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 29, 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
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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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Is Caon usion PLEASED ON VISIT ,TO KEYiWFSTj i jKVALE: LEADERSHIP _Gas. And. Smoke In .." Attack

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1''' I "This is my first visit to Key. Universal; George Skadding. As i.I I ENTHUSIASTIC BOOSTERS OF KE F1 "

dership I''sociated Press photographer; Diris FOURTH TERMER IN CONGRESS ; !; ewes Operat-
West and I am getting a thrill out I

.. i of it. I am enjoying myself so! Fleson Walter, Trohan New York Chicago Daily Tribune News;; CHANGES ATTITUDE j WEST GIVE AN ACCOUNT ?TRIPEnthusiasts nt g = ., s, Would Be

t Thomas Thompson; Louisa Robert REL (fTIVE TO ACTIVITIES!I
REDSHAWLER' much I am going to suggest to : -- Main Object In Adopting
Great Difficulty ShownIn 'THE Milton Klugh and Charles A. I -
!Jones. HILL e boosters of Key kel stated. "It is built on white
President Roosevelt that he make; I i
Distinguishing Be-!ITO BE PRESENTED Immediately after arriving 31 Ir, By HERBERT PLUMMER I I Wed are P. O. Gunkel. Canadian I coral sand and the effect of theiun's Its Usage
this trip to Key West." McIntyre and his party wers 1 rays gives the houses every

Much Discussed I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stone on a I II I manager of the Jos. Stokes Rub- where a spic and span note which -
tween The above said The I
Citizen I
was to
ONFRIDAYAPR1L5TO ride around Key West to the' many (fly Asseelalyd. I'rrss) her and G. E. Nash is very appealing. It is true however By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE

Questions i, by Marvin H. McIntyre; secretary points of interest. The ride was W WASHINGTON March 29.-I I company that 80 percent: of the pojiulaticn : .Aka_)......Press Selr_ K4it: .r>

I I concluded at the art gallery after A i i agent for a well-known automobile have been on relief due to NEW YORK, March 29.-Incase
I to President Roosevelt at which the party left for the airport 39-year-old representative from. their means of support having
BE UNDER AUSPICES OF to take off for Miami. Minnesota who succeeded! to his company in Wetland Ontario been taken away. They had been of war the sea-fighters face

By BYRON PRICE i I COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTOF the Key West Art gallery, whichwas On the return trip Mr. McIntyre father's seat in the house after'4 i I Ii, who were guests at the Over-Sea .largey: in the cigar making indus- .a new kind of attack, the find
<('.'.r _r llMrr... The AuorlatrdFrew \ try and in work provided through
visited by Mr. McIntyre F. was accompanied by Mr. Robert serving as his private secretaryfor I
UaahUKtoThe KEY WEST JUNIOR. and daught..r1\Ir.\ Stephenson and Hotel several weeks ago. activity at the naval base. ing of ships crews by combineduse
extreme difficulty of distinguishing W. Robert assistant of years, is a moving factor in I
I secretary Mr. Morris.In : "We were much impressed by of tear ga and smoke.);
the latest liberal bloc to be | Immediately their
organized -!: on return
between men and ia'inea the treasury, and his daughter the meantime the writers and the hospitality of these Key West- The tactics
are. described by
is illustrated with -emphasis . :.. .- correspondents were guests of M. on capitol hill. ,: home they. were interviewed by the .ers. better known clown there as
:( j .. Mill Louisa Robert in company E. Gilfond. acting administratorin lie is John Paul Kvale "dean"!|I Conchs. The populations' -theI MajtN'\rra.,1 j | Murphy, formerly direetor >

by the present situjuiAnJLn Aha republican There have always been gossips, Key West Bernard C. De Witt, :,: Welland-Port Colborne Evening Keys has, been reduced ..ffor128.,
; er-labor in! -
of the farn: delegation I .
'b but i:never; picturesque as with Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida '.;.ofg. Ktyriments in the
a I -onenas ; head of the public relations division t 000 to 11,600 because; of the de-
1'I .
/ the house and responsible for that,! Tribune and of the interview
I a -
party.qTheoretically i.\:; "" Mlzpah,..Jthfl.JluUhawler. She is: : Emergency ,Relief Administrator ? and ,Mayor\ William II. Ma- :t copy I pression. But eve ywhere.., ,toe I chemicilkdpfegte experimental

I a f&tir 1-. should fat r'and'4orty; ,J walks leisurely.: | lone. recently-formed croup of some(i I ,, published, in the March', 14 people are entering nthuiasticat-j l -( 14
friction England.
r 'j' Harry Hopkins, Federal Emer, described dSstrtcW Portspseuth,
jokingly -
The 35 representatives into the
j visitors: were introduced to ly spirit, o
deterlMAie '
be able to thcough hei J4iguileJ full of fun. l
> <*iJand I
+*' < gency Relief Administrator, did r( the. many diversified projects of by standpatters as "The' issue of tLo paper was sent to rehabilitation making, it truly: ja| .. He points WjJ, that in- principle

frank conference the principle Know.everybody's, business but not arrive as was expected. Askedif j I the rehabilitation program and Mavericks." j I Leo Hughes i manager of '''the labor of love.. con 'b:iting. .?.9f1* ven<'W :use of modern
does not herself obnoxious.She I taken for a ride to point inI have been dubbed because -' two in free labor keeping the city,
it desires to adopt and then decide Mr. Hopkins was in the party every (They so police tactics is not new. For
represents a well-known I the city which has been made apart I Representative Maverick of lotel. clean and making an outstanding )
Mr. McIntyre replied that he had years in the English channela
as an entirely separate matter of the number. j tourist center of it. The city is, ago
I London type dropping her II's or | program shown every Texas is one of their ) I 1
who should lead the effort to '!putting them on as the wind blows. gone to Palm Beach and from point of interest which was extant Young Kvale a tall, handsome I The account of their trip and j I bankrupt and is administered by I British_ fleet took part in a fightin

I there was expected to return to before the idea was put into Scandinavian serving his fourth' experiences in Key West is inter'! the Federal Emergency Relief Arl.I I j which quicklime was drifted by

carry those principles into ere She has "adopted" Peter's fam- Washington tonight.Mr. I effect and those which have been term in congress has been chaf- I ministration. This body is spend- the wind over the enemy with the

fect. ily and resents even Cabel Peter'swartime McIntyre Mr. Robert and{ completed since the work started ;ng for a long time at the way esting from every standpoint andis 't ring considerable money on parks j object of "disturbing their
buddy knowing too Allan Morris. Associated Press and on the new aquarium. has
i I Very Enthusiastic things are being done on capitolhill. i i
reproduced herewith in The "
the of leaders I much or taking! too great an interest vision.
Actually, question representative in Miami arrived ina The party was enthusiastic overall A devoted follower of | also been bridging the l&rt gapsi

and the question of issues in the home of Peter until coast guard pane! shortly before I they had teen and expressed l Fioiello LaGuardia, now mayor of Citizen for the edification of its i i between the Keys thus dispensing Considered Earlier

''usually become badly scrambled. she; learns how much Peter's happiness 10 o'clock. themselves as being delighted with New York, when he was a member t II with the ferries. There are 1.000 I That was probably the begin-

They are badly scrambled now in > Then means she to him. aJ' Shortly afterward the regular i the trip over the Keys their views of the house. Kvale prides readers: ,I men at work constructing bridges ning of modern gas warfare

cooperates : fully plane from Miami arrived with a jof i this "thrilling and beautiful himself on his independence. | 1'. O. Gunkel and G. E. Nash:I which begin at Matccumbe Key' which cu land, did not start until
the republican party. and loyally as only such ,, well- "
,3 [and end at Big tine Key I II
of 17
I party comprising press city of Key West" and without LaGuardia 'Jleir'Aside
it had
the World although
returned war,
informed friend can To do this j a few days ago from a:
No docs I
MV. Interesti
sooner present service Other Points Of
( representatives newspaper one dissenting voice voted the experience from a short while, following i j !been considered in Napoleonic and
she i is not above
act of than : eavesdropping. writers and others.On delightful four weeks' trip by: There were many other points i
; principles a several I one of the most enjoy- the capture of control of other earlier campaigns.The .
sensation runs through the ranks: Watch for the redshawl it flutters] as into unbeknown Second Plane t able they have ever had. the house by democrats! in 1930 automobile to Key West, Florida:''of interest Mr.\ 'Gunkel pointed j) tear gas attack proposed
to her.
. Among those on the second I i The where they experienced balmy| out. Among these .was one deck :
"Ah! He is getting ready to run the window, unseen by the lov- only regret expressed was when it appeared possible his vote I' for sea-fighting is a quadruple..
plane were Thaddeus Sandifer. International i that circumstances! prevented then might determine which party ulti- skies with temperatures around'70 where turtles weighing; anywhere, action combination. Major Murphy -

again in 193C! ers.She News Service and Eta: making the trip to Tortneas and mately would oiganiio that body and 80 degrees in the shade, and i from 150 to 250 pounds were that lacruuatory

Maybe he is, and maybe) he for Fannie has courage against too.the wiles. .to fight of a Sandifer; Fred Storm United I,, Fort Jefferson but they hoped toi Kvale's place in the national enjoyed fishing; for such tartans' brought,: jn to be used for canning smoke priposes curtain be dropped from

isn't. would Press, and Dorothy Storm Albert; be able to make it at later dite. of the Atlantic deeps as barracuda i turtle soup. Another was the
Ordinary logic 1It't'mto city slicker. You must see her ; i i i i a limelight: has:; been more cr less Conchs! planes, not upon ship, but across:
sponge dock to which the :
Warner New York Herald Tribune Shortly after 2 o'clock the plane grouper kingfi-h. mackerel
indicate that he does not yet I shake: her first righteously intoGambel's obscure. i ships courses: A series of them
and Harriett Warner; took off for Miami carrying what Since he has been in congress shark and silver tarpon: TheyJcf I broult t. their sponges! which were}would be dropped
know whether" he will But startled
run. face t tt'"inythci
saying cis Associated I. paid to; be tht".happiest and fW. ell Lnd,, ebruary and..auctioned off. .. >
regardless of"'lh e"true" sYou'misershle ter'sey'bUzzardI": Stephenson Fran-I; was h* has.been.eentent.tpsit.on: the < : il n.qp lerrneVl i J>A wai + iarda-;rtatsuP..beawrites ,
iUilrlfonj returned Key West ''was !
Charles Hurd New York most enthusiastic group of visitors! Fidelines, attend sessions of the to the city on'1\lIrch\ 7th. in the Army Navy and Air
all his comings and goings henceforth as che exposes his"crooked deal- The distance the residence city of the great author
by the route
and Eleanor Hurd; Eddie which has ever come to the city. house faithfully and occasionally they: Force "the
Gazette personnel ex-
the childlike inexperienced
to and
will be viewed by millions j took via Harrisburg ,Washington. sportsman and naturalist,
speak his mind on matters athand. posed would be blinded in one or
if -
frivolous - -
Ernest Hemingway. .Jt was, too. a'
Fredericksburg Savannah
as calculated to advance his )perbonal -{ Fannie.STONE j Fort all of three : by the smoke,
wife hotel'' ways
'city of lovely homes, and
CURTIS'STANTON IVrcc and Miami 1.700
fortunes. He will be cheered 1 I JOHNSTON PARTY For years he has been l a member was accommodation was excellent. j by lacrimation or by the enforced -
of select of independents miles to the keys!, and altogether, t
a group of their
: donning respirators -
by his friendand suspected r t i Tropical Flora i
; RETURNS I who were in the habit they covered. approximately 4.000

by his enemies quite regardless, PLACED IN JAILKEPT I LEAVES BY PLANE of meeting periodically! in some miles in the month's motoring. [' kcl"One continued is impressed"with ,"the Mr.\ style Gun-of :! "While. this was going on the
of the merits of what he or' While WelUnders at home
bays office committee around'the were '
or room !r !tI fourth factor of attack woulJ enter -
HEREYESTERDAY architecture of the homes and the
skies tern-1
experiencing cloudy and
does. I capitol and discussing the
.1 planes to attack
I peratures often hovering around'1 I I kind of tropic life there. Among war diving
Suspicions Aroused I 1 IN LOCK-UP FOR WHILE i FIRST INTENDED TO GO BY state of the union. LaGuardiawas :t 1 I some of the plants we noticed from above.
the mark \
zero Mr. Nash and Mr.
spirit in this little
a : Timed With Attack
The that he is there the bouganvillaea. Coco
mere suspicion ; KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT BE- AFTER WHICH HE WAS RAIL BUT CHANGED croup although: there were no of Gunkel enjoyed sunshine days were t tI "To maintain such a lacrimatory
but palms end crotans. There are I
planning to return to active party I] practically the whole period of i
ficers. Gossin has
it that it
was |Raid' smoke barrage for more than a
ING TRANSFERRED TO RELEASED PLANS to be more than 150 varieties
their \
; trip. Mr. Gunkel told The :
leadership will arouse and stimulate here much of the plan of attack Tribune winter of flora in these islands. Of fruits short period" he states "would}

every one else who covets i OTHER'PARTS waged by LaGuardia and other temperature in ,' there were the and the be too expensive in machines and
Florida papayas
that leadership. And these in I' house liberals against! the sales was generally around 70, i material. Hut even. a short( rubmerzion -
Curtis'Stanton, president of the Albert W. Johnston. who spent tax in the to 80 degrees, but that the maximum '| rapodillas. also the famous Span-;!
will look with 71st was timed !
turn new suspicion congress pre- ish lime. A feature at the Key for the critclilmoment.
Senior Class of the Key West High summer temperature was i
j I the winter in Key West accompanied pared.(
on one another. Julius F. Stone Jr., Florida West nursery was more than 200 when airplanes ''aunch'J'l
School was arrested this morningand rarely higher than 90 degrees and >
When one of them proposes a1 Emergency Relief Administrator f by Mrs. Johnston' Mrs. Kvale apparently has fallen mrhogany trees. on their steep dive from high alu-
placed in the city jail. He breezes from both the Atlantic
party platform the question most j does not know anything about bf'-I Stuart and Mrs\ Louise J. Grant, heir to the role once played by [ While in that put of the country -I tudes, are about to sink t their
while before the
was kept there for a ocean and Gulf of Mexico
likely to be discuhcd in the pii- transferred from his work in LaGuardia. i \ blow night lead to a drasti reduction -
| ing. I being released.Of t left yesterday afternoon by planefor made warm days enjoyable. Mr.\ Gunkel and Mr. Nah made
i I.
vate confabs of the insiders is Florida to Washington or any oth- Their Program | a delightful excursion taking! a t in the efficiency of anti-
not, "Could we win with such a''' er point, and any statement to course it was just a schoolboy Miami enroute to the home in At }least, it was at his fall that -On their way to the Keys,. )lr'l|I Pan-American flying boat trip j craft gunnery.

platform!" It is. "Should we let I that effect is unauthorized it was prank.. Each year at this, time I Greenwich Connecticut. some 35 democratic republican,, Gunkel and Mr.' Nash stopped two over the Gulf of Mexico flyingever : The attack might evjn; be

this fellow get away with this?" I' said today. the seniors: present the juniors i{ In the issue of The Citizen of farmer-laborite and progressive' ; completed dayr) "t Miami their Beach journey and tb ,.'then Key [ ,\teithp:, Dry Tortugas which, made while' the assaulted tshilswas

That seems to have been illustrated Mr.\ Stone who was in Miami with* Conch shell. This lis'' the Wednesday March 27, Mr. Johnston members of the house: taut' tot+ \West a further Idistant'e' of '152 Jie; ovf,; Fort; >! ( Igtc'(csk; still immersed in smoke; for

to a degree:: already in]I for a conference with ''Harry Hopkins signal for a series pf pranks practical -.I expressed( his views on the formulate a legislative ju-Q;ram, mites;.by>roadT except where they!| $ ,,history, tales ,,,of 1 JMfabul{>uif ; looking up through smoke tvhllcjiimersed
the case of Mr. Hoover. On the' Federal Emergency Relief jokes,,and general hilarity of their own. Their major ,objectives )f wealth, dread! toftur\ $ JfyrmeJSfomethin in it gives less visibility
day his letter to the California)'Administrator, returned late yesterday all of which is at the expense of J rehabilitation, of Key West and include shorter :hours 1'0', hhd'to, ero'"s water on two 'ferries. : :! ,pf.thq?ati!a>phertl' of the than looking down through such

"young republicans was publish I afternoort'by- road. department the juniors., ,,, .) I I!' suggested one improvement relative labor higher income tAxes, government fn the Great, For Anglarst the' two i]I Tortugas he added Thl\.'old fort' a smoke screen+from.a height.

ed, two things happened. I plane. To forestall this part of the program to the harbor which he said ownership of- natural resources )t Wellanderji Keys enjoyed country, 'excellent I.i\-i icitua et- GO, miles!! , KeyWesLThefort "I have suggested a lacrima.

One was that it was suggested'I I At the administration. offices it f the juniors thought it wouldbe +J would prove a boon to yachtsmen. industries, federal con-' ti r -ing. The sharks were three to is: surrounded by a tory smoke curtain, but other
far and wide that Mr. Hoover was! was said in reply to a question relative -{ 'a good idea to prevent the pre-: It trol of bank credit, guarantee of moat which in the olden days was methods: could be employed which
was first intended by Mr. right feet in length: ; the tarpon I
scheming a come-back and seeking to Mr.\ Stone's possible trans- rentation of the conch shell and farm' profits removal of tax exemptions filled with rhark. It was formerly would.not necessitate the descentof

to line up California republicans fer from Folrida. that he plans avoid the "ragging" and joking Johnston to leave by rail and reservations and repeal of house! weighed from 10 to 100 poundsapiel'l' used ai a penitentiary and escape the smoke-screening airplanes
there jewfish
as a starter. The other was: '' going out for a few days fishing, I which would follow.In I : had been made but yesterday "jrag" rules. !' weighing, anywhere were from CO:; to was 'practically impossible. from a high altitude.

that a number of Californian republicans and this trip covers his plans: for order to accomplish this the his plans were changed and While some of their colleagues: 500 which "It would be a strange completion -
pounds each were ex-
started a movement for' the immediate future.'STEAMER best way. they decided to arrestthe I he left by plane accompanied by may )laugh and joke at '.The I Ir.rwerirks" client eating. of the circle if the first naval

Governor Merriam for president president of the senior aggre- Mrs Johnston and Mrs. Grant. the more serious-! Fine New Aquarium REV.R.Z.TYLERRETURNS attempt with quicklime to
Happens In Both Parties \ gation and place him in durance minded politicians and| house j 'disturb the enemy's vision' should
One of the outstanding pointsof
There is nothing new in this YOROCOMING until the hour for the gift of the I Mrs. Stuart left by raiL leaders: do not regard the move i interest' at Key West was the TO MIAMI culminate at last in the use of

inclination to switch the conversation , conch shell had passed. I so lightly:: ;' : fine neaquarium.. Mr.\ Gunkel this method 'of 'blinding<< with the

to candidates the mo-I' TO PORT This they did with the result LEGISLATORSGOTO A bloc of 35 always! must be t told The Tribune. It was the only! latest'\ weapon of war., %

bent anyone: mentions i issues.: j, that Mr. Stanton remained in the reckoned with in a I legislative one of its kind in the world housing HAD BEEN CONDUCTING REVIVAL -t Major Murphy" doubts that na-

It happens regularly in both!I cell for about two hours when he body such as the house of representatives tropical fish gathered around SERVICES AT | val craft can be successfully attacked -

parties in of the fact that; MIAMI Proper and timely I. at sea by poison alone.
spite gas
Steamship Yoro, of ,the Stand( was visited by a group of juniorswho 1 the Keys. It was the Wellandt'rs'l
the ,, manipulation of such LOCAL CHURCH But he holds that
politicians of both parties | ard Fruit and Steamship company requested his release. a number of privilege to be present dedi-I mustard' gas
love to go on telling the votl'rsJ]), votes can cause trouble for the which contaminates everything; it
''is due to arrive in Key West atl I cation of the building and Dr.
that "ours is of leadership at almost time touches a problem in "decontaminating" ,
a government | midnight from Philadelphia will WOMAN WINS BLUE RIBBON SENATOR AND REPRESENTATIVE any Van Duesen who officiated at I Rev. R. 1.. Tyler of Trinity poses
principles not government of Methodist\ church in the ship. lie
a the dedication told Mr. Gunkelno I Miami who
I take fuel oil at the Porter Dock
mm." Many a worthy cause his on and proceed to Frontera Clr A*.*elatrd rreadGLASGOW.Administerin WILu LEAVE THERE HO HUM . MORE SPINACH less than 625 varieties of fish I was in Key West and prea'bed ati[I think; chips will have to be designed -
company '
been rejected merely because the| had been caught in the vicinity of i the First Methodist church revival ; with the purpose of making -

wrong man advanced itCUBABRINGSIN. j I!I Mexico.Another vessel of this line is shock to Scotland's bull-bresders;: a FOR TALLAHASSEE SACRAMENTO.Illy A.. >rla
!'I \While they were at the Keys Mr. :I K. Vliet presiding elder of the i: gas. .f :. .
due the early part of next week. a woman for the first time in his- 1935 acreage of spinach for canning -. .
I This is the Oriskany also from tory has won the blue ribbo'i of I will be about 1.000 acres Gunkel and Mr. Nash attended as I Miami Methodist District, left :

Philadelphia for fuel, and is dejUn..d Scottish bull-breeding. With Bernie C. Papy, member of the more than that of 1934 accordingto : Rotarians a meeting of the Rotary: yesterday for Miami. During his .TWPE.LEAVEABOARD

t for the same port. Euracador. son of the $22.000[ legislature from Monroe county, Carl M. Schiller of the state :Club at which Governor Thacher:' stay he was guest of Rev. Shuler

113 PASSENGERS!1, Tanker Alabama of the Texas bull. Boxer Ballindalloch. Mrs.! elected at the November 1 f13l, crop reporting' service. I of the Florida district gave an .inspiring Peele.

I I Oil company is due tomorrow with Petrie of Aberdeenshire carriedoff elections left yesterday afternoonin address. Services at the church were held PLANE

i 25,000 barraels for the tanks of premier honors at the Al' r-r company with Mrs.\ Papy for a A Hospitable Peopl.! I last night by Rev. Vliet who ha
Steamship Cuba of the and the company at the Porter dock. deen-Angus show in Perth. I brief visit in Miami before proceeding BIG JUNIOR-A "Key West impressed me with I recovered from a severe cold and

O. S. S. company arrived )'e'tf'r-I'N[ i to Tallahassee. :Mrs. Papy its cleanly appearance,". Mr. Gun- arrived yesterday. Passengers leaving by plane

day from Havana with 73 first THE REDSHAWLER"Benefit We Give Prompt Service will return in a few days DANCETONIGHT i iI yesterday afternoon for Miami at

class and 24 second class! passengers Commercial Dept. -on a1l- State Senator Arthur Gomez; Habana-Madrid Club Broadway Musical Revue 4 'o'clock were )Ir. and Mrs. A.
for West left I i il W. Johnston Louise J. Grant
Key ; 16 first class Key West High School PRESCRIPTIONSWe over the highway Wednesday ,
passengers for Tampa. Of the 113 fill' for doctor in accompanying his brother. Alfonso Tomorrow Night e..fitroop 5, Boy ,Scouts t tHIGH Elizabeth Cooper Chester Sloans,
passengers, there were 48 aliens.i! i Friday, April 5, 8 O'clockHIGH : the any who will remain in Miami fora CUBAN CLUB 5-BIG ACTS-S l SCHOOL AUDITORIUM : H. Q. First Lucy James. Silas

The vessel sailed at 6:30 clock I SCHOOL AUDITORIUM cityGardner's while for treatement. The senator Tommy's Orchestra 10_p. m. till '3 &,..m.' I I ,Tonight At 8 O'clock r Oviatt. Rudolph Walters. Melvin

for Tampa with 21 passengers and'i i iI i Tickets .__.._...___._ 25c I PharmacyPhone will leave Miami to go to Tallahassee c.ata.'SOc Ladies Free Two Orchestras. Children, 15e. AdnJU,20e Mountjoy, Michael .Mountjoy,
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Tc tci; lar:5t: W 1 1PubU.b FREEDOM EXTENDS AFAR and Saturday; Title change In curred during the last 24 hours

KEY WEST IN I II [r TODAY'S WEATHER )|j temperature. in the North and Middle Atlantic
Dally Kxcept Sunday By We Jacksonville to Florida Straits:
see where a group of prominent States and southward along the
THE CITIZEN: PUBLISHING CO. INC. Moderate north and northeast
L. P. AHTXA.T. .......e.t. leaders of three faiths have joined in an DAYSGONE BY .I winds and fair weather" tonightand coast of the Carolina, with snow
in northern New England, Ea.t-
Freta The Cltlxtn Building appeal for the safeguarding of religious I Happenings Her 10 Year. Temperature cloudy tonight and Saturday; lit- Saturday.East .
Corner Green and Ann Street Highest .......................... ............87 Gulf Moderate port. Me., reporting 7.0 inches on
Ago Today A Taken FrontTKe : northeast
freedom as the foundation of democracyand Files Of*The Citizen Lowest ...... ...................-.......75 or east winds. the ground this morning. There
only Daily Newspaper In Key West endMonroe, all social economic and political Mean .....-.. ..... _.................. .81 has also been snow in northern
County.Entered liberty. Normal :Mean ....................... ..74 Michigan and portions of :Montanaand \
at Key West Florida, as second class matter Manuel Ochoa foreman of the Rainfall I IYesterday's .' WEATHER CONDITIONS rain in the extreme eastern
There is no use to make the observation . picking and packing department \ Lake region upper Ohio Valley
FIFTY-SIXTH YEARM.rb.r that freedom, if at all, includes also of the E. H. Gato cigar factory inKf'Y I Normal Precipitation Precipitation... .06.0 Ins.Ins.ThU Pressure is low this morning with and on the coast Washington,
.f the Auetat4 PreM.L /; from the southern Rockies north- scattered' showers on the Gulf
.. Associated Pre Is exclusively entitled credited to use the right to believe in no religion which. mobile accident! was" killed last" night in an at auto 9 . Hi irrurd N" ..Vlork eever.:4-he.r Ili'. .....r..c.' pettedrrdlr.C I >>? "' v t eastward to the Lake region and I coast. Temperatures have risen
It.r or republication not otherwise of credited all news In dispatches this paper and al.te. is not what is meant by those who talk I o'clock. The accident" occurred on Tomorrow's Almanac fiIt\ I'thence eastward over the North from the Plateau region eastwardover

the local news published here. very often about freedom of religion. Nor Stock Island some distance from I I Sun rises .................... 6:21: a- m. ., I Atlantic States Denver Col., the middle :Mississippi\ Valley

would we stress unduly the obligation the bridge across the water gap]!Sun sets ...................... 6:42: p. m. 29.78 inches, Sault Ste. Marie and southern Lake region, and
EDITORIAL) ) upon Partly Cloudy Mich., 29.84 inches, and Eastport, have fallen throughout most of the
between that key and Key West. Moon rises ................ 3:25 a. m. I
1f1NATlONAl / 9 3 S religion everywhere, when such free E. II. Cato III. son of E. II. Gato.I. :Moon! sets .................. 2:52 p. m.Tomorrow' tie change in temperature; gentle]I of Me., 29.70 inches* while an area South. Atlantic and East Gulf
moderately high overspreads in the Florida
pressure except pen-
dom is granted to abstain from anythinglike Jr., who was also an occupant ofi i j Tides to moderate northeast and east I the southeastern! portionof insula.
scnscmiTiON HATES the car, was badly injured about|! Y.
One Tear -__ -110.00 trying to regulate' the various affairsof the head and face. The turn A.M. P.M.\ wind I the country; Nashville Tenn., G. S. KENNEDY.
Fix Months ft.Ot government and society except throughthe car 1.High .................. r.:51t 6:34 Florida: Generally" fair tonight' 30.28 inches. Precipitation has oc Official in Charge.
ed over and both Mr. Ochoa and
One Three Month Months.. J.n..n persuasion of example and precept. young Gato were pinned beneaththe .Low........ ........_.1232: 1------- 0 ,
Weekly; %*
wreck. Occupants of anothercar at 8 a. in. today:
Believing fundamentally in religious
ADVERTISING RATES!: : which was returning saw the Sea level 30.10. J
Made known on application. freedom and the thorough separation of. wreck released the injured men

7.11 reading notices SPECIAL, card NOTICE of thanks, resolutions of church and state as the best method.of obtaining I and brought them to the city. Mr. Lowest Highest JI I
.rrppect, rbltuary notices etc., will be charged for at boon Ochoa died shortly' after reachmj! Station Last Night Yesterday "For old-time whiskey flavor you
so great a to mankind j
t.e rate of :o cents a line. we I I ,
the hospital. Abilene ............ 48 CG
Not!<:/* for entertainments by churches from which j!I
,e revenue la to be derived are 6 cents a line. are, often equally concerned lest zealous Atlanta ...... .. 40 70

The cf Clili public.n Issues is an open and subjects forum and of local invites or general discusrioit religious leaders overstep the line that There has been a decided increase I Boston .mnn'.00.''''' 34 46 can't beat Hiram Walker's blends!']
!interest but It will not publish wnonymous communlMtt should define in the price of land rK
-.n*. correct activity and thus become on Buffalo ....m....... 32 38

as much the foe of religious freedomas Sugar Loaf since the boom start-i.Charleston ........ 56 78
ed. One tract of 27 acres, which I t
It's nice to be a gentleman but it short-sighted governmental officials was sold I a few weeks ago for Chicago ..... ...... 40 48

does limit one's vocabulary. who attempt by political action to destroy $100; an acre has been twice resold I Denver ..........._. 48 GO 1 1I

religion. !'< the last time at $300 an Detroit ......00..00.. 38 48 1I I
acre." Proportionate increases are
Reformers will have to quit for Galveston .... G2 74
never .00.
recorded for other sales. i i I I like
lack of material to work on. PERSIA'S NEW-OLD NAME -- !.Havana ............ 72 If you're just old-fashioned enough to

Several local fishing boats left Huron ................ 26 44 whiskey that tastes like whiskey change to

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yesterday for the Marquesas to Jacksonville
Herr Hitler it se As another step toward"repealing '
emswants'to'be cer- Hiram Walker's blends!
anchor there overnight and to b<" Kan'a<5 City..... 52 64I
tain that Germany is in the! next ,war. much of the geography theolder generation ready at"daybreak today) to troll''' .... ,
KEY WEST 75 87
. ... ", I learned in school if any -Persia will for kintrfkh.: which are still running !I I
I Little Rock ...... 44 GO
in future be Iran in large schools: in that vicin
known to the world as'
Free verse is probably so ealletl because ., ity. While the kingfish are not as I Los Angeles .m" 52 G6

it is usually free from rhyme and according to a decree of the,. Shah, But plentiful as they were a few weeks I!Louisville ..... ..44 56 I There's no doubt about where the taste

sense. the new name is not really new. It was ago still there are a great: many I(I Miami ......m. ..... C6 82
the ancient in these! waters and catches are I I i ot Hiram Walker's blends comes from.
name of a wide territory which Minneapolis 22 31
includes the present boundaries of Persia. still good. _ I I New Orleans" .... GO 78
Another paradox is that clear profitsare New York m..n..' 38 !52: I r I
Persia has been rather
sometimes made through shady trans prominent in Faith bordering" on certainty in i Pensacola .......... GO() 74
world affairs in recent years, principally the future of Key West and an I I ttttsburgh ......- 38 54Ist
actions. unbounded enthusiasm over its ....... .. 44 GO Mother Nature I put that flavor in
because of the discovery of vat oil deposits i: Louis i
climatic and other attractions
within its borders the asa I Salt Lake City. 40 56 I Hiram Walker's fine old, whiskey
first gusher winter resort city are the factors
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San Francisco pttUZP
The who smart tricks
man plays upon having been drilled in 1908. The Persian which have dominated T. S. I Seattle .......-.m 40 50 gtett r y ,,1e. and Hiram Walker plenty of
his friends is rarely philosopher enough to Shrout. "The Man From Kentucky put
oil field is the richest single field in the i Tampa ...:. 66 86
enjoy a good joke played him. since his arrival here a ... 40 60 i /
: upon world and is operated the British Washington t6 that fine old whiskey in these Blends!
by government few weeks! ago and which impelled -I Wi11i ton ..... --. 10 :28!
under a concession, renewed in him to invest $5,000 in local

Speaking of the gold clause we won. 1933 for a term of 60 years whereby Per- real estate." The longer he stays in WEATHER FORECASTTill
Key West he remarked to a
der how many of our readers ever bothered sia is to be paid large sums in royalties. Its friend "the more" money I will ,
'with gold in their business dealings. total production is insignificant however pend.' ( 8 p. m.. Saturday) ; ' '\ OF .J.
Key West" and Vicinity: Part / !CXlHfl! CLUBS ClUCUl CLUIS JJaUCWIS
compared with that of the United States.
40% straight 30%, straight 23%" straight
Four member!* of the board of ;
Read a good book once a month even The new-old name of Iran will become Kirch-' I whukry:: 5)4) years wtmkrr:: SH years whttkry$'i years
county commissioners Otto I CASA MARINA old 60% neutral old 70% neutral old 77% neutral
if it ; ; ;
gives you a headache. Though good the official designation of the country heiner. chairman; William R. Porter -II Key West's Hotel De LUKe wh key. wbiUey.' wh.kt)'.

books should have a pleasant result. on March 22, which is the Persian.NewYear's Braxton B. Warren and Hilton .I American Plan BLENDED I I WHISKIES
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-- Curry tgether with County
: t : Day, according' t6' the itncielit''eligious I each
: Engineer Joseph Watkins, will 200 Delightful Rooms
Human beings are making of the cult of Zoroaster. leave on the train this evening for with, Private Bath

world a much more unpleasant and uncomfortable Miami where, tomorrow morning Evening Dinner ......__- $%.0' .
: place than it ought to be. they will attend a hearing on a I Luncheon . ..........?..._ 1.50 Cabrera Wholesale Grocery Co., Inc.
complaint of the Anglers Club of Afternoon Tea .._ .51
West Florida
that city relative' : to the mannerin or a la Carte ,
; While crusading for social security it Two groups of boys in different which the bridge from Key -
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;: might be well to give a'thought to our States recently played Indians.In [constructed.Largo to Dade county is being I Casino I "1181111111:

grandchildren who will have to pay the each instance a victim was tied toa I Masseur in Attendance I se................................... ................ .. .......

: national debt.A stake and a fire was set-off to stimulate Editorial Comment- : The reason I l PETER SCHUTT Mgr. I

L actual danger and secure realism.! In both some people" are stingy is also the _

London woman broke her engagement cases! the game was too successful-one I reason' they are rich. ji MUNSQN ISLANDFISHING 1.I NEW WALL BOARD i

t because her fiance did not believe in I boy victim died and another was seriously The Miami Y. M. C. A. basket I CAMPOperated I

' hell. He might have been convinced If she burned when the flames got beyond con- ball team defeated the High Best" Fishingon by R. M.Coast Ellison

: had married him. trol. School quintet test: night in the Guides and Boats AvailableSea '

Older and will read of !second,< of the games" played here" II
men women Food-Fishing
between these" clubs. The High 1
: Times are undoubtedly improving this with regret, and feel a tug at the School walked off with the game Boating-Bathing

it's been at least a month since we heard! heart when they think of the little-fellows II the night previous b-t the visitor! I Write Office for Reservation Ramrod Key, Po. I i. : *
: the old wheeze about short skirts making. burned. Knowing that youth, through staged a strong comeback last Accessible by Rail or Auto to '/ thick Weathcrwood Densboard, so thick that it can be nailed to :
night and won by a score of 39
: a man look longer. ignorance and carelessness, has caused to 2G. Ramrod Key S : studs without having to sheath back of it. Pretty brown color. Comes in :
. ,.... Camp Boats Meet Guests
suffering and death they will yet excuse I Rates: $5.00 Per Day- sheets 4' wide.

: A press dispatch tells of a poor fellow the boys that escaped haUl \\wcause .I( In a fast and well played game American Plan .t f
afternoon at the barracks Price 12* ths"
yesterday ''

: who "died without the aid of a doctor." their innocence. !i 1 ,,,.the Indians defeated the Per M. ....;_.:. ........,... .. ,. .. ..., .L I !I...'$50 00.
: Fortunately, few have to shuffle off with How many men andf\vt! > ft at var 4 Regulars by.a score of 3 to 1./The KEY WESTCOLONIAL I.- ?-:- :aiiir&jn-: : :; . . .. "

: out such assistance. ous stages of life are still .bu litt1e chiJ action was good and there were Price D'.aad: 10!. Lengths :,1" 4.'JOq3: \. .

.. 1 ,' .' ', .... ilajl +1lften| several spectacular plays made. HOTELIn .:, Per ){ ;.... ''>... "... .h.1......'Jiron.. ... ,,./.' 55.00
' .. \: Ili. -r-- !J w g dren playing with .liffl'? ; > ,+ ---- --- ----- -;':'1 "-;'J .;. -- -.. .. ISVi"
If the last war has taught Europe any light the blaze, and"because of our igno I 'tTHEFT-PROOF TAGS STOLEN the Center of the Businessand Price 4' Lengths, ; 0 .: ) .

: thing it i.s the fact that war always brings ance and carelessness let the fire devour Theater District l. Per M ..._......_:J._I':_".,-..":-I------ 45.O.0
: (ray A..oelat.d Pre,.) I S
: with it revolution and civil strife par- something that i is dear to all of us, but ST. PETERSBURG Fla.- First Class-Fireproof- S
thick Structo Board, absolutely smooth, like glass even heavier ;
: ticularly in the defeated countries. without the innocence of children When Florida's "theftproof"automobile II j Sensible Rate
license plates were issued ' than the above, rigid and strong, 4' wide.

I at the first of the year, authorities COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
. Your reaction to the recent sharp advance HOMESTEAD TAX QUESTIONNAIREPensacola proclaimed them safe Price 12 Lengths 65.00 ;

; in the price of milk, butter and eggs from thieves. But one was stolen I Garage Elevator Per M -.. ..._.-.-.-.--- '

. depend on whether you are on the consuming ( News) I from a car here the first week and I. Popular Price Price 9' and 10 Lengths .
the next week another was taken.
: or the producing end of the line. Comptroller J. M. Lee's questionnaire to ap- --- --- -- Per M ...___._________. 70.00 :
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. Though Eve and every woman who creating much comment and it may be enjoinedby 55.00
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has tried it since has failed to get it done, court action but it is getting a lot of information -

there are still to be found women who for the state about property that has heretofore Your Opportunity 1 : /: Weatherwood Ivory Tile sheets, is beveled on edges and ton- :

: think they can reform a man after they been off the record I Is : gue and grooves together. No stripping necessary. If careful not even :

. have married him. Comptroller Lee is acting under the instructions : necessary to paint it. Makes a beautiful wall finish. Sizes .of sheets: :
Now i is the time to modernize home and .
18"x48" 18"x32"Price
of the people of the state who require him I your I 24"x 48.24"x32". ; ; .
' to make such improvements to property as maybe
"This is station WIIUF. This hour to obtain all tax information possible by what your Per MSq.
i needful or desirable before costs advance :too -
- will be given over to members of the Senate he has at hand.) The homestead" tax I $60.00
ever means much. Ft. ._-......_____...
who are running for Governor. The exemption, application blank is going after this information .
should and ask to see'these wall boards. They :
You visit
our arc
program comes to you with the compli- and those!' who really want to assure
See about the U. S. Government plan
us on II
: menu of the taxpayers of Florida."- themselves of homestead tax exemption will accept long term modernization loans.. ,. revolutionary, and will provide a type of finish that is needed here, attvery; :

- Tampa Tribune. the blank as it cejmes. fill it out and qualify -. ', :- economical cost. :
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themselves and their property as coming under the Enjoy the benefits while you pay.

Better things are in store for Julius law. .', i .

Stone Jr., federal relief administrator for The thing that hurts some folks is the fact II
z The First National Bank ot Key West i
&= this, section. Whirligig hears he will soon that the questions" asked are digging.out a lot of Sooth Florida Contracting & Engbeerkg Co. j

be summoned to Washington to take an intangible assets which have not been" showing .p Member of the Federal Reserve o

important desk in the new relief deal. The on the records of the state taxing machinery. The I Phone 598 While ud ,Eliza Streets j

Key West job was possibly the most spec- questionnaire gives the state comptroller" facts Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .
"Your home is worthy of the beat" J
:! tacular of Stone's achievements but actually which will do much toward keeping off new and YOUR BANK I

: it was a small part of his large job. I additional sources' of taxation to replace revenue :...............C...e..e..i.S.aa...........i0...............e.....0Immm ...!
_r=WJiirligig in Miami Daily.ews.. lost through tax exemption of homesteads.. 1

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1847-Vera Cruz taken by I
STJI OfSlSt Janie anu.os, in. him on ber own breast taught him SPORTSDOINGS stern by Americans--U. S.-Mex- :

Aaa Nttf Inn Concord lucky cmonpfc fifmjon.(a But t> boresa withAl his manners, smacked him, tucked lean War.1882Knights. DIAMONDBALL: : CAME SCHED ..... ..................

luck has COM a greet attMtiorom kb relative. and of Columbus
/rom ,awflprt.ed.*. B. I*. they all James gave a sadden nervous giggle t i chartered at New Haven Conn. ULED TO TAKE PLACE TO- j LOST-Long Bill Folder, containing .
feet I. "lond to tvcctd. alt*osDA and the two ladles smiled wanly.
tiu Julia Pratt car attention to I MORROW AFTERNOON auto license cards a.nd
crrtaU Iktaot lacking in Kit ..ckcrr4. They got through the breakfast I 1912-Capt. Robert Falcon 1 I personal papers. Name-George

former. governor Now .Ia tranitfatker of Kaniat, ha ik.* somehow, but after that James place I Scott gallant British Arctic explorer I|! M. Widder. Reward if returned

dUd. and Jam*. Red/ .,* .." ..<(- was always laid opposite his grand ... ....a I perished in an Antarctic'' I'I'I I' to Key West Colonial Hotel.
deity teen lead of tin 'a"U1I-01 *ir> mother's and James always sat 1. ARMY DEFEATS blizzard. J I (By JOVE) mar29-ltx

there In the big carved highbackedoak i AROUND THE iFi LINKSBy :I I I Tomorrow afternoon at 2
chair with the leather '
maroon I :
1918! chosen o'clock, the Florida
Chapter F1veMR.'STIMSON -Gen. Foch com- East Coast FOUND

seat I ..UGHTHOUSE'TENIN raander-in-chief of all the Allied 1 i ten will) cross bats with the Garage -I I
That chair typified then for James : forces. -FOUND-.-Jfau's. Black Billfold.]
and forever after more than he could ( GRAVY) ;: Department of the FER'I'he": '
and hit 1'hptlpd'last Owner
aunt and grand- DIAMONDBALL may re-
,J JAMS have put into words. It was In a way I.........................i......................... 1926 Herr !: Engineer, Firemen, Car Knockers -\,I,Pt I ( same by identifying property -
mother bad Jut seated themselves I Jolly of Berlin, a | C9vei
and ,
his throne sceptre the symbol '
at the breakfast table-the ladles of all his grandfather stood for and Well boys and girls and also Timotheus Pittman and Louis I professional faster, makes a new i\': and Oilers will try to break i' and paying for this advertisement -

fellow golfers yesterday provedthe ., Cruick&hank record of 44 days' fast. '!> into the win column and the I ., Box B, The Citizen.
only making a pretense of eating- had passed on to him as a trust. put it all over Charlie ' INTERESTING CAME PLAYED I

when Tom. after bringing a load of ,He bad the weight of a thousand I undoing of a great many pros Salas and Handsome Horace ,I I I j Mechanics and Truck Drivers and mar29ltINSTRUCTIONS
and dubs and also turned out 1934-Dr. Albert Einstein's i iI
worlds on his shoulders that winter very YESTERDAY AFTERNOONAT their\ helpers will)] try to tie the
wood for the fireplaces. fame to the while be learned only too sorely I sweetly for just as many happyones. O'Bryant the former winning bya I German citizenship withdrawn by I I

dinhg-room door and lingered there, that grief and suffering and loneliness Tonight many a steak and score of 3 to 0. Anyhow, it seems ARMY BARRACKS RE- : that country. j'f Army at the top of the league.

cap In hand. were no more to be spared a potatoes are going to be relished Charlie putted one into the woods SULTED IN : Stanton Cooper manager of PIANO-AH grades. Thorough instruction -
Tom bowed to the two ladles In Stlmson than the lowliest of de by a certain number of hungry'. about 25 feet in front of No. 5 hit fly to right and was out, but ; the Create: and Monkey -Wrench I Specializing in beginners' -
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order of their seniority."Good morn. pendents.For individuals at the expense of justas Shoeneek failed to score after the'I, boys, will not tell who his pitcher training, Chas. Roberts
tee. Uusualiy he'putts them about I catch. Dion 1 I Studio, CIS Margaret
lag Ulssns. Morning Miss James had no more than begun many sorry losersIncidentally'; flied out to pitcher i is going: to be, but he says he will t
Sarabey. 200 yards down the fairway but ( JOVE) ending the inning.At . I street. mar25-27-29x
to realize that his grandfather this will be the first time "Sweet' surprise the Railroad Station boys,
he said and then turned"to James. would never again come striding Elyssium" has had to pay for he !says' that one was a little] off The Army ten went to the top bat the leaders were B. and he promised to make the])I

"Good morning. Mister Stlmscn. I through the wide front door of the somebody besides Sam Harris and line. Old Horace had the hooks instead rung of the Social Diamondball Powell with three hits in four train leave late Saturday for they BICYCLES
be added impressively.James ; house he had bullded than his j,' League ladder by defeating the tries. Stickney hit two bull's eyes -- -
believe you me he says he hopes of the slices but he was! are going to score so many runs WE RENT by the Hour Day or
Jumped In his chair and grandmother suddenly had a stroke. the steak is tough! happy. He said that was what he Lighthouse crew yesterday after. in three shots. Ward and D. Pow that the game will not be over by Week. Repair all makes and

gave a harried'involuntary glance I had been trying to do for months.So noon at the Barracks. The final ell found the mark twice in four I I the time the train is scheduled to paint them with Nu-Enamel. We

toward his grandfather's empty THEY thought for one whole night But you are probably interested he watched Melvin hit one down score was 5 to 3. shots. 'i leave it U i said. II.II.i I carry a full supply of parts.
she was gone from them. of I The contest! was well played la the field the leaders were I I
place> at the table. To be sure Tom in some of the outcomes the fairway and then everythingthat Manager Stanton of the' East Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
bad Doctor Fox pulled her through, some of the outgoers so here Ht i Melvin, did Horace did the opposite I from start to finish. The Lighthouse Jones and Nodine for the Army ;,; Coast boys, claims that he is going I sell them as low as $1.00
never called his master [
anything mach to the old lady's undisguised
., rk : . the composite score: The Sand with the result that his ball I : boys came very: near sharing" Head, Shoeneck and R. Albury j'j to pitch and that he is not: per week. J. L Stowers Music
A' Crabs! under the .1 leadership of went the other direction from Mel- the Army boys out of their played a good game for the Light. i going, to use grease on the Garage Company. marl 8.lmo

; 4 ; that great: golfer John ,Jackson ) vin's. Boy, I'll tell you these! supper. For five innings they were house crew" and made the Army I boys because they are used to I .

Kil'ch nbaum. walked away with mathematicians sure can figure it held scoreless and they only had boys miss many a shot and not that. but he is going to tackle the! PIANO, TUNING

f r t It the' honors. from .that bunch of out. Tim as usual, was never going two hits off Demeritt at that stage an error was chalked up against I I Administration; unjt., arid ,}fhis ,i i1

I"punkS" under Eddie,Strunk'tiith', where he looked. When he did of the game. ,' them. also. going tQ be a hum lhger.( 1 1I' PIANO TUNER': Laureano Mo-

9 : ;3, {<,2, 'thV'nlghiSoundmg ''team ,nanieiofiExplosion j' (, he '*'as sorry because he' had to The Beacon and 'Buoy boys 'Score by innings: R. H. E.I: I| The Recreation: boys ''Halm*''thatt 11 reno. Excellent piano for ale

..Shotters. ..W JI"SIfi the look sure enough for his ball thenin scored one in the second inning: Army 000 001 130 -5, 12 3,'i \ will take more than Roberts.. cheap. 101}!${ .Division street.

scor'b.was 11 to'' 4l and Eddie l. ,and j, the rough. Demeritt tripled to 'center, and ,Lighthouse. :, j j I Demerjtt. Barker Cooper and all II mar20-lmo
__ I partner."made three of'th'e. four!\ scored-on! Archer's single to left. QI0002000-38'S :i i experts at figures 'to add'up: the'ir: t

L ,, +. scores he had. And old J. J.: has i The Marching Men found their Batteries: Ortega and B. Pow :: score Saturday, and that Manncy,I FOR SALE

a smile that looks like the cave I[ As noted before Li Plumroer in the sixth frame using ell; Demeritt and Stiekney. :1 will have to compile the m.tistic" -
range !
that Floyd Collins got lost! in. arrived on the scene with no their small calibre Williams Summary: Errors: Dion 2, Val I of the new forms of run BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now

*, ,4W Here is how the individual matches partner nor opponent so he "jin-I singled to third. Dion guns.threw late des, Demeritt. Lewin Ward Williams I scoring the Recreation boys will i: lOe each or 3 for 25e at The

came out: ed" up with the Duke of Rock I D. Powell three base hit: I create i iI Artman Press Phone 51, Citf
\ second
and the went to on
runner !I
Sound and Louie Pierce. It seems Demeritt; two base hits: Ranew Bailey :McKinley Frohock Car- zen Building. oct 1(1I (
B. Powell the buJJ'seye I
"Curly-locks"] Joe Lopez being that Li beat Old Bye by about 10 j i an error.for the third straight hit time and Jones and White; sacrifice hit: B. I dell and others in the Engineering'I
strokes on the first round. Then Powell stolen] bases: Dion Archer I WANTED
; Department will have to
just recently married, the missus! : rent Williams to third on his sin- enlarge I I .
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had him around I Li gives the Duke a lesson and B. Powell; struck out: Demer-j I the park according to the estimate
working the place gle.; B. Powell went out at second II '7 ANTED-A chance to bid on
the Duke came near beating Li on j itt 1 left bases: Army 'II I
on R.j
; of Larsen and
getting it fixed up like a "bowerof i I trying to steal. Nodine singled to McCarthy Lopez. your next printing order. The
the next round. So Mr. Phimmer Lighthouse 6; umpires: :Mixon I but the Admini.tra-J I I
Ray Curry
aj ro'es"! and so he was unable : center and Williams scored. D. Artrnan Press. ang7
says that is the ]last time he will the plate, C. Gates at first E. Saw- ,I tion has different and ,
a they
to join the happy throng on No. song I
Powell also singled to center but
I 1 tee. And George Dodge: the pro, give any advice to anyone and the yer at second and Bunny Roberts !' claim that the game will have to EMALE HELP-SALESLADIES
batters failed) to
I the next two come ,
j had a couple of lessons to give to last time he will open his mouth at third; time of game: 1:30. be called in the fourth or fifth in-!

Y w, ry'.a Ike Russell and Pete Taylor and while playing golf. All the other through. Standing of the clubs: ning because the Recreation bunch FOSITION OPEN-Married or

Y f P Y :Y !so' he couldn't make it. That left players are deeply 'grieved-they I In the last half the Beacon Club- W. L. Pet. will be exhausted' from running so ]j Single Woman, showing stun-

I Bobby Spottswood and Samuella are afraid Li won't keep his prom- I boys scored two, and it was at this Army __.....?...._. 2 0 1.000'Gara much after the ball and furthermore 'i ning new Spring drenes.' $15

.a; Goldsmith all alone to fight it out i ise. I juncture that I thought that the e _.._._?._ 1 0 1.000' they advise the Recreation weekly and your own dresses

I with the result that Mr. Spotts Mess Sergean was going to keep Lighthouse 1 1 .500 Department to buy each player on free. No canvassing.: Experience
1 his word and not give the Army Administration ._ 0 1 .000
I their club
wood will pay for a couple of din Some of the other boys failed to a pair of skates-this unnecessary. Send size. Fashion
ners. Old Bob is out of form or show: for one reason!'! or another.j players] their supper. Albury went Recreation 0 1 ..000'F. includes] one fair for Joe Cates Frocks. Dept. W-1717. Cincinnati -
something. Maybe he needs to up {lout by rule. Stickney singled to E. C. .__ 0 1 .000 and one for Izzy Weintraub. Ohio. mar29-ltx
Sarah had made other plana. However, all are expected at the {center. Valdes went out at first I I :

go on a fishing trip that will last dinner which will start promptlyat 'I, Stickney going to third on the -- ..----.-

but the Governor in James' remem- Indignation. When the doctor. dar about six weeks and then take up 7:30 p. m. and please be on i play. Dion hit one to third and

Drpsce but !.1Ir.en..o.:. y.nth j':MJs--, .Ip.I1I.thJr4...It..aal4Q.wP by his the. Jt.QJca I D.... Aoyhow.Job? time. Some of the "sissies" say Ward fumbled the ball Stickney
ter" presen4 J.Vho patient'. bed and assured her failed to ,win a hole and that is I they have to be in bed by mid-(: scoring: and Dion stealing second.

"\ are you calling Mister heartily that be would soon have how he got beat. night they won't get in the '
ball from the .
her and about.,Mrs. Stimson The got away sec- = -
me? asked James rather gruffly, up re- house.
_. ond baseman and Diom kept on
partly to break the loud silence and garded him almost spitefully."I Next came Captain Eddie
partly to hide his perturbation. It had made other plans she Strunk and his side kick SPI Melvin ]- I'running to third. D. Powell threw

was all he could do to speak at alL said with much Injured dignity and Russell and together they DIAMONDBALL over the third baseman's head and
turned ber face Dion scored.
Yes, sir," answered Tom. "Me away from him. whitewashed Capt. Johnny Kirsch)' w
Sarah was permitted to out In the seventh canto the Army
and Aunt Lou been'a talking It over carry and Doc William Percival Kemp.
those "other plans" a few weeks GAMETONIGHTLOPEZ again found the range and scoredone
and we have Jointly came to the This was a great match with Kir*
decision later. "She was tired In many moons I more on two hits. Ranew
that It ain't fitten that we
schy trying to make those
and her moccasins wore out. James i White hit
should go on calling you James doubled to center. one
and Melvin who had just
and his Aunt Sarah with
same as we did when you was a breaking AND ATHLETICS WILL to third and the ball was fumbled.
had a lesson, in the a. m., takinga
hearts laid ber to rest between'th.
Laby Tom stopped for a momentto The shortstopman grabbed it and
his husband she had loved so tenderly lot of holes from everybody. Willie AT BAYV1EW first Ranew
steady voice. "You're the head MEET threw wide to and
of the all tbe days of her married life and was right there when Kirschy
family now he added wlitfally. scored. Ward singled'to short and
her son, the beloved Doctor Jim. needed him most only for the very PARK .
White scored and the rally ended.In
who had gone before ber to make. sad fact that one of their opponents
James turned a bright red and the eighth frame the Army
the way plain. there ahead of Willie.
fidgeted In his chair. He had to fight was put over three mpre runs, enoughto .
A week or two after the second
to keep the tears back, but at the funeral This accounts for the loss--nowain't (By JOVE) put the game in the guard house t.
someone sent Miss Sarah
same time he felt a sudden rush of Stimson bunch that funny! (I mean funny ; There will be a diamondball contest ' under lock and key. Ortega was
pride warming something frozen In- a great of fragrant -peculiar; not funny-ha! ha!) I :
English: violets It was Saturdayand i Ii tonight at Bayview Park and safe on a wild peg to first by De ae
aide of him. He turned appealing James was :.ome from school I this game will be an exhibition af-] meritt. Ward singled to left, Ortega
Lalf-frlghtened eyes toward his In the next foursome there was. fair between the Funeral' second. doubled
He was In the library ploughing Lopez going to Jones
grandmother not knowing: just how much flying of fur, clubs, balls j
Home the Athletics] both
through "Itavld Copper eld. as If and to center and runners
she would take this. his life depended upon finishing It, golfbags and in certain cases the These two clubs will give the I scored. Jones also raced home

Grandmother with a pitifully although be had already read It Postmaster's tempt It seems that j fans a good game, and I think it when the ball was thrown around ..
brave little smile saved both the occasion Jim Koodle de and I IMesa.t I
twice. Flue Cookie .
will for of ,
be hard-fought. a couple errors .. I.. t'.
and Tom's feelings.l Miss Sarah In seated realizing what a hard time j," >
came and 'The Athletics now have a much In their half of the eighth, the .
"Tom Is right.! ** she said ntJy. herself the them in subduing' ,,,(I 41 1. .. ,//1 Ji.ft ft. ,
c on opposite side of the they had before ; improved club.. They are countingon : I I Lighthouse crew had .the best t .
"He always looks ont' for us. Yeu fire the lavender florist's box making Papa Russell, Kerr and Lefty ,":i1. the .ameplayers' .that played : chance in the world of wfnningine 11' ills ,.p'?, ''Id i t) 'r; J .
ire the head of the family/ now dear, a splotch of color oa her black "' orthree M
fie'Watkins, went out two ,
and the additionof I but;lost the chance Led'theball .. "
Wednedayjnijht; game 1 I 't4\
and . I believe your grandfather' lap. James looked up. said "lIel1o.and ." days in, advance and got ir }7 fevf: Leo Loper. will give them a game. Lewin, the first batter 'L. ; : : t'
would like It . if : would went
you on reading. rounds. Also Cookie wag I 'QliS
take his chair . at the head of the "James jear.saId Miss Sarah I aroundin ) hard-hitting club. was' safe on' an error by Williams OOEIMiIZLWTII" ,
heard knocking a few balls will'be and
table." timidly. can't go to the cemetery f The batteries Ward I when he dropped the' ball
today because of my cold. I thought his garage: and Swinky Swanky Rubberman Garcia for the Athletics playing fancy one-handed stuff.

turned even redder and perhaps . Just this once you I was seen driving a few from in I and Tommy Lnnn and In- Shoeneck bunted the ball safely '

JAMES have sniffled It Tom. would go in jay place. front of his house, hitting 'em out I graham for the Embalmers.] I but Lewis was declared out for fotT .

whose manners were patterned after "I'd rather not. into Florida Bay. But al! this The grand stand has been fixed I leaving the bag before the pitcher ,

those of his beloved master's had "Bat you've never been not since preparation was in vain. Bobby and a small admission will be delivered the balL R. Albury sin

not stepped forward and drawn back Mother's funeral it's so peaceful Harlington "ain't what he used to charged to help pay the expenses gled to left and Stickney bunted ,

the empty chair with a grace and there and It would make a nice walk. be, ain't what he used to be, ain't" of the games. I one safely. Bases were full.. Valdes
Good Cooks know that Just the Just
Heat .
dignity that even the elder James You stay too much In the house and and etc, "45 years ago." If you Right at .. .

could not have surpassed. It'. a lovely day . almost like. look at Willie's physiognomy the ---t- .__.-- - the Right Time, means everything in cooking. <.N ..

Aunt Lou coming In with the bls- spring. next time you buy a, stamp you I Instantly, withQut effort 'you may have this : tre- . .. ..
cults found James seated at the "I'd rather not." James repeated I. will see that he and Russell tad A SPLENDID VALUEIN mendousi help with gas in a Modern Gas Range. J >

head of the table and all three Stim- book.gruffly, his eyes still burled in his I two scores and Sid McPhid' and That is Flexibility-which no other cooking methodcan

eons and Tom as well on the verge I Cookie had just one.
"Mother was so fond of violets" give you. .
of tears. James however felt that as
be was now a man and the head of Miss!\ Sarah got out. "I can't bear. . i Next Charley Ketchum I A FIN TASTING, I RYE Intense, searing heat which you need to make cof-
1 can't bear her not to have them. came ....
his family was np to him to assert i and Fred Ayala against Bill Malone fee quickly in the morning, for instance or to broil a
James raised his head. "Aunt. a..d Ik. heir Uluumfmr
himself at once and save the situa- Sarah. he said sternly "Grand I (his honor, the Mayor) nd -( *th...>..) steak may be changed instantly to the gentlest ,simmer.

tion. mother isn't out In that cemetery.! "Pirate" Arthur Morgan. It seems Make your range your servant rather than your masr) . ",

"Look here. Aunt Lou. he asked You've got to stop talking and think.. that Bascom Grooms had a cjuple ter. Enjoy the fullest advantage which gas alone I can.. '
briskly. "Are yon In on this Mister! Ing that she is. You've Just got of extra dishes to wash and give Change old stove for
business too?" to\*ICopyrigkt WNTAVERN you. your a modern gas range.,
Hop it" couldn't] get out. So Bill and Charley Liberal trade-in-allovances sale-on the
: during .
Mister !tlm.
Tea. Indeedy. n. ( till, Xattel B. Ftsnl&nl tossed a coin for Fred or Arthur _
answered Aunt Lon gravely and as and Bill won. He picked most modern and most perfect 'cooking equipment ,11

Aunt Lou bad cradled him rocked James eipltuUt, tomorrow.! I Morgan and Charley said he was, science can devise-offer you an opportunity you should ...

---- .' -- -.- -- -- -- -- I d- glad of it. Because Brother not overlook Come in today and make your selection. ;:,

Ketchum and Fred will!! eat at the
1 i expense of Billy and Morgan. YOU .....'. A ...... Gas .*W.. U you MAVINT visas sees sweats
Today's HoroscopeA These boys were having a wild
nov Southern Bo. I and Char 100 PROOF
: 1
...............0...... ( time particularly M fti ]
mia-Rats have been taught to lie. Ketch says "I made a 41 that ,.

A ra'h. impetuous day in those: dip their paws in ink and spell il time and Bill says that was a nice STRAIGHT RYE ::.<" '/ ._ . :. ..3/<" .

natures which are untrained or dot-and-wash in the two on this hole, Charley." And ,
out messages .. .. ..., ... .. ..... .. .
Ketch that a four. _'. .IC ._ . .. .. c. .n..a..a
uneducated. Its into code Josef of says "No .was ...... ... ... ...
children run Morse by Novotny tr.w W.I.M. .+. ......-4 Abpr -- --- -- -
... ....... .- ,
Then Bill says, "You are 43 because ".--w .
danger an heedlessly as if there this city. [
you were 39 when you started Your buys a lot in taste and !
were no ueh thing; but a proper1' Virginia Moody of Springfield, and that adds to 43." This is flavor money when Town Tavern '-"''"r'

training makes them the sort of hullabaloo going on you get Florida Public Utilities
stung-mind. has had book of Company
Mass., a poems Check on its low pciccv Pick
up up :
ed |*ople who make heir way in I published at the age of 14. most of the tim The rest of the a bottle today. :

the world by sheer fore of intel time they were trying to dodge

lect. The successful ones are those I 1 uLmi.t to being trained in proper]I balls hit by Li. Duke Sands and niiw..f.......... tlWiniwwtiw Ofon rUw Y-.M.Y. I -

who control) their turbulence, anti! methods. . __ -- ,I Louie. Bill and Morgan lost 3 to 0. .. -


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FOUR . - THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1935.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .

.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeex .1 l At Stone9s Home TRecentNuptiaEvent ARRANGING TO were bers of advocated the senate by or various house mem'l

swering the requirements for

: : SOCIETY : : PRESENT STATE cient generally operation understood of a patrol here, it that is t LEWINSKY'S i

................................................. I these will be merged into one bill,
I PATROL BILL! to be introduced by a number of1
,School Circle Gives Enjoyable them, and to carry added MEN'S SHOP

Bridge Party Here Yesterday I I PEACE OFFICERS OF FLORI.I toward passage To Cooperate at the impetu'I'

--- I Theory of the legislators who' PREEASTERSALE
The Kemp, Mrs. Paul Herrick, Mrs. I DA ASKED TO ASSIST IN have spoken their: ideas on a state j
I Mrs. Anthony 'patrol is that such a body will ;
day Adams k . tga FRAMING BILL TO GO BE-
I Mrs.-J. E. Lewis Miss s iir I ''work with, rather than in com I I
Room | : Piodela, Mrs. Paul Lun sf FORE LEGISLATUREFlorida I petition with, the other peace officers .

West j Mrs.,,U. P., Hiner ML-s. Clar- I I i of the state, and that th' I
Parent- I Thompson, Mrs. Myron Rus- ( New Service) :. fee and financial returns to tht? Men of Key West Here Is

grand :' U. Mrs. Olaf Soderberg Mrs. TALLAHASSEE, March 28.-'other I officers will not be altered t Your Opportunity
l' ![ d . : in this 'L' t
by more 1[ L. Russell, Mrs. Charles x Indications were seen here today respect
Spring ; Mrs. Win. V. Parker,I I : x : that peace officers of the state i i There has been agitation i in at 150 SUITSFine
M pastel i I .' Fred Ford, Mvs. II. S. Dex- I will be asked to assist in framing', number of centers for the

'fhe !lrrS. 'Leo II. Warren, Mrs. C. a suitable state patrol bill for,'ination of the fee system elim'l
bridge ; Russell, Mrs. II. D. Warren,1 I x presentation to the legislature this'r county officers and the Worsteds, Nubs,

flowers Allan B. Cleare, Mrs. G. B..I.II session. II I tion of a salary system, but Tropical Worsteds and I
abundance. Mrs. Ed R. Neff Mrs. C. W. There official understood that this proposal it i Flannels
was no -
green and i I Mrs. Ulric Gwynn, lrs.1 44 from Governor, in no way connected with the plan I

Delicious !! .<;eU Kerr Mrs. Rex Shaw, Miss Sholtz on the proposition, but legislators .I for a state patrol.Operation SELECT 2 SUITSValues
ing frozen '" Kerr, Mrs. E. Henriquez, i who have visited here for: of a state ,
were serYt.' G. E. Russell, Mrs. IIild w the past few days to make pre-, body would be financed, its patro\\
At the ,C( II Russell, Mrs. L. P. Toolin, rf paration for the forthcoming session : sors believe, bthe $19.75 $17.50

Warren }f\\, E. Berkowitz, Mrs. Rus have expressed belief that the i I fees for drivers' licenses, -."hi l'
table lam} ([off, Mrs. Roy Roberts Mrs. chief executive will seek all possible ' would be provided for in a com-I Take Two SuitsFOR
Score and I M. Hewitt Mrs. McCann, Mrs. help and advice of the state's o panion measure to be introduced

winner of H. Knight: Mrs. T. J, Swan- professional law enforcers before after the session opens. I

wall mirror.Those Mrs. Charlotte Ha*king, Mrs. a state patrol bill is given his final Members of a state patrol, under

Kennedy. Mrs. Clarice Phil ...1T:.T--: fn"/-":' 7 ,:'" "'- : .., _,,_ft:"; t approval.The present theories, would hl'1 I
noon of .- Mrs Grace Hilton, Mrs. equipped with all modern method!
is receiving
ward Kirchheiner, Mrs H. R. Salis! ', H. K. Hammond, father of bride; Miss Louise Hummell bridesmaid; Miss Elizabeth W. Hammond comment from all parts of of crime prevention and detecipn $2500

Mrs H. S. McClannahan, Miss I bride; L. G. Stephen Brody, groom; Julius F. Stone, Jr. the state, political observers,. n... and 1 wtyh.their} necessary machinery -
Otto I Hicks Mrs. Harvey' Eagan I __ port, with chief favor being given for appre&eAsion'\ of criraMrs. -I
Jell' Mrs. Mj'ss Mary B. Tre or. ............... ....... eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's because of the apparent.n e'd ora 'i'n2ilsJ"' M'11' 'if rlnhl,,,
.-..-- -- --- : statewide law enforcement body. COMPARE
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Today's PERSONAL MENTIONteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei! Birthdayseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : Estal4Eshmentof q slsteipa\r l ... Alice. Bethune, chief an-
Sylvia rtains Friends hrs been advocated\in; Florida legislatures aestnltist'ol {Grady hospital in.At.lanta,1 The Greatest Value in I

I Anniversaries i fot fofseTeraVseaions, but has completed 25 years of

At y,r'J .Wednesday ...................... Mr. and Mrs. Nestor Recio, Texas Governor born James at Bowie V.:, AHred Tex., "of 36 has recelyedscant after; support or con-of tWVW of\\which that have institution been in her 16y .
.. ide.ration introduction ars
-- .... . ,who were in Miami for a while, ShirtsRegular
1790 John :years ago. present position.
Sylvia on. was the winner of the Tyler Virginia leg returned yesterday. the bill-

and Mrs. for girls, while Harry Frank President islator, governor, 10th President, senator, born Vice at Dr. Ales Hrdlicka of the'U; S. Different Picture j i. $1.95 Seller
tained a r'l was the winner of the Proceso Cano left yesterday National Museum, Washington.fameJ The 1935 legislature, however t]
Greenway, Va. Died at Rich Pirates Cove Fishing Camp Some
Wednesday ; offered for boys. mond for his home in Miami after a'! anthropologist, born in Bo- probably will! present a different! $1.00
Jan. 17, 18C2.
home, 927 The home and premises were stay of one week with relatives. hemia, 66 years ago. picture in this respect because ofthe j Pirates Core, Florida I Buy
decorated for the increased demands through\ I
party in I I I 20 Miles From Key West on
with features makeup 1813-John Letchcr Virginia Florida for greater highway safety -: Men's Sanforized and
birthday many Rev. R. Z. Tyler, of Trinity Joseph Caw thorn of Beverly the Overseas Highway
Various the program, of entertain- congressman and governor in the I Church in Miami, left yesterday Hills Cal., noted actor of a generation and for more thorough and Tropical Worsted
heart of and all present expressed Civil War period born at Lexington )! ficient methods of crime d'i SWIMMING POOL
i afternoon after being' in the city: ago, born in New York '
Va. Died Jan. 26, 1884.1819lsaac FINE CUISINE
.elves having thoroughly
played ; as for several days.! i 66 years ago. tion.It
,; delicious I the pleasures of the aft is because of the experienceof First Class AccommodationsWrite TROUSERSRegular

In the M. Wise, distinguished I Michael Iountjoy, one of the1' Mrs. Larz Anderson of Washington the peace officers of the state, or Telephone for
: Cincinnati Rabbi, educator sheriffs principally that legislators Kind ,
_.. -- Associated Press editors of New!i and Brookline, Mass., au- the ReservationsRates $3.00
and reform leader, born in York, Mrs. Mount\ joy and their i thor and traveler, born in Boston., believe they will be askedto $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day. Some
Begin Gcrthsides Leave Bohemia. Died in Cincinnati,1 help in laying out the machinery 1 95
son, who were in Key West several -; years ago.Chester American Plan Value .
March 26, 1900. for establishment and operation -,
For Over Highway I hours yesterday left by plane I
D. Pugsley of Peekskill, of a patrol.
''in the afternoon for Miami.
1821-Frank Leslie, wood-en I N. Y., banker and philanthropist, A number of sheriffs are expected Imported Preshrunk
Mr.\ and Mrs. George II. Garth- to come here shortly after i
graver, early American publisherof born there, 48
years ago.
Holy City" I, and daughter Jean, who illustrated magazines: born in I Mrs. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper, their convention in Miami this' LEE BAKER'S LINEN SUITSDouble
Sunday England. Died in New York Jan. widely known writer, of Miami week to aid in the drawing of the: ,
I the guests of Mrs. Garth Warner Baxter, screen star,
Beach who in West as'
I Key
School parents Mr. and Mrs. T. X.ii .I' 10, 1880. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R.': born at Columbus, Ohio, 42 year bill.While a number of measures I Breast Sport

in the ii of Southard street for, 1823 Leopold Eidlitz noted I Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace ago. 1 Western Steer Meat Model or

This I months, left over the high) American- architect, born in Bo- Bryant Kirke, left, by plane yesterday Dr. George-H. Locke of Toronto ALL CUTS Plain Back $9.75
; afternoon for Miami. ACE '
wonderful : this morning for Pensacola.: I' hemia. Died March 22, 1908. Canada, noted librarian, born I COMPARE
interest i I I i Mr.\! Garthside is a cartographer '65 years ago. John Wayne in PORK VEAL
of the the Sanborn Map Company 1826 Wilhelm Liebknecht, M 's. J. Stuart, member of the I THE LAWLESS FRONTIER 1'1'I SPRING LAMB Otis AthleticUNDERSHIRTS

last night : has been enjoying a well, famed German Socialist leader, A. W. Johnston party vacationing Dr. H. Spencer Jones, Britain'sAstronomerRoyal lrPAL I II
success of istSTEARHS'P.' vacation from his stren-;father of an equally famed Socialist .in Key West left yesterday afternoon born 45 years Serial and Comedy HENS Alto FRYERS :c

musical ,I I work. After a short stay at I born. Died Aug. 6, 1900. for New York. l ago. Matinee; : lO-lSc; Night; : 10-20c i
The Pensacola the family will pro-I I I I All Ingredients for Souse I I Fine Gauze, Regular 50c
Monday to New Orleans. 1831-Amelia E. Barr, novelist Miss Lillie Harmon, who was CALIFORNIA POPULATION UP BENJAMiN
rehearsals spending the winter in Key West,t LOPEZ WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY Grade
I t born in England. Died March $1.00
day nights Miss' Hinde Goes 10, 1919. left yesterday afternoon for New II tn.T A>* rUtrd I'rrk) I FUNERAL HOME II MORNINGS I 3 for
expected York. SAN FRANCISCO.-California Established 49 Year. I
voices I To Newark I I 1837-Don Albert Pardee, is increasing in population faster Key West. Oldest Phone 695 Free Delivery Fine All Wool
torio and : Union soldier New Orleans lawyer Mrs. Frank White, who w.s than any other state, according to 24-Hoar Ambelanee S rvlc. I 822 Fleming Street I
are Miss Una Hinde, daughter ofMr !I jurist Savannah judge, born spending: a few weeks in Key)! the California emergency relief I Licensed Embalmer Blue Serge Suits
hearsals, and Mrs. Hugh Hinde, left at Wadsworth Ohio. Died Sept West with her mother and other' administration's analysis of census Phone 135 Night 69A.W 'I] I

Miss Edna over the highway this morning:,: 26, 1919. .relatives: left yesterday for Miami figures. $22.50
This for Newark, and other cities in 1,i i :for a few days with Mr. t. $16.95i
human body
Each in the
White'anti organ Kind
part-on : New Jersey where she will! spend 1 I I PLUNGES INTO VAT will then go to the CIIII.4TIIIIIIIIIIII..I1fbtBetter .
has its independent growth curve
in (I
home St.
day while with relatives. ] i Sun Proof Serge
Hrdlicka of the
1 i Dr. Alex
planned :Mss\ Hinde left in company! mON, Prance Despairing ,
terial I with Mrs. Clifford Tuttle.PREEASTER 1.I I I. over the fact that his wife had divorced B. C. Papy left yesterday aft! Smithsonian Institution.Freshens New Body FittingMEN'S
Regular ; him, Henri Rondeau plunged ernoon for a short visit in Miami,! Light-Better Sight I "

ices are l \ into a 150-gallon vat of boil accompanied by Mrs. Papy, who s ell t
ing with SALELEWINSKY'S I ing soup in the kitchen of the will return in, a brief time to Key s i
voices West while Mr. Papy will continue mouth
prison in this city, and was burned the I
Norma '. .. ... on to Tallahassee to attend I. In Solid or Fancy Pattern
death. -
t ''o to ? ..Soothes the throat '4 '
tA the Florida O 'CT ,' aown' &
( ; I' : meeting of the Legis.Jatur 5: I .
: l -- h t CARD OF THANKS scheduled to begin,, Tuesdar,1Apr' VICKS COUGH: : DROP % Jr : .:. i.n"j' 1.39)
,1 t. 1* << 2. 3permonth ,
UWH1s'k"s '''''' 111 ,
School 1 Men's Shop today We wish'to extend our heartfelt I ..... ', r" % ,... . .., I '
carries advertisement 'l Men's Cream
I an announc. Young
gratitude to, the t who, 1'X$f I ,
ing a Pre-Easter Sale, an event) Installs with Flannel
kind and considerate during .the: complete: a duplex
that should mean good 'news toj t : .
be I illness and after the death of our,1 II '
I every man or boy expecting to outlet and 60, watt ''bulb" the
County I Itonight loved one, Mary E. Brady. Our TrousersRegular
outfit himself! for the coming SS Sport
at ( Easter I sincere appreciation is offered famous PIN-IT-UP LAMP.
fit, of season. those who showed their sympathyby
America.A Two suits for the price that !: beautiful florals and tho Gt I-- I I a, I-,1 1 $3.00 Kind
one would have sold for several i IT CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHEREAlso A"
good graciousness of, those who gave t. s
i r
months will be offered $1.95
ago every- .
best of I I the use of automobiles will be Preshrunk
one visiting this store during the 6i
ranged life of this selling! event or as long'as ever remembered by S -
affair who the stock of suits last I l tnar29-ltx THE FAMILY.OVERSEA I U S E ILILI 1 Men' Fine Flannel

good I, Although the advertisement lists f $ % C down
ment and a score of values there are many I! ITS PURER! O SPORT COATSBlue'or
other good buys at this store in HOTEL II I 1.. I & J And
The '
practically every item of men'sand ) ?tt y month
will go boy's clothing. i ii l II 917 FLEMING STREET I I falJper (57 50
the c.-xl'<' ( -Room*- ICE REFRIGERATORS Brown 3) I .

ment trip With Running Water $1.00 Installs complete the wonderful (All Sport Back)

this I MONROE THEATERBuck 1.1 Person; With Per Bath $1.50 \ Made of all metal-equip READY LIGHT UNIT. -
I a onWEEKLY 1
Dance i Jones-Dorothy Revier i! RATES ,r ped with WATER COOLERS I, t. ,Just Arrived New Lot
,WHEN A MAN SEES RED RenovatedNew l MEN'SGabardine
Newly L Economical : T
Cuban W. C. Fields-Baby LeRoy in Equipment E They're See any of our employees regarding these O
New Management b SuitsShirred
I 100 Per Cent Refrigeration lamps, or see them on display at our display
) { Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE .
dance 15-20c; Night, 15-25c i J 1 ij Satisfaction a rooDL. kI I Back Sport Model' ,

"p of the .-- -- -- it i I i Priced at !! .L. I It I In Grays, Tan and BrownNo.

o'clock The I 30 35i This Special Offer C. O.,D.'s, No ChargesNo
capacity ; STEAMSHIP Co. and $ Alterations



Bob's Effective March 18th, 1935 s GET YOUR LAMP TODAY J
Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, --INC.- %
1 12:20 P. M.
LeaveHavana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, Phone No. 8
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and :Mon- t MEN'S
days, 6:30 P. M. I I | The Key West Electric Co. 5 5K SHOP
W ONLY Ticket, Reservations and Information at Ticket Office em &e ut '526 Dtnral Stree'SAGE

0 4'r Dock, 'Phone 71 ,

1121.5 r J. H. COST 1R. A.e.t. I 1\f"111111"1111 1'1


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