The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 9, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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KEY WEST Classes in stenography will Everything! is quiet on Mate- ANOTHER JEWFISH

This Morning By M. E. : SENT TO CURTIS I II start Tuesday under direction of tumbc: at the camps of employeson Looked Upon With More

HAS BEST FISHING"The ,the adult educational division of the bridge projects, :says Major OF MURALS HERE' Once again yesterday. Euric

Gilfond, Key West Administrator I the Florida ERA when adult persons , William V. Albury, F. N. G., I i!I I I Sterling demonstrated that SeriousnessBy
beat fishing in the Members of the Twentieth Pur. interested in learning that in command of the troops on the the place to catch jewfuh !i.

state," is the declaration I suit Group from Barksdale Field means of livelihood will have opportunity keys, who arrived this afternoon. I! TO BE CELEBRATED TOMORROW -; the Porter dock, and he i* the
made yesterday b,. G. S. I: to study without cost. -1 Asked when the troops were to i I angler to make the catch.

Meek, of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. I who were here .last Sunday apparently The classes will be under the, be sent back to Key West, the ma- !I AFTERNOON AT This weighed 150 pound BYRON PRICE

Meek in this week were highly pleased with direction of Comer hackney who jor replied that he did nut< know. I U'hlrJ .( Hurra.., The Akaorlatrdlrr
over He
came I I RAUL'S NIGHT CLUB ON bought mullet for bait. ... \\... .....
Operation of the ferries along the highway for a stay. of 10 the entertainment offered them is being sent here from the state when that would be but that all I 1i 1 Caught a grey mapper. The senate's rise to a place of

the Oversea Highway wi'l' be under I days and went out yesterdayas while in Key West.J. office of the relief administrationin members of Battery "E" who j i BOULEVARD I II Placed the snapper on the I

guests of Captain John Gerry Curtis, director of the Jacksonville. Special :funds, were students would return Mon fI f _ ( jewfish hook, threw the line : greater influence in the conduct
of Nor I I
the direct supervision -
set aside months for thjjj kind!
Lopez. ago I over and I landed the of
West day.In i jewfUh. the government is one of the
the I
works division of Key
berg Thompson working under Their catch consisted of six of work, are being used in main reply to the question as to [ The hanging of a second group I, All within> the short space of
dolphin four large kingfish, Administration who was in chargeof taining the classes, so that the whether a |permanent camp i is to 10 minutes. impressive feature. of the current
of mural, completing the re- the Key West Administration, ef. four barracuda and one the aviators' entertainment cost of the educational program .,le established! and maintained the : On the day previous Mr. Washington picture.It'wasralovlongago'.

feetivn .March JS;,M.jE,.Gilfond. grouper. Met, Meek is,, out,. Sunday< yesterday received a letter I is not reflected in lower" relief I major replied that he had no reliable of Raul's Night Club willi!i Sterling had a few' min-

again today.aa.4, ,will go .out, quotas. information relative to this be celebrated: tomorrow afternoon]I II 'wtes- leisure He-" baited I'tbat' the
from C T. Hansen of the
cling ,admLitraU,,, announced every day, whentheweather, i ; Students are to furnish their matter. I with a "Dutch treat"irof i!... r..,s tarponhook.'and line;" ade *' senatorial7'estate'-was at very lowebb'

shy,lIIfWDillC.-r favorable; ,.d.iac..hia stay.* ,aviation department the City own supplies, but there will be,-no]I -- -- !, 1 party at the night club. The affair 1< the 'cast, got a strike'and I I
of Miami. Classes to': : : SenatorV'were" the butt of
registration fee. are '
MORE{ is to start at 5 o'clock and -will bronght in' a'' 30 pound tar-
The ferries weratakeaovet by : : .. !
+ .d3 >' The group coining last Sunday be held in the high school,building ''"pon.A'', perfect 'specimen 'of ': ah-vtidletr'jocular-rouad of wise

the ,district,,(offico ,o( .t..F. id4ERA.Jan.JIII r'r I'included 19 officers, 10 pursuit : and high school typewriters]I I continue until 7 o'clock. I; tlre,silver' king. .
tALL : I will be available for the work fCOftE] IN FRIDAY'I Richard II. Jansen, member of I'eacks"and'; only ." small fraction
. Since December, KEYWESTOM; I "
, I
I planes and) one transport\ plane. The first class is to be held at the artiste' group of the Key West } ofJthfr-'pwbhVseented' willingto

18. 1934 they have been operated I They arrived in the morning, and 3:15: p, in., Tuesday and th.: Administration did the second II I
i I IN MIAMI'SBIGFLOWERSHOW returned to Chapman Field at Mi- second will start at 7 p. m. the I I take the traditionally august
under the direction. ,B. M. Duncan .i r[ group of murals for the night club BEST STAMP AND
I laud that afternoon. During this same day. I TWENTIETH i i : branch of the national legislatureat
who is supervising the construction Mrs\ Mary Day of the local i the first ret having been designed
!I \ week other officers and planes I:cial I service department is sO-I in I I, and executed by Avery Johnson. ''; COIN FRAMES TO i alt seriously.Of .
of the bridges closingthe have been sent to Key West as a' I S. ARMY CORPS 1
of which is I i
charge registration !
The group of murals done by course a great deal of wisecracking -
two ferry the highway .i result of the reception accordedthe done in the social service (j
gaps on being ':'Jansen treat the cocktail hour in : but
I ,, BE SHOWN TODAY I persists, there aa'ei
CITY'S DISPLAY AWARDED] aviators last Sunday department of the district ERA Another group of aviators from .
and who also is in charge of abstraction, and considered I various elements of the
I Mr. Hansen's letter to Mr. Cur office here. Registrations were the Twentieth Pursuit squadron, are !+ I i present

renovation work on Fort Jeffer' SWEEPSTAKES RIBBON AT, tis follows in part: received yesterday and today, and U. S. .\. corps, arrived in Key unusually interesting and' well |i i senate situation which no one

son [ INTERNATIONAL TROPICAL]I "After listening very patientlyto also will be received from 8:30 a. West je'teHay: for a day with executed. While many of the AWARD IN ESSAY CONTEST,I attempts to laugh away.

a the reports of quite a number m. to 1 p. m. Monday. Other members of the FERA and other panels deal with the abstract of !' TO I I It is in that chamber that theadministration's
Both Julius EXHIBITION '' of the members of the Twentieth MADE TOMORROW I
F. Stone, Jr., Florida : registrations will be accepted immediately i, Key Westers.Thr !
'the cocktail hour others relief
1. present, security
Emergency Relief Administrator -, I I Pursuit Group who were so for, before classes begin ; i is, the thin l unit to arrive AFTERNOON AT CONVENT
tunate to visit Key West last Sunday with similar technique, other,; banking and utility bills have encountered
and C. n, Treadway, chair I Tuesday, Miss Louise Eisele, case during the week since the firstproup 1
I I Sprrinl to The ClllariO ,. I am most certainly disap-j I supervisor, said this morning. of officers wi'h Captain! : I it). phases of life in Key West. :I\ OF MARY IMMACULATE I unexpectedly stubborn

man of the State Planning Hoard MIAMI. March .-Key West |K>inted that I could not have I Clark i in command, arrived Sunday Jansen studied in the LaytonArt resistance. It is there that agita.;

felt that too much work was being I I awarded the Ewee >stakes. rib.I I i made the trip. From all reports I : and had a most enjoyable; School in Milwaukee and lat. ---- !I I lion for inflation centers and demands
was :
placed! on Mr.\ Duncan, and)j I j I i I bo far, you must have shown them,: CURTIS IS GIVEN ;!visit. per t taught for two years at that I i i The best stamp: and coin frames for 'investigations into the
ben for the city s display at the 'a most wonderful time. The officers -
that he should be given Thore arriving yesterday were which were shown during the '
an schoolIW: has exhibited 'i t I : new deal l flourish It is there
claim that it was the best in most .
oppor-I! : Lieutenant M W. Arnold flight
International Tropical Flower SCHOOL HONORS night of the first
to opening
tunity concentrate his Key ,
: of the
leading water color thows
entertainment packed into so few commander; Master Sergt. Davis, ,! 'i;; that politics is boiling most inej-
and the personnel of his office on Show now being held at> Miami hours that it has ever been their i]\pilot; Staff Sergeants McLean. and participated: several times in West Stamp: and Coin Exhibition i i rily,
the construction of the I I I I pleasure the International Water Color : will be on display for the last ;
bridges I to experience They are Coleman and Kalb Corporal
Beach Gardens : KEY WEST BOY NOW MAKINGIIOME'IN'SAN"FltWCISCO ; More interesting still, it u to
since. they are considered .of. i I very anxious to send you a picture!: LWorthuiSton, .Grt-g; Private Rotating: Show llj(: work' hangs J i.n ,i I tiwe.todayfamtiitd. \ p;!'certarn-tgures1: 'lnt'ienale' tKatboth '
.,. '
'tf-r li'- % < Judged! in competition with ! of"tleti[ griiujiefogetilie'r'; with the, private collections'in Chicago and
much -I I[ Mitchell, S<'t"man. Fratt. Morris the show windows of Gato & Navarro :
importance to the further
Milwaukee and other cities in right-wing and di i..
which signatures of all the members CALIFORNIA and left-wing
cities the exhibit
was Schmick Johnson. Carpenter _
development of Key West. I I that visited with you. but this will! I I Kau. \\''i consin and Michigan. Ilis work Inc.! at Daval and Southard i senters from Mr. Roosevelt are

Mr. Cilfond asked Mr. Thompron arranged by Avery Johnson, water i have to wait until they return to t' Elmer Curtis, son of Mr. and :! 1 1 been reproduced in Fortune streets. I! looking confidently for leader

to take charge of the opera color artist and Ralph Gunn, ;: Darksilale I
tion of the ferries and he agreedto landscape artist, of Key West, was I I have a suitable group pictureI ,, present living in San Francisco,I I I MARVIN l WALKER, The afternoon"Dutch treat"is party tomorrow . 10, the closing ceremonies will ; Senate.White House Rivalry
with them. I thought that this Calif., has been signally honored I II expected to attiact take
in Saint '
place Cecila's Hall
do so voluntarily. However, in unique, compelling of admiration 1 would be 1'I II I I many of the winter colony F This turn of affairs appears in
a pleasant memento student the Poly-1
i very by the ,body of EDITOR FLORIDA in the Convent of Mary Immacu
order that he may te: a certified,'and exceedingly beautiful. I for you: to place in your den. I technic High School of that city,;; + here a? well as a number of resi late. >I clearer perspective when it is

employe of the administration he I I In idea the exhibit was a ma.1 want to personally thank you for''I which has an enrollment of :3,000 :I dents. Every one interested will '1 he Convent Orchestra will viewed as a part of a long-con.
CROWER.ARRIVESACCOMPANIED be welcome : tinuing rivalry Between the senate
is to receive the nominal salary of I:I rine garden with a cabana in the I all the courtesies you extended students.In I I 1 play "Happy Hours," followed by and the White House.
$1 month."I ; and would appreciate: greatly if an article in the February 13 !I Among those expected to attend "J>jnes, which will be presentedby
per i center of the exhibit which afforded I arc Mayor and Mrs. William A senate dominated by such fig.
I 1 vou convey this to the other members I I issue of the Polytechnic Parrot,:
M. M. Dion. Thereafter! the
am mo t happy that Mr. of BY WIFE Ii. ures as Aldrich and Foraker
j spectators: an excellent view of entertainment ; ; MaloneM Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
: your group.[official journal of the school which : president of the Key West Phil
Thompson has volunteered his i Gilfond. Mr.\ and Mrs. J. Gerry often was a thorn in the side of
'| the coral trees, ferns and : "If there i is anything that we was sent The Citizen, announcement THEY ARE GUESTS OF MR. atelic Society, Commodore von the
services in the operation of the rare and beautiful marine growths.The might do for you at this end,: is made of Young Curtis being Curtis, Mrs. Edward Bruce and Mictk-L uLa. II. 1). W., will deliver President Roosevelt.
kindly do not hesitate to call I the i- AND MRS. JULIAN LANGNER Miss Alice Graham, both of Washington Under Taft a senate coterie led
ferries. Mr. Gilfond said. "As I beautiful background for : uponus assigned important petition a brief address review-
Dolliver started rebellion
by the
D, C. General Harry C.
'1 ;
chairman of the ferry committeeof the exhibit also called forth wordsof favor, as we would consider! it a I of Student Court Judge. ON CAROLINE STREET Mane Mr\ ::. Blanche Winslow 'of ing the most successful event. ':. which ended in Taft's defeat fur
to do if within from the
so our The following excerpt This will be followed by "Con-
the Monroe County Commissioners !- praite from the hundredscf -- New York. Lieut.. end Mrs. W. B. reelection.
many r. the is ]
pow "Parrot" relative to judge "
certo, played I: Appel
Mr. Thompson has had a people who viewed it. This was of interest to his friend, Marvin Walker, editor of the Jackson, Lieut. and Mrs.\ Robert by Wilson dominated the senate
deal of in this M many Florida Grower, periodical! dcvot Kreu ('r. Mr. and Mrs.\ Walter\ Pinder.A during F most of his two terms, although .
great experience MI I
painted by members of the artists and of his parents, in Key : : piano solo by Commodore von
i I NOTED TRAVELER 5d I to the interests; of the citrus Bainbridgc, Henry Lacagnini of he did have 0'c41oion,1
work, and is well equipped to supervise colony residing in Key Welt. "A rare honor was paid our judicial Mictk-Liuba will include two nurai -I
with "a little
and agricultural industries of New York, Elmer Davis of New I group: of
the operations of the boats. Among those who attended from branch the other morning I Florida is a visitor in Key West. !York Mrs. Mildred Harris Caplan i! Lers. "Serenade' ;,and "Berceuse."1 1I I willful men" in the senate mvnajleishfp. -
I TO LEAVE TODAY when Superior Judge Steiger came 1 This'will be followed tha
The Key West Administration will Key West were Mayor and Mrs i: out to Student Court to give a Mr. Walker arrived yesterdaypceompanied of New York a party from the J"f sehtatlo/rof'WA'wa'rd' by'in; IVjcetty j! !! Senate influence( ilreC: *1 ,
take over their operation March by Mrs. Walker and Caa Marina as guests of Peter 'In-turn? became definitely1 dJrti':
Wm. 11. Malone, who were.extended i talk on the benefits of having this ; cOO'ltcat-.bitH'Wh-1 Wo"ul3"
$trpgue-ts of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Schutt, manager, _and manyabth-: |n;, 15 since Mr
Duncan ati my re. personal invitations by Mrs. unit. Our own Judge Curtis' was ; Like. Con ietiori."1 .
ELMERi DAVIS ALSO WIDELY | SUrfip League oh,,, NatiJni
iftcrf( the
fcngnor the 529 Caroline ers. / :
I at home
agreed to. continue their( in his glory sitting on the bench I(
and > ThftlKey
Julien Southerlard, founder i trrirx which wps{ ? ofyiuctcdj{ by treaty wsssuLluittedi fenairaiifi
KNOWN WRITER, RETURN. for the cause of justice. street. Citizen. ! '
West _
oration until then 'in order that t .1' Ed. Gray will ins -
of the exhibition. i attained "I.
president Since arriving ..Mr Walker hast Ration i\IPF.Y.ff\ -
"Somehow it makes feel I ;
the adminiBtralion might be r MATERIAL TESTERS >lounctci t '
completely it."r
1'i'N" TONEW YORK'l'ess' t ,1I ''
: pretty important to know that a I sited: ail the points-of interest in I ''IpJ' 1 Slumped In Prestige.Ciding -
to themeffectively.1' 1i1.L i; and d td. IF
prepared s
.., "operate> .". ...1.' MAJOR PILSBURY J I judge will get up early enough toattend t the pity and finds many changes i I t-(. Pt 'and t0 t Ineir: friends, are. .invited '',high, the' seriate1 heist\

For the time being,'it was'said, I i ff''Tr.- J one of our court sessions along various lines since his last :IARRIVEYESTERDAY. to be present.I one of its'own number, Mr. HardI

the same schedules and rates now ElmerDavis, noted traveler just to pay the student judge a visit several years ago. "Nocturne" is the next number I ing, to nit. in the presidential

in effect, will be continued. ANDWIFELEAVING! and writer, who has been in Key compliment." HP also notices, he rays, an entirely I i I of the program to be executed by t chair. While he lived, and for a
West for the past 10 days en- different attitude: of the time afterward senatorial influence
CCME HERE TO CONFER WITH L. Delaney. after which a Violin
I joying a vacatipn, will leave this I citizenry in general and a more I Ensemble will render "Pomp and t was fctrong. By a strange

CUBA CARRIES VISITORS HAVE BEEN IN KEY afternoon for New York I T. BROOKS LEAVESK. satisfied demeanor of tho e with L. M. PIERCE AT NAVAL I Circumstance.!! about-face, it was the senate

During his stay Mr. Davis has whom he has come in contact. [ STATION Thereafter the! grand prizes for I which uncovered teapot Dome

79 PASSENGERSSteamship WEST FOR MONTH'S collected material and data for W. SUNDAY START. Mr. Walker i b very much interested I I the best stamp exhibit and the best and almost wrecked the adminis-
in the potential' possibilitiesof I
STAY an article on the rehabilitation [. coin exhibit will be presented to j tration it had created.
program in Key West, which is to the Florida Key!, from an agricultural the winners of these honors by I J Under Coolidge and Hoover
E. Brooks who had full standpoint and today b Dr. M. E. McDonnel. of the f
'estcr.\\ --- I be prepared for Harper's Maga i President von Mietk-Liuba and there was a reaction. MX. Hoover,
: Cuba sailed ) zine. charge of the Sunday Star, and securing from lit roB Dallou, of American Society Testing Materials Vice President Arthur M. Brown.(especially, often defied the old

slay afternoon for Havana Major U B. "Pilsbury, medical )iI issued, that paper during the the FERA bureau of Etatisics andre : and J. Waring, member of During the opening night the public -! guard of .his party in the senate

first class passengers 10 second J|[corps, U. S. A., retired, and Mrs. iI. I month of February has turned it earch, data covering the various 1 the same were arrivals from t decided by vote the best and got away with it. The senate .

class, one automobile, one ton of Pilsbury, who have been spendinga I L. HOWARD COMES back to the owners the Monroe phases of agricultural activity I Pittsburgh Pa., yesterday. 'I stamp entry. on fell off in influence, prestigeand

freight and 329 sacks of mail. I. month in Key West at 630 Wil- j l County Printing Co.. Inc. I on the keys as compiled by :Mr. !I These visitors come for a visit The Star Spangled Banner will power.It .

Ferry Estrada Palma arrived liam street w'm leave over the;i; HERE ON BUSINESS After a thorough; survey, an Dallou. with L. M. Pierce, at the naval close the fist Key West Stamp chewed little sign of recovering

from Cuba with three cars of highway tomorrow morning for analysis of the local situation anda Should he complete his investigations station and to investigate the experiments and Coin Exhibition.The from that slump duringthe

tucar, three cars of tomatoes, one Washington. I practical test, he came to the this afternoon Mri: and which have been carriedon I public is cordially invited first congress to assemble.un,

car of guano, 20 empty cars, two They will be accompanied by I conclusion that there was no Mrs. Walker will/ leave for'Tampathis in Key West for a. number of : to be present at the closing exeriches der Franklin Roosevelt; but it

passengers and baggage. their guests Mises Ellen and Lee Howard, representative of economical need for a weekly paper evening' on the SteamshipCuba. years and .re. made,[under the direction -j i- in the Convent of Mary Im- pot: a big taste of power again

Steamship Turfjuina, which ar- Francis Gere, daughters of C. II. j jI' I the Real Silk Hosiery Company, in Key West. I and supervision of Mr. ma Gere the founder of the Nebraska is now in the city for sales and I Pierce.
from Mi- ...
rived in port this: week I"" I court.
I' State Journal of Lincoln' service today tomorrow and Monday ...
emi, is on the ways in one of the! ", COMES TO AID OF SON
local shipyards undergoing Nebraska, which is one of the larg- I '. .
re.1 I cat and most powerful journalsin Mr. Howard states that he ex. TONIGHT TONIGHT ELEVEN LEAVEABOARD
pairs. | WEAR 'E M ; CARDIFF, Wale-When Francis
the west.Major pects to establish :'egency in '
The vessel 1 is m the fruit carrying : I' Borman of this city was Hn.i .
Pil bury and party have this city for the Peal Silk Com Grand Opening SHORTSLanrdered
trade Miami 1
and plies between i tenced to prison for fraud. his PLANEPassengers
had a most delightful; visit in Key pany. lie is staying at the Colo-
and ports in the Bahama Is icged father begged} to be allowed -
lands. West and will return next year. ,, nial Hotel CLUB EL BOLERO or Dry Cleaned I!I to serve his sentence.

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i! Dance to the Rhythm of the Boleros t leaving for Miami

HEFFNER-VINSON CO. WATCH FOR THE Real Silk Hosiery Co. 15c Special Price This Week by plane yesterday were Julius F:,

TONIGHT in NEW ':, REPRESENTATIVE Floor Shew For Reservations Phone 5 On Washing; Polishing Simon- Stone Jr.. bin Stone Kay

"MEET THE BRIDE" 1 1 It now in town for 1 ENTRANCE: 520 BAHAMA STREET COLUMBIA LAUNDRY izing and Painting Your ]I Schatt. William R. Porter, Bob
I SpotUwood, Walter Wilbur Mrs.
57 Alan Fox Reba Hodfe. Dorothy
Smith Service
Reserve Your Seats at Page' Phone 70S Co'onial Hotel Lou
Parking Space Free Gents 75c Kent. Marie Spicer and Edward
I .
Catherine Phone 522
Soda Fountain Phone 9117 II i: L Today-SB.Jay-Monday 1 *617 SimomtoB Street I White at I Bodin.,



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. KEY WEST IN Today In History
S>u-'lUh4 Dally Except Sunday By I> CIHCIIT COCIt STATE OF .
TUB CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. INc.L. The Public Record at Pensacola was FLOKIIll. TUKNTIKTI1 JIIHCIAL. CLEVELAND, O.-"I'm lorry, eeeeeeeeeeee.............
P. ARTMAJT PmIde.t. awarded the publication of the delinquenttax DAYS GONE BY .CIINCKH C'lHrl"lT.10'110.%'. .: ('OENTV. ; Anniversaries ;I but I have a wife and three kids" 1831-French Foreign Legion

From The Citizen Building Happening Here Jut 1O Years) PAUL ANI,KKW CASH, .......CSCCeC........... apologized a robber who took formed.
Corner Green and Ann Streets list but the owner John W. Cole is a Complainant I $126 from James Hough in a coal
Ago Today At Taken From
vs. Boylston the
Only Daily Newspaper In Key West And Monroe member of the Florida legislature and The File Of The Citizen 'I fARt. cash Df-f.-nllant. Boston physician who was first in I office in. this city. 1839--3-month war between

County. hence his qualification was questioned bya ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt I the country to introduce inoculation fornia governor, railroad president .Mexico and France ended.
appearing by affidavit the ..I
liutered: at Key West Florida, as second class matter Not only in Florida but in oth sworn lull filed In the alxr-Matrd for smallpox born near there. Senator and philanthropist, battle between
competitor. In order to clarify the rightof J Died March 1, 1766.1749Mirabeau I I. 18C2-Historic
er parts of the United States peo-I cause! that Mary t: lash the de-- born at \Vatervliet N. Y. Died
FIFTr-SIXTII! YEAR therein nauinl. Is a nonresident I I Monitor and Merrimac.1933Congress .
members of the legislature or other pie are anxiously awaiting news of t I' ,>f the State of Florida June 21, lR93.I .
Meoher .t the Asee/sled fees.The the bond election to be held in and clre rrside-a at Nrw York, N. orator of the --
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Associated Press la exclusively entitled to use I public officials who own newspapers to .I Y.. and that she Is over the age oftwentyono French Revolution, born. Died Rives president
republication of all news dispatch credited tIt Key West March 12. While everybody years; n(I is ordered -
1856 Ed.lie banks and
comedian dictatorial
or not otherwise credited In this paper and all such publications an opinion who familiar i with conditions that said nonresident defendant April 21791.1806Edwin. !I I Foy powers over
carry was
the local news published line.j1NATIONAL ht-! and she Is hrrrhy required |I If 1 i I born in New York. Died Feb. 16, money.
feel that the measure will go over to appear to the bill of
sought from Attorney General Cary D. by a big: majority yet it is the romplaint filed in said cause' on .,r Forrest" known as!! 1928.i .
EDITORIAL before Monda. the 1st day of April. I 1934-Four army mail flyers
Landis and follows practice of big investors to know f the- "earliest! > American-born actor
: A. D. 1! SS. otherwise allegationsof Subscribe! to The Citizen. killed.
before they act. In orler that all I said Mil will be taken as confessed of first rank." born in Philadel-1
1935 A state law, section 1979 of the the country may be appraised of I IT is by further laid ftrd..if'd defendant.that this order -(Iphis. Died there, Dec. 12,187'2. .. -

StnsCIUITIO! KATES compiled general la\\, prohibits the results of the election: they he! published once each week I -* I I I
.me Year __ .._ .StO.OOitlx will be broadcast from Pittsburgh I for four I".u..utive wfeks, in the: 1814-John Evans, physician, PiratesCove Fishing CampPirates Over-Sea Hotel
i.O' KeyVe )101'1thl
Three Months J.U members of the legislature or other Pa., as soon as the telegraph wires I in said County and .state i\railway builder and founder of :i Cove Florida
)n. Month .&. the information to This JSJth day of .I February.. 1! J3: universities, to whom Indiana Illinois -
'Weekly .%. state officials being interested, di- can convey (SHAD.: ) ROSS C. SUTIK.Clerk I 20 Miles From Key West on 917 FLEMING STREET'

ADVERTISING RATESMade rectly or indirectly in award of con- that city. liy FLORENCE t:. Circuit SAWYKIl.IVput; Court.. I I and, born Colorado near are Waynesville deeply indebted ,:I the Overseas Highway I ROOM. reaming water .. $1.00

known on application. > Oerk. 3. SWIMMING POOL ROOM with bath 1.50
I Died in Denver July
tracts for public printing. \\1I.I.1AM II MAI.ONK. IOhio. I I
One of the largest audiences Solicitor fur Complainanttmart. 1897. FINE CUISINE WEEKLY RATES
AU reading notices card. of thanks resolution ef
frj-pect. rMtuary notices etc. will be charged for a4 Another law, however, providesfor ever attending a show in Key West I First Class AccommodationsWrite Newly Renovated
tie rat. of :0 cents a line.Notices greeted the opening performance IN CIHri'lT ('OI'UT. "VT4TI1' OF 1824-Leland Stanford, Cali- t
or Telephone for New Equipment
for entertainments by cburch from which the county commissioners to select I I
Associated FI.OHllt4.\\'TUTII Jtll'l.tieittCl'1T -
of the Bert Melville :
4 revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. Reservations New Management
The CltlieD Is an open forum and Invites discus the lot where the .
the newspaper which publishes players at IV. ( II4NCKK1.DOP.OTIIV : .
11"1of public Issues and subjects of local or general held. All who J.SIHICI-: t Rates $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day I ANYWHERENO
14rest but It will not publish anonymous commual.ntl'nL Shrine Circus was I
the tax list, and a fixed charge for attended voted it an excellent) i vs.ERNEST. Complainant M American Plan CLEANER HOTEL
publication is set by law. performance.: }(. RICE Defendant Cassio Brannan I

TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN Because of this law, the Attor- It ORDER apiarinx| : OF by PUBLICATION the sworn l.ill 1 111111111'.lIII.i

Hasson and Flynn's great carnival filed In the abolltat.'au'I1t( !' that
ney General said "it appears that the Ernest: M. Itiee, the defendant therein MASTER TEACHER OF
shows will open tonight and is nonresident of the I
WILL always seek the truth and print it prohibition against members of the be in full swing at the Key West State named of }.Florida a and whose address 1 VIOLIN

without fear and without favor; never be legislature or other state officers Athletic Club grounds, oppositethe I i Milforil.the .age Delaware|of twenty-one and that years he inoveiji ;! Pupils Accepted Now : Better Light-Better Sight t i

afraid to attack'' wrong'oi'to'. applaud} right; being 'interested in printing contracts Key West, Electric; company' t It 'ji. therefore ordered that said
.... VI"aways car barns. This: show brings ,to nonresident defendant be and he Is SINGLY OR IN CLASSES
fight forrypi'ogrsa', .haver be the or- relates only tothat class of printing hereby required to appear to the -oInstalls ,
; Key Weft some of the best attractions -I till.(if complaint filed in said cause, 713 Simonton Street ,h', ..
gan or the mouthpiece of any person clique flet, upon bids! therefor and does! not carried by any road show on"or before Monday the\! 1st day o( . ..j.jI '.
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t April .1H. ISJj: the aliettytluns :
e faction' 3pi class-'alwaysMoIts'\itmost :- '' and the open-air acts which are |I of paid bill will he takenas ,, ..
<< for the apply'to the publication of tax sale ci.
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: ''i'rA f'\ , free are the best ever seen, ittis welfar :tolerate or" is : It. Is further ordered that this order 21 5 .. ,
public ... .. fjjeVer.! J" orruption 1 Jists ;Where a specific price fixed assured. ,lit published once each week. ,. C" f. I
injustice;; denpuncevice; and raise Tirtne'T lor.l such. printing, and the paper is for four consecutive weeks In Th MUNSON ISLANDFISHING :S' per month :
I Key West Citizen a newepaprpubliahe.l
commend good Aoe. by individ al or organ. selected under the statue by the coun- l in aid County and State r', 1 CAMP
Malcolm Meacham. of Palm This February Uth. 1931. M. Ellison .
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and ty commissioners." SAWVHH.Clerk Operated by R. complete with duplex
Beach and New York, was an arrival (SIAD; uoss! C.Circuit Court Belt Fishing on Coast I .a

opinions; print only news that will elevate The above finding of the attorney in Key West today. Mrs. W}(. II. MAi.ONE. Guides and Boats Available k? outlet and '60 watt bulb the S

and not contaminate the reader is of local interest since it states Meacham accompanied her hus- Solicitor fur *'om..laln."tt..bJ6 .- Food-Fishing
; never compromise general 3: mar-'-U. In!; Sea famous LAMP. SIT
band, and there were several eastern I Boating Bathing PIN-IT-UP
with principle.IMPROVEMENTS definitely that the tax list is not a pub- capitalists in the party. Mr BENJAMIN LOPEZ 1 Write for Reservation, Po

lication let upon bids but that the paper Merchant recently purchased a FUNERAL HOME Office Ramrod KerACte5ibJe CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE

for this purpose is selected under the large tract of land from the Key Established 49 Years : by Rail or Auto to
West Realty company and proposes -
FOR KEY WEST statute by the county commissioners and a to construct a large yacht Key W.*t'. Oldest Camp Boats Meet Guests Also----- '

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN fixed price for this service fixed by law. basin at the eastern end of the 24-Hoar Ambulance Embalmer ServiceLicensed Rates: 5.00 Per Day-

island. He also contemplates a American Plan .
PkoB 135 Night 8M-W
great many improvements on his
1. Water and Sewerage. land. 25 And

2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- monthInstalls
connection with the per
land. 200th anniversary A valuable piece of land on Du- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

: of the Maryland Gazette some val street opposite the Old Island
3. Free Port. City National Bank, sold complete the wonderful
early copies of that newspaper were ex was yesterday as at the close of basinets December 31, 1934, I
to S. J. Wilde Boston banker. W
4. Hotels and Apartments. hibited. Comptroller' Call
The property has a frontageof
5. Bathing Pavilion. The news and advertisements of early i 70 feet on Duval street run* RESOURCESLoans S
and Investments .... $ 305.631.43.Overdrafts !
6. Airports-Land and Sea. days were naturally quite different from i ling back to Telegraph alley. The __._................ 71.61 / See any of employees. regarding these, S

7. Consolidation of County and City what is found in current newspapers as i' Roberts property and-;was T.owned T. J. Frank Thisis !Banking House Fixtures, Furnitureand .._...... . 33082.33 S lamps, or see. them on display at our. display W

Governments. they reflected the customs and beliefs of' but another indication'' of the Bonds of States and Possessions ki

their time. big boom starting in the down of the Unit d room.

._ town district. States ...._...._._ 139370.68
---- One of the stories from Vienna told Other Bonds and Securities 74204.03

In prosperity our friends know us; in of the burning of several persons convictedof Stock of the Federal Reserve .

adversity we know our friends.A Editorial Comment: Bird songsof Bank ._.._.......? .6000.00 This Special Offer
witchcraft, them "a midwife who
among spring are now being heard, but Temporary Federal De-
had baptized 2,000 children in the name the baseball)) fan says that the posit Insurance fund 1,954.01
sound of the batted ball is sweeter United States Government ; LimiedtoApril1
of the devil. A local item related the
reformer is a person who wants I Obligations direct
experience of a negro slave \vTio struck a music. and fully guar-
,you to let his conscience be your guide. anteed ....._..._._...._ _$832,7 44.73
white man in an argument over a dog fight. of Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97 1,327.913.70LIABILITIES GET YOUR LAMP TODAY
One of the largest crowds
The negro was sentenced to have one of .
season is expected to pack the
The suggestion that the next war will his ears cut off "pursuant to the law in Ithe j I Athletic Club tonight when the 1888235.79 I '

be fought by wireless suits any number of such cases." Married Men's team of basketball Capital .....__.._.._.._......__._____.._.......$ 100000.00
men of fighting age. Among the advertisements players meets the aggregation representing Surplus and Undivided Profits ......_ 55,007.42Circulation J The Key West Electric Co.SENSATIONAL |
was one j jt
:!! the Y. M. C. A. of Ha ___._...___... 100,000.001C33,228.37 .
announcing the arrival of a cargo of "about vana. The Key Westers will enter Deposits! ..._........._...

200 choice slaves I the tonight determined to }
which will be exposedfor fray Ilt
Here is a Jonahian paradox. The avenge their last minute defeat at I 1888235.79 tllT".I" " " .." ,
sale on Thursday the 22nd of this
general use of shorts makes short-minded the hands of the Cuban champions -- -- ..------ ---- ------
people broad-minded. lat Monday night. i
In its issue of October 21, 1762, the

Maryland\ Gazette published the news of News has been received here of

Every man we know anything aboutcan the birth of a son to the British king and the death of Ben Fountain at

tell you how som.eb6cfy( elde'' has 'art 'qDe m'; ''which had occurred on August 12. Homestead Fla.. who was' ,,killed,. t PKICE
instantly while working on electric l '
easier job than his gtynr; fJ ; The story) borq the headlines: 'Great' Joy wires. Mrs. Fountain was fornietV; :<8 : .:,

T .ITK J'"(. "taitbei: 'Nation'A! Prince of Wales is Born. Miss Mary Watson of this 'city.:

? .' I ..J i G6d Save the King/''This the'dissolute Her sister, Mrs. J. Almyda and
was ''
Glassbake Wai ;
Our idea of news pictures is and l notorious character who afterward Miss Ruth Watson will l'ave'tfl'iS'.. On Cooking : : e, .
one showing somebody turning the filet I afternoon for Homestead.. t.6' r
became George IV.
spadeful of earth for something.

The Maryland Gazette was frequently} Deputy United States Marshal

suspended for varying periods, but is Andre Lopez served a warrant on

French cabinet officers have a consistent credited by the Librarian of Congress with the captain of the Tug Warbler
this afternoon charging the cap-
batting average being put into of- being "the dean of present-day American tain with dumping refuse oil into

fice as many times as they are thrown out. newspapers." the waters of the harbor. The case
will be heard before the United
States Commissioner this after- rf
I think -
that I shall never see a bill- noon.Today's.

board lovely as a tree. Perhaps unless the The ........................1
business of an intelligent news- '
billboards fall I'll never see a tree at all.
Anon. paper is to keep its readers advised as to Horoscope

what is going on. This The Citizen at- s.

I tempts to do within the limitations naturally ToJay gives something of the I

In England there has just been concluded afflict a publication of its class. changeable; nature of yesterday- j

, a 1 poll for the most unpopular per. The business of an editorial if we but with strong' indications of adventure !
little l obstinacy.
a ;
son in Europe. George Bernard Shaw understand it, is to point 'out significant. There'is great Iov of' sports! 'of

wins the first prize; Hitler is next in line; relations which might be missed by one the ruder kind. Y should guard

Amy Mollison third Ilamsay: MacDonald against accidents and keep the
; who scans the daily and, weekly news reports -
I passions well under control. I. I
fourth and Greta Garbo fifth. There is as they flash before the eye duringa

little antipathy in the United States: toward busy day.

Amy Mollison and Ramsay MacDonald With that in mind we hasten to advise CASA MA'RIHA'i'

but George Bernard Shaw Hitler and our readers that the nations of the Key West's Hotel De Lux I
Greta Garbo would be pre-eminent in an world are arming themselves feverishly for American
ROMB each
200 Delightful *
unpopularity contest in this countrY.-Key war. In 1913, the year before the World with Private Bath, II .1

West Citizen. So O. O. McIntyre no longer War broke out, the combined military ex- Evening Dinner -- $2.00 I e South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co:

}heads the Key West list . You're just penses of the leading powers was 2,900-,- Luncheon __ 1.50 I

ore at Greta because she ignored you 000,000. In 1933 the figures are $3- Afternoon or T.a_1*_Cart -50 !' .. Phone,598 WMtraad Eliza Streeb .

aren't you? She's that way with most 598000000. For the United States the I Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with "Your home is: worthy of the best"

people, though.-P. E. B. in Tampa Tri comparison is $244,000,000 for 1913 Casino ;

bune. McIntyre came to Florida anddidn't against $533,000,000,000 for 1933. For ;I Masseur in Attendance I : : ..., .
visit Key West so all is forgiven 1 -
Japan, $104,000,000 against $40 ,OOOOOQ.



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other." "Salvation is for all."

I RAPtD.fl IOMANCt RY LVA* VAJt J I Spiritual. "Down by the River-
-, Sid."
SrxoPSlS: Uateo itr<4om. i ijxM Of course they could )
ow<.o rciitkre ota.Ifoatoaa Dot.raU' by LEY MEMORIAL M. E. FLEMING STREET METHODISTII
Aid. Ace brfj rcjrfurrrf by Generaltnnta be are.'TlpY.faded Into the dark. CHURCH, SOUTHCor. NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
E: eowrnor of Diraya;wkUcnfffrtpfinjF ness at' the right-and the mare
fa rrtfore fa tIIo church -
tkf rtnrraU rrouw 01 Our Lady. stalked with them bending her ; Georgia and Division St!!. Cor. Fleming and William Street'!
Kitreda it *rntling: llnteo to u.. knees fanning out' her nostrils as (Colored) ,
Rev W.
Vc3ry of the Deaa. from wkIcJi Martin Pastor Shuler Peele Pastor
thtro ifno eocaff. Montana and she snuffed at tbe air out of whIch Church school A. T. McCaskill Pastor
at 9:45
rattMol art Moving, not daring she had read her message. -- ---- - ---- a. m., Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. )(. A. )Moreno Recording Steward
tt hofo- they ca* ktlt. They reach with Ed. R. Curry superintendent William N. Knowles superintendent
t,. tin 1>t the korrillallty. For all the keenness of the of Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary
Chapter 32 Montana. .Jt was the friar who saw LOPEZ PLAYERS I DOINGS AROUND$ GOLF LINKS << Morning worship at 11 o'clock. in charge Classes for all Sunday school 9:30 a. in.

the outline first He touched the ages.Morning Sunday service 11 a. m.
Sermon "The the
subject: Light
worship at 11 o'clock.
STRANGE CAPTIVE: shoulder of his friend. I I II Evening worship, 7 o'clock.
SHUT OUT BUSYBEElJST'NIGHT World. Sermon subject: "The Keynote of
:*LREADY.. at the top of the pla- There!"be whispered,and raised I I (By GRAVY)- Junior Epworth League meetsat Creation."

,'pauatng.* teao Urn where the travelers hotter were the great beam of his arm. \ I Perhaps some of the perusersof is' a' good putter, nothing extra- 4:00 p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archerin Intermediate Epworth League SAINT PETER'S CHURCH
can was than
even Montana had felt And then Montana was able to see this column would like to know !I ordinary but of course better than charge. meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda-
it before.It
ever on. dim. on* single silhouette t a few personal things about the Intermediate Epworth League I line Watkins
aided hU shoulders through the some average player. To be among i superintendent. Colored
"It's only a single scout t" murmured f of the local I meets at 5:00 m. Mrs. S. J. ( )
thick of his shirt: it gathered like a Montana. golf stars. This subject >>- the first' flight players you .must I| p. Young People's Departmentmeets Center Street Between Petamiaand
,weight-between the crown of the bat here, and I1laee the horse LUNN ALLOWED BUT TWO can be a dangerous one in,always sink anything up to 15 feet |I Pierce in charge. at 6:30 p. m. Miss Mary Olivia
if I
and hi. head. can get him; that the author is liable to mayhem' from any angle. All in all, Joe is I.I S Young People's Department Felton president
he can tell us where the others HITS AND GATES SIX CONTEST Sunday Services
may meets 6:30 Miss Norma
; at
lie could feel the air ho be-" which said accident! being caused an excellent player, the best in( p. m. Evening worship service at 7:30 Mass 8 a. m.

and thick until it was deep in He'turned himself Into a big cat PROVED TO BE EXCELLENT by the person being described.But .; Key West but on a course like the Yates president. o'clock. Sermon subject :"Jonahsof Solemn Evensong and Benediction -
,his usually most that is said i b Biltmore in Miami 200 he Evening worship at 7:30 Today."
lungs. And the sweat ran out and slunk forward over the ground I among of the Most Blessed Sana-
o'clock. Subject of the sermon
on hla body and dried away. moving In'a swift'semicircle, drawing EXHIBITIONBy true. So here goes: I would rank among the top playersbut : Mid-week prayer service Wednesday ment, 7 p. m.
"The Ten
., to salt! He could see the beads up on that single rider. lie was I probably would not be the Virgins. evening at 7:30'c1oek.. Church school 8 a. tn.

'of water start to run down the face so close now that even If h<> were "Curly-locks" Josie Lopez "=hO'I''' leader. This is all due to unstead.r Prayer and praise service each Senior choir will practice imme. Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.

cf Brother Pascual and disappear. seen be would .be able to shoot ( JOVE) was known at school as I I iness while under stress especially ]-( Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. diately after the mid-week service Week-Day Services

I What would It be like. then In the straight Now he ,was close enoughto Lopez and Ah Ah Lunn whitewashed : Lopez,-was born on this very Uland i if on the defensive. Within a Young people's choir practice Mrs. P. E. Roberts, directoress.: Mass on Tuesday and Thursday

.valley at the bottom of the slope! make the distance with one step the Busy Bee Bakers in tc a lady aul gentleman whe were I couple of years, he will reach his each Thursday at 6:30 p. m. I Intermediate choir will prac at 7
a. m.
The valley began in a jumble of and leap and take the man captive. the diamondball game last nightat also named lope:. This is a very best form and ability. Church choir practice each Fri-j; tice Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -

thIgh rocks and ran out again living. Bayview Park and at the end strange occurrence and is worthyof I' :day at 7:30 p. m. Mayfield Knowles, Pianist; Miss at 7:30 m.

'through a deeply carved badlands. Beware of quick knife-work how of the game each Baker player note. However the said Joie!'! 1 Susan LaKIn, Directoress.! Confessions p.: Alter the Wednes..

"Why would Cod put such a placeon ever. when he was in close. This carried home a doughnut It was grew up to be a big: big man. So J And now a note to "El] Caze- FIRST] PRESBYTERIAN day evening service.:

earth?"" he could not help exclaiming figure in the thick black of the night not a Busy Bee doughnut, eitherit I big:; that he is tonna:; get married I tero Jefe Grande." It seems that CHURCHJ. PENTECOSTAL MISSION

and the poor friar merely.: seemed small almost fragile, but an was baked by the Funeral shortly and this time next month neither he nor the writer know

looked up, with both hands held in ounce of Indian Is- often worth a Home. his wife will have taken him down exactly what law and order stand C. Gekeler, Pastor 909 Olivia Street BLIND MAN LICENSED

questionto, Heaven. 3 iJ .j,; pound hand of- other band flesh fighting when it, comesto It wa a:,real, game ,from start I a couple of notches. Anyway Joe,i for these days.On examination it Corner of White and Washington I Wm. Skondeen-'Pastor

Asstand feabee6u3di'der. ,to A*> Li'- 'v- to finish. Lunn allowed but two for by the time he was two months Sold is found that by the law part of Streets Sunday morning worship, 11 LONDON. Captain Gerald

1_. why even the most desperate hits and tate!,six.'Only one Busy that is what he was called by j the quotation it,is that which you Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. o'clock.. | ." Lowry,of this city, blinded in the

jmen would not be able to escape QUARTERING from the rear, be Bee player: ,reached third base: and II his cronies laid decided that when 1 believe! should be passed' and enforced -- C. Elgin, superintendent.5 Sunday ,school f for all, 3:30 p. war, has ]learned osteopathy and

from the valley. The reason was that silhouettethen nly} two, 'got as'' faV'a'first. and if a golf course was constructed ] against the other fellow,, The Adult Bible Class i is tanghtby m.- received a license to 1> actlce.I .

t that the mounted Indlan.d 4 t L 'a step' and a"leap brought him on Stock Island that he would the law affecting you adversely the pastor and is studying I'{] Sunday night evangelistic service I- __ '_ -'--'---

tie verges of the pit of hell! ;ah W Tight on the back o( the UttW mustang -. with the first the Funeral
side the pit there were other trained Crashing( strength of game with boys Morning worship at II o'clock,j Tuesd. '
his the course. That eventually' you can't get someone to use a lit ;7:15 p. m., prayer and H
arms cast boiflv a'
bloodhounds and flndllV ba .aroun4the -of was sensational. McCarthy and "The Father's Love1' and*L J' I CLASSIFIED
inris- I' Topic: ,
but hero had' tIe ) praise service.
.wom kn.> 't \) came to pass our a "pull"] in nullifying same. By
; Baker aT: played well. For the t
oners were ahdlgbt o I
kept chalneiTday The m'ustang' reared: ready to Bakers: Joe Hale 'I long, hard job ahead but he stuckat order is meant that preservationof i the Obligations of Sonship. 'Fridey,17:15 p.! I m.,' fellowshipmeeting
played a great
"Once pitch and Montana sld off with a did I it through thick and thin and peace, life, limb and happiness I I Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. COLUMN v .
inside we'll Castro and Manolo
never come out game, so The will be the sub. "
'again. said twisting, gasping, fighting figure In Acevedo. where is he :odiy? I be your but when a great bigpoliceman sermon on Saturday 2.30..m., boys' and
"Never his grasp, and the big friar comingup I I pardon. I didn't eet what the comes along and arrests you for ject of "Hell." This will be followed ]-: girls' church. .I...............C..SSSC.
agalosaId the friar."And 1
there is at the run to help. The only error of the game was tIe fellow in back row said. \ waving a beer bottle, threatening,i by a sermon on "Heaven"the
you > la-I
ward but for a man like me. who "Be still!" said Montana. through made by Armando Acevedo. I I it seems that Joe has a very ; to crack somebody over the head : following Sunday. JAINT PAUL'S CHURCH

has renounced the world-" his teeth. "I'll do you no harmif Last night's game was for tho drive averaging about 215 if they don't allow you to sing: The mid-week Bible study houron the advertisements in The

"Renounced my foot!" said the -" benefit of the players, and with They are not always straight,J just one more stanza of Sweet;1 1Adoline. Wednesday, beginning at 7:30 Corner Duval and Eaton Streets Citizen. You will find it a

'''Kid. "Where's the fellow who gets: Montana! said the voice of four or five hundred fans present usually with a little hook. When j then the order of things i p. m., will be in charge of the Sunday Services: profitable diversion. tf

more fun out of the world or loves Rosita. there was but $5.54 collected.It they fail to break for him l.e is 1 I is all wrong and I can prove it to: Rev. Frederick Volbeda, pastor of Mass 7, 9:30 and 11 a. m.

the people of it more than you do?" His arms fell away from her. He is hoped that the fans will contribute usually like one of the black |j you by the Sopreme Court who i the Presbyterian church at Home. Evensong and Benediction of ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED

"Well"muttered Brother Pascnal.' was so stunned that the darkness more liberally to these crows. .he is in an awful fix.: '. says what congress did about the I stead. the Most Blessed Sacrament. 8 p. by' authorized radiotrician.
"I have moved before his eyes and the little games in the future. During the Lenten period the
to I
forward !
go However, Joe usually makes a ; gold clause was all wrong but m. Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela -

And the Kid responded"- slghln: dim stars In the zenith whirled The game, play by play: good recovery and lands somewhere i what are you gonna do about it, thought of God's mercy will be Church school, 9:30: .. m. street. Phone 866-J.
above his head. lie could
"So must U-! First Inning short of the green or to one hey? A contract is a contract I stressed at all services. Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. feb23-lmox
But he had a terrible sinking of bear the friar exclaiming over her. side. Next his most dependable and if don't believe it then Services will be held each eve- .
lie went in with the two of them BUSY BEE-Hale popped out S comes -I you weeic tiay :aervicw: ..
the heart that told him only shame towards the camp but still he would to second. Castro hit one over shot and the one he uses don't sign one. .plenty guys are ning during,: the week preceding: Mass every day at 7 a. m. and BICYCLESWE

was the friar driving had him now, and that If not let his brain understand. for second and Esmond went back: to most A short chip to the pin with I Ia II in the "jug" who signed and read Easter. also on Wednesday at 9'a. m.
not been
his com1 make niblick and then for his He I afterward! Morning and evening
something Inside him kept saying a sensational catch. A. Ace- putt. prayer
1 he RENT
pan jr. would have turned back by the Hour Day or
and taken the lean red mare back that it could not be. No woman who cevdo singled to left M. Acevedoout --- I CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH daily at 6:45 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Week. Repair all makes andpaint

across the horrible had seen the Valley of the Dead short field to first. I. Confessions: Saturdays'at 4:30( them with Nu-Enamel. We
steppes towardsthe
world of the living. coald willingly come closer than the No runs, one hit, no errors. I GOOD PLAY AT LOU GEHRIG NOW 527 William Street. p. m. carry a full supply of parts.
They. went down towards the first glance into the depths of It. LOPEZ-Machin flied out to E. Richard Evans j Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
And yet this she this Sunday school 9:45 a. m. MIXED BIBLE CLASS
lower entrance to the valley until was was her short. Baker flied out to third sell them as low as $1.00

from a high place they. could see the voice. and Ubieta out, third to first. :! TENT THEATER : ENJOYS ANGLING Morning worship at 11 o'clock.] week.. J. L. Stowers Music
; per
road that wandered Now she was sitting crossleggedby No hits Sermon subject: "The Privileges: Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Montidno.
away into the runs, no no errors.Secon4 an181ino'FEMALE
world. the fire, and the friar was giving! of Worship." .Teachers Company.
Up that road. the rumor said. I .
the caravans of the damned were her food and she was eating, and 1 Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m., This class meets every Sunday
lifting her eyes to the pain-struck BUSY iJEE-Acosta out, thirdto The Heffner-Vinson players'presentation HELP WANTED
brought until they came to the lower Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock.In morning at the Harris School: auditorium -
i face of Brother Pascual. fir t. H. Gates flied out to of "Meet The Bride" I
foot of the Valley of the Dead. addition to the regular anthemby at 10 o'clock. Men and

And here guards came out from She looked thinner and older a ter. Bethel fanu'd. r'n'I'I last night was one of the funniest BASEBALL'S HIGHEST SAL the choir. Mrs. Janice Maloney I women not connected with any] EARN UP TO $25. Dozen embroidering -.

tho valley, the trusted agents ol littleher eyes were larger than No runs, no hits, no errt) and most enjoyable bills yet to be Lewis will sing. Dr. II. O. Den other Bible] Class and regardless ,; scarfs, home everything -.

Jutn-SIlva. to pay down the bead they had been. She was ar/let. All LOPEZ-Ingraham fouled out I ARIED PLAYER RETURNSTO ny. Congregational minister of of denomniations are invited, to ,furnUhed. Write Art Em-
tbe bubble and the flash had i put on by this popular stock com
money and take charge of the gone to catcher. Sterling singled off the Miami. will deliver the sermon. attend. broidery, 924 Bergen Jersey
chained criminals, and march them from her She looked like some prod pitcher's glove. Albury singled to pany. The same play will be pre- LONG Wednesday evening at 7:30 City. N. J. ii9.1te

back into the valley. uct of the desert-brown and slen'del' center, Sterling going to third. sented again tonightCommencing TO MAKE RECORD CATCHES i o'clock, midweek service. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS .
as deer with of
a a sense lightness
Higgs threw to third and the hall : Monday March .
as though she could be -
:: Brother Pascual made his away got from Castro. It went into I WANTED
THERE from this place in a flash. 11, the Heffner-Vinson playerswill CHURCH OF COD 1017 Fleming StreetR.

evening prayer while big Mon. Pascual was still pouring forth his the crowd and Castro picked it I !) move into the Palace Theater : (Special to Tke Cltliea) T. Sawyer, Teacher -
tana looked through a powerful and threw the WANTED A chance to bid on
Sterling cut at -
SI11' gentle words, telling her of the danger up LONG KEY Fla.! March 9.- 1106 Olivia Street Bible study, Friday, 7:30p. m. :
glass and three horsemen rid where the management of that The
I here and that she must start plate, Albury going to second on I I' Lou Gehrijj baseball's highest-eal-] Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sabbath service, 10:30 .. m. your next printing
ing around the lip of the Valley of the theater will present a double : augl
play. Kerr hit to short and pro- : Artman Press.
back at once towards a Christian aried player and BabeRuth's 1
successor to 3:30
Sunday school m.
the Dead, and well I p.
them another land. Albury was held at third. Kerr gram, a showing of pictures and -
has arrived
trio and behind these another slugging crown Sunday night service, 7:15 CATHOLIC CHURCH
the Heffner-Vinson show combined
"lIerehe said, "you are alreadyon safe at first. Kerr stole se ond. at the noted Long Key Fishing o'clock. : FOR SALE
net of three. The
sun gleamed ontheir the lip of the Valley of the Dead!" McCarthy hit to short an.I Ace with no advance in prices. I
Camp here with Mrs.- forseveral Wednes-
Gehrig service
fltth. Evangelistic ,
They were half-naked In St. Mary's Star of the Sea
do talk to vedo fumbled the ball The management of the Palace, I
"Why Brother Albury
you me. 600
dians. Tire sun burned In bits ol I I days' fishing for sailfish, .day. 7:15 p. m. Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., TYPEWRITINU PAPER --
she asked him. suddenly. "1 am here scoring and Kerr to thirdon it is stated, is putting on this big
flame going amberjack and sheets 75c. ,The Artman Press.
on their lance-heads. lIe could other salt-water Prayer and praise service, Friday in charge ,
on the lip of the cup-and you two the play. McCarthy tried to double attraction in appreciationof I !
see tho little rounds of their shields. fighters.The I 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- Order of services for this ug7
"What's will soon be Inside it!" steal second and catcher threw the the patronage the Key West :
be done? asked Mon-
Then said Montana angrily"What people have given this theater in home run star may use ing. church:
ball to Hale who delivered it back
tana. "Brought in the Indians and ,
could you do, Rositar"J.couid the pastAll I some of the very light specially-! Sunday morning Masses wilt be BLANK SALES BOOKS.
fast catch Kerr
kept, them wild too ; be here" she answered.n to the plate to built rods with which his friend Latin Mission 'said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. lOc each or 3 for 25e at The
> : are urged to take advantageof
A- said ( ASCU 1.OE1eltoJJle, n f. being here-what cftrfyou do 'trying; t\, core. merchants tickets tonight at the ,;N,. Jeraw') Chicago has been tak. Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Week-daF Mass; It,7'IO'clock.ll; : ) ; t ,,Artmtn;: Press,bPfcone) ftj Cit!.

to bows. run and aadie the, ,arrows.gtuck Mid atuuUof.trs who *= h !n'1". -. .11:- 'Id"-,.-_. .P"'';l" ,; Ope run.JlT&tril tyro hjjs liinhr4"? one error.Uv I tent ,"show as this is the last night. png(fai f1sh. Last year at this fishing Thursdays, 'Lazo conducted- by ,Rev.' ,Evenng, | .service;a l:39". o'clock. )J !"a"od : De\\lfJ\ ,

\ "'1nsidehelte l cap{ keep thf/horses .t.h: ,. '% v"BC' - -, 'will be the ;: camp Gehrig took both sailfishsnd'a'mberjackon Charles E. ; Sundays ant1rridas!
rows a porcuphwTmm'\ ci ulfra. they .,good, manage-I Sunday'choot. 9:30'a. '' -r! !( i i I' . \ '
CARDS lutf
**1 muttered Montana.For said the girl. BEY'-Ittgsnd Brady ment states. light tackle. PERSONAL printed1cards

see his mind was strugglinf2r. "They'd wander and starve., They'd. .. flied out to center. Gates.,hit one I. |I. .An ardent angler] .he is an' nditWast ' -:--- VI 1 A : 'SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST .fl.25.The Artnuui

ward striving envisage the/na I Iyfy a before you 60tout( and to .righceztterfoja; tuple. Hale i secWdw Ubieta forced Machin at on both light tackle and THE SALVATION \RMY. CHURCH Press ,: a1ll1'
I .
ture of this man who ruled the,Valley whether you "bring Aobrls or only** out, thfSjOlirstX' **t1.*, :second, second to short f' the' liberation of fish. I '. .. --:....;.." I r>> -.I i I', -' ',4' t a ,

of the O
At 1llftIlHb. crcatoro-wav a-king have to have horseflesh to carry you LOPEZ-::;Sweeting out, pitcher I I ,' week in which favorable fishing& in Charge Southard Street Between Thomas .
:1w"a1 Seventh
from the Inniof
even though he was s.' king of the Indians of Juan to first A. Lunn out, short to I { weather and the presence of many 1002 Fleming Street and Emma Streets COLONIAL HOTEL
Sllva. I
damned. first. Machin singled to second. BUSY BEE-Castro out short anglers contributed to the settingof Company meeting (Sunday William Perkins Pastor

The night fell suddenly. They that There Montana was so much sense In this Baker singled to third, Machin going -J to fiNe A. Acecvedo flied out to several new records for the ichool), 9:30 a. m. G. Williams Missionary Leader In' the Center of the Business

made a fire no bigger than the cup of Brother Pascual could could do only no stare.more to third. Baker tried to steal I I pitcher. M. Acevedo flied out to season Holiness meeting 11 a. m. Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 and Theater District

doubled hands would hold and over than stare, also, and at this the girl and catcher threw to second who I second. I Y. P. L. meeting 6:15p.. m. o'clock.
it they prepared: their meal. They threw catcher to l\o'tuns, no hits, no errors. I Salvation 7:45 '
sat up and smiled at him. Suddenly right back to I meeting, : a. m. Church services 11 o'dockIn First Class-Fireproof-

were in the midst.of this when the Montana was aware that he never put Machin out at the plate. I LOPEZ-Ingraham out, third to DOUBLEHEADER the morning.Y. SearfbU Rates

mare ran suddenly In towards them had seen her before so long unsmil. No runs, two hits, no errors. first. lbnry flied out to left. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30 I
and shouldered against her master Sterling flied out to third.
Fourth Inning HERE.TOMORROW o'clock p. m. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN

She stood with cer read thrown Ing.She sang to them In a voice not No rpns, no hits no errors. 327 Elizabeth Street Prayer meeting- every Wednesday I
up high. pointing like a hunting-dog BUSY BEE-Castro out. fly to ,
much bigger than a whisper. Eighth Inning Sunday school!, 9:30 a. m. night at ,:30 p. m. Garac Elevator
at some danger that etalkcd: them first. A. Acevedo hits a long fly :(-
It was an Indian song. There was wonderful BUSY BEE-Acosta fanned.I TROPICALS TO MEET STARS Sunday morning' service at 11 Pop Iar Prk.sPANOPT1KS'
through the night to left and Kerr makes a -

I "They're ('omlngsaid! Montana. Indian in the girl. too. catch. M. Acevedo flied out to II.1, Gates. flied'out to second, Es-t IN, FIRST CAME; TO'PLAY o'clock.: BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH

"The damned Indians it must be." (Copyright. IM|. Harder Jt Brothrrt second. ( mond"making another wonderful Wednesday evening service at 1 1I

"Ay." said the friar calmly, "it No runs, no hits, no rrors. I catch. Bethel flied out to short.i SLUGGERS IN SECOND 8 o'clock. (Colored)
must Monday, the) caravan .f the i No Reading room in Society build Corner Division and
be they. damned arrive LOPEZ-Ubieta out, third toj! runs, no hits no errors. Thomas Sts

first Ingraham out, short to first.! j i LOPEZ-Kerr fanned..:McCar.i: At the.Navy; : Field] tomorrow ing' open' Tuesdays and Fridays H. R.. HilL pastor

----- thy out, third to .first' c.. Lunn' afternoon Tropicals will fern 3 to 5 o'cIoek.METhODIST : .)
Sterling flied out to- hort. the pay Sunday school), 9:30 a. a.,

.......... ........... ........................ No runs, no hits. no error. batting for'Sweeting and flied- out a .doublehe er. ,They will tackle EPISCOPAL, Preaching 11' a. m.

Today's Birthdays 1 Notice To Fifth"Inning to first *;* . the Acevedo',.Star' in the first CHURCH, SOUTH<< Junior A. C.: E. League meetsat

Subscribers I II No runs no hits, noirrbrJL; | game and the}$SIuggers in the sec I 5:3,9 p.. m.,

C C 0.S C........ ._... S S C. I i iI BUSY BEEAcistitot1tthirdto 'I.j : Ninth I *l.r"f-::;'. : .. "EL SALVADOR" Senior A. C. E. League meetsat
I first II. Gat&t-:':f1ied Out. to ond.The -
BUSY ,BEE-Higg* giexj_out to first game will start promptly GrinneU and 6:15
Virginia p. m.
Sol BlOom. TIMM Corner
the b I.
representing prompt
short. Bethel
,, followed .suit The PANOPTIKS SEGMENThas
I ,
19th N. Y.' District in Congress, the carrier wee deliver renter. Roberts\) ; battinir f..8radT.1 I I 1 at :3troctoclr-and: they bat Streets Evening service, 8 jj. m- '
your No
runs, no bitneeDr.LOPEZAbns4v4.'' been designed from a studyof
\vent-ont'short; field f 't'lI'5tG. t j jteries will b4) (;a siTand M. Acevedo Services
born at' Pt>khl. 111., 65 years ago. : .pir< H. PTST15. Citizen to (Services in Spanish) Weekly '

IS cent a week lor t1.. paper I I right Kerr flied out to center.* McCarthy out, third to first. I I I for the Stars and D. Navao"and; Sunday school, 10 a. nu 'l'uesday, 7:30 p. m., Class. Large eye useful movements reading to image permit at a

Matthew iS:. Hanna of Ohio MSni and sells it to TOM for 20 No run, no hits, no errors. I Joe Navarro' for the Tropicals. Preaching. 8 p. m. Friday, 7:30 p. m, choir rehearsaL -
flied out to left. Sweetingout time to leave maximum -
i I
short field to first.
field. The difference
62 years ago. t I. S cent weekly on each I I No Bees 000 000 000--0 2' 1 ;;; Joe Navarro. for the Beer 8 p. m.Bible. distance

i .becriber. If h. ia not paid runs, one hit no errors. Lopez .... 010 000 OOz-1 6 0))I boys and Bethel and Ingraham for i study and prayer service- TRINITY PKESBYTERIAN in size and shape between .

Dr. John C. I Sixth Inning Batteries: A. Lunn and the Sluggers will do the battery 8 the PANOPTIK segment
Futrall presidentof !' HE lote. Not Tbe Citizen.C I Wednesday, p. m. CHURCH
the Univ. of Arkansas born at BUSY BEE-Higgs flied out to bam; C. Gates and M. I work.. and the round segment of older
CCC CC CC CC C C CCC C C C S 5 5 CC I Ingn-j Bifoeales represents the
pitcher. walked. \V. Gates Summary Three base type
Jackson Tenn., C2 years ago. I Brady : "LA' TRINIUAD"Revs. (Colored)
impressario, born in Russia 55 I flied out to right Hale forced Gates; stolen base: Kerr; CLAIMS RECORD' L. Oser and Montero. 717 Simonton Street savings for useful vision in the

Major. A. Hamilton Gibbs of years ago. Brady at second' short to second. out: by Lunn 2, by Gates 1; bases Pastors Rev. Alfred DeBarriU,', Pastor .Panoptik. .

Mass.! novelist born in England No runs. no hits no errors. on balls: off Lunn 1; left on bases: COLUMBUS1 Ga.-Rev.,J. W. Days and Angela Streets ; Divine service, 11 .., m. R J. A. VALDES:

47 years ago. Lord Dawson of Penn.. physician LOPEZ-A. Lunn flied out to Lopez 4. Busy Bee 2: wild pitch Howard:of this. city aced 85, Sunday school,.,3 p. m. ; Church school 8:30 p. m. rtbpa S.ft.LlU' 1Jcnaee -

to the British King, born 11 second. Machin singled off the es: Gates 1; time of game: l:00j;I claims] the record for having married I Service: in Spanish,, Friday,:_at i Evening service; 1:39-p.; m. 532 D.raT Streeta

Max Rabinoff\ of. New- York5.'years ago. 'pitcher's box. Baker flied out to umpires:' Kulas and Gonzalez 2,016'couples.. 7:30 p. m- Subject: "Every'nation I toehos-



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SOCIETY Ky.-E. A. Duke
:-: : -: *..............s......... IN LAST NIGHTVESSEL coal miner of this city was left a MARCH 9-16

M. E.. MacDonnell and J. War fortune of $500,000 but will stayon
Temperature moderate easterly winds over the FANCY DELICIOUS and
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress ing were arrivals yesterday for a Highest _. 81 I south portion. WINESAP APPLES

'PHONE 752-J short stay in Key West. Lowest ._.._.._ 70 ARRIVES AT PORTER Gray former member.of

................................................. Mrs. George Peacon came in Mean ........... .76 WEATHER CONDITIONS DOCK TO TAKE ON the British parliament, became a SOMERSET I. R.
Normal Mean '_'_ __72 I tramp for three months before ORANGESSold
yesterday from Miami for the Pressure is high throughout the FUEL
Fern Chapter Delightfully week-end with relatives and Rainfall"Yesterday's OIL writing a book on sociology.PALACE. By-
I country from the Mississippi Val-
friends. Precipitation .0 Ins.
Entertains Lodge Official'.' Normal Precipitation .04 Ins. ley eastward, Washington, D. C., ALLAN B. CLEARE

-- 1 J. A. Duane;)'of Long-;Key, was -ThU rrrvrd M ....IL.rotrra Skis:i-b....or.IC.r prrl. 4CBUiBRat .10.72 inches, and low over the 8 o'clock Wrecking last Tug Warbler arrived. 511 Front Street

The Fern Chapter Order Eastern the hall at Simonton and Eaton. an arrival yesterday .for a brief Tomorrow's Almanac ,Rocky t Mountain and Plains states, night from operations JESSIE MATTHEWS in

Star, delightfully entertairedlast I streets, which had been especiallyand visit with Mr._Duane and the 'I ",ith'a' disturbance central this on the salvaged Steamer Havana EVERGREENComedy
Sun rises ...__1.6.41: a. m-
children Patricia and Jacqueline. 'I' I which is lying at anchor in
night its distinguished visitor beautifully decorated for the Sun sets ..__............:_.iJ 6:33.: p. tfi., morning over North Dakota Wil- and Short Reel

,Mrs. Nancye Rickard, Worthy occasion! and during which there Mrs. Russell and Moon\ rises ................1028 a. liston 29.52 inches. Rains have the Southwest Channel. It is expected Matinee: 10-lSc; Night:
Grand Matron of Florida, together was a special program honoringthe daughter, who 'J' the tug; will take on fueland 1 1S.2ScJ
Moon sets .............._
; continued in Gulf coast districts "
Grand Matron and were spending two days Cap- return
with the several personages accom- Worthy supplies and today. The
panying her on her arrival yester other guests of the evening. tain Russell at Mate umbe. re- First Quarter, 11th .... 7:30 p.m.:'I from Texas to northwestern Flor- Tug Relief, which is standing by HOLTSBERG'SReceived

Today Mrs. Rickard and the turned yesterday. Tomorrow. Tide ida, being heavy in southern the steamer, is also expected in. I

day.A banquet was held early in members of her party are being AJ\lt. P.M.\ i Louisiana. New Orleans I As far as can be learned at this

the evening in the dining-room of I j' taken on a tour of Key West and Mrs. Albury wife of Major High .................. 1:42" 1:12 i I reporting time it is not expected that the D. ARONOVITZ I the new Mallin-

the Colonial Hotel here, and this I'J environs by Mrs. G. N. Goshorn, William V. Albury and son, William Low ._.................. 6:25 8:43: a 24-hour rainfall of 4.30 inches. I Havana will be brought into the I son's Silks, Printed Chiffons
Rain has also occurred in southern i Printed Crepe Plain Chiffons,
was attended by members of the I president of Fern Chapter here who were visiting at the Barometer a't 8 a. m. today: I harbor but all necessary work will and Flowered
I California and on the coast of EXCLUSIVE GeorgetteCome
local chapter Mrs. Hickard and accompanied by :Mrs. Charles Florida National Guard camp at Sea level 30.12. be done on the chip where she now I ii i and see them. Largest stockof
(I I Oregon and there: has been snow
guests. I Lowe and other flans for the entertainment Matecumbe, returned yesterday.Miss I in portions of the northern Rock is and when ready will be towed DEPARTMENT STORE i Silks and Cotton Piece Good

Following) the banquet a meet- of these distinguished Lowest Highest to New York to go on drydock. I I in Key West.
I ies. Plateau region and middle At-
ing took place at 7:30 o'clock in, visitors are in progress. Doris Welsh librarian at StationLast Night Yesterday Work of unloading the ship is 618 DUVAL STREET MONDAY SALE
lantic states. Temperatures have
I i I
------ --.. . the Key West High School, left Abilene ............48 60 fallen throughout most of the At- being carried on and an extra The new Tripple Sheer Sum.

yesterday for a short visit with Atlanta ............ 38 58 lantic states, in southern crew of a dozen men were employed mer Silks are in. Come and

New Night Club I Tennis Tea SundayAt her parents at Miami.A. Boston .............. 16 30 I
To Casa Marina Buffalo ............ 10 22 Plains States. the Porter Dock Tug Petrel. Some Footwear for EN- yd. .. ... .. ".. $1.35
Open TonightA W. Shatto who was in Key Charleston _...... 44 66 Mississippi Valley of the cargo, consisting of caustic TIRE FAMILY Kayser Shorts and Slacks in
West for hu annual winter vacation I i. upper Lake region, and Gulf soda, is being jettisoned. colors, on sale__._,.__
.... ... ..
Chicago 26 30'Denver states with readings 20 to 23 degrees ...... ..
\ .
new night club will open tonight Another of the very popular left yesterday afternoon for JUST ARRIVED- $1.00 and $1.50
..._......... 30 56
above normal in the Da- The Mesh
known as the Club Bolero i i Sunday afternoon tennis teas will Chicago en route to his: home in Detroit 6 26 David Evans neck was broken Dozens of New Beautiesto I new Kayser Glovesare
m..m. kotas. here, 15 styles to select
520 Bahama < be held tomorrow afternoon at Warsaw Wise. i .......... when he was thrown out of bed bya
located at street and .interesting J Galveston 52 58 G. S. KENNEDY<: Lead the Fashion Come and see them.Seamproo .
'; Casa Marina and especially Havana ............ slight earthquake shock at I '
; Messrs. 68 .-- i
under 0
management : Official in Parade-4Linens Ks-J'
matches will be played. Captain and Mrs Louis Moore Charge. Georgetown, Wales.Sllmmer I an :1. tijJtrom. isonieon
: J
Huron ........... 34 2S_ j ,
Joseph' Medina and Ernest Perez.+i, There will I be two. ,sets of who 'were in, Key West for two Jacksonville ...?. ? 58' -72 : ; Shoes for Women i ijTGdHt: i I ; y., rwg t 6;:

Beginning at 10 p. m., there; double, ?,. the winners: ''of which days:vrth relatives and friends, Kansas City _.4.... 38 48 t SUCCUMBS IN, CHURCH .binations, \Whites: )Bhic-! .1 i ? e of PureSivlk.

will be, presented a. good program ; will: then play a match., A numf -! left'yesterday afternoon for Isla- KEY WEST 6l I Browns and Blacks. Low the se is guaranteed
70 amt
o:it.J; entertainment, and no effort f ber '6f excellent players! will |participate morada. Mrs. Moore was former- u. CHICAGO.-As he knelt in IJIeel: ; M T.Snct' if ientIn
Little Pock iqinilf
isbeing, ,spared to make the affair! including Mr$."S. S.l Duri -, ly"Miss ,Ellen Carey. ; --" 42vLos .Af1' Jll"I ;grayer at his church during 8 FootwearWhether i Ping WbTextM*
.. ,
Angeles] . 42 'clock Iligh Hef Vs a1168: !flithi 52 Included, '
- ,0 mass Adrian Limleman, of ; on
very successful and enjoyable, for to.;i,I fee, a guest'at'the entice hotel wfal' Louisville ........28 26 this city died of heart disease. you are interestedin life, beauty, aibtyf.y6ijtjiij( ( I .1 J.\-Io\ <- $1.98

the large attendance expected. The tea' be' Mrs. Ida Kennedy left yesterday I Miami ... _....._... 68 80 Fabrics or Leathers, Linensor : color*? find sparkle. De- os :te1' 'S tnaile of
night., I under the direction of Leo B. afternoon for a visit with Minneapolis 26 28 Kids, Piunps or Stylish Ties ', White Gaberdine. 3 to 10)
Special features on the program Warren director of social activities Miami and will m. J I signed for graceful fitting. ___ ..
relatives in .: return New Orleans .... 48 56 you'll be sure to find them inall i years $1.98 to $3.98
will be songs by Miss Barbara at Casa Marina, and, as is Monday. colors among the new Spring Quality as well as outstanding 10 pieces of Printed Voiles, on
: New York ........ 18 32 1 I II i
Rock of New York, the Cuban I customary,,tea will be served on Pensacola .......... -52 58 I I i iI and Summer Shoes received I style Your sale Monday 3 yds. _.. 50c
Rhumba by little Miss Delore.: the lawns surrounding the courts this week. Just received new choice i SPECIAL MONDAY
I William R. Porter president of Pittsburgh ....... 21 32
Ruiz and accordian solo: by while the games are in progress. the First National Bank left yes- St. Louis -......... 30 38 t I -- i I I4(11 also shipment New Sandals.Ladies' Linen Large Shoes; l I 20 .doz.; Wash 'Dresses, some
ii ship- the Check Material
Wilson. I new
Eugene I ;
terday afternoon for a business Salt Lake City. 22 34 '. ment Children's Shoes for l I
I Organdy collars and trim-
Mrs. H. Russell visit in Miami. San Francisco .. 44 52 ii i iI ii EASTER. Every pair of Shoesin UP :mings; also tailored styles,

Floor Show At To Present DramaMrs. Seattle ..............34 48 I ii i the store reduced for Mon- see window, on (PI f\\

Clab Tonight Mrs.\ O. A. Santlquist. who was Tampa .... ..m'." CO 84 I i day. 1 Largest and most complete i sate .... .__..,. s1 D.L.UU

in Key West to attend the funeral Washington ....,_ 24 38 SPECIAL assortment ofLADIES' Beautiful new White' Shoes

Hildegard Ott Russell of her grandmother Mrs. Charlotte Williston ........... 26 36 I i iI I 25 doz. LADIES' I just opened up-Oxfords.
The Habana-Madrid Club will i versatile writer who has just I SILK AND CHIL- Pumps and Sandals, all
I. Gould, left yesterday aft-
tonight offer a special floor show I completed a powerful drama ernoon for her home in Coral WEATHER FORECAST II II I STOCKINGS Chiffon DREN'S SLACKS, HAL- sizes on sale Monday $1.98
the largest of the season consisting "Red Shawler," announced today and ServiceVeights., TERS, SHORTS, SPORT 25 pieces of 15c Broadcloth,
of choruses four acts of that the drama will be presentedon II I PHOENIX and KAY- MESH all new colors on sale Mon
Till 8 Sunday 6 SHIRTS in the
( )
p.m. ._....
day morning yard lOc
and the 5 in the
vaudeville singing dancing.It evening of April SEll makes Monday
B. Curry Moreno engineer with Key West and Vicinity: Partly I I 79c newest novelty weave materials 25c White Indian Head. 36
will be a gala evening, with High School auditorium. I
the Florida ERA. left yesterday cloudy tonight and Sunday; not pair ......-----. LINENS, COT inch on sale Monday per
Dick Royster and his Carolinians Presentation of the "RedShawler" i I yard _.....__.._____ 20e
augmenting the regular orchestras is to be given solely for I afternoon for a short business visit ii TONS, JERSEYS, Etc. 10 pieces new Summer Prints

furnishing music for the event. the benefit of the commercial de- in Miami. I II 25 PIECES SILKS The colors are simply on sale yard .,-, ,..... 20c
partment of the school. ii Short Cuts in FloweredGeorgette's beautiful. POPULAR 81x90 Wearwell Sheets, on

P.-T. Council To During the presentation of the!I Mr. and Mrs. Julius F. Stone I Printed Flat PRICES. I sale ____..____. $1.00
for Miami and Crepes Plain Chiffons, Service Hose
there will be the' Jr., left yesterday Weight on
Meet On MondayThere play interpolated 'I from there Mr.\ Stone will go to \ I I all at once priceMonday 50c sale, pair -_,._.. ,._....... 59e
beautiful "Laudelina" which OUR
to confer with Harry w II Hand Embroidered NightGowns
was written by Mts. Russell. Washington I I ..
will be a meeting held'. I Hopkins Federal Emergency Relief If i I !, extra eize ? ? $1.00
{". MONDAY SPECIALSNew is the in town. Flowered Batiste Night Gowns
at 3 o'clock on Monday afternoon Bugle Corps Gives Administrator. i largest i I at _.._?--...-.,.__ $1.00
shipment All-Over Laces
I J,1 Most complete assortment
of the Monroe County Parent. ? f 50c Seersuckers, special Mon-

Teacher Council. This meeting I. Dance Last Night Walter Wilbur assistant to "i& 'l:i i iI for yard\ Dresses.... .. ,,<.mm.all .colors...,__ 69c per of NEW SUMMER MA- day at ?.._....._...._ 39e
will be presided over by Mrs. En- ____ 1 I Alan Johnson field representative Flowered Voiles 40 inch all TERIALS and colors. 36 and 40 inch Pillow Tubing

rique Henriqucz president of the i 'The Junior Drum and Bugle I i of the FERA in the southeastern Partly Cloudy ..J: I colors, looks like Chiffon Thev are just unique. on sale, per yard _. 20c

association. I Corps last night held a dance at II I I United States, left yesterday for much change in temperature I .. ii i per yard ..... .... 25c Special table of Silks, up to
I ; :: :: ------ -- ---- $1.80. yard ._......... SOc
Business of much importancewill .,the Cuban Club. i I I Charleston. S. C.. accompanied by moderate northeast and east i "*.,.... $ f Peter Pan Prints, special at 15e I 50c New Tissue? Gingham?

be discussed during the meet I In addition to the several spe-!I 1 I his daughter, Mrs. Alan Fox of winds fresh at times. I Linene, all colors yard .. 25e New assortment of sale, yard ___ .......,..... 39c on
possibly I I
also! be elec. 'cialty New York. L 1 1y Printed Dimities yard .._. 25c LADIES' SUMMER White
ing and there will an numbers making up the I I Pique, special yard 20c
tion of officers. All membersare I floor show entertainment there].1 Florida: Mostly cloudy tonightand 1 I :I "NEW SILKS HATS I II Children's Easter Dresses just.

urged to attend. was dancing by the young people Dr. Aurelio Perez arrived from Sunday, probably occasionalrain 'Mt>, I I Received this week another I Large variety of NEW opened up all sizes.
Miami this afternoon for a short t Eyelet Batiste Dresses $1.98
and preceding the dance the in extreme north portion; not k...<:,:: I I I shipment New Silks. We now
visit with relatives. have as complete a stock of I STYLES. Colors: White, New White Slacks __.._ $1.50
entire Junior Drum and Bugle .
Cocktail Hour much change in temperature. :t Hand
made Children's Dresses
Fine Silks including the famousMallinbon's Blue, Pink and others.
Corps paraded on Duval street. Jacksonville to Florida Straits at ._... ._...._ $1.00
At Raul's l Club Galen Lund arrived today from : s i \ as can be found Pastel shades- :
for visit with his Fresh northeast and east winds I I anywhere. Come in Mondayand Hand made Little Baby Boys'
I a New Styles . New Colors
Mrs. R. T. Menner let fill Silk needs. Suits _... $1.00 and $I.9SChiJdren.s
and Mrs. A. G. Lund. i us your
Smart society is all ready for parents, Mr. over north portion and moderateto f I $1.95 I Sleeping Pajamas,

its weekly Saturday afternoon: Has House Guest fresh northeast and east winds 1 I JUST RECEIVED UP sizes 2 to 6 __ __ ___ S9c

trek to Raul's Club Miramar on I I --- I I J. A. McClanahan. of the state over south portion and mostly AllWool Newest Spring and Summer -

the Boulevard" there to attend'I Madame. Vesevolod Baikow of, plant board unit in Key West who overcast weather tonight and Sunray I Hats in all new colors and 1 I

i j was on a business visit to Gaines- probably occasional rain I shapes.: .._
the usual Cocktail Hour from 5 I I New York City is the house guest:II over -- --
FabricsHart Also line of Ladies'Pocketbooks.
I returned this afternoon. i new
yule extreme north portion.
to7p.m.J of Mrs Robert T. MIcnner at her|: I Make your select .

,, A more than ordinarily gay,:home on Duval, !street having arrived -! East Gulf: Fresh northeast tion early. 11111111111111111.l.1't
( ' engineer in t I
B M. Duncan
afternoon i is anticipated with the, on Thursday I If shifting to east and southeast Schaffner & Mark Ii "
dylisUful) aperitifs that 'will!" be I Madame '.Baikow+ 'experts"lo remain : I II charge of the bridge projects arrived winds over north portion and READYTOWEARAfter

., I ,
f this afternoon for the week- i looking over our complete -
served<< in conjunction with the in Key:.) 'Clit": for.. several l lI "I"Ir '
collection of SPTIlNG'AND
> uecjal dainty appetizers and.I I weeks, after which) tae, ,w1ll ..departfpij ,, :; end'.with; his family. i s.. SUMMER Jtftfcjjtfs, 1 FIREMEN'sICARNiyAL'f.V f.'
'Lt"I:' / :4
there, will be an orchestra to fur- (Ilavan;,,.,there l fo'ojn; Ifjcr hus. 1 fwl you'll have 'no trouble decidingwhat :

nisU", iiVusic> lor the guests", : Banc, band; who is now"' .in' southern' .. 'Major William- V. Albury Flor- Friday and Saturday'SPECIALS '' to wear for Spring. New-j 1 .
ida National Guard, who is in com- .'
ing. I Cuba, on a business, trip.. est Styles. Newest glHWrfal 1 5, ,
I, mand of the> troops( at Matecumbeand I Best I1c? '
- - -----..-- : x.
--- ;r-o ---- -- other points on the'keys arrived :
JUST IN-New \ : ()
........................ today for a short visit with Strictly Fresh Killed Pork.. li Children's Easter Dresses shipment in llOP Mndayr
SPRING MODELSAT tb ......._.._-._.__-. 20c and 25e li i i
his family. Georgettes Flat Crepe Etc.
TO SUBSCRIBERSIf Lamb Shoulder tb 18c li i

Rib Roast, Ib .......__ 25c i II New shipment Ladies' Misses' .... March 11United
and Children's Underwear.
HUB STORE Mrs.\ Daniel Bacon who left by
you do not receive your Steamship Cuba for visit with Veal tt> '_" ".'__'_ 25c i Come in and look over our
a Pork Chops, lt ., ______
paper by 6:00: o'clock in the M. ? 24c complete line.
her father Captain Wellington
Fresh S k:4
afternoon ,11!! telephone 51 Eggs guaranteed II OUR INFANTS' DEPARTMENT '
Big news at The Hub this weekis White of the Steamship Florida dozen .....,.....__..._ 35e Are Here in de-
is complete
i and a paper will be sent at Havana returned this morningby every S Street
Heavy Western and Florida
the of the model I tail. :
Spring plane from Miami.
to your home. A complaintboy Meats $22.50 S35.00

of Hart Sohaffncr & Marx Suitsin I' is on duty at this office All Ingredients for Souse TO -THESTOREOFFASHION- Between Margaretand

the new styles colors and fab-- from 6:00 to 7:15 p. m. for the Mrs Arvid E. Kallen who left Large Shipment Florida Hess

rics. purpose of delivering com by plane yesterday for Miami, William

plaints. Help us give you 100 returned by train today accompanied BERMUDA' MARKET THE HUBMEN'S
As shown in advertisementin :
percent service by calling 51 if by her husband. They City's Leading Ladies' Store

today's paper these suits are you do not receive The Citizen. will remain for a while. Phone. 861-W Free DeliveryCor. DEPARTMENT I. APPELROUTH .
White and Sia.I .
available in a wide price range ............"'.a* Virginia I t, .

and priced exceptionally reason- Miss Mary\ Ann Morris\ who I .

able. I SPAN PAPER was with her parents as guests at I I r
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Webster :'fir ''
In style The Hub offers both I ... i i
Roberts left yesterday afternoonfor 'r
the single; and double breasted II "._ ::.: .
DISCONTINUED her home in Huntington. W. ..' ... t .
business suits and a wide range I '. : tR v/,.'
Va. Mr. and Mrs. Morris\ will "
remain -
: .
of sport models: to choose from. .beBoedwinked .: : H
for l longer sta 't .
Hart Schaffner & Mane Suits are I a ; >: !" .

of all wool fabrics and include Cayo Hueso periodical issued 'Don : ,.. '; + *
I Subscribe, to The Citizen.
worsteds worsted twists, ACCEP'DNG'IMITATIONS
flannels KRAUSE. d-0'
weekly in Spanish since October :
cheviot, tweeds and manyothers.. I' ; .
Suits manufactured by Hart hal discontinued publication. \\\I"llIl/ Be To Jet the original Davis 100% Pore Paint 8

Schaffner & Marx are carefully I It was edited and directed by SPENDYOUR -- - sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rcmt'AI1'!

tailored and are insured to give Feliciano: Castro and A. O. Arma'or i leek, for Davis 100% Pure Paint ha o cn' ken ... Greater Shows l

the maximum of service and satis,j i this Label imitated but never duplicated. =
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too with otter Punt
McGuirt. a burglar in jail in this mo.n.
As .. .
EVELYN PRENTICE ggrodsa w by M in &tarrs sal old. city, locked ten Policemen in their "

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