The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00469
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00469
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For Associated.Best 65 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wire the ., tEb C l{_ cp Wtzt t (Cit13cnY t most country Key West equable; with Florida weather an average has in the the i 1

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Administration- Social! :SecurityBill SCHOOL CIRCLE I KOCHENDERFERRECENT,: VISITOR, TO Claims. Situation Of Confusion And I


Now Enlists Great Interest i
/ Prevails I
'i' Uncertainty
., Washington
I (iCe f riod. (Walter Willis please

I II the accompanying' article visitedin note. It itn't going to be dif.
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I I I ficult to see Key West-in -
'I SENIOR SCHOOL CLASS Key Welt March 16, with ,I

Measure Looms As Major I FLORIDA REUEF ADOPTS RESOLUTION PRO. Mr.*. Kochcnderfcr and was & front.fact the) car is right out in CAPTAIN BOYD WRITES ACCOUNTOF Byron Price Sees Gather-

First there i is the just
completed -
I aquarium, for which the -- Capital In Legislative

Carry Out ProgramBy WEST NOT INCLUDED IN I During his brief stay Mr. Kochendcrfer : claim is made that it is the only I Over M'.n.is the i. West. It was a beautiful day and
I : ;|, the old motor was singing along I I And Judicial Matters
DISPOSITION OF II I In the issue of The Citizen of outdoor aquarium in the world. title of a story by Captain Erroll
introduced Wil.
wa to I like
I a sawing machine j
I Friday March 29', there was With ,the water used in the I
FUNDS I I liam L Bates aqua., Boyd, noted aviator, which appeared I would not advise any of you to |
the of the
printed a story describing treasurer !
HERBERT. PLUMMER I rium coming directly from the I attempt this trip in a land plane. 1I I Ii '
c II, Akiiuelatd I.rf''') i youthful and exuberant activitiesof I in the Saturday issue J By BYRON PRICE
j Rotary Club, and with Mr. Bates ocean, the many varieties of fish of1 i i I unless you were pretty sure of!' It'hUf .f ii.rraw. The .%u4Mlatr4a
WASHINGTON, April 1.-The .. I a group of members of the found in this section are actually Miami Beach Tribune describing 1 1I!I your ship and motor. However,!!j|'I, !.r...... \\ .hlBK. I COT Auwcliitrd Prr ) junior class of the Key West High viitted all points of Interest by \
administration'. social security I JACKSONVILLE. April 1.-A School and a practical joke played I'in their native element and thrive I I i one could make a landing on the' There is only one way tode
automobile his trip to Key West on Friday. 1 1I I,I road, that is. after & fashion, I but
grant of $250,000 for general relief the of the senior and secured a fund of in scribe the situation in
bill looms as a major obstacle in I i on president : i amazingly confinement. hers I i it would be tough it an automobileI accurately
activities until April 10 saved class follows In the Saturday issue of The :
I as :
information for his the are more kinds colors and sizes ,
articles, happened that One' Washington
the fulfillment of the President's the ''Florida relief ad- j I.I along at time. today. That is bjr
'I I "Curtis Stanton president of I of fish than the northern fisherman Citizen the visit of Captain Boyd'' hour and a half after leaving Mi- I'
reported desire to clear the( Icgis.lativ ministration the necessity of transferring the Senior Class: of the Key ,West: first of which appears,today...The dreams of and the variation |I I ami we set the ship down on the recognizing frankly that it is a

; funds on Saturday. I High School, was arrested this is' hroniclcd as well as the enjoy ',: Pan American field along side of situation''of confusion and
decks: of all con-trorersial' Assistant Administrator JeromeA. second will be published.in A. subsequent I in' shades uad tinting is'astonishing ,,,, n-
I mornjng and placed in the city I I the Fast Martello Tower. i(
I Connor planned the transfer!! ment offered him under the guid.sac. l certaiitjr which cannot be
the to visitors. This
measures during present. *t jail. He was kept there for awhile issue.By ., aquarium' Paul Weidman, a. friend of\the ; pore
when.Aubrey Williams assistantfedwal I
Insiders say the stubborn battle II before being released. G. I promises to be among Key West's: of Captain Paul Weideman. :' writer, met us at the field and ,was',' trayed with clarity' 'until exeeutive -
administrator, said there I J. KOCH&NDERFER
"Of rourse it was just a schoolboy I| greatest: attractions for later j I, kind enough to show us the! town. I I
over the work-relief bill 'appears i would be no federal funds available (In Mansfield : ; (Ohio) ,New ;By CAPTAIN ERROLL BOYD ,legislative and judicial
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until congress settled its dispute -I prank. Each year at this'timethe Jounaal),.' t i tourUts. Here also are seen a'j We went to the canning- factory,,I .
tame in comparison with the : seniors present the juniors Aviation Editor j where they can the big green: attitudes hare < -been developsd
over the $4,880,000,000 KEY WEST, Fla.-The mosi* number of appropriate pictures III ',!
I with a conch shell. This is the One of the most pleasant flights | tuitles! and it happened to be our I I
expected struggle in conjress on I work-relief measure. "I novel experience thus far on our i FERA artists whose more fully.
II signal for a series of pranks -I )painted by I have ever experienced I took i i luck that on our arrival there they
practical ti j
I The grant was! parceled out to trip into the south is that of "go- !
the omiibus; social security legis jokes and ,general: hilarity I j.seivices were temporarily avail- yesterday when I hid: the oppor-j j i were in the act of pulling some of For two years the national
the state's districts follows I i
as : I' ing to sea by tiain, as is done in !
I I ;! tunity of flying to Key West. j I the big fellows out of the wfter''
all of which is at the of able.
at. One, Pensacola, $34.925 two expense from capital has been riding along
lation. They point to what ; j I coming Miami to Key West'I ; Frank E. Karelsen of New York on
juniors. 1 I ; to be shipped alive to New York
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Madison $17,175; three. Ocala j jthe I I i over the final extension! which '
City, chartered the old of enthusiasm
reedy has happened in support of good Stin- J After having a swim (you can a ware and hope.
I $22,125; four. Jacksonville. $51-I' "To forestall this part of the!' Henry M. Flagler made to his railroad i Just a moment. at this son, and along with Miss Eileen rent a cabana for 50 cents day
their 500 five, Orlando, $32.875 six. I program; the juniors thought it ; a fulness. Mr. Roosevelt bad
contention: ; ; pioneering in Florida.
I I i point, to say that when another Kane, we took off from the All. !i right on the ocean) we went to
I Tampa $66.550; seven. West Palm would be a good idea to IU"event'
The house ways and means Miami I. fchell''II I Look at your map of Florida ; vatitor at the aquarium American airport at 10:30 a. in. the airport and took off for the launched certain vital ezpermenti. !.
Reach. $11,700 eight, the presentation of the conch
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committee has been in a state of I and you will see that Key West h: !: Heading south, we flew for probably return trip. On our way beck we :
t the .
13150. District nine West and avoid the name "Mansfield. The
Key ragging and joking' dull weariness iu-
confusion since the start. The i I received nothing. I I I which would follow. !j I I the southernmost city in the'' Ohio," mentioned ho asked 25 to 30 minutes over the i I righted many enormous sharks and i ij I

bill has been rewritten completely I, United States. Look again And t to be remembered tc. his eousI Everglades, when we cut cross j i hundreds! of ray fish, floundering i iI duced by the depression had giveai
much insider I "In order to accomplish thisthey you will note that the mainland'I II the bay to Key Largo. From I around in the water. All in all, we i
so so, says one ,I' i iI I in, Miss Addie Garber. H. [ thue'l i way to a revived of motion.tvl'r'one .
decided to arrest the senior sense
CASA I of Florida extends only about :30:( it just of
not a single sentence; of the original MARINA I j was Charles Cramer formerly' was a case hal a swell time Thanks a lot,
class president of the senior aggregation miles south of Miami. At that I j old iron horse down to i 1
draft has been left intact. I j .' of Ft. Wayne Ind., but now i on Key1MANY Frank! was, interested again,
and him in durance
Adherents of the bill have split' CLOSED TODAY : until the hour for the gist- point the railroad jumps from I I living in Washington, D. C. __ 0- _ _._ 0 _'0 I congress was amiable, }popnlarfrm1uirt'for
one to another of the small island ,
among themselves over the proposed ,["I of the conch shell had ;'' If Miss Garber chances t. I ) the President witos'erwhelnijng
passed. j projections of land, known a, I I
legislation.And '
) i I I'cpercussions' overlook this please mention j VISITORS ::OTHERS COMPLETE and<<1 the of
those who keep an i
: the MANAGER SCHUTT MORE '!: were many. Indignant protects sometimes for miles, by a narrow I II reckoning in the courts scrswil
ground report surprising * *
were made to The Citizen for ribbon of concrete construction 1 I ARRIVE SUNDAY:I VOLUNTARY HOURS
members of I ] far
apathy among congross -!| THAN PLEASED WITH PATRONAGE !|I t publishing the story. Some of no wider than is needed to provide i j I When the United States governj j away. .
of the bill.
over disposition I uieiit practically abandoned Key Now the atmosphere has
these were personal and some by space for the single-track j I|I
Split Suggested I ACCORDED West as a naval and submarine { changed. There is 'd .ubt and
I I railroad.
I I telephone. I
In view of this many membersof I I I bake, after putting millions of I I OVER THREE HUNDRED COME TIME PUT IN ON ACTIVITIES i I I I
the of The effect is to im controversy where for two jearsthenhad
congress are frank in their Today feeling indignation give the dollars i into, development! of this]
opinion that flspite determination,!, With gratification- of know!rover the" episode reached its""prc&fon that the train is 'rolling': *highly strategic: point it' appears, I IN ON EXCURSION FROM OF KEYWfcST-ADMINISTRATION .-" beelsr4WeftPCunet.}

of the President his committee |'climax with a meeting of the along on water instead of rails i, Congress has
] ing that the patronage of the j that a blunder was made which I! MIAMI YESTERDAY I grown i4rrclfoi j : tc
on economic security and certain |: Senior Class and the adoption of for, however closely you may lookon
Hotel Casa Marina has spoken in'' have to be hurriedly and prob- and hesitant! The courts are ap.
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groups of social; workers, the the highest terms of the service :>''a resolution of protest which is: either side you see nothing but ably expensively corrected in the |I! final judgments. C.
I! } nrervntism
chances of getting the bill lasselin and delightful entertainment fur. i i reproduced below: ,t tj I a vat expanse of ocean. j|: (vent of trouble arising with any ) I j -

toto are fading. j j ni...hed dm ing the season, and the !j!i "We, the Senior Class of 1935,I Ii Then the train moves onto another i! other country. Key West i is a factor -!! Interest in the attractions ind A half; dozen more names have has reasserted itset! on

Sentiment is increasing to split!i knowledge that no effort has been I joined by our class sponsor Mrs. "key," on which there U: in national defense that can- : atmosphere of Key West continues been added to those who have \the one hand soil n bewildering

the measure up for the presents! '1 left undone to maintain the standard Addah Ramsey wish to openly) very likely to be a small or large I not be i ignored. j; end the Sunday excursions areI completed their volunteer Work cwarm of radical t)10Vl'me1th1:\

and leave to later the working out'' of this select Manager and publicly protest the action of fishing ramp. The largest of i I- * *
hostelry )
!! j jj I till being well patronized by Corps enlistment it was announced developed on the other.
of the entire program. j Peter Schutt, after luncheon, j' the Junior Class in placing our these is the Long Key camp, about j: There is: a lighthouse here, J'e.I .1 I
: 40 miles from the Florida main*!! I visitors to other )points in the this morning by the Key West Washington' i is: puzzled. It
They would concentrate on one announced the closing. j I Class President Curtis Stanton j I cently modernized by installation
major item in the bill at present:! The season has been very satis- I j in the Key West City Jail for a land. which is made quite a pretentious i j i of an "electric eye" control which ttate. j|I Administration. would be thankful indeed, i ifronjeonr

-the < ne which provides old.i| factory, said Mr.: Schutt, and he I j I period of approximately two hourson village to accommodate I j:I automatically lights the beacon at )! Since the establishment of the J,!I They will be presented with dis- would tell it where it i band :

age assistance for indigent per.,j feels assured that should the own. 'Conch Day, March 29th.' We the fishermen who assemble there' rundown and turns! it off at sun. ; reduced fares there have been a' chsrge cards, signed by Governor where it is going.Roosevelt .

sons over C5 years of age-asj I ers of the Casa Marina decide toj:II would also express our disapproval practically the year 'round. I j I rise. It warns passing vessels of great many people come to Key(' Sholtz and Julius F. Stone, Jr., as Silent S

well as on a few subsidiary it I of the assistance rendered them ass location reefs I f
projvisions j open next year, the patronage j I i of dangerous j West every Sunday, remainingover soon as the cards are re eived in The general feeling of transition .
such as widows' aid and';jwill be 100 percent. I by the Chief of Police, Mr. Ivan! It has doubtless been the inac- and prevents the frequent wrecks ',

child welfare. I During the past three months I I'j I" Elwood; in carrying out what we cessibility of KeyVest that has (i' which are part of earlier history. until Monday or leaving the Key West. They are being print and uncertainty\ Is incrMsdby :

Piessure being brought to bear some of the most prominent' peoplein consider a serious plan instead of I I discouraged many Florida touri..tt'I : around Key West. But, even more ;! afternoon of arrival. I I I ed now. the rilencc of the President

by supporters of the Townsendj i the United States have been i I i|I I a mere 'Conch Day Prank', and from visiting this totally differ !I interesting than the lighthouse, are I Yesterday there were 32'J: pas- J.I Those whose names were added with respect' to many of the con-

old-age pension )plan has convinced -'! guests at this hotel and many delightful i| furthermore our displeasure of I ent city: but this will be overcome 1 the tdjoining grounds surrounding -.sengers' arriving in the afternoon': this morning to the I tit of those
members of congress something -t affairs were arranged :;: the front page publicity given the I' in the quite near future it !!1 / the home of William, W. De- and it was stated, officially, that j}|r uho have fulfilled their pledge in him.

must be done quickly to which have been enjoyed by Key I affair in The Key West Citizen ': the motor road between the mainland I}! meritt, superintendent of this ,jail" during the summer crowds are I{'i
show their interest in the problemof Westers and visitors. i i of the same day. I and this city is completed by lighthouse district. Thirty-seven expected each Sunday as the rates'the corps are: J. L. Adams, Charles I I It always has been Mr. Roose.;

economic security.Too One fact of interest is that since "Signed: i bridging two remaining gaps I t years ago he started as a coal. now in effect will be continued L. Albury. Frazier J. 1'inder, Mario, velt's habiJJU bide his time, It i.1

Late the opening of the hotel it has always -I "IIILDA DEMEKITT, Secrc, which are now crossed by ferries j f passer, -later became chief engi- throughout year. I i Avila, Angel Alvarez and Joseph:; j I,hip! ,rraptice not,",$?,feeal.Itsjs\ bent f

The question' cf ,unemployment, been managed by a member j tary, ,.? I which tend to slow down the mo-1'!;neer, and now.! for 22 years he l I Roberts.: The Jast named'i ia a colm I ,,\ ,,he hinks_ psyclmI! o gieal \

insurance presents a, problem' of of the -Schutt family. U, to the j! "EDNA ROBERTS. Treiifrcr,, toring trip and ..also! ,add to thei i I has been in' hlrge. lie has beadaround' -'. VETS PUBLISH I I ed person. "'",irn I ; moment has arrived. -: ;;, ,

its own. time it was closed. I| "CARMELTNA ALFONSO* cost of reaching ,K'f; West fromMiami. jtif Fed'Hhe'*grounds! his I" I UtJ.! ,,, fF' a raUl; ru, and

Some forty-odd J legislatures met i "YGNACIO qARHONELU: . I, It ,has been ,realized in home-In trne tropical manner and. ', II IiJcrs! even eomeJ of hid

on January 1. They marked I "Key \Vest Fla., ,: K.\y.\ est for )t eyeral years
time on old-age pensions and unemployment MANY ASK ABOUT {j "April 1, 1935." r: compjqtion: of the motorrp, :will Mectio'n'of'' native birds'which,' ''uay I IJ $'jrcuuv;>t.i* Ii' ''|,i,'th,tfliethodjakeeping

insurance, awaiting;; I, "lh/ .t.. large increase" .ia. touriSt"business i
federal I 1I.t ion. Some 20 of the BOULEVARD NAME for, if more easily reachf Mhe I )..arr''. He places legbands on a TIlE CITIZEN RECEIVES I[ ,' and in administrative ro.t.:; :

legislatures i have adjourned!, S >V-1: GREAT FUTURE I c>.1 l by automobile the novelty an
oral for two years and others are: -- entirely different atmosphere oft b record of each and then releasesthe OF "THE KEY VETER. The fortunes of key men -wf"J":

about to do so. FOR CITY SEEN this! strange-appearing,: genuinel I : birds for the purpo-e of learning : VESSEL HAD BEEN ASSIST in the administration circle are .

This is being advanced as an FIRST SUGGESTED TEN YEARSAGOBYMRS.EUGENE ; tropical American city would uni > their migratory habits through AN NEWS"The undergoing constant change'. A

argument against action now. especially I i, doubtedly make a strong appeal to reports which come to him later. I INC DISTRESSED SHIP, :' few weeks ago Dr. TugweH! feltso .

by those who cent end<<1 the: I I{ everyone who came within easy Visitors to Key West are welcomcd I disappointed he was" consfiicr-

administration measure is too un-' KNIGHT NEW YORK ATTORNEY GIVES. driving distance. ii(' to the lighthouse and grounds. I I Citizen is in receipt of a GEORGE HENRY I ing,: resigning. Now his responsibilities -

widely! too lex * ; . of "The West Veteran '
comj> and tool: APPROVAL TO FE3A t I t copy Key I have been enlarged end

ambitious to adopt without fuller') : By the way. this little city ol j If "all you know is wht you News" weekly newspaper pub he seems quite happy.

consideration. !i Many persons have asked when PROGRAM : Key West which has been distressed fee in the papers," as is claimed I[ lished by the veterans of the rehabilitation Wrecking Tug Warbler return-' : Others have had the same '!x-

___ ( and why the name Roosevelt was ', in more varieties of way by Will Rogers: you have probably :: camps in Florida onj J'I, ed today from Aruba, Dutch West I perience. There are quite apparent

| adopted for the magnificent/ da'i\t" I : in recent years than possibly any.! alrf'Rd'seen some mention of the keys f I Indies, where she went to the av differences of opinion now
i which skirts the southeastern end I' Attorney T. II. Ray: of New !'other city in the country, is just : Raul Vasquez and his trained fish. I t The paper is published in Home- Distance of the Steamship.George I within the cabinet itself, and
now in the midst of sociological conductsthe stead by the Homestead Enter.i iI
of the island. a Raul agreeable chap
i j York representing! the Bancroft J j I an G. Henry, which stranded the Washington again is filled with
AT BOOK STOREOVER This name was adopted shortly ,, interests in Key West, who has' experiment, under federal government Club Miramar\ on Roosevelt I I priie.: and will be issued at Homestead j t near rumors of a general bhakeup. !
supervision. which it i is hopI and in in Saturdey of each week. It (|: entrance to the harbor of St.Nicholas .
after the FERA started the rehabilitation i 1: been here for several days with Boulevard a large: pool

I! program and was R. T. Childs, of the Duval )10;t.j|:I ed. may effect the rehabilitation the rear of the clubhouse he has I t .The first issue under date oft: March 12. II The administration's Program Changed legislative f1'

'made effective by a resolution-' gage believes there is a 'I of Key West and provide the basic!' many varieties' of fish some of Marcs} 30 ,iu,in tabloid form well ,: Early on the morning of March\ "( .
SIX CARTONS OF CIGARETTES j: company has been subject to constant
i passed by city council at regular :i great future in store for the cityl'j 1\': idea for a program that may reach which come at 'his call and eat![edited and ,contains four pages of 1:1'the: Warbler was cleared and I program fluctuations. 1i
even further but details of thismust interesting items and stories'
MISSING UPON meeting. I j I from his hand:! or flop 'themselves news
| Speaking: of relief throughout I failed i for the scene of the disas. i About rnid-Mkreh congressional i'
I j However, the name was suggestled : await a later letter-for we' onto a rock shelf near him to have '
:I the Mr. that'there : '
country, Ray said Arriving there the salvaging leader received what
CHECK BEING MADE I 10) years ago by Mrs.I Eugene have crossed ,the keys ,on a rail-| their backs ruhbed. A strippdnoupt"r [ ter. i they .
whjle ,taylst
was one worth DR.H.C.GALEY after I :
: operations were started and thought was definite word that ,
Knight who died this March j road that. from an engineering.rtandpoint5 is among the most, highly ,
j ;
ment federal Iundsasd'this'
: } two weeks the vessel was floated. the President wanted all his! ma jo* '
entered ;
Whoever it that (I is referred to "the
was 11. In the April 1 i'su.of The a? educated of his pet fish'
Roberts Hook Store on Duvalstreet Citizen in 1925 before the bou! :: was the Key West' rehabilitation I eighth wonder of the world"weare j 5'5- ''RETURNS TO CITY! An examination showed that bills passed before adjournmentA !
: program. : j1 i \ with repair the vessel wouldbe week later Senator Robinson
; some
last night, either had yard constructed, appeared: pulling into the station and But this letter 'may be tiring
,' Furthermore, he said: !he feels must seaworthy. With these made, emerged from a White House conference -
an court the tovn.
desire to
overpowering t the following: !; see you by its length-more shouldbe
; I that a new era of progress and 5SKey the George G. Henry sailed, under announcing a policy which
.My Lady Nicotine" or was very\ "Mrs.: Eugene; Knight has suggested said about Key West, but that Dr. II. C. Galey who left several i
'; prosperity has t.begun in this city her for Baltimore, and ,would cut the calendar in half. ,
considerate of the proprietor, as'he J that the proposed driveway West has a daily news will be all now. weeks ago for Philadelphia power
stole nothing but cigarettes. i I to be constructed around Key \' and that Key West will eventually paper The Citizen, whose I I for treatment for a'severe attack the Warbler returned to Key I, Today no member of congress !

Entrance was gained to the West's' shore front be given the I>, develop into one of the outstand- publisher and editor is L. P. BIRDS KNOW THEIR FRIENDS of laryngitis has returned to-Key West rons'derx hinvself wise enough to

building l'v use of a key which of Roosevelt Boulevard." ;j ing tourist centers in the country. Art man. He has been here I West much improved in health. I predict just what will happen

opened the front door. The thief !t name r- for many years and knows lily Aaneelale* ........) I I On his way north he stopped at "THE REDSHA WLER" I The eueiwes" of the insiders! are

.passed. 1 up the cash register, a box! ESTABLISHES RECORD II the city, inside and out. It also SUMMERVILLE. S. C.-At I Staunton, Va., for a brief visit Benefit Commercial Dept. j: divided on such important\' 1mb-

with about $3 in pennies was untouched FRESH FLORIDA 11 has a Rotary club whose least 20 species of birds have I with his dau:hter. Miss Ruth Rose, Key West High School I' jects as the bonus and inflaCSn.i .

but six and a fraction i COLORADO SPRING S.-j; treasurer for the past 18 years been counted at one time in the I a student at Mary Baldwin Col i is difficult to recall any pre-
] Friday, April S, 8 O'clock I
cartons of cigarettes were taken. ) Charles Myers! of this city established -i GREENTURTLE has beers W. L Bates, better front yard of Wijliam} Gadsden lege. jvious t'me when the fate of ao

Up to the present, it i is under.I a record by driving his auto known as "Bill." and who has who feeds them regularly. None I Returning he was met in Miami HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUMTickets large; a number of major ]egwl.- '

stood, there i is no clue as to who mobile up Pike's Peak, 12 miles, | KEY WEST FISH CO. I a record of "perfect attend ever shows fear of him or his I by Mrs. Galey who accompanied __..__ 2S I tin proposals was hanging in the C

perpetrated the robbery. j Jin '17 minutes and 48 se onds. J I aae." daring that ..tire... J,daughter Mary. I i him home. Reserved Section ...._ _ 35e balance. "
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(the ii-c..' mt ,tUit1: i! GREETING THE VISITORThe I I 1 PEOPLE'S: FORUM i Today In History
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Dally/ Except Sunday By Citizen has printed several com- ........................
ITtaUeat.From mendations from visitors of William Me- DOWN OF MANY TREES I 1775-Daniel Boone erected the
U 1% ABTIIAX. in northwest
Her. Just 10 Years tonight I historic> stockade fort at Boones-
-t TU CUIitn Building nendez superintendent at South each Happening From Highest .......... ......................... 84 in north portion Tuesday not Editor The Citizen:
As Taken ; borough, Ky.
1 ('Cir er Greene and Ann 8tu.taOnly for FERA, and last Saturday the Powwow Ago TI..Today File Of The Citizen Lowest ..............................._..._.75 much change in Having been a resident for five I I

In Key West and Monroe club added their appreciation of the "con- Mean ?.......................................80 temperature. I winters and two summers of Key
Dally. Newspaper County. Normal Mean ..._..........--......-74 Jacksonville to Florida Straits! : West I think you all know in Key 1835-New England Mutual
stant courtesy many services and atten- Moderate to southwest winds over Life Insurance of Boston chartered -
At the hearing conducted yes- Rainfall West sincere affectionfor
Florida, a. second clan matter north portion and moderate my very -first mutual life insurance
::ntn-M at Key West southerly -
tions extended to us during our stay in Key terday in Miami before the U. S. Yesterday's Precipitation T. Ins.I I winds over north portion and the town and many of its charter in America.

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR West this season by William Menendez." eningeering board relative to the Normal Precipitation .._ .06 Ins.1 I moderate southerly winds over charming people in it, who have
MMMk .C the Auerlated FTCML construction of the bridge at Key .Thte rrr.rd e..er. 24-fcew l>rrl..<| ever shown me kindness and hos-
to I of in
This testimonial is not only gratifying south portion. 1871-Reign terror Paris
S oVIork I km Mornl'**
Associated Press U xclulYely entitled to use Largo most of the speakers were endteff_ at pitality.
.r rrpuUicatlun of all new dupatcbe credited and all tIt the recipient but the people of Key Westas i against making any changes in the Tomorrow'. Almanac i I --- The unique attractions of Key ists.with city in hands of commun
otherwise credited In this paper *
the pr local not news published hero. well. plans and 'specifications as filed Sun rises .. ................ 6:17: a. m.' WEATHER;: : CONDITIONS I West are numerous but one of

All Key Westers should join in welcoming -I with the department nearly one Sun sets ....... ..... .. .. 6:44 p. m. 1I I the most outstanding to me has 1916-Many killed in Zeppelinraid
'NATIONALASSOCIATION EDITORIAL year ago. Asa matter of fact some : Moon rises ........ .... .. 5:26 a. m. Pressure is i high this morning; been the many and varied shrubs
on England.
v ) JJ the visitor to our shores, and make of the speakers could not see any Moon sets .................. (6:06; p. m. along the northern border of the and flowers one sees in the vacant I II I

art C/y / 9 3 S I the newcomer feel at home. The man or reason for any objections what Tomorrow'. Ti West ever and so expressed themselves.I P.M.I I inches and Eastport, Me., 30.16 II As I write this on two sides of
SfII3CUlIT10.1I! HATES : woman or child that comes to Key A.M. I'!i Palestine opened.
fte Tear. --I10.0 if While no decision was rendered I High ......._.._.. 7:06 7-31 I i'inches and relatively high over this property gangs of men are I ,
be the people here -
'.ot can won instantly by members the Florida peninsula Miami. at work cutting down tree
ill Month I LEIADVERTISING by the board nor did the : Low ...............,...12:50 1:12 ; every i, 1933-Nazi boycott of Jews in
'hree Month I 130.04
.u every individual will be alert in extending make any marks concerning the inches; while low pressure shrub blade of grass or other Germany.
Wrkly the Month ? .Zt I the small courtesies that make life sweet. matter it appeared to be a prettysure Barometer at 8 a. m. today: I areas overspread most other sec. verdure and nothing but bare,.

thing that the bridge will be Sea level 30.02. r I Lions Abilene Texas and Denver brown earth greets the eye or the I It I! Miss Patricia
JUTES Collins
.. : This is one field in which men, women I Col. 29.78 inches and this
and down
the lines noonday sun glares
I. 1 r nnwn or application. constructed along Hat.1 t on ;lawyer has recently been appointed
Iot'ECtAL \OT1CE and, even the children, of Key West can plans as already approved by the Lowest Highest 'I teras N. C., 29.84 inches. jto I me-useless vandalism. I,! a special attorney fur the
/ read'tK' notice, cards of thank, resolution otbtuary Station- Last Night Yesterday snow has occurred since yesterday! Where I have been used to
.... The citizen who war department.The I I United
a notice, de., 'will b charged for at help its growth. new States Department of Jus
j rate of :0 cent a line. Abilene ............ 58 76 morning in Montana South Dakota ,, gathering lovely morning glories I tice.

. < I for, entertainment by churcbe from whic moves here gives up friends somewhere. 16 buildings on the army Atlanta ..........., CO 76 rl and the upper Mississippi II i growing wild, or the white-moon :

Th're\nn CUlicn U to i*Le an derived open forum are 5 cent and Invites a line. dlcu When he left them he probably told them reservation at Fort Taylor which Boston .............. 36 40 Valley, rain, in portions of the ',t flower a most exquisite night-
4.n. of public Uue and subjects of local or general 'I I southern Lake region the middle blooming vine the crash of an old PALACEGeorge
that he would forget them becauseno constructed for temporary
nt&rest but It will not publish anonymous communl: never were Buffalo ?.......... 32 42
Mississippi Valley Tennessee the;i gnarled tree, veteran of manyyears'
tf-.llS. others could possibly take their places.He '. use while this country was participating Charleston ........ 66 80 middle Atlantic States and in growth tells me that so Arliss in
in the World War are I I I
was wrong but no neighbors will ever to be sold. An estimate of the Chicago ............ 36 40 I portions of the South Atlantic I I much'less shade will be found and THE IRON DUKE

equal. his lost neighbors unless we try to amount of lumber in each struc- I Denver _.._.._ 32 56 States and showers on the middle incidentally less rain will fall, as Comedy and Short Keel

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST with the department ........ 4C I and west Gulf coasts. Temperatures -!I we all known that trees about Matinees
make him feel at home. ture has been filed -;;Detroit _.. 34 10-15ej Night: 15-2Sc
BY THE CITIZEN t\ are generally above normal bring rain.
..;ADVOCATED and the minimum price Galveston .......... 68 'f' 76 II!
There are few things that are sadderin I[ in eastern and southern sections It is true that the underbrushmust

IT'' life than the scene of family for some of those each figures.building Full will particulars be based on as'',. Havana .....!....' 72'' '. ,,I of the country, and near or below I I!i be and should be cleared off

." "' _.... .. ... 26' 32 I the seasonal from the from time to time but mstst
; .
Huron '
1. Water and ewerag : :::: | average :
/ to the sale will be made public. as I OVER-SEA HOTEL \
.' .', ,'' . I!Snt, (. N t' cause or other leaving their home, turning determined.'', Jacksonville <'.v.i70> 86 ;i Plains States westward. Helena.I every tree and-shrub ,on ';these'!

2. Bridges to complete Road. .to.. Memo. their backs on friends of years, and seek- soon as the prices-are..... :I i Kansas City U.... 40 42 : Mont\ reporting a minimum reading -!I, properties go with it? Every IItOl: & 917 FILMING STREET f.
!' i of degrees this morning.I I I waked these spring'dsysby
land. ing life and living in a new field. When fix ing am r-Rooms-
A small tenement house wag KEY WEST ...... 75' 84 : ,
3. Free Poctl.' '! i oWAi\ they move into a community of inhospitable destroyed by fire about 4 o'clock'' Little Rock ...... 54 58 t Official in Charge.;;i breakfasting a of off the purple brown grackles berries With'Person Reiseiaj'With Water$1.00 Bath,'

4, Hotels and Apartments. people, who seem indisposed to greet this morning. The building was located Los Angeles ...... 52 62 : on the Australian pines not far ; a Person $1.50
Lane I
in Montecino leading
Pavilion. them freely and heartily, the outlook can- off Emma street. It unoccu-I Louisville .._..... 4C 58 PROFESSIONAL BEGGAR : from my balcony. WEEKLY RATES
5. Bathing was
:[ the "improvements" to Key
not be bright. Business troubles Miami _.._........ 74 82 Newly Renovated
may worry pied at the time. The building was .
C. Airports-Land and Sea. I VIENNA.-Rudolph Hurby recently West are we to lose sight of all New
and City but what hurts the new comers most is the totally destroyed and some of the Minneapolis ...... 28 36 I arrested In this city, has i landscape beauty! EquipmentNew
7. Consolidation of County Management
II absence of friends. adjoining property was damaged.I New Orleans .... 66 74 begged} all over Europe in ten j IIEBE V. MENNER.

\ Governments.THE I I New York .......... 40 4ft languages, being known as the II Key West, Fla, NO CLEANER HOTEL
Let every citizen of Key West bear : The regular annual convention I Pensacola .......... G6 76 I "King of Beggars." ,[:March 28, 1935. ANYWHERE'the
this in mind. The next time somebodymoves of the Atlantic Coastal Highway) Pittsburgh _.._ 40 51 .

on your street make a point to wel- Association will be held in Jacksonville I St. Louis .......... 4G 48 I -
KEY WEST CITIZEN on April 16 This announcement -i Salt Lake City. 38 54 l1
that family right Let them I
come away. was! made this afternoon San Francisco .. 50 GO \

know that we want them wish to help !i when members of the over.j Seattle .............. 3G 48 i .go dHJi'lllletl

WILL always seek the truth and print it them and are glad to have them here. fea Highway Association Tampa ..........._. 72 84'

without fear and without favor; never be meeting to decide who of the i Washington ..... 40 42 tojr

membershp: will attend. Announcement i Williston .......... 8 30 'D01l '
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; ELECTION BOARD BILL ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
will be made of the Key r
always fight for progress; never be the organ Westers who decide to gO' next I WEATHER FORECASTTill
i To ad tM original Davi 100% Pure Paint
or the mouthpiece of any person clique (Fort Myers News-Press) week. lie sure to MADE IN BAL TDIOlUL
lOlflr r tar
( 8 m., Tuesday)
( factionor, class always do its utmost for the I p. I Dairi 100 Pure Paint ha oft Iuoe.osc.wr
; In order to minimize election fraud scandals Key West and Vicinity: Partly look for % < Editorial Comment: Charles imitated bat never duplicated. ra .::..
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or Senator Gomez West which is not
of and
Key reputedly Larkins of Carthage Mo., declares;, cloudy tonight Tuesday; 1 this Label DawN 100% Pure Paint conform with -..
a injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; one of the "hot" spots will introduce a bill at the that his 20-year-old hen still lays.I an pore paint Law and fa the only paint :.=.--

commend good done by individual or organization coming session of the legislature, providing for the The hen lays or he lies. I milR that carries a guarantee of purity tit

; tolerant of others' rights views and selection of election officials in much the same This is indeed-balmy spring I ,.. Cook for this Guarantee the Label* -! -

opinions; print only news that will elevate manner that juries are drawn. weather Today the thermemoter' w. ""-__..;..wit"an] -...."Pa-1 Mr .i-rti-* nf_....1i" n ir r..
1 and not contaminate the reader; never com The "jury list" will be made up of 500 names, registers 76. There is a pleasant I All our prod..rs .*.. by
promise with principle. or fewer in counties where not that many qualified freeze blowing across the island.,' 4 Jtc THEttRDAVlSCa ***&* w BALTIMOREMH(

persons can be found, to be selected annuallyby II, not The one sun cloud is shining to mar brightly the beautiesof and G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William 'Streets

the supervisor of registration. These names the day.Master I
in West
There are advantages Key I ;
will go into a box in custody of the county clerk. --- .- - -
that exist nowhere else. I -
.r 1 William Russell will be Partly Cloudy Southerly Windsmuch
Then 30 days before an election enough will be 11111.l111
heard at the piano In a solo at the
drawn out to provide the necessary clerks and in- regular meeting: of the f change in temperature; gen ........................................................ e....e........
The Citizen advocates truth in ad- tle to moderate southerly winds.
spectors. Those drawn will be summoned before garten Mothers' Club" to
vertising always. Wise merchants know "Kindl'r-1 Florida: Partly cloudy, showers
the circuit judge who will examine them as to their Thursday afternoon.
that it pays. will entertain will be Mr!!. I
qualifications and certify them for service on the vocal solo Mrs. Otis
Russell ; I Cove NEW WALL BOARD I
precinct boards. Provision is! made for changingthe Curry, reading; Mrs. Erma Lee Pirates Fishing Camp .
. The Artman Press reports that it has Heyward piano solo. I
list every year and barring repeated service Pirate Cove Florida

added the Park Avenue family type to its so far as practicable. 20 Miles From Key West on I

cabinets. Getting high ,toned eh. And County Judge Hugh Cunn was I the Overseas Highway
Giving chance and the circuit judge a handin host to the members of the Claude LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED
the town relief.According I !
it would no doubt curb outrages customarily Collins Jazz Band last night ate I FINE CUISINE

perpetrated in Ybor City and elsewhere but it the Albury House on Eaton street]
J where enjoyable time was First Class Accommodation I
I to the Key West Citizen, might not improve the breed of election boards spent. a Refreshments very were served! Write or Telephone for I l1J. thick Weatherwood Densboard so thick that it can be nailed to :

there is good fishing going on at Pirates throughout the state. As with most laws it would" lavishly and everyone enjoyed;the Reservations it I studs without having to sheath back of it. Pretty brown color, Comes in :

Cove. That just naturally sounds like, a depend largely on administration. If the super. fvenbi. '< -r);*;> : :Rate r ** $5.00'to:$7.00 Per Day... I 1 sheet3\4' wide. ': ;;
Times-Union. ... .;. ----.;; ,ftMiS. J American Plan .
good fishing place.- visor of registration put only the names of competent 1 '
Eugene Knipthjtasypugr t '
t Price 12 Lengths : t
; '
material in the box in the first place and geyted that the pro I'O.sea drve( . .. 1 .,
) '. Per M\ ._._....._ ... $50005ROO :
No more heart-balm in the shape of if the circuit judge weeded them out with discretion tr\be( : constructed raroDn 'i Ke, i WESTS : ;::: -4. -'\;- ,. : I
W st wateHront'.sbd"ii ieit t'the 1 : f J5LEY 1 '' ., '
% Price. 9' and
coin of the realm for gold diggers. ,In- it might be satisfactory. But'if the systern = 10' Lengths ,. :
nlme Roosevelt ':tt
:t of sBouleyari. }t fCOtONIAL HOTELx \ -
di na has promulgated a law against alimony produced election boards of the same calibre ,i1 ,.' .' '*. V, tin Per M f .........__........... ..._.;......._!.. 1 1: ,_

and New York has just followed as some juries chosen by that process there wouldbe \ 66 Miles the Center of the Business I Price 4' Lengths t

suit.: Other states are falling in line. Why some pretty long waits for counting the vote. I and Theater District i : Per M ............__..____.___._.__. 45.00 5 IVa.
On 1 Gallon?
not Florida? The way it is now the election officials are CiauFireprfSen.iLle
P-189.1 First i 1" thick Structo Board, absolutely smooth, like glass, even heavier i
named by the county commissioners, or, in the Scientific Laboratory Rates '
Wheaton.] 111., report an amazing]I than the above, rigid and strong, 4' wide ;
Last year, according to beauty shop case of city elections by the city council. Inmost new vapor automatic gas saver.II COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

owners the ideal woman weighed 134 places that works all right although it is, of 500% profits. \Fits all autos. Price 12' LengthsPer .

pounds and this year she must weigh they course open to abuses. Jt county commissionercan Anyone can attach. One sent.1 I Carafe Elevator 't. M ....... .___.____._._. $65.00

say, 100 pounds. Last year she was five control the election boards in the precincts of free dress to and introduce car name quick.today.Send a'L I Popular Prices Price 9' and 10' Lengths ,
feet seven inches tall and this year she his district and if he is a crook he can have a Per ]}l... .........,....,.., ..._._.__
--- ---
must be six inches shorter. It looks like a crooked election. Some districts have been noto- 11 Price 4* LengthsPer

tough year for some of the' ladies. riously crooked others have been suspected of 1 1I M ..___....__.____ 55.00

], dirty work and there has been enough monkey 1

.] After Marvin H. McIntyre a I business, frequently affecting statewide elections, I Your! Opportunity : .*/ thick Weatherwood Ivory Tile sheets, is beveled on edges and tongue :

secre-1 and grooves together. ,No stripping necessary. If careful not even
Comet :
tary to President Roosevelt left Key to call for such': a remedy as Senator pro :
I i necessary to paint it. Makes a beautiful wall finish. Sizes of sheets: .

he gave the chief executive an optimistic poses. Now is the time,to modernize your home and 24"x48"; 24"x32"; 18"x48";

report on the rehabilitation of this city by This, however is only one of the things make such}suclMmprovement&t| your property as maybe 11 11t 1 lS"x32".s .
with the election laws and is neUker=:a Price Per M
the federal relief admjnistra- wrong _
desirable : costs advance too
: needful or. before
60.00 i
The senselessly long, .1 :
universal fault.
tion. President Roosevelt may come to major 'nor much.. I Sq. Ft ---- w.s -._

Key West before returning to Washington.If complicated and confusing ballot is a rauch\ t
," : You should visit our store and ask to see these wall boards. They are :
he does: it will be his third visit to thei eviL There are a thousand and one inconveniencesand See 'us about the U. S.: Government plan on ISSorth
revolutionary, and will provide type of finish that is needed here, at very : .
i land city but the first as president. annoyances which the voters must put up long term modernization loans. 1 economjcal cost.

with. Most of these difficulties have no doubt :. "

I By grace of the pardon board a murderer -1 been caused by good intentions but efforts to promote Enjoy the benefits while you,pay. f ..

named Grace has just been freed honesty at the polls by making voting more i l ..

after serving only three years for the kill complicated have not been notably successful. A i ThekstNatioiialBankoKeyWestMember ;

:, ing of his! child. lie shot at his wife but considerable simplification of existing regulations 1 Florida Gontractng & Enpoeeriftg Ce. j

. missed: and killed the child instead. At would seem to be more urgent than the devisingof of the Federal Reserve :

the time of his conviction it is: stated, he additional machinery. Having thought up a : Phone: 59S WMle and Eliza Sis : f
Member'of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
. vowed to kill his, wife when freed. way to make the count as honest as possible Senator :' Your home is worthy of the best's

. Nevertheless; the board gave him his free- Gomez mill find himself twice blessed if ,he YOUR BANK. I .
. dom and the opportunity to hit his targetat can fix. it so the ordinary voter doesn't have to' go ..' .............................................. ....................:
the next attempt to a lawyer to get the ballot explained. "IIIIIII


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r I :Matthews\ singled through the pires: Mixon[ and C. Gates; losing
RICHES ] SOCIAL LEAGUE 1 pitcher's box and Lopez scored.In pitcher: Weintraub.
. !! ] the fifth frame the Recrea

STAGES CONTEST :1 tion boys had the Adding Sub- Standing of the clubs:


SPORTS ing and battered them around and Army ._..._._ 2 0 1.000
SYNOPSIS: Hfntf Jaws. ate.4M. Remember that nothing is or can be HERE SATURDAY
Ill, of New Concord. Kai.. it wasted. The best of the old gentleman l I I ccored four runs. Varela walked. Garage ,.._._._.._ 2 0 1.000

a ccMUderablt now that dUtlaetfo the death,et tipeciallv kitgrundpamtt I may be changed, undoubtedly Is Sheppard hit to third who threwto Lighthouse ......._.-. 1 1 .500

kat matt tkt boy I changed beyond human understanding second, both runners were safe, Administration u_ 1 1 .500
kmad kit Rut Jamet B.
of family -
!Utte that tktir death bee olio robbed but dammit boy what does that F. E. C. FORFEITED CAME TO however. Wallace singled to cen- Recreation ....----. 0 2 .000
kirn of kit faith in a eommUcratt 'matter It cannot be lost." ter, Varela scoring. Weintraub F E. C. ..._ 0 2 .000
Oad. Judat llolcomi. hit ooo&trifnd GARAGE BOYS ADMINISTRATION
it explaining' a .,..Utn titualion James went borne: whistling bead ; I bunted safely and the bases were
in lit own vonth to tkt boy. thrown back. arms swinging tree. -- - ------- I full. McCarthy forced Weintraubat e.......................
The black bound of despair which for I........... ..::.................................. DIAMONDBALL UNIT DEFEATED ; second but Sheppard: went home

Cbapter Seven weeks tad dogged his footsteps bad i I RECREATION DEPARTMENT I on the play. :McCarthy stole second CLASSIFIED

HOPE AGAIN proved but a shadow after alt James DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS I II' i and Lopez singled to left and

laughed aloud from sheer relief. At GAME' TONIGHTThe Wallace and Mack scored. Gonzalez COLUMNFOUND

'A1 ND you went on beUe'ffnl tn least be bad a hope more' than a I' (BT JOVE) !! singled to center. MatthewsI

Godr asked James. "In a pity hope. After all he might cheat the (By GRAVY) I The Social Diamondball League !I forced Gonzalez at second and ........................
grave. He might go on . somehow.He : : I I
]JJnc cods .SSSSSSSSSSSSSsee..SSS..5..S......_ .._ ..... Athletics will the:!i i played just one game on Saturday I Il I Larsen popped out to the pitcher.
was too excited that night to nn play
I afternoon. In the first the J In the sixth inning, the Administration *
1 went on bating 111m.the Judge eat his dinner and Aunt Sarah:: suggested I Ah! but revenge is sweet!! Thus When No. 18 rolled around Plum i iI I I Lopez Funeral Home tonight at 1 1I |1 I game I
Bald. "1 strutted around bating Htm a dose of castor oiL Castoroil I fpake Samuel Entwhistle Harris I II !t I I| the Bajview Park. The last time .if'. F.. C. bunch just were too :>i boys broke loose and put FOUND-Eye glasses in case.
and Charlie were one up but Tim : nervous to come out and face the :!! the on ice.. McKinley walked. identifying
How like a woman! He teased I he finished hole I I these clubs game Owner may have same by
like a pompous little bantam cock. It | as number 18 yes 1( two placed: they had : !
her Into cheerfulness. It was their and Weatherman silversmith pull 'to |I monkey wrench and hydraulic j A. Roberts hit one to right center article at Citizen Office
eat me an enormous satisfaction. I terday morning. It seems that i,i go seventeen innings before a i j i
first cheerful evening since bis Sam could not sleep (days as well led it out of the fire and finishedone ; decision could be reached. It may.| jack boys and rather than take i I for a home run and McKinley I and paying for this ad.
can tell you. 'their medicine like men they scored ahead of him. Manucy hit
grandmother died. Later be lay sleepless as nights!!) and so he said he had I up instead of one down. Li I I not go that long tonight, but a 1, aprl-lt
And then what? James asked In In bed watching the stars. forfeited the game to the Garage one to third who fumbled the ball.
terested. to get even with that pie-factd was sure they could win because good game is expected.The I I Berlin Sands Barkerhit
boys. was out there Joe ]Hale doubled to right. WANTED
-rhaJ 1 grew up and realized i IT had been planned the summer Willie who was going around tell I in a moment of dumbness Sam I I batteries! for tonight will and claimed 1 that he had mixed a to short and Manucy scored on .

-Kwas a confounded ass*and that my I before his grandfather was Injured I ing everybody how sorry they got 11 strokes on number: five. I be A. Lunn and Ingraham for the i il I I full five-gallon can of whitewash,' the play. Cates doubled to left and WANTED chance to bid on

vplcayunlsb bates and despairs mat that James should go East!: to should feel for Swinky Swanky.] Now know that is unrardonable. 1 Embalmers and Ward and Gabriel but Manager Stanton was going toi Hale scored. Delaney flied out to your next printing order. The
That was too much for Sid McPhidso you -,,
tered no more to the Almighty than school that September to prepare j 1 for the Athletics. ,i I bring it out. but Stanton failed to center and Barker scored after the Artman Press augT
the love affairs of a louee matteredto for college but that project was. of he took Li Plummer for a part-]1 It seems that Sammy was :nj!i|I arrive. I only counted the follow- catch. i W WANTED Man to skin fish for

me. It was highly unpleasant, but course abandoned when It became ner and the two of them romped the trap next to the green it. three': tie; indeed he was modest, as he ing East Coast player, Sands, The Accounting boys added one j I taxidermist. Apply 624 Front
extremely educational. I've never evident that be would be needed at all over Willie and none other ) and the :always: is. and subdued to boot. in the : street Key West aprl-2tx
up against wall rock. After Bilberry and Russell and not even more for good: measure I
been much more than ace blgb In my home. than Cookie Mesa!' the erstwhile I a couple of shots that got I Sir Sid McPhid said: "I didn'tbeat I II I I. the old standby Buckley was pres- eighth. Hale singled to left and i
own estimation since. But the following Spring wben partner of Bobby Harlington on noth.j I BICYCLES
I I Willie: I beat his clubs." ent. This gives the Garage and stole second and went to third on
James laughed. He said shyly: "itwas there were only the two of them to many other occasions. It seems i ing accomplished, old Tim I _
I reminded Swinky that it's the chance to fight for wild pitch and scored after
I a
kind of yon to tell me. But 1 don't be considered his Aunt Sarah out that Willie has just bought a new ', a wail and said, "Look at the'''i Army a a i WE RENT by the Hour, Day or
in I i Barker flied out to right., It was a
the I
unanimously accepted postulate first place in league.In
hate God. I Juat don't belleveJa Him ota clear sky. decided that she was set of clubs and was willing !1 I !i Week. Repair: all, makes and
or In a Hereafter. I think men Just being!! selfish and'standing In James to try 'em out on anybody and ].damphool 1, he is knocking the bail/I; golf that it's the man behind 'he-I! they (fevond game the Administration great catch by Sheppard. paint them with Nu-EnameL We
- -- 1 I back the he } not the club that oonnt.4' :I At bat. the leaders were Hale
= thought his boss should be first. I I way came from. But' club\ and defeated the Recreation j jDepartment carry a full supply of parts.
But alas and alack what always I that was the only solution with i "Butn\ Willie's cake it was different i in a regular nine-in- 'with two doubles and two singles Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand :
you I J ." Bubber'Harris' 'rontin il ning in five times up; Wallace. Lopez sell them; low $1.00
expect does not always hap-! the result a great big eleven came,i.' game. as as
r I ,..''WilIie'not only hit1'the ball on ued.1 t -first and A. Roberts!'!, with three safeties . 'week. ,J.. L. Stowers :Music
pen. What most of the fellows j! up. And Li had a stroke free, button time but the 1 fn the frame the Administration in five tries. per
every ( I Company. mar 18-1 mo
can't understand is how Sweet boys got to the curves of
too. AU'played number four for t! af his wrists his timing and follow : In the field the stars were Joe t
William would! let both Lazy: Bones | beer and Charlie couldn't come'through 1' Gonzalez and scored two runs. office!
through were also perfect, ) Hale and Bailey for the 1
Hale doubled to right. Barker: PIANO TUNING
Bubber Harris and Loud Mouth Li : '
with and Tim
a par so but his clubs were stubborn; they' force and Varela, Sheppard
Plummer beat him. walked. Cates flied out to left and
I says nothing doing in playing off developed slices and hooks and Wallace for the boys from the 1 PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo
Hale scored. Delaney hit to short,
t ;; I,i on number five "when my partner toppings and divots. So I rightly I II park. reno. Excellent piano for sale
tpM' ? The report has just arrived in !! made an 11 the last time." (T. &: I and justly blame Willie's defeat who fumbled the ball. Cooper also Score by innings: I cheap. 1018 Division street.
t' h I hit to short and Matthews again
town that Edie Strunk made a 37 j I S. won the hole and Tim says this!i!,1''on his: new and naughty clubs." !\ i' Recreation R. H. E. I mar20-lmo()
on the first round. That boy i is': ':1 is the last time he will open his : I told Bobby} Harlington Swinky I Ii fumbled the ball Barker scoring.' 0202-10000-813 6 i

getting there fast. Must have !I; mouth during a match.) So when :,[i Swanky Sid McPhid Sam Harris They added two more in the :i I, Administration I PERSONALS

been playing somebody besides I i i I number six came around, Mr. !!'! that Li Plummer, in commenting: second inning. SiHIa walked. A.j j|i 220 005 Olx-10 12 1 [

Iirschr he would never have ,'Plummer wins for his crowd by )|I on Willie's blaming his defeat on Roberts singled to left. Frohock .' Batteries: Gonzalez Weintrauband STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS,

.N..p r.i rri. done same. He can beat Mr. !: sinking a 20-foot putt. lie played his new club, had ejaculated struck out on a passed ball, both Walker; Cates and Cooper. INDIGESTION victims, why

Cherry tree. I that hole like a champ. j I! "Aw, Willie always advances and] runners advancing. Manucy walk Summary: Errors: McCarthy 2. I I suffer? For quick relief get m

I! Add Swinky Swanky-Willie!'> alibi when he meets his master." | ed and the bases were full. Hale Wallace, Gonzale Matthews free sample of Udga, a doctor'sI

Saturday afternoon a fojrsoirej f; Watkins affair: The golfing boys |i "Listen. Gravy," the postmaster I singled to center and Sibila and 1',, Walker, Cooper; home run; A.i I prescription, at Gardner's Phar-

composed of Charlie: Ketehum and I,: are talking about what Swinky <:'. crooned "while I must perforce ] Roberts scored. Roberts; two base hits: Hale 2- |i!. ma

i. Li Plummer teamed up :igaintl j Swanky did to Willie Watkins yesterday '''admit.that everything Li Plummer In their half of the second the Cooper Cates. Matthews; stolen tinu13. I t.. ; -

Tim Pittman and S-im Cold':pith. )' downing him 2 up in'''rays is Truth togged out in stringy-1' Recreation boys broke the ice. bases: McCarthy, Matthews ]I 8-9x

The Ketch-Li being a bunch of match play and 11 strokes in'' legged and knocked-kneed shorts,,) Gonzalez singled to center, and Manucy Hale Delaney; sacrifice.

"Fies" had to nave a stroke: In ii. medal play. I heard so much' yet Willie's alibi in this case was Matthews doubled to left Gonzalez hit: V. Larsen; struck out: Gate j FOR RENT

.. ..m" rs :2!, 5 and S > nd th-T pr.-;, about the set-to I decided to speak ,i, no ordinary alibi. It was a cussibi. I scoring. 4, Gonzalez 1; walks: Gonzalez 3. :j! . mm m t i '
ceeded to not need them on any' with Swinky about it and hear ."Therefore Mr. Gravy if you The boys from the park tied the Cates 5, Weintraub 1 ; hits: off 1 i I!i SIX ROOM furnished lower

E vi of those holes. Well Li was so'i him crow and chortle about his I ay anything about this in count in the fourth inning. Mc- Gonzalez 3 in 2 innings; double :. apartment, North Beach, near
re he end part!ur would wind i victorious march around the links.I column pray say that I said I i' Carthy walked and went to secondon play: Cates to Barker; left on I City Park and Swiming PooL

that he kept tellln:? himself "take I) Well, sir, I was disappointed: NOT beat Willie; I beat Willie's ] a passed ball. Lopez singled to bases: Recreation 10, Administration I Apply Johnson and Johnson

it easy son." Bu*. t didn't work 1 Swinky didn't crow, didn't chor-' clubs.*? I I center, McCarthy scoring. Jack 10; time of game: 1:45; um- I 519 Dural Street. aprl

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made Him up because they couldn't way. Nothing would satisfy ner but

bear not to."There ." that he should be sent on to preparatory > .. ... .
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are a lot of arguments I school Immediately. :.:. :. .. .. ..,::;.::' .:; .:>:;:,.:.. : .. .. : .. .. .. .. ..; .r..3dF:;r? ?<% a'' sw.Yf ;Q ;?fa,.: %"';:

might give you. but you probably Consequently be entered after the
know most of them. Here's the best Raster vacation which Is the worst
one. one I got bold of a thousand' possible time for even the most casehardened

years ago and leeched onto and and experienced old timerto
never let RO.: enter a new schooL OtHers of his Ah

lie leaned over the desk, tore a age and condition who bave enrolled J * -
X ii
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class In the autumn, have been
sheet on a pad. field It over Lulu's as a . a. ,- (, '
black and crimson beak and lightedit. long before this whipped more or : .. .. gww 4 ; 01 : ... ; ::;
letting the ash fall Into the tray. less Into shape and their more evident
craasnesses and dlfferentnesses ,
Speaking:: slowly and authoritatively : f i . ,.. 0"' 'gfr6y3p'"r.. %: #a
Ironed relentlessly I out. c }
I the Judge went on to explain the
Moreover, by Easter the upper and .
law of pb rlcs that nothing In or on -
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lower classmen are apt to be bored .
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or under this earth can be lost or ;.: 7'; : :
and eager for entertainment. James. ,. -
done with only changed as the '. f..If"" .
away during his first term and at great ' ..j'.. \ -
paper had changed under their e'uto .S A
hurt to his dignity, furnished rare ,. <
gases and ash. but never by any entertainment.It ;,.'. < : ,: .. ';,

possibility blotted out or annihilated Is no easy thing for one who -*.,. .....;; ';:;:;." . ".: '. .....
-all commonplace to but a .
a any S ""
has been from his birth a personageto
school boy adjust himself In the twinkling @

To James It was both new and of an eye to a position of monumen 1 fr

revolutionary. With his quick Intelligence !- tal obscurity such as James occupiedIn i... ii ;
be grusped It Instantly and a his new environment. The only :

Uod given hope sprang to life In his preparation be bad had for Ills

burL If even his flesh could only 1 be changed estate came from Judge ______Ii 4 '
s'- :lei.. !1Jl' ..
changed Intuits, original elements Holcomb who had taken him aside ; !

would his Intelligence. his personality before he left home and given him .

ehaage' In some unimaginable; wljfl' h1*j'considered the most priceless t'
manner but still survive? JUOOC.countably adv ce 5aToiHl

helfrld not like to ask"the feel at first like a pup shut '

Judge. otltafdatn the dark whining to a
,4 get. Tobacco '
I Mild '
f Ripe .*. .
.. V In to".tJ et1re.warned: the Judge. .i" :
UT bOW.about Odness\&nrt e T 1Pose BO.aald James, "but

L> Honor and Intangibles like 111 try not to whine." 7 ryn -w J..v Aged 2 years or more . q- r:

that the finally Questioned. Tin not afraid ot that. But you'll !
"I believe that the things ot the be so doggoned lonesome for a while ... y
spirit must go on. They are stronger,, you'll be willing to throw your arms -the farmer who grows the .

more powerful than organic matter. about the neck of the Orst young "
!Pm tobacco.
I .
The faith that moves mountains whelp who so much as notices your i alwaysrunning ' i

builds cathedrals . 1 am certain existence or gives you a casual good '.. the warehouseman who sells
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that they are not lost, though 1 am morning. 1 know. I went through ; t

not wise enough with my Unite mind all myself. out it at auction to the highest
to understand bow. Tour grandta "Don't be In any rush to play \ -- ,

there for Instance was an Inspiration Damon to the first Pythias who asks f bidder .
to everyone who knew him welt you. Look around. Feel your way. : w.ti

Never doubt my boy that though we You won't have the slightest troubleIn r of f CKesterfieldsy f : -every man who knows about fx

cannot see It or touch It that Inspire taking your proper place U you '
leaf tobacco will tell that
tlon Is still here all about us." don't get swamped at the beginning i. you

"Out . but his personality? with a lot of leftovers nobody else .. ..... .;. it takes mild, ripe tobacco to
. .
Grandfather blmselfr.llIs will associate with. : : -: .. '

personality was your grand (CopifHa\t. "31. tlateel B. Tardatn make a good cigarette; and thisis
laddy. His worn-out body was no I
more the Governor than the arm be Tomorrow, school proves a cross ' the kind we buy for CHESTERFIELD -
II which James bear with some dif ..
lost In the Civil War Hang onto that. ficulty. .. .
':'- .f.', Cigarettes.
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GEORGE DODGE Today's Horoscope .. :S .':;. n... +s 'A ., f 1M CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes is aged

LEAVES TODAY I... .. .... ..... o o... 4 ...x for'two years or more Nr.:; v

I The native born on the first day -. .w-.;;;;:?, ticcrrr & MYMS TOBACCO Co.

j of this month will be a student I : -,

GOLF PRO AT LOCAL LINKS I with a leaning toward scientific I "
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S i . }!.ids' :e jarM p{ +r' 'yr yx y.
1 of "f
subjects. The impulsive nature I II { 3' " 4 l)r r. 3
CONCLUDES SEASON'S I the month wil be tempered by amore I S
'2' +.' .
gentle amiable disposition,. r {
'ACTIVITIES 1 not too strong-willed and with &

much sympathy with others and
golf on the I i which } R6:: ': F\ ?!' .-' {v'Jv; ..6rvvwi :
Georgij )odge. pro i a desire to help them may
local linjj who while here was a I t make them easily deceived. : :;:t r' '..i} } ;n'Si, <:.+;., 4 ':l rSj.<:;.[: r' r a 4tryt Td' r
:} .y skS < +:
guv-t a ie Casa Marina Hotel }):' \ } r.42t} ,. '.:}:;r..ry..Ly.z ;

left thjKla. !iornmg for Bradenton, t ton in Key West and he expressed *! 54. .So" : .,f

.,, be will spend a short i' himself as having been exceedingly 3,,,:.: : soh .
chile re proceeding to Dark !!! delighted with the city as a fd t A XvY'y: Y;% : A'':;;- }

llall.. where be acts as: pro w hole. .., %..::;-t k.. .v,.. ).:.. .v...r. v:.... . -.n.,.. .. .. ., } ., .. .. . .. .. ;S'r.r.r.. :"{h;,!''f.?1., . ,..,,..r
duni umrner 1 t9lklt e+''rAIPtCaf0__

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SOCIETY ........................, .......e...e.ee.se..o...
Mrs. Francis Fleitas, of Red- Mrs. William Brennan, who was

FA ............................................ i lands, Fla., was an arrival yes spending a while with relatives in ............SC..5

OF Spring Festival TO BE PRESENTED ON FRI.I IJ I Steamship Cuba sailed Saturday terday for a visit with relativesand Atlanta, Ga., returned yesterday.W. 1578-William Harvey English Pratt 416 Margaret

ume '0' afternoon for Havana with 65 friends. I physician, discoverer of the circulation street in rear, Key West, Fla., has

DAY IN HIGH SCHOOL first class four sec S. Roberts, chief motion I of the blood, born. Died completed his course in Practicaland
And Fashion Review Friday passengers Attorney Perry J. Ten floor machine operator for a chain of June 3, 1657. Theoretical Radio and has

AUDITORIUMAnd ond class, three automobiles, two and Sirs. Ten floor, who have theaters in Miami, and surrounding been awarded his diploma by the

fitting climax of the year's Pat and Skippy Russell, wearing tons of freight and 459 sacks of I I been wintering in Key West, left' territory arrived yesterdayfor 1815-Prince von Bi'marckJ National Radio Institute of Wash

activities of the Key West Wo I Admiral Suits mail Tanker Alabama,, of the Texas I I yesterday afternoon for Miami a brief visit with relatives. German chancellor, born. Died' ington, D. C.
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man's Club was reached on Friday -, Gloria Ten Hoor, wearing now- you mujst'meet.:Peter and there will join a party of July 30, 1898.1826Edrtard. lie finished the prescribedcourse
I Oil Company arrived 10 o'clock friends and proceed leisurely to Curtis Meltzer, son of Mr. and I'
afternoon when the Spring child's Imported Evening En- -Peter Page'-AhAe'sadi'aristocrat 'i of technical studies with
yesterday with a cargo of 25,000' the home in Chicago. Mrs. I. N. Meltzer, of Miami, ar- t.----
Festival and Style Show was semble. ic, yet very lovable, ,Key" W barrels of'fuel 'oif'for,*tne Porter: rived yesterday accompanied by ::! A. Sothern, actor creditable grades and is to be con-
stej''j -
staged at the Public Library. I After the children came the about and ,comedian, father of gratulated upon his achievement.More .
I" whose happiness"we,are Dock JCofritfany:and,'sailed a.f5'in Mrs. May Toledo left yesterday the family maid to spend a while a'
On the spacious lawn, with a I grown ups" in the following or. fo concerned whoi is the af rnooa ,for *Port Arthur,: with relatives. famed actor? born in England.
', }one.. of t. than
background of palms and other der: .t rr Died there;'Jan. 20, 1881. 100,000
characters in" '' Texas. \. : relatives and friends in Miami. ;
aTheiJ3gdsjlawler,1 in Louisiana have been
tropical plants, and to the accompaniment -i I .
Shorts and Slack.Mrs : SS. -
I Steamship.Alamo, of,the.Clyde- Captain George T. Rice, U. S.
of boft music the I which will be presented here Fri- taught to read and write in recent
( I George Gomez Miss Ann MallJry tines, "arrived yesterday 1 B. Tuell, president of the. A., retired, is in Key West visitj -I 1832-Edwin A. Abbey, famed .
models gave a graceful showingof ,, Duncan, Miss Camilla Pierce, Mrs. 'day, April 5. morning from New York with: Engineer's Public Service Company -;j, ing with relatives and is the guest American artist and illustrator 1 i >ear*

the "latest clothes thing" in afternoon beach'i Katherine Thompson. Just by accident he strikes upa large shipments of merchandiseand 1 who was in Key West fora of Sir. and Mrs: Emory Pierce. painter of Boston's "Quest of the i the "man with a thousand faces,"

dresses togs, sport and evening 'I'I I Bathing Suit lasting acquaintance with Lord sailed, after discharging, for visit with Sirs.\ Tuell's mother. Holy Grail" pictures, born in Phil-, born at Colorado Springs, Colo.

The whole length of gowns.the Library 1 I Miss Ann Kennedy, MSss Alice Page of Sussex. They meet duringthe Tampa. I Mrs. John Wardlow and other:I ;,Irs. George Barker. mother adelphia. Died Aug. 1, 1911. I Died in Los Angeles, Aug. 26,

porch was crowded with inter- ,: Gwynn, Mrs. Dorothy Turknette, World War. Cabel Peter'sLuddY..fpent Fruiter Oriskany, of the members of the family left yes-, Mrs. J. Coleman and daughter, 1930.

ested and appreciative onlookers,j I Miss Katherine Huau, Miss Clara ; some time in England Standard Fruit and Steamship II terday afternoon for Miami. !I Ann Barker who were in Key 1861-William L. Clements,I

and each model received generous Yates, Miss Norma Yates. during the early days of the war. Company, is due to arrive to- 'i!|l West for the winter, left Satur- Day City, Mich., manufacturer; ..
she i Lord Page took a great liking to night from Philadelphia, will i" Sir. and Mrs. J. L. Houlette,''day for the home at Fort Leaven- and noted collector of early;
applause appeared.
Warren announced as the Mrs.1 Sport Dresses Peter-so much so that he invited take bunkers at the Porter Dock I daughter Mrs. Worth Hayes and, worth, Kansas. Americana born at Ann Arbor.;.
Mrs. Waldo Johnson, wearing Company and sail for Frontera, Ruth Mich. Died 6
the of dress and both men to his estate. I I, her daughter Mary who I Nov. 1931.
wearer type white and blue yachting outfit. Mexico. few hours in I' Mrs Henry Carey, who was
whom Investigation shows; that Peter were spending a
name of merchant for dis
played.A Miss Cecilia Ellsworth, wearing and Lord Page can claim one and I I Key West yesterday and were:i,i spending a while with relatives 1868-George H. Betts. us.tionallyknown -!'

interesting feature of. pink and blue sport suit and hat. the same family tree and very
the program was the showing of': Miss Louise Delaney, wearing arms. This greatly interests Cabel Williams left in the afternoon for 1 i I yesterday.SIVs. j I fessor of religious education, born

"what the tiny tot is wearing this yellow dress and white hat. however, having had generationsand Miami. I I -- at Clarkesville, Iowa. Died at FAR-SIGHTEDNESS

)! wearing yellow I pleases Lord Page, who is a VISITING HERE C. E. McCoy, who came to Evanston, 111., Dec. 8, 1934., .1 j '
Season" by attractive children Miss Ida Kerr !I < ,, Nearjjf O; ; all children ,are bongfarighled ,
f1868 <
ys ] :
West the
Peter Key for funeral of her I I 1I
between the ages' of ''three and and brown plaid sport outfit. professional genealogist , 'Captain SI. Wader, who was'I _and .a. great! _mat!:
Alfred left Saturday *
eight. The ease of manner and' Miss, Leonor Warren, wearing of Bahamans behind .him-men spending a short vacation with I i father Barroso. :-Edmond Restand. French I jority remain so for life. Every

oie (displayed by these' young'' imported white embroidered sport I who for one reason or another ". Keith Morgan.. president of the ;his family, left yesterday afternoon -: aftemoon with son and daughter -I dramatist: ,born. Died Dec. 2,,, child should! be carefully ex-
the West Indies | for Charleston, S. C., where .
'' : came to and eventually ' Warm Spr'ings'Foundation for West Palm Beach. i ' .
sters as they took''part in the "big dress' and hat. was an i 1918. alnin 4 by"atrained.rtpecialist! Li.
parade" 'merits special< mention.. | n Miss Marguerite Goshorn, wear-'I to our own Key West-is arrival over, .the highway last ii i i Mr. McCoy: is employed at the I ..' .. \\to, ,t c\-'J'!! &h' before,. JO!ti ,\.:..toA
indifferent to his claim .to-the, yard. '
Mrs. 0. ,S. Long, sponsor.of the ing ,/white and red spectator sport' week and will probably remain Sirs. Elizabeth Faber, who expresses -! 1883'-:Lon Chan III't", ;;reeni"Uar' $Chnol.. )) "
Junior Woman's Club was inl! dress. peerage of England. for a short vacation.Mr. herlelf as having,, enjoyed'. I ;' io hlr ; sight 1 \ a
It is found investigation Robert Pinder left
fhargc o1'thgtt; Style/Show! which! 1lrs.1 Allan Cleare, Jr., wearing upon further Morgan arrived' to join his a delightful'winter season Tn Key'' Saturday ttgLtQ."610 lost; far-sighted
that Peter is also the des- afternoon for Miami route toTallahassee I'
en '
fact in a great measure, insured, royaf blue sport dress and hat. : parents and brother, who are oc- West, left Saturday afternoon for, MONROE THEATER children can pass with ea e. It
cendant of Earl. When Cabel where he will be
its success. I Miss Dorothy Bean, wearing an cupying the Collins home on Vernon her home in Chicago. I em- ,p often happens that the children
tells Slizpah about this before Peter ployed during the session of the Anne Shirley-Tom Brown
On tables inside the Library white dress with chenille embroidery avenue, and exactly in time to I pawing the best sight tests
I does the latter makes light of j state legislature. I I
delicious and appetizing food was and hat. I be present at the birthday anni- Mrs. Julian I.angncr left over,1 -in- suffer the most from headache
it in characteristic West fashion
served. Lovely pies, cakes candy, I Miss Nellie Louise Russell, Key I versary of his mother which was the highway yesterday afternoon!:f I I ANNIE OF GREEN GABLES and eye-strain.
I. by trying to hush up Cabel and | W. L. Bates, Mrs. Bates and ,
salad, ham and baked beans all of* wearing spectator sport outfit. 1 on Friday to join SFr. Langner in Orlando,|
telling Slizpah that Cabel is 'onlyfunning' Charles Curtis, left the Matinee DR. J.
I j over highway : Balcony, lOe; Orches A. VAIDES
Diaz I
which members of theVoman's Moss Maria wearing II and expects to return in about a1
and that skull and
crossbones yesterday morning for Miamiwh're
Club know so well how to pre1flare and red sport outfit. week. tra. 15-20c; Night 15-25c 532 Duval Street
as coat-of-arms and a sure- SEEKS CUTTINGSOF I Mr. Bates and Mr. Curtiii i I I
were temptingly displayed' Miss Susan La Kin, wearing eggshell :: I t I I
enough palm tree were always j will attend. a session of the fed
under the direction of the Amer-i color dress and hat. I like' Mrs. Albert Shultz left Saturday ! _
good enough for a fisherman eral court as jurors.
iran Home of the Miss Edith Russell, wearing POINSETTIAS for visit with !
I a datives in 1 I
me. They laugh, but Slizpah, the ----
club. I pink and brown dress and hat. I Redshanler. true to her kind, asks Havana. j I I Captain Leslie Russell" Florida I, fr -

Beginning with the little folk,] Tea Gowns Cabel to tell her more, saying "Us I I I National Guard, arrived yesterday z

this is a list of those who model-! Miss Florrie Ketchings, wearing women folks like to know them Any one having cuttings of Mrs. J. A. Valdez who was in for a brief stay with his family I e-

led and what they wore: 1 white organdie tea gown and hat.I things." poinsettias which have not been t Miami several weeks with her :|I fore returning to Slatc-cumbe 193h 7 7a

Glorio Ten Hoor, wearing hmd-j i Miss Cornelia Ricketts, wearing Ii The name "Page" is used:" as a promised are requested to save parents and family returned yes!!I where he is in command of Battery -

made dress in white and green. :i i green chiffon tea dress and hat.I I type name-it is not the real name them notify Mrs. Wm. J. Phelan, terday.Dr. i[I "E". now on duty at the veteran -

Barbara Sherman and Frederick;i Miss Juanita Mayg, wearing: -but a large group of Key West.at 1303 Whitehead street or Phone I I camps. -
Kirtland, wearing Brother and candy striped organdie dress and: ers are entirely unaware that they'402.; and the cuttings will be called and Sirs. R. A. Slertz who

Sister Bathing Suits. ;i hat. I I' can claim the proud heritage of for. were in Key West for the winter!I I Mrs. Minnie Otto, who went to

Mary Anne Matchett, wearing'Pink Miss Alice Roberts, wearing,I Peter. 'I At this time of the year, it is I. and were guests at the Casa Marina -' Miami last week to be with her w
Organdie. (i i; yellow and brown mousseline de I The cast follows said, poinsettias are trimmed and left Saturday for Washington. .i children and celebrate her birth-
Ellen Blake Trevor wearing soire gown and hat. I Slizpah Bethel, the Redshawler.I the branches cut back. It is these day anniversary, returned Satur Why Risk a

Green Bathing Suit and Cap, and i;,'I Mss Alberta Elwooif wearing I -Sylvia Sawyer and Kathleen cuttings which are desired for : day. While in Miami she was the
carrying Green Life Preserver. iI i i I green organdie tea gown. I II Watkins. planting. J. Roland Adams who was call Roof
iI j guest of her son-in-law and daughter Bad ly Worn ?
Marian Solano wearing Peach!I I Miss\ Julia Jones wearing peach N. B.-During a recent illnessof ed to Miami because of the illness Dr. and Sirs\ SI. P. DeBoc
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Georgette. i i j) mousseline de soire gown and I Miss Sawyer, Miss Watkins .o..e. a sister, returned yesterday sons and daughters-in-law, Dr.

Betty Jean Williams, wearing hat I graciously accepted the understudy:" -
Today's Birthdays i and Mrs. O?good Otto and Attor
Pink Georgette. I I Miss Edith SIcCann, wearing and has been retained for one of'' Mrs. Sidney Mathews, who was
Grovanna Komaguerra, wearing, yellow net outfit. the performances. I I ........................ spending a while with her motherin ney and Sirs. Joseph Otto. never know when a badly worn roof

Blue Print. I I I Miss Dorothy Cleare, wearing I Captain Peter Page-Merville J I Daniel C. Roper of: S. C., Sec. Miami, returned yesterday.Joe Lost 27 years ago: a 200yearold YOU spring a leak. But you do know that

Jackie Ten Hoor, wearing a I[I white organdie tea gown and hat. Rosam. letary of Commerce, born in Marl Cherokee Indian ring was

White Linen Outfit. :I Sirs. Earl Julian, wearing yellow Fannie Page, his wife-Leona boro Co., S. C., 68 years ago. Brown of the United States found recently by the owner, SII'S. the leak may be costly.
Anne Doughtry and Terry organdie tea and legj Bethel. Internal Revenue Department
i gown John Barnes of Cache, Okla., in
Doughtry, wearing Sun Suits. j:j horn hat. Bevi, their young son-Harry Governor Blob Graves of Ala and Mrs. Brown were arrivals! her flower bed. Check up on any doubtful roofs, and get our

Zetta Frances Cabrera, wearing!I. Miss Isabel Ball wearing specially Knight bama, born at Hope Hull, Ala., yesterday for a short visit with money saving prices on Carey Roofings or

Blue Crepe .dc Chine. I I I designed tea gown. Jack Gamble a New York confidence 62 ago. relatives.Dr. .
Geraldine Albury, wearing Pink I Evening Gown I man-Harry Wickers. years Skin Torment Shingles to replace them. We can supply the

Organdie. I I Miss Virginia Perei. wearing Cabel Maser, Peter's buddy Julius D. Stern of New York C. K. Vliet, presiding elder right roof for any' building large or small.
Horn Faye Roberts and Eucrcne I the World War-Chester of the Miami SBcthodist\ district Jtchint.rou,hness,
i! pink net evening dress. I Ii during and Philadelphia, newspaper publisher Miami \ cracking easily relieved
Alton Roberts. Jr.. wearing Sailor:i Miss Alice Jones wearing blue ; Knowles. born in Philadelphia, 49 left Saturday afternoon for and improved withResstliii.ol "
Dress and Sailor Suit j I I lace evening gown.:: Voices of two small negro venders years ago. I after delivering a series of SOUTH FLORIDA CONTRACTINGAND
revival services at the FirstS
Zola Marie Camus wearing,i! ?Irs. Vincent Cremata. wearing I off-stage. I I ENGINEERING COMPANY
ethodist Church.
handmade Crochet Dress. i i i black chiffon night gown and imported Mrs. Aurelia II. Reinhardt,
Letty Sullivan, wearing: Yellow Chinese robe and satin Subscribe to The Citizen. president of Mills College, Oakland -- ,- --- WHITE AND EUZA STS. PHONE 598
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LEGALS cisco, 58 years ago. ................................................

Many Poems For ,' P.-T. A. CouncilTo \OTirt: OK I\TK\TIO\ TO AI'PLY Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven,

Poetic SymphonyDuring Hold FOIL PAHiAflK LKfilSLATION!:! OF LOCAL president of the University of
Meeting S '.i
1 WnD7
I, Michigan, born at ,Hull, Iowa., 53 /
I ;I XOTICK I : IS IIKUKHY': rtlVfcX":: '01 ., I : .EMSALE
the First International: { ,.,There will be a meeting of the!Ithe citizen of the Count orIon- years, ago. 'l' !' .
j roe and of the State of FJorUU.of; '-
Poetic Symphony Thursday ofi;t: Monroe County Parent-Teacher I I Intention to apply to the -gIS-! Dr. George; Norlinf! ,president of
: I la I ii re of the State of "'lorWa.at Its .1 STANDARD FOR OVEf* 6O YEARS
this week, a number of resident Conncil held on Wednesday afternoon I! is::: cehHHMi for the ,pasfuiK ,o( "I the University of,1Cjlorgdo-barn' ; ;

poets will make their: apIH'aranceI I April 3, beginning) at 3 I lot special which or Is I local IU I follow law the' : substance-i1J.'!}"''";(II at Concordiar" ,Kan,,64,years ,"vo.'"j..1; ,.. : ',.. .: ., ,. . ---, -- _..,-- -- .
before the audience it announced I I \ItQII if ;) 'ic r.: r ,
was fix alary 4>f Ju ....
I Ij
o'clock, in the Division StreetSchool '
today by Commodore' I crT.i::
Mictk" -Liuba, II. D. W., general auditorium. annum>'-six and hundred payable dollars monthly per i noted artist, born atl ct ; : > : ;' 11
chairman of the affair. There will be an election of officers from general revenue fund of I U.. 61 years ago. If'1 /j; : Monroe County Bald Judge to .
Those, whose poems will be and matters pertaining to d.'vote his entire time as such _
presented, are: Alec Allan; i the national convention to be held u.late. i David A. Crawford presidentof .v a A I .; I, ,

George F. Archer; Miss Marie' I in Miami April 28 to May 3 will Said contemplated in the eRislature law will as l>a tIntroduced > the Pullman Co., Chicago, bornat Drew ; I-a I I i : I II I ii I rr4 +

C ppick; Mrs. Barbaiu Green; be discussed.It prou>sed 1,111 under the following St. Louis, 56 years ago.

l\kr\ Ora L. Jones; Mrs. A. D. is requested that all membersbe title KXTITI.UI x a TIT
A HIM. To Iti:
Luethi; :Margaret Zinaida vonMietk in attendance. AX ACT To Provide for the I Sir Maurice Hankey, secretaryto it '' ftlilt !t/
-Liumba Mrs. Compensation of the Judxes of Britain's Cabinet, born 58 i a It 1
; :
the Criminal Court of Itecord 1tLt
Ott Russell. ; Mrs Hilda R.: Salis, Junior Club To of Monroe l'ounty. Florida: to years ago.
and W. K.: Waddell. Provide that said 1 Judge shall t I- I t
Hold Ix-vote his Kntlre Time as such 1 1l I'
Also on the program will be Meeting Ju.llto the Kxclunion of the \\\\U''I/II/ ITS PURER!
several brief Private Practice of Law HurInc lir "'* p. I
very readings by SPEND'YOUR
his Term There; To I'ro- I !
Julian Lucignani; MVs. Kitty Another social meeting ha:, tide for the :Method of 1'3) ItTflLaatl 1
Moore McKeown, and Mrs William been planned for this week by th m..nt..r such Salary '

II. White. Junior Woman's Club, for the,I'and I'att'dpril apply for I the, 193 passage::. thereof.e > I 1111i( L ICE REFRIGERATORS

A few English; selections will members and guests. apr-lt ARTHUR HOMHZ.' f DuI i 9I

open the evening after which thevarious I The affair will be Thursday,\ VACATION. Made\ of all metal-equip- t

foreign groups will pre-I! afternoon 5 o'clock in the homeof BENJAMIN LOPEZ = THIS YEAR IN = 1 ped with WATER COOLERS II I

sent their numbers. A character I the Key West WO 1an's Clubon FUNERAL HOME jrrJ. 't'r
sketch by Mrs.: C. J. Nash will! Division street Hostesses will l:II Established 49 Years 4FLORHDA| I I f' They're Economical 3I

close the presentation.The : be misses Camille Pierce Ella, Key W..,'. OIJe.t | ''.' ** I I 2i
entire program will be interspersed -' Louise Russell and Florrie Ketch 24-Hour Ambulance Service" & 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

with musical numbers ings. 'I I Ltc.sa.d'EmbalmerPhoa. ': ;. Satisfaction i r
wretten I I l\, \ lik' % fe It I'
by the \
the countries greatest represented.At composersof Mrs. Piodela Leaves t,t laS, Nirfct 6M-W : \ iLl ttt ? S r Priced at M Ii I'I i I

the doors
p. m. will be ..
open. Very promptly at 8 the For Coral Gables I j $30 2)OD
program will commence. : i STEAMSHIP Co. Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 Whitehead and )

Mrs Hastings Piodela. accom. j P & 0 street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful viewof I
oman's Club To )plished pianist of Key West, left : UNITED the sea and overlooking Coral Park, .
Meet yesterday. afternoon for a stay of MAIL ROUTES FOR I I FREE, TRIALTHOMPSON'S
Tomorrow one week at Coral Gables. Fla. I For price and terms apply to
When ICE CO.
Mrs. Lillian Connally
Effective March 18th. 1935 L P. ARTMAN,
will be
a meeting of the
1 staged the cabarets in Key West '
Key West Woman's Club held : Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays Officeor t -INC.--
tomorrow Mrs Piodela was selected to preside 12:20 P. M.Leave The Citizen

afternoon at. the clubhouse -I, at the piano for the songs, Havana for Key West Thursdays and :Mondays I I 4: Phone No. 8 t

on Division htreet. dances and musical numbers. Leave Key West for Port Tan\pa Thursdays and Mon

The board of directors will She will act in the same capacity days, 6:30 P. M. Residence 1309 Whitehead Street 1 t :St.

meet at 3 o'clock while the general for the elaborate cabaret Ticket. ReerratioB and Information at Ticket Office tfcDck I l I 4; l'
session' will begin at 4 o'clock : i # 1'9a
which Mrs. Connally is managingat *?....
and alll members are requestedto Coral Gables and will be staged I 71 ..............................................A*
I I ,
J. H. COSTAR Ace.t. hill
be in attendance. next Saturday night. I 1: "I.lIIIIIII 1111111. -- -