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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: April 9, 1935
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOLUME LVI. No. 85. KEY WEST. FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1935.
PRICE FIVE CENTO


United States 'I'I AUSTRIAN NAZIS VISITING YACHTSMEN GUESTS AT '
Maneuvers
U. S. Fleet To Test

I f IN REICH CAMPS ENJOYABLE' BANQUET LAST NIGHTVisiting



Breaks, In PAINJDTLERITESAWAITING yachtsmen were-guests I-Commodore Hugh Mathewson\ of 1 I 'Surprise Element' Of Naval Forces


I Miami, trophy for the Yacht ._ _ _ _ _
of Key Wet last evening at a I h .
Azara, being the first boat to fin ,. -

Change ,In Law, May Re- I TIME WHEN THEY banquet given in .Delmonico Restaurant ish. This was the cup given byj:!! ENTENTE SEES HINT OF
CAN MARCH HOMEWARD Julius Damenstein of Miami. HAPSBURGS f Greatest: Maneuvers Ever

sult In New Army Era I with a number of Key The Aweigh, owned' by L. 1\1.1 I I

AND TURN THEIR COUNTRY Ballerie, of C.iLson, Md., LURKING I Planned Nation To
Westers present to aid in making was I I BEHIND VIENNA CURTSIES By
According To Plans I INTO NAZI STRONGHOLD awarded the first prize in the i J
I merry the last few hours of a day Class-A section. The trophy was Be Staged In Northern

OutlinedBy I offered by Win.; R. Porter; second of excitement and enjoyment.M. prize went to the Haligonian II By WADE WERNER government after a lapse) of 21 I Pacific Ocean
By M. K. WHITELEATHER ,
I I I owned L. S. Ruder of Hamilton VIENNA, April 9.-Ballroom there 'I
t Bjr A lnorlatrd i'rr.s) E. Gilfond, acting Florida} by : years, not only were bevcn
MUNICH. Ohio this trophy was the offering -'I cuithies anti building renovationsare Hapsburg) archdukes and other -
HERBERT PLUMMER j Germany, April tU IE. R. Administrator, presided and) of the Key West Ad-'! wrinkling diplomatic; brows in important of title ,I
; persons present *
...... :; -Armed and trained, but for the )
tn, A .1.lr moment friendless, about 8,000 I I delivered an address of welcome 1] ministration. countries. i j i but the whole affair had the atmosphere . .
t '
Sly
9.-Un.
WASHINGTON, April ; : Austrian I II I In Cla.ss-B; the first prize went I'I For behind a curtsy may lurk a ) of a royal ball. J 1 I II ssm'laqd "r..t
j nazis
still in German
are I LOS
let there is a slip somewhere I' awaiting that {: tc the yachtsmen and other guests...I''to the Gamecock, owned 'by WiII -[, kingdom, and the renovation of{I Although Piesident Miklas" ,! ANGELES. April 9.-TU
camps sunny morning :!i I liam B!. Allen of uisville, Ky.'i an old. church may turn out to be,I'Chancellor Schuschnigg and other sky, the waves, the ocean depths
along the line to upset carefully I i I when they can march home :I He expressed his pleasure at the:J This cup was the Noiberg Thompson the facade concealing restoration members of the government were'i'
and turn their country into a nazi: i \ I -where lurks the element ofsurprise
laid plan, the United State. army I I stronghold. I I'I i j succesful termination of the Ha.:1! trophy. To Francis J. Archibald -I of an empire. there, the dominant figure of the
: of the Eloise A To many a foreign tourist in the Archduke often vital
evening
Around them force :I f j owner was was elderly to naval victory : -
a strong
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will have remember
occasion to
j ai 'I could be built should events inj i! vana-Key West yacht race and I II i awarded the second prize in' Vienna-particularly if the tourist Eugene, ranking representative ?
the present session of congress i : ,i I II ; i Class-B. This trophy was the I be feminine-the sight of a princess of the Hapsburg dynasty here and I
Austria pave the way. or should '| hoped it the first of
for to,come. I ;I change his policy of non> :I|I was many" award of the administration. i curtsying low before ,an archduke frequently mentioned for the post I; Th l i i. one of the fascinating

year ; intervention in AUlilrian.affairs.i tI i races to he scheduled. between', At the conclusion of the I at an' official function maybe of ,regent,. ia event ,Austria officially qv.sti.n. involved' in, the great.
This branch of Uncle San' : quet the assemblage; ban-I I merely a charming and romantic ' becomes a, monarchy, before
I i I are all that remain in uni.i Key. West and other cities in Florida the Habana-.Madrid: Club, : reminder of old imperial young Archduke Otto is ready to, ,est maneuver the I United! States
fighting force i il getting the form of that famous Austrian Je-i
'r the proprietor, Jahn Carbonell 'I; days. .1|i be enthroned in Vienna. ,
I { ,
,w.ll I|
I glen which last summer was pre.I, as Havana. I DaY y ever planned which will be
break on capitol hill this year a*, ( pared to back the futile ; had arranged an excellent floor > And ,workmen renovating the,1( Ai, ,fanfare of trumpets announced -
i
; coup J The speaker! introduced shoy and dance program which I front' of a historic church may be}, the entry of Eugene I l stated in the northern Pacific
seldom before. j! d'etat in Vienna which cost the |
!' life of Chancellor Engelbert Doll- :!! modore J. Robinson, of the com-I was one of the finest entertain.. 1I8rt.-of"-the national, program for j intothe i great,.ballroom, and, Arch..:| ocean. May 3.to.June- 10.

Almost in routine fashion sen fuss. Their strength then was es-].| teisburg Yacht Club, who ments put on by this popular establishment unemployment relief. -j j I duchesses and princesses curtsied I i
atora and representatives agreedto I timated at 50,000 :I}! rresed' his delight at being a par-j i| since its opening Suspicion Widespread [' before him in the old imperial:j'j The men who ride the clouds

; They Steal Our Girls!' ticipant in the race and told his j During the afternoon and as a But to statesmen and ardent manner. I j I confidently expect to show that
the proposal of General Dougla .I |i Hut since then both Austria and hearers that he could always be ,I prelude to the banquet the visiting -' patriots from Little Entente Little By Little the mot; powerful defensive
i t depended to assist in and counti'ies:-Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia | What critics in the Little
MacArthur, chief of staff, and Germanhave turned their barks upon any i yachtsmen a number of, weapon of the United States is
j L ) ; and the'Austrian: nazis find themselves way in arranging future races or Key Westers went on a sight-1' Iumania-such things are] Entente: countries describe as the, found: :
in
other of the army high com j ) :1 a real "foreign legion." : regattas. I seeing: ride around the city which:'bhaip, pain and annoyance. I "old Austrian technique of a little the wings of the navy.

raand, to increase the size of thenation' 1 i I A year ago German nazis hailed lie was followed by ex-Commo-. 'I I was concluded at Raul's Club on!! For the suspicion is widespread' at a time" U graphically illustrat-j':: There will be approximately :500;

j ( ; : them as heroes. Today, "they take I'doie L. L. MacMasters, general the Boulevard here refreshments -;;; in those countries, whose boundaries ed ed by such restoration of social,'' airplanes and more than a ,thousand

military establishment l>y I / our jobs and our girls," say many chairman of the St. Petersburg- and dancing was enjoyed.' include large sections of, ceremonies, they allege. The' aviators out with the lest

46.000 men -creating the largest ) ; of those same Germans. Fist fights' Havana Yacht Race, who expressed Most of the yachts which arrived -': the former Hapsburg empire, same "little at a time" technique|!: to demonstrate his.
I i : are frequent between resentful hi* pleasure! at the fine reception yesterday have departed! for. that Austria is edging inch by. was used in the destruction of the
landing army in time of peace I! I[ re i.lenls of the camp districts and given the members of the club their home )ports enthusiast! !?:inch, uniform by uniform day by: post-war Austrian democratic II] Distance No Problem

the country ever has had. i i men wearing the Austrian "SA" :. anil the enthusiasm expressed by I i over the results of the first yacht' day anti curtsy by curtsy closer regime to make room for the, The fact that. the maneuvers

i I I j i; uniform with strawberry colored the people) of Key West in the I,I races from Havana to Key West (' to a restoration of the lirewarI( present authoritary jroveinment. j jwiU' have an operating area of
Encouraged by this victory. the I |! race and! hopeful that when 1 Austro-Hungarian empire of the: The :Semi-official;;
I .: tabs on their collars. i 1 4 next season Czechoslova-j j: EOme 5,000,000 square mla! extending -
central staff has set in motion a I I|I The Austria; frequently are: Mr.\ Gilfond then presented : : arrives they will be participants -:'Hapsbuigs. | kian journal sse. '.,

drive to change its system of I I ) shifted from cam)) to camp so as I Mayor Win. II. 1\Ialone. who made I I ) in the laces which arc 1 Little more than a year aso' opines that the next "little step"toward from the Pacific coast, to
;
promotions in the army. I'j | ; to lessen the chances of these encounters the presentation speeches and ))1"1" -1 already being talked of for the: members of the Hapsburg family restoration will be to bring,,. Midway (more than 1 200 mi''
Approved by the President, '| i i aented the cups as follows: 193C yachting season.KING'S I| could not live in Austria without back to Austria the body of the', west of Hone lulu! ) and f.u'"t
I j jI
Senator Sheppard of Texas, chair-I! I Thousands of legionairc.s who: -- --- --- -- j i: forswearing their dynastic rights,; late Emperor Charles, Otto's: Aleutians of Alaska to the, Tropicof
man of the senate military affairs blast' I[ and practically all of them In, father, who died in exile on the'
: took the precaution not to : -I'I Cancer, does not feaze the
committee has introduced legisla-l ferrcd to live in exile. Gradually.'! island of Madeira.
: their behind them )
bridges went. JUBILEE TURNS LIGHT ;
itoii. which, if enacted, \\ill over-I back to Austria after the July however, along with the change;i "One can already see the!'I', naval birdmen. They point with

haul completely the present pro-> ; : fiasco. They were disgruntled! I from democratic authoritarian funeral train, ',drap ff in' black iritte.to thirnew, patrol fiehtii.trshipsTcrfflCelabf ; ;

.moU syntem. !,' |! over the German nazi'= failure to I, ONELIZABETH FUTURE QUEEN government, the old Hapsburg\ halting- at every Austrian station,' ; the air; *\4ttlqi'

A New Promotion System ,1 I i follow through on the Vienna coup' uniform came back, the old poli-: with the cortege later proceeding have made formation flights
As Senator Sheppard says ofhis --. -- tical cieed of "all emanates'
l
the
> and openly talked'about how they power through streets of Vienna during the last six months equalto
bill: | : had been "let down." j thy Ass.rl.tedBy l'rr.4li from God" supplanted the 'postwar through a lane formed by hundreds -
"It will make a welcome anti freight.'I'I Border C'ashes' Frequent i GAYLE TALBOT the piincess!' and her school mates { doctrine of power emanating. of thousand of kneeling' any jump within the area.

inspiriting change from the i i ii I The rest of those not now in II j ji i LONDON. April 9.-Prominent'in ''' who might one day have to curtsey from the PeoPle I women, toward the lIap burg::1 I' As to' I power on the waves, all!!

dreary and monotonous spectacle' uniform-the majority of the the spectacular ceiemonials to her as their The Titles Present At Ball vault under the Kapuziner c"lIrC'h.t' naval officers agree on the powerof
of 10,400;!) officers ranged CIne E i i original Il'gion-have been givenemployment attendant upon the celebration of I,duchess I queen. A't the elaborate City of Vienna which is:' already being remodeled i' the main battle line of dread-
I I }
above the other on the advance-j! in reich munitIons'factories 'King George's Silver Jubilee this :: withdrew her plea, and ball, revived by the :Schuschnigg;; in preparation." j I naughts and the newer and faster

ment list fiom second lieutenant''!' r in land reclaiming spring; will be the fair-haited, Elizabeth's education has been, -- .' scours SnipS. me cruisers.
to colonel, virtual prisoners most', :1 I camps and as argicultural laborers nine-jear-old. child who one day|,I entrusted to a governess and al I ----- As another element of that
of them behind the !bars of a ; may be ruler of the British!' tutor. surprise, which often holds the
I|''in Ponrmerania and East; Prussia.1!' SCHOOL UNIT WILLATTENDJ1EETING LAST YACHT INRACECOMES
hopeless seniority each' I Empire. I
system :
.: Many of them are said to be, 'j i She probably will be sent key to victory there is the
waiting for the next one above,; 'working: in munitions )plants inj I I j She is Princess Elizabeth; elder mosquito fleet, composed) of turbulent -
him tardily to he piomoted, Wuerttemberg Neuberg and! of the two little daughters of the abroad to he "Iilli:
graciously: to resign thoughtfully I I j; M lI1i"h. Those in labor Duke and Duchess of York She Queen Victoria when she was j the destroyer flotillas. There will
I|I camps I:
to desert obligingly to be couitmartialed. -' I!I[ are chiefly in Papenburg: along; ,I fis' in direct! line of accession after I generally recognized; as heiress to 'I I be Home 70 or more of these 37-
generously to retireor p her father, the king's second t
j son. the throne. knot fighters with their deadly
!
Netherlands frontier.. .
LOCAL DELEGATES TO LOCATED
ATTEND VESSEL
considerately to die.* 'i i i i The uniformed Austrians are I I So long as her "Uncle David,"I'!|: Will Be Handsome Queen I II BY COAST torpedoes, still regarded as the
:Some;; ideas, to the hnnNhips! the Piime of Wnles shows no''I I
as kept) in nine camps) under close I Dancing lessons form an important STATE CONGRESSTO GUARD NEAR AMERICAN most effective weapons against. :; a
imposed( by the present, system of., supervision of German: nazis. symptom. of deseiting his singl l.,' part of the daily routine of main battle line.
promotions may be had. when it't' 'I Seven of the camps are within;!' state her path toward the throne Elizabeth: and her four-year-old BE HELD IN TAMPA SHOALS LIGHT j I Lone Wolves In It Too

is considered that if a second I II i "jumping i>ff" distance of the!I appears clear. j I! sister, Margaret Rose, teaching I I The men who talk least are the

lieutenant enters his second I j'! I I Austrian border. Starts Training For Throne J them to be ]Poised and graceful. [ picked strategists aboard the Ions

lieutenancy the age: of 23. ,! : __ I! It Wales were to marry, of: Elizabeth) also has: h--.->-r .l-jilv.'.-;.... Delegate from the Junior* The .I Izst of the, yachts whichparticiiateJ'in ,; wolves of the eca-the undersea!:

serves the )'equirt'dix year avMich !' ; : 'j course, and have children Kll/a- horseback ride in hyde Park; on Senior "ittTOilof J Ke ft. l , the Havana-Key, . ]I men. They, do not have' to talkjfojall :

and 1 10 jeans as first lieutenant -|':; : !]I VISITOR WRITES ", both would fade into the background .' a i tOny given her bY' the; 'king on"i I bave; pf'rf.a AAJ:> fJr lul.lht, ,,'cst race reached port' .t blvjrtly.i :, ( ,: naval tacticiana know front
he will 'b.'ome a captain 'I' ,dot the increasing attention 'i i her last birthday.) She already'is' .th' .., experience? that for actual de-
: "
fi rlllJlf.A! I f! J"\IIi-Y before midnight.- The Vl"ssel..wfs:
at He TJ.must It'r21 -- S 1 "):t' OF RECENT TRIP showered upon her, and her' an able pianist. :' ",': .a t I i ttt'11', UY1raO ", I located by the 'iCoasV'tbiard"CiitterSaukee' ; !.I !jrtonstration surprise the under .
yjpVrs as captain 1 Elizabeth to .t.iacruiscra hold the- honors.
mounting participation in royal' promises > unke1: 'a1 IC boys are enthusiastic over t
'
would! becoutfo u major at handsome(. '1near 'African Shoals' There he atileakt: six world
njll
-, !!l.fuuctioits. seem to indicate the queen. She's at the the virit and attendant cntertain- ; , ;
O.t.: and would >;lx compelled to' ; "awkward" Kii!' sa'fd.J cruising. ,nubmarrne, ''augmented
i family has, become reconciled to age right1 now run-'' mentanl.ar, '.1. cgerly.riiMaitim11!'I VlighthQUse'i : was, \ '
retire for age after' a' service' of I ,: i MISS' HELEN REMSEN" EX-j' 1 i t Wales bachelorhood. The educa- fig a, little to legs:; but she will their meeting with t other 1,1i-Y,!J I Tb'iawai; tbc,.,Cut. pr. ,Duchess. by two ,dozen or more: smaller
one year as major. be tall and coast defense submarines. Throe!
j
:; PRESSED GREAT PLEASURE''t tion of a future queen of England probably 'of better' delegates tHe rcongressV owned by B. C. Davis. Fears were
Speedier AdvancementThere !:I j i has begun. than average looks within a few Delegates from Key West will lone wolves! carry sufficient ;lr:;-
is' actual of ON STAY IN KEY WEST expressed as to her safety yesterday knot torpedoes to outof
: an case an I Elizabeth's most important years She has blue eyes. and a leave by train, boat and automobile put
officer who, on July 1, l'J20: the i i public appearance so far was as fair complexion. and expect to return Sunday. ., and after a long wait it commission the whole surface

date when the national defense i a bridesmaid at the wedding of There will be excitement in Those listed to leave are: Delio was decided to ask that the Saukeebe force, battleships. aircraft ,car-

act went into effect, was at the ;' :Miss Helen Remsen. writing her uncle, the Duke of Kent, and England six or seven ..l'arlh nee, Cruz Curtis Stanton. Herbert sent to search for her. rierg, cruisers and destroyera.

bottom, 4.f the list:. of captains. At from her home in Rye, New York, I Princess Marina a few months when Elizabeth has her first beau Eddy. Bob Saunders, Jeff Knight The Cutter and two other 'ves I t By the middle of June these
piescnt he is so far from the top 'l and starts to Edwin men of the sky, the waves and]
) : expresses herself as being delighted >ack. On that occasion she easily going dance Wpodson; Substitutes ads left and late last night the
of the list that he cannot become' :\ with Key West .and althoughshe : giabbed the spotlight from Ma- Charles Smith, Warren Hill Jack vessel was sighted by the Saukee' the depth of the pea will know

a major 'Until 1D44. at which left only a short time ago, is rina's other and older attendants. : WEATHER CONDITIONS Pierce and J. V. Woodson. and turned over to the C. G. 628 the answer iflost of the details
time he will have been a captain < anxious to return. .' ,' II(I will remain secret, but the navy
Photographer Desert Wale to be towed to port. I I
24 years. Miss Remsen came from Xewi A disturbance off the middle BESSEMER PROCES'3 will have been put through one
The bill would adVance i, All England was pleased at the Atlantic { of its most gruelling tests.
Sheppard t I York for a stay of two weeks, was coast New York City,
a seccnd lieutenant to firstin a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roland ': serious and heroic manner in 29.74 inches, has caused rain during IN STEEL FALLEN TRASH FIRE ON !:! -
which '
j
three and first lieutenants she carried out her role. hours
years Weatherford, and prolonged her the last 24 in the Atlantic
TANK STEAMER
to captains in seven years. :: stay during the entire winter, and j i, She didn't "f idgit" during the States from southern New (llr A.".dated, rr -".) I
: WATSON STREET
The estimated increase in the induced her mother to come long: ceremony. ) England southward over North NEW YORK. April 9Dramais

cot to Uncle :Sam;; in making the I,I for a brief stay. f Already in the public mind she Carolina and in the upper Ohio going out of the production of I! ARRIVES TODAYTanker'

change is '$ 05OOO tOT \\bj 'first i''I In her letter Miss Remsen cx- Is assuming some of the glamor Valley and rain and snow in the steeL The American Iron and Steel.i t': .

year $620.000( for the second presses the hope that she can ,that once attached exclusively to lower Lake region. Rain has alsooc"urred Institute announces that the Bes-j j An alarm from Box 33 called -

year and $510,000 for the third I. come within a short time but if j the Prince of Wales. Her every in the Pacific States and *I eemer converters, which supply !| out the fire apparstus. 8:10.. Nelson of San: Franj'ejsco
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':I appearance is cheered, and! news Plateau and in the most of the spectacular fireworks' 'i o'clock last night tt' of
and fucccedint years of operation. not she will be in Key West next region snow : : > al: pilef arrived this morning
winter. j i photographers who once devoted northern Rockies in onnl'ction'th : of steel making, are now produc- '|: burning trash and debris on" 'a" l tot i Baltimore ami *{j"f' I';
I r j berthed ( at )
Ii practically all their time to following \\; a' disturbance over the mid- '1 ing only a small portion of the on Watson street. I ' -Mrttz-l''
SEVENARRJVifABOARD Porter Dock for
: i;i Wales now vie in getting die Rocky Mountain region nation's output of steeL !fi f i While the .* :first Lpper-I company
GERMANS SEE LONG SaUl j and .supplies. _
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'
; .
;, intimate shots of the little i ,
prin- The :
Lake City. Utah.'andDenver .. open hearth furnaces, from ed of threatening dimensions, it re- White) at this 'port, "Manager
j
PLANEThere ; ELECTRICAL LINES cess. I II 29.32 inches. Cooler weather has'I'which issue no glare to' light up 'quired action of the fire depart-j' Charles Taylor of the Porter
) company -
I !I Although she won't be nine'I overspread the South Atlantic the clouds above the plants ue ment lasting over a brief period I I
changed the of the
Illy X.M rl..frtf 1'rrnnt :I( until April, Elizabeth alreadyhas States, except extreme southern'1' now manufacturing by far the''1 before the flames 'were eitin- later papers
vessel which
sailed for
,
were seven passengers: : BERLIN April 9.-Cerman been made.fullv aware of her Florida and temperatures are 12 largest share of the steel, it is re- guished. Dutch ,
Curacoa, West Indies.
arriving on the morning plane railroad authorities predict that by i j I position. She wished to attend to 16 degrees lower in the Peninsula t.I ported. {

from Miami this morning: a" follows 1939 the lines between Berlin and j j.I public school and her mother I II and colder weather prevails In 1875, the inlti 'lte says, 8G -
: Fred L. Culham Adrian :;, the southern tip of Italy will be,: the Duchess of York also desired' in the northern Rockies, percent of the steel was made by Truck Arrives Tonight t FREE MOONLIGHT

lornbush. David R. Taylor Tid! I electrified. I i I; that her daughter should bet Helena. Mont., reporting 18 degrees the Bessemer process, and only 2 With larf variety of FRESH I tI DANCE
S Carrero. Gladys Tingle. William Plans for electrifying German I II I Ij I I I brought up like any normal girl,;' this morning; while temperatures ; percent by the open hearth. In FRUITS and VEGETABLES II I
M. Toomer and Hester Scott. I I' j I roads have progressed to the an-* but it 1out of the question. have risen in the Plains and 1934. 90 percent of the olput I Tonight i atHabanaMadrid .

There were four bookings for.reservations !; I i: cement that 17,500 men will I I Follow Victoria' Path I West Gulf States.G. I came from open hearths and only. Lowe's Cash Grocery Club

on the return trip at'I : employed and that the cost will j It was pointed out that embarrassment -L S. KENNEDY. 8 percent from the Bessemer eon-1 1117 Dirision. St.: Phone 675 I 2 Orchestra
4 1 o'clock
this afternoon. 70000000. would arise both for Official in Charge. vertera. I _

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j NO WORLD COURT FOR U. S. i................................................. that adverse possession shall not ....................es.e
tDti RANGEFINDERS
ic t5t .1 FOR
, ) . I I The 'Inside'OfTheNews run against the state when the In
. I BEHIND THE LINES state holds the mortgage. Today Historyeee.e..e..e.eeeeo. GUNS CUT MAP COST
Sunday
parry UUvtpt ByTHL OSCAR M. JOHNSON
Should you be asked for reasons why By ...
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: c ITIZIiuui.isiiiNu! co. INC.L. I .........eIeo..e.....eese...................... One the n ...
H. AHTMAN. ..'._t. the United States did not join the World among bill bearing on.t 1865-Lee's surrender at Appomattox CI'F Aswrialed 1'r.

Front Tli Cltlseu Uulldla TALLAHASSEE, April 9.-In the legal rate of interest to .1 the conduct of elections will eek; -ending Civil War. i PRETORIA. So. Africa April

Coruec: Greene and Ann Str tavly Court, Senator Donaheys answer to one of explanation of the delay in 4 charged by banks on loans to eliminate the second primary ), -- -- '. 9.-Artillery rangefinder are

his constituents hits the nail on the head : the adjudication of the long eight to six per cent. .Bankers and restore the second choice voting -! being used to the Union of
Dally Newipaper In Key Welt and Monroe drawn out telephone rate controversy -' will bitterly oppo.se. .Another system once in vogue in Flor-j i 1809-Famous Hudson Bay map
County. "If Great Britain made the paymentdue 'ida. for Company, chartered in 1670, ced-j I South Africa.
the Railroad Commission, provides for a state constabulary .Support such legislation t
ed its territorial Considerable success' has attended
'
entered at Ky West. Florida, as second class matter us on the war debt, it would cost her in its annual report| about to be* . .Still another would take from I argue that the second primary rights to Canada. tI I the work, which is under
obvious boards makes difficult the I Ic3eltli.laey I
riFTV-SIXTII YEAH announced! says hIt is all state departments, doubly Union
I 4.1 per cent of her budget. She says shecan't with its limited u..vrolriation,1. colleges and other agencies thejright j, of men of small means 1912-Fediral Children's Bu;, the Trigonometrical Sur

Memtor .1 t\. AM.el.ted PreM : pay us but she is spending 13 sufficient only to one. to deposit revenues from!''I. .Observers are of the opinion, rcau created by Act of Congress. | vey.Officials
.I.j Associated Press U exclusively entitled to use percent : say only $3 need be
; ,r republication of all news dispatches credited to ,I engineer (telephone) the comII whatever jsource directly with i!:however, that there is small chance I I1H to mile of
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also of her budget on armaments. II mi. ,ion is faceI.with. ditcicultl. banks. .This bill would have all'| of adopting the second choice system Canadian victory at spent map a square usual
land as against $7.50 by
Ida local news published Ilue.JVNATIONAl i "If France paid, i it, would cost her 2 I task in ; thus inyestiKaconducting -t! income cleared immediately I again. I Vimy Ridge.1929Mrs, surveying methods an.! about $20

tion, the evidence and through the comptroller, who _
EDITORIAL) per cent of her budget. She says she can't reviewing 'i i for an air survey.Subscribe .
issuing an order tivithin; a limited would immediately turn same 1]): Under the constitution the state j
I' i\ () () i but she is Dolly Gann, sisterto
a pay us, spending .27.4 : ''
cent
,! / 93Sstiiscnirriox per period of time. M \L 11 pointed over to ,the, state, treasurer: who can make no appropriations for Vice-I'resident, won out in to The Citizen
'
of her budget on armaments. After the out that there are 26 telephonecompanies would become the state banker relief of indigents .If the stateis fight for social rank in Washing-'

RATES! armistice in Florida having in in fact .Not even the (comptroller to provide the $250,000 monthly
i was signed loaned France ton "
/ne Tear __ ... .. .. __. ....__-$10.0 we matching of FERA to
.. service in ll>32 over 236.000 would l lit"" authorized to make any : grants
-Is Months (.0* than billion I
three Months _..._.. ..._._ --' --- ?.2(1: : more a dollars and during the stations .The value of the telephone direct deposits. .Points i is made Florida as demanded by Federal 1934: Fleet of 100 U. S. Passenger Service

Veekly ine Month __.. .___-,. .. ..<%1' same period of time she loaned other European properties in the state isl that such procedure would pro- Administrator Harry Hopkins, it ships left- Pacific Coast for Atlantic war.: ',

countries $700,000,000."If given as $50.000,000. .The coin-; vide additional/ checks make possible must be done indirectly. .Nobody via Canal. I
AUVinTISI.\Q RATES mission also has authority a perfect balancing of books believes that Hopkins' demand-i!
Made known on application.STKCIAL. Italy it would overt I KEYJWESTNEW"'YORK
paid us cost her 1.4 -
be met in view of the heavy I
the late making of railroads and at any time, something now held 1 can
All reading; notices cards NOTICE of thanks, resolution efcjpeot per cent of her budget. She says she can't certified truck lines. .Also river' to be well now impossible . I(I demands for state expenditures in A flock known to be 113 years '

__ ritituary:: notice., etc, mill be charged for at pay, but she is spending 33.1 cent lines and! intra-state port to port I! schools, prisons, hospitals, roads, old is still keeping time in the!)
per on
:1t.*r :0 cents a line. 1 I '
.Inve in legi'la-m etc. .It be possible it is ad- home of Mrs. Lillie Webster
:.; .tl.\ + for entertainments by churches from which armaments. rates. >.tment propertiesover The have an may ,
r F,w.nw U to be derived are 5 cents a line. which it has regulatory' vaced, to make appropriations for Holloway of south HutchinsonJKa
Ta..-Citlaen: Is an open forum and Invites discus "We opportunity} to go on record on I
boa ol-pcblle l 111II11. and subjects of local or general spent $42,000,000,000 on their control runs into several hundred'millions ; the question of state purchase of construction; work at the prison S. S. "Henry R. Mallory"

rutrtet. but It will not publish anonymous communl war. We loaned them $12,000,000,000more. of dollars.! .But theelegislature and hospital at Chattahoochee and .
individual
for
st ...:L | last session provided automobiles depart. for other purposes and have such ; took the March examinations for Fridays! April 12, 26, May 10
We conscripted 4,000,000 for m.ent heads or enlployes..A bill
men admission law in Flf.ida
only on annual $54,000 appropriation expenditures accepted as in fact'a to practice and alternate Fridaysthereafter

their war. We shipped 2,000,00 across with which to conduct its business : !- has been drawn to limit such matching of funds. .It is possible succeeded in passing.: This
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST purchases to specific appropriations
the sea. We shipped almost all in British:; Illustrative of its situation that in view of the constitutional -i j was the highest percentage of I Du. New York Tuesdays A. M.
made by the legislature.If
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN bottoms and Great because': of inadequate finances, it' prohibitions, the legislature ;, failures in many )' s..Getting ist Class < /IK
paid Britain $140 to
will take two month to transcribethe will leave to the people themselves'! admission is being made increasingly I Fare .. tDitl

.,. $180 for the transportation! of every boy. testimony given in connection' the legislature submits for the determination of this whole hard. .There is now talk'J 3rd Class flJOff

1. Water and Sewerage. We paid them to transport our boys to with applications to permit al, ratification i i i a constitutional relief question, through the device that legislation will be proposed Fare &*"

lets . truck line from Jacksonville:: toi amendment creating a special of submitting a constitutional!'; requiring examinations under the
co..pl their
2. Bridges'to Road to Main.ir war. Meals and Berth
I to immediately for q Inclddinj
.. three-judge Board of Examiners
'f""""' ,, :# t. . I River Junction over Road No. l. | : agency amendment giving the legislature State

,bn.d..4I, .. ; .' .. "A hundred and twenty-five thousand I examine into causes of removals power to appropriate for relief. . graduates of the 'University of C. SMITH.. Agent Key West
<< made. 1 ,
once a removal is Florida Stetson and University of
3. Free, Port.. jPt- ,. of those boys never came back .Ora4ge. county citizens interest-' A l) tween the lines! reading of the}
[ the state will be spared many I Miami law graduates: who are now I CLYDE-MALLORY UNES
t : "We ,are paying $800,000,000 el. i ill seeing a fifth congressional governor's message might suggest |!I i, .
."*. hotels.and ApartmVutv a year ; thousands of dollars annually in i that the chief executive sees ahead 1 automatically accepted uiion their,
.. I' interest these debts that disfjictiaised: a small)! sum of of duplicate salaries! : {
on we contracted the payment hl\ early discontinuance of the : rf'feiving.thf'ii' diplomas. I
5. # about securing re- .
..hliaviFon.. for them and that they now refuseto"pay.(; dii-tricting moneyp go the four existing congressional upon re-instatement by the sen FEKA grants. -------or----- ----. - _.__ .o....:_. .......
6. Au'ports-Land and Sea. ate-if, and! when, the amendmentis
"If you subscribe to the greatest districts in a business- I
electorate.
n 7. Consolidation of County and City i approved by the Voters of the 1,300: election .
like Circuit JudgeC.
fraud of all time and condemn me for vot- way. Former
Governments. (). Andrews, a native West precincts of the state are now allowed -
.s ing 'no' on World court adherence, sign Floridian and! former assistant I At request Attorney General to hunt or fish in their respective -; Your OpportunityNow

this I Landis has drawn a bill providing precincts .The legislature -
.- -. -. statement and return it to me. attorney" general, was prevailed ,
r will be asked to extend this
on to come to Tallahassee and use''I ...
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN his pursuasive: powers, with the 1 I CII.UtTtU IIFsiltvl% :441T2.m-murr. e I privilege to all citizens of the precinct -

PINK SNOOPER SLIPS legislators .Andrews will plug 1 without penalty- license. is the time to modernize your home and
Illa'OiIT. OP CONIIITIOV: : OK Tit?
for a new district embracing St.' I"IU"'I' NATIONAL:' IIAMt: OPKK to make such improvements to your property as may

WILL always seek the truth and print i it The United States Chamber of Com Johns, Putman, Flaglar, VOlusia,1 II FI.OI2IIIA.%" WKST A'I'lTUB THK .!I::1,0"10.'r..'I''': UK INItl I but Little it is has growing been more said about apparent it. be needful or desirable before costs! advance too

Seminole, Orange, '...IU'II a. I-!:
!S\K"H 4)\
'without fear and without favor; never be merce at the behest of Chambers of Com dian River, Osceola, Lake, Pasco, I ASSETS!' t| that. the campaign of independent much.

['afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; merce from most of the larger cities of Hernando, Citrus, Sumter and I IMarion. i moans and .liscount $ ;';.41.%.3% merchants of the state in opposition -

:always fight for progress; never be the or- the country has gotten into the fight to . .In the shake-up the I I tlvrrIrafla United ;cattn..v..rn- .t ..31 to the continued expansion of See us about the U. S. Government plan on

gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, have the law repealed which compels West Florida third congressionalwould m.-nt obligations an.l.or. fullyKuarante direct chain pyrotechnics stores, will during furnish the session plentyof long term modernization loans.
be extended to include
.. .
faction or class; always do its utmost for the those who make out a Federal income tax Jefferson Taylor and Madison. . .bonds- l 8tok8-, RSS,119.73Other . .It is known that the independents

welfare tolerate and securities IH.12-.51;; :; are organizing for a real invasion Enjoy the benefits while you pay.
public ; never corruption or return to also make out a summary of their Jacksonville would be put in the
house $1:9.000;
Itai.kinjc of the legislative halls. .
injustice denounce vice and praise virtue tax return second congressional. district. . Furniture soil fix- "'
; ; and forward it with the returnto !
. .. Most talked of would
The stretching turen. Jll.OS2.33: 33.0X2.33 plan require
fourth district
-now -
commend good done by individual or organ be placed at the disposal of the public. from Key West to Fernandina, Ueal estate bankiiiK' owned house. olh..rthan 4i,6S6.1;; 1 1Kexerve chain stores or chain organizationsto The First National Bank of Key West

ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and Those opposed to the filing of the summary would include Okeechobee, St.. with FederalItrsrrve be incorporated under Florida
14S.953.33Cash ;; :;
lank law, with Florida stock control. .
opinions; print only news that will elevate contend that it will be an easy source of Lucie Martin, Palm Beach, in vault an with other impose a progressively
Broward, Dade, Monroe, Collier
end not contaminate the reader; never com- information for kidnapers and racketeers hanks J :294.:47.76!! : heavier tax on units in Insurance Corp.YOUR .
Lee, Ilendry Glades. The first Outside checks and Member of the. Federal Deposit
.promise with principle.An : There seems to be no valid excuse for district. would include HillsLoro; other (A8h items ...... :2X4.56! I the chain. .Tampa seems to be 4 .-\ .-

this Polk, Manatee, Hardee, Pinellas, Redemption fund with the center and headquarters of the i BAN'
new requirement except that it will U. :3. Treasurer ana campaign.
Highlands, Ie Soto Sarasota and I due from U. :S. I .
render personal business available to the .
!iIIIIII.OIlI
'J'r..RI'IUr..r.' I
advertised bargain is usually areliable Charlotte. .Congressman Green, 2,53 it.9 C
curious minded public. It offers no additional of the present second district, is'I( h..r assets Only fourteen of the 07 who II I

bargain. assistance to the Income Tax Collector expected to vigorously oppose,'I I T..eaI8".t"_.. .$(1,11411.9:18.03I : -. .. .. ...-- ---..- - - .

fearful that if powerful Duval is I A lu larus!
since representatives of the depart r''II''II

-'_'The beauty of one's life consists not brought into his district, he may : Demand ..1fP05II.Oxcept( ....... . . .eeee .............r
ment have always had access to all per be retired. .No objection of con- I II. S. Government deposit .e..o..e.e..e....... ... . eee..eeC
irPiho: I ". public funds
end but in the dedication.
sonal and private records of the individualfor sequence is expected to be heard I and deposit of other

the purpose of arriving at his income. from the present third district in ;. Tim.bank. deposits except. t 31"lII.! : !

extending it to include Madison, savings, iuh-
postal: |
j=..:When you understood that you can't The blank is: commonly referred to as Jefferson and Taylor, but these lie fund ami deposits We Invite You
of other hanks un.n.69:;
ii
please everybody you may begin to find a Snooper Slip. And, by the way, if you three counties may object. .Mark ; 1ul.li.funds of Stales.4ountirn. I

life worth while.Everymody. should fail to make out the precious thing Wilcox, now representing theFourth trJ.-ts.r, Hohool other sub d i.-
not look with favoron !
may divisions or munlrl.allllfK -
and return it with your report, the department :I45.7S0.37! !
the
proposed arrangement |

that we have ever talkedto will make out one from your return because of the dominant positionin United nieiit and Ktutes postal 04lv"rn.saving 1 To Drop In and See Our

and assess a fine of five dollars as punish- which Miami and Dade: County d<-|>?sils' . 36C.86S.J5\ : .
has a plan that will cure our ills, is placed. .Not much oppositionis Drpoalta of other banks.including .
ment for negligence.ONE certified
economic and otherwise. your expected from the counties proposed and cashiers' checksouisiKii.imK Complete Line Of iR
5,629.02: :
: for the new first, but those
Total of Hems 15 to III: lb.
PASTOR WORRIED eliminated from the present first (a. fiecure -

Some people call a doctor and then may. . d I by
't |>leilK "'

rOl1tinue o .!ake. their o\VM.tr. atmnt a but, t. 'K Wee*+ '. where pastOltla,} l large' city The terms of twenty five circuit or luaus investment andl-| 1 I Wine and Liquor Sets j

they are"tlying.off! rapidly. l E...! I..4s.ierts> that ''increasing: knowledge of talephysical judges,expire within the next few (l > Not. secured $ 594,109.67b t.. ., I I ,

universe is making it constantlymore mouths.\ , .All entered into the I pledge by of ". *.;' ,"' Cocktail Sets Highball Sets \
last primary elections at: their '
loans, andl] >tt .i
for j; ;
Some i ,, eOJrrl0l:1 difficult thoughtful people, es-f
advertisers make/j t :
own peril last year. N t.What'agoing or ilY( ""'b'I\ .

tunate mistake of. trying' Jp> putkyfl] enO I(pecially among the young, to believe in to happen if the legislature 1 iiienti1.*./...1.001.45.:8<< I! Cordial Sets in; r Buffet Sets I

store into a six inch ad.-Sanford Herald. i G.>d." refuses to le-district the judicial (o) Total. II .
circuits reduce I Ikvposits' S1.59S.3S5: ;; .
i The reverend is unduly excited. Most\ to the) numberfrom I Circulating notes'out-, : '1 1I .'
I Sanford
!i too. 28 to 15 as required by the I I I standing ...--.......,..- S.850,10
I thoughtful people believe in Godtheyonly recent constitutional amendmentThe Capital Account:

differ in defining what they mean by govenror cannot appointjUIIt's ]i, f o...k mU"nstn l.woo '
If you don't believe man descendedfrom for unexpired terms'' shares', parIuU.00
God. It is hard definition to offer. The except ,
a
$ per
the apes visit a bathing beach.- or 'or the full term of six years!; share . $ 100.0AOOA if i Artistic Glass Tableware :
I
Times-Union. Better still watch 'em race, as a whole, knows so little about the . .If appointments are made furl f I Surplus U53.nTotal Specialties

Creator that the Divine Being cannot be six years-the Governor can't Capital( Account. 14 .752 !III
parading in shorts. appoint "to the next senate"temporarilyno ,
fully explained. situation Total Uabilities .......$1.810.5.03 Beverage Sets TumblersGoblets
as ,
What worries the brother and others I..m..ran.lllm : Loans
I favorable as:' the present for re- and Investments

Ah, how remote seems the time whent''ryboly like him, some of them in Key West is cirtuit.iugfl\ \ present itself Jin Liabilities Pledged :tn Secure Steins Shells

was eager to paste the old Blue that many "thoughtful people" disagree i fix years. .Conje lawyers reason United Slates Government : .
obligations. direct 1-
Eagle in the window, instead of in the with his conception of God. This is well- that judges will continue to serve and'or fully '

Tlie I( "until their successors are ap- guaranteed ..,... .. .. 6H4.S87.S3 S Champagne Stems Cocktail Stirrers
.lat Herald.
Boston
it, would, indeed, be a sorry divinity that f)() nt('.!". other bonds. stock*.
II and securities . . 14S.C2U.CS
could be defined in full by present day O
While it is understood that at Total Pledged. (excluding . I
Writing your congressman is a poor II human beings. rediscounts. ) .$ 733.: 'Stt8.31
least have it'
; two legislators made! I II
way to work off a grouch. Have a heart I known that they intend to I 1'ledged AKallls'Ir'ulatl: g i

congressmen also have hearts.-TimesI PREDICTS SECESSION duce general 1 biMs! to le intro-I. 'I Against notes outstanding U. 1 K. >overn-... u 100,000.00. . Electric Mixers, Beverage Shakers \

fonr.s of rambling! indications! : merit and postal sayIngs 1 I
nion. Yes and secretaries .
they alsojiave
I .... ..
'I deposits 373,242.09Against : '
are that: whether or not all forms Other
and typists-paid for by the government.The Roger W. Babson, economic statistician of ambling: are, legalized; !, a I I i ,public counties.funds ofStates : Also \

reports an intense development of a determined effort will be made*, school districts. or I
other subdivisions or Household Necessities and
Key West Citizen is read in provincial Nationalism in the Pacific Coast to license" the operation of slot]I'' municipalities . ..._ :51,"'.:2.is Specialties. d4t{. 'WI'1 5
machines. .Such has 'I .
a bill been I Pledge ,.. .. .. ... I i : . h
Maine, California and the Argentine, but J Total $ 733.244.S1: ;-'t' .
drawn for early presentation .
States.As 8tat I !I.,
by no :stretch of the imagination would a result of this local patriotism Suspicion is that slot machine. County; 'orl Monroe ss: '
I i I I, J. J. Trevor, Cashier of .
this paper suggest that this reader interest Mr.\ Babson says he would not be surprisedto owners themselves; are behind the tb* above-.amed baak, do seleniBly I S
measure. . ; I swear that the above statement "Your home is worthy of the beat ;
would pay local advertisers. Advertising see the Pacific Coast States secede from i j its: ,true wed to belief.the best of my knowledge -i :

iu The Citizen pays because 95 per centum the United States. Attorney" General Landis renders -]i I I J. J. TREVOR.

of'the readers are living on this island and The Southern states asserted the con the legislators individually *II I i I CORRECT-Attest: Cashier. South Honda Contracting & Engineering Co. {
service which he is not requiredto I WM. R. WARREN.
within stitutional of secession lost it
a radius of a few miles. National right and on JAMBS R. STONERS, .
perform by law .He is glad A. R. MILLER,

advertisers: are particularly impressed with the battle fields of Virginia. What would to do it un to the limit of the I,I Subscribed and sworn Olractora.to Beforeme : PawwSM While and Elfca Streets -:

this situation, as the beneficial reader interest I be the attitude of the nation today if apart rapacity of his office. .lie has this 4th day of April. 19)*_ .
prawn bill at the requestof wit(. A. FREEMAN. .
is concentrated within a definitely I attempted to withdraw? No one j[ member's..Also many constitutional Notary' Public State of Florida at .e................e...................................................
Large My Commission Expires

confined area, l knows. amendn nts. .One would reduce Apr, JI. Ita., IIIIII II.

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APRIL 9, 1935. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN rAGE THBEE



LEGALS ..... .-. 1S.C I S.C S.S C I S S e.s ss...

I (CLASSIFIED: .1 Today's HoroscopeS

iORflTHICIIESJ ,OT1rr.; or MtUTfMt* ".".F.
c* .C 5 CS C C C.C C S.C C.C o*C**.
NOTICR IS ilF.RERY fiI''F.S that J
( u4vr and by virtue of. ..01 pur COLUMNLOST This day is associated"with finance
; SPORTS nuant: to that certain decree. made
tTNOPSia Jamtt "Mm'on. ///. dark corner or Leslie's little side< and .-.|*rr .
fca 9. -.._.....
/* patted kit bar ezamfnatlim. veranda with black murder In bis February A, H. 135! by the Honor- and a seemingly !successful
and &rpnn a (au> career <* able Jffferoon II. Hrown Judge of career.
,k* ojtr. oU dead pra'idf oilier'. heart. Near him sat Tom Ellsworthand I the Circuit Court of the Twentieth .. There is great acquisitiveness,
fillrt"r.JK4f1f1 Heltt.b. Tk.Jdp.pred4cti Bud Howard. On the rail Judicial Circuit of Monroe County I
tht for Janet, coupled with fear of lOllS whichis
grtl "o* a ,
Kli>rj'la, in Chancery in that certain -
LOST
$5.00
SaUrday. Rewardif
Jackson Crowell-all
and Ik* muiMeroHa family frlnnl sprawled good .
.
.. ,,. I rauv* therein pending wh.rE'lnLtoROY likely to be well grounded.
ciaUy "0"11111I1&11.* fellows and tried and true companions returned to 523 Southard
Russell is the complainant
tart out 10 //U4 JOrAU Much will
an appro. depend the hour of
on
. ......... and John R. Staff an.l10': '' -
p'.441 / TA,y d*d Ski rick' J*H' but unwelcome at the present -- - -'- .-. - ---- street. apr9.lt '
\orrkr*B.-bi for Letii Hat-Tit, daughter of a unhappy moment.It e.eeSSSeIeS..eeb.eeeeeeeeeee.ee.e..ee..e... dead their unknown h..lrll.I..e.-... -
printer urk. omrtlmc itMl too was one of those rare nights In: LOCALS DOWN grantees or other claimant, and all ROOMS ,

uil'c_' : June that poets have sung about j i.i! DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS persons In having the lands or claiming hereinafter an de-interest 1

Chapter 14 from time Immemorial. The mis.' tl4.'rlhf'd. are defendant. the underMgned "THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled OVER-SEA HOTEL

thlevous old moon had for the ten VETS TWICE IN I Special Mavter In Chancery in price> and I location
ABOUT UESUE$ & I appointed. l> said decree, will 917 FLEMING STREET
hundred thousandth millionth time; 128 NE 4th Street Miami. Fla.
;I offer for sale and Dell at public outcry -
TN New Concord there was a rumor turned the world into a place of sll-' I (By GRAVY) to the high..f>t biJJer f,.r cash apar416txPIANO j -Roomi-

current but never confirmed, that very mystery and enchantment.It . __.._ .-r....._._ ._._._ ._._._._._._._._._._.__..-.--..-.---..-.-..-----.-.-.-----.- SUNDAY TILTSSCORE before the front door of the CountCourt > With RunningWater., $1.00
lloune. in Key: Went. MonroeCounty
Joan Harris. the father of Leslie was so fair a night that sleepyl il TUNING Person; With Bath, $1.50
I Florida( on Monday the
|! Last Sunday there were such a after all Old I
was tbejblack -s eQ}!.& g,od, .fanily \: .llttje; nesting birds woke up. took! Li says a few other Cth day of May A D. 1935! : (same a Person
cjsroff on'account of lila Inte i. 'their heads out from under their i: plethora of persons pursuing a I so-called professionals could go IN FIRST CONTEST bemtc a rule/ day of said Court anda PIANO TUNER, LaureaatoMo. WEEKLY RATES
habits.It j pellet that any peripatetic peregrinators out and do likewise and they would legal sales lay) during the legal
perale wings and sang a bar or two before, bourn of nale. to-uif Between It i reno. Excellent piano for sale I Newly Renovated
was certain that be had an education they discovered it was not morningand j wno might be perusing, find there would be fewer sixes STOOD 10-0 WHILE SEC. o'clock In the forenoon and I cheap. 1018 Division street. New EquipmentNew
of sorts for when be was went back to steep again. Les-- i a score card were apt to be popped and sevens and more threes and I. ..'610<<"1;. in the afternoon of kaid mar20-1mo
day, the follovinif deKcribed ManagementNO
very drunk he was fond of quotingthe He's side! porch was a pleasant place I in the pan by said gutta percha fours. Of course this dependson OND GAME WOUND UP WITH t'rtto ftatixf said d..reoJoy/ prop painient '- CLEANER HOTEL

classics and on the rare occasions even In the daylight I pellet. In other words dear readers -I who is keeping the score TALLY BEADING 1-0 : of the amounts therein specified FOR RENT ANYWHEREDOWN I

when he was persuaded to put There was a hammock and cushions , most everybody and his broth- tiring part of Government

on his shabby Prince Albert and accompany and chairs that were designed I er were out playing the Royal and Pretty soon the Thursday after Lot 3, 5 and C of Section JN BEST RESIDENTIAL SEC-

his wife to church he bud especially for comfort. A honey. j Ancient pastime on Sunday a. m. I noon closing will be in effect and I South Kitihteen of Range(18) 3ft Township I! ..:al'lt.' and<2 TION-Large cool room with
JOVE
conceded. quite the air suckle! In full bloom trailed over Its (By ) .
as everyone ( when some of them oughta been then you will see rome golf shoot being on Plantation Ke>-. and i in choice of double or twin beds.
of a gentleman. four posts and met overhead and The Key West baseball nine defeated more particularly described. as
saying their prayers and not like ing. One of the most missed of
follows' Also nice single' room. House-
: KeinK the S. \"ar -
He was never known. however to made the porch for the moment' I William Wesley says his., I. any of the boys is old Berlin Saw the Veterans from CampNo. I of Lot 1 according to portion the keeping privileges. 727 Eaton

speak of his family or antecedents seem the center of a great fragrant yer. But "Daddy" says he has a 1 and No. 3, stationed at Low. map of the estate of .1. It. Tinder street aprg-2t
deceased "all!
end it was believed that his wife bouquet.On I It seems that the aforementioned new pair of feet now and he can er Matecumbe on the bridge workin I recorded in Plat Hook map 1, being page
knew as little about them as any such a night therefore: with 111. ilonroo Count ', 1.'ioriiIRet..rds ....
William took "Pi beat the That ) GOES THE PRICE
as a partner any man on course. section FOR RENTBICYCLES OF
that in
one else. Mrs. Harris always referred his chosen fair one near. surely both games' ofa The portion of grou noltH'r..III
rate" Arthur Morgan and the two in he doesn't shoot
I providing over conteyetl commences at
James should have been happy; but
to her husband }Ir. Har doubleheader
.
as he most emphatically was not. I of them clicking off strokes like I 200 for any eighteen hole!*. Sunday.In a point where the "-'h' boundary -WE RENT by the I SHAVING COMFORT
ris" even in the bosom of her famIly the first of Kaid Lot 1 intersect
and she regarded him with enormous For. in the favored place, beside Sarazen and Runyan gave the licking game! Robert Bethelwas with the Atlantic Ocean; thence Hour, Day or Week. Repair

respect 'In spite of the fact Leslie on the porch step sat the of a lifetime to Russell Kerr I II Bob Stowers!: reports) that the pitted against the star hurler. along naid bouiidar line in a all makes and paint them with
N. Wly direction 356:; feet
<< to
i
that he drank up! so much of his Income alert the successful!, the immaculately and Li Plummer. Willie admitshe couple of times he has been out Lefty Lewis and the local.i'on! the riKht-o-na of the K. I':. Nu-Enamel. We carry a full I

that Iih6.was fprced.tp<<: take In clad Surcuel Fletcher \vnos=e. I shot a "fair score" *nd says he has played as good as ever. by a score of 10 to 0. .'. fly Company; thence In a N.l1y supply) of parts. Agent for the I

sewing in order to make ends meet hair l always stayed brushed and whoa he had some help from Morgan.. And they say a "rest ain't no The clubs started playing very rlght-of-wa direction' :Oft along feet: the thence aid" at' Kollfast and Dayton Bicycles. '

She was a pat tent tired''lit'tle wo !\nys knew exactly what to do But Russe'd, and Li have not! givena good." Capt.) Curry Harris who good ball and at the end of the right .nll"lI! in a S. Sly direction << And sell them as (ow as: $$.00

wjth hls'hnnds.lI\hd t*ct.J goqd yet. found too "mosquitoes or third inning the stood noth 3U fett to the Atlantic week. We
man the daughter p{a small grocery I answer .'I, many score t""-<<-an; thence at right angle down' and $1.00et)
end no one ever heard her complain! J maybe musketeers" on the Keys, ing-nothing. Then Mickey Par- along the Khore line in a S.Wly Buy an4 Sell all males. of used 4

either of herhMb4dr. of her bard. SAM of course. had J his guitar with. .. If practice means anything then has returned to his filial domicile. rott offered the club that won a direction SOO:feet .to the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. 4
.... point of beginning. Tli lat
dreary life. -- .O/f\ and as usual he vas,.strum Li shoul! be aide to, play number! .However he says he is also back case of cold beer. The locals mentioned boundary being a .Stowers,company. 515 Duval ,

John Harris had boarded at her ming It and making the night hideous "two in less than par. Any, day.on account of business. I sure started working in the fourth ).eat'h meander. ,street apr9-tf
to the moon about Also: Th. a Wly portion of ,
mother's when be first came to New by yowling I after 5) p. m. you may find Mr.I am glad to hear one guy admit frame and with two outs, Hale Lot 14 according to said map -
love and kissing
about
Concord and Mrs. Harris was never love-always I Plummer retting them up to the i that he has any of that now. Most and Castro singled in successionand of J. II. Pinder's estate, recorded PERSONALS '
certain bow to be "Though it were D -athtte in Plat Book 1, page 81,
quite they came
flag on number two. What I can't of us have been hunting around Schoolboy Rueda came

married. John bad suggested It in sang feelingly I'd "I'd die.gladly for this.die. for Ob !I understand! l is why he picks on I for the past five years without through with another single, scor. and Monroe bes County'Inning, Florida at the Records point, STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS :
gladly
my love INDIGESTION victims why 1j/'t
en expansive moment and some way where the Western boundaryof
number time he has but that how- both
have I two; every much hope, hope ing runners.In .
his.: James could strangled said hot 14 Intersects with
It occurred to her to suffer! For quick relief get a
never say no. i played me he made number two I ever small keeps: us going! As the the sixth, the locals scored the .'. E. C Ry. rightofway.thenc.0 ;
At that time Mr. Harris was not a free sample of Udga a doctor'lprecription
him.Sam alone said boundary in
always made James feel shy better than any other. Maybeethat boss of this paper saye, "hope three more runs and added another
printer but a reporter. lie had drift. a X.'y' direction, << 1174 feet to at Gardner's Phar- comfort bit aa All-
and tongue-tied and hideously awk. practice counts for something I springs eternal" etc. one In the seventh frame. the waters of the Ray thenceat ,' SHAVING
ed into New Concord one winter'smorning macy.marl31819202S2627aprl23. , in price with the
ward. Sam only or t.otbe They climaxed their scoring in the right-angles along the
was a year . '
and asked for work at the --- ---- -- aDDOlIRccmcD'ofProbakJlU
---- waters of the Bay in a X. arty ; :
office of the Dally Globe. As there senior. but he had assumed all eighth:; inning when four local players direction 200 feet; thence in an 8-9x !I ',j" -the remarkable new double-
the airs of an octogenarian since the I II crossed the home plate to Kasterly direction 1174 feet I.,
was apparently nothing about a WILLIAM CATES mvr or less; to the. .'. Jo:. C. - - - ,, edg. razor bb :.Think of id!
newspaper office which be Could! not wholesale grocery house for which KEY WEST IN bring the total number of runs to R)'. right-of-way; thence In a FOR SALE : You get 25 keen,smoothsb.q' ..-
lie worked bad: sent him out on the ten. :4. Wly direction along Raid F.R uniform in
do they gave him a Job' in the composing I II : \ ins blades quality
room. Later he told the editor road selling beans and canned GETS BAD BREAK DAYS GONE BY -Ingraham, of the Key West the C point right-of-way of beginning.250 feet Said to I SECOND SHEETS-500 for 50c. for oolr 5W.You'll wonder

very casually that be had once beena goods and similar "trash. I nine, hit a triple a double and lot of land being about S',4 The Artman Press. aug7 i how such fine blades can be

reporter on the New York Sun. but He boasted that he stayed at all Happenings Her Just 10 Years two singles in five trips to the acres more or less. The firstparcel sold for so little mooef.
afterward denied the best hotels in every town he I IN BASEBALLDOMMADE Taken From of land herein described BENJAMIN LOPEZ Probak is the
making any such Ago Today Aa plate. Baker and Ubieta hit two containing llj acres more or Junior product

statement. However in aq emergEncy i"covered" and to hear him talk he Th. Files Of The Citi*.,nAt doubles in four tries. I...... FUNERAL HOME A of unequalled manufacturing .
had the unlimited expense account I Also: On the Island known
I methods sad matchless skilL
he was "tried out" as reporter -
a
In the field Castro, Ubieta and
,
; as Plantation Key and knowni Established 49 Ymtrs
James he '
Gould. To was
and held this position for two of a Jay GOOD IN TRYOUT WITH Hale played great for the i on Oeo. 1.. Mardonald'a amended This blade is automatically
.years, at times with brilliant success. altogether "fresh" and pushing and 'I the meeting of the Atlantic locals. a Gilliard game and Beck plat of Government Lots 3, Sand Key w... OU..t a tempered ground, booed soda
: Kokey
C of Section 18, Township 24-Hoar Amb.la.es Service
vulgar. BROOKLYN DODGERS FIRST Coastal Highway Association to stropped-gi Yu you wonderfulshavingsatisfaction.Ti7Probak
starred! for the Veterans. 63 South Range 38 East recorded .
Naturally Mr. and Mrs. Harris bad What Leslie the sweet the shy. be held in Jacksonville April 17 In Plat Book I. page 101, uc..ed Embalm. 'cit:.._
never been received In New Con.cord' the incomparable . Leslie with BUT MET WITH ADVERSITY i and 18, there will be a number of Score by innings: R. II. E. Monroe County Florida Public Pb... 13ft Nl_fct ...e.1MJ .,- Junior and see for yourself.Get
her dear appealing little ways her K. W. .. 000 203 140-10 17 0 Records as follows: The Easterly them todff from your dealer
inner social circle but Leslie ASSIGNMENTS important matters discussed and ..
IT OTHER half of Lot 3 having a ,
soft little hands her marvelous understanding Vets ._ 000 000 0000 1 3
their only child had been admitted frontage of 272 feet 6 inches
one of them will be the matter of tt CilltUt
from her school days. There wasn't I her big dark blue eyes Batteries: Bethel and Ingraham; along the F. K. C. Ry. risht-of- Pirates Cove Fishing Camp pr.kJaei.orfius *
the next in
much to that made a man sort of gulp every holding meeting Key Lewis! Cole, Harrison and Licata. way and a frontage of 300 feet 4d Prtlxtk razorsPRBAK
Leslie as agreed
everyone ; We t. To this end dele more or less along the Atlantic
she was just a sweet little thing time he was bold enough to look William Cates, Key West boy as large a Summary: Errors: Licata ocean. Containing 2*. acres, Pirate Cove FlorUa
down into them. . what a rare soul gation as possible is expected to Sutton three base hit In. more or less. The division of
though young and old liked her. who made good in his tryout with Neary. ; : 20 Miles From Key West on
In could like hera could see in that-thl.t; Cleave Key West and their domin. graham two base hits: Baker aid lot being shown on sail
fact no one help liking the Brooklyn Dodgers and after ; plat. the Overseas Highway
$ Leslie; she was that sort. Perhapsit mutt! lie sighed audibly at this ating thought will be to put forth Ubieta, Hale; stolen bases; Ubieta Also: On the Island knownas

was because she seldom offended shattering ot his Ideal; and Tom and wards was accepted by the Gainesville every effort to have Key West I; 2, Gonzalez 2. Baker Hale Rueda; Plantation Key and amended knownon SWIMMING POOL
Bud and old Jack sighed with him. Northeastern designated the city for the Geo. L. Macdonald's FINE CUISINE
team of the as
hadn't enough "gumption
anyone i double plays: Gilliard to Babes plat of Government Lots 3, 5
as Miss Julia said. And then she was But their misery was not to en Florida League, as second baseman meeting in 1926. It is being asked and Gilliard to Neary; struck out and C of Section 18, Township First Class Accommodations
dure forever. The hateful sons was in i G3 South Range 3S East recorded
that each voter West who
Key
naturally such a happy little person has been getting the bad Bethel 5. by Cole 0, by Lewis In I'lat Rook 1, page 101. Write or Telephone for
Leslie had
before
happy as a child U. happy without barely finished gave favorable Consideration. to 13; bases on balls: off Lewis 2, off Monroe County. Florida Public Reservations
thinking about It. coaxed her four sulking swains breaks and is now without an assignment the recent bond issue at the election Records as follows: The east-
clown on the steps beside her or on J l Bethel l 1 ; hit by pitcher: (Kubii) eily half of Lot I:, hating a Rte: $5.00 t. $7.00 Pr Day
make an effort to get to Jacksonville by Bethel time of : 1:45. frontage of 250;; feet along theF .gM RIG US PAT.OfF.omea .
Harris family lived In a bum- the cushions in the grass at her feet Offered the infield position and lend weight to the ; game ..:. C. right-of-way and afrontage American PlaitaN PATiNTs PtN0IN
THE little while had them singIng of 180 feet the _
frame close to and In a I I along C -
cottage very 'In chorus and laughing as hap. with the Leaksville team of the plea for the 1926 meeting to beheld In the second game the local Itay of Florida, and containing
Miss Julia Pratt's. Miss Julia fronted -- - --
in this city. I.. acres more or less. The -
on North Fifth street and the ptly as if they had not each knowna Bi-League at a salary of $75 per I[boys again shut out the Veterans, division of said lot being shown

Harrises on Elm. but their back and man' bitter disillusionment a few month or the :same position with this time the score was 1 to 0. on said plat.T"CI'.h..r CIIIIIIII..lIIIIIIII.4lJust

side yards met and mingled In neighborly moments earlier. the Gainesville team at $125 per There are more morays on exhibition !f Baker and Hale of the locals r..ibtti1. r.unio with belonging all rloarian or I

fashion. Prom her back win She persuaded Bud to favor them month, he accepted the latter offer at the Curry Aquariumnow played with the Veterans and In anywise appertaining.VM. .

dows Miss Julia could see Leslie at with "Fran le." his new coon sons ,and reported for practice. than there has ever been be. Baker got the only hit for the Spet'lalIa..t..r\ II.in&lALONE.Chancery.RAYMOND :' .

work in the kitchen or shaking rugs and made Sam play the accompaniment He was all O. K. with the team fore. The collection comprises two Vets and that was in the very first P.. LORD Three

on an upstairs porch or digging In through all the seventeen and had been told to send for green and five spotted member inning. Solicitor for Complainant.

her garden. verses. Mrs. Cates which he had of the family and they are the The locals scored their lone mar9-: apr2-9-lC

Leslie band Afterwards she smiled up at most interesting of the I in the frame. With
was a master with when on Sunday he was done'l many tally opening \micK
!flowers and in the and James In her shy little way and dwellers of the on display I
spring sum that the directors had sea now two outs, H. Castro doubled to
and late into the autumn adroitly started him talking about in the tanks. lTHH ('0l"NT" JllMIirs!' COIKT
mer the
uwetinganI decided to let the I right and scored on an error bythe Months
Doley Henderson his latest"client. lAM) FOR MO Ml OK CHIT\. 5 Leftin
Harris place was ablate with color: local boy, Pittman fill the po$- I r shortstop. PLUMIUA. IN PItUn Tt:.
and fragrance. Partly,..perhaps, because who had recently been arrested by tiorP The Schooner Etta Mildred of II, Castro was the best hitter In r. IBllt.t" of ,
o..l4.1 Blue for conduct and lanrguag :) \ .: __ n : W. .
tItJ: I48NR
of her brlt'ye11ow hair Leslie "
reminded alias -3u1i somewhat ;* fnbecomlng a colored gerTtleman. l"MCnt'ea] :: telejrran;was Sflnt by Tampa was reported in distress I for the lo als. and Baker for theVetl'rans. .. I' pacessed.Notice .
yesterday afternoon about seven 1 U hereby given to all
Cates to Stengel ): ,
Casey manage
which, take
to ,
advantage
that 41
or her own daffodils swaying so hap whom it way concern ayTutllfv
"In the II \Vh.e. be repeated the repartee <<1 the Doers, asking about theak1e'ai1uriqnt.Stengel miles off Tortugas. 7-4A1.' The' ..CutlerSaukee. } &. inJne-fieiJ? Castro,.''AceI Jh n d r Uriied .lecutriz "
ply 1
spring ,
She seemed as;careless breeds.and.care: .lit,bit: between the two co4teaV- .. rQ- of the Coast tuard f/was .i vedo end TTuciTo starred for the of lju'yV..the'.UtsTSvilt Burner.:"and-,, -_.T.d.' ti"ha.*nt filed of ;4 *b ff' ur' }Jileia1 off r' onb ).

of the and the Nothing in view at despatched to the scene and if Key West team. Smallridge ,
free as they-Just a pretty delight ants in spite judge plied "Sorry. I with the Hoiiurablo Hugh Gunn.
ful everyday garden flower that other restraining minions of the prerent. Leaksville roster com found necessary! will render assistance i Sickler and Nabor played good for .I'ojualy iJuOt*, ufiJunrtx County,
any. I her final and has '
: Leslie her silvery to the disabled vesnel. the Veterans. Florida report
laughed
law. pleted. |
one might raise. In contrast Jane I mad application fur her dischargeas
Northrup was a stately American throaty little laugh until the murder There was naught for Cates to Score by innings: R. 11. E.: KxvtutrU of the I..alt Will and 1IFTOP

beauty rose that had required the I died In James' heart and hIs shattered . do but to return home. He arrived I I The Key West Chamber of Commerce I Key West 100 000 0-1 4 0 'Testament ceased.Itoted. of Guy W. Lamer de

best of nurture and generations of idol was buUt up again miraculously. today. Seen at his home on is in receipt of a telegram Veterans n 000 000 0-0 1 1 April I, l 83.

at a bound. from the Hamilton Wright Syndicate Batteries Lucilo and Ingraham MAY TUTTLE.
breeding to bring to Its full perfec North Beach he told The Citizenhe : ; Will and
tion. When he went home and hour or of Newspapers, requestingthat : Smallridge and Nabor. As Kiecutrli: of the Last
made
was glad he had good Testament ef Guy W. Lamer de- Refrigerators
"Leslie is a pleasant little body." two later he was treading on air. but sorry the breaks had been as it be furnished with photographs Summary: Error: Beck; two I V: .*.d, .

said Mils Julia out loud to Dookey Leslie always made him feel like I they were leaving h.im without an and data giving the storyto base hit: H. Castro; stolen bases: W.Attorney CURRT for hARRIS Uxecutrix.

(short for Booker T. Washington) that.No assignment.! However, he is hoping date of the engineering work Frish and Ubieta; struck out: by apr'-lfi-23-30 _

her !large black torn cat and constant one on earth excepting pos that he will receive an offer before being done in connection with the Smallridge 4, by Lucilo 6; bases! Over one hundred of
,
sibly his grandmother, bad ever understood -, :\OTICK OF API |.lfTIO: % FOR
companion "and there's
no building of the road to the main balls Lucilo 1 off Small 'I'
the season is well under on : off ,
him Leslie did and ba way TAX 1JED customers have already \-
denying she's pretty In a baby as our -
way land. During the past the 1:20.
if not before. year ridge 2; time of game;
but she's not the wife for James. never left her without feeling shiny I I I I Wright Syndicate has carried a IS ClIlCflT rOl'HT. TWENTIETH taken advantage
Miss Julia and reflected with happiness inside and out. JllllC-ltL riUCllT. HO\MOK
sighed lie dreamed the most marvelous HAD TO QUIT CAME I II number of stories of KeyV*.t the Magic City. He told a representative ('Ot'\TV.: STATE OF FI.OKllll. .
bitterly on the II
incomprehensibleways I and Mr. Wright and his son have of The Citizen he was NOTICE IS UUnKBT GIVEN, of t attractive er. I
of men and of their deplorable dreams walking home that nigbt- Eng.-Ben.1 That I. II, Prevo, purchaser' of Tax
penchant for doll baby types Instead dreams of winning such honor and I BOURN'EMOUTT, contributed a number of stories glad of the opportunity of visitinghis Certificates No,. $4T and !.tl. dated

of practical sensible women renown and glory that Sam Fletch. ing Arnold. 103 of this city has] about the road to magazines. old home and to meet his host II the 1932.5th has day filed of said September certificate, A. IX in

of "character. Miss Julia did not er's ugly nose would be twisted completely had to discontniue bowling on the I of friends. my office, and has made application I l
With the completion of the roadto for tax deed t. issue in accordance
think much of men. At least It couldbe out of Joint physician's advice, having participated : certificate $1ooS .
with law. Said
said in James' favor that he was (CopyrlffU. 1U, tfatttl n, 'orda"*) in every local match for : the mainland anglers who now At a meeting of city council embraces the following described

no worse than the rest of his sex. years. go in boats to catch fish, will do held last night the matter of wid property situated In Monroe County ''

Jimes meantime was sitting In a There are complication In the much of their fishing from the ening several streets of the city Florida to-wlta rnr1
Harris family, tomorrow. Lots 3( and IT, Tarernier
........ Ingraham, Sterling. Arias; stolen bridges over the water gaps on was taken up and dUcussed. One Cove No. I. Ky LargoPlat HOLDS All THIS FOOD!
- - - - -- - - --- Lunn the This is the mentioned Hook I. Pag IA>. $lIb. of Lot
I bases: Sterling. C. Gabriel. highway opinionof of the streets was
3. t and >. Sac 34. Twp. 62. down and $1.00 2 Park, which resulted in a score of Martinez. Ward, Goehring; wild many of the boosters of the Simonton, which\ would be widened Range 3d. as recorded In Mon- 1 40. *ss* 1 Ib. bwici

ATHLETICS DOWN 1 1 4 to :3 in favor of the Athletics. !! pitches: Ubieta 5, Tynes 5; struckout idea of the road to traverse the from 30 to SO fet Oth.r Tb.rue County saId land Record being assessed at ., per month untilJuly |2*pk ic**...cfecnc 1 botil. 2.CUt Catsup(nut

Ubieta'0 by Tynes 0 keys to the Dade line .AII streets also considered. A 1 bottl cbrtii 2 Ibi,
At bat. Ward hit two safely in : by ; county were the date of th. issuance of said bacoa
LOPETPLAYERSDIAMONDBALL four times and Sterling al. o I ba es on balls: off Ubieta 4, off along the line from Key West to committee was appointed to take I certificate la th. --. of Lot 36 I first Icftue .Slba.wastslbe,4 1 bit ccoaib f S
[ up. A Savings Bank .
First Trust and
!
I Tynes 4 double play: Brady (un. Key Largo will be fishing lodges< the matter with property owners 2 Ibi. tomatoes | beach
; up .
hit two out of four. 1 Lot n. W. H. ".t. Unless said ctcrr e 2 arap* Imu 2
,; In the field Gabriel handled the! assisted! ) ; earned runs: Lopez 2. with parking places for automobiles and report the results of their I certificate shall b* redeemed according See regarding this ICOMMW K daw ora. *.ca
us 1 tar ulad cbnaias 1 Ib.
to law. tai ded will issue .
CAME LAST I I i left garden in great fashion, while Ii | Athletics 1 ; left on bases: Ath- and daily hundreds of fishermen investigations at the next meeting thereon on the 8th day of May, A, I laid ..2 if.over CO..

i i I Nodine, Ward and Brady also |ii letics 9. Lopez 5i; time of game: will be seen on the bridges 1 of council I II ''I). 1535 a I plan 2 Utacrt q.ick freed.tqt.waLerbotI.UI1 .. tttjt tao*

EVENING RESULTED IN !i played well, with Baker and Me- J 1:30; umpires: Lopez. Gonzalez catching prizes which they formerly I Clerk(SEAL, Circuit) C ROSS urt 4AWTER.Monroe, Coun.. K. (."l-2 ltf. of ice I

also playing good ball. I iI and Capote. sought at !sea. Editorial! Comment: The Tampa t,.. Florida apr'-16-23-30: may?
SCORE OF 4 TO :3 Carthy j jI I
!I Score by innings: R. II. E. i I I Tribune carries a commentary on I

i Lopez 100 000 002 0-3 5 4 j Standing of the league: Among the arrival. In Key the headline "Retired Broken Will I Authorities estimate 17,000,000 The Key West Electric Co.

(Br JOVE) h'* . 000 000 102 1-4 7 I II Club- W. L, Pct.I West last evening over the East Run Newspaper" and concludes persons in the United States are :
( -
The Lopez) ten and the Athletics Batteries: II. Ubieta and Ingra. Lopez .___ 2 1 .667 Coast Railway was Colonel F. C. with the assertion that the next I "hard of hearing" in some degree

played a ten-inning K*ma Of dia.I ham; Tynes and Lewis. Busy Bees .-_-' .... 1 1 .500 I Brossier. formerly of Key West I chapter will b* Beaded! "Retired and that about 45,000. are.classed 'iI"I.lII'-IIIIIIIII..I'

paondball last evening at Bayview! Summary; Errors; Gonzalez,1 Athletics- ..:-_.--- .. 2 3 .400 but now a prominent realtor of Broke." J I las deaf.

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TUESDAY APRIL 9, 1935.
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SOCIETY PERSONAL MENTION MUCH ENJOYMENTTO l TODAY'S WEATHER 1 FRUIT SHIPMENT

:- : : : ..........e..a....................a..a..sa.- - .- BE FOUND INTHEREDSHAWLER AT LOWE'S STORERegular

...........................................A***** William Brennan left by railj, Mrs. Jess Coodboy. who was be- Temperature -- -
yesterday afternoon for a short fore marriage Miss Lorraine Armstrong J ]Moon sets.. ... . 1:05 a. m.
Woman's Club visit! in Miami. returned yesterday from- Highest .........................-..... .....86 ]First Quarter, 10th ....12:12 m. .
Proposes Making Miami where she spending Lowest ........................._........_721 Tomorrow'. Tide p. I weekly shipment of
Several Amendments B. C. Moreno, engineer with the while With relatives.was a Mean --... .. .-......... ......-......-.....7'jJ I A.M. P.5I. *fruits and vegetables will arrive

ToBv-LaWs- FERA, left yesterday for a busi PLAY PRESENTED HERE ALSO Normal Mean ..._..........._..........75 J High; ........... ...... 1::_r 1 :54 I 'tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash

-- I ness visit in Miami. F. E. Albert, executive officer Rainfall I 1 Low .-._............... 7:53 8:09: [ (Grocery, 1117 Division street.
At the regular business meeting members of the club in good stand- : of the FERA. who was on a business WON HONORS IN CIVIC Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins j Barometer<< at 8 a. m. today: I Ii j The shipment which includes a

of the Key West Woman's I ing shall be appointed by the i. Waldo Valenzuela left on the<< I I I visit to Miami and 'Jackson1 THEATER CONTEST CONDUCTED Normal //1'recipitattion.... .03 Ins. i Sea. level, 2'J.D4. I large variety of both fruits and'getabl's

Club held last week, two amend- President by and with the consent afternoon train yesterday for I 1 I vine, returned yesterday. IhU rrrord eorrebaNr prrluil I i, \'( is expected to arrive
and approval of the Board of Directors i-I I West! Palm Beach where he will IN MIAMI ending at H .'('11. Ibis MumUff.Tomorrow's Lowest highest early in the evening.

ments, to the (fclub's by-laws were I at least sixty days prior I stay for a few days with friends. I J I I-I Almanac I Last Night Yesterday!

proposed.. All club members are to the annual meeting. / .' Sun rises ................... 6:09 a. m. Abilene n........_ 60 74 CARD OF THANKS
requested to take special notice i] tions for officers and Nomina-I Mrs. WiJlirDmeritt left byj Ion I'who was! in Key West a few days i I If you enjoy drama, you will ]I Sun sets .....-................ 6:47 p. nt. Atlanta ...._..._._ .u 52

of these, it is requested as they I shall be by ballot taken train yesterday afternoon for :Miami business, left yesterday for I I I find pure delight in watching aj| Moon rises ............. ..11 :56 a. m.j: Boston ............._ 36 42 We wish to express our sincere
ill voted I where she will short Tampa. : Buffalo ............ to friends
be on at the next regu- j regular business meeting of the I I spend a 32 40 appreciation our many
of the
Redshawler.
!la'r 'meeting on the first Tuesday i club next preceding the annual I time with relatives and friends. i j I performance j 1 j i she will have to make up{ to him 'Charleston ...__.. 46 60 j I who in any way assisted! during
tn:Jfay. j( meeting and a minimum of eight I J. F. Fort of Key West. was I! This is a Key West play of merit. I in the future, only those can un- ;> Chicago ......?.... 36 40i f the recent illness and death of

The first proposed amendment ;ivotes shall be required to nomin- 1----1<< among the Key West visitors in Ii I It had already won honors in derstand fully who have had such i Denver ......._ 40 CO lour beloved one, Claude L. Johnson. -
is to Article IV. Section 1, which | ate. : terday afternoon for West Palm Jacksonville and was registered<< a Civic Theater contest in Miami ,! Detroit ..._..___ U: 38 We also! thank those who
now reads as follows: "A Nominating -,i! "It shall be the duty of the :. Beach where she will spend a !I Sunday at the ]Hotel 1 Seminole. I several years ago and production. I bitter experience or have witness-j, i Galveston ..._ 62 68 gave the use of their cars and the

: Committee composed of : Nominating Committee to prepare while with her uncle and aunt. Mr. ( I: In its performances here on the ed it in others-those who have t lIavana .......__ 74 I donors or the beautiful floral of

three members of the club in good 'a ticket and to place thereon the and Mrs. John Roker. I 11'. II. Pierce of Sombrero 5th of April and again last night, repented and who are living better j Huron .........._.._ 32 38 ferings.
landing shall be appointed by the I names of all nominees for officers lighthou'-e. arrived yesterday for I''j it covered itself with glory once and sweeter lives in the companionship Jacksonville ....-_ 46 72 apr9-lt I THE FAMILY.
President by and with the consent I 1 and directors receiving eight or Alfred Knowles, who was spending his quarterly vacation with 'his I I more. It has proved to be a suc- I i, Kansas City..... 42 54
of unselfish humble human I
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and approval of the Board of Di- !more votes at the nominating a few days in Key West with family on Ashe street. cess financially, it is stated, and :) KEY WEST --- 72 86 Kansas experienced a temperature
rectors at least sixty days prior meeting. The ticket so prepared relatives left yesterday afternoonfor I has met with enthusiasm and understanding -;,i companion like Peter. i I', Little Rock ...... 46 51 spread of 137 degrees<< in less

to the date of the annual meeting !i I by the Nominating Committee his home in Miami. I!i I :firs:: Herman Demeritt. who The adult audience ,i, Inexperience and youth easily Los Angeles ...... 4ft 62 than six months. from 119 degreesin

"It shall be the duty of the shall he posted in the club audi- was attending a convention of the of the 5th of April saw the deep ,|' falls prey in its sweetness and Louisville .......... 40 46 several cities in August 1934
Nominating Committee to preparea torium for at least two weeks Allison Knowles. assistant engineer i 1 i Catholic Daughters of America in pathos while the children from the : naiveness to men of the world like Miami ..._ ._....... 58 88 to 18 below at Colby in January,
ticket and to place thereon<< the : prior to the annual meeting" on the Wrecking Tug Jacksonville, and visited J with her (:different schools on the 8th saw I'i Gambel, but even he is not all Minneapolis ...... 36 50New 1935.
names of nominees for officers I I I The second proposed amendment Warbler, left yesterday afternoon i sister Miss Maude Welch and j i their own brand of humor and had villain when he says "Do you Orleans ...: 54 68
and directors. The ticket so pre-, is to Article: VI, Section 1. which for: a visit with relatives in Mi- i' brother. Charles in }Miami returned -1 a great time. j' mean you will let him see youoff. New York ..... .. 36 46 I MONROE THEATERMary

pared by the Nominating Committee -:('now I reads as follows: "Regular ami. j I yesterday. I It proved to be excellent entertainment 1 I ." Even he felt that was "go-, Pensacola .......... .JK 66 j I Carlisle-Fred McSfurray
shall be posted in the dub I meetings I of the club shall be held i -holding, as it does<< ,: ing some" to let Peter see her off Pittsburgh .-' .... :36/ 42 -in-
auditorium for at least two weeks ];i on the first Tuesday of each Mrs. Edison Archer, who was )I Roderick Stephens, member of !, suspense up to the better sWt'et.I I 1 I under the pretext of going to the St. Louis .....-. 38 42 I GRAND OLD GIRL
prior to the annual meeting. When'''month,'' beginning with the 'first' spending a whilc-wth'Tier parents I. the Failing party on the Yacht I' ness of the reconciliation and the :!'I wedding. 4' >J/Salt Lake City. 40 58 I I -ali
the hour for election arrives nominations -J: Tutms'ctad'in'l October 'and "clo!'''ng Mr. and MT&: 'AJlAn) Knowles? in weigh, which won second prizein : preservation .of Peter's : home.. '': Fine comradeship between-the San Francisco 46 52 I i LITTLE MISS MARKER

shall be called for from I'on I 'the: first Tuesday in Jnne.iThese Key West, rt3 urift ed yesterdsrvafternoon C'ass-A' of the vessels in the the Peter who asks so pathetically, father and son are aptly.Pitrayed:( : Seattle ..._......... 3&, .,... .Y 56 .. I
the floor and the names of all candidates meetiagsshalt begin,. at '4 p,.m." to heroineSimmons t 'bliemL! t.a< Havana-Key West race left yes- "Can a man love his home too, and pleasing. The.,vstae of true Tampa .-.. ........ bG", k.': '16 il. M..tI.eel.B.I era o.y, lOcI Orches

so nominated shall be al The, proposed<<: amendment. , I will! 3 't. .... tfrday afternoon for his: home in ; much?" For his sins were committed ,: friends such .as only a war-time Washington! ; ...... 31' '42., 15-20cXNi nt, 1S-2Se
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ed to the ticket." d.1 be to strike out the word "June" Edgarj|retired/officer, ; Neir York. in the name of home. ., buddy and the quaint lovable I Wimton ..._____ 36' -
The amendment of the P. and O. S.'tb Jypany, left I There ,. lilizpah l could ,}be. .r the' .
pry Psed<< ajid substitute th* word "May, was weeping for, Ili m /, ... Mrzpah t I
read as iut1o"A Nominating I thereby omitting triV June meet- yesterday afternoon f Committee composed<< of three I j l injp!of each year x: t, with relatives<< and friends in Mi- t so complete that he humbly'' 'misfortunes s of Peter's sad"yout h'' -- I
Miss Rosalie who
i daughter were
anu (Till 8 m., Wednesday)
blames himself for was a motherly neighbor to him. p.
_. even havingthought j 1
while with relatives!
spending
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I' : that his beloved wife, How many can justify eavesdropping -j| Key West and Vicinity: Fair '
and friends
left afternoon
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Much Interest In Key West Mrs. Hastings Piodela, who wentto j on the Cuba yesterday for Tampa. 'I Fannie, could have loved Cambel, : as she can? I tonight and Wednesday; gentle to '
Miami
to preside at the ,
I piano the villain, and desired to go away !! And so all in all there is a lit moderate north and northeast
Hour Tomorrow for the cabaret<< given at Coral:]'! from him. tle gem of a play, fine in tech., winds I CROSSED
Melody NightTomorrow I EYES
; Gables by Mrs. Lillian Connally : Mrs. Karl Baumgardt and children -
Then, too, there was sorrow, for '|'nique, scholarly and sincere i in i : Florida: Partly cloudy tonight
returned yesterday. I| Earl. Jr., and daughter, ( FROM FAR SIGHT
Fannie who, still : detail. It has "theater"grip _'
young, has( every and Wednesday; warmer in north I .
night Mayor William address this theme song: will open Betty Anne who were spending 'Brought upon herself a living lie., that or throb at the throat- and central portions Wednesdayr "Not alf far-sighted children
while with relatives
Miss Mary Louise Spottswood,!ja left
H. Malone will inaugurate the :' the presentations. jteid.iy yes- Never must Peter know. How muchon that moment<< of intense feeling in northwest portion tonight are cross-eyed but practically
who was spending' a short while in afternoon for the home in
'' On the program are: Miss Rose i y. ; that makes you better for witnessing -, Jacksonville Florida !! all
to Straits children
Key West Melody Hour, a fortnightly Miami following the J! Fort I-auderdale, :: cross-eyed are far-
presentationof accompanied by
Appel, piano; Miss Beulah Brant. i the Steamship Cuba for Tampa i, it. It has deep under-: Moderate north and northeast'I sighted. When
concert presented the'' the "Pirates of Mr?. Baumgardt's mother . we correct the
by second violin Penzance, returned Mrs.Clara last
ley Miss Alce Curry
evening ,
; standing of human nature as winds and weather partly overcast I I far-sight, the crossed be.
Key West Chamber Musicians un-j,. piano; Miss Norma Yates first I yesterday. Lewis. I 1 brought out in the fine character tonight and Wednesday. ;! come straight. eyes

\ 'der the direction of Commodore 'Matho Fridericus von '' chamber musicians. Cayetano Camus was an arrival Frank Booth N. Newman, ill. : spending a short vacation in Key pronounced perfect. The playwright winds. Bring your child in today
The first presentation on Wed- yesterday from Birmingham.Ala. M. Graham H. W. Vanllorn!-: nd ,i;, West as guest of her brothersinlaw has received congratulations -! for a complete examination.
H)(, Mietk.LiuLa/ many
D. W.Beautiful
/ ., via Miami remain '
and will
G. O. Pratt members of the sail- '
nesday will commence at 8 o'clock and sisters. Mr .and Mrs. Paul'i I upon her produdion'and | Beauty cf East Texas
visiting with his "piney DR. J. A. VALDESOrthofon
melodies in the Writing Salon of the Key<< son and daugh ing parties on several yachts i Lumley and Mr. and Mrs Acadio'Enriqut'z if you ever want anyone tof f woods" area is to be preserved i I
during this and the following concerts -I 1 j West Colonial Hotel. The affair ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fernando which competed in the race between and other relatives left tf t understand!. Key<< West<< better<< tell 1 a 1.000-acre state park inl Soft-Lite License
which are expected(<< to prove will be semi-informal. All .avail- Camus, for several weeks Havana and Key West, left yesterday for the home in Miami..'! them to see The RJhawler.] I miles north of Tyler. 1 532 Duval Streetloneliness. .I

a stimulant to the musical and cultural -I able tickets have been<< sold. . .--- '''---._o..Cr.-
life of West. While -- -- --- ..---. ..
Key number
I Il I a is in progress, -
The provisional theme song! of I I the doors will remain closed.
(l the Key West Melody (Hour will 1 I After<< the<< concert is over, the

I be Plainte d'Amour. a Melody in sweetly haunting melody<< of the ,
A, by the French composer A. I| theme song will bid! the audience
Tcllier. After the mayor's brief f i I good night.

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I Miss Betty To Curtis Social Hostess Club Yesterday }I i j 1 ;,,__ __



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The Sub-Deh) Club held a very teiest manifested all during the I ,

enjoyable meeting yesterday afternoon I! course Refreshments of the game. ,,
I consisting of
at the home of Miss Betty _
: eral delicacies were served
Curtis on Caroline street and fol- the afternoon. v-I _

lowing the business session a delightful I Those present': were:

social hour was spent in i i Ann Kennedy, Cynthia _
the playing of bridge and other man, Carroll Curtis. Shirley I'earl-I

forms of entertainment.In I,8"<.'0, Fay Adams ..Iw
the bridge game which was j horn, Eloise Guito. Barbara Curry
vcrjv spirited Miss Helen Russell: i i I'.Iith CcCann, Helen Russell and I

attained high score, with great! in- ) Betty Curtis. _

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Ledlows Have :\I Moonlight Dance t,
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House "Guests j\\At L Club Tonight ..'".,. ...J.-; ; I.;: I II
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Revs and :Mrs. W. J. Church- 'i m', In appreciation, of the:gvnrous- ..,..,1

well of Del) Ray Beach, were arrivals i!|i |patronage gi\en! the Habana- .. ; :;, 4J

over the highway yesterday Madrid Club' since its opening .

and are guests of :Mr.' and Mrs. j i I! several) months ago. the m anatee- '\ :, : ;.. _",,- t.- : t.
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G. C. Ledlow, at the home on anent announced today 'that' a

Eaton street. I j i I free :Moonlight Dance will be e .
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i given
tonight
Rev. and Mrs. Churchwell \
were m
in Key Weft last October, guests]I Two orchestras will furnish t To
]music for this affair, Louis Carbunch's !
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of the Ledlows and at that time : bring companionship
popular orchestra and the . . 1'1t.
Rev. Churchwell told The Citien :' Rhumba band. ky
that they liked everything in Key Ct

the West-the climate<<.', the people and I fishing and they were not j i L'I

going again visiting to miss: here.an opportunity of t|I! fET) OIT.---.Irs-.-Mary Hart des I ::!i iJ

i i fied a judge in this city to H'nd. .
Rev. George .K. Summers of the l ...t
I I her to jail and four policemen ; .
First Methodist (church and Rev.: I .+.
I were required to lock her JrAruLiJu9PLtMa '
I up.
Churchwell I "
left this morning on a .: .. 'j
fishing trip, returned 9 o'clock !i ttJ
with enough fish for a delicious 'I An egg served in a cafe at I .
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dinner. I Nashville was Found to contain a (\ j
i! yolk in the form of a heart.

Executive Board akqaftfirC to :
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Of P.-T. A. Meets Stuffy HeadI .' . ..1:11"-..:., ; <

An important meeting of the I I '7:: ;
j Just a few drops op each VlCKScseftTftrM II . '
executive board or the Key West nostril Quickly breath- I ; .

Junior-Senior Association High School was held ParentTtacher yesterday -I ing again becomes dear) DROPS I II ,,'.i; ''Y ,<: .. I am a friend indeed. A better friend a single coarse bottom leaf to mar .my. p-"tl;

afternoon at the home of > I : > than others, because I am made only of good taste or my uniform mildness. .'
:Mrs M. E;. Berkowitz on the') I
Marine Hospital grounds. :J KEY WESTCOLONIAL 'v...,.t.r' mild, fragrant, expensive center leaves. I I do not irritate. To loneliness I bringdon't
After the transaction of business II
:
HOTEL
the members enjoyed delicious -i ., .. permit a single sharp top leaf nor companionship. I am the best of friends.

refreshments! served by Mrs I ., In the Center of the Business y*
Berkowitz. I 1
and Theater District -i?
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- LUCKIES USE O % ; CENTER LEAVES . CENTER LEAVES GIVE YOU THE t
MILDEST
PALACEPreston First Claai-Fireproof- i SMOKE

Foster-Lila Lee in Sensible Rates t'CeOrrlsktlflS.lfslsrkuTtOsccoCumWW.

THE PEOPLE'S ENEMY ] COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
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Claire Dodd-Ahce White in '
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SECRETS OF THE CHATEAU Carafe Elevator ,
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