. ArtI'man Prof. Walker received many coni-' W1 1- The Citizen''* Next Serial

born in Philadelphia f R2 years ago. |I City. 30 tyearc' Amnean' corre- I i pliments for his talks graphs and ] ; W'.f0l.:1.
'11pondcht t>f lABdon' Dajiy Telegraph OLD PAPERS FOR. SALE-Two charts showing the progress of the I 'e.-:: *t ,_ ; : :: Starting Monday March 25

Gen. James G. Harbord, board torn j in Enhn7, years.ago. 'bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of! school' from September, 1933, to: )J. ,
chairman of the Radio Corporation. I lice octlC, February, 1935. -pmJjMytaad cA DIMMM ./NafMMwl Dotfllm EuaHin Ofetft N.w Y."N.Y. ..S..S..I a...' ...o..I I e a Es i I..I S I..S 5 4 I S S I.S.SO.


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SOCIETY [ II CN: Notice To Sabttriben

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The Muki\ Muki Oh! Club, a
-.- local organization composed ex- Miss Alice Edith Drake, who Temperature tonight and Friday, little change Pleas b. prompt In pafint

Nina de Lisa Leslie Editress clusively of young Key West women was spending a few days in Miami Highest _.._u. .,.81 the carrier woo deliver y..r

'PHONE 752-J will tomorrow evening holda returned yesterday. Lowest ___....-........-_..__" .73 I :- I I paper. He pays The CitUe

Slacks Dance at the Cuban Mean ......_.............._.....__....77 .. 15 cents week for the paper -
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Club.A. Atwood Sands left yesterday Normal Mean ..........._ I THERE IS no flower In the garden and sells it to yoa far 20
Planned For special program of dance afternoon Miami for short RainfallYesterday's \ \; as attractive or as fragrant
Many Features a cent*. His profit; for d.Ii.l ...
t I ,
f the For It
music is being arranged :for the, $" ; as rose. general: use
visit, expecting to return tomor Precipitation T. Ins. ,
fa untnrpatsed and at the same Inc !I. 5 eent..eekly ..chsubscriber.
Rotary Ann Dinner Tonight occasion, and prizes will be givento row. Normal Precipitation .... .04 Ins. I time there Is no other class of OB
,, the wearers of the most colorful .T"I. rrrord seven :..-.r p.ri..4rndlMK r. .} I plant,to abused and neglected. If Le is .ot paid
-- i and tasteful slacks in evi at M .>l wlk. ...1. ni.r.l.K. t : / % . . IIC: 10.... Not TV. Citise.
'The Rotary Ann Dinner and( ranged, it is announced that sev-! dence. There will be other prizes Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lowe ref tl i Tomorrow's Almanac il I ROSES should have a rich loamy

,Dance to be held tonight at Casa i eral of the cast of the spectacular'i given also, and it is expectedthat yesterday for their home in Miami >; i Sun rises .....m_.......... 6:29 a. m. . soil almost bat will grow kind satisfactorilyIn of soil to : llllll.l..l

Marina promises to be one of the.i| "Pirates of Penzance" operetta the affair will be very enjoyable after spending a few days i Sun sets ..... ..-............. 6:39 p. m. o. Fair I which numn any and proper plant
presented some time ago will and well-attended. with relatives. ,,,- .. .. .
: : tIr. Moon rises XJP1? p.m. x." ::ry' food has been added.. TWO\ BUILDING
gayest and most brilliant affairs!I, participate in this evening's en- i Moon sets .._..sA-i. 733 a.' .m.Tomorrow' in tepiperature. ; gentle easterly . . .
: winter social] IN PLANTING in locations '
of' the Key West tertainment. winds. roses
i I Poetic Symphony :\ and Mrs. Herbert L. Class Tides where roses hare been previously PERMITS ISSUED
season. Mrs. Eva Warner and George Event of Lake Mohawk N. J., arrived A.M. P.M. Florida: Fair tonight and Fri- remove the top soil and re

The event, tendered annuallyby i'! M. White will render several lovely PostponedAt yesterday from Hollywood, and High ._..............10:44 11 :47 day; little change in temperature. place with new soiL One foot -

the Rotary Club to the ladies vocal selections, accompanied' I will spend several days withfriends. Low..........._....... 4:27 5:12 Jacksonville to Florida Straits square for each plant is about
ol: ,the organization, wives of I at the piano by Mrs. Janice Maloney -{, a meeting of the committee I : right 0 0 There were but two applicationsfor
I Barometer at 8 today:
members and their guests will! : Lewis, and this phase of the |: chairman of the First I a. m. Gentle southwest or west winds THE PRUNING of most roses building and repair permits
'begin' with a dinner in the din: entertainment is looked forward; national Poetic Symphony Inter-I! Sea level, 30.20. over north portion: and gentle should be done in the Spring
.._ made at the office of Harry Baker
iig room of the hotel, followed,, to with particular anticipation. { yesterday afternoonith Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles B. Pen- easterly over south portion ands' before the growth starts. The
by a dance in the grand ball-! The entire evening is expected i E. Berkowitz. general chairman, nell, who were spending a few!I Lowest Highest fair weather tonight and one exception Is the climbing building, inspector, during the
which is being especially: to be one of unusual charm and|i iI I it was decided to postpone the lays! in Key West, left yesterday I Station- Last Night Yesterday Friday. rose which should not hare a week ending March( 21. Issues
room Abilene ............ 62 7i East Gulf: Gentle east or southeast complete pruning until after they
,i made for
were :
;decorated for the occasion. I enjoyment one of the outstanding -|I afternoon for their home in Paterson winds. hare flowered.
Inaddition to the splendid events of the year in the The original date set for this' N. J. Atlanta ............ 58 80 :Eat Gulf: Gentle east or southeast New floors at 531 Elizabeth

dance program that has 'been ar- land city.1'arkcr is-I symphony was March 29, but as'': Boston .............. 38 60 winds. THE POPULAR hybrid tea street. Owner, R. Albury; cost
there are a number of other affairs roses which are especially $50.
.. .
-- Buffalo ........ 42 52
with the sales
and entertainments to bci i G. F. Edwards adapted to producing cutting New roof at 525 Elizabeth
Public Charleston ........ 62 82 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe over a long season were
department of the Florida : roses Saunders
around street Owner II. W,
Lopez SolemnizedAt given that time it was decided beautiful ;
I Knight- Marriage to give the entertainmentlater ] Utilities and attached to the: Chicago .m........ 46 GGc originated but tender by crossing,tea rose with the 4 f cost, $100.

in the season. local branch left yesterday, accompanied c ............ 32 60 ...; western disturbance moved ); hardier hybrid perpetuate. These ,
This Denvf.r
St. Paul's Church Morning I by Mrs, "EdwanlsjifbrWest Detroit Li U -_-_ 40 r:)6 rapidly northeastward to the Lake rose+ are hardy enough to winter Subscribe; to The Citizen.
I MMt ___ .............800..1 I Palm Beach where he has m.m ; t Hii n and Ohio.( Valley} Sault Ste. well In the latitude of New York t' a
.... ... 66 72'I although late mulching adris"f -
*f-tl'he'mari e'otM' Ss Nell Rose pink. radiance roses, while the I i been transferred. ajj I M: : IIMrs. {'Gaivet''t.on r Marie, Mich., 29.80 '''inches, causing able.. '.. :i '.
,: I of honor wore yellow Today's HoroscopeToday I I Havana ......._... 68 \ '. . .
{ matron a I Ii j ,
i t nignt'f :daughter> of Mr. and Mrs.t tJ : rain during the )list 24 hours
silk :sport suit with matching accessories eoeooeooooo..eeooaeoa. i i FrancU'Pdrdy', ,of ''New Iiuronitt\ :;...........34 52 : i IN SELECTING your roses,keep I
Knight tom
tf of Washington, street.oseph' of the extreme upper Dississi! In mind that a short stocky or a
1S and carried a nosegay Jacksonville ...... 66 88 P-i I '
from a
York who returned "
a critical and it City, :
Lopez of and day wIi, la than a TYPEWRITINGPAPER
to) son Mr. i :eastward over the Lake region heavy plant better
,. '" ltI'L I pink radiance roses. generally produces persons of Havana, Cuba, .atuiday:: : and, KanaJlCity! __.... .1-1 74 t I taller light one.
..Mrs.- Leo LOpez of'Ceorgid street! Both Mr. and Mrs. Lopez are considerable influence depending viMted! with her cousin Wallace: KEY WSST ...... 73 81 and thence southeastward over the II I . i
solemnized i this morning a'' well known in Key West, being ,': is MOST ROSES grafted and i
was upon their various walks in life. Bryant Kirke, and Mrs. Kirke, middle Atlantic states. Pressure are i
Little Rock ...... 66 8-1
J nigh nuptial 'mass at St. Paul'si; members of the young social set.' There i is a strain of egoism; the left yesterday afternoon for her, I also low this morning over the should be- watched tor shoots
both graduates of the Lis Angeles __ 46 60 coming up from the ground. If 1
Father ArthurB. They are mind is trained home. m Rocky Mountain states and Pla-. 1r
Church here, with j on high things; but 1r r
class of '32 of the Key West High Louisville .......... GO 78 I allowed to remain the strong!!: i
Dimmick officiating. there is a rigid, unbending strain teau region, Salt Lake City, Utah, shoot from the manetta stock r
The ceremony was attended ,School. Mrs. Lopez is in the recreation that should' be watched carefully.All Willard Russell, of the local Mia.mi ....m..m 72 78 29.74 inches, and rains have oc-I upon which the rose has been S 75ci

plY by the immediate families of I department of FERA the characteristics of the day 'border patrol force U. S. immigration : :.Iinneapolis ...... 36 50 curved along the Pacific coast,! grafted will take most of the life
of '
Miss Knight and Mr.: Lopez and j! while Mr. Lopez is an employe are good ones, in moderation. I I service, returned yester. except in southern California, sap from the. rose.. .
Ithe I South Florida Contracting and : New Orleans .... 68 82 c Package of 500 Sheet
their intimate friends. The bride : day from Miami where he attended -' where pressure is relatively high i
Engineering Co. New York ..._..... 42:: 66i ROSES WERE an Important partof
of honor Mrs.Jiillard CARD OF THANKS I of the Florida and has increased some-
had as her matron a meeting pressure the gardens of ancient Rome.It GOOD QUALITY BOND
Johnson, her sister, and i i i Following the ceremony this unit. i Pensacola ... ...-.. 6-1 72 I what over southeastern dsitricts,'! !is generally believed that the i

Leo Lopez, Jr., brother of the ;:: morning the couple left by motor Most sincerely do we thank all i Pittsburgh ........ 54 66St. I Jacksonville 2nd Tampa, Fla.,I rose was the first flower to be i PAPER

groom, acted as his best man. I I' for a honeymoon trip to Miami i whose assistance of whatever na- Gwynn Bethel deputy sheriffat Louis: ..:....... 54 82 30.26 inches. Temperatures have I I II value.cultivated for its ornamental I :
The bride was gowned in a and West Palm Beach. On their i ture aided us during the recent Matecumbe, arrived yesterdaywith I fallen in the northern Rockies and . .
white sports outfit with accessories I', return they will be at home to : illness and after the death of our two prisoners who had been i. Salt Lake City. 40 48 I Plains States but are still above I II THE ROSE which keeps longest I II THEARTMAN -
to match, and carried a cor- I their bo"st of friends at the Johnson i loved one Mrs. Sarah E. IWer. arraigned before Peace Justice San Francisco 4-1 56 I normal except in Montana and as a cut flower is one which is
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l of lilies of the valley and,.! Apartments on North Beach. \\'e especially wish to express our E. It. Lowe'and sent to Key West Seattle 36 !i North Dakota and have risen in cut in the bud In the early mom- PRESS
age I .............. 64 88i '
Tampa the bud is beginningto
i Missis- ing Just as ;
appreciation to the donors of the ;i for trial in criminal court. 5 most sections east of the
--- i ____.. 52 G41Yilliston unfold. ,
many handsome floral tributes Washingt.on I i fippi River except in northern e, e
} .. .. 48I Citizen Bldg.PHONE .
Several Outstanding Winter and those who gave the use! of!i J. V. Martin, of Key West, whois 1 .m. 18 | New England, with readings 29 THE GARDEN should be a part
I their autos We assure one and visiting in other sections of the I WCATHER FORECAST I degrees above normal this morn- of the decorative scheme of a 51
Visitors Leaving For HomeMr. all that their kindness will alwaysbe :; state, was registered yesterday at I i jing i in the upper Ohio valley. j liouse. It reflects the taste auJ I
remembered. the Hotel( Seminole in Jackson (Till 8 p. m., Friday) I I G. S. KENNEDY I personality of the individual as
much wall or plumes
as paper
fiiarZMtx THE FA l1LY. i ville. i Key West and Vicinity: Fair i i Official in Charge.( or draperies. 1

and Mrs. C. 1I. Stuart, of I Jr., intimate friends of Mr. and . ._- - ._- .--- -. --
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Mrs. Stuart, who are returning to
Newark New York, who Have
I their home in Toronto, Canada '
been guests at Cas& Marina for, after having spent several weeksin R : .1..4d. .:Ni.i rt.I, ,rwsrbi:{.w.;rux'% .
:a : .
practically the entire winter Reason ' the island city. from one end :t ,..

are leaving today for their'I The Messrs. Corson, guests at . T:ih
botpe.Both. I Casa Marina, announce themselves -
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart ex'I as having had a most enjoyable

press themselves as being more' vacation here, during the other .. .:
tian( delighted with their stay:I which they were entertained extensively to 1r .' .
I besides participating in .t . ,,
here during which they particularly : .x: .r "

enjoyed the fishing: the excellent swimming, fishing .:::di : : I ,:,: :::; .' '
both being enthusiastic anglers.I I and other sports ,,. : :::

Mr8t>') Stuart, incidentally, holds I It&t All of the above visitors state . .. : .,, KYN.: ... .. Q. -
. :x. -
I ....,...;..SBf-.w dW JYN.W\'h.Y'dAi Y/A' zif
record for sailfish and tarpon:,| that they intend to return next ;;;;: . x a.r a.
caught in local waters. I'season i I for a lengthy stay, so 9

Also leaving today are Ralph).! pleased are they with the quaint J"p ,

C ;lIon, Sr., and Ralph Corson,' charm of Key West. 1 .

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I Musical Comedy Will Be Given I ; : m Jij

At High School Friday Evening ::":. \::, i Ii

"A James Young-Stephen Boy- i
"Miss\ Cherryblosaom" or
Maid musical comedy[den. . : f fU
of Tokyo, a e .r ,
iii' 3 ac\a. will\ (, be presented in theiiiitt I i Jerguson.Jessica Vanderbool-Lcodawn J; From one end to the other-never, a .

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Sch'pol Auditorium tomor ; ,
Charles Smith.
tia t
'' leaf inmc'!!
14. hitter
'irW undeveloped .
evening at >8 o'clock under I Chorus of Geisha Gills: Edna .. I
ftw'direction 'of M1&! Emily Cross :Mv 'Saunders, Lottie McLean\ 't' ki3 "
Un'd''and' sponsored by the music Winifred Shine, Helen Saunders, Never a grimy,' tough bottom .Ic!: f t.I: I e '1 .. .

department of the Key West;i Edna Roberts, Carmelina Alfonsp I . .. .. .'" tf ,..
HijM School. i ,f .' (I ; Marguerite Vulenzuela, use only the fragrant,' mellovpexpcnsive : hi I '' ':'r Q.' '
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Edna Russell
The cast selected for the operetta Cleora Roberts .

u as follows: I' Edna Riggs, Margaret Dexter, center ]leaves..the I leaves that give; ,.,

Cherryblossom, brought up as Cleo Kemp. I .
the daughter of Kokemo, in J Chorus of American Girls: Y
the mildest best-tasting smoke. I
Eloise Guito, you ,
reality. Evelyn Barnes of New Mary Eleanor Boyd. l .
A. Edris Lowe. j Norma Garcia, Beatrice Spence "
York, U. S. '
Kokemo, a proprietor of a'I Barbara Carey, Marjorie Frow, iff_: do not irritate your throat-the t s why} .

Tea Garden in Tokyo Japan-Marguerite\ Goshorn Rae Louise I f .
Frank. Alvarez. Russell and Romelda Johnson. I 1'nl your best friend, day in, day out. ,
John Henry Smith a New I Chorus of American Boys:! U ; '

Yorker Warren Hill. :Mtrville! Rosam, Joseph Tinder, : ""'
Chester Gerald Finder, Jack Key, Jesus I : > '
llenry Foster Jones- / i
Knowles. Carmona, Joseph Richardson, I'i {\ .
Horace Worthington-nich..rd. I George Perpall. Anthony Knowlesand : fi;

Lund. Laurence Gomez. ?. .:J cum

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Exhibition' Tennis Match At : ,;
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'. Casa Marina This Afternoon S. .

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By popular demand there willr, Hitt, is herself a playerof ". r..tl. S Y. .r.
no mean ability. ,
be an exhibition tennis match .'t: '" t
With the* outstanding players t
played this afternoon on the, .., ti '
participating in today's exhibition ; ;r": b..r.mI'i
Casa) Marina c.ourtsth Mrs. S.1' match it is expected thata .;:. ;dJ ? ,. I '
y. ,. T.Y. .. N
S. Durfee and Ignacjo; Carbonell: large number of spectators will d }M:l. .. ." a. ;

paired against Miss Mary Lou' be in attendance. I II "' ., -, "' __':::Jji.I! .. W"fi! :xu L..:. ..+wWi. i!
Hitt and L. B. Burdick. I t .......... ... \ : ., " ;
j I \\tttilrarlSPEND!// w".r ....,
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Mte. Durfee "
of Providence, R. /?- fr''W ;
I,;, a guest at the hotel, is the]'I i >. :..
sensational player whose game LUCKIEST(
has created such a facers among!! YOUR '' ' : ... -- ;;
local tennis-minded society; and I' .1[r I is '
ti'ho. with :.Mr. Burdick. won the VACATIDMl CENTERt[LE A'{ES"tfuE I YOU THE MILDEST SMOKE

final mixed doubles in the matches I .
played last Sunday afternoon. \!' :: THIS YEAR IN = I t I t: ...'_-" '" .

Mr. Burdick will be remem- i 1 ,

bered as the victor over Ignacio: FLORIDA I 4 ;

Carbonell, the latter having won(\ 1 .I /tr .fti 1&'J
the FERA tournament earlier in f.i.orycuTHEALTHIIIIIIII

the'season. Miss Mary Lou Hitt,I!: 1 ,
daughter of Colonel and Mrs.1. / ,,\\\1t -i
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