The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
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For Associated.Best 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day to West Wire the .tlbc'[:: ltp WC5 t Citizen< t % L most range country Key West equable of; only,with Florida weather Fahrenheit an average has in the the

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Oflreesllereb CLUB WILL BE OR.
Spraying InvalidI I __ I I II
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Mayor Win. II. alone\ has received -'r "Money has already started RENO S. HARP. SUPREME,; WEST ORGANIZATIONWINS

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the following letter from i
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I Jrpraying trees and plants, is inop- I 1 1I'I CELEBRATION I William A. Ryan director of the I of all these efforts. In the i I CHANCELLOR. DELIGHT-; TWO TROPHIES FOR
Case Deals With Local' [
''t-rative and invalid 1 1I World Federation of Municipalities ,i jtlast eight months there has been ATTENDANCE AT CONFERENCE .

I "Section:; 3 of the Ordinance :i with headquarters at 40 I I[ a 2':; percent drop in relief rolls;i'i MEETING LAST NIGHT I i A fleet of 10 "cat boats" is being HELD RECENTLYThe
Resident Being Con- ABOARD SHIP Linden street. Dorchester Massachu \ Ii built by the Key West Administration
I provides: i ii setts an 11-point rise in quotations onI i i
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victed And Fined In i 'Any violation of this ordin- i, --- I i!I Ii |[ 'GreetinCI-and a message of,I city bonds; hotel business has pickcd I I I i I i and! a 20-foot sloop flagship -
I lance or any interference with any : good will and peace from the up; a seaplane; service from Mi- ,I| There was an interesting and for the fleet virtually is completed Rotary Club luncheon was
Municipal Court i official of the State Plant Board j EVENT WAS.BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY ; "World Federation of MunicipuliI :i ami is doing well where none ex- I i I wcll-altendod meeting of the held today with Eddie Stunk\. ,
i or with any officer or any personin j OF OWNER !I I ties" to the citizens of No Mean i it-ted last season; all houses suitable i j Knights of Pythias hold at they' it was announced today. {president: of the organization, pre.

{ the city of Key Wes designated j Citjr-Key West. The local press for tourists are rented; there | Castle hall on Firming street last :1 A boating club will be organized siding. evident Strunk with

% ito spray treat or eradicate anyi 'i I HUGH J. CHISOLM !I,; today carries a good account of are more visiting yachts than ever :I night during which tinic Reno S.! it was said, and during the many other Rotarians and Rotary
r In circuit court this morning i pest in said trees or plant life, '(! --- I I ycur "Civic Stewardship". in the < before and more tourist dollars :Harp, supreme chancellor of the,: summer months: members will have Anna returned from the di.-trict

Judge Jefferson B. Browne of the I I shall; be punished by fine not exceeding I t| Hugh Joseph Chisolm paper way of the "City's Re-Birth." Key than in any previous season in the! 1 i I order, paid his official it to the 1 1I use of the boats. A membershipfee conference at Bradenton on Wednesday. .

Twentieth Judicial Circuit ruled I : Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ,i I manufacturer of Portland Me., : West and her citizens shine as a i last decade. I I lodge. |I .
that City Ordinance 307, of the ($230.00)), or by imprisonment and party, who were (in Key West beacon to the sitter communities,| "...or all practical purposes the Supreme Chancellor Harp made, will be charged. During; the President-Klect: : Melvin\ Russdl: ,
City of Key West which relates s in the City Jail, not exceeding (i I harbor for several days on Mr. as a contrite example as >to whata I|' relief administration is now the t the principal address of the :: winter the sailing craft will be as the club's delegate to the connference -
to the spray iif of trees i is invalid sixty days ((1)0)) ) or both fine Chisolm's magnificent Yacht city can aspire to in such a brief city government in Key West ,I fling, and talked, at length t''e-I!; available to tourists. j t ., made his report thereon

and inoperative j and imprisonment in the discretion I I Ara, yesterday and last night cele- space of time. The "Municipal) though a new form will be proposed :! various activities of the organiza-I All of the "cat boats" will becompleted iat the meeting today
MrsV Eliza,,McClintock, et al.* of the Court.." i biated in honor of the owner's Federation", organized to< stimulate in legislation now being lion. setting forth many things! t. Mr.,Russell Mated that the key
were tried and convicted in-municipal -,j- "In this section --is found the : 39th birthday anniversary. "Democracy" in all local units written for presentation to the now in planning by the 'different!' by the- end of the note'of the entire conference war

court for the violation of [,first; reference to'the State Plant I II i j During the day the yacht was of government extends warmest state legislature in April. :I II lodges throughout the country toward -', month, it was. said in the'recrea'tion "International Understanding

ibis ordinance and sued out a writ I Board, or the City of Key West, "dressed" with hundreds of flags congratulations to His Honor/ andi f'It is planned to consolidate the the progress: and advance-' department ,this .mornin Good. Will" which was especially
of error from circuit court for'the'' spraying plants and trees. I I[ and at night the harbor was il- ,i to the people of Key West'.! (government of the city of Key'i in out of the various units. j jI I They' are.12-feet.longwith: a 12-' stressed, in all the principal addresses
cause to be decided.At I "Nowhere in the body of the r!laminated I I with the light: from :1 Accompanying: the COl1UI1Un t'a-1 West and Monroe county into a 'i I Mr. Harp reiterated many foot mast, and 10-foot boom 'All' made by prominent' Rotations
the trial the' validity of the ordinance is there any interdiction hundredes! of electric bulbs. ,i tion was a reproduction of the three-man commission embracing teachings of the order impressing!1 1i throughout the conferencese
ordinance was raised by the defendants I, of interference with any official II IIi !I To further make the day a mem- home of Judge J. Vining: Harris all the old and adding; new governmental j upon the members their duties in I Ir of the cat boats are jib rigged. :sdons.t !.

through their attorney, .i of the State Plant Hoard or any orable one, Miss Barbara Chisolm', with the information that he "built, powers for the entire ,I I this connection and urged all to |. The sloop is yawl rigged and i Nine Key West Rotarians: and
T. S. Caro and the municipal officer or with any person of the I''I went out yesterday afternoon in this house in Key West during the area. cooperate more fully in. matters! ') lacks only the sails ior comple-I| five Key West Rotary Ann wer
judge Allan B. Cleare Jr., ruled ;! City of Key West designated to the harbor with Captain Begley latter part of the nineteenth cen Would Cover Large Area I coming: within the realm of the. tion. It \\as designed by 1A.: Pat- in attendance at the meeting,
that under the city charter he hadno .! spray treat or eradicate any pest I Filer and caught a fine tarpon tury. It is the southernmost "The new unit would cover the fraternal organization with which;: tenon marine engineer who is which again enabled the Key Wrt
power to pass upon its validity.In injurious to theplant life of Key i i weighing 70 pounds. house' in he United States" Gulf Si'tea in or Key West Archipelago they are, affiliated. ;:I well known in Florida waters for club to bring back the conference<<:
his opinion and decision 1 West. I Those enjoying the anniversary The picture of the house was the tip of the Florida \ The supreme chancellor address .!;, his thip building ability. I attendance trophy and in addition

Judge Browne gives a thorough I I "Section 3 is the penalty clause celebration were: Mr. and Mrs. printed in conjunction with an peninsula and a sizeable part of the | was listened to with rapt I II j I this year won for the Key W'
tPalysis. of the ordinance and its,, of the law and designates the pun- Chisolm.! Miss Barbara Chisolm article appearing in the Christian' Evcr laclcs. One person would be i i attention and the entire mem-1 i Club Ihe'Rotary Ann attendant
different sections as follows: I I ishment to be imposed! for violations Mr. and Mrs.! John M. Thatcher. science Monitor in April and i is appointed to the commission by bership expressed itself: as having1' COLORED MANGIVENHEARING I trophy. .
"It is not necessary for me to I of any of its provisions commanding Mr.\ and Mrs. Morgan LaMontagueand \ : herewith reproduced: the governor or Florida one by been greatly (benefited as a result j I \ The district governor nomine
pass upon the question whether a : what shall be done and Miss Sarah W. Key. : "With the aid of federal relief the federal/ government, and a of the excellent suggestions:: and J for the coming year was Alfred
city charter may lawfully prohibit prohibiting:: what may not be done.i i I 1 The Aras returned to the United !: funds Key West is transformingitself third elected by the people of the advice as offered by the speaker.J (Alf) Marshall of Clearwat
the judicial officer of the i "The section fixes a penalty:: for ,I If States lat Saturday from Havana I I from, a dwindling industrial, area. ,,811 of whom, pledged greater cooperation I Fla., succeeding Karle: Tluitiir:
city: from passing on the judicial | two distinct ant: separate offenses; !' after a cruise in West Indian g!I community into a promising winter "All :governmental authority ,I in the future in all inak-j I Iof Vreo Beach. Three citiei,
question of the validity of an one for the 'violation of this waters and the Caribbean Sea. i'' resort. : would emanate from the single ters pertaining to the Pythian order 1 CHARGED WITH WORKING : Ocala. Tallahassee and SL IM t "-

ordinance when that question il''I ordinance,' and second. 'or any in- ;: The party has been fishing in these I I .Marvin II. McIntyre secretary commission and all functions i I AUTOMOBILE CLEAN. burg made bids for the confe'
properly raised before him at the I terfcrenee with any ( ficial of waters since then.CUBAWRlES". t'> President Roosevelt: who has would be exercised by it and its Frank II. Ladd Charles: II.!I: t 1 fence to be held next year.
time of the trial. I can, however I the State Plant Board or with any |' just visited. the! city to sec the results apointed executives In unifying: :: Ketchum and several ethers gave ING RACKET 1 The next conference city vr.'l:
t-ay that it is rather an anomalous! officer or any erson in the city !1 i of the past seven months' taxation and leading to tax reduction short talks during: the meeting ; be selected 1 by the district cover:

provision. I of Key" West designated to spray j i I I work was struck by the transformation and adjustment the coin- while many other members offered -]; &. nor-elect when installed.
"The question of the validity of treat, or eradicate any pest in said which has taken place. He iiii.sion, it is hoped may set an suggestions: with a hope of expanding -. Randolph Walker colored was The full list of the loral delegates :
the ordinance was raised on the tees br plant life.' 47 PASSENGERS' noted that of the $0.001)) federal example for other distraught communities & the order with a view in], given a hearing in court of Peace [ attending the.,,confereae
trial by the defendant and the I "I do not think it i is competentto I II funds spent, each month a large in solving: problems mind of increasing the membership .Justice Frank 0.; RoberU this! follows: Mr. and Mjs. W. L.
t Municipal\ Judge h.virg.refuted to I penaliz a.purson tor doing: or I portion has been invested in self-growing out of bond? -financing to a great rKtrnt'in the program morning on't 'charge "offorkingen J 1 Bates MrrWd'Mr&SfbaM: '-..r .:
pass upon it, it comes before me i not doing any nt or acts the performance Steamship Cuba of the 1'. and liquidating, : improvements and 1 decedent industries and duplicate of activities tn be carriedico. automobile cleaning racket and Cabrt>ra. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. T d-

as a matter of the first instance. 'I or non-performance of I I I O. S. S. company sailed for Havana that the 11.000 inhabitants have .'. taxation : f I |I was placed under bond of $100 ward Strunk Mr. and Mrs. Chat:
Section 1 of the ordinance provides which i is nowhere in the ordinance I, yesterday with II first class matched this amount dollar for Eves: the Mayor Worked i 1 Delicious refreshments were'for his appearance at the next Taylor Mr. and' Mrs. Odes Pogrie.
: I required or interdicted. ;t i passengers six second! (class two 1 I dollar with volunteer labor. Julius: "When t the relief administration, served at the social hour following -!! trim of criminal couit. I t i Benjamin D. Trevor. Melvin" E.

'Fvery. owner or occupant of I "The law known' as 'The Florida :i automobiles four tons of freight i (F. Stone. (Florida relief administrator under, ) the state relief administra the business session with all,, Walker's racket is to make arrangements Russell, Everett: Russell and I James

any property upon which i is growing I Plant Act of I'JZT and, Section : and 107 sacks of mail. i iI stated, that the results act tor took over the. job of rehabilitating joining in the festivities of the to clean a car, recure i Moore.I .
trees or plants which may be 7851. Compiled General Inns I Steamship, Ozark. of the Clyde-t j romplished! have exceeded all expectations I I Key We. tt.- the city had occasion. I IMY. I'I I[ the ;Jiecesary fund3 for purchasingthe I Bill Warren was elected dale
designated 1 by the Florida ERA: as I I of Florida make ample provision: ; Mallory Lines idue! to arrive : reached the' p"int where undernourished . Harp expressed himself as material and then failing to gate to the International Convention -
being trees or plants! requiring'' for the protection of plant life m from New Orleans. tomorrow evening -. "Eight: months' ago this southernmost ; I :. citizens' were burglariz-:: having been exceedingly: delighted,i' show up to complete the job. He to be held in Mexico Oif"" .
spraying treatment or the performance I and the eradication of insect : en route to Key West, Miami citt>f the United State*, Iing I stores; and :hooting songbird? with his: !flirt visit tn Key Wost.j i j charges;: a very small amount for Mexico next June, with Rein::; :

of other measures in Vest, and for the punishment of and Jacksonville.IMALONECALLS. I !.10/ ) miles from Havana. Cuba: was 4 for food. stating that he had Income very the work, )because he decides whatever 'tian Cabrera and 1 Ben Tre-Tor
Connection therewith necessaryfor any person who shall interferewith I the bone" of forgotten men HalfI "At a r.iais meeting, Mr. St'in* much impressedwith the Inland: he does collect is to be "vel- rlerlcd first and\ second alter

the protection and improvement t or obstruct any inspector or of the popiiluti'm, had migratedcl l t i exp lamed I that relief money would I City and made special mention vet." it was said. 4: nate. respectively,
of said trees or plants or ,mother employe of the Board. in theI I,| >ewhere and KO percent of those. !j be piid to t tli" e in need who work i of the great hospitality of the Walton Parks was the owner l j i It was said that the deleete'
for the control of plant II('' L;. I performance, of! hi;; duties; siib- m :: rtmaimiiwere fuppoited, by re- ; for it but.. iit t the same time issued j prople. and the delightful: and in-Snaking the charge in the case ; ,!erifl not to exlend l Key We t'.j
hall within -IK hours after service jest to I the limitations imposed by i i ATTENTIONS lief. Th!' $.r.0.000.000 railroad I a rail for, volunteers t<> work with- i viporatin! ? climate to be foundI :tried this morning. He bhowed that invitation for the 1936 conven'tion -
of'"dUe-II notice upon raid owner I the Wolyn Case. Supra. } which blidgcd its sty; from key 1 out p;* to clean! up the place soi I here. : at this session I leca.ie "(Jlr

or' occupant of said .property. by i I "The second paragraph:: o f :tier: I i FRIDAY' In key from the mainland to serve I i th tits spoUessncss! would attract !I The supreme rlnncellor! wad! terials.! ;ether cities' had waged -in D'' 'erattpaign
Hit proper officer or other per I tiou :3 t of the Ordinance fixes a i i 'GOOD the .steamship line", sponge fi'h- ; ill''I'de! ; taken on a fishing tri'i today and the work. ] throughout the yar or"

cum: designated: for eiving sid I!:I penalty for any person interfering i j eric, aiiny, navy and cot guard i "Ce! suiting booths were opened plans to leave: this afternoon on Traffic Officer Alberto Camero ;I the next Kession.FRANKFURT.
notice, or by any police( .officer I with any official of the State bares once contributing to the activity I and -1000) out of 1500 citizens over the return triii home. made the rest and was in ro-irt -
in the city of Key West immediately j Plant B:<-ird. for the purpose. ofIenforcing KEY WEST'S CHIEF EX: ECU-: of a busy city, ended in I II 18 years o." a.eegistere.t' for twodays i j ;Members of the committee on to testify. He told the court that BUILDS
spray| treat, or performsuch I the provisions of the what was sliiiost a "deserted- of free labor a week for :;ix arrangements for tha entertainment this wai Walker's second: offense.'
other measures with reference I Florida Plant A.t..r 11'27. mid TIVE SHOWS WHERE EVENT: lage." ''''!I1ths. The mayor and the bank oT the visitintr official were J'oni time ago a woman visitor

tn such trees or plants as the question presents itself: has IS MOST SACRED OF. ALL "But: since last July when Cov.i :. II' and all the: professional people Frank O. Roberts Morris Cochran had enlp'oyed; Walker to clean her: BIG! AIR TERMINAL
may be designated' ''ijitne I'lor'ei i the city poweiti-, tt i enact<<; ordinatices i David Sholtz reijueMed Julius1' F. y..luJ,tt''rr.1. Those who had fullI Merrill\ F. Sanls. U. B.flethl. J. 'ran.: file gaVe-hiln: : U.l&U lo buy t
ERA as :,et forth Af rang\. JolW.nnd \( ':I prohibit ing-: the .. violationof DURING. .' YEARIn Slums. .Ir.. state federal euiergenrf I Itim. -.j"1), ; contributed by luring: Win field Resell.! C. C. Symonelte. .rnatei'iale!, but the: car wad' nol . : ,, : .L "liB
in the event said owner shall any Mate taw and providing .1" . .relief admini, I rat or. to take ovt* additional labor to make improve- J. Frazier finder amid Everette R. (cleaned I until.'many. days later CONTEMPLATE. DIR .I dr. nl"t
'. .' 1.\ ,, .i'I .i it tarn
.Oil. |lofuse. III m-rU'rt'.toiOHirtly; ! penalty for so doing$ ? .1 IholdlitCfimiot. the affairs of the city, thing! have ;, menti on their property. Rivas. when Officer Csmero arrested him 1 SERVICE; ,:TO. VNHo!: .
I nrn
with the rerjuirentent.set forth in '- i i .,1' the folloille'U.'r to the been happeninir. acct l the.-work done. I r j I '
eai'l l written notice, the said "'' fie : "There is nnother, view of tinconstitatknalitv Editor j>/.. the Key,, P\:eat Citiz+'n. Citizens Volunteer Labor \ i''CAPTAIN 'AMERTCAN: Walker was;: 'given 'a change 1o .' ED STATES, 's
WEBBER LEGION ,,,,,,,,,,,,:_''i II "
.of this ordinance. oafs dtize-nj. his delinquency after he I I
"I' l'C'UI'Ullt| 'of tilid propeity Ma ''hall be guilty of a misdemeanor< , that, Jn worthy .if "'consideration. tf/lfoo.l'( .) Fiilay.UA day in nnteered to contribute neal'lt 2,- t fad l enteredp'ea:" of guilty: But .: ..8:04.: ._'.''. err'i."

and :-hall be punched as provided i. Section 11 of -Ivcclaration >fRights all the.'year which 'hould be (lU".fIlhours\) of work to the rehabilitation i ti ARRIVES IN CITY PLANSJWINSTREL he could say nothing in hit de- FRANKFURT-ON-MAIN, Gcr-
in this Ordinance'." I of the Constitution of sacred to Chri -tian.lom": of Key West. Homes fense. many. April 1 18.-Reduction in
"This section seeks to enforcethe Florida provides for a trial by "I have just read a letter from have been repaired! and repainted _H .i I - ,'lank from being "Germany-; ZC'j"< (

rules and! regulations of the' jury in all criminal prosecutions. the late learned Mayor Gaynor of unsightly buildings torn down :1 Captain S. W. Webber owner Tentative plans were made last THREE BUILDING i: pelin harbor" to a mere airship repair
"The effect of! this ordinance, of night: by the Entertainment: Committee shop awaits Friedrirhshafen
\ Florida ERA. with regard to spraying ; New York in which he speaks others rebuilt parks and playgrounds i'iand master of the Schooner Cave'ge.
plants or trees, growing in 'hI' |i if it be sustained: would be tn Good Friday, and it appears to mp : constructed. bathing! arrived in his of the AVthur Sawyer Pot "bf'n. in the spring; of 1936. the
City, of Key West and to require'rHCiq.anls '' evade this {revision of the Constitution that perhaps it will be well i if it beaches cleared and l modernized i; this week from New port York.on The No. 28. American Legion to have PERMITS ISSUED. contemplated dirigible service to
or owners of propertyto and thus deprive a person were published for the benefit of and parks lanes! and roads lined ) a minstrel show in the near the United States a started from
j vesrrl is berthed in the submarine
obey such orders of the }Florida charged. with violation of a our people. I herewith enclose a with flower beds wherever pos base l basin. future. i this city.
1:1:01I1I,1'r: : pain of punishment.: :, state law of his constitutionalright sible. I yacht !i The show will be a combination Contracts have been signed by
ermite issued
well known : and building
{ The captain ii i a Repair |
that the flora of Key < to trial of minstrel and vaudeville and a Doctor Hugo Kckener; and the
"It may be I: a by jury. The following: is the letter referred "Full advantage has been tak-
: : artist and is from the office of Building';
West has recently I !become infe,t- ,: "It is an ingenious effort toevade to by Mayor Malone: i en of the tropical vegetation native j! photographer: securing style show will also be featured Baker for the ; local authorities for' the erectionof
the the harbori
views of city and Inspector Harry
ed! with malignant disease or preyed the Constitution which the Good Friday to the island-and even of i with all local talent to be used.! a "world Zeppelin port" here
which he far his week ending April 18, were for
are beyond
utMin by destructive Pests: Courts should be alert to pre :March 25: li 10 the tropical fish to be seen in its says, 'beautifulj I The show will be under the direct Preliminary work on a huge h'tng-
which, will destroy the luxuriant vent. ) expectations and more supervision of W. II. Jeffrey, the following: j ar already is well under wall.I .
soon Dear Dr. Morrison: water! Many of these are not attractive than has beets hId New floors at 1118 Southard ;;
vegetation that has given I '"I hold Ordinonce 307 of the Your rules of living: which you found anywhere else in the United j. who has had many years experience E. Archer o..t.1't I "Better aero-dynamic condi
| itVOl' street. Owner (:
pictures. ;
Key West its natural beauty, and ; City of Key West to be invalid have been so good as to send me, States I j in directing shows. tions" are given as the reason brDr. >
furnished our people with an abundance ; and inoperative. and to car- "Several months the administration | Accompanying: Captain Webber i Mr.\ Jeffrey was a featured $125. I Eckener and Captain Ern.it'
sensible so j -
easy I
: so j i i.< Mrs. G. Boskins, writer of note I i General repairs to 417 South- '
of tropical fruits and flowers "((11) Because it seeks to impose ry out that I have a strong notion I I took over the old submarine player of the Broadway production Tobia Lehmann for moving the traf"icenter !!
who ard street J. B.
I is making a comprehensive Owner ;
for hundred years, and a penalty going to base abandoned "The Gorilla. which had a of the German airship rehrir --
a in the
over a upon person I to publish them. I am virtually ,
rtudy of the city and conditions; cost! $75.Ceneral.
I hat it i i- necessary to spray the for violating! orders and rules reed them occasionally and see ifI i naval station. The deserted run of 18 months at the Selwyn from its birthplace at Fried-
as well as securing information repairs to bottlirv plant j,
tree- and Key Wt-st! made han association and, follow Theater on Broadway. i richahafen. The administration
plants to save not t can even measurably finger; piers there have been made
: f and data for her writings. They I I I at Simonton and Front street '
from !becoming a barren waste; bv the !lawmaking: body of the, them for. as you know I have | into one of the most attractive Announcement of the date will cost, headquarters and coastruftiofj.
will (be here for time. Thompson :
but the State Plant Board the city. never been very careful of myself.I features of the city, in the form be made later. I works of the Zeppelin cone fn
Florida ERA or any other governmental "((2): Because there i is no interdiction suppose that before long I shall : cf a commodious yacht: basin one j Mr. Jeffrey is recuperating( at $300.In. last week the will however remain at Fried-
agency: cannot make rule in the ordinance of act s;; begin to feel the effects of it, andtire of the finest on .them. > ;whole. sea-'THREE E EMARRIAGE ':j the Marine Hospital: and as he i'4l the list printed showed the rich!!shafen
: omission of cipher
and order spraying: for which is required to remain here another I a Trials flight to and from
requiring:: : a penalty imposed,,, out from work. 1 board. roof on the
'without obtaining or consideringany ; in the second clause: of the first t This has always been the one month and being a member of cost of placing 1010'a new Varela street, I America will be conducted with
i UCENSES ISSUED building at which
the American Legion, he the super-airship 'LZ 129"
evidence was., re-
substantial and pertinent paragraph' of Section :3. day in the year which fills me when
J. C. Lord, a< ,
where investigation inquiryand "((3) Because the or.linan'et.t with awe. It is the day of thee SPECIAL I quested to put on a show! beforehis it should by bave been $900. la likely to be named "General"

evidence/ are necessary a< a k to impose a penalty for th 1 world's greatest: tragedy.) I see FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I departure. I Feldmanhall von Ilindenburir. '

baM, for the action taken.: State violation of a State Statute. Him all day long:: hanging from the ORANGE LAYER I 'There were but three marriage I:f I. '

ex rel Wolj n. vs. A. N. K. R. Co.. "((4)) Because it seeks to evadt. Cross on the hill called Golgotha. CAKE _____J __ 35c i licenses issued from the office of tKODAK.I FILMS I FOR EASTER NOTICE ELKS'
ft al. t 81!1 Fla. :38.1, 87 So. yOl I. 1 the Bill!! of Rights of the Con How bad they treated Him. and PINEAPPLE Hugh Gunn daring the week end- -
"I therefore find that Section ftitut ion of Florida bv depriving!:!: how the whole world deplores it: LAYER CAKE. .. 35c .1 ing April 18. Issues were mad. to Just Received Shipment ; GLADIOLI, EASTER Important matters to be 4111.!!
1 of the Ordinance making it apunishable a person of a trial by jury foi. I have never been able to understand i the following: J LILIES and ROSES 1 cussed at regular meeting Ker
HOT CROSS BUNS of All Sizes B. P. 0. E.
No. 551
offense for the owner violation! of a State Statute. those who have no feeling Pablo Cordoba and Tomasa Goa; West Lodge

(Ir occupant of any property to refuse "For these reasons the judgment about Good Friday. MALONEY PEACOCK I David Eugene Gallagher Jr. and j. Gardner's Pharmacy Soath Florida barns tonight at 8 o'clock

to obey the rules! and ordersof of the Municipal Court: oi r r Rev. William Morrison 812 Fleming St. Phone 818 Rozeina Thompson; John Mc- ....- 597 F.. 8..U. I I W. CURRY HARRIS
the Florida ERA with regard to Key West is reversed." ft| Brooklyn N. Y. I 1 Quinn and Kathleen Saunders. Pfco. 177 Fr. Delivery aprl8.lt F.. .R-




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?'AGE TWO TEE 1EYV 1Si THURSD. APRIL; 13, 1935. (
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br r. [S C'' 1J.;J X-RAY'S DISCOVERER 1 IW RSiilp.K ..... ..1' 'I eastward over the northern Plains

.. KEY WEST IN [ TODAY'S WEATHER 11 States, and o>er the Lake region

PublUhcd Dally Except Sunday: By Ninety years ago Wilhelm. Konrad WEST, WORSHIPBy and Ohio Valley, Denver, Col.,

Tllti ('ITIZ.. P. AKTMAX.: rfDLISIIl.NG PreaUeat.CO, IMC.L. Rontgen was born in Prussia:! destined to !1 DAYS GONE BY \.. .I I.II 130.18 I inches .and Sault Ste. Ma-

I Rev. Shuler Peel)) I Temperature ably showers in northwest 'rie, Mich. 30.10 inches. Rains
From Tb. Citizen liulluUn become one of the greatest benefactors of I Happenings Here Just 10 Yea.I ( I portion
Corner Green and Ann Street Ago Today A Taken From ....................... ,J Highest .. .. ..... .. ...... 82 | tonight and in north portion Friday 1 have occurred during the last 24

mankind for it was he who in 1895, at the :1 The Files Of*The Citizen I t. Sunday the gladdest'. ;' Lowest .. . .. .. ......... ..C8; ( ; slightly: warmer in north por-*I! hours in the middle Mississippi

t sly Dally Newspaper la Key West and Monroe age of 50, discovered; the invaluable I Easter is Mean .........-.A... ...._....... ...75 :I tion tonight. i I and lower Onio Valleys northern

County. X-rays, and gave his discovery to the t day in the church's calendart|t Normal Mean .............................76i .. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: I I NewEngland, and in portions: olI
Entered: at Key West. Florida, as second class matter I George W. Brow; leading man is a day potent with life,. pulsating -i i Rainfall Modt'ruteottheat! winds and ,I the southern Rocky: Mountain and

FIPTr-MXTII YEAH world. I I at the naval depot at La Playa, with love and radiant with I! Yesterday's Precipitation .0 IPS., weather partly overcast tonight I i Plateau regions, the heaviest. l>e-

Even in the comparatively short period was killed instantly this week at hope. It has been named the Day': Normal Precipitation .... .0<> Ins. :: and Friday. \ling O.'J-l inches: at St. Louis Mo.)
"..l er of Ike As..rtste4 I'r... of 40 since X-rays have been known San Diego, Calif.. when he was t I .1'hi. reeurd e....eri !4-....r t.rrioUemllnic East Gulf: Mo'crate to fresh I Temperatures have ri en in most
years i
.... Associated Press is exclusively entitled to use ,I struck on the head by a falling! lof Light. 'There are some .peoplewho'sa a! H .'. eLaeL this. MorniMK.Tomorrow's I southeast\ winds.WEATHER. (I II -tctions from the .MfaisMjpi Valley -
l.t republication of all news dispatches credited tIt and utilized, the number of lives that have is! Almanac
that Eater
or not otherwise credited In this paper and alasthe beam t that was being hoisted by a the name | eastward, and readings arc
local news iiuklinbed I.eru. : been saved and the amount of human suffering crane at the depot. His skull! was ,of Eastern: origin and comes from';i Sun 'rises. ..,?_......... ;_ C:0l a. m.I CONDITIONS j nerally near or above normal
| i': Sunsets ....,.. ........... 6:51 p. in. I .
i that has been averted incal- crushed. Brown has been a civil that throughout the this
are !the Eastern word mean country mornI
EDITORIAL) ) i Moon rises ...._... 7:52: p. m.
1tr-.lATlONAl culable. The employment of thus wonderful service employe of the navy for ': "SunriMng." Their reason fur t 1 i :Moon sets .... ..... ... 6:11 a. hi.i .I Pressure! continues low over the ,i I ing, except from the southern
30 years and was known to many : it north Atlantic: States. Ea tport.I Lake region and upper Ohio Valley
.eA.. /93S this is: : when the sun sets seems Tomorrow's Tides
phenomenon and is
surgery Key Westers while stationed at i i eastward the
'to die, and lives again when it;, A.M. P.M. I Me., 29.51 inches and the west- ,i over portions of
SD"CRIPTIO nATES now so commonplace as to excite little Dry Tnrtugas sonic years ago. : I leui disturbance has decreased in North and Middle Atlantic States.
tine Year ___ ... ..... ... __......_._10.00 ''riles.! So in this way it reprej-ents; High ....... .....-. 8:34 R:55! '; Maximum
pit Months ......... . . ...m..."..._...._____ 5.0' comment, but its importance is universally !: the death and resurrection of our I I Low ..... .. ..... 2:2'J: 2:25Uaronu.ter I I intensity and I moved southward! temperatures above WI
rhree: Ionth. . .' . .m ____.._....__. _._._......_ %.,. Due to a misunderstanding in Christ. [over the West Gulf States ; degrees occurred yesterday in central -
')ne Month _., .... . .... .... n' ___._.__ .8' recognized.In using the word envelope instead Lord Jesus at 8 a. in. today: I 1 Brownsville Texas. 2!J.<".f inches.I ''I Texas.
'NeeltlJ' ..... .... ..- .IsAUVEitTISINU i But this beautiful thought is I Pea level, 29.98.WEATHER I| :
surgery X-rays were first used) of letterhead the design that the 1 not the origin of Easter. The and presi re is moderately high: I G. S. KENNEDY.Official .
IIATESSPECIAL Burns company of New York will I from the north Pacific States i I in Charge.i .
principally to detect the and .
: the
'Mads knolm on application.! presence the back of their origin of Easter is resurrecition Lowest lliglte 'ti
I' use on envelopesit I __ __ _ ______ .
of the Christ who died for
NOTICEAll of substances
position foreign such as bullets mails out of their offices will t i Station- Last Night Yesterday! --- -- u -- - -

reading. rhltuary notices notices cards, etc.of. mill thank.b.,cbarr resolutions for at of.vppeet. in the body. But developments in be that which shows Key West as : our salvation and rose again in Abilene .......... 62 94 i

J.e rate of :0 cents a line. triumph over sin and death and I II I ....... 70 I
a strategic snipping point, insteadof l Atlanta .m 48 I
their have led to their
Nn11Ma for entertainments by churches from which use successful em- the The and most
k revenue is i to l.e derived are & cents a line. the cut bearing the slogan "It's grave. I' Boston! .............. 32 40 i You're Paying for this
in the diagnosis i and treatment of cheerful reminder throughout the
The Cilltca: Is ployment
an open forum and Invites dl cu.- Summer AH Winter in We I
lon of public Issues and subjects of local or general Key t. : entire of the love of:I Buffalo ............ 30 -10i
Jilt rest! but It will not publish anonymous communKfetlons. many injuries and diseases, and for other What the Burns company wants year i Charleston! ........ 5r. (ft Ii 1Be
this beautiful !
Christ is
useful purposes.For i is the design; on the back of the : ,:: Chicago ......,... 3-1 3HI PROTECTION1
the of
letterheads of the chamber ofComm..t It always comes in spring Denver .. ......... 3R 48
Americanism his: epochal discovery; Prof. Ilont- the After the cold season;i I --
: Establishing dancing year.
I >. This will lie forwardedat 'I Detroit .... .......31)) 48
schools for the hungry at government expense gen received the highest scientific honors once. i!. of the winter land ,all when nature in some seemingly parts of is! Galveston; ........ 70 7"I Sure You Get It!

including the Humford medal of the Royal I Havana .......... 70) -
The }bill introduced dead there the face
by Representative comes cross
I Huron .............32 roo
Society of London the Barnard medal of :
J. F'. Gusto of Monroe of the world a new sense of
I : Jacksonville ...... 56 7R I
An inquiring reporter asks: "What Columbia University in New York, which county, in the state legislature; beauty and sweetness. The sun Kansas City..... 4fi roo sro PS 1

kind of a husband does a ',wife miss.most?" was awarded in 1900 for the greatest providing circuit for the creation the of anew shines, brighter and nature like has a KEY WEST __ 68 82 8400 you QUICKER i ;
passed legislature; resuriection. So in mannerthe kd
...._ C6Los
Well, the little fellows are harder targetsto scientific discovery of the preceding five yesterday. The bill is of great ins resurrection of Jesus who is I Little Rock 60 tir err allelegists Ptove
Angeles ...... 5-1. 6RI othernew '
hit. years, and in 1901 the Nobel prize in terest to Key West inasmuch as the Son of Righteousness! produces -:I Louisville .......... 4-4 roI I II than new t 19.E G A
it will create of and II I "G. the_ r
district light
y a new beauty and joy J
physics. I Miami .......__... 66 78i I a
which Key West will be the home and life for evermore in the
Rontgen died in 1923, but his name i Minneapolis: ..m' 42 5lj (. I
A Knoxville parVer reports that after a of the Judge.: hearts of His followers.Let 78I
I New Orleans 66 ,
in that the will live forever among those of Jenner, I Key West worship the resurrected .m
wedding town or- !
ceremony This evening the birthday of I I New York ........ :88 4ftPenlarola ,
chestra appropriately played the good old! Lister, Pasteur and other immortals, whose: Carlos Manuel de Cespedes, who living Christ on this I ......_... 66 70l'ittsburgh I

hymn "The Fight Is On." labors in behalf of suffering humanity en- I i is to Cubans what Washington; is I:I Easter Sunday. It is our privilege ........ 36 48I : The "Goodyear Margin of
to in the early morn-
to Americans will be fittingly I St. Louis ......_... 44 48
title them gratitude. Safety" costs nothing 1
to everlasting ing hour at the runrise service in you
celebrated in San Carlos theater. Salt Lake City 40
:Mussolini appropriately says that I I Another event to be celebrated by j I Bayview Park, and then again in Francisco .. 52 66 II extra . why not have its

ALASKA-YUKON HIGHWAYLet's the afternoon at 4 o'clock, as we .... ......... 52 3
couple ".il(> practice birth control "in- Key Nesters will be the anniversary I'Seattle 42 ra
t 1 I listen to the sweet strains of : ... ..._.. I
of the passage of the joint Tampa .. 58 82'ashinJ1ton 1Kt4ik
dulge in gymnastic love, (which unlike "God'.s Holy City.V'orhip Key : i
hope that the Congress will see resolution of the United States 1 I: i \\ : ...... 38 RI'
hesterfields) does not satisfy." : States congress declaring war on West, Worship. Williston .......... 86 51;
it that Senator McNary's bill i
to -
I! appropriating f Spain. Many of the most prominent LEGALS I' : Lifetime 43% More Non-Skid MileageQuickerStopping

Huey Long could be more appro- $2,100,000 to start the projectto Americans antI Cubans in Key I' FORECAST Guaranteed SPEEDWAY

build highway from Seattle to Alaska, West and most of the fraternal : Grip
I a TII <'01 liT OK Till I
priately named kingfisher rather than bodies will take in the cele-! (Till 8 p. m., Friday) ,
part 1'\\ :"" '':TII JI'lilt'111.t'IH11'1'tit' I $550 Blowout Protection In I
kingfish, for the bird unlike this: fish, to be known as the Ailaska-Yukon high- brations. I TIII: ST\TI.: or n.oiimvIN .. Key Nest and Vicinity: Partly EVERY PlyGuarantee
the and .\'It Pull 'HI\Hii'OL'". '-,.
legislative jam
waits and after way, gets through .'IU' '. I 4.40.21
warily : plunges his prey. I IN ( :IU. f.ql
Raymond E. Seum. who playedthe ''i against road buI -
that work is rushed on the undertaking. In the .Mattrr of the Application "- I
role of Savory Eve in the I of Jessie Porter Kirketo aids
Already, it is said, there is some 1- 1!"<'<'.m<> a Kre Heftier $640
"Love Garden" is arranging to!
Fact of the matter is that the
young FINAL PKCUUi I: J Guarantee against defect: for
000 miles of roadway between Vancouverand give a series of specialty acts for I This matter coming on to !><.
ladies of Key West are getting prettier the heard this day ulsn the Report of l lJ I life
benefit of the local American
post \ 4.75-19
Fairbanks, and that leaves only about inoelot Lester, Serial i >IaRt -fIn J .
every spring; they do not have to wear Legion.; The entertainment I r"hanory. jo whom the lO'flll..nfil..1 \.: Other rhea in Our own guarantee and yearpropurrioa
2,200 miles to be built, at an estimatedcost will be given in the legion lirrrin was heretofore srttr- round service
shorts\ to attract attention and favorable: .'
..1 gl,1
red with direction tn take testimony ..
Of between house some time in fb ,
early :
comment. $14,000,000. course, rlllb-I and l make inquiry as to the capacity \ .
Seattle here is excel- i-ompeielicy and qualification, ofJrSKif I.S 1
Vancouver an
Editorial Comment Not all the married
: < Porter Kirke. a woman -
candidates , to tn* f charge of and manage "f COLONIAL SERVICE STATION
lent highway. political can prove they 1 .
While Congress is reforming everything her own tat. and prop.-rty and to i ibecome
Delegate Diamond of Alaska, has were born in a log cabin but alaige a free dealer and IIMUI| the Partly Cloudy
why not make every holiday fall on number can show that they I I testimony taken before said' !Special\ CLARENCE CRUSOE, Prop.
asked the House to appropriate $100,000and Master and submitted. with field r.port .-i cloudy tonight and Friday; moderate -
I Colonial Hotel Bldg, on Fleming Street
Monday. That will give two days recrea- were newsboys. ; and tinurt bring satisfiedas southeast winds. .
to negotiate a treaty with as to the capaclt' and (qualification
tion and at the samt! time not interfere so power According to a long distance of the said. Jessie Porter Kirke, a Florida: Partly cloudy, pro}.-

much with business. This is not a new I Canada: through which mast of the pro- message received by A. II. Mclnnis !I and married manage woman her to own taKe estate charge and of ----.- .. ._ _. .-

been before posed highway runs. The total cost to from Mrs. McInnis, an automobile property, and to heroine a free
it has
idea suggested by this is estimated at $2,000,000 accident happened last night near I dealer in every respect and theCourt I r V.A_'_4flrAr"'Ari/ITAlrL'TAT.AV____ _ _ _ A

others, and would prove a welcome in- country Miami when a car driven by Mrs. premises being,i thereupon fully advised in the ........................................................ ..............
while Canada's share i is $12,000,000. In- .i ,
novation.If M. B. Monsalvatge\ with Mrs. Mc- It lit hereby ORDERED. APJl'IMjEP.
: and DncnKED as fol.
asmuch as the road would connect this Innis and Mrs. B. C. Lones as occupants low, viz:
I for closer skidded the road and I. That the Report of the Special ; -
with Alaska and serve on
faithfully carried out of the i Master in Chancery filed herein -
between the two sections it capsized. Mrs. Lones received an on the 6th day of April .\. 1>.I Paint
agreements at Stresa will be welcomed by i relationship injury to the right hand. Mrs.\ 19JS.: lie and the same in herebyooiifirmed I C1eanUp- Up ,
that if the Uni- I in all respects. :
the world. Instead of entering into mili- appear necessary, :Mclnnis received a few brifises and i. ::!. That Jessie Porter Kirke,,
ted States could afford to assume a larger Mrs. Monsalvatge escaped without petitioner herein be. and she is
tary pacts to defend one another, the signatory I sin scratch.. hereby granted a license to manage, C ,
a take. of, and control her
share of the cost.WOULD charge
powers will bind themselves not to own estate; and property and to become .
The Caridad Society will hob' a a free dealer in every respectIn Fix Up ,
attack other nation. Unless this
any ex- TIME accordance with the statutes olthe .fI J .
bazaar at the K. C, hunt at
State of Florida, and to hold,,
pression of good will i is nullified ityill ,
and Virginia streets Monday night. I use, and dispose of her ""roaratel.r"l..rty
The funds received will be used in the same manner an i II
menu on earth.at least for !
peace .. .... se .manyyears .. l. At the present time when Congress Cuban sheere a single woman. In The t
for the assistance!! of needy I
to come. I Ia.ne and submits a constitutional amendment to the families. .I at Key: West. Florida this 8th dayof e
.\prll.D.. U3:>.

A. women \'enttpn\I\} 1st t ,jn Jlongkong s'tates. :: they may take their own time in Cleaning of lots on the north',,Judge JKFFKKSON of: the Circuit B.Court HROWNK.of thTwentieth .. Better Housing Program

charged the! equivalent! : .MiC) hijpe* cents I passing: i upon the name. side of the County Road still con-I Slate of Florida Judicial in Circuit and for of Mon-the I ,,

fof lists Jfn '' > Some think that every such amendment tinues. Weeds, bushes and small I raw County. a rll.IIImar::: ; :!:-9 '
American t fothe")
monej1 answers 1 trees hare been removed with the :I ::
should contain limitation
of her unborn child after being ques a on result that lots which! were u.n.. MtTIC'K 01' ilMM.ICATlOV' poll
tioned. She got KX'! months in Jail, where time in which ratification by the necessary kempt and offensive* the eyes,'I L \ AMI IIKKII J Give Your e

she can talk to her heart's:; content in I number of states must occur if it i is to be now have a spick and span ap- WHEREAS. Juan Carhonell hasfiled : Property

effective. petrance. I with the Hoard of County :
whatever language the child speaks. : Commissioners of Monroe County. '
This discussion is being caused:; by the A full page; advertisement of .Florida an application for permitto C Is.
Shades of I'arnum Even he couldn't nell. liquor, wines and beer i iElection in: Deal
of the child labor amendment, the Key West! Electric company in District :No.; 1 of saidCounty SAN ew
have thought up that one. )progress this issue' of The Citizen shows a I and State: : /
which was submitted over ten years ago. picture of the comfortable and Any citizen of such election district
may came. If any therebe
When you were a boy and won some Twenty-two states have ratified the commodious buses which will be at the next regular meeting ol f: C S
said itoard. why such permit shouldnot l ,
marbles, how would you have answeredthe amendment previous!' to ratification. used in the new transportation! sysutern !l.e granted.
of the company and the an- O SEAL) ROSS C. !SAWYETl. e
suggestion from the onlookers to share Representative Wadsworth, New i nouncement that fares will be five Clerk Hoard of Count Commissinners .
of :\fonr.ounf<< '.
) FlorMa. @)
your winnings? Certainly with no degreeof York Republican, points out that there are cents. aprll-lS-2::!' Ji

enthusiasm and if five constitutional amendments now be- _._ .. .
you were compelledto -- - --- -- ------------- - -
divide the marbles you had won by ;your fore the state, two of which date back to r--- i iI

skill obtained by long practice you would 1789. .

simply give up playing, and if all the players I Your I Arrange a loan at your bank under the Federal :
: would do likewise the manufacturer SILVER GROWS SCARCE
of marbles would be compelled to go out S Housing Act on easy monthly terms :

Silver is growing increasingly scarce. .
of business. is the time to modernize your home and ,C
The American government's silver
1 to make such improvements? to your property as may

Whether the city will spend more purchase program, whereby thousands of be needful or desirable before costs advance too

money by again appealing to the tate ounces of the metal are purchased in the much. I Don't Wait For Materials \

supreme court in the Gerry Curtis reInstatement world market from time to time has absorbed -

case: which has been pending much of the available supply.In I See us about the U. S. Government plan on it cC To
Advance In Price \
since September, 1932, will be put up to addition, foreign governmentswhich long term modernization loans. C

the commission for action. Curtis yesterday hold large quantities of silver, suchas .h

won a decision for reinstatement as China, are showing disinclination to Enjoy the benefits while you pay. I .
..1I .
park superintendent, but there may be sell, for fear that their banking and currency -

other technicalities the city might use for systems might be disrupted as a re- I The First National Bank ot Key West I "Your home is worthy of the best"i I

court purposes.: Already the city must pay sult.

Curtis back salary for the entire tim The inevitable consequence of this Member of the Federal Reserve "1.1| i South Florida Contracting Engineering' Co. j

since his removal, and this:; much seems trend will be gradual appreciation in the i :.
Member the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .
settled regardless of appeals. Curtis probably value of silver-and the more demand out- of : Phone 598 White and Eliza Street

would take the job only long enough runs supply, the higher the price will be- YOUR BANK .. ,

to qualify for his back pay.-Whirligig come. That means much to the future of I .a., ......e......................................c.........................

3liami the mining industry both here and abroad. "
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tVSOPSli Jamtt 8 tint on. ft.ka James squirmed In his chair but SPORTS FORCES OF FERA 1 1I COLUMN

: ettw Van Jockeyed Northnp Into asking to marry lkwcoltky said no more. In his heart of hearts I I A new !senior baseball league I I...... ........a........
ftfm wlu. Leslie Harris the girl he felt the arguments were all on 'I I
A* cannot teem to forget U way the side of his aunt i.was organized yesterday with ROOMS
for a Month Ntno Jamet accastewed I'
''three I
t. kit position aj thi tail of Mr. Northrup was as good as his I DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED- teams entered the Trojan!!, !"THE MUNRORooms
tkt Stlmion find that Jan i unex.
wen word. He not only bought the Tyler !1 Busy Bee and
c d keg mother kar tea ektiTOt YESTERDAY AFTERNOON I celled in price and location.
of kirn' He tries to rebel when Jan place at a generous price but had I - -- -. ._ _. The league will
- with its
tntlttt, on living Itl a kovs arr"athe open : 128 NE 4th Street, Miami. Fla.
the deed made out in his daughter'sname
trrel from krr mother instead ................................................. ; TERMINATED WITH SCOREI i I first! games Sunday afternoon ; apr4.16txPIANO
of i* the old and benulitul BII""oll"ollIe. and told her she could go as 'ATHLETICS LOSE I
far as she liked In making It over to I I READING 5 TO 4 I starting at 1:30 p. m., it was! announced I
please her. DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS I [ today. At that time Tro- t TUNING

Chapter 22 It was a conventional brick house I TO SENATORS IN : i jans and Busy Bees will play in PIANO TUNER Laureano lIoi -

DEFEAT"VtfELL of the type much favored In the I Ii i I (By JOVE) I the opening event. A second game i reno Excellent piano, for sale

eighties when it was built, and Jane |I i (By GRAVY) J The Lighthouse ten of the Social I' will be played later in the afternoon i: cheap 1018 Division street.
then. demanded Jane spent many radiant weeks In overI|I ........................'ee.....cae.e.ee.ee.e.e..eI : Diamomlball League defeatedthe j, between the Trojans and the marSO-lmo
1I "da yon think It's fair when seeing Its alteration. i Lopez team
my mother Is giving up everythingand II I I Next Thursday afternoon, manya j I lad and the proper thing for smart ; boys; of the FERA office force ,I All games are to be played at I

you're getting what she loves JAMES went through the house j REDS TRIUMPH golfer will be happy while on j I people to do is to teach "iger- yesterday by a score of 5 to 4. i the Navy Field, it was announced. FOR RENT
best, tbat I should consider your Jane from cellar to garret. | the other hand just as many will ant" ones, like the writer, and !so! ( I
I I I It was hair-raising from
wishes entirely Instead cf hers-In lie thought it was hideous and OVER PIRATES IN LATE Le said." The reason seems to be I Horace took up the school business -| game I I' BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

one little matter I want to do what could manage no more than a grnd; that the happy ones will have a and here he is today. j start to finish, and the score COLORED TEAM TO Hour Day or Week. Repairall

:you want of coarse. But I can't be Ing. 'It Isn't so bad.I ." RALLY; RED SOX WIN IN I free dinner coming to them at the I e c i! Mood 4 to 2 in favor of the officeI I makes and paint them with

happy !If you force me to hurt Mother should say It Isn't, you ungrateful GAME WITH YANKEES I expense of the sad ones! who will I boys when the beacon crew cameI Nu-Enamel. We carry a full
But gentle readers, interested PLAY IN MIAMIMembers
you, are -
10, Just at this time. supply of parts.! Agent for the
old bt'ar.Jane laughed. I have to pay for same. Capt. Timo- !! in why and how he plays I to bat for the last half of the ninth I .
There seemed nothing for Jamesto "But wait until I get through with : theus Hiawatha Pittman says he i 1 'and Dayton Bicycles.And
of'coarse golf, so now we will get to that: inning. sell them low $5.00
after that but that as as
say It. Walt until see plans. t
you my C'ip..I t. The Cl......) I has bamboozled Capt. "Papa" . .
they would live in the Tyler place. Janedid not seem to be offended Russell!! Kerr in ,giving Russell all I j Stanltflit'd out to third. of the Coconuts, colored I down and $1.00 per week. We
But he said It ungraciously. When but neither did she show him the I NEW YORK, April 18.-With the losers and keeping the winners Horace being another of tho e Ktickney :singled to right. R. AlI I baseball)) team will leave here Buy and Sell all makes of used
he kissed Jane goodnight she clung plans nor Invite James to inspect President Roosevelt' looking on,I guys who looked on and saw how I I I Bicycles Phone 276. J. R,
for himself. In my next dis- I : Saturday morning over highway
to him with unusual tenderness and the house again until the carpenters I the Washington! Senators defeated -, sertation you will read the names easy! it appeared to be to knock a j Burnett l I to play a series of three i Stowers company 515' Duvali
whispered shyly In his ear how much and plumbers bad finished and home run whenever the street apr9-tf
overicame I
I the Philadelphia Athletics'! yes- of said teams. urge j pled to left and Stickney scored. games with the Miami: Giants i i
she !oved him and how happy he had: the painters and hangers were took the I
:you up
made afternoon close All'ury went to third and ArcherI there. A doubleheader will be I
her. about to move In. terday by a score I show the boys how it should be I EXCHANGE
Jane 'was not overly given to Then she led him proudly to the of 4-2. Twenty-one thousand! i Our hero of the personal glimpse I done. As yet he j is! still' geeting to I to second on the throw in. Demeritt played Suntla.dnd a single gameis
I column today will he the acme of singled to right and both runners -, to be played Monday. HOUSE
tenderness' demonstrations second floor to show him two shiny I the 'em. 11 ROOM FURNISHED ,
where he show
witnessed the exhibition in point ;
". fans can '
acteptf: tl'v'i'atblt' :4ha> gave-so new bathrooms-actually; two bathJanewhisfered -. the art of education our old II . . I scored and the game was' Players who are scheduled to best residential section; Two
: I which the Nats went to victory Professor HoraceO'Bryant i make the trip R. Sands E. i
<1-: .......... / "VX .ate-< o i I friend and pal o\er. are baths Oil Heat.Two -Car Gar.
IL A.It!. z : I lx generally familiarlyand With his !size he ought to ret Denieritt. Sands, f.. $tgrr, A"Smith, E.
I Mr.: Roosevelt! who was accom- j I At bat the leader were B" I age for large Hwfte ,or small

II I pani J by an official party, including : better known as "Hand+ome 1225 yards on each and every shot" I who hit three safeties iQ Smith A, Dean Manager G. Dean. I Hotel furnished:' Roy ',Gordon!.,
t II General Jim; Horace"a I Sometimes he gets nearly that four times up; A, Roberts Archer; Sr., G.: Dean: Jr., R. Pinder B. 97 Paige St., Lowell,* Mass\
Postmaster! S '' when he watches what he doing. safeties i Butler P. Suarez. O.l\Iclntorh. A. '
I is and! Frohock. each with two I afr1-4 ii55':
F ..vx Farley was heartily cheered as he I Well, the gentleman whom we I a I t i in four tries :Mclntoth, A. Finder and A. Rob -

performed his annual stunt of are discusiing first saw the light i His most dependable shots are In the field Archer Albury.j erts.The I . WANTED

pitching the first ball across the i of day in a bailiwick in Illinois, I lof the wood variety but his chip I Bailey and :McKinley played a I games being played Sun II WANTED chance to bid on_
known Danville Besides Horace day and Monday are expected to
as I great game. .
plate. Jimmy Foxx knocked a shots are generally better than his j
order. The
Danville\ i is also noted for be- I long irons. When he is :, Score by innings: R. II. E. 1 determine the best colored team,, your next printing
i putting
home run during the game. :i ing the home of Uncle Joe Cannon/ :Ito win he usually does but often i I Adm. . 001 000 021-4 11 3 !. in South Florida as each team is 'I Altaian Press aug7ARCHER'S

"a5rF I The Cincinnati Reds downed the who was Speaker of the House of his ball is !short of the hole which :; Light. .... 020 000 003-5 8 7 considered the leading one of Key

Pittsburgh Pirates to the tune of I I.1. Representatives so long that he I naturally takes another stroke. I Batteries: E. Roberts and Cooper West and Miami. Ir

71. Guy; Bush turned the Reds practically owned the job. * e ; B. Demeritt and F. Stickney. I
I II * a Summary: Errors: Dion 3, Rob- Young; Phil Price aged four of
back with only one hit in the first But since Horace plays! for the I
I, Well it seems that Uncle Joe I erts :2: Valdes 2. Hale Barker Pulaski Va., may be able to en- I
five innings and then Chick Haley ; fun of it, he never expects nor GROCERY
joy life just "Phil. But
lived on the same street even as! I Burnett; home run: B. Demeritt; as plain
d batted out a triple in the sixth ; our dashing hero, the street being I wants'! to be City Champion. lie three base! hit: Hale; two base hits: I his full name is Philademayroseideeonia .
y "The Store That Serves
leaves that to like Li Plummer -
that sent in two run Erickson ; named Vermillion.\ No wonder our guys Archer Cooper. Manucy; stolen ; Price f

fir ?ar also drove out a homer when the! friend i i.s! so bright. or maybeumpsy". *: . Strunk. II bases: Stanley Stickney. A. Roberts You Beat"BETTER

s Reds scored two more runs. * e I ; struck out: Demeritt 2. Roberts FOODS
The Boston Red Sox were successful -! Well Some of these! times tho, Horace 2
}, after Horace began; to j 1 ; bales on balls: Demeritt I Unexcelled Service-Lowest
over the New York Yankees grow his parents liked the name is going to unwind on some Roberts 2; double plays: Robertsto I I Prices

in a ten-inning battle, which I Florida so they migrated to a of those wood shots and he is go- ( Cerezo. Bailey to McKinley to ,

;. resulted in a score of 4 to 3. :Maxi place up near Ocala. Horace, be- ing to knock a ball like Clarence Barker; time of game: 1:10; umpire RUSSELL'SCIGAR Catering to those who always '

I Bishop drove out a homer with! ing a growing boy and doing all Camber and then he will have a : Ubieta. i demand the finest .in

pinch hitter Roy Johnson on basel his swimming in Silver Springs comeback for all the razzberries I foods, prompt and efficient

to tie the count 22. j I where the water is plenty deep given him by Tim Pittman on the Robin Lee, 15. of Brooklyn, recently -; ; service and prices as low or

The Chicago White Sex went to and not liking to get his head wet. Biltmore course. won the figure-skating STORE0 I lower than elsewhere.. We

I I J I victory over the Detroit Tigers! 71 walked around in the Springs and eec. ehd''
to C. Schoolboy Rowe met a red-I that is why he grew up to those Horace says as long as he plays State. defeating; last! year's champion I i of staple and fancy Groceries

hot reception as Zeke Bonura led 6 feet 2 inches, which he now i is.! well enough to get a chance to Roger; Turner 32-year-old - in the city
loved him.
hew much she
I the Sox on a wild hitting spree' to . play the Miami crowd once in a Boston Iaw'er.Richardson's. Baseball Returns We Welcome Responsible ,
James left her with a mingled rooms; there was a lavatory besides set' the champion Tigers; down. As.! stated before he was a smart while he is satisfied. Daily Accounts

tumult of emotions. But as he on the ground floor under the stairs. I The summaries: . . .. _..
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cam: out from the Northrup'a front James admired the bathrooms. NATIONAL LEAGUE I By Wire ONE STOP SERVICE

door and saw the Tyler house loom He hoped to have one entirely to I'I At Cincinnati R. II. E. ( GroceryFRIDAY Order All Food Need.

ing darkly before him be glared at himself but Jane explained that one Cincinnati( ....... ..........711 3 BUSY BEES DOWN TWIN BILL TONIGHTBY _AND SATURDAY -0- Through' \Jti

It balefully and felt that a thousand in the front was for her use and that Pittsburgh .... .......... ... 4 13 0 I Butter. tt is 36He I COME IN AND GET THE
mocking eyes behind those hooded of their guests while he would share Batteries: Derringer and Erick- ATHLETIC CREWCONTEST SOCIAUEAGUE I Maxwell House Coffee, Ib 31c RESULTS OF THE Fish Turtle Oysters

staring windows were glaring balefully the back one with their servant Oh fon; Bush Swift and Padden. I Blue Coffee ID>> . .. ..... 2Sc 11 MAJOR BASEBALL Fruits Vegetables!
back. well. There was a single bathroomIn .. .
K.ff. Haa?. tb>> 49c Meats
James and the Tyler house were his old home. Sugar 5 Ibs. .... ...... . 25c i LEAGUES Dairy Products
open enemies from that moment andtney Jane had not been able to changethe New York at Boston postpone!! PLAYED LAST EVE- GARAGE PLAYS ARMY IN- INITiAL Milk, can ...... .. 10C and llc -0-
she wished ('d, cold weather. 44c AH Competition met with
tolerated shape ot the rooms as Cream 6 can 40c acd
than barely
never each other at time there- but she had added a bay window to NING RESULTS IN SCOREOF TILT AND LIGHT. Tomatoes, can ..._. ."... "" ." SC Low Prices and High Quality.
after.In i the back parlor and had nearly all Brooklyn at Philadelphia, post Salt, 3 pkgt. . .. lOc SOFT DRINKS, Phone 67 Free Delivery
the doors on the lower floor torn I poned. cold. NINE TO THREE HOUSE IN SECONDBy Guavas 2H size can 20c ETC.
the morning the unpleasanttask out and enlarged Into open passageways Pean, 2J!* size can . 22c 814 Fleming Street
awaited him of breaking the ; hkgo I Peaches 2% size can 18c I 1
flanked on either side by solid Ft. Louis! a postponed!!
news to his Aunt Sarah. As be ex Siam Rice, 5 Ibs. .. . 3Sc
oak '
peeled, she took it badly. She was pillars. coM I I (By JOVE) ( JOVE) Baked Beans 6 cans .. '.. 28c .
not only angry-she was bitterly offended "I like a house to open up grandlyand The Busy Bees defeated the The Garage team of the Social Jelly 3 Ib>> box ...... .. 24c -

1 and she and James almost'! Jane give an out air "It of will spaciousness be so nice AMERICAN LEAGUE I I Athletics last night at Bayview Diamondball League will play a Flour 6 Ib>> sack .. .-. ...._ 28e !
At New York R. It. E. .. . 35c (11111111111.l14TII.I.
quarreled. James naturally defended doubleheader Ovaltine small 1I"'iS
She Park. The final 9 to 3. tonight at Bayview
when we are entertaining. score was
Jane. Boston ......., 470 I Ovaltine large .. . .. 65c
waited for compliments. New York .. 3 9 2 The features of the game; were: Park. Prunes 2 >4 size can - 22c
"Hut wouldn't gill want to
any that entire
James thought an
live near her own mother he downstairs that could be seen at a Batteries: Rhodes, Walberg'I B. Robert!, who tried to catch In the first game the Mechanicswill Cra Crackers pkg. 24c Just

argued.! "That Is any girl who really glance looked like a hoteL lie said Welch II. Johnson! and R. Ferrell; I the ball on his nose. tackle the Army league leader Potatoes Sausages in 10 Lard Ibs., can.. .. 23c 15c Three.
loved her mother" bluntly. "When I go In a room Hike fluffing and Dickey.At Manola, who caught one on his and in the nightcap will play Tuna Fish can ., ..... 15c. 1
"It seems to me that It your to be able to close the door behind the Lighthouse ten. Tomato Paste, lOc
mother could come here from Ken melock It when I want to." \ 4k Washington R. If. E. jaw. These games will he seven-in 2 for . .* jlpc .

tucjiy: and your pr: nd mother aU (ftt "That's rather old-fas lloued! Isn't PHihOiVt'hla! --.-.-_.... 2 10 2 Armando, who caught the ball ning. affairs. Cod Fish Cakes, 2 cans wn 25c

way from New England thaj'janiNnftlirup it?" '1.. > Washington ........'.. 480 on his ribs.Leaders I Friday the Recreation ten will Pimentos, 3 cans .'-' 2ScRinso. Months Left ,

might: be able to (live a "Perhaps I'm old-fashioned. Batteries: Cain. Dietrich and at bat were: Ward play the Army boys and on Satur- 3 pkf.. .,' .....- -f..f,24c t .
Oat Streets. aald Miss Sarah her cate you.out of It Anyway you'll ton '. i with three hits in four times1 I up; meet the Administration for the Ivory Soap 6 bars'' . 34c 10 '

Tatre trembling. .Q> l' haxtha library. I've ,planned to: PI I II I Admando and Peter( each' with last1 came..' Pepper 3 cans ,.? ...*._; 25c I :I in which to take advantage.
t -
: "
make'that special den. Ton, : 't1ri' : '" tIn String Beans 2 cans -.- 25c .
.. your I At Detroit R. II. E. I two safeties in three s 'Standing of the league: Calumet liberal .
Powder of
1 know, but Jane Is an can lock yourself in there as often Baking our offer on .
,MyKI.L. mother I Chicago ...... 7 10 3 the field Hale and Higgs and Club- W. L. Pet. fb can __ .. 25c I

daughter and her she is as you please. his future Detroit ..... ....... ((570 Castellano played well for the Army ......... ..... ... ,0 1 .860 Pig Feet jar ISc and 28c
James Inspected sane.turn
goes around crjln.; "because Batteries: Jones, Wyatt and Garage ...... .. ,.. .. .. 5 2 .715 Cooked Brains 3 cans .?. 25c '
tearing!!: home and gloomily. At least It had a fireplace Bakers and Goehring and Pelli-
.. ...
Lighthouse'! .. 4 4 .500
Sewell Rowe and Cochrane.
"Indeed7" sniffed the other. 1 and had had a black marble ; Phone 6S8-R Free Delivery! "LIFfOP"
cier for the A's.
Admini5trationI 4 500
wonder how Mrs. Northrup managedto mantel Now that was cone; and In Eaton and Elizabeth Streets
lire through the three years Jane its stead stood a horror In elaborately Cleveland at St. Louis!, postponed Score by innings: R. II. E. Recreation .. ... 3 4 ,428

was Hast and in Europe?" carved oak with little fretted balconies rain. Bees ... 132 030: 000-9 12 3 -- -

"Rut Mrs. Northrup spent most which reached to the celling. I A's ........ 002 010 000-3 7 7
c-f her Rummers in the East with It stood back to back with Its twinIn Refrigerators ,
Jane.:' the entrance halt Between them LEAGUE STANDINGS Batteries: Ward and M. Ace- I A GOOb-RYE

"And there's nothing: to prevent was a square opening with Its top vedo; Tynes, Gabriel. H. Gates T _

her spending as many hours as she and sides lined with mirrors. The and Goehring. Over one hundred of JJ'" ,
wishes of most of the days In the opening destroyed the last vestiges AMERICAN LEAGUE
year with Jane as Ions as they lire ot possible privacy la the library.: Club- W. L. Pet. Summary: Two base hit: Bethel our customers have already :. .

In the same town." "What's the Idea of that: baler Boston ......................._ 2 0 1.000 ; stolen bases: A. Acevedo 2. S

"Well. then this house Is pretty James asked Cleveland .................. 1 0 1.000 Castro, Gabriel, Tynes; struck LOW PRICEREAD taken advantage lI' .

big for a young: girl to late care of" "Isn't It pretty? That's my Idea Chicago ...................... 10 1.000 out; by Ward 2, by Tynes 3; baseson ,
"The Tyler house Is not smalL The entirely. 1 mean to keep fresh flowers Washington .............. 1 0 1.000 balls: off Tynes 4, off Ward 1;; of this attractive offer. f-l;

trouble with this place Is that It Is there. They'll be reflected In the Detroit ...................... 0 1 .000 wild pitches: 5; time of game:: ( THE BACK LABEL-AND KNOW THE AGE) ,

too far away from North New Con three mirrors." St. Louis ............... .. 01 .000 1:30; umpires: Gonzalez Capote r '
cord here most of the young people It seemed so awful to James that Philadelphia ........... .. 0 1000' and Lopez.

live. Our neighbors aren't very rash be laughed. New York ....._.._.. .. 0 2 .000() _,. $100 II .
lonabe.! We're on the edge of things. fcopyrght.1135, Mattel B. T_lam) Standing of the league: V4

and."Jane wants to live near the center Tomorrow, .la-. hat a passage at I NATIONAL LEAGUE Club- W. L. Pct. 1Si L Ldown Q

arms with tetlie.j Club- W. L. Pct. Busy Bees ..._ 4 1 .800 W I/

- ._- -- Boston ........................ 1 0 1.000 Lopez Funeral Home 3 2 .600 $ S HOLDS All THIS MODI S

I Brooklyn .................... 1 0 1.000 Athletics . 2 6 .250 and $1.00 .
Paul Behne New Orleans 2 Ik.2 5.pr+ erns
GAMES TODAY j a boy __._.... 0 1.000 Soc. .
Chicago ......._. 1 1 ass* 1 Ib. wicf
who lost both hands in a railroad month until 2k".cbme.2 CA m*fnu
Pittsburgh ........__.._ 1 1500 KEY WESTCOLONIAL per hiu e I bottle catsup
AMERICAN LEAGUE I accident, has become a capable Cincinnati .._.__ 1 1 .600 I bottle cMmcs a 2 lbs
tint. ra.st.l ked
Boston at New York. artist holding the brush or pencilin New York .._.. 0 1 .000 HOTELIn July lettuce 1 big f cmmttt
: .._ 0 1 .000 By good we mean a straight 100 :2 Ibs. MBtos. t beach '
Philadelphia at Washington. the elbow-crotch of his left St. Louis e.I.,. 2 trss Itmit i
Chicago; at Detroit. I Philadelphia _..._.. 0 1.000 the Center of the Business proof whiskey packed to the cork .: See us regarding this Itautmt 1 isf ssted S 4ntn dozen.t otimmtt 1 Ib. -, '
,; arm. '' and Theater District with flavor and ..,* a 2 lf-o.er coo.uuwri ,S
bouquet, taste
Cleveland at St. Louis. trial plan e I CioLl4Iitr beai
1 MONROE THEATER 2 quick ftseriagtare(30
richness. low rock-
By we mean a
: First Claaa-r..I- Ice CBbtl-2: IbS. Ct ice
NATIONAL LEAGUE BENJAMIN LOPEZ I Josephine Hutchinson Brent in and S MbU! Rate bottom price for liquor of such 'lyet'';r sf .
: FUNERAL George
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.St. See how like it!
good quality. you tit

New. Louis York at at Chicago Boston. Established Key W.a'"s 49 Oldest Ye Robert THE Yoang-Stuart, RIGHT TO Erwin LIVE in COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl PENN-MA1YLAND CORPORATION The Key West Electric Co. :

Brooklyn at Philadelphia. 24-Hrar Ambmlanee Service THE BAND PLAYS ON Crag Elevator A Di...... ., N....... DwciOtntt
Licensed Embalmer Mti aeet Bale..,.. lOei Or I...- Popular PrtcM Fsecab. New Y..k,N.Y. f 1 .I.1.1Lli.l.lIIIIIII.l.ljI
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i EINHORN GIVEN WAGNER l BREWINGCO. 1..1 I Today's;;; .I Today's Birthdays

:-: SOCIETY : : SCHOOLHONORSKEY WILL AWARD I.........................t............._......,...1.1I Anniversaries I ........................

Gwynn Bethel, deputy sheriff,]! A. V. N'orthrup, with the engineering -1 I Clarence Varrowof: Chicago
............................................J.... I PRIZES IN CONTEST left yesterday for Matecumbe\ ,I forces at Matecumbe,: ........e..ea.ae...... iI t tI tI I famed lawyer, burn at Kinsman,

Association WEST BOY ATTENDING I summoned for duty on the keys I who was in Key West for a visit I 179'j-John Young Mason, Virginia Ohio, 78 years ago.

I II with friends, left yesterday after:i! congressman, jurist, Secre-i j
ParentHolds UNIVERSITY PLACED ON I I I James A. Gardner left yesterday -' noon. i Mary I of the Navy, Attorney-Gen-': Clifford P. Storehouse of Milwaukee
Meeting On Tuesday AWARDS WILL BE MADE FOR afternoon for Jacksonville I I eral, born at Greensville, Va. Died II t editor of the Living

-- COMMITTEE BEST SUGGESTIONS FOR en route to Belton. Texas wherehe Lieutenant W, E. I'. Roberts,]I in France, Oct 3, 1859. |I,I Church, born there, 31 years ago.i .

Regular monthly meeting of Eyes" and included the following will visit with relatives. Florida National Guard, arrived l,I -
the Key;.West Junior-Senior High' members of the Glee Club: Jesus UPBUILDING OF STATE OF r yesterday from the camps on the'I 1815-Beriah Magoffin. the I I i Dr. James W. Crabtree, secretary
Hprrial' f The CilUmtj >> the National Education
${jejiapl 1 .Parent-Teacher Associa 'Carmona, Bebe Spence, Cleo GAINESVILLE, April 18.-;: FLORIDA Mrs. Warren Bethel left by rail| keys to spend a brief vacation:; Kentucky governor who resigned
born i in
A."o.'ashin D. C.
lion ;,ways held in the auditorium I'[I Kemp, Edris Lowe, Frank Alvarez j {! yesterday afternoon for Tavernier i! with his family because he found it impossible to ;: ,
Tuesday evening with Mrs. M. E. Joseph Pinder, Chester.Raymond Einhorn, Key West! t j I where &he will spend a while with I keep neutral in Civil War days :\: Scioto Co., Ohio, 71 years ago.

Berkowitz presiding.An Knowles and Norma Garcia. i I senior in ,the College of Business; j ji [ relatives and friends. Mrs.' A. J. Arnold and son, of i; born in Ky. Died Feb. 28, 1885. :
i The Compa'ny Dr. Robert Van V. Anderson,
:[ Wagner Brewing I __ i j
enjoyable program was rendered -!, An interesting talk was made' Administration, was announced New York who was spending a I
I 1 I I I noted geologist, born at Galesburg -
j Charles H. Ketchum whose I today the University of Flor- i ij j of Miami is offering prizes II chancel- while in West left : 1817
by the school glee club un-;: by as |i Reno S. Harp, supreme Key yesterday -George: Henry Lewes 1
111., 51
der the direction of Miss Emily I subject' was "Morals of Our Chil-j ida candidate for the Phi Kappa!! amounting to one thousand dollars ; for of the Knights of Pythias! ar- afternoon for Miami and from; English writer, born. Died Nov. I III years ago.
Crosland, .mu ic instructor. After' dren and How They Should Be| Phi Sparks Memorial ...Fellowship! '' for the best suggestions for !!; rived yesterday to pay an official ;: there will go by highway to the I28, 1878. Charles Michelson of Washing-

opening the meeting with the I Guarded." At the conclusion of j, for 1935.) Selection of Einhorn 'I Ii ':1 the upbuilding of the state of visit to the organization in Key i principal cities in the eastern section -II i I r I ton. D. C., editor and writer, born
Lord's Prayer and salute to the I, Mr. Ketchum's talk the business j was made by the Phi Kappa Phi'I Florida. The first prize is $500.00, I I West. I I of the United States before 1828 Frank H. T. Bellcw,I II !I at Virginia City, Nev., CG years
flag a saxaphone solo was given!1 session followed. i fellowship committee and announced -j:I i the second prize is $250.00 and returning home. I American caricaturist, born in !: ago.
by Hector Barroso who was accompanied Minutes of the previous meeting j by Heskin A. Whittaker, I II i 1 five additional prizes of $50.00 I I Paul Lowe of the P. and (). S.i I India. Died June 29, 1888.!: I
on the piano by Miss were read by the secretary, secretary of the chapter. each.The I I S. Company, left yesterday afternoon -I[ M. E. Gilfond, acting FERA Dr. Louis C. Cornish of Boston.
Beulah Lee Williams. This was Mrs. Ida Kennedy and the Na-I I Einhow, who is majoring in accounting -II contest closes midnight!: for Miami to spend two I i administrator in Key West, and i 1 1835-John Henry Dolph, not' president of the American Unitarian
followed by a number from the' tional President's Message was| at the University has I June 15, 1135* and the awards' weeks with his family j Mrs. Gilfond. left yesterday aft- ('dew York City artist and painter I' Asso., born at New Bed
glee club sextet singing "Cradle 'given by Mrs. Berkowitz. the highest scholastic average; of will be made. as promptly, thereafter -'1 ernoon for a few days in Cuba on painter of animals, especiallycats ford, Mass., C5 years ago.
Song." This group consisted of,' Mrs. Enrique Henriquez was any member of the graduating as practical, and checks will !: business and will spend Easter: .
I i :Mrs. J. P. I inibarn, sister of| and dogs; born at Fort Ann,
Misses Bebe Spence, .Cleo Kemp) ,selected 1' to represent the local!I class. His average; i is 2.93, indicating be mailed to the winners as soon Mrs. C. D. Harrington who was Sunday in the capital, returning N. Y. Died Sept. 28, 1903. William Dana Orcutt of Boston
Winifred Shine. Margaret Dexter, P.-T. A. at the convention to be almost a straight "A" as selected. |1 spending a while with Captain and; on the Cuba Monday.\ I I noted printing house head and author
Dorothy Bearup and Norma,I held in Miami in the near future. achievement for the three and The suggestions sent in will become Mrs. Harrington left this week. i 1859 William Travers Jerome, born at Lebanon N IL, 65
Garcia. J Several other members of the association -I one-half years of his attendance.The the property of the Wagner ', I
for her home in Tampa. :Misses Olga Perez, Camille 1 famed New York lawyer, anti- |; years ago.
The mixed double quartet sang are expected to attend Sparks Memorial Fellowships Brewing Company in order that i Santini and Barbara Garceau, Tammany crusader and district
"Drink To Me Only With Thine,, the convention. I are granted each year to they may make such use of themas Charles A. Ewing, of Illinois,
I*. M. Duncan, engineer: in pupils at the Convent of Mary attorney born in New York. Died
two or more students in the coun- they deem advisable in helping
and live stock leader born
Immaculate formed a party Ieav Feb. I farmer
13 1934.
- the
- '" charge of bridge projects on ,
who nominated by the build Florida. i . .. ,
try are
up afternoon for .Mi\ .< .- -r.;1ct' *fc'T> years ago
ing yesterday ecatur/nLitp
1 key tl'ived for busitriessyvisit : yi .
& yesterday a .,
various chapters of Phi KappaPhi With branches in of the I .
many )fi--
I h'q.tacte.r'Erucation, Will.;,Be ,,' and entitle the holders to a cities of Florida and with a constantly -} ; and to spend a brief ami where they will Spend: thei '. .4-Rlcltard I larding Davis Lord'"' Jf luoftnM>- il, J'English' *tat es-
I vacation with his family. i Easter holidays with' : ir'Ilu't'nls.. 1 war corrtjx>ndent'4 and:;;L iathor
of study in expanding
'' L year graduate any program Wagner -, i t man, born, <53yeabuago.; > ) ;
National .
A ..
Studied Meeting --- .
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;:;; ,;: t.:. I graduate school of their choice. Brewing Company realizes 'its i f --- I .. among thgtaest: knowri popular i'r*' ) ' "" r
: : Miss i Celia Fernandez student Sister Mary Cecilius'aft;1. SistetAdhemar writers ojTti i$4'day born in Phil- : '
't v. I Only one University of Florida opportunity to assist in buil ]ms 4 : *}] ' x\\-CAR OF THANKS
Ire,Character, I I' education is, pnu of I with .a background experience( student, David 'Adelson of the greater opportunity for evfrjcvtij, ;,f itsC't'e Convent of Mary\ Immac- Maria, of the j pnvent t:' adelphia.: bedApril| 11, lCJ}:. .: "''"..t.-- , _' .; : .'
the porrors/uj. . I receivedone r watt; left yesterday afternoon tot of Mary Immaculate left yesterday ,)r\V\ .
the topics which will be stressed I! pf war. class of 1932. has to date zen in Florida. Wagner payVrnipif ; .. .: ..:.. cannot express our appreciation
I Following Mr. Lee's address:, of these fellowships.! Mr. tax bills to both the state and spend I the week end in Miami with afternoon for Miami ,where ; :i.t.Today td our: many friendsfor
.'throughout t tensions of thej the film. "The Human Adven- Adelson is an instructor in the federal governments, as well as to her }parents i they will spend a few days, in- : In History'.i i their acts of kindness duringthe
.39th annual convention of the ture," will be shown, under the of at the the i l: eluding Easter Sunday, with Sister .i
department chemistry counties and cities in which it illness and after the death of
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and1) Lumena also of the ............-.. -- -- .
National Congress of Parents auspices of the Oriental Instituteof University at the present time and has its branches. Wagner dependsupon | W. S. Eakins will leave this convent" our beloved one, the late Bias
Teachers be held April 29 to!' the University of Chicago. will receive his doctor of philosophy the patronage of the people evening on the S. S. Cuba for, who is in a hospital following an I ;! 1775 Historic ride of Paul Arias. We also thank the donorsof

May 3, at the Miami Biltmore i I To Conduct Conference degree this summer. i. of Florida fur its success and Tampa, where he will spend- sev. operation.Today's. :! Revere from Charleston to Lexi -' the beautiful floral offerings

-- Hotel, Coral Gables Dr. Joseph];j Dr. Ada Hart Arlitt, national George W. Anderson, Gainesville ; knows that the more prosperous eral days visiting Mr. and :Mrs J. .......... .............. i I ington. and those who gave the use of
M,. Artman. national chairman of 1 senior in the of Arts Florida will I
I ichairmun I of Parent Education College; becomes the greater Warren Pinder. From Tampa he their cars.aprl8t .
character education, will continuea and Professor of Child Care and 'and Sciences, with an honor point be the J market for its products. 1 will go to Gainesville, Fla., to at- Horoscope(II I 1 796-What is called the first TilE FAMILY.
conference each day during the i I: Training, University of Cincinnati :I average of 2.87 was selected as Anjone may submit suggestionsin ] tend the Grand Lodge Knights; of .......n..ea.. ..... | native-American opera, "The !I I
convention on the various a.spects -,:!I will conduct a conference on alternate candidate for the Sparks this contest and the number! of ;j Pythias as a representative from Archers, or the Mountaineers ofi I i when mark sagged to 33,000 to a
of character development,j;[ "Leadership in Parent Education -I Fellowships j suggestions a person may submit Key West. From Gainesville he Today brings a rich and beneficent -' Switzerland," performed in New j I, dollar. ,
especially as it is affected by!1 ," on Monday afternoon, I: is not limited.! This i is a sincere effort ;, will go to Miami for a short stopover -. nature which will attract t; York City. j: *
hpme environment. Dr. Artman j I I I l April 29. Among the topics to Miss Helen Jepson who re- on the part of the Wagner; before proceeding home. ; many friends. There may be a lit "- I I I 1934-Puerto Rico petitions for

is general secretary of the Religious -j 1: be discussed are leadership training cently made her opera debut at Brewing: Company to encouragethe i tie too much love of luxury, a lit, 1847-Battle of Cerro Gordo i; Statehood.
Education Association and the Metropolitan, partially trained thinking of Florida to Mexican War-Gen. Scott routed
for methods of people ter the good of the entire com- I
study ,
groups > tie too much desire for praise, but I
editor of the magazine, "Charac-I developing radio listening herself by imitating phonograph , get their views on progress into-a { iminity. i ) i Mexicans under Santa Ana.
tu.'" I' and state programs of parent cdu- records which she sold in definite concrete expression From !: Here is an opportunity for those, ; there is a certain tenacity of purpose -'j PALACEMonte

Other Convention Feature i i cation. an Ohio music store. ;I the many replies which will doubti -j who think right to present their' \ and a I habit of listening to, 190&-Earthquake at 5:13 a. Blue-IJIa Lee in

"Take the Profits Out of War"i "How to Meet Problems Arising i i less come in. there certainly should ideas and if found to be good will the advice of others that generally m., followed by fire, which continued OFFICER 13
will be the subject of an address I: in the Home Through Rapid Daniel Afonahan, 11. of Jersey be some worth while ideas. Never j produce an immediate return plus; overcomes difficulties. If the 1! for three days, laid San l Tom Tyler in
by the Honorable Josh Lee rep- Social and Economic Changes" City, N. J., had sunk to his neckin before hav the people of this country -:j Ithe knowledge of having helped, ambitions are disappointed i it t: Francisco waste. ; COYOTE TRAILS
resentative of the fifth Oklahoma I j will be discussed Tuesday after- quicksand when two firemen taken so much interest in their I solved some of the problems of our sometimes breeds a recluse but t I Matinee 10-lSct Night 15-25e
district in the Congress of the I) noon, in a conference under the I rescued him with difficulty. :government and in efforts to fos-i| modern civilization | not especially a disgruntled! one'I 1923-Panic on German Bourse

United States, at the session on leadership of Dr. Adelaide S. I -----...- -', -. -- -
::.:. Monday evening, April 29. Representative -i Baylor, national chairman of I '
Lee, formerly head of Homemaking, and Chief of theI
the Department of Public Speaking -I I Home Economics Education: Service "

i l at Oklahoma University,! of the Vocational Education h :";; i.i : '' '
served ten months overseas during j Divi) ion, United States Office of :: I
the World War and speaks. Education. ./ 1?;: ?,>'
f >,
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Judge Browne I Mietk-Llubas i w ,,,.
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Gives Dinner- 1 1I I To Remain_Here___ j I t \ vqb, wti S Fy:> ..' :\ ,

; w
Frank W. Lovering; visitor, Commodore and Margaret Zi- "

from West lelroflllaSl'achu: naida von Mietk-Liuba announce, Ar, '' ." .

setts, was guest of honor at a that they have almost completeda \

dinner given by Judge Jefferson little booklet which will presentto l f :v2 ., N, '

B. Browne in his Air Station the nation the beauty and f

apartment Tuesday night. charm of Key West. t tWhen
Other guests of Judge Browne
they came last summer"
were Miss Alice Jones. Miss Julia' r. 4k\
Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray to Key West from Havana they ;

G. Bush. :1 hail no intention of making this;/ /

city their home. However, the I
Recreation Dept- lure of the climate and the many! '\
/ ,
other advantages\ ,pf this island! \
To Give Dance / _
I [ _
city made them deckle<< to. .pitch 1 i 'v
their! tents here permanently.; f ;
Jim l Recreation .D t|.ai-lmc-nt of And now they are undertaking.to!! s ,
the FERA: i is planning for a sing the praises of Key West in f fry
"(MMH! Willl ai\ct;: Ux on I'i
bejgiv.cn '1'K'llf' ( Wt\{l1' "( H r (0, I .'/
the ev .ling( ,! VfMjV5Rvund'laVhft| !;; 'J .UI" !:i-ne'nl\ti'at "j't'H. \t ".
"fHrL'a': '; ('I\ Wr a; "' marl nation-wi.le if! "
'i lf ''Ia..lla "
hl\ll I l h tltf r'''.!dbiutlt'1 1\ : b e''.tllr bution\o "ht\jooklet. I ,, 'I1'
-* .
invited to attend. in rA I A1Gjpy t
The young; couple prominent k JQJ
The members of all sports clubs musical circles of the Wand city.j i
and' like units will also be
extruded have made their home the meeting -
an invitation and those ; place of fine arts and cultur. -, I'
having the affair in charge: .... They announce also that! \ -:
promise an evening "of much enjoyment plans are progressing; for then I
'" c1 j. .p.
celebration of National PO.tr'I '.
o I I Week in :May with a \ .
Wheel Club program: by local poet J

Hcs Outing : in A the poetry near contest future.will A take prize place will; J' ,: ,' d.1St res s ; -. .'::: .:%, < -'fl fl Ir

I I be :given for the best poem which i r 'I
1/ II
:Member.of\ the Coral Wheel i-U
adequately describes to the ort.ll l]
Club enjoyed another of their:)i cur town and its charm. i i .i bring comfort '
outings last: night: climaxing! their I {' Jit .O1LL Ui.A.
ride with a spaghetti supper at I t a peanut hunt.liss: Florence::
the cabana c.r Mrs. Fred Kirtland Sawyer won the prize of ai 1 i
on Rest' Beach I sweater. I I

After :gathering at the resilience -i At the club,s previous ridi'.j<< I i
of Mr. and Mrs Kirt'and.' I prizes had been awarded which!
the bicyclers rode out to the boulevard i had been donoted by business: t 9amI

stopping: at Raul's Club for ,I hou j jogi SVLUZL
: ick
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NEW SPRAY TESTED >ts. chemists and veterinary;I
j surgeons at the tate !atx.rati.risl;I
FOR AFRICAN PESTS I at Onderstepoort. Transvaal. jI j i ; ,

i I Reports are that the test prove |I
IH, \kMM-iatrtl l'rr.f>lCAPETOWN !! the new poison is fatal to locusts]I i \t
: April 18.- but harmless to human and i 4 .
; i '> I I give the mildest smoke the best-tasting '.', "
K ulh Africa has just experiencedits \ I'tock-the danger: and drawback] : you ,

worst locust government ; applying to the poison previously]
year : used arsenite of soda. j jI j; c smoke. You wonder what makes me differ
experts announcing that never before j I : :yt .4, : 7:5.tis; .li(Y.i\Y
has such damage been I lOne gallon of the new' poison" <. ent. For one thing, it's center leaves. I spurn
[ can spray half an acre and kill
wrought by the plague! ; that I I ,<... the little leaves. bitter
5000.000 "voetganger": or hopper ;.h top . so to the
troubled Pharaoh. It is costing; locusts. It 0
costs cent
one :aj -
Africa $50,000,000 yearly in extermination -j gallon. ]I .. .. ..:... ---- : .. A ...ya.i.A; :... .. t}. taste. I scorn the coarse bottom leaves, so HIT P A ,.as.t.
ray of expenses.'One hope is emergingin i'! The price of $2.500.000 is being -\ harsh and unappetizing. I do not irritate your

a new formula for locust poisonby asked from the government;
3' ' throat. I bring comfort. I the best friends.
Dr. Reginald R. Etches. It I' for the formula. I .;a <: : i''i am pf .'

has been undergoing months of I 1 GpyrtEt 1L, fla datritsa L tsccs cuapsar. .. ,.a o .1I 4. '' ..
tests by government entomol- Subscribe to The Citizen. ;

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