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 5, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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

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I For65YearsDevotedtothe Associated Service.Press. Day Wire I IJC. 1k tv l&est (CttBen 1 t? most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather"an, average Iftis'in the the I I

I Best: Interests of Key West ] range of only 14 Fahrenheit

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Leadership r Now Most Difficult GIVEN PRAISE WORLD TRAVELER VISITING HERE Improved Night Defenses Will Render

Problem Confr( Republicans FOR .COURTESYTOWTORS, [I. TERMS KEY WEST AS MARVELOUS Air Attacks Less ftfnacing"1 Jtefi* In Future

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"Key West is marvelous. Key tales-Grimm, Hans Christian Anderson -.- -. _ 4-. -
National Club Advocates! NG-CHECKON, I and others, and right: at
PORTER NORRIS AND E. West is superb. I know of no I
this minute thinking of Key FERA ARRANGES NEWCOMMinEirWORKTOR
I II Wl'it't 1 I Science Develops Plan
Many Changes In Activities -!' YfcftNTARY HOURSFERA YOUNG OF PAN-AMERICAN ether city which gives promise of : reminds me of Aladdin and the
I Wonderful Lam)). You have the I : To And
Spot Bombing
Pertaining: To AIRWAYS. GAIN APPROBA. greater possibilities than this city lamp of Aladdin right in KeyOne !' FOR GIVING OUT PAPY I

TION IN MATTER of yours, and there is no doubt in!i West- Other Planes At Considerable -
Coming CampaignBy REQUESTS EMPLOYESTO I' of Mr. Pennock's suggestions COttONDRESSFSS
my mind bat that it will some day is that a replica of Aladdin'slamp : KEY WEST REPRESENTATIVEGIVEN Distance
from which a touch of the
Porter Norris and Ed Young, of I be known as the world's greatest NEW ASSIGNMENTSIN
owner brought foith a genii which
the traffic division of Pan American .
BYRON PRiCEChIf resort." did the will of the owner and created -
( .( IIurrM. 1 br Airways, gained the approbation -I marvels, be made by thou- j I LEGISLATURE By HOWARD W. BLAKESLEE
..1'.... \\...1.&'.A..o'la..1 and praise of Paramount Pictures This brief the of ...
I is in opinion ] fands and one given to each vi...i-1!, 4.Ia.ri..d .1' Srlrnre EdIm.rp
An exceptional'' interesting I II All relief laborers both skilled yesterday; afternoon by a :| H. Hardcastlc Pennock world i i tor that comes to this wonderful j SOCIAL DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK, April S.-Raiding
cross-section of republican >ent-i I and. unskilled, employed by the display of courtesy to an officialof ,:i traveler and philanthropist, of !:"city. Ulr .\...rl.trd. rr..m
; Key West Administration today the company and his wife. 1 New York and West Palm Beach, : Mr. Pennock regrets that he h LOCAL ADMINISTRATION TALLAHASSEE April S. planes riding tu attack underCover
roent has been put before the! were requested to inquire of! Mr. Norris and Mr. Young were ; who with Mrs. Pennock and )
II Mrs.1 not able to stay longer; but is called Representative B. C. Papyof of darkness will not be tha
country by the National Republican -!! Claude Candolfo the number of ( booked to ret! rn to Miami yesterday I' Wm. L. Christensen, also of New ) I to West Palm Beach and left !:,
hours of volunteer work still out- afternoon with reservationsall ] Cotton dresses made same kind of they were
are being
York, enjoyed a short stay as I over the highway yesterday; afternoon Monroe County has b..f'1I !
club of New York. I standing against their original i i checked and they were readyto guests of Keith Morgan, vice president with Mrs. Pennock and I' by the sewing section of the social, on' in the World war,

The speeches at the club's pledge. j I leave when Ernest Richards, of the Warm Springs Foundation -. Mrs. Christ..n't'n. j j I I service department of the Key given assignments many

..fta'If "* t Ud the setup decided upon !department head of the Paramount at the Molly Parker resi After a short stay in West Palm J West Administration for distribution -I committees in the tower. lie., TJi*.* night air defenses avail-

cent dinner covered ,almost< .!isiuoiing; when relief workers! organization arrived on the scene. dence. Beach he will leave for New York to relief families, but the I leaIa.1!* 1 t 4t.1 lf'in 1919. were crude com-
whole range of party jtuiy'V1,: ii've4 in 288 hours of vo'-un-j'! Mr. Richards expalined the imperative Seen at the residence yester- and after remaining there for ] plan, at the outset, is that the branch of the state : ,* *' "

4.$Dion1 ter til ,, including that done for| necessity of being in Mi- day, Mr. Pennock did not display':' ibout one month will ]leave for his dresses will be apportioned among ? .witL-the-. scientific eyes and

on one point there was-C., no- .nis4' t{cy Wkt generally, in their own'' ami at an early hour as there any hesitancy in voicing his: annual tour of European, coun-1. lelief families with the larger; ture. \J t *ardevejoped. in the last IS years

pute. Either directly or,1 by> "J.... .arls 04 homes, as well as that of I I were a number of important papers thoughts on Key West. In fact, he tries. j families. Yesterday Mr. Papy was 'I if,,.\*)'t h. U: .! s.. and the
; Ln I hich .1r Gandolfo has a record, i. to be signed and,sent by air. I seemed delighted to tell The Citi-i He is associated with Mr. Morgan \ -j'II The dresses are being made I l ,. j.* army SperryrrcoP.
plication, the speakers,calledthe t I the workers are to receive their mail last evening. zen jut what his views were and, and a group of other philanthropists from cotton received through the placed on th. efficiency .committee .:'Company..

party to capitalizelwhat t ycOI.cei..d honorable discharges from the The only way this could be accomplished -I his beliefs as to the future. who are devoting their j j i State office from the Federal I and at addition to this t The ears:S'*ill pick UI planes 15
'Volunteer' Work Corps. These are'' was by his going on the One period of each year Mr. time and money in cancer research I I Surplus] Commodity Corporation.
: to be a definite drift of 1,, being printed now. j plane to Miami which would afford -. Pennock spends in Europe and has work. They have a staff of emin- j I I I They are being produced in various -f t has been assigned to othercommittees miles away; locate them, exactlyin
popular sentimedt from the him a narrow margin of timeto continual-I: the darkness at seven to eight
away visited all of the watering places "nt scientists who are j sizes, patterns and styles for ]
democratic administration complete the details of the I and health reports and says': thereis ly at work in efforts to conquer!I I girls] and women on the relief: namely: miles; even distinguish the roar ofa
ati I business and get the papers off no place he has been which is this dreaded diesase! he said. j(I rolls. [ Appropriations, Canals and I bomber} from that of a decoy
Washington. j: I in time to arrive at their destination comparable] to Key West in possibilities -': Much of his time in Europe is Under the distribution plan,I
I plane; and also allow correctionsfor
on a certain specified date. Drainage, Commerce and Na -
TO PARTICIPATE idea and Mr.Pennoel
of beautification and at- rpent on great the mother in each relief family
One school of a.ked'for
thought, i wind
Learning of this Mr. Norris and be.' and speed of plane]
feels] that it will not
tractiveness. j! which is to receive an allotment igation, and Fish and Game.
a general condemnation. of I IN YACHT RACE Mr. Young relinquished their ;, "The boulevard affords a grander so very long I before success will j j from the section will choose the I j The eyes, 60-inch reflecting
the changes of recent months, and ,1 reservations to Mr. and Mrs. himself and I
and more comprehensive view meet the efforts of i style and size of the dress for her Ir r mirrors with 800,000,000 candle-
for a rallying around the constitution. Richards, remained in Key West than the Malecon] in Havana," he colleagues and they will be readyto children. beams, will illuminate the
f i ii until the departure of the afternoon PASSENGER ON power
The other school admonished left for said, "and some day, not in a year give to the world the gloriousnews : Every bit of the surplus commodity planes before they come within
the party to think and i;i FOURTEEN HAVE ENTERED Miami.train on which they j or several years hut in less than of their discovery. cloth] is used in one wayor 1 1 the range of the defending guns.

} ; a (decade he feels confident that Before ]leaving The Citizen another the smaller cuts, which; SHIP ARRESTED The lights pick the flyers at
talk less of the past, accept:!\ FOR EVENT BETWEEN HAVANA Their stay between plane leaving -. known asked Mr. Pennock if he thoughtthe : UI
West will be
Key every
thrown about
might be the
ordinarily betweentheirspotting
i iI away
time that of the train afforded
changes more readily, and be'! of the FERA ,
AND KEY WEST; TO them of center of civilization as the worlI's program | being used in making c llns.cufts t by the ears or
thankful had not fur- an opportunity ideal I would get the results! he had! so
things spot."There
with I and) other trimmings for MAN TAKEN IN CUSTODY sound, detectors, and the extreme
START SUNDAY : seeing Key West in. company will be a new Riviera unsurpassed beautifully described] in his word t
the |
ther than have. print dresses.
they range.
] in of
I Miss Betty Maloney charge: by any' offerings of picture of the future of Key West ;i GAVE NAME OF V.
Taken together, these utterances . the ]landing: barge and their experience foreign countries. With foreign He replied! thtt all it required } Remnants too small to be u l'II' Mobility A Factor,
portrayed more graphically !' they said, is one they ''in these ways are sent to the t ti M. MARTIN The whole of automotive

trouble progress
!I Word was received toJty I I.y the shops" foreign modistes and was thought "The a handicraft
than anything else since; the will never forget S i| workshop where they
i Key West Administration that 14)) ; who cater to the elite in every great: many people is that they I transportation is sunune'l
are u.ced in foot stools.NEW.EDITIONOF .
Roosevelt: regime began the aspirations [i failing craft would be in the Ha- Every attraction in the city way. You people] in Key West only think they think. But thoughts I Itl Directly after the arrival of the up in the transport of these eyes
of republican leaders vana-Key West yacht race which was visited and explained in r.ll its have'the possibilities for every- have already brought forth material Steamship Cuba yesterday from an-e\t1C.. 'They: are ibuiltjfarti ; ''t
and the difficulties! which. standiin details by Miss r.l loney. Before them' results in Key West" he i '. er .1 th "taoitfa 'auttwttcraJV
ill .climaxing the annual }Miami-St., : thing. The necd.L% to grasp Hanna Chief Deputy Sheriff -
Ihe way of partycolwsion to 'leaving"-ior'U3mi both OInt: Morris believed] that They ride on trucks at 25
Petersburg-Havana face ihi year. I t and 'put them to use. ifaid. and he every tl Clements Jaycocks, assisted by guns.
realize those aspirations. I The boats are scheduled] to leave and Mr. Young told The Citi-', "To me there is nothing like itanywhere. .. picture he had verbally drawn I FLA. MOTORIST t ) ; Deputy Enrique Mayg, arrested a miles an hour and traverse any
Four Approaches zen they had always] liked Key said. be realized. I kind of where wheels do
[: Havana at I 5 p. m. Sunday and Mr. Pennock would some day pasrenger from the vessel, who ground .
What was said around the table] I should start arriving in Key Wl'!>t' West but on this visit they had "You plant a seed here today and : Concluding] Mr Pennock srid. i gave his name as V. M. Martin, not sink.
is worth a somewhat more detailed about daylight Monday morning. been completely) sold on the city in a few days the seed has sprouted ': ; "My God. man. if Key West. justas suspected of being implicated in j They are compact enough for

examination: Norberg Thompson and Clem C. i I! and would sell its attractions to and the growth arises from the it is. was in Europe all of the THE CITIZEN RECEIVES COPY the killing of Louis Bosch in Miami [crowded military roads to pass

Theodore Uoosevclt: ] openly and Price are in Havana having: ]left patrons of the Pan American ground. It is marvelous. | people) in the United States, who in 1934.Though under bridges through. tunnels
sharply condemned the policies of here on the Cuba Wednesday afternoon lines. 1 i "I am a great reader of fairy I cou'd, would flock there to see it." OF FIRST QUARTERLY I the prisoner gave his I and to permit of rapid handling.

the administration. and are making final] arrangements -' 1 -- ISSUE name as Martin his description Even for defense of fixed. objectives

Harold U. Hoffman, the young for the races into Key I NEW SHIP MAY I I ......:..S..S..S..I.....5.....,55... 1 I corresponds:: in every detail with I ; ,:such ali (cities water
republican governor of New Jersey -I West.Tuesday. that sent out by L. O. Scarboro, ways, railway junctions and cowl

condemned some of these it was announced tha COME TO PORT'1\i ECONOMIC I HIGHLIGHTS I I Th first quarterly hsue of. chief of detectives in Miami, ark-. fortifications, the use' of' mobile
policies] ]largely indirectly.i nine boats were entered in the ]last' 1 I "Florida Motorist" has neen reJ ing for the arrest of Freddie j i searchlight, sound detector and

Herbert Hoover did not men-'I race in the annual event, but the i J ceived at the office of The Citizen -' Bosqje,. suspect in the Bosch kill- guns has advantages over non-

tion the administration, at all, but cablegram] today did not name the and as usual it is replete wIth ing. [ mobile defenses.
inferentially expiessed) dissent additional boats which have been : NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY ;i Happenings That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend) ftories and information pertain1j I II Deputy' Jaycocks carefully ]looked Fast-travelling units permit
tendencies of entered since that time.A Individual National .. the made minute ''[ flexibility in 'disposition of d!;.
from the general I TO HAVE VESSEL STOP | Checks and Tax Bills of Every ; j ing to South Florida and the keys. over suspect ;
present-day Washington; thought. variety of entertainment has ; and International Problems Inseparable j Curried on the last five pages.of comparisons with the description ,j i fenses and quick replacement of
Glenn Frank president of theUniversity been )planned for the yachtsmen. AT KEY WEST ,. the issue are stories' of the re-, and decided he was the man want. ,!! gun and lights; out of commit
of Wisconsin spoke following their arrival in KeyWest. II j From Local Welfare ed.< I''sion.I They minimize the dangerof
) _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ ________ ______ ______ habitation of Key West, TortugasNew <
................. _._ _... 6 location destruction th
sympathetically of the pioblems A cocktail )party will be i aSSSS.5.. --- ----- --- -- - National Monument and I Finger Print Expert Roy Ham- and by ?

of high office, said the significant I ftaged in the afternoon at Haul's. i i Negotiations are now under way.{, "The 'full impact of business i purchase supplies or make an Fort Jefferson-"America's Dev-' lin was called to the sheriff's office enemy.j .
the Club, and in the evening a banquet I and after making prints of Defense
unrest No
growing Planes
element now was :: for the Steamship .Frigidaire, of discouragement is being visited 1 I advertising contract without first Us Island. i I j Hare
on the extreme left and j i is scheduled when the five the Isle of Pines Export: and Import .I I 'obtaining of the. C. R. Collins: president of Flor-' Martin's or Bosque's. compared ,I i Against detection by the ear
warned the republican party it cups being offend in the race will Company, to make Key West ;t upon members of Congress, says the consent ida Motorists, Inc., publishers of them with those furnished by the the'Ianes have no defen e. Jlaf-
would! get nowheie if it clung to i be prp ('nt,11. The banquet which ; a port of call when the schedule] !: ':'the United States News. "The'I[ federal regulatory' authorities. the tnagrizin, Mrs. Collins and'' Miami sheriff's office and found flint their engines would not help.

the old! eider and failed to face" : t: js I leing held at elmonicos Res- of the vessel between )Mobile KeyI tide of protest against restrictive,I' The"bill's prospects for passing their son Wre"1 in Key West yes-j'them identical in every detail. For the! propellor tips make as
realistically] the facts of ( a'i| taurant. will be followed with) a West and Isle of l'ines is estab.. legislation is .rising.." were extremely poor a short time tprday and Mr' Collins made a chanced: world.. .1 '?1;.dance. .at the.1I al.I.-1\Iadr.ill. CI, ,h. I lished. I The nubIle attitude toward the .ag -'-it was' m committee,, and 1 courtesy rail at this office. ', rheriffa office! in Miami wU1eJI-' {is not evii'" the appreciable: di-
Leadership Difficulty ,", 1[ William I.. lorter is donating! 1? Captain C. H. Dixon. formerly last Congress was one of sympathyand 'I, relatively Tjevr Congressmen show.S A* usual. Mr. Collins was in' ed over long distance' and a- description ..<'miiiution"'of'the noise if the en-
the for first winner in ,ii ed( tnthUKiatnl: :For K. I Then of the finger'print*''Uken --
Here are four distinct method-\. cup, place j with the Mobile Ship Chandlery patience.,* Extraordinary legis- any high 'spirits' and is: still imbued Igines'could be completely mu!-
of approach. They ruu the scale(. ('lass-A, while Mr.\ Thompson is I company, was! in Key West this,I lation was proposed) and pa.-*l'd i.the President 'Sssa*** his famous:1 I with'the'idfa' that there are'great. here read. In every detail ('veri?j jI ,[flea: ; ,
of what republican s|okesmoit.offering the CUt for winner in the! week and conferred with Charles with a,'!n ot opposition I statement to Congress on holding' thing*'in store for Key West. i I to the scar of a cut and one of ft'!i The propellor tips alone re
j ,I'
think can profitably be said now Class-R] group. Second place cups Taylor. manager of the Porter from businesses and individuals.companies; threw the full weight I burn, they weresaid to be exactly i enough. Added to them is the

about the "new deal." for both classes arc being offeredby Dock company, on matters relative Unprecedented actions were accepted -i i of his influence behind the bill.S i I alike. I II I i noise from air rushing past struts
Two of the t-pt'akt.'rs-lloH-' the Key West Administration.The 'I to establishing the schedule.. i by the public without argument -''Congressmen fell in line, and it PLAYWRIGHT I Final decision will be made this ,: and wings,
: Julius] Pamonstein is offered .) ,I that the bill the arrival] of *
Cup There was relatively little scented inevitable afternoon upon i The .
man and 'rank-spokt. out plain- Captain Dixon left for Havanaen j I ears are paired trumpet.'shaped
ly. in the presence of Mr. Hoover. to the first boat reaching. route to the Isle of Pines Wed- criticism of Congressional Inland \' :!>i would pass in practically the same AUTHOR DEPARTS representative from Chief Scar-I; objects, which look like
the Key West Yacht Basin. Mr. ) ( the form it had been introduced. boro's office. I II
leader : : almost no criticism of loud-speakers. They are set nine
in favor of "new party nesday. While he is away :Mr. Tay : i ii
Damenstein) is of Miami. "tide of protest" rose I I
I Then the
President. :
feet At this distance they
ship." Therein lies the difficulty lor will discuss the matter with ]I apart.
In order that Key Westers will 'I Today the situation is very Utility companies sent letters to I the direction of sound.
once you get: away from theory, local merchants and shippers, and MILDRED HARRIS HAD BEEN STR. CUBA HAS I pick up
1 ,
not have to spend unnecessary i .: their stockholders, urged them to
and oratory, and undertake to, have the necessary data to furnish !i different. Congress is being damned -j i i hence the direction of approach'ing
translate thought and aspirationinto time at the yacht lain awaiting the information to Captain Dixon'',:' reviled and denounced. And li I;: write to their Congressmen. They VISITING IN KEY WEST I planes. .

action. I.I the arrival of the sailing craft, ar- when he returns. I I criticism, is reaching out towardsthe i I';' ran advertisements opposing the i 80 PASSENGERS:! Their mechanism includes .'pick.I

Under the American system a angements have been mad with The El Frigidaire is a vessel of White House, which, less than i Il! bill, and pointing to what its!!i SEVERAL MONTHS I Ii I ups for all the>.main frequencies

party can hope to accomplish little Fire Chief Harry Baker to ring 1.218 gross tons and 720 net tons. 1 I a year ago was almost sacrosanct.effect, would be. An association i j jI I of.sound produced: by airships. 'In
out five peals on the fire bell each of utility industry, according -
Those who restrictive ]laws composed low-toned
except by organized effort.-It It is refrigerator equipped oppose { Steamship Cuba, of the P. and ,, present bombing planes
must follow some sort of leader time a yacht is sighted coming in throughout and has capacity for have apparently decided that the(! to News4V'dek-broughl I, Mildred Harris, well known O. S. S. company returned I sounds predominate. Smaller

if it goes into battle hoping. to the home stretch..GlvfcONCmAT. 15 first class] passengers. J I I time when silence could do any'j j out its heaviest artillery. Result:: playwright and author, who was day afternoon with, 68 1ester-j planes emit sounds of higher

win. There is objection to the. :: good is past; that they have every.,t Senate and House postofficeI1 pending several months in Key I five second classjjfor ,[, pitch.

old republican party leaders and \ thing to gain and nothing to lose I1 p forces have had to work nightsin t West withj-firendBjtief if,yesterday passengers Key Wet; seven first class for j ji ,t "Eyes' Follow 'Ears'
whom LOCAL ANGLERS by pressing their side of the case,\ order to handle the thousands I afternoon ,/or.New' York tuvel-! :1] t\\
leader ]
LI t.
thrrp is no new j Tampa. I Ij j I As the ears of these military
with force and forthrightness. I of letters to Conressmen oppo: ", ing in.eOrnjamsy with Miss Harris lo tk .
the dissenters I sailed
either the old leaders or I The vessel .j robots turn toward the attacking
from them have shown MARINEHOSPITAL! ENJOY OUTING I An excellent example of the bill. is theH-iung daughter??/Eugene for Tampa )with 11 passengers aDd_I S force, the searchlight beass turn
change is found in the responseto tUpshot,\ : of the flood of correspondence I O'Keill, afso'famed in the literary !I'
any disposition to follow. i ___ freight. I II synchronously with the4m. Thei
resolution! Introduced and theatrical world.] t
the } was a -
Public Att of 1935.1
II Utility Standard,
,, the
The sum of it i is that the republican I ( Fruiter Ceiba. of i lights turn much more accurately
'! Norris, to inves..j Mis Harris is co-author' the I '
usually referred to the Ray by Senator I II Is
party has been giving: A l hand l concert program was ; Rev. James S. Day and Captain : as .I t Fruit and Steamship Company than human eyes can folpw bui -
increasing evidence that it is presented yesterday by the Key John Sawyer, "tarpon specialist"."i burn Bill, because it was introduced -.1) tigate the source of this "prop. play, "Jane Doe", which is now in I due in 7 o'clock tonight from New man ears. |

aroused and individually ready West Hospitality Band: for patients report an evening of exciting by Representative Rayburr i I', aganda." That, in the view 01)r' preparation for production by JedI' i| York consigned to the ''Porteri ,i: Both eyes and ears ,jre con.i

for action but .still torn between in the Marine; Hospital. !' sport last night during which Rev.': of Texas. If this bill passes,, many unbiased newspapers, was Harris who has produced a num-i I Dock Company for fuel oil. The, trolled on a single 5.>trument
direction lines by almost utility holding cOm.1 i rather ridiculous] --it is no secret; ber of stage successes and among taking bunkers,'
snapped every
conflicting: opinions as to which The band h under the Day had three vessel will. after board. the "comparator.? It looks
way it should turn.ITHERE'SAREASON. I of Alfredo Barroso. The numbers the usual big ones that got away.'( pany in the nation will be forced I 11; (Continued on Page Four) I them the "Tobacco Road. sail for Frontera, Mexico.HabanaMadrid [like the face of a giant buff, with

offered for the entertainment of : However, they brought back i Jto go out of business betweer II' S I two enormous eyes, an| a small
the hospital patients included: two nice ones about fifty pounds 1937 and 1940-and, in addition,,: THE REDSHAWLER" REGULAR PRISONER > round mouth underneath

I "Washington Post," "Moonlighton each as proof that they don't all I during that interim practically P Benefit Commercial Dept. I j"[ Club I These comparator and
I Whv so many l people have their 'I HOUSTON, Texas-Like the rpy
Hudson," "ChampagneWaltz. off the hook. every operating utility company' West High School
j t PRESCRIPTIONS! filled atGardner's the get Key Titus Scott, 39-j I Tomorrow Night mouth are dials, under Fontrol of
homing pigeon
J.j J.
." "Around the CampFire Captain Sawyer is to be ctn- will be subjected to the iron-clad L, dlh. 800.-
i TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK ,operator, moving
I Ii his federal year-old negro, of this city, always -I I 5-NEW ACTS-5 I lODe
I Pharmacy ." "Wajron Wheels] "Songsof gratulated on having landed control of a commission I 000,000 candle powerflight to
: HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM returns to jail. He was recently DANCE'
Quick S..nice-Hillae.t I the Sunny South," "Anchors fish without the use of a gaff, buti So sweeping are the bill's provi' I FLOORSHOW 10{ the points picked the sound
4%___ I .____ 2S locked for the fifty- 7-Two Orchestra up by
up till
i Quality Ingredients A\\eigh." and "Star. Spaogled! I i you'll have to see him for particulars -a sions that an operating company! Tickets I fifth r 1O p. m., 'detectors! 4 .

I Phone 177 Free Delivery Banner." as to how the gaff was lost. could not engage legal counse!I, Reserved Section 35e time. --- .. S. .


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: bt Q. [[151 tl j; BANISH THE RECKLESS DRIVER 1 KEY WEST IN 1 f r TODAY'S WEATHERHighest ]1 in in much north northwest change portion in portion temperature.Saturday tonight; and not:I Showers occurred and since thunderstorms yesterday morningin have

the Atlantic
States ex-
Sunday By
Published DalljrKzcept of traffic
Drivers with chronic cases I Jacksonville to Florida Straits! :I
TilE CITIZEN: I: Moderate east and southeast winds, cept southern Florida and in portions -
l. P. .ARTMA.V PrcsUcBt. negligence who have long continuous WEATHER FORECASTTill of the middle Mississippiand

From Th Citizen Building Streets strings of accidents against their driving !I' Happenings Here Just 10 Yean!Highest ........_.............._......__..871 and weather and Saturday partly overcast probably tonight I Ohio Valley. There has also
Corner Green and Ann Ago Today As Taken From I II Lowest .. ..... .... ., .. 72 ( 8 p. m., Saturday) showers north : been rain on the Pacific coast
.J,. Dally Newspaper In Key West; and Monroe, records will be ruled off the highways, if The File Of The Citizen i 1 Mean ..:?:::...?:::: --::: :::=:: :::::-:80 t Key West! and Vicinity: Fair I over portion Satur' from San Francisco northward
County.2nter.d bills such as recently introduced in the I I Normal Mean ---------------------------7-1 I tonight; Saturday partly cloudy) :! ; day.East Gulf: Fresh south and and snow from the northern Rock.
What is going to happen in Key Rainfall i )2 %t. southeast winds.WEATHER. ies eastward over the Lake Sif-
at Key West. Florida, as second class matter Oregon legislature by State Senator Bynonare I I'
West on April 8 that will benefit Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.- iili i ia perior region Minneapolis Minn.,
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR passed. the city more than even the Meacham -t Normal Precipitation... .05 Ins.j CONDITIONS reporting 6.0 inches on the ground
\\i i Associated Press the ..... I. this morning. Temperatures
Menber of the development question TbU rr rdo"*r 24- period I
The bill was originated by the Amer- Pressure is low this somewhat
morning below normal
in the
.L. Associated Press is exclusively entitled to Die being asked by hundreds of citizens rn ..r republication of all news dispatches credited tIt Tomorrow' Almanac from the middle Mississippi Valley northern Rockies, northern Plains
ican Automobile Association and carries the week '
otherwise credited In this paper and ala during past or so. i i\
or not .......... ... I southwestward over the Rio States, and New England and are
the local news published hero.'NATIONAL Key Westers have been trying to j Sun rises ... - 6:13: a. m. {/"
the endorsement of the National Councilfor I figure out just what could happento Sun sets... .... .....-.... 6:45 p. m. 1 ;! Grande Valley, with a disturbanceover generally near or above the seasonal
EDITORIAL Street and Highway Safety. It has benefit Key West more than Moon rises .......-.--__.. 8:17 a. m. 2' northern Texas, Abilene average throughout the remainder -
l( : IJ ASSOCIATION the Meacham development but it I Moon fets .................10:25 p. m. 29.74 inches, and high from the of the country with rises
II" c/Yl..e.nL/LeA.. /93S been in effect in a number of states for extreme upper Mississippi! Valley 1 of 10 to 18 degrees in the middle
is a difficult matter to hit on any- Tomorrow'. Tide Fair
eastward over the North Atlantic Mississippi Valley and southern'
SUBSCRIPTION! RATES several years. Under it, a driver respon- thing which would prove a : A.M. P.M.\ i ii t; not much change in temperature; States and thence southward to Plains States.

fie Year __ IO.OO L0Srbree sible for a certain number of accidents is er factor in the great-I i High ..........._.....J 10:21 10:45': gentle to moderate easterly winds. Florida, Sault Ste. Marie Mich., G. S. KENNEDY.
31x Months atonths J.U the city and all sorts of t Low ....... ...........- 4:08 4:11 : Florida: Partly cloudy, shower and Boston, Mass., 30.22 inches. Official in Charge.
Me 1: nth .tefitekly deprived of his license. The bill is reciprocal are being made. The I
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.21 mits that it cannot conceive of I I Barometer at 8 a. m. today: _ -. ---- - .
ADVERTISING: JUTES in that persons ruled off the roadsof anything which would be of I Sea level, 30.03. I II

Made known on application. one state cannot obtain a license to greater benefit than the !
fil'UCIAL NOTICE ment of the eastern end devt'IOp.1 I Lowest!! Highest
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions of drive in another state which has the Last .
same Station Night Yesterday
island, with its basin and attractive
yacht -
rrrpect. obituary notices, eta. Kill be charged for att Hiram Walker's blends have ittaste"L'
_* rate: of :u cents. line. bungalows cottages and Abilene ............66 'O I
Xotlo's for entertainments by ehurcnen from which law. States which have tried the law pro- hotels. The completion of that I Atlanta .... ....... 5Cl 78 I II.
Is to be derived 6 cents line.
are a
a revenue
The CUUen is an open forum and Invites discus nounce it extremely beneficial. will make Key West the most Boston ...... .. ... 3-2 50 1!
Son of public Issues and subjects of local or general famous winter resort in the south. i I I. Buffalo . ..... .. 32 44 I I II that good old !
interest but It will not publish anonymous communl Authoritative surveys demonstratethat whiskey
".U'.n. Charleston ....... 54 CG i ,
------ --- the habitually careless driver like the 11. Markovitz, who has conducted -I Chicago; _. .. .. 40 46I My
.... ....,. 30 COI r
Hue] :; expostulations are m.ore resounding a fruit and vegetable stand at I Denver
habitual criminal, never reforms. If he is Duvsl and Greene streets for I Detroit .............. 3C 48
than sound. ...... .... I ,..,,... .
.. .
reckless 72 78 "" ,, .
incompetent or congenitally un- many years, has! sold the business Galveston!! +-.y. .nxovxwvyln .{?z. :n.;:Fin .r. :
.... ..... :
to Abe Roenthal, according to an j. Havana 72 -
The intangible tax hurts just as'much able to drive properly the chances are announcement appearing in this Huron .... .. ... ... 28 32 i... ::. .. . I sd 1 as
that he will never change. No matter how issue. Jacksonville ...... 62 82.. w
or nearly so as the,tangible one. I!! Kansas City 44 GO' Htci
many accidents he may have and how -- -- ;:y II11hs t m oro
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Mt'achamarrivt'd KEY WEST __ 72 87 ns tut al .boa'ed 1
Buying from out of/town agents does many he may be arrested, he will in Key West this morning. i[ Little Rock ...... 64 70i Its only nor 1
continue to cause more accidents and violate They will be here for several days i i Los Angeles .... 54 61'Louisville Issl
very little to improve business in Key. while Mr. Meacham attends to .......... 52 64 I sbo nla
traffic laws.
West. n uf/ I more Thousands of cases business matters in connectionwith Miami ................ 64 86 p r
,, .-J are on record where one driver has been the tract of 1,000 acres Minneapolis\ ...... 28 32
responsible for a score or more of acci- which he has arranged to purchase New Orleans .... 66 82 I
No l labor seems quite so provoking as dents within short of from the Key West Realty com- New York ........._ 40 50 r. Walker s
Searching for and removing the pins in a a relatively period pany. The negotiations for the Pensacola .......... 70 76
time. Such drivers menace the life health formal transfer of the land will Pittsburgh .....--- 40 62 .. t.. bl sae. d wbts kle
new shirt. I and ._........ 52 62 I Ott b y re Ow 00
I property of us all-they have no rightto be consummated in the next few St. Louis E ea la Ib
drive automobiles.It I days. I Salt Lake City _. 38 56
i San Francisco .. 52 62 Sate .
The small counties bloc still dominates ;
is estimated that, after the 1935 Editorial Comment: One appropriate I Seattle .. ...." ... 38 52 r e
the legislature.1 The majority rulesas legislative sessions close, 85 to 90 per cent way in which to celebrate I Tampa ...... ...... 66 R2.. :. .
: always. Clean week is for of the Washington .36 4/i./ !! silo wont
Up some
of all motorists in the country will be affected .. 1,8h4' I;,la
_..... 36 > Ilm
old timers to get their hair cut. Williston .. 22 I 0p
by a safety responsibility law. It r I 4r r"D tnurr' 9Na is S E ody Q ,b slstI
The Times-Union says the-reason why will be a potent weapon in the war againstour Yesterday in the Strand Theater BENJAMIN LOPEZ t b l 1 cn Iskayt or

gentlemen; prefer blondes is they are mar- mounting toll of automobile accidents Knights of Pythias and the FUNERAL HOME ., 1 no. std null

ried to brunettes.It -nine out of ten of which are easily Pythian Sisters held a joint mem I{I Established 49 Yean I '
orial service which was largely at. t Key We!'* Oldest .
avoidable. tended. The services and the Selected I 24-Hour Ambulance Service
program were extremely I.t I. ., '* .
is remarkable how we manage to Licensed Embalmer I iv% &ifv **t
% ** x
get along without so' many things we thinkwe "WE KNOW NOBODY" appropriate beautiful. There readings were a and number vocal of P...... 13* -Night- -698-W-- jI i i 'Hmg- Of clues .1\nrm- 0'CLUIS t1aUCLUIS' ( .J. 0'

simply must have. numbers and the program was
I 40% straight 30%straight 23% straight
There may be a number of citizens of ended with a beautiful tableau. Pirates Cove Fishing Camp I whiskey S'S! years whhjtry 5H yean whiskey SH years
old 60% neutral! bid 70% neutral old; 77% neutral
We have our own idea of a man who Key West who have a habit of yearning to There will be a revival service ,I Pirate Cove Florida I holey.; uu&kry., ; whbl: y.Cabrera .

wants_ to be, always" and precisely, I dwell in larger metropolises. Like other held in the First Methodist church I I 20 Miles From Key West.on; [ /1 I I

mat14 maticaJy| .corre+t. human beings they are intrigued with this evening.. Rev. L. Munro willprecide the Overseas Highway

.t what they read of the large cities and be- and his subject will be" SWIMMING POOL
"Witnesses True and False.
If you must travel pay a visit to some lieve that life in apartments surroundedby These services will be contiuned FINE CUISINE Wholesale Co. Inc.
I I Grocery
other section of the United States. This theatres and skyscrapers would be the for one week.Automobiles. First Clan Accommodation ,

country is worth seeing.An utmost pleasure.For travel nearly Write Reservations or Telephone for Key West, Florida

their benefit let us offer the tes- ,. .
seventeen billion miles in -- -
a Rate
year : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day
exchange thinks fat people are timony of a man who lived and still livesin California, a traffic-flow surveyof American Plan rllllllllill.

good natured from necessity because they I such a place. lie has a nice suite in a the state shows. : .....eo..e..e..e..oeo..o................... ..............,

can neither fight nor run. large apartment, where men of good positions -

I live. Recently in talking about his KEY WESTCOLONIAL OVER-SEA HOTEL Ii IiI
Commodore Perry is credited wit'h "home," he said: HOTELIn 917 FLEMING STREET I We Invite You I

opening Japan to the world but it seems "We have lived here: two years and the Center of the Businessand -Rooms-

-x 1.!< two months. The people who live Person; With Bath $1.50a
-:- .Many of the remedies advocated to stairs did not even know it." First Sensible Clat*-Fireproof Rates I I WEEKLY Person RATES : To Drop In and See Qur :

ensure prosperity remind us how theignorant Now, if that is your idea of a good I Newly RenovatedNew I

are able to gull the innocent. place to live, and if you prefer existence of COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI EquipmentNew
1 Management Line Of
that type to the neighborly interest that is Garage Elevator NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Complete

The best way to relieve your feelings I taken in you and yours in Key West then Popular Prices I :
against anyone or anything is to write a i the best thing for you to do is to buy a .
. Wine and Sets
[letter, read it carefullyand: then tear it railroad ticket today and get out as quickly - -- -:- :- -'-'-- -- --- Liquor

up. T ? as you can. The so-called.small town

4.wJ itx- offers the average family tiie\4:1: best pos- P & Q. STEAMSHIP Co." Cocktail Sets Highball Sets i l

Trading at honieJuot| (; idle chatter; sible dwelling place, and the reason why UNITED STATES FAST

|f-jt i ( was, you wouldn't fliidjthe! nations of the small towns will continue isjbecause I MAIL ROUTES FOR Cordial Sets Buffet Sets. IS

"theworld setting up so matly tariff bar most families know this. :ffa.-. K.: ; 'sPERSHING'S ', PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES ,
riers. '.*%. Effective March 18th. 1935
I Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays
GRAMMAR 12:20 P. M.Leave I
1. If Congress should pass the soldiers' --- Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays

bonus bill over the president's ,veto the Ability to parse a sentence better days Leave 6:30 P.Key M. West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon- I !
Glass Tableware jfc
veterans of Florida will receive $21,921- than a fellow contestant for an appoint- Ticket. *. Reservations and Information at Ticket Office .. ta. a. : Specialties

858.79 but don't start counting the money ment to West Point gave the United Statesits Dock 'Phone 711
yet. General John J. J. H. COST:R. Ant- ,
greatest living soldier.
Beverage Sets Tumblers l\i

Pershing according to a story recently ---.-- ---.- ..---- ---- ------_ .
In the days of Columbus municipal published. I G.oblets. Steins Shells ; 5

patriotism was so strong in Italy that every I Hack in 1881, when three Missouri

eity hated its nearest neighbor and we in boys appeared before an examining board Your Champagne Stems Cocktail Stirrers ; N
the United States are still inoculated with which was to select an appointee to fill a OpportunityNow %

{that virus. For proof visit :Miami and vacancy at the Academy, Pershing was i j i

hear for yourself. one of the three. He and another boy
is the time to modernize your home and

I named Mallory were so evenly matchedthat to make such impro'emenlto your property as may I Electric Mixers Beverage Shakers \ \
Mussolini has rattled the sword be- the board was hard put to decide between be needful or desirable: before costs advance too t ,
fore. lIe has made them. i t
blustering speeches 1
much. Also Other : j
bn more than one occasion. Meanwhile he I As a final test the board proposed I

}has walked among the nations quietly and for parsing the sentence: "We are as I See us about the U. S. Government plan en Household Necessities and Specialties :

discreetly treading on few sore toes. His : near heaven by sea as by land." Pershingdid long term modernization loans.

bark has been much worse than his bite. a perfect job of parsing while Mallory\

It is not likely that he will provoke war. fell down so Pershing got the appointment Enjoy the benefits while you pay. IThe I

was graduated from West Point rose I I : :
I I "Your home is worthy of the best"
There is a rule of the FERA that no to high military rank and eventually became I First National Bank ot Key West

two members of any family should be em- commander of the A. E. F.

ployed*by this governmental l relief oran His rival, J. D. Mallory\ has had a Member of the Federal Reserve I.South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. i|

!! zatiOIl. Many complaints are coming modest but useful career and was recentlysaid

fntii thus t office that the rule is a dead Issue to be a rural school teacher near Pur- Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I :. Phone 598 White ni. Eliza SlreeU

andjthat with the required "pull" of. din. Mo.\ having taught all these years. YOUR BANK -

fenders:are permitted to chisel on undisturbed. Possibly he could beat Pershing in parsing ; I I .......................................................................
that same sentence today. - .... ....i _. ..' I !' II.I
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RICHES ,I BIG FIGHT CARD mIl tros be of the a bout ring between two 'rasas-'I i D1AMONDBALL

I .GREHT Other preliminaries .are *ch !d- I

i THIS EVENING AT uled. and a battte-royal as an extra
yA1d 1ilowd f&ac. I Iavoptsa 'iI and special attraction. ; GAME TONIGHT

: omtt *('"'--*. I,:. before a stranger bad got both feet SPORTS HI SCHOOL GYM ...........__ waSa.. I ) -
lal 01 tk. .oJ. 4i.i of thf NttfConcord.
Kat.. fiHmo, return over the till of the outer office door I Ii i (By JOVE)
/ran preparatory ceJkool lk. oo' whether or not be was a person of CLASSIFIED1 TonigM} at Bayview Park the
JLttf Aat '
(0 i Vttardtoa. Aunt Importance to be greeted accordingly -
iirak StintOn. ka* ton mott olatnUjf / r BORDEN TO MEET PEREZ IN Lopez Funeral Home ten will
gAi fort KM*. Hi cannot co to or tactfully steered toward the .'/ cross
Mwiicat tckoet; wken hi tklnk U treeL Nappy moreover seemed to I COLUMN bats with their eternal rivals, the
over. hi d cvJi k. fcad rcMer b. ;
a lawyer. 80 M trt.H. know by sheer Instinct Just when to . Busy Bees. '
untruly -- -- - -
... ..
I..p. .... ..
Jnd0fotcomb.. hit brae friend admit that the Judge was In and I INCLUDED IN <,
end ttlli kin kt ia deci21*,. I .... . The last time these two teams!
wben to say that he was out. WINS ROOMS
ARMY FROM !! PROGRAMBy met, there were great doings at
i i ( I I
It was Nappy again who sootbed iS..i the
Chapter 11 DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF park and is stated that the
the ruffled feelings of his firm's fair I "THE MUXRO'-Rooms unexcelled
HAPPYJ'M I II Marines and Army will be out to-
clients and who escorted them to LIGHTHOUSE I I I in price and location.
j i ii night
to order
glad yoti y. com to your the ball or Into their carriages after ( ART ESPIN'OLA. j I| 128 NC 4th Street Miami,- Fla.I preserve

*" seoses.** the Judge ,rowled.I'm the Judge had banged the door be- IN DIAMONDBALL (By GRAVY) i The fans are showing more than I I apr4.-I GtxI .................s......

clad too.James grinned en. hind them. And after that new and i .- .-.-.-.-.--.-.-.-..-.-.--.-.-. -.-..--.-..-.--.-..--.-..-.--.-.-..-.-.--.-.-.-.-..- -..-.-.- .-.-.- ordinary enthusiasm and many I!I
gagluily. He knew very well that Intriguing Instrument.the telephone t ;' :I PIANO TUNING'I Today's Horoscope
t>a was the apple ot the old man'seye. was Installed It was Nappy a< a mat I II There were several gangs play- beer which came to 15 cents and friendly arguments/ have arisen I

ter of course who answered it and ,f UNCLE SAM'S BOYS SHUTOUT i iI ], mK golf, some playing around you a"k me how Willie got to be a I concerning the Borden-Perez .bout''I PIANO TUNER, Laurearo Mo I .............O.OQO.....

"Of course 1 can't afford to go to decided whether or not the Judge I I banging a little white (ball hither rich man today? You ask me why? at the High School Gym tonil M. reno. Excellent piano for sale The nature of this day is irre-

law school. be went on. "but 1 should be called or only given a I I OPPONENTS IN CAME ON i iI and thither and some knocking\ John Borden, 144 pounds i* to'I I cheap. 1018 Division Ktreet., I solute. You are prone to mistakesof !

thought perhaps you'd allow me to message. I ma -20.1mo judgment, being too trustful of
FIELD AT BAYVIEW PARK I II here and'and Poor match his skill against Mario .
a gutta percha pellet old Sammy Harris;: always !
study here with you. I'd like It better The telephone was Nappy's particular I others and easily deceived by ape.cious

than anI thinE-" pet and pride and not tot YESTERDAY AFTERNOON I I II yon some weren't even bang- f'icks a losing! partner. Why is I Perez, 145 pounds in an eigfot-I FOR RENT promises partly from distrust -

The Judge grinned back at James anything; tbat he could think of I ing anything, just swinging at air that, Sam? You know you never two-minute main-go. The fih\t i of your own estimates. Cul-
delightedly. Til think about it." heboomed. would he hare surrendered the 'program will start at 8:30 o'clock.:, SIX ROOM furnished lower
I II However it that lose match bad playing, tivate powers of self-reliance
I appears ;you gtn-. a your
"II Nappy's willing I I precious privilege of answering II
Borden North
in one of his early t apartment Beach near
(By JOVE) tie readers interested in some'score. do ? Xo, sir! You admit that !i I which will lead to success.
shouldn't be surprised It we could SrsL Mr. Hanley was a musician I I are you I fights against John Nebo, proved :, City Park and Swiming Pool.

manage it." (Nappy was the colored born and played the trombone by The best game of the Social \: ;! and not some of the wan- if you had Joie Lopez for a partner i', himself a game little fighter From I Apply Johnson and Johnson
office boy.) I ear In New Concord's Fishers of Diamondball League so' far in this i I I r
'!:, derings of the mind of Gravy. you all could beat William; bell to bell he fought Nebo, inexperienced 519 Duva Street aprl BOXINGTonight
It was the happiest day In the old Ualf lee Colored benefit S 0 c let j half was played at the Army Bar- ,
Judges life when James camc into I Band but the most magnetic tune racks yesterday afternoon between ]' And so. we present you herewith Watkins and Bill Malone. I believe I; as he was. lie has done : INSTRUCTIONS : at 8:30 O'clock

the omce which had been his grand on earth was but as sounding brassto the Army and the Lighthouse De-'I I I a tabulation of the scores. if you tried real hard you could I I i quite some fighting since then. I HIGH SCHOOL GYM
He foe
father's and began his study ot law. his ears compared to the alluring partment teams. may prove a dangerous I
I i beat Wiliie but as for Bill. .no, PI.OTh.orough individual in-
For forty years black letters on the tinkle of the telephone bell.Nappy The contest was a pitching bat-I!i Melvin Russell being out of \ against Nebo now. I Ii struction. Reserved Ringside. .. .__ 35c

frosted glass of the front door and of course, had known tie between the old reliable, Ortega -!!! town and it i is hoped on his way no. a thousand. times: no! But be i i Borden will have quite a tough,t Special courses for General Admission .. _"._". 25c

gold letters on the widows had proclaimed James for years and admired and and the fire ball pitcher, De-!!! back to this "enchanting is!e" that as it may, it seems that since I II I i I nut to crack in the person of ', young erts Studio beginners(613: Chas.Margaret Rob School Children ......._......, ISc 1

to a small but Interested looked up to him from the first meritt. I (this is for tourists) and Johnny Cookie and sans can't click as i :Mario Perez. Perez swings a very Street.
world that the'ftrm of Stlmson and James had been Installed in the of I I Jehoxophat Kirschenbaum having mean left and he's as game as a apr3-5-8-10x
Play by play account of the partners now they play as oppon-:
Ilolcomb. Attorneys-at-Law, prac live scarcely. a day when Nappy surrendered to get back to town a little early I !! fighting cock. lie can get in and PALACEBOB

tised their profession therein body and soul to hi! I game follows First: Inning \" .* I,Ito toot a bit on that, slip''horn', the':'','nt3 and ( so..Sam. \ takes], Louie j out of clinches like a whirlwind. I FOR SALE I STEELE in

Perhaps some of Or. Jim's old admirers ebarms. There' Is no denying that I fourome known the Cruick"hank and pives Charlie,': Perez depends mostly on his footwork -
I II | generally as BEST OFFER TAKRS '
ARMY-Renew flied out to! IT; One 'WESTERN JUSTICE
the women. were disappoint. Mr. Stlmson. even though he tailed | and on that nervous left of
Salas Cookie. Charlie bat.
I II i "Four Horsemen" to was
(somebody on Left Cabin "
I j first. White went out second to Day Cruiser "Dot
ed that.hls son failed to follow in his to make much impression upon his his. Serial and Comedy
medical footsteps but to the rest of classmates in the effete East had first. Nodine walked. 'Jones went | the golf course today called a ting 'em around with a'dri\'>r part i: You'll stand seat 31'x9'. Ideal for I party fish-

New Concord it seemed eminently. a way all his own with his colored I out. fly to first. >,'','? couple of them jackasses) were tiC the time, Maybe Ije 'is afraid when these two little up on fighters your meet ing. Good condition throughout. I I Matinee: 10-15c; Night: 10-20e

fitting that the third James shouldbe brethren. LIGHTHOUSE r;' flied I i unable to put on one of their that putter will wear out. Well, j for the first time. Joseph Wiser 308 Peacon Lane.

sitting at the first James' deskIn out to left. Valdes flied to center. i Thursday afternoon spectacles Fo anyhow Swinky Swanky anti f apr5-ltx ..
An exciting J
the first James' creaking swivel \VUE.'lapPJ had need of a lawyer Dion was safe when the pitcher' E.: Albertininsky Strunk and Doc Louis started to play number ten 1; be when Kid SPECIALSStrictly
semi-final will seen
chair and studying from the self the Judge altogetherand fumbled his bunt. Dion stole second -j Wm. Percival Kemp started outI and were eight down. They startedin WANTED
Pelican 117 pounds, and John Pi-
same calf-bound volumes. went straight to Mr. Stimson. and went out short to third. I playing but were interrupted on to winning and when they had i' Fresh Killed Pork
Three} hole S. Iozap.'biI I juan, 118 pounds. meet. This isI WANTED Transportation for Strictly Fresh Killed Veal
the Judge It was not alone fitting Like tbe first Napoleon. Nappy was Second Inning (Number by fir.i. herl number 17
they were
; it was rapturously satisfying. possessed of a boundless energy ARMY-B. Powell flied out to j que Goldmith.: who thereupon oxen .bt>lieve it or not. .and i I 1 also their first fight against each two people by !auto to Miami Large shipment Florida Hen

"Well. Miss Julia you see that and was therefore not satisfied with Iir t. Williams out. D. Powell sin-1! joined in the festivities.; Well, it then other. Pelican claims that Pijuan April 10 to 15. State particu- Heavy Western Steer Meat
old "pole-climber" had to go
Providence is still on the Job. lookIng ten hours' dally labor for the glory pled to center. Ward walk d. ': seems that Willie lost the match and a and Cookie five J has stepped into his territory and t lars. Box A, Citizen Office. Veal Pork and Lamb
get a
after my boy. he said a day or of Stimson and Holcomb and Han- Young forced Powell at third,j i one down to Eddie and as Sammy par J must be stopped. .. apr5-ltx tt 15c, 20c and 25c
and that left Sill JlcPhid out I
two later as he paused before MissPratts leI { was just playing around anjhowhe poor i Pijuan has trimmed some neat I Cuban and American Cuts Meat
pitcher to in the co'd. cold! world because he
front One when James little boxers and he will try hard I !
porch. morning had : didn't count for much. Hut I Meat at Price You ,Can Meet
"I 1 hadn't noticed that Providencewas been with the firm about six months, flied 1 and Louie together got beat on : to add another one to his list of 'THESHUBMen's i 1
unduly exerting Itself." retorted Nappy came Into his private office out to pitcher. T. Roberts flied you know it was close when Willie! that hole and finished one down. I! victims tonight. I BERMUDA''' MARKET

Miss Julia good-naturedly but I had and mysteriously closed and locked out to center and Stickney to first. ; paid off with a ten-cent piece and Old Sam has to pet a new partner -i, The main preliminary will bring I Phone 861-W Free Delivery I

seen that James' special Jinx bad tbe door. Third Inning I then Eddie had to pay fot Willie'sI I, now. Try the "Duke of Hock J i: together Tampa Joe 118 pounds DepartmentMEN'S Cor. White and Virginia St*.

seen to It that he was reduced from "Mister James he said ic a low ARMY Ortega went out by j: to left and Archer made a sensational ''Sound" next time :Mr.: Potmaster. : -, and Sonny Boy, 11C pounds. This SUITS _.. ::
affluence to poverty just when be rolce. -I've brung you a little legal rule. Renew flied out to second. I I 1 .'avy Blue Serge; unconditionally -

Deeded his money most. What Sarah matter I'd like to talk over between White fanned. I catch (i I ____ guaranteetl-
LIGHTHOUSE Dion out, third .
Stimson was thinking of investing ourselves." LIGHTHOUSE-Archer :singledto I Captains Tim Pittman and Rus-

. .* "Fire away" said James glad of left. Tead flied out to left Lew- to first. Demeritt flied out to left. |I,I i tel! Kerr got together and were''I t 19.75

Bah! What's little an excuse to lay down his law book. i i T. Roberts followed suit to cen- I DUVAL MONROE
a money in singled to left Archer going to i going to have a good time showing MEN'S SUITS
Losing his money will be the making "Well. It's this a way. I've been third. Lewin stole second. Shoneck ) ter. !i iI I II i Charlie Ketchum and Willie: i MEAT MARKET1" Fine Tailored; made of Worsteds
of the the boy. Miss Sarah's noticing for years as how this white The. game was so well played I'
third to first and rnn- I
went out
'I' Watkins how to play the game. Tweeds Serges MEAT MARKETFRIDAY
coddled him like a pet tabby cat man and tbat white man whut bas !I that it was hard to tell who really
ners were held on the bags. R. i i Cut Charlie putt one down on I PHONE 479-J nels and Sports, from-
It's time James cut loose from her come in here to our firm asking our I were the stars of the contest. :'

apron strings and learned that advice. Is making money all the Albury struck out. Dion, Denim itt and Cerezo .;, number seven from way back in : i Duval at Petronia Streets $10.751TO S19.75 and SATURDAY I
Fourth Inning I 1 trap. That is the shot Wil-
a same
chicken livers and cream don't grow whiles without working nothing but played good in the field for the - -
.ARMYNodinebnntedaf. 'I lie showed him hto make. Well, I FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPORT SHOES
"-' *' i I
theThaids-and I've
DO lancers. High trme.You figgerett me Out Beacon boys;, although their lights t 1
may be right. Miss Julia a scheme to do likewise Jones sacrificed him to third, aft- failed to burn. Nodine Jones nnd ,when number seven was over I SPECIALSVEAL : A marvelous assortment of FRESH KILLED PORK

Mocedcd generously. "And If JamesIs "That's a fine Idea." said James. he had stolen second. B. Powell I Ward starred for the Army. Charlie! and Willie were six up anti White and Black Brown and

the born orator you say he Is It's "How are you going to work It?" popped out to catcher. Williams! At bat the leaders were: No- the game wa over. Xo wonder CUTLET, 30c Black the new light Tan, Solid VEAL HENS

barely possible that In the long run "I'm promoting a company." said popped out to short field. I dine and Archer with two safeties I!I tho because Charlie had a 91, Willie -, 1b ..-h .__..... ........... Whites and White Combinations SPRING CHICKENSPork I
It will be better for him to have to Nappy proudly. "but I don't want no LIGHTHOUSE-Valdes singledto I a !l3, Kerr a 9.;> and Tim a 98. -
each in three tries and Albury, Hams
give up medicine and let yon teach news of It spread about ontll you I left. Dion and Demeritt poppedout Willie< ears he would have had a : VEAL CHOPS 35c

him law. I must say that Providence and me has my papers ot Incorpo- to short. T. Roberts poppedout i with two in four chanes. of I i 73 hut h* got his brand new driver 1b uo....__......._._. .-... $2.95 'TO $5.00 Pork Shoulder
Young scored the only run
:ouldn't have provided a better rashun drawn up and sealed tight as to third. I! tangled up with a bush in the OTIS UNDERSHIRTS.
teacher. the law can do it." the game and his sergeant will j bent the shaft I think ; PORK LOIN ROAST, 9 3c I '
Fifth InningARMY rough Sleeveless Special 3 for-
That night the Judge admitted to "Legal business Is, of course. I D. Powell popped out I give him an extra dish for supner. I. he must have been trying to kill a I (End Cuts). Ib ........ .... Phone 411 Free Delivery

:Caesar, his hound dog. that he did sacredly confidential. said James The regular :Mess\ Sergeant prom- I S1.00
first. Ward poped out to pitch snake. Who ever heard of wrapping 1 PORK: SHOULDER 510 Fleming Street
to boys ice and :
believe that In Miss Julia the Lord gravely. "But Just what are you goIng ised the fish cream I 20c ,
Almighty for once had made a woman to promoter I er. Young went out, third to fir :t. cake. (Xo" wonder they won the a new dub around a tree I tb ..-h..............._.... .. MEN'S SHIRTS

with faint glimmerings of common "Drift wood whispered Nappy LIGHTHOUSE-Stickney popped game.) :Manager Plummer punished -, trunk? Swinkv Swanky threatened Stiff Collars attached regular
Archer doubled : to do Fame to Eddie Strunk'sneck i $1.50 and $1.95 values special
sense. Impressively. "Nothing more net out to : his crew of landlubbers; with TRIPE. 13c
less. The old Missouri River is full I, to deep left field. Head fanned. (: just bread and water. !' while Sweet Elvssium "was ...._.__.... .._... I H: $1.00STRAW

JAMES: took to the law as an Irish ot It springs and falls. Now my Ideais Lewin went out, short to first. j Score by innings: II. II. E. ,: trying to putt on number four. i BIG FEET

takes to whiskey due partlyno to form me a company to catch I Sixth InningARMYOrtega Army . 000 000 010-1 r I Joe Lopez. Lewis Pierce and"Bones' : I Ibs. ....,.............. .. 95P I HATS AND NEVERBEFORE
doubt to the skillful coaching ot that drift wood whut's going to whiffed. Renew'out. Lighthouse I PANAMAS from-

the Judge. but more to the alt and waste and saw it up and sell it bj third to first. White doubled 000 000 000-0 7 1 Robert Knowles! were ::1 mi TAILS, = 19c $1.00 $5.00SPORT
the cord playing threesome. Lefty Bascom
encouragement furnished by theJudges a TO
to right. Nodine singled to right; Batteries: Ortega and B. Powell ..
super-efficient assistant. Mr "But. Nappy, that drift wood Is Jont'9I I Groom Fred Ayala. Pete Ta'lortnd PANTS
White being held at third. Demeritt and Stickney.
; 1
free to anyone who goes after it. Youcan't Ike Russell also playing SUCH A
Napoleon Bonaparte Hanley. commonly were SPARE RIBS
went out, pitcher to first. I Errors: Ortega and Stickney; I -Qn| $1.25 $6.95We _
known as Nappy. get men to catch it tor you and but everybody for himself. ..... ...... TO
LlIITIIOUSE-Cerezo hatting two base hits: White R. Albury I SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE
Nappy was a young man of color then give you a share. : Certain othf'r'guy!' got lost somewhere for
for Shoneck. Cerezo went out. and Archer; stolen bases: Dion. are agent
like of about so the same eminent age as James Amerlca who., dignantly.-I certainly"Ain't kin.It my said idea Nappy Didn't In I pitcher to first. Albury hunted'saft'ly. I Lewin Nodine; sacrifice hit: ,' between home and the golf 4 HAMS TI'21c I II j HART SCHAFFNER & MARX at this low price I
many course!" but I don't know where. .
I .
Valdes hit to short and bath I Jones double plays Cerezo to Rob- I - -- CLOTHING .d NUNN-
bad started his business career at 1 think It op. and ain't I employing ; I _ 1 !

the very bottom rung of the !ladle 'em and carrying all the responser-- runners were safe when,they fjil.1' erts; stniclCf; Ortega 2. Demer 4 SplTscribc) to The. CitizjnT)? I' 'I i V.. BUSH SHOES'H' .
>MlltyT Why shouldn't 1 have second. forced itt 2 walks tt&aO. Demeritt
as a mere office boy and hmaeVVerrands. my ree- ed to cover ; 1 r
4 'wards same as other third'to short. On 2 ,Lighthouse --. i.- _-. _i i- J; ----- --- --- . //fl
any promoter1That Alhury at third ; lefy f.n ba'et'! j Afmy ,41, - -- -- 'T- -- --- Iyid

But Nappy had not stayed<<\ long at part ain't a worrying me a-talL" a wild pitch Valdes went to third : 8; time o { gam.ef: 1,U(0; urn- I

the bottom. In the course of som i *James needed no further argu and Dion to second. Demeritt. flied I fires; Mixon: and' C. Gates.

half a dozen years he had risen fairly ' nfentknd so the Afro-American Reclamation out to left .' .--.t' :" "! i' _

by leaps and bounds to a position and Development Com Seventh Inning I|[ The F. E. C. ten will meet the

ot such Importance with the pany. Incorporated under the lawsof ARMY-B. Powell flied out to. Recreation Department this afternoon O MPAREBJirSior

firm ot Stimson and Ilolcomb thatIt the sovereign state of New Jersey, I left. Williams went out short to at Bayview Park. beginning nil
was duly floated and Incorporated.The I I
stopped Just short of a partner- first. I). Powell went out, short- ''at 5:30 o'clock. The Garage ten'H'
A.A.U. and D. Company remained ''
ship.It field to first.LICIITIIOUSE. and the Administration Department -
therefore under the
who received callersIn controlof
was Nappy T. Roberts team will play in the first
the outer office and took in their one head. Mr.! Hanley as general Archer j'I'
Stickney. of doubleheader Saturday
names with a dignity and air ot manager directed all operations and singled to center. game a
peddled out concessions the and Head flied out to right afternoon with the Recreation Department
made among .
secrecy that would have an
I Ir
observing papal secretary want to chosen few. As he had predicted he short and left field, respectively. outfit and F. E C. ten ; WINDSOR'S BACK LABEL

shoot himself with envy. It was bad no trouble In Inducing his r Eighth Innftigh in the nightcap. L

Nappy who delivered the bills and friends to catch the wood for him ARMY-Ward singled to cen- WITH THAT OF ANY STRAIGHT

sometimes collected the most uncol, and give him halt I ter. Young forced Ward at second. "GEHTUMCN:

lectable. The editor of the New Concord third to second. Young stole the .. r "D.rinj the pasl few
daily paper was so Impressed with singled through rein
It was he who sorted the Judge'snaiI [middle bag. Ortega .1
looked James' account of Nappy's adventure went to third. IILEWINSKYSIII I becauKoceccasito4
and read it whenever it II short and Young I he lover-priced razor
Interesting: and none other deter- In high finance that be not only Renew hit to short who fumbledthe _' / bltdes-my bear.Jdnl -
mined which ot the firm's caller wrote up tbe Company In his paper ball and Young scored, the I r LE The back label contains facts that prove bcctuse of be shortcoming -

should be offered the five-cent cigars but never failed thereafter to In. of the of mj pocket-
first and only run game. PRE-EASTER Windsor its low
and which the tencentersdeli- elude It In his list ot the town's White flied out to right short andOrtt'ga Ii ItEAD that gives you more at book.Now your Ft obtk

ute matter In which the Judge nine prominent Industries to Nappy's t I .. thousands Jr. ha again brought
vainglorious pride. was doubled off the bag S ALE price. Compare with as back WYieJ comfort uPO
times out of ten was certain to go 'I HEI .
for the third out.LIGHTHOUSE extra COlI."E.Euaae
astray.So ICopJlrf lt. lilt. U at eel B. Farnham) Stanley and I STILL GOING ON! I,' have done. You'll choose Windsor on LeonhanSi
keen a student of human na- ill f ,CalJ.Uasowired -
lure was Mr. Hanley that he knew, tomorrow.James takes his first fling at lift, I' Cerezo Albury both doubled flied to out center to left., then R. : MEN'S SUITS SlnwjM : value-you'll come back for more be l Utters Lie

-- - -- -- -, .-- -r- - ------1--- I I I Valdes popped- out to the pitcher. 'I Fine Worsteds, Nubs : sicI# lABEL ause"'ou'lIlike ,Windsor better! .. / quality this prove of Probak the amazing Jr.Try;

........................ 109 last surviving soldier of the I Ninth Inning II Tropical Worsteds and -t: itu.*..wo.."kceesmooch.shaYiaJ aJ
I I ARMY Nodine flied out to Flannels i 1 blade.GasProbskjrJzoni 1 .
I ii '
Today In History j: Revolution on pension list, died i f(!right. Jones was safe on an error I i your
!at N. Y.1918Canada I throw to first. I SELECT 2 SUITS iI I 100 PROOFWINDSOR earcM dealer'*-. remarkable ,

..1C14....--.Historic........marriage........of. I Sandusky I II [! by B. Powell Stickney forced on a Jones at second,I I Values $19.75 and ?17.50 I e ,d' blade for only value ttc M or 2)a

Williams flied out Take Two Suits for :
Pocahontas to John Rolfe at I pitcher to short. i special mat package of
orders every I I : 4 for fOe_

Jamestown Va.1753Englieh. I male from 16 to 60 employed inI I I. $1 1 $25.00 r___J..;", iJ,ell'
I _
GilIdN Pn
Parliament voted ::some useful occupatiOn.1919Last I!I MONROE THEATER .
to accept valuable library left!I Tim McCoy in i WEEK ADDED
nation by late Sir Hans Sloane I CEIVED
the basis of the British Museum II i contingent of U. S. AT SALE PRICES.Lewinsky's .
and to fulfil terms of gift-$100-',I I!soldiers in Italy left for home. '' MYSTERY Mona Barrie-Rod WOMAN LaRoque in 'I Men's, Shop I Ii Straight Bourbon Whiskey -

000 to be given daughters-by i sws*
running lottery to raise i the money.'I Finland ended her 13years Matinee: Balcony. lOc; Orehet- I'll I 526 Duval. Street It.l Perm-Maryland: Corp., A Division of National Distillers,Executive Office:New York, N. Y. I TatnuuapAyocF -
1932 .
tea. lS-20ej Niflit. 15-25 ... ..,
of frobibitipnj _ _ . - .
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............................e..................a :..........0..... ........1 ........................ directions. The 1
many social se1I
SIX BUILDING Today's Birthdays Economic Highlights curity program for example is'I SPECIAL PRICESAT

........................ being bitterly debated-and when
:-: SOCIETY : : HERETONIGHT PERMITS ISSUEDBuilding ..................e..... (Continued from Page One) it comes up for Congressional I HUB STORE

Jesse H. Jones of Houston consideration there is going to be:
................................................. Tex., chairman of the Reconstruction that utilities and their investorsare warfare. That, in the opinion of;

Finance Corp., born in Rob- opposing the bill in order to. most commentators, is a good I
Poetic Symphony Last "THE REDSHAWLER" TO BE from the and office repair of permits Building issued ertson Co., Tenn.. 61 years ago. protect their property. Congressman ' sign-fearless debate and news I :Many savings can be made now

PRESENTED .AT HIGH Inspector Harry Baker for the Fish of New York rose in the paper comment are the safeguardsof on men's Easter clothing by taking :

Evening Grand SuccessThe SCHOOL past week were for the following:I Anna Steese Richardson, Wom House, said that the President's, democratic...government. I I advantage of the good buys at
New roof at 1214 Catherine 'an's Home Companion editor and message was in itself propaganda The Hub this week.
Massillon of the most potent kind--asked, Nature is repeating herself. Last;;
street. Owner R. A. Weather- playwright born at I An advertbement in this issue
First International Poetic the poem Night-Time in Key "The Redshavvler will be pre- ford; cost, $90. I Ohio 70 years ago by intimation why others should year she brought the greatest lists: some fine bai- ains in suits,
I I :;
Symphony last night was a tre- West, by the hostess. The following -, sented at the High School audi- Repairs to garage at 330 Duval not have the right to present their, drought in history to the great
: I Ii +I American I fport: shoes, shirts, straw and Pan-
available torium side of the issue without question. mid-west, turned mil-
mendous success. persons contributed to the tonight. street Owner N. C. Pintdao; cost, Lincoln Filene of Boston, not- :
space was filled to capacity, and success of the evening with com- In recognition and acknowledgment $25. i cd merchant bom there, 70 years ]i The consequences of all this is i I I lions of acres of rich wheat land t ama I hats etc. All merchandise is

to judge by the rich applause, positions or poems of their own:I rendered 10 make a success Repairs to porch of building on : ago. |'I that the bill will not unless all+:II to desert, and had the laugh on I of highest quality made by nation-
the Alec of c present signs ,are wrong pass i nits 1 the puny efforts of mere -man to ally known manufacturers
everyone was enjoying program ; Allan George F. Archer the play, Mrs. Hildegard Ott Windsor Lane. Owner, Catholic i .
thoroughly. I I r Mrs. Amelia Cabot Miss Marie Russeell wishes to thank Miss church; cost, $200. Frank H. Simonds of Wasning-.1.1i : i original form. Utility leaders control production.

The Convent of Mary Immaculate -]I I Cappick, Miss Marie Cottingham, Emily Crosland and Miss Edna Repairs to floors of residenceon !| ton, D. C., and N. .!are.the admit 'that certainindividuals' As if that lesson weren't severe ORDERED WIFE OUT
provided the chairs, and I Mjssl/n'uth' E. Day, Mhs. Barbara I Smith for their gracious acceptance James street Owner, II.j i i born at Concord H-9-.jOUrnaliat..1 holding companies M I enough, Nature .'... .'menacing

the hostess of the affair, Margaret -:t I' Careen, Mrs. Ora L. Jones, Mar-I of the responsibility of Thompson; cost, $75. I I| . . have abused their powers-but II crops-dust clouds recently swept I LOS ANGELES; -"Take your"
( | ago. -' t clothes and get out of this house
: ,
i f I they believe that the to day after day the
Zinaida von Mletk-Liuba,!! garet Zinaida von Mietk-Liuba,, presenting the new song. "Laude- Repairs to kitchen at Thompson 'j way remedy I across vast
with the assistance of the Misses Mrs. Hildegard Ott Russell, Mrs. lina." building on Elizabeth 5tr'et.1Owner )" the situation is through regu- mid-west wheat country. The area I Morgan Galloway of this city told
Marie and Marie Cotting-I Hilda It S. Bayard Colgate of Orange lation, not destruction. I affected includes over 50,000,000acres j I his wife, Sally Dolling, film ac
Cappick I R. Salis; W. E. Waddell is believed that Key West as T. T. Thompson; cost
ham, had turned her home into,, and the commodore. a community will agree that this $100. IN. J.. soap company president, Other major pieces of legislation -,, of wheat land. The result, tress. She did and was granted a
an auditorium of intimate charm.I|I! These persons performed by is the occasion' to express their appreciation Repairs to kitchen at 923 Angela there, 37 years ago. are finding opposition from unless late rains do the unexpected divorce.

Jewelry and many beautiful;'playing the piano singing reciting to Miss Ruth E. Day of street Owner, W. Curry; I. and remedy the situation
dresses were in evidence among!,I or.reading: George F. Archer I Lakeland Fla., for her lovely inspiration I cost, $100.SPECIAL. t tI : Harper Sibley of Sibley Farms,, of Representatives born at Clear will be an inconsequential crop.
the audience. j:: Miss Isabel Armayor, Annibal in catching as she did ;1 Rochester N. Y., born in New Branch Tenn., 69 years ago. The Secretary of Agriculturehas

Throughout the evening the J I Armayor, Mrs. Alfred de Barritt,I that haunting Spanish melody York City, 50 years ago. I removed certain restriction of

hostess was ably assisted by Mrs.], Mrs. Morris E. Berkowitz, Mrs.. which so aptly fits the title and I SALE Dr. Willard L. Sperry dean of the planting of spring wheat. This
William B. Norman whose untir-']:| Amelia Cabot, Miss Marie Cap-'I the picturesquely clipped words John V. Tilson of New Tav -n. the Harvard Theological School,I I is expected to cause a rise of from

lag! efforts in preparation helped,,I pick Miss Emily Crosland. MfesI lof I the song and those in chargeof AT LEWINSKY'S Conn., lawyer, onetime Republican born at Peabody, Mass.\ 53 years 10 to 30 million bushels in the

to make this event a success.I I I: Alee Curry. Pablito Esquinaldo,. the production wish to thank the I I floor leader in U. S. Hous i ago. I I I I normal spring crop.

Thanks to the work of the financial -j I Mrs E. R. Evans, Mrs. J. C. Geke-' orchestra for the presentation of '- -._--- - --_._-- --- ------ --- -
chairman Miss Marie ler Mrs Ora L Jones, Mrs. Kitty i the old melodies. Pre-Easter Sale at Lewinsky's I

Cottingham it was possible to'' Moore McKeown Mrs. Janice Maloney -i Thanks is given Frank Alvarezfor Men's Shop 526 Duval street i is I

present this musical and poetic Lewis. Commodore and: his very fine work with the still in full swing offering men
evening free of charge. i I Margaret Zinaida von Mietk-i lights and make-up and for the and young men of the city a I + s i..cs% 4 +. s. /
Commodore, Matho\ Fridericus I I Liuba Mrs\ C. J. Nash Oscar many other valuable suggestions chance of a lifetime to buy Easter r /" .

von Mietk-Liuba, II. D. W., general -.\, Norman Mrs.. Hildegard Ott Russell made by him. Mrs. Russell states. suits and other merchandise at 1.1 a R M" ,,
chairman of the affair,,.ppen-:1 ; 'Mrs. Hilda R. Salts Miss\ Also Nicholas Goshorn for his give-away prices. .
'ed the presentation",, with a,. few i[I Edna B. Smith and W. E. Wadi splendid work in directing and Many other new items have I .. i :S1 p '. jfn
:words.of welcome atcf.WhlCh, I i dell., I working with the boys as head of been received this week and addedto 2J.V6

Miss Marie Cappick pave,.,ap introductory -!| In her closing words the hos- I his committee. the stock at sale prices. f .
talk. Miss Cappick is tess stated that she Thanks is also given Mrs. Chas. %L Who flush. T Give You Service-Patronize TtenV'= ..
and the com I ,
avJ, .................e...... 1 Q
the originator of the-idea o{J) 'modore were glad to have been I Thompson for securing for Peter O t* H
injr! such an intellectual 'event nl|I able to lend their home for such i iI the beautiful fisherman's costume; PEOPLE'S FORUM Ij I

this. city. I i 1 I a splendid purpose She express Mrs. Jeff Knight for preparingthe ........................
A greatly varied program com-'!red, the hope that the idea of the I stage meal and Mrs. Webster
prised presentations by the following ,: Poetic Symphony would not die, Roberts for the wedding pictureand COMMENDS ARTICLE ON DO YOU BARBECUED HEADQUARTERS FOR
l ; national groups) : English I but would be made a regular marriage certificate.And SANDWICHES I THIS SPACE:
French, German, Irish, Italian,!I feature of Key West cultural life. i iI last but not least appreciation The Citizen Prepared the Old-Fa.hioned MARINE CURIOS
is offered Tor
the good will
and Spanish. All those present likewise expressed with all the trimmings SOUVENIRS
'I I read with a great deal of way
The procession of poems and their hope for such a con- and support of the audience and SANDWICHES of all kinds
editorial entitled
musical numbers was opened by;I tinuation. patrons and patronesses. pleasure your 12
I "Miss Cherr.oossom was "Greeting the Visitor" which appeared We buy anything In OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks InsertionsPER
----.- -- in on April 1st. lOc 35c and Films
sented here last Monday\ for the your paper GOLD-Watches, Chains, TO
last time. It was impossible to be- This editorial was most opportune Diamonds, Watches and
ParentTeacher BEER
Pins Dental COLD
Group Arranges and Rings and
gin work of any kind in a big way Jewelry MONTH
I The people of Key West are Wine Sodas, Etc.
until Wednesday when the de- Bridge Work.Florida .
Several Social ,,Events In Miami partment found itself unexpectedly naturally friendly and hospitable PAY USA VISIT Watch and Jewelry

face to face with the overwhelming :more so than I have encountered RepairingFRANK
11 Gold Refiners "We Greet You With a Smile"ART'S
in the United States.
the problem of completely anywhere
Delegates tp thirty-ninth Music League, Mrs. William Side-
annual convention of the Florida remodeling the for this agree with you, however, that it! $3.00
bottom, Jr., chairman; tree planting 604 Duval St. Phone 347 BAR-B-QUE JOHNSON
is be conscious of the
Congress of Parents and Teachers production. You will see how necessary to
which will meet April 29-] in honor of Mrs. Frederick ably the high school boys in their visitor if we are to succeed in making U. S. Govt. Permit' Division and Simonton Sts. Colonial Hotel Bldg.

May 3 at the Miami Biltmore, are Schoff honorary president, and study hall periods and between him feel at home and making I -NO FLIES--

looking forward to a delightful which is in charge of Mrs. James classes have accomplished this him prefer Key West to other

series of social events beginningwith Dunn. feat under great pressure. All of places. I I SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
the dinner for the National There will be an annual luncheon it was really an experiment. Mrs. Besides the help which citizensof I INSURANCE
Board of Managers to be'held of the State Presidents Club Russell! is deeply impressed by the Key West can render their i Jewfish 2 Ibs. 35c

Saturday evening April 27, at the: chairman of which is Mrs. A. F. loyalty of the toys upon this occa- city: by active cooperation they 1 Yellowtail Steak, 2 II... 3Sc: THE KEY WEST '.1-a A

Roney Plaza Cabana, Miami Fanger, Hialeah; a motor trip to sion. can help as much by certain: Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c Office 319 Duval Street
Beach. chairman of which is Mrs points in and near Miami, with There is a two-fold purpose in "don'ts". From 11 p. m. to 7 a.! Grouper, 2 11... _______ 25c J

Wallace Harbour, Miami Beach. the Florida women as hostesses this production. .to raise money m. is a time during which people' Snapper, 2 11... .-,__ 25e SUNDAY STARSubscription
for the commercial should not be disturbed. There Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs 25c tC
: out-of-doors departmentwhile -
Continuing with the dinner in and tea informally at TELEPHONE NO. 1 _ _
Courtesy to the honorary officers,! the Miami Biltmore every day I at the same time giving: this is nothing so unpleasant as being I Large Select Oysters
the "Torch Bearers Dinner," from 4 to 6. little prize play another opportunity awakened from sleep by a racing FRESH SHRIMP $2 Per Year!
to to life here where local automobile dashing through the, Try Your Meal At
which will be held Sunday eve To increase the interest of -THE-
GROUND GREEN Key We.t'. Only Sunday
ning at the Miami Biltmore and parents in better music for children residents mi-tht enjoy it. streets and blowing a horn in the Delmonlco I Restaurant
i Those in charge of the performance early hours of morning. Similarly TURTLE MEAT Paper
which is: in charge of Mrs. Paul and young people the opera
Sears, Hialeah; annual banquet i "Hansel and Gretel" will be presented trust; those attending tonight it is most difficult for a visi- Kingfish Mackerel Business Office Citizen PORTEALLENCOMPANY BudweUer Beer __....__ ISe
will consider it authentic in its tor to keep in a good frame of
""with the theme of "Congress as the musical highlight of FREE PROMPT DELIVERY DiDO
Building Six: Course en, ------
Through the Looking Glass," the thirty-ninth annual convention local color and enjoy the performance. mind if a radio'or a slot machine
based on Lewis Carroll's book and of the National Congress of phonograph is blasting away andis LOWE FISH COMPANY PHONE 51 SOc 75c sad 85c

with such characters as Alice and Parents and Teachers in Miami keeping him awake.If PHONE 151
the Mad Hater Mrs. I. P. Zim- April 29 to May 3. The opera I..t we are to become a tourist

merman, chairman; the Mother-j has a fairy tale story delightful PERSONAL MENTION! city, we must constantly keep in ----
mind the necessity for pleasingthe OYSTERS IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
ringers Chorus; a musical tea; music, and imaginative quality :) .
"Hansel and Gretel." operetta to I I which makes it a popular favorite 1........................1 visitor. Since Key West has SERVED ANY STYLE I To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades;
an intrinsic charm and since the
be the National with adults well children.
presented by
as as W. G. Wolf of Alabama arrived , and NOVELTIES at
yesterday for an afternoon) people are naturally friendly this Extra large .elect, quart -. 75c -- STAR, lb 25c;
--- -- ---- -- --
should not be a difficult matter.It .t Standards, quart . roc
of fishing from the docks, -- rTHOMPSON'S LARGO, lb 18c;
and'' can be done quite easily if we I
I Junior Woman's Club Holds left in the afternoon for his' remember that the tourist coming I: NICE JUICY STEAKS 'L "" : ).. MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., lb ISc.
home in Opalacka Alabama.Mr. I
here does because he I' Oyster Sandwiches ... lOc
so has been -- Margaret Street Your Local
Enjoyable Social Gathering O'VERSEAS'3Z4 Buy It At .
Filet . .
assured of rest and quiet during Sandwiches ,*- -- lOc Things that your friends willappreciate.
'//I. Groceiy.Store
-- and Mrs. G. H, Stewart of his.stay. ; . ... .,All Other' S+ 1-'cbe.r J J T .t nation Co., Inc. Come }in land .
-Amidst a setting of beauty and! Camille Pierce, were: .1\1 isses New York arrived yesterday for Trusting your helpful editorials Ali '\So1a them as's"_ ,. e.y b y
tropical charm, the Junior Wo-| Leonor Warren, Marguerite Gos- an afternoon and returned 5:10 continue to appear from time to :.s.: t .. Y. Saturday FAST and RELIABLE Your next Lobster Crab Dinner
man'a Club held another of the > o'clock to Miami i I time, and with every good wish, HI< DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE STAg COFFEE-MILL(
Kennedy I r be much deliceeg
horn Betty Curtis Anne I WEL ': .ROOM % more
delightful social meetings yet>ter-| am r Y et For All"- Information i if it is baked and.served in our 5(2 Creenestreet,
Alice Lee
day afternoon at the Key West: :, Roberts Sincerely yours' ; S _and Street : s rz
oman's Club building on D.h'i-I Ida Kerr, Cornelia Ricketts Mrs. DeWitti; wife'of Directorof Ml' E. GlLFO f); ,, PHONEI207-W' t.W\ - -'M Giant Scallop or Heart I Phone'256 ,
sion street. Louisa Delaney, Dorothy Bean, Public Relations Bernard C. Administrator.Key ;- I JAS. D.fjBAILEY. Arent -I
Bridge was played at daintily{ Jerry Steadman Martha Car- DeWitt of the Florida E. R. Ad- West Fla.,

decorated tables with little white j bonell Edith Russell Dorothea ministration, returned yesterday A'pril' .3, 1935.
bunnies, indicative of the Elwood, Alberta Elwood Florence from, a visit in Jacksonville! and DINE AT THE Birds Animals Fish ROSES
season, being used for the tallies. Albury, Louise Ketchum, Leota other points in Florida. ........................

At the conclusion of the gamest j jMVs. Grillion, Clara Yates Barbara Today'sAnniversaries PLAZA RESTAURANT MOUNTED
Earl Julian was declared I! Carey Zenia Hoff and Florence Mrs.\ J. M. Cremata was a pas- FUNERAL HOMEDignified FLORAL PIECES A

winner of high score prize and I, Sawyer. senger leaving by rail yesterday CECIL I GRAYTAXIDERMIST
afternoon for Miami where she I f you are accustomed to SPECIALTY
Mrs. Edgar Pangle the cut prize.i! Mesdames Millard Johnson, I
Before, during and after the; Catherine Thompson. James: will spend a while with relatives : 155..5..5e5555 5555...... dining at home, you will find SympatheticCourt

games delicious refreshments con-! Brady Edgar Pan le. Homer Herrick -.1 and friends. 1588-Thomas Hobbes cele- THE PLAZA novel and enjoyable **/ PLANTS. and VINES

ei&ting of salad, sandwiches, cook-1 O. S. Long. Allan B. Cloare.. brated English philosopher, born. experience:
ies and iced tea were served. '\ Jr., Dumont Huddleston GeorgeGomez I Captain J. J. Carlson who has Died Dec. -1, 1679.183tFrank EMBALMER
Enjoying the hospitality of the: Emit Phillips. Harry I| been the guest during the winter BREAKFAST Fine Work At a ReasonLICENSED SOUTH FLORIDA

hostesses. :Misses Florrie Kt'l<'h- Beverly. Joseph Lopez and Earl season of his son-in-law and R. Stockton noted -
Nellie daughter Captain and Mrs. H. S. novelist LUNCHEON able Price Ambulance Service
jogs, Louise Russell and,Julian. born in Philadelphia.
Dexter at the home 1301 Whitehead Died in Washington, April 20, SUPPER NURSERY
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street left yesterday for his 1902. 624 Front Street LADY ATTENDANT .
To home in Norfolk, Va. PLAZA RESTAURANT'
Mallory Chapter I Fern Chapter PHONE 597

Holds Meeting I Hold MeetingThere I Porter Norris and Ed Young, of,I English 1837-Algernon poet, born.C. Died Swinburne April, 505 Duval Street KEY WEST. FLA.Pbo..5.8 Never'Sleep .
the Pan American Airways Traffic 10. 1909.

Absorbingly interesting: and will be a special meetingof Department left yesterday II AARON McCONNELL DELICIOUS

educational was the meeting of II' Fern Chapter 21, Order of il' afternoon for Miami. 1838-Alpheus Hyatt, Boston .536 Fleming Street' Our Reputation is Wrapped JOHN C. PARK CAKES and PASTRIES
curator of natural history .
Stephen R. Mallory Chapter Eastern Star held tomorrow aft- one in very package
'' Claude Lowe of the sheriff'sforce the great zoologists and paleon-
United Daughters of The Confederacy ernoon, beginning at 5 o'clock at Tavernier who broughta l
at born
tologists of his day, in Washington of' 328 SIMONTON ST.
held yesterday afternoon which time there will be installation ; prisoner to Key West yesterdayto D. C. Died Jan. 15, 1902. Th. a ,
at the home of Mrs: Ross C. II of officers. be placed in the county jail Watch tC PRINTINGDONE ,.fit'

Sawyer, 523 Eaton street. All members are requested to left in the afternoon for head- 1871-Winchell Smith noted Doctor
Plans for the observations of i be in attendance. and PLUMBINGDURO "
quarters. playwright, actor producer BY USARHMTPRESS
Memorial Day on April 26 were born at Hartford Conn. Died

perfected and the program for I There are taste buds up and Bruce Barton. Jr., son of the June 10, 1933. WATCHMAKER JEWELER
the ceremonies is now being I I I down the barbels of "whiskers"of noted author and editor who was -THE--
formulated. Refreshments were,, a catfish and similar buds over i in Key West yesterday returned AND ENGRAVER PUMPS .
served during the afternoon. the larger part of its body and!I by plane to Miami in the after- I I See Him For Your Next Work Oar Rcady-to-Serre Cakes
Interest was added to the meeting -' this fish can 'taste" foods noon. .I 7ized4tL ALL PRICES REDUCED . PLUMBING SUPPLIES tndTaitrie are always fret,

by the presence of a number,I brought in contact with it on all I 9 to 12-1't.6'

of out of town members, who had! sides at once scientists have. Mrs. Ruby Benson of Princeton in Convenient Candy Form ... PHONE 818
accepted the invitation of Mrs. learned. 'Fla.. was an arrival yesterday fora VapoRub Op B Saturday Night

Sawyer which was published in I visit with her sisters and other VICKS COUGH DROP .,

The Citizen of Tuesday. Subscribe to The Citizen. relatives. _

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