The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00490
 Material Information
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 25, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00490
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire ![: lrp Wes! Key West Florida, has the

L For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the t:1J.t' ; t' Citizen< most range country equable of; only with weather 14*an Fahrenheit average in the_ J



Lower Branch Of Congress RECENT VISITORS (SECRETARY OF WAR DERN EXTENDS I I Tugwell Left Wing Savant To Play


Begins Speeding Up Work IN ISLAND CITY I I_ of War George II.-West. I recall that in your capacity a I'I Important Role In Relief ,Expenditures

I tern, who in companY' with Mrs. &a: ttUA adminiatiator, joupiovided
Dern and others, visited W -- -- - - .
Key tre.t'nUy the tran puttatrunlunch- - -. -
f ONE HAS HOME ON FLORIDA has written M. E. Gil-
Made To Have Administration PLANE EXPERTS eoh, and the greeting coiiimiUec, NOTHING 1rl1.l1111:
Urge fond, Key West administrator, '; DEFINITE Practically Few Under
KEYS BOTH EXPRESS MUCH thanking him for the courtesies auu tint you were out chest KUUU

Measures I extended while they were in Key :ourtc: oi ililoimatioii lou : ANNUAL VISITOR
West; and also commending the, ai&VU a tidy uteteatulg and 111- !i 1 VERY SUCCESSFUL

Handled More Rapidly. ACCORDEDMrs. tamed program on of here.rehabilitation being j 'I'Uiii tidy ana we vvuut Lu ajj PINEAPPLE PLANT i i IN ANGLING HERE This Member Termed

TO MAKE RE- j -u&c juu tnac hC tujo.)cu n lu n vAUi.e.i
In FutureBy The secretary; and Mrs. Dern selected -

I PAIRS TO CRAFT DAMAGED Florence II Alley, who wasa two )pictures at the KeyWest extent. I I I George Beam annual visi- "Brain Truster"By
( iou ale enjfj::ed in a ni'j.tJiieliluiiuua I II
tor to Key West, has been
visitor ill Key West during the ; Art Gallery while they vveic.teeing AS MATTER STANDS NOW IT
piujcct ana can vveilunuei&laau
I I IN ACCIDENT I pictures on exhibit there.In I I having good success anglingthis
HERBERT PLUMMER early part of this month and returned -I I .>oui tiuuu:.laaiu in a I
addition to seeing the various IS ONLY CONTEMPLATED year Although he has S. WHITE
1117 .,..._I..d Press. I to her home in activities being carried on vvuik 01 bo eoiiitiueiue a naiuie I i I broken no records he has (117 .itseeel.ted ..1'.....
WASHINGTON April 25.-I I I .. Indianarolis'l. I 11 vvt&li you the tr'eattvl 01 &U 'l.>. TO START OPERATIONS; 'I I been WASHINGTON. April 25_
catches and
Homer J. Barton and Earklie I Indiana, April 1-1, hj the Key West! Administration, .. making good

Speaker Byrns "lecture" to the 1 Henry, expert airplane construction -'( Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, that on herI I.I.I f at the the secretary Army barracks.reviewed the troops I leeted lue&l two jour pictures an exhibition huh: 1 bC-1 MANY ANGLESReplying I yesterday finest dolphin caught ever one taken of. the in The classic profile of young Dr.

hous on the slowness with which I and repair men, arrived by I arrival there was "two inches of Hit letter to Administrator Gil-' med here la good eoiiuitioii these waters, and a kingfith Rexford Guy TugwelL who will, -e

I plane this morning to make repairs snow on everything," and this included I ue snail be piouu to ui play tnemla While out Tuesday he
administration bill are being enacted I' fond follows: h.lp spend the $5,000,000,000
I on the plane of Miles Vernon -: the budding fruit trees. "Mis. Dern and, I have, just returned our honu. Our tineeie ilianiu'lor to a question: of The I I caught seven tarpon, one of
was intended more at a reminder which was damaged while the i tnem to or uhoeveivvda WOI relief appropriation i.
go them
I you I lie
weighing 76 pounds
Mrs. had considerable
Alley I Citizen !
to Washington and avail.t a* to when the pin+jple;
of what u to be expected _owner, was making a landing at i iI I bu-iness transactions with officials myself of this first opportunityto re:)poiioiblu bur letting uoI i will continue fiski.gf.r several known to' thousands, but few
the I'an American airport.. have them. I I'I'f factory would begin operations: I. .
i and mentions the extend to our sincere,I day* and then leave. for
I specifically you
of the. i in the. future than a* a Mr. Vernon and ,his, compaion"l thanks fur the courtesies .' "Mis.\ bent joins, .'ie in :: I.' his, home in Troy N. "Y. considerate attitude of the officials extended
you A. Maitland Adams mp of ;
rebuke. I Miss Frances Rasmus, came to!,i ]I est regards." alter, I j i Mr.. Beam is another of
in Key West in contrast with to us while we were at Key Cilld'i of I this erudite "brain. trus-
i Key Nest Tuesday for a short I I th.t ,
the factory and other : mpsonI evergrowing galaxy of
the,attitude of officials she
public .
Prior President Roosevett'sreturn j i "
to : ter.
I visit. While negotiating the landing I -- - ---- ----.- --- - -- ----- fi ., anglers ,who came to Key
has elsewhere.
to Washington from hit the wings of the plane were ; .,encountered : interests, aid it will be impossible West to find out if all that
I Mentioning the heavy dust { a target of
i damaged and several struts strained PLAN OBSERVANCE MANY ARE GIVEN was aid of Key West
Florida fishing trip congressionalleaders i i it was said. I I norms which were encountered in I Ii i at this time to fix any date at alL was true, convinced himself fishing ; administration oppositionists $since

acre declaring openly I:i Mr. Vernon and Miss Rasmus:: the Georgia.writer Tennessee continues and: Kf'ntu"ky.1' OF MEMORIAL DAY DISCHARGE CARDS Ij j As a matter of fact, raid 1\Ir'i i that it W.I. and i. still true, t! he left Columbia university's quiet
left bv plane Tuesday afternoon ; and has continued halls, is the enigma of the "newdeal"
they were in favor of curtailing', for Miami where arrangementswere I j I i very much in love with your delightful Adams, "we are only contensplet-!! -1 come
: Florida Keys and are -- I, --- I here once every year at perhaps the hardest man
i made for the repairmen :. i ii and there
the legislative for then' at once ing operation are a "innl vacation time.
program. to come to Key West and i happy to have alittle home down )i CEREMONIES TO BE CON.; CERTIFICATES DEAL WITH I i in all that circle to categorize

present session a* much a* potsible. -|, place! the plane in condition! for i there which we have maned 'Casa j i i l her of factors which will decide: '0'1111111. No one label suffices, but in 'central .

There wa a noticeable j I' flying! I del CajoVWritten I DUCTED BY STEPHEN MALLORY I I VOLUNTARY TIME IN FERA |! if and when his will be i. # Washington recognizes himas
J i in similar vein is aj
a i CHAPTER OPERATIONSA "In the first there the leader in the leftist group of
change of mind however, after I! letter from Hal C. Meyer, of the I place is SHORT TALKS i '

they had conferred with Mr. MAKINGREADY i I I[ same city in which he expresses I j I matter of the supply of fruit,I administration advisers.

himself as being delighted with I which h extremely uncertain at A '(lard' Thinker
Roosevelt upon his return.. I his visit to Key West and his contact Confederate Memorial Day will total of 700 persons had received ) this time This supply is governed ARE GIVEN AT
I I 1 Tall and distinguished, he l looks
FORJHINSTRELFIRST with the officials he met, and! he observed by the Stephen R discharge; certificates from
i iI
The White House let it be I I ) by size of the crops and as far ai' like slightly matinee
I is also! happy to own a place on I Mallory Chapter, United! Daughters -!: the Volunteer Works Corps up ROTARY MEET a (graying
I IFull
known it had no such intention the kejs i 1 I If can be learned the crops this year | idol, bu' .ialks like what he is
ACTIVE REHEARSAL TO; : of the Confederacy tomor-!;i t through yesterday afternoon it'' I
rpecd ahead was the command I t are small. fundamentally- eminently suc-
PLACE TOMORROW j I row, Friday, April 26, at Alfred was announced by the research;;
which went out. The Piesi It JOHN AHRENS"I!f j f "Another matter for con'idcia TROPHIES WON AT RECENT ice t I Lout lot in the at
cemetery section of the Kt"yVe>st Administration -:
dent was represented) as wantinghis NIGHT i tion i= the size of the fruit, whichwe I economist. One of the reasons j ,
program cleaned' up during the |I i VISITED HERE I this morning. I j II learn alu, is not very good ; I his ideas! are so little understood; ti
II I ; lowers and flags will be placed The total receiving certificates' :
present. session fo that next year, for handling in a plant of the BRADENTON PLACED ON is a seeming inability to put Curia!
i :
"\\e are just beginning to gets, on all veteians's graves by a Governor Dave Sholtz .
signed by :
with presidential election nz of oura There u also the fact ;
a on teal (busy," said J. Jeffrey who! 1 following I 1 I DISPLAYThe in capsule. In speeches he us'\
and the
pecial and! State Relief Administrator I
hand, business could be dispatched:. | is planning the minstrel for the| that the long dry spell has retarded terms that sometimes send mjlto
. . REPRESENTATIVE OF FIRE : )program will be rendered:. Julius: P. Stone Jr., had pledged dktienariea) -'aa.ll. Jn2 Lata
puck:*?. sit *'4--- ArviitMuipgin: "and the first! Flag salute.PrayerReverend. - 1 pioduction."These -
WAS GUEST l I :.500858 bouts of labor when the' write the popular language.For .
Lest Session Different active rehearsal is planned for t.O"I' ENGINE CO. J. W. Martin and many other factors I regular Rotary luncheon in

With marching orders in his morrow night. We want all of OF JOE CABRERA I enh tment campaign was carriedon have to be* considered before anyannouncement held today, presided over by Eddie I example, this Tugnell: quota-
members who will take part to be.1present" I i Songs"How Firm Foundation I last summer They have work. :trunk. president of the organization tion had even some official brows
pocket, Byrne felt it necessary to j Ii a can be made as to I was featured by short talks wrinkled: '.Chance has substituted! t
remind the house what was ex.cctid Mr. Jeffrey is devoting his time;, t i I ed. their cards show a total of ;, when the factory will begin operations r given bj various members. itself for I the anthropomorphic sequence
the Harden" chorus
|. : of it. The fact that on the and experience for the !benefit of' John I 1'. Ahrens, of the Ahieiu- of Sung-"In little ; Miss I I 2')4,443:) hours. This amounts to Among those heard were Charles of,.human existence( ,"
gills accompanied
1 Fox Fire Engine Company H>int by only four percent less than the I Bill Bates Ike Rursell Conservatives in both partir i
day previous representatives) the local I legion |post and feels I 1 Fir re'IMC Torres on the mandolin. I "We are contemplating for a ,
"knocked off" a few minutes after that he will be enabled, with the a pleasant afternoon in Key West r.t'ading-Miss JessieSatkin". 'i original [ledge made by the 700 brief time at leasthen the de.I Sebastian Cabrera. Jr., Jim Moore. have viewed him with alarm
four o'df>ck in the afternoon with I support promised', to put on a yesterday as the guest of City t Instrumental selection.A4lressAllan receiving certificates. : c ion has been reached we will and Benjamin Trevor. periodically; members;: of the Administration
f Councilman Joe Cabrera. { in the senate
plenty of work ahead, gave him very.ditaLle performance j I B. Cleare. Jr. I Persons can receive their discharge They gave,; their impressions on party
an excellent opening. I In explaining: his confidence as I About 25: years ago Mr. Ahrens BenedictionReverend J. W. : certificates by calling at give notice" to those. who will be the recent diitrict conference held put him severely over the juripil ;
to the result his efforts Mr. d Iivcied an engine to the Key employed. it Bradenton which was attendedbv l before approving his confirmation
The house had I been consideringthe : of Martin. the research section of the Key e
West Fire Department. The AP- - - all! of the above named. as! under-necretary' of agricnlt'in,
MKial security bill withou I Jeffrey said that there was plenty An invitation is extended the West Administration and presenting -
paratus was a strainer; and at t.hat.1) The attendance mileage trophies and in a recent AAA "p'irtrel Co!
of talent in the Talent
the )protection of a (speeial) rule city. ofj public to attend this service.SIR. their cards showing the record PINDER FUNERAL
the best and most accomplishedkin4 } time was considered the last word'' t I won at the conference were placed axe fell upon sum of his tot restrielinjr debate Absence of i of time they have put in.
such a curb along with a disposition i. and he was Mire that with I I in fire fighting machine' 'I I I on display today on the pre. rrs)<4 fecretary Wallace approving

cm the part of the members the proper direction great results I] For some time Councilman Ca MALLORY I TIllS AFTERNOONFuneral riding: officer's table. that action but retaining his affection -

to fritter away time had! a !lIlt to could' he obtained '! brera has been in t'orre'llOnd'nce i, APPLICATION TO After snigmg: the regular songs. for "!tn." ,

do with the Speaker deciding! to The rehearsal tomorrow night I with Mi Ahrens and while on aj DUE TOMORROW the meeting was ordered adjourn Red Label Irked Him

give them his first "lecture-" will be held in the 1t'it)1hall! oni i) vacation trip in Cuba the latter I t MAINTAIN DOCK servicefor Sirs. JIaryA I ed. lie .is: in pome respects a paradox .

Dunn/ the last congress, by, Whitehcad street and the parts:, wrote that he would' be here in al I: : Pinder, who died 10;oO; o'clock I -a man who for years has:

invoking! these special rules orp) will be allotted the principals' and fewdays.. I i! yesterday morning at the home t BAND"CONCERT been an active writer bat whose

threatening to do so, in a little others For this reason the direc-l! From Havana Mr Ahrens flew, WILL LEAVE FOR, NEW YORK 1121 Fleming street, will be held j I ideas few outside the academia:

mono than two months the house", tor asks that everyone be Ares-J! to Miami came in by tail 'el'tl'I'-i| WHARF CONSTRUCTED AT NO thi afternoon( 4 .50 o'clock frmu I fold ever have grasped; a beau

passed every measure sent. itwinch -' ent. I IGOINGON day and left in the afternoon. lie-i WITH PASSENGERSAND I NAME KEY AS BOAT J the home; of her daughter..: Mrs. BAYVIEW PARK jrullImtl.who doesn't like' uartier7::
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meant the President's( legis-j! j i + 41 ( 1 fore leaving he promised to return FREIGHT Wjlbam II., Gibbon 1110 Eaton. : a tountry: red former farm WJ*
latlOn -ami found it necessary to LIGHT TENDER : later and be accompanied by i LANDING II' rtreet "'i 1 H3UMT TH f HJ tyfrintlrallity; \ ( and suavir' i'

mark time until it*,I committees' Mis. Ahrens. I ISEVERAL I I The services will be conductedby riRSJ.jOF.;Rr.\Mf AERIES TO Mildly astonished by the' ctornufut "

could report other lulls I' I Steamship Henry II:. Mallory of : Iryl''r ftl 1M'"11(l:',,, tllt'J'tr\"lJ.: tin n\vJiH\ i'd.ls ) ? "VMWS ftometiiue I have' ,raised:
A different situation "prevails'': TRIP rI I REALTY j the CJ\de-Mallory Lines is due to'' Announcement has been made Hall adpj1! ; ..S1IJ1"s, JJ. l('lY.1t t BE : |'I ie>Rhies way now from offidallitterancesu I '

now The plea of *'emertCencv"| I bail from Key West tomorrow by the War Department of application 'tI from the ;members pf the'fonratmon j EVENING !i The heat: of rid cob

only had to be raised in Roust' .,....- mht.: This will he the ,second; sailing by the Florida State rJ f' rhepez HI I It .. l"I"'I'. Iroyersies: has tended to make hun

velt'a first congress to obtain mi., LIGHTHOUSE SHIP IVY PRE. DEALSRECORDED of this vessel from this port Road Department for authorityto \t FntirrtiVHortrtf lie )11 Withdraw from the limelight The"red"

mediate results. Now till'''-'!' a with passengers.The : maintain a wharf or boat landing charge: of arrangements. f Summer series of land concerts label (pinned upon him Icy

disposition. (li> mive at a slowertcmM PARING TO SAIL first sailing was! that of previously constructed, at thetoutherly will start at Bayview I'ark this critics irked and wearied him, and.

| >. I I TODAY DION ,DISPOSES OF SMALL April t 2. Other sailings with pas- bide of No Name Key EIGHT MARRIAGE evening, by the Hospitality! he has aid emphatically he n
constitutionalist and df'ntO* tEfsentially .
(House Kept Working j I .tngers from Key West will bct: This wharf is approximately Band, under the direction of Alfredo ; a
Whit House strategy; during; HOUSES IN VICINITY j I measured with an economist; and I sociologist
May: 10 and 21. No other sailings. feet long, parallel Barroso.
all of the present administration I OF CASA MARINA )i with passengers from Key West the fill and extends; into the waters LICENSES ISSUEDDuring The program to begin at 7:45 : he nevertheless is knownin
ha!. born to )keep the house WOI k.' ighhuuse I ; Tender l\f tea. are scheduled to date. |;, of Florida Bay approximately' 7 o'clock follows: i literary circles as author of a

ing at top Fixed It has 100.t'n'i. scheduled= to sailI clock this 1 There will be about 50 passengers : feet 6 inches. i March Thunder. end Blazes.: first-rate monograph en Thomas
suggested President Roosevelt! l borrow aftirneon for Tampa I5a>. At EI-I I Hardy.In .
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on the Mallory when it ar-l I 1 There will no public hearingon \
ten I Oveiture Magnetic.
the idea from Piesident \\'il!-. mont Key the vessel will load ma- There is not a great deal of activity I The the month of April I manner, save for the polished .
tomorrow this
lives from Texas, application. plans '
Galveston ,
son of \vhn,.e administration he: tend and proceed to HilM\ >ore> in the real estate market !I file at the office of the U. fti\f there have been eight marriage Waltz-( lory of Egypt. Double I resonance of his speech, he is
evening.Steam are on Under
j the
was. a men,IK'r. Cut A and! set iron pilings for t thej I at this time, says Fred Dion, who ; Jacksonville licenses i icsued from the office March- far from professional but he is
Alamo of the same S. Engineer and the
I hip I
The strllt'a to the I new range lights to be construct- '! represents several companies in of Judge Hugh Gunn, three Eagle. no bon vivant. Those who know
keep line due arrive in Sunday : sub-office at Miami each. Anyone
is to port farewell to Arms.
this week. Popular-
house con"t;mtlv parsing. legislation .,I cd at that point. hc'y"t' t. morning. from New Yorkith i desiring to file objections can' of which were i issued I him well say he does his full ehar
: Waltz-Danube Waves.
on tn the senate. clog the; After this work has been accomplished j Mr Dion told The Citizen that I heavy consignments of freightCUBACARRIES send same to District Engineer, P.' Those to whom this week's iJ.J Spanithllabantra.I'opularCocktaib of genuinely hard work much of
latter calendar the Tender Poppy villlcomplete he recently sold several small sues were made are: Carl it grinding and) some of it routine'
!s if povsible. in the j 10. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Fla. : for Two. I ;
In'pe that senators would realize], the construction of the ]I houses in the vicinity of the Casa I Ingraham and Conauelo Domin-, in addition to providing J idea! for
light, Manna\ hotel and also several Vacant I guez,; ; Henry Reid and Carlye Novelty-Muttering; Fritz. t
how far behind. they were gettingand attending to all the other] +I wide-ranee of unbjertv Whits
'I II I I ARRIVE Saunders James D) 1 March\ --King of All.
speed| up. !J details in connection with this lots. He also has several THREE : EuphemiK ; loose conferences Tot well was

----- l I lass! of aids to navigation ': j-ales pending, he said. 'PASSENGERS I Curry and Mary Perez de Guzman !! ftar Spangled_ Banner.:. I a friend of President |lowseyeife

1 Tender I'oinciana, which is now II The outlook is very good for 60 ABOARD PLANEThere j I while the latter .was governor ;o f'-*

ONE BUILDING ; finishing a long: assignment of I realtactivity in Key West and ALLIGATORS1NAQUARIUM New York and Jong has hart\; White

I i (construction woik in Miami harbor l I he believes that as soon as certain REV.TEMMES"i i t Hoiihe, fllt.ie., _ i
PERMIT ISSUED! 1, expects to leave for KeyV e'st I I I matters relative to taxation are Steamship Cuba sailed; yesterday j NOW\
within the next few' days, and will :: cleared up in Tallahassee, the marl afternoon for Havana with 63 were three passengers''arriving

J I I probably arrive the first part of l I I| ket in real estate in Monroe cot. first class passengers seven fc !C- on the plane from Micmil l RESUMES DUTY j

next week. 'I i ty will become unprecedcntedlj nod class, four tons of freight this morning: Pennock Huey. Homtr .| 4 4Information !
Is.uanit of 'building permits'! i I| active. and 93 sacks of mail. : J. Barton and Earklie Henryli I The Key West Tropical Aqua, Bargains, !'
during: the' first part of this year NOTICE I Ferry Palma arrived from Havana One passenger, F. Raine-y, has I has been received rium now has two alligators added t

indicated a !great deal of repairunit Until fuithef* notice the following : with 86 sacks of mail and made reservation for the return ', to the collection of marine life USED CAR
in Key West stating that Rev O
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(construction activity but reetntlv ledux'ed will [ 21 empty cars. trip this afternoon. I there. |
applications have become. III'e\'JliI- prices : FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I II I If.+ Semmes, S. J.I.ho, suffered; Owen Sawyer* Jr., who lives at;

ewer until but one permit J HOLIDAY NOTICE NOTICE 1314 Newton greet, has contri-
wasissued injuries from an unknown assailant -
Clear Meat and Clear Date Layer Cake . 35c I ) SALEl
from the office of Building I buted one to the aquarium, and
Inspector harry Baker this week : :Meat Roast 30c Caramel Layer Cake 35c Friday, April 26, Memorial There will be a dance at the in West Palm Beach a few l Sara Fred Kirtland has given the

Und .............. I weeks has recovered. I
This was for the construction per ]K> I a Milk Chocolate Cake 35c Day a legal holiday in the State Key West Country Club on Saturday ago. j other Young Sawyer caught the

or a new roof at Angela and Si- Clear SteVv Meat, 20c of Florida this bank will not be evening. April 27, for members It is also stated that he left by|,one he donated. Mr. Kirtland and kzer Motor Co.

West'I per potrtpd .._.... MALONEY & PEACOCK ts.CLIFFORD Jamaica where Snow catpured the other
monton streets. Owner. I open for business on that day. and visiting gue plane recently for Harry : .

Properties, Incorporated; cost,!l Monr 4 e Meat Market 812 Fleming St. Phone 818 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. G. HICKS, he will resume his work in King! which Mrs. Kirtland turned over I

$300. I I Phone 411FleDlin Street J apr24-2t :apr25-lt Secretary. ton. j to_ the aquarium. a

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t.r Wt YOUR HOME TOWN MERCHANT next week interesting events of a( married yesterday to Edward Joseph teas of the club. The evening was | Hardy pink daisies bloom as
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I Ia.Ullh..I' KEY WEST INDAYSGONE varied nature will be given for the Connor. Rev. C. R. D. Crit- happily spent. Miss! Jessie Heidorn'' early as February in parts of,

: :" It...ily' Hxcvpt Sunday By11IU When the people of Key West take benefit of the boys. Two of the'tenden, of St. Paul' church of- and Miss, Marguerite Jameson were! Ala'ka. One was reported in'

t'II l/i\: lt ULI31IIXJ CO.. INC.I. i i tock local situation BY events which will prove of especial ficiated. The newly) weds l committee' Junt'au this year on February 5.FUNERAL .
AllTMAX.%. rrr.1./... of the they must surely interest will be the parade on left over appointed on the party :
From The Citizen Building I realize that no town can grow unless it Happening Her Just 1O Y.ar. : Friday afternoon and the field and the East Coast en route to.St. to arrange future entertainments! !! Ut.NJAMIN .O..L4C.

Corner Grern and Ann Street has the loyal and enthusiastic:: support of I Ago Today A. Taken From track meet Saturday afternoon. Augustine, where they will make j HOME

i the inhabitants thereof. I The File Of The CitisM their future home. I Camp fire girls of San Diego, Etat>];.Ke.t 49 Year
.try Daily Newspaper In Key Weal and llonroe Dr. Eugene C. Lowe city health I county California, sold 13,000 Key w..,'. Oldest
County. Business is the power that determinesthe ; officer, and his sanitary force, The Rainbow Club met laste- doughnuts in three days to obtain 24-Hoar Ambntaac Service
, 'Stet, Florida aa second claaa matter "Never too hot never too cold"I will determined campaign ning at the home of Miss Genevieve I funds to improve
iltered at Ky growth of a town, and the habits that begin a a summer LcntJ! Embalmer
i is one uf the advertising slpgans i Of mosquito eradication next Roberts secretary anti poe I camp. I I II
Phone 135 Night 8W
'II 'n'4IXTIl'taR butt business here are the factors that I
of Key West which can be demon-: week. The has furnished the
. city : .
Mrmkrr to' Ike AM xlatr4 )'.... make for retarded growth. The men in strata! at any and all times during -health officer with an 'Oil wagon -
.1 i 8SCH'latt.d rl>ul iiCAllon 1'rtis or all la tiw exclusively dispatches entitled credited to use t.II business, in Key West: are, for the most the year. In the winter when I I and $560 with which to purchase
( or nut oilirwin cr.- ,., trying to creditably develop the
the total news I'ubll.b..d l rom part mar- city in the country, the tempera- one.
ket, and to serve their fellow citizens turlin Key West ranges from 15

,.,,, NATIOsukl tGITOR1Al'kS 1 through the extension of their lines. Theyare to 20 degrees warmer than any An Associated Press! telegram 5.* 92 t) t.K'
a) SOCtATION I other city in the United States. 'I .industries i
that German aerial
.. d_1.1 4Cir / 9 3 r! entitled to fair dealing by the buying announces II
i . ._ Durnig the summer months when and German aviators are
U-.UIl..WX q Ju'n public, and this only means giving them achance 'other cities are sheltering in the planning to transfer a large part

. Year __ _. ... .. ... ......_. ... ..__..__$10.0. heat with 100 and Central
.a 11 on I h* ._.... ... .. .... .. .............._...-..-___._ ,.,. to meet competition. temperatures of thei! field operations to I
area Month 2.40 above, this city is reveling in temperatures America. The German company
I>M. Mci.lh .. :'.' .. ...: .:: ::::::::= =.==:.= :is The modern progressive merchant which never reach above extend I
A'.-.-kly ...._... ....... .. ..... _... ......_. _. __-...._........__ .Zf does not expect a buyer to him two i in Columbia U: planning to
pay the !'J- mark and with the ever its operations to Cuba and Florida -
\itmsiN(1 JUTI'Ila" : price for the same goods that hU mail order I cooling breezes from the gulf and I with the United States offering -I
known on ari>li '&ulousiiu : blowing) across! the inland.! for airdomes :
--- ocean favorable sites
: :it i.u'net competitor sells. He wishes, however -
i! Key West is "Never too hot, never for plane
All read ng notirra. cards of thanks resolutions .li and granting permission
serf t 1l.luary; noli....... etc.. will l*. Oiarge fur at the citizens think about the differ- i too cuM. J Ito land at Key West. Planes will
.raftof, :fJ cnta a line. in the service that is rendered and 500 I 1
; ,' s for rrtrlaminents by churches from which. ence Key carry 10 passengers
I rtniir. i. 10. be "h. CiiUtii la an iu forum and Invite discus.
tf..ipublic. lssus and subjects of local or Keneralrut of town place. Irwin Sweeting will leave tonight
'. ..... but It will not publish anonymous communl. on the Steamship Cuba for Tampa I Florida East Cosat Railway announces -
When you want to buy an article at en route to DeLand.! where they changes in the schedule

once you go to the home merchant; when will attend the Grand Temple of I| of trains from Key West effective '
investor is itIi
One to soak the to
way I date the 'J I Ir
you want credit you know him well;; Pythian Sisters.:; Mrs.! Scheurerwill i I] April 28. After that : :
\'; '!.te:' his siock. represent Key West TempleNo. morning train will leave 1120; instead -
when you want service to back your purchase 20. They will visit other citiesin of 9:30 o'clock and the afternoon
you see him ; \when 'ou', rely upon the state before returning. train will leave 3:30 instead -
The .discovery of Key"ct's: plight !! of 6 o'clock.
honest advice as to what to buy you realize
willleuf to very. Beginning the olservance: of
.41rfc.(.!is:.... his worth ; when you see'a' 'snlall article: at Roy Week auspiciously the Key Editorial Comment: Among

city 1 ?iTd an apparently ,cheap price you,.sometimes( ,, West Rotary Club requests all those who should celebrate Better
The J t t' tit l have its fa cc.Z'asited .
oi'dcr it without realizing that there are local !boys, who possibly can to Speech Week are impetuous
} I1rte ;otMmethng.. { attend church 'services tomorrow.It citizens who cuss out the telephone
.. .. ,.. _r i. .. extra charges to be considered, time to be i is hoped that in all the churches -. Rirls.

4 lost, and a keep-5t-whether-you-like-it-or-- there will be representative congregations -
Idle suggestion: Do not take your not risk to run. of boys. Sermons specially I Miss Margaret Virginia Graham
jcucls with you on your visit to :Miami. prepared for the day will daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeB.
- The way to help Key West grow is the was
be heard.! Every day during Graham of Fleming street
rt to help its business to expand. Do ----I II
I your .. i
There is nothing remarkable aboutRatll's - --- -- -- "
part. i __ ___ __ __ ___ ____ _____ i I iI r+
educated fish. Didn't he secure \ .

tji\ in from schools? I ]J I .. /mallccca .

%. In Key West it i is customary for two- theory national isolation may bo "- C .a s. .

f'omrlosers at golf to supply toothsome supreme but when it comes to selling surplus Temperature I Florida: Partly cloudy tonightand
Highest .................... ................87 I; Friday; probably showers in
for the winners. farm the condition of the
things products Lowest . . .. 75
rest of the world often has something to Mean! :: ::::::: :::::::::.: :::::.::: :::::81 I

Samuel L. Clemens, who wrote under do with the price of wheat and cotton. Normal Mean ...........-......-..---.77 f 1 .

The pseudonym of "Mark:\ Twain", was The fact that the world is now pursuing Rainfall II
T. Ins.
Yesterday's Precipitation
born in Florida, believe it or not. a course marked by extreme nationalism Normal Precipitation... .02 Ins.! I I

does not much in the longrun. .'1'bl" rrrord rutrr 24-b.ur prriodroclinK I
. at M ..'..1....... Ibis w..r.I.1 &. m ucrurt
Skilfully laid on, there is: no limit to If the policies are wise they will no Tomorrow'. Almanac \ f 1i 1 I ,

rises .... ......... 5:55 a. m. I I
the amount of flattery most of us are able doubt succeed but if false the people of -i 1 I
r ri
Sun sets .... .......... 5:54 p. m. 0anxuoua
to absorb, but laid on too thick it nanscales. various nations will eventually find out Moon rises .. .. .. 1:22 a. m.

the truth. .Moon sets .. ......... ..12:42 p. m... Partly Cloudy Showers

We are not among those who are Tomorrow' Tide I t
A.M. P.M. extreme south portion; not much

Few individuals work for you for afraid of international cooperation and High .. ... ...... 1:40 2:14'Low ;I change in temperature. I o

nothing; just bear this in mind the next we believe that it would be to the best interests ........ ........... 8:17 8:30: Jacksonville to Florida Straits:

time somebody offers to do something.... just of the world to have an improved Barometer at 8 a. m. today: ly Moderate overcast winds tonight and and weather Friday.part- j

lifcau e it'you.. commercial intercourse. The history of Sea level l. 29.92. East; Gulf: Moderate easterly!

the past point. unerringly to the progressive I Lowest!\ Highest winds. TUNE IN-LucViet are on the air Saturday,with THE HIT PARADE,over NBC Networks to 9 p.w.R.S.T.

A sl'cblhta's= the habit of washing development of international trade Station- Last Night Yesterda -- .---_.
I Abilene ........ ...52 88 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe
ono's haiuU with unusual frequency is a and the growth of a spirit of world brother Atlanta ............ 54 78 Y.rIII. .Aillllll

Sign of slight mental disorder. Small boysare hood. In time, the world will arrive at its Buffalo ........ ... 40 54 disturbance that was over .................e..e..a.............................. ..........,...

; undoubtedly immune. goal even if it tries many foolish courses Charleston! ........ 64. 74 1 the Plains States yesterday,morning ..
Chicago ........ 48 58 I .
has almost stationary
and discovers the truth only through the Denver ... ........ 32 34 I and remained

The Times-Union says the only way light of many errors and much suffering.N. Detroit ...........?. 38 61 I,II I Dodge City decreased, Kans., in 29.70 intensity.inches For Hot Weather I

to make a city noiseless is to plow I it un Galveston! ........72 7fi j and pressure is low southwardover i

der. In that case although a New Dealer R. A. GONE Huron ...:............ 54 62 the Rio Grande Valley and I
...... I
Jacksonville 64 72
the Gulf of another
'Ir. Stone will prefer a nofccful city. Kansas ..... Mexico I '
City 6,4( 72 I
disturbance central this
Funeral !services are in order for the morningover :
KEY WEST __ 75 87 I'
N. 1 K.: A. and there will be little grief over Little Rock ...... 62 80 southern Texas Corpus I., Comfort
Kipling had no thought of the western Christi, and Brownsville, 29.68
its demise, either on the part of its friendsor Los Angeles ...... 52 72 ;; inches; while pressure has increased -
dust storms that have been
sweeping eastward ..........
Louisville '
its enemies. The N. 11. A. has played 54 80 I from the Lake region .
when he. wrote : "Oh East i is East Miami ..... .......... 72 86 southward into the South Atlantic :
.it.part and it has done its work. Those .
)ntf West i is: West, and I never thotwain.. \. . Minneapolis ...... 56 72 States, Sault Ste. Marie Mich.. .,: . I ,
4liall m't't." s ,, :*i ):lit put it in action realized from the New Orleans _... 68 82 ::10.30 inches. Rains and thunder : ; oa r" '
.,.,, .-t.(, .Ji. ,stait> that it could not survive a legal attack New York ..... .." 50 66 storms have occurred during the '. We Have'
........ : : "" '
Pensacola :
66 74 : .
: :
f 5.l' 'f-t.t. 't but while it was permitted to live it last 24 hours in the Plains $tates .. 'N. ;. ;; . ;
J When 'writeri'nr(* irivaegeflat0havo! Pittsbtigh..144 70)) 'and northern Texas, and has .
snow I
(did some good work. It showed the business i- St. Louis .......... CO 76 : :.1"1"; ... "' ,' I .1 t '.i "r. U .; '
Bv. iiutvs, they have amvedjAll.- sports i I continued in Colorado, Denver reporting r ' t I. r "+.i:' , .
interests of the nation that Salt Lake City .. 36 54San
coopera- 12 inches on the ground .
":rih'rof: The Citizen hav J lines. There (!
> ..
y Francisco .
76 .
tion could rebuild business and that busi- iJ5t t'i this morning.. There have also : i
i fc I'y Gravy; lly Jove, Ily heck (a newcomer Seattle ............. 46 64* I b"een'm de'1'at"e' to heavy showersin Electric and
), only lly Golly is missing and he ness at a profit wa better than business at Tampa .............. 68 84 eastern Florida Miami report- Fans.$1.85 up j
I a loss.: N. I II. A. and its codes produced Washington ...... 48 72 : ing 2.80 inches, and light to moderate
t1Ilhe coming along any day now. ..........
32 58
for which showers have occurred in
I I higher prices many things had Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers I
eastern northwestern Kansas and .
gone far below their intrinsic values andit ,
Trading at home is the duty of every WEATHER FORECASTTill are down to freezing this morning

loyal citizen and all of us should realize for brought all the about products a better of American relative industryin position ( 8 p. m.. Friday) '. in while-from Colorado the and Mississippi North Dakota Valley; Themos Bottles and Jugs Beverage Sets j fca3

Ttt.t a dollar kept at home has a chance Key West and Vicinity: Partly ; eastward readings generally
the markets of the nation. Now that are i
t" t''itine l back to us. However, the mer- cloudy. probably fhowers tonightand above normal.

rhants; must= tin their part in advertising this has been accomplished and a great Friday; moderate easterly I G. S. KENNEDY. Pilsner and Liquor Glasses Drink Mixers !
lesson I learned by American business, thereis winds. Official in Charge. .
)!1->. i ii' wares and welcoming you to their I .
further need for the NRA and its --" -
no '-'- -- --
pt:1tl> .' of business I
codes. So the nation can well say, with a I # : Lime and Fruit Pressers :

I grateful farewell, "Ilequiescat in pace."
A political government for Key West I

along the lines of the District of Columbia I CUSTOMERS GET REFUND I Important .

r.t. fiiraagcd by the late Dr. J. Y. 1'01'-1 l Many Other Household Necessitiesand .

ii-t >:r. years :lg..). This eventuality he fre- Something like a million customers ofa Announcementconcerning

qi< :r i'y!' expressed to the writer, and the telephone company in Chicago are be- I Specialties,

pry- flit set-up i is: headed that way. Cornin" lieving in miracles because of a refund of .

r events cast their shadows before. $20,700,000: now being com.pleted. the redemption of First and S i .

The Gainesville Daily Sun, which for- Supreme It came Court about ordered when the the United company States to made Fourth by Liberty the Treaiury Loan. 'Bond Department have been this Visit Our Household Department and See The Up o.. s

tn\ -rlv issued" mornings will in the future refund more than a billion nickels col- week. i (1!

lie: printed in the evening, with the lected from coin box subscribers:: during II Date Stock Jhat We Carry .

tion of Saturdays the Sunday excel-I 1933) and 1934. We woiilcj be pleased to have you \ ..

tion taking its place. This policy The public generally is conscious of consult us .

many. parts of the United States, and inHonda I: the) fact that big business usually wins its "Your home is worthy of the best :

} there are several papers cases in Court. This is probably due to -

n:' ill like manner. Among these PUblish-I the advantage o( better ,organization and I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.. South Florida Contracting- & Engineering Co. i
Tniiias.-ee! : I Democrat, St. $ ; adequate finances to carry on sustained I I
erI l Cradfiiton: Herald Lakeland Ledger litigation. it is a.distinct WF.ST I
Anyway, noveltyto
I I : Phone 598 White ad Eliza Street I'PAGE
?artMtn Herald Fort Tierce News Tribune hear about such a refund as this and a 11 .

and others we cannot recall at the* mo- j pleasure to chronicle the fact that it is Member of the ,Federal Reserve Ij I I I....4..t..t.,..... ...***....+..!. ...............................C
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"!l nSpAY, APRIL 25, 1935. THE KEJY WEST CITIZEN ___ __ }'AGE; THREE

Pena; time of game: 1:30; umpires SS.S SC S S S S I 55 55 5 S.s..s SI

BUSY BEES DOWN : L: Lopez at the plate,
Today History
I imo at first, Q. Lopez at '

FUNERAL HOMERS and Capote at third. Max-I 5555555.........,..----.
y/H4&e Wowe fawihmic J \

-.. .............5 I S..S.S S SC 1719--First edition of "Robinson -
I SPORTS Crusoe" published.
JSr.VOP.17S: Jamei and JanaStimio to hang up his hat to put away his
honeymoon* kave 4* returned tcittek tkert 1rolllJ fDa umbrella, not to strew papers and I
tnlji' out umtonarJ rcum,ta.c parcels and God knows what all over VIEW PARK RESULTSIN 1735-(200( years ago) Died" ,
Jamei vat not matter/Hi CIIoll L the back parlor table. aged 62, Samuel Wesley, English
And Lrtlu' Harris v\om James
pt'ok"jteOIlW fcave married but He remembered one day and forgot SCORE OF 1M i divine and poet father of the
ana . ...........,
cfttmiMff .
for Jo*** tfficUnt the next Just as be forgot impor- 5 S 555.S.e : great Methodist leader.
tk* Jiefp of the fOK-H lutybodift.teemt . .. -- -_._ .
Aoppy. aJnoit. Xoto cr', "I'j tant and vital matters like hours for - -- -- I FOR RENT
to Jamrt to lit. up to the flrttl meals."I .....
.. (By )
"aCaido/" Jane't fatmtr and neither
I 1798-For the benefit
hare ei'-t hIM an
ously, "why the stars should stop In DOINGS I AROUND THE GOLF LINKS ball game last night; not only Hour, Day or Week. Repairall Hopkinson of Gilbert, the Fox Philadelphia, singer, Joseph lawyer
Chapter 28 their courses because I am ten or IN 10 slaughtered the famous Clarence makes and paint them with "
fifteen minutes late. Why do have 1 composed "Hail Columbia,
; we (Cigarette Willie) Gates, but tied "N'u-EnameL We carry a full
ROUGH CORNERS to have dinner anyway. at half-past (By GRAVY) I the Lopez ten for first place in supply of parts. Agent for the sung to the then popular" tune,

six exactly INNING CONTEST I - .- -,.- .- .- ..- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- - .- .- - .- "The President's March.
lAMES and Jane meantime were I ................. .. .' .!. . the second half of the Senior Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

spending most of their evenings "For one reason because I have Our personal glimpse today will} : which i is practically the next thingto League schedule.In And sell them as low as $5.001 I I ----
A house Is little !
only one servant a T -
old friend it. You take club aim the first frame the Bak. down and $1.00 per week. We:[ 1851-The Government tonI -
arranging or re-arranging their factory. It has to be run like one or a j be none other than our I a very I 1
Buy and Sell all makes of used tracted for monthly serv-
brand furniture and three hun single girl cannot ret through her DIZZY DEAN FAILS TO STOP and fellow assistant to Uncle at a very small ball and if you ers scored two runs on three hits a
I .
I I and wild pitch. The Lopez ten Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. :j I iei between Salt Lake City and
work. Samuel, the inimitable Charles I 1 miss the game has you down. a
dred and twenty- lx wedding presents CHICAGO! OUTFIT IN GAME, Stowers 515 Duval Sacramento.
or at least Jane was arrangingand Jane bore it for a time with exemplary Palondanaris. Hogeboom. II I You go home and take your wife's came back in their half of the street. company apr9-tf I

re-arranging while James was patience. She told herself that WHICH WOUND UP WITH seas ; and babies'! heads off if they ask initial inning and scored one run I I I

admiring each succeeding effect she had married a genius. Geniuses Charlie originated up around I you any questions on why you on three hits. That was their only PIANO TUNING 1026-Riza Khan, onetime

"Lord." James, groaned one eve could not be expected to behaveeven TALLY OF 7.6tp.i'JiI I'. where south Alabama conies I lost. So you see, gentle readers, score of the game, although they I I II ''I trooper in the Persian Cossacks,

ning In mock despair. "I don't believe as you and I. Still, it did seem - down to kiss northwest Florida that both games are quite the gathered five more hits. .I PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-I I crowned Shah of Persia.

that anyone outside the Van- sometimes that James was display. I, and there is where Charlie first fame. One game (the first) :you The contest was a good one until I; reno. Excellent piano for sale

derbilts/ and Astors ever had so much ing more selfishness than temperament l iw The rillsm) I saw the light of day in the shadowof can give up-the second, never. the sixth when the Bees scored:]' cheap. 1018 Division street. I 1934-Little June Roblea kid
And she had no Intention of NEW YORK, April 25.-In a ;
I truck." selfishness. a satsuma' tree. seas five runs on five hits off Gates j apr22-lmo: naped at Tucson, Ariz.-found in

They were In the dining room. encouraging ten-inning slugging contest, the I * * Well, after all this digressingfor The safeties were mixed with two i i ia pit May 11.
Chicago Cubs went to victory over I Well Charles Palondanaris for ild two and stol-! PERSONAL I _
Jane had Just finished cramming a the weeks went on James de- I ,. the moment let us get down toCharlie's w pitches, errors a I -
As the St. Louis Cardinals by a score that is what he was called by many base. i

ot groaning elaborate cabinet and with heavy a plentitude cut glass. habits.veloped Jane a succession was soon complaining of Irritating - of 7-6. The Chicagoans batted:!I (how many?), grew up and became I I pretty good.game.averaging His drives maybe 185 are en In the "lucky" seventh the I STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS :,': '.-. '. EM' t tL

three Card pitchers for fifteen big husky Bread scored four more tal. INDIGESTION victims, why
Another cabinet displayed an Infini- to her mother of her husband. a great strong yards but they are not always on boys
tesimal part of their hand painted "\Vhat's the matter? You seem hits.; Dizzy Dean, who relieved I I lad. As a boy he used to put the fairway. When Charlie starts lies on five hits and two fielder's suffer? For quick relief get a-

china. worried. 'Mr*. Northrnp said :'one Tinning in the eighth inning was', pebbles; down on top of some-I I that swing and that bay win- choice to. the plate and no one free sample of Udga a doctor's
Their plate' rail, their tables 'andr : morning vhen. 'Jane dropped In for, the losing twirler for the St. Louis j i body's big toe and then with a i ij I II :l I' l S club world champions; Lou War-I I stick cut from a locust! tree, he'. to that ball. His The leading' hitters of this game macy. 1 1apr23.
ntke pitched the entire game for would take a good healthy swing: happens were Blondon, with three safeties 1-25-30; may 1278914. 1
I; swing is of the short variety
the Cubs, and received credit for and knock the pebble for a loop. II in as many times at bat. 15.16k j I
Charlie it is caused .
his third victory o'f the season.i To Charlie (that is the name he ; says by Ingraham, with three in four' 1 I '
i many navy I mean marine, beans FOR SALE '
Leo Durocher knocked a hotoe run piefers) this was known as a game Which I tries. was also outstanding at bat. ,| 1f
i naturally puts that cori -!
in the fourth i inning. knocked out
Ptf'A called Cow-pasture pool. Armando Acevedo I S
I I The Brooklyn Dodgers defeatedthe a a as i! porosity thereon. I I three safeties in five times. up.. | FOR SALE-Four lots on coun. j

'y 44 Phillies, 4 to 1. Mungo pitched -: Well, Charles read all ab6ut the 1 In the field the -Bakers who I ty Road near Casa Marina
I I Well Hotel and the beach. Apply
4 four-hit ball for the winners' [ big big world and decided to "jineup" brother Hogeboom now played well were Mario Pena. with i
_ takes that iron that he for J. W. V. P. Plummer, HOT
uses '
first basing -
I wonderful
fanned nine batters, and allowed with the United States ome ;
a run only in the third. Frey hit'' rines and see the world. Well, any distance between 15 and 150 mando. with nine chances and no : Fleming street. apr20-Gtx .

his second home run in two days saw some of the world but Ia'i yards anti lams the ball to the error, and Joe II ale. For thej S SS

and his fourth of the season for !I was; pretty black to him green. On his putts he frequently Lopez ten, Sweeting and Bakers PRINTING-Quality Printing at C
is too strong, passing t-he hole II the Lowest Prices. The Art-
Brooklyn. J he spent a lot of time down int I played a good game. Higgs
i but he he learned the first man Press. aug7OLD
says catch of line drivel I
4 The New York Giants downed Haiti trying to catch a few black a very good a HONESTVALUEi
' ____I- t the Boston Braves 3 to 1. This !rascals to keep them from catching: ,) rule too well-never* * *up, never in. which McCarthy sent to his tern-!: PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

; was behind the great pitching of: a few white rascals. However, it|
',i I Hal Schumacher. Joe Moore knocked .] seems that Charlie didn't like that !i His medal score will stick tory.Ward should be praised for his I bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of-
octlG %
a homer for the Giants. i iI i place because when the blacks;r around 95 to 99, so you see he pitching. Gates, although hit hard fice.
't is not neglecting his but he struck out 11 batters.! '
I The Pittsburgh Pirates trounced j caught the whites they took a nice game MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500
I the Cincinnati Reds. 5 to 2. Cy[ dull axe and chopped off !said I does not play as much now as he Score by innings: R. II. E. i' sheets $1.25. The Artman
Blanton held the Reds in check';' white man's head. On the other used to. .says hi.. feet get tired Bees 200 005 400-11 14 1' Press Citizen Building.

with eleven strikeouts. I j hand, when the whites caught the I and they won't let him drive his Lopez .. 100 000 000- 184 ; jun27tf

The Cleveland Indians beat the I blacks they were not quite !so car on the course. Batteries: Ward and M. Ace [TREVOR & MORRIS,

St. Louis Browns:; to the tune of1 cruel. The whites always used a * * vedQ; Gates and Ingraham. TYPEWRITING PAPER 600 -I INC.

3-2. Hildebrand, who had only!, nice sharp axe to decapitate said I By and large, old Charlie is a Summary: Two base hits: Kerr. sheets, 75c. The Artman Press. -

three days of rest since his 14- black man's head. The reason for pretty good player but says the I Ward; stolen bases: Armando;'i aug7 "Oldest Continuous Ford

inning victory in Detroit, allowed this was that it didn't hurt so way these matches: are arrangedhe sacrifice hit: Castro; struck out:II Dealer in the World"
six hits in eight innnigs. much; also there wasn't much never gets a chance to play, by Gates 11, by Ward 3; bases on I PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

The. Chicago White Sox defeated -I chance lor said black man to !I I so as to have somebody buy him balls: off Gates 4. wild pitch: I, cards, 125. The Altaian

the Detroit Tigers, 10 to 4.J get away and sharpen up two I i a dinner. .you got to remember Gates 2; double play: Armant'o to; Press. aug7 -

James Rookie John Whitehead's three-hit| axes. But enough of thisCharlie -,[ that you don't ever have to buy I
was admiring each succeeding effect. '
pitching and a home run barrage; finally got the transfer he i anybody else a dinner, either,

mantels and bureaus and book cases her usual daily cnat They were In by Zewe Bonura. Al Simmons and i wanted. .to a place called Cayo 1 Charlie. .but some of these days -
could scarcely hold all their valuable the upstairs sitting room. It was ex Vernon Washington! gave the Sox I Hue! o. I I he is going to arrange to play Li
brlc-a-brac., Clocks ticked In every tremely hot and Mrs. Northrup bad the victory. . * I Plummer for said meal and says

room, pictures crowded the walls, closed the heavy wooden shutters, The Washington Senators defeated I Here he had no blacks to decapitate -I Li may as well start saving now

fancy covers adorned the tables mirrors leaving one pair slightly open for the Athletics, 3 to :2, hand- ,,' so the next best thing;'I I anti pitch in a couple of bottles of 4'e
gleamed in every available light. Mrs. Northrup was hemming :
nook. napkins and Jane had brought her nig the Mackmen their fourth I: was to take up the game of golf,L beer for good measure.\
straight defeat, and this was in'
"I'll never be able to live up to it," crothetln: Neither believed In wasting I --
of the fact that Foxx !knocked -
James went on. "If ever two people the daylight: hours by sitting spite
eUrrted housekeeping In champagne with Idle hands. a home summaries run for Philadelphia.The I LIGHTHOUSE WINS'FROMARMY LEAGUE TANDINGSAMERICAN

style' ou a beer income it's us." Though they wore light summer :

"Well I wasn't brought up in beer dresses 1Irs.'orthrup's of black NATIONAL LEAGUEAt 1AS roi'
style and neither were you. I've long and white percale and Jane's of blue New York R. H. E. CLUB LEAGUE WITU _

prided myself on being able to makea swiss dotted In white, they were Boston .. ......................... 1 3 0 I' Club- W. L. Pet

dollar do the work of two. Don't heavily and tightly corseted. Jane's New York ..... ................ 390 :
I Eoston ..................... 6 1 .857
you worry. Anyway" there's always face was framed in little damp black Batteries: Rhem, Frankhouseand VICTORY GIVES THEM FIRST I Cleveland .... ............ 5 1 .833 e: ,
Father to fall back on." curia. Her cheeks were flushed and Hogan: Spohrer; Schumacherand I =: ===:
Chicago ......._.......... .. 5 3 .625 f 1
"Your father's heaped us witii obligations there were tiny beads of perspiration :Mar.cuso.At : HALF OF SOCIAL LOOP I,
already. I don't mind him on her perfect upper lip I Washington; ...........-__ 4 3 .571 pl

giving you an allowance to spend on "My. but you are a pretty thing," Brooklyn La& SERIES New York .--.............__ 3 4 .429

yourself, but I'd prefer to pay the :Mrs. Northrup went on affection Philadelphia ..................... 1 4 3 t St. Louis .............._.?_. 2 4 .333

house"All bills right;; .". live Jane on replied what: I make.cheer" ately.dearie. "Rut It will you make mustn't lines on frown your, Brooklyn; ........................ 480 I Detroit ..........._.......-.__ .2 6 .250
Batteries: E. Moore Walters (By JOVE)
fully. "Father has done an awful lot forehead. Tell me what's bothering Philadelphia -- 1 6 .129
i and Wilson Mungo and Lopez.At Yesterday the Lighthouse ten
; I :::=
ll'u up to you now to hustle around )'ou. Perhaps I can fix It. I '
and bring home the bacon." I Jane was seated in a low rocking& of the Social Diamondball Leaguewon

"I'm trying to do Just that." James, 'I chair close to her mother's. She Immediately St. Louis R. H/* E. .first-half honors by forfeit NATIONAL LEAGUE'Club t ,,'.;,' .." i' : '

said humbly. i ceased tor frown,\.ntootbingaway Chicago .............. ....m.. 71$ 2 when the Army used three players I W.: .L. Pet. I,:
,'4)f course you artOf course I wiU/ber fingers-any shadow St. Louis .... .............m.... 6 10J' #2 Brooklyn ......m.:....._.. 6 2 .750 or, I H '1' J n -555 "
Vxuect you to. Making a living is the sot the threatened lines. "James Batteries: Warneke and 1 Il Urine : l not listed to play in the initial I 'a I 1.-,, -'
half of the schedule New York .................. 4 '2. .66"!
very least of what I expect of )'ou." wants a dog" she said ruefully. "lie tt; Harrell, Tinning, J. Djaa ,. .
.' The players mentioned above St. Louis .... ............... 4 3 .571 !t.E '
Jane smiled at him brightly and talks of nothing else-dog, dog dog and Delancey.. a
James kissed her. lie did wish, how from the time he gets up in the were:' Howard, Douglas and Brin.' Cincinnati ........ ......... 4 4 .500 . : r

ever, that Jane did not accept the I morning until. he goes to bed at I At Cincinnati ;'II;; E. deb Pittsburgh ................ 4 4 ''.500 . :: i ," #

Making of a living so casually. night" ; I !Pittsburgh ........-.5 9 1 However, the Army outfit won Chicago . .................. 3 4 .429 j . I atcImi5tiam

"Hut James has a dog hasn't he? Cincinnati ........................ 261 the exhibition game by the score I' Philadelphia .. 2 5 .286 : .
OTHER young couples In New Two or three as I remember." Batteries: Blanton and Padden; ofllto5. ; Boston! ... .. 25 .286
started houskeepinjr In "Two. But he left them at his Aunt Holling worth, Derringer and Ortega pitched a good game, FOR YOUK OLD STOVE
small cottages with the brides doing Sarah's because they were old and Campbell. while Demeritt was not in his]i ........................ -

their own work. He did not. ot used to the place. Now he actually usual form. I Today's HoroscopeS Breakfast ready in a jiffy . no waiting on the coffee-
course expect:: Jane to do without! a wants to buy a great big hulking AMERICAN LEAGUE Theleaders at bat were: Doug),
servant Even: in the Mansion they puppy and raise It by hand. Naturally At Philadelphia R. H. E. las with four singles in five timesat :.S..SSSSSS.............. because the quick, sure speed of gas starts it "perking"right
had to hate all of the raising and bother It is ready as black as like it by the
would have a servant. I bat. D. Powell hit and away. you ,
Washington ..... .............. 3 10 0 a triple with the disciplinarynature
Jane expected him to complimenther would fall to me. I tell him 1 won'thaTe Philadelphia ....... ....... .. 281 two singles in four time? at the I' of yesterday are natural time eggs are scrambled and toast made. "
frequently because she managedto a dirty whiney noisy brute
get along with one. And with all messing up my house and breaking Batteries: Burke and Bolton; plate. Tunkey Roberts hit a thou- good-will and a liking for hard Instant heat . perfectly'' controlled . gives'modern

the dusting . all my bric-a-brac. And I will not" Benton, Cascarella and Foxx. sand percent. lie connected safe- work on its own account. It may cooking-with-gas an advantage which no other cooking
loomed "I should think that would settle ly in his only time at bat. I carry a happy disposition, content
The servant question largeon method offer. You have finger-tip control of not .
: In the field Brindel played a can .
E. lot in
the young Stimsons horizon. it." At Cleveland R. II. with its own life; but is .-
Jane had already tried out two and "Settle It? You ought to be married St. Louis ------------------.2 6 2 great game in center field for the I more likely to be dominated witha one, two or three speeds-but of literally a thousand!

lost them. Later she lost others. to James for a week or two. Cleveland .. ..................... 3 4 1 ''I Service ten, and his catches kept strong love of justice. It produces You can always have exactly the heat you want, simplyby
Hut this Jane claimed was more When he wants anything no matter Batteries: ; Thomas and Hems-I the Lighthouse ten from scoring! I a leader of men, whose! following turning valve.
James fault than hers and Jane how unreasonable, he thinks It ley; Hildebrand, L. Brown and I many a run. Nodine and Ward :: accompanies its chief

probably was rightIn ought to be my greatest pleasure to Myatt.At I also played well. Archer starred I[through pure regard for his sterling -
spite of all his good resolutions, tear myself' to pieces to get It" I I for the Beacon boys and all of I( qualities.. .. Arrange NOW to enjoy the sureness and speed of cook

James proved himself far from a "I'd soon disabuse his mind of that Chicago R. II. E. the rest of tne players made one 1 1I r ing this modern way. The liberal allowance for your old

model husband. Jane often said that Idea." :Mrs. Northrup Jabbed viciously Detroit ............................ 432 I or more errors, except Stanley 1 1I I Sales of candy increased in all stove makes it so easy''to' change to a modern gas range

five minutes after he came throughthe with her needle into the damask. Chicago ..............._.._.._10 15 0 and Head. sections of the United States last .
front door the house looked as If (Copyright/ 1)31. Mated U. Farnhom) I Score R. H. E. during our Spring Range Sale. Come i in TODAY ar $i v f/;.
by'innings; : .
: Batteries: Marberry, Bridges I !I year, "according -reports to the :., . :
a baby elephant had been rampaging I Tomorrow, the Stimson misses I Hogsett and Cochrane; Whitehead Army u 121, 012 400-11 13 O.. department of commerCe make your selection.

through It. James tried to remember, suStains its first major Cllall'llt"l and SeweU. I I Light. .. 020,000 003- 5 9 9,t 1 1. .'

- ..--.- -- -- :. Batterjes:. Ortega and B. Pow der way. The first game will be
..........0..... ........ Comptroller-General of the U. S., New York at Boston, postponed I.I.ell; Demeritt'and F. Stickney. played by the Service and Garage
rain. Summary; Errors: Valdes 3, tens This contest will start at
Today's Birthdays born in Fayette Co., Ind., 62 years I II Albury, Dion, Stickney, Cerezo, 2 o'clock. At 3 o'clock the American )

... .......... ........... j ago. __ GAMES TODAY Demeritt, Lewin; home, run: Stanley Legion will play the Recre'.1 li m J
I I ; three base hit: D. Powell; tion Department. This will I

John F. Stevens of Baltimore, Dr. Edin B. Wilson of Boston !:I AMERICAN LEAGUE two base hits: William, Jones, first two games of the second half.I .!, .......oe ... .,..... .. ._".... ....... ..... -........
noted civil and railway engineer.! professor: of vital statistics at the Detroit at Chicago. Archer, Cerezo; stolen bases: De- will publish the rest of the schedule _........-.....__ .:: :;=:.!_ A -----_""" '-.r-: .
Health -
Harvard School of Public -
born at Gardiner. Maine, 82: years St. Louis 4\ Cleveland, mt'ritty Brindel. Douglas. D. Pow.. before Monday.In ,
at 56
born Conn.
ago. yean Washington at Philadelphia. ell; struck out: by Ortega 4, by t In the second half no player can .

,I ago. New York at Boston.NATIONAL Demeritt 3; sacrifice hits; No- be used by a club if be hasn't had .

Prof. Edwin R. A. Seligman i Dr. Felix d'Herelle- Yale pro- dine 2; time of game: 1:20; umpires the 0. K. of all the managers of I Florida Public Utilities Company
noted Columbia Vniversity professor -
bornin fessor of protobiology, born in LEA UE : MeCollough and Joe Bak-- the league. No player can go from
emeritus of ,
economy Chicago at St. Louis. Cr qoe club to another one he plays I
New York City; 74 years ago. Montreal, 62 years ago. club. No night league JACK R. HYMAN Sales
--- Pittsburgh. at Cincinnati.\ s ---:- with one i Manager "-

Richard N. Kllt<-tt of Conners- Princt>s.c..Royal Mary of Brit--1 I Boston at New York. On Saturday afternoon- the scU player will be allowed to participate -!. -.-- -

ville, Ind., RepubUfan Assistant ain, born 38 yean ago. r il4de1pitrooklyn.. ba 'ftjjhe,schedule! w1 4 pt 1-I in JbU circuit -- -


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!' LEGALS R. F. Blanlon of MarIon N. C.
MENTIONMrs. Today'sAnniversaries i .l rl
SOCIETY 1. ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings I has a collection of guns that

:-: : : ,......................... l\T\\Tin B.\TUTII rillCIIT.lUU'UL tot ItT rmci OF TilE ITOF flint ranges locks from pre.Revolutionary
Till STATS: OF FLOIIIlit. I to weapons used in the
.. ..........................................J.... I Manuel Perex returned ........................ 1% AMI: FOII MOMIOK ('Ol\T': I World war.
I'I yesterday) from a short visit with That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend I\ IOHMKHV.:

Convent Pupils Heard In Music I' relatives and friends! in Miami. I land's 15'J9! famous-Oliver religious Cromwell, leader Eng- Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; National I I I In the of Matter Jennie of IVrler the Application Klrke. !,I A bill to amend Utah's civil

Recital At Hall Last EveningA John Dos I:;:;:;: noted writer I, soldier and Lord Protector, born., and International Problems Inseparable i lo This Hecoine a: Free. DECREE Dealer.FINAL. .I service law, introduced in the

who was on a business trip to i I Died Sept. 3, 1658. From Local WelfareOne I heard this matter day upon coming the-on Report to I.e of House would suspend or discharge -

-- New York returned yesterday. ........................................oe..... .. J. J....n.'tolot lister. Special Master I employes for discourteous
very appreciative audience of Recitation: "Playing School," I 17C9-Mark I. Brunei, famed in Chancer)'. to whom the petition treatment of the public.
I I of the natural results of by the Federal Government's recent -! h..r"l.n was" heretofore rerrr..I -,.
music lovers listened attentivelyto R. Carver-R. Lopez C. Ybarmea. Jlrs. Fay Bethel and children English::; civil engineer chief engineer : I I with direction to take tentiinony -
I Under the Apple Tree, CouperinA. left yesterday afternoon for a I of New York for several depression was a gradual slowing refusal to contest the con-i and make inquiry) as to the capacitye..iupetc.ey .I The cat of Mrs. $arl Klauserof
the rendered in the
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program btitutionality of the NRA and qualification
in the .f
Convent Immaculate Sassinctte. short vacation with relatives in I years, born in France. Died in down in corporate financing. Bond Supreme Court ;t j JeSM I'orler Kirke. a married w." 5arnes j ,_CityJUT>x.,_win' drink
of Mary Prelude, Ketelby-M. Sands. Miami. London Dec. 12: 1849. issues grew fewer and smaller, when at the Government's I man to take charge of and manaRe water only from a bowl with goldfish -

Auditorium ,last evening by the Violin: "Home Sweet Home"S. I' finally disappeared almost entire request, the Court dis-j| hecunie her own a estate free dealer and t'r and pcrty. and thei to in it but never .has attempted

pupils of the school: of music of I Cabrera; piano. C. Ybarmea. W. S. Roberts chief operator 1787-Justin Edwards : I ly. Last year the passage of the! missed the case against a lumber-,!i teMimony taken before Halt"upon Special' to eat the fish.
this institution.The gational celrgyman congre-j man who had deliberately refused I|1 Master and submitted with "lei're.
Trio Violins: "Oberon", Weber with chain of bitterly-debated Securities Act put
a moving picture | lM>rt.; and the Court being atisfid
the American to obey the code. Critics of the I
many and) interesting well- -l'iano, B. Moreno; O. Kemp, G.Cethencourt. I houses in Miami arrived yesterday an additional crimp in financing! [ as to the capacity and qualificatlorfsi
played 'selections making the ciety. writer of tracts born at NRA were acrid. friends were,i i of the said Jessie I Porter Klrke amarried Subscribe to The Citizen.
up S. Cabrera.
for a short visit with rela operations-provisions of the bill;; silent and I woman, to take charKatofj
I worried.
Westhampton Mass.\ Died
program were not only by the Dreamland, Garland-B. Ole. tives. were so sweeping that corpora-' and manage her own estate an.t'I'rtoerty. '|
: 1 23, 1853. Now both sides have cause to I and
more: advanced students of violin sen. tion executives were literally I to become- a free'?

and piano but also::; oy many beginners -[ Polish: Dance Harris-II. P't rce. Jimmie Jackway. who was -- afraid to offer the public even the I feel better. The government is i Court dealer bemK in every fully respect advised and In the thel I

as well. I j( Song. : "Far Out At Sea," Cole0. spending a few days in Key We*>t 181 I-William II. Bissell, Illinois choicest securities. going to the high court with another premises is thereuponIt I End of Season I
The Overture played the lawyer, congressman ind J NRA case which is as important hereby OR 11 F.IU:11.n-
by or- Perez O. Vasquez; piano, as guest: of*Ir.) and lWt'!.. Ramon: During March, the bond market, JI'I>cr-I1.: and DECREED as f..l-
chestra as an owning number was C. Bethencourt. I governor born in Yates Co., N. and as clear cut as that I lous viz: -
Rodriguez left afternoon began to how signs of life fort
I I I yesterday Y. Died March 18 1860. of the disscntfng lumberman. 1. That the Report of the
worthy of special mention, while Ruins: of Athen, Beethoven-D. I for Tampa. J the first time in several years.I I Master In Chancery filed herein Special - SALEBegins

the choruses recitations and lIum-:j: Lloyd. 1813-Constance Cary Harrison New security registrations totalell$281.000,000a me case involves a company on the 6th day of April, A. I).1
erous other number added to the I' tl"r-I which indicted 1935. be and the same .la herehconfirmed .
Love's Response, Kinkel-L. Miss Harriet Hjort left rise of 310 was on nineteen Saturday 27
'e!< noted novelist born in Fair- per: I In all respects. April
interest! of the evening's program. Ferandez. counts for violating the Live Poultry .
: That
day afternoon for Jacksonville fax Co., Va. Died Nov. 21, 1920. cent over February. They were I Jessie Porter Klrke, The following items will be
There were a large number in''| Violin: "Holiday Waltz," ('p4tn02. where she will spend a while with not confined to small, speculative:1 I Code. These counts run all' hereby petitioner, granted herein a license be and to manage she Is, specially priced during this

attendance, all of whom thoroughly K.: Schmidt-C. Bethen- relatives. I 1862-Lord Grey of I Falloden issues-five of the nation's larg-!j I the way from selling diseased I take charge IIf. and control her SALE-

enjoyed the various renditions! court; piano. O. Vasquez. English: statesman, born. Died est corporations filed applications'' birds to overworking and underpaying tiwn estate ami a'roJ.cort ami t., become -
a free dealer in every respect ELECTRIC IRON: 6 lit., complete -
and the excellent presentation of,,' Drifting Clouds, Torjussen-B. Miss Ruth Bethel who was Sept. 7, 1933. exceeding $20,000,000 each. Leader -:!i! workers. The Manhattan in a<*c..rdanoe with" the statutes ..f with cord.. $1.00

the many numbers fully demonstrated t' Sawyer.On visiting with her parents. !Mr.\ and I was Southern California Edison -:''i Circuit Court of Appeals decisionon i the us... Slate anil dispose of Florida of her and to hold Airo Air Cooled Pipes $1.00

the capabilities of the : the Lake op 48, Williams Mrs. William Cullingford at the I! which applied for an i issue of;, the case-which prepared the in the same manner setta as ratet.r't'rty If ELECTRIC TOASTER $1.00

pupils in the art of music. I I R. Lopez. .., family residence on Newton street 73000000. ', !: way for a Supreme Court appeal .hn were a single "' (1111\". .. THURMOS VACUUM BOTTLE -

The program follows: j| ..j-jUie| tt>"DUkEyrs. ," Bob Roy left yesterday for Miami. I Officials of the .J5ecuritie,.andi.J i I'::_4 i U, interesting.vThVTuidffes held I at l.)Key one and\\ ....!Ordered'n. Florida. this Oftnfiera.Sth day S hot or cold $1.00
Orchestra: Overture, "If Were Peery-B. 'Ulefon, C. Armentreos. 1 [AtThe Stores] Exchange Commission were{ .4 hat, -Ina,. .R chl en. .f..\pril. A, I>. IMsifAlnrll: ( U IJIFFIR.SON o\\ iIi4sPaifle-itS! I ice Tray!!,
Jub-j! : it. I'at. .. .. ... ._ . .
'a 'King"VillilJ! N. Yates IJ. 1 I l'sold : : I ItIiv *:. $1.00
% ,Stormy Weather Burgmuller- Jchn p. Ahren bytnc.cpjinpanif'*fosed 't t
of the
; Ahrens-j lant offered the bpinion that.th . t I I 1It1et' ..f the Circuit Court of the Imported Vases: ... . $1.00
Brantley, L. Lee. G. Ybarmea, S.I C.,:Y[.!I rfllt'3. Fox Fire Engine Company of financing log-jam had bee bfok- $J: tb ""- wert\! .h.t n I I ''1'senIl'th Judicial Circuit .>f thestale TNI KET*
( I ,$1.00
Aronovitz A. 'Parks. T. Sands;, ; On the Sea op,22. 'nq 6, Schytte Cincinnati.. arrived yesterday for en at last. A large number of 48te I e l'an\. :k lIf I Joo.: .. C. : ..I'M"/r.- "'"z- CI ler "," ._ ,...L f $1.00
P. Jame, E. Moffct, O, Kemp', I[ -0. t'ere ..t a short, stay. with':fIenrl"SfI.1 left RICHARDSON'S SPECIALS bond men, however were dubious. subject to NRA control. But they I W" 'J1 i. J I IttiJ' T$1 l or.!Cash Boxes.--

M. Knowles, C. Bethencourt; man-j j ViolinltMazurk-a; .. .e.. Concert in the aetc'I'noonfur; Miami. Read the prices listed on groceries They pointed out that the issues also held that the working condi- :\IITU.t: rl.M'ATION OIIE. a ....... .;. ...' $1.OO

dolin, J. Jame/; l&anjo- uitar. W. Haesche-.0. Kemp, ;. piano, C. .----- in Richardson's advertisement were not really new. that they are tie *_ of thiV.Cfctnpffny'ffirployeswere ',: : I.tn: \\I\.:> AM:1-t.I.: IIKKIt i.mi OILS!!. Hand 1Painted Cups: and

Gorhring; picno M.\ M. ))jon. L. Kemp R. I.. How. construction engineer I in this issue. Great savingscan refunding operations. In other 'not an interstate affair and Saucers, 12 )pieces $1.00
Delaney. C. Fernandez.! A. J nks. Harlequin Himme- be made by trading at this could WIIEHKAS. JoV rarhonell has Glass
;; Intermezzo on the bridge projects. left words the companies making the so not be regulated by the filed with the Board of Count Fish Bowls 2 gals. $1.00

Sailor's Song, J\err-1\I. IVrcz. briich-C. Bethencourt yesterday for Islamorada, after a ftore. issues were merely retiring old NRA or any other federal agency.It Commissioners ..I Monroe County. Alarm Clocks .. ...._.. .. $1.00

Melody Study Couperin-J. M. j i Secondc Valse op 56, B. God1 short stay in Key West.Mr. Richardson's: Grocery specializesin bonds paying high rates of interest -, is obvious that if the Supreme Florida sell liquors an application, wines and for beer permitto In Pyrex Ovenware, Pudding Dish

Thompson. '1 ard-O. Vasquez. quality merchandise at low to replace them with new Court sustains'; this opinion the Election District No. 1 of bald and Pie Plates .._ . $1.00
Hop Thumb, Blake-W. M. Cur- ,> Duet: "Rondo Villageois," Den- I Irices. NRA will have County and State:
- and :Mis.Vill Baez who bonds at lower rates. i I won a small point. An% rillz..n ..* ttllnh blu,. i..n Almitrict Pocket Watches ... $1.00
ry. I nee-B. Sawyer l). L.olyd K. were spending a week with !Mr.r SEe head Kennedy admitted : and lost: a great one-without -Y--show' cause: ,-ir any' there!I' Chronium Plate Solid Bowls"

Chorus: "Golden Sunset," Cad-1 i Lopez II. Pierce. i Baez's mother and sisters'' in USED CAR SALE that was true but said that a''t I control over wages and! hours, the Ie. at the next regular meeting ofsaji at ..--.n..-. $1.00
man-Piano. B. Moreno. I j Cantique d'amour Liszt-B. Tampa I The tremendous :stock of used NRA would be loard. why such permit should Chronium
were returning passengers period of refunding always precedes -;,; virtually impotent. not be granted. Plate Sandwich
A Dutch Waltz Kerr-P. Hem Moreno. I on the Steamship Cuba cars at Meltzer Motor company ingway. I Chorus: "Roses Evry where, yester-I will be sold at bargain prices during -I any attempt to raise "wholly, ........................ Clerk Hoard cf County Commissioners How
day. new" ley Jungle Hats ..... $1.00
funds. inasmuch! as corpora-j of Monroe County }Flor
Boy Scout Parade V. Lloyd-j''I Denza-7th and 8th grades; piano the sale which is now going on. lions must' adjust their financial: TO SUBSCRIBERSIf ida. aprll-IS-15: Chronium Plate Electric Iron

S. Cabrera. O. Vasquez. I Jackson Golden manager of the Those who are in the market structures to fit market ,; 6 Ibs. .........._.... ..__ $2.00
for used cars should not neglect condi-j A prediction by the United I
Hotel Colonial, left yesterday aft- tions. ]Mr. Kennedy did not Vacuum Jugs 1 :gal., hot or
do !
ernoon for a business visit in Miami. ' looking over this large line of all that ; you not receive your States department of agriculture I' cold ..... ... .. ......... $1.98
makes. the simplification( of SEC! paper .by 6:15 o'clock in the is that the
I prices of farm
Miamian Entertaws At DanceParty rules had anything to do with the'increase I I ma- Vacuum Bottle. 1 qt. hot or
I __ I call telephone 51 chinery in 1935 will be slightly, cold ..... .. ....._. $1.48

Given Here Last NightAn Miss\ Anita. Wilson. who camel Reductions REDUCED on MEAT meats PRICES at Monroe observers in give financing much ,of but the credit niostj J{I your and a home.paper A will complaint be cent boy to year.higher than during the preceding, Big j Ben Alarm Clock ... $%..95Gents'

to Key West to attend the Con-: to that. Last fall, one aJiplil"ant'for tki Wrist Watches .... $3.45
Meat Market are announced oil J i* on duty at office from
enjoyable social event of Mildred\ Olsen Lillian Lujan vent Alumnae reunion held annually the front page of this issue.! an issue! was forced to fill 20.,I 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the I Gents' Wrist Watches .. $7.50

last evening was the dance party Yvonne Pinder Isabel Marjorie in St. Cecilia's Hall at the I In another 000 pages with data-which had purpose of delivering complaint Chronium Plate Electric Toasters .
Kelly advertisement
Convent of Mary\ Immaculate on ... . ......_. .
,left $1.49
given by Nestor Delgado of Miami .Frow MUude\ Lowe Dorothy Page, Four a number of Friday to be assembled and compiled! at.:: *. Help us give you 100 FRIDAY and SATURDAY I
at the home of .!\Iatt.hew'lf I Woods Cleora yesterday afternoon for her home I I, and the company's expense. Since the I percent service by eating 51 SPECIALS Electric Percolators .? $1.95
Sidney Roberts Mary in Saturday specials are given.. '
Miami. Commission its rules Bird Cage. ....... ..........:... $1.25
on Southard street Louise Ruth Osterhoudt revamped if you do not receive The Citi
j| Albury, ,
I Vacuum
Monroe Meat Market Bottle, 1 pint hot or
Dancing was the main event oci| Susan Cah.Iloward ]Mrs.!! II. S. McClanahan left by I DELICIOUS CAKES and forms applicants no longer! zen. < I j cold) ...?. .. _....._..._._ 7Sc

the evening after which a eleli-'|1 1I Pinder. Malcolm Pin I rail yesterday afternoon for visits Cake specials this week at the have to keep their 24-hour accounting departments -,' ........................ .-.t----, Crystal Cut Goblets, Iced-Teas,
shifts in
cious refreshment course of ice I I der Howard Butler Malcolm Sawyer I in Miami\ and Tampa ant will!) be Maloney and Peacock Bakery are on orjer :' LAMB LEGS, Sherbets. 6 for ...... SOc
cream candies and sandwicheswas Warren Hill, Bert Buckley I for o Date Layer, Caramel Layer and tin to prepare the necessary in 28c Large Lamp Shades .. 49c
gone about one veek.: Ib .. I
formation. One the
served.; I Darnell Carey, Sidney Matthews, Milk Chocolate cakes. of largest of MONROE THEATERGinger per II I Straw Hats ...\..__..... SOc
the March\ issues involved the PORK SHOULDER, I
Among those present and expressing Jr. These cakes are offered at spe- Rogers in 20c Focusing Spotlight, completewith
themselves as thoroughly Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Matthews Mrs. Jack Maloney and son, eial low prices on Friday and Sat- preparation of but 70 pages of ROMANCE IN MANHATTAN ierb ._. I batteries, ........ .. 59c
enjoying the evening were: !Mrs.\ Diego Delgado. who were spending a few days urday. data] on the company's status and Ramon PORK hAMS half 28c Congoleum Gold Seal and Crescent
with relatives and friend, left operations. I i I Navarro-Evelyn Laye in per Ib .. ... Rugs:-

--- --' -----. yesterday afternoon for Miami. Whether or not any brand new THE NIGHT IS YOUNG BUTTER Or I 6x9 ...._ _.... ,r $4.50 up

JOHNSON'S SALE bond issues in the Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra perth _.. <>Ol/ 74x9 .. ..+_....__ .. $5.50
Visitors Leave r Philatelic Society End of the Season Sale at Frank appear 15-20c; Night, 15-25c OxlOVj ,. ..... $7.95
Valentine Mesa
I left future there will be continued
Enroute HomeMrs. Will Meet yesterday Johnson's in the Colonial Hotel Just Received-Large Shipment 9x12 _*.__. _. $8.50 up
I Monday afternoon for a stay with relatives activity of the refunding order.
building starts Saturday. HENS AND
I I and friends in Miami. The Literary Digest!': says that it is FRYERS
There are scores of items I \\\\\\\'II/ FRANK JOHNSONHotel
t;. C. Dettloff) of Bloomer!i The Key West Philatelic Society ed down at prices far below currently predicted that 1000.,| Phone 411 Free Delivery

Wia.. who had been visiting in ., will have its Spring social gathering H. :M. Duncan engineer in they have been selling for mark-I 000,000 of refunding issues byi SPEND 510 Fleming Street Colonial Building

Key West since December) of last on Monday night l promptly at charge of the bridge projects! on i in the season. Read private corporations will appear;
the keys, left yesterday afternoon shortly. | YOURVACAT1fTh%
$!:00 Eaton vertisement.ami .
year, and her son, C. K. Dettloff at 708 street.A .
after short business It is fact that the
a visit in a noteworthy ,
and wife also Mr. and! Mrs. Morris greatly varied program will !1 - --- -- - .
be presented by members of the Key West. where she-wil spend the week I.; English security market i is the I
Amundson who arrived here i' scene of new capital i-wiirs.
society and other local talent. end with relatives and friends. j many rlllIIIIIIIIII.."
Friday left this morning over the I Four are in store for James V. Martin, of Key West, I I Great Britain's low point in fi- 5 THIS YEAR IN :
was registered i : at the =Seminole, I ii I I nancing occurred two be-'
F. L. Johnson chief years
highway en route to their homes.! those who will attend the very informal 'I I FLORIDATake
Hotel in Jacksonville, on Monday.' : m mate. U. S. Coast Guard arrived L I. !-and now, apparently
Mrs. Helt) lit;; expressed herself I affair. Twenty-five frames
I April 22. yesterday from Fort coming back a year or so Just Three
with stamps which were shownlulil' Lauderdalej
ior9)1rHEALI !
as being greatly delighted with I ahead of us.
to Mrs. \
join Johnson who before '.
: the<< First: Annual Key was
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her stay in Key and stated I M. E. Gilfond and J. LancelotLester
We.st. marriage Miss Cleora Knight ,
West Stamp il Coin Exhibition, I :
aul\ .
that she proposed to visit here ( : of Key West.! wore registered and the baby and make Much comment was occasioned / IIX 1' ; .
1 may I be, seen.Tickets preparations M Vj i'iY'YiVi'- "III> > .
again next winter.' The other!I I pf admission may be at the Hotel Seminole. in for going to Detroit. Mich., 1-- -- -- I :; t ,

members of the partyere also)! had from all members of the Miami jostonlay., __ .,.. I where Mr. Johnson has been ordered i "
high in their praise of the. I.and'! i' sponsoring society.' .1 i t for duty.Richardson's. S WiQfltiisi"ert'It :
City. I Miss Alice Roberts, daughter of : .
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'' Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles I.. Roberts, I. T I l I'" .
I iIelodyllourAt} left 'yc.terday' afternoon for Mi-\ I I'I fmwhjcK'o '" .
Announcement .' i :; : tz ke, : advantage *
01 Marriage I I Tonight and from there will start on a ride: 'I I Grocery I' tot out liberal offer on

I I around the boulevard. Later, S"LIFfOP"
I Tonight }promptly at 8:00: the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
I'' club members will stall at Rest
Mrs. Seely I Herttell
t-pt-oiid Key West Melody Hour I SPECIALS
the marriage of her sister Miss: I will commence. A few ticketsare Beach for a supper. I
Mary Perez de Guzman, daughter still available and be had
of Mrs. Antonio IViez de ''I may Butter, Ib ... ...n...-.... 35c L
at the door of the Writing Salonof
man to James I). Curry. son of| the Key'e t Colonial Hotel Maxwell House Coffee, tb 31e 5 .

!>lr. and Mrs. Charles1.: Curry,I: where the' presentation will take I ARCHER'SGROCERY I II Bliss Coffee tb ....m..n 25e

Gig Ashe street. i place. Kaffa Haar. Ib n.............._ 49c Refrigerators

The marriage ceremony was I A number well-known local Sugar, 5 Ibs. .. .. . ....... 25c
i I I Milk ... .... ,
performed Rev.: W. J. can tOe and tic '
by M'irtin
pianists are on the and ;; .
program ....
Cream 6 40c cad 44c
I cans _
"The That
of Ley :Memorial Church yesterday an enjoyable hour is awaiting Store Serves Tomatoes, can ......_..._..._ 5c Over one hundred of
morning at the home of the': those who} will attend. I You Best" I S.lt.3 pkg*. .. .. .............. lOc tlieGuess

bride, I.n Newton street. Due to::j i While a number iin progress,, Guavas, 2 n size can .....__ 20c 1 our customers have already l. ::

the serious illness of MrsGuz-:[: the doors! will remain closed. SAVE TIME AND MONEY Pears 2i? size can ............ 22c

man only the immediate members I)I time and Peaches, 2V size can ........ 18c I Work OutBuy taken advantage I'
of the family were in Why spend gas Siam Rice 5 lbs ..........._ 3Sc .
attl'ndance'i\i \JVheel Club To shopping around. when we give 1 Baked Beans 6 cans ..- 28c I of this attractive offer./ _

Have special attention to our telephone Jelly 3 tb box ,.. 24c .
i Group Ride n - -- .
McBride Family orders. I Flour, 6 tb sack ......._ 28c I USCt' car backed by : '" -r

Leaving On Trip il I oruCoral:; 1 Ovaltine. small. ......._._._ 35c Buy a Square ,Deal $ 00 :
Members: WheelI Our clerks exercise the Ovaltine. large -. ......... 6Sc crtifitte, i 8ued against mechanical !
Club will participate in another greatest care with each order I Prunes 24 size can __.-.. 22c our Gold 1 .

Mrs. James ML-Bride daughter I group ride tomorrow night, it I and fill it as specified. I Cras Crackers pkf. ..__ 24c defKts. Each car is thoroughly :,.;; e

(.r Mr. and Mrs.I William II. Collins was announced today. I Sausages in Lard can n..._ 15c the best

will leave this afternoon with The is to the We Welcome Responsible I Potatoes, 10 Ibs. _. ....-.. 25c nt'onditioned( and rcpre-ts e
group gather at
her two children for St. Louis for I: ; Account Tuna Fish can .. _. _'_h_- 15c offerei1l. Youun't
residence of Mrs. Fred ALL
visit I Tomato Paste lOc size obtainable at the price 'HOLDS THIS f.oODI S
a with her value
W. Collins. brother Charles i All Competition met with 2 for .. - 15c buy a usedcar. down and $1.00 ZcttaaiIk U V Pn.tntm
| t Cod Fish Cakes, 2 cans 2ScPimento. afford to guess when you 1 dOL e'li I Ib. boner
After spending a while with her KEY WESTCOLONIAL Low Prices and High Quality. ., 3 cans ....__ 2Sc a Square Deal per month untilJuly {i.ce.2 pit.cbcrM: 1 bitU. 2 ca.csltvp.frwc.

brother. :Mrs. McBride and the I' HOTEL I Order All Food Needs Rinso. 3 pIgs. ..._ .__ 24c Play safe and gd first b 1 bofd cM.1 cherries Ib*. _s. I 2 bead'10..
children will leave to join :Mr.! Sani-Flush. can __ 23c used rar Itttmct i bi. tncumbtr
McBiide who ,s stationed! at Coco In the Center of the Businessand i i Through Us: I Ivory Soap. 6 bars 34c Certificate ,' 2 Itx. e_. 2..rape_. 5 Irmc I b.*.<2 brelrrr

Sola, Panama. I j Tomatoes 3 Ibs. 25c See leooas S ooze* ors...s
i Theater District Turtle I String Beans. 2 cans ",__ 25c us regarding thistrial 1 isr salad. Atttt.t ,. I Ib.
I lard 2 lefr- .. co..
Fruits Vegetables Calumet Bakinf Powder. .
tamers | rn-watt, rxxtU.
PALACELilian First Class-Fireproof- Meats tb can ..____.., ..,. -...- 2Sc plan 2 gunk ttut.g Its,, 120
: in ,.bca-% 1 .. o' Jul
Sensible Rates Pig Feet jar __ 18 and 28c '
I Harvey-Charles Boyer in I Dairy Products Cooked Brains, 3 can 25c s

Phone 67 Free
John Wayne<< in The
RAINBOW VALLEY t Garage EleTatorPopular 814 Fleming Street Phone 658-R Free Streets Delivery Key West Electric Co. ';
Eaton and Elizabeth at. Continuous Ford Dealer in the World
: Matinee: lO-15c; Night: 15-25e Prices : _
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