The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 27, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Young: Member Of House Would i: AGRICULTURE ALBERT JOHNSTON, WORLD TRAVELER Democrats .Again Take Leadership On I


Clear Galleries In CongressResolution j' ---- Senate Floor In I
, AREFAVORED, Albert Green : grasped the rehabilitation idea and I : :Passage Of Measures

rlllll.4T.lI II I with. have cheerfully concentrated their __ _
Would Bar [ i j I -
I' PROTECTION 'OF FLORIDA'S. efforts in putting/ the idea over. '
'AUTHOR DESIRES,.. I annual visitor to Key West was a i i MUSICAL UNITORGANIZED ..111111111. Administration's
Public From Both Of : BILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT In the rehabilitation plans I VictoryOn
TO VISIT HERE welcomed caller at The Citizen however there should be considered 1 KEY WEST GARDEN I

Branches During Pro- GIVEN APPROVAL BY, office yesterday.For the fact that Key West has i IN I VERY ATTRACTIVEGorgeously Outstanding Issues
1 I no back country to develop and
From far off China come a LEGISLATORS

ceedingsBy letter to a visitor in Key West I i ifs..r.1 the past fire year, Mr development should be of paramount.the harbor facilities I ISLAND CITY beautiful with I Place Harrassed Leaders

expressing the United a State wish to and come in the to o The" Clasen. I and Mr*. Johnston have visited Key Asked what development would I poinsettias and other tropic.1flowera. I On Top Once More

prove of the greatest value this trees and shrubbery,
event the with i i. realized the TALLAHASSEE March 27.-: West in their Yacht .Unl...," J
HERBERT PLUMMER I time, he said that one thing which I KEY WEST CHAMBER MUSICIANS the yard of the Pattersonhome -
writer will to Key West
Protection of Florida's billion dollar I 1
il\f Aknorlalrd lrri ) except one when they Ira..eled would be a boon to travelers by on Caroline street .has
I at she "like palm tree *o investment in agriculture: year I TO OFFER MUSIC By HERBERT PLUMMER
WASHINGTON. March 27.- been
marble water would be to have the various attraction for hun- ...
much better than 1nr A..arlatrd Prr
A concurrent resolution. has been palace the through State annual Plant Board expenditure:of Floridaof by 1 in India and: other section channels in the harbor, other I PLAYED IN ACCORDANCE dyed of visitor during this WASHINGTON March 27. .
Juliet Bredon Lauru, well of the Orient. than the regular ship channels season .
introduced in the house by a known author whose address $210,630 for the next two] indicated by markers, and one I WITH HIGHEST STANDARDSLast Passenger arriving by The administration'. victory oo

young representative from Wit it Honkkong-ShangKai. Bank, years has been given informal approval During that time, Mr. Johnston well defined channel to a landing train and boat on the way to the McCarraa "prevailing w. ."
members of the
by many to be constructed, which would I Duval street, "tke principalthoroughfare
conii.i which if enacted into law the Peipin letter China which, i i. the was writer receivedby of 1935 legislature it was learned I .aid.\ he has come to realize that make the golf) course. as easily accessible week the Key West Chamber ," must pas this, amendment to the fi.e-b Uion-dot.

would bring to capitol hill about a dear friend now in Key here today. Key West.....-the' finest 'all.)'...* by boat as it is by auto-. Musicians were organized. The beautiful and artistically laid lar work-relief bill place the
The report was made public mobile.f rut garden scene, and invariably *
the most .wpic'h.Rle r ; ever West and of request and that all .''de lit* after' copies the plant'.board'': ou".Ii.....t aed.tlhe'water.<.f Before.leaving the- office, t sA tr... purpose of this: group is to offer I! ,I tke visitor slops and ask harassed democratic leadership of
erature < I
t encountered. scriptions ,pertaining any to' Keyv.West ; .t tgnth'annual'report- recently 'sub 'fer. the',l>et .fishi.g l ...ot...-fo>*4 Johnston expressed his appreciation -.. to the community of this: city inu-j,'[ M.manjr.question. the senate on top once mor .
mitted to the- governor,"were'eent! of the consideration which had tic played in accordance with ''t It i* estimated that during
The author i i. Raymond J. Can ..ddrell.r'1111111"1 be. cent her at her China ; to the 38 senators and 95 members in tLei United.States been shown him and his! party dur highest possible, standards well '. hundred of pkotoI Robinson of Arkansas. ,I! democratic .

non,'a econd-termer. ,Th. resolu. of the house, of, represent ing, their stay. They came, for comparable to concert: presentations -!I graph were taken of this floor bOil, end Byrne of
tives'who willnimeeti\ here'' next Discussing;, with, the publisher. I'CI-t..and relaxation and. the. op.. in cities u dwelling and the flower, especially
lion would bar the public from I month for the 1935 session the' changes whcih i have been"effected port unity for..these had been afr 'I population. considerably largerin the flaming red and South Carolina, his chief lieutenant -

the The asked since the FERA program forded in which the brilliant orange of the poin. face face wit'.
galleries of both house of appropriation to'be a way was In Europe; only musicians of were to
NAME PLANES FORGERMANMISSIONS subject to approval of the state's was initiated Mr.\ Johnston said incentive for his visit to the officeto j I extraordinary ability admitted I! ciana
congre*. that the West. are the most critical test of their
atmosphere of
I budget commission, is almost the Key voice his recognition of this, !|f into the ranks of chamber musi-
The chances of passing such a same as that made by the 1933 has l been entirely changed for the thoughtful attitude on the part of u'ans, it is .shown. In order to "'.IIIIII.AF leadership thus far oJ the ,Mc-

bill are very remote. Cannon legislature, and would cover activities better. the press and the people. ( qualify as a member of such a Carran amendment.
himself will admit that. As he I I of the board and its representatives There is an appearance of exquisite Mr. and Mrs. Johnston expect to j body a player mint be possessed : VANDERBILT AND

puts it: CRAFT BUILT TO SERVE STA i in protecting Florida cleanliness noticeable leave Thursday afternoon by rail I of a brilliant technique on the in-: lIad it prevailed the tesultmight
"None of us receive any kick : agriculture from "the introduction even to the casual: observer, and for New York, en route to the btiument .f hit' choice. lie must : have been disastrous to the

out of talking to an empty gal.i TIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA dispersion and establishment I the people seem to have keenly home in Greenwich.TODAY'S.WEATHER. also be able to interpret music in )i PARTY ARRIVED administration's legislative proiam. .

lery." of dangerous plant pests I -- -" -. -- -. such a manner that the thoughts The work-relief bill
Capitol hill has seen, however, AND GUINEAI and to control or eradicate such __ of the composer will be conveyed, IN CITY TODAY was
what effect such a bill would l lasts'* the report stated. i to the audience. In other words a ; f the first major proposal submit.

have on congressional proceedings I ( ,. A.I.... Preset The plant board with headquarters [ ] clumber musician! must be capable : ted to congress by the President,
. and only recently. It was I COLOGNE. Germany March at Gainesville also is : | o f analyzing the music before him I despite the fact the session is almost -

when Hucy Long of Louisiana,,27.-"St. Peter" and "St. Paul," charged with the responsibility of ,, I and then he must have a full com-1! (COME HERE ON BOARD MAG.,I three months old.

packed his bag after the "pre-{ airplanes:\, were ceremoniously protecting the apiary industry in Temperature I Jacksonville: to Florida Straits: man: <| of the scaly of emotions on i ij i NIFICENT YACHT ALVA; :j I. A defeat would have been coati .

,'ailin'I'8e"/ / amendment to the,i I christened by 'Karl Cardinal the state, representing an annual Highest;. ....... ... ......... ..84Lowest I Gentle ibis j instrument in order to repro- I
I to moderate winds j I!Ily, not only in loss of prestige for
work-relief bill was defeated and Schulte on the ButzWeilcr Hof income of approximately $250 .. .. ......... .....71 tduce the master's work, in hit HAD BEEN ON EXTENDED '
returned to the bayou country to 000, for some 5,000 Florida citizens . I south and fair weather tonight; :pirit. {' r the administration but also in the
I,i flying grounds hear here. Mean .. ... ....... 78 TRIP TO WEST INDIES 1
do a little private and personal: The planes were built for the from loss through bee dis} Normal Mean ......................... ..74 i Thursday mostly overcast. j I i In harmony with the efforts of probable effect it would nave :tiad
'kingfishing.." 'I Catholic Missions Society to eases. RainfallYesterday's i East; Gulf: Moderate southerly i the citizens of Key West!< to re-f t I I on tho remainder of -the .I'teo i.I i-

Lens Gone-House Empty serve station s in South Africa The report was submitted to winds I habilitate tie! city this orchestra dent'a legislative: program.
Word of Lon '.. departure went f and New Guinea respectively! the governor by George II. Baldwin Precipitation .0 Ins. I becoming fresh northwest is l being form(.... It will comprise Mr. and Mrs William K. Vanjderbiit I Dancer' Ahead
:! Normal! Precipitation .. .05 Ins.This : over west portion.WEATHER 1 j' and Mr. and Mrs. J. Gor.! democratichigh
Jacksonville chairman resident ; At the moment the
the rounds quickly in Washington I j Heirmann Koehl, noted ocean of retard r...rr. 21-...r tterUd only r-Iiyers. and it in ex-
with the result that the next day:I' flier who crossed the Atlantic the plant board. Other membersare ending at N ..Ik sale _I... petted that the chamber musician*j'
''Ki tiite. jprlterieV fir; day pat'krd.ah.1 .E.wefctvaoL'wiih-.Baron, von Huene- Ben..A. II.. Blending Bar ,. ; -Tm.rrow'. AhnatmC CONDITIONS.Prcssuie will elevate the musical sfnd' cul*.'this' morning-on '!.b?'Vanderblt'yt! o..eonCiden1 thal-t....tceniIlso.l,eten dv, i il

jammed with as many waitingin feld and James Fitfzmauricc in A. H. Wagg. Palm Beach;; Col. Sun rises .... ............. 6:23 a. tn. I tural lifeof" KeyVe
the corridor outside as in,! 1928. has entered the missions'air Harry C. Duncan. Tavares; and O. Sun sets ............ ......... 6:41: p. m. is low this morningoff / believed that the need for an outstanding he is also the master. I I'i i DOW on there'll be much smoother
service aviation J. Semmes, Pensacola. Members\ : musical body in this city}I l ailing. At the same time, h)w-
were sparsely occupied.The as an ex. Moon rises ..... .. 1:50 a. 10.1 l the north Atlantic coast, Kast-: t I
who serve without also will be met. | The arrival at Key West marks1!: ever, all are aware Jf the d.;..a-
biggest show in Washing, Pert pay are Moon sets ............. ....12:39 p. m.Tomorrow' port Me.\ 29.58 incheand!, '
"The noblest! feature of technical members of the State Board of throughout As yet t. no definite players have! the completion of a 13,000-mile'I' gem which lie ahead.
ton had clos.tI'clown Tide most sections betweenthe
Occupants of the temporarily.!gallery.\"'*. achievement is the spreadingi g Control. Rocky Mountains and Appalachian been appointed, it was stated today .'' voyage, started in January to the .!j' There were 19 democratic; acniatois -
press A.M. P.M.
Directed By Newell by the organizer Commodore* 'I who resisted all
compelled to remain at their posts' Christianity by "the help of Operation of the h High; ..... ............ :3:41.: region with disturbances: \ 1 \Ve.t Indies,. Central and South voted for the McCarrani pressureand
modern said) board is un : von Mietk-Liuba II. IV... submarine -
machinery Cardi- a
at all times, were struck by the, der direction of 'Low ........... ...... 1.:34 central over the middle Mi sis ip- American waters which was on i i llment. That recalci-
nal Schulte in performing the Dr. Wilmon and. salvage! officer. Although allll' many
fact the senate got down to the I I' baptismal act. Newell plant commissioner Barometer at 8 a. in. today: pi Ark.Valley and Texas Little Rock, a naval scientist he has[) of the most delightful trips ever '! trams within the ranks stand as avery

business of disposing of the work.:! The appropriation requested of 1 Sea level 2992. 'ville, 29.62 inches and Browns-.studied mu ic in Italy and in his II I made by the owner of the yacht:]I definite threat to the administration -
relief hill in the most serious i] the legislature was based plant Texas, 29.61 inches; while a. native Germany: and by avocation : he told The Citizen. I i ii I and may upset carefully -

fashion! since the measure first KEITHMORGAN board representatives said on the Lowest Highest high pressure area over the North I he is a general music director and i!i On this voyage, Mr. Vanderbilt' made plans at any time.

was reported out by the appropria i same rigid schedule of economy Station Last Night Yesterday Pacific States has spread eastwardover I a s general: director of church nvl- J 'carried an amphibian plane! which The economic security: bill
the northern Rockies Seat
lions ,
committee. I DUEONFRIDAY that marked the 1933 and 1931!) Abilene f>8 88 tie I sic, holding a master of music degree i I was used on a number of occasions NRA I legislation which is yet to bet
Wash., and Roseburg Ore.,,
Speeches for the most part I appropriations. Atlanta ... 58 78 30.38 inches. The on1mea'ur. '' from a German conserva-" to visit points in the interior o written the public utility }bill
were short and to the point. A The plant board: asked! for tory. He specializes the the countries visited. I stealing with holding
annual ; on pinno companies
t 1 Boston ....... ...... 26 42 able precipitation during the last >
glance at the CongressionalRecord appropriation by the legisda-j i and on the church organ snd has! One of the most delightful, and and the ship subsidy measure aro
............ I 24 hours has been showers andthunderstorms
i Buffalo ,
during Long's absence discloses , COMING TO JOIN PARENTS ture of $149,910 for salaries and 28 40 ; directed in his recreation hours, I ja II at the same time most thrilling yet to }be considered. Stiff fights

a striking absence off I for $60,720 for expenses of Charleston ........ 58 74 in portions of Georgia number of European orchestras I air trips was started when the! are in prospect on each one Cii
"laughter" punctuating debates!1 j AND BROTHER WHO ARE eration.'making the total of $ op.t Chicago ............ 44 5-1 and South Carolina and snow I In a few preliminary presentations jacht was at Valparaiso, Chili. these bills.

and admonitions by the chair to I i VISITING HERE I 620. Denver .............. 26 66 in the Lake Superior region an'l musical talent of Key .West I There the plane was unloaded I'I It is becoming increasingly, eti.
the galleries for order. i I The fummary of annual estimates Detroit ...,......... 34 46 Montana.\ Colder weather has overfread 'i will be given an opportunity toi from the yacht and the party embarked dent that members of congress no

Other Do Get Crowd ,! seen as necessary is j Galveston .......... .70 76 : the Plains States and. !i demonstrate special: 1 qualifications l for a voyage by air,'whichtook i longer dodge a fight with the new

There's been a change in the I Keith Morgan vice president Office of the board salaries Havana ............ 70. Rocky Mountain region with readings for appointment to the chr.mhtri them over the Andes Moun r dealers or the zo-called! economic
attitude of many senators. on the!' of the Warn Springs Foundation! $1(520( ; expenses. $1,200. Huron ...:... ,...... 28' :;4" down to 10 degree this morning -|I i'n1u"icia. s.','". ": ' .r.1 j jAll1 t lain! with their first stop at Meniloza.'Argentina. planners. They are ready fa!" "h1
office 68':,'l i 949Ka'nsh :: : in.: North DskQta. and, mnpcra' ri''] sConcerls'ivill''i :' '' ;':
question of speech-making since! of which (President Roosevelt Plant commissioner's: ,I iJaekeonvllle.: : : 'f i' >fl' presentedfunder'the showdown at 'any time. "
.v? still somewhat,' "'fJJQ
the salaries 3i 1 City'I"' ".o..C 'It' t 78 "' lures .are > w.j title'"bf'the"Key WestfMelo .irhrll'1hl're made straight, Confident 'f"' 'IAI'
advent of Huey Long. Sev-j i president is expected to arrive ,in $3.3GO"! $2.400,, > 1 they a : Both'
eral have not been advert in the; Key West Friday. his mother said Entomology, .salaries ,6.040. ; I KEY'WES'f\"r"-fi71:: ".. 84' 'I". normal over northeastern) dhftrjcVq; : <'iyv nourV'fhe!' -'firs -of aperies, flight fo Buenos Aires, the cal-{ Leaders of ,the ;administration8"
weather for )
while tle,
past to "making a play" to the, this morning. cxpl'nsl'SI5p. ..f11 .,. LittleRock' :::.. CO" , ;76": mild .season j jW l spring; ; and summer! *:concerns: %ital, and then across the River to in both house,! however; laee'lti!' 1 x<
galleries Loi( -Ank'ele.'S0'' : :; \= "' ,1' 6tl'itvi. prevail-, throughout the t\Q'\therp.' "ilt' be'Ihe1d in the red d ,Montevideo, capital of Uruguay '
and have done so. i During his in We t Quarantine, salaries! $34OCQ() ; f ,futujevjt future with! +-great teal''oPcon-
Hucy, however, apparently ban Mr. Morgan( will stay be with his par.; I(expenses $9.000.!, /I' ??+,. ,Lo-uj lIte:1: .:' !':. ,4S'1"" III, :."''G6 states and in the,,fniddle: Mi}1i it>*il'.','jjnw I ,announce, '1ft'" today..' ,. a'lJ, Then'!the flight back over the fidence. ,Vict ryl bn. the.Work-' -
pi Valley. :
barked many of these "off the tints: and brother, who are occupying t West Indian fruit fly work salaries Miami ". ....'.... tiS 84tinneLrotiar. G. $. KENNCIY.Officizl .t, [ ''w" .a. mountain. to the point of embarkation relief proposal has Btrengthtld; !
boards.:! the Collins: home on Vernon:[ : $7.680 expenscs }f'$*$.'f \ ::.::.3'l 6M in Charge,. OHIO"R'ESIDENTs' their morale tremendously.They .
There are senators other than Avenue, for the season ;| Apiary inspection, salaries $5-; New Orleans __. 70 R4 j: The yacht arrived at the Porter are frank to admit, .especially

Huey able to command a gallery!! -- ---.-- --. I 880; expenses! 4120. New York .... __. 32 50 I! Dock) for oil and supplies and I those charged with leadershiu -
audicnc however. Borah of I i Grove inspection, salaries $23-1 Penracoa! ......._. fiR 7R DEFER MAKING ON VISIT HERE was to leave this: afternoon for in the senate that there
Idaho still can put standing& room'i FERRY BRINGS IN I 730; expenses $8,300. Pittsburgh ... .... 3-t 54 Miami and then to New York. has been a revival of independ\

at a premium any time he opens I I The plant board also: requested St. Louis .. ... 5-t 62 I ence on capitol( hill. From now

up on international affairs. Carter , LOADOFFRE1GHT reappropriation of an emergency: Salt Lake City 28 -to TRIP TO CITYALL CLAIM THEY WERE DETERMINED .t LODGE OFFICER I Ion they expect to see each house '
Glass of Virginia rarely stares! fund of $50.000 for use if occasion San Francisco -IS 60 1 take a real hand in the framing

into vacant seats when it becomes -1 demands: Such a fund had Seattle .... ......... 36 50 CLUB GROUP TO TO COME HERE REGARDLESS I of legislation. The day when
!known he is to make a prepared -t Ferry Palma arrived from Ha- been set up previously ', but has Tampa __........ ... 68 80 STATES I WILL VISIT CITY congress: docilely swallowed all
speech. j vana yesterday with one car of been untouched for three years. Washington ...... 38 5t 'ARRIVE IN KEY WEST OF CONDITIONS suggestions sent up from the

fu gar. one of guano, one of cylinders I Under the law originally establishing Williston ......... 10 34 I White: House in passed they najr.
seven miscellaneous! 87< the plant board in 1915>> NEXT WEEKJ. I It M not that members of congrew .
CONSUUfflLORD i: sacks of mail and baggage. (1! and subsequent laws, the board is WEATHER FORECASTTill !i "We were determined to comet / have abandoned the President -

I Fruiter Yoro. of the Standard ;II J 'charged with protection against {t to Key West, and changed ached PYTIIIAN ORDER TO ARRIVE I Rather it means. congress

LEAVING TODAY I Fruit and Steamship company i iI u 1 disease and infection of Florida's ( 8 p. m., Thursday) Gerry Curtis director of t '' ules nor any other combination has made: up iU jiiind that from
due in port Friday from Philadel ; $500,000,000 citrus industry; the Key West and Vicinity: Fair work operations, FEKA received 1 'or circumstances were going to .,HERE" IN APRIL now on it will demand more consideration

I phia. will take on fuel oil at the ;: vegetable: industry with estimated tonight; Thursday increasing information yesterday afternoonfrom : keep, Uil away." said :Pr< .C- jK.j ;' ." J" front the, White House
I Porter Dock company and sail for j annual yield of $30,000,000; the Mrs. W. A. Lark ins, who i: Schriinpf.,of Cincinnati.. : Ohio, than it has had in the past. The
RETURNING TO POST AT SA- Frontera. :Mexico. i J| fruit and ntIt.?! industry, with estimated > hostess for the All States Club in ijand i Mrs; .Schrimpf. who arrlvecJi ; J. Winfield Russell, keeper o fold "rub r t4awv** charge so frt

VANNAII AS CUBAN REP. Yacht Un a\'a, Albert W. Johnston -I yearly yield of $47,000- Miami that the proposed trip to'i from Miami yesterday. records an4: seal .of Key West I quently hurled at senator and

owner, came up to the dock: j j 000 a year; and the bee industry. Key West today had been pos t.1(I They came last l week to Key Lodge No. 163 Knights of I'Y representatives apparently has
RESENTATIVE for fuel oil and supplies this morn- J tioned. I I I. West vent to Havana and! mitring i! a bias, has been notified of the arfval I_them fed up.

1 i i ing: and will sail this / : STONE LEAVES ON I One group of members from : their boat; CoBnecUonsrokf1anfcr'for \ : | ] on April lt., of Reno S.Harp .
I tomorrow for northern eVl'nin01'1 J l the organization came to Key'! !:ltismi arid am-e'i in"t by rail I, ,Frederick: '. al'land. )Ir,!I "

Domingo Milord Cuban consul l i'I Tanker Alabama of !! ] West two weeks ago and had .yesterday. : -., ,'M \ 's : Harp Is Supreme Chancellor o fg; 'FLY
at Savannah Ca.. who has been1enjoying ''I Oil company, is due in Key West PLANE FOR MIAMI I wonderful time. Mrs. Larkin' Immediately after their 'amvalthey Knights of Pythias and will be accompanied ''

an extended vacation : Saturday with! 25.000 barrels of | rt told Mr. 'Curtis that the party were guests of Mr. and Mrs. by a party of Pythians. _

with relatives in Key West will foil,I for the tanks at the Porter i I would arrive next week, probably, L. M. Pierce for luncheon took a This will be the first visit of the j.I OLD FORT JEFFERSON
r I I left over head of the order to this section I
Dock ride around the city and
return to his post this afternoon. company. I Julius F. Stone. Jr.. Florida Skowor So.tiarly Wind 60 Miles West ia Calf
)tr. Milord has been anticipating .i',I =, : Emergency Relief Administrator, the highway for MiamiHabanaMadrid. of the state and elaborate

a transfer to Key West his For Rent left this morning: by U. S. navy cloudiness followed by showers I BIG JUNIOR A tions it is said, are prep.ra.I' II-Pa.aearer.aplanLeave CommodoreS .
old home but recently received plane for Miami to be gone for a Thursday night; gentle to moderate for his entertainment.
advices to the effect that under 531 CAROLINE STREET fhort time. southerly. winds. DANCE Club Members of the committee on=I ,,Friday 11 a. m.

present conditions no changes will I 1st Floor Available April lit 1 i Theobject of Mr. Stone's visit Florida: Generally fair tonight; TONIGHTMOONLIGHT arrangements are: Morris Coe hReturn. Friday 3 p. m.
1 be made in the consular service, I 2nd Floor Available May lit to Miami is to discuss with Harry Thursday mostly cloudy followed Friday: March 29, 9 till I 11 ran, Merrill F. Sands, Jr., U. B.j ROUND TRIP $10.00F.r

and he was instructed to return to :; -Apply- Hopkins, Federal Emergency Relief by showers Thursday night and i in CU'BAN' CLUB DANCE Bethel, J. Winfield 'Russell C., C.J Reservation Call 620

Savannah and resume his activitiesat :: KEY WEST DRUG CO. t Administrator matters pertaining extreme north portion Thursday Tommy'* Orchestra Music. By Two Orcbestraa. Symonette, J. Frazier Finder and Miami-Key West IWrw.,..- Inc.
that port. I I (1 i to relief in Florida. .afternoon; cooler Thursday night. Gents,| 6De Ladies Fre. I Everett. Rival ,I -

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.POPULAR TOWN NAMES e e a e -at inate the $15 bracket. .South is be
jcbt it tfV [ats1 'ij : : : : to introduced it will not
__ 1 KEY WEST IN The 'Inside i WThe NewsBy Carolina's Governor Johnston is 1 bear that name. .It will be knownas
I appealing for uniform $3 tag State if
! a Fiscal Authority
Pubtlehe4 Dally Except Bandar By If someone were to ask you what is BEHIN--1---- OSCAR M. JOHNSON

Tilt CITIZEN l. P. AHTMAX.: ri'ULJSIHNQ: rr..I...CO.. INC. the most popular name for towns in the DAYS GONE BY '_-._._.._._._.._._._.__._._..__..__.._._._._._ pointing Columbia out and that California the District now have of ,;. anthinlr.nd what it Is..Its purpose that, !after, supporters all, M

From The Citizen Building United States, what would you guess? Happening Her J.*t 10 Year* TALLAHASSEE March 27.-/in favor of a sales tax it was pub- a $1 tag. .Charge is made that' point out is to even the burden
C rn.r Greene and Ann Street Unless had checked the in Ago Today A* Taken Front Zero hour news. .Roll of the leg licised. .However, one of the in the light of heavy gasoline tax.'t i of taxation and not to merely -
you up names TI.. File Of The Citizen islative'drums of battle will begin inot important cogs in the state the licensing of automobiles and increase" taxes.
vAIT Dally Newspaper In Key Welt And Monroe the United States Postal Guide it is safeto to be heard Tuesday. .Ninety- chamber's official set up stated to commercial vehicles should not

County. say that you would not hit upon the five members of the house and 35 the writer" that many of the members designed" to provide revenues. bt'l Because! of the known aversion
:nt red at Ky West. Florida as second dUI matter A real estate transaction was l equally august members" of the J voiced their favor of a sales Most states having low tag ,
right name in a dozen guesses.Of I lor the legislature;] against the creation -
consummated yesterday hereby senate will settle down to a six' tax only and if' it was not merelyto censes however, have the power!1 I
i of new boards it is: not impossible
course Washington would suggest a prominent New York capitalist ty day grind heralded as! the most 1 relieve real estate of all taxa to bond for roads and other purposes -
.. (I that the proposed! plan'
.I.k. IN A..clatN r..e. itself, also Springfield, possibly Paris. But became owner of a valuable tract gruelling and far-reaching in' tion. not enjoyed by Florida, that I IFlorida.s
Is exclusively entitled to use ning hoard bill will be changed to
.I.e Associated Press II
The seller I
of land Big Pine Key. -
on economic importance in the state's J policy will
of all dispatches credited tIt of '
:.r republication news none them i.the leader, although I be titled "The Governor's Advisory
In and alha .. was J. T. Knowles and the con '
or not otherwise credited this paper history i not stand such tremendous loss as
( local news published here.'NATIONAL Washington stands in the second rank. sideration involved was $6,000. It II I! Florida's effort to 'secure a I would follow a $3 or a $1 license'I Committee" and after all is said
is understood that the land was slice of the motion picture producing I and done that is all it will be-
The most popular town name in the A sort of flank movement incidental -' fee. .
.The !-
EDITORIAL) purchased for the sole purpose of { business is a serious one. . nothing more nor *" present
JJ ASSOCIATIONsiuscmiTiox, ) United States is Clinton, of which thereare constructing a hotel on the site and to the real battle will be : Governor Sholti !Is giving much planning board is an unofficial

<=/yL..e.nt..t..eI 9,] 5 30 having postoffices.Next in all probability work on the initiated housemembers Monday assemble night in, caucus when! time in connection with the drive. If a state tax commission; ;bill body financed by the FERA.

structure will be started in the, Several conferences have already 1-----
.Joe Year ___...... ... ... _i ILATES i..__11 .0. comes Chester, Florence, and near future. It is understood also I to nominate a !speaker speaker 1' been had with him and the full coOperation -I
._._ . . 6.01 pro-tern and seventeen elective attaches *
Fix Months of '
the state
i i i iThree Washington with 28 towns of each governmentis 1J..IIIII'.4T11114
Months _.._- .... .. J.n name; that many other developments" are I from chief clerk down to
On* Month _-_ ,_. -..-. il I then Clayton, Madison, Marion and Troy, scheduled for the key" and activities I planned. .Under a constitutional -:
Weekly __ .2* I will begin.J. page. i amendment enacted last
ADVERTISING a RATES I: 27; Glenwood, Kingsport, Newport and soon 1 November producing companies
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Made known on application.<< Salem, 26; Ashland and Centerville, 25. T. Waters auditor for the Under the constitution the legislature ,starting in Florida from July 1, Better Light-Better Sight
SPECIAL: NOTICE convenes on the firstTuesday 1933 to July 1, 1943 are exempt
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution ef There are 24 Clevelands and the same Gulf Life Insurance company of after the first Monday in
from all of
and forms taxation
notices\ tie. mill be charged for any -
rt.ituary att
fepect: Jacksonville Mrs.
accompanied by
e rate of :0 cents a line. number of Springfields, several of them } April, to continue for sixty days, including finished product
, VoMrrs for entertainments by church from which Waters, left yesterday afternoonat which that this it will
being important cities. Other year which California now threatens to
la be derived S alia.. names range '
I revenue to are cents the conclusion of a visit of one down
The CltU.n U an open forum and Invites discus from this fold 1 up May 31, earliest in many ,tax to the tune of about $35,000-
number downward. There Is delightful
11..1cf pcbllc Issues and subjects of local or general week. They found the city a years. .It so happens that the I i 000 annually.It 25c And
"action i'ret but It will not publish %nonymous common* only one New York, but two Chicagos, G place to live the Key first Monday in April this year

Philadelphias and 8 Detroits. Westers a most hospitable and ( falls on April 1. .Under no circumstance per monthInstalls
lovable people and spoke in the) is generally believed that the
the legislatureever
The outstanding popularity of the of in the can collection of occupational taxesis I
terms everything
jcity. j
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN meet earlier than it is meeting complete with a duplex
name Clinton is somewhat difficult to un- 1 this fadly lacking in many counties
derstand I year.Indications_ . .These are now largely collected -I outlet and 60 watt bulb the
although two statesmen of that i IS
WILL always seek the truth and print it Dan Stewart negro, charged by the counties. Considerationis .
be- famous PIN.IT-UP LAMP.
name were very prominent in the early another point to a race I
with the murder of negro now being given by some,legislators S
without fear, and without favor; never be days of the republic. here a few weeks ago, was given tween the- senate and house as to j to the thought that if these f' il

afraid. to attack wrong or to applaud right; George Clinton was the first'governorof a hearing before Judge Hugh which will first produce. an appropriations (taxes were to be collected by the l IT CAN BE PINNED UP ANY HEREf'
bill. .This
Gunn this morning lIe was found speaks comptroller, at'lel'st., II'S &
always fight for progress; never be the organ present > y, '41
the state of New York ,amj- was vice- over for the next term of circuit well for getting: this most controversial there would be a' 'substantial increase -",- J't' .,
or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, time measure of every session in income from this -Also- ,;
president of the United States at the court. I source .., '
faction or class; always do its utmost for the of his Hist ______ I' quickly out of the way. .After both for counties and the state. . .
1812. DeWitt
death in
nephew, of the senate and house
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or ; L. 'I.. Chandler resident of report State and county occupationaltaxes '
Clinton, was also of New York committees, it will into conference down. rAnd
governor Dade" county for the past 19 years, are paid 'at the same time
Injustice! ; denounce vice and praise virtue; and also governor of New York and an unsuccessful was a visitor to The Citizpn office with a view to harmonizing't now through: the county tax col S 25c .

commend good done by individual or organ candidate for the yesterday. Mr. Chandler talked of i differences. .If this is impossibleboth lector.
presidency, bills will final monthInstalls
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and the proposed new county and stated go to passage i per
being defeated by Madison. that the people of South Dade] and then a general conference I
opinions print only news that will elevate There is no question but that
committee will be from
Whether it be through the fame of were not unanimous in their views] appointed there I complete the wonderful
will be reduction in the
both houses to iron out differences
and not contaminate the reader com-
; these statesmen or the euphony of the on the proposition. On the con . .Indications, also, point to the automobile license tags to elim-I READY LIGHT UNIT.
promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS trary there has been formed an
name itself, Clinton is the favorite name of possibility that the legislature will I
association! for the purpose ISIs
for towns in the United States. fighting the proposed county. Mr.i not see eye-to-eye with the budget PALACENina
Chandler feels and will urge that board in providing salary increases'and See any of our employees regarding these
upping of departmental allowances Gombell-Gavin Gordon in
FOR KEY WEST THE DEATH BEAM NONSENSEThe Key intact.West should keep their county I. recommended. WOMEN MUST DRESS ] I lamps, or see them on display our display

I I Comedy and Short Reel I room.
old radio death beam story is in At the session of the l(>gi Twenty percent of every tax
ture which will convene n?la.1 dollar collected in Florida from Matinee: lO-15c; Night: lO-20c I
1. Water and Sewerage. circulation again, with the French German g
month there will be planned a j whatever source goes to state government -
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- and British armies each in "posses ptrfi'tent i campaign in all partsof including levies for prisons I This Special Offer

land. !ion'" of the secret beam that can be di- Florida and it is expected that !!, pensions, hospitals and educa KEY WESTCOLONIAL

dected at an airplane miles in the air, to Key West will do its part tion..Ten percent goes to the HOTELIn i LimitedtoAprillI
3. Free Port. federal government and the remainder I
halt its engine and explode its gasoline Editorial 1 Comment: An oil in. fairly evenly divided he1 -
4. Hotels and Apartments.. the Center of the Business
tank vestment which will bring great'dividends tween cities and towns and coun- I

5. Bathing Pavilion. That it goes its merry way in con. may bo had by invest-!j i I ties. and Theater District i YOUR LAMP TODAY '
ing a few cents in oil and pouringon I
6. Airports-Land and Sea. First Cla
vincing to the fears that **-Fireproof-
testimony hedge
pools and in the cisterns. State: Auditor Bryan Willis will
7. Consolidation of County:_and City Senil>U Rate I
mankind. Sensible people will reflect that I soon report to the governor and

Governments. revolutionary inventions are based always The Y. M. C. A. basketball I: ]legislature one of the most complete COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I The West Electric Co. .1.1tif'IIIIIII.lI.lIIGII
team from Miami arrived this and interesting statistical
upon known facts and that no barrier has morning and the members are symposiums on the tax structureof Carafe Elevator

"The President Vanishes," from been known to prevent authentic news of rearing to go to the scrimmages the state counties and cities Popular Price }
important discoveries.Of tonight. The game is promised to . .If there is any answer to be
Washington and was seen and heard at I ==
be of the most exciting that
one had anywhere to any inquiry regarding -
course, everybody knows that engineers --
the Monroe. will be played this season as then, tax matters assessments,
have long sought a method to concentrate men are a husky bunch and are income etc.. it will be had out of 1111.l11.l1t.

radio waves, and other waves, in considered worthy opponents to this constructive work which has
What are the three things most! neces- test the mettle of any of the teamsin been in process of completion for
long thin pencils in order to transmit
sary in Key West to bring about its rehabilitation Key West. They will play the many months.It .
them to distant receivers. Everybody High School team tonight.
? That's the question. What's ?
knows, also that beams widen' from a is expected that before the
the answer? Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Oliveros NEW WALL BOARDLARGE
J the state I
searchlight and' that other rays do the Jr., announce the birth of an fight- auditor legislature will adjourns be able to submit an
same. pound son at their home in tho

An educator says college men forget We call attention to this yarn for sev- :city. interesting tration of the report state on the ho adminil-I! ,

half they have learned within six months eral reasons one of which is the suspicion I The board of public works has j ji i Raiford in recent years.. STOCK JUST RECEIVED ,
after graduation. The other half is prob- I vine has it that it will be plenty
that it won't be long before those inter- a force of men now at work pour j

ably forgotten before graduation.If ested in trouble between the United States i I ing oil on many of the thoroughfares i ii interesting. j S i '5

will be telling us that the Japs have the ,i layer of of sand the city on top and of placing the oil a I I Last week the state chamber of I '/i. thick Weatherwood Densboard, so thick that it can be nailed to c:

the new bridge rules couid have included mysterious death beam harnessed. At the : giving the streets a smooth fini'h.I t I i commerce announced the result of stud without having to ,sheath back of it. Pretty' brown color. Comes in : S
extra slam bonus for the house- its poll of members on the question
an same time ignorant Japanese will "know"that .. sheets 4' wide.
of sale tax legislation. . :
MOTHER < : e
wife who bake good cakes it would be the United States has tome new and SHOOTS I The, results were- overwhelmingly
<%jf>Xlti r='-; --- j. ; 1 ',' Price 12' Lengths ,
easier to husbands .:.
get some to take up terrihl i l iigine of destrufta'oil! .* :.VANCG UVER. B. C.-Miss

the game. Mary Collins of this City was fore*'1 1I Per M ,.....,. _............._...............
CONGRESS SEEMS INDECISIVE '.J I ed to shoot her mother lax ''the.. OVERSEA HOTEl e Price 9' and 10 Lengths :
\ .
: "' '
the went Jn-. ,
Another,,upset in weather predictions. '', : ;[' .- : th'oulder'when fane and attacked her parent with a carving 917 FLEMING STREET S : ":4 Per M ...... ...s........_._...._........-.__.._..

:March came in like a lamb and is going For about twelve weeks thc people,Sf I knife. I -Roogst.> ,\ %* Price 4' Lengths

out like a lamb. Only four more days of the United States have witnessed; the Congress ' I With Running''Wa'teVj: $IOO; i** Per M ._ i
Person With Bath. $1.50
March and you don't hear the roar of a struggling to secure effective actionon MONROE THEATERBen PeriODWEEKLY '

lion do you? Or is the weatherman holding any number of public issues. Lyon-Thelma Todd in a RATES 1 Jji" thick Structo Board, absolutely smooth,
LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE than the above, rigid and strong, 4' wide.
Newly RenovatedNew
out on us? That little has resulted is apparentbut Edward Arnold-Peggy Conklin e
EquipmentNew '
the cause is not so patent. Over- i -in- Management Price 12' Lengths

"ratterYinchell writes that Empress whelmingly in the control of the majority I THE PRESIDENT VANISHES I NO CLEANER HOTEL Per M ....._.___..__..._ ._..._ $

Elizabeth of Austria smoked big, black party one would have thought that some I Matinee. 15-20c; Balcony Night lOc;15-2Se Orcnetra. *- ANYWHERENotice I II I S Price 9' and 10* Lengths
cigars and broke six hoops in one boundas disposition could have been speedily madeof I _____- o. -- - -- - Per M .. ......... ..._...._.._.....
an equestrienne stunt. And Queen public questions.We .
many sS Price 4' Lengths
Isabella of Spain boasted that she had have desire to into the k5
no go Per M ... -..... .._.._...._--
only two baths in her life, one when she merits of specific legislative proposals but

was born and the other when she was it would seem plain that Congress, if not in S V&" thick Weatherwood Ivory Tile sheets, is
U. S. Bondholders
married. Undoubtedly a third bath not favor of the legislation proposed, has had I to : I II I gue and grooves together. No stripping necessary. best"S.:

recorded, was given her when she died. sufficient time to reject what it does. not necessary to paint it. Makes a beautiful wall

Not much for posterity to remember to like and suggest something l else. I i : 24"x48"; 24"x32"; 18"x48"; 18"x32"

their credit. ,to The Secretary of the Treasury advises that $ C Price Per M \

HOLD YOUR FRIENDS 1 I the conversion.privilege on called Liberty bonds Vjs Sq; Ft. .---.-.----.....-.-....... $
Hope that southeastern Florida will I
will March 27th.If .
be given more adequate consideration in There are probably a few people in expire on I You should visit our store and ask! to see these

future allotments FEUA relief funds is Key West so interested in living their own S revolutionary, and will provide a type of finish that

being expressed in confidential circles. W. )lives as not to be interested in regulatingyours. you are the owner of.any Liberties we .. e economical cost. '

II. Green, regional FERA director, has If you know one of them and can will be.pleased to have you consult u:. j jI

presented his superiors with a convincing claim such a friend, hang on to the friendship ., I

,tatistieal: survey which is apt to swing by all means. !

opinion in this direction it is reported. Life U usurped by friends who have I Florida Contracting &

Heretofore the FERA head office has axes to grind or fish to fry. They will THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK :

leaned toward the belief that a phenomenal worry you to death and forget where you L

tourist season k all that is i needed to i 1 lie buried. Your memory will last no OF KEY WEST
I "Your home is worthy of the
put everybody on payrolls. Green's longer than that of the good mule that I
MembeA of the Federal Reserve

figures are said to prove otherwise.-Miami I died young. Don't waste your soul on. II ..e..e.e................................................:

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*, ITNOrSIS. James Milt KHmton .III.*., comb made the flat statement that I ....._..........11....... is IIEItl:Hr OIVEV that Editor The Citizen:
perfectly food key Stimson was not only at the
little James regular biennial se..i..s! off I
la* Ik. mU/orlMH to It 6ro 0atif : was glad 'of your article on"Supporting
among doffs uncommonly and mightily gifted but INSTRUCTIONS the Legislature I Florida to ron-
N. II I \ -n* In April. 1 35.:>> application will the Church, or
la.l gild ramify friends tComrord. beyond the shadow or a doubt one
Ka 'fIJI' U mare dot lie made for the pasnaicr *>t a spa Churches"' but some may ask
fro than Uurfc 4 nut L m do. hut of those rare darlings of the gods PIANO-All grades. Thorough inrtal or Wai law. the substance
Ana crptnliird I*.U J.... talker predestined by the Powers on High I struction. Specialiiing in be- which will M a. follow: otl What' church?-as there are to
.cent t. KH. (*. "0"'* mofkernttAiotmtlv <" AN ACT Rrlatinir to Fiermany. I have been living: on Eat-
,era \ f.rmljr .,." -I on street within a stone's .throwof
tee "olranCflrrlrd torka fame and success. erts Studio <- thrvalidating KiUtrnr* of such
( fkoM to ""rll. . lor the talker to evict krr/ Although the Judge Joked Irreverently F. E. C. DEFEATS DIAMONDBALL NAMES OMITTED street mar -7-29x and Declaring flu Boundaries, : I am living near the Convent and
about the sainted dead was II Providing for Its t:> \'eminent. '
wo'men In their Interest and for the ApiHMOlment of a t the Roman Catholic Church.
as one with the BICYCLES
Chapter Three In Dr. Jim's orphaned son. Indeed LIGHTHOUSE TENINDIAMONDBALL GAME TONIGHT IN GOLF MATCHBy __ for.Ifctard And of filling OoniinikRluiirrs the l'omptonaat there I The ordinary person who has

JUDGE HOLCOMB the Judge became so besotted that WE RENT by the Hour, Day or tlon of said Commissioner. Defining been brought up by parents who
the probably entirely apocry the Duties I and is.wemof : attended church, might ask
story no :
mother Week. Repair all makes and
| SHOULD think carryon such Hoard; Levying! Taxes
phal spread through New Concord paint them with Nu-Enamel. We. and SMfUI,. forKterglades I What church shall I join or at-
a little longer until He sent that be bad been in love with Molly I I I Drainage District tend How do I know which is
James There will be one game of dia-I There seems to have been a mistake carry a full supply of parts!t upon the Land therein, and
for too.said practically. Stimson.A
me. Ewing Agent for the Rollfast Providing for the Collection ofsuch best?
mondball between made in a couple of the pair I Bicycles I.
twouldn't be Is that ON THURSDAY EVENING tonight two I Tae andAmending S ...
1 tole you It manners more likely explanation -
ings for Thursday's match. The and sell them as low as $I.00 ; ChapterA Then there are Spiritualists and
I m cuts .
the Judge was meant to have at least teams of the Senior League at the I I : 14717.ActB
Aunt Lou replied. And enny ARMY WILL CROSS BATS correct information is Grooms and'1 I per week. J. L. Stowers Music'! of 1931, a. to the Mannerof Theosophists and other doctrines
a dozen children. As the u.gOYernor's I Park Field. j I : hales of Lands for the Non
ways now could I and your grandma Bayview Ketchum against Malone anj Fred : Company. marl 8-1 mo of men. How can I know if they
law partner he was often at 1 I payment vf such Taxes and A -
and your Aunt Sarey git along with the Stlmsons and caw much of the WITH BEACON BOYS; BOTH The Athletics will cross bats !! Ayala.! Then in the next four- : ".'"!'m"III. To I'roti.le for the! are better than Orthodox Christianity -

out no tittle boy in the house" little boy: the prodigal affection that I I TEAMS IN GOOD SHAPEBy with the !slipping' Busy Bees In I some it is Timotheus Pittman and ;, PIANO TUNING ColUrtion.\ rnsnient of" at such the Taxes name time ands ? I have been thinking onthis

"Hut I'd come back and visit yon should have been scattered among a I i iI this game the batteries will be !(I Louis Cruickshank against Horace :I I and in the name manner as subject and I would love to

dozen centered on James. I - Gates and M. Acevedo for the;.O'Bryant and Charley Salas I Ii l PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-1\[ state ItealinR and Section County 7.Taxes 9-41; nanswer In. the question. I will venture
orten and often. Honest I would. :
Most of the women accepted theJudge' I Bakers and Ward and Rubberman i I i It is hoped this will clear up the I t reno. Excellent piano for *ale elusive: 49-51 inclusive 5*. ST. to give this answer: Ask
Aunt Lou explained that anyone pronouncements concerningthe ( JOVE) Garcia for the A's. i misunderstanding.( I cheap. 1018 Division street. I 5?, '0, II II h-"t'("II on (a) of See- God. But how will God answer?
: linn fcl .
I i- 7 ul
allowed the great privilege of entering The Social League had another I mar20-lmo Intluxite. ,>- By his word, the Bible and also
hope of the Stlmsons without This game i is scheduled to start seitinn i (It) of S ition 48. .
Heaven was never permitted to cavil or question. Not so Miss Julia (Tame scheduled at the Barracks at 7:45 o'clock sharp and the I!I SWINKY SWANKY -.- 71-79! in.-luHi\e. 81 i Ii:. 84.100 In- I by our own experience.

depart 'Ceptlng r. cone the Devil Pratt, his great friend and near between the Lighthouse, Depart- umpires will see to it that the contest I MAKES PROTEST FEMALE HELP-SALESLADIES : 1!; :;rin't for Mid I the Art Maintenanceof of 1931: What church people whom you
neighbor. Miss Julia gave it as her ment and' the Florida East Coast!' starts time. !I Works heretofore .onlltru'tknow live God-like lives? Join that

and "you know what happened to belief that the poor child was pursued ten, and the Beacon boys won by on r Editor, The Citizen: $15 WEEKLY and your own I ed l.>' Iro\idinK KterKlades: Authority DrainageDistrict. In church, help it all you can. It istrying

him. by a Jinx losing! his father and forfeit, but the Choo-Choo out to Russell; time of game: 1:15; I When a golfoist feels the urge dresses FREE for demonstrating said lUtard; for the I'retentlon to help you save your children. -

Sitting at the kitchen table with mother so early and aIL The Judge fit picked five players from the umpires: Mixon and Miller. to get in print, it seems to me he I,I new Spring Fashion Frocksand control: : of fires within said .
his face cupped in his small hands pooh.poohed this as the reasoning of crowd and won an exhibition should use his own name or I i No (8nvassin No investment. District.of Providing Bonds : for to the Refund IsKuance > It is trying to make Key West

James decided after mature dellb- a nitwit and entirely unworthy of game from the Buoy aggregation.The Standing of the league: I evclve hi\\?!I own nom de plume and I Write fully. Give size andcolor Dtht.1 of said District; Providing the right kind of a city to live in.
final score was G'to' 3. ': I preference. Fashion for the r III l.lenaof certain You Key Nesters have been too
Club-- W. L. Pet. not use mine, straight or trans? Taxes and Tax outstanding

The\ J leading hitters of the game I Army ...................-.. 1 0 1.000 posed, particularly when appendedto :: Frocks. Dept. W1370. Cincin1; rcamst land within unconcerned, too careless. Wake

tea'\, Demerit .r, the: ',Lighthouse. Garage _.._.._.....--.......- 1 0 1.000 I''I something of which. I 'di ap.i i nazi, Ohio. mar27-Jtx -aiil Compromise. District;and Authorizing Settlement: the of up! Join some church and help

team and Adam's'f; rorn. {the Railroad Lighthouse _.---...._.. 1 0 1.000:: prove. I I r I < -rtain certificate and other In- its good work.eltdnea _

'tv t gang. .?' , Administration ..'.'''' 0 1 .OOO,,1!! In the meantime, feller golforinoist I FOR SALE I "raid 1lllItrktmendlng" outstanding against and AN ADMIRER OF KEY WEST.

In the field, the Readers were RlcTt'atiln ......-.....-. 0 1 _.000F. I ?, adios 'I 1 KeYlslnsr and Re-enartlnK 'into Key West, Fla.,
: I BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now I Act the former Laws
Buckley and Russell of the Trum- E. C. ....___.....____.. 0 1 .000 SWINKY SW At'K)'. (, } one toting to K\erKlades Drainage Rf'March 26' 1935.
I I lOc each 3 for 25c The
c or
':4'tp ,/ bo t bunch, and Roberts, Archer: I! pith-; ;;:; Key West. Fla., :I,I Artman Press., Phone 51, Cltf.4I"t.I'btrld.ln. conformity with said \ BENJAMIN LOPEZ .
i d 9 and R. Albury from the Ko. Ono Leading : .1 I March 27, 1935.Today j octllj liV ORDER of the Board of Com.mifmiftnem -
I zen Building. / : FUNERAL HOMEEiUblUhed
'k Building outfit. Pitch'r- W. L. Pet. of FvERCLADES'DRAINAGE
........................ ; : DISTRICT. i
On Thursday afternoon the \, Ortega ..._.m........-... 1 0 1.000i WANTED ', J. II. JEFFRIES. 49 Y atiK

Army ten will cross bats with the I i Jolly ........---._............ 1 0 1.000 In History j Chairman. .y WMI'S Oldest I
r Lighthouse crew, and the Coast J. Cates .................... O' 1 .000 WANTED-A chance to bid on F. E. nnVAXT ] 1'&-"_r. AnUlanc Srrlc
y. e y. g.r t Defense boys claim that they have j I, :\1. Gonzalez .............. 0 1 .000 ........................ I your next printing order. The Attorn )'. mar!7-lt Uce..... Emhala.r

been practicing for a long while 1.I -- 1306-Robert Bruce of Scotland i Artman Press aug7 Subscribe to The Citizen. P.... 135 Ni.kt 6M-W

r and that they will just shoot the Leading hitters: crowned at Scone. I --- .-. --- - -- --
lights out of the Lighthouse crew I PlayerAll R. H. SB Ave. !

and let them go home in the dark. 11 t'I Williams ........ 4 0 ::1 0 .750 I I 1814-Gen. Jackson destroyed

: On the other hand Plummer. De- 6 I Hale ................ 3 2 2 0 .667 i the power of the Indians by his '

,w eb s meritt and Company claim that ,, Ortega ,.........._ ::1 0 2 1 .667D. !I' decisive victory at the battle of: Hoodwinked

they will silence the heavy Powell ... .... 4 1 2 1 ,500Manucy I! Horseshoe Bend, Ala. i 't he

x.2 lery of the Army and are aTtn-1 I : .---...... 3 0 1 0 .333 poll bye. :

to beat them so bad that: the Spence _........... ::1 2 1 0 ..333i I 18C9-Myra Dradwell of Chicago I ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo

Sergeant is going to refuse! them I i: Ranaw ........_.. 4 1 1 0 .250 i iI I legal editor refused license!

supper. We will see Thursday afternoon -:I Barker ............ 4 0 1 0 .20: i to practice law on account of her Ret the original I 0... 100% Part Paine

... ... ...... 0 .250 i
who will be right. Cates . 4 0 1 sex. although qualified. Decision -- MADE IN BAL'I1MOaE. nunnun

: Score of yesterday's game: I I Cooper .......... .c 0 1 0 .250 ': reversed 17 years later by "Illmios I" b look for Davit 100% Part Print tu.:: oftta-* beta !lUll

Lighthouse!' R. II. E. i Supreme Court. imitated but newt 4apbcatt4. ..rwt.a.

010 000 011-3 66F. I GETS SMALL REWARD ; 1 this Label Davis 100% Pun Paint con&riM t with ==

F.. C. 110 100 200-5 7 3 1884-New York-Boston long I all pure paint laws and U the only paint, ::.=.--d

Batteries: Demeritt and Stick- i i NEWARK N. J.-Florence Kel- distance telephone line opened. that carries a guarantee of parit,. =:=

oration that: It wuuld be Impossible Miss Julia's not Inconsiderablerain. ney; Stanton and H? kinl.! ly of this city returned to its owner 1918Gen. Pershing offered lor this r.r
I Errors Shoneck 3, ,lost containing $976 fbok Guarantee on the LabelW
to go and live with his father and ; Summary: : a purse Allies all U. S. troops for services

,mother. Grandmother could,not get I _.- -- ,.. n.[! Albury, Valdes. Dion, Baker. j I and received $1 reward for .her wherever needed W...*._.. mi Una with my other FMm Mii .f_.r.c ef MAD ...- ..--. d.+tl6 :di
along without him and he could not _" 'EL killing off Molly and Jim Roberta B. HasKins: ; home run: :i honesty. I I our prod_ an maj by u. u> ....... .n4 toU itowvck ealy.

gel along without Grandmother. may be your Idea of luck or Demeritt; stolen bases Valdes, :i 1934-President !signed Vin!':on THE llMVLS co.GtDlJisMrl **> BALTIMOREMU

Hut being a little boy and unImaginative the dispensation of a kindly and Archer, Nodine; struck out: by]I Helen Koenig 18, part Eskimo Bill authorizing building of 100

little boy with few play beneficent> Providence.* but I can't Shoneck 2, by Demeritt 2; double ,' girl, is the general manager of theairport warships and 1,000 airplanes over G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

mates he naturally had to have a say its mine snified Miss Julia plays: C. Gates to Baker, Bethel I McGrath: Alaska. a period of five years. i!

hero to look up to and worship. Up tartly. i
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to now It had been Lancelot Suddenly That was pretty tough. the
his dead father sprang to life Judge conceded grudgingly but If .

and pushed Lancelot off the ped you'd ever taken the trouble to .
estal. lance; Inside a book of history you'd '.- .
know that those the gods love they .
James decided that he too wouldbe > : .
: :: t
first lick to a standstilL James got .. ; .
a doctor. lie told Aunt Lou so and I-
his lickings young . and without
she admitted that doctoring next to
pain to himself you'll notice
preachering. was the highest calling
And 1 take It that even you will .4t\ .
on earth. :
admit that God Almighty saw to It
With Aunt Lou's assistance James that he was born a Stimson.No child
worked out the belief that his father '
could ass better luck than that. Now
held the (position of court physician I stop saying; exactly the opposite: of "Sureenjoy yourself r. : : JL was working late at the .

extraordinary: to the Lord God on altar you believe because I'm a man said Jim. "It's a ding l A': ;; ?' way ,
High They agreed however. that and you think its your bounden duty ,
his father doctor also took care of as a woman to annoy me. Admit that good cigarette." /:* <' < and

the sick angels In his spare moments 10 the year 1SS3 no child first seeing ,., M office one night ran out of cigarettes.
and especially of the little the light in the state of Kansas could r

boy angels who had eaten too much! have had better luck than to be borna
"embruslal" ico cream. Stirason." When Jim the watchman came, throughI

James however found It wiser Td ask nothing better than to annoy

not to discuss the delightful state in you as much as you annoy me '

which his father dwelt with his this minute and I'm certainly not goIng I \ : :Y :i\\ "tackled him,;for a smoke. I

grandmother and, grandfather or to swallow my perfectly good \ .
_ -' (.tol .f: '
even with Aunt Sarah. Aunt Sarah opinion and say something I don'tbelieve "
Just to please > I ." . . ; -
was somewhat shocked, feeling you '" 1" r J
vaguely that It was Irreligious and "Hoity.toity," Jeered the Judge. 1/ ., <;' "Sure; an ihe banded over I.r ,'
his grandmother cried a little when ":'Iy mistake my mistake. 1 certainly '1 says Jim, ,.. ,
drew in the knowledge with my j -, :
her. "
he mentioned it to 0 '
Even his grandfather though he, mother's milk that there never was a pack of Chesterfields. "Go ahead Mr. .'

a woman born who could argue sensibly .
listened politely changed the subject -
. without descending to Kent take three "
as scon as he decently could, personalities or four.
Grandfather always changed the subject but 1 had thought you '

when Father was mentioned by r were the exception. Jim said he'd smoked a lot of cigarettes
anyone except Grandmother. Miss Julia opened her mouth to #

"To speak get so back the to Judge cases.went Whatever on r W in his time, but he'd put Chesterfield 'upin
!: was an engagingly bomely
JAMES say you know as well as 1 do. Miss
boj with bright carrotty red when it '
Julia that it's the blood back of every r front' of any of em came to
hair, wIde apart gray eyes with gold
one of us that makes
us or
lashes. and a wide band of brown
breaks us. I'm 54 years old and I've : 4 ti taste.
freckles straight across his rather
watched several hundred
I young -S S
nice little nose. helps grow up and demonstratethat I and ain'ta bit ether/
Out in spite of all that was after-I : . they strong
I a silk purse cannot be made Intoa
is claimed for him he was in no
... ... sow's ear or a cow's ear Into a
: 7 an unusual child except that head pigeon. '.:v is the way Jim put it.
a rather remarkable memory
lie remembered people by name "Why. James Stimson can't help That the I ever '
but succeed for tits simple reason > : was first Chesterfield : :
even if he had met them most casually 0/"
that he is silk and a yard wide. '
pure I
and could repeat quite long poems None but a nincompoop would deny t ; smoked. A, ll'm right there with him, !L; .
word for word after they had been
it" .

read However to bio once he was or twice.only seven or (CopJlf'fg"t( list, Mattel a. arnaa.., d"' rvK : too, I ;., when., he says it's a ding good d arette. 'f.

eight and his gift of memory hardly
Janus makes
Tomorrow an
remarked when Judge Hoi .
upon plclous debut.STEAMSHIP -

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Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays "

12:20 Leave I-. M.Havana for Key West Thursdays and :Monday!. I G'te -

Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays fidedy ,.mlrU- ; .

6:30 p. M. 1 rcl '.
Ticket. Reservations and I.formatioa at Ticket Office on tie ift

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'pw Irif'I KENTUCKIANS An accumulation of heavy water
I has been reported found in the
For Festival Today
Spring '
SOCIETY BETTER, TIMES BRING I I bottom of Lake Baikal in Siberia.BumsteadsWormSyrup.

:-: :x: A dress rehearsal of the models ,*...... 'I URGE FOR DIVORCES Anniversaries ENJOY VACATION I

who will appear at the Spring I W. A. ................. ...... I
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Festival and Bazaar on Friday ,.Marathon I (B, As'* ;lete4 Prea.) 1724 Jane I I
afternoon of this week will beheld for a CHICAGO March 27.- Coldenremembered Visitors this week who enjoyed "re ..hlloI,.. as utrt .f .....,.* Whore
'PHONE 752-J :afternoon. that as "the first woman in the I II I. ttrrrttoiw ar. ,.......... IT :KrVt.llrAll
i times
1 tomorrow afternoon at 5 NOW are getting New World to become Distinguished 'I I a pleasant vacation In Key West >. Drtpllo .rarrilv mtul

s .! o'clock at the Public Library on better divorces will increase as a botanist," born in New were Mr. and Mrs. Ike Id\ Thack- ._..t...of. kinp hVNTO.MN., w r.* In It*.contain holdn ...ill<<,.doS......
Duval street. All in Mr. fay Judge Rudolph Desort, I br nwU. 68e a bottle.
It ;is with much regret that, the Editress announces her departure i participating ieft dean the York. Died March 101766. er, of Lawrenceburg !and Ravenna bt. C. A, ,-i-.5.... K. WJ- 1'lie4.ZM
of jurists who listen
this phase of the affair are requested -
.today for New York, due to unavoidable and important business rea-! week-end matrimonial Kentucky.
to attend this dress re! to troubles in I
sons. i hearsal. : returned Chicago."As 1790!) -Alfred de Vigny, French Before leaving for the horn*,

It has..beef\, splendid and, enjoyable inter,_ and she is more i The Spring Festival and Bazaai' prosperity returns, the novelist and poet, bornv Died yesterday afternoon both Mr.\ and I

than sorry .to be compelled to'I leave.: 'It has been a pleasure to be I i is an annual event held by the Dr. and the yearning for freedom Sept. 17, 1863. ".. Mrs. Thacker told The Citizen they' DOWNCOES

here inKey Wet and to be associated with The. Citizen. Every Woman's Club of the city, and it rived grows .strong," he cays. "It ,were delighted with their stay and

where she has been treated with the utmost consideration, friendliness I is expected that this year will be before is a condition which has been l840.-GeorgeF.Baker, New the city, and expected to return.
York banker born at N. Y. I
and hospitality, and will leave with only fine memories of Key West I anoN''thah,ordinarily successful. Cincinnati noticed after every depres OF
Died May 2, 1931.!) By vote of the student at THE PRICE
and fits people. I Prominent young socialites will .00. ,
*: She'takes this opportunity to thank all those who have helpedand model the very.: latest inilady'sfashions !Mr.\ and But, Judge Desort exempt Ii I I Alabama, Polytechnic.: Institute at
.., I 1842-Horace t.lltkrss, Alabama, Netty SHAVING COMFORT
yesterday Murphy of Norris
t I
encouraged her, not only with her work on the newspaper, !"utrsonal1y. ,!, and there will also be a one group--the 100,000 Cook
where born :at' Auburn '" Tenti.was elected
fniancier-promoter, to bear the
She feels that Key West has adopted )her and considersit showing of children's attire. The county marriages performed I
j her second home, for nowhere else has she encountered such wholehearted entire display will be brilliant tives.and for in 1930, 31 and '32."They N. Y. Died May 10, 1929. J title girl on of the"Miss Auburn. ," prettiest H4 ILI"Q !

and friendliness. and beautiful, with the modes exhibited accepted each other I "
is intention to return early this coming season to resume being from the wares of knowing that struggle and 1845-William C. Roentgen. PROBAK
It her
I credited with America
the leading merchants of the city.In John I hardship faced them," he says. German physicist, discoverer of I
her society news work and also to once more see the many great I into the World War born. Died I
addition to the fashion review "They have learned to work the X-rays, born. Died Feb. 10, JUNIOR
friends who have helped her to enjoy this past grand winter. for 1923. Jan. 7, 1935.!) I
there will be a food bazaar. a and to sacrifice together, and
visit this experience has cemented

,Closing Of Casa Marina Will i Entertainment At yesterday their affection and loyalty. 1850-Emma L. Ashford, Nashville : 1859-Gerrit J. Diekema, Mich,
igan lawyer, congressman and dip-
for each other." Tenn., of sacred
I II composer
I Local Night Club Mich. Died
lomat, born at Holland
Mark Very Successful Season I Rev. F. tongs; and organ music, born at
at The Hague, Dec. 20, 1930.
tor of 'mmw Newark Del. Died Sept. 22. I
-- --- I The Habana- Alst in Packages
ami who
1930. ,
'The' closing of the Casa Marina young man who had been social 'Madrid Club will tonight present I I 10 for 25c
,early! in April will mark the termination -'' director of Casa Marina since its a special Moonlight Dance, and it' of the PiratesCoeFishingCampPrates i
: opening this year, Leo B. Warren, is expected that a goodly throng' OPENED UP TO, 1855-Sir Alfred Ewing, English I
of the most brilliant and for !\
including the popular Sunday afternoon will be in attendance.Two intelligence department work Cove, Florida; i
rueceesful social season in years in I tennis teas and the very orchestias will furnish !!Lr 20 Miles: From Key West on
Key:Wot, during which many lovely and successful Fashion mmsJe for the.occasion, and there ,! .:: !ARf' 1 Overseas Highway ,I SHAVING comfort hit in ..11.I
I Qihe! .RMS I r: ; ell'fA ** t$t I )/ in price with the
events held Show. will be j ( '
of importance were dancing !
bytheguests in I'' iif1 'st IDlft'kPr %)*1MMING\ POOL- I j IDnOunclI Probakjunior
and which-were-attended/ (! by beaU, Key West:, has been16\ !Iq! addition to other 'pedal'attrac! Guard,.jan; : 5k0AO.fl1 r'i\1.' tr' t'JI, FINE CUISINE I -the remarkable new double-

society, augmented by members of : during the season with a numberof tions. : ,if ,f, U, "I'-*' r". visiting j M.loy }1i1ots, ,c edge razor bl!ic.Think of it! -
tf\Vrrge''winter! distinguished and eminent per-j cumbe, : and wireless operators First Class Accommodations keen smooda.shn-
residential colony i The Habana-Madridl.Club": haV, 'h You jet 25 ,
and"the many distinguished visitors -I[Fona es, including Elmer Davis,' since its opening ''proted 'a gay k.3 .:" ' ' ;irttfy'enlist: 'in the air non- Write or Telephone. for ing blades uniform in quality

to the city during the season. W. B. Murphy the Duke of Arcos,j and enjoyable pot, for smart local; /, Jt L.." | ,) | '5..i."I"..:. ,I I"d' ".f.f'.5.L,5' 'l".. s.; ReservationsRates for only S9l.You'll wonder
\ ,' t I.L""I.! Ify'&JI. t.: how such fine blades be
pa "llt.
.. :.The period between Christmas Walter McBride, publisher; Rex-1] society, ,which) almost' '''nightly coj : ( ;cf"h.sts in; pl4nt4cortru! ) tiQfl .can rreommend it because : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day
sold for little
I so
..nd" New Year's was simply! ford Tugwell, economist, and' meets there. ii. medication I. so American Plan money.
jobs in the
I in Key government fac- Probak is the
Junior product
others too numerous -.
crammed with delightful formal many many safe and soothing
to mention singly. All delightfully Annual-Reunion I[guests of without joining the army. of unequalled manufacturing
and informal occasions honoring!I were Of : r .4
college and home for entertained and expressed er, left The general is working for expansion methods and matchleti skill.t .
boys girls
I Convent CircleThe i Miami. : : This blade is sutomaiicsllytempered !
the holidays. These included the their pleasure at the charm of 'and increased efficiency. FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
ground, honed tad
Junior Woman's Club Christmas I the Island City. the air force.Today's .. wonderful
Mr.\ and '
Tea Dance, the Country Club dane-, There was a great deal of private Twenty-Sixth Annual Reunion A Probak
luftOl shaving faction.Try
of the Convent Alumnae and Mrs. 55S55SS..SS.S......... NEW YORK
es and the myriad private enter- entertaining done also and Junior and see for yourself.Get
tainments. The youngsters had a i I there was a constant round of Association will be held at the Franklyn Horoscope I them today from your dealer.
glorious time. I teas formal and informal dinners Convent of Mary Immaculate here going CASA MARINAKey k

The Social Season was then officially 1 I and receptions, luncheons, cocktail on Easter Monday, April. 2nd. at ami to .... ................ West' Hotel De LUKe and BOSTON 1 Probak Junior/ill M Gillettt

ushered in with the dazzling parties, beach parties, cabana par- 3:30 o'clock. this A day of ability and honor, but, American Plan From Key West alternate Friday and Probak razors

New Year's Eve Formal Opening ties, and all the other social gatherings The above has been announcedby the last, full of discourage- 200 Delightful Rooms, each
Misses From New York alternate Tuesdays
Ball held at the Casa Marina, I I that go to make up modern Mrs. Lopez Johnson, president It'will be force of circum- with Private Bath I
a brilliant affair. Following in civilized living. of the organization, and Mrs. E. mondton that will often determine 1t/
Evening; Dinner ___._.. 2.0
rapid succession were the President's -I,I For those who wished gayety J. Bayly. secretary, and it is expected day season in ,hall -er position is obtained in Luncheon .________ 1.50 From Boston alternate SaturdaysAlw

<< Birthday Ball, which took and night-life there has been the that this reunion will be life, rather than personal effort. Afternoon Tea _._._ .51 MOW OKLKAftS! t. KEY WEST!
place at the Key West Country Habana-Madrid Club and Raul's, 'more than well-attended by the Sweet and bitter mingle in this or la Carte Alternater4mrd.,.. ArriveKey
cation. a
Club, the Valentine Ball at Casa I| both delightful places and the I many members. : which is really far from an Weal mrr+md tm t.Ii.wi.g. PRBAKTM

Marina the Cabaret Show at the scenes of many brilliant affairs.It To ...SS S S unimportant one. Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with CLYDEMALLORYC.
Coral Isle Casino and many other: has indeed been a social sea- Hold ReceptionFor Casino

great public functions. son of distinction, highly enjoy- Many Friends NAME OMITTED Masseur in Attendance .L ilte4
.:. SMITH. Agc.t.Key RIG US PAT.etc.
Several new and original ideas able for local smart society, the ....... PETER SCHUTT, 'Mfr. \\tut 01555 PAIVdTS PtIsOINCa
were carried out by the clever,i winter colony and visitors. Commodore Von Mietk-Liuba\ I Among the important characters I I
Maj. appearing in the
production of
II. D. W. and MA-s. Von Mietk- ... ---- -
U. S. A., ,-
I the "Pirates of Penance, which :;
Liuba have announced that they noted A..rica'i'was broadcast last night from MIami i-
Hale Donates Various
I General will be at home to their many 1880's, and will be presented at the
Key West friends at their home, Mass., 91
Miami-Biltmore\ theater tonight is
Fine Books To Public Library 708 Eaton street, on Monday, that of Edith which is being interpreted -
-- April 1st, between 8 and 10 p. m. Maj.
by Miss Emily Cros-
''The Key West Public Library New cabinets are being con At that time COmnodore and U. S. A., land.

has lately been presented! with a I structed to display these new I Mrs. Von Mjetk-Liuba\ will holdan N. J., \ In the l list of characters appear-

number of interesting volumes by volumes to the public, together I informal reception to which years ago.Gloria ing in the issue of The Citizen

its distinguished patron General with two sets of handsome ma- their host of friends are cordially yesterday, the name of Miss Cropland -

Harry C. Hale, who has also in the hogany book-ends also donated by invited. was inadvertently omitted.

pas( donated many fine books to General Hale. It is suggestedthat born in

it for the edification of local read- interested persons view these Lodge Conducts CbLORED CLUB TO MEET

ers. books at the Library.At District Meeting Mrs. I'

,This latest donation consists of I the same time an appeal is ,Simms of ,There will be a monthly meeting -

three complete sets of splendid' I being made by Mrs.\ John Ward- I The Pythian Sisters on Monday ,of ,the Key West Community
books including the War of the low that any other persons who night held a social district ,Cleveland > I Club (colored)) held in the school

Rebellion, a compilation of oW-! wish to give books of any kind to I meeting, with Mrs. Frank Stick- I roont of the Presbyterian Church. t

cial record of the Union and Con-I j I the Key West Public Library tele- ney. District Deputy, presiding.Mrs. Paul this evening from 6 to 7 o'clock,
federate Armies, and this set isi i> phone her at 894-J, and she will \ W. P. Archer was elected to: I according to announcement made (

invaluable, due to the fact that it' be more than glad to call for be the new District Deputy for Congress, today. I \ L-.s- : ,

is now out of print. |i same. The Library is a public institution the coming year.Birthdays Wis., 39 ',

General Hale has also included j i j, and a credit to the com- of the following ; ,f Frances Ifall of Do than.,Ala.. isthe 1
complete set of the Encyclopaedia Prof. 1I
a high point scorer in athletics
Intel-nation-1 I munity and no effort is being members were celebrated: Misses noted
Brittanica and the I I Frances Cochran Judson College, at Marion, Ala., I
al cientific Series, all well-bound spared to make it a fine and complete Felton, Joy, Pa.,
,: Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. Margaret : of .the, athletic associatipn -
and in excellent condition. j| one. I l'l!ge- : Connt>rs. !Mrs. M. Goehring; :and : !; Min Justory .5.
l _,-_ _' --.- Vernon Lowe '>' ,I. ..:11( ci B } ; ; urer Othrttrfl&tI7)alta.4| K ,
i '
Refreshment' : N.-jC-i e ; lions Club; ana secrefjiryof. ; : tnej .
;Division Street P.- T. A. Will were-Served during Farmer, io'" class1/! .. tlu. | 'I, "t.i
i the evening.v&nd'alii attending y"
I [ expressed themselves liss..: 68. : .1---- .t . ..f' -, I i ..', ; ; I' ,'.J. ')II"
as having

Present Play Tomorrow NightThe bad a most. enjoyable-'e-.,.. veniftgl1'--rU"1 I 4.1;,13_,,?:'.1'op,:: ; )| j IF tftlim: MOTHER : b'ERJ :' : :

-- I Ivan&asj. ; ,: : tin TELL TRISIAMa7ANDEATAND .
Division Street P.-T. A.,,, Betty Adams; Swing the Shining:Dance At Cuhan" .1"1 ,', -:! ; : : ,, :, :'E!, . IZE WITH "AS:; .

will tomorrow evening at 8 Sickle. I Club Friday more, 111. : SLEEP'WELL.
o'clock present a play at the' December; John Marzyck\ : ;
Division Street School entitled,I Christmas Song; Cello-Delia I GO TO CHURCH REGULARLY AND

"A Review of the Months," which May Curry. Theie will be a dance at the OFTEN ATTEND PARTIES.I NEVER. fotT

\ promises to be a delightful af! January-Jack Lee Currie;, Cuban Club Friday evening, We FEEL TIRED: "I i TAKEVINOLIRON
: March 29, starting at 9 o'clock,
fair. Auld Lang Syne; Happy New ing our TONIC REGULARLY AND THIS 1 IS
I sponsored; by the Junior A Classof
Following is the program: I Year. the Key West High School.A ciation to WHAT I KEEPS ME UP. .

Welcome Professor W. C.I bruary-Rosalind G. Albury Beit; good musical, program will be assisted I- . VINOl TASTES 0000'OtSTSKAVElT. Good Cooks know that Just the Right Heat at Just
Duncan. I Cates and George Play; Ray. I furnished by Tommy's Orchestra, way death of the Right Time, means everything in cooking. ". ',

Hello Everybody-Eola: Alinyda. .I I March-Charles Walker; Wear one of Key West's best dance James D. I Instantly, without effort, you may have this tremendous :-

Hilly Whitchrad Herald., ing of the Green; Mary of the' bands. help with gas in a Modern Gas Range.
Nina Robitiere, announcer of the Emerald: Isle; Recitation-Elinor I II | This affair is being given in an all who -s Get Your That is Flexibility- which no other cooking methodcan

months. I Lar en. effort to raise funds for the com-: to his sick yiNOL Today at give you. .
September-Yolaniio tie la!,I! April Della May Curry;! ing Junior-Senior Prom, a yearly of his ; : OrientalPharmacyHYPEROPIA Intense searing heat, which you need to make cof- ,
Guerra and Rayford; School IayslOur ;I I Spring Song. I j event at which time the Junior nated ; fee quickly in the '
Class morning, for instance or to broil a ;
J plays host to the member ,
School. Maj'-Shirley Weatherford; May pieces; to
steak '
October Daniel Fernandez;! Dance. I I of the graduating class. council ;, may be changed instantly to the gentlest SImmer, _, '
Make your range'your servant rather than
Pumpkins for Hallowe'en. Home Going Song. mention t, your mas
November-Andre Garcia and: Closing Mrs. W. Daughtry. Arrange.For and ter. Enjoy the fullest; advantage which gas alone can tf

I dist and give you. Change your old stove,for a modern gas range. -

Bridge Party churches; Liberal trade-in-allowances during t'his sale-on,tHe :" U' ..

Miss Lula I nurses; to : most modern andi ost
; Mae Pent Becomes Room Representatives' the West l:' perfect cooking equipmentscience

I can devisoffer. you an opportunity you 5 '
: Key West High School t Parent- and !

Bride Norman_ D. Harris I( Teacher Association will' enter- ,mar27-ltx v< '(Or Far Sight) .Comen todayand: make your fldM- : t
Itain '..
with a bridge party at the t*- -.5 :
The marriage of Miss Lula Mae I I friends. The bride had as her;i Woman's Clubhouse on Divfoion When your eyes are short! Toe Waylay A MO0IIN OAf tN.l If TOP M AVI ITT tNISt ,OU. rIAfVtfS .j-
I'ent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,'I matron of honor her sister Mrs. i street tomorrow afternoon. from front to backflattenedlike

Andrew Pent, to Norman Douglas i, Charles P. Ogden and Jess Wil-! The party will start at 3 o'clock. an' orange, they are "far-
1 I lard Harris brother of the groom,I r Refreshments I sighted." -
Harris, son of the late Mr. and will be served and -
acted as his best man. lovely, Best '
prizes awarded winners.Pythian .
Mrs. Frank Harris, was solemnized -I The bride was gowned in navy Guides Far-sighted people especially a
last Saturday evening at 8:30 I children, can usually pass rigid ... .. .. .... ......, &
I I blue silk crepe and carried a bouquet Sea .._.... ._.._ -. ..___
Sisters sight tests but suffer from === := -'- .
at the home of Mr. and t of red roses, while the matron I I :: --..-=.--'" *' =:. ;= --. rwflo -

Mrs. Walter Johnson on South I of honor wore a light green flat 1 Club To MeetThe Write I nausia nervousness and "Car.-sickness., severe headaches" ,
ard street, with Rev. G. R. Pierce '' ,Women
crepe frock and carried a bouquet
officiating.The I I of tinted pink rock roses. i Pythian Sisters NeedleCraft ; more and than children men. suffer much daPblic Utilities Company

ceremony was a simple one,! Both* Mr. and Mrs. Harris are Sewing Club will meet to- t

and.liate attended families only of Miss by the imme-j well-known in Key West, and will morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock! Rates Camp DR. J. A. VALDES

now be at home to their many at, the home of Mrs. Frank Stick-J ,
Sir. Harris and their intimate i I friends at 818 Francis street. '. ney, it has been announced. : :: ,:_ 532 D.Tftl Street :

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