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 3, 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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As Sign Of Nation's Independence BE ARRAIGNED; Peace In I

BEFORE COURT act Versailles
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Catching oilkingfish from the clocks of Key West is ..
Germany's/ Air Force Now CAPT. HINCHMAN now becoming a common practice although it is shown that - 4VIllI -
this has been very rare in the past. COMMODITIESGIVEN I 1"1.
I Shown
Talk Of World ResultsIn TO RESUME HIS 1 WITH INTENT TO KILL;: During the past few wreck. Uric Sterling, local amateur VISITING ANGLER I That Only. Minor

fisherman has bean successful in Landing quite a number
I GIVEN HEARING YESTER. TO FERA I Clauses Survive Nibbling
Austria Also Becom- FORMER DUTIESRELIEVED ranging in weight from fifteen to twenty-five pounds. MUCH ELATED OVER I

More ActiveBy DAY AFTERNOONJ. Several tarpon cf considerable size have also been land. EXPERIENCES HERE. Tactics Of Powers
ed from the piers 11 addition to jewfish which are caulbtalmo.t I HERE -,

daily, especially at the Porter Dock Company docks InvolvedBy
I "That is one experience
OF HIS POSITIONIN L. Crenshaw charged with All during the winter season just closed, numerous vis-! I I I I which I would not have miss

WADE, WERNER CHARGE OF CAMP ACTIVITIES I assault with intent to kill, was tors aboard yachts brcught in excellent catches made In the VARIETY DISTRIBUTED DUI ed for $100" said Captain

VIENNA(Dy ABMorialrtl Press) I bound over for action of the criminal waters adjacent to Key West, including many prize specimens ING MARCH. ACCORDING TO I John D. Lonsdale of the ALEXANDER H. UHL
April I 3.-Officially ON KEYS LEAVES
; : court in the sum of $500 at a such as sailfish, tarpon and kiigfish besides a great Yacht All Alone while telling Iii, A.arU
Austria has no air fleet the OVER HIGHWAY I hearing before Justice of the variety of smaller specimens which abound in these waters. REPORT ISSUED BY DIRECTOR I of his being struck by a tarpon PARIS. April 3.The Treatyof

I Many of the yachtsmen calling at this port have been he hooked and caught in.
treaty of St. Germain having for. Peace Frank O. Roberts, yesterday OF DEPARTMENT i Versailles which Hitler has
I content to remain in the basin at the submarine base after iI the submarine base while

bidden this country to posses 1 I Captain W. II. D. Hinchman i I afternoon. learning about the many large and game specimens tLat inhabit I I II fishing with Euric Sterling been pounding steadily for IS

military airplanes. The prohibition i,' who was in charge 0: all camp activities -, When arraigned Crenshaw said the waters in that area, with great sport resulting t'I' A variety of commodities were j]I Monday evening at told in ,years virtually is all gone ei-
i on the keys, has been relieved I he 'was willing to plead guilty to the activities in battling with the silver king especially.Each 'I The Citizen yesterday
was just a* specificand, Justas distributed:: dur 1)g-March to relief "Not only it a thrill, ' .-pl.ifo .it. tterritorial-and colo-
his' ,, charge .of this was
I of duties and ;will resume -' a assault but not with and every visiting angler coming to Key West !i .

airtight a* the bas onGerman I. his position as ,assistant regional intent: to kill:Justice.,Roberts i decided season have expressed themselves as having been exceedingly clients,.according to a'report' just i i' .isaid. ,tke captain '*nd.' the, tl ,s.:aclauses.|
engineer in the .southeast.. I with the excellent fi.hhl, most of whom EuLIT itt ed by Mis.\ Nina Ryder: ,rea teat*"JtperieDce I1\ have.
delighted I I .
military aviation contained the! to take testimonyji. Johl 1- ever had in yenrc>* of ,.....And-.t......... -Frcechman i il
district my'
ern of the United States. I Lave promised to return again next winter. I on, director'-of the social: -
treaty of Versailles. t The captain Mrs. Hinchman and It developed that Crenshaw at-I i service department to M.\ E. Gil-"> i fisnng! -but itswas"'the first, ?!._aderiac.100"-10... ,these survivors

f daughter Virginia Lee, were en- lacked Chester E. Bailey in a restaurant -- Ifon". Key West Administrator.: I I' tarpon., I ever caught" 1 I. .

However Germany's airforce: joying a vacation in Key West and on Fleming. street, usinga I l'' belief clients have received I I < Other.anglers ara'Catching will last.

43 now the talk of the world and while here he.received word that long knife. Baiiey was cut twice LITERARY DIGEST GIVES FLORIDA (,| commodities ranging from pillow I''I'.. 'tarpon some"of">them!< large I! .Charg.sthat.G.rmaay had violated

there are reasons to believe that, he was to be relieved by F. B.Chent cars and huck towels to flesh and others not .o large Dr. I I
Austria has not been altogether, formerly safety directorof I about the face and his clothing I CONSIDERABLE FREE ADVERTISING ']I' herns, spinach. and other desirable:! Armando Cobo out last night the treaty in a dozen different -

inactive in the air. j Florida, for the FERA. I I showed where the weapon had vt' .-.taLles.I i,I with Sheriff K. O. Thompson ways had frequently been
i I
Mr. Ghent arrived yesterday by penetrated, but did no damage to I! If relief clients had purchased caught a file specimen
Just a year ago, in March,!!!I plane and spent the day conferring -I I the body of Bciley.:: I f: the cloth commodities and M'I which he will have mounted, made in France and Great Britain,

1034) I watched military biplanesin with Captain Hinchman and Greater injury vould: have been I DIFFICULTY i iII I Special to Tae llllirs ,, which they received during the and Dr. E. H. Carnes sur but it was not until Germany announced -

practice flights above the, Acting Administrator M. E. Gil- I inflicted it is said:, had the bladeof JACKSONVILLE April 3.-.i I p ft month it would have cost goon in charge at the Marine '

Thalerhof airport near Graz, not' fond preparatory' to going to his I the knife not become bent dur(1 The Literary Digest in its March' nearly $4.000.Commodities. i i Hospital. out with John Saw creation of n military

far from the Yugoslav border. duties on the keys. ing the attack. .. II DETERMINATIONOFADDRESSES i I :23rd! i issue discusses, in a two I]I from the I. yes Sunday night, caught a I II force that thus treaty was openly
j: Captain Hinchman left this After the affra./; Crenshaw fled 9 tlus cotton and ticking received 'I beauty, which he is having I
More Ready In Italy I. column article: Floiiuu'd Home,' mounted. defied, for article 198 says:
morning over the highway for Is- the scene and was pursued by Call, rom the rtate' relief office
Four of them were in actions lamorada and the camps, and from Officer Owen Sawyer, of the police stead Exe option Amendment and were distributed to 998 relief iccipients "The armed forces of Germany

the time, but residents of ThalerIhot | there will go to Washington accompanied i i department who was in an 1----1 i the efforts to revise the general.,, during March and the : 1111,1.11 must not include any military. or

said 12 of the powerful fast-' ) }by !Mrs.\ Hinchman and'I automobile. The chase led through tax structure in Florida, and commodities included 48 mat naval air force.

climbing planes were stationed! their daughter.Mrs. 'I, several streets and on to South-I predicts that the program in this tresses 700 sheets 700 pillow' GOMEZ ASSIGNED J f I Then came the bombshell of
Hinchman expressed her.1: and at Elizabeth street. POSTCARD FROM MIAMI I I State to revamp the entire tax caves and 700 huek towels. {l Hitler's announcement that
there. Other machines of the self as delighted with her stay and I Here Officer Sr.wyer left the I :'!structure will give national prom- Literally thousands of pounds of I henceforth Germany. would refuse

same type were reported to be thinks that the rehabilitation pro- .: car and continued on foot until! WHICH FAILED TO INDICATE inence to the State as a laboratory fresh vegetables were made available COMMITTEEWORK I to consider! herself bound by the

( available in Italy. cram in Key West: is marvelous r William street was: reached. Cabin for modern tax experiments. to Key West relief client, '- military clauses of the treaty.
What has been done in Austria adding great to the charm and Everett Rivas was on his I 1 1t I The article points out that: giving them a better: opportunityto I I That announcement, with" rei

since then in the way of training beauty of the city. The captain'! porch and witnessed this last part t --- i iI l underlying the public approval have a balanced and healthfuldiet STATE SENATOR MEMBER OF' toration of conscription as thi
pilots or accumulating aircraft said that as assistant regional engineer -i of the chase. lie left the porch ;of Honda's Homestead exemptionlaws the report shows, basis of the German army aided -

has not been made public. It is he will make calls at intervals and the fleeing man ran practical I 1'ostoffice: employes at tunes by a 3 to 1 vote, was the. From the Key West Community VARIOUS CROUPS IN a startling chapter to the

possible that the government, for, in Key West and to the 1 ly right into his arms. !I have difficulty in determining ad- unorganized revolt of the Garden, persons on relief, leccivod barely 15-year history of ,a treaty
property ,
fin.AEtiaLrusuns",,Jvas J .done little' camps on.thejte.3it{ .v. j I The charge being: serious, the.i I'jdrefc&es" found! on_ envelopes and,' owners against: an antiquated: 30 pounds- LUn$,>*2J Nevertheless the eventual apJK>ar-, prisoner! was taken to jail and held newspapers" also have their, tax system a sentiment which' pound of potatoes and GO pound] -r- r ] produce.
ance of an Austrian airfcrcc will, for trial before a committing magistrate -: troubles in determining from of ockra. i!
crystallized by the organized Some Section Died Early'
HOSPITAL FOR was '] lug Aasaelaed Pre.a1TALLAIiASSEE
be I I whom home of their communications : '
no moie of a surprise than the revolt of real estate interestsa A much greater amount of fresh Fla. There some clauses that
sudden unveiling of Germany's j I come. which vegetables was received ly the are
Air Defense Publicized LEPERS PLANNED Yesterday The Citizen received mounting taxation slowlyhad Key West Administration from : April 3.-State Senator never were enforced; there are
j markets.
strangled realty
NOTE IN BOTTLE a postcard asking that the palter, the Miami Transient Camp tor : others that have been slowly
For the time being public emphasis -; 1 be bent to a certain address: in The article quotes further "The distribution among Key West's relief -: Arthur Gomez of Kcyk ] steadily disregarded and there are
is being laid on air defense I I Everglades State is officially still others that Germany want
Miami but for whom the card
clients. This all of
supply West has been
measures such as rehearsals of, CATHOLIC INSTITUTION TO failed to indicate. There was courting: the public approval ofi which was distributed during; the abolished.
community defense against air at: I nothing but the address. .j I i home owners throughout the the following senate Article 227 called for trial of
tack. The populace is being: BE ERECTED IN IIIMA. I II I nation who are exposed to tax month included 3,680 pounds of the former Emperor Wjlliam by
I That section of the staff which potatoes 1,366 pounds of carrots I I committees:
schooled in what to do when:< DROPPED FROM YACHT FIFTEEN foreclosure threats. A reasonably I five judges to be named by the
LAYA MOUNTAINS :I attends to these matters was 1.410 pounds of beets 1.420 II
enemy bombers appear over a'f j I MILES sorely puzzled. Monday was small sales tax never had discouraged founds of rpinach 080 pounds of I Public utilities, chairman ,United States Great Britain

city. j I OFF [ April 1, which was All Fools' home-seekers although: ]' squash, and 580 pounds of lettuce. -J' ; attaches and legislative France Italy and Japan. Hol
It should be remembered that! prohibitive, realty taxes in
land, however refused to extradite -
(Special to The ('Ulu. I KEY WEST Day, and the card was mailed on I Ii
Germany's re-armament was j i i t!Florida" or elsewhere, ('an. do; expense control, him and the clause lapsed.
NEW; YORK CITY, April 3.- that date. Was it a joke? i Foodstuffs received through the
watched closely abroad, and frequently )'t that most effectively, say Floridians" demanded the trial
A Catholic I clue. hold' Article 228 ;
Not But
hospital for lepers, in one single ,,state office from the Federal Surplus ; constitutional amend-
wait the topic of protest! which 1,000 patients will be ac-! "This bottle dropped off Yacht I'everything. That i is a mighty) i Relief Commodities included;I of a number of high German officials .
in the French' and parliament. I Buckner Chipley President of ments, corporations the 'forniet
)press commodated, will bo elected in Pilar, March 3, 11)35) 15 miles off!! queerly formed "W" in West and 4.430 cans of beef 4.570 cans ofvegetables including
Eagle-eyed watchfulnesson the Himalaya mountains at an' Key West, Fla. Reward of $2 I also a significant "K" in Key.j j'i the Florida Tax Revision League, !':, 1709 1-2 pounds of J' drainage, judicial re- crown prince and Marshal Von
the Austrian sector ceased, I says, "the advertising that has I and
i altitude of 3,283 feet among the will be paid if this note is returned Other peculiarities in the forma- abruptly when Austrian (} already been received by Florida appointment and judi-
indcpznd semi-savage Garos on the frontier to Alfred Putnam, Wynnewood, tion of the "E;V were also notice-:, mlik. and 540 pounds of rice. I other alleged war crimes, butGermany
ence appeared threatened. through such mediums as the surrendered
I of India and Burma according Pa. I| able. I r I This is only one phase of the i I ciary B. never
The last Austrian Literary Digest article, above
protest t i
against to a dispatch which has A piece of heavy wrapping paper -I t "Let us look at the obituary, manner in which relief clients," them.
armament activities was reached Juinn Na- with the above found I' file" the suggestion. After!: referred to, is worth millions of have been benefitted fi t The section of the treaty dealing l.
lIgr.VilIiam was on 1 was by j rfjicf! ,
made by Fiance and Great Britain tionaltor..vl j(7tttholic \ '[''the beach at Boca Chica, Sunday, 'a short .investigation evidenceI dollars to this State. i' administration durin?* ih e past;IMANY'SALE"OF PAY TAXES;: I I with Germany': frontiers-and

in February. 1933=1;, when: Austria)!lions ): .. i4'lorlf\ flt1. .1T' 1 1The I.;)Y F're1 1 l Beaver'p,;'little son of Mr.\ I I,was found to' indicate that the valorem, "If we now eliminate all ad month, Miss'; John., n 'poigtet i ;', out t.j, : : colonies still holds ',its 7'originalforce"
was accused of taxes in Florida and The'&aar Of
vci last
having permitted ( p an II as been announced13gitJ ami}t Mrs. Harry Beaver., I writer'' of a certain sketch was the j for the actijtiey, U'' the aociFI ': thfplebiscite'area'has
the imputation of'O.OQO.. rifles } f With flat I I writer' card and the dace our cost of government, by,' dej sent Barrie 1oli J: AT CORT HOUSE :, gone back .la f \tI01 i Louis a tire the Beaver auto of the paper: service a are [ .. 1 I *
and machine pruns: )rOD,.J{tally fprUrged }' tittJ.fiX; fert'ApohoTic igr. of Assam. was' halted' :'whilg! ;lai ;replacement ,.was mailed to the writer of thai;,125 Bible,{,under which will be easily ,rKbTl, In a"nuinV'r'of> .: different fitj|gffj j" ' -+-- j r Germany'as: "'a! 'result of the ,vote
transport to Hungary , J a revised modernized o'Ilnuary'# 13. Hitler ;ylff .
{ Recently, he found himself was made. Fred 'wandered off to I brief biography. j i t I
I ( '
Austria promised to e .d"thet,, ] aIs l train: tax systemthe mere fact that .TAX DEEDS. 'ENtlSJINTEREST > : ,tuaily'l'gIten'up claims for, Akaeerv
the andtwasVhort .. Upon the arrival of the : .
gun Hitler: back to, Italy, but meanwhile! ,'pf surrounded the' { district: ;a.jeflfenter by more, than| 100 beach timel\fclij\ became gon;running j*>ui> ,.f today a returning passenger was':p this ing out State and is the pioneer in our wotk MICHIGAN FOLK t' ",::1! '.. ." '.' PROPERTY: Lorraine;- while the thorny Polish
had come to power inner ti modernizing tax corridor problem seems moribund
-,,'lepers, whom had faces back to thereat flushed with excitement [asked: if Mr. had mentioned '
many and the Nazi in jnanji'df' I structure on an equitable and because of the German-Polish
movement I
: and calling to his parents his being desirous of The Citizen PLANTO LEAVE OWNERS
Austria almost entirely eaten away by the economical basis, will 'esu't in r
was booming.' friendship developed since by signature
I what he had found. while he was away and the ans- t
more was heard about the intercepted dread disease.! They besought': him I additional millions of dollars I !t' of.a 10-year accord. in i
I The "Pilar" mentioned in the wer was received that he had andI --'- '
arms shipment. : in the most heart-rending manner ',I worth of free publicity in the j 1934.
note is evidently the cabin cruiser had written a post card request-, /
Several weeks movement
Austria therefore anticipatesno he said to come to their as- ': form of magazine and newspaper! MR. AND MRS. CONABLE PAID ago a 'Anschluss'. 'S."f.e.Inristente .
owned by Ernest Hemingway on I i ing it be sent to his address. The'address Hope
international excitement when sistance. articles throughout the nation. | 'started I in realty which was confined -
which he has entertained many was the same as that on I ,CALL AT THE CITIZEN !: on the independenceof
the time comes for her to announce "Overcome by such horror and : distinguished writers and authors.I the unsigned card. j{i "This publicity would bring. 4 I strictly to the court bouse. Austria is a vital 'part of the
disconsolate because of inability I hundreds of thousands of 1 j I And in this there but
--by agreement with the my -1--- I i perm1-I: OFFICE TODAY 1 1I activity was But Germany has not
powers-that she has a military to comfort them" Msgr.! - - -- I nent residents! to Florida and the I I: one piece of property involvsd the
abandoned despite joint
airforce comparing favorably with Mathias says. "I promised with all j i i resulting increase in the building The Martello Towers Subdivision.

the air fleets of other countries my Foul to help these creaturesand CAPTAIN BOYD FEATURES KEY WEST of homes, agriculture and cornlmercial ',, Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Conable, I'I Alt article in The Citizen told against Franco ."anschluss.British "Italian stand

her *,ize. to build an immense lepro- activities. would do more I who have been enjoying a visit of of purchases of tax deed certificates
'I I Germany's old colonies are in
--- -- I sarium where thousands of lepers : CURIO SHOP IN NEWSPAPER COLUMN to revive business conditions: in;' two months in Key West called with no mention of the the hands of the victornations,
wandering about among the 110 our State than any other one at The Citizen office today to express i: Martello Tower tract. : shown inclination
EDWARDS of whom, has any -
FAMILY } nomad tribes of the Assam Prefecture ., --- I I I thing that we could do at this their pleasurable experienceswhile I II i i Within a short time owners of none to give them up..
be assembled and I time" the lots in this subdivision began
may : Another reference to Key West is no question in the mind of the I spending; the. winter in this f I Militarization' the'Rhine;
LEAVE FOR cared for by our nursing Sisters. I i paying up back taxes and a number 1 1I
HOME,i is made by Captain Erroll Boydin writer that this man had. been devoured "dehehtful city. '+I land is the next German step that

i iI I I his column "Wings Over Mi- by the tiger shark.. There I! NEW ARRIVAL AT During their stay they have entertained I II f',I sold of until tax of deed the certificates 105 lots in were this:i I the French fear. They elaipv that
SON ARRIVES AT I ami" in Sunday's issue of The was nothing phoney about the pic-1 l i I I a number of visitors ,: subdivision there but 21 already there are strategic railways -,
are on I
>r. and Mrs. I). M 1. Edwards Miami Beach Tribune, as follows: tures or the fact that the 'partlydigested lARANGO'S] from their home city, Kalamazoo. :, 'and airdromes in this 'tone
and daughter. Mm Katherine. of, ( "Yesterday, in telling you about '''members of a human : HOME' Mich., the last of whom were Mr. i iI which taxes. are owed. in addition to 45,000 militarized

Pittsburgh Pa.. who were in Key!i I HOME OF TYNES] my flight to Key West and return.I'being were taken from the shark's'I -' j jI I and 'Mrs. R. L. Burdick, who came i I r police.

West waters on the Yacht All : !II ommitted an incident which I :telly; so watch your step when you : for a short visit and remained a COUNTY BOARD The section c-n disarmamentnow -'
Alone, sailed on the vessel this believe is interesting. While Paul I i fall overboard. Old 1 man> shark I Announcement has been made+I] month. !I appears dead. As ea lya*

morning, en route north. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Tynes an-1 Weidman was showing Frank has at least proved to me that he of the birth of a daughter, weighing I i The Conables plan to leave tomorrow ,I TONIGHT 1927 Germany was accused, of

During their stay the doctor has' nounce the birth of a nine pound i, Karelson Eileen O'Kane and myself enjoys munching on long pigs as eight and a half pounds, to 'I for Miami. From there! I: MEETS ]hiding I arms and war ma.t.eriahJ. of

devoted most of his time to fishing boy at their home on Fleming! about the town we visited a the cannibals' like to call, us. This Mr. and Mrs. A. Aran o. this I'I they will visit for a short time in ]Ii IiNarSAu. 'I i I 1!reorganizing her general staff and

and hUt as on former trips '' street last night. t| small curio shop where one can is no fish story as f can get the'I![morning at their home 1121 Du-: and returning to Miami,*I I 1 1I I of short time recruiting In the

to these waters made some excellent Mrs. Tynes was before her marriage .i purchase almost any kind of seat I pictures, to back it up." ,;;.val street: I Ir will leave for Kalamazoo. It is Regular meeting, the first in I I reichrwehr ,whose full strength

catches. I Miss Nathalie Crusoe.I', relic, such as shells, shark teeth. Mother and baby are reported their intention to return here next I April, of the board of county was set at 100,000 in the,treaty.

i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-j petrified fish and what not. The The Citizen heartily agrees with'i,i to be getting along nicely. I I I year. commissioners will be held >i i French authorities claim Germany

"THE .REDSHAWLER" ence Crusoe. '[ gentleman in charge produced an the captain's statement as to the I I o'clock tonight in the office of pow has a forte. of 600. .000,, men.

Benefii Commercial Dept. I crdinary card-board box which finding of these gruesome evidences BARRED FROM SHOWS I I Habana-Madrid Club Clerk Boss C. Sawyer at the The naval clause' restricting

Key West High School SUFFICIENT GROUNDS (\contained some human bones and of tragedies of the sea being I county court house. Germany to 108.000 tons,with the
] : man's slipper. Then he showedus "no fish stoij." Readers will WILLESDEN, Eng.. Ralph: TONIGHT. I There are no matters of importance biggest chips held to 10.000 tons
8 O'clock j ja
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CHICAGO. Mrs. Genevieve some recent photographs of a .recall that stories describing these Burton. II. of this city arrested I 1 I 'scheduled for 'consideration is still in operation but Hitler

HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM' I',I G rnmk of thin city was granted a I tiger shark which had been cut ghastly relics were published in for burglary was sentenced to I BIG DANCE tonight, it vu laid, only told Sir John Simon that Germany

Tickets L -- ....-. 2S f divorce because her niece eloped:open and portions of a man's body,I I this paper at the time of the dis stay away from moving' picture I A Good Time' for Everyone regular routine matters being wants to build up to 400,609

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I :ijb tt. .JBgeaE O\l OUR FIRST STAMPS I II IS I!and president of the First National ....s..e............

I FACTS REVEALED KEY WEST IN Bank of that city, accompaniedby Today's
UNUSUAL a party of friends, arrived in I, Horoscope:
published Daily Except Sunday Br The first i issue of United States post- I
T1IK C1TIZKN PUUUS1I1NC CO.. INC. '' DAYS GONE Key West yesterday on the Yacht 1..a..a.a.ocoo....
L. 1>. ARTISAN PrMOJtnt. age stamps consisted of only two denomi-,j !3LI: Marinette, formerly the ShadowV. I I The aggressive temperament i is!
From The Citizen Building nations, the 5-cent used! on half ounce letters j 1 Happening Here Jmtl The party was met at the I I I
Corner Greene and Ann Street I// wharf by Wm. R. : in full swing on this day and will
Ago Tnday At Taken From Porter presi-;
going 300 miles or less, and the 10f f I The Files Of The Citizen ': dent of the Key Went First National -;,. bring honors despite trial and

Only Dally Newspaper In Key. Welt And Monroe cent for letters going a distance! exceeding : : Conrad I i: Bank who entertained them trouble. Today is! said to be a de-

County. 300 miles. I I I I while in the city.Invitations j ji i|: gree of Reward. There is usually
Entered at Key West. Florid, a* second cUss natterF1FTVSIXTH l FJRSTPOflrtON Endeavors are being made to i I Ian I I ultimate attainment of success,
YEAR The 5-cent stamp bore the portrait of have as large a delegation- as pos- 1 have been issued anI .j i[i but the way leads through much
Benjamin Franklin, our first postmaster; 4 ? sible from the Key West Overseas I I Bouncing: the marriage of Miss: ,tribulation and the frequent making
Meier .f the A..i I.J p- S i.CLERK AND. Association attend the
q p : Maggie May Walterson.: daughter and abandonment of plans.
the 10-cent stamp bore the portrait of
Is exclusively entitled to use / TELEPHONE i
Le Associated Press j Atlantic Coastal Highway Association -:
of Mr. and Mrs Walter A. Wai-
!..r or republication not oth.rwl.of.. credited all news In dispatches this paper credited and ala.the tot Washington were first issued in 1837, t k r OPERATOR IN A convention which is to be heldin i;, terson to Connie W. Roberson, to JUMPS FROM BRIDGE

local news published hero.'l$1NATlONL although a few postmasters had issued I HOTEL IN IOWA. Jacksonville on April 16-17.1 j be celebrated Monday night, at the!

some stamps at their own expense for With that end in view Captain j home- of the bride-, 808 :Margaret PASADENA, Calif. Joseph
EDITORIAL John J. Maher, U. S. A., chairmanof I I
street. j :Matz 3fi, became the sixty-second;
IATION about two previously. The first I I
years very the publicity committee, is person to commit suicide by jumping -
/9.15 adhesive to be issued sending out communications to 13''j I
postage stamp by Comment: With ,| from Colorado Street bridgein
StUSCHllTIO.V; RATES any government were introduced in Eng residents; requesting them to attend trumps Jim Fletter' of Denver' pot this cit},.
>jn. Tear _. . .._. ._, .$1008 the convention. The Florida to take but one trick in !i ___ -
FU Months __...._ ... .. ... .0' land in 1840, the example being quickly will a game;'iI I
Three Months _._._. 2(0; I East Coast Railway company of bridge. He had to trump his ,::66 Miles
')0. Month .. .. .. ...._ .. ._... .81 followed by other nations. j I be asked to make a reasonable rate partner's ace and his partner shot;',
'll eklJ' .%0 The first issue of postage stamps in for the delegation from Key West him. ]1 i On 1 Gallon?
ADVERTISING RATE I and it is the opinion of many that I II i
1837 would insignificant in iI
Mad. known on application. seem very this will be done. Mr. Scientific
i and Mrs. Robert F. Bona-I| Laboratory. P-189.
All rtad'ng notices SPECIAL, cards NOTICE of thanks, resolutions ofppert. volume compared with the tremendous out I marte were at home to their many i'I'i Wheaton 111., report an amazing
rbltuary notices, eta, will be charged for at put of the present, which is estimated to L Judge J. F. Busto and Miss Lois friends last night. The friends new vapor automatic gas saver.
tie rate of :0 cents a line.NotIMi THE Demeritt were united in the- holy ''called to say good. bye to the host 15005; profits. Fits all autos.
for entertainments by chnrcbe from whichrevenue be not less than 18 billion a year, requir- II
I is to be derived are .6. cents a Hue. PRODUCTION OFt bonds of matrimony last evninp. and hostess, who are leaving Sunday Anyone can attach. One pent-
The Citizen I. an open forum and Invites dlscus- ing 1,000 tons of paper, 575 tons of gum 'DEATH FLIES EAST; The ceremony took place at the for their new home at FLnshjing free to introduce quick. Send ad.
tittreet! but It will not publish anonymous commuat- and 500> tons of ink. Placed end to end MOJTOFWHJCH home of the bride's sister Mrs.I i L. I. dress and car name today.

""'lftL this one year's supply would reach around 4-r'A WAS FILMED I/., Win. Watkins of Oil Margaret ;I I 1--- __ _'__
--- r THE AIR..NECEjj1 1 rtreet. Matron of honor was Mrs. .
the earth at the equator ten times.
TA TED mE DEVELOPMENT I Irene Spence. Groomsman was J.I j
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST But no one, has figured out how much OF I M. Cabrera. After the ceremony1 I

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN energy and moisture it will take to stick UGHTWEIGHT50UNDiSCAMERA I the couple left on a honeymoon- to ;i I

14L .1 '-" them, where they; will\,perform: their*duty. \\florenceRice. COLUMBIA; PIAYER.IN- I PAt ENT. II IIlQ.U different points in Florida. 1
* r : .. YOU NEED If A IDLE bFEET OF STOUT ". Key West Rotary Club has ar, Ls I I I 11l
'.1, Water...... &I$ Sewerage..... ,.T1'....1.. 'f"11'" u ./. DUST 'AND DROUGHT C CORD TENMK SAIL AND 3. PADDLE _____ I ranged an interesting and ( : -

2.-.Dr ge t.o complete f Road to } in-S '. r tr: '' fc- _. I IL orate program for the 'lsb.1!
.Ja'j ',_.A J i: ( ; i: of Boys' Week- from April
The dust"storms', recentlyreported May 2, inclusive. Each day oft

3. t 1r re4 Port.. . sweeping a number of states, seem to be TODAY'S i THE-R-1] I the week will be marked by some 1
.fT [L I II activity for the boys. Discussions -
4. Hotels and Apartmentl 3 x. indicated in future unless there is plentiful new will be held on important \ r IT'S PURER! "
rain else I 1
or a protective cover grown
5. Bathing Pavilion. subjects each day and evening 1
." 6.: and Sea. over the'lands that so easily yield their I Temperature day and in north portion tonight; I I, and on Friday afternoon
Airports-Land soil. Highest ........ ........................._85] net much change in temperature ;': there will be a parade. Saturday 1)ittL) '
7. Consolidation of County and City I Lowest m.m. ...m.. .... .... .70 I II I there- will be a track and field 1W ICE REFRIGERATORS

Governments.THE Many believe that the trouble originated Mean ......... .............. .. ..............80 j/ I meet- for boys of all ages.! I
when, in the days when wheat I Normal Mean ......................... ..74 I I (, I Made of all metal-equipped t

: prices were soaring due to the results of RainfallYt'tcrday's l I Sunday. April 5, in the Strand I with WATER COOLERS I,
.I l { Theater, Lodges Knights of Py ,
KEY WEST CITIZEN warfare, men went into the high semi- Normal Precipitation Precipitation... .06,0Ins.Ins. I 'o' r[ \ }, thias and the Pythian Sisters will,' I I' 9 F They're Economical ,
arid country in sections of Colorado, -Till rrrurd ru\rr :4-bour nrrladrudiBfc / \ \( hold their annual memorial !serve
Wyoming, New Mexico and Kansas and, J|1, .( N oVItM-U." Ibm uiomlHK. fI f:0 C Iat} ices.! A program of beautiful I 100 Per Cent Refrigeration i IF
WILL always seek the truth and print it i Tomorrows Almanac I : ._ I Jrr>> ? h numbers has been arranged. The Satisfaction

without fear and without favor; never be in order to raise wheat, plowed up the sod Sun rises ....... ......?.... 0:15: a. m. 1/", '...4> II- .l., ceremonies will begin at 3:30: I,

for dry farming. Sun sets ...h _............. 6:45: p. m. : J o'clock and the public is invited.A Priced at
afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; ...... : 'i
r This is the opinion of William Allen Moon rises m" 6:45 a. m. Shower

always fight for progress; never be the organ White, who thinks the trouble will persistas Moon sets .......,... ... 8:17 p. m. Partly Cloudy meeting will be held this!! evening $30 $35

or the mouthpiece of any person, clique, Tomorrow' Tide Jacksonville to Florida Straits- beginning at 8 o'clock in the and
long as the dry cycle, now in its third | rooms of the chamber of commerce .
faction or class; always do its utmost for the A.M. P.M. ,i Moderate southwest winds over I 'I Q
year, remains unbroken. At present, the High .................. 8:45 9:091, nortn portion and gentle southerly I I to make further arrangements EASY TERMS-10 DAYS -
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or for the organization of It .- TRIAL
is for .. ...... .. .
prospect a dry summer for the high, Low. 2:30: 244' winds south and I I
injustice denounce vice and praise virtue portion Key West Realty Board. The attention -| a!
: commend; good done by individual or organization ; dry plains just under the Rockies, as wellas Barometer at 8 a. m. today: ,weather partly overcast tonight I I of realtors throughout the II 4 ii THOMPSON'S ICE

the Western prairies and a threat, at Sea level. 30.04. i and Thursday probably occasional city is called to this proposed or- '
; tolerant,of others' rights, views and ... ganization which will mean pro- 1)11) . INC..
least, of another drought-suffering sum: : showers over north portion.
.. opinions; print only news that will elevate Lowest Highest tection of their interests, salesmen Phone No. 8
East Gulf Moderate t tIII
mer. Station- Last Night Yesterday! : southerly
and in fact, will have muchto
: and not contaminate the reader; never com Abilene m......... 42 70 winds. do with the future growth of

.. promise with principle. FACES DEATH TO THE END Atlanta ............ 58 82 the city of Key West. A large attendance N I I I ;1''- 1

Boston .?........... 36 50 ; WEATHER CONDITIONS is anticipated.E. I h

-- Buffalo ......._... 30 30/ i
We hear much about planned economy James Collins, test pilot for the U. S. j C. Rompfh, mayor of .Miami lllld _-
Charleston ... 68 80 j Pressure continues low over the
but see more of planned wasteful- Navy, planned to cease his dangerouswork Chicago .m..m........ 32 -40. i, far northeast and the Rio Grande -.-..- -

-JIGS'*. stop trying power dives and that Denver m........... 30 50 I Valley Eastport Me., 29.74 inches 11111111111:

sort of risks and devote his life to writ Detroit .............. 28 44 and Brownsville Texas, 29.84 ......................................................... ..............
I inches and has fallen somewhatin .
Red snow fell in northeastern Turkey ing. Galveston .......... 02 78 the East Gulf and South Atlan- .
A week or so ago he went up to give Havana ............ 72 tic States; while the northern high
recently. Maybe an omen of a Soviet in the Huron m............. 22 32 ; pressure- area now extends from
;-vasion. wprks to a new experimental plane. Jacksonville ...... 70 88 I the Plains States eastward over I We Invite You 'j

He took it up 8,000 feet in air, and as he Kansas City..... 32 48 I the Lake region and Ohio Valley,

;0 began his- dive to earth under the full KEY WEST u. 76 85 Huron S. D., and Minneapolis,'!

Quite considerately, Senator Black driving force of his mighty engine, a wing 1 Little Rock ....__ 40 70 ; Minn.. 30.30* inches.! Showers and ..
Los Angeles- ... 52 04 i, thunderstorms have occurred dur-
exempts housewives from the provisions of came off and the plane crashed to earth. Louisville ........ 42 56 1 ing the last 24 hours throughout To Drop In and See Our

:.his 30-hour week bill. When they pulled him out of the Miami ................ 68 84 i, most of the Gulf States northernand
all Minneapolis( .... 22. 32 i eastern Florida,Georgia Tennessee -
wreckage he said "I'm through, fel
New Orleans .... 04 80 Kentucky Virginia and Complete Line Of oqWine
. Americanism : Believing that the- lows," and he was. He died a few New York .......... 38 :8 I Maryland being heavy on the .

"display of a Blue Eagle or other symbol. i is! minutes later: Pensacola .......... 04 78 'I middle Gulf coast. New Orleans.i, :

-a guarantee' honesty. . What kio'd of urge is'it that makes Pittsburgh ........ 38 ii1St. !I La., 2.20 inches. There has also :
I.. Louis . .... 34 44 | been rain in northern Californiaand and Sets
men like James Collins take ,,their, lives in I I Liquor
. Salt Lake City. 42 58 Oregon and rain or snow in ; \i
.. 'Tis .1 ,I' )' loved Sf their hands almost every say tape ,death San Francisco .. 50 04 Colorado South Dakota and I _
better to have
"T' and last in trials qf and danger and Seattle- ......... .30 ,* 52 .northern New England. CoMer :Cocktail Sets F
jt hair it n'diiJ. new speed stayon ', x l 0 : Highball Sits
:; to have st ki,, for an. almost Tampa .... 70' -X86* l weather ha? spread southward into I i ;
:)nony. Though thi4 does not ppJy in Indiana the job, without exception, untilit Washington .. 44 f 8 1. northern Texas, the middle Mississippi -

New s is ended by" death Williston .... '." 16 :30; Valley and Tennessee,
: or York. i Cordial Sets' Buffet Sets
where temperatures are 8 to 14 i
WEATHER FORECAST /: degrees lower this morning and
NO NEW AGENCIES j somewhat : :
readings are generally
One little in Florida i is advertising
(Till 8 p. m., Thursday) J i:below normal from the Plains :
24 applications for tax deeds. Federal relief monies that will be Key West and Vicinity: Partly :: States eastward, except in Gulf
jey'est: tax dodgers had better look out cloudy tonight and Thursday with I'I coast! districts and the Atlantic
released by Congress of the '
the tax certificate buyer is abroad in the upon passage showers Thursday; not much I I States. I Artistic Glass Tableware !
land. President's $4,800,000,000 measure will be change in temperature; gentle tomoderate G. S. KENNEDY Specialties

expended through existing channels, according southerly- winds.! I Official in Charge.
Florida: Partly cloudy tonight
to advices received by the Florida
and Thursday with showers Thurs- Subscribe to The Citizen. : Beverage Sets Tumblers
Huey Long calls the Roosevelt administration
Commerce and that
State Chamber of
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the "prince charming ad oiganization's National Affairs Committee
5" Goblets Steins Shells
mini tration" and the "blue buzzard gov- I doubts if any new agencies will be set up sI

.ernment." Neither appellation is likely to other than advisory board.
perhaps an i Champagne Stems Cocktail Stirrers 1I
-do' any harm, and we venture the assertion i I Such a board will not likely bring Your Opportunity I i

: that the auditors chuckled when they II about any radical departure from prac- I
heard r f
the fulminations. tices that already obtain, is the StateChamber's
Now is the time to modernize your home and
belief. Florida's own -
governmental to make such improvements to your property as may I ; Electric Mixers Beverage Shakers
In furtherance of its program of reform agencies desiring a portion of this .
be needful or desirable before costs advance too I ;
amply justified by many abuses in huge fund for developing projects' peculiarto t
much. I f .![i'}fljr Also Other '
the past, the government now proposes to: their needs, therefore, mjust press their r jr i :

.abolish utility holding companies. The claims vigorously before =such groups as I See us about the tl. S. Government .plan! on I'i: HouseholdNecessitiesandSpecialEies . :

amoral indignation of the people may be the War and Navy departments, the FERA long term modernization loan '..

sufficient; to sanction this attack on the the PWA, the RFC, etc. .

utilities: but they should understand thatin Many of these requisitions are being Enjoy the benefits while you pay. .. ...

: abolishing utility holding companies handled through the State Chamber's Na- 1 :
"Your home is worthy of the best"Sotrth
;they are not reducing light and power' tional Affairs Committee and are in pro The First National Bank ot Key West E i

grates, they are increasing them; they are per order for governmental scrutiny the '

:not raising wages of utility workmen they moment the measure becomes law, accord- Member of the Federal Reserve Florida Contracting &: Engineering .

are lowering them ; they are not protect- ing William L. 'Wilson, the committee's .

-. ing the investments of millions; of stockholders chairman, who spends most of his tim.e in Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp : PJ.oae 598. Wfekc ao3 Eliza j Str b i iSCSSSS iv

they are destroying them.; they Washington. Mr. Wilson urges that immediate YOUR BANK .

-are not reducing unemployment, they are I action be taken on matters not J :.... .............................................. ...:

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CEMETERY FOR ... ...eeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeToday's i:I' ist. creator of "Mutt and'-Jeff."

I ( RICHES CATS AND DOGS I Birthdays'I born in Illinois, 51 years ago.

......e..S.......S.S..N. Paul M. Atkins of New York
IfrJLJL Li IntMabuJUJixoifautk***
(Sty A..oere_ ... Pm". I economist ,
Nelson T. Johnson of Okla.. U. : financier author t born

BrNOl'BllJl .'''41. tA* data ./ James last year at school was not SPORTS LONDON. April 3.The S. Minister: to China born in in Boston 43 years ago.

'kU Jam..parent Stis zon.cud Ill, *grand aj been Aa4of ..T. actively unhappy. He was In a dormitory I number of cats and dogs Washington, D. C., 48 years ago. Dr. Robert T. Haslam of West-

IA. JSrtmtonamUy in N.i. Concord now and bad a roommate and which annually are martyredto
Kat., and AG' received.f*. was besides a senior with all the 'I' I field N. J., noted chemical engineer
attention.acA a.oation 'uUII.NI &- road-hogs
dn. ,. Concord But wot ke it at privileges and prestige that Implies appease on one Tenry R. Luce editor: of Time, and executive,born at North

efcool *is Ike B4II.< and t.i0Ntia a but he would have left school without ., I of the main London bypasses i I born in China fof American par- Adams, Mass., 47 years ago.
Concord Ctlmio amount* faHotM9
at alL Nor can Jamee /And making more than the most i has led] a garage proprietor to en-age), 37 years ago.
tAoie "IIGUO""a.1 uMefcAt ; shadowy of Impressions It It had not t ---- --- ---- --- start a cat and dog ceme- MONROE THEATERGloria
Ant araft *u. teamed Mm. I

been for his graduating essay. .ARMY FEAThCARAGEMENIN 'FIGHT CARD AT DIAMONDBALLGAME I tery.His killed Dr. Albert B. Dinwiddie. 'presi-I Stuart in
own dog by
Chapter Nine He chose Kansas then for his : was dent of Tulane University New MAYBE irS LOVE
theme his beloved misunderstood a car and buried on vacant
Orleans, born at Lexington Ky. Joe :)rorri n-llelen Twelve-.
THE SPEECH sneered at. Jeered at Kansas and I SCHOOL GYM ON TONIGHTBy ground next to the garage. 64 years ago. trees in -
worker for weeks collecting pages I I Ii Since then the number of
'nriTERE were In a place called the I ONE HOUR LATE
and pages of the most, beautifully tombstones has increased
a I until -
"Fem Sem" few carefully Matinee: Balcony IOc Orchestra
a ;
deadly statistics destined solely to i DIAMONDBALL FRIDAYEYENING now there are about a doin II. C. ("Bud") Fisher cartoon-,I
feminine things 15-20 Night, 15-25c
chaperoned young I ;
annihilate any and all who doubted ( JOVE) -* -with; epitaphs written by
who occasionally made surreptitious for a moment that that particularbit The Athletics and the ,
Busy the f

the Academy eyes at the when young they gentlemen passed on of of Eden was not only the richest j i, ADMINISTRATION PLAYERS JOHN BORDEN AND MARIO I Bees will play tonight in an exhibition -I I One garage woman man.had her dog interred i OVER-SEA HOTEL ] KEY WESTCOLONIAL

the most favored and God-endowed. ,
in oak coffin. Some 1
the street but It was considered beneath diamondball game. This i 1 I an I HOTEL
as wed as the most cultured state in ] ARE VICTORIOUS OVER| PEREZ WILL BE SEEN IN I bereaved pet owners regularly 917 FLEMING _
the dignity of these latter to
the Union 1 will be the first game for the I I
notice the Fern Sema i place flowers on the graves.catch. -Rooms- In the Center of the Businessand
Then he wrote them all down In i ; in two weeks and we will', I II I '
Now and then a few servant girls With Running Water, $1.00 District
order firstly secondly; thirdly, etc.. feewhat they can do after rt'rt-I I The rest of the cluh will Theater
arm In arm. fearfully self-conscious major premise minor premise ar- I OND GAME OF TWIN BILL: L1MINARIES ON PROGRAMBy I Person; With Bath, $1.50a i
be selected the field.
and rather aghast at their daring and conclusion ing that long. on I Person I First Class-Fireproof-
gument until be bad I
l As to the Bees their batting
strolled about the campus in the : before him a very :masterpiece of I I The batteries will be C. Gates I WEEKLY RATES Sensible Rates
order will be B. Roberts rf
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twilight and might possibly baTe I unanswerable facts and.burned to i (By JOVE) .i ( ART ESPINOLA) for the Breadmen in the box !and AnnandolAcevt'do. Newly RenovatedNew
3b cf
b"' talked to. make use of It The Social Diamondball League I A boxing card of the popular i Hale ; Bethel ; EquipmentNew COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
M. Acevedo behind the plate. For ss; Hi J:5. I If; II. Gatf's.1
James scarcely noticed them before But when the moment came for Management
played a doubleheader yesterday.The type is scheduled for Friday night, the A's the little high school sf Ib Cirbonell. 2b I
they were shooed away by James to read his essay and he rose bOY'1 I ; Brady ; ; NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Garage Elevator
watchful guardians the boys being to face the hundreds of Indifferent first game at the Army Bar April 5.Clean. Tynes!', will ,get: another Gates p. Lucilo and Elbertsoni I Popular Prices

most carefully looked after by the slightly bored facets that were gathered racks and the second game at fights excitement, action, throw them over and Gabriel will I I i i will be ready to play. |I- -5 I

higher powers. there from every state In the Bayview Park. I fair prices and a dash of school - - ---.-- -

James was much used to the society Union a certain sixth sense suddenl1'wblspered I In the opening contest the! spirit will all add to make a per.I .
to Mm that his statisUc I
of his elders and. he would !'I
only Army defeated the Garage by a' feet night of enjoyment
bar*:'gladly;.made tr1eD*,Wtrfbs. #f would be so many num- '
teachers. However the.latt T were bcttf I tn their disinterested minds and. score of 5 to 4. I! With two little fighters so anxious '.

busy' bard-driven. m __and_wereelthei forgotten beforethey*. werevcomprenendelr 'f The' Marching Men scored' four!i I; : to meet each other what
indifferent or never noticed ,: a in the,, first frame
runs turning
t ; t,I else can: be expected than a good
bU shy advances:"if V. TOne FIRMS
y' *"pHE same slxlh.sense made him t loose their disappearing guns, with I 'how:
of his the
physics prof proved Differs actively Inimi- X reajize that! to reach' that vast \t the ball disappearing all over the I i John Borden and :Mario Perez /

crowd he mist drat stir their Imagination lot for hits last that four I I i
:so runs
cal. This gentleman finding It painfully are so well matched that the bean

easy to render James inarticulate were only! and'touch possible their' paint for them It It crossed: the plate before any one I II run about even. Who'll be the vin- Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

with embarrassment varied the was out. I ner? Borden. with that powerful t
the glory of hits state. Its splendid 1
monotony of his classroom by makIng Independence the very essence of The Soldiers scored another tally right and his extra supply of

game of this tongue-tied young Americanism: its originality Its I on an error, a wild pitch and I wind? Or Perezwith his devastating !-

bean pole of a Westerner. a double. left hook and foet-work.
steadfastness the romance of Its beginning -

"Well. Mr.Stlmson. he would say ; the love 1t Inspired In its In their half of the same inningthe I I to support him on all occasions? DO YOU BARBECUED HEADQUARTERS FOR

suavely"you seem to be fairly burstIng children . and all at once James I Garage boys scored one run. Borden lost a very close: deci-I SANDWICHES I 'THIS SPACE

to express your valuable Ideas. felt that he could do all this. They got the grease working; and ,sion to John Nebo in Miami. MARINE CURIOS

Suppose you give us the benefits of It was altogether a new sensation with a triple by Wells and two infield -I I in better shape now. On the otherhand' i NEED MONEY? Prepared the Old-Fashioned SOUVENIRS

your opinion on this subject ., with all the trimmings
-thIs consciousness way
of powerandIt outs, they put Wells on third. : Perez has fought in Tampa

Mr. Stimson would thereupon unfold frightened him a little even while Ward went to sleep with the ball'' and its surroundings, bringinghim :; I SANDWICHES of all kinds ,

himself and rise blushingly to It thrilled him Ills voice trembledand and Wells stole home.In II many victories and very few We buy anything in OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 InsertionsPER

his feet and stammer a disjointed broke and his knees threatenedto the sixth Baker smacked a I defeats.; GOLD-Watches, Chains, lOc TO 35c and Films _
reply while the class tittered betray him.: :
and home run to deep center field and The main bout will have nothingon Diamonds Watches and
the master gopded him into further But this sudden fine ardor this : I Pins, Rings and Dental I COLD BEER ,
I he just walked around the bases the six-two-minute semifinal.Kid .
Incoherence.At something that came to him from Jewelry I MONTH
for another run for the Mechanics.The .I: Pelican, the South Beach I Bridge Work.Florida 1 Wine, Sodas, Etc.
somewhere after the first
the end of the term James sentence Watch and JewelryRepairing I
scored their ,,
Garage men will have than
whirlwind more an
made him US VISIT
turned In so good an examination or two. quite forget him PAY

paper In physics that his professor self and swept aside all selfconsciousness. last run in the seventh. 'ordinary task in the person of Gold Refiners "We Greet You With a Smile"

practically accused the boy of cheating The leading hitters were: Bak.I John Pijuan. the horseback! rider.

and thereby all but broke his His voice ceased trembling and er, Nodine and Ward.In For the main prelui.inary.e 604 Duval St. Phone 347 ART'S BAR-B-QUE FRANK JOHNSON 3.00

heart James could scarcely reply to gathered richness and volume. He the field, the leaders were have Sonny Boy and! Tampa Joe.

this monstrosity so near was be to could be beard to the very ends of Powell, who caught eight flies B.I This i is to prepare you for a U. S. Govt. Permit Division aDd Simonton Sts. Colonial Hotel Bldg.

blubbering but he stammered somehow the ball and the hundreds ot center field and Gabriel for the "what's coming next. -NO FLIES-

an offer to take an oral examI- mothers fathers sisters and aunts Garage boys. j There are other preliminaries:

nation and after a few questionswas who. had come to hear one boy's Score by innings: R. H. E. and a battle-royal scheduled' also. SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

given a grudging half apology great effort and no other's ceased Army .. 400 100 000-5 9 2 -

James l left school at the end of his 1 fanning or -whispering'' or' fidgeting I.Garage?.. 000 111 100-4 9 3; Demeritt 5; walks: off Cates 2. Jewfish' 2 Ibs. 35c35c INSURANCE I -

first term with his self-confidence on their seals and James knew that Batteries: Ortega and B. Pow-] off Demeritt 1; left on bases: Yellowtail, Steak, 2 Ibs. THE KEY WEST 1 J A .

and self-esteem crushed and shattered they were listening to him and ell Jolly and H. Castro. Lighthouse 7, Administration 5; Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ibs. 2Sc
; Office 319 Duval Street
almost beyond mending. Bark waiting to bear what he dad to tell Summary: Errors: Baker,I: earned runs: Lighthouse 7, Administration Grouper, 2 Ibs. 25c :

In New Concord they began to them. time of 1:45 Ibs. ... 25c
revive James had other Thrift :gnaw, Jones, Nodine; 6; game: ; Snapper 2 SUNDAY STARSubscription
somewhat, but he never after great moments umpires: Mixon at the plate Bethel Mutton Fish 2 Ibs 25c
Baker three base hit; -
home run: :
afterwards tn his life but probablynone TELEPHONE 10.1
believed quite I )
so firmly In himselfas
I at first and Carbonell at sec
Baker two base' hit Ward stolen Large Select Oysters
quite reached that moment ; : ;
he had and was for years vague ond and third. $2 Per Year
when he first knew that he held his bases: Griffin. F. Caraballo; sac FRESH SHRIMP
ly though unconsciously expectantof I 1 Try Year M.... AtDelmonico
rebuffs from audience In the hollow of his hand rifice hit: Jolly; struck out: by I -THE-
strangers. The scheduled Wednesday GROUND GREEN Key West's Only Sunday
for -
Ills and could do with It as be pleased. Ortega 0. by Jolly 1; walks: off game
summer was happy enough TURTLE MEATKingfith RettasraatBodwelser
after a fashion though he missed his Fortunately he pleased: to be brief Jolly 1, off Ortega 0; left on I afternoon between the PaperBusiness

grandmother constantly and his Ills written speech which be still bases: Army 6, Garage 9; time of Recreation ten and the Florida Mackerel Office Citizen PORTERALIENCOMPANY Beer -.-.---- ISc
held he East Coast team has been changedto .
never once glanced
grandfather acutely at Intervals. at. : 1:15 umpires: Mixon and FREE PROMPT DELIVERY
game: ; Six Coarse Dinner, .......
though he quoted from it occasionally Friday afternoon at 5:30 Building
Perhaps it was his pride that kept Stanley.In .
from memory and he delivered o'clock. LOWE FISH COMPANY lOCo 7S., ad SOYSTERS .'
him.from confiding to the Judge or --------
Aunt Sarah how unhappy he had so stirring, so moving an address I PHONE 151 PHONE 51

been at school or how he dreaded to that when be sat down there was a the night game the Admin. I I II I Standing,: of the clubs:

go back. dead silence before the ratters rang istration defeated the Lighthousecrew Club- W. L. Pet.

However before James left home with enthusiastic cheers. I by the score of 13 to 9. The Army ......._......_....... 3 0 1.000 IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE

that autumn he enlisted the aid of Miss Sarah. who bad come Eastto Lighthouse boys fought until the Garage ......._............. 2 1 .667

Judge Ilolcomb and got the promiseof witness James graduation was last man was out. and scored I Administration ......_.2 1 .667 SERVED ANY STYLE To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,

a regular and more adequate allowance so moved she broke down and cried three runs in the last frame. Lighthouse ................ 1 2 .333 and NOVELTIES atTHOMPSON'S
and Extra l large select quart 75c Ib 25c
Judge who bad
as well two suits of Holcomb. come ....._ 2 .000 STAR ;
as extremely Just one bad inning was played I Recreation ........ 0
for the same (but not Standards, quart 70c
smart tailor-made clothes purpose by by the Beacon boys, being F. E. C. ....-......-....... 0 2 .000 -- FREE LARGO, tt 18c;

made(This in Kansas latter concession City. caused have the same been train proper for) all that but would did. not 'the first time some had played I I NICE JUICY STEAKS ., _tJj:: MARINE MUSEUM V. & S.,. Ib ISc.

Even under the lights. The same thing Pitcher's record: I Oyster Sandwiches ., '
Miss Sarah many qualms of conscience the head of the Academy PctOrtega lOc 324 Margaret StreetTilings Buy It At ,Your LocalGrocery' :
and the to some of the Office Pitcher W. L. Filet ..L.- OVER-SEAS
protessers.Including the happened Sandwiches lOc 1
and quite ruined her peaceful ... .. 1.000 '" that your friends will Store
bnte d.physics prot were greatly tinpressedat > Army _... :3 0
communion with her Maker foe: toy.: + All Other Sandwiches 'Come in and see
many. many Sundays as Mr. Davis IdmeV sudden display of Each club scored one run in the I Cates, Administration 2 1 .667 Transportation Co.; Ine. appreciate. Roasted' Key West,by

the New Concord tailor. passed her oratorical powers and made muchof first ,/frame but'! the >AdminItratlon Demeritt. Lighthouse' 1 1 .500 Hot Souse Every SaturdayWELLS' FAST and RELIABLE'' I them' ..... .., 1 '
him while strangers crowdedabort Gonzalez Recreation 0 2 .000 Your next Lobster Crab !
the plate iadnfler.T4fedto l yirfdfpnr I o ? two"hit? i DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE UIDSTAR ..COFFEEMILL
look reproacbtullY at her.) r him and said kind words ot and ,four lrt! errors in the second" inning -: Jolly Garage ..._......0 1 .000 LUNCH ROOM ner will bemuchm'ore : .1

I praise. Miss Sarah cried partly from ". For All Information if it' is baled and served ia oar 512 Greene Streett", i;
in the
however as pVTils pride but more because James* aril\ I added two more Batting averages including 900 Southard Streets, Giant Scallop or Heart Sea Phone 256
JAMES one: f third frame on two hits and twe PHONE 2 6 9 M
assured him. appeared :grandmother and grandfathewere ,games: of April 2: PHONE 207-W Shells.
not there share In his errors. JAS. D. BAILEY. Agent
I to triumph. R. T. SB Ave.
almost human that term. in
The Beacon boys scored two I
Perhaps this fulsome praise went to I Judge Ilolcomb. however was Wallace Rec.4 1 ::1 1 .750
the fourth two hits and one
proud for halt on
enough to
James'head for the first serve a 4231 .750
thing be did A Ro'rts Adm
i dozen and errcr. In the sixth they added one DINE AT THE ROSES
sets of parents grand Birds Animals Fish
afterwards was to buy the paper on Hale, Adm .13 5 8 3 .615 I PRITCHARD
three hits. In the seventh t
I parents. more on
the wall from a departing upper . . the Adding and Substractingboys Dion. Light,: .. 9 2 5 2 .555 PLAZA RESTAURANT
classman whose room he was taking : 8 1 4 1 ..500 i MOUNTED
Ward Army
The first Friday after James' pot their adding and calculating FUNERAL HOME FLORAL PIECES A
over. Lopez Rec... R 1 4 2 .500 j
1 triumphant return from school the machines out and came neat
Ills predecessor explained that he Gabriel Garage,: 0 2 1 .500 I f CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST:
walls of the Stlmson Mansion running out of before the' yon are accustomed todining SPECIALTY
bad been put to great expense In re- paper
showed the stuff made of Baker Garage 4 2 2 1 .500 Dignified, Sympathetic
papering and painting the room the they were inning ended. Ten men batted six at home yon will find

previous term and It seemed reason by standing up stoutly under the crossed: the plate, three were Lewin. Light. 6 2 3 1 ,500R THE PLAZA a novel and enjoyahle Courtesy and VINES
roars the Judge catapulted at them Albury Light 7 1 3 1 .428 PLANTS
able to James that since be himselfwas thrown out and one was left on
Miss Sarat and Williams 251 ,416D experience
In his with Armyl2
to enjoy the results he should argument I baoe. Total, six runs; seven hits, '
James the latter's choice of a Powell t 6 0 .416
over Armyl2 EMBALMER
recompense the other In part and three errors for the inning. : I Fine Work At a ReasonLICENSED SOUTH FLORIDA
future career. Weintraub Ree 5 0 2 1 .400 BREAKFAST
James was truly no wizard In The Sailor boys added two more
The argument had been brought Adm. 13 2 5 1 .385
Snance but how anyone with a New in the eighth on two singles and a Cooper. LUNCHEON Ambulance Service
able Price
remark Miss
casual by
about by a McKinley Adm 8231 ..375Demeritt
England ancestry could lack so utterly -
double in the
and three more NURSERY
Sarah at the dinner taMe that her Light 8 2 :1 1 .375 SUPPER
a bargaining sense It seems
nephew planned to study medicine. ninth on two singles: and two er LADY ATTENDANT
hard to comprehend but then 624 Front Street
"But he's a Heaven sent gift PLAZA
James was only half a New Englander. rors.At PHONE 597
ot oratory. thundered the Judge. bat the leaders were Dion PALACE
And.of course as his Aunt Sarah Never Sleep
505 Duval Street KEY WEST.. FLA. Phone 548
"It's rarer than horns on a :rooster. with four hits in five chances!;
often pointed out. James did not Conrad'Veidt-Benita' Hume in
from ICtpyrigKt. ifs Voteet a. ftmkiml McKinley with three safeties in
come a tine of shopkeepers.
four times Martin with one POWERComedy : DELICIOUS
Ills ancestors up; AARON
were college professors :
,clergymen Judges and the like. la Tomorrow r.... disaster strikes Hiss hit in his only time at bat. *. and Short Reel 526 Fleming McCONNELL Street Our Reputation is Wrapped JOHNC.PARK' CAKES ml PASTRIES.

In the field, the leaders were:1
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Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 10-20c in rery packageof
Bailey and McKinley, each with .
I affairs and moulders of ideas for L

D. :!)f9Uii. the betterment of the home city. six Stickney chances played without a good an for F. A55r Tb. of 328 SIMONTON ST. ,

sr They stand for the rights of I the Lighthouse boys. Pirates Cave FJS1iI1g c.p I, Watch t1Cos PRINTINGDONE

ever every citizen. i Score by innings: R. H. E. Doc: PLUMBINGDURO

They breathe patriotimt and encourage Lighthouse- Pirates Cove Florida &s)' BY US '

to.t 100 201 0239 9 13 10 201cliles From Key W st on
Administration142 ':':the Overseas Highway JEWELED
fO WAiTt i They help to build cities and 000 60x-13 16 3
0k1a I, give all they have to make the Summary: Demeritt and Stick SWIMMING POOL ARlSTpRESSCitizen Omt Ready-to-Serve Cakes
FINE CUISINE See Him For TOOT lint Work
That newspapers are the melting ,1 home' city: a bigger busier city ney; J. Cates and Cooper PLUMBING SUPPLIES. a W PMtriesare always hell
Summary: Errors: Head 4, Va].J First Class Accommodation ALL PRICES REDUCED
I I aad
pot of all local problems. j Newspapers are recognized i Bid .
in makingperpetual I conceded the acknowledged des 3, Dion. Demeritt TV. T. Roberts -1 Write or Telephone for MaI&Bey> & Peacock
They do the bite,: part generally as Ho.": 9 to 12-1 toe PHONE 51 PHONE 348
"I advertising medium through Hale Frohock 2; two base ReservationsRates ;t PHONE 818.ED and in reach all the J1eOPJe.l hits: Dion, Cooper Delaney. G. Per I Opea SeUrday Nights .'
They initiate hope 1 i, which! t I : $5.00 to $7.00 Day
Demeritt; stolen bases: Dion. I
home city. America Plan
the 1
They are guardians' of public j l Spbscribe to The citizen. Hale; struck"'BUt: by CaVs 1-ky

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i :::FOUR ; :: KEY WEST... CITIZEN :WEDNESDAY, ::,, 1935.

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S.SII..................SII.S....SSsSSSSS.ISS... : ," D..AILEN G. OUOAND
I FRIDAY EVENING 0.--. ,.,..J ..i HM" u-- The following article by Joe .. .
CSCCsess ..
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Much Interest ManifestedIn Williams relative to trained fish LOST
I Playground Accidents in Key West appeared in the '

TO BE PRESENTED IN HIGH March 25 issue of the New Orleans LOST-Tan Pocketbook between
Poetic Symphony Here I To be content with the old say- States Elizabeth end D'ival streets. Re-
; ing "accidents will happen" is to be ward if
returned toMrs. Morris
old fashioned.We Fish stories are good 'read'i'ngwhether I
TLE OF PLAY IS "THE RED- Cruz, 301 William street.
Tomorrow night the First In- will read a bit from Thomas have suffered and lost too they're true or 'not. It's mar3-lt 1

ternational Poetic Symphony Will;' Moore. This will be followed by SHAWLER" long under that i indifferent . hard to believe some of the yams

.be. presented at 708 Eaton street,' Mrs. Andrew Miller's recital of, attitude. but here's the latest penned by Joe INSTRUCTIONSF1ANOThoroughindividua
under the auspices of the Key The modern idea is
The Wanderer's Return by Mrs.! to do somethingabout Williams, in the New York World
,\Yest Poetry Group. j Tickets for "The Redshawler" in-
A. D. Luethi. I I' it. Not just I Telegram, who is
spending some
Poems and music symbolic of j struction.
1 are on sale by students of the : to children J; Special courses for
the cultural and intellectual l life!I Julian Lucignani will give a' High School only and those ,"whovish for talking that is out, time 'in Key West, Fla. lie was I young beginners. Chas. Rob-

of the nations represented promise.I brief reading from Dante and the' \ to attend the play may' get* along with scolding, taken by a guide to a place where |[ erts Studio 613 Margaret

a very interesting evening. A1 commodore will present Musica their tickets at the door as usual, preaching and trained fish come when you call' Street. apr3-5-8-10x

g..eatJ'aried program will con- Proibita (Forbidden Music). i j; if unable to purchase them from threatening. We have a guardian- 'em and eat out of hand I I
siit of English, French, German,i' The program will continue with' the students before Friday night ship to serve, and an important your : BICYCLESWE
Irish Italian and Spanish sel c-I Miss Marie Cappick's poem When' it is stated. Tickets are said U responsibility falling to school of- "The guide takes you to the

tlons. i Nanigos Walk recited )by Mrs. 'be reasonably priced and within ficials is to recognize every possible back of his club, points to a salt RENT by the Hour Day or

After a few words of welcome, Morris E. Berkowitz; The Five: reach of everyone interested. accident situation and to erect water pool and says 'Now Week. Repair all makes and .

by the general chairman Commodore -' Senses Satisfied by W, E. Wad-!" Those who are heart and sou', every safeguard available.By watch'," Williams writes. paint them with Nu-Enamel. We

von Mietk-Uuba\ II. D.) dell, read by the author; Laud' for Key West and want it to stage no means does this mean curtailing carry a full supply of parts.
"You watch and this is what
W., MillS Marie Cappick will give'a lina by Mrs.\ Ilildegard Ott Rus-{ a big comeback in the form of one I the normal activities of Agent for the Roll fast Bicyclesand

,brief introductory address to bell and Ruth E. Day played and'' of America's most alluring tourist I children. Such action would be you see. He picks up a stick, sell them as low as $1.00 .

be followed by Sight-Time in Key sung by the Misses Edna B. Smith towns, must surely realize it i is1 I little short of criminal. It means, taps loudly on the rocky edge of I per week. J. L. Stpwers Music
West by Margaret Zinaida and Emily Crosland. I I I rather that the facilities we provide the pool and cries. 'Come marl mo
a poem J pointed out, what it means to I on, Nig-1 Company.
von )MJetk-Lauba hostess of the Ml Hermana by Miss Isabel; have a little one-act play-sweet for children's activities shall gerCome on, Nigger! Come on, HIGH ABOVE THE MURK
I I be free of hazards
as as we can
occasion. I' Armayor La Golondrina by Mrs., and quaint and true to Key Westas make them. Are there hazards at Baby!' I PIANO TUNING
Mrs. John C. Gekeler and Mrs. Eva Warner, and Nellie, Te Vuieor I it is-go out into the world to I I your school? That significant question "What you see next makes you
"E. R. Evans will then render (Nellie I love you) by Pablito show' others how we live, how we introduces a new line of wonder if it wouldn't have been PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-

.Schubert's Inunortal Serenade Esquinaldo and Oscar Norman will, love our homes, and how our very I I thought into this series. It is an inexhaustible wise to pass up that second Spanish reno. Excellent piano for sale OF RECENT BUSINESS DEPRESSIONS

after which Mrs. Hilda ,R.. .Salis compr e the Spanish program j I own Kedshauler.; creation entire subject so more later. absinthe. Fishes dart out cheap. 1018 'Division- street.

will read her poem, Across the, George F. Archer will read hiss! ;: ly new under that title, can con- from the seaweed, coral formations s- t2.Blmol .
Boca Chica Bridge. AnnibalAtior own poem Cayo Hueso and ,Key;| tribute to our happiness. How can children's spring flay and rocks and come -p (fi- lOOMS. REAL fSTATE
iie'Y' rnSun'' inCayo West Alec Allan, a Canadian1 title be made: safe Dr. Ireland will dit- rectly to the point where I ):&RsON )
will r.t' Way by I i We should be proud of the cuss this problem next week. lhtman l\. ........;.,...r.,I h n..:. ." . '
Hueso, by Ml-s..', BarbaraGreen. j( veteran. {alone, those i in charge of the pro- stands. ,
'"'j 1 The ''final 'numbers will be' a, duction say, which no one else has .............8.......... "By now he has in his: hand'a STOMXLLLCERGMr1AINS.INDIGESTfON' ,: I CATCHING THE FIRST BEAMS Returning prosperity -

In the Frt'n national group j j'Mrs. brief reading by Mrs. William 11.1, ever used. The play hat possibili- Florida lobster, which he is: t I 'victims, why, this company lain a position to pass'fclong the long-

'. Haydn ''Illirigworth will playa White and"'a\ 'character sketch. The:, fie". -it mfchl "be expanded into a PERSONAL MENTION proceeding to cut up in fleshy suffer? For quick relief get 8; awaited,"'happy .word. Already the pulse,,of' local realty

: Chaminaile :selection and Mrs.] Belle of the Nineties, by Mrs. S.'' three-act play, if you like it, when segments. This finished he lean free Tamplc of Udga--doctor'* has quick ed. Soon all business will be throbbing to the
:Alfred tie BarrHt will recite a J. Nash' The hostess will then it can do even more to acquaintthe ( i out over the water and dangles prescription, at Gardner's Phar- new tempo. Now is the time to buy a lot, to build, to expand

French poem. The next poem is close the program. During the' world with our lovely little I Mrs. Elsie Moore was an arrival the appetizer. A big snapper I macy.mar3181020252627aprl23. This realty company stands ready to aid
Sunset on Boca Chica Bridge by evening she will be assisted by:,,, island it is explained. I yesterday from Miami and will swims in close and makes a vicious! ; you.
,Mra. Ora I. Jones. j I I Mrs. William B. Norman and Mrs.I I Key Westers have all seen what. be the guest for a while of her lunge for the food. 1' 8-9r Ideal Spot for Apartment House? A REAL BARGAIN-Water

German presentations will be P. A. WiLson. j|I work has been done by the FKRA uncle and aunt, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ ''None of that now!' purrs I, -Corner lot size 100 by 115 feet front property on Key Largo at

opened by Commodore von l\Iietk-1 I This intellectual event is open':!i in the publicity line. But they are Jonathan Cates. the charming Vasquez. 'You must'''I FOR RENT fronting Hotel Casa Marina T-Terner; 150 feet fronting At.
Liuba' of to the here "to those who them. behave like gentleman if j Southern and Eastern exposure.
interpretation a pas-,, general public without I I help help a you lantic Ocean extending back toOverseas
Sage from Beethoven's Moonlight\ ,i charge the chairman of arrangements -: selves.; We are helping ourselves want this.' A wide-eyed amberj j I lower Don't odes this; it if a bargsin.1
Hello Miami SIX ROOM
Renedo. who wain
I Highway distance S2S
Sonata, to be followed by Des;. Miss Marie Cottin ham,:i when we have writers in our homo jack has come up close. 'Now you j!' North Beach near Listing No. 73. ; ,
for \ ,
several days with Mrs. apartment
Saengers FJuch (The Sin er'sl I announces. : group who are steeped in the lore how that snapper how to behave,' I feet, fronting road from Overseas
Renedo and the returned Park and Swiming Entire block
children City N --
Curse) recited by Mrs.\ Hildcgard I There are still a very few eats i! of KeyVest and who will writ yesterday.Mrs. persuades the gentleman. 'Turn I,: Apply Johnson and ( 1'001.1 I YBETlh Basin: on North, Highway to water. This U part of
Ott Russell. Then MJS.\ Janice available and it will be a proposition )about it.Those. I over and let me pet you.' j aprl an estate that must be settled.
519 Duval Street. Beach size 148 feet 6 inches by,
Maloney Lewis will sing Ich liebe of who will claim them first'I in charge of putting on l "Please believe me, this is not I $1.200 take it. Act quick. List
150 leet. This would be ideal
IDich! (I love you). !I on the night of the presentation. "The Redbhawler" urge everyoneto \ William Thomas and baby the Spanish absinthe working.1;j FOR SALE for private home or Apartment spot j ing No. 40.

"The centerpiece of the German,, The doors will open at 7:30 p.' see the play for themselves and boy arrived yesterday from Miami The amberjack actually turns!< House. Investigate while the
not to be afraid to what they and will be the guest of her mother over, the charming Vasquez reaches I
program will be Memories of Alt- nf., and the program will begin I I say BEST OFFER TAKES IT-Cabin price is bt. Listing No. 132. Improved property Angela
Heidelberg arranged and played.I with naval precision at 8. like about it or what they don't Mrs.\ Lucy Peat.F. into the water, pets him gently, I>\ Cruiser "Dot." 31'xO'. Ideal rl' I street, nest to corner of Duval

by the ('c m mod ore. I Latecomers will not be admitted -I i like or anything else that will help and then permits the fish to nib;, for party fishing. Good condition Beautiful located home on North! street. Size 99 by 94, 8 inches.

Next on the program are the into the rooms while a number -> to make it even finer than it is atpresent. E. Albert executive officerof ble the meat out of his hand. i throughout. Joseph Wiser Beach fronting Yacht Basin.' Improvement on this property

Irish selections. Miss\ Alec Curry i is in progress. They will have. the Florida Emergency Relief "This was just about enoughfor I I 308 Peacon Lane. apr2-3tx Grounds cover half block;, with I consists of two one-story frame

will ofter an Irish Melody after I;1to wait outside until the number This is not just another play it Administration, left yesterday me. I turned to go. 'Senor i large two-story home. Property j buildings, one used for business,

which Mrs. Kitty Moore MtKeown\ : Us I finished. is stated, but an original one and afternoon for Miami and from must not go yet. I still have BARGAIN-Ludwig Tenor Banjo, fronts on three streets and is of) and the other for dwelling. $1,600

-- ..-, - one of the very very few local- there will go to Jacksonville to something very special to show j i $100 value at $40. I'hone 7J fered for half its actual value)i takes it. Terms may b. arranged.
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color plays in Florida. It has already confer on matters pertaining to you.' With this he calls a grouperby I: or call Standard Service Sta- Don't miss this bargain. Listing Listing No. 218 A.

Habana-Madrld Club Junior Club To won honors for Key West the progress of rehabilitation in name picks him out of the tion. apr3-2tx ,I No. 178. I .
and will do more if given the proper Key West. water places him in the palm of Here is a real home-Bungalow l '
Dance TonightThere Meet TomorrowMembers support. his hand and says 'Now open at Two-story home on Flagler having 7 rooms, all modern int.

The performance will not last your mouth and I'll give you PRINTING-Quality Printing The Art- Avenue corner property ideal lo.cation provements; 80 rose trees or stior
will be a big dance at of the Junior Wo-I all evening so those attending can R. T. Childs representing the something nice.' the Lowest Prices. -just the home you are ;in yard 10 different junds of 1
Habana-Madrid Club man'tf remindedof Duval Bond and Mortgage\ company still' man Press. aug7 looking; for Listing No. 245. fruit and
the tonight.! Club are being still go elsewhere later. "The fish, lying perfectly I trees two bearing grape.
Music for the affair will be furnished the social meetiag which is I I who was in Key West for a opens his mouth. receives a piece SECOND SHEETS 500 for 50c. Exceptional Bargain-Furnished I Ylnel. Located one half bloc

by two orchestras. scheduled for 5 o'clock tomorrow I............... .......c week looking after the company's of lobster, is duly petted and returned -II The Artman Press.- aug7 two-story home on Whitehead' from City Park; in a moat desIrable

This>> dance had been planned,1 I afternoon. Today In History interest here and on the keys left to the pool." I street in exclude neighborhood,I lcLborLd. Near school', churek

to honor the All States Society. The affair will be held in the, yesterday afternoon for New York. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. BOO fronting Coral Park and beautiful]' and Yacht_Ba. .. SIM of I. .*O

which was expected to arrive in!I,i Key West Woman's Clubhouse on I sheets $1.25. The Artman view of ocean. No better local ion] bJ 90 feet **r'*e. $5,500. Term,

this city today. The group faibdto ,, Division street. Hostesses will btMjisses I 18CO-First ony expres riders Miss Lorraine Armstrong left MRS. ARCHER I I Press, Citizen Building. could be found and the price is hall cash Listing No. 120.

.arrive but the dance will still!I \ Nellie Louise Russell Ca-j left Sacramento to ride east, and yesterday afternoon for !Miami\ for jun27tf right. Listing No. 265. -

be held. I, mille Pierce and Florrie Ketch-' St. Joseph, Mo., to ride west. a visit with relatives in Miami.\ ) CONVALESCINGA Seven-Room Bungalow in wet
Undoubtedly there will be a,! ings. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two Her. is your opportunity for desirable residential section.. All

large crowd in attendance tonightas ,i I( _.-- - I bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of income property-Location, United modern conveniences House in the
many reservations have already -; Sewing Club To 1882-Jesse James killed at St Miss\ Ruth Cook and Lrother.1 fice. oct161 street, near White street best of condition. Open plumbing
Mo. Ford of his Ned, daughter and son of message received here by Southern Improvements This U real
been made for the affair. Joseph by one exposure. etc. a bargain i: 3.
I' Hold Meeting I'own gang. Cook general agent of the ', APrs. W. P. Archer states that her I BENJAMIN LOPEZ I consists of two small cottages new. 500 takes; it. Term can b. ac

---- I ern I'acific Lines in Cleveland, dau Mrs. Kenneth I ly repaired and painted. Live in ranged. Listing No. 91.
DeMolays Have Members of the Pythian Sisters I Ohio, were visitors in the city yes Archer who recently underwentan FUNERAL HOME i one and rent the other. Terms can

Social Hour I Needle Craft Sewing Club will! 18J6-Privde: exhibition ofEdison's II' terday and left in the afternoonfor I operation in Miami, is doing I Established 49 Yaar II IIJCe be had and the price is right. List. Unimproved Building Lot. Sii.,
vitascope which gave Miami and will soon be able to be I Iremov..d I We!'* Oldest I IZ4Ho.r
meet tomorrow afternoon at ::1:30; I nicely ins No. 49. 50 by 150 feet; location, EagU
:An interesting meeting of Robert " o'clock at the home of Mrs.\ Ivan lit th to moving pictures.1918Announcement from the hospital.Mrs. I Ambnlanc Service II III Le Avenue Meacham sub-division
I For location this cannot
I Mrs.\ Joseph Williams and Archer was operated on in I I Lico.sod E..bal.r Price $550. Terms be .
J. Perry Chapter, Order of\: Khvood in Griffin Lane, it was;; son I can arrang.ed.
beat Corner lot, fronting ocean
i iI
Pia. 8W -
of Coral 138
Joseph, Jr., left yesterday after. the University Hospital Listing No. 92.
DeMolay. was held last night at,,j announced today. i ii that *..rstJear's I I paved
Hotel Casa Marina
the Scottish Rife Hall, corner1Simonton 'i -- .. I 1 1an ) cost of war amounted to j i noon for Miami\ to spend a while : Gables. The message reports that next to and skEewalk.and sea wall
I street
and' Eaton streets. I enjoyable Social hour wash V-M>00',000, : I'on the road to recovery. Size of 100 I.t"wMerfrontago
During the' ineeing short talks ."lt. Delicious refreshments, ])re- \lIie'I : 'at'once.. Propertyfwust told. property
.. , I .bej' 1
before her ;
' i Miss A'rcher was "by .ioolr..t. Price $3.Liatng .
Were heard from Dad Curtis pare Stanton and Ralph B: Boyden.After { I chairman, Joe Richardson wt'rel' I ; "I marriage Miss\ Mary\ Louise marriage. Miss Lois Sterling of 4f.1I:lu.A, T ':, 500., "TtVmsi'lha'lf; !'\ ::.i.. An '.dd -

': : transacting. 'all 'business! ;Served: W' 9! 1V2D-Official 1 opening of the Johnson. left yesterday afternoon I II this city. TJ1FAST Here is'."\opportunity\ a ,. DO-eftJof! water frontage
I'' )[Irs. Dolly Curtis Gann fight at time-i-TV toryt ". 40OeetJa4jtid'this
to join Mr.\ Woods in Miami. life; me eur f proper.
.. ._ .- . ...."..........--- I Washington for social sUlft'macy.1 rooms and kjtcen' i: Jirat R'I'; ?ft caniaUS be'purchased, if de-

............. ........ FAMILY HANGS UP RECORD I IMr P.: B. Ghent of the FERA. FREIGHT SERVICE four bed r om.l ij1sitLon ul ..ired. W.tfuldinake stre of prop.

;;: I I safety division was an arrival by t. FAR-SIGHTEDNESS' iloor; all modern conveniences; ert,. then 400 by 400 feet. Tak.
Today'sAnniversai'ies 1930:; Radio telephone service
I ( A muuelald rrr,,) < plane yesterday to confer with Nearly all children are born instantaneous water heater and advantage of this offer" Listing
between U. S. and
FORT WORTH, Tex.-Rex Ic- opened local officials on matters pertaining NEW YORK far-sighted and a great ma- electric pump; garage etc. This No. 71.Here.

f fI Fall of Abilene a freshman at !I Chile Uruguay to certain phases of the activities I jority remain so for life. Every is part of an estate that must be

s....................... I I Texas Christian university is the i! MANY OF SAME NAME on the keys. 1 and BOSTON child should be carefully examined settled. Property in the best of U 'a Real Snap in WaterFront
I I -- by a trained specialist, condition and $1.800 cash takes Property in business section
1755 Simon Kenton Indian
-- 35th member of the house of Me-\
fighter pioneer and frontiersman | Captain W. II. D. Hinchman. I From Key West alternate Fridays each year before going to it. Worth double. Listing No. of the city-Size 134 by 216 feet.
Fall to attend the institution since j WOODBINE, Ia.-Calling the 264. Machine shop'and lumber shed onproperty.
West for
who in brief
I was Key a school:
of the West, born in Farquier Co., I" matter of first From New York alternate Tuesdays
roll namesto
1887. is just a $18,000 take it. Term.
vacation left the highwaythis An
over ordinary sight test will
Va. Died I
near Zanesfield Ohio, I Miss\ Grace Gu 'ettt', teacher of morning for Islamorada not do, as most far-sighted If you are interested iD small one-third cash. Listing No. 155.
April 29, 183G. a country school near this cit). From Boston alternate Saturdays individual Islands actprices before
i win, California's rioneer one of i children can pass with ease. It
i i177G the most noted figures the American ?he has eight pupils, and the last Ale* !M2W ORLEANS t. KEY WEST often happens that the children advance. The prices aDd Best of location. Corner prop
-Harm Jan Huidekoper name of each one is Barry. I locations are right. Our exclusive Size. 50 by 100 feet. In the
; turf has known born in Butler j ; ; Chafing and Alternate "Vd..da7u. ArriveKejr passing the best sight tests .
Meadville Pa.. business man, lay fill wants
West Hee. day f.ll.wl.g.CLYDE'MALLORY listing can your main business block on Duval
Co., O. Died March 1, 100U. i l Itching Rash suffer the most from headache
theologian founder of its theological
Subscribe to The Citizen. street. I* offer.d at a great sac.
school, born in Holland. I IISINOI easily soothed by the and eye-strain. Water front property on Big rifice for a quick sale Take advantage

Died May 22, 1851. 1835-Harriet: Prescott Spof- i j bland medication ofResinol 2.inu' :I DR. J. A. VALDES Pine Kef near hotel and post of of this opportunity. Listing
ford, popular novelist, born atj IF YOU'RE PAST 40 AND -
I C. F. SMITH, Agent.Key I fice fronting 300 feet of water No. 64. ,_
1783-Washington Irving. beloved Calais, Maine.\ Died near New-! CAN'T SLEEP TRY THIS West I 532 DoT a I Street and 400 feet on County Road. tI

h1storian. novelist and es-: buryport, Ma s.. Aug. U. 1921. i This location cannot be better. The Most desirably loca'Ud propef.

sayist, born in New York City. 1 Nervous people should drink ._ ,--- price; i i. right and term can bo arranged. ty 'on Southard street. ,Sic, SO

Died near Tarry tow n, N. Y., Nov.I! 1837-John Buroughs among | water at bedtime with a spoonfulof I I Listing No. 79. feet, 2, inches by 74.f..t. Im
the delicious Vinol (iron tonic). ,-, -
great American naturalists, .
28, 1850.:>> | pro..ment.'e..ilt.-of;,
: author interpreter of nature, born'' Nerves relax sound sleep follows. Acreage on Big Pine Key. Thisis eight-room home, fronting Soataard -
1822-Edward Everett Hale, near Roxbury, N. Y. Died March Vinol gives new pep strength. he .BOlydwinlleci water front property on the:Atlantic street'. and a 'la-room. cottage.,

clergyman humanitarian, author' 29. 1921. I Oriental Pharmacy. 't I and front Newfound fronting alley In rear of property.

of; "The Man Without a Country" i j -. -L I Harbor Key. Size of property. 150 First $%,700 take. it. Listing N..
----- -- --- -- - - 'D01l
born in Boston. Died there, June ___ ACCEPTING IMiTATIONSn acres. The price is right. Term.: 197.
10, 1909. --- I I One-third cash and balance canU

j1R23 j Co. To act the original' DiY* 100% Pare Paint _ arranged. Listing No. (69.; A Cotta,. Laving 7 rooms and

-GeorKe: II. Derby, sol- ( P & 0STEAMSHIP I Beswefo MADE IN BALTIMORE. nun MOTTHEERDAVlSCft Ideal Home Site On North bath in most desirable .location.
dier. noted humorist I
writer of
born leek, for Daris 100% Pure Paint ha often beta Bea ilay, at Dedhani. Mass. Diedin
imitated but never duplicated. : ::::..
New York 1861)' this Label _ size 99 by 150 feet. fronting 65 feet, located on Southard street,
City. May 15, Davis 100% Pure Paint conform with =-I Owner offer
Thisis White street.
PORT INDIES I three street, riparian right near
all, pore paint Law and s* the only paint : old I.I In
build home this for $3.000 if
the on
Effective March 18th 1935 I spot to your proprty
1828-Elias J. ("Li-cky"( BaldBumsteadsWonnSymp' that CUriCi a guarantee of purity ==
I Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, I and the price u right. Listing the next 60 days. Listing No.,

12:20! P. M.Leave I Cook for this Guarantee on the Label I No. 212. 189.

Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, .
Leave Key West for Port and Mondays w.heus______b.any_.h.Punt Ma*.*ct.rar of_aaiJu....... _ _
Tampa Thursdays
I 6:30 P. Au ...._ ..> .ads ky w m BalCMKm and taU tar**** DcJ n_!*.. '
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ar '& IT NE PItVAIls. Ticket Gorrl, 1898 BALTMOREMn( PAUL 'SEN$ COMPANYPhone
IV.i4t.. Mwrrii:* and rF1 I Reservations and Information at Ticket Offico on taa
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Pv ::OIJ.rrctrk'Me a l buttle.fft. *,*.. .twld ..ver'WbufIur j Dock' 'Phone J.71 H. COST..R. A.t.I G. C. ROBERTS Corner Car&JIJe and Wlam Streets

C. A. '.usiim. II. ".J. l'kiI4llhl1 $ 153 Office ftl9 Fleming P. O. Box 303

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