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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 15, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (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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I VOLUME LVI. No. 90. :KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Garner- Cracks Gavel In I ORDER CURTIS, TWICE SENTENCED TO BE SHOT, 1 i Price Says Cabinet Shake-Up- -


GREEN PINS FIVE-YEAR
I BE REINSTATED DELBERT


Order To Quiet SenatePresiding I TO MIAMI POSTSALARY I I I OLD HOPE ON NEW COURT ORDER I III II Would Not Surprise Capital


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t I DATING BACK FOR i By M. E. BARKER ;1 condemned murderers have the SPRAYING CASE I I V'11111111.l.1 I Farley Will Start Out
Officer Makes JEWISH COLONY I SALT LAKE CITY April 15.- choice of death by shooting.
NEARLY THREE YEARS With the double anniversary 0\\ FLORIDA STATE SENATE,

Mind To Maintain I I I his execution that- neverarrivedjust Green's attorneys contended CITED TODAY IN I After Congress Quits
Up ; WILL OBSERVE MUST ALSO BE PAID, ACCORDING ,'[ about a month off. Delbert sufficient weight had not been' : ROBERT W. DAVIS. Secretary

Order In All Of Pro-'; TO RULING I 1 Green, twice sentenced to be shot, given evidence of his asserted, Tallahassee Florida I With Program In Organization

i HOLIDAY EVENTPASSOVER may soon hear a court order insanity. At his trial his mother CIRCUIT COURT, ,
i I April 11, 1935
I I testified I Of PartyBy
ceedingsBy which will decide hit fate. and his grandmother I i
I Twice within the last five that the defendant's father had! *
(Miami News) i Mr.
L. P. Artman. Editor
-- I FEAST OF EMANCIPATION A peremptory writ of manda.1 I years-both times on March 19 died in the state mental hospital: DEALS WITH APPEAL MADEIN I The Key, West Citizen I

I I mus ordering City Manager I.. L. -he was heard District Judge and other relatives had been: I Key West Florida BYRON PRICE
HERBERT PLUMMER I IIIi | TO BE CELEBRATED -! .. Eugene E. Pratt sentence him to confined there and expert witnesses : CASE WHEN PROPERTY I (Ihirf .f lluretu. T.. A....eUlr4'A
( AttMM-Ulrtl l'rrk) I'j .i I Lee to nmediately reinstate J. j be shot the following May 17, declared Green insane. I .! Dear Mr. Artman: j jI .'r._ "%.....1......
WASHINGTON 15.- BEGINNING WEDNESDAY OWNERS PROTESTED ACTIVITIES I
April I Gerry Curtis as city park superintendent once in 1930 and again in 1932. Should the efforts of his counsel The people of county re-deal of Roosevelt cabinet
your I,
"Cactus Jack" Garner hat begun, EVENINGThe I, and pay him all back salary 'I And each time that date has come fail at last and the fate that, ON PREMISES i placed on my desk when I : appoiatments would not surprise

"crack down" the presiding due at the rate of $175 per and gone and Green has lived on has been hanging over him for; was sworn into office as President I I
to
at ;
i month from Sept. 7. 1932 was I in the United state prison. ( the last five years finally overtake -I I of the Senate, the other I Washington politicians who usually

officer of the senate- i Jewish people will usher in I signed by Circuit Judge W. W. This year he continues his him. Green again will have: Oral arguments were heard in day, a wonderful bouquet are in the know.It .

: I Trammell.The I undisturbed demeanor despitethe !his choice between dying by gunfire -j of flowers. It indicated to me I
For the first time since former the celebration of Passover, the r circuit court this morning before is expected generally that
i judge's order followed ,a fact that the state supreme or the rope. I: i their affection ard I want
Vice President Curtis surrendered! Feast of Emancipation, on Wednesday -, which reversed his first of the 30, Judge Jefferson B. Browne, in the
j preliminary decision in Curtis'favor court, .All but one or two them to know, through you Postmaster General Farley will
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the evening April 17, with a 1 more than a year ago. and conviction has sustained his, felons executed at the state 1: matter of the appeal of the cue I II I have affection, and fidelity I
the to ruddy-faced
gavel :
j jTexa.i I is after devoting
the home. Passover get out quits
service in
congress
second one. His attorneys have here 1855! have been wherein Eliza McClintockand
I !i an appeal by the city to the supreme prison since I Mrs. for them.
senators and visitors in celebrated for a period of seven i court. The appeal resulted asked the court for a re'hearing'I'' shot to death. The last execution Paul Roberts were fined $5' This interesting bouquetwas himself to organizing the -v H
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days during which time no.: decision in effect affirming or an appeal for j there in 1926, when a 'I
in a split was negro sent to me- with many
the have been to i
gallery given underttand ;, leavened bread is eaten. Orthodox! ': each in police court for refusing democratic party for next Jear'lcampairn
Trammell's action. Green was:: a youth of 20 when!slayer faced a firing squad. others from different counties .
in no uncertain terras 1 Jews observe the holiday for':; The city then raised the point he followed his young wife to the' If Delbert Green at last should': to allow employes] of the state of the state undoubtedlyto but that is only part of

that order will be had. !!I eight days. It ranks as one of in.i that the original suit was filed I home of her mother in Davis, die in front of a row of rifls,I plant board to spray the trees on let me know they have, not the story.

i the most important holidays against Dr. J. W. Shisler, former county and in a jealous rage shot muzzles, he would not see his; their premises.This ; i iI forgotten such small servicesas I
Garner has been rather liberal;i I Jewish life because of its his I public welfare head, who dismissed I and killed them both, as well as'' executioners. They would enter I cafe was heard on March I wu able to perform in i The approach of another presidential -

in this respect since he took over 'torical background and because! Curtis and that it did not his! uncle James Green, who had the prison yard in a closed automobile . 18 before Judge Allan B. Cleare, : endeavoring to exempt: their I year. coupled) with the development -

the senate. As contrasted with i i: of its signal message to mankind name Lee, who took over that !I married .Mrs. Delbert Green's ) descend behind a canvas Jr.. with Attorney T. S. Caro, representing : hcmet from taxation: to at to I of real opposition on
: at large. Regular services will I branch personally after discontinuance mother. His infant child asleep curtain. file past a stack of five. the defendants. When assure for them and tLeir dependents .
Curtis he has been almost lax. ; local capitol hill has brought home the
be conducted at the synagogue -I, of Shisler's office. !' in bed between the two women rifles and each select one. Four i i the court ordered the fine imposed at least a shelter I

The latter earned for himself during -I I by Rev. Phillip Kristal. Today's decision overrules the|: was unharmed, as was a young; of the weapons would be loaded' Attorney Caro filed notice of i from tr-e ever outstretched I comparative weakness of the press

the four years he wielded the1 The origin of this festival may city's technical contentions names sister of his wife and her aged''i, but no one would know .nrhich:1 appealing the case to the higher hand of the tax gatherer. ent cabinet lineup from the standpoint .

gavel a reputation of being the I[ be traced to the time when Israel, Lee as defendant and results in i grandmother. one contained blank cartridges. court. 1 I I I Your very, truly, of practical political in.

strictest presiding officer the; dwelt in Palestine and engagedin the order" for reinstatement. The i, lie was on parole at the time,:1 Then the five rifle! barrels; At the conclusion of the argu- fluence.
of I l WM. C. HODGES,
I agriculture and the coming amount due Cuitis was said by his : from the state prison, where he would be thrust through slots in :, ments this morning. Judge Browne
senate had in recent times. spring was of special significance. attorney.: E. F. P. Brigham to be I had served three months for the curtain aimed at the breastof advised that further hearings will I President Florida Senate. Former presidents frequently

'SRO' In Caller, I It marked the beginning of the! about $3.000 as Curtis received shooting a cousin who had I taken the condemned man. seated in I{ be held on Thursday April 18. "'PI.JJYI.4Y'P | have brought into their cabinets

It is, said that when Garner barley harvest. The people took part of his back salary under the I the young wife riding. :: a stoat wcoden chair about 20. The defendants are being represented .: political leaders who could control

succeeded Curtis several senators; the first fruits of their harvest to> first decision. i I Green was tried for the murder paces away. At the command.] all!1 by the same attorney. almost beyond question certain

went to "Cactus Jack" with the I the Temple at Jerusalem and joyous of-' Brigham said he probably would of his uncle. convicted and given would: fire. A second volley Attorney J. Lancelot! Lester is representing STONE LEAVES blocs of votes in congress and in
fered them to God with ask the sheriff not to serve the his choice of execution by hanging reldom is necessary. The volunteer -: the city. Judge Browne
that he not be such a I t
request thanksgiving. Passover began as writ on Lee until he could communicate or shooting. lie chose the executioners leave in the appointed Wm. II. Malone to act political conventions. For in.

strict disciplinarian.i Garner: a nature festival, but with the' with Curtis. who is park latter. Granted a new trial. he same manner their identities, as state' attorney, because of the YESTERDAY FORJACKSONVILLE,| stance the ten cabinet members

agreed. '! passage of time its appeal as! a ruperintendent for the FERA in was again convicted b.it: declinedto unrtisclo: :i! absence of State Attorney John sometimes virtually have had in

During the last few weeks'nature festival gradually disappeared , Key West, and who was expectedto exercise his legal right to, This is what Green his been; G. Sawyer. their pockets the 20 !senate votes
however, he has changed his mind. and instead an historical' come to Miami: to personallyclaim indicate a preference as the manner .I condemned! to undergo en two!!; The matter of the Billings Chap-'I !

Circumstances made it r.ece element. the story of the deliver his old post. |I of his death. This time Judge May 17ths oat of the l:1"t five. ,!i in company versus William: Curry's --- from their. own states.Nothin1ikthaIs&toiay..,
of these arY'1 the Children of Israel! : ;.. .. .. .
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majority pt. ance of Whether the, city will seek a neW|t Pratt made the. choice for hinw.The s-ixth. he hopes, will find Son company was passed inColmI -. t
come to- ioa* g8D.i how..* from Egyptian bondage became;ground of appeel was expected to Utah i is the only state where hm: still alive. ally. I ADMINISTRATOR EXPRESSED : Six Were Politicians
probably have no particular inter its dominant motif. be determined after a further conference ,
i I Of the ten in the Roosevelt
-- - - - --- -- ---- HIMSELF AS MUCH PLEAS.
est. in the i issues being fought out! The story. as given in the book between the city manager

below them, but they know if of Exodus, tells how the Pharaohs and J. W.:Watson, Jr., city attor i THIEVES ENTER ED WITH PROGRAM C.AR.I cabinet only six came into office
Long gets into action they'!! sec who ruled ever Egypt enslaved ney.. FOUR DAYS FROM NEW YORK TO 'j with what might have been calledan :

a spectacle worth while. :. the Children of Israel who dwelt; CALLEJA STOREFORCE RIED CUT IN KEY WEST I' outstanding: poljtical background -

'No Sideshow !i in their land. Beneath the lash| Owing to the fact that Mr.[ Cur- : MANILA IN FLYING 'CLPPER' and only four of these

And they arc seldom disap: I ,: of the taskmaster' the Hebrew, tis was in Miami at the time he i i !! six had recently been anything
pointed. The hkingr sh" makes:, slaves! labored under cruelly i I Ii could not be seen in reference to Julius F. Stone, Jr.. Florida

them laugh, applaud sometime.,:i rigorous conditions, building the above article.WATSON !I PLANNED IN NEW TRADE ROUTE ENTRANCE THROUGH Relief Administrator left yesterday -) like a political background and
but a was he amuses. !t cities palaces and pyramids.]I I !! only four' of these six had re-
I WINDOW AND DOOR OF afternoon by plane for Miami
Garner has begged pleaded and Mosses\ sought to deliver them I II I ---- I i centty been anything like a political -

threatened in an effort to make, from their misery and suffering.! LEAVES I Illy ABK rlted rrr..i| i ESTABLISHMENTThieves and from there will go to Jacksonville i boss of his own state.

the galleries observe the rules of Again and again he appealed<< to NEW YORK, April 15.-One radio .e ineerg-to the pilot who' <, and resume his activity Farley is of the six, but
one _
the senate which forbid "demon.strations .; Pharaoh to send them out of the I I FOR HONOLULU: hundred and five years ago a slim, had ridden Caribbean hurricanes, after a short vscation, which was I even in his case one of the two
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of approval or disap : land of Egypt as free men. but in daikhulled destined' I
sailing ship and sudden violent storms over,; forced an entrance into concluded Saturday.: < New York senators-Copelandoftcn *-

proval" of what goes on on the i \'ain.'inalh.., when the first-!I Ii i -- I Ii ,i to lead the United States to com-' the Andes it was just another the establishment of Juan Cal- During the winter reason! Mr.i has been off the new deal
floor. He has received exactly' no, born sons of Egypt were smitten' ,I II !!
down Nor Farley control
cooperation.Now I I Pharaoh let the people of Israelgo :i HAD BEEN IN .KEY WEST RECUPERATING I mercial sea supremacy slid technical problem and announcement -,: leja early Sunday morning, by Stone made hu headquarters in reservation. can
I I! the ways of a Baltimore shipyard breaking one of the large show Tammany.
he is determined to get i and Moses led them through I II : FROM and into the China trade. ) of the plans for tHe new]I windows end forcing a door lead. Key West, occupying the beautiful -; Another is Secretary Swanson

results. He has ordered the ser-I the wilderness to the foot of j l'I The ship was the Ann McKin' ,' ail way means they think they're:' ing from the window to the shop Lowe home on Southard street. but many thought ,he had com

gcant-at-anus .have slips !printed !| Sinai where the law of God was: ILLNESS first of the great American clip robed! it. proper. where he and Mrs. Stone spent a pletely lost the control he once

setting forth what gallery visitors revealed to them. and they were:: i I pers. With her Yankee masters: Just what the commercial possibilities -i< The matter was immediately re-|I, most delightful period. Mrs. Stone held over the Virginia democrats

cannot do while guests of the I! consecrated to the observance and II I crowding on canvas until her: are for the airline no posted to the sheriff's office and I l h now spending about one week organisation and was on the

senate. One of these slips is, promulgation of this law. I Roger Watcon who, with his joints groaned, she and those do than hazard ( the sheriff and deputies made an| with Mr.\ End Mrs. M. E. Gilfond, verge of becoming a lame< duck

handed to each occupant of the; This vivid account has inspired I II family, was spending a vacationof II III I which followed her clipped days i' one can more a' examination) of the window and : and will then .leave, to join Mr.\ when he was elevated to the navy

galleries. Garner has supplemented -I the Jewish people] to cherish! several months in Key West recuperating weeks, months off (the passage guess. But to the company which the method .used by the thieves to Stone. appointmentA

these slips with the following -I through the centuries th:! vision from an illness. left time to the far east and for a in four short years has blazed a: gain entrance. ,*' "" i j Before leaving"the administrator -; third .ia Attorney General

warning delivered in hard-.I of frl't>elom. and to dedicate the'I Saturday afternoon for New Orleans .I" few short years gave American: tuai, around most of Soath Ame-i After making a thorough exAm- ; said he was Very much pleased Cummings. However in npite of
boiled fashion: I Passover observance to the attainment en, route to Los Angeles I' i I checkingup with relief and rehabilitation wielded in
'ships and American seaman first'place rica, and made it pay,, the ination of the shop and the power he once
"This not vaudeville show.If thereof for all mankind. will embark for his station But, he
is I where he I,[ in the world's seaways.: pleases. on the stock. I the proprietor projects int Ke West. Connecticut he was in- the
you cannot refrain from laughter i! at Honolulu H. I. i I| She was the answer to the'j pect pros-I said he could not state that there I said the'i'ilfeenijifjKey! West minority faction of the delegationat

and manifestation of glee LUND GOES ONTRIPSATURDAY Mr. Watson wis for many'\ years growing demand for speed, to the, The technical difficulties had been anythingstolen.., At any must not relax in their attitude towards the 1932 national convention.The .

over the proceedings of the senate -: httached to the Key West Naval i pleas of the fast-growing young' far as they can be foreseen 3111 rate there was no large quantity : continuation" the work, fourth i I" Secretary Hull

the chair will order the ,galleries Station as draftrman but with the. j public for its own "bottoms" have been mastered. taken. but must at all times, if the'ultim. pro. like Cummings. ill I a former

cleared." curtailing of forces was trans i! in which to import its spices, The chartered Jreighter North I The upposition u that the ate results are to be obtained. do democratic national chairman. Of
This is familiar threat butt ferred. He went to Pearl Hsrbor : to assist the adminis hu
a silks' dyes and manufactured thieves were after money but were all posible late years on the other hand
Haven loaded with tons of mate.rialsranging
attaches of the senate say "CactuJack" and since that time has been therewith : the proprietor tration. Tennessee politics
1 goods and export its raw materials disappointed!! as control over
means business this time.; WILL ATTEND GRAND LODGE several vacations wit! his parents i ii from a big DcUel:, leaves no money in the cash register Asked what were the prospectsof has been of doubtful force.
to points
engine pencils and .
He has it within his power "to I I Ii I and other relatives in Key ;i Before mid-April according to pen and leaves it unlocked and the proosed three-men government Situation Discussed?
-sailed from San Francisco
kick 'em all out" if he j judges it SESSION OF MASONS West American recently open. being put in effect. he said .
i I Ii I Watson.ho was before present plans a new to establish the five bases] which would When the administration came
necessary.'! Mrs. will I that was a matter require
And Garner i is the type who i IN JACKSONVILLE I II \ marrispe :Miss! Maude Parks, and i, clipper: ship. a giant airbird at Honolulu the Midways\ is-j: much time and discussionand to ita big test on the work relief

will if pushed too far.MRS.CLADYS I ; the children, who arrived with Mr. j take blaze wing from the American Pacific trade coast lands the Wake islands, Guam I\ HEAD OF TOURS a great deal of legal work before bill, cabinet members 'made a
to a new
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j and Manila. Midway and Wake
: Watson will remain for a longer ( attempt would be madeto check-up.
I any
.\. G. Lund left Saturday afternoon stay at the home of her brother,t route to the Orient. will have to be colonired. GROUPARRIVESTO formulate that type of government They found almost every senator -
TEAL for Jacksonville where he Charles Parks and sister. Mrs.,! To Pioneer Apt;"PanAmericanClipper" Airway By summer'all may be in rcadi-j: for Key West.: It will be up from every home state of a

will attend the :Masonic Grand Nathan Niles, on Newton street.MANY I Christened the ness for the inaugural flight. to the people to decide that, he cabineteer voting against the
Lodge! as delegate from Dade' she will inaugurate apioneer Then, after the flights have II faid.I President And they admitted
LAST
DIES NIGHT; Lodge Number 14. lIe was accompanied I I airline across 8.500 milesof been thoroughly tested and if you MAKE ARRANGEMENTSFOR : there was nothing they could do
VISITORSCOMEJN the Pacific cut the
ocean
have the '
by :Mrs. Lund. money and want to I i about it
I traveling time between the United it that ADVERTISING KEY ;I SEVEN LEAVE heard capitol hill
you
Fernando Camus plans to leave spend way, can buy an [ One report on
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FUNERAL SERVICES BEING this afternoon as delegate from SUNDAYNEARLY I States and the Orient from three airway ticket in New York on WEST IN MIAMI -and believe in view of the

AFTERNOON Anchor Lodge 182: and will be in I weeks to four lays and, American Sunday and eat dinner in Manila I ABOARD PLANE, source-was that this situationwas
CONDUCTED THIS Jacksonville for the Grand Lodge I businessmen!' hone, help open thegreat Thjrsday night. i diseased at a cabinet meet.
: markets of China and the I I i ling.
i when it convenes tomorrow. THREE HUNDRED I Far East to American products.i Ted Saunders, president of one i i t. Anyway. some of these who
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CUBA CARRIES of the large to.irs companies, and
the
!I Privately financed new STONE ATD CURTIS OF FERA have heard the cabinet lineup.talked .
SPONGE SALES ARRIVE ON REGULAR line hopes to pull from govern- : Lee Simm, were arrivals yesterday -: t'
in high quarter,
I over very
Mrs. Gladys I. Teal. 21 I, died 10 ,: EXCURSION ment-subsidized European companies -& 79 PASSENGERS!!' by plane. to complete arrangements :: AMONG DEPARTURES I believe some of the present cabinet )'
o'clock last night at the residence for advertising Key West as
i
the cream of one of thworld's headed for"promotions"
) members
MIAMI f are
FOR
at 1318 Angela street Funeral ARE DEFERRED 1 one- of the attractive cities to be
undeveloped mar
: Although travel is not sfs heavy great t I to the diplomatic
services are being: held this after I the Steamship Cuba failed Saturday visited by their parties. I _
of make
now as it was in the midst service and elsewhere, to
kets.From
oS:30 o'clock from the chapel Scenes of Key West are to be I Ii
t
noon still the south and the north. afternoon for Havana with 72
there an who will be
:
are for
winter
i iE. i sales at the municipaldock season plane room successors
Sponge the afternoon
Funeral Rev. walls of their offices 1 Leaving on
of Pritchard's Home. the
first class I i depicted
Britain. Holland. on
France Great passengers seven seciond
,
number of passengersarriving | Miami listened to by a larger segment of
: scheduled for this morning appreciable 1 I 4 o'clock for :
the Congregational street in Miami. yesterday
Evans of Flagler
R. :
automobile
on
the Sunday excursionsfrom I Germany and Russia have been class one seven .
church, officiating. I were postponed until tomorrow it on :! artsists from the FERA will were Lee Semm. Ted Saunders, congress.All
pushing closer and closer thin tons of freight and 361 sacks of group deniedat
such suggestions are
husband Al- ; was said at the dock this morn Miami.There murals, it said. Dea Duerrten. Buddy Kessinger.
the the ;
Survivors are mail. I I execute was
of international airways
were 281 arrivals yesterday lines Broward J. Gerry Curtis the White House, where it U
bert Teal; one son. Albert. Jr.; ing. eastern Steamship Alamo, of the Clyde- Both Mr. Saunders and Mr. Vivian
the far take
toward
deferred sales is, and several groups had been great I Jr. Insisted that if any changes
for the Stone
Reason F.
five i who: and Jalius ,
mother, Mrs. Lillie Albury; i remained markets. : Mallory Lines arrived 1:30 o'clock:I It Simm, like hundreds of others in ,the
will be
sisters Mrs.\ Reginald Roberts. I it M said because Harry Cohen, ( here earlier in the season returned I Is All Ocean t: yesterday morning from New York] hav<| visited Key West, are confident -', Only four passengers arrived j place. they just the
Arthur head of one of the large sponge but a short time; and Approach will I: on the morning; plane and all of natural course. Nevertheless.
Mrs. Luis Molina Mrs. that this city next year i
and chief yesterday to again look over the I' They come by land. The only and after discharging heavy shipments : were'on the list politicians are watching for-and ,
and chamois companies, tourist these passenger
Lowe. Mrs. Paul Johnson and Miss ;. the will arrive I attractions and see others theyi American approach is bv sea.I of freight, sailed 4:45; experience the greatest I I the afternoon! I npeding--denlopmenta.
for concern. in
Henrietta Albury, broth buyec it has even known.
er. John Albury. and j One I' from Havana this afternoon. I i I missed on the previous visit and what a sea. To plane and. o'clock for Tampa. season ; I i .


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-. THE BRIDGE BEGINS ,
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'. I 54 years ago.;
: "i- "'': KEY WEST IN l r TODAY'S WEATHER 11 Today's

.... :'" ..., La...". ".......) ) The great bridge battle i is over and I .......................
'c, y ', ", ... .f -.. .. ,.. I i DAYS GONE BY .1 Lita Gray Chaplin, actress born
1'fro.
the partisans of the Ely Culbertsons; will Dr. William M. Leiserson, \
.. ... ,:: '. Temperatures winds over south and 27 years ago.
: portion
.'"' with the adherents of the P. Hal Happenings Here Just 10 Year och College, Ohio, economist,
argue
.... . .r. Ago Today As Taken From Highest ........... .......... .........7r.<5 erate southerly winds over motl-I chairman of the National Mediation
t ?ims's tor months about the results. The Files Of The CitizenIn i Lowest ..__,... __..................... .*5 portion shifting to northerly Board born in Esthonia, >.12> John L. Cable of Lima. Ohio,
A. t .,..... .....a slug L.r Oi course, the Culbertson contingent i Mean ..... ..... ... 70 t-x-congressman, lawyer, born
. Neill hoa::t at least one ace, the score at the I Normal Mean ..._.....:::::.: -::::::::75'' extreme north portion Tuesday!'; years aKO.Bishop there, 51 years ago.
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.. Ills. KiwiKljt, ** evwud cU.. matter the event the Key West Rainfall ;, -
> end of the 150 rubbers of
bridge. Moreover
h _ Electric Company discontinue thi: I .0 IPS.' WEATHER CONDITIONSThe II. Lester Smith of Cin- James J. Jeffries!, of Cal. onetime -
I IrTlalVTUKAll they will declare that the system operation cf its trolley car system Yesterday's Precipitation: cinnati. Methodist Episcopal ht'avyweiJ1hthampion; (born
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... ., .... . ._.,.. 1 "r.._ next fall and the lull bus Koim&l Precipitation! in Ohio. GO
- Ibr % r has proved itself because the run of the .ThU rp..r.. resrre :- -...ur period western!' disturbance hasmoved clergyman: born at Indiana. Pa., years ago.
,....... .ic .' *t* '.. 'i ..... M*.fc. U aWataU.r e *:l edllt-tl l cards was not the important factor and the those Almanac i eastward with increased intensity I Citizen.
...., ',t.hiw.. credited in this paper and *.!.. tracks will be removed and Subscribe to The
>41. ,.._, ?ewa. published M licru.'NAIIONAL players were equally proficient. The deciding parts of the streets which are Sun rises! ... ....... 6:04 a. m. being central this morn I
factor, they assert, was the system torn up as a result of the removal Sunsets ........ .......-. 6:50 !y. m. ing over Ontario: Sault St('. Marie, Abbott Fuller Graves of Kenne-I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
t. ILIICUIU I .. ... ...... .5:08 m. i bunkport, Maine, painter born at '
,i& will be repaired by the companyat Moon rises p. j Mich., 29.2K inches, and a strong FUNERAL HOME
I II ASSOCIATIONStllSCItlPTIO.N, followed by the successful contestants.This its own expense. On June 1 Moon sets ...... ... ....... 4:30 a. m.' high pressure area has moved in Weymouth Mass.. 76 years ..0'1 Established 49 YearsKey
C/t /9.35 might look like an argument to the company will begin the operation Tomorrow's Tides I
P.M.i I' over the northern Plains States West's Oldest
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the average man or woman but bridge of busses.; Four will be start- A31. Samuel R. McKelvie of Lincoln.
IIATKS Z4-Honr Ambulance. Service
"'"' Year ............:.....-... ...-....--.-.--110.05Ir ed at first but this,; number will High ... ... ........ C:40 :091 Huron, S. D., and Dodge City, !! Nebr., newspaper publisher, ex- Licensed Embalmer .
Month -.._..._.._.__..___- 5.0' experts have their own notions about such be increased to 10 if it is decidedto Low ....................12:33 12:42 Kans., 30.42 inches. Rain and I governor, ex-Federal Farm Board I l
PBO.S. 696-W
Three Months __.. - ----- 2.1i1 135 Night
matters. For instance, the Sims' brigade them and Barometer at 8 m. today: I I I
i Ime Month _.-. .81 operate exclusively a. snow, accompanied by high winds, :, .
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Veekly 5 will approach the results from a different do away entirely with the car Sea level, 30.13. | have resulted during the last 24 -- --- ---- ----- --- --- -
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Made known on.It'application.i_RATES .; .... llt angle, asserting that others have over system.An J -.Lowest Highest hours in the Lake region, and a

,....t.I.'L: \OTICK looked distribution, which often makes Station Last Night Yesterday cold wave has overspread the upper -
New York
item from
All' "o't.reading tuiuary, notices notice cards, etculll of thanks be,charged resolutions for of at high cards valueless, and the fit of the paper carries the a tory of the. Alilene ..._....-.. 52 96 '! Mississippi Valley and portionsof I! Your Opportunity
J:.': retri of :t cents a line. of home in West Atlanta ............ 50 C6 \ the Plains States, the temperature -I I
"'oI lr,B) for entertainments by churcne from which hands, which often magnifies card hold- purchase a Key at Duluth, Minn\ ,. having fallen
.... ........ 38 46
Boston
0 reu-uue is to be derived are 5 cents a line. by the Due and Duchess de Riche j
11.. Citlxcn Is an open forum and Invites discus ings in actual play. By their analysis they lieu. The Due and Duchess, arrived Buffalo ........ __. 21 50 "| from a maximum of 64 de-
/itrrest Yon cf public but It issues will not and publish subjects nooymous of local or communl general will show that the Sims play producedmore in New York after a visit Charleston ...." 52 66.; grees yesterday to 10 degrees this: Now is the time to modernize your home and

.. ............ 64 ; morning. Temperatures have risenin
to make
utl <" nearly the reasonable result of each of several weeks in Key West Chicago; 30 such improvements to your property as may
Gulf and South
the Atlantic
-- -- ------- -- Denver .............. 34 72 I be
and the investment of needful desirable before
deal, regardless of actual score, when mucn reported While here. Detroit .............. 52 60 States, but readings are still below or costs advance too
property I
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST these factors are taken into consideration, Galveston ......._. 68 72Havana normal in Florida. much.

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN along with high cards, etc. Charles E. Baxter __.......... 68 I G. S. KENNEDY,
developerof Huron ..._........... 20 .18'J Official in Charge. See us about the U. S. Government plan on
Personally have hankering for the Key Largo Club sites wasa
we a Jacksonville ... 50 70 I I, long term modernization loans.
guest:; of the Enchange Club at
1. Water and Sewerage. both systems-when they work. Thereare their luncheon yesterday. Daringan Kansas: City..... 32 82 KEY WESTCOLONIAL

layouts under which we use the Sims outline : II proposed KEY WEST __ 65 76 Enjoy the benefits while
0 i'.f
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- > Little Rock .. 52 71; HOTELIn you pay.
and others where follow South! Florida.Mr. .
system we the developments in
land. Los Angeles; ....:. 56 78
Culbertson model. Moreover, there are Baxter elaborated! on his; Louisville .......... 38 64 the Center of the Business

3. Free Port. rare hands when the exigencies of the his program South in Beach the development property and of Miami ......._....54 ,72 and Theater District The First National Bank ot Key West

._. 18 64
Hotels and Minneapolis
4. Apartments.
situation demand initiative and originalityand characterized the bathing beachas | I II First CU Fireproof
i i- -
j| New Oilcans .... 60 74 I Member of the Federal Reserve
the south of 1
5. Bathing Pavilion. we fall back on our own, never-yet- best sand beach I New York .......... 42 50 Sensible Rate
Miami. lIe called bond issue
the I
C. Airports-Land and Sea. published, modus operandi. This com I Pensacola .-...-.... 58 62 i Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
of 2.650000, recently voted by I COFFEE
SHOP NOW OPEI
...... 60
7. Consolidation of County and City bination is without failure except where the people of Key West as :1'',j Pittsburgh 48
I iSt. Louis .......... 34 74 I YOUR BANK
Governments.The bad judgment is involved and, for the pur- master: stroke. Salt Lake City .. 56 72 Garage Elevator

pose of this article, we admit no such fac- I I San Francisco .. 52 68 Popular Price I
Every seat in the San Carlos ... I
Seattle .... ..m. 48 72 II |
like all the of
Key West tennis players do bet tor. In this we are just rest theater was occupied last night Tampa .m*..... 52 C8 -.-----.------ . -.- . _-
the devotees of the game. by lovers of beautiful music, and I i ...... 42 58
Washington
ter with fish nets than those on the courts. I
the concensus of opinion is that i[ Williston ...?.....I4 26
ADOLPH OCHS HIS ACHIEVEMENTIt the presentation of The Love
:
Inflation m.ay be ahead. If it i is, we I i Garden was one of the most i, WEATHER FORECASTTill ;RiibcACCEPTING
beautiful musical comedies I!!
ever
to ride the crest and then leave the
hope is even fitting for the editor of a seen here. It was in truth the! ( 8 p. m., Tuesday by

raft. small newspaper to pay tribute to the late most; elaborate affair of its kind 1 j Key\: West and Vicinity: Fair to- IMITATIONS

Adolph S. Ochs, who took the New York ever staged in Key West and 1I I

Now the legislators are trying to setup Times when it was on the verge of ruin those who are took receiving part in words the :presentation ofj-t! I f':tt- %b.o.s I {rill 1 Be sure t to To MADE gee IN the BALTIMORE.original Davis 100% pare Paint

a state income tax. Hurry up, boys, and developed it into one of the mightiest high praise: from ciitics. The 1 took, for Davis 100% Pare Paint hat often been ratnmnT UK

it'll soon be all gone.W' newspapers in the world. management has been prevailed; I &w'-' i. 1 1I "'s this Label imitated,but never duplicated. ',re
upon to repeat the production. I 'Jo. .,.., 1' Davis 100% Pure Paint conforms with .
,..,. .I r- -
He had the courage of his convictionsand . .
\ -.;... all pure paint Laws and (t the only paint .... : .
e understand the creative urge ex- they were largely centered on the accurate Mayor Frank II. Ladd has re-!; I ''1'. '6 1l I II Q p that carries a guarantee of purity. ..
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plans poets and inventors. The puzzle is presentation of neAA's. He erectedhis eived! the following telegram'; I tll' 1 I/ Jackonville ; I rl on --.-.-. -
what keeps newspaper men going. monument in the shape of a news- from General M)cha : "Kindness and courtesy 'v'1 r ;-j We be.e asp m.awn with my other Paint MMiuiwturtr of Mm ttmHu MOWS.An .
paper in the best sense of the word, de- extended to me and party bY .... "" I ow BToducu. .re maj* by M m B lti.or >nd toU tbeossh Oukn o+iy.

The barber control bill is a useless '-erately attracting intelligent and think- yourself and citizens of your,, Fair I TEH.ItDAVIS co GtDNisMd 1898 1IALTIMOREMD

piece: of legislation. With a razor in his ing readers. Contrary to the modern trend repressive city is highly apreciated. -' night and Tuestsy; gentle to moderate G. C. ROBERTS
Corner
Caroline and William Streets
Please for (
> accept yourself northerlyinds.
hand anj the victim impaled in the chair, hj d.d not go in for comics, features and.
and them my rincere thanks._ Florida: Fair tonight and Tues I
the tonsorial artist has all the control 3nsationalism.: day; somew.'at colder in north ....-..-- .- -...- -
C"-? ;ary.It The writer was twice employed by In: a telegram to Dr. J. Y. )portion Tuesday.
Porter. president i of the chamber Jacksonville to Florida Straits:, rlIIAYIIII.lI .-
.he Ochs organization, both in Paris and of commerce. J. F. Busto state Fresh! westerly winds over north i Y.......*.**........*..........................9999999* .......... s.:
cost Uncle Sam $50,000 to print I New- York and found Mf. Och an observant renator, informs the doctor that portion and gentle to moderate' .

'pink slips" which Congress has reod. quiet and unassuming man. the bonds rl.'ently'otell by Key ncrtheny wind over south por- .
f
'* They cannot even be used for West freeholders were validated. tion and weather partly overcast :
Having risen from the printer's case to his
The telegram reads: "S? urt'.1 tonight and Tuesday. Clean
.T.Uh pads, but must be destroyed as
eminence in the profession, he Up--Paint
Up
newspaper waiver of rules and )passed senate Kzst: Gulf: Moderate northerly
t'e contain information which Congresshas seemed more at home with the boys in the bill!! validating! the two million, I

declared illegal to divulge. composine room than what i is called the dollar! bond issue for our road." ]i,I well known in Key West and have .
.I friends who will be much interested .
front office. Editorial Comment: Candidates'I in the marriage. SS

The Townsend pension plan has gone Many tributes have come to his life should )print thei pictures in The Fix Up

the way of all attempted foolish legisla- and his work His newspaper is the model Citizen. They should not forget Pineapple are still arriving and
that the fair sex now has a vote. the t'hipm'ntint.'r'ase each day. .
tion. That this idiotic had mil .
concept
'
which others are building. To read :
upon Ry the end of the week, it is
lions of adherents proves once again that it regularly is to be educated, so great is MSs Kathleen Fay Maloney' understood, the force of -men In The :

Barnum was right, only the ratio is higher, the wealth of intelligence that it spreads and William. Kno\\les were employed! in the work of transferring o
but P. T. did not base his calculation married last evening. in St.raul'li the cases of fruit from .
on
-along with the news that it presents. He Better
Episcopal church at 6 the ordinary cars into refrigerators Housing ProgramYour
compound: propagation.Those made a high mark in his calling, :his o'clock. Rev. C.'R. D. Crittenden will be greatly in

I memory lives and! his, .influence 'and example officiated. The young people are creased.!

who affect shorts may find will continue to inspire teafncws- ---- -- --- '-'--- -.- .
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justification Milton's: "In naked beautymore It..._,, -------
paper for ages. ,\. .. >F ... .. : ; 'I; .INe:: Property I
adornM m.ore lovely than Pandora." ::11 tSi, ) ,

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Or they may take umbrage in a similar expression EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO -r I
I
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from Thomson's "Autumn", l gr If A New Deal IS
"When unadorned, adorned the most." Eighteen years ago the United States t a

Then again the inspiration may have went te war with Germany and her allies. 4.

emanated from "September Morn.\ Anyway The people of this country were lured by ita j .

the that it would be "war to end I s
regardless of what other folks like, hope a .' ,
I
no don't like spinach.A wars. '
There is no use to discuss the surgeof t' t e. .

traveling minister was in town last nationalism that has engulfed the world A Doctor/ : %

weer arrived broke, but left bv boat to since that struggle ended, or to speculateupon tit j t :

lla.ana on a first class ticket. He stated what might have been. Suffice it to \ :

that he was making a tour of the world on I say that the year 1935 finds the world Quickare -' i 1 Arrange loan at your bank under the Federal

faith. It might be added parentheticallythat : bristling with armaments, the nations suspicious -

he also: has hope that he will\\ receive I and the reign of peace apparently are thousands of doctors in this ;1 :. Housing Act on easy monthly .termsDon't i

enough charity to continue hip threatened on many fronts. nation but what wouldn't you give for just one of them ;

There: is your trinity-faith, tra\'el.1 Democracy itself is somewhat sub- when sudden sickness threatens a' member-of your :

charity.: Undoubtedly the reverend is i merged at this writing, with dictators in family? :

convinced that the greatest of these is i, power in many states and new orders being In such a crisis,folks instinctively turn to their telephone, I : Wait For Materials j

chariiv.! established in others. Fundamentally, to save precious time. If one doctor is not in. it takes but a few
seconds to call another. But if you had to search in person or
however, the rule of the people representsthe find an obliging neighbor whose telephone you could use, it .i To Advance In Price

The powers at Stresa have agreed to : hope of the world and we look for- might take too long. S s 'i
About seventeen millions of Americans today have a telephone ..
accept Germany's scrapping of the Ver- ward confidently to the rebirth of a demo- handy. They evidently get a service which is more ,

saille.. treaty by accepting her rearmament cracy that will be more substantial than I not valuable have to it.them than the small cost, or they probably would ...

and wiping the slate of the past ever when judged by its fruits in the lives You. too will find it costs more to do without a telephone : ,"Your home is worthy of the best"Sooth

clean. A new deal is to be started with of average men and women. I than it does to have ij: costs,you in time inconvenience and I i
many other ways. For information about the classes of service
every nation binding itself to observe just ask any of your telephone company friends or get ia !
'- lii s and obligations. Unless revere The art of a certain young cartoonist touch with the Business Office right away Honda Contracting & Engneersg Co. j II

.' 'cs are attached in the treaty: to ob- of Mexico City may be convincing to

'' catiea, they will be ignored when others, but not to the artist himself. After SOUTHERN .LL 1 : Phone, 598 WWte and Elm Streets 1
'"
\-- )3rerient: day arrives, just as Japan winning a cash prize' for an anti-liquor Telephone and Telegraph ( fm Co. : :

cu! t\', i'.h Manchukuo, Germany with Ver- poster he pent the money for drink and l INCORPORATED J I.......... ....................................e........e.e..........:

same: and apparently Italy with Abyssinia. landed in jail. :. 7 I".I
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Ma>hd#owe fat rhi4 c I HERE SUNDAY
I Please b_ prompt |n paying COLUMNe.e..a.eeeeeeeee

SYNOPSIS: Alt W.M Coneord'i If you will conduct me to my daughter SPORTS ) the carrier woo deliver :your
tot ftopU art fryttiff to talc H. The ALL WERE
Jantt .'. Iff. away IronLtli young fellow. I will wipe the paper. pays Citizen EXHIBITION CON.
Harrtt ant hand AIM over dust of this household off my boota 15 cent week for the paper ROOMS
(. tki weoltkv Jas. Nortkrup.bodpund and guarantee to wlthdaw myself TESTS; SATURDAY REAL .
and sell it
101 Joiiat atats..r.d.rotten to you for 20 .
until .h. ko. bees asked and any member of my family from I MATCHES STAGEDThe 'THE MUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled
i iI
cent Hi profit for
h JamttAunt Sarah a* has partner a canaille which baa dared to lookdown deliver-, in price 'and location.
tac at tkt Stm o '
at *
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whet. Jamtt it trying to : arftimfftr upon us." - - - I log i* 5 cent weekly on each ; 128 NE 4th Street, Miami, FU.
with Letlit. Sarah telltMm "Come on. Mr. Harris. Interrupted I nbtcriher. If ]>. i. not paid }. apr4.lGtxPIAIIO
.
that united-that--not drunken feeing. IIr. llnrria Leslie ed Sam Fletcher who chose thisstosdis I ARMY WINS\ FROMRECREATION DIAMONDBALL : FIRST HALF OF !I HE Ioe. Not The Citb... Miami tennis team,-which i.
Jamtt.Chapter
g behind moment appear from the shad came to Key West on Saturday TUNING

OWL"You know I never looked down I II !I! 11111116..8'MARRIES staged several exhibition matcnesj" :
GAMETONIGHT SOCIAL LEAGUE I PIANO[ TUNER Laureano }fOe
19 on Leslie. Come along with me and UNIT with local players yesterday afternoon -1'
we'll hunt her up." YOUNG BRIDE in Key West, all of which )tpro'ed reno. Excellent piano for sale

MR. HARRIS. TIGHT "1'm here said a little strained i IN DIAMONDBALL NEARING END very interesting. IOn cheap. 1018 Division street ,

)TAMES fairly leaped forward and voice and Leslie stepped forward. I LOPEZ FUNERAL HOME WILL GLEN FALLS. N. Y.-Honeymooning Saturday the Miami tity: mar2MmoFOR (

:J caught his aunt by the arm. turn- her eyes red but her head held high. are Edward F. Mayo, 75, team made a clean sweep of acv- I.
'fine her abruptly about and away 'Come.' Father, come along with Sam I PLAY ATHLETIC AG. i i and his bride the former :Miss I en matches against Key Wet.I I RENT
'from Leslie. and me and well all go home. I INTERESTING GAME PLAYED;i! FINAL GAME WILL BE PLAYED Gardner
the Miami ace,1:
Mulloy,
Mr. Harris' high-handed GRECATION i Beatrice Johandroe 25, who were :]BICYCLES-WE REST by the
"Is he here" he asked urging manner AFTERNOON trimmed Ygnacio Carbonell r..I.1 i Hour Day Week. Repairall
.1 hersuddenly ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON ON FRIDAY I or
forsook him and he began ) I mariie l recently in this city.
Impetuously forward. I !' 6-1. Oscar Evans defeated Peter* makes and paint them with

"0b yes. and in a terrible state. to"You've cry. been RESULTS IN SCORE OF 9 TO' BETWEEN RMY AND RECREATION .I ', Varela 6-4, C-4; Jimmie Key defeated i Nu-Enamel. We carry a full
He's. for Leslie and he saya..to Insulted. Leslie he (By JOVE) I will tackle the Recreation Department Bob Pinder 6-0, 6-0 the
come sobbed, "insulted by a bunch of riffraff 5 The Lopez Funeral Home will TENS I I ; j supply of parts. Agent for
Jam.es did not wait for more but'dropped your grandmother wouldn't I at Bayview Park. 1 I George Andrade defeated CurryIlarris }I tI Rollfast, and Dayton Bicycles.
Athletics the
the at Bay\iew
his aunt's arm and ran. have wiped her feet on. My Cod, Leslie play There will Le two more games' 6-4, 6-0. and Bob Multoy ; And sell them as low as $5.00

When he reached the dancing platform when 1 think of your grand. 1 Park field tonight. i to be played between the defeated Avery Johnson, 6-3. 6-3, | down and $1.00 per week. We
The Funeral Homers will to JOVE j Light-
try ( )
By
(By JOVE) | Iin I 1 I the singles j
at the further end of the lawn, mother | Buy and Sell all makes of used
5 break the that has fell over On afternoon of this house and Recreation and the
spell Friday ||
he found the music stopped and the The Army diamond ball ten won 'i :Mulloy[ and Mulloy downed Car Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
after-1! them in the last three games and :: week the first half of the Social I!1 Garage and Lighthouse tens. These bonell) and Varela 663 and
i dancers crowded together at one end EVER mind, never mind: their sixth game! Saturday !I : Stowers company. 515 Duval
of the platform whispering and gig coaxed Leslie urging him for. noon at the expense of the flee-I! that is, losing: three straight ams. Diamondball League schedule will games may be played any time Ev_' whey defeated CarbonellcFinder street. pr9-tf
tgllng and watching John Harris who ward and out of earshot. Sam had Before that they had to play 17 I these clubs agree to do so. I did (..4, 6-4, in the doubles.
stood Just below them on the lawn his other arm but James stuck valiantly reation Department outfit. The' innings to gain a decision, some. come to a close. In all probability j(i not place them on a double bill heI !, FOR SALE

,wearing his old-fashioned frock coat to their heels. Insisting that he Soldier boys started scoring in the | thing unusual for them to do. On I the Army outfit will be the win- :|I because it would work hard on eeeeeeee.oooe.eaeaeee.eeToday's
and bell crowned hat and swaying and no other should drive them very first frame, and added two ; the other club the players had the : ners. They now have a game; and .: some of the clubs. 1 FINE SECOND HAND Yellow
tipsily to and fro as he leaned heatlly home. more in the third inning and in following to say: "We may lose I a half lead over the AdminUtia- {i i Standing of the league: Horoscope Pine Lumber Sash. Blinds and

on his gold topped cane. Miss Sarah who stuck as persist the fifth canto' scoied another on''! but the Red Dt'vilsViII know that tion and Garage teams their near- j I Club- \V. L. Pct. I aces see.... ... Doors. Will do business at any

I a, homer"br-SnHivan; -On an rI they have been in a game." I est rivals, and have only two more II ) Army ......_................. G 1 .860 i I This. day gives a' .eo..1' time. C. Knowles, 917 Windsor
I >or, a doutQe7:.and a i fnjde the sOl.1 The batteries will be Ubieta games to play, with three each for I Administration .......n" 2 .6G7 !I dependent character, capable of Lane. apr13.2t
;
dier ljoy; | ,puihecl, ,over two. 'and Ingraham for the boys with I the runners-up. Garage m,............._._. 4 2 .667 attending to its own business and FOR SALE Ford' Truck in
o Y S tallies! 'In'! the seVenth "frame and the red togs, and Tynes and Gar- The following is the schedule of i! Lighthouse ....m......... 3 ::1 .500 very desirous of doing so. It is excellent-condition.Dump Will Mil

. ( ) scoreJtone! more in the eighth; onan 'cia for Brady's clan.UYPLANSlOR. games; for this week: Tuesday},!:': Recreation ......-_........ ::1 .OJ .430 better to let such people alone, as l! at $60.00 for quick sale. See
and single. :5:30 Lighthouse
? error a afternoon o'clock -
I opposition breeds a'ten3ency to be Allen. The office.
Joe Citizen
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I I '
p. ._ The Drill and Playground boys vs. Recreation Department Pitchers' record 1 unjust. There may be an impulseto .' aprl5-lt
re scored one run in the third on two at Bay view Park, and at 7:-15 p. !i!. Pitcher-- W. L. ,\\-e'i 1 I travel, and often success comes ,

singles and an error. They added ( m.. the Administration ten will : Ortega _......._.....__.._.._ 5 1 I in foreign lands. If these natures II i EXCHANGE

e four more in the ,eighth on two(I TENNIS MATCHESi cross bats with the Garage outfit. Jolly ................___....3 1 .750 i| are turned in the proper direction *
4 I doubles and three singles. I I I Wednesday afternoon. Lighthouse Adams ...................... 1 1 .500 I| they produce valuable results. 11 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,

The hitting stars of the game i ______ vs. Administration, beginning ,, Catt's ..... .-....--......-..-.. 2 3100 best residential section. Two
were Sullivan: with! a homer aj i I! I 5:30 o'clock at Bayview Park. I I Demeritt ........m._...._._ 1 3 .250 I i j One of the most photographed. baths, Oil Heat.'Two -Car Garage .
double and single in five trips: ARE BEING play the Recreation Department I Weintraub ............--. 0 3 .000 I torn or Shinto arches, in Japan*! for large House or small

to the plate; Ranaw, with a homer !' RECEIVED BY RECREATION Thursday night, the Army will Gonzalez ................-.0 1 .000 j I i is the huge one on the i island of Hotel furnished. Roy Gordon.
and two singles in five times up; I, play the Garage ten at 7:45 o'clock I I i I Miyajima. near the city of Hiro-j 97 Paige St., Lowell, Mass.

Ward, :McCarthy Matthews and J'I'j'i DEPARTMENT and on Friday evening: the Army Subscribe to The Citizen I I shima. j apr5-4tx

Garcia, with two safeties in j ... . .. ..
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tries. i I|I

C't 'ts In the field Sullivan had eight I II Registrations are being receiv- .

I chances at short; Ranawa and i iI )I ed now by the recreation depart- J .' '. '
I Iw j Ward had five, and J. Garcia had ment of the Key West Adminis-

five chances, without an error. tration for the tennis tournament WIt
I Score by innings: R. II. E. which starts May 1.

Army 302: 012 100-9 14 3 i|I!I All matches: planned by the recreation -
I Rec. 001 000 0-10-5 12 5 :;:1 department are singles r

Y Batteries: Ortega and Kulas; (:i both for men and women. A :

Weintr'aub and Clements. :'round-robin tournament will be ; 1x.rE

I Summary: Errors: Larson 3, D, ', staged Trophies will be presented
';
Powell Nodine, Ortega Matthews, '
i and
woman.
;i, the winning man
Gonzalez home runs: Sullivan. .
i With a number of good playersin
Ranaw two base hits: J. Garcia
"Have no fear" said Harris."My blood has cooled." I Key West a large number of
2, McCarthy 2. Matthews. Sulli-
i entries in the tournament are expected -
Out Howard and Jackson Crowell tently to James as James to Leslie, vpn Ward; stolen bases: Jones; : before registration closes
stool; one either aide of him vainly was forced to demur in no uncertain I struck out: by Ortega: 1; time of May 1.CATES.
urgIng him towards the house. The tones pleading James' dutiesas game: 1:30; umpires: Mixon and r
whispering and giggling stopped host which! her nephew impatiently Bethel 8,271 mm and women

abruptly as James came forward. waved aside. 'I ; SHOWS UP : visited the Chesterfield .. : e ...
"Good evening Mr. Harris. he "Of course you have got to stay
said pleasantly. "Won't you come and look out for your guests." inter NEW INSTRUMENTTO i factories during the ,

Into the house with me and have rupted Mr. Samuel Fletcher in his RECORD TIME: WELL WITH TEAM i past year. .
some aupperf""Good loud truculent voice. "And since I

evening Mister . Mister brought Leslie to the party I'd like II Ifly .\...... "..... I'r...) --- -- !
to know why 1 shouldn't take her
Siluison. answered his uninvited lome." YORK. England. April 15.-Anew 1 William Cates who has signed !'

guest speaking at first slowly and "Please. Leslie . ." persisted transit instrument to determ- with the Sanford baseball team j;
distinctly and meticulously dividing James, but Leslie avoided his pleadIng I ine "mean" time all over the j''for i i the 1935 season, played his '

Ms syllables. "There tat nothing, sir. eyes and turned to Sam. All the I world has been completed here for : first professional game: at the
)IIUn offer me now or at any other life all the sparkle had gone out of the observatory at Greenwich. Believed Celery City )e-terday afternoon. I _ :
tints 1 have come. sir for my daughter : : her and It occurred to James he had I to be the largest in the I! SanforJ: defeated Cocoa by the 1:1 ..; ii. .

Leslie s rumor having reached never in his: life seen anyone lookso world, the instrument has taken i! one-sided: score of 10 to 5, and t| -
n.y ears late this evening that sheN'4a tired. As the three drove off Mr. two and a half years to build and 'i learned only two of its 10 runs
Dot a welcome guest in this pica
Harris still sobbing and protesting weighs about 10 tons. I while Cocoa earned three of. five ,
that I
yuuUh: provincial assemblage
weakly. James could have cried him
Readings will be taken from a
I tellies.j .
makes Itseif a laughing stock by try. |
self.Of graduated glass circle instead of a The Key West ball player held c, I
lug to apo Its betters of the great course it had to happen at his i I
vorld and calls itself sodety. Suci party. Of course it had to be the silver one, as in the present in-' down the difficult corner and was

ely'" mutt who had the good luck to be strument. i fifth on the batting list, went hit-
Here he laughed, a great boisterous chosen as Leslie's prop and staff Instead Round the circle are placed several : lens in four times up but brought i|

shout and then calmed hm: of one who would have giventen I microscope arrangements t in a tally with a sacrifice hit. He 1

se' ttJ frowned. But I must polo- years of his life, to have spared each illuminated so that instead of had two put-outs an assist and an \ tl ..aYh.G e wi V
r]Wff he ladies present. I do apoloti her one moment pthjuniliatlon.Out I tj kins jjne leading 12 sepetateredy7gdyre error.: of
d ; ,""' o1* the bottom of my heartIt h e would;o ,fter. tomorrow. taken and the mean The teams in the Central Flor-

1 h. I assure you sir. a matter (lie would show her as tactfully and bf the 12 readings gives the ab o. ida League play two games each
rather for tears than for laughter delicately as he knew how Just how lute time. week on Thursday and Sunday. dn
but alas my sense of the ridiculous much he respected her and lookedup I I II II Ii It r _
..
sometimes betrays me. The first to her. None but a little thor - l.
.
"j
families of Kansas!" oughbred would have faced') that ,:

giggling crowd Leslie had and' t
AGAIN be laughed, laughed while gone off with her head held high :isi 1 e 1 / .

tears ran down his checks and not a suggestion of apology. Oh, iz -
and he could barely stand while he he would tell her. he would show

kept repeating between paroxysms her. . t
"1 do apologize. 1 do apologize. Out it Damn the miserable old dance
e; <
really Is side splitting." anyway! Damn the miserable heart
.'N'o doubt." said James somewhat less brutes who had laughed at Lesi A man who visited a Chesterfield f

grimly:; "but suppose we go up to the i lie's shame.They were dancing again.

house and talk it over. I am afraidwe gay and excited and happy as If they factory recently, said: "Noiv>! that I have +. .;.cr'
are delaying this dance. had not Just watched a girl's heart eve
"In a moment my young sir In a break and her fine courage In bear-
moment. And in the meantime pleasebe Ing it-a girl so much finer than the I seen Chesterfields made, I understand . .":*'jI
so good as to take you hand off whole pack of them that there wasn't '

my arm. It happens that I have a a single one fit to tie her shoe lace. better than ever why people- Chesterfields ..> '
great aversion to being pawed. In my I He could not face them. He say ,
.
youth when there were mill a few would not go back and dance and I '
men left In this country who might listen to their snickers and innuen are milder and have a better taste. ; '. '

properly be called gentlemen I does. The least he could do to show F '- ?i', .
would have run a man through for his loyalty to Leslie would be to go I 1 '
less affront than yours." (James off some place by himself and suffer '
with her. t made manufacturer with If you too could visit our factories you- could ,' 'r;. ,
hastily withdrew his arm) The Carey Roofs we sell are by a

"But have no fear. Have no fear I (Copyrlght, itsf, Uatecl U. Farnhan I I a 60-year record of success. Including shingles and roll sec the dean, airy surroundings; the employees :::
blood cooled with '
has .
My my years.
Jame hide out. tomorrow. and colors there .
i roofings In a wide variety of weights :
._ in their spotless uniforms, and the modem cigarette ,
--- --- --- ------- --- - -' -- -
are types for all kinds of buildings. .;- ..
.................... .... I DIAMOND IN CHICKEN I Carey Roofs are made in the largest roofing plantIn making machinery.

In the world that's why they can be sold at prices no
Today History PINE BLUFF. Ark.-Mrs.' A. ; materials.Let You could notice how carefully each Chesterfield ", : : : .
untested
......$- a- < ..a"--. 1 M\ Greenhill of this city found a higher-and many times lowei than ... 1 ,
1817-Firllt free American :i dime and a" diamond worth $150 us give you a free estimate, and thus prove that we ':, cigarette is inspected and see also how "

in the craw of a chicken boughtat can save money for you. Chesterfields untouched .human
reboot for the deaf and dumb are practically by ,
a local store. .
opened at Hartford Conn. ..
SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENe. CC hands. '.
I A popular method cf committing v ..
18C5-IH! Abraham Lincoln -j suicide in Japan is to leap "Your Home Ia Worthy of the Beat' ;.,': *;-'* .::', Whenever you happen to be in RichmpndVjL,, ,
t Phone 598 White de Eliza Sb. c
assassin'sbullets. ;
aged 5fi, from an into the smoking crater of MountI v ,, -
I I Mihara, a volcano on the island! of Durham, N..C., or San Francisco, California, we '.


1004!\ -Carnegie Hero Fund Oshima- ---in-Tokyo-: -bay.-- -'., . invite you to stop at the Liggett & Myers:plants ". ,

Commission endowed with $5; er. Haarmann, beheaded for many "z (, made. : '
and how Chesterfields arc
000,000 established murders. :; see r-

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1912 Steamer Titanic 1929-71st Congress convenedin : [ "
disaster! }
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special session for farm relief j
se
1925-Infamous German butch.r und tariff revision. _. i.G.. ., ,.I.-n.Mwi 1'oI&ax C& ; '
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"AGE: FOUR :THE KEY WEST CITIZEN[ MONDAY, :APRIL 15, 1935.
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CHURCH BOARD 1 fl..p i"s. ; MENTION [CITES HOPE ON HAIR DRESSER |I SPECIAL, CHURCH


:-: SOCIETY : : TO MEET HERE ......................................s..1 I EASTER SERVICE FINISHING WORK I! SERVICES HERERev.

I :Morris Holtsberjj, who was in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curry left
................................................. i iI I i I I 1 I II Miami for a short business visit',I II I yesterday for Miami to spend -a !i

Eastern Star Meeting I I Representatives from Key West I I returned Saturday. I week at Islamorada as guests of (By CAPTAIN V. W, WALKER) Mrs. J. L. Papy, who, for the B. L. Helm, pastor of the
Order
attending the recent Methodist! I Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carey. Methodist
Men in all walks of life hope I past several months, has been con-: Church at Coconut
;
In Miami Was Grand Success:.I Church district conference held in I II. I Rev. George E. Summers, of the i for the future. When this hope i iI nected with the Beauty Shoppe at Grove, will conduct services at
First Methodist church, who was Mrs. Emit Phillips and son.
i Miami report that Key West was I dies out, activities cease. There is! the Fleming Street Methodist
I. district conference' Emit, Jr. who were spending several Berlin Sawyer's Barber Shop will
the ,
attending :
selected for the next conference I no longer a desire in the heart of. i Church each evening this week.
and this to be held in ''in Miami, returned Saturday. weeks in Key West at the I leave for her home in Miami Fri-i I
annual meeting entered organization
The thirty-first -( pirates, sang presented -I lol i the individual to reach the goal. ( These services will be in keeping
of the Grand Chapter of the the Worthy Grand Matron, December. I I home of !Mrs. Phillips' mother,,:! If this be true in the material side : day. Thursday will be her last with Holy-Week.]

Order of the Eastern Star of{with made from shells I. Those attending the conference Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McGann and Mrs. J. B. Johnson, left yesterday I of life, how much more should it(I day at the beauty parlor. j[ Rev. Helm is one of the
ship I
i a }! for |afternoon for the home in Miami
the at Miami delegates from Key son were arrivals Saturday a I I '
10.13 at as
'Florida held April I I i be true in the spiritual life. While here. Mrs. Papy's younger Methodist ministers, and
Coral Gables Coliseum, Coral I taken from the local waters anda 1 1I 1 I| West, all of whom have returned ?! short visit as guests of Reginald 1 1I I, Surrounded as we are on every I expert Iis i said to be a very fine speaker
i work has
beauty become i
(Pritehard the Allen Warren and I popular
Gables, was a grand success from treasure chest was presented to .'to the city were Rev. Shuler : and returned to George hand with trials, hardships, sin and 1 Special music will be providedin
every angle. I the Worthy Grand Patron by :\Mrs.I I Peele, Rev. George E. Summers, '.I home in Miami yesterday. :[ brother, Wm. R. Warren. Jr., who I wickednesses of every kind, is it :I I with the ladies of this city. Mrs. i keeping with the season. Services -
includ-I Leo Williams Worthy Matron of I I'Gerald] Saunders Miss Mary Fel- were spending a brief holiday with 1'apy states that she. appreciatesthe i
The number registered, j I I not logical to expect that every i | will begin at 8 o'clock.I .
visitors, delegates and dis-; Key West and Fern Chapter. They | ton_ and Charles II. Ketchum. Mrs J. Roland] Adams left yesterday -' their parents. Dr. and Mrs.\ Wm. I many hopes for something better i generous patronage affordedher I
\ling for this the afternoon for Miami tc R. Warren, left yesterday afternoon and hopes to return to thiscity An appropriation by the Philippine -
tinguished guests, were 1736. !f were highly complimented I They also report that I i some day? i iI I I I I I
The tiered seats of the coliseum unique drill.Several I II I ing was well attended spend a week with relatives and i I for Gainesville to resume Paul the apostle said, "And if I j> again in the not too distant (:I legislature will be used to.

presented a picture of spring,I dinner banquets were I I'I lit I proved to be one of the mfet-I friends. their studies at Florida University .I Christ be not risen then is our I I future. increase the enlisted! strength ff._'

with nearly all of the officers j held for those attending. The I I interesting sessions held in a preaching vain?" or as the marginal 1 Subscribe to The Citizen. I I the island constabulary by 1,8..x'

and visitors wearing white, with j most outstanding one was held time. Mrs. Warren Sawyer and son, reference puts it, void, and men.
of the Saturday night at the Miami Bilt- T. Frank Sawyer, left yesterday Mrs. Robert Little, Miss Susan the ] of the Christian
j hope
here season's and pastel there colorings.a touch Floral' more Hotel in honor of Mrs ........................ for Miami for a visit with relatives. Whalton and Miss Josephine Hoffman fO world today only is in the risen Sa I

hall Nancy Rickard and Fred Mank, and friends. : who were the guests for sev- viour. '
decorations of the big accentuated -I Today'sAnniversaries I T
eral days of Mr. and Mrs. John
I
the elected Grand
the note of spring. newly Worthy Can any more forceful argument III
Peter Ponce Jr., Mrs.I Ponce Lowe, left yesterday afternoon for I r
Heralds and pages in briliant! Patron. than this be put forth to
costumes, added to the scene a I Key West was well representedat I I and daughter, arrived yesterday I I their homes at Miami Beach. urge the citizens of Key West en I
this Blossom Sessionj t..S..S..oDa5O..... from Miami for a short stay with
gala appearance. This session of Orange masse to rise early on Easter Sun !
Florida. relatives. Miss Lois Julian, who was spend- I II _I. tip _t .I h ,11 I. _I i!
the Grand Chapter was called the j of the Grand Chapter of 1757-Caleb Bingham Boston day morning and unitedly gather
"Orange Blossoms Session"; and( Those making the trip were: M's.i teacher and' bookseller, pioneer -- ing about six months with her at Bayview Park and sing Ilosan- ,
the idea was carried out all during -i Leo Williams Worthy Matron of American writer of textbooks. Arthur Fulford. arrived yesterday -: brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I nahs to the one who has broughtthis 1 3 tr

the three-day session, in the Fern Chapter No. 21, Nellie born at Salisbury Conn. Died from Miami for a short stay i Mrs. Earl Julian and uncle and hope into the world and not ICE
with his brother sister-in-law,,I aunt Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins !
and -
gifts, songs; and decoations. Louise Russell Mrs. Charles April C, 1817. to the world only but to each USE
Many drills were put on duringthe Lowe, Mrs. Nellie Morris, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fulford.Mr. I II. I left yesterday afternoon for Christian as individuals? 'n1
her home in Silver Point, Tenn.
session! hcnoring the Worthy William Walking.! Mrs\ Lorena 1843-Henry James, famed ----
I i it
and Mrs. Ernest Mares IT'S PURER!
Matron of Florida, Mrs. Saunders< Mrv FJizabeth Cooper American novelist who lived most I. were -
brand Nancy Rickard, and Glenn Mc-. Mrs. John G: Park, Miss Lottie of 'hi;. Jife in ngland, born in arrivals yesterday over.the high: I Mrs. J. W. Carter. and little LOWE RETURNING LASTS LONGER! ,
I i for visit with their son-in- daughter, who were spending awhile ? t\\ ,1I
Kay, Worthy Grand Patron of Roberts Mrs. Jeanette A'dams, New York ity. Died Feb. 28,I IllG way a
.Florida, in which Fern Chapter. Mrs. G. N. Goshorn. Mrs. Willard :' *: % law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. with ,Mrs. Carter's mother, TO OLD POSITION + t
I Mrs. E. .' I 1 ICE REFRIGERATORS
No.! 21, Key West. Florida, playeda Alburv] Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Curry Clem C. Price. Mary Thompson of 418;
White other relatives] _
This drill was one in Mrs. A. E. Sharpley, Elizabeth! 1857-John Mason Clarke, noted street and '
part. Mr. and Mrs. Mario Martinez left yesterday for her home in Made of all metal-equip
which the members dressed as Sharpley. New York State geologist and John Lowe, who has been at-
paleontologist] born at Canadai- arrived yesterday from Miami for ;I Hollywood,: Fla. Mrs. Carter was tached to the customs forces dur- 1i i ped with WATER COOLERSThey're I

-- gua N. Y. Died May 29, 1925. a short visit with relatives. formerly Miss Emma Thompson. ing the winter season, was relievedof 1

At his duties today and will return -+ Economical
Surprise Party Legion 1859 William B. Parsons, the Billy Warner, son of Mrs. Eva
I SPANISH CONSUL to his desk in the railway 1
EventOne noted New York City engineer who Warner who was spending a while] freight offices. I 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
Hall Very Enjoyable with his Mrs. Jennie Galindo
aunt Satisfaction
helped build the Panama Canal, F. J. Dunne, of the customs
I born in New York. Died, May 9. returned yesterday from Miami LEAVES ON TRIP unit in Jacksonville, who was or- ,

of the social events taking Albury, Rebecca Waite, Florence 1932. accompanied by Mrsj Galindo and dered to Key West early in the I Priced at

place Friday was a surprise party' Dillon, Amelia Garcia, Irma Johnson his grandmother, Mrs. Martha Alvarez reason, has beers transferred backto

given at the American Legion]I Clarabell Cerezo, Florence 18G1-Bliss Carman. American Feliciano Castro Spanish con- the Jacksonville forces and i $30 35 1iil1
Hall by Miss Celina Bethencourtin Torres, Ramona Lopez, Dolores poet, born at Frederickton, N. B. I will leave this afternoon. 4 and
honor of the 17th birthday of'' Hernandez, Elia Blanco Geor- Died June! 8, 1929.1866Andrew Mrs. Manuel Perez who was sul in Key West, left Saturday
her brothers Antonio and Ar-I ginia Sanchez, Olga Ortiz, Car- spending the week-end in Taver-i afternoon for Miami where he will 1 Ii EASY TERMS-10 DAYS

senio Bethencourt. j min Herce, Gwynette and Ruth A. Bruce North- nier with friends, returned yester I attend to a number of matters in ERROR APPEARS FREE TRIAL 1j

Dancing was the main form of Rose Thompson, Bonnie Watkins, western Univ. professor of law, day. connection with affairs of the con- .

entertainment of the evening with I Celia Rodriguez, Celina Valdez, North Dakota chief justice, legal I sulate. STORE PRICEIn j THOMPSON'S ICE COi .
various specialties between i Edwina Martinez, Edna Cavanas, authority born in India. Died in Stark M. Gor an. supervisor

dances, and songs by Helen I Mary A. Kelley, EstherCalza] Chicago, Dec. 6, 1934. z from the census bureau. was an During his absence from Key i I INC. ,

Carry and Julian Lucignani. and! dilla. Barbara Lones, Marguerite arrival yesterday for a visit withC. West the affairs of the office will an advertisement carried in h Phone No. 8

a specialty dance by Antonio, Taylor and Helen Cavanas. Gcshorns Have Sam B. Curry. be conducted by Rogelio Cabrera. Friday's issue of The Citizen byJ. I = II

Bethencourt. .Mario Herce, Thurman Sands, G. Kantor's, Inc., men's shop,i

Delicious refreshments were I Clyde and Frank Stickney, George House GuestMrs. Major Wm. V. Albury] Florida CARD OF THANKSWe it was stated that genuine Wikes

served consisting of punch, ice Ybarmea, George Delpino. Joe National Guard who is on duty Bathing Trunks were selling at

cream and cake. I Henriquez Arnold Byre. Gilbert O. 1.. Dayton, of Dade with the troops at Matecumbe and wish to extend our sincere $3.50. This should have read llllll
City, sister of G. N. Goshorn, other points on the keys arrived $3.95. 1 t 1 '_
Those present were: Mr. and Weech, Joe Huau. Joe Watkins, thanks to the many friends and I(
M-s. A. J. Bethencourt, Mrs.I George Curry, James Watson. deputy collector of customs in yesterday for a i'hort'visit with neighbors for their kind acts dur- -.- -- - -

Maria Gutsen, (grandmother of l i Tony Martinez, Charles Munro, charge in Key West, arrived yes- his family. ing the illness and after the deathof I

the twins), Mrs. Angelina Colza- James Moore, Jr., Evelio Ren- terday! and will be the guest of our beloved one. J. Melvin Lewis. ...

dillo, Mrs. Ivy Cavanas Mr. and duelo. Harry Reberts, Jr., George the Goshorns for a few days. Mrs. Stephen Douglass] who was We thank those who so kind-

Mrs Garcia.: Mrs. M. A. Kelley. Lee. Edpidio Rodriguez, Lionel Mrs. Dayton came from Miami attending a convention of the Order ly tendered the use of their automobiles
Misses Emma and Louise Cobo. Manuel Lopez. Julian 'with Mrs. Goshorn over the high. Eastern Star in :Miami, returned and the donors of the

Gwynn. Jennie Holmes Annie Lurignani. Stephen Borwine, way. They had both been attending yesterday. beautiful floral offerings and mes-
Nellie :Mel! and John Archie. I the grand lodge conven- II I
Crusoe, Helen Curry, Hilary Albury sages of sympathy. I
tion Order Eastern Star.liss Frank Lones arrived yesterday aprl5-ltx THE FAMILY. 1 1 i./ /
-------- "" - Marguerite\ ; Goshorn who was from Miami to join his father, ::

visiting in Miami\ with her brother I DeWitt Lones, who is spending awhile )
Fashion Revue And Dance AtHabanaMadrid CARD OF THANKS 1
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.i with relatives.

I Gilbert Goshorn, was a member of l i i I
Club Most, do I thank all
SundayA I sincerely WITH FOR
the returning party. Thomas Curry, who left some
who rendered assistance: of whatever
time ago for a visit in Washington II e oQ
nature during the illness and
large crowd of the city's were Miss Rita Pinder Mrs. Rose P.-T. A;sn. To accompanied by Mrs. Curry, after the death of my beloved

younger set attended the Fashion!'Finlayson, Miss Martha Carbonell Hold MeetingRegular returned remaining yesterday in :Miami for Mrs.a Curry visit aunt. Mrs. Columbia 1.. Lewis. I I
and Mrs. Jane
Revue at the Habana-Madrid Mrs. Bunny Sawyer with relatives. also wish to express my appreciation v3..a
I Brown. --r- to those who leave the use of
Club yesterday afternoon sponsored The program introduced the monthly meeting of their cars and the donors of the I
the Key West Junior-Senior High Mrs. Gracie Baker and son Mer-\ Q
by D. Atonovitz\ Dt'part-I, very latest in bathing suits, beachwear beautiful floral offerings.
I' School Parent-Teacher Association ritt left Saturday afternoon for a
slacks afternoon
,
ment Store. I shorts ELMER WIGGINS
will be held tomorrow visit with Mrs. Baker's sister Mrs.! I
thedance floor and dresses, evening evening -
Tables about I I tea party aprl5-ltx Nephew.
Sallie and other relatives,
in the school Curry
auditoriuin.
were crowded with both visitorsand gowns and lovely Easter frocks. I
home folks who witnessedthe I After the fashion revue the Business of great importance to in Jacksonville. J
the organization will be taken up. ,MONROE THEATER
beautiful displays'< of wearing guests enjoyed an afternoon of,
with music furnished by: A large attendance is anti- Mrs. Arthur Schrader left Saturday I
apparel. dancing Raft-Carole Lombard
It cipated. for a short visit with Mr. 'George ) "
Models\ selected to display the Louis Carbonell's. popular or- -in-
the
employed
Schr dt'r. who is by
latest Spring and Summer fashions chestra.I : J
. Entertain HereOn railroad at St. Augustine, RU MBA WO)
Orchestra
--- --- lOc -.
-- -- -- - --- ---- Matinee:, Balcony, ; ,
SaturdayJudge Jose Lounders left Saturday by a, 15-20c Night 15-25c
;
Room Representatives Hold train for >?lami where he sill] Mt Iffil trnll4r ., .

I with relatives.Mr. --- rl- .
while -
Jefferson B. Browne' delightfully spend a t
Interesting Meeting Friday entertained Saturday .'N", ,,, .", 'I IIIt/I .J1111

evening in his Air Station apartments and Mrs. A. G. Lund left. Uflinututa

(Room representatives of the for future activity of the organ in honor of Lieutenant W.' Saturday afternoon for a visit: !

Key West Junior-Senior High I ization: were made.A B. Jackson, U. S. N., and Mrs.: with relatives] and friends in Jack-I fOR YeUR OLD STOVE
II
social hour followed at which Jackson who were celebratingtheir I sonville. II I

School met in an enjoyable business time Mrs. Kemp served a delicious sixth, iron, anniversary of II I Breakfast ready in a jiffy . no'waiting on the coffee-
and social Cession Friday afternoon refreshment their wedding. I I Charles S. Gibson left Saturdayfor
course. his brother I because the quick sure speed of gas starts it "perking"right
with
Miami to be I
Other
at the home of Mrs. Those present at the meetingwere guests besides Lieu,
liam Will : Mrs. Paul Herrick, Mrs tenant and Mrs. Jackson were M'r.' ; Paul, who is there to undergo an CROSSED EYES away. It is ready, as black as you like it, by the
P. Kcnui<< on William often
tf.ct'l Enrique Henriquez, Mrs. C. W. and Mrs Ray G. Bash and Mrs.: operation today. I Well meaning people I time eggs are scrambled and toast made.
Mrs Paul Herrick, I advise parents of cross eyed
Hoeffer, Mrs. Mervin L. Russell, Blanche Winslow! I Instant heat . perfectly controlled .- gives modern
the room mothers presided over Herman Holtsberg] student at children to "Let them alone, "
the Mrs. Jeff Knight, Mrs. Guilreymo FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Florida University who was I maybe they will out-grow it." I cooking-with-gas an advantage which no other cooking
meeting. Business of im- Russell Mrs. WJl1. P. and I
Kemp
CIIUIcCH ) with his This is an error. We NEVER"outgrow" method offer.
portance was taken up and plans Mrs II. S. McClanahan.] spending a brief holiday I 'I can You have finger-tip control of not
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Far-Sight. It IN-
parents,
_ ___ one, two or three speeds-but of literally a thousand!
_
--- -" -- An for CREASES with
-- --n- i interesting and helpful pro Holtsberg, left yesterday ; age. ,
gram of services has been arranged Gainesville. I Proper glasses will correct I You can always have exactly the heat you want, simply..:
Miss J.
Johnson Announcement I at the First Presbyterian I this condition without medicine I by turning a valve.

Has House Guests 01 Engagement I Church for each evening of this I or surgery. '

I week excepting Saturday. Eventsof i I ITCHING TOES Come ,in today for a complete Arrange NOW to, enjoy the sureness and speed of cook- t

Included in the arrivals yesterday Mr. and Mrs Urban Bethel of the days of the Saviour's last I II Burningsorecracked. I examination. ing this modern way. The liberal allowance for old'
:
I your ,
week will be discussed in the sermons -:
from Miami, were Miss 915 Grinnell street, announce the I by Mr. Gekeler. There will soonhreliev i DR. J. A. VALDES stove makes it so easy to change to a modern gas range ; ,

Cora Lee Baker and Cecil Owens- engagement of their daughter be special music at each service .d"ondheal.j OrtbofOB Soft-Lite License during our Spring Range Sale. Come in TODAY and .

by, who will remain for severaldays' Leona Yvonne, to Joseph Kevilla which will begin at 7:30 and con- S I 532 Duval Street make your selection.,

visitWhile Sturrup, son of the late Mr. and tinue for one hour. The Lord's
here, they are the house i,
Supper will be observed Easter
Mrs Joseph R. Sturrup. The .
guests,of Miss Jennie Mae Johnson 'I at the 11 o'clock servks.NOTICE. TOY NAVIN'f A MODIIN Sea IAN.I W TOO MAVIITf tMISI /tOU ........ i ian
at the home, 615 Francis wedding will take place early in ,


street June Miss Bethel is well known here 1,.I ''I P & 0 STEAMSHIP Co. fi -rte

Judge BrowneTo 'and popular among the younger UNITED STATES FAST
people of the city. Mi-. Sturrupis MRS. J. L. PAPY MAIL ROUTES FOR

Give Dinner connected with the Thompson Who for the past several _.--........ .... .... c_... .....u.. ..... .... "'::on::
Ice Company. I months with the has been connected .I FORT T.AMPA-HAVANA-WEST Effective March IStk,' 1935 INDIES ---..:=' =,- ...---::=.rl.... a ate........rid.'.a., -- -.M.M..W.. ""- ... ... :

Frank W. Lovering, a visitor I
Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
from Rest Medford Mass., will]' i BEAUTY SHOPPEat -

be the honor guest at a dinner to I PALACE .I --- 12:20 Leave P. M.Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I

be given Wednesday night by Ricardo Cortez-Vinia Bruce BERLIN SAWYER'S Leave Key West for'Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon- Florida Public Utilities Company

Judge Jefferson B. Browne, in his -inSHADOW 1 I BARBERSHOP days, 6:30 P. M. I

Air Station apartments OF DOUBTTwo t will leave Friday for her home TicketReaenatMu sal UfwwttUa. at Tkkt. Office saD..w "!&. \

Other guests of the judge! will. Comedies and Short Reel in Miami\ Thursday is last 'P1ii .71, '' J-, \ JACK R. HYMAN, Sales Manager
be Misses Alice] and Julia Jones I '
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