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 28, 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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Mikado Himself Will ,Go MUCH :INTEREST: i HARRY HOPKINS, MARVIN Mc. merly president of Loyola University I available by auto and air resort as

New Orleans then associate well rail this Face Of Conflict With Private
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To Railway Station To J IN PLAY PLANNED INTYRE, NEWSPAPERMENAND editor of "America," and at pres- to take its .place with Miami and

ent pastor of Gesu Church Miami l Atlantic I _
City as the favorite _ _ _ _
Extend Greetings To PHOTOGRAPHERS COMING who was recent visitor to Key I riviera A- -
a of the Atlantic coast line. !
BY SCHOOL UNIT! ON PLANE West expressed himself as being "In the ancient Convent of PRESENTATION I: rIATIIIIII.41::

His Fellow Monarch I exceedingly delighted with his Mary\ Immaculate. I found a museum j Supply Already Spread To

1 it here. lIe stated that he will v'iS-// of war relics, shells murals. i IMMENSE{ ZURTLEBROUGHT

C i "THE REDSIIA WLER" IS TITLE I II ) Harry L. Hopkins, Federal deavor to induce others to pay a a beautiful library wonderful I!I OF OPERETTA Ii I TO PORTOne Four Cities Despite Issue -
By GLENN BABB ,j visit to Key West. At the begin nuns with all the grace and talent II
tilT AkMrUlrd l>rrM) I j I OF PLAY THAT WILL BE|1 Emergency Relief Administrator; ning of the summer he proposes and spiritualness of the French of I! Resulting In Court

TOKYO. March 28.-An emperor' -|I PRESENTED; EXCELLENT*!' Marvin McIntyre, secretary to!:1 to return here on business, and Montreal, and a large group of *he GRANDSUCCESSj of the largest green

welcome will be accorded I to accept an invitation for a fishing -" finest young ladies of the. island. I i turtle ever caught in Florida FightsBy
I CAST TO TAKE PART President Roosevelt new.paper' excursion. "With the Atlantic on one bide waters was brought to the

Kang Teh of Manchoukuo when i men and photographers wil'!'! arrive i The following are some of the and, the Gulf of Mexico on the MUSICAL DIRECTOR AND OTHi t i'I city this morning by Whec-

he arrive in Tokyo April 6 to I things that the reverend mentioned ether the sportsman's heart turns | ER MEMBERS TAKING PART lock Curry. The turtle is in ROY E. IIUTCIIENSMr
"The Redshawler." it is stated, on the plane tomorrow << relative to Key West in an interview quickly to the wonderful deep sea ;i perfect condition and weighs A**<*rlmtr* I.r...,

thank Emperor Hirohito of Japan; i morning. from Miami. with The Citizen: fishing for which Key West is 'faj IN AFFAIR AT MIAMI. RE-, more than 500 pound*. MUSCLE SHOALS. Ala., Mar.
will be twice. the
produced After ;i
I 1 I I Mr. Curry in the
"What paradise West was "bay"on
a Key mous.
for his realm and his throne. public performance it will be I Julies F. :, I j I TURN TO :CITY TODAY I II I 28.-In the face
I I' pro-!) Stone, Jr., Florida should be, and is. A veritable j 1 "No wonder such imaginative II one of his regular trips.rnnd of open conflict
Although this tate visit will bean Juced! for the Senior' Junior [ : I 1 > -. caught altogether 22 fine.
and j I Emergency ReliefeAdmi.istrator,1 gem of the ocean. >A most logical persons as Ernest Hemingway, i I ; ? with. private
acknowledgement of Emperor I I High School at the sixth period on'' and natural recreation center for] Robert 'Fro t.. and others dwell in iI i t I. turtl i among them the monster power companies, the

'Monday: April 8. !I who has. been,,in Miami> conferring *-- the north.'south and west of these :;1 this city of dream amid nature's I I "Everj thing; possible was doneto ''which has, been seen by Tenr Valley Authority is upI -

Kang Teh's and Manchouko's with 'Mr.-; Hopkins will United States. I beauty and love this isle of in- make our stay in Miami i exceedingly 1 hundreds of people.
i The following students have arrives idly electrifying the
"My ,visit to this I end of the l Others will Discussingi. the catch with countryside
spiration. discover
| pleasant and I that
indebtedness to the j am sure
great J..I been selected for the cast: ; in the party, it it .s.idsvn-! !'Flagler1'Dream.' this isle of sunshine -] the charms of the Gibraltar of 1 j 'The Citizen' Mr.t ,Curry said, 'n the. vicinity of Muscle Shoals
j one who took'nat- the I
anew .o.ereinnd especially Mizpah\ Bethel, the Red awler! : lest' he arrives by state I land breezes has filled >mej t I America where the governmentis every : he or
his army-he will be received -Sylvia Sawyer and Kathleen ft.'l'j with pleasant memories and fond planning a great naval bare. production, in any, capacity,' had t i ia tie on several occasions, and with current from Wilson dam.

I Watkins. *\ plane this afternoon. hope!'! With the government ful- "May Key West shine on, the delightful time," said Miss Edna, at one time caught one Residents of four citiea-Cor.

with all the pomp and circumstance : The plane has been chartered ly behind the citizens in making Star of the Eastern Sea." '11' Smith musical director of the : weighing more than 700
N. 15.-During a recent illnessof pounds, but he has into
that should mark the hospitality . _. | "Pirates of Penzance," which was: ; never and Tupelo Miss., Athens,
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Miss Sawyer, Miss Watkins party arriving and for I 1 seen, he one which! was
of one emperor to another graciously) accepted 1 the understudy : this reason the excursion scheduled .....e..e............................ .......... (presented in Miami Tuesday and ': in better condition in every: Ala., and PuUtki, Tenn.--as wellas

bit equal. and has been retained for one of ,ECONOMIC : Wednesday night. i j way than the 500 pounder score of farmers, the Authority
I the performances. '! to Tortugas tomorrow has HIGHLIGHTS !! Miss Smith returned by piano i I which he caught on this trip.

The Mikado himself will go to been postponed until Sunday, as < this! morning and told The Citizen claims, are saving thousands of
the railway station to greet his Captain Peter Page-:Merville IIIII dl..sT. I
fellow monarch from over the" Rosam. I the plane will proceed to Tor'I! Happenings( That Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend that the presentations were per- dollars annually a* a consequence
feet in detail the audience
Sea of Japan an honor which has Fannie Page his wife-Leona togas, with only the charter, Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual National every MELVIN RUSSELL of TVA rates
not been accorded any visitor in Bethel I ; lat night in the Miami Biltmore

modern times- llaohito similarly {!, pBevi rty. and International Problems Inseparable theater (being extremely appreciative ;, Plans of the Authority to pur-

welcomed the Prince of Wales in i their young son-Harry From Local Welfare and that the production was MADE PRESIDENT tha-e distribution systems in Ala

1922: but then he was only I Knight. i s ............ -.-......._ ...._ ........ .. . '. -.-_ A..A _. _. _. ,, uiutintedly praised by both pries'and : ama and at Knoxville, Tenn., have
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Prince Regent. Jack Gamble, a New York confidence ENGLAND PLANS 1----------------------- public. |i OF ROTARY been halted. The restraint came in
Travel By Imperial Boat man-Harry Wickers. According; to all signs, thePrl'illentiaJ -but that be still has the con Returning by plane with Miss' CLUBELECTION the form of suits filed in Alabama
his I ] campaign of 11)36) is fidence of the bulk of the voteis. and Tennessee by coal! and
Leaving lIsinking capital Cabel Dialer. Peter's buddy Smith was Mrs. Janice Maloney|I ice!:
likely to make that of 1032-That, of course, doesn't dealers and
on April 2, Emperor Kang Teh GREATJUBILEEw answer was heard in the role I preferred stockholder"
will be carried from Daiien to I during the World War-Chester which was considered exccption.:i the question of how far he may of Mfcbel the youngert. daughter, CONDUCTED DURING of the private companies that proposed

Yokohama aboard the Knowleb. j; ally bitter-look like a tea party. slip-or have regained or added I tt veil their systems
I I* r of General Stanley, and Miss} .
Navy's imperial Ilah* Jalancli'l)j Voices of two small negro vcnders -;'''EVENT WILL TAKE COLOR Issues are forming forces are esp I stiength by next year. That, in j Deity Maloney business manager.II REGULAR SESSION TODAY Knoxville Tries Again
i pearing, that are entirely unprecedented -I turn, is going to depend the
the Hieyei, a former battlecruiscr.I* off-stage. on ; ; OTHER MATTERS In the fare
i iJle OF VICTORIAN REVIVAL [ Other members of the company of that, the city 'of
..wiH!;, -emai' ,ill ,Tokyo as the -It iisaid-that if you are still J* . ,j[ in American! politics.i *j!I tate of recovery. ,most of .whom returned.lihj moat COME hEFORE' : ,* Kfloxyjille! too am>*,h'r path leaiiJngTo'ws'rd .
It inevitable there MtETtNCc:
that At i I-
scents the
Irese'nt time the
until ,
Emperor's guest recovery j ins obtamingTVA
were: : : po'wtr.
April 15 week I old-fashioned enough to believe in !j jHr I I will be a third party in the field has failed van. 1 i
spend kightheeinjj
a I program in Avery Johnson, pirate king! ; J ---- I The city council voted to build a
in the famous beauty spot; i;j'i 'the sanctity of the home and the 1 I -and it seems equally inevitable', ous important I'articularti-aud, Edmund; Curry, lieutenant; George' municipal power distribution system

of Japan at the ea.son in thcii i i i inviolahl'-nch.s of the promise ( ...._1..... Press. I'I I that that party will be of the extreme -i in addition it has become ton- ;:Mills White pirate) apprentice; At an election conducted at the and purchase current from
full of the bluvtonis "Till death do I left. It may be led by : fused with the lelorm regular noon luncheon today of the
glory cherry us I'art"-'ou LONDON, March 28.-The program. Floyd Eaddy, major general; A. the Authority, On? contract for
and re-embark on the lliyei atl I|, 'should sec "The Red-.hai\cr.: I I! color and gaiety of bygone days: Huey Long, and backed by Father Unemployment soars. More }people E.: Fisher sergeant of police; Rotary: Club, Melvin Russell wai: structures costing $1U7.!>75 was

Kobe on April 23 for his voyage; : !In man's pursuit of hanpiness. ;;': w ill l Coughlin, and use as its. appealthe arc on relief than ever. Industry Lena Beivaldi Edith; Virginia Fl. chosen es president of the organization. let an.IIitlVrrt' sought; for bui'd-
home I he makes return to England this stim- "Every.; man a King" thesis.It i is succeeding K.: A. Strunk.
Peter sitting
many errors and i j still and manyft'l'cers Brown Isabel; Eva B. Warner (Ing the remainder, of the cyvtem;
The official Japanese in-i: i>t-' Fannie make rome, but they have''! flier in celebration of the :2.1th; cni may be led by a Townsend seem j,es.->iinistic. Abc. Ruth. There were the delineator Ilk Rirself:. will lake office th r Orly in
Mississippi has the
clue on Kuipcrrr:" ( Kan;: Teh's imperial the good! foitune to be surrounded) i n'nersary of King George's actcs- Plan advocate, piomi.sing prosperity lief prevalent} that the Piesi-
status and the imlepend- 'by two true friends. Mizpah and ;,; : ion to the throne. ;i ij !i' for all through; governmental dent's program has lost direction Daughter: l\I' rgaret time will have expired "rl"t''se'l I exteri' ively program without pro-e-
cure of his will be carried Cabel. How the friends piovttheir'' ': largesse to the aged. It -that it 13 whirling: around in cir for the full term.
realm II j I Evtry: city, town and ,'ilJae' ''' Dion; Mary: Louise Spottswood, inns opposition Turelo, a city of
out with solemn giavity thiough- loyalty to this little Key Nest will may be led !by someone who'Vies, is going nowhere. Alec Curry, Olive Day) Edith: Williams Al (this juncture, congratulations fi.OOO .
j I be emblazoned with flower, stands. foi something haven't- were in order, and Mr. Rus- pnpu'ation. was the AuIhnity'a
out the l : we
fipcttacle.When hoUwholll-tell1l'oral' out ofj: ;
j' It i is: that fact which supports( I Ii Yolanda: Meixfoya.\ Isabel first municipal customer,
h fJt lf* and bunting for the high : yet beard of. rill was given the glad hand by
the Mamhoukii" monarch rJnon- -is worth seeing.If i< the! hopes of third party radicals:' Kelly Mary Whitmarsh. Mara -onfrrthg for Wilson dam
arrives at Yokohama. aboard you want the chain of Key carnival centering around May (!, j jI !I Few think that the third party -they feel that the people if Yates DOM Doughtiy, Susan I.a- }{bis: fellow Rotarians, with 1\1\ r.I February, power'ra -

the Iliyci he will be met at the \\' '. dock by Prince Chuhibu. the Japanese few better vehicles than ,one-act i College of his faithful service to the club Contract,
a ;i be a national holiday. t system counting j moderate piogiam will go for Pirates; John Bennett: C. n.Jlil'h '
Empeior's; brother. A special ( I play it is said. A request is made ;, liuildings will (be floodlit and I I votes for the Presidency wakes:'| one that is really left-wing. And h N. B. Shannahan. J. T. dining his: administration of the Turelu, eigned n 20-year con-
duties of the office. tract with the
will ; I to "John "TheRedrhawler" i iI that : Authority f '>-
train carry Emperor| put jour Henry" on j piactically impossible, as conservatives Williams, B. Curry Moreno Del--
Kang Teh and his tmite-74 of I by attending this!1 i there will be parades and pageants Roosevelt the first discovered jthe enough base their stiangelyi 1 phin t'pal. Ralph Boyden. James Frank W. Layering: of W tfrcfol'll nary> I II;, 1'JIH! agreeing: tft pur-
i : hopes on ox1
the highest Chinese and J ...anesedigllitarit's really well-written and interest the like of which England never ; and as La Follette the elder did :! aclly the same thing-they be- RIM'net t, William F. Hoffman, j\ Mass.\ who u 'a visitor "h-(' electricity at wholesale ratei'i
of the Manchoukuo i 'later '' ;n Key Wet at this time was pre a- el by the TVA. The city fur
ing play. taw before.The him. The third party's im-j| lieve that Roosevelt Andrew Brunn: and Curry Hairis.
i t I t'i a collate rot at the meeting and t her acreed adhere
to resale
gave a
ill 't
goveinment Tokyo station, i official! period for the celc- portance lies in what effect ( would send voters scurrying back Policemen: Frank Alvarez,
: short talk in .
where Emperor; ( Hirohito and the! DANTHELD !j bration is will have on the vote obtained by!! Jps-Js Cal ''.J i ejcpresjon: )' of his rates determined by the Authority
DEF I i a fortnight, but most of i ii to the light-wing i of economic mon () eJl.h I'inderl 'yiena1j4,1ai.' ; !' { West. )
highest officials of his court will! the\iecoration! l' the regular Republican and I''' ' Nirholas'Coshoi-n; P *
i ?.-which be ] thought : J :, !i1 j GeoVe tpall. D verso' t thathe had I
be ; vemo-i' | t-h. t J fie (contract the TVA J Ja
waiting. 'cratic party candidates Coed 'Allen Robinson'' SteVe11'Boyit" :
eatherpropf. inddentallwill What i fa 'right: ? : as much); imcjrta sinceIsland .
An Army Review j FOR TRIAL HERE remain. week, : jonger. Manufactur-'l+ therein is an,.opportunity as you likeb'ut"don't' bet :on! '1 iti (Chester'! Knowl JerdHi'e' Be'itVW, j)1 rTny.: t .t [ given 'jre'Ni'ral supervision of Tupolo's
.. 'power
Then will begin nine days <>f{ flagsand' bunting are work- I( less conjecture. . ( /'wit.l.' .J.' Y.,:WoodsonJ'ilefald1; Pin'der. system which Is opwfHtcd -
., thrl'e'years ago, and said he wa: ''
. '
unit of the
brilliant entertainment of the i ing overtime. I i{i1' Backers of the Prt'siclentrooh- i ;Sidney Aronovitz. as a separate
f It is ist toaible {t.Q,. exaggerate tickled .pink" \'it thipcs.inftrto1 ) t'A, )nun tip ,
:: \ lity
visitor. ; :
Imperial The first function -!i MAN BROUGHT FROM TAVER- : t Various boroughs of London : pooh the third party', say he i ia: Technical' Staff Adrian14 J., < Ait'{rift l6( ''e nditions si d :
; ins < 'ihen'Ala.;; !i. another TVA
will be a great banquet given n!i l have; approved, expenditures ofl!,certain 'to win a sweeping victory refusal i DornbuJh. general 'director'}:Ra'in'h1Gunn. ;
i : ; ho rtn'fiN I\u.West.' &! thl.t time. rmtomer which has iU distribution
by Emperor Hirohito in the I NIER CHARGED WITH more :than $100.000 for i in "'36 whether the''tnovement I : associate' director;' lant"he.| own-
; ,1e j said that he that
] the arm; stipulations or; the Ver, ( expected by system
Homeiden .
banquet hall in
tion. while materializes not. Opponents Winslow dance '
Brighton, En dt"eora.1 or ilii-ector; Thelma next winter this city would be !
FORGERY It been feared
Imperial Palace. j I' favorite seaside resort of the President hold that the treaty. D\(. Thompson, cast director; Klir ,overrun with tourists seeking the Corinth Buys Power
that she do this since
lie will have a special army rl'.) aside $30,000 for third party would draw millionsof ever Beck, technical director; Mary j ideal climate to be found here. Corinth Miss.. and Alcorn c nrt-
view staged in his honor April !J Mon I i other votes that would Hitler went in-and every nation ty organized
frills. I otherwise go Louise SpottRw ood. costumes and also the great hospitality of a co-operative electric
the Yoyogi Parade Ground i John Doe, alias George Ancs,1: Even the summer's fashions are I to }fl'. Roosevelt would thus indirectly hoped against hope that it would ,Cathryn B. Price accompanist. f J its people association and are buying
where he will be given a full! was brought to Key West yes>ter- never happen. Under the Treaty.Germany's TVA at
l j: going to idealize typical beautiesof cause the election of a i Sebastian Cabrera. Jr. had rower rates that are about
1 dress show of the military power: day by Deputy) Sheriff Loper fromT&'ernil'r the past the camellia-like types conservative Republican. who!>> army is limited to i 1 his as 40 percent less than those fofmef-
( guest. Roy II. Daley of Miami.
that made him what he is I and committed to jail I of early Victorian days. Women II would have support of most busi- 100.000 men and she is not ale : THREE MARRIAGE i! !ago stated that he much Iy paid.
to-I I to await trial charge of fur. e lowed I to have much in the : was very
on a will way
day.The | appear with curls bunched on ness men, together with thparty's pleased" with his visit to Key West.The More recently the TVA movement -
Manchu Emperor's homeduring i Rery. i ii ithe forehead and at the nape oft established following.It of aircraft, artillery, tanks. Now LICENSES ISSUED; club celebrated the "Sev gained further impetus in
i <<
his Tokyo stay will be the1 i Ames was arrested! on complaint': the neck revealed by bonnet-shap- was that aspect of the ques- she will quadruple her army, I enty-Fourth" birthday arrive Mississippi when 21 cities 'orgAn-;
Akasaka Palace, of Mrs. Ella Tappen, charging ed hats.ISTATE. greatly extend compulsory mili: :
a sumptuous'' tion which General Johnson spokeon f of Bill Bates, who holds the ;zed t> petition(the Authority tot
European-style: edifice usually or-1 that he forged her name to a check! in his amazing of tar' training; of citizens and trill! arT make available
speech a :record for constant attendance power to them.They :.
copied by the Crown Prince of the1Empire. 1 for $100 on the First National:| fortnight Whatever build up her defensive and often 1 THESE FOR PAST WEEK; TEN i i at Calhoun
I ago. you t Rotary meetings }fro Bates fur are Alligator City
Bank of Cincinnati, Ohio. AUDITOR live equipment as much as she:
| think cf the General's views Cleveland, Friar Point Greenville
you 'i EARLIER IN PRESENT 1 I nished the ice cream and cake for ,
After leaving Tokyo April! 15 Arraigned on the charge beforaJustice e i, have to admit he has courage, he likes. j I' the celebration and the members Greenwood. Gunnison. Itta Ben.

Emperor Kang Teh will spend! of the Peace E. R. Lowe i|. ARRIVES TODAY i isn't afraid to speak his mind. In Inevitable result will be a boom ti! MONTH 1 :heartily joined in the festivities of lambert Meriedd, l1e ulah, Cof-

1 week in the Kyoto- 'ara district?;! the testimony was adjudged sufficient his speech, he made a bitter attack in the munitions industries-and'! I I the occasion. > < /eevilje", Dunfap, Grenada, HOUA-

seeing! the sights: and dutifully:) to hold the prisoner for trial 1 !I on Long and Coughlin and I another long step toward Euro- After the singing: of the regular" ton i, rndanot} Iceland Moore-

visiting the tombs of dead Japanese 1 i, at the next term of criminal court I W. R. all they stood for. Then he pean war. Every European country , There have been 13 marriage II songs the meeting was ( rdered head Kosedale I helby and Tu
England assistant
emperor' From Kobe the' and he was plaed under bond ofj;l auditorfor turned and lashed the conserva- will, supposedly in self-de- ;licenses issued: to date for the :adojurned. nica.
lliyei will carry him back to $2.500. 'j I the state arrived in Key West tives who might encourage them fense, also increase armaments' present month from the office ofj

Dairen the Japanese port of en-! This morning because of cerjtain today and is consulting with thef'heriff's in order to draw support away:and armies. It i is easy! for. diplomats -- ;Probate Judge Hugh Gunn. Of' STEALS FROM BLIND MAN

try to his own
Especially thorough: police )preparations -,,arrest and information received J system has of record been keeping which liberal-radical camp. General 1 I curity and to avow peaceful inten-' day, March 21, and the other three WICHITA FALLS T?;.--A .
are in train for Kant from Tavernier. it is said, Roy j I recently installed Johnson said that* such political! tions-it is a historical fact that 1( this week. man stole the cane belonging to
Teh's sojourn in Japan for the !' Hamlin was authorized to fingerprint I I! Mr. England of the officials opportunism pushes the America nations with first-class military Issues this week ending March I Cesby Snodirras.. blind man /ho ABOARD PLANE

Japanese are taking no ("hancesi the prisoner : who formulated one democracy steadily toward "a| machines usually want to try them 28 were to: John N. Nelson ands j Cells newspapers in the downtown
on a fanatical This was done this morning: and the new sy sInking i out when think the time Zelida Abreu Norman Douglas -
attempt to snuff, I' tem and there or a dictator It is ant they ; I district of this city. *
out the life of this monarch who'' the proofs will be sent to Washington than him who is one be else other interesting fact that, followingthe ripe.i I' Harris and Lulu May Pent; An- Arriving on the plane ,this
can selected to
plays such an important role i in for recording and compari explain to the different speech, the General's views Armed force of principal nations thony Ellis Silver and Maud Elva morning from Miami were eight

the imperial| plan of Nippon. son\ at the bureau. the system ,in its entirety.officials were heartily endorsed in many total: Russia, 830.000 with I j McClaugherty.BIG SPECIALFRIDAY ,.saengm.. follows; Edna Smith

substantial quarters including 000.000 reserves; Great Bri* Janice Maloney Lewis Mitchell

Annual Spring Festival THE REDSHAWLER"Benefit i newspapers, public men and in-l{ tain, 200.000, with 280,000 reserves -, [ JUNIOR A AND SATURDAY Mountjoy. Caroll Mountjoy Mel.

Commercial Dept. FRESH FLORIDA dustrialists. | ; France 584.000, with 6w-j 1 DATE CAKE and LEMON rin Mountjoy, Betty Maloney
And Fashion Show Key West High School A question of the hour is, (How 1 000.000 reserves; Italy. 437000, DANCEFriday. CAKE, special :;- Rudolph Walters and Silas OviatL

Friday Afternoon March 29 Friday April 5, 8 O'clock GREEN TURTLEKEY ] does Mr.\ Roosevelt's strength$ }with 5000.000 reserves; Poland' y, March 29, 9 till, ? 'at:....-: .....-.-.-" -, =..'. 35MALOI C Five of those arriving are book
return! and
compare to what it was a year 325.000. with 1,700,000 reserves. ed for this afternoon
Auspices WOMAN'S CLUB HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ago? The answer made by boiling -I The United States, by way CUBAN. CLUB, NfY: &: :COCK in addition there'are, eight other i

SILVER Tickets ....,.. ... .. ....... 2Se WEST down. off bookings of 13
OFFERING -- FISH CO. the opinion of a legion I j comparison has an, army of Tommy'. Orchestra R15..iag': i St., Pboa.. ill nuking a total
I Reserved Section __...- _.. 35 I" of observers, i i. that he is slipping 1! 000, with 309,000 reserves. 1 GeaU, 60c. Ldi.*' Frees F .- reservations for the trip to Miamu

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J.t..- ,bC, [;) "-.Yj' KEY WEST IN l rTODAY'S WEATHER 1I 1 1I D YQU.ilt i Today In History

Published Daily Except Sunday By President Roosevelt in r
Tilt:: OTItKPUULIIUINQ CO. INC. discussing the ........................
... P. AHTMAN. ......._.. $4,880,000,000 appropriation bill before itpassed leVt'rsbp I
1745-Artificial ventilators, the
:From The Citizen Building I Temperature ate: northerly late tonight Fri-
either the house the senate saidit Her. Just 10 Yean or
Corner Greene and Ann Streets : or Highest: ........... .... ....... .. 7.1 I'day. to tfeD.SOrt&WAlTC invention of Dr. Stephen Hales! ,
was designed to "put an end to this business Ago TnJay As Taken From Lowest ... .. .. .... 8fi<5 : I English: )physiologist and inventor,
Only Dally Newspaper In Key Weal; and Monroe, I of relief" and it i is to be hoped that The File. Of The Citizen Mean : : :: ..:::.::.... : : .80 I I ordered installed into 'ewrat: {".

County. I whatever of the allocated Normal Mean ................ .. .. 741 / 'r 5 Okla I
a.:ler.d at Kay West. Florida as second class matt.r.l. part money to Many inquiries have been received .I Rainfall i iI I : 1811-Chri>tophe, born a slave,
Key West and the rest of Monroe county, at The Citizen as to who .0 Ins. 'I J # Every citizen should! boost the I proclaimed King Hen.i I of Haiti.
FIFTV-SIXTH YEARMrmbvr Yesterday's Precipitation
"this business: of relief" will be stoppedand was the writer of the letter in opposition -|I Normal Precipitation .. .05 Ins.J \ home city. Every city need
( tae AsMClatrd frmm to form of I 1871 Government of the
the com
will be of i manager rrrurtf |>rrU4rnillMK
_Le Associated Press U exclusively entitled to nur we given something a substantial i.Ihl* ro boosting.
government for the city. This! nf H oVItx-k this -- ('' mune proclaimed in Paris
republication of all news dispatches credited tIt V{
i There time to act
nature. i ill only one-
or not otherwise credited In this paper and algatha letter papeared several days ago Tomorrow's Almanac t f {

local news published liere.1ir. No other proposed improvement will and The Citizen published it. This:' I Sun rises .......... .. .... 6:22: a. m. '- and that is right now! 1918-British airmen bung.

NATIONAL EDITORIAL) promote the progress of the Florida Keys ; paper will publish all letters on ISun sets ... .._ .. .... (;:42 p. nt.r .' i 1c To drink deep from the cup of down 24 German machines and disable .

subjects: of interest addressed to rises ...... .. .. 2:40 a. m. II victory every citizen must boost seven.; .
ASSOCIATION part of Monroe result in its I
C/f 11 l..eIn..It.eA.: .. I 9.J 5 county, general the forum, provided the letters!I Moon sets ... .......... 1:45 p. m.Tomorrow' Partly Cloudy Southerly Wind and boost hard.
development and a. great increase of its contain no personal attacks ofanything I Florida Cloudy tonight and 1920-Tornadoos sweep) the
Tide : |I !
I If you boost together as hard I middle west.
jne Tear ___,SfBSCBIPTIOV. .... _h ......_RATES....__..10.0'Ix population, as much, or one-tenth as much of a libellous nature. In I A.M. P.M. Friday with showers! in north and as you should, your city will
Months ? _. .cot as would the construction of the proposed reply to our questioners we must High ..._ .._._........ G:17 5:20 central portions tonight probably I|j forge ahead and your citizens will) 1928-Amos and Andy first
_.._. ..... advisf that do not know the
Three Months I.U we colder in I
)0. Month ._. .. .8s overseas bridges.It name of the writer nor does any Low.... ._ _......._...10:35 ending northwest Friday portion morning tonight; and in'''i! have a feeling of intense joy; heard over the radio.
.2* |
Weekly sounds well to talk about making. employe of this paper know him. Barometer at 8 a. m. today.: north and central portions Fri.( pride and exultation. '
ADVERTISING RATES I Sea level 30.00. Often opportunities go with extreme | I
Mad known on application. Key West attractive as a tourist center, day. suddenness. If you have
Through the coming and going 'I
SPECIAL. JSOT1CE but in this day of widespread automobile Jacksonville to Florida Straits: not been a live one, you now have
Jon reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution. .f of L. P. Rowland a lifetime worker Lowest Highest Gentle to moderate southerly]i John
v'."p wt. cMiuary notices, etc. mill be charge for at traveling it is little less than a waste of effort in the Y. M. C. A., many citizens Station Last Night Yesterday winds becoming northerly Fridayand a chance to be a home city booster. -! THE 00'1 1
e rata er :0 cents a line. ._ If are a business man.t
have interest in Abilene] .. 14 r.2 you
expressed! an u" I
Node for entertainments by churches from which.revenue to try to make a tourist town out of mostly overcast weather,
I !
s Is to te derived are S cents a IIns.The the proposition to establish' a. Atlanta m.". ''''' f.O 7 4i occasional showers join your Chamber of Commerce Serial

ion c?Citizen pcblie 'issues Is an open and subjects forum and of local Invites or general discus this city without connecting it by a high. branch of the organization in Key j i i Boston ..... .......- 34 52 j north probably and central portions tonight over I advertise your business in this Matinee: 10-

with ........ ... 36 54 newspaper! become a live wide.
ntrrett but It will not publish anonymous eommunl way the mainland. West and a meeting is planned ati{ Buffalo and Friday morning.

sums. Consider the of tourist which those iutert"stt"dvill diH'U3tilt' !, Charleston ........ 62 C8 I j East Gulf: Moderate northerlywinds awake citizen. Don't let the op-
case any re proposition. The meeting will Chicago ......-..... 34 56 : {portunity get by. Grasp it now!
j I north
Work-with the stuff above your eye sort in Florida or any other state: where be held in the Harris school Monday i Denver .............. 22 4 G over portion moderate and gentle GET RIGHT WITH THE PRO KEY WESTCOLONIAL
i !southerly: becoming
bT tourist '''Detroit ......... 58 GRESSIVE SPIRIT OF YOUR HOTELIn
W3. one goes there by train or boat 25! night at 8 o'clock and all interested I ,.34 northerly late tonight or Friday
make the are invited to be present' I I Galveston ........ (54 78 lover CITY AJJD STAY RIGHT!
or more trip by automobile. { south portion. "
i iBesid
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and take part in the discussion.The !': I Havana ..... .. 70 i the Center of the Business!
Why the aversion t pink'ilips-how /if'we get.. th .bridges, we.wilh '1Ir F f .toot' "':" '. Union 26; 40 i Ohio the Caro1 and Theater District
1 ,, I "'h' WEATHER CONDITIONS linasnorthern.-I'
about all the other colors! ? 4What's not only have, thousands., of tlurisU.eomehere I YfeehtrKenilX wit ,!Senato}.1 Jacksonville: ?_. C,4 .. 88. ,I : 1 .
41 : I \frtJohtttoijjiof| California*' 34 i nessee, and there have been showers First'Class-Fireproof-
4 but other essential Kansas City. , 54 I
projects, sucj\ asa I The middle Mississippi i Valley! southern
in Texas. Tmpera-
liis son, 11}rain V3g3r.f and party KEY WEST ...,.. 74 86 I ,, I Sensible Rates
in a nqme1 Ask the editor pipe-line of'water ujuka !fiver I disturbance has moved eastward.lures' have fallen in the Mississip-' ,
t s .yyst 1. qathoariLTJleft this; moifclng .Jot Little Rock .:.:..44 82 ( i it I !
who spelled the brioewiJB>Jl wU-i\i'i'I\'4.hejelliivVss( {>J will Los Angelesr,2! ',70 t to the Appalachian, region and 'J apt I II I Valley southern Plains States. COFFEE, .SHOP NOW OPEI
i pressure!' is low this, morning from i|(and Texas, with readings somewhat -
Where will accommodate thou go through the Panama Canal en I Louisville ........ 38 74' .
we route to San Francisco. Miami ................ 74 84 Ontario southward to the Gulf of 1 I below normal throughout Garage Elevator
Correct this sentence: "I'd rather sands of tourists? is a question that may I I' Minneapolis\ ...... 20 40I i Mexico and thence westward over !I I, most of this area, and have risen Popular Prices

have a $50 a month job than a $30 a be asked, aptly and relevantly. And that Leaving over the East Coast j I New Orleans ._.. 72 84 ,: the Rio Grande Valley Sault Ste. j I throughout, most of the Atlantic I J

month dole."* question can be answered readily: supply last night for West Palm Beach ]|New York .......... 40 58 Marie\ Mich., and Buffalo, N. Y., States with abnormally mild
were the Due and Duchess! del Pensacola .. ...... 70 74 29.72 inches Wytheville. Va., weather prevailing from Virginia
will promptly follow the demand. That 13 I I i[ 29.82 Inches and Brownsville! southward.!
Richelieu ,of Paris, France and Pittsburgh ..._..u 24 44
One Kentucky man shot another who a business or economic law that never Captain and Mrs. Clarke D.I St. Louis ... .... 36 C2 I I Texas 29.86 inches; while the G. S. KENNEDY. NEVERBEFORE
western high pressure area now Official in Charge.
called him common liar. It is provokingto fails. Stearns. The due and duchess were Salt Lake City 26 40 extends: eastward the central
pending a while in Key West as! Francisco .. 50 68
be called common. i Let us consider the number of tourists I an I Plains States into the middle Mississippi Subscribe to The Citizen.
guests of Captain and Mrs\ Seattle _... ......u 42 48 I
who came here last winter: despite the Stearns. Tampa .............. 64 84 | Valley Dodge City KZP, .1 SUCH A
and Little Rock, Ark., 30.20 inch- I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
West will be Washington ...... 50 68 SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE
Key remarkably progressive fact that Key West had been given nation- I | es. Snow has occurred during the 'I FUNERAL HOME t
Deputy United l States Marshal .....14 20
Williston I
when its citizens decide to be remarkably wide publicity during the summer and Andrew Lopez has been authorized .m. ;: last 24 hours in the Lake Superior EstaUisHeJ 49 Y.ara I at this !low price!

progressive.The fall, everybody who arrived here was by the government to demand I WEATHER FORECAST I region, and rain and thunderstorms -II Key W..,'. OUst ,
I II from the southern Lake
readily accommodated. Indeed, not nearlyas i the surrender of all !spurious': or. 24-Hour Ambulance Service
legion southward the
I counterfeit coin which he may (Till 8 p. m. Friday) I, over upper II Licensed Embalmer 1
strongest man is not he who leans tourists here last winter I f
many came as I Find in the possession of persons I Key West and Vicinity: Partly P.... 13ft N!.HtPirates 896.w 1

m.ost on society, but in Ibsen's words, "the were in Key West in 1924. I in Key West. Those who have such cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle [ CASA MARINAKey I

man who stands mostly alone." And, with the completion of the coins are requested to call tho outherly; winds becoming moder- I II / I .1PR
deputy marshal and deliver the/ West's Hotel De Luxe II
bridges and the arrival of thousands of I of I I Cove Fishing Camp
came to him.Editorial pleted for a crackerjack game American Plan .
Nice people are not *so nice when tourists, that same never-failing law of I sail'tomorrow afternoon at the 200 Delightful Rooms each Pirates Cove, Florida

they repeat scandal concerning people supply and demand will result in the con. Comment: Fearing; to barracks between the Indians! and with Private Bath I 20 Miles From Key West on

who ,are not nice. It puts them almost in struction of casinos, pavilions sand other undergo an operation a .Chicago egulars. The game should be one asI I j I(I I Evening Dinner ___ $2.0 the Overseas Highway I
the category. I min got out of undergoing: 'tho of the best seen in some time : Luncheon -. _,____.., 1.50 SWIMMING POOL'-1 '
same recreational centers, and more hotels ordeal by hanging himself. all of the players are in good I|I Afternoon Tea .51 : FINE CUISINE

apartment houses, bungalows and cot. shape and ready for the contest. I'I or a la Carte I First Class AccommodationsWrite 3BAK Ye-'
Pictures of the late "Legs" Diamond's"sweetie" Two men, evidently visitors JUNIOR flu muGilGrtt
tages. I I
were heard discussing Key West Miss Cornelia Warren delight Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with or Telephone for
show that the nickname was Say what we may or argue as we may, and one of them said, "This ap- fully entertained the Twelve Pal i Casino Reservations A
erroneously applied.-Tampa Tribune. So the prime, the incomparable necessity ,to pears to be a good town. Businessis Club yesterday afternoon at the Masseur in Attendance I Rates: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day OTHER T M.REG PATENTS US PAT MMOIHC.OFF. r-| >

you've been looking. assure the economic welfare of Key Westis thriving, fine buildings good home on White street. Bridge was PETER SCHUTT, Mfr. American Plan "rsn
stores, and everybody who passes: played and other games. Refreshments =-
the completion of the proposed bridges.Of us or of whom we ask information were served. ._. .
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Huey Long would enforce by law that the huge appropriation that has I answers us courteously and
be all rich. $900.000.-1 seems ager to impart informa "The Love Garden" still continues .1..11111.1..111:
we Why not a step further
go passed both houses of congress, tion. That is the spirit which makes to grow. All its spreading .eS .......................................................e.e..o..a.
and legislate that we all be gifted socially i 000 has been allocated for loans or grants for progress and the people of branches are nearly complete andit

influential and handsome.One for public projects in states or political : Key West should be on the roadto will\ blossom in all its spring

subdivisions. With that nearly one billion' success." beauty and color on April 14 and

of the funny things in life i is the I 15 at the San Carlos Theater.-Mr. NEW WALL BOARD
dollars available for projects similar to Several hundred basketball fan Skilling. composer and director of

belief of some individuals that they are the construction of the bridges we have saw the High School team of Key this beautiful musical comedy

the only ones that can adequately direct been trying to obtain for years it appears Wet gain a decisive victory ovei feels sure of it being: a success. .
the Y. M. C. A. five from Miami
the activities of an entire community. almost a certainty that a sufficient sum last night. The local team took the
can be secured for that purpose if con lead a few minutes after play was MONROE THEATER I

Everything is so topsy-turvy in the certed and determined efforts are made to !started': and at no time was in any W. C. Fields-Baby LeRoy in .

world at the present time that if junior danger. The struggle was filled t IT'S At GIFT
get \vith.thriU i and action'amfwheli V thick Weatherwood Densboard thick that it be nailed tostudy
it.The exciting Todd in so can
home and saitl'Oiat; {tlft I Ben Lyon-Thelnia
came : teacherKtold: Citizen in efforts to determine game" 'the ,
Ue ended TWICE S--: 1thout'hdvMg'to'sheath back of it. in
j LIGHTNING STRIKES :; ;' Pretty brown color. Comes
him 2 and 2 don't equal 4 anymore, Wwoultln't the sentiment o'f the copimunitjr regarding ,eofe was 25 to' .1K.HArrangements sheets'4' nil A It t ,
> .I Orchestra. '
lOe \
Matinee; Balcony,. ;
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argue the point. various proposed projects for Key West, bay been 'com- IS.2 ei? Ni hr., 15-25e : e ] .J i ';-:. .
"> : ro.'
learned beyond question, that. the preponderant ,, ." ... .Pnce.12..Length. ',, '' ,. l t'Price '
There was an..editorial writer -t JI $50 00
once } opinion! favors< who thought he would. produce consternation !t MUNSON ISLAND' .
of the bridges first. VERSEAIIOTEL 4F"ISHING- CAMP: I 9"aVidlOftengthfss' \ "J/i.,.. .
among his readers by leaving his : .. ; : .19'1 55OOPrice

column blank only to find that his ensuing A few residents and several visitors 917 FLEMING STREET Operated Belt Fishing by R.on M.Coast Ellison, I . Per M ,,...:..._...-" .._JI --1.....__:...... S
mentioned water or a sewer system as the Rooms
mail contained letter after letter of appreciation Guides and Boats AvailableSea Lengths

and approval.If main project and ranked the bridges as With Person Running; With Water Bath,, $1.00$1.50 FoodFishingBoatingBathing : Per, M .........__.._.._...._._.-:._...___ 45.00
second or third but "the long bridges"was

the state wants to get somethingover the reply when the question was pro a Per.oaWEEKLY RATES Write for ReterTatioiu. Poi 11j.. thick Structo Board, absolutely smooth, like glass, even heavier .

RenovatedNew Office. Ramrod Key, than the above, rigid and strong, 4' wide. ;
pounded to nine out of 10 persons.As Newly S
to the voters why not establish a Accessible by Rail or Auto to

daily paper? We know others with per several pointed out, with the New Management Equipment Ramrod Key Price 12 LengthsPer

sonal axes to grind who entered the daily bridges completed the piping of the pro- NO CLEANER HOTEL Rates Camp: Boats$5.00 Meet Per Guests Day- M _._._._...___ $65.00

newspaper field. Broadcasting the senate posed water supply could be attached to I ANYWHEREJ America. Plait Price 9* and 10' Lengths s

the bridge work, whereas, without the 70 00
proceedings throughout Florida will be -- - .. Per M ...__..._....._...___.........._._.. '
difficult inasmuch as WRUF cannot be bridges, water mains would have to be ; ::::.::;. Price 4* Lengths

reached down in this section. And sunk in the sea. And, as a water supply I 55.00
we Per M .._____..___._._..__
people down in this neck of the woods do precedes a sewer system, the coming of !

not want to be cut out of hearing the show. the first would assure the installation of I Your OpportunityNow i/ thick Weatherwood Ivory Tile sheets, is beveled on edges:and tongue ; L1

Sarasota Herald. the second. and grooves together. No stripping necessary., If careful not even ,

It would be a boon to Key West to necessary to paint it. Makes a beautiful wall finish. Sizes of sheets: .

Miamians listening to the WIOD performance obtain the three projects but if one must i is the time to t modernize your home and 24"x48"; 24"x32"; 18"x48"; 18"x32" : ?

of the ,Pirates of Pc 14ance, tonight be chosen as the first to be undertaken to make such improvement:to your property as may

and planning to attend the Biltmore The Citizen feels that unquestionably the be needful or desirable before costs advance too Price Per MSq. $60.00:': .
much. f FL ,
staging of it tomorrow will be interestedto : proposed bridges is the most important. '

realize that a great Gilbert and Sullivan about r You should visit our store and ask to see these wall boards.: They are : \
See us the U. S. Government plan on
revival has swept this country in the Intelligence is what you get from long term modernization loans. S revolutionary, and will provide a type of finish that is needed here, at very ;

last three or four years, and especially thepast home. Common sense you must develop ,. economJcal cost.Sooth .

season.: Climax was the season-long yourself. Learning i is what you obtain in Enjoy the benefits while you pay. :

appearance in leading Eastern cities of school. Knowledge) ia what the world

the famous D'Oyly Carte Company, Lon- I hands you. Judgment comes only with Ii!
The First National Bank of Key West
don's successor of the Old Savoy. The e the years. Experience is a bitter medicine Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

D'Oyly Carte played to overflow houses I administered by life itself, and must be Member of the Federal Reserve

and had to extend its New York booking.It taken with a bit of conscience. Wisdom Phcne 598 White and Eliza Streets

is that company, incidentally that puts !] is a phantom often chased but seldom Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
"Your home is worthy of the best"c
out the photographic recordings of the overtaken. Success or failure are a mat- YOUR BANK

various Gilbert and Sullivan operas.-I ter of opinion. Reputation is the golden .. ., i ......................................................................

, Miami Daily News, scale.l f .Contentment-- the final! objective.. -- ._, -. -- ,, /mw1I/
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ATHLETICS WIN t DIAMONDBALLTILT I eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee MANY ARTICLES should be a necessary' part of the

I 6RERT RICHES Today's Birthdays VIEWS andREVIEWS mental furniture of everybody"
OVER BUSY BEESINDIAMONDBALL TOMORROW NIGHT I eeeeeeee.Se..See.e..... . James Weldon Johnson Negro

Mortimer E. Coeley of Ann Arbor fa, A M .... treed author

arttonts: jumtt It.,01I. Ill. reeling childish way the speech of I Miclu, among the country's DUESSELDORF Germany, WHAT TWCV Mr WVCTHf MCMI CO WMMO' "America could not be the

loa mud tu 0oo6 It torn the unknown Indian warrior. Tomorrow night at the Bay- great engineers, born at Canan- March 26.-Nothing U toosmall America it is but for the influence -
into (*. Sttmtonamity <", Ktt .
daigua N. Y. 80 for fUction Donald RcKb! rff, NRA C.OIM-
Concord Ko*. flat .is en orphan.eU0 James was used to grown people view Park field the Lopez Fun- years ago I when it the Negro people have had.
reared bg doting prawdpa tor: "
feet, and petted y aft tht famIifrkarla.gnpt used to attention so he started his EXHIBITION STAGED eral Home softball ten will tackle cmc to property of com- upon it.
: LAST "It was the rush and bustle of
. 8.. It UlJlui oration gaily enough. Bat when he the fast slipping Busy Bee outfit. munitti.
Governor Herbert
Frail and
Jdu admirer' llolcomb.ou(.U* U.Jimtf'o"ilJerre"greatest came many to the moons words.and They their moccasinswore were tiredIn EVENING AT BAYVIEW follows Other games scheduled are as New York, born in New York An official notice give details bad provisions! to get into codes." debtttante, night club entertain.

having .m argument Tk. Judo* PARK RESULTED IN SCOREOF : City 57 yens ago. of seizures on the premises err
outhis voice broke.
kit Athletics and
bflltvti' Jamei cannot kelp ago- Monday night
teed.-.!/<.* Julia, mnvb If 6. contrary Thereafter to the end he was that 9TO2 Busy Bees; Wednesday night the of fifteen dissolved communists Sally Rand, fan dancer: "I can't see why any girl hasn't
cite hit dtaodvoetage&Chapter
a right to take a job and it
Indian brave; and an Indian brave eternal tivals, Lopez ten and the Commander Frank II. Hawks of organizations, mostly "I have the primitive urge for keep
on her merit.
mast be stoical aDd speak hIs words Bakers will meet once more. New York City noted aviator and I athletic, where the chief marriage and children." own

Four calmly and slowly. His voice carriedto So the fans can see how the I aeronautical adviser, born at Mar-
(By JOVE) booty consisted of 10 sport William E. B.rah, U. S. Seat.
the end of the auditorium
ON THE STAGE very boys will fight it out for first shalltown. Iowa :38 years ago. William H. King, U. !. Senator, '
shirts _
The Athletics at 10 short. 10 pairs of f. IclaL.
and no one coughed and none of the won a game :
in few
I place the next games. from Utah
-I'D I be the last one to ,deny that children wiggled or stuck out a JeerIng '. la -t. The Busy! Bees, with the I stockings, one sweater and a I : "Why should Great Britain g<'
has hostile
absence of the two famous brothers Norman Hapgood: editor pair of goalkeeper's pants "Japan no feeling to war''with us when 'she secure
the Stlmtons are mighty fine tongue.At C.eeee...eeeeS.C..Ce.eec au- i toward the United States. She
people said Miss Julia."But a body the end there was a little husband Manolo and Armando Ace-I thor and diplomat born in Chi- At another club nothingwas everything she desires through
might think to hear you going on then James glancing at his vedo, did not look so hot. Blondy Today'sAnniversaries (ccgo 67 years ago. found but "one dumbed" I : our friendship. diplomacy?"

that James never had a mother. I grandmother saw that she was cryIng Roberts started on the mound for I and at yet another "one I

liked little Molly Ewing. and was suddenly overcome by the Bakers and walked the first Dr. William A. Neilson president wrestling mat." William C. McAdoo, U. S. Senator Henry Ashhurst. U. S. Senator,

confusion and embarrassment. He three batters. There Willie Gates But everything was seized: from California: from Arizona:
"She was as sweet a girlas ... of Smith College I
young -
ran to his grandmother and hId his see "Unless want to continue to
relieved him and pitched the rest "for the benefit of the Prussian we "The entire Pacific coast is the
ever came to this town to visit. Mass.'! born in Scotland, 66
But I mean to on believing thatIt face In her arms. of the ame. 1592-Commenius, Czechic educational state." be a boob nation we will not hesitate Achilles heel of the nation to-.
People crowded around them con reformer, born. Died years ago. 'to make this increase i in the flay."
takes'more than sweetness to At second. Elbertson had three
make a fine character. Why Molly gratulating him; the minister among chances and booted four. Nov. 15, 1670. noted sculptor born there 58 :army."

was so shy and timid she used to cry others said It was a remarkable performance Max Bendix. noted orchestral year sago. MarrtMr S. Eeeles. Governor, Fed.
but James would not look At bat. Bunny Roberts, Joe
every time she had to go to a party. 1749-Pierre Laplace, French conductor and composer! born in Cyril Norwood president St. eral Reserve Board:
np or speak. Afterwards James was hale Ca.stellano. and Jones hit
She couldn't even produce a child In demand astronomer-mathematician, born. Detroit, 69 years ago. Anne Douglas Sedgwick of England John College, England: "The most efff'rtiv8y of
great as an entertainer two safely in four tries.
without dying of It. but tbe Governor his foot I Died !March\ 5, 1827.1787Theodore noted novelist: born at Englewood -I "No one has been able to ex- achieving a better balance is
soon put
That may be your Idea of a good down. lie said James was getting: I In the field. Gopher got five Albert Laessl of Philadelphia, N. J., 62 years ago. :plain to me clearly why algebra; through income taxes..
outs and one assist in left. Castillo ,
Inheritance but this Is a free country spoiled. renngnuysen, ------ ---- -- -.- -- ,,- - - --
had chances and did not
and 1 guess 1 have the rIght to James relapsed into obscurity: or seven noted New Jersey lawyer, U. S. '
make Molina also /1111111.11111I'IIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I2j1't
differ with you without being called Into such_. obscurity as was possible I an error. playeda Senator and college president,
good game
names.- ior Dr. Jim'a son ana the uovernors & &
,born in Somerset Co., N. J. Died
"Hare It your own waIbouted! I grandson.H'coplscrowded For the Busy Bees, C. Gates did April 12, 1862.

not pitch:tihistusuaJfprm.\ \ } !\ but "'

he pot everything that. was hit his :
1793-Henry R_ Schoolcraft.
Hale played t, well around
S 3.Af' way ) greatest authority in his day on FIRMS
:r d9raF ;foR k'cv n nc the.l1ot cornef.Score" IRELIABLE
';gX:: iY i the American Indian born at
by innings: R."II. E.I
.J'Be bbd'002'000' Watervliet, N. P. Died in Washington -
nu *s : -2 7' 7
D. C. Dec. 10 1864.
1 ,
ANNRL,. r Athletics 130
xYpy Batteries: Roberts, C. Gates and I

( ( (y'4iiv.4'oVtIJi4 II.Summary Gates; Ward: Two and base Gabriel.hits: Hale,i I rate 1818 general.-Wade South Hampton Carolina, Confed-governor 5 Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction

( : and senator, grandson of a
Castillo; stolen bases: Gonzalez,
famed American, born at Columbia 'eeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee">.eeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
Ward; Double play: Gonzalez to
S. C. Died 11 1902.
April ,
r Hs'i rt Castillo; left on bases; Busy Bee BARBECUED '
8, Athletics 8; struck out: by DO YOU
I : 1821-William H. Russell not .
"" \1
Gates 4, by Ward 1; bases! on

I balls: off Roberts 3, off Gates 1, born.ed English Died Feb.war 9,correspondent 1907. NEED MONEY? j Prepare the OId-F a.hioned \: MARINE CURIOS CONDENSED MILK ,

;"f. i' off Ward 3; time of frame: 1:40; way with all the trimmings SOUVENIRS ,

umpires: Capote Gonzalez and SANDWICHES of all kind : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR

Lopez. I 18C2-Aristide Briand famed We buy anything in OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORE
French statesman and peace maker :
lOc 35e.: and ,Films
Standing of the clubs: I of Europe 12 time France's O. GOLD-Watches, Chains, TOCOLD Same quality and weight as

Club- W. 1.. Pet premieborn.. Died March 7, Pins, Rings and Dental BEER : Diamonds, Watches and : other higher priced condensed

) Lopez Funeral Home 2 0 1.000 1932. Wine Sodas Etc. Jewelry milk.:
I 5 Bridge Work. I :
; Bees ....._....... 1 1 .500
Busy ............._........e. Watch and JewelryDISTRIBUTED BY-
Athletics __....._...._.... 1 3 .250 PAY US A VISIT ,

CLASSIFIED Florida Gold Refiners : "W. Greet You With a Smile" : RepairingFRANK TRUJILLO BROTHERS ,

Pitching record: k

Pitcher- W. L. Pct. 604 Duval St. Phone 347? ART'S BAR-B-QUE JOHNSON WHOLESALE GROCERY t.

A. Lunn _......._... 1 0 1.000T. COLUMN Divuioa and Simontoa Sts. : ta..
U. S. Govt. Permit : Division, and Thomas Streets
Lunn .._..._.__.. 1 0 1.000C. J -NO FLIES .Colonial I I Hotel I Bldg. ',
_..._............ :
Gates ........._....... 1 0 1.000 r..r 1 ......e..e...................................

Ward _,.-.--..___....... 1 2 .333 PERSONALS .1)0.:

around them congratulating James. Tines ..........._......_... 0 1 .000 SELECT SEA FOODSREAD: HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE1' ,

the juoge.nave. a _.. It.. your own way.: < james_ I oratorical. powers were B. Roberts ......._......._ 0 1 .000 STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, Jewfuh, 2 Ib*. ...._. see I INSURANCE :

The Stlmsons are fools the Ewings forgotten soon enough. But Judge INDIGESTION victims, why Y.UOWUU Steak, 2 iu. 35 :THE KEY WEST : C

dolts and little James has dementia Ilolcomb never forgot. lie crowed Batting averages up to and including suffer? For quick relief get a Yellowtail:: o. Bo., 2 Ibs. 2Se _

praecox. Now that you've won the over Miss Julia until that long suffering game of March 27: free ample of Udga, a doctor's Grouper 2 Ib*. .. 2Sc : Office: 319 Duval Street

argument and reduced me to dust 1 lady told him tartly that be Player- AB R. II. TB SB Ave. prescription, at Gardner's Phar- Snapper, 2 Rise 2Se SLJNDAYSTAR ./

am goIng home and associate for reminded her of a rooster who bad Castellano 12 2 6 7 1 .500 macy. Mutton Fun, 2 I Ik*. 25e ; ;

tbe good of my soul with my bound. laid an egg. A Acevedo fi 2 3 5 2 .500 marl3-18-19-20-25-26-27aprl-2-3-; TELEPHONE NO. 1

"Caesar being a dumb animal The Judge took this good-natured Arias .... 4 0 2 2 0 .500 8-9x Largo Select Oyster _
$2 Per Year \
still believes I have sufficient Intelligence I,. lie was always goodnaturedwhen Baker .... 9 3 4 4 1 .444 FRESH SHRIMP \\Sabtcription<

to know something not much he felt he had proved his Carbonell 7 0 3 4 0 .428 BICYCLESWE GROUND GREEN Key: West' Only Sunday -THE- Try Your Meals. At

but something! of human nature and point. And then he knew that In her Albury .. 5 2 2 3 1 .400 TURTLE MEAT.

the simple laws of heredity. But perhaps heart of hearts Miss Julia was almost Kl'rr.... 10 4 4 4 1 .400 RENT by the Hour, Day or : Paper : ; Delmonico Restaurant

Tin wrong. Perhaps I ought to as pleased at little James'small L. Lopez R 0 ::1 3 1 .375 Week. Repair all makes and KincfUn MackerelFREE Business Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY .
thank Cod Almighty that Caesar We DELIVERYLOWE : Bodweisor Beer -------- I5e i
success as he was. Lucilo .... G 1 2 2 0 .333 paint them with Nu-Enamel. PROMPT

tau't answer back and tell me In Jones ....._ G 1 2 2 0 .333 carry a full supply of parts. FISH COMPANY : Building : Six Course Dinners, -.--.-
words Just what he really thinks of was a little over sixteen for the Rollfast Bicycles
JAMES Castillo .. 3 1 1 2 0 .333 Agent PHONE 51 ---------- SOe, 75c, sad aSe
we." when his grandfather trying out Ubieta .__. G 2 2 2 1 .333 and sell them as low as $1.00 PHONE-151 '.

a successor to Dan. his riding horse McCarthy 10 1 :3 5 0 .300 per week J. L Stowers Music .OOOOOOOO04OYSTERS........... ....................' ..e.e eaeeeeeeeeeeeI e............................
IB Jude went home In a ball wbo bad reached the of honor. marl8-lmo .it. :
1 age Company.
I Roberts 10 0 3 3 0 .300 S
huff and
for.several days was up
able retirement was thrown and
pish with Miss Julia whenever be suffered injuries from which he : : : S
Coal dust spread on Russian -i---------i .
met her. His belief that little James
never recovered. The Governor SERVED ANY STYLE : J : To see the PRETTY GIFTS
cotton fields increased the ,
Stimson was no common or garden spent most of his last summer reclining crop '
Mo- o and NOVELTIES at Now Offered in 3 Grades
PIANO TUNER Laureano ,
child predestined to success was in a wheeled chair on his yield by absorbing more heat from I Extra large s select quart 7S ;

strengthened rather than diminished side veranda watching through half- the sun.SUNDAY. t reno. Excellent piano for sale Standard, quart 70e i I | THOMPSON'S FREE at per Ib
cheap. 1018 Division street.
by Miss Julia's opposition.And
closed the river which
when about this time James began Its eyes graceful.great mile-wide bend I I I I n -' mar20-lmo NICE JUICY .STEAKS: I ,: MARINE MUSEUM 25c,'20c aDd 15c '

emerged briefly Into the limelight Just below him. I 'DI N N ESUGGESTIONS : f Oyster Sandwich* ..-...-. lOc OVERSEAS 324 Margaret Street .
and bad a small public triumph this I 1 Filet S. dwicJ.o. toe At Your LocalS
At first everyone said and thought WANTED ; wiU.Buy It
belief Jelled Into a certainty. It was J Things that your( friends
that be wou'd soon be on his feet j '- - All '0t1a.. : "Transportation Co., Inc. : Store
iate. Cpn <: in and
arguable : :appr < lee
no longer v a and himself again but as the leaves 1 1on'ttie WANTED=A ihane'to W4 on : : I

This small triumph took place I In : trees and undergrowth which ] 1, 'n, ANN PAGE si your nett,printing order: ''The Hot Souse Erery Saturday: FAST.R. IABl.f: :.lher, . I, .: :r, Routed in Key West at

the Congregational CburclTat' embowered the river banks, turned Artman, Press. ang7f .eE. . DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE Y ournext Lobster Crab Dinw ..
benefit for the Heathen given by the. from every shade of emerald and' t I i C! AICNTD preference vegetable to fresh are this 8Ul'gute4in week i $2. wrir Lrj? ; LUNCH"rIROOM : :ner wilt te much more delicious.. STAR COFFEE. MILL

Missionary Society. James1'grand % : F.r'.AI1I.fOhlatloA .it it is baked and served in'oar :
olive to gold or russet or crimson since moat fresh' vegetable are WANTED Young fady ='ex- 900 Sloutlard Street : 512 Greene Street
mother was responsible. and old James' face took on more I scarce and quite high. Moat fruits too ecutive to take PHONE 269-M : Giant Scallop or Heart Sea
She as a very little girl had been and more the Ivory transparency of are a little higher but apples orange type chargeof PHONE 207-W J Shells : Phone 256

taken by her mother to bear Marcus alabaster those about him knew and grapefruit still offer good values. store. Write age, experienceand : JAS. D. BAILEY. Agent : .

for for his Bananas are cheaper. salary expected. Box J, .................. .... ........ ........... .
Whitman's appeal help that the old man was nearIng the II Seafood is again plentiful and mod- e .e..e. ........... ...............................

struggling mission In distant Ore- end of his journey. erate in price. Lamb and chucks of care The Citizen. mar28-lt :

gon. Tucked away In an old Bible Old James knew it too but what beef continue to be the beat meat DINE AT THE I Birds Animals Fish PRITCHARD ROSESFLORAL
was the printed slip containing the buys. Eggs and butter maintain theirlows
his thoughts were no one guessed-
Indian wbo I of last week. Get out some of
farewell speech of an PLAZA RESTAURANT j '
except possibly Sarah his wife. The ;your favorite recipes that call for MOUNTED :
had made the long Journey from two would sit together hand In hand eggs and enjoy them while eggs are FUNERAL HOMEDignified PIECES A .

Oregon 10 Saint Louis seeking to for hours at a time scarcely saying at their cheapest and best. ARCHER'SGROCERY CECIL GRAY

learn of the white man's religion a word but apparently In perfect This week find spinach, celery and If'you are accustomed to SPECIALTY ,
which Marcus Whitman himself bad radishes the best values in succulent Sympathetic
accord. I diainy at none, you will find *
vegetable Potatoes yellow turnips
placed In little Sarah's hand. Old James died with his eyes repealing are still cheap and bulk carrots "Tbe Store That Serve THE PLAZA novel aad ea. : TAXIDERMIST Courtesy
Fifty years later Sarah Stimson to old Sarah the promise his and parsnips inexpensive. PLANTS and VINES .
found the faded slip and read It to lips could no longer speak-not to Here are three menus made up of Yon Best"HERE'S joyablo experience.BREAKFAST. "

her grandson. After the second readIng go far without her. And Sarah her seasonable foods adapted to different : LICENSED EMBALMER ;
Fmc Work At Reason
budget levels. THE PLACETO a
James was able to repeat It with bead bent over James' cold thin I SOUTH FLORIDA
the afternoon the ministers Low Cost Dinner DO YOUR SHOPPINGYou
gestures hand asked but one boon of her God LUNCHEON !: AID ..laac. Service S .
wife came to calLA -soon to be allowed to follow after. Baked Stuffed Breast of Veal can able Price .
week later James. In a black The night of his grandfather's funeral Mashed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes get everything you SUPPER :. NURSERY '
need to make dinner
4 wide Bread and Butter your a < : :
velvet Fauntleroy suit with a was the last day of young LADY ATTENDANT
624 Front Street
Bananas in Lemon Gelatin success. Food quality is high ,
I lace not at al !
collar which went
James boyhood though he did not PLAZA RESTAURANT
Tea or Coffee Milk and prices are low. Come in 1: PHONE 597
with hIs uncompromising straight ,
know U until the following morning.
Medium Cost Dinner now and the of 505 Dual Str..t !. KEY WEST FLA. .Pkoae 58 Newer Sleep .
(red hair and freckles stood on New the (Copyright. fits Mattel n. rarn\an\) I buying finished get in drudgery a hurry,' or .............................e.aoeeeeeeoeeeeeeee, ...............................i...............
Itop stair leading to the pulpit of Fried Chicken Sweet Potatoes
''Concord's Congregational Church Green Beans phone in your order and. we : : DELICIOUS' '
James, III, enters McCONNELL
Tomorrow a AARON
'and thundered forth In a not mnafToday's new life. -unwillingly.' Bread and Butter will do the rest. ., Our Reputation U Wrap. PARK ?
-- .___ __ h _____ Fruit Cup Cookie 536 FUminf Street JOHN C. : CAKES and PASTRIES *
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...... ... Tea or Coffee Milk We Welcome Retpon.IpUAccount : ped in erery package : \
e e ............ ;
i"III"I.lIi Very Special Dinner iU

Horoscope Fruit Cup i I :: of : 328 SIMONTON ST. ;
Notice To Subscribers
i Roaat Leg of Lamb ONE STOP SERVICE .

*.....S................. :I Browned Potatoes Watek PRINTING
Whether need Heats, j : .J..J.DONE
Wax Beans you Doctot
ti' This day is another of those:i 1 i Please fc. prompt In paying Tomato and Lettuce Salad Fish Turtle, Fruits Oysters, PLUMBINGDURO I, I

seeming contradictions w:rich occasionally the carrier woo; delivers your Rolls and Butter II \ : BY us

appear. There is an inclination -i I paper. He pay TL. Cii'sen Caramel Baked Custard Vegetables, or Dairy Product, S
Coffee '
toward high ideals -witha i I Milk call Archer's Grocery.We WATCHMAKER JEWEI.DTHE- *
week for .
I i 15 cents a th pa.
spiritual nature; but underneath! ENGRAVER
there Is a wily personality that I per and sells it to yon for 20 meet all competitlM wfeh ARTMAN PRESS !: 'j, : Oar Ready-to-Serve Cake %[
Broadway Musical Revue I- See Him For Tear Next Work
may show as diplomacy, or, in cents. His profit for deliver- low price and kifk 4Bty PLUMBING SUPPLIES ;and Pastries .*. always froakl '
cruder natures, as cunning and Benefit Troop S, Boy Seoul ALL PRICES. REDUCED I :
weekly each .
I lair is 5 cent OB Citizen Bid*. .
& Peacock
craft. It produces shrewd bnsi- HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM PROMPT FREE DELfVHtT Hearst Ie 11 I .. I Illalseey
subscriber.. If !>. is sot paid PHONE 51 PHONE 348 : 7 i
ness nren who make their way by Friday March 29, 8 p. .. PIa... 67, 814 PIi1.i. Ill. 'ft.-- PHONE,818 K
the aviidance of dangers rather I I IlE loses I -w' Satsrdy IlltLs. :

than by combating them ;; ;;: Children, 15*. Adults, 20e _g W'li.lliil.l.lI.lIIIII.l"I.I.I.I.lIIII'IIII.lllj-- .. ',:

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SOCIETY .... .._ I
:-: : : PERMITS ISSUED -------------------- OVER ALL PAVEDHIGHWAY ON MOTORCYCLE I! ,parasites WASmGTOmseaJ'es I seriously stunt and the

Sosa left on the P. and O.

.................................................. S. S. Cuba yesterday for a visitin -----------------------1 rrowth of game animals and bird
Havana with relatives. ROADS,, .. II i ivint in the wild state, and the
International Poetic Symphony ficer of the Tender Ivy, which is I son lid belief that such wild creatures

OF P. O. S. OF J. Roland Adams left yesterday now at work in Miami harbor. Lee Baker of Fleming street, suffered -; ire I always healthy is far from
Event Here .On Next ThursdayCommodore I afternoon for Miami where he GROUP OF LEGISLATORS ARE | minor injuries last night:i true t fays the biological survey.

I A BUILDING was called on account of. the ill- Mrs. Alfred Acherson and ![while riding his motorcycle on* -
ness of a sister. daughter, :Miss Elizabeth Acherson -I i White street. i
Matho Fr.. voV Italian, George;: F. Archer; Span- -
I left yesterday for Miami The machine collided with a car:
lietk-Liuba, II. IX W., has assumed ; ; xyy
for I I Uh, Anibal Armayor.The Application has been made nnd Domingo Milord, Cuban consulat where Miss Acherson will consult I. which was parked without any I : x u
the "general chairmanship idea of the international Savannah, Ga., left yesterdayfor specialist. lights it was said iit, the home today -
the First International Poetic!I I permit granted for general repairs I I'I'a
Symphony ',which is sponsored by I i I poetic symphony for this city originated ; !and renovation of the building on I his station after a vacation of i,1 which resulted in his receiv-
with Miss Marie Cappick, I five months in Key West. R. L. Bow! construction engineer ing a sprained foot and gash on
under ,
the Key' ,West Poetry Group -; between Front and -
the of Miss\ Marie I i I editor of "The Spinner." I'eople Duval \a e: with the bridge projects one i (Florida News Service) I IT I the leg. Ir i
leadership. I prominent in the social life of Key Greene streets, owned by the I Bernard De Witt head of the the.keys, left yesterday afternoon I I! TALLAHASSEE March 28.-':

Cappick.The very' interesting event will ; We st have expressed their enthu- Patriotic Order Sons of America. I department of public relations after a short business visit in Key ; The state may take over the. been going on under state ap-

be; on Thursday, April I I siasm for the event. Cost of the work is estimated at 'with the FERA in Key West, who West. | maintenance and betterment of I'i I propriations.
!1 New construction for the past
4, at 8 p. m., at a place yet to be I Iannuounced. 1 I'I The final meeting of all chairmen I, $500. I was on a business visit to pointson all paved highways in Florida, in.i two has been accomplished Isw '
Robert: '
the keys, returned yesterday. Frost, internationallyknown I years
I' has been called for Fridayof
I :! i Other permits issued this week eluding those now maintained by
I I poet, and :Mrs. Frost, who almost altogether with federalI
this week promptly at 4 m., !
is chairman p. I of state
Mrs. Haydn Illinjjworth are for the following: counties and the portions
at the residence of the general :51\ rs. I. Williams. of Albany were in Key West for the winter, j I I funds, given to the state for that
of the program. The I I Erect garage on Catherine: I highway now running through incorporated -
chairmen of the different national chait man. 708 Eaton street. street. Owner, E. A. Strunk; C >t.1| Georgia, was an arrival yesterdayfor left yesterday afternoon for the limits of cities and express purpose.
rrorps are as follows: English,' Key Westers who are interested I II I I a stay as the guest of Mr. and home in Washington. | towns, if plans of one group of t Regarding Distribution I II |

Mrs. A. D. Luethi; French, Mrs. I in the promotion of this program I I I $125.New roof on home on North Mrs. James Mallard. I legislators are successful in the I Should the plan! to reallocate l csI

Alfred de Barritt; German. Mar-i are invited to attend the confer- Beach Owner, Joe Russell; cost,I Talbot 11 egg. of the housing EmergencyRelief di-,!' forthcoming session of the legis-'gasoline funds be successful, and Bt'aulifulRoofCANTBREAK

garet Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba;I ence.Enjoyable. I $150. Frank Powell representing one vision of the Federal lature. I the road department be given six -

I I Add hath room in home at I.. of the widely known electrical refrigerator Administration, who ,was ins: Maintenance and betterment of cents of the gasoline tax, the I
-- --- - U West for short vacation CANT BURN-
-- ne- Havana street: Owner, V: Cre- manufacturing companies Key a I all highways in the state by the present seventh cent would either!
Great Interest InSpring I mata; cost, $75. t who was in Key West fora and the guest of Ernest Hemingway state road department has been die a natural death this 'ear-it NEW LOW C05T-
left for his headquarters I
yesterday ; '
i New roof at 1110 Eaton street few days on business left yesterday -I advocated by many legislators for was enacted as an emergency' IMPROVEDROOFING
Evening '
Festival Tuesday afternoon for Miami. in Washington. measure in 1931 and 1933-or it
Owner W. H. Gibson; cost $250. | I I some time, but this has been un-'
General repairs at 1301 Newton I feasible and impossible becauseof would continue in force through ---I
''Great interest is now being The Young Woman's Auxiliary I street. Owner, \\". L. Bates; cost: Miss Nina de Lica! Leslie, for MILORD LEAVES I lack of funds heretofore. I action of the 1935 legislature and I
manifested in the proposed Springreslval of the First Baptist Church enjoyed $50,. several months society editor of I .J Under the proposal as now set be allocated as the body sees fit. -s j x- I
Bazaar to be given un1| o'clock dinner Tuesday' Until this the seventh cent :Sold Direct From Factory toYou
and a 6 The. Key West Citizen, left ) SAVANNH1EXPRESSEDi .forth, the legislators favonng year !
Friday afternoon, with a dresS-! evening at the pastorium, after1'' ES61'PA'SENGERSi::; J terday afternoon for her FOR. t i general"ftftS. ;n'lltatewitle'main. -. has gone to the general revenue : FREIGHT PAIDI
scheduled for this aft? |'which enjoyed a very CUBA cARI >> sAs. w1d I
rehearsal ; r.i. they'also C New York and,wilL return r ';, tenanee of 'aid highways liy the' !> M.
noon at the Public Libiary on Duival interesting book, "I* dV Fourth l September?*/ BstV5r I l i road department woul4Xavorl' l.d l.,!:' Ttreglte, T( the" tax herel', I hated Yew HUM u4 Bud i turn
Mrs Ruth I .. ofore has* cnt&tft the centralized' ,WATER: DAMAGE, h? ..... C.WMTwmw I
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street. I I Ik Daughter" ,taught ,by GRATITUDE + O' lpCat"Ing| six edit per galIo! 0g84olme f$ < ; : I ...., .... .
; } TV.B M l
... RooiM -
This Spring Fesival an- Miner.Different'. J : ;J .., .f' ....:;' .. 'board of 'admJittthtration at TallaJhaseee I
4,:MrjsVJ Minnie Ottov left yesterday l money' to th'1'oad. tle Uf;.SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFTLREKT
ti ual event held by the 1Vonran'sClub groups of this church 4 % . tfL ::1 HIS FRIENDS FDR?COUR.., ',( ":J ,, for retirement of thei:,I f I
: -
. .. ,t fcfternooiT(o celebrate her birth- "* :v-*. f(pertinent, and |IaclnK g' e ponjtubility AND BETTER IN ROOFING. F.
and elaborate arrangements are from' time to time studying !*, 'j' ; ; day" anniversary with her chil- >v i of upkeep*o'f"all th *highs.-' road and' brldge1>lids of coun- I llut Rao6..|wnpl,Cut Bum....k Cat .
have been made for the stagingof books of interest and broadening Steamship Cuba, of the P.'and TESIES SHOWN Jj|! ties and special'districlll.. 1 I B..... or carl .. M |W ,..,. U CM W
dren will be the the shoulders of thaI t
O. S. S. sailed yesterday -I in Miami and ways on '! ... .......,. Aad tto ie I
the event this year. influence, and it is said any company I I I Legislators advancing the increased .a..I. -oick ml
of Dr. and Mrs. Michael P.DeBoe. I
No admission will he charged,I friends are cordially invited to for Havana with 47 first class guest Much improved in health after!I j body. allocation to the road department -'' ...,1.... BECAUSE WE SELL DIRECT I

according to announcement made join these groups. passengers, 11 second class, two' his vacation of five months in his:l:1 Standard MethodsI for state upkeep of ally I FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU. I

by those having the affair in |I automobiles sit tons of freight' home city. Domingo Milord left.I I Road department officials ta highways would equalize the I I
charge, and all will be welcomed! Dance At Cuban and GO sacks of mail. t{i, Mrs Ella Collins left yesterday I,I yesterday afternoon for Savannah, ''that standard methods of upkeep}I 1. shifting of funds from the board I tar, prim Got a nal.....Ucimg nl f.r
.... ..... .. I
the afternoon for Fort Lauderdale,i ; to th IUM Irks.OT Ww 711 ulJ ftf
I Brazos of Clyde-1 could be 1
I employed prolong
to'attend. Steamship I Ga. where he is Cuban consul. of administration to the road def -
I IOT ......., Ra&Bf. w. tV. frat.U'JewtmfRtEbwk
where she will be the of her pay
Club TomorrowA Mallory Lines, is due in port tomorrow -i guest Before leaving Mr. Milord told I life! of the highways some ol partment by allowing counties I
'' ad t pac-
Musical Revue night from Galveston en, son and daughter-in-Iaw'-l\Ir.\ and : The Citizen he wished to expresshis which, they say. are in urgent t: and special: districts to take care I r-r- p.1. I

capacity crowd is expectedto route to Miami and New York. I!!Jlrs. Harry Collins. gratitude to his many friendsin 1 need of repairs and betterment t(],1{Iof their own bonded indebtedness .

Tomorrow Night attend the dance at the Cuban Freighter Alamo, of the Same]I I Key West for the many courtesies -I I prevent fatal deterioration. i'with funds which heretofore have

I Club tomorrow evening sponsored, lines, is due to arrive in port!I I Walter Roberts left yesterday which were extended to him .. Under existing allocation to the been used for the maintenance'

"Broadway Musical Revue" will,'by the Junior A Class of Key Sunday morning from New York.:: afternoon for Miami for a stay ot while here and he feels that the department of three cents of th!! and! betterment of county and 4 SOUTHERN STATES ROOTING CO.

v fle presented: in the High School West j,I High School. I I I I i several days with relatives and I. attitude of the people of his! hometown existing seven cent a gallon tax,"( special district roads. J I ........ .
uditorium tomorrow night at 81 I j Music for the affair will be WOMAN DIES AT 112 I friends. had as much to do with his running annually in the neighborhood .1' Counties and special; districts SbU.AMFrailM C.-p

'clock under the auspices of i furnished by Tommy's orchestra. 'I '_ r I recovery as the wonderful clim: of $6.500,000. the road de.' would not lose financially through: I will-t w MooI...... _I _..
Troop No. %5 i, Boy Scouts of America. -' Dancing will start at 9 o'clock
1:I sharp. N C.-Lydia Elliott -i I company, nad !Mrs.\ McNa-i f lie still entertains hope that in ; impossible; to give proper upkeei>> out. whereas the state would bene. as's.1I .

The play is being; directed by'I i : a negress. died at her 1 home' i I i| mara and their two children who II the not too distant future he will treatment to the 6,500 miles ol f r fi through establishment of a uni- I ..- -..
Doling Jack Solano and features i I working hard to make the play a ['near here recently at the age of I,I[ were in Key West as the guests I have his application for transferI highways it now maintains and alI t form system of road maintenance I '';;' .
some of the best local talent. An !success.t Proceeds from the entertainment 112. Authentic records show she i.' of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruter. left I I back to the consulate in Key West I the same ime continue the com,. and betterment\ operated through '-- -- --

excellent program has been arranged will go toward defraying would have been 113 had she lived('.i I yesterday for the home in West I given approval and he will be instructed -1 I I paratively small' amount of grad. the centralized facilities of the "" " .

for the affair. I expenses of the boys! one month longer. Palm Beach. to retuin. ing and new construction that ha:s i road department. mmmmm* .liliaaJi

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