The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00462
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00462
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Associated Press Day Wire : it Key West, Florida, has the

Service. tEb e. ItW" est IrtlUIU tn most equable weather in the

For 65 Years Devoted to the \ '? country; with al *'averaae

Bes .Interests of Key West range of only 14* Fahrenheit




Wilcox To Present Matter Ofi i 1 1I I IPAR T.TEACHER :I Ii MRS. GEO. HALE WINS FIRST PRIZE j I European Troubles May Speed United


Winter Submarine Base At Key!'t I.I Ii i '" .' t ,

FOR ,CONVENTION I v ''Winner in the first annual r percent for general beauty of entire : :" States Arms Program At Early Date

yard beautification '!j[ grounds. ;
contest conducted -
I Selection of the entry of Mrs. '; -- -- --- - --- -

West Before Naval Committee!I ANNUAL MEETING OF OR.I under.the ,auspices of the Hale for first prize was a u antI '11.6.61111-8''
GANIZATION WILL BE Key West Garden Club during the 'imous; one by the judges. She be-j OF I Big i Increase Planned Bo-, ;

HELDI I ,pan, it was recalled, last November DAUGHTER OF KEY
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....:................... AT MIAMI B1LTMORE CORAL -! past ai ix months were announced, \\ith a bare lot and "has achieved | MANDAMUS I WESTER HONORED IN I fore Upset Of Treaties;
Remarkable! results during such a CITINGI
Resolution To Be Pre- PRIZE TARPON GABLES. APRIL 29-MAY 31 this morning", following a viewing'f 'I!I short period and during_ dry sea-| NEW YORK CONTESTAlice New Order For National

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sented At Public Hear- .e..i..e. e.t.et I o all entries in the contest yesjterday son. It was a conclusive proof of !
I [: what could be done in the bare: i Defense
1 Smith, of New York
The committee in charge of arrangements by a committee of three dooryards which, are so prevalent
To Be Held Monday 11 year old granddaughter of
ing I :1 for the thirty-ninth,! ,throughout the city." j STATE COMPTROLLER PETITIONS -
judges. I! I Mr. and Mrs. John Lopez of
:gI gII I iI annual convention of the National I i The second prize went to M rl.jA'tbury .) 416 Margaret street Key Dy WILLIAM S. WIIITC
Mrs. Hale 311 William 1 the judges reported "for
:I''I I Congress of Parents and Teachers,, West has for the second timein ally AtuMK-latrrf rrrm)
1 .
the extension of her attractive
already -
which will be held i MATTER OF PAYMENT FOR one month won honorable WASHINGTON, March 23_
April 29-May awarded first in
I I IgI Ir street was place garden, resulting in a':
in radio
matter of establish-: I 3, at the Miami Biltmore, Coral ;, the contest, and received a cash I'I I variety of annuals in a OI'geoUl' PRINTING TAX LIST for mention a ccmposilion a titled contest"Key The United States erectuis lK

winter submarine base I Gables, includes Mrs. M. T. Tall-f i t,," color array augmented by an attractive -! West Sunset" largest peace-time military establishmcnt
ing a prize of $50 second place went and !
man, general convention chairman -j'I ; profitable vegetable, These
I contests are
at Key West will be introduced ( ; Mrs. 1... O. Casey, district to Mrs. Charles .Albury, 1227}j!;:garden in the rear." ji Ii j (Florida News Service).,.. I by a large New sponsored York }in its history moved

\ i I i Profef in
Monday morning a : directcor 13 and Mrs.\ J. A. Austin company
I sw South street,'with a resolution ata Dade County Council president r j(r raid, "is also riot of color with: I before>> the ,breakdown of
,,to.bo presented ?vV I II a Wednesday asked 1 the Supreme Thousands of children eater
public hearing before the. local chairman of arrangements. $30,I and, third cub.(prue. ,.of$2Q!:,' the greate5t-varietyof+ annuals in;; Court- to refuse the Inverness: I into competition.In ;. the ,Washington!, naval l treaty and
'Attractive :
a Ali'Si II The following chairmen have Was awarded,, to Prof(essor"W.., Ci'!',: arrangements.: i ii i Chronicle a mandamus again a letter to The Citizen Germany's of tK
Naval Affairs Committee of 6aT I ,1. "The judges wish to. commend I repudiation !
: the state to require payment for
I B.
I been appointed by the, committee: : Smith, father of Alice,
the House of I Mal PIAATl t.Ott DUl'caa.,1231: South street,!.. ,-. 'I]'the participants of the contest printing what, is known as the' writes that both (,herVef- Versailles pact.
Representatives '
:! FtsntKcGuI Mrs. W. D. Thurmond treasurer; ,, \for tho work that wax done*during Futch list of tax delinquencies.
J. I orats CaqI. Mrs. James The cash prizes were offered bit.!'" ", '' forts were scenes in Florida" This country,considered com
by, Congressman A. Dunn, tree planting I th" fix'montks period, DrGunn[ : The comptroller set up in his Mrs. Smith was before marriage

Mark.,Wilcox. I I I Il ; Mrs. Walter H. Beckham. devotionals -: 1 Karl Thcmpson last Fall when the?J Jccjtest paiil. Th! judges were presented'answer that the Chronicle participated Miss Corinne Lopez paratively .secure against invasion -

; Mrs\ C. M. Davidson '' with a vivid picture of the "be-1 i 1 in the poll taken of Florida because of its iso'ation, .
In letter Mr.' Wilcox informs ; launched.
a I was I fore" conditions by Mr. Gunn director -
i the Florida State 111:6111CANADIAN
I Coral Gables, auditorium Mrs. L.i newspapers lay I
Caught.by. Mrs. C. W. Strong of ; I of beautification in the set out on course of building
The Citizen that he Judges of the door yard gardens Press Association; last March'when
I Cleveland, Ohio, at Pirates W. Haskins decoration; Mrs. W. rKev i Wi'st Administration, who the Florida unzninio I'

will. present all the argu Cove Fishing Camp I K.: Mesker exhibits; co-chairmen1' yesterday were Mrs. David ., had vi.it'fl'ld:. photographies:' ly agreed; not newspaper to insist on re-ad:-i i PLANEARRIVED the army and navy, estimated to

I ments and all of the facts 1,I Mrs\ John! V. Rei'swan er, personnel I Rice Consul General; Carlton It.I !;;.recorded' the conditions' of the I \crthcment:; of delinquent, tax cost in the near future mora than
1 t Hurst( > and Ralph: E.: Gunn. The |l"(\\ll't\ ;,,:* yards at the time r.r' been t I Irdvtrtised
which had
I MRS. N. THOMPSON and service; Mrs. James lands previously FRIDAY thre, quarters of a billion dollars
available and will
underJtake : r('orin used in judging the yards the beginning of the contest.1 and sold to the state. j
sc-j 1 Hollywood national wa 40 percent for greatest general -fltatinrc Anti qualifications. of principally upon the 'ad
at the hearing to : i t ,, At that time, .e .
RECENT VISITOR AT parent-teacher; Mrs. II. J. ]Hayden} , improvement; 30 percent for/participants,/f will be printed in every newspaperin 'I ministration view that
cure a favorable report from the state extent two, joined in ) AIRCRAFT ARRIVED IN i existing:
,congress publications; Mrs. Bruce best display: of annuals; and :30J i i full in Monday's paper. |j! : ; f -
Asking the governor's cabinet to
facilities had weakened below thy
the committee although "I i PIRATES COVE CAMP iMdnto h, hospitality; cochairmen -'' -- -'-. ---- -. '- -- save the state from this wasteful ERNOON FROM KING: ?:
Mrs. I I : .
Wallace Barbour Miami I line.ApprOll'iation
think I should call attention and useless expense, according to .4 srY; safety
( Beach; national board cour- committee of the State Press JAMAICA W

to the fact that the KEY. J tcsj; Mrs. A. F. Fanger, Hialeah, [ TODAY'S WEATHER ) a Association, composed of C. P. VX3&- "" congress/ now is billsith working which under
WEST RESIDENT AND state presidents' club luncheon
navy department has recommended ; Ilelfenttein, Marie Holdcrman and I I President Kooseveil's budget;; lecoiunxcmlationd -
I Mrs. L. P. Zimmerman,banquet; With J. C. Charleston at the
Gilbert Freeman.The two
PARTY OF TEN OTHER papers t for a total of
1 1
against the pro- Mrs. II. C. Townsend tickets; Temper-ature- I tilighe't Florida: Fair tonight and Sunday that did object later withdrew'' wheel and J. C. LeMoine, as copilot $7 2.000OOO for army and! navy,

posal."I 1 I WOMEN LUNCH AND PLAY Mrs.!\ E. I* Thayer, slate sponsor:*; .. .. .. ----........ .. little! change in temperature. their objection*, the press an.oda-. t! the Canadian plane C.I .t were !based uj>on that theory

am hopeful that when BRIDGE AT WINTER RESORT Mrs.Mrs.\ C.G. W.r.. Walls, Ft.West Lauderdale Palm Lowest . ...: ...:::. :::... :.....?.:. n j jNOlmil : tion's committee announced, uhichj, i I I i F.-A1f[ :. arrived! 5 o'clock r'ester- rather than upon the European

jI I j jOlMrUI Beach. Sparks, McIn ..m.. .. .....:: ..._...--....... rna*.o'4%tk, / mrdc the action unanimous.' day I afternoon from ,Kingston treaty jcvelonionts.( | The (?.*,..

the measure comes up for I Mean .._.....__.}./:; I Under the direction of the tateI'res'i >: man renunciation of the Ver.&ail-
Mrs. Enrique ,Henriquez of Key K l Jamaica.
hearing next Monday I will tm The ('lllara> i West has been named local chair- Rainfall J L Association's board of directors -)I Officers.of; the euston, sefvfce lea document, however- thouxhEuropean

-have sufficient strength*" in PIRATEft COVE; Fla.; -March man, _*-- f- enfay'1J l ctpitllt"nfM:". IjL-lJt,jTy ,!., ,\, ." 'r'i I jmdjwper=!Uinjr-$9DlinUrl.: j mettbirFla: ie fitttt Jf.d1abn' '10t,, . j ."..
( i i. tee this special committee ; embroilment
polled the
I in
Normal Precipitation .... .OS lad 'tt '.) . made the requirementsfor
23.-\lrs.: and necessary
the committee to Norberp Thompson .. . ..... prrUrfjrHilin ., ; the 07 papers which had been opinion of observers, may influence -
:secure a 'l l>U rrroril r %rr = ( ,::1 planes and arriving
party of ten other women took DR. CHAMBERLAIN ,; M| H" ..rl.M-L. ,..... _..marl;.' ! 1rat awarded the tax list, requesting a occupants rpeedy: action upon the
I / from foreign and the
favorable If the !) ports ship
report. report 1
lunch, and spent the afternoon'I Tomorrow* Almanac I I ,T' telegraphic protest vote if any American program.
of the air
sailed this morning for
i is favorable and a recommendation -! playing bridge at Pirates Cove;: PAID VISIT HERE! Sun rises _. . ..... 6:27 a. t..r'4. +" publisher objected. Miami.[ Big Air Forces Increase

I Sun zeta on ....... ..... (0:10 j i II. m'l .....:.1 .- +.;,i\. .ha' The Inverness! Chronicle it is After Broad: developments immediately -
made for the Moon risen _.............10:5S p. in.Moon Fair alleged by the comptroller's answer the foreshadowed aside from Ihs
II I II plane will take off for Ottowa.
passage of the resolution, I j| ernoon. : sets: .... ............. 8:5o a. in.Tomorrow's I participated in this poll! and Canada, with long-time program of shaping a
I Pirates Cove hat: the largest,, ENTHUSIASTIC BOOSTER OF Jacksonville Florida Straits: :!J did not object. 'I one lengthy stop at Digger array and navy, and ;in addition .
feel confident Plattsburg, N. Y.WORKING .
I i it
can get openairaIt water swimming pool 11 I i | .Gentle! variable winds: becoming;:I Subsequently the Inverness to big: increases and ]improvements -
passed )before the end of the in Florida and is enjoyed by its 1'i ; high ..................1226 ]j westerly over north portion and I Chronicle one of whose publishers'is -* in armament muni-
PLANE FROM MIAMI fair I attorney for Citrus: County, CREW ON Lions and equipment include!
session.( guests more than any other feature 11:32 weather tonight and Sun'lay.
) the .entire Futch lit, these:
of the Only those who I Low ............._... 5:22: 0:13Uaiometer :S;; East; Gulf: Gentle variaLle'wind. ']! printed as :
Mr. Wilcox sets out that camp. I well as the regular tax list. the Stepping up of army air fortes
have had the good fortune to bathe at 8 a. m. today: .. over north portion and.gen.Ile -tax 1! collector claiming he refused'! SHIP PAID TODAY ,, from about 1,200 planes at present
West another nthus-
he has obstacles to I won
many in its refreshing waters fresh | Sea level SO.iy. i to around
easterly winds over couth J to follow the comptroller's instructions 1800. Increasing
j iastic supporter in a few brief por-
and with every tide from the Atlantic. :I I because advisedLy naval aircraft by 500
strong opposition he to
overcome I hours j tion. was or approximately
yesterday when Dr. Herbert
know the comfort and security of Lowest Highest { .
I the attorney-publisher to do so. DISBURSEMENTS MADE AT 1,500.A
to combat and Chamberlain, prominent psychia-
concludes a pool the size and depth of the ; Station Last
Night Ye.tmlaylAbilene I WEATHER Upon receipt of the bill Comp- greatly enlarged and improved -
with "I still have a Pirates Cove Pool. | flier of Chicago, spent the time ...........: CO .80I CONDITIONSThe I I troller J. Di\ Lee refused to pay OFFICE OF PORTER DOCK coastal defense organization -
Deck tennis is !'I between planes in the Island City. ........... I
now being: play I Atlanta 50.. 84 |I the 2080.00 charged, remittin iI i particularly on the Pacific .
western COMPANY
hard row to weed but am I j Jed on the sand in front of the Dr. Chamberlain attended the i Doiton: .............. 365Buffalo moved disturbance ha* ; only $419.00, which he held was coast and in Pacific 'J>bsfeV!

proceeding with it as vigor( pool, by some of the guests, who j recent State Social Workers' Con- .---....-__. 44 56 legion i northeastward and to the Lake I| due under the agreement of the I II ions and territories-Hawaii,
.iference in Miami end while in that Ontaiio, Sault Pte. j
the exercise before ... ....
i jUkc plunging Charleston C2 88 I newspapers to publish and the Canal Zone and Samoa. This latter
ously and rapidly as possible -' 1n.J !' city also conferred with a number Chicago ..-. ,-n.._ CO C8 Marie Mich.. J.72:( inches; while'j.I order of the cabinet to authorize; .More: than $800 was disbursed step would ,>'btilgr.ccualplishede !

and will let the Pirates Cove is the fishin iof physicians there. ... '...... pressure continues high O\'er'] this:. morning at the ofices of th
peo only i Denver m. : 36 CO | publication, only I of the unadver- through a.$23.: {) i J.
004Ip0 ,
J[ resort where women can enjoy i iM | Before departing on the plane Detroit ._..:,:.. .l.42::" "JY.6't 111 I Southeastern sections and! along tied delinquent> parcels |' Porter Dock Company to men thd' $380,000.00'0 ViWmeasure eIlr: ,

Ale of Key West- > know a.s I comfort and luxury, while theirt ,+J i yesterday afternoon, after'arrlv' Galve.stan..f......'.: 66 ,:?4 .:,:i'1'tie. atlantic; coast, PensacolaFla. .'j employed in wrecking activities :1h' ...Approved( iI1i1Iub.itant'd11ly

soon as I am able to ''getsome t! husbands bring'in the fish. i i'j 1 I ing in the morning Dr. Chamber- Havana" ''' '!'.':: GS - ; II 30.24 inches', and a moderate -' i I on the wrecked Ward Line Stcaijv- iolh senate\ and a $ ,
''j t A number of l luncheon and dinner i lain said that he ))4'4 U'return' : .h.'if. '''i'c32': ,58Jacksonville1 1Ilurotl : t ,I high pressure. area has moved' ..CCLOREbTuAN"j! !1 er Havana. OOfTftOO 'ieparaVe'appropriation> hausp: : y

report from the corn'' parties are alweys in at !lto Key West for fc longer'period !'Tr'! 1"-; ",",' "/ I 'n overthe.: northern. Plains,States, 1 The ship was brought into the '
vogue je$f : < proposed) for building ; navV"
: ,, i : :
: U I devote! ; r ', i ; J l IfuronS. D, 30J4 '
when he inches. Rains'rnd
next v '
mittee. 1'this popular resort. ; winter Kansas City' M1 82 harbor of Key West on the morn-
banes' the
; ; HEARING ; projected acquisition
,,, 1KEY I.r GIVEN !
, ?
his time and !wj writing ; : thunderrtorms have )
---- j '._ 71' . 81 Qcc'rrrl! ling_ of March G ]by the Tugs, Rcj of
WEST. a 2.30.q-Jlf. \
. iin
Jealing with ; ;1I y turinjj the last 24 JirwjuaMjrWc
book ; hours in port'
of r
j a Little Rock .... JC2 82: lief and Warbler and[immediately i Hawaii to .-en- '
.tons of a as a Etatron'for:
V PARTY TO VISIT I NEW ORDINANCE |[ I ychiatry. Los Angeles ....".". 44 COLcuisvLle Ohio the middle Mississippi and I I,' CHARLES STIRRUP ARRAIGN an extra force of men war bomber, anti| an alrea ,-ap.
the Chicagoan Valleys southern
I While in Key West : Michigan and"I
to handle the
.......... CO 71 the cargo proved! navy plan for converting;
AT COOK ISLAND PRINTED TODAY r, was shown as much of the Miami _.-__ ......... 72 78 I middle Atlantic States NortftCarolina !| ED ON CHARGE OF ASSAULT carryon other work in preparing tho Sunnyvale, California, dirigible
made and Oklahoma
; city as the few hours posisiblc I and there ;; the vessel for sailing.All .
Minneapolis .-.--. 38 60New has ;; AND BATTERY base into an airplane training -,
been rain
I John- in the Lake Superior'
: Nina Ryder I
bylr.i. Orleans .... C4 84 of the work was completed center.
.1 l
i son focial service director here region tnd on the Pacific coal t this week anal early this t
New York ...... 42 61 Enlarged EnlistmentThe
COMPRISES A new ordinance, recently pass'I and :Miss Mabel Berry state di- from San Francisco northward l1 I! morning the
SIX PERSONS WHO Pensacola ..... 60 74 Tug Relief left $380,000,000 bilP-]
cd by the City Council, service with the Temperatures have fallen 'I Charles Stirrup colored army
i pertaining'to i rector of social some WES Southwest Channel with the Havana .
Pittsburgh ........ 54 68 an expenditure
WILL LEAVE NEW YORK the regulation of vehicular Jacksonville. what in the northern Plains Statesand given a hearing yesterday beforei exclusive of ap'oJt'I'
[ j Florida ERA in j in tow for New York to bf
St. Louis .. ... 68 80 ?d modernization.
: Justice program:
traffic over the streets of Key'' -- extreme upper Mississippi! i of the Peace Kogelio:
WITHIN FEW DAYS Salt Lake City _.28 46 placed in drydock for complete to cost 400000000. th late of
'West and highways:;: fixing speed Valley and have risen throughout Gomez on a charge of assault and overhaul and
San Francisco .. 44 52 repair. I which i in in doubt-would
; limits and designating: parking! most of the Lake region and Ohio, i battery, lie was bound over under't.ond ! increase
Seattle _. ...._..... 40 46 total enlistment
:spaces!, is printed in today's issue Valley and readings are abnormally of $50 for trial at the next i
Within the next few days a of The Citizen. Tampa ......m..n 66 88 high this morning in many : term of criminal court. ISSUES NOTICE ON 000 men and 1Z 400 officers

party of six will leave New Yorkin One of the main provisions i in|,j Washington .._ 50 66 localities from the Plains States''{ It was brought out at this trial roughly a 40 per cent rise, while
I the WilI ton ......_.. 24 36 that and three providing for the addition of 5-
the afternoon with their destination ordinance prohibits the par"k- eastward. Maximum temperaturesl'.round |' Stirrup otherswere PAYMENT OF TAXES
000 the
to national
,ambling when the trout men guard
I nig of cars on Duval street, between WEATHER FORECASTTill 80 degrees occurred yes ; oci -
Cook Island an all year I Eaton and Angela street, terday in the middle Mississippi i curred. Stirrup .and his ;compan- now: 190,000 strong.

round pleasure resort, not far J There are many other provisions ( 8 p. m., Sunday) Valley Tennessee, the southern ions;, George KeecV.; Zoilla Ellis The navy bill, still in' early ,

from Key West. I embodied in the ordinance which Key Rest and Vicinity: Fair Plains and South Atlantic States i,, and Albert Saunders were arrign- On Page Four of this issue of stage and not outlined in detail
During one of his regular visitsin f and The Citizen is shown an official I is estimated to run above $450.-
takes and little and Jacksonville. Fla. ed placed under $50 bond
up a space of over four tonight: Sunday; change reported a each
Key West today. Mr. Cook column! and will be found on I in temperature; gentle easterly reading of 90 degrees.G. ; for trial at the next, term oeourt. notice to property owners that I; 000000. Prospectively set aide
called at the office of The Citizen J 1934 taxes will become'deJinquentalter.Aprill for new ship construction is
Page Two of today's JI. winds S. KENNEDY.
and told of the proposed trip. l. I Official in Chang J I one week from- ,next $140.000,000 against .42 000,000

The party will leave the metropolis f Monday. I for last year; $22,000.000 to replace -

in the afternoon take ATTENDOur ; c SPECIALS' J I HABANA-MADRID CLUB PRISON INSPECTOR Tax Collector Fratk'" :.H.:Lsdd I is aircraft against $6.000,000( '

breakfast next morning In Miami I l! Mated r Howe Farnham's story olJames making an effort to get }in personal last year; $12.000.000 for- new

and from there will go: by private Cocktail Hour Stimson and the too-Inter I Fresh Killed Miami Pork TONIGHTFloor L VISITS KEY touch with as many propertr.owners planes. A total l of 78 warships

plane to the island for a vaca 1 ested (friends Mho helped him Strictly Fresh Killed Veal Show'and,Dance WEST as possible and advise them I is authorized under treaty limitation
tion. Hen and Fryers of the nearness of the upayingdead to be laid down before
I EACH SUNDAY, FROM I choose the future Mr*. Stimson. I Rib Roast tt ..___ 25 5 Big Act line. i ifl 1937.

5 till 7 i'I A diet of real life in daily] ,serial] Veal and Lamb Stew tt 15 Two Orchestras State Prison Inspector J. Priest ---. -

TICKET SALE ON"THE : SMART SOCIETY IN in tall )enti.: I Veal Ch oos, tit _, ,_ 25e LOUIS CARBONELL'S was a visitor in Key West yeaterday -

REDSHAWLER"Opened : ATTENDANCE I; STARTS 25 Fresh Ef(., dor. _...... 35c I ORCHESTRA and made his regular inn pt'e-i DANCE MUFFLERSFr
Today .t GARDNER'S MONDAY MARCH Meat at Price Yow Can Meet tion of the local county jail and AU Make Of Cars -,Al.,
PHARMACYFrom J I RAUL'S 1.tJ I CUBAN RUMBA the prisoners. Tonight At I

2 till 10 p. m. I BERMUDA MARKETPhone ORCHESTRA I Mr Priest said that, as usual I fl RAUL'S CLUB Muffler and'Exhaust Repair
Tickets _? ..y .. 25e Music by Pritchard's Orchestra IZEN I 861-W Free Delivery 10 P. M. Until ? I conditions at the Monroe county Mute By Bob'. Orchestra i Lou Smith Service Station

Reserved S.ctioa .. ._ _ 3Sc ] NO ADMISSION CHARGE Cor. White and Virginia Sts. I Script $1.00 Ladies Free jail are on a par with other. like I Admission-,- $1.00 plus tax Whit. and Catherine Phone. S22
J .,. 1 institutions in the state. y i -

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!- //SATURDAY. MARCH 23, ms.
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tlx I iit. [i1cs1 m WHY SUPPORT ANY CHURCH? ORDINANCE NO. 310, Jitopped in any street, except dose crossing at street intersectionsshall additional person on any bicycle,!I of which shall be visible from the

COUNCIL SERIES to the right-hand curb (unless proceed straight ahead or at unless an extra seat has been rear and front at a distance of not
Published Dally Except Sunday By Is there reason why ;otherwise provided for in this or- right angles with the sidewalk! specifically provided there f or';I j less than 300 feet.
any an
TUB:,CITIZKSJ!' PUDJJHINOCO.. INC.! average AN ORDINANCE OF TilE 'I\jdinance) or to, allow another vehicle line. Pedestrians crossing where'{ which seat shall be constructed in Section 40. SMOKY EX.

1_ P.AUTMAN. FTMldvat.Front citizen of Key West should. support some CITY OF KEY WEST REGULATING i or pedestrian to cross its street lights are maintained1 shall such manner, having due regard j HAUSTS: No motor vehicle having -

. Corner Greene The CltUen and Ann Building-Streets church in its midst? V VE1IItULARTRAFFIC f path; nor shall any vehicle be cross such intersections only onI ] for the safety of said additional'person j i an unnecessary smoke ex-
ON THE STREETS stopped in such manner as to impede the flash of the red light on the and for the operator of
The question is asked, not forT I I I hau-st shall be permitted on the
AND HIGHWAYS OF TilE of other vehicles
street be said
to crossed.
progress vehicle. Bicycle riding on the
only In Wen nnd Ionroe the
,Dally. Xewipaper Key streets of City of K\-y West.
County. purpose of pleasing what some call the CITY OF KEY WEST PROVIDING or of pedestrians. Section 19. MOTORS IN MO- sidewalks is hereby prohibited. Section TIRES All
41. motor
church crowd, but to be considered by f SPEED LIMITS. Section 12. CORNERS AND TION: No motor vehicle shall Section 29. SOLICITING PASSENGERS :
Entered at Key West Florida, aa second class matter DESIGNATING "PARKING" vehicles must have sufficient and
those who do not consider it is any duty of CURBS: On approaching a crossing be left or parked unattended by a : No person connected } proper rubber tire equipment upon
.- of intersecting streets, also in driver while its motor is in mo with the operation of any for hire their that trucks
theirs to wheels provided
llriMtor .( tktThe A.-< (Associated Press It 4cluslvty) entitled to use We can think of several reasons: why "THROUGH" AND "STOP of streets, and in going rounda Section 20. PHYSICIAN: Provisions megaphone for the purpose of of sufficient width their
,r republication of all newi dispatches credited<< tIt V STREETS 'IROVIDING"QUALIFICATIONS : upon
otherwise credited In this and.al ; corner or curve in the street or for parking herein made attracting attention or soliciting! I unlawful
'-or not paper. every good citizen shoukl* cooperate \\r itb'' 1 wheels but it shall be
the local news published Lero. FOR highway, the driver shall}} slowdown shall not apply to physicians whilein passengers, in any loud or boisterous i
for vehicle to be driven
religious organization: For: one. thing no' OPERATORS OF MOTOR for such intersection corner of their I any up.flits
pursuit calling. and
manner, no
j. I rim in City street.
EWTCRIAI) ) .. ,. I matter how' far the goal may ,be missed, VEHICLES?' REGULATING f or curve and the vehicle shall not Section 21. SPEEDGENER.AL .J shall make any loud or boisterous -I I i t Section 42.any PUBLIC PARK-
1f1NATIONAl the aim of the church i isto THE EQUIPMENT ON MOTOR be driven at a rate of speed greater RULE: No person shall op'! noises which would annoy
19359L1I3CIUITION : VEHICLES. reasonable and
than is ; erate vehicle J
; proper I a or permit same to persons on the sidewalks!, or in |
. 121iRj"-. women. lead better lives and live more; un. PENALTIES FOR having regard to the use 'of the I operated while he has authority I any manner be annoying to or I J i i CARS: There shall be no publie

(me Tear : HATES. tlO.GO: selfishly. That is, all will admit; a'splen- t t.. :XJIE VIOLATIONS OF THE way, the safety of lh public, and I I over its operation, recklessly or'' interfere with passers-by. 1 I parking stands for automobiles
fclx Month LOS PROVISIONS OF SAID the view of the for hire adjacent to any property,
did the obstructions of at a rate of I speed greater than is !
Section 30.
rnree Montha ..-. 2.SI purpose. ORDINANCE.BE : unless the permission of the own-
One Month VV ,IiI I driver at the corners of such reasonable and proper having regard No shall drive bar-
''iVH The inevitable IT ORDAINED BY TilE CITY person any er or occupant of said property
) ..25V answer that church I curves crossings; or intersectipns. to the width condition traffic -
COUNCIL OF TilE CITY OF lawfully placed upon any is first obtained and approved by'the
ADVERTISING RATES people are no better than other people is, I Section 13. RIGHT OF WAY and use of the street or way street.
Mad KEY WEST City Council of the City
known :
on application.
THROUGH STREETS: Vehicles at the time or fio as to endangerthe
unfortunately too often lOR Section 31. SIRENS No
true with this :
STKCIAL. AOTICB per- Key West. There shall be no public
? 1. DEFINITIONS: The life limb of
travelling in the following property or or
AIL reading notice, cards of thanka. resolutions of exception that those in the I I son shall blow a horn or sound a parking stands'within the "no
-pct. rbltuary notices etc.. mill be charged for at word "vehicle" includes motor streets have the right of way over any person. Provided that a rate than be
signal i described -
tie rate of :o cents a line.NoOc'a churches at least driven vehicles, horse drawn ve I of in of more may necefi- parking area heretofore
faith intersecting speed twenty-five
profess in the goal other vehicles approaching on excess
for entertainments by chnrcbea from whlck sary for safety. No horn, siren or : in sections 14, 16. and 17 of
t rvtnu la to be derived are 6 cents a Una. and, with varying degress of success, striveto hide motorcycles! and all other[ streets: ((25)) miles per hour in the residence other signaling device shall be em- : this ordinance.
ThgCtia.n is aa open forum and Invites discusttdnjit devices on wheels. but not railroad Division Street from Roosevelt portion of the City and a
public Issuca and subjects of local or genera live in accordance with certain ideals. I ployed which is operated by compression I Section 43. No shall
Kitcrxst but It will not publiShnoQ'Dlua.. communl cars, invalid chairs, or infant car-. Boulevard to Fort Street with rate of speed in excess of twenty- the person
from motor cylindersor
e&tlfls. What can be said of the crowd out- riages. { STOPS at Duval and Whitehead five ((25)) miles per hour on STOP from the exhaust of the |: operate any motor vehicle in the
The word "driver" ehall include Streets. V streets is prohibited. The opera- mo- I City of Key West in any manner,
:I.A friend tells us that he drives his car side? Merely that they do not realize the chauffeur. or any other per.j I j Eaton Street from the intersection tion of any track or heavily laden tor. I contrary to any law or regulation
debt that men and women owe religion operating the vehicle. The V vehicle Section 32. SIGNALS: No signal of the State of Florida is hereby
by : r-gets his orders from the back or son of Palm Avenue to Emma at a greater rate of speed i
seat. the fact that they live in and am.ong people word "horse" shall include horses Street with STOPS at Duval and than twenty ((20)) miles an hour shall under any circumstancesbe prohibited.The .

of a certain type because of the in- and all other animals employed for Whitehead Streets. I in the business portion of the City sounded in any "Quiet Zone", I Mayor of the City of Key
be soundedon
draft or burden purposes. .Carbine Street/rom Grinnell! shall be prima facie evidence of nor shall any signals West as head of the Police Department

-General Johnso'n' 'says his column will fluence of religion upon the race. .soia., The word ."11 rk.' 'or "parking4hill \I Street,",to-. ;Whit. hf,ad; Street .witfiSTOJPS l reckless driving. That a rate of any public street after the I is authorized,.to make

be written' straight .-1ronit"' ( "shoulder.Th -" 4.1 ......",,. 'mean.. the'voluntary\.sc"\:'oflevijj1 ? ;; at. Jluval, a'nd,, Whitehead : epe.ed! in excess of twenty ((20)) hours of midnight and before 6:00 such additional., rules .and.i 'regulations -
' I I !' 'hignraoritreptwh'eh'not ',.01' miles } the residence A. M.; except in case of necessity. for the of the
ve1qwth hour in government
TALKlNQAND THINK / ; ..{ Streets, ,: ...il , ,fnfcnj| i, I per I
: ( :
evidently means jt will l1ave a hefty V ..ir..V:' j !ri"rii6tion. *.' Fleming, 'I,STee) : $, ,(from. '...WhifeStreettn portion of the City and a rate of Section 33. ANIMALS: Any [ ,raffic of the City of Key: West,
: punch. O .OVT Li/v 1'01, :.. fyfe} word wperson" shall'"lnclu
31 I 1 --> .t. r-c : Few thinking people believeutbat the the plural humheFpas. ,vyell'-as' the STOPS,'ft Duval a'Jjrcitffrad miles per hour in the business portion shall at the signal by hand of any t of this ordinance he may from
'1 annual income of the people UBfe\ Viatibh singular_ number.' : Str4ts.e. ,.. V ,"H' of the City of a vehicle weigh- person riding or driving a, hone 1 I'i time to deemnecessary_ ,

5f he<<:. chigenlif KeyJVpitJwm ilo well is equitably distributed. - """" V Se tjan. ..pUIE-r:.) N?; 4n.y .i; buth rd Street..(\fr pn: }I'.White J ing more than 5.000 and less than or other domestic animal stop I I The, Mayoc jnay" from .time ) o,
to sport the churches in this community.Fe street or part thereof. within,.distance : Street to Emma Street with 1G,00& pounds shall be deemed a such automobiles or other ye-i time, designate ."No Parking
To rem.edy this situation there have of 300 feet from hospital! violation this Section. That hide and remain stationary as
people realize how much they owe a STOPS at Duval and Whitehead of a [space" in certain streets or!areas
to been advanced drastic proposals. At the sanitarium, a school-house in session Street. rate of speed in excess of fifteen long as may be necessary to allow I I I on the streets of the City of Key

religion. time or.a house of worship during I White Street from the north- ((15)) miles per hour in the residence aid horse or animal to pass. I I West but he is not authorized to f
same some counsel slow- but '
a per- religious services! is hereby i side of Division Street to, ..the. portion of the City and a I Section 34. ANIMALS: No permit parking in "No Parking;

Key West Citizen thinks a good, sistent approach to relieve the plight of designated as a-"Quiet Zone". The I I south id(> of Eaton street. rate of speed in excess of twelve person shall knowingly permit an' areas" as provided in this ordin-

honest will those who get too little as compared to Police authorities may. when they I I White Street from the south' uoide: ((12)) miles per hour in the business animal to be driven which is not'!i ance.
man never get mad with an those who too I deem it necessary, set aside any of Division Street to Flagler; portion of the City of a vehicle in every respect fit for the service Section 44. PENALTY: Whoever
get much.
editor.;' It's a cinch a politician won't- portion of a street temporarily as : Avenue. weighing more than 10,000 for which it is employed and r violates any provisions of this

and-let: the editor know ,Times-Union. Others advise that differences will always a "Quiet Zone", but shall so indicate : Duval Street V from water to 'wa- rounds! shall be deemed a violation :, free from lameness sores or any![ordinance shall be punished by a

exist between certain types of individuals by proper signs. i I ter. of this Section. disease likely to cause pain to the fine not exceeding Two Hundred

: Section 3. KEEP TO THE i Whitehead Street from water to The business portion of the Cityis animal or any "injury to persons I I r ($200.00)) Dollars, or by imprison-
-Lexicographers advise us to add one that laws cannot affect human RIGHT: All persons operating a''I water. hereby defined to be all of that or property. No one shall iIl-treat.i i ment not exceeding sixty days or
word! to nature and that nothing be vehicle shall keep the same to the I between over-load override or cruelly or1 I't
our vocabulary each day. Yesterday can accom- Palm Avenue from the intersection area of the City lying on and both such fine and imprisonment.
we added "susurrous" but plished. light of the middle of the road at of Division Street shall bea I Division Street on the unnecessarily beat any animal. i I Section 45. REPEAL: All
some- all times when within 200 feet distance !-I I through' street to F.aton'Stre.t" southeasterly; Front Street on the Section 35. EQUIPMENT FOR:[!Ordinances and parts of Ordinances -
how it evades our memory, and we can't There are arguments that sound good of any other other approaching ,, United Street from the westside northwesterly; Duval Street on MOTOR VEHICLES HORNS:;I in conflict with this Ordinance -

maRe it stick. It's more difficult to remember for almost any side of the debate. Agree- traffic upon said street or its I" of White Street to eastside of the southwesterly and Elizabeth All motor vehicles shall be equip-; are hereby repealed in their
than llipygian," which was ment cannot be expected if past experi- intersecting; street. I|I I Duval Street. Street on the northeasterly. All ped with a horn or other proper entirety.
Section 4, KEEP CLOSE TO 1 I South Street from the easterly of Fleming Street shall be considered signalling device. Horns shall not Section 46. It is hereby declared -
mastered after weeks' of endeavor. ence with such issues can be accepted as a TilE CURB: A vehicle' except i I I[ tide: of Simonton Street to the in the business portion. Division be sounded (In a noisily or disturbing by the City Council of the

guide. However, the average man and when passing a vehicle going inI westerly side of Reynolds Street. Street from the intersectionof manner; shall only be used I I City of Key West that if any section -

-.Advertisement of a fishing camp on woman of Key West will do well to con- the same direction. shall keep to Reynolds Street from the southerly Elizabeth Street to the inter- for signaling other vehicles or pe : sentence, clause or phraseof
the right and as near to the right- side of United Street to the section of White Street shall be destrian traffic in the immediate the Ordinance is for any reason -
oneof the Florida Keys 20 miles from sider the counsel they follow.)) !
hand curb as practicable. V 'water. --.. V, considered within the business pore vicinity of the vehicle, sounding held to be unconstitutional or
Kef West, on the Overseas Highway, dis- When ,two .men advocate contrasting :Section 5. PASSING OTHER i I Flagler; Avenue from the easier.ly tion of the Cit)". All the rest of said horn. void, such decision shall not affect .

pelt;any worry you might have for fear policies the seeker: of the truth will follow VEHICLES: (a) AH vehicles side of Reynolds Street to the the streets or portions thereof, Section 3 yoir.couldn't find the thinker passing other vehicles moving in westerly side of White Street. shall be construed in the residence : AH motor vehicles propelled portion of this Ordinance. The
any water around thereto rather than the talker. Both
the same direction must pass the by internal combustion! mo- of
Flagler Avenue from the ea't- portion. City Council o.f. the City Key
go swimming in. The camp has a may be equally)) sincere but one may be same to the left. A vehicle approaching -I t'rlysi.le- of White Street to the Section 22. SPEED LIMIT, tori shall have a muffler on the West hereby declares that it would

swimming pool.-P E. B. in Tampa Tri ever so much the safest leader. another coming from I I westerly side of Roosevelt Boule EMERGING FROM GARAGES, exhaust pipe and the openingofthe have passed this Ordinance and
bune. the opposite direction shall pass it ETC.: Vehicles shall not emerge muffler or cut-outs on the every sentence section, clause and

to the right of the middle of the I I vard.All streets not specifically: mentioned from an alley, stable, or garage on noise suppressing devices when operated phrase thereof, irrespective of the
ADVERTISING THAT PAYS road and as near to the right- on the publie streets is ex-
running southeasterly and to a street or public thoroughfareat tact that any one or more sentences -
=A- friend has some curiosity to know hand curb as practicable (b) No northwesterly are STOP streets. a speed greater than a slow pressly forbidden. clauses sections or phrasesbe

what"sort of an army it was that foughtin When The Citizen talks. about ad- vehicle shall pass any moving ve- Vehicles approaching the above walk. Section 37. LIGHTS: Each declared unconstitutional or
hide on any bridge viaduct or named through or right of Section 23. TRAFFIC AND motor vehicle shall be equippedwith
n volution. lie says that he has heard vertising the average merchant skips the street intersection, or where traf- streets from intersecting streets way USE OF THE STREETS. LOADS: two white side lights in front void.This Ordinance shall take effect

a good many women tell about their article, feeling that here is propaganda j fic is dense. shall! STOP before crossing, or No one shall drive or operate a and a red light on the rear of'the immediately upon it. becoming a.

Revolutionary forefathers but as far as he against his shekels. i, Section 6. All vehicles will turning into said streets allowingthe vehicle which is so loaded or constructed vehicle, and said lights must be law.
ha able immediately pull to the curb if traffic upon said streets to or in such condition as ,lighted if the vehicle is operated on V Passed by City Council on first
j>een to discover the army has 110 The exceptional merchant, however, possible, upon the approach of the to be likely. to cause an accidentor the streets of the City-of Key West reading this 18th day of March,

privates, at least if it had they have no is glad to learn what the newspaper man fire apparatus, ambulance, police. pass.Section 14. .PARKING: There injury to ,any vehicle or other :' between the hours of sunset and I 1935.

descendants. thinks. lIe may use the idea or he may cars and police motorcycles. shall be no parking on Duval users of public streets. sunrise and between said hours I Passed by City Council on second -
not but he Section 7. TAKING ON AND Street from Angela to Eaton Section 24. CINDERS, ETC.: all parked ears shall display their I reading this 20th day of
that he will never !Jie I I
PASSENGERS: : Streets; no parking on the south' No person shall drive a vehicle rear-end light.Section I March. 1935.
Every; man's plans and ambitions hurt by considering anything. No vehicle shall l to Hake 38. NUMBERS OR
stop on side of Fleming Street from Si- which is BO loaded with ashes fuel Passed by City Council on third

should be large enough to stir his blood With this introduction let us urge or discharge passengers or parkin monton Whitehead Streets; and cinders bricks, sand, gravel, or OTHER IDENTIFICATION FOR I I and final reading this 20th day of

and.a.)vakcn a thrill in their contemplation.Small local advertisers to be regular.; This idea Section front of any school building. : there shall be no angle parking on other material as to permit such MOTOR VEHICLES: Each motor March, A. D. 1935.
8. travelling on
TURNING COR. any streets in the City of Key articles to be scattered on the public vehicle operated or I LEO II. WARREN,
plans never get one anywhere be- has nothing to do with the use of large NERS: A vehicle turning into another >: Weft; there shall be no parking of [ streets. the streets or highways of the V President, City .Council.Attest !.

the best is not awakened our columns. It simply records our the. Cjwyij ij 'as" near to the rigtit.hani I hoi4o .\heaier. : No person may operate or a metal license plate displaying V .-WALLACE iPINDEB, 'u:, .\ ,
in J.LaLprac.! icable._ Avehicle l.__All'e.ar!\ must Jbe })arlted1; .o ft the drive a vehicle on streets of the distinctive numbers assignedto : V V City'Clerkls' ?: V V
the individual. Brief lyihe l forniula-is: conviction that if a merchant is planningto turning i iptyjyioj, er: Street I right.'f pand;" ?de6f Itr re'elt'j t ">Where City. of.Key West who ia intoxicated such motor vehicle by the Mo Approved this 22th day ;-of

Think! big plans and work nard. advertise he should advertise regularly. to thfiJef tahalLturn'around,andto" -parking is permftt'e'dt'f tit th !J.4lrec- or under,the- influence\ / Ofllquororany'harmful tor' Vehldle Commissioner of the March, A. D./1935i V '

-_ Advertising, like everything else the right ,pii2tesrcUen: : .Qt )he 'tJ/JrtV:'i in; whjcli'; the'\ tar 'is"leaded.No drug or isite4itftpilepsy State of Florida. Also, 'a metal '**< VV 'WM.' If.'MALONE;
requires -
r ( < ; :rentfer. :th&twft.fireets.fpoliceman N: \ }''be&ed"in thntof otherWse'physicallyi.unfit tag signifying the payment the [mart 3-11 Mayor.
$ is
i : -
r f. ,' or .
General r tf1i
Johnson :
now a' foresight. A merchant who &hi West
newspaper expects : intercconhwlre. a.traffe: ; any"noteX pitraiic'and: ''foV! 10" ) to operate proper fee to the City of Key

columnist, has this to say concerning the printer's ink to work miracles is is offi iting.aIl! turs".,feet) :"eacp i side. of faid 'entrance.? ch"vehicle': '" which shall be securely attachedto 11 Subscribe, to The, Citizen. ,

relief problem : "It is a wonderful, beautiful doomed to lose the money that he spendsfor ings at corners shall be done only I All hotels facing on any street Section 26. AGE LIMIT: No the front portion of said car, : V
in accordance with his signals or where i if t and displayed in such manner as Stniird Table Model! RADIO
parking than 16
permitted who b less
and necessary thjng to say to be softhearted advertising. lIe must put some thoughtinto directions. I t may person to b. readily observable.
1. designate a sufficient space frontI -I of age shall be permitted to drive a..t MM ..t age .OCCDCT
and charitable, but sometimes what he is saying before spending his Section 9. There shall be no |I I I ing on said hotel for the extluI any vehicle and no person shall Section 39. LIGHTS FOR I sson..U..toIarr.will I ..11 PNM.U4 w. a5t.fr P...ttttk If pMaf'X

even in the exercise of the greatest humanity money to say it. That done, and regularlydone left turns at any street intersections sive parking of guest cars. be employed to drive a motor vehicle NON-MOTOR than VEHICLES:vehicles All ve- I .... .<....nprcw"ear .t.M locally..h..e 1oLWa.CUi..
where traffic lights are Section 15. SPECIAL less than 18 hides other motor; .us.ooo IOIectioL CoeU., !I. it's just as well to be a little hard- will help build any business that is maintained. All traffic must stop I OF-WAY: Police Fire RIGHT Depart-: who of shall be except as otherwise provided in I $400.* UM.tU.:,|1*.00 euiV Mf BwalkMck

boiled." To that the most sensible can worthy of living.A at the red light signal and! shall : ment, United States mail vehicles: years Section age.27. REPORTS OF AC- this ordinance shall be equippedwith I h'-e' MeleM HI' Seal urian k..r.fM Aua.Sfenwvvt.*. .

subscribe. not proceed until a green light is : and (in emergency cases) public: CIDENTS: In cases of accidentor one or more lights, the rays s. use a...

REAL BATTLE OF WORDS flashed. I pr private ambulances: and physicians' collision ,with persons or property ,---
Section 10. HALF TURNS
lope Pius advised : A : vehicles properly designated :I due to the driving or operation U
Catholic Ac- vehicle
crossing from one side of as such shall have the right of,: of any vehicle the person
tion society, a layman's organization, to The verbal battle that raged last the street to the other on two-way way in any street and through operating such vehicle shall immediately -

"stay out of politics and political week between Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, for- traffic streets shall head in the any procession. Excepting ,the I STOP and give such assistance -

but to participate in politics when partieS'1 mer head of the N. R. A., on one side and that same side direction of the as street the to traffic which he on I parades foregoing or funeral pageants procession having proper .and-I name as and he address can, and, together shall give with his Notice to U. .S. BondholdersThe

a matter of the common good." Father Senator lIuey Long and Father Charles} crosses. No vehicle shall back to permission from the authorities j I the name and address of the owner

Coughlin evidently thinks his participation E. Coughlin, on the other, was a tongue- njtoke _a turn in !any street, if ..by4eig hall have 'tho' right-of-way. i prer I I'I of such vehicle and the license

i is; for the "convnon good." In doing so his I lashing affair. Vehicles so it interferes .with other other traffic. :: number of same to the person Injured '
but shall go around the | Section 16. FIRE constitutional rights are admitted, but not The general flayed(his adversaries:: in ? blbck(< : or ,to a street intersection t DRANTS: No vehicle shal1.be *l-I same and shall imme-
his Tommon ffifJently wide in,which to turn I'lowed to within the accident the conversion privilege on called Liberty bonds
sen.se.An New York and other places, and they without park 25: feet)>of diately thereafter report
backing. Half-turns are any fire hydrant. collision stating all the
or will expire March 27th.
turned their V
him in deter-
guns on equal -
on Duval street and 1 Section 17. CORNERS: No vehicle facts to the Police Station.
intensive round-up of Cubans in mination. The reaction of the public has are: only permlssable elsewhere shall park within: 25. feet Section 28. MOTORCYCLES:

Greater Miami who are subject to deportation been somewhat similar to other such en- i intersection of streets/There; from the'comer of intersectingstreets motorcycle. ah&11-b. employedto i If the of Liberties we
be no "U" turns on of beside you are owner any
for having overstayed their 30- gagements. at1 on streets where parking carry any other person
:" V hereinafter described U permitted said space being the driver unless a special eat will be pleased to have you consult us.
day permits is being conducted by U. S. Generally, The Citizen is of the streets.. V served for the gneral public is provided for such additional per-

V immigration agents. The common plea of opinion that preachers and priests have Section 11. STOPPING. SIGNALS to load and 'unload .. 'e-I I son, and no such additional per-

these citizens of the island republic is that something else to do and can well affordto I FOR TURNS AND and such reserved space shall eon shall be seated in front of the
STOPS the left
: For stopping, I
be occupied by any vehicle except driver of such motorcycle.
they are political refugees and fear for leave the realm of things political to hand should be extended pointing while passengers are actually Section 28-A BICYCLES; All THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

their lives if they return. The duty of the those outside the church. However, I downward. For right hand turns boarding or alighting. bicycles ridden or operated on the I .

agQits is to see whether the visitor fears opinions differ as to the line that shouldbe the left hand extended upward. Section 18. PEDESTRIANSCROSSING street of the City of Key West, OFKETWEST'
For .
left left hand
hand turns, extended -
STREETS: No pedestrian -shall be equipped in the night
fochis life for a political or for a criminaloft drawn and its exact location is often' outward in a horizontal shall be permitted to cross time with a right of IUffjei '

me. In the latter case the plea is un dependent upon what one thinks of the manner. No vehicle shall be Duval Street between Petronia brilliance to be en at least Member of the Federal Reserve

8riling.-Miami Daily News. arguments mad by the men of the church. stopped with its left side to the]]and Front Streets except at.street[feet In front of said bicycle. ntl : f
curb, and no vehicle shall be_],intersections, and pedestrians' no. person shall.carry any other

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I I BEES FORFEIT 1 1I i DOUBLEHEADERHERE COLORED MAN WILL Today's Birthdays i EASTER SHOWINGS I;wear lItore.Is Beautiful now featured Faster "t'dreuei this

I GAME TO LOPEZ SUNDAY BE BURIEDSUNDAY ... .................... AT APPELROUTH'S!I[I arrived this wc k.Pirates .

A RAw4IRE RIMtAitc1 etl EYAN EYAM r Judge Florence E. Allen of

LAST EVENING r Columbus!,' Ohio, of the 6th Federal i ---- ; CoyeRshing Camp

Chapter 44 i of the Dead would do Ua best to rio I Circuit barn in Salt Lake First showing of Easter wearing -I
STARS TO PLAY TROPICALSFIRST The funeral of the late J. D. I
DEATH RACE cover its lost ones. Roberts,.colored of Thomas street, City 51 years ago. apparel for ladies, misses and Pirates COT, Florida
There was no more trotting, now. AND SLUGGERS children is now on display'at The
20 Miles
I From West
in the r I on
will be conducted
HE friar and Rubrii-Mateo RubrU and the friar pitched the body BAKERS WALK OFF FIELD IN TrinityPresb.terian Store of Fashion. I. Appelrouth ,
of Juan.Sllva headlong from the carriage SECOND Church tomorrow SSdnay Hillflun of New York Overseas Highway
Rubrti! By God.I won't believe manager of the store announcedthe
'my eyes!" one guard was saying, And the Kid. lashing the PROTEST AGAINST DECI- afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. II i labor leader, member of the NRA arrival of the first shipment I SWIMMING POOL

'jerking up his rifle uncertainly. horses to running gallop, felt the SION MADE BY UMPIRE; The Rev. A. De Barritt will con Board, born in Lithuania 48 years I Ief merchandise this week. FINE CUISINE

carriage leaping and bucking. behind There will be a doubleheader of duct the services assisted by visiting ago. The mot!: complete stock of First Class Accommodations
"Be still, fool!
they are
yon him. SCORE. 2 TO 1By.JOVE i baseball at the Navy Field tomorrow ministers and ,the elders of the shoes in Spring and Summer Writ or Telephone I for
Wm "
to arm with Juan Sllva! 'The 'guard Is through the gate church. I I
of the valley.shobt I afternoon. Prof.) Jtoseoe R. Hyd of Johna fashions ever assembled at this Reservations

And risking one glance behind hard,b Rnbriz."Theyare ( : ) '. l, In the first game the Stan will The deceased had been.an offi- Hopkins!, immunologist born at : store is now being; hown._
riding they're far awiy. Rates Per Day
Ihim. Montana the leaders at : $5.00 to $7.00
1 the same time swung towards the archway And the damned Indians hare rough The Lopez; and the Busy!! Bee cross bats with the La Tropical cer of this church for many,years Cory:Ind.:, 51 years ago.: A1 large display of ladies',I American Plan

-i that opened from the patio to the I ground to cover before they'll ever 1 played a thrilling game last night boys and Salinero will toss them before its transference to the u I mi !';es' and children'! ready(...

valley road, and as he did BO be saw get down to us.Can we cut the Lorses 11 and at theend of the seventh inning for, the Beer boys while Martinez Presbyterian Church as .the Wes-I Ray) Long' of New York editorof I __

f the servant who had been holding out of the harness and ride away the Busy Bee .walked off, the ,will pitch for the Stars. leyan Methodist church has discontinued Photoplay, born at Lebanon i .

\I the heads of the leaders standing like thatT Now amigo while tJere's I field and: refused to continue In the second game the Stars its work in this country Ind:, 57 )years ago. .

agape with great eye of horror. still time!" j t playing and the ,umpire declared will playthe Sluggers and in this Mr. Roberts had been a most ,I

That man had seen too much. In "Pasc'ual can hardly ride a mule. t the game as forfeited to the game Joe Casa will be pitted faithful and conscientious worker Joan
Crawford screen star
another moment his voice might begin Do you think he could keep hit place Lopez by a score of 9 to 0, against Robert Bethel. for many years and a worthy citi- born at San Antonio Tex., 27 The Never-Tiring
bareback of these whitedevils' II
to speak words that would bring on one The play in question was this The first game will start at zen and taxpayer it is said. years ago. GUARDIANof

}jail the men of the household lurch. way: Baker walked. Ubieta and 1:30 o'clock sharp. The umpireswill ,For several years he had Been
The Kid looked back and E. the
In pursuit-but.ate to be through Alburj both hit to short and both I be Aguilar and Gonzalez. blind and had borne his sickness
good friar In the act of leaping from II Dr. Thomas'! S. Baker presidentof -_ your
Jthe shadow of that arch and into the balls were fumbled and the bases! with true courage and Christian
the ,.
carriage which his \velj t en the Carnegie Inst. of Technology
'open road! were now full. Ingraham hit to I fortitude. I HEALTH
I" cumbered. But Rnbriz grapple with Pittsburgh, born at Aberdeen -
lie controlled the leaders to a the big man and dragged him back. pitcher forcing Baker at the KEY WEST IN
..... .... )Id., 64 years ago.
mere prancing walk nevertheless plate ,Kerr hit short fly to left -
"Stay with us. Pascual': crl d the a :
; as they went under the block of the Kid. *lf you leave us. we u. ye to center. Higgs came in and caught DAYS GONE BY wsiFmi" iiTHE: ICE MANWho

'shadow. stop and light for you. Pray l jr us, the ball off his shoe lacing. Ubieta CASA MARINAKey

"Good day se orsang" out a Pascuol'!" I went home after the catch., Higgs Happenings Here Just 10 Yurt appears like clock

guard saluting. threw the ball to third and the Ago Today As Taken From COLUMN West's Hotel D. Luxe = work every day of the year

There was no answer.There never TUB friar was too simple j see:! umpire ruled the runner safe. The The Files Of The Citizen American Plan = --- with a load of pure healthy -

would be any answer. this device, and dropping I Bees refused to continue playing ....................... 200 Delightful a...., _cia I .. _- protection?

I At a smart clipping trot he Bent instantly on his knees since I because they claimed the umpire PERSONALS .1. with Private Balk I I
he needed the grip of one h. :3d to A movement has been startedto YOUR ICE MAN Of Course
Saunders ,
=the team forward and as hey took ruled out at first. Umpire Evening DiMer ___ $2.01 .

Jthe bend of the road towards the keep himself from being Jounc d oat I said that he called, the runner create a new county out of that .MMr,. Receiyed..picture..\ } Never I II Lincneoa .._.,.....,. ,__ 1.50
He has to be defrosted. He
of the carriage, he raised the other ? never never> thumps
I section south of Dade county'and'
lower valley he heard R'ubrlz cry out cafe from"the starts, . ,. t, saw, You fyfan\; P>.. $L. ,Your :Afternoon ,
: Tea .... ....,. .51
,jn what might be called half f th-s that itonroe r. L
exultantly: "There'i' nothing.!' We're The ,chief umpire called, play part of count on the" Double( Cjhirif! ,certainly, . disap I U Carlo or whirrs. He always saves,you dollars And.cents
clear of them!" i gesture of supplication.{ : excL ming; I ball waited 15 minutes and I. then .mainland!!.,Redlands is the proposed peare4.eb4wm'aD; 1 j lble 1 10i "Mmt. or +
; ,
\ his tremendous voice :1 11" '" 1 t'
\fl 'I Palm-Shaded '
too I *new .1' Sandy Beach with
t f')1
name of the county. The I..n '
"Look called the Gum. raarSSltxLOST"
again! Kid.;"but rendered his decision. ,l Kate.j '
Fatber. '
"Almighty breath the 8
'I .ro It t '1 fit Casino CALL NO.
i jdon't crane your neck. And'beep The Bees first mayor of jioineste d, and Ernest
Busy scoredih, ;
breath of lightness into the odiea: II 1,,' '1: fllio<1 'I.7t'1GOLF1'CLUB'Vesterday. : '
P. Roberts'formefly; of Key West! Masseur1 in" 'Attendance
in the second. 'oA.,, Acevedo I
Of these good horses! Cite them run ; rfn'',' ,
"barelegged mold hag run out strength and give them co .ra?e. doubled to left. went,to,third, on now city attorney of Homestead ? PETER .SCHUTT, Mgr. FOR PUREICE
into thelroad'said: .. headed .au delegation'to Key West Reward !
Ratals. "He's"pointing Make the sand deep and soft c mug a wild pitch and scored on a field-
after us.'The two guards are beneath the Loots of those w :3 follow ! I er's choice. to learn the sentiment of officials it returned to A. Morgan, 1424 t

out there with him. Put the whip on s!" Lopez scored two in their half. here. The delegation did not receive Vernon Avenue Phone 106.

the horses! Make them gallop-for And Jie four white horses ; :ovc4 t i Albury singled to right and Ingra- any enzouragemnt The bond mar23-U

our lives, Montana!" worthy of their breeding ant. their ham hit one so hot through sec- issue recently passed provides $50-, ICE REfRIGERATORSMade

"No; they may be only suspecting. price.now,racing with equal e l des, I ond that the ball got away from : 000 for highways at Cape Sable BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

They'll hardly be knowing-not their ears flattened. It would .ot bean II Gates and Bethel in center. and the residents of that section
:yet!" said the Kid. "la there an easy race no matter win won. the and the" Chevalier Corporationhave STANDARD TABLE MODEL
Bees scored two in
alarm signal In the valley But now the wrenching tuggt ::. unequal expressed themselves as will RADIO FREE of All Metal-Equipped With
first of the seventh. A. Acevedo ,
i Still at a brisk trot he drove the weight of the carriage egan singled to center. M. Acevedo I,ing to remain: in Monroe. Send name and age for $500 pol-

4 1 team towards the lower mouth of the to telL struck out. Lucilo got an infieldhit icy. If we accept. Radio will be WHAT ARE NORMAL EYES? WATER COOLERS .
As it swerved through tlu ruts,
Valley of the Dead. And he heard presented free if you agree to
'Itubriz over the shelving surface c that after Armando stole second. Building permits in Key West Normal eyes are round, rest
make answer "Three shotsa Claims paid
- time between each one. That's half-made road more than c: ce it Brady hit a fly to right and Ar- for the month of February totalled represent us to members holding in perfectly shaped sockets, They're Economical! 100 Per Cent

the alarm." threw a wheeler out of stride And msndo scored. Higgs hit a fly back an amount larger than that for past year are properly curved and focus I,
"Steady. steady! answered the the reins and the whip of tl Kid( of first and Sweeting dropped the any other month in the history of $125.000 death assessments protection.less Costing than $1 together upon objects under Refrigeration Satisfaction

Kid.never turning his head."'There'stheruard mere busy constantly picking, this ball allowing Lucilo to score. Key West and the gain over the Write for observation. Delicate nerves

; at the mouth of the valley, horse and steadying that. At bat Armando hit a double preceding month shows a larger per month each $500. bank and muscles control their focal Priced at .

'Do you think we can ride them down,, lie drove' well though the was and a single in three times up. In percentage than that in any other details. Reference any power and movement.

JIateo Keep the dead body straight not his special art. But wh.n he the field. Hale and Carbonell city in the nation. The total here. Unfortunately few eyes are

Look to the lace of it. Don't let the looked back he saw that the t en of starred for the Bakers and Ma- amount shown in building permits FEDERAL MUTUAL ASSUR- exactly round and few eye- I $30 and $35
valley were gaining undo bted- ANCE
mouth sag. You hearT" chin for the Embalmers. in the city is 713925. sockets perfectly formed. Thereare
ly. and still faster the Indian who 1487 Shreveport Louisiana
The Kid saw the lean naked arm Score by innings: R. H. E. as many different shapesof '
rushed on a dozen .- the EASY TERMS
ponies ov. mar23-ltx -10 DAYS' FREE TRIAL
of the captain of the guard rise In a Bees ._ 010 000-1 5 2 as there
Busy of eyes are shapes of
higher ground on the left wer pull. The directors of the chamber FEMALE HELP
.Igoal-the other horsemen Instant. ,........... 020 000-2 2 4 faces. That is why
ly spread to each side of the road. Ing up. Already they were i most Lopez commerce at a ''meeting held at so many ...............sI
Then hi&h-pealing, he heard the i abreast A little more and they rould Seventh'inning was not a completed noon today approved the recom- EARN UP TO $25. Dozen Embroidering people require glasses.

challenge: "Halt, there!" be able to shoot dQ.wnrrom tt hillside mendation which has been madeto scarfs 'home, every .Have your eyes examined by '
The Kid stood up In his place. and cut off the retreat Batteries: A. Lunn and Ingra- the Merchants Association that thing furnished. Write Art Ice

"You goat-faced, chicken-legged It was the eye of Rubilz tm saw ham; W. Gates and M. Acevedo. this summer the half holiday be Embroidery, 924 Bergen Jersey DR. J. A. VALDES ''I I Thompson's Company Inc.

baboon!" he shouted, keeping the the promise of help, and the vc cc of Summary: Hits: A. Acevedo 2, on Thursdays instead of Wednes- City N. J, mar23-ltx Ortll.,.. Soft Ute License. ,
Rubrlz that shouted like Carbonell. Albury,
ten rum. Lucilo Higgs,
horses at the full trot. "Are you days. The change was recommended S32 Dual Street I
stopping the sefior himself" pets. Ingraham; errors: A. Acevedo 2, because in every city in Florida SALESMEN WANTED .
"Do you see, Montana? It L
your Sweet-
The gray-head jerked himself Baker. Albury the half holiday is given on
high In his stirrups under the impactof red mare-It is my black horse -and ing; home run: Ingraham; two I Thursday.Key INSURANCE SALESMEN for -
that is Rosita Santos. !
those Insults. but the name of the divine base hits: A. Acevedo. Carbonell. Key West,, $258. $500 $1,000
beautiful blessed! 1 strike th I rllll.'III.#:
"sefior" had the effect of checkingand i lips stolen bases: A. Acevedo; Life Policies. Small monthlypajment ..
Hipgs; ..........
that spat at you. 1 beat my head in West Rotarians are making : .....e..eoeooeoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-
bewildering. double play: Machin (unassisted). plan. $3.00 to $6.00 .
the dust before you. Child-ai gel- i elaborate preparations for the
Hale to Lucilo to Brady; struck spot cash plus renewals. 501 ,
glorious Rosita.for
your sake love, Ladies' Banquet. .
I annual Night
here the captain shouted out by Lunn 4. by Gates 1; walks: ) Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville ,
BUT I cherish. 1 worship all .omei:!" : I which is to be held at the Casa
: "Rubriz the off Lunn 1. off Gates 3; umpires: Fla. mar23ltxMISCELLANEOUS
It was she. beyond all doubt lookIng
take aim Halt, EI frtar-I! I Marina Wednesday night March .
small as a boy. and riding ike Capote. Gonzalez and SaundersToday's
i all indications there will HOME
Halt or we shoot the horses 25. From OWNERS I
trained Jockey as she shot her
you second. I own tine mustang out of a g p be- .........0.............. :be a large membership of the club I
The Kid looked in attendance with Rotary Anns !
wildly back and, tween the hills and headed foi them ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED ..
he saw the two friends seated I with the red mare and the black Horoscope and friends. Manager L. P. Schutt by authorized radiotrician.i .

danntlessly erect and betweenthem stallion sweeping along beside .ier. ........................ i has prepared a' menu which will Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela
the frail body of Juan-Silva I Blind men could have knows what surpass all former Rotary ban- street. Phone 866-J.
That nodding head, and the Another day and its '
now aggressive quets and the entertainment com- mar24-lmox
her purpose was,and the India: and ATTENTION
I partly opened mouth of the dead I the men of the valley were fat from child will be a fighter. A quarrelsome mittee has arranged a short and $0
man-might they not seem like life nature is not indicated buta
blind. The thin distant SOUl Is of snappy program. PIANO TUNING s
If no pause were made? reliant warlike quality;
their yelling blew like small orns strong, :
"Senor Juan.Slh'acried! the Kid. Into the ear of Montana. i rather fond of display always PIANO TUNER Laureano Moreno '
"Do hear him? Do County commissioners held a ,
hear the
drunken you fool?" you Here were three horses,to b, sure. ready to give information and to meeting 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon , Excellent piano for sale : 7.114 !IIClt t;: ,

"It is Rnbrlz! .By':the ..Mother ot But four were needed. Well s for I assert opinions. In a female, the to make arrangements for attending *' WV: .., \ 1018. ".Division'street- . ",1,1111, !"Iorn Mr. V. A. Johnson has ." *,'* 1"Ij\: 1
the mule of the friar. It could lever nature will be rather'ft1atCuKne'inits '-ri f y. aTi"BICYCLES' !L' rer- :
Heaven,it is Rub 'lJ! Where' are you have kept pace.' -And one of the white. tastes and action! hi.h' ,, a meeting before; thb"et, ..t J. ._ ; ., .r ,1u'' ,' 11() 'I. r i,. ., ';1" J]tfl9ii4l .

.taking him" t, 1'1 horses of the team had to be ucjd. _, .'P "i 'rf ginl'ering.'e corps'of? | the: wsZ' department ,. 'f' "" .. I'1io. 4 '

"Where Juan Silva wants him .f9 el TVho!could do It? Not the glr-And relative to a cqmplaint made . f. ',- ,. ,.- ,f;' 4'..... ., y ;' ':"J c appointed: ? : .
be. Eat toat and choke on m-! crIed red' LEGA'L'Sthe the,' ngler'i Club of .Mitmi .. V'I
Sally could be
ridden as yt by by
tel "RENT'btJe' ''Ho1 S :1ti
WE rDaT or !:
the Kid. i : 'di
none saving himself. And thei thatproblem' spout the eonstructionotbe: K'tr1o y -p.;
"On : s-rkifi ciHOKUM. > : )/'We'ekR at" ''all !makes' and t in connection
your own_ e.a4- yelled the repairs
i\ tint i IT toniT. across Steamboatgreek. .V;
was solved by Matej Ru ; bridge ; ..
captain."Fire!I" TWl.T1KTI1 JCUIClil. 'I patrii\ them with;Uu-EnameL Wecarry : ,,!. ,,',HI ";a.-<.:
brlz. C1KCIIT. MO: 'IIOI: ('or\- The hearing"will be in S
,.. x And then his voice pitched as high lIe swung onto the driver's seat .TI' ('IHMl.lll.PALI '. federal )Building in Miami. Those a'lull r 'supply''of' parts. :
as a scream almost he cried out the He A.NPKIZU CAhll. Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand i with loans by the Home Own- .i
leaped far out from It. landed on who will attend will be Commis- : "
counter command. "Hold Complainant sell them low $1.00
your lire! as as .
the back of
Hold you fire! My God! my brain's the near wheeler spilled va. sioners J. Otto Kirchhemer Wil per week.: J. L. Stowers Music 5 : ,
almost off from it and then righted \I.nF. CASH. liam R. Porter Braxton B. War- : ers' Loan Corporation. Any i$
turning-but-the senor- himself and rode erect lie fed Defendant. Company. mar 18-1 mo .
I'UIHJCATION and W. Hilton Curry.
And jerking his cantering horse to OUDKR OK ren
his hand behind him. *
laughhg up It appearing affidavit the
a halt, he saluted with all dignity like hill filed In by the above-stated FOR SALE '
a happy child at the Kid. sworn 5 home desiring such
ik bile the carriage aped past him, "It Is 1. Rubriz!" he shouUd. "I came" that Mary to:. Cash, the defendant Editorial Comment: A real estate : ; owner a :

and Instantly was out of view around have him! It Is my part Only the therein of the State named,of is a Florida nonresident , firm in Fort Pierce is adver- CABIN SAIL BOAT from Miami oi

the next bend of the pass. black will carry the bones of Pas- and she resides at New York N. tising that it is selling pieces of -Only a year old excellent' S loan should see Mr. Johnson.
And at the very Instant of passingthe \"., and that she Is over the age oftwentyone and
cuaL When you stop for Rosita therefore ordered Mother Earth. Terms presum- condition fully equipped
years; it is '
teeth 01 danger seemed to the God bless her-help! me only one In- that said nonresident defendant ably, on,Father Time. ready to go. Must sacrifice at
,Kid that they had accomplished stant to cut this fellow loose. he and she Is hereby required $35.00. Apply Gulf Gas Dock. e
'nothing-that all remained to be to appear to the bill of
The girl was nearing them.now. complaint filed in said cause on or One of the local wits remarks mar22-2tx ;

.done. Copyright, UJ t. harper Jt Brother) before Monday, the fat day of April that when corsets out of fashion We especially solicit, this I
lie heard three gunshots then. It A. I). 1935, otherwise" the allegations go
vac the alarm and now the Valley of raid bill will be taken as confessed some women will be in a ter- BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now ,' ,
RotiU sina* a na. Mvild Jf. by said defendant rible shape. lOe each or 3 for 25e at The i
..' It is further ordered that this order Artman Press Phone 51 Citizen business and look forward '
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l>e published once each week
......................,. for four rni)*..cuU\e week In the TIME Building. tttl8 ml "

,.. Acton adian railroad Ont. Died builder.Nov., 1,1.born HI:?at". I Key tithed West in said Citizen' CVJntv a newspaper and btate.pub- FATHER'SECOND FOR SALE-MISC. 3 i.' .' , with pleasure to serving therequirements < i

Today1Anniversaries .
Ihls ;sth Uy of February. U3$ ,
SI\K) ROSS c. s\WYER, UNION Ind.-George Endres, .

Clerk Circuit Court. 78, of this city became a father SEVERAL DELCO and Kohler S :. "' 'Ii k! : of those who : '
1815----Paul Leicester Ford his- Rr FnortK.NCB: l:. SAWYER, : '
Clerk' for the'second time within the light plants cheap.. Diesel 'En- ; .
... ..... {........,...i j torian and. novelist, born in New \\1LU4M H. MALONC.Deputy last two years when a daughterwas gines. P. O. Box 211 Tampa : '. t' tpt {!. t :

I John. } Bartram first i York.8, 1902.Shot by his brother, May Solicitor;; for Complainant.\ ar2-'-1C- 3.30. born recently to his wife 44. Fla. mar23-30aprG.13-20-27; :. ..1., will repair their homes.. :

gre an botanist whose :
gar Philadelphia was ..

km orld o\'er. born near I Ig65-Madison J. Cawein. Kentucky KEY WESTCOLONIAL I OVER-SEA HOTEL CAMP r.- ..
pa Died Sept HOTELIn .
nature poet, born in Louis- Operated by R. M. Ellison .. .
I ville. Died Dec. 8, 1914. 917 FLEMING STREET Bee FUkias .. c-**

ton Carlos Buell, Union : the Center of the Business I Rooms- Guides and Boats Available Co.i "
- -- Sooth Florida
ge orn in Ohio. Died Nov I Subscribe to The Citizen. and Theater District I With Raaaiac Water, $1.00 Sea Food-Fishing | Contracting & Enpeerkg i]

19 I Person; With Bath $1.10 Boating-Bathing .

LOPEZ First CI--r..pC'ool- I a PeneaWEEnY \Write for RMrratM, P.* I '
BENJAMIN RATES Phone 598 Wfcte ass EUea Streets :: :
Sensible Rates Offfe Ramrod Key
23 Schuyler -
> Colfax. India HOME .
Newly Rae std Accessible Rail Auto to of the beat"
and by or "Your home u worthy '*'
a congressman Speaker : .
Established 49 Years COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Now E'stipn..t Ramrod Key .
I7t Vice President born in New I .
Key Wosfa Oldest,. NOW.MiBSgMBM* Camp Boats Meet Guest ,.
Yor Died Jan. 13. 1885. a ce.
City. -
Amb Ia. ScrvlcoUcosisod Garage Elevator .
24-Hour eo NO CLEANER HOTEL, tUtess $5.00. Per DayAt.aiiea. -- ......*.................................................*..OO.So.0-.
Embalmer Popular:,Prioo* ANYWHERE PIaa -'
[$53-,Sir: Donald Mann, Can- f.o.q 135 IflllaJ q36-W ,",. -' '.

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.........................*......sss.sssIss.ss.sa day at 7 '
STEAMER OZARK I ROBERTS a. m. at 5:39 p. m.
Litany and Sermon. on Wednesday Senior A. C. E. League meetsat

SOCIETY a ,17:30 p. m. 6:15 p. m.
:x: : : COMES TO PORT Confessions: Alter the Wednesday .- Evening service, 8 p. m.

evening service. Weekly Services

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress FIRST METHODIST CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH; I Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Class.

Steamship Ozark, of the Clyde- Captain Veral Roberts, masterof I -- SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Friday, 7:30 p. m. choir re
'PHONE 752-J CHURCH hearsal.
Mallory Lines, arrived in port this the Ferry Key West, yesterday Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts. 527 William Street 'I

................................................. morning 6:30: o'clock from New I tendered his resignation with the Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor E. Richard Evans, Pastor (Colored) NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH

Orleans and after discharging Church Sunday school opens at Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Antonio Crimi Artist ferry effective at outhard Street Between Thomas
system once.
diGiorgio ,
cargo sailed for Miami and Jack- 9:45 a. m., under leadership of Morning worship at 11 o'clock.Sermon .
and Emma
Captain Roberts told The Citi- "Streets (Colored)
To Wed Miss Timpani In New York sonville. zen he brought the Key West Gerald Saunders, general super. subject: "The" Divine Urge William Perkins, PastorG. I A. T. McCaskill. Pastor
Tender Ivy, of the lighthouse i ntendent Each department meetsn Within the Mortal. Williams ,
from Matecumbe to Grassy Key. Missionary Leader I!M. A. Moreno, Recording Steward
department, returned from activi- i its assembly room. Christian Endeavor 6:30
own m. *
--- p.
and immediately his arrival Sabbath Schoof ((Saturday), 10 Mrs. M. A. Moreno Secretary
Antonio diGiorgio Crimi, noted, in Rome under the eminent master ties on the west coast of the !1 upon Worship services at 11 a., m. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock, 'clock.
&tate,1 I relinquished his to Super J Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
I comman k t
I and last night. The tender [ and at 7:30 m. The pastor will Sermon subject '"Beyond the
fresco painter, and the executor, Denturini Paperi, attended :intendent Eugene Demeritt, and p. : Church services 11 o'clock in Sunday service 11 a. m.
of the frescoes for the local the National Academy of pected to arrive early this morning -' bring both morning and evening Bounds of the Mortal"t le morning.Y. I Evening worship, 7 o'clock.

tropical aquarium), among other II'I Design and' the Beaux Arts In-:1' but came in ahead of sched'ule. r I came to Key West.ISPIRITUALS messages. The topic for the mon Both morning 'and evening sermons P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30 ,

outstandingworks here, left yes- stitute in New York. He won, ing message will be: "The Mes.: will be delivered! by'the pas 'clock p. m. ,' . .. ,,
terday by train for New- York first,prize'in a Roman exhibition!'i AT sage and the Messenge'r." Subject t",tor. -- Prayer meeting V t dnes. Bergamot oil equals carbolic
for evening: "Let Us Pray," or I: We mFday'vb'ning' I'at 7:30 every I acid in its destructive action
I an .examples s of his splendid work VISITORS LEAVE '' d'clock ay night at 7:30 p. m. '..1I upon
City..Mr. "
Crimi during his month's have been displayed'! in the foremost I "A Call To Pray. o midweek service. tubercle bacilli, and a new disinfectant -

vacation, will marry Miss Mary I galleries both here and I CHURCH SUNDAY Young Peoples' meeting at 6'30 I TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN is being manufactured as

Grace Timpani, of New York I abroad, notably the Babcock, Corcoran FOR ST. CLOUD o'clock. Miss Vanessa Collins LEY MEMORIAL M. E. I CHURCH I a result of this discovery.PALACE.

City, an accomplished musicianand I and Farreghi Galleries in I I president. CHURCH SOUTH -
By request of friends, (tourists -
well-known in New York the Museum Beginning Monday evening at
metropolitan Brooklyn (Colored
) I'
Rev. J. A. Cain, Rev, and Mrs. ), a service of songs and o'clock Rev. Dr. C. K. Vliet
7:30 Cor. Georgia and Division Sts.
musical circles, the marriage to I and also at the Sesquicentennial 717 Simonton Street
E. Bliss and L. Emerson, who I spirituals, will be given by the
take place next week in New York Exhibition held in Philadelphia : of Miami, will bring a series of Rev. W. J. Martin, Pastor Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor
were spending a vacation of one choir of the Trinity Presbyterian each night. Church school at 9:45 Jack Hulbert in
I messages I : a. m.,
City at a private ceremony attended several years ago. I Sunday evening 7:30 o'clock,
week in
Key West, as guests of thuich. Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
members of the oil and I with Ed. R. Curry, superinten JACK AHOY!
only by Crimi has taught pecial songs and spiritualv, Ser-
Mrs. W. II. Trout at the home visi.
on Seats will be reserved for -
immediate families and intimate fresco painting in schools in New Olivia street left this morningover FLEMING STREET METHODIST I ent. I': non by the minister. I Comedy antI Short Reel
o'clock. '
friends of Miss Timpani and Mr. York City, and is a member of tors.The CHURCH Morning worship at 11 Other services as usuaL
the highway for St. Cloud, Rev. de Barritt will speaken I Sermon subject: "The Power Of I Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: I5-25c
Crimi. the New York Architectural
After the wedding the couple League. Since October of last Fla. "Satisfactory Rehabilitation." Cor. Fleming and William Streets Prayer." : BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH ,
Mrs. who
Cain. before
was marriage
will spend several weeks touringthe year he has been associated with Miss\ Mary Trout, and two ........................ Shuler Peele, Pastor Junior Epworth League meetsat I
4:00 Mrs. V. A. Archerin Colored
south on their honeymoon,, the FERA here, and during this Sunday school at 9:45 a. m p. m. ( )
sons, will remain to spend a month 'PERSONAL MENTIONSister William N. Knowles, superintendent i charge. Corner Division and Thomas Sts. I
trip, returning to Key West at time has accomplished many excellent with her ,
mother. in charge. Classes for all Intermediate Epworth League II. R. Hill pastor Advance Showing
the termination of Mr. Crimi's pieces of work. lie is I I I
vacation, when he will resume lila I I known as one of the outstanding ........................ age:.. i j'I I meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs.. S. J. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. .

art duties with the FERA organization -: fre'sco'; painters of the country. FLOOR SHOW ATLOCALNIGHTCLUB l Louis, of the Convent of i Mornintw rbiI\ 11 o'clock. P iecein,- Charge.Young Preaching, 11 .a. m. I!
: People's Department 1 Junior A. C. E. : Easter Footwear
Sermon "Tht. Challenge) Of Re- League meets,
here. ::1 Kpy W't ivfll be glad .to welVbmc"Mri'anrMrs. Mary Immaculate,'!returned'todUy "
Mr, ,Crimi wash 'born in Italy : Crimi on their from.a short visit in Miami. igion," -, _ b meets at f>;yi ty) p. m. Miss Norma i t 'f
ij ij'I I \ beau
I Yatcs, president .hat an 'arrays ifunewShoe t,
and 'educated, there hnd in America J-eturn* heW the latter part of I ____ .t. I' : Intermediate' .Epwprth; .. League Evening worship, at '7:30 ,I ,, Fashionbave! arrjved :
lie studied B. I It. Trevor left yesterday meetsat 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda. I t '
painting 1 April.I
I , thi week America's
o'clock.. Subject j of the sermon: I 'I i ;?, .
)ine. Watkins, superintendent.Young .
There is a good time in store afternoon for a brief .tvisif'to (' D. ARONOYITZ I' Muarte ,ftylt-a, .for the coming
"The Grvatt"eed of the Hour. '
for all who attend: the dance and points on.the Keys and Miami. i People's Department I Easter i season, In 'all fbe ,favored .
Junior Woman's Club'Conducts floor show tonight at the beauti- meets 'at G:30 p. lr... Miss Mary Prayer and praise service each color 'combinations;. andchoice"materialsJ
Felton, president. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. DEPARTMENT STORE : I i' r
I ful Habana-Madrid Club, the Mrs. Hello Renedo and three
pride of Key West. children, who were spending awhile Evening worship service at 7:30 Young people's choir practice Visit our store and see the
Enjoyable Session On Thursday each Thursday at 6:30 m. 618 STREET
Five big acts including songs in Miami, returned this aft o'clock. Sermon: "The Other p. largest stock of Shoes ever displayed .
Side." Church choir practice each Friday in this city-it is so
--- and dancing like has never been ernoon.
The Junior Woman's Club of Cleare, treasurer; Mrs. Allan B. presented at the club before. Mid-week prayer service, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Now showing large selection II complete that we cannot find

Key West on Thursday afternoon! Cleare. Jr.. recording secretary;I Two orchestras have been engaged Robert Hart, draftsman with evening at 7:30 o'clock. of EASTER ,TOGS have room just fcr the been new received.Shoes that
Miss Annie Leis Senior choir will practice imme- THE SALVATION ARMY for Little Girls and
held a business meeting and so-I corresponding for the night which means the lighthouse department, left Boysat Ladies' Silk Stockings in Chiffon -
secretary Miss Florrie something afternoon for visit diately after the mid-week service. VERY LOW PRICES. I
; going on all the time. yesterday a
I and Service weights
cial hour at the Woman's ClubIhouse Vernon W. Walker, Officer ,
Mrs. P. E. Roberts, directoress.
auditor Miss Leonor
Ketchings, ; Louis Carbonell's Orchestra with relatives at Miami Beach. Phoenix and Kayser makes,
on Division street. I Warren and i'iss Anne Duncan, I will play all the latest dance Intermediate choir will prac- in Charge Babies' Silk Crepe Dresses every pair guaranteed, special -

The hostesses for the occasionwere directors. tunes the way you would want Mr\ and Mrs. James L. ice Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss 1002 Fleming Street trimmed with Geor- Monday, at per *7Qnpair

Mrs. Earl Julian, Mrs. Howard -{ Those present at the business them to be played. I who were in Key West looneY'1 I Mayfield Knowles. Pianist; Miss Company meeting (SundajKhool gette and Rose Buds, *_.M..... "_,,,'_..? t VfMALLINSON'S

Wilson and Mrs. Allan B.< meeting and social hour included I I The Cuban, Rhumba orchestra short visit with relatives left Su.can LaKin. Directoress. ), 9:30 a. m. each- SILKS

Cleare, Jr. Refreshments were,' Mrs. Millard Johnson, Mrs. Dumont Board of Stewards meets the Holiness meeting, 11 a. m. I
-i which Ls making a big hit herewith yesterday for Miami for several We are showing Mallinson'v
served, and bridge was played.' Huddleston, Mrs. Oliver I i their Cuban numbers weeks before returning to the first Monday of each month at 8FIRS1 Y. P. L. meeting, 6:15 p. m. 1.25 TO $2.95 Silks in a large variety of materials

Miss Dorothy Cleare won prize I j Haskins, Mrs. John E. Perkins, will be there to play all your faj home in New Jer&e'y.Atwood p. m. Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m. Fluffy Organdy Dresses -Hand Painted Chit-
for high and Mrs. Seabornwas fons. Whip Cords. Pussy Willows -
score Jr., Mrs. Isabel Ball. :Mrs. O. S. i vorite numbers.
CHURCH OF COD sizes from 1 to 16 Linens-and 'of
years, scores
awarded consolation prize. Long, Mrs. H. K. Taylor, Mrs. Sands, who went to PRESBYTERIAN

Decorations were appropriately Seaborn Mrs. WilliamA. Arnold, i Coral Wheel Club :r.fiaw to attend the funeral of a CHURCHJ. from- painted others. designs See the they're new beautiful hand-
HOC Olivia Street
green in the St. Patrick's motif. Mrs. Edgar Pangle, the Misses Enjoys nephew, Edward Chalker who $1.00 $3.95Little

During! the business meeting[ Edith Russell, Gerry Steaman, Outing died in New Orleans, returned C. Gekeler, Pastor Morning service at 11 o'clock. TO SPECIALS

new officers of the organization j Martha Carbonell, Louise Delaney, yesterday.Mrs. Corner of White and Washington Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. Boys' Satin Suits,
The Coral Sunday night service, 7:15 All shades Eyelet Batiste, per
were elected for the coming year Camille Pierce, Betty Curtis Anne West last Wheel Club of Key Streets o'clock. yard ....:.......,.___,,... 75c
as follows! : Mrs. William Arnold Kennedy, Mary Pinder. Leota night held another of \ M.\ E. Ferris of Washing. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. Wednesday $1.25 All-Over Lace for Dresses, all
service -
president; Miss Nellie Grillion. Florrie Ketchings, Annie: their delightful outings, meeting ton, D. C., was an arrival yesterday C. Elgin, superintendent. Evangelistic colors yard ..._.... _......,. 69c .
Louise Russell, first vicepresident -I Lois Hicks, Mary Falk. Nellie first at the home of Miss Florence for a visit of three weeks The Adult Bible Class. is taught 7:15 p. m. New Tom. Sawyer Suits 40 inch Heavy Quality All
Mrs. Sawyer on Eaton street.A I Prayer and praise service. Friday with and without Coats Pure Silk Hat 60
; Edgar Pangle, second Louise Russell and DorothyCleare. with her uncle and aunt Mr. and by the pastor. Crepe.
vice-president; Miss Dorothy feature of last night's excursion Mrs. L. M. Pierce Morning worship at 11 I 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet' I shades to select from, all at
at the homeon o'dock'i $1.50SHOES
li ...._.,.,... .
was! a treasure hunt. At Sermon: "The Powerlessness Of :ing. .. per yard ,50c
South street and her -
- - -- daughter Silk Finish Seersucker
members Miss Sawyer's home the twenty May\ who is a student at the Christ." I I Latin:-Mission- $2150: TO $4.95 colors yard ...-..,.*._.u, 25e
Church Institute Classes'A-Te were given a list of art- Convent of : Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. I
I icles to collect, with instructions Mary Immaculate. Sermon: "Escape From Death." I I Services Sundays, Tuesdys'andThursdays I II 36 anteed inch Printed washable.Flaxons yard .guar.. 20c

to; take them to the home of Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Roberts will re.1(r I: conducted by: Rev FOR THE
Tendered Last George L. Oliver, railroad S 40 inch Printed Voile, yd. 25c
Banquet NightLast pas. Charles E. Lazo.
Clem Price. I
senger agent with headquartersin cite the poem "The Ostrich, ENTIRE FAMILYAt JUST UNPACKED I
'school 9:30
Sunday a. m.
Prizes were given to the first New York City, who was in found in the Book of Job. I i iI lowest. prices and always !- EASTER DRESSES!

night marked the termination members of the organization. A people arriving at Mrs. Price's Key West for a short visit, left The mid-week Bible study hour .,I AL MISSION sold with All are new! Fresh and CoolS

of a week of Institute i!'splendid and special dinner was home. and the winners of the first yesterday afternoon for Miami is held on Wednesday at 7:39 p. II PENTECOSlAL a guar- looking for the Easter season.

Classes held by the Island City i served, and there was a thoroughly award were Mrs. Frederick Kirt.: m. The central theme of the Len. antee on every Shoe. Large variety of materials and
land and Miss Helen Claude : 909 Olivia Street Linen Shoes for ladies at becoming etyle. Sizes
enjoyable musical program in Wil Miss Cora Rendueles ten period will be presented, "The f I every
Young People's Union, which isi! left yes. Wm. Skondeen, Pastor for Ladies Misses and Chil-
i 1 progress during the evening. llama with Miss Mary Curtis Williams .. Mercy of God." I i per S ,
terday afternoon
to join 11 L
her sister '
morning worship,
composed: of the young members I, Rev. and Mrs. Holmes are leav winning; second prize. Mrs. Hoke Smith at Ports : Special services will be held I I o'clock.Sunday pair$1.75 dren.LADIES'

of the three Methodist churchesof ing today for their home after The Club then held an outdoorwiener mouth, Va. : each evening during Holy Week. : UNDERWEAR
and .
her driveto school for all, 3:39
Key West and sponsored by. their initial visit to Key West.jThey roast on the beach, and San Diego, Calif. I Sunday Boys' Sport Shoes, Lit- : For quality undergarments
them morel everyone present themselves I m. shop at the Store of Fashion.
annually. j i express themselves as expressed METHODIST EPISCOPAL Girls' Pumps and Strapsall
Sunday night evangelistic seer Slips, Step-ins. Night Gowns
These classes in which sixty-j than pleased with the Island as having enjoyed a more I
t City, Mr.\ and Mrs. Arvid E. Kellan CHURCHSOUTH ice 7:15 o'clock. new Shoes just in Dancettes, Etc. of splendid
three persons were enrolled and', antI have announced their inten I than pleasurable evening. I II ,
II I and Mrs\ John D. Gordon of Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and time' for Easter. quality just received.
forty credits given, were conducted -tion to return at a later date for Detroit) Mich.\ who : "EL SALVADOR"Corner NEW MILLINERYThe
were spend. praise service.
by the guest instructors,!'la more lengthy stay. Dance At 25 of Fast
Tonight pieces
u.i of'I'I I ing the winter in Key West and I Grinnell and 'Virginia Friday, 7:15 p. m., fellowship. new biggest line of new
Rev. Mrs. R. P. Holmes The entire week of the institute : were Streets Color Printed Batiste
Raul's ClubAccording guests of Mr\ .and Mrs. At- meeting. hats you've seen in many a

Miami Beach. I I classes, culminating in the ban wood Sands, left for their home S (Services in Spanish) I Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' and I 3 day. Easter models.I .-
: I! .
VitglU attended; aflnrnfuvt "B'I'!' held: quet last evening, was eminently to the number of yesterday afternoon. ; ",IJ-5undayt( ,school, JJB a..m.Pleaching. ;J t girls'! .church... . yards$1.00 I ,SHORTS' .AND'..SLACKS.
which .
was by all the successful. 1
: 8 New stun: and
irrnjr ,
reservations ; : Po m. .. ( L fcbipni nt ...
already i
made there
--- ------- will be a large crowd ,at the, dance: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Closs: I :MJ.t1 *n" Club jnee('s.lt.Monday. I. 3AINIIrfUL'SCHURCH' : New Waffle Cloth Un Pas- I .Blacks.just. received.',

: Liuett-nant Wm. Robert _. 8 .m. [ Shades rard39j' .Silk Zipper shirts to, ,.match
; to be given at Raul's *.: Florida : f p" ," |(; tel ,
Club yp
Cocktail Hour At I Club Dance Was on i n I I u' Slacks, all. lipe-
National Guam attached to Biblei IIJQ Y. ar tJr.er; ; service, fner..pua) and Eaton StreetsSunday ,cotyr'
Roosevelt Boulevard
I :
Itopight t .
.r:&! $I Ofl
Raul's Tomorrow I Eattery "E'?. arrived ;vthls afternoon Wednesday: 8 p. m. ,I Services: I -' --rrtTV*
Delightful 'Event Bob's Orchestra..iB.:IfumVJUa 9,., S i Our stock of La ies'. MissespareHlstoipfeftnfn"TeveTy
good program ut dance nv-isic for for a-wcek-end visit; with hfc: .J".III., fl'" 1J''" ,. ... 1 :t.ai1 ;. 7, 9:30 and ,ll a.' m. Seersuckers and Sport I }md bildf QIJg. ap--
0 family. ..IJ. : ', . ,:r. : !NI A. D" Benediction o'the f : 1 .
Raul's Club on the Boulevard The dance held last night at the the occasion. t J r. !; ,.r. iI If' 'Eyensong5pd Striped Material l, yard ;: 'tiei. -
I ... ...... ;!'Revs. L. Oser and Montero, i, )Most Blessed Sacrament. 8 p. j' tail. Everything in the store
will tomorrow afternoon be the I I Cuban Club sponsored by the I. Mrs. Clifford P. Meyer, who i is, Pastors 1 I 25c TO $1.00Large I will be specially priced for

scene of another of the gay Cocktail I Muki\ Muki Oh! Club was a gay Convent Circle! .To the season guest of her parents. Duval and Angela Streets m.Church school, 9:30 a. m. Monday. -
hours that have for some weeks and delightful affair, attended Hold MeetingThere Captain and Mrs. J. L. Watrous Sunday school, 3 p. m. Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m Showing of Ladies' I -THE-

past been a regular rendezvousfor mostly by members of the youngerset I returned tbday from Miami where Service in Spanish, Friday, at' Week Day Services: Dresses and Halt. We show I

smart Key West socit'ty.Pritchard.s I of Key West, all of whom appeared will be a meeting of the : the was guest for one week of Dr 7.30p.m.: Mass every day at 7 a. m. and' something. new aDd different STOREOFFASI ONCity's

in slacks. Convent Alumnae held at the homo and Mrs. Michael P. DeBoe. also on Wednesday at 9 a. m. every day.LaJict'
Orchestra has been I Leadi. Ladi.' StoreI.
These slacks were charming, of the president, Mrs. Lopez John. CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. Morning and evening praye and Children' Hot
engaged for the occasion to furnish I colorful and well-displayed, and son, on Olivia street, Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hall arrived daily at 6:45 a. m:and 5:30 p. m; in the New Spring Shade APPELROUTH,

dance music for the guests. several prizes were given during: March 25th at 4:00 this afternoon from New Smyrna Mary's Star of the Sea Confessions: Saturdays at 4:30

and in addition to the cocktail the evening to various wearers. o'clock. I for a visit with Mr. Hall's broth Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., p. m.

service; there will be appetizinglittle I There was a special program of A full attendance at this meeting er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs in charge - ---- .-. -

hors d'ocurves. dance music by a loca orchestra, is desired. I I J. E. Cherry._ Order of services for this SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
and the whole evening much :
The Cocktail Hour which beginsat !; enjoyed by the large number was in CARD OF THANKS I I Julius F. Stone, Jr.. Florida Sunday morning Masses will be 1017 Fleming Street

:5:00) p. M. and continues to i attendance. Emergency Relief Adminisrator, said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. R. T. Sawyer, Teacher

7:00 P. M.. will be attended as Most sincerely we thank al! and Mrs. Stone, who were in Jack Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m. 5 Sale On Congoleum Gold Seal Sand

usual, by prominent Socialites, Musical I whose Assistance of .whatever!I sonville for a brief visit, returnet Evening service at 7:30 o'clock:, Sabbath service, 10:30 a. m.
Last .
members of the winter residential Comedy I nature'aid! s' dnrin the recent by plane this morning. Sundays and Fridays. ,

colony and visitors to the city. Night Much Enjoyed illness and 'after the death of our I.- ; : ., ?I' S SAINT PETER'S CHURCH Crescent

loved one, Mrs. Lydia Pent. We 1 who) were spending' : few days in CHRISTIAN ,SCI. .NCE SOCIETY. .. I Rugs J JSi

Final Tennis Tea "l\Iii'S Chcrryblossom" or MA I especially wish to express our appreciation -I I Key West as guest of Mr. and .. .'-' '..;;..... "is, (Colored)

Maid of Tokyo," musical comedy to the donors of the!Mrs. T. L. Pmder. left yesterday I 327'' Elizabeth" Street.' ,, 'Center; Street, 'Between Peti'om

Here Tomorrow in three sets, was presented last : many handsome floral tributes I i*afternoon for Hollywood. 'Fla-.t Sunday school 9:30"aLnu" and Olivia

I night at the High School Auditorium I and those who gave the use of j; .and after a few days there will I Sunday morning service at .11 Sunday Services'. Si OHNSON'S

Tomorrow will mark the final to a large and very appre- their cars. Their kindness will I leave for the home at Lake Mo o'clock. I I laSs Solemn, 8 Evensong'ind a. m. : -Benediction :( *;

tennis tea of the season at Casa ciative audience. : always be lemembered. hawk N. J. Wednesday evening service at

Marina. These very popular Sunday -'I The comedy was under the direction -., Signed, 8 o'clock. I'I I of the: Most Blessed Sac a- wntb6x9 ensk

afternoon games culminatedlast JAMES PENT AND FAMILY. Mrs. Herman Deroeritt let J ft Reading room in'Society building ment 7 p. m. k
of Miss Crossland !I P
yesterday afternoon for Church school, 8 a. m. ft, $8.00 value .____ $4.50 and i
Sunday with the tournament I and sponsored by the Music Department II mar23ltxNotice Miami open Tuesdays and Fridays

final, and since then there have of the Key West High-I where she will visit with her sister fro-n 3 to 5 O'clOMIXED Sermons Week-Day at 8 a. Services m. and 7 p. m 7 / x9 ft., $10.00 value -..--..-.-...............
been several fine exhibition School. Miss Maude Welch and broth I

with more scheduled for this game afternoon Every member of the large cast j j j r To Subscribers er'and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mn I. BIBLE CLASS lass on Tuesday and Thurp- SxlOH fL, $14.00 value .-.._-_.._.. ._..-.- $7? Fer V

and tomorrow.The f handled their parts beautifully, I,I ;*!."... l_-prompt In Charles Welch after which sliwill ,|I 9x12 ft., $16.00 value ...-........... $8.50 and $9. 94|
exhibition matches this and the entire I paying go to attend a convention of t I Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Monticino. [- S
presentation THEATERBing
afternoon will include as players I delight: to the and was a I t1. c.rri..r to a.Iv.p.; you the Catholic Daughters of Ames 1 Teachers- MONROE( I/ 11
eye ear. H. .
pay.r11. Ctize.I
Mrs. S. S. Durfee. Mrs. Robert T. A colorful paper. ica in Jacksonville. This class ''meets every Sunday: Crosby-Kitty Carlisle
and interesting ..
parade S cent: a wV tor tb
Menner, Miss Mary Lou Hitt, :Miss\ p morning at the Harris School au
through the held -in- JOHNSON
S city was and veil it fnr FRANK
per to yo. 20cents. \OTICK TO T. P. \ i
Natalie Minnick.. Ignacio Car. during the ;U8 ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and
afternoon precedingthe Hit profit for delve ,- HERE IS MY HEART .'
bonell.! L. B. Burdick. Leo B. Stat and County taxes for women not ''connected with any: '
Warren and other presentation of the comedy at Inr it 5,e !nt* w_kv on eacKabtcn'Wr. now due. ,,ill b. delinquent after UJI other Bible Class and 'regardless 428 Duval Street Colonial Hotel'' BId;.
well-known the Mati.. Bale.. I0COTCISS''l520.11411kt ;.
high school and it too s ,
i was >> If a. U .ot paid I 1!April 1. 1SJJ. ,
denomniations invited
socialites. are to
much enjoyed by the spectators. liE lo.tt. Not The Cltfeta. L mart FRANK IL LADD. attend. trm, <<) 15-25 'i"'I .I'i
Tax CuU dor.- " '


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