The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 2, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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MILWAUKEE Florida Convenes


-- I IN WASHINGTONMADE 'I BEFORE, COURT Today Governor Delivers His
In the March 24 issue of The 'partment's. recently created "de .S..........*..SC S S......- ;

partment of painting and sculpture I (II,. "" .._1. Milwaukee Journal appears an interview ," an agency under which the TALLAhASSEE Fla.. April] 2.-Governor Shbltz today asked I

with Peter Rotier and artists in Key West are working. IN HANDICRAFT SHOP'I. the 25th biennial legislature to: CHARGED WIT ATTEMPTING Message Following! Noon Hour

Some Murals Made OF SOCIAL SERVICE DE Appropriate $10.500.000 for public schools by re-allocating gasoline TO COMMIT HIGHWAY ROBBERY .
Richard Jansen'. of the Key West "We not only paint watercolors .
taxes now used!' to retire county bonds, or enacting a three per- 1-- - --- -
which are sent out in groups to be PARTMENT OF KEY WEST ; PLACED UNDER $ZOtt !
artists of the FERA whore cent general' sales tax. .1
group circuited over the country," continued ADMINISTRATIONKey License private business to handle liquor instead of having a I BOND I VIIIIIIII. Chief Executive Given
pending a month with their Mr.\ Rotier "but we paint
murals for the state dispensary system. TARPON At rACKS
public buildings in -
Provide free textbooks for all school children. I Rousing Reception'' On
families at their homes. Key West. Jansen has done several I I MAN IN SUB BASE
for the high schools." West articles made by the I Reduce automobile ]license charges to a flat $5 and $10. Ofelio Farnet was arraigned for!
The article is comprehensiveand "Rotier painted a 24-foot mural handicraft shop of the social service I Eliminate state-purpose ad valorem taxes on real estate except ; a hearing in the court of Justice''' HERE LAST NIGHT Entering Chamber At

explanatory from the artist recently" interrupted Mr.\ Jansen. department in the Key West the one mill for schools, required by the constitution. :i of the Peace Frank C. oberts 101 j I -

"The subject was undersea life. It Administration, are being displayed : Re-enact the gasoline tax of seven cents a gallon. with' three | o'clock this morning on charge :|I When tarpon begin attacking Capitol Building
and is !
viewpoint entirely was used as a background for an in Washington where they are cents to schools three cents to the staee road department and one fishermen it is time for %
from other articles which have exhibit of flowers that Key West] receiving a great deal of attention I cent to general state expenses. '!I of attempting to commit highway I'I the anglers to adopt other

sent to the Miami flower show and I and favorable comment. I Appropriate $1,000,000 for a special building program at state robbery. tactics than using a rod and HI) .%aa.qistrd rrr.>
in the from timeto The exhibjt from Key West was i ;, The act was committed Sunday j i ii
appeared press which won the first prize. institutions as Florida's contribution toward unemployment relief. reel, is the opinion of a number TALLAHASSEE, April 2.
"The government I first sent to Mrs. Ellen S. Woodward -i i i en one of the streets near the outskirts :, of clple l who last
theory, explained evening -
The Clarify the homestead tax exemption amendment. pe
time and reproduced in Mr. "is national director of women's of the city, and the victim between -FIoi Ida's twenty-fifth biennial .
Rotier. that witnessed struggle
if an a
Citizen. artist can do a good watercolor he work in the Federal Emergency Guard "against any increase in the burdens of taxation. of the attempt was struck on the I silver and Captain
i king cession of the
I I 'legislature -
Finish its work in the regular session of 60 days so that a special .
can paint anything-murals, Relief Administration, to be displayed head and stunned, although he re1i I II I J. D. Lonsdale, of the
Accompanying' the' story is a frescos or what not. We had eight at a convention in Richmond session will not be recessary. I tamed his presence of mind and |I Yacht "All Alone" in the 'convened 'at 10:45

reproduction'1' a photograph separate watercolor exhibits out at I attended by approximately --- - - -- clung to his pocket which contain-I I submarine base basin I I this- morning. 'A' 'committee
one time recently. Next fall some 500 prominent women from the 1 ed several money orders and cash. : The captain was in a small '
showing" line' of 'the FERA'artists of bur pictures will be shown in'I'!I southeastern states. SECOND ARTICLE,BY KOCHENDERFER i There was sufficient evidence' skiff with Euric Sterling (rem' bcth1' houses was ap-

Milwaukee.\ In commenting on the exhibit brought out at the hearing to war- trolling 'Wh n -11...fith struck. |. pointed'to inform ,Governor
seated'on the'floor of theart1alle4 "Key West is real sent from Key West Mrs. Woodward lant the committing magistrate in
art town. 'After
a : a struggle lasting
beneatha groap"'of' hung There are"no' billboard? 'no road-!' said in a letter addressed to ON RECENTv-VISITiTOISLAND: !: CITYI } .placing the defendant under bondof ..'.about minutes' the catch 'Shclti'tltit' jthelI f legislature 1

tide signs. 'A house may not be Julius F. Stone. Jr., Florida relief I $200 for trial at the next termI 'was'about fivefeet*from'the 'WRS"iiVBesMon'aridTeady to : t
paintings. In the picture 'are'l remodeled or painted without the i administrator "I have never seen I I of criminal court. stern of the skiff when it gave
Thomas Johnson art commission passing on the more attractive or unusual handi- I Citizen is today publish-1! the point of being again able to It was said at the court house: one of the leaps for which hear his message.

Morgan Avery plans and colors." crafts: ; and of course, for our the second article G. J. stand on its own feet and solve this morning that Farnet does not !I the tarpon is noted, and land At 12:15 the governor entet'ed -
ing by
Peter Rotier. Stanley Wood. Alfredo "The colors] of paint used would I I purposes the fact that the materials t its own problems, then it must seem to appreciate freedom. Sat- ed on the captaii, Mr. Sterling -
certainly surprise northerners"I of which they are made cost l Kochenderfer] who visited in Key submit to the inevitable and urday last he was released from told The Citizen. the chamber and was
Crimi;, Klir'; Beck R'L'I; nothing, makes them doubly inter' j eventually of existence county jail after serving six
breaks in Mr. Jensen. "Down) there I II I. pass out So great was the impetus given a rousing reception
I t.!>ting."There. West recently with Mrs. Kochen- -a* a number of greater cities, month on a charge which was
Richard Hoffman they put bright orange and yellow i of the fish that the anglerwas after which he launched .
'and rose colors and purple on the : were 350 women at the derfer, and who also made a I have done before in the world'shistory. similar in most of the details toi I almost thrown from hit into
*A note explains that houses." :I smallest meeting and 500 at the i the one on which he is now awaiting I feet and the reel was di.. his message given in a

"Yes. but the intense sunlight largest of the two-day session .The pleasant call at The Citizen of-i But those arc things for the fu- trial. I lodged from the rod. but the
kbush, who heads the exhibit that all At the time of his release an clear resonant voice. Its
glends them rather quickly" qualifies was so placed tirc: to determine and need not fish was captured. It weigh
is missing." Mr. Rotier. I' tho!'e coming to the meetings fice, after which he was introduced interfere with the enjoyment of attache of the sheriff's office raid I ed 87 pounds.and measured delivery required a little
(tasked the exhibit. I think without our visit to this odd and interesting to him that the best thing he coulddo
are the hours in a government to William L. Bates, who; i I 5 feet 6 inches. over thirty minutes.W. .
follows: art colony? "Thirtyfivea ,I exception they all stopped to look city where Spanish is the would be to get out of town ,: On the yacht are Dr. and
LT and Richard: Jan- week" says Mr. Rotier. ut we I it over. ." took the visitors for an auto ride I language of groups passing along' for if he stayed temptation would Mrs. D. M. Edwards and B. Bishop of Jefferson
returned to M iI- do not keep regular office hours. The exhibit is being kept in thestr'ts and where the whole.' get the best of him and he would i
daughter Miss Katherine, of
the all of at last
over city. viewing points I county was night'acaucus
Key West Fla., on If we want to. we crowd two days', Washington, and may be sent to i ctmo.-phcre: is strongly influencedby soon be back in jail. Pittsburgh Pa., enjoyi tg a
nve of aLsence, after into one and no one objects. The other parts of the country. :interest and consequently securing Cubans: who have come from -- - -- pleasure cruise in Florida named as speaker
Iral months there un government knows our interest in ,I Buttons buckles and bracelets/ t tI t their i land only ninety wiles I the
Int supervision.if our work. Everyone works Saturdays made from cocoanut shells; belt, i data for articles on Key West I away. house! on

jou remember, i isI : and Sundays."In i I I beach sandals and beach bags the following of which is the sec-| 5a ; -'GII. :C",4 the first ballot and his nomination -
I America's art cx- made with the fibre, were includ- I It i _
big subject too, we are allowed it Judge J. Vining liar- -- was hailed ad.
,ie community had bU a lot of leeway and even if the I, ed in the exhibit sent from Key I end one printed in these column: I ri*. of the Monroe county as an
ts citizens the relen | West. who the I HYMAN PROMOTEDTO ministration
on subject; is given we are allowedto KOCHENDERFER court enjoys distinci i i, victory.,
By C. J. I IIn
the government de. work it out our own way. tion of living "furthest south"of NOT HAVING PAID UP William ,C.
latWitate Ihena'byap. I AppestieiBoys I (I; Mansfield (Ohio) News* any& in the Ua'ited 1 I, THOSE -. NEW-POSITION Hodges was

beauty anti its charm "There is a big community studio CAMP OFFICER 'I Journal) States, for his attractive home I Ii. '!I, YESTERDAY AR'E NOW 1 the choice as speaker of the

U to make Key West on the top floor of the idmin-i KEY WEST: Fla.-This southernmost -I is situated at the southernmost j 1935 senate. There no
tourists end an art I istration building and in addition' VISITING HERE!! citj; in the United States residential part of Key I DELINQUENT I MADE SALES: .ViANAGER OF
further this objective I!I arh artist h,;s a studio where he I the only .place in this", country that i West. We are passing it now, I other aspirants.The .
established there withto is ; is and it is delightful FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES -
lives. In the general studio we. abso.utely "frostproof to-I' a appearing governor concludedhis
do for Key Wesejt !, have apprentice boys to wash! CAPTAIN HINCHMAN COMES day in an era of either place-with no serious I WHit the close of tffice:: hours' COMPANY
of thing artists have j j brushes stretch canvas and make or disintegration-which it is to heating problem as the tarn ,, yesterday afternoon owners ot''! message with the exhortation -
for railroads. Thousands I' frames. FOR CONFERENCE WITH be only the events of passing perature here has never gone I property in Key West who had I' :

[ have been lured by :nik i.:. "Four of the group are married. months will tell. below 41 degree. 'I failed to pay their taxes, and
k lacier ..ark and othet The six bachelors live in navy yard JULIUS F. STONE Key West has had its rise its * 'I I they are numerous, became legally I i Jack Hyman, of the Key West "All tasks at hand must

the "end of the line." quarters. The navy yard is a beautiful period of prosperity, and its de- To our right, a little further delinquent. Gas Company received notifica. be approached with a deep
fters Are Settlersts pla-ce like a park" Captain William Ilinchman in I I|I cline-if the present humanitar- along, is one of the novelties that I I I However the legislature in tion yesterday of his appointment
at once got hu. y The two artists on leave ay charge of the camps and veterans'"I'ian but impractical idea of nrik- we particularly wanted to see.i a1 I 1 years gone has been lenient in as sales manager of the Florida and reverent sense of obli-

brushes. The result i is that in Key West everyone ridesa activities on the keys, is in Key I I ing it almost entirely dependent*I large tree known as the "travel- this matter and it is confidently Public Utilities Company in Key gation, not only to the people
have West for vacation of several er's I\ believed that that body will followI West, which is the gas company.Fcr . of visitors bicycle, that shorts are regulation a on tourist patronage i is rdhcml palm, for the reason that on ;
'n to the city and a numlitistic even for women office |, days and a conference with to, it will aho have its fall. I the desert, where it is frequently :!I the customary procedure and eight years ilr. Hyman ha the state and the country .
people] have taken ers, and that a new bridge :Julius F. Stone Jr. The idea of throwing a vast found travelers suffering: from ''I.][' grant an extension of two months.In been connected with the organ, but to Almighty! God.
ence there, among them tween Key West and the ork-I I He is assistant engineer in the emount of federal money into the !j thirst have learned that by tapi 'I discussing the matter of tax izalion and for the better part of,
Frost, of "North of HosIme land is being constructed by southeastern United States rehabilitation of Key West as am I I i ping its trunk they: can obtain sufficient payments! with Collector Frank II. the time has been meter reader.In .: Without His ,aid and guidance

; Ernest: Hemingway. dred:* of men who are the remnant !'i Puerto Rico and the Virgin' Isi essential resort city is visionary I I water to bridge over for a ,', Ijuld the attention of The Citizen this capacity he has formed we are nothing and we
(te "A Farewell to Arms" of the old "bonus army";i i lands for the Federal Emergency and unfeasible, as are a numWi little longer. The fronds: of this'''was I called to an item on the list'' many contacts which, his su do
I m Dos Passos, author of which marched on Washington :j' Relief Administration but on re. !of the apparently well-intentioned tree always point directly north :|: of taxes due on intangible assess periors believe, will prove of CIR nothing. In order tD
|el after another. A numIcastern some years ago. When President' quest: of Mr. Stone was assigned I projects of governmental theorists and south thus also giving travelers 'ments.!' I great value to him in his new I merit the ascistance and ti ,

painters are find- Roosevelt dedicates! old Fort Jef- by Harry Hopkins Federal I guidance! ai to directions.I I!! This! item indicates that the' position. ( ,
'ot. Relief I-merl I a. i j! of the intangible JJoy Fv./Lade.Jpcal.I : .manwref of trust, of Divinity, werntut
West a paintahle sj\ fiTEon on I ry Tortugas next gency If. however, some of Key W(' t', owner property*' i
g (liscuvvrvftimis) ago' i month he U expected to stop off j:: take charge of the camps. I I Ii I, natural advantages can be capitalized i At .Wlook at those large fac- ''is indebted to the state for th.c Ihe company, 't01cl Tht q. ,'. i itizna.'cIcctsd.fer have and a .et' I,cpurage.. ;

who %) h'i cu/v I in Key West. j i Asked how were conditions on,I II (i I upon-if its motor highway I''|' t6ry buildings in which at onetime I l sum of one penny and (o coect,1) ,I h\O\\ l.J Hyjinan! 't' / | ; l fef-facrificer| : I unselfishness n- i ; j -
|e time there. Present head of the department j\the keys, Captain Ilinchman said'. is completed throu h' to'' the as'nteyas! 8.000 cigar mak this, Mr. laM estimates, it will i the'posiUon\ !after a.Jong, period/ ; .., rf
Adrian rJ, Dornlnh! whc I of painting and sculpture is Kd"ward : -|[,I that everything was running Florida east coast, a fish'cannery ers'were employed we get a better -i,!! cost approximately :25!!j ents", ,'J JCARGILE"EDITS foffjfailhfui: ; i .!'eryit'if 1 an 4\ ..theproi.'motion } ..fortitude. and manhood, ',,I. :r'jrnepibering ..:J
|(ie group! ,of ,1.0} I liijtjfU; Rowm'an. If the Key West";smoothly and there was no reason established, the magic of its idea of what an industrial city : .', i ,h in))ii e Wjtyji ,t.hecorn1 'f ; that .mly these1.4 I
under government sLkjCr-: fie venture. accomplices. all that i to believe tha\ ,tIq .routine of the name used! in bringing back at ''in i Ana of the northern states ,; ;;1 ,rany desire. ,"jio.retw;|G'Jf': 'lhose, ) cm1 ., t ' ., i-.jf
t''f'' irt Kenos: *,stra'iFier 1\\ pll,8Vbl); h avc: ,jrvin ed a. deej( characteristics. /can, ,meetapproval t, ., ,
1/ '
..antIr.,\ :: ..( flijusun aI.ttwatikecana. chance of being: dotted with like; j --- ': ing industry and if there1 is somr should decide to move away ,interest :in rt tbp busmes i .jind have or deserve approval
Wisconsin i icL.resented. colonies-permanent chatJta .quas' 'resumption! of use of the facili- possibly on account of lower ,j; OLD NEWSPAPER'THE Nhnw-n adaptability.The .
Mr. Jansert i 1'4 aft of art. i, CUBA BRINGS IN ; lies! of its fine navy-yard equi|>- taxes in some other state or for position of galei managerof .ind help at the hands of the

1' of the Layton Art school I Some of the old residents of I ment-then partial I dependence ionic other reason. That happened the company carries with il Almighty Creator'
Holier: has taught clashes Key West were a little taken j 96 PASSENGERS on tourist trade would appeal in Key West. complete charge: of all merchandfing -
l\rt Institute In April Mr. aback by the fart thtt. the artists I plausible. . activities:: it was stated. -

\\ HI have an exhibition at I \\ereinure than apt to include a i : Substantial residents of Ke) Over there is the home of ; OF ANNIVERSARY ASKS PASSAGE OF BILL,

ton art cailerx." Mr.\! Kotiei grinning negro in a landscape ("aI-I j I Wet realize this and their ideas Ernest Hemingway, author j FERA OFFICIALS I TALLAHASSEE, Fla.. April <
Steamship Cuba the P. and EDITION send works to the "-"01- I| ciliated ti present: "romantic Keyj;I 'of restoration of the city to a and pcrttman, who rtoppel: | -William C, Hodges of Tallahas.
O. S. S. returned
f\v of (the \\i5t'Ofl5jfl Paint- looked) to them as though company yesterday -I I place of all\ West several |
West It ; j jAmeiica I self-financing carry I off in Key years .ee, taking office as president of
from with
Havana 79 first
I Sculptors at the Art In- would' conclude that there I! J suggestions along some of atlt! with the ;idea of looking j joround ARRIVE ON PLANE! the
class and five second class state senate today called for
pas.'Iengl'rs anniverf'ary'edition
the but picturesque lines He j With a 32 page
was nothing to city i t suggested above. th'l for a day or so.
. '!: for Key West! ; 10 first and the Cannon Courier -- passage of the state general
al list: dk the .postmankr buildings and Bahama * liked it ro well that he bought j jr published appropriations -
a walk on I\U day off. beys. But when the exigencies of ;I two second class passengers for I j As matters now stand l Key West& a house and stayed here. Ir j in Woodbury, Tenn., celebrates GROUP COMES HERE TO MAKF, i bill during the first
the Milwaukee trtral- art were explained the youthein- I' Tampa. There were 45 aliens.The is a bankrupt city Its operation; II ]r I r * Ij its entry on the fifty-first SURVEY OF LOCALACTIVITIES 15 days of the I legislative session.
[the fr.t day after (their re- recognized ,'I Cuba sailed 6:30 o'clock I '! oldei I III of uninterrupted publica.' "For the sake of doing
ers acquiesced., They : i is directly under the FERA. with j, Practically all of the | year our partin
I While looking at the pic- I the artistic value of a dark visage ( with 16 passengers and freight for I I an estimated 80 percent of its 'ap-II houses ure of frame construction tion. {;I helping the governor and his
they anvut-ied questions I against the gorgeous houses! of I!: Tampa. I t proximate 10.000 population or. ,II sturdily built to withstand hijrlj! j Volume LI. No. 1 was receivedat cabinet keep a balanced budget jt
the life in a government art orange red and yellow and the 't: Steamship Oriskany, of the I relief, or employed on public:| winds that O'aoionally'rt'arh hur- ; The Citizen off fice. It is an Mrs\ .Virginia Stannard. direc. would be wise to present and pa$.
>' vivid greens of the foliage! standard Fruit and Steamship I works projects of ;>which the in j jI i iI licane proportions.Many"of the e Issue of interesting n ".covering tor of I>ade county relief, Mrs the general appropriations i bill l
[he I Ki-v \\esi art project is :4 -- - - -- I Comiany. arrived I from Philadeli -I tended motor-highway completion I II old, hou' s were built by ships' ]''that i section of Tennesseeanl Edith Sutton, case supervisor 'within the first 15 days of the
child ol' Il\\ant l ltru('e.:' i .phia 2 o'clock this morning took| will he the largest. carpenters( without the use ofj carries a great: many appealing Mrs. Irene Nord tnlf Miss Elsie; cession." Hodges said in the prepared -
Mr Rot: met. "There," point ELEVEN ARRIVE fuel] oil at the Porter Dock Company -I When the job looked hopeleic'| .j"nails, and in some instances solid advertisements. .,1 Jlou jngton. of the Dade relief text of his address accepting

n a ,--anvi on (the wall. "I' t' and t'ai1edI o'clock for to Key West the Mate of Floridawas mahogany: was used for the in-i j I' The editor, J.V. Cargile,!I forces arrived by plane today. the senate presidency..

ll f ." ABOARD PLANE Frontera, :Mexico. called upOQ for help; wher tenor. Theundertving'rock, could '1' Is well known in, the newspaper, This u their first visit to Key 1 I "If you pass the appropriation
lire cno.ijjh; ".\flf'r the Uam.:' I Lighthouse Tender Ivy, with| it became too hilt for the state J f not be u'ed for building (onctrll; world and has a vide circle of West and their time it is under bill in that I length of time, then
Ihe "('n-t i -_ I Superintendent William W. le.naeritt to handle the task was passed over| lion because, on account of th' : friends in Key West who will remember rtood will be pent going over th! < the legislature, by examining the
1 S." exhibit, i.v thi-" work of :Mr. I There 11 arriving -I' en board, returned last'I, to the federal government. I! slight elevation ibove sea level' '| him editor for .1 accomplishments in the Ninth total of its general appropriation'
\ vl I* and who i" now first a>- Miami and several bookings have I! light structures on the reef and in only temporary. KeyV e-st hat (Continued on Page Three) j j I Citizen. and project pertinent tc total of all special appropriation

'1t m the federal! treasury ile-, t been made fur the return trip his I! Miami harbor. been weakened by loss of its I i ft, _ _ _- I II t the rehabilitation program. 'eltims and other moneys- necessary
-- ---- 1 afternoon. i great cigar factories to Tampa 'I I GIVES SIGNAL I I i to be paid out of the treasury, can

RY MY POULTRYReady Arrivals V. Richards and by the encroachment of Tar Truck Arrives Tonight !, Place Your Order TODAY during the remaining part of the
for the Pot I : Habana-Madrid Club m-:;
I|! session know each day
Lcretta Richards. Frank Long pon Springs on its sponge indus- With large variety of FRESH CANTON A 20-year-old -r.rEASTER exactly
ROlLERS I i to li tb withdrawal ofa :, gander belonging to Miss Polly ,how much revenue it most 'provide
shore. George Popovici. Charlef TOMORROW NIGHT try; also by the FRUITS and VEGETABLES '
FRYERS 2 to 3 tb> 1 this i'I BABY CHICKS to put the amount of '
large part of its navy yard personnel Kittinger near city signals money
Lund. Irene N'nrd, Virginia I
HENS ANY SIZEHerd's nard, F.lsitHousin ton, Edith:I Floor Show and Dance and it is right that it Lowe's Cash Grocery Ij I the approach of strangers by loud Fulford's Poultry Farm ': in the treasury necessary to pay;

Poultry Farme (! Sutton, Lorena M. :Menge, J. B. Hoioring; All State Society; I should receive help-.but unless I 1117 Division; ; St. Phone 675 "honking" and"a vigorous flapping! .I II Phone 880 I De'iver I the expenses of government tans*.
880 I Deliver Gent. ., the city can be strengthened to j I I of his wings. J (Continued on Page Three ), .
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Elk( i\.tP glcst (: tlI HEARST PAPER FORECASTS A JAM crate southerly winds over north


I'uklUhed Dally Except: Sunday By According to late figures there are
U ... AIITMAN. lVr.ia<.4. more than :23,300,000 of our population -

From Th* Citizen Uulldlng Happening Here Just 10 Yean Temperature New York ........ 38 ':6 I I

Corner Greene'aad Ann Street on relief, which is an all-time record. The I I Ago Today As Taken From Highest ..-....._-._...............-.........87 .......... 66 74 II IIl'ensa01a Pressure is low this morning:
the north Atlantic and
over States
Washington D. C.) Herald believes that The Files Of The Citizen Lowest! ........-...._--.......-..-....--- 73 weekly shipment of
( Pittsburgh! ....... U SGS1. Rio Grande Valley Me.
: Eastport, ,
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe Mean ...... .. 80 fruits and
County. factors like the tremendous rise in food II Normal}' Mean' "::::.:::::::::::.:::::..:::74: Louis ....--.... 42 52 29.80 inches, and Brownsvillei vegetables will arrive
Texas, 29.84 inches. Rain or snow tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash
Salt Lake .
The Due and Duchess de Riche City 42 62
.s.ntned at Key West Florida as second claa matter Rainfall
and other increases
costs impending ufurI
has occurred during the last 24 Grocery, 1117 Division street.
lieu have purchased the Artman San Francisco .. 52 GO
F1KTV-SIVTII YEAHMraibrr I unmistabable forecasts I Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. hours from the Lake region east. The shipment which includes! a
nish of the
jam residence on Whitehead street Seattle ..........._ 34 54
.f the A_l.l* which is just around the and in near South Beach for the purposeof I 1UU rrrwrd rutrra ::..-...Hr l.rrl..I. ... ......... 84
70 States
. Associated Pres Is exclusively entitled to use corner, making it their winter home. A I mil IKK at Sturl..rl.' ...... aTomorrow's ... Tampa I snow in South Dakota and vegetables! is expected to arrive
-.r rcputiUatlun of all news dispatches credited to R'asbington ...... 42 4G.Wi1li40n :\Minnesota and rain in portions of early in the evening.
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and ass. the same issue this publication reports that i few weeks ago the due and duchess I Almanac

the local news published hero.NATIONAL I II arrived in West from ....... . ...; 6:16 ..... .... 8 24 the middle Atlantic States. There
I President Roosevelt in his attack on hold- Key Pans I Sun rises .. .. a. m. have also been light shower in the weather continues abnormallywarm

EDITORIAL) France, and were guests of Cap- i Sun sets ..,.................. C.44 p. m. I I lower Rio Grande Valley. Pressurehas I throughout most of the

ASSOCIATION ing companies takes the position that "it is: tain and Mrs. Clarke I). Stearnsat Moon rises . ............ 6:04 a. m. WEATHER FORECASTTill : increased over the East Gulf 1 Gulf and South Atlantic States.

TliCfLe.nLb..e 1/ / 9J.5SIIIS useless to talk of regulating holding com- the naval station. They became :: Moon sets .....-..--...--.--. 7:12 p. m. and South Atlantic States, and a I G. S. KENNEDY.

- ---- anamored with the charm of the New moon, :3rd; .......... 7:11 a. m. ( 8 p. m., Wednesday) strong hgih pressure area moving : Official in Charge

( Year .. (:HIITIOV.. . HATKS. --U panies because regulation has 'small city and decided to secure a home Tomorrow' Tide; Key West and Vicinity: Fair tonight in over the northern Plains States !

fix ate Month":: .:n. .. . : .. .: .:::::. ::::= cot: chance of ultimate success.' i here for their winter season in the A.M. P.M. and upper Mississippi Valley Wil- 66 Miles

l'bre& Months .. .. .. n.. . ..____ 2.CO ; south. Through Warren Watrous, 00t5 % sjM.h li=ton. N. D. 30.42 inches is
.8e And still the holds High .................. 7:50 8:21 ( I
On Month government out 1
\ttkly* .. .....:.::.:..:=.:::.:.=:======= .2s. I salesman for the Meltzer and Navarro Low ......._........... 1:41 1:581 i1ts.l casing unseasonably cold weather On 1 Gallon?
as one of its greatest accomplishments: the firm they purchased! theAit I throughout much of this territory -
AIJVEIlT.IVG: SLATES H.uometer at 8 a. in. today] : 1
Made known on application. regulation of railroads. Thousands of man place. t I t h !, and in the northern and eastern Scientific Laboratory. P-189

SI'Ktltl. OTICE Sea level 3000. i .,,,,..f.i Rockies with temperatures1elow Wheaton. 111., report an amazingnew
lines of business in the NRA also II ,
All notices, of thanks, resolutions elf are con } automatic 1'3\'l>r.JOO" .
reading card. t collector: miiiur 11.patu auep- : freezing over southwestern I vapor gas
r'.:>N't, rhliuary notices, etc.. will be charged: for atI trolled and regulated. Agriculture is Lowest Highest i } : profits. Fits all auto
Kansas and below in J
zero portionsof
! c rate df :0 cents a line. UliuOUIIll2> COlltlllUIU; ;; Oi UCiinqutui Station 1:1.Fair : ,. I
V,'k.a( tor entertainments by churcbeH from which trolled and production regulated-and 1 Last Night Yelleet'.ayAbilene Montana. Helena, reportingfour i Anyone can attach. One sent
ot Hit
Uits mar m excels
* rewtiue U to be derived are S rents a line. ......... f 2 92 free to introduce Send ad.
lUc' Citizen Is forum and Invites discus what-not No amount eMii..aleU tutu beveia >< degrees bt'low-the lowest of i quick.
an open wonder the public utilitiesare oy L-
Atlanta .... ...... -fiO 76
eon.of. public Issues and subjects of local or general record for this time of year. The I Ior dress and car name today.
lit treat! but It will not publish anonymous communl- fighting threatened destruction. "The Witt ago. uuiing me iiioiiiu o* Boston! _-...n....... :28 44

iall'n... Aialifl he icLeiVetl $1U,1UU'JO, Buffalo . ...-.. 32 -12 .
bill further than the
goes destruction of
._ _. and Mr. bnepparu Mated he feel I Charleston Gli 84 KEY WESTCOLONIAL
--- n" ; Wednesday partly cloudy; Pirates Cove
the holding company, says a statement in that collections lor April( win be' t Chic:: o .... CO i 40Denver gentle variable winds. HOTELIn FIShing>; Camp

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST their behalf made public Washington, la exte.a: ol this bum. He is also ]J ....., ... 18 42 HondaFair tonight; Wednesday Pirates Cove, Florida ,

of tar opinion that with the continuance Detroit .......... 32 42 .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN which adds : "It is also a bill directed n. partly cloudy, probably showers ; [ the Center of the Businessand 20 Miles From Key West on
of the bourn collections Galvt> toll .... 711< 80<

against the operating companies, will i IK lease and! it will not be long I Havana: ......n... 72 Jacksonville in northwest to portion.Florida Straits: Theater District the Overseas Highway

which so completely limits their powers as befoie practically all delinquenttaxes Huron ........n.... 20 32Jacksonville and SWIMMING POOL
Gentle to moderate west! First Cla -Fireproof-
1. Water..and Sewerage, ...... 1 6i li 80 FINE CUISINE
to make Federal are paid. I north
agencies virtually the 'outhvvest winds over portion -
Sensible Rate
I II 31 48 First Class Accommodation
2. 'Bridges to complete Road to Main managers of this industry." Why shouldn't City and gentle variable wind

land. I I The information booth at the KEY WEST -.73 87 over. south portion and weather COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI Write or Telephone for
T investors in these' securities continue to laiiioad station which has: been Little Rock ..._. fit) 78 1 I paitlv overcast tonight and Wednesday Reservations

'3. Free Port. , write to their congressmen conducted during the season by C. Los Angeles ... 54 (02: Carafe Elevator Rates $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day
i d i .... 50 64
Louisville .. ..
4, Hotels and Apartments. C. S>monette, was J line yesterday East: Gulf: Moderate\ easterly Popular Price American Plan
Miami ......._ 70 84
vo"f ? .n south and mod I''
I Though the fif*t> season winds over portion
5. Bathing Pavilion. FOREIGN AFFAIRS Minneapolis ...... 24 :11
the booth was a success, Mr. Sym- _. . --
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Orleans 08 84
6. Airports-Land and Sea. onette said that during the season nn
7. Consolidation of County and City There are men and women in Key just ended a far greater numberof

G vernments.t West who are supposed to be wise. They, people visited the city and LEGALS I DOWNCUES
many of them remained for visits! .
or at least some of them, tell you that o-I I which were not at first included NOTICI: 411ets'rlis: sn Opportunity

.- --- called small-town people are not interested in their itinerary. I, NIITIC1:" IS HKREHY (HVr. Ihal''| THE PRICE OF
I under an.l l h>' virtue of, and pur
KEY WEST CITIZEN in foreign affairs. They are II -- I Kuaut to that t-rlaln decree. ma(1>M
THE The According to information received !: and entered on the ::3rtl! day of' GRAVING COMFORT Now is the time to modernize your h\'
wrong. average citizen, in this day : Krl.ruary, A 1>. 193S, l t.y the Honor
by Cuban Consul Domingo .f I Ii to make such propertjjbe
I thle Ifttrrgon It Urownr Judge < improvements to your
of world politics, knows that what happens I I: Milord President-elect i the Circuit Court ..f the Tw.. ith
WILL always seek the truth and print it Macliado. I Judicial rirruit ,,f :Muliru? ('.,Unt>.. needful or desirable before costs adv':
in far-off countries may determine of Cuba and a distinguished! body I Florida, in ."lianr in that .-r
without fear and without favor; never be I I much.
: .. herein 'tc,
lain ti.enoy aus therein 1..n.1iu
whether Sarah's sweetheart will live to be of officials will arrive in KeyWest I
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; i I i on the afternoon of April i John I.uell U) Staff is the and r..toplaiuanLnail |Mr-
the father of be shot to death 11 .
a family or I irw ,
always fight for progress; never be the or- 13, and will remain her for a few : staff. his wife. if married and. if See IH about the U. S. Governmentlong 1
in the service of his flag. I dyad their unknown heirs, d<" isees.grantees 4j.i
gan or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, hours before proceeding to Wash! I or other launaiili and allpervons 1 r FrB term modernization loans.
The trouble hitherto has been that ington. having sir an interif "'
faction or class; always do its utmost for the ;t in the lauds hereinafter d I Ii
i too few county seat newspapers took the i scribed. are. defendants, tin. undersigned I Enjoy the benefits while you pay.
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or The i S|.,oial Mf-ter in Chin
Over!ea Company, an organization
i trouble to try to explain foreign situations I eery, appointed| | by said dr.-rce l will
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; formed by Key West offer for sate and sell at |.ii!>.ln. ml
I to their readers. We do not know how it for the i.I try to the hiihe i r for of handling First National Bank
men purpose : : The ot
commend good done by individual or organ before the front door of 111,- is elsewhere but we believe that many of engineering and development workin : (ourt Ilmiie, in KeWest, MonrrnCounty '
ization tolerant of others' rights, views and
Florida, Monday the LAIC
our readers want to understand what is this section, enjoyed an unusual I I filh Jay of 3.lay .V on. I>. U! :3.:., (sami I t Member of the Federal Reserve
opinions print that will elevate JUNIOR
; only news amount of business when
they I being a rule day of said Court anda
occurring in the world. That means, to a legal Males day) duriiiK the l Legal i
and not contaminate the reader opened their doors with offering .
; never com- an -
: hours of hale, to-wit: Itetweeu 11 Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance
large extent what the nations doing to .
promise with prineip'e.Nothing for public subscription to the I o'thuk III the forenoon and 2 Q, TMRESUEPAI.OFF.u..rwue .
o'clock In the afl'ru..n of said! l lda li
and thinking about one another. new Country Club Addition Sunk . DINER PATENTS Pb01NC 1
I i >', the following .). ... nl>ed Ir.-| 1 x YOUR BA'NKi
rest.! : ertl', to satisfy said dtree' l hy puymrnt Probak Junior fits all
- of the aiiioutits therein specified
is so incensed as graft and SENATOR FLETCHER SPEAKS OUT I ; Gillette A Probak razors i
Editorial Comment: Faith in the ICefnK part of Governmentlots I

Vice when apprehended.The ON "CHILD LABOR AMENDMENT future is a wonderful thing both :. I 5 and .6 of StctionKiKhteen . .- -
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1: ( IS) Township. <>3
for the city and the individual.The South of Range 3H lUst, and
being on Plantation Kry. and is r. 1111111111

world is jammed with moralists (Tampa Times) more follows parlirularl ilesi'nhed' as I t...........08.......................S5SSSS.5.SSI ........ .........
: ISeliid the S.1)
first team of the High portion .
ready to regulate somebody else. lIon. Duncan U. Fletcher senior Senator of lot 1 according to the!
School won the game of basket map of the estate of J. It 1'in I
flout Florida, diesn't mince his words, equivocate, ball in competition with the second der.. deceased said map being

One trouble about hearing both sides or fail to make his meaning plain, in a letter recently team last night. It was a live re,
of a proposition is the difficulty of believing read into the Congressional Record, in reply ly contest and the second gave herein U.-..orilt ooiuejxl The portion commences of ground at I I NEW WALL BOAR

their opponents lively fight. The .
either side. to a communication from a woman voter. a | oint where the \\"Iy\ boundary -
score; was 25 to 16. of said J.ot 1 Intersectswith
The proposed amendment is the one misleadingly the Atlantic Ocean; thencealoiiK
Hail boundary line in a"Iy
A called the "ihild labor amendment," still Mr. Willard N \\ direction! 356! feet to
neurologist declares excessive piano and Mrs. Wells ot
the rikht-of-uay of the li : LARGE STOCK JUST RECEIVED
practice may cause nervous disorders. Especially :=;- not at all understood by the public and still being 900 Francis street announce the c'. llComi>an)'; thence in a X.
1-:1) direction along;; the said
birth of in their home
a son yes
among those who have to Ibten. dragged before one State Legislature after right-of-way Zee feet: thence at
terday morning.Mr. ,right angles in a S Ely I direction
another, in efforts to obtain its ratification. 35C: feet to the Atlantic "
tk.ean.; thence at right angles !4. thick Weatherwood Densboard, so thick that it can be nailed U

In spite of a court decision that a train Senator Fletcher's correspondent threatened and Mrs. Arthur Schrader alone;; the shore line in a'ly studs without having to sheath back of it. Pretty brown color. Comes i in
direction :toe! feet to the
has the ,right of way, over its own tracks, him with "political annihilation" in the event he announce the birth of a daughteron point of lieKinmni The lastinenMoneil sheets 4' wide.
March :31 in their home at 107* boundary being a
good many,4titomobilc-\lrivecsi: \ ire un1cominced. .continued his opposition to the amendment. Defy- beach meanderAlto. .
II' White .
I..J'i '1':.. .< '' .; 4i ',' tin: impending: : doom the senior Senator explicitly street lot '14;according The R \VMy to said portion map of Price 12' Lengths r . -U. : : : $50.00

abetted his continued adherence to the course he .................*...... ,of J. B..- lender's estate, re- Per M ....,........_..-1"J. .. ye..e.". ....r._...
rorded in
rial hook 1, page 81,

The merchant} who 4loe.1 }' ,not>t advertise/ ha}. followed with. regard to the proposed and oft. Tod y's )iiixl"e e.\inning l Count;;. Florida at the Kerords IHHIK, Price 9' qnd\ '10", Lengths.! .! ,t: ." f'

pays for the ad\eitiseny.'ntp. ,.of the merchant rejected amendment. * Anniversaries where raid the ly>t U 11'esterii intersects boundaryof With Per M .._,..t_..._w.._..... ;................ 55..00

who docs, and helps to increase the Quoting the amendment. Senator Fletcher the P. I':. C. U>. right-of-way': Price 4' Lengths
........................ along said Uoumliry in i 45.00
business of his competitor. cited the unavailing efforts to amend the amendment a the V waters VVIy direction of the Hay 1174; feet thenceat to I Per M . .............._...__ ....._..._......

so as to give it a greater degree of reasonableness 742 Charlemagne, medieval ritht-aiiKles' along the '
emperor, born. Died Jan. 28, 814. waters of the tray: In a N. K'lydirection I 4 /. thick Structo Board, absolutely smooth, like glass even heavier
"Roosevelt Party Ashore For Swim." ;-efforts which he said were bitterly :2H! |) feet; thence in an ,
h st..rlf direction 1174 feet than the above, rigid and strong, 4' wide.
Headline. Well Roosevelt has been fought and defeated by the measure's proponents. ISO1*-)Hans Christian Anderson, more or less; to the .... K. ('.
lay. right-of-wav; thence in a
pulling rabbits out of hats, so he will be Among other things Senator Fletcher wrote: Dam h writer of fairy and folk S. VVIy direction along said .... Price 12' LengthsPer

able very likely to do the stunt of taking a "The average boy or girl who does not learnto tales, born. Died Aug. 4, 1875. the IC.: point. riKhl-of-way of beginning 2SU: feet Said to M .........._._._._._...__._._. 65.00
lot of land being about.
t:wim on shore. work before attaining the age of eighteen in 1814-Erastus B. Bigelow I acres more or lean. The first fc'4 Price 9' and 10 Lengths
parcel of land herein described
more likely to become a criminal or a public Mass.. inventor-manufacturer of tontaming I1?. acres more or Per M ......._.._.............._..._....___.. 70.00

FERA clients! may be a little petulant charge than a thrifty law-abiding citizen. { have power-looms for coach lace and lefts Also: On Ihe Island' knownas I 1 : Price 4' LengthsPer

but so far none has indulged in that old l jet to find a father or a mother who, with a full carpets born at West! Boylston Plantation Key and known 55.00
Mass. Died Dec. C. 1879. on Ceo L. Macdonalds amendedplat I HI _____.____._...._.__
wiM*.ciaik about asking for bread and recruing conception of all the possibilities under this proposed of (Internment lots 3. Sand
C of Section 18, Township
a Stone.-Palatka Daily News. amendment favors its ratification." t>3 South, Range 38 East: recorded I/a" thick Weatherwood Ivory Tile sheets, is beveled on edges and ton-
1834-Frederic A. Bartholdi, In Mat Hook 1, page 101, I
There is nothing in a name insofar as Key Expressing regret that in some sections of the French sculptor of the Statue of Monroe Count, Florida Public ." : gue and grooves together. No stripping necessary. If careful not even

\.1'5'' is concerned. country the labor of juveniles under eighteen is Liberty a devotee of liberty bornin Records! half as of follows Lot 3; The having Easterly a I necessary to paint it. Makes a beautiful wall finish. Sizes of sheets :

Alsace. Died Oct. 4, 1904. frontage of 272 feet C inches,
exploited with resultant ill effects upon societyas along: the }o'. 1::. C. Ry. riftht-of- i 24"x48"; 24"x32"; 18"x48"; 18"x32"Pric.s -
: way and a frontage of 300 feet
"Babe" Ruth over in Bradenton, a whole, Senator Fletcher urges that the John more or ,less, along the Atlantic Per M
1835-(100( years ago) I Ocean. Containing 2s.
where the Bo->ton Braves are training, was remedy for such conditions lies in the States themselves Green noted St. Louis physician. more or less. The division of $60.00
Ft. _._._..._______..__.
cited to appear) in court for speeding after and not the Congress; and he concludes his Washington Univ. professor of said lot being shown on said

bfl nsr been clocked at 70 miles an hour. letter, very significantly, thus: ophthalmology born at Worcester, plat.Also Plantation* On the Key Island and known knownas You should visit our store and ask to see these wall boards. They are

The: Bambino became abusive and told the "I always give careful consideration to Mass. Died Dec. 7, 1913. on plat<>eo.of Government L. Macdonald Lots amended 3, S revolutionary, and will provide a type of finish that is needed here, at very

cop "this will cost ;you plenty." Does the public questions and express my views and 1840-Emile Zola French novelist and<3 South 6 of Section Range 38 18, fast Township re- economical cost.

sultan of swat think he is above the law vote according to the dictates of my oonrcience. born. Died Sept. 29, 1902. curded in Plat Book 1. page 1&1. f
Monroe County. Florida Public
and does he think that a man of such with full knowledge of the fact Records as follows: The east- I
1854-Frank famed oily half of Lot 13. having a
Billings, .
picayunish mental calibre Ls fit to run a that some of my constituents may feel frontage' of 2SO; feet along the .
Chicago surgeon medical leader "'. 11: C. Ry. right-of-way and a
baseball club which i is his ambition. Years disputed: to hold me accountable for not founder of medical centers and Kay frontage of: Florida of 15i and feet containing along the South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

."o Ruth marie the statement after au agreeing with their views." teacher, born in Iowa Co., Wis. k*. acres more or less. The

incident t which the writer has forgotten, From which it may be judged that the so- Died Sept. 20, 1932. on division said plat.Together of said lot being shown : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streeb

"We will see if Lamlis or Ruth is the biggest called "child-labor" amendment i is not at all likelyto miner rights thereunto with belonging all riparian .
1862-William B. Wilson or
In : "Your home is worthy of the best"A
anywise appertaiatng.VV
man in baseball. Well, Landis i* receive Senator Fletcher's vote, no matter how union official. Pennsylvania U MALOXE,

still the top, while the "Babe" is sliding many times it be dragged before successive congressman Secretary of Labor Special Master In Chancery .
may under Wilson born in Scotland. "RAYMOND R. LORI>>>, ........................................A**........................!
down! the cellar door, I i Congresses and Legislatures Solicitor for Complainant.marlsU
Died May 25, 1934. ; aprJl "I11.lIII.lII-
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arl'iUrfS' : jami Ill, While her father lived It bad never SPORTS REFUSED WORK BY FERA filled pits. Qne house is pointed
e. tkt loaf 0, tkt filiMjo malt
".. In A'.t. Coieortf. Boa. has ao occurred to ber to worry over ber Editor, The Citizen: out which is said to have been
mpUrf a romlimt votittott i. New nephew's future, but when the Governor I built in the Bahama Islands and
Concord (Octet* from fctrfk ba to* As a World Wfer veteran I
Uvfl lit lk. old StfiHMm died Just as James was budding -
Ik. t/ttf* .icrlootfiiff I mantoo *.. l/i Into manhood and made her have a few things that I would NINE ENTRIES HAVE BEEN brought here on a ship. Suggestion -
a'o err rater an 4 AM Mi(.r. *a* teen I to FERA: Paint some of
his sole guardian Miss Sarah was like to bring to the attention of
a rufciecl or < (erel to oil it* I
(OI..N'''fll"*. Nor Aotovwer.k stunned by the pressure of her re- the SECURED FOR EVENT; CLEM those old houses
citizens of West. I
- -- - - - - Key have'
*/>. hunt seat to cJkool *K Ik* - I
Eat and it precitrly a nobody, sponsibility.She been from the for t PRICE ATTENDS TO MANY I . *
city quite!

Chapter tight knew nothing realized of only a certain too well dark tbat aide she JOHN M'COY TO II GARAGE WORKERS 1 IWILUAM CATES a while, but you all know that a1:tt t ARRANGEMENTSLast I II I It was an idea of Henry M

I I Flagler that wherever his rail.
of young men or of tbelr temptations. man has fc leave his home town ;:.

SCHOOLDAYST J Un the otber band James might i MEET M. PEREZ !1 WILL MEET ARMY HITSHOMERUNKEY some times to make a living when. --:; I road reached he must provide a

:MUST oe conreisea that Jamesat | hotel and in
| need the money very urgently. In such is not available at the timein I I details the yacht race sumptuous Key
the novels she had read tbe II ; is the Casa' Marina with
this period was neither a beau young ocean
IN BOUT FRIDAYi I from Havana to Key West to be
the city in wnich he was I i
heroes often got Into desperate 1 frontage on a fine beach and in a
tlful nor a prepossessing young man. straits for want of a little ready cash I i SECOND GAME TWIN BILL BETWEEN ; WEST BROOKLYN YAN-I raised. run. all things permitting Saturday magnificent tropical setting' that;

The year before he suddenly bad began during the process known-as "sowing I LIGHTHOUSE AND NIGAN MAKES CIRCUIT I On my return here I applied to April C, are being arrangedand marks the most southern of the

to grow and after be got a good wild oats. : AND SEVERAL,I I the FEKA for work, and they refused nine entries have been secured -i' Flagler hotel enterprises-the one

tart It seemed as It he were deter- How James In forty-eight hours t I i ADMINISTRATION UNIT CLOUT IN NINTH INNING I to furnish me with any employment . which he did not live io see com

iiilned never to stop. and under the watchful eyes ot his I| PRELIMINARIES ARRANGED I I or to help me in an> ,, pleted. This hotel had been closed -'

He grew, alas! only I In one direction preceptors could have already begun I t! IN PROGRAM TO BE PUT ON I I other manner. I have five small I I Names of these entrants were for two seasons but was reopened

and was so exceedingly thin for to plant his oat crop his aunt could I (By JOVE) (By Mail to The Citizen; ; ) children, seven in the family, and brought to Key West by Clem C. for this season and did a

not figure out. Miss Sarah's thoughts AT SCHOOL GYMNASIUM This afternoon at the Army PALATKA William you know what it means when the]i| }Price, of the FKRA, who was assigned quite satisfactory business. It
hiS height-be finally reacbed su were as delicate as wild cherry blos I April 1.- I!
babies cry for bread. I am not ] the to St. Petersburg 1'is being operated entirely on
j|I trip
feet one and a quarter: -tbat when soms. When something was forcedon Barracks there will be two gameI I I Cates, a rookie from Key West, for them
asking to give me any- American plan with rates considerably -
ho sat down be bad the effect of doubling considernice"ber notice tbat she preferred she did not to shut con I The boxing; fans of Key)West 'I played in the Social Diamondball I pinch-hitting for the regular third thing as I am willing to work foi J I to arrange to other for matters the races in and attend -!!.i J lower than offered by Miami -

up like a Jack-knlle I j I will again have the opportunity of League. baseman, knocked a home run in it, but they refused to do this. I, connection 1; hotels in its class.
her eyes and pretend It was notthere. with the event and returned'I
Ills carroty red hair was anotherCrOSs. seeing a good, clean fight Friday i In the first contest the Garage a game between the Brooklyn They want to send me away to I I', . .
yesterday i iMr. I II !
ifiacn morning he soaked It In But In a matter where her duty lay night, April 5, at the High School ten will cross, bats with the Army.) Dodgers and the home team.,, It some other place, away from my I'I Price was a guest at the If you Lave wonder

Hater parted it In the middle plastered plain before her Miss Sarah could be gymnasium.For These two clubs are tie for the I was a screeching; drive over the I home town, where I was born. I )acht club banquet in St. Peters- where your canned turtle soup

each half Ormly into place and counted CL to keep her eyes fully the two-minute eightroundmain left center field, and one of the Why don't they send some one,. ;i!f cam from the answer probably -

put his cap on to set tbe mold. Hut a open no matter what the cost to her go we have none other first place of the loop and the win- I cleanest circuit clouts ever seen that was not born here back I burg, met the members and at that i I( it -Key Weal for the
time made the for
certain cowlick on his crown refused sensibilities. Therefore after pray than John McCoy, better known ner this afternoon will take the on the local diamond. where they came from? That arrangements ; big turtle cannery it one in-

absolutely to stay where It was put ing for help until her knees ached. as John Borden against :Mario:\ lead. j Brooklyn won by the score of would leave a job for a man that the entries. ;I i I dustry that still thrive her

more than twenty minutes at a Miss Sarah rose to what she felt wasa I Perez who did his;. early fighting I The nightcap will bring togetherthe !j12t03. was born here, and for one who There are four Class "A" andfive '. and many visitors f o down to
stretch. -crisis" and prepared to do battleas Lighthouse and the Ad- Class "B" yachts on the present
as Kid Firpo. crew went to war and served his coun- tbe docks to see the "turtle
James eyes were not bad. Wben best she waf able. . ministration figure hounds. i AriFool's I entry list and. others are expected "
r McCoy weighs 144 pounds and 1 This is no joke as try, and one who also has a large crawls, large tanks in which
he grew.older the girls used to claim The and Beacon will : to enter before the date '
< i . is in the best of condition. lie has Light boys |young Cates achievement has family to look after. I 1 the captared turtles are seen
they were "speaking eyes" but ill : wrote James a long and (for : set for the contest
be the Adding and
Sill never fought here but he is anxious -! pitted against ; leen"eriCied, and the local fans But instead of this they are I twiram, around and occasionally -
>present> ba avoided girls, consider- ) Una. letter, ti jwhich she Those in Class "A" are: Va-
4 to show that he has learned Subtracting! boys. J will be jubilant when this is read. trying to send a man out of Isis coming up for air..
big them pests. warned him against temptation and a\arie, schooner V. S. Makaroff
j Other scheduled for the ,
a lot about boxing since he left i games -Sports Editor. home town, and give the work to Th. smallest weigh, around 50
Ills best feature In after lire, a wondered,, .bow he possibly could 1 master; 'Irondequoit, yawl, Commodore .
< ; week in the Social League are as
; outsiders. They know that I am pounds, the larger ones to 9
Key West. From what I have seen .p
deeply musical and resonant speak- have spent such a sum In two days.But Leon D. Lewis master
finished --'I1'e'letter with )f him. it looks like Perez is in : follows: 'I entitled to the soldiers and sailor ; several hundred pounds.
lug voice bad as yet only I foresfiad' Shellback, schooner Robert New- -
'! Florida East Coast versus!' Recreation -a> n
relief. I think that is an act ot
out yielding she lidded two postscripts for trouble. McCoy is light on his
owed a later appearance. While it man, master Aziara schooner,
Department, Wednesday j Congress but they not. If | Of this is too far away
'was already Inclined toward tbe bass : feet and very heavy on that rightof ,. say Hugh Mathewson.iniaster..
and had many notes extremely pleasant "P. S. Io not think my dear his. afternoon. BOYS they look it up I believe they will for a week-end fishing:trip out of
Class "B" yachts are: Game-
nephew that 1 bave not faith and Lighthouse: Department versus find out what I is true.
.to the ear. it unfortunately was Perez weighs 145. He has done I say cock
cutter, Wm. B. Allen master
punctuated thickly with little soprano confidence In your fortitude. But most, of his fighting: in Tampa.As Army, Thursday afternoon.The They sent some person up to Duchess i

squeaks which not only forewarned is forearmed, as you local fans may know not everyone above two games will start my house in an effort to have me ; cutter B. C. Davis,1. there are no less than 650 known

spoiled the ensemble but embar- know. I enclose a postal order for can fight in Tampa. You at 5:30 o'clock. DIAMONDBALL GAME LAST leave, but I have made up my master; Eloise, yawl, J. G. Archi-!varieties: of fish in adjacent wat -

lUalr twenty dollars. You must make It do i On Saturday afternoon, the mind that I will bald, master; Pieces of Eight ( and that the fishing here end
rassed owner to the verge ot have to be good. Perez is a fast- EVENING RESULTED IN not leave my rs
till the end of the term. Aunt Sarah. first of a doubleheader will I yawl I. Francis Bjdwell, master; the fin-
tears. stepping kid, and from what I game home town regardless of what I on other of the "keys" is
"P. P. S. Of if anything Alibi, ketch, L. D. Tuntington,
course the Administrationboys SCORE OF 8.2I
bring together
James was sent of course, to tbe should hear, he can take it and dish it I may happen in this connection. I II est: to be found anywhere. We'llhive
would tbe
that make
occur mas-ter.
famous old academy in Massachusetts out. There's something in that : and the Garage Department. I have an honorable discharge to take that up with Ft.
possession of more money Imperative Norberg Thompson member of
where tits father and grand confidence of his that spell 'This game will start at 2 o'clock. from the service, and I think thatI Pierce chamber of commerce as
you must let me know. I trust may I
the committee plans to leave to-
father had been such i In the last game, the Florida East j to be conflict.
shining lights however no such contingency will ill tidings for McCoy. (By JOVE) ought to have a little preference there appears some

James however, lacked: altogether arise. Auntlg! In the two-minute six-round I' Coast will again cross bats with I The Lopez Funeral Home diamond over some of the others that morrow for Havana, and will com .

the grand air |n>ssesaed so abundantly The letter embarrassed James ter semi-final you'll see two of the the Recreation Department. This ball ten defeated the Ath- were not born here. plete ararngenients for other en-i So we have been privileged to

by the senior tlmsons.lie ribly. When be answered It be referred neatest little fighters in Key West j Fame will start immediately after letics last night by a score of 8 to B. LARSEN. tries! It i is possible that Mr. Price I I see some of the interesting things

was much given to dreamingand only vaguely to Aunt Sarab's The popular Pijuan, 118 pounds the first game. I 2. The Athletics held them for the Key West Fla., will accompany Mr. Thompson. fa Key West, under' the expert
for winners
the .
was neither alert nor self-conn warning. The letter made him feel will settle his dispute with Kid first three innings, but they blew April 1, 1935, Trophies are guidance of "Bill" Bates. Rotary
dcut and< appeared Just what be wan more alone tban be had ever believed ..... .... fire silver cups which have been' cub: ; Now we'll have to
Pelican. 117 as to who i is! the better up in the third, and the Funeral 1119 Florida St. I secretary
somewhat helpless and Inefficient /possible.A ;ijIii\ ii. I purchased and are expected to be b-> shoving the Tamiami
man in the ring. I can't say !i ( boys scored six runs and added along
Possessing this time on display this afternoon or to-j t
at what looked longing for his grandmothermore anything concerning these two I two more in the eighth inning for AGAINST RADIO NUISANCE Trail to the west coast where, it
to be the longest neck In the world overwhelming than he bad yet t morrow. I
fighters that not already tI good measure. The Athletics is rumored. they also have con-
outside a zoo be was violently ad I experienced swept over James and you may I 1 The five trophies will be dis-
know. A fight from bell to bell. I COLUMN scored one in the sixth and one Editor The Citizen: derable climate.
dieted to collars so high they looked twisted and tore his heart. His grand f I tributed as follows: Cup to the
The main preliminary will bring in the seventh, both on errors. Sometime ago a movement was
more like cuffs. I mother would would bave understood. Ills together Tampa Joe, 118, and I.1.! .e-7.......... I I The leading batters were No- started by the" make first yacht to .reach Key West. Subscribe to The Citizen.
grandmother not have prated
James clothes bad been made: by One each to the first and second
Mr Davis the best tailor in New 'about temptations. It came to him Sonny Boy, 117. Tampa Joe I WANTED. I dine with two singles in three timesat this a quiet and peaceful town, vessls in Class "A" and one eachto ,

Concord. ot ails' nttellt"'weaves' and as If for-the first tlma that when h* fought hereabout three years I - --- -. I bat, and Ward Kerr and especially at night. Barking dog the first and second in Class

cloths. That they were well and carefully went home his grandmother would ago, winning by a knockout. lIe i ii WANTED chance to bid on Ubieta with two safeties in four were removed from the streets "B." OVER-SEA HOTEL 1

mail cannot be denied but not not be there. lie would never see her i is greased lightning in the ring. : your next printing order. The times up. motorists! were requested to re- The under t
ther Is (there doubt that they like again.It I Sonny Boy has not been defeated Artman Press. aug7 j In the field Ubieta, McCarthy frain from the incessant tootingof race are 917 FLEMING STREET
the auspices of the Florida emer-
their owner\ lacked that Indefinable was years before James could once. What a fight this is goingto WANTED-Man to skin fish for; and Sweeting played well for theI horns and from speeding their -Room*-

flair and style which distinguished bear to look back and relive his first be! I taxidermist. Apply 624 Front I Embalmers. and Castillo, Martinez motors. This was ail well and gency relief administration. With Running Water $1.00

both the clothes and tbe manners ot weeks at school.James' There will be other preliminaries street Key West. aprl-2tx j and Castellano for the Athletics. good, but one thing (which I Person; With Bath, $1.50a

the glided youths with wbom James room was on the third floor. put on during the fight pro i i Score by innings: R. H. E. think is very significant in this MONROE THEATERJoe P.rsonWEEKLY
front ot the Bliss residence and directly BICYCLES
now found himself urrounded. gram. Lopez _h. 006 000 020-8 9 3 case) was omitted Morrison-Helen Twelve- I RATES
below him was a suite occupied -
Miss Sarah went East with ber Athletics 000 010 100-2 7 4 There are people in Key West trees! in Newly Renovated
by two upper classmen who had WE RENT by the Hour Day or I
nephew and. the dormitories being achieved respectively positions no Florida Legislature) Week. Repair all makes and Batteries: A. Lunn and In graham who persist in making a publicnuisance ONE HOUR LATE New EquipmentNew

full, found him a room recommended! Ward and Gabriel. -alsoCHARLIE -
; out of their radios
less exalted than tbe captaincy of paint them with Nu-Enamel. We I by ManagementNO
by a helpful member of the faculty Convenes Today I Summary: Errors Gabriel 2 CHAN IN PARIS
the football team and the editorshipof a full supply of parts. : playing them with volume full on, CLEANER HOTEL
lit a charming: old Colonial house the school paper. Agent carry for the Rollfast Bicycles I Molina Rueda. Ingraham. Arias, all hours of the night and morning Matinee Balcony, lOc. Orc.tra. ....- ANYWHEREI

whose owner :Mrs. Bliss was In "rodUI't.'tJ Continued From Page One) Lunn two base hits: Kerr 2. McCarthy lS-20es Night 15-25e
The captain of the football team ( and sell them as low as $1.00 ; with no consideration whatsoever

circumstances' and forced to made It a matter ot policy to be on a ed by the general and ,special apropriations per week. J. L. Stowers Music Lunn; stolen bases: Jones, for their neighbors.A --.- - .. ,
rent to
rooms gentlemen.
young friendly footing with even tbe lowliest !!. Company. marl8-lmo Ubieta. McCarthy; struck out: by punishment should be imposed -

Mesa :Sa: ran.after arranging for the and most insignificant. Tbe editor "It can never be done by hunting Lunn 0, by Ward 1; walks: Lunn on those who are respon. CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJust

payment of James room and his of the paper being a student of first and 1. Ward 4 time of : 1:45
revenue appropriating PlANO TUNING ; game ; sible for this unnecessary dis- S S
board with a friend ot Mrs. Iliiss human nature, saw in James something
late in the session and! umpires Gonzalez and
I money I : Capote turbance, and I think there are
gave tier nephew twenty nve ot the the Judge had visualized
then, after session! is over find it PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo- Lopez. many more Key West people and
In rash for Incidental expenses: during shut out in tbe cold and try. II
has not provided enough money to reno. Excellent piano for sale I visitors alike who will with Three
the remaining three months 01 ing his best not to whine. I agree
the Division 1..0..... ........ :
school. kissed him goodbye without : Consequently their mightinesses meet appropriated expensesof cheap. 1018 street. I me on this matter.

breaking down and departed bravely were on the whole inclined to be government. In other words, I mar201moPERSONALS Today's Birthdays: Respectfully

to visit her Eastern relatives I friendly, even though they Jibed at now ak,; this senate to do its partin A CITIZEN
the horse in front of
without letting James guess in the James and his native state for the putting Key West, Fla.,

least what the parting <<:cost hers!:! .. I gpui of his soulunfortunately the cart where it belongs insteadof Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler I March 31st, 1935. Months Left

Jr \\1i, James rememberedthe' behind the cart." STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS, president of Columbia University, : I

THJ JIMES: !!;:: who had ae\weeded > Judge's advice to go slow In Hodges, becoming president! in INDIGESTION victims, why eminent citizen.* born at Elizabeth, I ........................

snore than a dollar or Iwo! vat a,making friends and Ignored the succession to Truman G. Futch of suffer? For quick relief get a N. J., 73 years ago. In .

time, twenty-five dolta'rl $eme") an. -friendliness. Later, when he had: 'dls- Leesburg who served in 1933 is free cample of Udga, a doctor's i Today History S' in which to take''advantage' }*, .

ample amount and newonefta Covered: the eminence of the two who beginning his fourth term of four prescription, at Gardner's Phar Rev James: '}Ieyers of 1 New i ........................ .

vaguely when his aunt j a va It to ftira dwelt Just below him ha was too member of the senate of'' our liberal offer on'lIFfOP"
years as a macy.mar3181920252627aprl23 York industrial secretary of the' 1513-Florida discovered
what bo would do :.will) all that' proud to make any but the most ten- by
lie was nominated for presidentat : ; Federal Council of born
Churches Ponce de Leon.
money. I lie was to learn serf shortly tative auvances. which were In turn I
the hold-over caucus two years 8-9x at Owasco N. Y. 53
years ago. .
That very evening when ne was ignored. James Immediately retreated I
ago, and was formally elscted to-
unpacking his trunk a delegation Into the fastnesses of his own
day without! opposition. FOR RENT Dr. Deanof 1801-Battle between Danish i
called on him for a subscription for soul and surrounded himself with Henry Lester Smith

the school football team. James was prickers.It Senator A. W. McWilliama cf Education at Indiana Univer- and English war fleets.1817Kosciuno .

about to otter them a dollar when tool but a week or two at school St. Augustine made the nomination ; SIX ROOM furnished, lower sity, president of the National Ed-

the supercilious upper classman to make him doubt his own im and it was seconded by R. S. apartment. North Beach, near ucational Association, born at

taking portance. It took less tban a monthto Adams of Jasper and James F. City Park and Swiming Pool. the Polish:
who was spokesman shrewdly 59 Refrigerators
Bloomington Ind.
I years
James measure, made It plain at make him wonder whether there Sikes of St. Petersburg. Apply Johnson and Johnson, patriot who fought under Washington ,

was something Inherently wrong the presidency, 519 Duval Street. aprl freed his serfs just beforehis iJf.
once that anyone giving less than ten Accepting Dr. Frank II. Vizetelly of New "
dollars would be branded for the with him that made strangers shun I Hodges mentioned no specific I death.
and avoid him. James SALE York City, noted lexicographer, Over hundred of
was naturally FOR one
in his ad- 1
rest of his life as a piker. i matters of legislation i
the most sociable of souls and he i born in England 71 years ago. S
James fairly trembling with relief dress. "That," he said, "is a prerogative i have already
1865-Grant occupies Rich- customers
: missed companionship fearfully. IT-Cabin our jfi
at the narrowness or his escape. which belongs to the chief BEST OFFER TAKES
banded over ten dollars. I lie took refuge In books or long i Cruiser "Dot. 31'x9'. Ideal I Walter P. Chrysler of New York, mond and Petersburgh-Civil taken 'h .
I executive of this state. advantageof
solitary ..walks varied occasionallyby Good condition auto manufacturer, born at Wamego War. tl
The news spread. The next morning Revision of senate rules to re- : for party fishing.

he gave ten more to the baseball like the As for or the another temptationsfrom pariah quire unanimous consent to con-: throughout. Joseph Wiser, Kans.. 60 years ago. S this attractive offer. ., I

team. The following afternoon be I 308 Peacon Lane. apr2-3tx ,
which: his aunt bad urged bin sider a measure out of its regular 1902-The Electric Theater, -

promised a third ten to the track to flee they seemed to be confined, ; order on the calendar of business, 1 1I Rev. Charles W. Kerr of Tulsa, Los Angeles, first theater to show 00 9.1j
team and wrote hurriedly to his aunt FOR SALE-Show Cases and Okla., noted Presbyterian clergyman : $
as far as James could discover to t I was proposed by Hodges. This moving pictures only, opened I <
for Duty dollars. Shop Equipment. Also two born at Slippery Rock, Pa.,
her Imagination. went to the rules committee for: 1
The request staggered Miss I Porch Chairs. Knitting Shop, 60 years ago.Clifford AYy; y'
i iI
(Copjrlyht.1s. Mated a. Famkam) consideration.
Sarah and she did not sleep a wink mar25-3tx
424 Duval street. 1932-Dr. John F. Condon I
| ;Hodges also recommended employment -
that night debating with. Herself But tomorrow, James hat another ]I of lawyers by the judiciary -,. K. Berryman of Wash- handed over $50,000, Lindbergh W If i iTU.ES .
whether to send the
money.Today's significant triumph. committees which exam- PRINTING-Quality Printing. at ington, D. C., cartoonist, born at ransom money in Bronx cemetery.PALACE "
,. I the Lowest Prices. The Art.: Versailles 6& HOlDS All THIS FOODI
- - - ine into the constitutionality of Ky., years ago. and
down $1.00 .
2 of s. milk 2 V:pa. rrttm
........................ ODD STAMP FOUND I proposed laws. This he said, man Press. aug7. 1 aOL etts lib.>> battcc
Hulbert Footner of Md. detec- *.**.e 2 UM trait
"would eliminate much of thei month untilJuly f.u.
I per i boul csts.
I SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50e.
Horoscope tive-story writer born at Hamil- S 1 bottle chsrties.2 Ib .
By AMorUtrd cress) very just criticism aimed at the Conrad Veidt-Benjta Hume in *
., .
I bscoa lbs.
The Artman Press. aug7, ] first rout I
GOLDSBORO N. C.-In the legislature in recent for ton, Cana., 56 years ago. Lusts I big CBCeabcr
e...............: Cs 0.S.. years POWER; 2 11I.--. 1 black "

Here have domestic nature debris of an old house he tore down I passing laws which were promptly -. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500' Comedy and Short Reel celery 2 arcpe I..., 2
we a Sergei Rachmaninoff, pianist Icrnoat e S doses
and declared unconstitutional orsifci
near here, M. F. Suggs found a properly sheets $1.25. The Artman See us regarding this 1 |if sJ4, lrcsuic Ibw
sociable and one who feels :; by the courts. and composer, born in Russia 62 Matin: 10-ISc; Night: 10-20c lira .2 let-o.rr : >.

proud of his position in the household -' stamp dated May 20, 1775 with I The expense of such counsel Press, Citizen Building. jun27tf.years ago.i I S trial plan Won 2...ic"fr 1.jt-t.-i_caret. c (r>r bord. iso

It carries! with it much dig- :: this inscription: "Bedding; stamp, i I Hodges said "would not materially 7ES-roRE: BENJAMIN LOPEZ iccubc'-11ba. of ice

nit) which aids in social and business I: tate of North Carolina 2 cents." i iI s add to the expense of the leg- OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two i SHOCK SIGHT
:it I islative session because the legislature bundles for 5e. The Citizen Office -'I
life. There is sometimes alack t I Wales After being Eata61i4.d! 4* y. ...
under temporary embar- can eliminate just that oct!a CARDIFF -- The Key West Electric Co.
of success which is hard to even many female attaches who wouldbe ___. I[blind for 12 years, James Ctrl'ren's Ky ..*.'. OU.lS

explain otherwise than to attri- I rassment. unqualified to do this class of PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed sight was restored by the I .tf..r obaMJa.ce Santa

bute it to hard luck. Ill fortune work and who would bej valuable cards. $1.25. The Artnaa I,I shock..f a fall} down the stairway J I ......... ....!...

does nq ; entirely quench thq. Ipi .i 1._ Subscribe to The Citizen. only asa scenery" Press .._ ansi, at his home in ,...: 1W Night ....w 'iI'.iII I II"IIIIII




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F :a FOUR ;: THE :WEST CITIZEN iiii: ::

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Enjoyable Birthday Party Given KEY WEST HOSPITALITY LEAGUE "' e I the manufacturer stops making.
the manufacturer
SOCIETY : Honoring Nancy Newton NormanMr. ,9 u making many people stop work-stops
:-: :x: -- CONDUCTS MEETING ;) .
I sov ing.When
................................................. J \ and Mrs. Will Norman delightfully Those present were: f many people stop working -
entertained Elmer ink i they stop earning-and when
yesterday Aguerro, Betty Ruth tl
Commodore And Margaret Zinaida afternoon at their home, 708 Chastain, Patsy Lou Goehring There was an interesting meet-] Housing: ; they stop earning nearly all
I Eaton street with a party in John Owen Monsalvatge, Rose. ing of the Key West Hospitality chairman; M 't x WAITE business stops.

Von !Mietk-Liuba Give Reception honor of the fifth birthday anniversary mary Symonette, Kitty Symo- League held last night, with William Vesey na+.r 0daI ; I :\It'rchant.should advertise and
-- of their little daughter I nette, Edward Albertus, Con- H. Malone president presid- Mrs. Ella j people should buy.
ing. On roll call by the i> When they buy, the manufac
Nancy Newton Norman. stance Goehring. Juanita Shep- story but true
_Last night. Commodore and sided over the punch bowl, Mrs. :
Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-!Arthur M. Brown and Miss The color scheme on the occasion -I pard, Billy Pease Albury, Russell tary it was shown that sixteen Pierce : i j i turers can sell.
Liuba held an informal receptionand 'Marietta D. Silviera. was 'prchid) and yellow:; Pease Albury, George Jensen members were present. Minutesof Moffat Mrs !I of a city is..; When the manufacturers can
with various games dear 'to:"the I Lou Albury, Myrna Lois Goeh- the meeting March 18 were R. F. : prosperity of its> sell many people) can earn.
at their Those
house-warming party present were: GeorgeF.
hearts of the youngsters played: ring, Jimmy Miner, Joanne Miner read and approved. Publicity: ':1 > I II When people can ('arn. they will
new residence 708 Eaton street. Archer MJr.! and Mrs. Morris ? .
Although the hostess has just Berkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. A..- all during the afternoon. 'I Mary Ann' $buryf 'Nancy Netvi.' *:.The greeting committee made I man; Mrs. B 'I work as one .have money to pend.LF.T'S .
for in ton Nonn n.- r W;,. R. ;| 'I HAVE BUSINESS AS
thur Brown Miss The prize offered girls no 'regular report but called at- to build the
recovered from a severe illness M. Marie Cap- USUAL!
laughter and gaiety and the spirit pick, the Misses Marie and Grace contests conducted was won by I I Others present: Mrs.\ Everett tention to several newspaper gems! Industrial '! stop its prog-!,
'ot April Fools' Day prevailed Cottingham, Mr. and Mrs Blon- Elmer Aguerro while John Owen!I Albury, l\1'fa..Dani.el 1, Miner. ,Mrs containing favorable comment on I jthairman; =!'j : i
throughout the affair. I don B. Goehring Miss Minnie Mont\ alvatge was the winner of Ralph $u &IUlrs.Lilisin'CwpIInxMrs tlJelkindlyreception given to visl Thompson. !I stop ad-1! ,! SAVED BY HONEYMOON

Delicious punch and little i Porter Harris, Mrs. Haydn ]Illing.] theorize'for boys. : Walter H. Norman, Mr; and tors to Key West. ,* I i Bernard C. I I stop buy-j
I 1 Delicious refreshments were Mrs. Blondon Goehring Com- Dr. Cobo made No ; i| CHICAGO.-Sentence was sus-
ookies were served. The guests worth. John W. Key, Mr.\ and a partial report i
.were much interested in some of I Mrs. A. D. Luethi. 1\1\ r. and Mts.> served and all in attendance modore and Margaret Zinaidavon for the finance committee:the league '!I stop buying the!| pended on George K. Rawlins of
the stamps that were shown dur- William B. Norman, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ I spent a very enjoyable after- Mietk-Liuba Mr. and Mrs.I stating that 125: post cards had business j! this city for reckless driving because -
ing the recent stamp and coin Robert Byron Russell. Mrs. Hilda I noon. I William Norman.. been sold since the last meeting. vitation of stop buying, '1 he was on his honeymoon.
; to l :
hibition. Salts John Kay Schutt Miss I I The transportation committee' an
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The hostess was assisted Marietta D. Silviera Miss, Cecilia ...... ... "1. ... .. .... ... ....: called attention to the traffic or-!i! which ments most T
Mrs William B. Norman; who pre Weintraub. eI : dinance recently passed by the! were ] i
city council as a start toward getting I
--- joyed
:I .........................................eeee3e* ,: these matters more satisfac-I 1.
Interesting Program ArrangedFor torily adjusted.
I Joe Stickney was a passenger W. R. Porter president of the I Under the housing committeereport I l I I'i.. I.I) III 11 1 1I
'leaving by rail yesterday afternoon First National Bank who : I
Poetic Symphony was on Wm. R. Porter briefly outlined I ;
Thursday i for Miami a short business visit in Miami returned -! some of the benefits of the,\{ i: a

yesterday. { new federal loan bill making i itI .icently'! stole :(' l /
On Thursday night, promptlyat Hilda R. Sally, Miss Edna; B.j I. J. V. Martin and M. G. Russell,! j possible for home owners to se-|from the I1""II"D, i iI
8 o'clock, the First Inter Smith, W. E. Waddell, M\s.\ Eva of Key West were registered atl! Mis. Alfred A herson and' cure repairs and to build new|'!'of J. D. USE
,.national Poetic Symphony will bepresented I Warner Mrs. William! II. White.j I the Hotel Seminole in Jacksonville daughter Miss Elizabeth who_ homes on easy terms of payment.!' which has I
at 708 Eaton street | this in Miami for [: I
un- I were several days, Hospitality house committee, garage for |
der the of the West I The hostesses of the occasion ]I returned
auspices Key yesterday. made a that 1 '
report a separate
'Poetry Group. ,1,1'A I will be Margaret Zinaida Edle j I Claude we'I'I I light meter had been installed.I ', ? \ LASTS LONGER! I ,
'" very Interesting prog.ranl'will und Freie von Mietk-Liuba; Mrs. grapher I Mrs. B. C. Papy who accom- also that work had been started ) ; w
Combine the reading of pOems and William B. Norman, and Mrs. 1'. I Public Health Service and at.I: panied Representative Papy to'1'Ion beautifying the lot in the rear;; Notice I Ii ICE REFRIGERATORS
'" s.;ages from'classical l literature: A. Wilson. Cached to the Marine Hospital 1. Miami last Friday when he went of hospitality house. | I

'Music will intersperse .the. entire' The presentation is open to the returned :yesterday from Miami. to Tallahassee for the session of]I The president announced that i!l Piece Made of all metal-equipped ,
presentation.The general public and there is no the legislature which begin V| tlue.t4"fheYaet that a number of I the I with WATER '
following( people wift!'' recite ' admission charge. It is reportedthat i: Victor Johnson; and little lay, returned yesterday after-:I names
sing or play: George }.'.' only about 20 more seats are : daughter, arrived this week from noon. (I from the roll and that a number I 15 cent 1 They're 'Economical t ti
Archer, Miss Isabel Armayor, An- available, the others having been ; Miami and will spend a while with j of new names had been added, i t'I per and j1f

nibal Armayor 'Mrs.: Alfred de reserved already.At :relatives Donald Corlay architect with i would be necessary to make:, centi. 100 Per Cent Refrigeration i
Barritt Miss Marie Cappick. Miss I 7:30the doors will be open; the Florida Emergency Relief Ad-.1'!changes in the personnel of the! lag i. 5 e Satisfaction 1 '
Emily Crosland Hiss Alce Curry, at 8 the program will commence. j Captain Leslie Russell, Florida I II ministration who was absent from i'{' standing committees. They are i . t
Pablito Esqumaldo, 1\1 ts. E. R. It is especially announced by the I National Guard in command of, the city on a business trip for therefore reorganized with members -; HE lose I I Priced at
Evans, Mrs. J. C. Gekeler, Mrs.I general chairman that the doors Battery "E" C. A. C., on duty at several weeks, returned yester as follows: i ; I
Ora L. Jones, Mrs. Kitty Moore will be closed while a recitation 1 Matecumbe left yesterday for j I Finance: Sebastian Cabrera
McKeown, Mrs. Janice Maloney 1 lor song is presented. Latecomers: Islamorada after spending th. day.J. i I chairman; Dr. A. Cobo, William : \ 3O and I35
Lewis, Commodore and Margaret will have to wait for admission 1 to I week-end with his family. A. Rainey of the agricultural l!: R. Porter Dr. N. C. Pintado Mir.\ \\

;- Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba\ Julian I' the. rooms until the number in I department FERA. who was!I Curry Moreno. EASY TFIU\IS-IO DAYS
Lucignani, Mrs. Andrew Miller progress is finished. | J. A. Duane connected with spending the week-end with his'' GI'eetingsIrs.. R. F. Kirt- THEE TRIAL

Mrs. C. J, Nash, Oscar Norman I A detailed program will be published Ithe I* forces at Long Key Fishing family in Miami, returned yester-;-I. land, chairman; Mrs. Clifford ii: ? ,

Mrs. Hildcgard Ott Russell Mrs. tomorrow. I,1 Camp left yesterday afternoon day. hicks Mrs. Eola Swicegood Mrs. I i THO MPSON'S ICE CO.Phone .
--_._- --- j, after a brief visit with hi; I John Key. C l !
J: family. Mr. and M 's. Gilbert Goshornand I Transportation: Robert Spotts- = I Ii [NC.
Plcn To EntertainAll PECKED IN EYE BY HEN I son Gilbert Jr., who wer wood chairman; Karl Thompson, I = No. 8 I II
j Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Burdick guests of Mr. Goshorn's parents Dr. A: Cobo, Vesey Johnson, Joe i
States Society STRATFORD Ont.-Sam Her who visited for the past month inl Mr.\ and Mrs. B. N. Goshorn, left I I Pearlman. I ,
man, 70, a farmer near this: city, Key West as guests of Mr. and t yesterday afternoon for Miami. I I I t I I f ?";

Preparing for an evening of (le. lost the sight of one of his eyes I Mrs. II. B. Conable left yesterday I i visit with relatives left yesterday I '. !' j

lightful entertainment for the i when pecked by a hen. while bend I afternoon for their home in Mrs. Raybourn Gwynn who! afternoon for her home in Mi\ ,, Rt .-

membership, group} of the All I ing over her nest. ., Kalamazoo Mich. 1 came to Key West for a brief I ami. //, t .. '
0IbJ: =--- w.yde +w r+
States Society which is expected, __ _0.- _._ -
i'I -
tomorrow from Miami, the Ha- ,,a C .. ..? .Y, ,; Mt... . r. .i , ,, ..................... !.. ... ., . ... . .. .,..,, ....Sr.' '. .' ..
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=i :.y v. " > .
bana-Madrid Club is planning an I : : : ;
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excellent floor show and dance) : ... .
for tomorrow night. I J I T f .. ... .,.. .... a.".. .!:hY:. ..;,r..KS: : .5 . .:. ..::nv,. .,..,r;.?y.;}x ....ttviy;;:dN'Sf: . .. #.. .i.c........ _. -.m: i ,, ,H" ,..,;. . :t.

When members of the club ar-| :: "

rived several weeks ago for a II!I'.m 1 1 .

Etay of two days, this club put on! >?C<,

several extra numbers and made I( i*< I ,... ... ... .,. .. '
for entertainment 'f
provisions of '

the visitors which was apII .
preciated. ;

Other entertainment features: .;
arc being arranged by the Recreation m kTH:
Division of the .FERA I ; .
along lines similar to those af-:
forded the society when members -!
arrived on the previous'

visit .to ( n : I

Social Club Defers ; f :: :yYt ; k7yK a.i

Propoedfleeting/ ) .W.' .
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atn.ruftAI's ,
The Everready: Star Club meeting h.
: scheduled to take place tomorrow : vi |y, t.i t. ).:. .. .'I
afternoon, hag been |>ostponed t ( t (. ; I I
; until a later dale, arcb'id- ,
I'I Il6
ing to announcement today. fir ,, x >*
The exact date when this meet!'

i ing will he !hold! will be announcedin I I.s - due I time. it wa: stated. ? i -i irsS
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Mallory Chapter/ 'VJjVT

To Hold Meeting' I r* ?00rr

Members\ of Stephen R. Mallory

Chapter. United Daughters; of
Confcderacy.! have, planned a ', .:
meeting for Thursday! afternoonat
4-30 o'cl.H-k.
They will assemble at the I

home of Mrs. Ross: :: C. Sawyer. :.:: .. -J; sW -* .T : y
523 Eaton street. AH Int'mt.'rof v .' >j** 4*4stfMt *&**
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other chapters v-iting; in Key : A- .I % ;?.25'd t / LBtJ .

West are cordially invited to be : :

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of one of the Tenn.The local creeks waters areIlack < ; ; iy :-< }

I six; days: in the week and 1! ';
clear) on Sunday. Miners I use the, ''I i ; :distress 1 .
stream to wash; coal on working! f ,. . -: !" bring courage, '4w ..
da but i i! ''''''''' .n ;,' >; '' :
> rest on Sunday ,.,: .4
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Miss Marion Buck of Wilton.1'! to achievement I bring content .. <, t r0r* "
N II. retains her title as the ' .
chamJ' 'in woman woodchopper n?'' I / v
the world. After \\winning the !
11 3": title t in tar: winter carnival]! to loneliness -1 I bring companionship

she all comers i. :ue-J a challenge to out-chop <.w.

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