The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00449
 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: March 8, 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: UF00048666:00449
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Associated Press Day Wire :. ; Key West, Florida has the

Service. t.be![: Itep WCS..t' CttBen< most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the' country; wich an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14" Fahrenheit






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Entire Map Of Nation'sIndustry VISITOR GIVES I D. C. STREETS WELCOME ADDRESS Large Number In Attend-

Be Re- I BY ACTING MAYOR I At Event Taking
I! Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida Another traffic light was au. 5555............W.......

made Before It ReachesAn FRIENDS 1 1I I Emergency Relief Administrator I therizcd today at a special meeting OF NECESSARY CARDS I The following is a copy of the Place Here Last Evening -

HERE I I will leave Key West this after!I of the city council. This I j!!address of welcome delivered by

EndBy noon for Washington D. C., and light will be placed! at the corner -1 Members\ I Leo II. Warren acting mayor of
When Mrs. T. Elwood Allison I of the Volunteer I i I the city of Key West, at the ol't'ning
i expects to be absent for about one!i of White and Division streets.I II Works Corps: were asked by M. E. :.
and Exhibition
ALFRED E. SIMMONS DIREC- of Media, Pennsylvania and Beach of the Stamp Coin
i j week. Present at the J. Gilfond, acting administrator of
meeting were : I i I last night:
HERBERT PLUMMER MUSEUM Haven, N. J., returns home next I I The visit to the capital is for the I I The grand opening of the first
WORCESTER | the district Florida
AMorlaled ..r.... TOR OF Frank Roberts, president pro tern; | ERA here, to- !j Mr. President, Members of the
Clly month she will carry with her a purpose of discussing with, Harry''j jI I Councilmen C. C. Ambrose I| Iay to complete their volunteer 1 I Philatelic Key West Stamp and Coin exhibition .
8.Line.are Symonette, Society
file of The Citizen; to be displayed -I i Hopkins, Federal Emergency Re. : Cleare, F. F. Hoffman and I work hours as soon as possible\ i ii !' Ladies and Gentlemen: I I last night was a splendid

drawn on capitol hill for a PLACE YESTERDAY to friends when they ask''lief Administrator projects and i Joe Cabrera. > I and turn in their cards to the re-i I It is my honor and pleasure to]I I
problems in connection with the 1 search and statistics ; success. It Is a coiservative esti.
is West Bills, net yet due, for the departmentof welcome you to the opening of I II
what kind of a city Key I
legislative; battle which promisesto in Florida. I
I program i other traffic lightsvhich are the administration, so that i the first Key West Stamp and':: mate that between six and seven
and what i is being done there.
rank with any during this session Alfred F. Simmons, one o( the now in operation at Fleming and''cards showing honorable discharge :: Coin exhibition. I I
So things have happened\ i can be issued. hundred people attended th. dis-
directors- of the Worcester Mu. many FERA MEMBER I Duval and Southard and Duval This occasion clearly demon-"
of congress in importance'and 'seirm'yesterday spoke in praise of and there'has. been so much to seep I streets, were authorized paid. The cards showing discharget: I strates what a change, has,,.takep';' jrwhich; ,;featured the educa.

'fireworks the Key ,West ,Art Gallery and and doduring! her stay that to will be signed by Governor Dave I! place in our city !in.the jast,.year.'! .
I tton | .d of
ARRIVES HEREHENRY ,fc".tionaalue.\ ,
e added to' the encomiums which try and'relate I the i story would be*! ANNOUNCEDEATH I II Sholtz and,;Julius '-', Stone, Jr.1 As you may recall several'( < 4

The entire map of'the'nation'* have been heaped 'on the institution I futile, she remarked.i I So she has Florida Emergency,BelieL,Adrntm-5;S months back, the people of Key;;..stamp.c.ollecting.: I
ol> since; its. opening one week istrator, Mr. .Gilfond pointed out, West had lost '.hope; appealed* S th.
be'remade ben < Promptly atp'cIoik/ | presi-
utility induhrj'lDay I saved all copies of the paper and : end he added that the adroiniUra-i!
ago. I REDKEY PLANS TO RE.I CHAS. N. BROWN: to ,the! governor of, our.t;tate for,
fore it is over, and that complicated Yesterday' was the first will save the others up to the time I tion isanxious to issuethese cards : help and he in turn appealed to* den| of! ,the ,sponsoring society
financial'mechanism'knownas tunity MrJ'Simmons had OPJ1OT.1 I of her departure and arriving -- I as soon as possible.! i j our president; from' this .appeal',.Commodore ,Ton..M, etk-Liubak II.

the gallery since his sev. home will have them securely: SEVERAL DAYS Mrs. William II. White of 1013''I'J Since the volunteer work program -! :Mr.. Stone our benefactor was
D. W. welcomed the inNavarro's
the "holding company" thrown eral. days ago. on a fishing excur- I Inon. ;i bound and ,give: her friends ocular: South street is in receipt of a let. : started late, the term of the ;' sent here. After being here but throng
I I[ evidence of the activities in Key j ter announcing the death of her tnli&tmcnt will not terminate at' a few days he called the headsof showroom. In his ad-

into discard. The appointments wrought by 'I i West, and proof of what a delightful , Henry Redkey, transient director -.I'! uncle. Charles N. Brown at Mai-! '. any given time the acting admini -\' the city and county govern-i ... he stated that the exhibition .
The fight centers around the artists who designed the redecorated place Key West is. |:, of the FERA for the state of den. Mass.! |, Said, but local persona '' ments together and told them he
Caroline Lowe house at lu- Mrs. Allison came to Key West Florida was an arrival in Key"I; Mr. and Mrs. Brown visited with i I were urged to complete their'!. thought we could rehabilitate the ,, was "dedicated to the citi.
Wheeler.gayburn bill which would val and Caroline streets, drew pledged time as soon as possible. City of Key West:: by making a !1'
early in to three I
January spend West today and is registered &11. Mr. and Mrs. White in Key West II | I sans and visitors of our citby
from :Mr. Sim- The work was pledged for a sixmonths' 'tourist city out of it, so along
particular praise months
accompanied her
eliminate holding companies by I by the Over-Sea llotel.Accompanied I about; throe years ago, both of j
I mon, and he spoke in the highest daughter Miss Meredith Allison.!![ by Mrs. Redkpy. S whom made many friends while i!:; period and if a person j j| those lines he mapped out his some of the people of Kej West
meanwhile subjecting them I terms of the methods used in preserving ,I Her has been most interesting pledged 10 hours per week over program, and with wonderful
1940 stay : the director comes for a period of here, all of whom will be grieved J to all the people of Key West."
this fino old home which ;| recently I| that period, he will have worked success. I II I
and delightful and
I I relaxation and will spend several on learning of the demise of Mr. .
to drastic regulation by the se- has stood in Key West for about had concluded to remain for days in the city. I t'| Brown.TODAY'S . I I out his total time when the week .((1)) We had! to have a clean:: He then transmitted the personal
curitiea and exchange cOmmission.Some I 79 years. I another month, but !circumstancesmade .. ... ly pledge has been multiplied by I.I and 1 sanitary city before we could greetings of President
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I Modern treatment of the walls II it necessary to forgo her bring the tourist here and after Roosevelt and his! wishes. for a
idea of the vast scope of and the lighting system were commented stay and she will leave about I The administration has a record months of hard work we now very successful event. Secretary

these holding companies may be ,i on favorably by the visii April 1.FERA. 1 1t of the volunteer time being put in I,I have a clean city. I',lof the Interior Harold L. Ickes
had in the contention of Raj'burn |I I i toe. but he was even more impreSsed -I r 1 by relief clients, Mr. GilC nd said j,I| ((2)) An advertising campaign ant! Secretary of the United

chairman of the house', he said, with the unusual but many other persons pledged i i' telling the world about Key West, Treasury Henry Morgenthau. Jr..
of .1
Texas excellence of the works of art in ENGINEER I thousands of volunteer hours a' what doing and also had likewise expressed JJyse! sent!.
I \\e were
interstate and foreign commerce !i the exhibit. II I Temperature cooler tonight; moderate winds, : record of which the administration' what intended to do. mnts indicating that 'they ars

committee and co-author of the i i SPENT DAY HERE Highest i ........._............................82 mostly northeast. cannot have, until those persons!!I ((3))we Improving transporta I'! taking an interest in the develop

bill, that 2,000 operating companies Lowest .-.-...-_......-...-..........-...._..-71 I turn in their total time to the re- ment of Key Wt st.
FERNANDEZ tion facilities by boats, ferries
owning twenty billion dollars !-,I MRS. Mean .......................................-76 \t. \ 7 r'S- .I j search department.I .,:' and planes. The president then introduced
Normal Mean ___..... ..................72 \ 1 : i.et I I I I Some wilt complete their total I tActic[ Mayor Leo II. Warren
worth of utilities are under lAST NIGHT WILLIAM HINCHMAN ALSO I number i I ((4))! Improving tour beaches, who praised ..th6rtftdtvek-
DIES >.., Rainfall SYesterday's < i t>{-houcjdedgedbefore
r 'i'iI casinos and beach
the".control oC sq .holding" .com.!I r I others it was explained. but the''I building bathing ment of our city and expressed!
MADE TRIP ON PLANETO Precipitation .0 Ins. \
I cabanas, bo tbat the visitors to
panies.. | I !: administration wants a record of gratification'over the fact that
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Normal Precipitation ( : West could their
? Key enjoy stay
"The holding company is a tangled , at N .'.,Iur'". .5.. iMornlnjC.Tomorrow's {} ,-. ,. ( tih pledge cards. while here. t added to the many attractions of
I CONDUCTED THIS AFT Almanac LJ rr' y1'.lf t.J ll6l..JV. I I The honorable discharge cauls ((5)) Opening of art galleries, Key Vi4est.The .
and expensive contrivance .
William II. Hinchman, assistant: Sun rises ..... ......... .... (6:42;: a. m. f.I"' ; will be emblems of cooperation in I where the paintings of nationally; exhibition was formally:
says Uayburn. "It is a cancerous! ERNOONMrs. regions: engineer of the Federal i Sun sets ...................... 6:33: p. m. t'4IMostly l /'\' the rehabilitation of Key West known artists could be placed on opened when the acting mayor

growth which if left alone will Emergency Relief Administrationin Moon rises ...-.-...-.....- 9:39: a. m. Cloudy Colder- t and in years to come will become display.:: i turned face upward a frani con
jeopardize; all our financial institutions -I the southeastern United States Moon sets ..S..S.-........11:40 p. m. :: more and more valuable. ((6)) The dedication of our taining a two thousand dollar:
and perhaps destroy the Juana Fernandez, 56 years was a vintor in Key West yester Tomorrow's Tides Florida; Mostly cloudy tonightand "Indications now are that there I open air aquarium the only one stamp

republic." I i jold. died 11:45 o'clock last night! ,day. A.M. P.M. Saturday; po.-sitly rain in extreme will be no need for asking for a of its kind in the world. I On. eleven tables, to which Buy

On the other hand, Thomas N. in the home at 815 Duval street. t :Mr. Hinchman came in yester-I High( ..._.............12:50 12:27 i north portion Saturday; second enlistment in the volun-j ((7)) The national monumentsoon I Scouts of local Troop No. 5 had

Me Carter, president of the Eidson j Funeral services o'clock will be from held this theI day morning by plane from Ha- Low ...___.............. .5:48 7:30 tome"hat colder tonight. I teer corps" Mr. Gilfond said "and to be dedicated at Dry Tor-: been. assigned by Scoutmaster J.
electric institute, says "holding :afternoon 5:30 I I vana. made the trip to Garden Key I Jacksonville to Florida Straits: when Key Westers have completed tugas. | A. Boza a total of forty-seven
companies are useful and necessary -i I residence. Ii j to look over Old Fort Jefferson Barometer at 8 a. m. today: I Moderate winds mostly north and their original pledge we feel that ((8)) The renovating and open.1 frames were arranged.

instruments and should be' Members of the Caballeros de returned I in the afternoon and lefti Sea level 30.11.:: northeast and mostly overcast. they will have done all that they ing our our hotels to provide comfort Forty Frames With Stamrf -.

allowed to continue so." 'I Ia Luz and the Cuban Odd Fel- i I by train for Jlatecumbe, in company weather tonight and Saturday.East I agreed to do. The cooperation received for our guests while here. j Forty frames contained stamps,
Under the Wheeler-Rayburn lows lodges will attend and pall with B. M. Duncan in charge Lowest highest I Gulf: Moderate north since we started emphasizing -. ((9)) The actual starting of while seven frames held the exCellent -
IJill.! gas and electric properties bearers will be selected from the of projects on the keys. Station- Last Night Yesterday shifting to northeast or east : the volunteer hours. about the our over-sea bridges which we coin collections of the

would be separated and power f I membership. I Before leaving Mr. Hinchman Abilene ............ 40 56 winds. firrt of the year has been most have been working for so hard! for Sisters of the Convent of Mary

companies reintegrated into regional -f Lopez Funeral Home will be in j I told The Citizen the object of this Atlanta .___........ 34 72 I gratifying." II the past several years. All of Immaculate, of Consul Charles

systems.. charge of arrangements. t I visit was the same as on a previous Boston ..._......... 20 32 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe these things, my friends, have t Lowe of Aaron MWonnell... ; .

Spokesmen| for holding companies I Survivors are the husband. Jose i I trip to Key West, to look over the Buffalo ............ 14 24 -- I been brought about through the I 1 George .F. AVcher and Mrs. J. 's.
Norberto two CUSTOMS FORCE
and! for investors in the Fernandez; ron, ; I projects in this district and note western field of efforts of our .go friend: ** the J|,Golden of Colonial HoteLS
Charleston ........ 58 70 I
companies agree that the evils daughters Mrs. Paula Lidila and (, progress being made. EverythingiiiU :ure has moved eastward onbd..l : governor of our! fl c,..,a 4'Jt 1\rrJ' .Chief, of- Police' Ivan Elwooil:
Miss Marina Fernandez, and one : Chicago ..........._ 24 30 crested this morning
should be aboliihed. but object"to ; LU.nJ satbfactoryTh r e,said. over LEARN TO SHQQX i j Stone, and with. thtJissistance oflour hail i provided "adequate police!
the ruin of utility I investors in I brother Jose Cartaya. Denver .............. 26 50 Sault ne. Marie, Mich.. 30.72 Inches ', i' pc0pJeuho,hayA! |'tJrtpThelB:fciffttection for'tHe1) occasion.
the process." Some estimates place ] Detroit .............. 14 30 I and overspreads most 1el:.,: 'U1Jfrl+ t LUJP.1'iRDS by vol&ntf& f/laJ/ yfljllJo .Lj The majority' dr the exhibited''

the number of investors at about 11.j 'SCHENCK WILL YA PLACIDASATOHURSDAY Galveston .......... 54 62 tions of the country cast; of tMl I So now' 'we have another attrac- -,tamfllatnes' <;Jefe'''nl trurlional.

10 million ami the securities they Havana t........... 70 I Plains Sides; while a disturbance, ,tNS' ECTJ1111'A"1-lQ t 'f : l : l flM ilal11H/ vith wQlJftrcUUn'! captions while
hold at several billion dollars. ;: (1 Huron, ...:......-_-.. 22 28 is central over the Plateau region i ; I! : li AT vi : \ h,,4ew .designed; fos'plvuhgQny.Rnchanting

Ready For Finish Fight !ARRIVE TOMORROWPRESIDENT ., I Jacksonville ....". 64 81 I Salt Lake City. Utah 29.44 inch The collection o*, stamps is a'tsry fefjCe?. ) the visitor -

Alt of the familiar trapping( on -. Kansas City... 26 36 el'!. Rain has occurred during i FORT. TAYLOR.. '( of civilizatiqn.: They com by their sheer! beauty.A .
-- I '-Ie' 1.1 KEY WEST _.- 71 82 hut 21 hours from the Texas co'a both sides of the question are in were
OF UNITED ART. OTHER VESSELS AT THIS .... 52 eastward over northern Florida to taken immortalize heroes
evidence around the capital. The Little Rock 38 place, $2,000 German Provisional Stamp
committee of public utility executives ISTS FAILED TO COME PORT LEAVE AFTER Los Angeles .....- 44 54 eastern South Carolina. on the Inspectors and guards of the 1 poets and brave men and' women. and the midget United States
)ban opened up headquartersin Louisville ....."'" 30 42 Pacific coast and in Arizona; and local unit of the United SttesI So fascinating- i is the hobby that Stamps which are guaranteed:
a Washington hotel preparedfor IN TODAY I TAKING ON OIL Miami .....m... .... 64 80 there has been snow from the I<.w-I: cutoms service are concentrating famous men like our beloved! genuine Much admired also was

a fight to the finish. I Minneapolis .. ... 14 22 er Lake region and upper Ohio I on their efforts to gain perfection President Roosevelt, King Georgeof the Goya Nude, a famous paint

Roth sides of the question are Joseph M. Schenck, president. New Orleans .. 48 70 Valley eastward over ronthern in the science to become England the Prince of Wales. ing reproduced on a stamp; of
well organized, especially the utili- of United Artists, who was eX\I'ct-\| \ Yacht Placida under charter to New York ........ 24 42 New England and New York, in marksmen or fharpfhooters. as the and many others are stamp col- Spain.

ties holding companies. The latter ed to arrive in Key West 1)utanMeMartin, of Montreal. Pensacola ........ 52 76 the extreme upper Mirsirsippi'Valley case may be, according to their individual -!! lectors. i There were crowds around the

have been given to understand in for a conference with Governor ) Canada, which was in the harbor Pittsburgh ......".". 26 56 and Plateau region. Temp ra.J attainments.An The Key West Stamp and Coin .I tables with the pencil reproductions
frank fashion that congress can Dave Sholtz. did not arrive but is :j for several days after returning St. Louis ...m.... 21 36 J tures have fallen throughout the. order recently issued by the II'I exhibition will be an annual evntin of the most expensive stampsof
destroy them by taxation if theyare expected. possibly, tomorrow. f i, from a cruise in Caribbean- Salt Lake City ..32 46 t country east of the Mississippi River department requires them to strive I I Key West to provide an added 1 I. the world.

unwilling to be eased out of Mr. Schenck is in Florida for;: ter*. sailed yesterday afternoon. I San Francisco .. 42 52 with freezing southward over to attain proficiency in the attraction for our visitors. So itl I The following members of the

existence as gently as possible. the purpose of a proposition to1 I I In the party as guests of 1\Ir'1 I Seattle ...-.......... 36 48 I Tennesree and readings generally I ling and the use t>f hand.j we Key Westers with the con: society, who were also 'exhibiting,
make Florida instead of California McMartin are Mr. and Mrs. I Tampa .. .....--.... .64 84 below normal. except along the they are now practicing tinued help of our governor Mr.! were in attendance at the thow:
center of the immense motion j I J. Heidsick of Rheims, France; Washington ...... 36 46 I south Atlantic coast and in the
SIX PASSENGERS I picture industry, and his intended! !' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace T. Orr and !I I Williston ...-.....- 12 18 Florida peninsula. Warmer weather guard. I. in the future what we have i J* Cruz, Mar mrt Zli5a\da\:
visit was to discuss this matter i iI I| Miss Carolyn: Ncwhall of Mon i prevails in ,/he Rocky Monn.1 Sub-calibre practices are held already done in the last several, von -Ml ttLiubaPresided i < *Von

ARRIVE ON PLANE with the governor. I I I treal. 'I WEATHER FORECASTTill tain and Plains states with at the Fort Taylor target range months within two years Key,! Mietk-Liuba Lauriette C. Saw
I Besides making investigations!j Cabin Cruiser Sylvia II and pt>ratures 40 degrees higher this] and some of the men are becoming West will be a rehabilitated city, yer. Secretary-Treasurer Everett

for the United Artists corporation. :, Tender Spotty which were in yesterday ( 8 p. m., Saturday) morning in North Dakota. I II really excellent, it is said. and also- one of the leading tourist. !I L Sawyer.No .
1 I Mr. Schenck alo represents Louis afternoon, took oil and water Key West and Vicinity: Partly G. S. KENNEDY. Among those who have made reports of the state. i effort was spared by the

Passengers arriving by plane 1 B. Mayer\ of the 1Ietro.Goldw'n-I'I''j at the Porter Dock this morning cloudy tonight and Saturday;I Official in Charge. marks above the average is Inspector So now my friends, as acting', exhibition committee to make the

this morning: from Miami were: I I I Mayer j or j and sailed for Long Key. - Charles Falk who already ha' mayor of the City of Key W"est.1 I[ display as'interesting aa possible
George Collision Sam Thatcher.' I i, -- ;:I ---.''ronr' hit to his credit thereby set- this exhibiti9n is open for your':; for the benefit of the citizenry.I .
Reba Hodge, Dorothy Kent, Henry 'r I i ling a mark for his associates to pleasure and'the members of this I Meeting Tonight

Redkey and Lucille Redkey. i ATTEND WEAR 'EM HABANA-MADRID CLUBiOffers I aim at. society; hope you will be pleasedand i Tonight, at 8 o'clock the Key

There were eight reservations I lend your assistant to make West Philatelic Society will hold
made for passage this afternoon Our Cocktail Hour SHORTSLaurdered SHOW next year's display larger.I its, gala meeting at the home of
o'clock including thank you. I (Continued on Page Four)
Jr., and William R. Porter. I Each Saturday, from or Dry Cleaned of the Season
5 till 7 SATURDAY NIGHT. MARCH 9 \ '

Dance and Floor Show DANCING I
l TONIGHT Try To Count Them Best Drags-Best Service' I Call P.,.'. Sod Fountain, or

Dtival Phone 177 Free Delivery Your Seats
100O Street
Gentlemen, 60c Ladi. Free.I i I I L 1 617 Simonton Street Jl I Reservations. Phone 220 l. -I :

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Published Dally Except Sunday By Recently the local FERA inauguratedthe
Tilt CITIZKN: rLULI91II.: Co.. IXC.L. .
P. ARTMAN. President. custom prevalent in some countries of DAYS GONE BY at at the dote of business December 31, 1934.

From Tit*'Citizen Building indulging in the siesta a short midday or Happening Here Ju.t 10 Years That Affect the Dinner Paris Dividend Comptroller Can
Corner Green and Ann Streets
after dinner snooze, which was naturally Ago Today A* Taken From Checks and Tax Bills of RESOURCESLoans
The File Of Th. Citizen Every Individual; Nationaland and Investments $ 305,639.43
Only Dally Newspaper In Key weal And YODro.CountJ' accepted with alacrity by those affected. I International Problems Overdrafts __? 71.61
I Inseparable
The Miami Herald endorses the move and Banking House, Furnitureand
Entered at Key West. Florida*as second class matter : Readers of The Citizen will From Local Welfare Fixtures u._.- 33,082.33

FIFTV-MTTII! 1EH thinks the American people in general call that this paper for the re-I .. .-...... ...._.-_-_-_-__--__--__-_--_.-.v.----.e......-.- .- .- .- .............. Bonds of States and Pos-
should unhesitatingly assimilate this habit eighteen months has sessions of the Unitt
Member .f the Ancoelated Pr*.. Washington has been the centerof so that when Mr. Hughes' turn States __ 139,370.68
scores And of stories
for their mental and physical benefit.If scores ;
'be Associated Press la exclusively entitled to use national interest during the the Other Bonds and Securities .J"- 74,204.03
.r republication of all news dispatches credited to I the Loom thatwas to awaken Key few w 'eks. A great deal-that came court was evenly divided Stock of the Federal Re- .*?.
It or not otherwise credited In. this paper and all the Black-Connery 30-hour working West. Many\ of the stories were I is past momentous has happened there' and he had the power to throw serve Bank ?__....._>. 6000.00
the local news published Imro.'NATIONAL week becomes law then all relative to the activity in the
a can engage in -and is happening. j the balance either way. Also interesting Temporary Federal Deposit
realty world of this city and the I Insurance fund 1,934.01
this midday dolce far niente to their is the fact that the bit-
keys but many of them were the First; and foremost comes the United States Government : s "
,)j f AI ASSOCIATION hearts' content without being docked for result of interviews with tourists. I Supreme Court's long-delayed decision -!!ing minority opinion was read by Obligations direct ,
C/r .zliet. / 9 3 SSLIISCltlPrltt the gold clause Mr. McReynohJs-a democrat who and fully guar-
on cases-
time ,
I out. Events are now fashioning ,themselves -} j
served under
- held to be the most iso1 Wilson as attorney- anteed$832,744.73
by some -
I '
along the lines predicted
HATES!' The Herald's comments follow Cash Banks : "
.mu Tear_.._...... ............. ...-.. .--. -. 110.08 : and it is stated that what was :1 portant decision in a great many I general. and due from 495,108.97LIABILITIES 1..327,913.7$1,888,23'19. \
Fix! Months ..._ . .... 6.0' Some of the customs immigrants t inasmuch the adminis-{ After the Supreme Court, the
:Three Months _.._.,. ...._.. %.51 forecast in those days is about to I) years!, as Washington
.... .__. .. tration's whole and gaze focuses on congress
One Month _. ._ .81 bring here from, their native soil as- come.true. recovery reform -
' ... .., .21 I which is exhibiting an un
'Veekly suredly do not fit into the scheme of program; hinged upon it.I J looked-for independence. Before Capital._.___?...._._._._._._$ 100000.00
AJiVI:ILTISING! ItATKS The IIason and Flynn stupen Readers of newspaper headlines, Surplus and Undivided Profits ......._ 65.007.42
_Male known on application. American life. But there are habitsof dous carnival shows will : obtained the impression that the j, the session started most observers Circulation _......._........_......_._.._._ 100,000.00

lU'tl'IAL NOTICE other nations this fast-moving open to- :court by a five-to-four majority,! forecast that the president Deposits .....__........._._................__ 1,633,228.37
All reading' notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of peo- night under the auspices of the : would .have a harder time getting
-''''!>. "t. rhltuary notices, etc. will be charged for at I upheld the government 100 perI -
well assimilate West Fire and
ple might for the bet- Key Department
'..t rate of :o cents a line.Notices I[cent. But. as a financial commen- he wants than he did last $1.888,235.79The
; for entertainments by cliurcben from whlcarevnue will be in full swing at 8 o'clock session. But
terment of the that
mental, as well as the tator said shortly after, it really i, no one thought
s Is to be derived are S cents a line. on the grounds of the Athletic
The Citizen is an open forum and Invites discus physical health of the nation. upheld the government about 99" opposition to his wishes would be
floe cf public l...uea and subjects in the
-it. rut but it will not publish anonymous communl- The Key West office of the fed- of attractions which will make it 14-100 percent-implied I 1as I work-relief bill is not
yet pass- I
decision warning to
was a congressto !
eral one of the greatest attractionsever ed that it will
emergency relief administration I the effect that there were limits probably not become
has revived an old Spanish custom seen in Key West. '' beyond which it could not go. law for' some weeks as congresshas ; Never-Tiring
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN done something the presidentis
among its employes that has every Leopold E. Bach prominent in 'I' The majority decision, read by strongly opposed to-.made it GUARDIAN
the steel manufacturing industryof Chief Justicce (Hughes, held that
merit and is worthy of imitation. obligatory to pay public works em- ,
the United States i is a visitor the case against the Baltimore and. i of,
WILL always seek the truth: ; and print it The old Spanish tradition of the ployes wages as high as those paid : yourHEALTH
Ohio Railroad. which
sued bya
in Key West today. Mr. Bah arrived -I was '
without fear and without favor never be by private industry. The president -
; siesta wilt"be effective for those un- from Havana and feeing the "gold" bondholder who wantedhis wants the scale to be lower; 'so 4jj .
afraid to atta'ttittpong or applaud right; I der activity in the city decided to stopover i interest paid on the old gold '
government relief employment; that workers will keep an' eye'out :

always fight for ro.Jt: .esrrever'; be the organ two, I hours being take1J"' 6I:' Alunch instead for a few days. He is much'I dollar inasmuch bash as, congress must be dismissed had the for private jobs will not be" sat- : THE I ICEMANWho
1. taken up with Key West and said i isfied to work indefinitely the ..
or the mouthpiece. <<; any.person, clique, -of of he i habit. to regulate and determine ?
one-, .t( American that every resident in Key West rower control government. Senator Glass! foughton :.e: like clockwork
faction or class always do its utmost for the I the gold value of cur- appears
; : The stolen hour will be tacked should feel exceedingly proud of
on behalf of the administration to r- every day of the year

public welfare; never tolerate eorruption- ,."or' later in the 'day! the city.C. I rency.decision Of in greater the Liberty interest Bond was cases the, stop congress from putting in the with a load of pure health-

denounce vice and virtue I undesired provision but failed. 8 .
injustice; praise ;; -
It has been of where bondholder sued the protection?
a source. C. Symonette, who i is in government Senator Glass then said that the
commend good done by individual or organization charge of the information booth I itself. The majority opinion -
astonishment; to American businessmen
II president would veto the bilk YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,
; tolerant of others' rights views and in England to find their British I at Trumbo Island says that far held that congress had gone The president's muchanticipated -

opinions; print only news that will elevate more tourists have visited the city I beyond its consitutional power in NRA message has gone to con- lie never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor
cousins take off such long periods for thn year than ever before. Last I abrogating its gold contract-but
gress. If its recomendations are whirrs. He always saves: you dollars and cents.
and not contaminate the reader
; never com the noon hour recess. They marvel reason tourists on their way to I that the plaintiff was not entitledto followed there will be less gov- ..

promise with princie.IMPROVEMENTS Havana were- given stopover privileges recover damage!, as he could
how they get things done. But they ernment control, over industrial
but that privilege was not not show that he had actually lost CALL NO. 8
management I less bureaucratic
do. And no one will question the
.'--'--- accorded on the return. This season anything.; The reason he had not
regimentation of industry. Hoursand
business sense and 'ability of the tourists were permitted to remain l lost, said' Mr. Hughes, was that i if will
wages provisions be continuedbut -
FOR KEY WEST in the city on their way to he were actually paid in gold he jail terms for NRA FOR PURE ICE

British.The or returning from Havana and would not be able to use it; he
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN siesta will offenders will be dropped. Price-
Key West period many have taken advantage of the would have: to turn it in to the :
fixing wil be modified or eh'minatedrthe -
please a great portion of its population concession and stopped here for II government at once and would be president: raid !significantly -

1. Water and Sewerage. of Cuban and Spanish extraction. i while. paid at the old rate per ounce. He that the anti-trust laws; ICE REfRIGERATORSMade
could not trade with it. could not
Other administrators of federal : which were completely abrogated
emer- This bond election week. Aweek it. could not forit
2.. Bridges to complete Road 'to Main- is export get more when the NRA was first born
gency relief administration offices which will be looked backward than he could get for the same
land. must be put into. force again.,This
might profit by the example of the to in the days to come as amount of existing:; currency. The obviously stems from the growing of All Metal-:Equipped With
3. Free Port. marking a new era in the progressof warning to congress lies in the '
Key West district, where it is evi- consumers' revolt against soaring
the city and the Florida Keys. admonition that congress went too '
4. Hotels and Apartments.! prices WATER COOLERSThey're
dent there is a psychological approach On Thursday of this week the far-and in the implication that I .

5. Bathing Pavilion. as well as material in the qualified electors of the city who if a person: can prove loss in the BENJAMIN LOPEZ I

6. Airports-Land and Sea. distribution of public funds. A are property owners will go to the future through abrogation of a FUNERAL' HOME Economical! 100 Per Cent
polls: to vote on a bond issue! of I government gold contract; he may
7. Consolidation of County and City worthy custom revived and an exhibition $2.560.000 and it is the belief of I be entitled to recover damages. ; Eu.tlt.tMj 49 Y.*.. Refrigeration Satisfaction"- *
Governments. of sound common sense. the thinking people that there will Result of the decision was a Key W...'. Old..!

not be many dissenting votes if temporary boom in.the stock market 24-Hour Ambulance Service- Priced.at
I Licenced EmbatmrPhon
AN ARTIST INVENTOROn :any. which immediately subsided. ,. I.IK NI.... 604-W
Knockers who live in glass houses Grade A bonds rose held the ad-I, and
A change of schedule between vance. $30 $35EASY
should not throw stones. ,I
October 1, 1832, S. F. B. Morse, Port Tampa, Key West and Havana Observations on the decision, KEY WESTCOLONIAL
has been ordered by the officials TERMS 10 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's
American been whether favorable or unfavorable -
who had
painter study- HOTEL
of the P. and O. S. S. company -
Farley just smiles at Huey. That'swhat seemed to be that the court had
I ing the old masters in Europe, sailed fromlfavre and the Steamship Governor simply followed the law. Most ...............
all should do when assailed In the Center of the Business
men by France for New York. On the Cobb will make her last sailing editorial comment regretted the
from Tampa this week and last and Theater District
irresponsibles.We .
voyage he discussed with fellow decision had been by so narrow a
passengersthe trip to Havana on Sunday.
I properties of the electromagnet and margin-in effect, one man had Fint CUM-Fireproof- Ice Company Inc.
;: the power to make orsbreak the I ,
wouldn't mind giving an.tk.r the famous discovery of electro-magnetic' Editorial Comment: Not manyof policy of an administration. It is Sensible Rate
our brother editors have complained f 1 1I r
driver half the road if she would only take induction by Faraday the ;year before.As that they were not getting an interesting fact that this man.,l I COFFEE SHOU NOW OPEN

it on her own side. a result, he got the idea that enough advice as to how to run Mr. Hughes, was once a republican I
candidate for the presidency. Elevator I
signals might be transmitted by means of their paper. When Supreme Court votes retaken

"Mrs. Dionne Frightened by Chicago electric sparks, and while still) on shipboard I The Cuban champion basketballteam the chief justice votes last. Popular r:1 Price I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN c WEEKLYSENSATIT'NA'LIIcE

Crowd."-Headline. Crowds should not he made rough drafts of the neces- from Havana will meet the --. ,

frighten her. She is used to them. sary apparatus, which he showed to his Married Men's team of Key Weston

companions. It was not until 1836, however Tuesday of this week. In a
game played last\ week between
that l he'com'pleted' an instrument that the visitors nosed
A Florida paper asks now that III ,fi these two teams

former king of \}liastabljs i .l I iw i, ym1d"wor. out the locals during the last min-
l ; ute of play. A good game h i ex- ;:
id'nce En After many discouragements: he finallyfsucjeded
rc; in land must we aW rio pected.

spell "l radjadlLpol Ol1Ye ,141 1 tt..r6t btt ; in Pitting the;: government. to -.,;_ .. '
build between ;lOn| account of the great intrea -
done a telegraph -.Baltimore ,
by dropping the first "d.nt'

__., ,r4" !ihrrln' lHllhni" and Washington: which;. i was use'd for: )the, D>'2.eiof Filer the, business_county ic'.flerkV of his'office* has On Glassbake' Cooking Ware

first time on :May 24, 1844, to send the found it necessary to secure add; ?
The man who was born in Monroe
now historic message, "What hath God tional help and has secured the
County yet was more than a thousand services of Judge A. J. Kemp who
wrought. From that time on the spreadof
miles away from Key West on the occasion has been working there for the
telegraph lines was rapid and Morse\
of his birth visited this city the first past two weeks.
was acclaimed by the world as a benefactor -
time last week. He was from Monroe\ of mankind. The division of natural resources -

county, West Virginia. of the University of
I He received the highest honors from
Texas recently commemorated its

I foreign countries as-well as his own and 25th anniversary.
These Key West weeklies do have ._
in 1858 ten European nations joined in an
awful time trying to make it a go when I ISLANDFISHING
appropriation of $80,000 in recognition of MUNSON
there is economic for their
no necessity CAMP
the benefits conferred by his invention. '
existence. They accuse each other in I Operated by R. M. Ellison
:Morse\ died April 2, 187, in New'I Best Fishing on Coast
beating people in rents, dodging other
I York, where a bronze statue in his honor Guides and Boats Available
debts and ,; the dole.
chiseling:; on Sea Food-Fishing
I was erected in Central Park. .. Boating-Bathing

Write for Reservation, Pot =
The pretty island city of Key West I DODGING SALES TAX Office. Ramrod Key aI

ha.:> just ended a monster celebration and Accessible by Rail or Auto to

of I! Tribune .: - 1 Ramrod Key > '
pageant which was termed "A Week (Tampa ) !
: Camp Boats Meet Guests:
Joy" and which will be a regular Winter California is ha'ina1f'S/ tax trouble. It hasa Rates: $5.00 Per Day-

feature of the city henceforth. The program state sales tax of :2S percent. All dealers in American Pan!

opened early in the week with an' the state pay it; but out of state dealers! who ship )I'ti: :

outdoor performance of Gilbert and Sulli : goods I ino the state do not. There i is veritable i

van's opera "Pirates of Penzance." A flood of such goods and the state pets no revenue i! Over-Sea Hotel

big parade was featured during the week : from them while the competition is bad for the I

which was participated in by practically I home people. It i is estimated that this tax-dodging 917 FLEMING- STREET-

all of the business: men of the city. Fire- business amounts to $2,500,000 a year-sales on I ROOM ROOM with roaoiag bath water'---_-_ $1.00 1.50 I South Florida Contracting & Enpeeriig Co..

works and plenty of carnival amusement which: the state. doesn't collect its 24 percent. I WEEKLY RATES ,

added to the celebration. Under the FEKA California! is asking Congress to do something / Renovated t Phone 598 Wits and Ella Streets . .
Newly ,
Key West has just been revamped, or about it; Congress wonders Just what it can do; New-'EquipmentNew "Yew home u worthy of the best"

practically made over. The city now presents -: all cf which strengthens ,the' argument of sales Management '

a modern and spic and span appearance.TimesUnion. ,I tax opponents that the ax produces unfair com I. ANYWHERENO 4 ..

; petition with local merchants. " CLEANER, HOTEL"
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I i I Today In History DIAMONDBALLGAME Classified Column

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iI TONIGHT ........................
-- -- SPORTSDOINGS ) I Mass., appointed by congress as
: Ttif U on tana KMmnA prlaons do, we will pay you a little Secretary of War-army then the advertisements in The-
I There will be diamondball
net to Hubris have ree..ne.tc a
:. rmernU crows of Our Ladyfrom bit for. every man. Yes. and even a consisted of about 700 men-in tonight at the Bayview Citizen. You will find it a
thiraya. wko little for the profitable diversion. tf
Ihf eoremnr of women. which position he was retained by
dad ttolen it from the church. I Park field.
"True!"muttered the KId. "There when the Constitu-
Hut tile beautiful Ktatta fco* be-
The Lopez ten will the
travril them; llontatia hat! re- are women in the valley. I'd forgotten I tion went into effect.1862Confederate. play ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIR.
turvird tit halt of the crow to tile Busy Bees and each and every ED by authorized radiotrician.
that. So the government beganto
litkop but llateo ka teen captured -
- -- -- member of both clubs will be out.
tortured and now it being ship down the crImInals-the Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela
taken tt the norriblf Valley of the A collection will be taken ,
limit Konto.no and Krothrr Pae- murderers and that sort of thing 1..1.. "Merrimac" up street. Phone 866-J.
runt follotcina.. kith email hope eh!" AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy destroyed two Union warship- I and a dinner will be given the feb23-lmox
01 being able to help Uatto. FOLLOWING members of both clubs with the
"At first yes. But after a while met the next day by Union iron-
there were not enough murderers. clad "Monitor" in historic battle. I funds collected.: Umpires, groundskeeper BICYCLESWE

Chapter 31 Then the men in the valley-and ( GRAVY) THROUGHBy I scorer and officials of the I

HORROR TALE f. particularly Senor Juan-Sl1va-b& Lots of boys had lots of fun ,won, but all of them. should have I' league will also be invited. RENT by the Hour Day or

EACH morning Pascual had a set would send for whole notorious "Boss" Tweed of New and with Nu-Enamel. We
in which he pointed out They jail. golf course. For instance, there I 11111l11111111111111111e Ingraham for the Embalmers paint them
to Montana that they were not benton ful of prisoners. was "Sweet Elyssium" Harris Timotheus Pittman, Charles York City must refund to the Cityof I Gates and Acevedo for the Bak carry .a full supply of parts..
I hear that William Cates hasso $6,5:7.-1
New York the sum of :: Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
a mission where success could "Some were vagrants. Some were around "Cookie" Ketchum ers.
showing Arthur and
Morgan a
thieves. Some had disturbedthe far proven how good he is. In 117. sell them low $1.00
be hoped for. For himself there was petty as
Mesa how to play the Royal and !!stranger on the course made I
up _______
duty and an oath to lead him. What peace. One had been drunk. One his first two workouts with Brooklyn per ",ee1.:. J. L. Stowers Music
i Ancient Pastime. However, a lit- an interesting foursome. Charleywas
was there for Montana: ? was accused of being a revolutionist. I he accepted everything hit his : Company Jan -lmo
tie bird told me that part of the always down the middle (so 1898 Congress appropriated
friend And all of them were sent to die way by Casey Stengel, and at bat
-There Is a waiting.said i time Mr. Mesa\ was showing Jim !I he Sa5)) and Tim and Morgan he hit time :$50,000,000 for national defencewar
Montana finally. I together in the Valley of the Dead. every they pitched to TENT SHOWThe FOR RENT
That Is why the tobacco grows thereso I Koodle de Flue how the game were making long shots and trusting -'him 1 know that every fan in the .- with Spain. I AT
And after the morning In which beautifully and Senor Juan-Silva : should be played. But Eddie j to luck. Tim hadn't played for city is pulling for him. I predict I --- I NICELY FURNISHED BUNGA-

he made that answer. Brother Pas- grows richer each year. It is he who Strunk says that if a certain Sam j several! days and when he finished: that this he will play in the LOW, at 827 Duval street. Ap-
coal the f year 1924-173 killed Heffner-Vinson players to-
entreaty. men
gaTe up daily owns theentire valley, now."THIS ." i Harris will please call at his office! 18 holes he didn't look too well. southern that is Class ply 825 Duval street. mar2tf
.1 league a trapped by explosion in Utah coal night will present another comedy
They kept doggedly to the trail.It he has, about 14 yellow tees that J better take it easy Timotheus. By
A affair and next he will be
year mine. that is full of interest and laughter. -.
would hare been possible to go Juan-SOva" said the Kid. i he found stuck in the ground. Itj i the time they got in to the club-' for show.In FOR SALE
ready the big "Meet The Bride. This play
down towards the coast and find better .
"What sort of a man Is he! seems that Swinky'put one ball in ,i house it was leaving time so I
affords member of the cast SALE ON FURNITURE -
roads. but along those roads AUCTION
"They tell me that he Is not a :the pond on No. 2 and then walks ; Gravy failed to get their score, if 1928 Collision vulture every
: of a
had the local baseball Dressers beds dining
might be traveling men who league, an excellent.part. ;- ,
man. I over to the other side and tees up j any. But they all had a good. time with U. S. Marine plane over
seen the published notice of a ten "A devil then!" there are a few who are playinglike Miss Beatrice LeRoy and Miss room furniture chairs stoves,
:another and wants to tell Cookie . looked sad as William
thousand-peso reward for a tall man "It it were not for him. then the I .none a house afire. Since they saw Nicaragua in which plane crashed Dolly Lewis as the two show girls four-piece wicker set, library
with black hair and blue eyes. So valley would be closed. Who but I that he'' lie, but two. And Cookie i} Worthless Watkins. Pena and Cates get their chance killing its two officers. that have been !!stranded head theca table and other articles.: Satur-

they had to keep to the terrible back Juan-Silva\ ,,'ouldant to live there said Bobby Harlington was right;; and with these boys going up t in this particular play. The day, March 9th. 10 A. M., 1013
[ ,first the part tacked i Bob Spottswood thought he ORDINANCE NO. 309.COUNCIL.
,the time but
country. .. !
Awhile :the hundreds 'land ,the thoijuoidsldie > :there there will be more ambitious situations and complications are a Southard street. marG-3tx
j For Pascual the-1Jo.fR. I{ short; around:,him- >fi OA.the las jwa>,wrong and Swanky'' would take the Pro out for a little !yougn men playing in this league. SERIES riot of laughter.,
; ,I w'as.three.. How the game fini..heJ1.J1. : rile but when all was said and
legged; mule-becans* %rrtrsTwrflegs "Wai oEs ha-; ufcefof'guardrjasked : I "Meet The Bride" will, be pre INSTRUCTIONSPIANOThorough
he used U> sa I could posjbjy) Montana*. *-- j tcan't say,b cau ey the time; done it seems that George Dodge i : AN ORDINANCE OF THE .sentedtonight: 'ahd Saturday, with
I' AWi. Til f' t, tI[ -- I, I arrive: ,in the starter shop Bub-i' had a free beer a couple of cig- As to the second-half of the CITY OF KEY; WEST, REGULATING a promise that the best of 'amuse- 'individual instruction

... ur .k L12 .. ;j' )I[,ber;,Harris: ,and>Pauawere half way''I ars, a package of cigarettes and a I diamondbaH league, I think there TilE USE OF ment will be ''flirnished on both at reasonable rates.
; : | few dimes and he said he hated to wilt be four clubs in there insteadof OUTBOARD 'MOTOR IN
II j t flown ..t qeyWest.: ; , (nights of the performance. Charles Roberta Studio 613
..1 Ii admit it but they didn't cost hima two. A good club can be formed THE WATERS OF KEY ,
iI. !'ltiA ':' jr :; |:, thing and he won them from a WEST AND TilE WATERS Subscribe to The Citizen. marl-2-4-C-8-ll-13-lBx Gx
.. : I
r the absent for one reason or an- was playing and he would give i l Molina, Brady, Lucilo, Esmond OF KEY WEST I; ---
other. The same bird that gave me I Albury Pellicier, Nodine, Wick.
rweed everybody one guess who the guilty -i I BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY'
r,,. the info about Cookie and "S. E." I party was but nobody guessed ers, Jones,and others. On the oth- COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF

said that Doc and Kirsch hadn't. . .we all knewVOMEN !! :er club there will be Martinez, J. KEY WEST:

= recuperated from that Thursdayof !! and D. Navarro M. Lopez, Rodriguez Section 1. The operation of

last week. But William Watkins I I Castellano.B. Bazo, Ogden, boats or water-crafts propelled by
=z and "Papa" Russell Kerr thought. \ TO JOIN I Hernandez C. Garcia, G. Garcia detachable internal combustion!

they could fill Doc and Kirsch's I, Tynes, Alfonso, B. Garcia and motors or engines, not an integral

j shoes. Willie slices like Kirsch IN DIAMONDBALL I others. I hope they get set to part of such boats or watercraftsand

A. |and Russell chews grass like Doc i start the second-half about the commonly called outboard mO-
when he is nervous. Rugs chews i r 18th of this month. All contracts: tors and having an attainable

t tohaccy while Doc chews sand FERA WORKERS: TO BE SEENIN I I must be in at the first game. I speed of more than two thousand

spurs shepherd needles or just CAME TOMORROW I I I ((2,000)) revolutions per minute, is
plain grass (as well as the "fat"). The FERA office force is playing I hereby prohibited in the waters of

I But it seems that after the first AFTERNOON I inter-office diamondball games i the harbor of Key West and wa-

nine holes Strunksy and Melvin I and some stars are being found ters surrounding the municipalityof

I Russell were the small sum of Women employes! of the district I among them. They will be playing : Key West t

r eight points!! over and above Willie office here of the Florida ERA I before long on Lopez, Busy Bee or Section 2. Any person con-

and Kerr. So "Pious" says this will play a diamondbaH game tomorrow -,some other club in the Senior victed in the Police Justice Courtof

er is terrible and Russell says "ain'tit afternoon starting at 3 r League. The best are: Gilbert the City of Key West of the

I the truth but you ain't no helpto i'o'clock. The game is to be played Demeritt, James Cooper, Eugene violation of the provisions of this

me..Now if I had Li Plum- in Bayview Park. :I Roberts, Cliff Bailey, Earl Adams, ordinance shall! be fined not exceeding Fine Fishing TackleMade

;a L I mer we would be way ahead." (Li I A team has been made up of Frohock, Burnett and a few oth- Fifty ($50.00)) Dollars

Ar, -I ui!t r YI told me this himself). However, employes in the social service department ers. I will tell more about them or imprisoned in the City Jail not

I after Eddie mfesed' a'' couple of and a second team, after their game tomorrow afternoon more than Sixty (60) Days or by By-

They kept doggedly to the trait. nine-inch putts William thought i! composed of employes on the sec / when the first floor plays both fine and imprisonment, in the

endure the strain of his weight. For "Only Indians. They are willingto I he could do better. He told Eddie I ond floor of the administration the second floor. discretion of the Court.
the Kid there was the red mare. work there, happily because they if he would keep quiet for one I building has been organized.Eva All ordiances or parts of ordin- Pflueger, You Hole and South BendFOR

Sally. And they led with them the love to see the Mexicans die. They minute before he made his shots I I B. Warner is captain of the At 3 p. m. tomorrow the girls ances in conflict with this ordin-

towering black stallion. Neither of are well paid. They are the hunting- I and would walk half as far behind social service team, and other from the Social Department plays ance are hereby repealed.This EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH

them ever mounted the big horse. dogs-they are the pack which as does Sam Harris that he (Wil-1 I players are Bert Buckley, catcher; the girls from the second floor. ordinance shall take ef-

Lut each felt that it would be a sacrl, Juan-Sllva loves to keep around him ,lie) would play a d- sight better Alfonso Salgado, first base; Olive This game will prove a humdingerfor fect immediately upon its passageby : 4 See Our Complete LaneThompson's
ride the horse of man who -these and a few others who I in the.
legs: to a men : t golf than anybody
Day, second base; Juanita Mayg both clubs are predicting a vic- the City Council, approved by
might be dead who was surely In are outcasts who cannot be taken foursome
i crowd. About this time the -
'I third base; Virginia McDermott, tory. Batteries will be Eva War- the Mayor and publication accord :
agony. men.back They Into are their the old links places between among the I,i reached No. 2 and Sammie 'I short stop; Ruby Oslin short ner and Buckley for the Social ing to law.P&sed Hardware Store
far bench !
One night. when they were Inside of the valley and the outside I Goldsmith was sitting on a field; Julia Sweeting, left field; Department and Farto and Diaz first reading this 25th
Montana asked few direct I I
south a i
about lots of things.
thinking field and for the second floor. of A. D. 1935.
Isabel center
scoundrels who can afford to see Kelly, day February, CAROLINE
t aestlons their fellows dying around them!" but mostly about laying down and Rosalie Baker right field. Passed second reading this 8th STREEET111111111111.l1.4TII.I

"PascuaV* he said, "tell me in "Hal!" said the Kid. "This Juan- I going to sleep. So Willie says, I Cheer leaders are Julia Jones, On Sunday afternoon the Trop day of March. A. D. 1935.

brief-not about the ghostly part of Silva as you call hIm-this center "Come on, Sam. I need you for Gladys Roberts and Mary Curtis ical club will play a doubleheaderat Passed third reading this 8th

it or the legend-but what is the of the entire system-he's the sort ballast. .these guys have my long I' Williams. the Navy Field. In the first day of March. A. D. 1935.J. .
about the Valley of the Dead.?
the land. of a fellow that I'd like to see." haired angora (meaning goat, Members of the second floor game they will play the Sluggersand FRANK ROBERTS,

"It The is friar a bad pointed place to he said. "But "Yes" said the friar. "he Is a man Pansy)." And so Sam joins the I team are Maria Diaz pitcher; the Acevedo Stars will 'tackle President of City Council
to see-and to forget lie Is a man crowd and believe it or not when
them in the
when water comes on the sand any Maria Farto, catcher; Maria Dom- second. Two good Pro-Tern.
thing will grow. Well there' is one : beyond: prayers. I should say. my the game was over Willie and Rus- :eneck, first base; Ida Kerr, sec- games are expected. The first Attest:

valley where water flows and that i brother.: sell had lost. (You thought I was I ond base; Mrs. J. E. Perkins third game will start at 1 p. m. and the WALLACE FINDER. Better
Then they came upon sight of the light-Better Sight25c
valley was bought by two men- : going to say won, didn't you ) I base; Camille Mallard, short stop; second; at 3 p. m. Batteries for City Clerk.

bought for nothing. I tralley.!They had tolled all the day up a But leastways Mr. Watkins and Rita Tinder, short field; Marietta \ -the first game will be D. Navarro Approved this 8th day of March,,I,

"They took laborers to the place. ;r:;dual slope and they came before Farmer Kerr held Melvin and Eddie I Silveira, right field; Mabel De- and Joe Navarro for the Tropicalsand A. D. 1935.

They planted tobacco. Never was i, evening to the edge of the highest to a tie on the last nine. But meritt, center field and Cecilia I Casa and Acevedo for the LEO II. WARREN! t I

such tobacco seen. It grew as weeds : a. Before UMO they saw,lhadescending ,yihenthe :pt to the fourthte ; Ellsworth left field. Acevedo Stars. mar8-11 Acting Mayor. down :"
grow. It srcw"p pulbf l tftb's111magic. lad ape step be&mf''. }, K 'Shefirst( man! s 1 "
But A,,,e of the!neD YOWl at''!" nto a dlmneso of?sand ou$ that n .I.m. his 3\to buy"SartMie - -- ,. Md rS '

tended It grew;.11 Othfrs bin wafl 1 and inn mistf an<(beyph3 tbe A1m.I > j jicss1 r fi i--d'.' bourse, per.'nth, ;
As '
The sun adiUoff! inJtraliuk: .o 1 I ; the lan lc'Ape' IWe afrrtnT: In \ KmttvifnThe'Ts going"to : ,
strong', and all about them was the birdie "no, s q ,
tegrbfyond step.aa .. make a anyhow fays
ugly desert.? I I t e..b1.A. 'IUfl) of th"j1Jror n fhop 1IiPo"maJi sea 1"rdiery Installs complete.with a .dapl" !ii

qr"EnE n\ 04!lo jllg t, !f perilat ,"'jt.t. 'a'Jrom ivid-
outlet and 60 bulb the
the friar paused aM &roo
H I their eyes ]Mere a little more accustomed I ual." Well out of five tee shots.
up and surveyed the flat horizon OD.j to peering into the strange four were up for a possible and fanoo. PIN-IT-UP LA. P.
lie sat down again and went I mist-It seemed that the bottom of Russell three feet
What was to be done! Tobacco I sediment chips only
the view cleared out; as
meant money Beautiful tobacco I clears! out of water. I short. Willie putts and misses! by ,1 2.. .i; x THE IT CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE25c
inches and Melvin does<< likewise.
would grow In that valley but there And now they could make out.dis Iz
were no men to cultivate it As fast tinctly. a faint sheen of dull, purplish Then Sam chips and falls a dozen x <.

as the labor: was brought in the men dusty green In the bottom val i I feet short.! So then Mr. Strunk h +rat. 'v7st'q ,. -COMPARE .'--Alao_

would run away again. Icy of all It was: not like a valley.It takes a long look, makes himself L
"The desert was a terrible thingto was like a great trench which had I solid pets the azimuth and elevation THE VALUE

cross. But anything was better been hollowed out and out and out angle, allows for drift, applies down

than the valley. So the men who until no breath of wind could ever a correction for two ant hills '
owned the valley thought of a plan.! stir In !It and only the focussed and I and one match stickin' in the way w : And

They went to the government. I refocassed and accumulated sun was land I hauls off and sinks a twen 1 TO YOUR PALATE AND per nth.
"They said: "Why do you spend hoarded there In masses of Infinite ty-foot combination drive, chip

much money on your prisons! Giveus heat I putt and what have you. So the
We will take such Brother) Installs complete the wonderful
the evil-doers. (CopJIfiDU 1JJ1 harper t
care of them that they will never' beers were for Eddie and then -" .. : .
be seen again. And Instead of charging -. Tomorrow Montana captures the says "I'll have a drink of water. 0 TO YOUR PURSE I READY LIGHT UNIT.
tart person on earth he expected toM But don't forget he has those! four, .
money for keeping them u your I *. ,
held in reserve: so" the next time '

.---- are out tell Eddie he owes It TdwwTivERN these
- you See of employees regarding
Its price notice. Its ricK any our ,
gets ,
.. ......... 751 you a treat, the big chiseller. your .
............. born at Litchfield, Conn., Straight them at display
I lamps, er see on display ear
Today's Birthdays years ago.Everett. I II I II Bascom Grooms, after much / Rye key i round taste wins your friendship t
dish washing sweeping and general room. S
.... '; ...... .. .. .I I I Sanders of Terre' house cleaning, takes Louis and holds it!

FredericVf, Goody of New'I Haute. Ind., and Washington. D. Cruickshank for a partner:.and;

York master-printer and designer C., lawyer; secretary to.the late;they buck up against Fred'Ai'I' >& PENN-MAXT1AND a.cetie CORPORATION. Oscar New, A Y.Di....N... Y.*.Notarf DMJkn This Special Offer

cf type faces born at Bloomington ,, Pres. Coolidge born in Clay Co., and "Pole Climber": Charley Salas.

Ill., 70 years ago. i i i Ind., 53 years ago. I' Grooms uses a spoon in place ofa

Number 7 iron; Charley uses a Limited to April

!putter for driving or brassie shots;iI .
Joseph Lee of Boston, social
Mayor J. Hampton Moore of Fred uses a driver out of a trap
Philadelphia born at Woodbury, worker born at Brookline Mass.,I and Louis makes his approach and

N. J.. 71 years! ago. 73 years ago. 'run-up shots with a putter And I tf GET YOUR LAMP TODAY
I I. I I
boy these guys make those clubs 1
Stuart Chase of New York, eco- work as good as if they used the
Edgar I A. Mowrer of Chicago, nomist and ,,writer born at Sornersworth right one. But of course the Lord H Ij
journalist, born at Bloomington '
111., 43 years ago. N. II., 47 years ago. people watches who over drive drunks 220 yardswith and those-a' w w,7v j! i TbeKeyWcstBectricCo.FRI .

George Gibbs of Phila.. novelist' putter or approach 15.yard with I s

Arthur E. Bostwick, librarian and illustrator, born in New Orleans -;![a spoon. When ,they pot;through : : : : j. }
of the St. Louis Public Library,i I 65 years: sjp. _ __". with their game,,I don't knowtwko;":' .I.lIIII.lIII .I.lI.lI.I

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: SOCIETY : : AND COIN EXHIBIT HULL Eng.-When police of
OUTBOARIDMOTORS ......................... HAS NEW LINE WAS GRAND SUCCESS, this city searched the house of Gor-

1 William Arnold who was on a dan Graves, suspected of swindling -

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress business visit in Miami, returned. T (Continued from Page One) I I l they found nearly 10,000

'PHONE 752-J CITY COUNCIL PASSES OR.' yesterday. I A. new line of beach and lawn I Richardson's Grocery, corner I Vice-President and Mrs. Arthur: I love letters written to him by various -

................................................. DINANCE PROHIBITING ( accessories has just been placedin Eaton and Elizabeth streets, has M. Brown, at 531 Caroline street.I I women.
Mrs. Ivan Park, who was spend. i stock at Long's Furniture recently had installed a beautiful Collectors and prospective collec.I
Several Visitors APPLIANCE ing a few days in :Miami with rela- neon electric sign which can be' tors are welcomed to attend. The. '
Distinguished Store 800 Fleming street. ,
(tives, returned yesterday. seen from four directions more principal speaker will be Margaret,
Beach and lawn umbrellas made than a mile from the store. | Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba. Her LEWINSKY'S I
Now Guests At Casa Marina ,
I Operation of motor boats using,.f Ljeutenant t\V....Curry Harris,! of fine quality canvas' n i beautifiil 'This new sign is in two colors i topic will be: "Stamp Collecting'

-. -- I outboard motors with more. than: ;'Battery "E"" Florida National'!I, colors are included in every wanted blue and red. It was installed by'''-the King of Hobbies, and the'

Among the distinguished vIsitors -I ning, most of the. day having been 2,000 revolutions per minute may ;:Guard, who is on ,duty' at MatcH' height and,price? rang Lou Smith of the South Florida! Hobby of Kings." I I

to Key West this week are spent fishing and swimming. Mr. not be used in the harbor of Key i icumbe, arrived yesterday for; : Cpntracting and Engineering! On Saturday afternoon a window Men'sShopMEN'S
r A bea h comfort being i
several guests at Casa Marina. Corson and his son are intimate West nor the waters surrounding).brief visit with his family.: t I new Company. ,I display! of stamps and coins'

Mrs. E. W. Matthews, of Wheeling friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. the municipality. .. : II'i featured is the Key West BackRest During the past several years'' will give those an opportunity to I!

: W. Va., is here, together withJw Stuart, of Newark, New York. Banning the use of these j,i i Al Thompson, of;iTavernierwa* made of fine quality cans Richardson's Grocery has been I see part of the exhibition ma-I FINEGARBARDINE

charming little four-year-old Mrs. Stuart holds the record for motors is covered in Ordinance: 'an arrival yesterday from* hilt vas. This back rest may be-adjusted growing by leaps and bounds and terialho found themselves unable -| SUITS

xTaughtcjr: , &zzanne; Mrs.\ Matthews railfifh and tarpon catches in local 309. Council Series, which was i place of business! for a visit":with I to suit the user.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. t now has everything that a good to attend the opening niJht.1.

j I!to be'seen each day on the ten. waters. Both she and Mr. Stuartare passed on its third reading today C. Sam B. Curry, clerk of 'criminal I grocery should have. } At 4:00 p. m. on 21.50

nis courts of the hotel, for she isSn expert anglers, and a very by the city council, and is published -I court. Manager Will Richardson attributes -' grand prizes of the exhibition will! I
ardent tennis fan, and every i great deal of their time is spent in this issue of The Citizen. ]I the success of this store I II be awarded in the Convent ofj I The Latest in Summer: Suits:

afternoon both Mrs. Matthews and i in the pursuance of this sport. Any person convicted in police Ray Bush, circulation manager THE BAD EGG OF I partly to the good service given at Mary Immaculate. The Convent

her daughter frequent the Beach I Mr. and' Mrs. W. R. Cross and court of violating this ordinance:f of the Miami Herald in Key West THE FAMILY\ I| his store and partly to the pulling orchestra and a number of outstanding I 1 I MEN'S TROPICAL

Casino. Little Suzanne has becomethe their two charming daughters. will be subject to a fine not ex: left yesterday afternoon for a power of his advertisement which : soloists will enhance the WORSTED TROUSERS

pet of the hotel, for she is a Miss Emily and Miss Mary, all of ceeding $50 or imprisonment fora (short business visit in Miami. he runs in The Citizen each week. occasion.! I

delightful, talented little thing New York City, are also guests at period of 60 days. (By EDGAR ADGA) $1.95

friendly and sweet. Casa Marina, and almost every I Cajetano Camus left yesterday .....................i... LIGHT Is This Too Good I I UP

Mrs. S. S. Durfee, of Providence, day are to be glimpsed in and i ........................ afternoon for Birmingham, Ala., They threw me out of High School TENDERLEAVING I Some Value
R. I., prominent world-traveller, is about the Beach Casino with where he goes to accept a position My best girl threw down For Your Cough?j!!
also a tennis adept and has astonished j I which they express themselves as Today'sAnniversaries with the Moulton Hotel. My puppy love was broken ; I TODAYLighthouse Creomulsion may be a Letter!1'I MEN'S LINEN SUITS

local tennis-minded ones much pleased. Mrs. Cross!! is much i,I My people wore a frown: i help than you need. It combines,,I Sanforized Shrunk-\
with her prowess and skill on the interested in the flora and trees ,I Mrs. Cornelius Elbertson left seven helps in one. It is made Better

courts. Every Sunday Mrs. Dur-j I I j in evidence locally, and Miss Emily ......s..u. I yesterday afternoon for Miami I must have had a demon (devil) Tender Ivy for quick relief, for safety. I I
fee participates in the games that I has as her hobby conchology. and .1 where she will join > a daughterand I Inside my mortal frame; was Mild coughs often yield to lesser, 9.75
1785 ((150 I I I said I'd loading materials today to be usedin helps. No tell. No
I years ago) try some other land can one
Alessan.1 leave automobile
local Tampa
collection for
is of by UPWL.
with making I
on in conjunction a '
go construction .of Tampa Knows which factor will
dro Manzoni, Italian And Co the states I came. .And Bay do most
Sunday afternoon tennis teas at specimens. I il( afohor of 'TTromessi t where she will make her future light and will l leave late this aft- for any certain, ."epuglw S i7carcfu| SHOES'1'
Casa Marina, and is at once the' All the above mentioned? 'persons born. Sposi, home. Chorus: k i .>V; moon or tonight;; . people, more and more,'are utinreomu'l'sidn' ., ., DOUGLES
Died *
'despair and pride 'of her. opnoni.,: n'a'te{' : :made known' -'the fact1'that. .. May 22,- 1873. II 1 I was the Bag Egg' ;lS the ';nefortJ' turnink th vessel will fof''any4. .. coiirh that ; S
,social ar&*' eli*hf :d with'Key-West' l' : .1-.1i Captain Veral Roberts, of the f Marts. '*51 1..1 -111 !I '
nts. She is also active .in. j[they ; family go on dry do': .jn/1'aJtpa to have : 3.50 I i:
affairs .and! is, to ,to seen$ at ,va.'I its'el rillit: ''and: :-Wsr quaint foreign\j I.* i !:"': Simon" '"'Cameron'I'-M ' PennsyryaQia"ej3itorpbblsh i iJvpO Monroe county ferry system, who .1 Carelessly I roam; < :f Jjv": the hull scraped. aitd painted. ., The coetiis. a.1 jlUe,.roorq.. than a I 1 s UP
b MBuV '
rious teas, luncheons. and dinners'' atmosphere. They"-further'-lfetate: ;:: ( \er if. S. was in Key West for a" brief stay I I drink when I think -. -aToday's 31-. single .... | > .... ... ............. huthprize .hereabouts. .j'that\ it 'H IIItficn1t() to belt t ," at, Senatpf/} Lincoln first, Secretary on business, left yesterday for Of the life I spent .. 4 l. ) if guarantdcrit/iso it failsHo 'bring !

Ralph Rl: Corson and Ralph R.'! times. ithatl'they;' are a till i an the I OVr, ,'t.orn? i.J.ancaster., Co.,I Long Key. Back in that town called Horoscope you quick ren r. (Coughs are dan": LVNSKYSIMen'sShop%

Corson, Jr.', of Montreal, Canada.) United State! ,this due to the prevalence .'! ,Pa..Died there, June 26, 1889. I Home: i fee* signals.- 'r are recent arrivals at the hotel of the Spanish language I I' fl. M.\ Duncan, engineer in I made my pile (but the wrong ................o.. .... with them in the best way known.I

and yesterday had a most enjoy here. the truly tropical foliage and I charge of bridges and other projects kind of pile i Here is danger of a wavering _. (adv.)
able morning, afternoon and eve the unsurpassed climate. 1807-Samuel Downer, the Boston I r left yesterday for Mate- A mound of mis-er-y) I temperament that may be unfortunate -- -- I
oil manufacturer who became !
!cumbe after brief with his
._ ._- -- - toil a Etay But I wanna make up for all if not guided into proper 526 DUVAL STREET
a pioneer oil refiner of the first family. PALACEBOB
that hell paths. There is love of romance, !
Miss Nina G. Ryder And Avery wells of Pennsylvania, born. I caused the fam-i-ly. j combined with ability of high STEELE in -
I Died Sept. 20, 1881.1825Solomon Mrs. Rex Weech, who was visiting -
grade if the mind be stead
Mr. Weech's parents, Mr. They threw me out of a Caf BIG CALIBRE !
Johnson Are Married In MiamiThe ied. Avoid solitude and seek the
and Mrs. F. O. Weech. at the home Along the great White Way; Serial and Short Reels i
: Kohn Austrian I Eaton street left A Jew it was that help'd me 'I companionship of strong natures. !'
Guetto( novelist-poet, born. Died :on yesterday! : f Matinee: 10-15t; Nignt: 10-20c
marriage of Miss Nina G.. Theta sorority and also the American I afternoon for the home in Miami. A Jew that showed the way: i NEVER
I Nov. 6, 1904. The human loses
Ryder, director of social service I Association of Social Workers His words did I remember. body enough iI I
the West Administration Success?. .At last it heat in an hour to raise a half-
of Key the latter organization demanding Lieutenant Curry HarrIs I came; I 1
of water to its
to Avery Johnson, Ptt'A artist,I i 1834-John O.'Neil I, Union soldier Battery "E," Florida National I made a pile in business, gallon boiling

also connected with the administration -I I a great deal of profes- leader of the Fenians who invaded Guard who arrived yesterday I won a wife and fame. .And[ point. BEFORE SUCH A

took place! last night at sional qualifications for member. Canada in 1870 as a means from Matecumbe left this morning Chorus: Cassio BrannanMASTER
M of freedom for Ireland the to his SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE
mL. I ship.Mr. gaining over highway join I was the Bad Egg of the I
The ceremony was a simple one.Mass .1 Johnson graduated from born in Ireland. Died Jan. 7, battery.
Ryder, wearing a white crepe I''Wheaton College in Illinois and 1878. family, TEACHER OF af this/ low price!

travelling ,suit, and carrying anj Uhe!I Chicago Art Institute. Be. James B. Pinder, second assistant I Now will I'm no sure longer of roam the; Open I VIOLIN I

orchid corsage, had as her attendant ' sides being a well-known artisthe keeper at Sombrero lighthouse Door isv11zrI
an intimate friend, Miss! is also noted for his vocal 1836-Matthew C. Butler, Con. arrived this morning to Pupils Accepted Now
federate U. Senator Back in that town called
Phyllis Hall, of Jacksonville, and ability, having been a soloist in I from South general Carolina S. born at spend his quarterly vacation with L Home: SINGLY OR IN CLASSES
Ralph Gunn, assistant to J. Gerry churches in Chicago and on the his family.
I Greenville, S. C. Died in Washington .t. I made my pile '
director !
Curtis, recreation of the air from Chicago broadcasting 713 Simonton'StreetPiratesCoieFishing i
local administration, acted as best i studios. lIe was the creator of D. C., April 14, 1909. Mrs. Thomas Sawyer and two And I made it square.

man for the groom. I Ifrs. several dioramas. one of them. I daughter Misses Edna and Jane, I'll take her upon my' knee: Friday and SaturdaySPECIALS

) Johnson is a graduate of I having been exhibited by the Chicago 1867-Homer C. Davenport,! who were spending several weeks For I wanna make up for all]

the Simmons College of Social Northwestern Railway at the cartoonist, born at Silverton, with relatives left yesterday afternoon that Love V i

Work in Boston and the University: Century of Progress Exposition at Oreg. Died May 2, 1912. for their home in New That Mother gave for me. Strictly Fresh Killed Pork, CampPirate

of Vermont, and since attending i Chicago. York.. tt ...,.u..._. .20c and 2Se
those schools has been associated The marriage pf Miss Ryder Cove, Florida
CASA MARINAKey Lamb Shoulder, tt> ... .. 18e
with many charitable organizations and Mr. Johnson was no surprise Cocktail Hour A. R. Miller, superintendent of* .m. 20 Miles From Key West on
Rib; Roast, tt ......._.._ ._. 2Sc '
including the Yonkers Charity I to their many Key West friends At Raul's Club I I the P. and O. S. S. company, left : West's Hotel De Luxe Veal tb .._?...___..._.....uu.m.... 2Sc the Overseas Highway

Organization Society near for it has long been suspectedthat I -- ;!I yesterday afternoon for Miami on I American Plan I Pork Chops, tt .................. 24c SWIMMING POOL
New York and the Vermont Relief they were contemplating j business in connection with the S'I 200 I I
has I I Raul's Club Miramar on the:, S. Florida. between Miami: Delightful Room, each I Fresh Eggs, guaranteed, I FINE CUISINE

Administration. She I matrimony. Boulevard will have another of its: plying L. with Private Bath dozen _... _......._..m. .. 35c First Class Accommodations "CE"'TUWEN:
taught child welfare subjects at I t Definite Ilans for a honeymoon and Havana during the tourist sea
very popular and very delightful I Evening Dinner __J $2.00 Heavy Western and Florida: t Write or Telephone for "Dutmg the ran few
the University of Oklahoma and]j have not been completed but it son.;
i i
Cocktail Hours tomorrow after Luncheon ._- -- -, 1.50 Meats i ReservationsRates yean lye been driven
director of the Children'sService is expected that the couple will I
was :j I noon from 5 to 7. )j Afternoon Tea .___-,-...,-.... .50 AH Ingredients for Souse e because o(n< Bureau at Oklahoma City.j' take a boat voyage and after a : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day the lower-pfKtd: razor
She is: a member of Kappa Alpha: ,I'l lime return to Key West. Key West society, together with) LOW PRICES ATLEWINSKY or a la Carte Large Shipment Florida Hens I American Plan blsJes-mjr beard suffer
prominent members of the win Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with N jngbecaueofthe.h.n-
_. .
- --- ----- BERMUDA MARKET of
--- -- --- ter residential set, will attend, Casino I commjts my potlet-
and it is confidently expectedthat I STOREOne Phone 861-W Free Delivery : book Now your Piobak
Entertains At Plan To Entertain Masseur in Attendance Jr. has 'jain; brought
tomorrow's hour will exceedin Cor. While and Virginia" Sts.
PETER SCHUTT Mgr. back thaving comfort
I /
Informal TeaA Lodge Official i gaiety all previous ones. LEE BAKER'S I no extra con.

Since their inauguration several I of the finest lines of men's: I "E.Eugene Leonhart
: .
delightful informal tea was The Fern Chapter, Order East-: ) weeks ago these Cocktail 1 wearing apparel offered years ---- ------ - SanJoK.CahtUnsolifHCJ

.' .; .l Hours have steadily gained in pop is now being shown at Lewin'ky'sMen's letters like
given yesterday afternoon by N's.A. rntarvwhich Mrs. 4p. ,N.Cotfhorn.ist'presidcnt .
.t 1 rilK: I'omorrov ...here will be' Shop, 526 Duval,street. ).l: this prove the amazing
.. Heavy Western Steer Meat
14, l Hewitt, 1317 1'etronla prepares: t"" lOi.O'dGOik 'm.aeyoProbakJc.TritJ.
The latest in fine Gar-
t men's L
: l1) d'oeuvecrva / 1 t
.el, f.st 6r. *
ry.l. ,I OJALL CUTS I- > 'i1: if is uniformly keen arid.l
street, in honor of the chairmen day to'' welcome Us' distlntUishd(; fi. : Jvi th'rpous% \ cocktails I.a I..bardine Suits are featured at this I .smihab-ahuing bUde.

anti I n-i_ Wrs of the cQinmitt; ca irnest. Mrs. ''Nancye Rickard ; nr! ,a IC .!\,..yrcpsr.a\ wiirbc.in, ,,;store at low prices in all sizes and 4 I. PORK :'sVEAL; : : I ',OitIbo&kJr.hom youf
Worthy, :Grand''Mutton' of'Florida; : I ...JlnfOLdalr'I-
styles. -
to furnish dance > ?
who served under her direction in music SIR1NGLAMBCSwift "
who arrives'''tb'da'y ''td 'pay a'<'for- for the guests. - I i This store featuring a specialon ". I "ttId nsk1 % value at 2SbbJchf"
connection with the 'St. Patrick's mal! visit to th'ei caT' thapt PMn'Rickard -. Premier Hams ,, only S 9c or a
men's tropical worsted trousers ,
Day'l>ridge Monday evening j j 'aec6mpanied by I :-F,.j -__ i HENS AND 'FRYERS; I *specia(Spa l, pKUle or
I i ..\II' I as shown in the advertisement ., 4 for 10<,
The tea table with its Pl'.F' ShowAt i fi ,
dainty i several t other notables, will be entertained or in today's paper. ..' All .Ingredients Souse, PteIwA I-jli:,'
appointments had for a color'II I I with a dinner at 5:30 in Night Club i I -',...........
scheme and A 'I I' WE OPEN 'SUNDAY I 1
gold. ARE
purpe centerpiece -, the dining room of the Colonial I i VERY SUPERSTITIOUS
of royal purple bougain-' Hotel here, following which there MORNINGS : 1

villaea was flanked by yellow;i>. will be a meeting of Fern Chap- Jimmie Heffner and his entire I LONDON. .
company will put on an unusually -Ninety-eight superstitious I
tapers in crystal holders. The tea'service Phone 695 Free cJGrand
', ter in the hall at Simonton and good floor show at the i' residents of this city have Delivery

was decorated with motifs'in Eaton streets at 7:30 p. m., Habana-Madrid Club tomorrow I'I asked permission to change the 822 Fleming Street i i

Those the same color. the I j 1 I where a special program. has been night. Therewill be four acts of I I I street numbers of their houses I I

enjoying hospitality I i arranged, and which meeting it is vaudeville, plenty of singing and'! from 13 to 12A. .
of the hostess were: Mrs John
requested that all members at I'i
I i dancing by the chorus I
McCann, :Mrs. II. I R. Demeritt,!! tend. girls. --
I Dick Royster and his Carolian-,
Miss Adelaide McKeown. Mrs. J. ,
'!I ians will also be on hand to furnish -;,
G. Piodela, Mrs. John Manegold. ; 7edicc .
j; Floor Show At
rhythm for the
Mrs. J. E.; Lewis, Miss :Mane Cot. I vent. Opening

tingham.iss :Marie Cappick, Mks. Dance TonightA of Vlcks .

McKcown, :Mrs. Phillip Wilson. I I New Club Opens VapoRub in Convenient Cindy Form ,' ... CLUB BOLERO

I good floor show has been arranged Up TomorrowClub
Plcn Observance for the Junior Drum and VICKS COUGH DROP 520 Bahama StreetIn

0! Poetry Week 1 Club Bugle tonight Corps at Dance 9 o'clock.at the Cuban Bolero, 520 'Bahama ,...-. .: 10.S' Rear Happy Days-Entrance Through"Bahatna. St.

j. Some of the acts featured on to- street night at will 10 be o'clock opened under tomorrow the MONROE ThEATELillian ., ., Saturday, March 9, 10 Till ?

Residents and visitors who arc night's program are as follows: I Bond-Tim McCoy in DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT-
management of Joe Medina\ ,and. !
interested in poetry are invitedto ] I Tap Dance by Teresa Sullivan: I HELL BENT FOR LOVE !. .
Ernest I
f meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 I the Carioca and Continental Perez. .. i lean Parker-Charles Admission 75c -. Ladies Free

o'clock with :Miss :Marie Cappick.t 1 danced by Gerald Pinder and The two owners are. ,doingeverything : in WICKED WOMAN Bickford' I BEACH AND.LAWN\ UMBRELLAS, $4.95 For Reservations Ph ne No. '5il'. C'-
415 Olivia street, for'the purpo '! Marjorie Frow; solo by Helen to make the. ,grandj I Maitinee. : BalconylOc; Orckn. I , /. o$16.80" I \
opening a and have I I
of planning for observance of r pro.1 : ,
Curry; solo by Olga Ramos. vided Ira, 15-20c; Night 15-Z5ej.. -_------ '- w'-- _
National Poetry Week, May Starting at 8 o'clock the corps a program of good entertainment ;, Key WB ck Rests, 95c -
for tomorrow night. {
20-27. I
will parade down Duval street I
Anyone who enjoys poetry amend Chairs, without arm and foot rest, $1.25; STEAMSHIP
at the Cuban Club. Co.
musician and of Washington
whether they have written verse of greability Apple Week With arm and foot rest, $2.65; With P & 0
gave valuable] j I UNITED
or not is included: in this invitation j, MARCH : STATES FAST
it is announced.This I' 7rs. S. P. Vecker knowledge and ability by assisting -,, 9-16 canopy, $4.005Piece MAIL ROUTES FOR
in training members of the i,
Leaves For MiamiMrs. FANCY DELICIOUS
year marks the ninth and .
anniversary I east of the operatic production ) 1 i Lawn Sets, $23.90 up FORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
of National Poetry the "Pirates of Penrance." fi j WINESAP APPLES EH. ti.. April 27, 1933
Wicek which was founded by :Miss S. P. Vecker, who was Accompanying Mrs. Vecker I l Folding Canvas Cots, $3.40 Leave Key Welt for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays 12:20
Anita Browne, chairman of':spending SOMERSET I. R. M.
several months in
Key were Mrs. Peter William who will:) 4
poetry for the General Federation i West as the guest of her mother ;i ORANGESSold : Standard Yacht Chairs, $2.75LONG'S Leave Haw for Key West WednesdAy. and Saturdays I
spend a week with relatives and) 9:00: A. M.Lean. *
of Women's !
Clubs. It is.i.Mrs.' Nellie Williams at 522 Mj-s. F. C. Brossier. formerly) By- Key West for Port Tampa Wednesday
hoped that Key West may be abbto I i Elizabeth street left over the Mrs. Maude Lowe of Key West: ,i FURNITURE STORE days 6:30 P. If.

line up with other cities in ob.J t I highway this morning to join Mr. I who came here to spend La Se-] ALLAN B. CLEARE Ticket, Res.rrmUom. .ad UforauUoa at Ticket Office .. JV.
serving; this important national i 11 Vecker
in Miami. Deck 'Ph...
nana Alegre with relatives and 71
J!l Street
511 Front
event it is stated. J I
}'rs. Vecker, an accomplished.friends. *; H. C03TAR. AteaLI



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