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 22, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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System ID: UF00048666:00461
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Associated Press Day 'Wire ;, .'_ 'Key'West; Florida, has the
Service. 3 ;: She) .W" cst Citizen( most equable weather in the

For 65 Years Devoted to the ; tp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14" Fahrenheit



Movement Congress For PostponementOfllneinp1ynwnb1illanceIsSue '( ELKS THREE INITIATE MEMBERS MEMBER COMPANTARR1VES OF POWER1'House' Passes Patman Measure For I

Comes. Payment Of Soldiers Bonus; Bill


ifoliticabFriends, Of 'Roosevelt'Claimed SMOKER NIGHT GIVEN LAST THIS MORNING PLANE ON Sent To Senate For ConsiderationSTERLING

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B. P. O. Elks, 551, of Key Alex Robb, vice president and trPATfflllll.8
Chief' -
Executive Major Legislation Causes Great ,, West added three new members general manager of the Buffalo t.

Still Has AllegianceOf :4to their roster last night. The corporation ;
was an arrival by plane ANOTHER JEWFISH"He
"Natural Friends"In Tangle In Chambers Of! Senate II ceremonial of initiation was followed from Miami this morning. THREATENED SEVERAL TIMES TO

I by a smoker which was enjoyed Mr.\ Robb comes to Key West first caught a gray VETO LEGISLATION IF PASSED BY CONGRESS -

ActivitiesBy I by a large number of memo for sunshine, rest and fishing, snapper, placed the fish on a

which he has been assured be large line dropped it overboard .
COMPTROLLER House Proceeds Steadily! bers. can
had under the most delightful and in a few minute

VolumeOf 'Initiates were Clarence Thompson conditions anl in unlimited was fighting an enormous
PRICE On With Great
The Auoclalci HEARD CITING pilot on the Key West Bar; here. jewfish at least that's what Shy Al.lrd rrr.l
Uhlrf of llarraa.
..... .. they told me it Well. WASHINGTON, March 22.-The administration.
.'r..a.. .. ) Business Confront Harry Baker chief of the Key While in Key West he will be a was ,

The movement in congress to HOMESTEADS West Fire Department and Aqui- guest at the Casa Marina. whatever monster." it was it was a opposed Patman bill for paying off the soldiers bonus by

postpone unemployment insurance ing A.dministratidn'!.. line Lopez 'Jr., (county solicitor Just a scrap of conrersa. issuing $2,000,000,000 of new money'was passed today by

legislation until next session has ... I for 'the criminal court of Monroe* Mm.t'LYDIA'TENTFUNERAL tiont heard afthe'Porter'deck l > | the; House' and'sent' to the:Senate. is<

r isul J CT"TO'.I.CENE'RAL'BOND .J .: county.. Jft ,a few 'minutes after Euric .

several highly interesting feature ., BtHERBEWI'.PtJI\. MtiHj ff t --- ;JrES'1) HlSiitORNING I Ii Sterling,, had 'e usKl another PresidentaRo6ievelt"" has threatened several times to.
1'AX'LEVIES' Ackoit14JNQ"l '
: "fine jewfith, : of f
'AseiatdI'r.u.P'A. one the/oest/
# \ > veto the'legislationlf:i passed by Congress.
*"" TO CONST tUtTl N '.' WASUINQ'rON'i; Ma\Jd.: "nh r lBlINtMNNN"1a. i of' the many he baa: caught,
One i i. that the demand for1 during the '....t.,few'months." *""Senate approval is'freely predicted, but administration'learders
Ji Y'tL."' tcN1'. Y.f..o;th ;' . ''SErt . '
fir t ,
>iU'IJACED"bN! t VICES'ARE"BE- While, not as'.I
delay counter the large a* .ey. '.
run exactly to AMtffuMtN-r'it : 'rau l'8 I .. c'ounted'othat;: body to refuse to pass the i
rt, month* "of* Ih4:> ,4iht1JodiftS'-'I i is !( \ & p1* INC'CONDUCTED'THISAFTERNOON' -- 'eral others he hat taken it
expressed desire of the administration : I Thai would two-thirds
I was a fine specimen fat anJ measure over a veto. figure !
it from written there'll probably be I i in perfect condition and
yet arise (Florida Newt Service) I vote.

ORLANDO, March 22.-Homesteads -, pages devoted to the activities of !I weighed 210 pounds. The
nuemkers of who have Steamship Cuba. of the P. and !
congress : I I Mrs. Lydia Pent, 67, died 1:30 largest caught by Mr. Sterling Before final passage, the House rejected by a vote of
are not subject to general member of the house. O. S. S. ,
been regarded always .* company arrived jester i o'clock this morning in the home weighed 490 pounds. I
particularly bond tax levies, according to the !' j i 204 to 207_ the Vinson American Legion bill for paying the
day afternoon from Havana with''
They have done yeomen work. 'at 1415 Eliza, street Funeral services -
friendly to Mr. ROOM* construction.; placed upon the 58 first class passengers and 15''j; are being held this afternoon 1IIII.1'IPTIMESUNION bonus, but leaving it uo to government method of raisingthe

.elt. homestead amendment by State j Consider what the house ha i iI I second class for Key West; 131 4:30 o'clock from Ley Memorial .

Comptroller J. M. Lee in an address i done while the senate has been so first.class and one second for :, Church where the body was plac- money.It
Another is that the postponement before the annual convention Tampa. |i|I cd at 2 o'clock. Rev. E. R. Evans HAS also turned down the Tydings.Cockran-Andrews

campaign is designed to re-!i of the Association of County hopelessly tangled with the world The vessel sailed 6:30: o'clock I iof f the First Congregational I measure for making payments in negotiable funds.

Commissioners of Florida here for/Tampa with 19!) and ACCOUNT OF MRS.
"""'- .; lieve industry of a new addi-1 YCS-I court protocols, work.relieF- passengers I I church officiating 1-- ... -
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terday.Mr. freight. j!
Lopez Funeral Home is in
tional eXltense-the payroll tax, The house ha I i '
steadily ''

relied upon to pay, in part the phraseology. Lee pointed of the out constitutional the exact }: on. Brothers Setamer Company Hybeil of arrived the Lykcs in: charge: of Temple arangcmcnts.Lfdies Golden. Eagle; i BROWN'S DEMISE WRECKED SHIPLEAVING 1 SCHOOL! CIRCLE

cost of the unemployment} insurance port 5 o'clock from Rotterdam Knights of the Golden and j
amendment which specifically n-1 Its legislative batting Eagle: j
averageis took 21,476 of fuel oil I
system. on gallons Minoca Council Pocahontas arc PORT I GIVES CAMPBELL
cmpts homesteads from all taxes '!
A third is that those who do';' "other than special assessments: ; near 1.000. The major appropriation at the Porter dack and sailed 8 attending the services. Pallbearers : FORMER KEY WEST WOMAN, I ".

bills are out of the o'clock fjom New Orleans. arc Willie Bell. Edward; Weech. .
not want to act now are denying for benefits. j | EULOGIZED IN ARTICLE RELATIVE I BIG RECEPTIONSPEED
the ad. Comptroller Lee told the way. And that's true despite the Fruiter Ceiba. of the Standard;!i Upard Roberts, Richard Sklolton.i I : '
on this one specific point, J conn- STEAMSHIP HAVANA WILLSTART
fact aides Fruit and Steamship Company,1 i Wilbur Knowles and Louis 1..arrn. TO HER MANY.
that "re ty commissioners; that he con- Speaker Ityrna and his:
:: theory arrived 2:30 o'clockthis morning! !Mrs. Pent survived the '
is by
foiin" should accompany and be'' strued based a fpecial benefit certificates levy levied to Leone have given members ample opportunity from New York took on 39,343!) j,,I'wMower. James Pent; a daughtcrI -I GREAT DEEDS I ON VOYAGE. NORTH : KING PAID VISIT TO

intertwined with, recovery; that upon t to "strike out the last gallons of fuel oil and sailed 7 i t in-law Mrs. Anthony Pent; two TOMORROW j I _
against specific for -
even before the present depres-J, property IIpe- word"-a parliamentary vehiclefor o'clock for Frontera Mexico. !! grandchildren one fister, Mrs. i t i UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA)
cial benefits which were determinjctt"after"a ,, I Underthe n6'L ed ; ::; -.I.... ..._ "'" rl
ion U: .ende<|l... positive.steps' hearing: at which due "letting off kteam."- Yacht Ungava was at the dock Mary Roberts; two brother:, Anderson -| 'apti 'l OTHER DOINGS AT COLLEGE
should be taken to avert futurui \this morning for water and Ix and Peter Lones of I
pupTODAY'S >nes, After lying in the Southwest
I notice was given all concerned Five-Minute Men I I Woman To He Buried thei I '
depressions. j )lies. I I I Philadelphia. I I HERALDED
that the levy would be made. Members i
of the house are notso 1 Channel for almost three weeks
Opposition From FriendsTaken I Florida Timer-Union I I
: _. : of March 20.j
"General bonds -- -
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special -
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altogether these various I privileged as th'eir confereesat i !' .........
(SpecIal Tk
' assessments for benefit under any i, carried Mrs.i while preparations were being]! f )
aspects of the case reflect the i : the other side of the ca.. ito!. a eulogistic: story of GAINESVILLE.
*ttrctch of imagination. the comp 22.-
rise the political of a notable situation new at element Washing.in)I troller told the county commisjsioners "Striking out the last word"- l r WEATHERTemperature 1 Fannie J. Blown, who was before !i made to place the ship in condU i[,, This' city and the University of

"and I cannot see that merely entitles them to speak five her marriage Miss Fannie John- ; tion to be towed to drydock for'repairs ''1 Florida gave Sir Malcolm, Camp.

ton. I' there i is any impairment of the minutes. In the senate "striking: 'hich- -- I bell,. British speed king. a kingly
Presumably the Roosevelt sup- bondholder's contract in this! Florida Fair ron, of Key West i is reproduced -I the Ward Line Steamship reception on his visit here.
: and Saturilay
out the last word" is unknown. A -
who for delay
porters' are asking
amendment, inasmuch as the'gen- Highe-t -.. ._ 81 ; little change in tempera ,1 below I II Havana will start her !'j Campbell, with racing and city
are not seeking to stir up partisan, eral taxing authority of the conn-1 senator can speak five minutes it1 I Lowest ::__'::': :.:::::::-::::: :::.72.,! ture. I:I "Funeral rites for Mrs. Fannie !I on voyage I I, officials, arrived in Gainesville in
him. What
have opposition said indicates to rather than they he I, ties to levy taxes on hundreds of ( he chooses! five hours if he has' !Mean\ p _ P __h__..... ......_ ......76 -- :1 J. Brown, 62; cn.-hrined in the north tomorrow in tow of the a tri-motored Ford airplane"at
; trillions of dollars of other prop- the physical endurance. II. "bv, 1 10 o'clock I Tuesday morning and
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Normal I Mean 73
of Mendarin residents !
still has their allegiance but that !' '''' 1- .' memory ai': Wrecking Tug Relief. wa greeted at the
erty has not been impaired nor r i-----; I II by arl'tl'ptlon
t they believe he is making a mistake -:? been Forgetting for the moment @ the "woman of a thousand good Ii ) 1'I committee which
has the use of other sources I I The Havana went aground conducted -
and they want to save him' "gag" rules in the house which, Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. on
exhausted impaired." I j I i deeds will be conducted at 3 him to the athletic tta-
or |
from it. I I "The people voted for this ,, members themselves admit Normal. Precipitation .. .04 Ins.i I IThU I t. ..\l':J; Ii IiI I o'clock this afternoon in the.Mantamlla\ hoal. Bahama Banks, dium, where he reviewed the

By and large there has been': amendment and I think they aio'''!: (though some disapprove! ), exipedite ndlag. .rrrwrd. N .'('esters 1.."... tttt:"-.....ar.r.I.p.rhJ.. I, \t' ""I' ) ', Church of Our Savior of which' on the morning of January C, and rchool RO TC unit. numbering

very little of that attitude in entitled to the full measure of all !|.[ .the business at hand, the .Tomorrow' Almanac j I 11'f\ .\."i I i she was a devout member by the : the Tug Warbler WES at once de :500; students in a dress-parade
Washington heretofore. Those l t Rev. Janie i T. Young rector. honoring the world famousepeed
who have oPPobed specific they voted for. ]! following is true at the momentii ?Sun rises _'h. ..... ..__. 6:28 a. 111.1 1 IAt fi.; J- .. I spatched from Key Wert tu her,,
pro-j the ? "Mrs. Brown resident of Man- breaker.
I I a
'I appeal to you to urge: Sunsets ......... ....... 6:39 -. assistance.All! .
sals of Mr. Roosevelt have done i The senate hardly has con-j -- ---- p. m. t. 4. I I II' I
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]H home owners to! file their appli- i: f. daiin for 28 year, was a pative I Immediately following the pa'rade. -
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it mainly the that his' Moon rises h.mh..... 1>::5I) p. m. tl -Io.iL'! I of the passengers and Rome .
on theory : cation for exemption on the official sidered the appropriation bills t... of Key Wet and the admirable > Campbell. spoke to the assemblage -
Moon .__.....__........
sets 8:11
whole philosophy, of governmentwas : a. m. Fair of the, crew were taken by ships .
characteristics which her of students. 'ftn'Ulty.f1)t'mbt'r"
that ) won
blank before April 1, FO One has come up-the war ( e- I I gen'eratbtcelsl"jn'th"oThth1fiit'i -
wrong and would not woik. [i erroneous assessments will 1 bci Tomorrow's Tides, /'. a "" "'<1m"T.t..d'1I1 { t Sn:I to c Mj i mt pnd salvaging'tiaiksi. :, ) and townspeopfe'in IJio
partmcnt-r-anjjit I days to "' . tJ.1.t} to Florida Straits:,
In other words, his opposition'i; eliminated aDd the of f icfals' and : "' ""' 'A'.M.\ pji.,. ; !I' }. hi'th.tleii, a-tdir'y.rrs.ofli'r'lIe\ were I stalled. by the w.bl; 'i rtadium. Sir Malcolm :concluded!!
to the session; has : get. it: passed.The'Tious2. 'paWd : High ..> :>:..li:0J'; ': Gentle' varjabq| winds over 'nofth} attribute the activities of the day Jid-
present (
up 'ijegjsjature' will have thd benefitof ir"::!: } .1Yfre; ftP\hJo\tr\t} ;; \ 'lsn.n'" be later1''Joined by the He tJL r by
come mostly from his natural[!l a1lvaiIable] information,.'! ., { the tiame'bill' in a matde'r'of hours. :Low .u-i.j...juJjj ,4:55". "'''BiSSJBarqmet ': portion and! gentle; eaterly: ovet I ol; t'r.Jf ylhloc11. ,lcc.tIe4fl' oc, t NeJI1y6 ; 'III"; ;... '"I dressing the engineering"rollege:

|K>htical enemies. Now it is com.:i r "The home owners :jjhoijld} ,act i,1' The grea'ler part' ;'of?: J'e time l I'I.natlB a.u: todayf"r sou hipol-tion.ari.IIfa'w! 3th t tonight I urr I : a fternoo foIIpw.ig !! rf I1IIJ\iJ1l '1..1'tH .. I.J'In,,'" i and later making a radio aJdresa
ing to an important degree from : '' ' .. 'L "tMeietI, "rtners I aurin .It'IJ4X'I !'.r..hro p1Cfl\h) '.Ia, ltr..l em over WEtIF.Presidi'nt. .
make ;'h'ith war'department [ .t''
J I promptly to the'exemption ... . .. .. '" I Sea level, :lQ.:18sl': ,'lit. '' :\. and SatunW& 'j '
his natural political friends, who' effective," the comptroller con-<< I I. ,' ,, .which.lhe"J chdrfis'e"it! +' 4"t.saee the morning; of March .bbu; John J. Tigert. in
iJ the bumnesH 'be- East: Gulf
;, ppriation..I wa s. \ "I Gentle: easterly
arest'tking to take matters into I I.' -1 I j, 'Ahttr.uut.d} whom- ahki awaijncpr.and Warbler reading a telegram sent. by Ccsv.
.eluded. J I : and Relict towed the Ha
their own hands. ,-- ... I .f, t; i.fore the senat. Louinana's "king.ifish" : : :( StntJort .'. list': Lowest'Nighi Yesterday Highest .j.l wind..'J ?r.I QT""rKTi; }Ha '. "A 'II vana to Key Wesf'and from then, ernor Sholtz. referred.to the"n' !.
Arkansas '
Conflicting Theses 'MRS.I : and Robinson of ,I .i tl? southeas't or south winds: over j]!I "In addition to the unassuming : 'i I rage as coming from the beautiful .
AbUene ... _._..__ 62 80 hai
until this date work been
i de-mocratic'leader at; + 'i carried
DERIZANZ the were -
Me of
That change is: attracting attention Atlanta ...... ... 56 78 I ncrth portion. !II [ deed of.kindliness which endeared 'I Key Vest
i each other's throat. "Doc" Copeland I II I all on by the wrecking crews, Your find that
because the basic con. ]If Mr.. Brown to those! in correspondent
New charged ,with'' Borton ..______...... 34 42flutfalo I -
siderations: involved have an aj P- RETURNING HOMEMrs. \ of York _._ :a ,..aI stations of !life fche efficiently- jettisoning tome of the cargo and Lance L. has become very much
plication far wider than unemployment the duty of keeping' the business i I Chatle ton m 62 92) i I WEATHER CONDITIONS filled positions of trust in her making all arrangements for the intl'rcstei in the .Gainesville
other |lof the senate before the senate, ----- I She Tourist Camp. Sidney it. U
insurance church and community. was wen
or any
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Chicago ... 42 6-1 trip.The
single project. | gave up in despair. I I I The northern disturbance has secretary and treasurer of theWoman's : Tug Relief came in to the about town with the came girl
benver ..... __. ._. 42 64
Fred Derizanz who was After. days of this sort of thing of Porter week after week' I it serious
I Church Dock this fuel
What is happening on the inRUranee mcvfd ea-tward to the Canadian Auxiliary, morning for ,
: Detroit .....__... 3-1 6-1
before marriage :MN !Norah the war department :got its of the oil Billy W. got another letter from
issue: means that a considerable , : Our ,Savior. and treasurer and rtorci. and will start for
Galveston ___ ._._..66 I Maritime '
7I Provinces
: Eastport. Me., !
and ela Ijth-
bloc of Mr. Roosevelt'sown Ayala. of Key West. ; money. There are, however fiveor Mandarin Community Club. an organization ,, New York with the Havana tomor Myrna. Where' Polly? We raw
Havana ........ .. 66 29.70 .
who inches and
MIss Minnie -- the western:"
ter six more major in cultural to- Nevy'a name on a rooming house
him active row.
>oople. who want to see
] :
succeed in downing: the depression '. 'were guests for several month at;, bills to pass in review before the t huron :::::: .16 66 58JaCksonville 88 I disturbances is central this morning .!II citl and civic affairs., j( i I register in Tallahassee. There's a

and who expect enLhul'iastic.I the home of Mis. Uerizanz's sis-j senate. over the northern Plain I I "She is survived by her widow- : i 1 rote, for "Gowiping Girlie.". Har..
I Kansas ....__ 58 68 I IKEIY PLANE
ally to support him for reelection, ter Mrs. Harry C. Galey, left:; Each offers-even tempts I WEST City __ 81 Staes. Huron S. D.. 2U.70 inche | er, Charles M. Brown; one son. BRINGS IN ry Weintraub it learning to be a
yesterday afternoon for :Miami i unlimited debate. 72 ? while both of Mandarin n. M. O. c. (Big Man On the
are convinced that for his own ; pressure is high from the C. M. Brown. Jr.. -| .
Little I
good he ought: to taper off the After a short stay there Mrs.j. I'I Rule Reform? t Rock 58 66. eastern Lake region southward ; five daughters the Misses''1 NINE PASSENGERSPasengers Campus)..
period of exkerimentation.| !' Derizanz and daughter 'will! take] All of which has given rise to Los Angeles h' .u 58 over Fiol ida, Buffalo N. Y., 30.32 Fannie, Mary and Odalyn Brown. .. JJclde II. is in the Infirmary,
Louisville ... ___ _. 5-1 66 "
They are in favor of avoiding: passage on one'of the clippers ot, speculation as to whether the I I i inches. and Tampa, Fla.. 30.34 Mandarin; Miss Eleanor Brown .1.. I !fivrhatlhi*'!friends want. to know ((5
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further steps: which would put Ion the Pan American Airways for:I senate wilt on its own volition, Miami .mm 72 I inches. Rain has occurred during Lakeland and Mrs.\ David D.Wen- .: : 'I" i tMh]i'be sick or i U he getting an
Additional tax or reg'tlito-y burden -': the home in San Juan Puerto': attempt a* -reformation of its t Minneapolis '" 46 51 i the last 24 hours from northern del. Tusc2loo Ala.; one eistcr. arriving by plane. excosto see Cookie (A' nurse in

on industry, and letting; i II see! Rico. :' rules regarding: debate. Charlie t New Orleans -..- 68 82 I Texas and Oklahoma! eastward into :I Mrs. Laura Holm. Key Wet and ,'this morning,.from, ,Miami' were tHe lluj'pita1! to youse gUI).
her sister and.. and :Ne"York ....__.., 48 54 i Lulu Leve k. Frederick .Harrison, '"Akin i is
| Johnson.Miami. ) busy the
what it Accompanying iPawes as vice president Virginia being heavy in three brothers. James L. transferring
now can do for ;itself toward I portions .
Mrs1.' Galey who suggested'! Pent'Bcola .._.__.... 6/i/ 72 I I ; Wilbur Fred. W. Baynev Mabel- -Berry. names of the single gals from the
the resumption of normal i daughter was ].president of the senate of Arkanra and there has Raymond and a
industrial will meet Dr. Galt'in liam! on i I I t ruch a reform when he picked up I Ij I Pittsburgh ...... 38 68 also! been light rain in portions of Johnson. Key West. Herbert C.hamb.eriain; ,Alex Robb, City'Directory to his addressbook,

want activity.Thev to concentrate on his return from Philadelphia} j I j the gavel for the firsttinie.. The I II t 5t. Louis _m_ ..-- 56 68 1 I the North Atlantic States and on "Interment will he in the Man :, Isabel 1 Harrison. .Beatrice, Pollock Siys Tlelt meet' 'eih if he hasn'tlready.Norman

:getting: out of the prevent ('<- where he went for treatment for! razzing he received is history I,Salt Lake City __ 30 52 j !the Pacific eOf t. and light snow: darin Cemetery and the arrangements and ,Louise Taylor. ;! L we'. cigars are

l,ret''ion. and wait for what they an attack of laryngitis.: They are! There is. however, a move 1 San Francisco -- 4-1 52 I Ii I in the northern Rocky Mountain : are, in charge of the Burn. i< All of the passengers except missed. Somebody ple..e'sehd'l him
Seattle ... .... 38 48 Robb booked for
to return to Key West -- ,, )lr. are the return one. Joe Torano in town
consider a more auspicious moment expected afoot, inaugurated by Carter i and Plateau States and in northern Naugle Funeral Home. The pallbearers was seen
to begin remaking the in a few days. i| Glass of Virginia, which may be Tampa _.... .m'__ 64 86 1 1I I New England. Temperature will be: Honorary. Ted trip this afternoon.. | with a gal but he hurried around
: permanent 'I Washington _ .. r.2 80 I I'Williton .
I changes have been M. Paxton. Stanley a corner. S'matter Joe? We wonder
industrial I I I i significant.: i I generally unimportant Walters, E.
set-up. _......___ 26 38 : -
That clashes directly with th" HENS ANn FRYF.RS JUST t I The Virginian., as jealous of I with readings abnorm- Webb. Maynard Crane, Frank TICKET SALE ON if the latert edition of the

Rooveveltian thesis that there RECEIVED the prerogatives: of senators as I!! WEATHER-FORECAST J rlly highin many sections from Walston. Frank Tipping. JamesP. 'THE REDSHAWLER" "Rock Harbor Sheiks" is the man

can be no real recovery without I Strictly Fresh Killed Veal 11 I I any of his! colleagues is carrying the Plains States eastward. ., Hill R. O. Foerster. Dr. Banks *ill open at GARDNER'S with the Dime Store Gals-.that' his

"reform. The interplay these lIn''I'tern Meat : around in his pocket a resolution I ,(Till 8 p. In.. St.turday) Charleston. S. C. reported a maximum Goodale and Dr. L. W. Cunningham PHARMACY on Saturday] brother was.

two schools} of thought seems American and Cuban Cuts 1 requiring senators during the Key West and Vicinity: Fair! temperature yesterday of 92 ; active. George Dismore, March 23. from 2 ,till 10 p., m t Lance got.. a Valentine l'elegrarnconveyfnt

certain to provide the highlightof : : BERMUDA MEAT MARKET I consideration of an appropriation ;tonight and Saturday; little degrees.. j[Frank Roacke. Robert J.cks.I ., Ticket _...._--'rr----. 25Reserved I love's sweetest" story

the Washington drama in the I Plicae 861.W I I bilUo.talkto the subject. lie r change in, temperature; gentle tot I G. S. KENNEDY. 'I George lIi1 m. Edwin Jones and I Seats ....,.......-... 35 and signed "Someone. T'was

immediate future. I Cor. While and Virginia claims symMithy for his cause. moderate easterly Winds Official in Charge.,'Jack. NicholL" & - from Orlando. .

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THE RECKLESS PEDESTRIANLast .i ..s........... .....e. .
Itt mtst m :; rlll.l.l.4T.I.lII
.,- KEY WEST IN Today"Anniversaries ,................ ......._.,.......................- ......... ......... .
'Put il.hedUally Except Sunday;By the automobile fatality
Tile,ClTIZ.:\ rUDLJSniNG CO,.INC! year record
U 1*. ARTVAN. Pr..I' .t. touched an all-time high, with .a total DAYSGONEiBYHappening E :
From Th.CUI,nBulldln of 36,000 killed., One of the worst;.aspects: ,Her. .Jn st 10 Year. f.ea.....S.S....*>.....e. I <,MD PAINT SALE I
Corner Green .aad, .Ann StreetsOnly Today
of the record was the pedestrian toll. Af o At Taken Front 1812-Stephen P. Andrews ec-
The file. Of The Citizen centric New York reformerphil-
Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe. Those who believe that accidents involving -
r osopher who tried to raise moneyto

Entered' .tt Key west Florida County, as second class matter fault a of car the and motorist a pedestrian, are .sadly are alwaysthe ,mis Letters of government favoring the have commissionform been re- thus buy free all them slaves born in Texas at Templeton and- All This -Month-Or As Long As Present Stock Lasts E

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR Mass. Died 21, 188C.
taken. five of ceived The ,from .
In out every eight accidents by citizen many
Heather .! the A__Ulr4 Pre in which a person on foot was killed. by'a: res.ideouTho have called ;at',the li.j" ftUUiK, :I !. 'Regular Price: Sale Price :
'/he Associated Frees Is exclusively entitled to use : office and .expressed their' Crawford Iii : 'Per Gal. Per Gal.
.. ,approval 1813 Thomas
...r republlcatlon of all news dispatches credited to car, the ,pedestrian was entirely to blame.! .1'- '. .. S
It or not otherwise credited In. tljls paper and all. and ,others have: ,spoken to rep I I among America's great sculptors,
the local news published Leru. Thirty-four per cent of the pedestrians resentatives ef.the paper'and born in New York City. Died SHERVINVILLIA1tIS METROPOLITAN : S

who were killed because of their ed them to keep up the fight aik"l II abroad Oct. 10, 1857. FLAT WHITE, 15 : :
change :75
n ALe ATION own carelessness, were struck while 'cross Key Westers who are s. Five Gallon Cans --...-.............--.... $1' ..40 :
,the e .19 SSSCRIPTION ing in the middle of the block or against I the commission form of ,government I I 1814-August Gemunder, with S
in his George a
traffic signals. Seventeen cent have cited the fact that
ATE ; were '
.me Team! 'L--i..i: per I other communities this idea has American maker of fine violins : FLAT WHITE, 45 :
Fix Months 6.11 killed while walking' the wrong side of born in Died in New 1.90 1 50
Three Months , I J.U i been put in effect and has proven Germany. : One Gallon Cans ........................ .
rn. Month .1' the road. Eleven per cent of the pedes- very satisfactory. York Sept. 7, 1895. :

&eekly' .%1 trian fatalities involved children playingin I I I : SHER'VINVILLIA.lIS MASTER : S

Made known on ADVERTISING application. RATES the-streets. Nine per cent of the ,fatal- .I. N. AlejUer) and Dan Navarro 1817-Braxton Bragg', noted I : PAINTERS LA WHITE, 96 i.80 -:

ttl'UCIAU, NOTICE ities resulted from walkers stepping sud-' I have organized the real estate firm Confederate general,at born Galveston at War- One Gallon Cans --____-______0_________ 2.25 :
/.ll l reading: notices cards of thanks resolution efrrppert. of Gato and Navarro and opened renton 'N. C. Died : s
,"rbltuary notices,,ete. will b* charged for at denly out from.:behind ,parked cars into Tex., 27, 1876. .
t*,' rate'.or :0 cents a line.Notices offices at 505 Duval street. They Sept. : ,SIl R\VIN WILLIAMS FAMILY :
for entertainment by churches from which the stream of traffic. It is a significantfact have engaged a competent force I :
I revenue Is to be derived are.S cents a line. I OUTSIDE WHITE, 80 One Gallon -
The Clilan: Is an 'open forum and Invites dlscnsrtun that, in 1934, the rate of death per to handle the sales in Key West I'I 1822-Ro"a Bonheur. French 2.65 2.10
cf ptibllfl Issues and subjects of local or g.neratsterest and elsewhere in Ionroe county born. Died Cans _.---__-_------_.... -.......
but It will not publish anonymous communi. pedestrian accident was 45 per cent worse animal painter, May I
"U9ns. from, every angle. In addition to'
crossing in the middle of'the block than at a hustling sales force they have 'I I 125. 1899.

Eat fish and be healthy, exhorts the the intersection, and 74 per cent worse secured the services! of .a competent -i ''SherwinWilliams flatTone
engineer. Clifford Hicks is the 1845-John Banister Tabb
Times-Union. crossing against signals than with them.
sales .. Rosalie and
manager and 'Mr Maryland's Catholic [priest
The careless walker, like the careless Pillans is office manager. poet born in Amelia Co., Va. Died ': The Washable l flat t tWall .Finish i

General Hugh S. Johnson objects to driver, constitutes a grave problem that .. .. in 1909. '
columnists who general-ize. f. :};, LUust be definit 1 ly:iolved i i&w : ref| r) lower 'I Joseph RoLeits., Jose1h1S.'Robs t't 'I : LIMITED 'QUANTITY OF THE ,FOLLOWING :
ar -She '' el'tg.,Wallace.-finder,1}JUicoeRabWts ? the : COLORS: .
i.I automobile ij. Th -|cur ti ped--_ ,'! 1862-Laura Jean Libbey, 1 n

The man is simple indeed o, can .Trian recklessnessWsi' ; purely fc r t g'!thj ldividualaUhc.itiabic..1Avs Noel TJiomiiVhitinarh 1 i&Qlornon| JAbelardoLopeu .ind.WilHiJu tffhos&Brooklyn.'loVe'stories N. Y.,. Mild so5t; In' the'matron mil- Canary .Yellow Olive Tan i

fool himself, and there are ,many.j--24. ; 1n. tJte..MSrJd tAm.,.(lEey .. ast'gfcKnd; ifon' born .In New I York. Diedtht'rs.Qd.25..1924 : ,, Silver' Gray Cream Gray e
cannot make a person walk properly ori !sachems of the Improved Order rd :. .<' Orchid Caen. Stone 7 -
"I of I Ien, wbo. attending .
Kfd : '
1. '
Jonah wants to know wh eti f e streets ,and,highways J i,. ; fi eta rcareles ""|a gle:4- ccxyiftf-prjvlh) ordff wn jr.V..t.................... :: GALLONS Regular Price $ -
always.;"open to conviction" '* iJewr Obey tne"signa*n$ tJ cross i Jacksonville.*YetOrneb Today In Histdry Sale Price .. ..-..___._
; ( -- --- ------ -- ---- ---
"open JO acquittal." the middle of a block-and keep your eyes Only great sachems were eligibleto
attend the great council. ....................c.., l
open and your mind busy with the prob- Quarts, ''Regular Price 85c

In arguing over the pink slips, Con- lem of safely reaching your destination.That 1820-Stephen Decatur naval Sale I Ince.i ...........: ..._.......uo__.__ .... :i
The bridge tea given at the Casa I hero died as result of duel aged | best"S
gress perhaps has the embarrassment of advice amounts to "life insurance"for ; Marina yesterday afternoon for 41. I II ii 'ii:

Uncle Sam in mind. the pedestrian '' the benefit of the Country Club -Ii
'I'was a very enjoyable and successful I 4d- '
I affair. The patronesses desire Goethe wor' South ,Florida Contracting & E
famed German poet aged 82.
Key West ought to advertise itself.as CONSIDER KEY WEST CHILDREN : to thank the people of Key ,West

the city-where one needs ,no wood or coal I and the visitors who so generous:: T I Phrne 598 .
in the winter.TimesUnion.Old Citizens of Key West, ,in their 'natural I ly patronized and also Manager 1918-Germans reported make' I .
Schutt of the hotel for his kindness ing greatest artillery concentration "Your home is worthy of the
eagerness to make material progress: I in allowing the use of the in history. .

;)mother: :Hubbard's investigationof must not overlook; the cultural aide of acommunity's hostelry, for the affair. I ..

the cupboard ,made her fam.ous in a growth. ,- 1929-Canadian schooner, "I'm .................................. ..............e.....e.....e.........

time when there was no New Deal in, Primarily, a ,city is, or.should be, a Editorial Comment: Folks who Alone S. Coast," sunk Guard off"Dexter.Louisiana by U.l'J' .IIIIII.1.1I.4TIe

force. good place for family life. That entailsnot step on the gas have frequently ..l
inhaled it later when they,are on,
only consideration for the commerciallife the operating table in the hospital. 1932-Three well-known citizens -

California reports "a cloud of butter- of the men and activity for the social : <9f< Norfolk Va., say! they
I have been in communication with
flies tinseled like a bank of sunset mist." life of women but also the growth of chil- A. J. Knight, a retired businessman Lindbergh baby kidnapers
of the firm and I
Florida, you'll have to hustle to beat that. dren into well-rounded adults. of Knight
Wall of Tampa is visiting in Key '
-The Pathfinder. Child life includes play. Key Westis Weft. He.called at The Citizen of- I '1934-Congress 1 passed Phillp- '
piPe Independence Bill and Bigger -
not so small that it can overlook the requirements fice this morning: and expressedhis I I ;
The cost of relief is now $5,000,000 of this youthful urge. It is not' surprise at the growth pf the!!I i Ir.: Navy Bill.BENJAMIN I. \ ODERATIZE
city since his last visit and the *ir:
daily for the 22,0000,000 on the roll. After so large that the cost of doing so will be' of business activity and content- LOPEZ

all: the.money. is gone the roll will still be prohibitive. The future growth of Key ment notieable on every hand. FUNERAL HOME I TOR.

left, but that is not digestible. West will make it harder to secure ade- I '
Sheriff Roland Curry will.leave Established 49 Years
quate parks and playgrounds and the time, tomorrow to attend the conventionof Key West's Oldest

Afather's advice to his son: "Treat to acquire the land necessary for future sheriffs of Florida to be held 24-Hour Ambotane.Servic.. I
in 'Jacksonville.Mr. LJeeB J ,ElI1 *.....r
everybody with politeness, even those who development is at hand. ;;
P. UK Night 6MMV
:The| ,of today .
are rude to you. Remember you show Children were not made to go to and Mrs. Anthony Yates I f brings gas modern range scientific
courtesy; others not because they are school alone. No community is treatingits announce the birth: of a son, I KEY WESTCOLONIAL I you -
gentlemen, but because you are one." children right if it does nothing m.ore.than''I weighing eight and three quarter I HOTEL cooking its bet -and most ., ..t
to afford them improved school facilities.;' pounds in the John B. Maloney, I I economical.You '.;J t ,
No .one has as yet devised a sound The hours that are: spent outside the I II I In the Center of the Businessand have, first of all, the

proposition to divide the wealth of the schoolroom are very important; there Arthur Sawyer Post! of the Theater District ,unrivaled ,economy of gas :fuel '. 1 1.a

nation. So far the effluvia has come from should be something to keep young,minds I er American of their Legion delightful will give entertain anothI First Class-Fireproof- -- very ;.i important factor in ,

crack-pots. And from people who have engaged in healthful and profitable ac ments on the evening of March 27 Sensible Rates ;keeping cooking costs .down. : ;
made a wonderful success as failures. tivity. in the legion home at the foot of I
Whitehead street.Today'&Horoscope. Then the modern ,gas rangeis
We hope that all who read this article I

One can guard against most every will think of the situation. ( ,Key Wjps); .......,.................1 Garage Elevator itself most .economical .to -

contingency except old age. No batter today, and suggest whatever s' ,M.htWItwill / Popular-Prices ") .opet:' te.' The revolutionary

how feel about its assist in making ourtfain fJ new- ainuner-burners, .al 4ne,,
we all city'
approach we are a won
i ..... .,. _..,. .. '" ,
i.yiAlJtH.u/V. < > IJ'?* . (save' almost unbelievable t, 'w. "
equally helpless to do anything about> .it derfuLpla "m the eyes of.. ,yery; ,chjulli. ; . : Thfe i..I : : -
) A(This i..a. X('J3 f9 r frJ"} day" _IW4A. a rnoulitof'gaa.: Oven insulation
: ., HOTEL re( :
but wait for it and make the best 5>fit. .1 i. .1 person Iborf" thus day: wmJoocapab1e !

when it comes. ': To t ,.. n cri> o.' HARD-HEARTED fEOPLE* lo1 of su \aininj; =..arduous du i II 9i7 FLEMING..STREETrRooras ? likewise, saves gas :The A. MucH t. 1 ,,//

1 StZ ,. ). e o s i w o j tifcs. Rather too aggressjyp?,, a lit -. exact amount of''heat"needed lU nvmz
tle quarrelsome:and likely} :to .be With Runnimr Water.$1.00 I .is ,always' ,easily .obtainahle-
Reports from Cuba are to the effect There are some hardhearted' pedple: .
uncontrollable tit autagouized, it n
Person With Bath, $1.50a ( \ :) 0 L D 4.N C.
that it is not President Mendieta the re- in the world. There are individuals who. will be better that this nature be ; Person ,there.U no wasted fuel. t t

volters: are after but Colonel Fulgencio get pleasure out of suffering. left to work out its own destiny! WEEKLY RATES I I
rather than to try to direct it. If Renovated I Ventilated .fresh-air ovens prevent;food, shrinkage-another econ
Uatista commander-in-chief of the armed This is brought to light by the plight: Newly
any assistance is offered, let it be New Equipment omy note.
forces of Cuba. Five hundred pounds of of a dog in Chicago. It was thrown into done in a'ery circumspect man- New ManagementNO <.

dynamite have been unearthed in a plot- a 257-foot deep abandoned quarry where ner. CLEANER HOTEL There's.the saving, also, in time and labor, that modern, con-

ter's garden. That seems plenty to get I for days its hopeless fight for life attracted Subscribe to The Citizen. ANYWHERENotice I venient cooking-with-gas .means ;to you. ,It takes away the drudgery

one man, but nothing like making sure. the attention of sympathetic :in-;t __ -makes .your effort taunt

dividuals.As ( Our Spring Range Sale,with its liberal :trade-in allowance, makesit
A recent military edict in Havana the quarry is surrounded:by a ten-
ao easy to change your old stove .for a modern gas range. Come in
forbids all male citizens from appearing foot fence it would have been .impossible,
'TODAY.and make selection.
hatless_ in public and the senoritas and for the dog to have fallen in. Somebody, your

senoras must wear hose or else. As a result threw the animal in. Who could ,have te U. S. Bondholders I i '

merchants reported{theL'greatest; hat been so mean? I The Trend Is To Gas-"The Modern, Fuel" ;

sales in and the hosiery sales also
years ';: I ,TOO.....'. A...*.*. SAC sAM. If,*..* NAVISTT.TMtM COea MATBUt
were enormous. The citizenry isnrftitak: . . PERPETUAL MOTION The Secretary'of the Treasury advises that .I I :

ing kindly to this edict nor is it taking any ; ,the conversion privilege on called Liberty bonds ,.!: : r43V

chances, not while the city is under marJ Ui'/ It takes thirty-six States to ratify :.an i I : L3T 0 .
will expire ,March 27th. :
.1 amendment ,on .
tial law a to the United States constitu-i.t II II I f I .

tion but the Child 'Labor amendment re- ,I I NLN/1t.N N..7N _,._ __'UII ....... . ..... .......- .
I f..wq5.a.. -. ..-:I--5:...,... a. eetprrrS.p.ra.a.a.'... 'a., .:Iw.aM..w..Kew 1 e Y
"Mjami now has the largest popula- jected ten years ago by twenty-five States j I E Jf you are: :the owner of any ,Liberties we ". p.,1
tion in. the state the West Citizen is still popping before various '.
Key up legisla-j!i will be pleased to have you consult us.
observes, adding "Key West once pos- tures.

sessed that distinction." That isn't as ,In other words, once.a State,ratifies it'I I ,

melancholy a reflection as it might seem. is eternally bound but if it rejects the pro I FlRStNAnONALBANK ..n.F Florida Public Utilities Company

At least Key West has!! ceased to declinein posal the question can continue to.come up I F THE :nl'

population and again u on the upgrade..' until ratification wins. Without,discuss
"People now living in Key West will look ing the merits of,,the Child Labor proposalbut i l t OF, KEY WEST. t - - -

back :after another 40 and wonder only referring to the ... --- -...
years process .involved: .Member of the Federal Reserve' It ;
what everybody was worried about," The there ought to be a time limit on State action "I' .' .
l a :
Citizen ,predicts.-Miami Daily, News!. L ,
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'i -'"71-'- A ftAPID-TieC. .ftOMANCC ar-CVAN EVANS, TChp SPOR T"S .......................a.1e...................... l'High School 'Auditorium
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I .Mral AdmUtioa 3ScS
!*r 43ST10N gingerly,as men roust do unless tbey ''I LOST'LOSTSO.OO"in BICYCLESWE ... aU'-at P.,.'. .. hoePAILACE
wish to disturb their aim. / I

/.C; I ILrJrR There was not a word spoken. I bills in vicinityof RENT by the Hour ;Day 'or

'worked with Juan Silva sllently. Then the two put their hands above : J j First National Bank. REWARD Week. ,Repair all makes and

'' wiped,the red from the their heads. ,To ask for mercy was a I i if returned to "M", paint them with Nu-Enamel. We'

lips of the dead man and drew him folly. They said nothing as the -- - care of The Citizen. carry a full supply of parts. ? j I
cords were fastened about their mar21.2tMISCELLANEOUS Agent.for the Rollfast-Bicycles t
back in his chair to that: his head was Kazan the Dog Marvel in
wrists. Then Pascual took them ont I and sell them as low as $1.00
at a balance supported against the of the room to the table where the DOINGS ARO'OOLF:LINKS I SOFTBALL .:GAMES per.week. J. L. Stowers Music ,Jj.WS.OF JUSTICE :

high back of the chair. dead man and the living prisoner Company marl8-lmo Serial and Short Reel

owlaid Montana, and he already waited. (By GRAVY) 'HERESATURDAY ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIR.
,ED by,authorized radiotridan. $Utin: *.: lM5c; Nlgfctz: ,1020cMUNS'ON
Into chairs. :
the fountain to the] They were bound y ,FOR SALE .
on past Yesterday afternoon was a day !Kemp to battle Eddie and Work 1107 Varela"
search guaranteed.
"Search fi st every
door of that farther room ont of them. "' I of two-somes and three-somes as 'J. Jehosophat Kirschenbaum.all by , '.
Inch of them.BaJd Jh which: the Yoke of great-throated, They searched quickly using the there was but one crowd on the i his lonesome however ;Doc said, There will be a doubleheaderof mar24-lmox CABIN SAIL BOAT frojn Miami

Estrada was making a steady rum' flat of the hand carefully to'.feel: I, course composed of four players.All I he didin't mind he could beat both j j diaraondball played tomorrow -Only a year old, excellent ISLAND
this bob-tailed shennaniganswas of them day he felt,like it. condition, fully equipped. and
bling. whatever )Jay 1Q po keta. And that I any WANTED 'F1'S H1 N C CAMP
and was howPascrial spddenly produced: due to several factors over I: The days he fails to do 'this trick.1 afternoon at Bayview Park, with --- ready to go. Must I sacrifice Operated by R. 'M. Ellison >
thrust the door
Then te open back and from Alvarez the learning green eye which yours truly or even Swinkyhad I i are those when he feels kind of !the Army and FERA Administration WANTED chance to bid on $35.00. Apply Gulf Gas'Dock.mar222tx. Best FUfcinf on Coat
saw the general walking !
forth. The major and Jack Lascar of the last emerald. I no control. However, for the I sad. .The sad part is.always aft : teams to be seen in the open-1 your next printing order. The Guides and Boats Available

were sprawling in chairs out of benefit of the stay-at-homes the er the game when "Ace" and I: ing game starting at 2 o'clock. ATtman Press. aug7 Sea 'Food-Fishing
held It The Kid was al of SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. BLANK SALES ,BOOKS. Now
which they leaped at the sight of the HE up. following accounts for some Kirschy are sipping soda water The Recreation and Departments .Boating-Bathing
Kid. readyspeaking. those who braved their wife's.ire, I paid for by Doc."Smiles" i Garage The Artman Press. aug7 lOc each or 3 fgr 25c at The I Writ: ,for ':'Reerrati, PoOffice. '
"We have one passport and only will meet in the sec Artman Press, Phone .51, Citi
He smiled back at them a very late suppers or perhaps no supperat PIANO TUNING Ramrod Key ,
one. That's the word of Juan-Silva. ond content.!'! zen Building. oct6
low smile of a genuine amusement. all Willie Watkins was ; Accessible by 'Rail oil Auto to.
and the best
"JuaivSllva wants to speak to Gen Hell we can never do write is to take him with us. I putting 'em up and laying 'em Other softball games are scheduled PIANO TUNER. Laureano Moreno -.MIMEOGRAPH 'PAPER. '500 Ramrod Key ;,'

eral) Estrada.said the Kid. "Juan- Pascual take that scarf on the In the first match we have down because he had.to lick Charley to be played at the Army Excellent 'piano for ale sheets $1.25. The Artman CampJBoats Meet'Guest

Silva wants to talk to the general chair-wrap it around his skinny Swinky Swanky playing Cookie Ketchum and Arthur Morgan. I Barracks on Tuesday and Thursday cheap. 1018 Division street. I Press, Citizen'Building. Rate: $5.00 Per Day- '
alone-or with me present" neck and see if that will keep his IIe?a. The question has been raised But "Pirate" came near ,not losing !I of next week mar 19-1 mo Juir27tt( American" 'Plan

The general looked rather wildly mouth closed." as to what, time they arrivedon on that back nice; But ,Willie'I I . --
.. .
about him. The friar obeyed. And as he twist Number one tee. The writer was shaking in his boots. ''He had -- - --

"Stay here!" urged Lascar ed the scarf's length strongly around got there shortly after 2.p. m. and an 8, a 5, a 7. and, then'another 5 ffllllllllIIIIIIIIILIIIIIIII'I.lIIIIIIII'i "

through the twisting side of his the neck of Juan-Silva. the pressureof Jim Koodle and Cookie were half on the last hole which ,put him

mouth. the upper layers of the cloth through playing.: I thought Thursday across the' wire one up on his op

"Go for Cod's sake!" said Major forced the Jaws to close. was a half holiday but may ponents. So Willie is all smiles ..: 'h:'

Alvarez. "Or are we to stay forever "I am going out Into the patio? bq j'plrongiPerbapi,4am: \ ; H, today with a kind word for all

In this hell-hole" there,/to be the coachman: ," said wMted, t o get\ \.through\ 18 holesbeforVneW'to I : & : : : ;

With a frown of military; courage' Montana. "There's no weight tom1' <&rtrred' to play. -j.! t ,, RELIABLE: FIRMSr ,
irpotheusPittman, ,thought hecot1ld .:
., .fYeu know, Bobby Harlington'sthe .! "
bitptPlummer .
stand '
a Bones" ,lie a "; Pas: I
song is Lazy' '
'alit; ,fill tir&i1tri '''lIow-I so- earried "Papa" RussellKerrjalojig ),, . ;
i3 phti
( a
ways too .for When last seen i "l''l, "t i I" n' ,., 1n i
a1' tr tver, it seems that $tiMcPhid support. < ;: 1 f Ip .1\1 &' Y1':51Eu'u{ I ew it .ga{r.',
=. |and heard, Li was still telling the "

; .: FeenJ(right' play name ing*Sam NoS3: ; Harris for''two1) !ana was I i j i boys drive how*)*,.vnade..a '.liiG.it! yard he Who 'Offer. ;:, Theft"Customers: Service -and:" ,'Satisfaction

once Be that'as may
also No. 2 for No. 8. Now (
according played to the book of rules he I fooled about '1'4 on number 18 I ;...............i..ee.
whfcHlid not believe he could
lhNI j green
;was either counting wrong or was I reach it .jn two shots but he did DO YOU : :DELICIOUSCAKES :: HEADQUARTERS ,: .
I lost. Cookie as usual was knocking CLOVER
and won the hole. lie deserved to,)I ': ,and PASTRIES : SWEET ti:
'em in the can, sometimes .
I I' because when he got up to the ;. .. MARINE: CURIOS : -CONDENSED
JI ahead of the golf poet, sometimes .
ball down it -,
t behind and sometimes in the mid green to putt his : .: : SOUVENIRS : "
dle. i couldn't be found but I for one refuse ..: .5 :;. ASK poR 'IT AT '..YOUR
to know how it got lost because 1.
'it isn't argument. We buy anything .in OLD : Fishing Tackle, 'Kodaks:; NEIGHBORHOOD- -STORE
The only four-some the my
on and
course was composed of Bascom ..: GOLD-Watches, Chains, ,: Same ..quality and weight as

Grooms and cohorts, namely, Fred) Bills i Malone made a 45 on.the Pins, Rngs| and Dental.:. st .: Diamonds, ',.Watches and 'J.other higher priced :condensed:. ;.

Ayala and Charley Salas against. first, nine arid was nearly as happy 'k. .. Jewelry 1 .. m'lk.

Cmickshank and Grooms. Charleywas |I'I as, William Worthington Watkins 'Bridge W OJ: Watch and Jewelry lDISTRIBUTED' BYRepairinr ..:

i using his putter for every- but Bill slipped to a 51 ,oni ,:: i:

I I Ii thing as usual which included i jthe I last nine. As usual Sammie 'Florida Gold 'Refiners : Our ;Raadyto-S rr. .Cak*. : 'JRHJIIIO> BROTHERS .S

niblic shots. Lots of electricitywas was helping shoo snakes away :and.Pastries are always fre.li! ,..

t flying through the air but I I while Bill shot. George Dodge the ,604 Duval St. Phone 347 Maloney ,& Peacock .:. FRANK JOHNSON ..: WHOLESALE II GROCERY

forgot, it was an electric crowd.I arrived in town yesterday a. ta
pro I U. S. Govt.'Permit : .Dilai.a ,aad Tfcoma. Streets
'PHONE 818
I m. and all the boys were glad\ to I : Colonial l Hotel Bl3g. S' t.

Melvin Russell was busy minding I see him ,back. .He's one grand j !..............._.... ............-............. :.......................... .!.........._..1:1-: .

the babies, so that left Doc I I guy! : :
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"' "' ORDINANCE NO. 311 uu-S'uaic .i*. S.TJIJ? ::
With a frown Estrada strode for the door. 'Y 2 vry{ ( WEST ,
-. : : COUNCIL Yellowtail on Bone, 2 lb.!?' : : .. - :
Estrada strode straight for the door Juan-Silva. You can seem to be c FOLLOWING. I Grouper, ::2 Iba. .ZSc : :S Office: '319'Duval'Street.:

u one resolved. merely walking beside him. and you I ORDINANCE OF THE ..: Snapper lLa. '* : :. I

""The general Is coming called can hold him up. Pascual-draw that THROUGHBy I CITY OF KEY WEST ,PROVIDING ,I Mutton Fisk, 2'U>.. _.25eLarge : SUM'STARj: : ..
end of the scarf down his back under r
the Kid. over his shoulder, and as
: FOR A j Select ''Oyster ; "
Estrada crossed the threshold he his cloak. Now If you keep a hand on i )
that his head will be raised. Not ( JOVE) TAX ON DEALERS .IN j FRESH SHRIMP :Snbicnptiim&'PeTYear: '* .
quickly closed the door: behind him. .. .................... I .
too much. Ue always walked with it PRECIOUS METALS : Try 'Yaar M..U. :AfcSO.
Turning he heard a soft beating OTHER I bent forward. I have made arrangements for K" Only Sunday : ;. ..
in the air. That was alL OLD IRON AND I TURTLE 'MEAT. .
"Support him-one of you on each the Miami baseball school to play Paper DA"8"fco ,"tamarf *
So they bore the general Into the side. Ill back the carriage to thq here next winter, and they have OTHER JUNK. Kingfish MulLere1. J TORTER-MJiN, 1 I ,

middle of the room. ,door. When you hear the wheels, agreed to give the local club a return -', BE IT ORDAINED BY THE: ''FREE PROMPT DELIVERY .*: TBu inew Office! Citizen ': : ) edrglsirBe.r ..------- 1.k '

,By that time his two guns were In open the door and come straight out in Miami. In a COUNCIL OF THE CITY Buildin 1'ia c..he Di..r-. ...
game letters CITY I --- ---
the hands of Montana, and the with the dead man between you- I ,LOWE FISH COMP ANY : COMPANY :
weight of the revolvers seemed to quickly, too. so that the swing of from Max Carey the president he of the he OF KEY WEST' : PHONE 151, : iPHONES:1 : ,:.___________- ., 7S., ....! .6S..
school to writer says
clothe the Kid with a new strength. his legs may look like walking. Ill Section 1. All dealers in precious -' .'. .........................i. .. .
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try to keep the eye of the people regrets not being able to play metals, old iron and other '' '....../I............................................tI..1. ei .
it was mere chance that in brothersour here this year as their schedule '': : '
yonder. One chance ten.
pERHAPS license tax to i : .
but to junk I shall pay a I '''IT WILL SURPRISE YOU J 5
filled promises
friar deposit Estrada only chance!" is already the City of Key' West in the sum i OYSTERS : bJl : AttenUon.HouiewiTef!
in the chair opposite to the death A black pang of desperation struck play us next year.I Dollars wand
of Twenty-Five ($25.00)) SERVED ANY STYLE I :To see the PRETTY ;GIFTS ,
grin of Juan-Silva. But the Bight of through the brain of Montana. But :
herein I ,
Licenses as .
that hideous grlmance turned the he gathered himself for half a second per annum. t. 'J We are now offering 8,
: ?
the 30th select 7Sc,
exp- provided shall expire on I'..: large quart : i:
governor rigid. and then stepped out into the also bring some: day of September in each year. ,, Standards,,quart _-"--. '.70c,% ErTHOMPSON'S ;fREE j grades,ofOVERSEAS l .
lie offered no resistance as the white blaze: of the patio. There was .s
Class A clubs here, )if not big
2. The word! "dealer"as ; \ .
Kid tore his uniform coat open and i a pair of guards on the farther side leaguers, by that time. We will Section in Section NICE JUICY STEAKS .: : MARINE MUSEUM ,:
reached Inside it. There, in a soft i of the open space, in the shadow of ,I diamond to offer I I herein provided : : AINERICANCOFFEErDv'e"tOc .
{ have a first class of this ordinance, shall V ,Oyster Sandwiches., : : ; 'Streeti \.:
coating of chamois he felt tHo hard the ,wall. They were smoking their i One ((1)) 324 Margaret.
I visitors the city willIt'a ;Filet .
our ,visit' l0et. ,
ness of metal and knew that hlguess cigarets. idly. And the heads of tpgbi j "something land mean, person or persOnswhq Saadwiche'TI:: ] ', ,tiIPn. .ntn-r-I""pfl :' '1- : atIRt
to be proud"of I : t"ll1pqt. -
had been right He gave one 'held by a mere e I people; f8r-'I'IiFtRaIlIAJlIai4P1'e:1: .J :A1f:0: W fJc hda'Lr a, rrartttJrtattak'C Lf e In.,And lee '.. ..
tauMjydSKV: "It' Uhenth 1.tJ.1m1I1I1tht sb'"nthe I : ii.S"d,jptber. : : '" iU:1.i'&:IIL I'' :il!:': ; J, ? 'J'H a
glance Inside the leather and saw I cious'mel ] .Jold: ire E.e".a : S'I" Ii : ,...
the of The Kid 'I lightly Into UltJ 4c9nThelJA4t11bbo3iqwslkavemore? : tain o .' .' .t' ., t: 1 t i 25c,20c'and15c" lb.., J "
green the emeralds. That was, sprang up ;" junk, r "ltQ ,'rJe DAu..y.J 1 bu n2x $ter,Crab Din .
Y < : : .
driver', !5fiEfMa the reins, chance to show t fUll\ to I ISettio1J3. :;.1..11;" '" '''' '' ''' :'!: HT'siR> ICE : ., .
enough U flashed the gold and the j&hered u bUI''f!!' t for ; i J. ''f on.Jl ., ., 1, .
Ob( -oo.fterWtH-bemuchmoredene1otti.
green at Rubriz and then dropped It staging;owUj.TLe|:thcir. h ads "g%. fik! Feagtie duff?; ana ff'ttkT.way \ 'A ers01r iiet i"r:1 I N LUNG t )MjeJ, /"'I For All'I -r f : 'STAR COFFEE MILLS
1 served!inour. :
i jft' 1lf } !U"'tm9dl.nd %
:into his pocket e boy.jSr'T! ) Vt sons .
Heart Sea
Brother Pascual and the o 0tIa w.In One 'etu.1' ff teU Sc mly, de\it-! ,. fiOqlh'hgaJWlJouu.' fol' '. precitfos metals, ld n.ir nand PHriNE'. :zo t.W.J. ," : -PHONE. 269.M. ": SJi Giant lLs.. Scallop or ,. :J.,512 Greene SL, Phone 256
eratelj ftswB shout( ,...
the meantime had bound the generalto ":*.WBJfc l3 1 ,, init.jd 1i "- ,'lnwI6 r.I othe!junk is.proTidd'-jnj Section I i I .T II' JAS,, D..BAI Y .!Ar..t ,t n 1
the chair he sat in. der."El Reed+'10'!" he'called' out "Get > ( I One (1)) of 'this ordinance, ',with- ......e..........o.....:..... .. .....: ......S.................................w............

Mateo Ilubriz. standing back from I sincerely hope I that the local out first obtaining said license, .
down from that place! j
the bound and gagged general,folded!' The Kid merely tossed him :a baseball diamond will be put in shall be fined not more than One 'DINE AT THE ,Birds Animals Fish PRITCHARD 2 :iPIAWTS, LOWERS. g

his arms and they rose almost to his phrase across his shoulder. first class; shape, and in this wayI Hundred ($100.00)) Dollars, or imprisoned 4 VINES
chin with the greatness of the of this city that PLAZARESTAURANT MOU TED .
"Why do you think Juan-Silva has assure the fans in the City Jail not more ,g HOw-:j
breath he drew. OUt then gradually been taking me out with him every this summer we can have some than Sixty ((60)) days. ,COCUlIat Plants, ;each lie
relaxing, he was heard to mutter: I think % CECIL: GRAY :
: day 7 Because he wants a real coachman good baseball in the city. Section .4. AH ordinances or . If are accustomed : : J-HibiaeiM Plants, each 1Oe111e.Z5
San Juan of Caplstrano. keep my 700 toj/i/
League '
hands from him." Save this dog meat With. amigo.that he swung the leaders, that will the come Florida back East this Coast summer. and with parts this-ordinance of ordinances, are in conflict hereby t% ,cUaiBf at .home, you will find i TAXIDERMIST' I Ie Dignified,. SympatUti *JJ'Bougaiimllea, Red or Pur- k"

for the dogs! and backed the wheelers with a we all known that Miami, Home- repealed. k THE PLAZA a rel sad ... Courte.y. pie 'M > to $1.00 .
"Now-Mateo Pascual-we I' !
-now strong! pulL The carriage lurched stead Fort Lauderdale, Palm This ordinance shall take ef- joyable experience. n : ,: Pouuettia.Plaata'SOcto; $1.00 .
ave other pair. Here wo haveguns. Fine Work At ,.
well back to the main door of the Beach: and few other towns will .: a ._ _..... ,
And there are only two. You : a fect immediately upon its passageby LICENSED EMBALMER :Cwtoaa, first Mateo"Mateo house from which he had Jns) be ready to play. Lets start on the Cjty Council approval ,by BREAKFAST able PricePHONE :. Turks.Cap,: *ehBoses '._......_..::2ScI. .

looked at his! friend side- stepped. our ball field and then _start organizing the Mayor, and publication according I P I -
He heard one guard saying, "Putdown It's to LUNCHEON : Ambulaac Scrric : deien, '$1.z0.
771ae.with a grin wider than that of a the league. up to law. : .2 0
snarling cat. Then he went to the JuanSilva your gun.making fool,him! I have a trlen-1 seen the officials of the FERA recrea- Passed. First reading ,this 20th I. SUPPEH :: .. ; '

!'threw door, with Montana at his heels and l ook.!,Here's the senor himself." I tion department to.do their stuff I day of March A. D. .1935.Parsed 801 Fleming Street LADY ATTENDANT5- SOatllFlftrtl t'Nt r5e1'7 -
it open. The long-stepping! and then I will do my part informing .
Second reading this W PLAZA RESTAURANT .
fascual Cottiriglt.. IJJJ. Barter 4 BrotltersiTomorrow. ( : '., PL.a -7 CatLSt. ,
was right behind them. the 1 league. 21st day of March, A. D. 1935.. f 1 Newr-Sl p'J :

thilr They went over the threshold with the three'friends be i. Passed Third j reading this 21st. .-KAK-n.nl.* ......'.Street..........._.-...-......._'._.KEY'WES'I'FLA..Phea.lh4ti._....irr..ATlV..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... . >1 .a*e.*.....- ........ ''b.
guns before them walking l.. ---- ------ ------- --- ----- ----------- .
jla a mad dah fQr 'r!e : "W */>m''fr' day of March, A. D. 1935. :
----.I'-___-- .------_- -''- ,.r-,' .- '';' Alocal, club will go from hereon LEO. H. WASREN, AARON ;McCONNHl I (: ,: ia : :: : :", ,.:\
Our' Wr-.p-
Reputation ;
Saturday. } arch 30, and play President of the City Council.I ; JOMNCFABKSIMONTON It
S e .. : 536 Flemlac Street : .,
of the Associated_ Pfess (AiJV), Mate- .. .
V-doubleheader at Lower
Today's Birthdays i ; ;; 1 born :
................-... .... )11:0. players will return Monday, April City Clerk. I (c4.t:: ? : 'of "328 "ST., .;- ..
I 1. I will publish a complete box this 22nd day ofSCarch. ,
Dr. Robert A. Milhkan Dr. Thomas E. Jones, president: ,I' Watch l' .
of the of Fi k University, Nashville! score of these games and beforeI A. D. 1935. : ; J 'iliIN''ti G + Jf'
California Institute of Technology : : f II
leave with the club I will publish WM. H. MALONE, PL'UU
born at Fail-mount, Ind.,I I :
famed i :
physicist ;
and Nobel 1 : .
prizewinner, born at Morrison,' 47 years ago. I I I making a complete the trip.roster. of the players mar22-lt Mayor. ..II ;, :DONE BY USARTMAN ;.. .. .

Ill. 67 years ago. of New I, iJ WBLD'2 : ;
Dr. Robert L. Kelly, I II WATCHMAKER 11fE.-;.. s ,
U S. Senator Arthur T. Van- York executive secretary of the;:: story writer born at Hoboken, N.I MONROE THEATER AND ENGRAVER -- : 1)imo PUMPS : :1 ',

denburg of Michigan, born at I Association of American Colleges: J., 51 years ago. I Ken Maynard and Tarzan ,jn I See Him'For Your,Next'Workp PSESS ,: .. : '-' ..

Grand Rapids 51 years ago. I born at Tuscola, I1L, 70 years ago.i I \i SMOKING GUNS I ALL :PRICES REDUCED .: : PLUMBINGSUPPLE : '< .., ,. 1

Maclsaac of holly Carole Lombard.Chester Morris :citizen:8ld*. ,. '
Frederick I '
Isabella! Green born way, in Arizona's BooneCo. I wood.novelist, born at Cambridge,) Benjamin C Marsh of Wash- in THECA Y .BRH>E Hoans8. :.to 12-1 ,to fl ': PH. .NE 51 : PHONE:,348 : : ,/ .
congresswoman 'I
., Ky., 49 years ajro. Mass., 49 years ago. I' in"ton D. c.. secretary of the Matinee:,Balcony.trm. ..IOc; OrtMaa I 4rb -,, ,1

( : I,People's Lobby born in Bulgaria, -i5-ZOc. Night '1s.2Si ; I ,)lil"IIII:1IIII" ) ,

Kent Cooper, general l manager' _William Uejliger of N. J., boy 58 ;years: ago. ___ __ __


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................... ..S..Se.SSe..S.S.e..e r"IIIII.I.lI.l.1 NOTICE .
................. .... ..* Garden Club Holds Interesting I I

PERSONAL MENTIONS Pirates Cove Fishing Gimp
Notice To Subscriberi If the lady hose" dress was
SOCIETY Meeting At Woman's ClubhouseA damaged the first night of the I Pirate Cove Florida
:-: : : .seee..eeese...ee.CCC e e*
carnival will call at the office of West
Please! In 20 Miles From Key on
i Miss: Robertson, who was, > prompt paying
of the Key West. Mrs.\ Frederick Kirtland Hope Dr. Win Kemp at the Campbell
meeting }1lom"l! months tho carrier wee dciT.r* year the Overseas Highway
for two
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress member of the club, the house guest Building she will receive II
Garden Club was held yesterday I inent an. f fI paper. H. pay Th. CitiuB proper
at the home of Mrs. W. Hunt SWIMMING POOL _ _
752-J morning at the Wbman's Club- nounced that she had been for. 15 cent 8 week tor the pa.. reparation. mar22-ltx
r I I Harris, left yesterday afternoon FINE
house on Division street, with tunate enough to secure a number and cell It to for 20
................................................. Mrs. William R. Warren, vice-' of varieties of rare and for her home in Orange, Va. per cent. His profit; for TO*deU.l .... Eighty per cent of relief recipients First Clan Accommodation

I president of the club, presiding,' beautiful :Mexican cacti, and II of log I i. 5 cent weekly on each who write 'to Washingtonwants Write or Telephone for
B. H. Morris, president
Rotary Ann Dinner At Casa assisted by Mrs. Robert Lord should other members of the club and subscriber. If ho i i. not paid gifts and doles rathe rthan ReservationsRates
'I the Galena Oil Company,
II secretary and Mrs.\ W. J. Phelan,' be interested in these specimens Mrs. Morns' left yesterday afternoon liE loses. Not The Cits.. work. I : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day

Marina Was Brilliant Event treasurer.. I I would be very glad to help them for Miami en route to New "II.lI.rl American. Plani&o
Subscribe to kI I -
Tfc Citizen.
It was decided during this obtain same. .* n .I'
.. . .... I York after a delightful visit in _* I _
.. meeting that the judging of the It was also decided to hold a ---.-- -
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-- 1* Key West. : '..- Ta ..: :.. ...' ... '! .l --
several times flower bazaar, sponsored by the _ ..
The Rotary Ann. Dinn r'and!I!l within'Uieirj'inoome.i ,Mrs. William yards, postponed I HIGH SCHOOL '
local Rotary]''R. Wane due to various causes, would take Key West Garden Club, some time :
held Florida
Dance by , Julius F. Stone, Jr., ;' STEAMSHIP
Club last night at Cas Marinawas I I I 8. No golf for husbands. Mrs. place today, with the three judges the early part of next Novem I Emergency Relief Administrator,I : Co.
Mrs. Horace Tuttle, Sr., Mrs. TO GIVE PLAY ,
an unqualified success, a fit.: Edward Strunk. ber.The Irs. Stone, and Jerome D. con.' ( ; UNITED STATES FAST
David Rice and Consul-General next meeting of the club I :
ting last large social event ,of, a I Cu-For Hilarity nor, assistant to Mr. Stone, left J MAIL ROUTES FOR
Carlton B. Hurst, making their. will take place on Wednesday, HERE TONIGHT --
season.Tendered Jacksonville
The last item on the Code occa- yesterday for going ,
decisions The awards 3rl the home of Mrs.
April at
once. PORT
annually by> plane to Miami. Mr. and Mrs.
i sionedmudWiilarity, since Mrs. I I I
announced The Citizen Frederick Kirtland South
to the ladies wives of will be in on Effective March 18th, 1935
: Strunk's husband is ardent I Stone will return in a few days.
Rotary Club members and their I II an at once. street j at 4:30 p. m. Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays:: and Saturdays,
golfer and noted for having recently -i I "MISS CHERRYBLOSSOM"
I 12:20 P. M.Leave ,
guests, last night's affair was __ Mrs. Edwin Bodin, who was al I
I made a "Hole in One, Havana
for Key West Thursdays and Mondays.
eminently enjoyable and entertaining of her mother Mrs.\ D. A. BE PRESENTED UNDER AUS.
I every golfer's dream and desire. Tennis Match guest Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays -
and voted unanimously IVY WILL RETURN Printz, a winter visitor from
| The entire Code was unanimously I PICES OF MUSIC DEPART. P. M.
successful by the large number in voted for by the Rotary Anns and Much EnjoyedThe Franklin, Pennsylvania, left yesterday Ticket, Reservations and Information at Ticket Office OB tie \

attendance. :'I almost entirely voted against by HERE TOMORROWVESSEL ; afternoon for her home in MENT Dock Tno. 71
Dinner, consistipg of special I t
a the Rotarians the one exception exhibition tennis match as Port Huron, Mich. J. H. COSTAR. AI..U
ly prepared menu, was served in
being Mayor Willima. H. Malone.
played yesterday afternoon on the -
the spacious dining room of the I who informed Mrs. Strunk that Mrs.\ Lade, wife of Roy E. Lade "Miss. Cherryblossom" or "A
hotel, which had been decoratedfor Casa Marina courts was a !
after trying-to play golf for many spec- HAS BEEN ENGAGED manager of the Key West plantof
Maid of will be
I Tokyo' presented
the occasion with various col- years he had decided that he could tacular and highly enjoyable the Florida Public -Utilities CIIIIIIIIII.lII"IIIID
orful Table j I .IN WORK ON WEST COASTOF tonight at High School auditorium
flags. decorations were I not play it, and was willing toi I Company, returned yesterday!

tasteful and beautiful ,and were i comply with that one item of the one.Mrs.\ S. S. Durfee, the splendid,I FLORIDA from a visit with relatives at under the auspices of the Music .
composed of pink and red Code. Fort? Lauderdale. Department of the West .
Key High
ance roses and tropical ferns I skillful player who has created : t-Better Sight %
School. l
the dinner the
erly made into centerpieces. radi"l danced in the grand ballro(kfr party)of such a, ,sensation locally, with I Lighthouse:: Tender"; Ivy, which ILE.! ::; tjilfondjacting Fj4A v ..,
were favors and novelty I Ignacio CarboneP, winner of the administrator in Key West, lentht L
the hotel, a special program hav- .has been working on the west ,. ,
gay l uike<5X ng!d\ for.'t: e occa-, FERA!. tournament cup;earlier'in, ($ tl,$ &% *?#$i: &f Eiilyroa ' :
Edward Strunk, president thVj coast of the state and also went if eftfrn of
to e
'ion by Richard Princ ale. direc- :thef season,' was victorious 3"C5lCr dowAJU..er
Key West Rotary Club, presided.t'')tor of Casa Marina OrchestraTirho'; ( MiU 1 drydock at Tampa'M:scheduled a Monroe\ 'county"-ferry system. Ac"cbmpahying )4i
at the speakers' table, and introduced M'1 6veY, Mary Lou. Ilitt andL. the a ting administrator And
had also furnished music duringthe \ I to": return to KeyVes>t tOl11or.tc .
the first speaker, Melvin'EJ:, B. Burdick.. ., ,f f'tT : ". 'is 'F.; Ei 'Albert,''executive 'of'
,Russell)), wbo delivered a timely,I dinner, interspersing the' r e it\J'Ftr.played.? ; fast ?? , :. ., }':. a;/ : ficer.'TERA': '. x, ,"Is' month

and inspiring address, concluding' speechesLvocal' numbers- and discuss tad cxtHlng) and< the game was Tender".Foinciana is: continuingthe I '>-r --."* ._n
\ "rCommittees
ions at that time. -I
,with words of welcome to the Rotary ' witnessed 'byfn, large number ofl 'work of erecting Iron struc Miss Vivian Broward, secretary; Installs complete with a duplex
have worked to
Anns. Many lovely, tasteful gowns spectators, who have requested tures in Miami to Julius F. Stone, Jr., from S
harbor and the
The entire gathering then sang were in evidence among the ladies I that other exhibition games be I II :I Jacksonville, arrived yesterdayby make the operetta a success are outlet and 60 watt bulb the
: Tender Poppy is doing the as follows:
last from color- same
evening, ranging
"Happy Days Are Here Again," I played in the near future. I plane from Miami, for a tay :' famous PIN-IT-UP LAMP.
ful summery chiffons to the more of work in Tampa Bay. Publicity Edward Woodson.
following which Eva Warner
Mrs. i .
of several days.J.
At this time, it was learned today Glenwood Anderson; "
formal satins and velvets in Various I
rendered two excellent vocal
selections I i
Arrange For at lighthouse headquarters, i it Stage Setting-James Burnett,
light and dark colors. It
accompanied at the piano I Lancelot Lester, attorney 4 IT CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE
is impractical to state when the Henry La Cagnnia; .
J. J. These beautiful was a brilliant gathering. | Staging Play Miami :1S
by Trevor. with the FERA, who was in
numbers followed all the ',! Mr. and Mrs. Strunk led the i I Tenders Poppy and Poinciana will Costumes-Mrs. J. C. Irvin,I 4 .
were by. on business, returned by;
t Thelma Atwell. Claudia -Also--
I Grand March into the Ballroom, return to this port. i Albury
diners singing "Pack Your "The Redshawler original, '
Up an plane yesterday. ,
I Adams Alice Peat Miss
!! followed by Mayor and Mrs. William __ ..r Faye ,
Troubles, led by Curry Moreno. j I[ one-act play with a Key West
Renders Selection II. Malone\ Mr.\ and Mrs. Melvin which for I KANTOR OFFERS We Alice Jones. _
I of
I background, came in a FrankV. Lovering flI downhCpernth
I Properties Frank Johnson,
E. Russell Mr. and Mrs.
George M. White. who with! prize in a Miami\ Civic Theater Medford, Massachusetts.' ; arrivecyesteiday I
Mrs. Warner was also a member !I Charles Taylor. Mr. and !Mrs.\ contebt on being suc'essuJlyproduced for a visit of several Doyle Smith.

of the cast of the spectacular operetta I Everett Russell)), T. II. Pittman,.1' there, will be presented MANY BARGAINS weeks. Tickelt-Gerald? Jaycocks.Burchell Alberta
Elwood. Dollis ,
"Pirates of Penzance"presented I I Miss Doris Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. j at the Key West High School on i iI iI '
!Mr. and Mrs C. E, Joseph Richardson .
E. Lade
here some weeks ago, Roy April 5, under the auspices of Sheriff K. O. Thompson was
selection from the i i I Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Smith. Another \ Mate Program-Carmelina Alfonso, 4 Installs complete the wonderful S
sang a new motion I the Commercial Department.It I chance to buy highquality an arrival yesterday from Betty Moreno. Dorothy Bearup.
picture, "Be Mine Tonight," ,John Gardner. Mrs. Janice Maloney was written several years I' men's Beacon and Peter's cumbe where he had been for Ushers-Eugene Wilson, Fred READY LIGHT UNIT. '

and as an encore, "Song of Our 1 t Lewis, George White, Mr. r agu at the University of Miami. I Shoes at a reduced price is offered several weeks on business. Ackerman Jeff Knight.

Own," popular hit, accompanied i I and Mrs. ,Curry Moreno, Perry Laudelina, an original Key I by J. G. Kantor, Inc., exclusive Alvarez.

by Mrs. Janice Maloney Lewis at I!Miller, Dr.. and Mrs. Stephen \V.Douglas. j i West folk song, will also be introduced men's shop in an advertisement Major William V. Albury, Dances Makeup-Frank-Miss\ Anna Lois Hicks. See of our employees regarding these &
Mr. and Mrs. George any
the piano. I I and the audience will in today's paper. Florida National Guard, in command I ,
Mr. White then led the entire I, W. Owen, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Gek- receive the words and be given a I These shoes are all solid leather of the troops on duty on () lamps, o'r see them on display at our display

party in the Community singingof eler Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller, chance to sing it. in blacks, browns, sports ,and the keys arrived yesterday for a COLORED PIONEER

"Let Me Call You Sweetheart." I William Bates, Mrs. Eva B. Warner Emily Maxwell)) Maddocks, a I suedes.A 11 brief visit with his family. room.. .

and following this he and Mrs. Dr. J. A. Valdes, Mrs.\ Katharine poet of Washington, D. C., says, close out on boys' stripe PASSES S' 'c : '
Eva Warner presented a lovely I Holfel. Dr. Mid Mrs. W. P. "Places that are written about vvashablu pants is also offered i in II. R. Nowe who was visiting .. .

duet from the operetta. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Al acquire an added charm." today's advertisement at a 'very for two weeks with Mrs. Nowe I Ii This Offer

Fun and gaiety prevailed dur.I bury, Mr. and Mrs.\ Sebastian Ca- desirable!! price. I and daughter at the' home of 1 Special

ing the entire dinner. One of the brera, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman, Social Club To Mrs. Nowe's parents Mr. and Jas. D. Roberts, Sr., prominentpioneer

features of the evening was the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Trevor, Mr. Make Plans For Mrs. Lykes Torner, left yesterday ,citizen passed into 'the' 3 LfrnitedtoAprill

adopting by the Rotary Anns of and Mrs J.. Gerry Curtis, Mr. and I Put On Dance afternoon) for Portsmouth, Va. Great Beyond at 7 o'clock last i:

the following Code of Ethics, the : Mrs. M.\ E. Gilfond Dr. and Mrs. Easter FestivalPlans night at his residence. 903 Thomas -;

idea of the Code being suggestedby .I William R. Warren, Mr. and Mrs.I The Muki Muki\ Oh! Club, a W. J. McGee, mechanical expert street, after an illness)) of about I
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Mrs. Andrew Miller, and various -t'James Roberts. Mrs. Joseph local organization composed exclusively for an Easter festivalJ1! with the Galena Oil Company five years. I;I GET YOUR LAMP TODAY

ladies making individual suggestions ShourdsV ', Mrs. G. Bean, Mr. and I ] of young Key West wo- be given April 16 on the grounds left yesterday afternoon The deceased. duing his active, .' .

: I Mrs.! Clifford Hicks Mr. and Mrs.J. 1 men. will this evening hold a of Harris School were completed! for Miami en route to head years was well known' in civic SNo

1. Teach husbands to be obe J. Trevor, Mr. and Mrs. James j Slacks Dance at the Cuban Club.A Wednesday afternoon at the regular quarters in Atlanta, G.a fraternal religious and educational

dient. Mrs. Melvin E. Russell. I Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D.I'' special program of dance meeting of the Room Moth- --. circles of Key West, having The Key West Electric Co.

2. Teach husbands to wash. Trevor and Miss Mary Trevor. I music is being arranged for the ers Association, held at the homeof Fred Behneengineer with the reared and educated a large family :

dishes promptly. Mrs. Stephen The following is the menu that I occasion, and prizes will be given Mrs.\ Nellie M. Dorgan, on Great Northern Railroad, and of children. who are progres-"i

W. Douglass.! was served on the occasion: to the wearers of the most color- Caroline street. Mrs. Bohne, who were in Key sive and worth .while 'citizens' in

3. Husbands must. stay out no Canape Anchovy ful and tasteful slacks in evi To handle the matter and attend West as guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. their respective communities. I 1 '' .1II.1IIIIIII.4TIIIII

later than tI:00 P. M. Mrs. J. C. Chicken Okra. Creole dence. There will be other prizes to the different details Qf E. Williams. at their home on -

Ge"eler. Olives Celery given also, and it is expected I the festival, a committee was ap-] William street, left yesterday en

I 4. Breakfast ready at 8:00. A. Lobster Patty Newburg that the affair will be very en- pointed. Committee members will route to their home in Wilmar,

1\1\ ,. Mrs.\ Charles Taylor. I Roast Turkey Currant Jelly I joyable and well-attended. at once begin arranging the pro Minnesota.Mrs. .
5. Children off to whool by Broccoli Hollandaise)) Green Peas I gram. I

800A.; ) M. Mrs. W. P. Kemp. I Candied Sweet Potatoes Salad Coral! Wheel ClubPlanFdtflating After the. regular business of John Demeritt, who was I I ISIS S
instruct husbands in Pineapple and Cheese concluded ,the rwhne
0. Fully .. I. the meeting was in Key West with ', :
the rare and feeding of infant fl.! ...,.., Strawberry. ndae ". ; t; : ..; ; I hostess, who is also chairman. refaVivK''left': yesterday after U

Mrs. J. J. Trevor. I'I'I .,,i i. Assorted Cat ; Mrs.\ Dorgan, served refreslments. noon' fbr iMi 'i hd'wlu1r1tHI1'iI'1? ( ' i"':. '
7. "Teach husbands to livol> ; Coffee :r: ;. ,t' .' Members\ r the. Coral Wheel] '' ' ;V ''l'1'li- WabouV" ) three' week!* 'I I :
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_tl.-'-- &.).L.' .1.: ',i;dub Kave planned snoerof t the The text meeting'will .
:pleasant outings; and ricTesijajf '\V ltha"feklyevent the home of Mrs. SiBULowe's "KpyM'ht ' : "t'- "T' I! '
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I Bervaldis Entertain Last Night i ,. :t.ization.'i : .:' ". of this'. organ Lane. .. "i' !' !. 4"

With Informal Spanish DinnerMr. j: Members will! assemble this evening : Subscribe to The Citizen 'SALE S v

i at the home of Miss Florence C i
Sawyer and ride to the home! q' I

Mr. and Mrs.\ Carl Cervaldi pitahty that they elected to I'c-I of Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Clem C. Price, CASA MARINAKey -V.. "" : :5 woiier year first sip of Hiram Walker's

last night at an in.formal main another week. at the head of the island. Wetf Hotel De LaK. I On Men's Shoes '" .. '
Spanish dinncr.party at Mr. and Mrs.entertained Weiner' have during been,i There they will) partake of re-i American Plan i Lieu : is Illr, se..Joa probably bafei'f
their home on Frances street and have also; freshments and after a rest and, zoo Delightful Room, each ; :
their sojourn here chat will resume the trip back to Bst values yet in tasted Hytbiig like then since 1919.
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Charles entertained number of guests i> the city over the boulevard. | with Private Bath I BEACON AND PETER'SShoes

Weiner. on their yacht. Evening Dinner ______ $2.00 .
_ _ Luncheon .. 1.50 all Solid Leather, '- ----- -' .-f {tWt.J tr;::;; %tJ: 1fw: : #y# .G '"t.W ;ful: )!, '
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Decorations consisted of yellow
MUKI MUKI 0 Afternoon Tea ._ .51 Blacks, Bronws, ',Sports I '
candles in cut-glass candlesticks, I
SLACK DANCETonight or a la Cart.PalmShaded and Suedes, 3.00, $4.00 f' /
and there was a charming center Tbey're isle with a generous base .1!
1 ] Sandy Beach: with and $5.00 SHOES, to colse
piece of yellow)) marigolds. Other from 10 till ? Casino ,
out- : h4L; ( Nina Walker's riebest, lostMenu f.II.....

guests at the dinner included j, CUBAN CLUB Masseur in Attendance ,;

and Mrs. John Cc.star, Miss :\Mr.1 ''STEARNS PASTE i Prize, Bob' Orchestra.1 I I I PETER SCHUTT, Mgr. I 1.95 1 :"<':.$.: -Law.a.. I

Hill and Orion Ru.xselL I : .

Following)) dinner, Miss Hill cn-j .. -- - '- : jl ..': fJ1.:", '..i.f.: //.:,: 1f @#i....:MMJ XP i# 4,
tertained rith: several delightfully'sung !
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Spanish songs much enjoyed -,' Close Out On I -is !; t

by the guests and also by, : Boys'Washable ': t1 Ibey'icilIul ; to trfe"

the number of friends who Hoodwinked :

ptd in informally later in diop-j.the .' 't be Striped I k ':.:;::2r. ? ,, '-lIl1ea ): Mi pise-t.ii.r IttirilwtMey

evening to augment the Party.Mr. ,
'Don - --- -- ; .- Jut t' title l to tifltfute!
and :Mrs.Veiner are visiting ACCEPTING IMITATIONS 1 : ,
Key \Ve>t on their yacht from Pants .' :' ;. '
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