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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 17, 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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VOLUME LVI. No. 92. KEY WEST FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1935.
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I KANSAS till, April 17.-I I she bantered menus, newsmen, .. -

Selecting Conferees Will;; MRS. 'CROSBY TO I I CLOSE HAVE FRIENDS NO DOUBT OF BUT GENERAL THAT, her Ransomed home for for nearly$30.000-saCe two 'ear-in j, photographers.Hold No Hard Feeling.:' i FOUR ARRESTED 1 1I s GILFOND GIVES i House :Members Conceal


Be One Of Main Activi-:,I DIRECT CLASSESIN I HE WILL MAKE BID TOt ,I victim"I'uffering Mary McElroy still from is a a"kidn distress p'I I!'j; were malice She"business explained toward her men"that captors.who she bore did They not no i I IN CONNECTION |I HIS VIEWS ONHOUSING 'Trick Which May ComeIn


ties In Senate Cham- REPRESENT OKL'AHOMA !I that has dogged her mind almost' threaten her.
Very Handy During
bersBy i STENOGRAPHYARRIVES I from the moment her kidnapers I!I' The arm of the law reached out!, 'WITH ROBBERY!I: ACT

I I were captured. j j and gathered in three of her four i I: -- i j i Future Activities
I By HERBERT PLUMMER i abductors. They were MtGee, his i i -
fl1F Avitorlatrd ."rr.. She is the slender, brunette, : '
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HERE FROM MIAMI !
; I brother, George, now serving aI GOODS STOLEN FROM REC1O LOCAL ADMINISTRATOR SAYS
HERBERT PLUMMER J I II I! WASHINGTON April 17.-year-old daughter of Judge II. F.McElroy I life sentence; and Clarence ,Click,,I .;,
I TO TAKE UP WORK IN SOCIAL I' : BUILDING CORNER DUVALl'! By HERBERT PLUMMER
(lly AcoM-latrd irr.I I i I The close personal friends of I, city manager of KanraCity. : j I serving an eight-year term. It i j i i KEY WESTERS ARE BEING lilt .txtorlalrd .',...)

WASHINGTON, April 17.-| SERVICE DEPART. It has been almost two }'eaUsince was her identification that clinch. AND CAROLINE STREETS:': OFFERED WASHINGTON
EXCELLENT
: General 1 Hugh Johnsoa declare I OPPORTUNITY April 17.-
'1 the them the
How far the self-described "spare!F I she hastily completed bath ed case against -it I I
i I i MENT OF FERA :I privately they haven't the slightest -, a trial in December, 1933. !I LAST EVENING I Administration leader in the
in her home at the behest
i of
tire of the government" intends j j! J JI rough "I hold no personal hard feelings !
doubt that he mends to make I I voices she thought house didn't make an unconditional -
i oelonged to against them and I am sure, I -
to go in his I latest bid for a great-1 I I
I Mrs. Grace Crosby of Miami: a bid for the United States'aenat.fl. pranksters. There was no joke today that they do not hold hard!1 Arrest by city police officers]i M. f:. Gilfond. acting FEUA: ad.. surrender when they agreedto
.r share in the business of legislation 'has arrived in Key West to teach I about it. The rough voices were feelings against me. 'in Oklahoma '' an attempt to "CAC"tbe
is a question only "Cactus j I the:i stenography classes in adult 1,1", 1936..H those of her kidnapers. iI i ij i "That's what makes the'situa.|I four youths: last night revealed aj;i mini trl\tor in Key \ West, this

,1 i education being, conducted by the'* He hasn'tsaid anything tttto> I j I In Jefferson City less than a tion all the worse. I have: nightmares .|| robbery which had been commit-, I membership of that body on
I morning .voiced the thought that
Jack" Garner himself can ans-4, social; service department of the them about it. even refuses to dis.'I ) -1 j month st'paratf'sValter II.t< McGee about those men and the I ted earlier in the evening, and; I the social security bill.!
wer. I i Key West Administration. She 1 from the gallows where he will fates they brought- themselves.' four boxes of extracts I5tolen'fron"- Kej Westers are'now being offer.
i j'I succeeds Mxs. Virginia Bunneyvho cuss it with them, but' they 'are! atone for his part in the' kidnaping I was a part of the < drama that the Redo building at Caroline 1 They kept concealed up their

Garner so characterized: the convinced nevertheless.- || -unless, the Missouri ed a great and shoulij]
,,,\ has returned to Jackson supreme fixed their destiny. i|I and Duval streets. :; opportunity sleeves a trick which may coma

vice presidency when he took it ville. i I They say the' general ha*, rca-j court grants. ... rehearing on hii A Throagh'Window I :!i I The ''first arrest:; was effected take advantage of the National
in
j: Other classes! in adult education soned the situation in Oklahoma j conviction. :Should- that fail only I But apparently it was not by Patrolman Bienvenido Perez;, handy Jater on.

over at the beginning of the pre .:|: are to be started as soon as there. is ideal for him. Senator Gore I, commutation by Gov. Guy B. Park "their destiny" alone that had who after a long chase captured, Housing Act. The social security bill went

ent administration. i|j i is sufficient enrollment, Mrs.: j can ave him from dying May 10. been influenced. In January,'' one of the youths and took him to
will be up for reelection in 193C.J lie i.s of the opinion that before the house
Had Nervous i a absolutely without
Breakdown
!: Nina Ryder Johnson director of' j 1934, Miss McKlroy went to Cali- the city jail.Immediately. f j I
There are few observers in social service here announcedthis : The blind senator has been among; Mary McElroy has had several fornia for nine weeks. In April,'1 the night force, great many people here thould i benefit of restrictive rules It

Washington however, after morning, while discussing the. the severest critics of "new deal"i I, nervous breakdowns. Two follow. after her return, an unidentified consisting of Officers Perez,i' take of I
advantage the
watching the activity of the ,,. change in teaching personnel. i )ohc. So Time and again he has i ed trials in which her testimony person sent a bullet through a:i lIne (;wynn, Franklyn Arenberg, longtermmodernization protect it. Any one of the 435:

ruddy-faced Texan for the last:' Mrs. Crosby has taught in private -' lashed out at the administration.' convicted ezptors.: During one front window of the McElroy William Collins and Call Officer, loans being offered representatives is free to attempt

two who will that schools in different parts of' lie has likened the Uankhead' breakdown early this year, she disappeared home. No one within was harmed:j S. Owen Sawyer, started the 1 by the government and make to
years agree: amend it in h,
I i.! the country and lat summer took cotton production control act to a!t ) from home without no- The following summer Judge search for the others. They were| any way
Garner is a "spare tire." Cer-1 boa constrictor which tice and 11 hours later was found McElroy and his arrangements to build new homesor chooses But-
a special course in Chicago where :squeezes: daughter made, joined in the hunt by Captain

tainly his announcement to the she received honors in speed in I the life out of the Americani on a bus at Normal, III. a five-week tour of Europe. She' Everett Itivas and Constable Ray: modernize those they now own. The house has
senate that in the future he expects '' dictation and transcription. j i i farmers. lie has assailed NUA: She wired Judge McElroy: "Sor- said she had a ranfl time." j Elwood.It I a way of considering
Calling attention of The Citizento a measure in what it
to "exercise some discretionin Because there have been so the administration's monetary I j ry, but am so frightened. ion'tknow Questioned as to the reason for; was but a short time before'! chooses
to
the matter of selecting conferees many requests the social service' policies-in fact' just about cvery-l:j what I'm doin::." making her strange journey to;;> the other three were apprehended':' the fact that during the past of the Whole call house"The on Committee the Stateof /

when the senate authorizes; department plans to start clashes' thing.; in sixth grade work in the near'I His vote to sustain the Pro-! Ihy plane. At the airport she was "To get, away. Not to have to'' they were taken to the county: in Key West than rSxild be the :
him to make the appoinmcnts" task of
; 'still accepting or rc
belies such a title. j jHe future. These classes will be offered -! dent in reduction of veterans';' the "game kid. She told her see people and' face people who bastile where three of them are accommodated Mr. Gilfond said jetting a piece of legislation.; .
both white and colored persons -!i benefits in the last congress i is one; fathcn her flight had been "okey- know me as the city manager's being held for preliminary hear,
is the first vicv that "The Committee the!
president toj; duke" there were a number of !bouses of Whole
;Mrs. Johnson said. Mrs\ '| outstanding instance where he Then she collapsed in !his laughter and the girl who was' ing.,
discover that the rules the House" is
: of senate something entfr 'I'!
which
him to do more! Mary Day, who is teaching thecitizf.'mhil has gone along with the ad-,( ai ms.i kidnaped by a man who faces a! Those being held in jail arc were known to the local different from the house of .
empower ] rep
) classes in the Key West ministration. j i: Her effort. to minimize her death :;sentence and by two other Jose Avila and Phillip Avila, of, FERA housing division which I resentatives
than the duty imposed his; I itself.
office by the Constitution upon| -pre'idc High School!, will teach the advanced Oklahoma Like Color i j'j l kidnaping, have 1 been apparent' men sentenced to prison. I I 1208 Simonton street and Evelio I| needed but little additional work Safe For Congressmen
white Grace Gore will be seeking reelectionin from the first. Restored: to her "Did feel Qucfada, of HOK Duval street.!
pupils. you ever as if
JD.Ijust to transform them into fine In The
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> over sessions of the senate apart., "ConimitUe" a roll cal!
cios will teach the colored l'a1a-1 I a presidential; year when em-i I home after being held, one arm :; conldn't! stand it a minute'longeran' The other culprit Armando Bi-! ,
and.! vote. i in cases of a tie. j ( me ts. . ......' vt-te is nev: aken. ControvrRial -
t dents "w-ho'lah%: advanced phasis will be laid on support Know Parliamentary Law | Any persons wanting to take:i: Roosevelt: and Rooseveltian polilI I,, of a house near Shawnee Kan., go somewhere"aplearane .Ji-I' his father because of the serIous: With the asrurance that )have I sections of uckptciior
Insiders credit the conference I i rejected either by an "aye or
deadlock on the work-relief bill''the' advanced! work should enrollat I I cies. An avowed supporter of the -- - .-- illness of his mother. Phillip Avila;| been given of a much larger tourist no" vote, a division or a' tcllrr
of'the the citizenship classes which administration running against is 15 years old and the other' season next winter and the
for Garner' move. Four out |' are now in progress. Enrollmentfor I'i him might cause a lot of trouble.'I*I AMERICANS' IDEAS OF three air 16 each. lack of such accommodations for vote.The
five senate conferees on this i MANAGEMENT point is that a con I rover
the white classes will be on General Johnson, say his Captain Kivas: : toll The Citizen1' many of those tourists and visitors
sial
measure were opposed to the bill. section of a bill may be killedin 1
j Monday. and friends believes he i is the man. I that the had acknowledged! ; who the he
Wednesday, Friday boys came: season just past the
It was to prevent a possible reCurrence I "committee" without anyone
of this sort of thing. i; nights/ at 7 o'clock at the high' Johnson's colorful lerson1tlitymight BUILDS UP INTERNATIONALBANK i their guilt. }I i.s: confident that monies spent in on the outside-particularly
school while colored persons can' be greatly in his favor in) _ making these changes will be well
Garn'r'to one's constituents-
they which prompted ; '--knowing who
say
announce the course he intended !I enroll the same evening at 6:30 Oklahoma. The state which has] I 115T--1; : ;;;; ;"., I If ENUMERATOR OF invested and will bring satisfactory voted for or a aint.Aplfyin .
I p. nat the Douglass) : School. I I given, preferred political status to! By ALEXANDER H. UHLBASKL. i returns
to pursue in the future j f 1 of reparations throughthe ;; thin to the social se
its Jack Wftltons its "AlfalfaHill" Asked whtt the J'
It strikes deeper than that, : : Switzerland. April 17. were prospects rurity bill, consider what may
however. j JAILER ROBERTS Mlirrays and its Henry]j, -Five j ears' American manatreIment -I treaty of Lausanne. For a'time CENSUS STARTS t for the immediate future in Key happen.

For more than 30 years Garner (.! Johnstons might do the same for:;; of the world's most' unusual the blunt question of \\'heth.I -. Wet: an-J: the pkn of the admin The Townsend' old-age pension

has: been a student of tlc rulesl 1 1 ; Hugh Johnson. Oklahomans likecolor :;;financial institution. the Dank <*ori I I er the bunk would) survive was I ON ACTIVITIES istration, the assistant administretor plan the Lundeen;! bill and other:

of both house and senate. In that ASSISTSELWOOD,;; in their political figures and i i I Intel national Settlements, ends in I I! discusml, but the policy' of ex-: raid t'at there were many substitutes: all anathema to the
the general has it in large quantities. with the I ; .plans in the making and many pro
time ho has become a lariiamontanan May registration of Leon :\'tending its activities to other administration will be offered
of recognized authority,} In the write-upappearing in'' i iI "j: B. Fraser of New York. |! i jects being:; outlined, but all of and debated. The question 01;
fields carried it i iI ij '
Hur' vs. Johnson I Those : through.In MILLARD GIBSON NAMES AS. these depended on Washington.
the whole
and a keen analyst of inter and [ yesterday's issue of The Citizen !!I I years represent! ;I whether they arc to be acceptedor
intra party political situations. I i relative to a colored girl! snatching !|: If Johnson should.! attempt to!; history of the bank. for Gates W.I j j I May 1931: the bank reached SISTANTS FOR WORK EX-' \V'o are anxiously awaitingnews rejected will he decided in tir"Committee

The result was that he ilis-I| a pocketbook from Mrs. W. n.) 'joust! Gore in the primary and MUC.,|I McGarrah of New York was electj i j jits peak, its assets: totaling; 2,126-: ; I from the capital and when \ of the Whole IIou.c":

covered in the senate : coed, the Oklahoma senatorial'''ed its first president served threeyears ; PECTS TO SHOW LARGE that comes we will 'know exactlythe either all
leadershipt'Cash at he'r home on Duval ftreet, :!: I( ooo.ono) Swiss francs, equivalent1 by one or probably
1 contest in 1936> might steal the and. when he retired Fra.= status of the adatilnistration'spossibilities metho'J
authority for active participation it'a'l er : three of the above stated :
stated that Joe :
Kemp as- j to $6.KKH,240.000.) ( Its low point ACTUAL POPULATION
!! whole show. became its head. I in Key West, and will
in legislation i which no preceding:; si: vice president ever sought to wood in capturing the girl and ie-! Gossip has it that Patrick J.liurley During the presidency of th..sei[ was reached January, :31..: 1935! be in a position to make'definitestatements I I ,AWayOut

exercise. j I covering the stolen |j secretary: of war in the'|. two Americans, the world's financial -!,, when the assets sank to 0. 7,726 -:' : as to what will be A Representative, for example,

Was Leader As Speaker J This :was an error money., however, ,'Hoover administration,, is flirting! structure has suffered; 1 terrific I}! 167' Swiss francs'\ ', or' $206",623'i Milhiril\ Gibbon, "\\ho\ was 'last done." ' ' F.1 paY be opposed to the Towuuend:

"Cactus Jack" went to the vice1 I' Leon Roberts jiiilwr: ,.was as with the idea .of., making!, ; a senate,'''strains, but the bank has come '' \ "", ' !i F week1 ppolnt 'dl' y: the l .'legislature. Mr. andiMrs.); Gilfond left en I' ,plan in principle, yet such pre

presidency from the speakership.j the in county 'tith., i.. bid himself, i in, lp3C! as a republi-j I through with flying colors and i;:; 278''F'|; -, as official l. ctcsus I:ehurtierator in the
where he had in one session! of ,chief one, and who company helped in! .oLt1in-'thej I can. The blind senator! and the.ifctill)) paying'its regular six 'perl I i I Most of.:Ihe.loss.was.due: ,,to, the Monroe\ : uttT, told, The Citizen:!: "n'o'oBifH< Havana the administraiVor.having on him from the folks bark homo

congress opportunity to put all; jog a confession from, the.. irI,1*'Debonair I : former cabinet member j j'ihave :i r cent dividend' "I j i j.abandonment of the gold standard' lhatl been warm personal friends the-United the reiHirfs df thc' Cen u 'win kh'ow\ _ito spend a brief 'vaCation 'in,
his parliamentary and political following/ which the monev'waqreeF: Spreads UnderstandingIn ,' by Great Britain dint | *to support it .
experience into play. Ai Speaker covered and returned to'its ownier. for years, I that period also the functiofJ[ States large Kumu.in their currencies a larger actual population' th. 'fi. ii, Cuba.; They expect1 to-> return to i He can vote against it in the
With Gore elintinated. suri'dsed. West not later than Monday '
however
generally Key
theThole" and
Garner wielded more power than, "Committee of
I of the bank has developed greatly. from
withdrawn
Hurley himself admits that it i havinc been Those' who working in ih of next week.MORESPONGES.
are ?
any man to hold that position' Others taking! part in the chase Originally! concerned as an aux :! no one will be the wiser. If th would be a different story. Personally the bank. city are: Wilbur Piodela, - --
proper voted down
"Uncle Joe" Cannon Townsend plan is
Miict priorto and capture of the girl were iliary to the mechanism of
his fall in, 1909. i Patrolman S. Owen Sawyer and he would like nothing, better ment of war reparations, the bank laY-1 I ---- -- 'Precincts 1 and 2; Winfield Russell. j then. that's all there is to it, for

As Speaker, he was the actualif Special I'oliceViIl P. Roberts it than to lock horns with Hugh has turned to central bank collaboration CERTIFICATE : Precinct 3; George Curry, it won't be reported to the hot!

not the titular democratic is stated. Johnson in a senatorial contest as a far more important i: Precinct 4; Phillip R. Clements If it prevails he will have :an
leader. anti probably could be persuadedto i Precinct 5; Leo Lopez. Precinct 4 6; SOLDATDOCK opportunity to record himself
Job
Then came his shift to the other HEAD OF SPONGECONCERN do so.With As a result, there is no doubt I, SALES DEFERRED Miss Salome Chili and Nestor Her I one way or the other later.

side of the capitol where he the proteges of both i' that the constant contact of gov-j j nandez Precinct 7. : The house bosses make no secret -
i .
Roosevelt and Hooverrunning, It has not been definitely decided -
of the fact they banking
him.self are
hunt! merely a parliamentarian i ernors of the world's great central *i PRODUCTS DISPOSED OF
deprived of) a sharein ARRIVES against each other the 1936 Okh.: bapks has established in all COUNTY CLERK RECEIVES INSTRUCTIONS who is to take the census on heavily on this parliamentary

both debate and strategy. It honia senatorial race would take'on capitals a much better understand-' the Florida Keys. Mr. Gibson has AMOUNT TO ABOUT NINE I situation to keen the social Pe

was an unusually distasteful H. G. Cohen. treasurer of theAmerican national significance. 1 i I ing of the difficulties of-other na-|! RELATIVE ': appointed v.ith the understanding deputies in that that rection if ; HUNDRED DOLLARS runty 'bill rather more or would]less intact

position for a man like Garner. tions than existed before the B. |! They much have
:
Sponge and Chamois I[ TO PROCEDURE : they were not able to handle the : I the rule invoked' Lift
However since March 4. 1933 BIRDS GUARD NESTS 11. S. was set {I had "gag", ,
of New York. up.
he has silently almost invisibly company is a visi- ; In this development both Mc I'I !|t matter, to appoint others whose I[since that seemed impossible! they
tor in Key West arriving the IN HATCHING SEASON I the
on j Another sale of on
worked himself into the leadership have ; reliability is unquestionable. J sponges i were forced to accept the best
Garrah and Fraser played
of the administration forceson Steamship Cuba from Havana.Mr. I I! County Clerk Rosa C. Sawyer In the Cape Sable section the'' municipal sponge wharf was held they could geLf
vital As the first {
early as
capitol hill to a remarkable : Cohen comes on one of his ills, AmMirUtrd p,.... parts. McGarrah :I has been officially notified from:' lists will be made up by City Auditor ,i.-J.this morning with but a few lotssold f
of its founding, '
regular:; ,'i"it< to confer with Leon WASHINGTON, April 17,- year Willard Albnry who is now amounting in revenue to
degree. said Tallahassee that there will be no \'WORK OR PAY' EDICT
Carey buyer: and representative! P irds which take turns sitting on, : S I enjoying a cruise in that localityand aboiit .$900. The largest l jot was

Today does not Washington know, definitely stiZOVft'h.hut of the company in Key West! and their eggs while the other parent| Banker Turns Prophet II i further sales of tax certificates: took along the necessary 150 bunches of wool purchasedby f IN POLAND'S PROGRAM

that he is a more influential adviser ';to look over the sponge market "goes'! out to lunch" are described i "To estimate the direction of r until after the first Monday in blanks to be used in taking the] a local concern for J541. i

at the White House on. here... by Dr.) Waldo L. Schmitt, biologist] our future growth is difficult. i July.In. census i After The Citizen vent to' preSl''!,I ell,. Awu Ulrrf Pre...)

congressional: than -....- .-.....-..... .-. .-.-. .-..-. of the Smithsonian Institution just One conclusion is clear: that i isj 1 I a letter to the clerk from J. These blanks carry but a few yesterday1 wlth'tne sCory. "Of Bponge 1 I WARSAW, April 17.-Po.

or ;the other administration!strategy leader any TO SUBSCRIBERS :; back from an expedition to the, the increasing interest in the institution I M. Lee. state comptroller, a copy' questions which any person should: j sales amounting: to $3,316.28;:; Ia04: is compelling citizens

.' Pacific. i i as evidenced by the of a bill which was recently passed be willing. to answer said Mr. Gibson ; another lot was purchased for; who refuse jobs on public
on capitot! hill. *t
'1
j i These birds are a type of cormorant number of visits from leading r by the legislature: and signedby as there is nothing personal'nor $150. making the tctal sales $V I works to pay an equivalent In
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If you do not receive your which live on the "bird i is-;\ bankers and economists from all Governor Sholtz on April 12. anything asked which could 496.28. I I 'cash.

FERRY ARRIVES paper by 6:15 o'clock in the !! lands" off Peru. During, their'[ parts of the world. I' was enclosed. be considered offensive. I This lot was one which had Parliament atrproved a bill

afternoon, call telephone 51 ]: hatching season the nest is nevt'rl!' "Basel l is becoming an inter II The bill provides: Section 1-i I The questions on the blanks are: been offered for sale. The owner I permitting rural and city com

and a paper will be sent to i, left unguarded. The male and national center for practical i No clerk of the circuit court shall)) dwelling place age sex, race. relation refused the price offered, but:' inanities to force residents to

WITHFREIGHT; your home. A complaint! boy female take turns sitting on the; study of world monetary and t Fell any tax sale certificates now to family. place of birth;j later a sale was consummated help build roads construct

is on duty at this office from eggs. I credit problems. We believe that i held or owned by the state of Florida -I degree of education. owner or: and the above price accepted. .schools plant forests improve '.

6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the j Early in the morning a -'?emj the bank's field will expand because ;, until after the first Monday : renter and occupation. I the soil and : on, allof

Ferry Palma arrived yesterday purpose of delivering comfUintt. j ingly endless stream of birds, of the needs made mani- I in July 1935. I i Mr. Gibson sincerely hopes thati; "LO p OF MISERY" which ha loa g been Beg

afternoon from Havana with one' Help us gIve you 100 literally! blackening the sky. flies! fest." 1. Section 2-This act shall be in these questions will be readily answered 1 leeUd.Comtaunitjr.

car: of sugar one tanka e. one' percent service by ealing 51 i'out to sea. They are the "night I That evolution from its original -: full force and effect from and by the people of Key West 1 ST. LOUIS.-Mrs. Edith V.'I councils will

car of pineapples 426 crates; 'J>(6 | if you do not receive The Citi- J'' shift," just relieved from sitting:;! ] mission of being the agent after it shall become a law. and .all, assistance given the enumerators -.Ladry of this city declared in her decide how many days eath 1

facks of mail. 21 miscellaneous! : en. J'I on the nests, winging their way! for handling Germany's war payments : Approved 12th day of April.A. which will facilitate their divorce suit that her wedding ring 'I' year eitixe will have to devote :

cars and two passengers. j ...CS...S SSSS.5555 55 5 A* out to feed. 1. was speeded by the dis- D. 1935. t work and add to its thoroughness. I was a IOlo p of mfcery." to these projects.

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_. THE KEY WH3T C"'n'j ZEH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. 19.151.
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v:If {\t i 1 tsC\ l.r.f. I TRADING AT HOME "' e ... ..... .. .. ."... .. .. .." fS I Ii the arangements and worked Indefatigably -1 ..................a.....

- ..._-_. -_... .. 1 Sets Record ; Key West Tests KEY WEST IN for its success, i
l'uiluihr. Klfept Sunday HyI -
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: THIS nTI7.l: 1'I'fI.1S111\G f'.s_ uc. I 1 Monthly thousands of dollars go out '................................................. DAYS GONE BY I i Theodore Roosevelt Pell, while Today'sAnniversaries'!
I*. AHT11A1'rtaII.t.. of Key West to pay for goods ordered from In I the city recently purchased I j ,

ProM The Citizen liullding I; mail order houses. The figures are ap- J Happenings Here Juet 10 Yean I through the Ladd company, the I I II.I................ a......
CJreen and Ann Street
Corner it I Ago Today As Taken From i business !
site on Duval street own-I 1741 Samuel
---- palling for a community of this size. Muchof Chase, Maryland
I The Files Of The Citizen ed by Joe I'earlman and at
ly Daily J iewttpaper In Key Wellnnd Monroe. the that leaves the could be I pre Revolutionary leader signer of the
city
money
County. ent occupied by Frank Lewin ky. I Declaration of Independence, Justice -
'I held here if the merchants advertised It is estimated that $100,000
of the U. S. Supreme Court
u.alotr(1 at Ky Weat.Florida, &. second class matter One of the largest banking
their goods adequately, and this cannot be firms in the United States having||j I weekly is coming to Key West I. born in Somerset Co., :Mu. Died
riFTMTII 1UAIIMrmbrr j from northern points.I .
I done by inserting a few inches once a connections with 5,600 banks, has!I June 19, UH I.I .
of the A....orlalrd. I'm I IvY I
decided to use the cut of Key I ----
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week. This ".
., Associated Press I is exclusively enlitUdlto 11118 method produces a psychologyof I Editorial Comment: "Footprints 9'"
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dispatclita credited to In. I West with the slogan "It's summer i' :iutr-=William G: Simim,
I'Ubticatiou of ail news ,
r. . .. cheapness in the minds of the on the sands: of times are very
,. -t otherwise crtdit.din this paper and alu I prospective all winter in Key West? on' Southern nO'elist'and historian
, in..tl l news published. l.t-rix. '' I purchasers, and reacts unfavor- all of the envelopes sent out by glorious, but the footprints made bditf an Charleston S./c. Died
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..I. I ably both to seller and buyer. the firm. Walter 1'. Burns presi. by the kids in:the !newly planted t!tl efe. June 11, 187 NATIONAL I .CCITORIALASSOCIATION dent of the concernired, the vegetable patch,4suaes, more ccmi -
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U : i&;..' About $25,000 rolls into this city chamber of commerce yesterday motion in the neighborhood. '. 'I]tl : -
C/rLcm.1ieA.; I 9.3 5 : j I ; I; Susan Fenimore Cooper,
Weekly, mostly through government > pOYp t I asking for one of the designs EO associate her
of father the
9: : great
ItCHSVIZIl'TltJS ItAT :S : r that arrangements can be made]j i The British Schooner Majestic
and that is
nO' \'. ar ___........ ... ..........__........___S100S agencies, ample funds to keep :I immediately for of the designon i II. Captain Yates, arrived in port novelist author and philanthropist
. ",1..MIJ.S ..__._ ._ ._."" ._.._:___.__._ 5.0' this place in a healthy economical condi- use born at Scarsdale, N. Y. Died)i
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,hr** Month _._._.__.._... .... ........._________ 2.5ft \,'sEri the firm's stationery. !| this morning from Cape Gracia Dec. :31 1891.
f>ne Month ____.__..._._._-- ,. .81) tion. Once there is concerted action in I J with a load of turtle for the Key !!! ,
Meekly ... .%1 I I _
buying in Key West the results I | West Turtle Canning company j
quicklywill
Jill'I Rainfalls during the four I __ II III
AI>\ IItT7'1\G HATKS. I past I 1835;)-((100 years ago) Jonas
Made known on application.M'Kflll. be apparent. 4 \ I days have been of great benefitto 'I < Mills Bundy, Union soldier, New
------ FhipmenU of pineapples in curs [
;; wTllb' : There are too in :: : the municipal golf links and today : York City editor and journalist
'I rrndlne! notices, cards of thanks resolutions of many people living I It I are increasing. Last; night the ferry :j I ,
: itutriioti< ,*, titwill be charged fur at II I they are covered with a velvetof fighter again Tammany, associ! ,
. Key West who laugh at the idea that it is II from Havana arrived with seven
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r :9 cents a line. 1 rt'en. Not only the but
greens ate of presidents, }born at Cole-
carloads and the said that I'I
captain t tI
's for tntrrtnlnmfnf hy churchei from whichi
; best; to buy at home. They take the posi- I the fairways are now beautiful I 1 I
.i .' .-. t.. !I.. tlciiv.-J are 5 ct-nts a line. .; the succeeding shipments would be' brook N. 11. Died abroad, Sept I
< 'ua.-n :II N itn open| torum and Invites discus tion that it does not matter where they stretches of grass. For the first; larger the of the 8. 1801.
as agents ship-
II ,'"hiIc! -I..y and KubJ ctc of local or ventral i
time since the
"i.. l I'llt it will not. f'uloHsh! anonymous communi. spend! their money if they get their the the rain has fallen -
: : 'epresentative of the American Automobile Association contest board in on greens immediate increases in the number
money's worth. They subscribe to the 1837-John Pierpont Morgan,
---- ---- -- ecording the interior temperatures reached by the General Motors cars in a sufficient quantity to be
of
.. doctrine that the only obligation they owe having the solid steel "turret top" Fisher body after exposure to the tropi- effective and also the first time ; cars. i.: leading American banker-financier
IMFTlOVrMENTS: FOR KEY WEST :al Key West sun. Mercury thermometers, calibrated by the U. S. Bureau the clay has been given a chanceto of his generation, patron of arts
the home town is to get what they can out )f Standards were employed in the tests, which showed that the ".turretop" manifest its absorbent quality. Work of oiling many of the sand; letters father of the present \
ADVOCATED BY TilE CITIZEN of it. : Chevrolet Pontiac, Oldsmoboile and LaSalle I streets of the city is progressing I'
models are less affectedby This is what Harry Hampton j Morgan born at Hartford, Conn.
. .,! ').:... ." .. atmospheric conditions than others. ?pro :under the supervision of, Engineer Died March( :31. 1913.1812Charles .
Our idea of at homo does not the said time ,:
trading at ,
course some!
'" I (IS '" 1.---..::..._ ago },B.- C. Moreno anti W,. A. Cooper, :!t: \
I. Watrr anti Sewerage I ,,!.a ..11 ,.... I include l .buying) !goods from merchants who : n "Given the proper amount of.a- ,i!!.foreman. After the streets, are

2. 11_, to eomplet4"load'fn! ... ..:. ..'Main- 'I, attempt exorbitant. profits. It does: not I i ME DON PICKS: KEY WEST TO MAKE ter.is the rich clay and will productive soon show'and thatit the')i I! the oiled finish a ,layer, of sand! i is used. I' for., militant New York H.Presbyterian Parkhurst, t\
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tand. : fie'ccMfthte the acceptance of worn, dirty grass will l be beautiful. clergyman born at Framingham.,

3. Free Port. I.4 ,1 I-,, +!utiaf' '.,.-' < 41 Itl r* fJ 'bedraggled goods from old time merchants I TESTS OF AUTOS.WITH FISHER BODIESKaye I j S I .Mrs.S/ Julia I E.--rritchard..agQ)4I (65 Mass. Died Sept. 8, 1933.

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who think that it i is up to the com- The card party: given last nightat 1 years, died at her home, 727'Southard '
4. Hotels and .Apartments.;. the American Legion Clubhouseas street this morning. 1851-Anna Garlin Spencer
munity to keep them in )business. It only
5. Pavilion.C. I Hon noted British sportsman The longer period require'! for a benefit for the American Mission : Funeral services will be held Sunday clergyman professor and wri.'l
: : Bathing =
the local merchant chance suffragist and pacifist, born at
giving
means a !' to Lepers'!, was very successful afternoon from the Lopez
Land and and aide, tanley L. Heed, the heat of the tropical sun to
Airports- Sea Attleboro. Mass. Died in New
and then if reasonably from point of view. Much to Fleming Street Methodist
to buy he can meet technical representative of the 1 every J chapel -
7. Consolidation of County and City other competition. I American Automobile! Association :i penetrate the solid steel "turret credit for the success'! of the affair i church where the services will York, Feb. 12, 1931.I '

Governments.THE board 1 to,," is attributed by K. G J. Simpson is due Mrs. Norl>erg Thompson,) be conducted by Rev. William E;
contest \\ere in Key West
The local merchants, on their side, recently for the purpose of making : chief experimental' engineer Mrs. M. K. Gwynne. Mrs.\ George Bryant. I I j I 1852-Adrian C. ("Pop") At?
have duties I I Brown and Miss Etta Paltt'J'IIon.and I 1 son. -noted baseball born
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- others who were in charge of Subscribe to The Citizen. in Iowa. Died Apr. 14, 1922. ,
idea. They must keep the buyer informedas cars having solid steel "turret \: Motors Corporation. to threeI j

KEY: WEST CITIZEN to what they have to sell. They must top" Fisher bodies The tests were I things. .-- --.--- -.-.-----
made after exposure to the trop i j First; he cites the fact that the -
stock new goods. They must be
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accommodating
ical sun. It is shown that steel
I highly poli-hed surface of the
WILL always seek the truth and print i it and render real service to the ,| properly insulated is as: resistantto I I steel deflects, rather than absorbs, Boodwinliect

without fear and without favor; never be purchaser. They must refuse to push heat and cold as it is to physical t I I the sun's rays; second, that theI be

-. afraid to attack wrong, or to applaud right; shoddy goods or to sell to a customer 'I shock. The results were I heat which is absorbed spreads
hown in a series of tests! conducted j throughout the metal and is not pout
always fight for progress; never be the organ something that is apt to be unprofitable.They with the four Ceneral: Motors concentrated in one spot; and. I. ACCEPI'lNGby

} or the mouthpiece of any person, clique must invite people to their stores, cr.rs having the new Fisher "tur- third that the 1in'h layer: of''
get top"} body.A j checked and corrugated felt' To net the original Davis 100% P.r* Paint
faction or class; always do its utmost for the and inform prospective customers what to-I Besure to
11135; Chevrolet, a Pontiac i gether with the dead air space MADE IN BALTIMORE. MDt PAID ,
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r. ''Mic welfare; never tolerate corruption or I they have to offer and give their prices in an Oldsmobile<< and a LaSalle were tween it and the headlining, serves I look for.Davis 100% Pure Paint hu ofun.bt. lUSt.

ir-j:;dice; denounce vice and praise virtue; I their advertisements. When prices are employed as a means of demonstrating Ito II| prevent. such heat from passing e nvay . this Label. imitated,but never d......... 'saa.a..w MAtrw /
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: under actual operating down into the: I < Davis 100% Pare Paint conform with, -==
commend good done by individual or organ- not given the customer thinks he is being j car. : r
conditions what had Leen provedin I "The teats conclusively : all pure paint Laws and it the only paint? :!::.--
. igtalion; tolerant of-otb.es' rights, views and I gypped. In short, they must maintain at the laboratory, that cars havingthe that the one-piece prove seamless steel Ipsp that Carrie, a guarantee of purity. ==_

01!,:nions! ; print only news that will elevate all times, the confidence of the com- onepieceseamless steel roof roof of the Fisher 'turret top' PAINT"IiJok for this Guarantee on the Label* '-M '

and not contaminate the reader; never com munity. developed by Fisher Body are less body, not only deflects heat but Ii= V W I
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affected by temperature changes that W b.ve OB wwb any otter as MuMthct nr r*4 ns.a n- T s.oers.AG
promise with principle.! I The average citizen should, we takeit than others according to the engineers ; sorbed diffuses; over the the amount entire surface is ab-I HU product. *.tr. a.J* by .s in .1.I IfttaltfiAfd _ate sal oU ..kr_fh 0...... ml I,...

have pleasure in increasing the total in charge of the trials. the car top." :Mr. Simpson; THEHRDAVlSCft >**> BALTIMOBEMU

volume of local business. Out of this sum The contest board of the American dares. "The third important point
G. C. ROBERTS
I Corner Caroline and, William Streets
Mi:placed (stomachs are displacing: ap- Automobile Association under is the insulation chosen after experimentation I
i i.. taken the prosperity of all of us. The
r, .. ; <.lib as a fashionable malady. whose sanction and supervision with many different
larger it is the bigger the average share. the tests "ere made has certified types I -- ... ..--...
: livery citizen that spends his dollars at to the accuracy of the find "The 'turret top' is an impervious -
la1always makes sound irwcstf1 ings and the fact that the cars they conditions it rlllillllll.l':
to
.'" He has a guitar and now has- home helps that much in making the busi- were standard models in every re( i.s i possible; wet to;: make the! roof of as an I .........-.-..-..-.......................-............... ..............
ueis .
of the community bigger He helps I
spect. automobile body, which is why a
n.. 'd a- harmonica.A the town expand put on new growth and I Mercury thermometers that have cars equipped with it are coolerin

been calibrated by the U. S. Bureau summer and warmer in winter.
support new enterprises. of Standards were used to Even the most casual observer f Clean Paint i iJ
city is known by its newspapers.: Up Up)
record the interior temperatures must have noticed in the last few --
I' I''t The Citizen in its efforts to present a LANGUAGE OF NEW ENGLAND reached in the test cars, which months that snow remained on I

1 !Key West front. -- were placed in an open field with these new roofs longer thsn on ..
the doors, windows and ventilators others. The reason is that with
:Massachusetts has long listened to tightly closed. 'turret top( one is not heating' all Fix i

Why be so foolish as to look a gift the voice of experience, and it is in a The thermometers were suspended outdoors." J Up .
in the approximate centerof Another fact disclosed the
'I..t.) in the month. You've by
t got Jho nag, language peculiar of New England that
about the level of I hepassenger' the
: I each car tests was that the UrI having
I I h. :'n do the kicking the Dartmouth (Mass) News says: "The head, and in such a new "turret top",body by Fisher : In The 2

cynical, practical hard-headed New Eng.lmd manner that the readings could betaken cool off mere 1'epidly'tha1"others t :
TifHos-Union from outside. Surface temperatures once the windows anI!- nti1atoril a e : .... .
The heads a short farmer used \yrestling his: own *"
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: of the top materials are opened.( "''Using a f'tO' -\Vatch.th :
\. m fipt, this par( 'rt'\\Tttt'i l ire.. \livLi,M'truA: i' 1 his own piece of rocky land, is were obtained ''iy means of thermocouples A. A. A observer.! tool\'read- i: 'Better Housing'Program. .
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V t t Citizen1 Sfiorts.!' ThaYs otic thingTh 1 not in cahoofo' with this seemingly I I lavish and a potentiometer ings every 3tKseco ds! until the,interior .
readings being taken: from the temp; t )ute5 retched nor- .. .. . t lit i/ ..
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c Citizen; does let's hope .with fines:; spending of 'other people's money in : : .C ...J". *. .
I latter through a rotary switch. mal. The "torreV"top"; test car 4
------- what he calls 'a silly red-flannel fashion'. Key W tbe southernmost t'eraief..nearly 20i t
$ ;; dropped a'u .
n'l' "()ne knows that the government To him who well knows how many pen city i in the United i i degrees the first minute.The f I Give Your Property i.S i.

: oin tho taxpayers the money with nies constitute a nickel he sees an enor- States for the, was tests chosen since 'as the the..oIIria.tif site- Chevrolet rapidity.Pontiac with, Oldsmobile which and the

t ,HI, to >arry on its relief program mous waste of funds for what he calls; ;' between the average winter LaSalle cooled off inside is due '

.I r*"' he taxpayers are the real hereof 'darn-fool over-head'. . The average old- and summer temperaturesis largely. Mr. Simpson believes, to S A New DealDon't
only 12 1.2 degrees. The the no-draft ventilation system
:
line yankee fears the heavy taxes hU
; those on the relief and Clio+e"I prac-
island the last in the chainof developed by Fisher Body'and introduced I
I. .,t'm'' i I'fater this relief are just as much : tical head tells him will be necessary to I tn? Florida Keys, is 375 on General Motors cars :

: i the others: Might as well call pay these fantastic seemingly endless miles farther south than two years ago. lie pointed out that :

. '<. u pade. I, debts the government so blithely assumes. Cairo Egypt and is said to the ventipanes literally scoop in 55. 5 .
I be the tropical city though there he
only truly air. even may
He has honest pity and keen understanding 8.
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in the country. only a slight breeze.

When a Key West woman asked I I J for his fellow man in dis- 'I --- ..- --- ------.-----.- -_:. - .. I
'i why certain merchants did not ad- tiess. lie i is the man who should be helped I r--- I :.S

, :anymore the very significant and I I -then help him by all means--hut why. :

,. .t neons renly .WASJ; "There's a reauy i 1 i Ask the old pioneer. Should Federal Arrange a loan at your bank under the Federal : '

: keep ;MichOioddjr.. !foods.; If..:i it j I Dureaui and Commissions attempt toi Your Opportunity .

: .' reason:! !'1.'/ CHiVeW iloVa Hilt !i. guide everything from beans to battle- i Housing Act on easy .monthly ,terms :

th i advertising} nL'a.i': not ill! : ships?" cRow s '
is; the time to modernize your home and .

i I helpt....t\,1\l11J)1/1) ;ttt sort pt I.I, to make such improvements to your property as may S'a.s
1 have 'an WELCOME BYRD AND HIS MEN
obliffa.tinn toour pub.sustain.
.., ( : ". -.. Ilf I he needful or desirable before costs advance too 4 Materials '
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For
I ; I I : '. much. Wait i

. . .. I' \ Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd and i :
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'tarry Invan hyn" 48 voluntarily ret his crew will soon come home from their i See us about thet U. S. Government plan .on. To Advance In Price :

plr'l.t ; !o Sing Sing from which prison he ; second Antarctic expedition and will, no f long term modernization loans. i : i

t 1 I doubt receive the welcome that the
: -on releacd: on parole After ex- ( nation .

!! he could not get along outside reserves for those who accomplish the Enjoy the benefits while you pay. ... ..

f I' readmitted. "Stone walls do not extraordinary.The .
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.. ci! make" anymore* with all the ac- scientific data collected on the I The First National Bank ot Key West .: "Your home: U worthy of the best" :.

r. ''u i(-remoiUs: of civilization for the onmcnt latest trip is said to have proved much .m

A v and convenience of the inmates. n\wc valuable than that of the first expedition Member of the Federal Reserve South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co j :

>uj'h} world convicts find after serve and the explorer will spend some ;

t !r sentences; and are released.; "All time making a study of it. He: seems. to Member of theFederal Deposit Insurance Corp. w: Phone 598 White M* Elba Street \

J !.!forte of home, without the accom- be in good health and is proud of the fact YOUR BANK .. ..

;sijr worries" would be an inviting that he lost no life in the barren wastes of I. .......N....N......................e.......N..N....................a

tin "a slogan.: the frozen regions J :rI.lI.lIIIIII .:

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WEDNESDAY THE KETWEST, CITIZEN PAGET THREF
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SOCIAl lOOP' DIAMONDBALL I!, I r TODAY'S WEATHER ii 11'NICHTTENNIS,

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GAMETOBAY GAMETONIGHT I NOW PLANNED

; SPO'RTS 1BABE'RUTHWINS -. Temperatures I Gentle variable winds and weather

{ Highest ........ .... .......... ....... ..80 partly overcast tonight and Thurs
LIGHTHOUSE' TEN MEETSADMINISTRATION BUSY BEES TO MEET ATHLETICS Lowest .. ._ 70 I' ,BOXING INSTRUCTIONS. ARE

AT BAYVIEW Mean ._:..::.:::::::*::::::::::-..:::.::::.::75 I dare .;# I ALSO.TO BE GIVEN

Normal :Mean ............................7..; (j",1.:
TEAMBy PARK i Rainfall I I I: ,i HERE

Yesterday's' Precipitation .0 Irs. I _
-- Normal Precipitation .... .05 Ins. .. I
..................... ...j j I ( JOVE) (By JOVE) ; .1 M. r.-rol _,er. 24-bvnr 1"1..1 1 1 i I Two new activities have been
: I GARAGE DOWNS j|' rntlimc.. .< s"" uVlork I hi. niurmnic.f \
i I FOLLOWING: i iI This afternoon the Lighthouse There will be a diamondball j!f Tomorrow's Almanac I I II made available. by the recreation

i t! I outfit of the Social Diamomlhali game at Eayview Park tonight j!'! Sun rises ...... .. 0:02: a. n\:I \ department, of the Key West Administration

TILT FOR BRAVES THROUGH i I ADMINISTRATION i tion League aggregation.will play the Admiim+ra- The Busy Bees; will cross bats with 1 i j I i Sun Sbts ...... . .. .. <",::51 P. m. i: ''-. tilt I beginning next week.

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0.:55
Gara the Athletics. !:' :Moon rises p. ni.i ,. : Night tennis can be played at
the >
.I Tomorrow night Moon sets ...._ .. .. ;5:34 a. m. "" .
WURHOMERUNDIZZY : i - "i
(By-JOVE) ,, DIAMONDBALL team plays the Army in the first This i is the last game for the j j'Full moon 18th1:10 pm.. i I Partly Cloudy.r-.. 1 Bayview Park and boxing instructions -

....&.&aaa...........e __ game of a doubleheader, and the A's in the second half, and then I;|i, Tomorrow's Tides I will be offered! at the Navy:

The first half of the Social Dia- II,I Lighthouse crew in the nightcap.The : there i is three games left to b..1! A.M. P.M.: ,I j East Gulf: :Moderate east and :, hall field.

DEAN RECEIVES IN mondball League will come to a RECREATION DEPARTMENT, opening game will begin at : played by the Lopez Funeral Home I. High: ............ .... 7:58: 8:20 'j I I southeast winds. I Tennis devotees can play every

JURIES AS CHICAGO CUBS''' close this week and it has been a UNIT FAILED, TO SHOW UP: 7:45; o'clock.Standing of. the league i ten and Busy Bees. I.i Low............ ...._.. 1 :;)3 1:51 i I night except Sundays.! Reservations -
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tremendous success. The only de- i The Lopez-Bee games will take I!i Barometer at 8 a. m. today: 1 WEATHER CONDITIONS I ba
I W. L. Pet. I i for the courts should
DEFEAT CHAMPION ST.1 renting the withdrawal FOR GAME AND FORFEITED Club- place Friday night :Monday night !I! Sea level 30.00.
part was
I Army ........ ............... 6 1 .SCO if I I made at the recreation depart
night,
of the Florida East Coast ten, who I and Wednesday I
LOUIS CARDINALS !:t I, were unable to have its membersat TILT TO LIGHTHOUSE j iI! Garage; ..... ._......_...._..- 5 2 .715 sar)'. nt'ff's-I I Lowest Highest Ii i Pressure is still !low. over I II meat or b)'. communicating. with
I Administration .......... 4 :3 .570 Peter Varela.
I the. scheduled time. If the Busy Bees win the Station- Last Night Yesterday northeastern sections Boston
on I
games ........ 4 3' .570 'ec-I! I' John Borden, local, fighter, will
Lighthouse: ond half a five-game series Abilene _....... .. <66< 76Atlanta Mass. I'I
I I I 29.42 inches!!:, and rain and
.... _._._. give the instructions, boxing it
i ttiPf".a.. TW (;It....) (By JOVE) Recreation .... 3t .285 I the Funeral ,
Some good contests have'i ( be played between ]I| .... ....... 40 58 have
: very snow continued in the North wfu announced. These instructions -
NEW YORK April 17.-In the I! been played and the members uf; The Social Diamondball League ,| Homers, first-half winners. j Boston: ........-..... SO 44 .j I .
i I I Atlantic I will.be offered without cost
ripening game of the American :! the teams deserve credit for the!i J played one game yesterday, and :[ GAMES TODAY 1 I The batteries for the game to-i Buffalo ............ 30 36 I States! and extreme eastern and: will be available each afternoon -
will be Tynes and Gabriel I i!I ........ 48 CC Lake region. The western! disturbance -
afternoon the night Charleston
League Garage
yesterday way they participated and the],.it was played last night.!; The : I, from, 3:30: o'clock to 5:30
Boston! Red Sox beat the Yankeesin sportsmanship: displayed by all. ten defeated tjhe Administration ; Boston AMERICAN New York.LEAGUE : for the A's. and Ward and XI. Ace- I Chicago ............ 32: :34 i i has moved southeast i I o'clock. The instructions.: wil1.1 ad
I I at :, vedo for the Bakers. ,, Denver .............. 42 68 ward to Oklahoma Oklahoma City, :, tournament
a shut-out contest, with BabeRuth's boys, 9 to 6. j Philadelphia at Washington. .will begin at. 7:45 ... ..... 36 to.an.amateur boxing
The contest :i Detroit .. j. 28! !
1'\ew' The games played so far, with i Detroit. :29.56! inches, attended) by light I planned for May, it was .announced. -
absence from the The Office bunch scored three : Chicago at o'clock.LMGUEJ5TANDINGS. Galveston ..... ._ 70 76 ,
York club being! very conspicuous the results follow: Car-I'.runs' in'''the first Inning on two Cleveland at St. Louis. t i'j, Havana h....... 66. I I rains in portions of the northtrn I I'' .Persons interested! should
Army 6, Administration 3 ; Plains States register -
; and middle Missisj
The 1-0. The Yanks I 1 Huron ........ ... 3* 50 -:
score was age 8, Recreation 7. 10 innings; I'walks!, a' single and two errors. ; NATIONAL LEAGUE j sippi Valley and snow in the : at the recreation department

weakened under the superb pitching 'i;.1 Lighthouse\ 9, F. E. C. 0;"\ forfeit:' I The Truck boys tied the, count in ; Cincyrinatj at ,Pittsburgh., { Jacksonville .>- 50 72 i' Plateau region. There has also for. instructions in boxing
...__ :30> 60 I
of Wesley. Ferrell, with his ed; Lighthouse; 3. Army 5; F E. Cl' the second( (on two singles; a walk ,;i St. 'Lfuf.V, at* Chicago '"/i. \ ; Kansas City 80 been rain during the last 24 hoursin I
KEY WEST 70
0, Garage 9, forfeited Recreation two passed j balls and one error. York oso '' ; 'AMERICAN LEAGUE-
brother Rick Ferrell, on the receiving ; New at 1 n: 'Little .... 54 62 i the north Pacific States. Temperatures -
,,8, Administration 10; Army 5, In thee fifth frame. Adams relieved ,.r .. Club'f\ L. Pet. Rock : .have risen i in the Plain I II
Hl'f'oL-fYI\ Philadelphiay'C .
end of the famous battery.. t: ; Los .. 52 64 I I
Angeles ,
Garage; 4; Lighthouse 9, Administration I Roberts on the mound anti I : # t- t\\ )jBmtoni.. <*. ...1..:: i 0 1.000 ; I States and llisiislippi'a11e\ ), and i
Ferrell held New York to two hits! i; 13; Lgihthouse; 0; Army the boys got to working \>n him :\ Barker- had'a good night for the Cleveland .. ...... 1 0 1.000 .Louisville34: 50 1 reading, are 15 degrees above,:I
: )Miami ...._....... 58 82 RUSSELL'SI
triumphing over Lefty Gomez, the ,1 ; F. E. C. 0, Recreation 9. forfeited right away with the pressure i Office crew. ; New York ... .... 0 1 .000 ;! i normal l in northern Texa.s;, while
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league's leading twirler. ; ; Administration 4, Garage grease gun, and when the grease 1 Score by innings: R. II. E. ''St. Louis ....._ .......... 0 1 .000 I Minneapolis unseasonably, cold weather continues -,
1 13: ; F. E. C. 0, Recreation 9, forfeited 1 I was all out of the gun four runs Garage .. 0300-10011-912 3 Detroit .. .................. 0 0 .000 New Orleans .... 62 76 throughout most; sections
Babe Ruth making a new start .......... I \
; F. E. C. 4. Lighthouse 14; I had been scored two had walked, [ Adm. 300 000 201-6 14 4 : Washington .............. 0 0 .000 New York 30 40 east' of Mississippi: River, with
at the age of 40. knocked a homer Administration!; 8 Recreation 17'1','! three errors were made and ten | Batteries: Jolly and Castro; E. ': Philadelphia ...-......... 0 0 .000 I'ensacola .......... 58 70 readings still below freezing in the 1'' CIGAR STORE
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for the Boston Braves in their : protested! and game awarded II men batted. j j Roberta Adams and Cooper, Bur- i Chicago: .... .. .. (0 0 .000 Pittsburgh Lake region this morning: ;
with the New York Giants :.::=: St. Louis ......_ 44 52i I
game Administration; Recreation 4, Gar- The Office boys scored two i nett. !! G. S. KENNEDY
in the National loop. The Bambino e8F.E.C.0Army; 9, forfeited I more in the seventh on doubles by I I Summary: Errors: A. Roberts i NATIONAL LEAGUE i Sat! Lake City .. 31 52 I Official'in Charge, 1.f I -o-

performed this stunt in the fifth | ; Administration 7, Army 5; Hale and Manucy\ and one error I 12 j Hill 2, Hale. Adams Wells; I Cluh--- W. L. Pd.I San Francisco .. 50 60 tl

inning of the season's opener, Lighthouse 14, Garage 1, and the by Hill. The Administration ten : two base hits: Hale 3, Castro.Boston I .... ..._ ........_.. I 0 1.000 j Seattle .....m... ,. 42 58 a.as.S.S..........*..... IIt: Daily. Baseball Returns
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driving in or scoring all four of i game on Saturday April 13, Army put over their last run in the !i Gabriel. Mora. XIanucy; stolen Brooklyn ..... ...._........_ I 0 1.000 i Tampa 60 78j Today's Horoscope Wire
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his team's runs, and also made a 9. Recreation 5. ninth when Hale doubled for the bases: Bailey 2. Barker Lewis :. Pittsburgh ..... ..._........ 1 0 1.000 j Washington 38 42 ;I By
wonderful catch during the gamf"jThe (I third time and scored on a field- i Thrift Caraballo; double play: Chicago ......m.... ..__.. 1 0 1.000 i Williston .......... 36 54 ...............a.SC.es.A I -0r -

wore was 4 to 2. with 26- ; The following games are to be er's choice. j Lewis (unassisted! ), :Mora to New York . ..____,." 0 1 .000 I j The native of today, is of a com- r COME,IN,AND GET THE
000 fans witnessing the contest.: played to finish the first half: The Garage boys scored one I Thrift; struck out: Jolly I. Rob- Philadelphia .............. 0 1 .000 j WEATHER FORECAST mantling nature and will probably
The Brooklyn Dodgers defeated Administration! has two more I in the eighth and another in the j I erts 0. Adams 1 ; bases on balls: Cincinnati .... .. ....... 0 1 .000 attain to some dignity and influ- 1 I' RESULTS OF THE

the Phillies by a score of 12 to 3. contests one with the Lighthouseand ninth inning for good measure. | off Jolly 2, off Roberts 2, off St. Louis ......... ....... 0 1 .QOO j, Key: West and Vicinity: Partly: ence. If- this can be attained by II'( MAJORBASEBALL
with Mungo starring on the mound one with the Garage. The i The leaders at bat were: Hale I Adams 3; left on bases: Garage cloudy tonight and Thursday; !; the individual force of character, LEAGUES

and at bat to whip the Philadelphia Army has two more to play Garage with three doubles and a single in 11, Administration 10; sacrificehit 1 A bill introduced! in the legislature -! gentle variable wind j it will be more lasting than if:aidI 1 --0--
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aggregation in the initial and Recreation. The Lighthouse -I five tiies; Gabriel with three safe- : Gabriel; time of game; : 1:20; of the territory of Alaska! I Florida: Partly cloudy, slightly I ed by the circumstances of// birthor I CIGARS CIGARETTES,

game of the season. has three more to play Ad- tieJ in four times up. umpires: Mixon and Bethel. ; proposed a fine of from $250 to,,; warmer in north and showers ,the influence of others, as thereis ,
The Chicago Cubs won from the ministration. Garage and Recreai I In the field. Lewis, at third for I : $1,000 or a year in federal jail j in northwest portion tonight; an element that threatens loss I SOFT DRINKS,:

St. Louis Cardinals: by a 4 to 3 i tion. The Recreation has two the Mechanics\ had 14 chances. The Recreation Department forfeited [1 upon any public official who employed -j Thursday partly cloudy, showers of reputation. I. ETC

score. It was a near-tragedy: for j more, Lighthouse and Army. The without an error. Thrift had a their game yesterday after- j I or voted for the employment -"in! north portion.Jacksonville ,ii

the great Dizzy Dean who was, Garage; has three more, Adminis-I good night at second. Bailey and l noon to the Lighthouse ten. } of any relative. . I i to Florida Straits: '' Subscribe to The Citizen
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struck above the left ankle by a : tration, Army and Lighthouse. _. / .-- --- -
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hot drive off the bat of Freddie ; -

Lindstrom in the first inning. The .
[ These contest will be played this
injury did not prove to be serious -i week and next week.; There will be

however and it is expectedthat a called meeting at the Recreation
he will soon be back in the' Department office ni the FERA

game again. i building at 10 a. m. Monday and P
The Pittsburgh Pirates went to,: all who want to enter a team i
victory over the Cincinati Reds,.
list
must be present and have a
12 to 6. The Cincinnati club's of their ,Ia 't'rs. No plsyer of the I, ,,.

chances! looked good<<1 up until the Senior League will be eligible to I There is for a' .

seventh with inning their pitcher when they Tony weakened Freita-.' got play to in play this, in league.one or the They other have of I; '(. I no need I . tI :,

losing control. Sam Byrd knocked! .
the leagues.: '>.."
a homer for the Reds during the:, .' :t

,::amt>. j j A schedule for the second half I -,.,
The Cleveland Indians tri-!
will be drawn up and umpires : lot of whangdoodle talk
umphed over the St. Louis Brownsin
named and rules will be adopted
a teen-inning name by the I
for the clubs to play by.
score of 2-1. Glenn Myatt put the I .
game on ice in the fourteenth inning i '
Remember the day and time of
with a double base blow that!
: the meeting -Monday, 10 a. m. : about
brought: in Berger who had !, I' cigarettes ,

walked.<< ; ..........0..... ........ I't :
The summaries: .. _., .

NATIONAL LEAGUE ,: Today's Birthdays /.1. .ld .. .'1.'fItt! 11"/ _

At Philadelphia R. II. E. : .............A ... i . : : .
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Brooklyn .. ... . -12 13 Ij 4 t .t. ;
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Philadelphia ...... ... .. :352 ,Willis Van Deva t.f1IW: 'om:; I "Do: r ,;/ ; ,: \ : I .. ,s "J'.ust plain common-sense
dog Associate Justice"of the IT. S. : : ,
Batteries: :Xlungo and Lopez; i iDavi" : :f.'I""'.' O! ; : ,
Hansen Bivin and Wilson.At ': Supreme Court born at )Marion :
Ind. 76< years ago. .1

Boston: R. II. F.; ,1't 4 : -sr ,

New York ... .. ..... :.'... :2' 5 *V t.:Clarence TTf Mackey of '1't'w ; A K When ou 'stP to' think about
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Boston ... .. ...... .. 4 10 0' York, Postal Telegraph board .

Batteries: Hubbell. A. Smith ': (chairman born in San Francisco i :: .<: : i.... : ; your cigaretter-what: it means to,
and :XIancuso; Brandt. and Hogan. ,: fil years ago.Thorton n }
1 F you-here about the.
i ,. : way you
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At CincinnatiPittsburgh R. II. E. : Wilier, novelist born y I look at itSmoking '
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..._ .114 0 at Madison. Wis.. :3S; years ago

Cincinnati: .... ...... G) 13 3Padden ,. -- >< ;a cigarette gives a lot
Batterieslioyt rod: ; Claudius Murchison: of N. C., :

Freitas.! Frey, Schott. Hollings- f j director of the Bureau of Domestic of'pleasure-it always has. .

worth and Lombardi. I end: Foreign Commerce, born : A -
| at Hickory, N. C.16 years ago. : i ._ People have been smoking and

At Chicago R. II. E. I I ___ .
tobacco in. form
St. Louis .. .... . . :3 12 2 i I Admiral :Mark L. Bristol U. S. enjoying. some

Chicago .. .... ." 482 i N.. retired born at Glassboro. N.i w . iLLe.htN. or another for over 400 years.
Batteries: J. Dean. Tinning I!i J., i7 years ago.; -
Ilarrell and Delancey; Warnekeand -w ) Qt course.you want a cigaretteto
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H&rtnett. ; Walter II. Evans: of the
: Judge : '
U. S. Customs Court .born in In-. be made right And naturally
AMERICAN LEAGUE \i diana 65 years ago. } e. r
it be mild. Yet
At St. Louis R. H. E. :; you want to ? you

Cleveland, ... .. ....... .......212 2 I Ray Stannard Baker ("David want it to. have the right taste-.

St. Louis . .. ......... 1 8 1 I Grayson") of Amherst Mass., .
Batteries:' Harder and! :Myatt;t 1 writer born 65 years ago. . ttT . f,, ; and plenty of it.
Newsom 1 and Hemsley. *, '
Maj. John Hay Beith ("Ian 4' In other words you, want it

At New York R. II. E. liny"). English writer, born 59 Ii f F4 Satisfy.
Boston .... .. ... ......... 1 6 0 yearn ago. to.
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New York ..... ............... 022 x.; .
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BatteriesV.: Ferrell and R.
Ferrell; Gomez and Dickey. I KEY WESTCOLONIAL I .

HOTEL Qa, .

colt Chicago wt'ath4'r.Philr.delphia at. Detroit postponed. II In the Center of the Businessand I.. 1. t k.is.t .-' .. Scientific methods and ripe mild tobaccos

Theater District make Chesterfield a milder C\\
at Washington 1 .
postponed! cold weather. First CUii-FireproofS I and better'tasting_ cigarette We r

nible Rates <<
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BLINDED WITH ACID, .beleveyouunll'enjoytem. .
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COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
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AMSTERDAM When Hans -. : -
\'ierlan of this city peeped into a Cary. Elevator _:-..:>, ' -,:<:. My_ ._ .J'':' ';.. : :..

girl's bedroom she threw acid into Popular Prices, -
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"AGE FOUR TEE KEY WEST CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1935.

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I........................*....................... .SSSS5550SSSS.S.S.SS.SSS Mrs. Sarah T.

WAGNER BREWINGCO. THE EASTER lawyer and legislator: Hughes, was Dallas recently BumsteadsWomiSymp

I iiGllEflT( JlJESIIIJfNO.Slll !! appointed judge of a district

:-: SOCIETY : : WILL AWARD VESPER SERVICEBy court at Dallas by 'Coy All- "<"T.trw4to.hDtIre.*. are.. mmrti f.ll_*mt'd.rAII ._f'ft'1.IT 'NLtKK Witm'.

Vk yiflthd red, the first such appointmentever >. Itrcpitfi MurrliTM ..... -nnatNa

.000.SS...S.S....s......SS..S.I...SSS.I..1S4S.S. ( Rev. John C. Gekeler) given a wonian in Texas. fc..l..*f i kill hANTOMN.* muV tnl.It toatilM bold .Tcryohw fall do**.
: Tut toilet of New somewnat agnast \mn"'Uie swinness PRIZES CONTESTAWARDS ft ur Biau. 60. a ....UI..
II ...................A**
marry Concord James Kat. Stlmton.aro determined III Ik to* with which one momentous event Mrs. Goehring Hostess At ; I vet. C. A. \gaekett. M. U. l'khlaJ.lsbi.CROSSED .
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town'* beat eitch among tkt youngmen. followed another and with the for- I argument should be necessary -
to Janm Northrnf (A. to_'* everness and finality of succeeding as to the value of the service ITCHING.g.anywhere I

b..t hoe Indicated catch among a definite tko girl preferenceor Jamet. events. I Party Honoring Mrs. NormanMrs. I WILL BE MADE FOR as planned by the Ministeis .
I the I
LuBe 1IO1O. however. But Alliance of Island Music on body-<
James would have liked to nave -- BEST SUGGESTIONS FOR our City.
ono night Letlit't talker turn ; also
burning irritated skin-
up very drunk and make a teen kept the engagement a secret for a Blondon Goehring delightfully on arrival. Mrs. Gwynn was appropriately -I such as will be sung by the chorus I
.I Jam**' party; later M,. llarrit while but Jane would not have It I garbed in UPBUILDING OF STATE OF'i representing the various churches i soothed and helped by
0 explain* that 7.. had heard James entertained the Ladies } gorgeous
Aunt Sarah "looked down upon" that way. She said she wanted all Chinese satin pajamas. has a distinct cultural and inspirational I
Lethe. Now Letlit trill not tetJanet the world to share In their happi Club on Monday evening with an; I FLORIDA I value. ResinolPALACE -
; the dot not ten: teem la I The Oriental idea and effects I
notice low unhappy he i*. ness. James felt they ought not to informal Chinese dinner party,I I, were carried out in detail in the I The singing of such pieces as --

marry for a vague "year or two" the event bAng in ceiebration of:' various features which was made Gaul's Holy City should be recognized -I EYES
unUl his Income was more certain. 'I The Wagner Brewing Company Well meaning I people often
21 asset.
Chapter as a community
of Mrs.. a part of the evening's program
but Jane claimed she wanted to be the birthday anniversary
advise of
I of Miami is offering prizes parents cross eyed
Those who for the several nightsof
GENTLE JANE with him and wished to share Will Norman.The I j with hilarity prevailing throughout -, Double Feature
poor I amounting to one thousand dol-' the rehearsals have studied the Children to "Let them alone,
ANE'S motber went nortn that his every strn gle. table was tastefully ar- the entire evening. Mrs. lars for the best suggestions for i harmonies even apart from ; the Il' MILLION. DOLLAR RANSOM I iinijbe they will out-grow it."
J' It was Jane. therefore who decided : ran ('d with a birthday cake in Norman honoree of the occasion -and- ,
same summer with the two the upbuilding of the state of' soul stirring words have gained This is an error. We NKVER"outprow" ;
children. but Jane decidedto to be married the following I the center tall tapers on either \\BS the recipient of many lovely '! THE CONSTANT NYMPH : It IN.
jounger I Florida. The first prize is $500.00, that which will Far-Sight.
lasting
June. It was Jane who picked out : with and other! gifts. i I prove a
side. Chop Suey
stay and keep house for poor :: Matinee CREASES with
the second prize is $250.00 and II | of joy. : 10-15c Night: 1525cBENJAMIN age.:;
source
father. Colorado as a suitable place for a : delicious Chinese dishes! served,' Those enjoying Mrs. Coehring'shospitality I
five additional prizes of $50.00 Proper glares will correct
But when in addition have
they
honeymoon and It was Jaqe and ber I
II during the occasion. ,| were: j I
Kansas days are hot In August each. j this condition without medicineor
motber who determined that the Mrs. the I I Mrs. \Vill Norman Mrs. Archie I II caught the spirit of the words,
Goehring hostess was
and hardly to be endured. Kansas couple should live in the Tyler! I The contest closes midnight, which in the oratorio studied are LOPEZ I surgery.'
young Mrs. Albertus Mrs.\ Frank Shepherd I
assisted her mother i I ,
evenings are sent as a recompense. ably by Come in today for
House across the street from the I 1 Eric June 15, 1935 and the awards. so largely taken! from Scripture, FUNERAL HOME a complete
Lillie G-wynn in greeting theguests : Mrs. Otto Lundquiht. Mrs.
When there Is no moon there are I there-i examination.
will be made as promptly !
Nortbrups. : the gain is that much the
greater.
Established 49 V.a,.
and Lillie
Mrs.
and entertaining them Gwynn Gwynn. I
certain to be myriads of stars looking up-
Mrs. Northrup was not pleased atJane's after as practical and checks will I Much of that value will be shared
West's Oldest I
big as altar candles In the soft .. Key DR. J. A. VALDES
If - be mailed the winners
engagement. However. I - -- -- to as soon with those who hear the music.
24-Hour Ambulance Service
summer air. There Is nearly alwaysa Jane felt she must have James and I sOS..SSO.OO.SOS.S.SSSSOS I as selected. I Special attention may be called Licensed Embalmer Orthogon Soft-Ute Licenses
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breeze. a breeze fragrant wltb Former Residents
no one else. Mrs. Northrup would I The suggestions sent in will become to some of the choruses as "No Phone 135 Nifht 696.W 532 Duval StreetUTE

Crowing things.One's not Interfere. She insisted firmly Here On Visit t ( PERSONAL MENTION! the property of the Wagner Shadows Yonder" with which the --
own concerns seem petty. from the first that It was utterly out '" -
I Brewing Company in order thatthl'Y oratorio That Sow
fleeting on a Kansas night and thereIs of the question for her to consent toJane's !.........................1.1i I make such of them begins" "They
may use In Tears "To Thee 0 Dear'
Included in the arrivals the
healing magic to be found for living so far away as the on
j Sheriff K. O. Thompson left as they deem advisable in helping Dear Country." "The lining Pot
weary aching hearts. James envied Stimsons at the extreme edge of : Steamship Cuba this morning
; yesterday afternoon(, for a short build up Florida. I Is For Silver" and-"Ihi* t- !The
no one their gay bustling resorts. lie South New Concord and was especially i
j,from Tampa| were Mr. and Mis.i business visit in Miami. With branches in many of the i Kingdom Forever.\ II'het'1'fo' tI
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was content things being as they determined on this point after
were. to stay at home. the. Tyler place. most opportunely, j I Samuel! Thompson, former lesi-j I II cities! of Florida and with a conjsUntlyiexpandinsf i kind or apirations"lre awakened

When after a bit he grew lonely of was offered for sale. I dents of Key West, who will spend i Mr. oad Mrs. Carlos ,Lovato,' prpgra Wag-1 1, by them.

listening to the voices of the night. Mr. Northrup. as soon as the".Idea j several weeks in the Island City. I who were spending a few days in tier Brewing Company realizes its)'i Key'West will be the richer for

he found Jane always willing to was suggested to him,, agreed at I While here they will be the i Miami, returned jesterday.I I| opportunity to a'ss4st in. building a' listening! : to Gaul's innterpretation '

listen with him. Gentler and gentler once to present the Tyler place to : guests of their nephew and niece., -- I!_reater; opportunity for every citiZen -I''of what: most people feel at some' ICE

she grew and more and more piquantly James and Jane as his wedding | My. an<| Mrs. W. W. Watkins at! ; arrival.0. i in Florida.'a ner pays: huge I j'! time gw other. Every seat should I : .
Ueneduva&
an :
I alluring-even provocative. One present. Mr. Northrup could always their }home ,on South street.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer. I' Miami tax bills to both the state and I be flte|
benr-t<<>be-orgotten evening In mid be trusted to do the handsome thing. yesterday by rail from andwill federal governments, as well as to service in the Bayview Paik. c

die %September: Jane dined at the In this case be volunteered not I' spend a short time with rela-I. the counties and cities in which it I I :...- IT'S PURER!

BtUnsons and afterwards she and only to buy the house with Its ample I In 1 I tives. has its branches. Wagner: depends ,,5 LASTS LONGER!

'bar host strolled in the woods.James grounds. but to furnish It after It Today History I I, upon the patronage of the people MONROE THEATER ) ? \

found himself telling her the storyof had been renovated and re-decorated s..e.aa... 4_ --.-..---...5 I Mr. and Mrs. Sam McClintotk' of Florida for its success and
Robert Erwin in
inside and out in the most modern I I, Young-Stuart ICE REFRIGERATORS
his grandmother and grandfatherand and lavish H'J'2-Ferdinand and Isabella ; who were spending two .weeks at knows that the more prosperous THE BAND PLAYS ON .tEi\: I fl')
bow they first came to (Kansas. manner possible. ,
their home in Islainotada returned Florida becomes the greater will
of Spain signed historic agircjincut r -al.o-
-It's like an Idyll.said Jane soft ; I Made of all metalequip41 -
he the market for its products.
ly. "Their love was always so beau "nUT I've got a perfectly good with Columbus. I yesterday.S. I Anyone may submit suggestionsin WEST OF THE PECOS pcd with WATER COOLERS & ,4j
ii
Lila! Do you suppose they're still together house of my own.James pro-. Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra Ic :
number of iTpIi
up there somewhere? Itdoesn tested indignantly. 17'JO-Died, aged 84. Benjamin i M.\ Moore\ of Marathon, at--) this contest and the submit 15-20c Night, 15-25c v1 : They're Economical

't seem it could die . a love "Such a funny old house" laughed Franklin, among the great figuresin lived yesterday morning to spend suggestions a person may I I
I is not limited. This is a sincere effort - ---
like theirs. his Iianc6a slipping her hand Into our history. the afternoon with his son-in-' i I 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

a "I l hope so." said James simply. his. (The cult for the Colonial. which law and daughter, Mr. and 1\Irs.l). on the part of the Wagner ]I .

P1._ "If love can die there doesn't seem later was to rage so violently New 1 3-Died-; aged 57, William I Victor Moffat and left on the; Brewing Company to encourage !I I FAST FREIGHT SERVICE I t Satisfaction

much reason for going on.- Concord. had not yet appeared.) II. Ireland. English forger of; the thinking people of Florida to ]i i ..
5:40 train.
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"You're so beautifully understand "1 never thought It was funny" Shakespeare manuscripts. get their views on progress into a I I Priced atI

ing. Most men would laugh at me said James stiffly. I definite. concrete expression.; From NEW YORK

for what 1 said. But. of course. I **1 was only joking answered 18.18-"Kit" Carson left Los Rev. W. J. )Martin of hey Memorial I the many replies which will doubt- 30 35

would not say what I did to apyone Jane quickly. "Of course the Mansion Angeles; for Washington with I Church and Mrs. Martin, less come in. there certainly should and BOSTON I and

else but you? :Is very handsome-of its kind. I who were absent from the city!: be some worth while ideas. Never
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what is said to have been the )
They talked a little longer of Life but it's so old.fashioned and Incon- first U. S. mail carried from Pacific I for about two weeks, returned before hav the people of this couni I From Key West alternate Fridays EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
and Its ephemeral fleeting swiftnessand venient. Besides. dear and sweet as TRIALTHOMPSON'S
i taken much interest in their TREE
coast to East.1860historic yesterday. I IlIn I try so '
j I From New York alternate Tuesdays
wondered anew what it was all your Aunt Sarah is and much as I | government and in efforts to fos- II.

about agreeing finally that it was love her. I do want to make a home :'I I' I ICE CO.
best to gather one's rosebuds while for you all our very own.And Mother fight in England \ ,. Mervm Sterling, who was ter the good of the entire com From Boston alternate Saturdays I'

.- there were yet rosebuds for the says the most important thing of all between lleenan the American and 'called to Key West because of the munity.I I S INC 1 I Ir
I I Here is an opportunity for those! Al.o M\V ORLEANS. KEY WEST k' '
gathering.And is for two young people to be by layers, the Englishman, endingin I death of her father. Bias Arias,] tj 'M'
who think right to their . .. Phone No. 8f
then the most astounding 1 themselves the first- years draw-police broke up fight in : having arrived yesterday morning!I present AlternateV>U e d y Arrive.
Hrjrrnt mrrttmd day 'oll.ftlac.CLYDEMALLORY
ideas and if found to be good will
thing happened. Jane's hair got entangled But honey. I've certainly told 37th round. I returned in the afternoon to her I

in a low-hanging branch of you that 1 never expected Aunt I home in Tavernier where she has' produce an immediate return plus

an apple tree and James had to help Sarah to live with us. We've always lU3Japa announces that a daughter who is ill. the knowledge of having helped .1 in..J
her unloosen it. planned when 1 was married that for i solved some of the problems of our BUTTER
Standing so closeto he assumes! responsibility I t.. t:. !SMITH. A,, a'.
her. he was suddenly I vividly conscious she and Aunt Lou move over to the peace in China. traf. modern civilization. Keyrmt __ __ II t i III l lf
of a little tender clinging curl little cottage that was my father'sand I \V. S. Loudermilk general n
i fic agent in Cuba of the F. E. C. ............ SSSS..05550CLASSIFIED
growing low on ber neck and he fet! mother's. Women for the first time in 'I. -- --.-- -
he must kiss that curl; and he did. "Oh. but James. I couldn't be the ,I Car Ferry Company, arrived yesterday -
Turkish went to polls
history
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A moment afterward Jane was in happy turning your aunt. who is almost !I on the Ferry Palma and I
to vote in the general elections.1At
his arms unresisting and gloriously like your mother. out of her I left for Jacksonville. / _- ;
the same time they were made
kissing him back. A little later she own home said Jane in a shocked I I
to be elected to the COLUMN
eligible national -
released herself but held out her voice James for some reason felt his j i I
Major William V. Albury Florida
assembly.
hand to him. Irritation increasing violently. !I National Guard who was in 'SSS SS........ ,SSS.....
"I knew this was coming from the "I'm sure I would not turn my aunt

first. James dear." she said tenderly."I out of her home if she wanted to stay, Subscribe to The Citizen.LEGALS i the city several days with his ROOMS

knew our marriage was writtenIn but she doesn't. She says the care of -. :: family. left yesterday afternoon -- ---

the stars." the Mansion has grown too much for I I for Matecumbe accompanied by I "THE MUNRO"\ -Rooms unexcelled -i

Now what could a man do after ber. She's quite looking forward to I |i Captain Leslie Russell, who was in price and location. y4l?

that but consider himself engagedand moving over into the cottagesheand i\ -i'in: < 01 \TjiiM.ir* "n itr I on a short vacation. 128 NE 4th Street Miami. Fla.

his kisses an offer of marriage? Aunt Lon INMI fon MONKOI: ('inT\ apr4.lCtxPIAbIO
Jane "Well. I KI.oiui>%. IN ricoiivn:. I
evidently so considered them like that.said Jane
Baruick and
In rIstatc ..f Mrs. James son !t
and after all he hoped he wasn't a sharply. "If the care of that great 1t.HJ.. MVi TUNING
I James Jr. who to Key
. i came
cad. They went back to the house big barn of a place is too much for 1"...a".I.XuTWI F
rather tremulous and a little fright: an experienced old housekeeper like ; TO t'KKlHTORST" : l I West during the fatal illness of PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo
all creditors and all personshaxini her grandmother Mrs.\ Sarah De-
ened. Their engagement was announced your aunt what do you suppose It ; flainjs ,.r demand aKainst :; :: ,. reno. Excellent piano for sale
.' _
: remained for the .
the day Leslie came home would be to a beginner like me?" said KstateI : m rjtt. and cheap. 1018. Division. street. o T- U
I Vnii. unit eaeh .>t are hret>% afternoon I : "' _
pu. funeral left I, 1
yesterday I 1-
from the North.I There loud i in s
was a silence betweenthe .. : r20-l no 'h
.
: nolldol 11 nil r |ulre .. ... for the home in Miami. f. J f 1."I." '!'I"' l .
two lovers for a few minutes but j I an) "tlaim? and <. >luhuh > .u.I .I .
KSLIK took it James Jane j I ..r 4ithcr of >"it. mar ha\.- against j ,' I.i I. ill"! "",.. '. .','.." .' .
calmly. She said watching furtively from --- FOR RENT I .
I I Hit- estate i>f llary J. iowe. tie-] i : ; . . i ': : :...
*-* she had always felt that James I a corner of his eye saw that her lips I t..ul..I.| late ..f M'>nr...' ('..(lilt).I Mrs. Mary Conrad who .. was, " .eLLc: 4oL.-.__ ;, ''I (i". \,} )

and Jane were made for each other I were set In a hrm straight line and I Floridato the llonoral.U llueh BICYCLES-WE j.RENT by the \ \ -r- -r- -.'.
short time with
her
'.;"I\ C..un..1, Judge:: "fI"r..t', : spending a Hour : ,
I :
and her cheeks Day > 'Week Repair
piomptly began embroidering a I were unnaturally red. ". : or .
( .unl>, i-'l..rii.t at his office in thettsnty : brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
white linen luncheon set with around lie said sulkily. "I don't see whyIt I l"'Jurlhou III 11..nr.! C'.UIIPI..r..la. all makes and paint them with .
Mrs. Alan' B. CJ are Sr.. at the !)J't
t .Allriountitlg
twelve hundred eyelets as a weddiifg' would be any more care than the n. st ilhiii eight:: .a 1..larm..nlh" iu-Enamel. We carry a full
from the date ..f the first home on North Beach, left
yesterday
present The twins. when Jane triumphantly i Tyler house" pulihration h..r..f.aid claims ..r( supply of parts. Agent for the
afternoon for Miami where
broke the news to them.I Jane's lips suddenly relaxed and >niamN. shall lie in writ Inan.1 Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
i .onlain the place of reinTlenre' and t she will remain for a short timebefore
stared at their began to tremble. She and
sister until she came And sell them as low as $5.00
'roe.aI.lress of the claimant
last '
flushed uncomfortably stood droopingly In front of James. and shall lie sworn to l hy the claim-I proceeding to her home in down and $1.00 per week. We

"Well? Aren't you going: to say -I haven't liked to remind you.- am. his agent. .>r attorney.Ml .. i \\ Winston-Salem N. C. Buy and Sell all makes of used + The Addition To Our Type Family of
XIK h ('latins and demands not
anything ----lab me happiness? she said in a plaintive choked little filed. nilhin the time and in the Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

It's customary even among: rela voice, "that I am giving up a good manner. prescribed herein Khali I.. I Mrs. A. R. Davis anti daughter Stowers company, 515 Duval
tions." Jane said tartly. deal when 1 marry you. Oh. I don't \ .i.l.
I I I Dated the 17th day of April. A. I Betty who were spending several street. aprl -tf
"I hand it to you." Norris answered mean the money or luxuries or any II. 1S35: i months with Mrs. Davis' k
almost admiringly. i thing like that What I do mean is :MYUTUi I U lir.STiiN" I' 'l P c/fuEnuE
"The poor simp. was Nate's pityIng my family-especially! my mother. I \dmini5tratrix of the KMale ,,f patents, \fr. and Mrs. Herman FOR SALE a [
)'Mar J, 1..1.1..I'asH'- Roberts, at the home on Angela
comment You don't remember your mother \\'. mUY: HARRIS.Attorne FOR SALE-Ford Dump Truck in

Thereafter the twins never spoke.: and anyway a mother and daughterare > for AilminiKtratrixnirl7i (" street, left yesterday afternoon excellent condition. Will sell
; max'I-( for Los Angeles to join Mr.
In Jane's different j
presence of their future some way from a at $60.00 for quick sale. See
brother.in.law without sighing and mother and son. They're closer I ,! Davis. I A Letter of
IN Till: C'UI '\T' Jl !)(.l-S tIll IIT Joe Allen The Citizen office. Script
shaking: their heads. Jane could afford think. It seems sometimes as If I .\NI. I.'CIIClUuUI; <'OI :>T5.' !G-2tx .
now to Ignore their taunts. The were utterly selfish to go off and ''I'. .* %. IX' rlUIIIVTII. ,'CHILDBIRTH LEFT HER apr

laugh was indisputably hers. leave my mother for an outsider I Estate: of
f 1>(1ITCIlISOX.. THIN WORN NERVOUS EXCHANGE Rare Individuality and Significance
James then and for years aficr-: barely knew a few months ago." i l>eceased.j I -- ._-
wards considered It a miracle of "But Jane . Interrupted James. j I XOTK'B TO ritKPITORS 11 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE J <' *,. T>

Heaven that a truly superior person (Copyright. ItiS. Mated n. Farn\am I t'To! all creditor and demands all trrs..flihint j "After birth of my baby I was' best residential section. Two i i' .."'
; claims i>r against: t In Teji Sizes 'j' ; .
like Jane should care to marry him. i aid Estate: : i thin, nervous, run-down. The first f baths Oil heat TwoCar Garage .,. : "- .
--
lie was fairly Aunt Sarah take. James' news a I Von. and eaih .f you. are ht'r..h l bottle !it i .
startled. hon-ever.snd littla tartly.tomorrow.CARD j notified and required to present j of Vinol (iron tonic) helped.' for large House or Email .

I an> claims and demandshich you.jit 1 gave me strength, needed Hotel furnished. Roy Gordon, '. #, .... ...
\
---- -- --- -- ---- - - I 10' Cither of iou< may have against ]weight."-Mrs. :JL Gunstone. 97 Paige St., Lowell, Mass.
delI
the estate of Dora Atrhison. I

ARRANGING TO I OF THANKS {I ceawnl.Florida late to the t.f Honorable Monroe Count hugh..)Oriental Pharmacy. 1 j ji apri 5-4tx The Artmain: Press

_.
Cunn.: County Judge of ) - - --- -
toDr..1
We take this means of extend
I ('ountFlorida. at his office
PUT ON PLAYEd : ing our sincere thanks to our It i County. (urthouK in Monroe- CounI !

many friends whose kind acts did! I month. Florida from within the date eight of the calendar first i ipubluation STEAMSHIP Co. In The Citizen Building f

; so much to alleviate our sorrow hereof. Said claims or) P & 0
demands hall I.e in writing and!I UNITED STATES FAST
during recent bereavement, :
our
'
:M. Thompson will play the : : contain the place ..f residence and'
the death of our beloved one, 1 port| office addres of the claimant I MAIL ROUTES FOR
rule of "Jerr}' the Tramp." in the ; Mrs. Gladys I. Teal. We are indeed and shall .... xuorn to by the claim-J&
.
ant. his agent or attorney.All PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
play, "A Noble: Outcast," which is i, grateful to those who gave the of their and the, filed within the< tune. and in thri)
being presented April 2'J at the use cars
manner prescribed herein shall Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Dixie Theater for the benefit of donors of the beautiful floral tri 1 1 1oid.. 12:20 P. 31.Leave .

Welter Cornet Band. (I butes. I ).Paled 1S3S. the 17th day of April. A.I "I Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays I

Thompson, as an amateur actor,!. aprl7-ltx THE FAMILY.: TERESA MAKTINKZ.1LUAM I Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon-

has played leading roles in : \\ II 110LUAn days, 6:30 P. M.

her of plays! including anum-I I I Miss Helen. Kinnear is Canada's AtlminUtrator< of the Kstate'urn testamentoannexo of iHtraAtchiM : Ticket, Reservations sad forMatio. at Ticket Office .. &.

Tom'a Cabin. Ten Nights: in a BarRoom '!: first woman King's Counsel and >n. deceased.V. I I Dock. 1ft... 71

Butternuts Bride. A Sol-1 I 1 believed to be the only; woman t>o \ Attorney. (THRY for lunms.I Admiulstratom.a . I[ J. H. COST..... / ..(.

dier'i Sweetheart and others. honored in the British Empire. rl7-24; ma>l-i . ,








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