The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00474
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Associated Service.Press Day Wire Ijc W cst 0 Citizen( 1 r> I most Key West equable, Florida weather, has in the the

For 55 Years Devoted to the tp I country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14" Fahrenheit i

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Council Discusses Traffic I HOUSING UNIT STONEURGES{ KEY WEST BE MADE MAKE PLANS IN ]Clyde-Mallory Lu Passenger


Ordinance During Meeting i I I NOISELESS CITY! SAME AS ROME"If Service For Ke West To Be

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__ I horns and other loud motor vehicles or any other Resumed On 'Ti'day April 12

: noises are banned in Rome, I implement or device which in ,
Cabrera Recommends Cer- THIEVES why not it Key West?" i i. the .
ute disturbs the serenity of --- - --
ISTRATION GIVE ADDRESS. question propounded by Julius HERE ON VESSELS'
tain On Complaint F. Stone! Jr.. Florida ER Ad I either day or night is used. I PLAN CAMPAIGNIN I
Changes Steamship Henry R. Mal-
PLANT ES IN AFTERNOON AT ministrator now enjoying a Mussolini issued the order IN REGATTA BETWEEN HAVANA -

Duval : COUNTY COURT HOUSE period of rest and relaxationon t suppressing needless noise and AND KEY WEST I.
Of Street lory Will Be Vessel
i the Yacht Josephine H. today peace reigns Traffic ERADICATIONOF

absent from the moves in silence and the office -
city thoughts of Key West are of Koine s goveiOor is Beginning
REPORTED TAKEN FROM II I I Hendrick R. Suydam and J. C. the dominant note of even his besieged by letters expressing Final plans for receiving and MOSQUITOES .

I r-ynum of the National Housing hours of rest as indicated bya the gratitude of the foreigners entertaining yachtsmen coming Service

Matters pertaining to the traffic ESTABLISHMENTThieves I I Administration addressed; a body I communication to The Citi- as well as the Romans. into KeyV'es>t in the Havana-Key .

I r --- of Key West citizens yesterday zen from M. E. Gilfond acting This was not all accomplished West Yacht Rate: arc being made MOVEMENT WILL GET UNDER --
ordinance recently placed in I I t I'! I Administrator in this city, in a day. One section '
afternoon in the court during the that there WAY Beginning next Friday
I j county s>o 1,
,t entered the Armour the subject of noise and cf the "Eternal City"was set
effect in Key West, were discu: :'s- I house. on When I will be no hitch when the sailing April 12
aside silent. serviceof
Packing Company plant on Grin-t I its enforced cessation in the I and made ANNOUNCEMENT MADE passenger

ed at the regular meeting of the nell at Caroline street last night!| The aims of the administration Italian capital. absolute quite was secured daft tart arriving in the Key vessels:: of the ClydeMallory
i is assisting the people of the country ll his communication Mr. another tecticn followed and West lacht Basin Monday.The BY OFFICIALS TODAYA
t City Council last night. and departed with a quantity of that in this was ctntinued until today I Lines between Galveston -
in their efforts to secure Stone points out 14 sail boats entered in the
s I!
The question came before the I goods Ray, Bridwell< 'sales manager j 1,homes 'was thoroughly explained Rome one time the reputedlynoisiest I the city is a haven of rest seek and race are scheduled to leave Havana -, and Key West::> will l he
for those who
!i( city in the wcrlJ the quiet Concentrated'campaign for
meeting ''following recommendation of the plant, 'entered the build: by 'the representatives in every other I Why cannot Key West tomoirow afternoon at' 5o'clock' :),'''resumed 'after a 11 ig period
a noise of horns or any peace. West and I Ion
and, if winds reasonably mosquito control Key
are !
this and 'found -
ing early morning
detail. he made the ? asks Mr.
disturber is same
I of never
made by Councilman Cabrera I every refrigerator box in the type peace I good, should! start arriving in the keys east of here as'' far as during whih vessels stopping
I i i i At the conclusion of thetttalklfit heard. No oprti exhausts on Stone. the i
relative to making an amendmentto i plant open! I! ...vas' explained 'tha't' the' 'First _ __ __ I I Fire yacht Chief basin 'Monday morning. No'Naine" Key will get udder way!J at this I port> carried no
------- ---- Harry Baker has agreedto
I I Investigation'showed that the, National Rank in Key Wes't'is {the --- : I May 1, it wa'S'' 'announced todayj passengers.
ring out five of the
t peals fire
thieves entrance through a1
certain sections the ordin- I gained : representative of the i Between now1' and 'the'' time' for!
GREATLY !bell each
KEITH MORGAN f time ytcht is sighted '
door in rear bf the buiMing by adn\inr..tra-I a i Announcement of the resumption
ance. I smashing the glass in the door. lion in this'city'and coming into the basin::; so'that persons ' act-jiil start of the e'radicatiop ''of'these'" sailings north is
I : tion relative to securing the loans 1 'I will not have to spend unnecessary campaign an'educational program ':
the wire screeningand
panel : SURROUNDING ISLAND shown in an advertisement! of the
Mr. Cabrera stated that a num- can be secured there. I WITH WATERS time
j reaching inside removed the teeing the finish of will be carried on, simultaneously!
| For the guidance of those who i Steamship Lines appearing in this
r of merchants along:, Duvall i pin front the bolt of the cross bar. I I the flashy race. control program.t'
-- with the
intend making application for I Five present issue of The Citizen.On .
cups arc being offered the
[et had complained of long 1 I Access to the plant was easy after, loans at the bank the following:I t "What has made a profound impression in terms of humanity and what enta ics in the race, which is following F. E.; Camus in charge of mosquito alternate Fridays beginningwith !

less on account of no auto- : that.While it is known that some necessary procedure is outlined: I I visit of can be done for the betterment<< of i, almost immediately the an- control in the sanitary de- Friday of next' week tli3
me during my I'
being permitted to park I slab bacon and canned goods were In the event the property own- I on those who need rest curative nual St. Petersburg-Havana sailing pal'tment of the Key West Administration -Steamship Henry R. Mallory will

I!j! stolen the exact amount of the er has already made arrangements I', little; more than a week in Key i treatment and a life which is free boat classic i this morning met with stop at Key West for freight and
horoughfare.tated with the bank or other institution: Cups for first in Class A passengers and this fhedule will
losses will not be known until I place :
!'I the from turmoil and strife. approximately foremen and
for the mortgage loan the insti- West is the similarity wa- and Class B offered 40 be maintained until further
that per- is taken next are being by
many I regulor inventory tution will make the application'II i I He cannot conceive, he said, a '! William R. Porter and No.' |sub-foremen in charge of work notice.
and ei'Thomp.'on
the itlaiid g
eretofore drove in Tuesday. I surrounding
up I I Sheriff K. O. Thompson visited for insurance of the mortgage to t]I I ten: Key West with towering struc- i'( respective I The lat- |I crews in the administration. j jII Manager C. E. ** ,.th advised

aking purchases: at the t I i, the plant today, at the invitation the nearest office of the admint the waters of Warm Springs, Ga.," I' tures, smoke belching from enormous I j ter is chairman of the local committee -i He outlined the general schedule The Citizen this: .orning that he

remained away sincek I i istration. If the property owner with arranging the races and is II which is start the of now has the regular tickets and
1 t,I of Manager Marcos Mesa, and had I Ii 1 said Keith Morgan vice presidentof stacks rind chimneys, I to first
has not found lender he
| their cars a great the known facts in the robbery a may t{i the noise and excitement which :i I in Havana now completing details I next month and emphasized the'I is ready to make res .t jns' for
make himself.
the application
I the stores explained. { : of the Warm Springs Foundation,I I at the starting point. Second place need for eliminating from Key'''future sailing dates"

lussion of the mat.'ided I I -, -- ,'i The application is then checked;''; always_ accompanies great l usi- i I cups: in each division are being West every breeding) place, for)I The last pass.\ ,h"' of. the
to determine if any errors have who has been actively in charge ic: I o I presented by the Key West Ad. mosquitoes. In addition to the activities Mallory sailiv frt' Key
; to have the SEEKING 'BLACK been made. This is done in the in- i Rather: does he visualize, a garden West
of the foundation and its great ,: ministration and the Julius Dam- to be carried on by the I] on April 8, 1929. The vessel -
ittee confer with i curing office. It is then turned spit with many quiet places 1
the K.
enstein is for was Henry Mallory and
being offered
'I Cup trained crew of ,men under Ca-
[,lative to the sub- WIDOW SPIDERS over to the Architectural and Valu-, work since the election of its where the tired business men and j the fin'oat\ fimrhing the race. mua, the model city ordinance,'I on the trip to New York carried
dweller amid the hustle and bustle
ation (sections which make another ,
Li 1 necessary, the I I inspection and appraisal of the president Franklin D. Roosevelt I of business excitement may with I Mr. Damcnstcin is of Miami. now in effect in Key West c\ver-t 38 passengers. It is anticipatedthat
kinder considera- I I The cups for winning yachts are ing garbage, disposal and control the start of the schedule becoming -
II | his family and friends enjoy perfect -
to the presidency of the United j now on display in the Fleming of water receptacles, will be rigidly effective next week is
making changes! [ Florida News Service) I Each of these sections make a J I : peace restful repose and quiet ,
( but the of
( street window, of the. Key West enforced it was ssid. fprjrunnfr!: !Mhcduls
Lhe ' I the chief underwriter who is in Mr. Morgan\ said he had been a
has worked a : of the Florida Reptile Institute, I I Mr. Morgan told The Citizen' the New York ting which forms a background for the mosquito eradication programis service southward from New York
charge of activities. After reviewing cub reporter on
f siness people of recently received an inquiry that he had been bathing everyday the display of these trophies was to be conducted. Some, pondson and other points to Key West
the University of Kansas asking if ;i the entire matter he makes his Times assigned to work in the
I| designed and executed Clair the island to be drained,
II ; some days more than once, rubbed by are
risk There he had
he could them with 1 living i as to the night courts. '
i I| !I since coming to Key West and he : Abeck one of the artists with the some will be filled in. larvaecide
PC, who conducts a "Black Widow" spiders, adult females i and classification of the mortgage. : elbows with humanity in all its CLAUDEJOHNSON
I FKRA. and oil will be used in the treatment
realized that the feel of the water i
.re, was awarded! a in lots of 50 and 100. I This goes to the director and if phases and it was during this pe- 1
air one of the fire : Ross he can and if the ex- J everything meets with his approvala its temperature and other riod there was awakened. in him Final r rranJt>ments for the of some cisterns and otherwater
I says I j reminded him of program of entertainment for the containers, while fish will DIES LAST NIGHT
ie were two bids for:I pccted order comes through ho commitment for insurance is is- the desire to do all possible for
j his baths at Warm except sportsmen are being held\ up untilit be placed in others.
work. Mr. White's will probably spend a good part sued. This commitment is final if i Springs suffering humanity and his asso-
i is ascertained definitely just Studies have been made which.
the has already that the Key West sea water is ciation with *ir. Roosevelt had
l 9.00, while the other | of his time prowling around old property owner I i
: vht'n the boats will reach that
Key show
[Singleton's Machinea wood piles, deserted out buildings, 1 arranged for securing the mortgage salt. ; nurtured that desire until today beyond doubt by plac. FUNERAL SERVICES ARE BEING
I if !i' Asked his opinion of the rehabilitation influence in West The program, it was! said ing a* few as two fish in a tankor
bid of $7.r.00.. !I and other localities where the loan but is tentative a it is the dominating
this morning, will not be carried larvae be CONDUCTED THIS
pond mosquito can
f'posing of a few other ,i :"Black Widow" usually makes her lender has not been found. however I: projects, Mr. Morgan his life.
minor importance I the I I' home. it only requires a few minutes said that there is no doubt that the '. He believes that Kt'Y't' t will out until all boats have reachedthe Waster 'A.FTERNOON

[as ordered adjourned. Few people would want to undertake to make it final when t arrangements ':' possibilities in Key West are Lt>. in years to come, the most finishing line.
I been then he had pictured and thecountry The cups will be presented at a to treated show no impurities.
such a task for the bite for the loan have 'greater: beautiful and alluring spot in
banquet to he given at Delmonico'sRe Gambusia and affinis will be used
of this particular spider. while not made with an approved lending institution since his coming he can readily and the transformationwill !
j Claude L. Johnson 58 died 7
[CERS TAKE I of ; realize the potential greatness ofi alone -taurant. The affair will be presided in this project. ,
![ always fatal is very serious andi which in the case be brought about not
o'clock last night in his residence
over by M.\ E.; Cilfond Key Another feature of the campaign
i i the insect is rated as America's pins in Ke/ 'West would be the Key West and the keys as the ideal by the FKRA but by assistance i I
1122 Southard street. The
West administrator and Mayor is to be that of enforcing phy-
most dangerous spider.I First: National: Bank. resort. j given by its foremost citizens.Mr. ;
RISONER HERE Willizm II. Malone is to presentthe the ordinance making screen sical condition to- which his: deathis
city i
I __ I II Not for those who want the i, Morgan\ left over the highway !
attributed it i is said resulted
- -- -- - --- the cisterns and the like ,
I bright lights flare and fanfare. this morning for'arm cup* Preceding banquet' a ing of man-

BACK TO MIAMI noise and bustle of other resorts Springs' accompanied by Emile cocktail party will be given atRaul's datory. from injuries received in an accident -
KEY WEST MARVELS OVER I of September 4, 1933.
i VISITOR which hold forth this type of appeal ,Watson consulting actuary fort club and following the Between now and the start

'i[ but to the people who seek c Ford and Dupont intersts, dinner:, .0. ftan q wi 1 +Iff.It t\ $I the major Netts rtfmb
KEY: FISH SPECIMENS SEEN DURING STAY i rest, relaxation and removal from who is deeply interested in the then; L tfa-MJ 1 1hit'Cj Jl.1t i (,meetjoKif 1 j>|Ji! 1 1" I lUCiIrt that I of 'Virgil S. Lowe on a

DETECTIVES SENT TO I I all the temptations of socal'ed foundation. ; A'uM'J11e'' boats entered in the when the campaign starts! the truck: lOincto:! Miami onLabor

I | rare are the Vamarie, owned by people of Key West will have Day. While crossing the JJo/a
ARRESTEDBY West is ideal.
WEST FOR MAN modern life. Key II. Tardcaytle Pennock. whp was :
a1 \ thV truck pfungej
Vadim 'edeeated''tbi'5the' 'aosolutle Chic Ur'JdiJe'\
IrondwjuwU been
1 : '
I! Mr. Morgan\ raid that since his in West and The Citizea
OFSHERIFF'S: i J In a Utter: addressed to "His The writer concludes his letter Key gave hrough the railing. Mr.\ ,3Iesvo
OFFICERS Leon wiA need
I association of over 10 years with the interview published in 'the issue owned,J Commodore t (for" mosquito. eradicaipn{ )J.
with "The. circulars handed out to w's
.. fir :Jt.Petersburg..Yacht Club 'here. drowned" and his body was
the ;
'West :?
FORCE Worship, 'the mayor. Key arrivals is idea and Mr. Roosevelt he has grown to of yesterday is a business as- I IHo
| a very good th 'riever' recovered.
I 'I base his values not on money but sociate of Mr. Morgan.APPROVAL\ ( .She.Uback, .Robcit.Jj' Newman. N
Fla., and received by Mayor Wm. focus&es-attention items of the i J owrer; Aura Hugh All Math son, OK' TAKE 'I Rescuers' came to the assist:

,Mil.1"1: *) its j I f rf'atf't-tinterest.' : !' -, - -- -- owner; Came Cock William B. BR r ante of Mr. Johnson. When taken
J. (). Barker tnd II. MaIn Jhii Dean writes from i Replying Mayor Malone wrote !I
Detectives i :, Allen/ owner; Duchess B. C. Da- t from the water it was found

Charles Schwelm. of the Miami r' the Hotel Everglades in Miami 1 I in explanation of the "black handkerchief -i M. GIBSON TOTAKE I II GIVEN t'i is. owner; Eloise 1 A, J. G. Archibald ON FISHING OUTING I Ij that Mr. Johnson had suffered
left the ; ," that it is known as theI '
detective bureau over j + owner and Pieces of Eight. serious injuries about the body

highway this morning: with Frrd- that the srtangest fish he ever I "sea pigeon" because of its head I Francis! Bid A ell\, owner. j and a compound fracture of the

die Bosque. alias V. M.\ Martin I resembling that of the bird, and I Ii Ij I CENSUS!! ZONING PROJECTS The Vamarie finished first' in I right Ipg.Since .

who was arrested Thursday by j j saw was at the aquarium in Key i itt- flappping sides resembles! ,I I I i!1 the Class A division Ln the St. IVterrburgHavana Major General J. A. Holbrook. the accident Mr. John

Chief Deputy Sheriff Clements! I West. somewhat the movement of wings. :i, : race while the United States Army, visitor to I I had been confined to his home

Jaycocks and Deputy Enrique It is an animal without bone, of KEY WEST MAN NAMED ENUMERATOR MOVEMENT TO BE FINANCEDBY Gam Cock took the first place Key West, was taken out yester-I i and it was only recently that he

He described it as a "jet black gelatinous composition and num-I ; dy on a fishing trip by .
Mays.When! | i ; cup in the Cla.;!\-B classic I was permitted to venture out on
the Miami detectives ar- handkerchief I emus in these waters. j FOR MONROE FEDERAL COY- I The sailing craft coming intoI S. Day and Captain John Sawyer. I the street. lie was apparenly re,.

rived late yesterday afternoon j one ,mere like a black Relative to the turtle Mr. Ma-]I COUNTY ERNMENTFlorida !I the Key West Yacht Basin; are expected -, General Holbrook hooked three ; covering but several days ago be

they went at once to the court than anything I could compare -: tone's letter explains that the;I t i to present an unusually attractive fine tarpon but failed to land !suffered an illness and physi: ,
took { largest turtle in the pen at this I II ] them. He landed a big jack, how. I
house and Deputy Jaycocks I sight It will be the first cian& pronounced his condition
j it to." lie also comments on : < ever. Rev. Day succeeded in catch.
them to the jail. i time weighs 275 pounds although CUT A.la' .rrss) ( News Service) time the St. Petersburg-Havana l critical.

As soon as he was seen Detective | the turtle in the "pool" at the foot I t there have been times when turtle 1 1I I TALLAHASSEE April 6.-I I TALLAHASSEE.; April G.-, race has been extended with a ing that a he CO-pound has been tarpon, the for one for : Funeral services are being held
Freddie! have been in the weighing as: :
Barker said "hello, I pens Commissioner The Florida State Planning Board I nightcap: from Havana to Key this afternoon 4 o'clock from J St.>
of Nath-
here we are and glad to be hereto of Margaret street and considers much as 500 pounds. !
meet you." The prisoner started -' I The letter also explains about:I an Mayo today Gamed M. B. Gib- Ja:t week approved twelve for land the'(. ,, General Holbrook was greatly Arthur B. ,Dimmick ,officiating,
and and zoning projects
but quickly this exhibit worth seeing the turtles being used principally:] son of Key West as census enu use delighted over the trip, which wasi in
; The placed
to talk Spanish j body was the
; t i( for ftate to be financed by the It'd-I iANNOUNCE DEATH i his first at tarpon fishing but he
; merator Monroe
county.A i i
changed: to English when called to "elsewhere would be used as an{I in preparing a very high grade cost of $4- church, at 2 o'clock.Pritchard'i .
eral government at a
< won't his last
it be however
told turtle anti is extensively > senate bill calling for a census rays ,
account by the detective who i soup 1 1 Fu oral Home! ,Is,,in
him to cut out the foolishness as Ytcomparable attraction. I used! in exclusive restaurants in of Florida's population before;i,; 306000. recommendations of the I 1I I WILLIAM STRAN I i because he is bent on catching the ,charge: of arrangements.
i If the three that he had hooked and lost.
English I! New York. Paris and London. May 15 was also passed by thehouse i Survivors are the JII'J.
he. Bosque. could speak iI The writer asks for the number Planning Board meet with government widows
as good as any of t*>*m. i' i I' Explaining the deceptive appearance -, but must go back to the I I 1''I $4.000.000 would I --- I Ir I Jennie Johnson; one son. Jack
The viiting detectives brought of turtles in the "pool" and the j of the size of the turtle senate for consideration of an YACHT RACETROPHIES I Rae Johnson; six daughter, lira.E. .

finger )prints and a photograph of j, size of the largest "I estimated i which :Mr. Dean said appeared to amendment reducing the pay of I,i be spent' in compiling of a Florida complete in r News of the death of William I i ;. C. Jackson Mrs. Wesley Ham.

Bosque .who is wanted on chargeof one of the largest with a patch be eight feet wide and 12 feet enumerators in cities of 5,000 or i,: furtherance topographical of map a federal financed ,.Stran. a resident of Tampa but lin, Misses Lulu, Oro, Ruby and

Wing implicated in the killingof about his middle one side to be ,long the mayor explained that turtle more population. 1 1I [ in formerly of Key West has been Gladys Johnson., One brother,

Louis Bosch in Miami in 1931 about eight feet or more across i under the water appear to be The senate is expected to accept ':land with use the program National cooperation Resources!:I received here by Mrs. Hildah Salis. :1 I Herrick Johnson, of St, Louis,

12 feet in length, i much than they water I the amendment. I The deeessed passed away at a WEST-HAVANA
and departed with the statementthat in width by over larger are. I I I Board. A Biological Survey of the I KEY Mo_ and two grandchildren.
last Monday leaving ,
Tampa hospital
there is no doubt but that ex-i being a magnifier,and creating the ServiceDon.t ,, St. Johns River and several' other I Il i his lister. .Mrs. Annie Stran in
this is i the man ne want. j illusion of great size. Battery recommended. j jI See Display
They congratulated the sheriffs I I :Mr. Dean asks! for information i 1 The letter of the mayor con- risk the inconvenience l projects were Rentz. and brother, Harry Stran. Habana-Madrid Club

office for the good work in relative to the "black handkerchief -j eludes, "It will be a pleasure indeed -I of having your battery go KNOWS MULES' NAME I besides numerous other relativesin Key i West Drag Co. Tonight

making the capture and especially: fish" and any other infor-. if you could spend a couple I dead at a critical moment. Bat. I : this city. I ]
I S. C. Col. Mr. Stran before moving to I S-NEW ACTS-S
commended Chief Deputy Jaycocksfor mation the mayor wishes to give.i of weeks in Key West and make tery service at low cost. LANCASTER, FLEMING STREET .
capturing the man for whom I lie writes that he travel a great a detailed study of the many rare I I roy Springs of this city has Le-j Tampa was connected with the': FLOOR SHOW AND DANCE

Miami officers have been lookingfor deal and "these are conspicuously II aid curious attractions we have I Lou Smith Service Station I mules and knows each one of local lighthouse department for il' WINDOW. 10 p. BU till ? Two Orchestras_

for many months. 1 notable objects of interest." h>re." White at Catherine Phone 522 by name. many years. I



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(Eht &f' iIt5 cF: : GREAT SCIENTIST AFFIRMS FAITH of many prominent men to the list I I winter golfing season at an end 1

Ir!i- TODAY'S WEATHER I KEY WEST IN of members.! Two of the latest are is still the kingpin of local golfers. ,-*
rubllihed Dally Except Sunday By Years small Norman E. Mack and C. C. Not-!
boy his
ago a guarded There are still many local,
THIS ciTitu rtrBLiamaru CO.. IMC. tingham. Mr.:\ Mack is former
.. L. P. ARTMAJV. P*....*.t. father's sheep in the pasture lands of I- DAYS GONE BY I chairman: of the National Demo- players making the round daily on
From The Citizen Building T.sap.ratur.* Seattle ......00..00.. 40 54 ''cratic the
I Happening Her. Just 10 : Committee and is at course and all striving to perfect .
Corner Qreene and Ana StrttU Idvor, Serbia, and contemplated the stars I II Highest ,..................!..........- .....85 Tampa .... __. ... 68 88 Years: National present
Ago A Taken From Democratic Committeeman
Today their game with the end in
Lowest .. .. 75 Washington . 42 50 '
that gleamed overhead. Later Michael The Files of New York. Mr.
The Nottingham
Of Citiie/i
-.ijr Dally Newspaper In Key Welt end Monroe Mean ....._ .................... .......8Q Williston ........ 26 34 -I view of taking Mr. Spottswoo.l'slaurels. :
County. Pupin became one of the world's leading Normal Mean ..._..._..... ..1.-. ..-..75 I' National U vice Bank president of Chattanooga of the First,I .

atered: at Key West Florida. al second class manor: scientists and while known far and wide Rainfall WEATHER FORECAST Among the many commendable Tenn. I A pretty home wedding was solemnized -
things for which the boom i
FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR for his remarkable inventions, most of Normal Yesterday's Precipitation Precipitation.... .05.0 Ins.'IhU Ins..{I (Till 8 p. m.. Sunday) : is responsible for in Key realty West Is I. I It last night when Miss,
Member .f like A, .eUte4 Prey J Key West and Vicinity: Partly the Editorial Comment: The town i I Maggie May U'alterson.! daughter

... Associated Press U txcluiUelr entitled to ne. which aided the well-being. man, he ending at reevrd b .'<, been general a part cleaning of the widespread up which has ac- boosters are doing their best butthey i''of Mr. and Mrs.! Walter-Waltersonx
r rvfuUnatton 3f ail news dispatcnes credited tit hate to holler louder to counteract -(became the bride of Connie W.
or not otherwise credited In this paper and alt continued to reflect upon the idea that Almanac | ti\ity. Lob and yards have been :

''e v teal news published Jaere.IlMllONAl Sun rises ................ ... 6:12 a. m. I///L j given a thorough going over and ;i the bad impression created I II M| Roberson. The ceremony wa per:

light and sound are divine methods of Sun sets .._. ._.. .......... 6:46: p. m. :r II,. in every section of the city cleanliness -I i by those who keep disorderly home;''! formed at the home of the bride
IDIICRIAL speech. Moon rises ......_._...., 9:09 a. m. P(\. :a.- I is evident. So great has been :i grounds. 808 Margaret street."Rev. L. Mun-
--- of'the First Methodist church,
Moon sets .... ...---._ ...11:24 p. m. f, the improvement that many of the .1| ro \
1935 Before his death Mr. Pupin, in an interview Tomorrow's>> Tide \ f.!' /, t.. '-1 I hundreds of visitors now in Key I Robert F. Spottswood, with the officiated.

StnSCIUITlON KATKS said "The more I have thought of P.M. t. /_.. West have commented on the
A.M. ..
,tip Year _.. ...._. __=lo.da :-- cleanliness around I
--"- of the areas
-Ix: Monthsthree 5.0t these things as a scientific the High .._..._....*..._.11:10 11:35 I CII. rII..ITI..iJTIIII..I :, rII.ll
man, more iI ; 1; (
,. .
Months ret .... ..\ ;. homes, giving that cool and attractive -
Low ................ 4:57 6:05 "J 'b I
>n. MonthVeekJy .81 do I realize that my boyhood fancy was I appearance which always attracts !
.2* Barometer at 8 a. m. today: I { '. .
the attention of visitors, as i
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ADVERTISING RATES correct. Truly a remarkable statementfor Sea level, 29.95. Cloudy Sliower well as Key Welters.
Made known on application. Just Three
SPECIAL NOTICa a scientific man, that the whatsome i
Lowest Highest ably showers Sunday; not much
All reading notices, cards of thank., resolutions of I Boys who intend to partake in
",pect, rbltuary: notices, etc.. Kill be brg4 for at people-call-dreams of youth are valuableand StationLast Night Yesterday change: in temperatures; moderate the swimming races off United
,:L.rate of :o cents a line. Abilene ............ .54 76 : I
::otlr,s for entertainments by churches from which an Intimation to adults that even the i southeast winds. street and the track meets in the
is be derived 6 line. Atlanta ............ 54 70
I revenue to are cents a I barracks the observance I

,. lion'The of Citizen public Issues Is an open and subject forum and of local Invites or general discus "idle" thinking of their boys and girls may Boston .............. 32 42 j I in Florida north and: Partly central cloudy portions, showers to- army of- Boys' Week during in Key West, :i -Months Left

kiterest but It will not publish anonymous communl be worth much.In Buffalo .._.....m. 28 38 I to be held under the auspices of
uttons. night; Sunday showers; not much
his Mr. said Charleston! _..._... C6 70 I the Rotary Ch'b. should get in
own case dltngt' in temperature.
touch with
....... George V. Perpall
Chicago .m. 34 44 i .
"science has greatly strengthened reli- I Jacksonville to Florida Straits: chairman of the committee having in which to take advantage
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST my Denver ........mm 40 !58 .
Detroit ... .... 32 40 Moderate southerly winds over thus matters in charge. In the of liberal offer
CITIZEN faith" m. our on
THE gious by giving "plenty of ground
Galveston! ........ 72 78 north portion and moderate;; southeast aquatic and other meets, Mr. Per-i

for intelligent! hope that our. physical life Havana ............ 72 winds over south portion and pall will have to grade the boy 1

............ accordnig to age and weight 50
1: Water and Sewerage is only a stage sJence of..f Jhe.Soul' Huron 30 34 weather partly overcast with showers
'. '1 t,.. i1J[ IhQiex's\ Jacksonville .... M 82 that the contest may be equalizedas IIFTOFRefrigerators '

2. Bridges::to complete. Road to Main- Mind you, we are not quoting some preach. Kansas City-..-.. 44 CO Sunday and over north portion' much as possible. Boys' Week: l' ; .
... I will be the first event of its kindin .
t' .... tonight.
KEY WEST 75 85
land.. er but a promjnent ,man. t't science! who Key West and the Rotary Club r l
Little Rock ...... CO 78 I Ea t Gulf: :Moderate southeast lt
3. Free 'fort:' t 'J" .. science effort ..to- .ard ... is determined to make it one grand { )
"' : explains as an fur Los ". .I'I i Louisville ... ...... 44 64 access. t -..-- '
4. Hotels and ,Apartments.. ther revelation of the world '- ,.
,,. beyond. fresh southerly winds over north .
Miami ..........._.... 74 80 I . .. >,( .
5. Bathing Pavlhon.C. 'v "If science does not help to give men Minneapolis ...... ::14 40 portion. The matter of counterfeit banknotes ..... .:'><: :

.. Airports-Land and Sea. and others a better faith to live by," he New Orleans .... 72 84 is again called to the attention -; Over one hundred of { .
I of Deputy United States Mar .
New York ......_ 36 50
7. Consolidation of County and City added, "a better understanding of the Pensacola ,'m..... 72 76 I ; shal Andrew Lopez. The treasury our customers have ale :.:M .

Governments.SIDELIGHTS. Creator closer 56 Pressure fallen in the Gulf department writes that a number :
a relationship to God, so Pittsburgh .m.-.40 ready taken advantage 'r.,
and South Atlantic States, with a of these in circulation and advises ;:
St. Louis ...... 44 64 I are -
that I better out the divine -
can r
carry purpose Salt Lake City .. 34 50 disturbance central this morning the deputy marshal to get in of this attractive' offer. t:

then I am a failure." Fan Francisco .. 54 64 I over Texas. Ahikne and Browns touch with all county and city law : ,

vine, 29.08 inches, and rain has officials and enlist them in the >E.
occurred during the last 24 hours matter of apprehendnig all $ 00
per. ;
I from the middle Mississippi Valley tons who are found with counterfeit l
I1\! eastward to the Atlantic coast in bills or any other spurious
The of the land are replete I ('IIU'I ITor I the extreme eastern Lake region monies.
By' MARCY B. DARNALL. newspapers \\K\Tlirril I 2f 1)'IAI.|
vii l: !VTITK UI'I.UItIlU.. and middle Atlantic States,.being
Farmer Editor>> .f TL Key West Citizen with pathetic stories of men and women IN AM .'UltIO'lun. : nH'\T'-.i heavy in portions of Tennessee, The Oversea Highway Association S
discouraged with life who decide to |\ I'll.t'IItMEIIrF:11Fs : \ 2.40 inches. There has Namsau>ws
I : : A. TAVI/iR' jolnertl.y Nashville, continues to add the names
Raymond Ditmars the eminent zool. end it by their own act. I friend her II. K.hM.TAYLOR l>an
ogist recommends garter snakes pets, Naturally, it is hard for those who ComplainantD. I States, except in southern Cali- month until 2|>l*..CCM 3 i
as \ Poreeloure..f lie fornia, and light snow in the 1 per IUKC 1 bold
declaring they are friendly, harmjess, abhor suicide to understand the mental CIIARIjKS S Of ItAXTKIl Tag rrimrnlr and northern Rocky Mountain States, OVER-SEA HOTEL July first. l.!LUGO 1 butt*Jlbt cherries b .

handsome and long lived. Their practical workings of one who practices it, m.uch Mrs.:.- H4VTKU.: his wife, if I and in portions of the Plateau region 917 FLEMING STREET 2 Ib* tomuua 1
and If dyad their unknown -
have fulfil 2 tUOHlUI rsp
value is due to the fact that they kill mice. less the thought of the few thinkers who hHrs. devisers. Krantr Temperature and! I -Rooms- !I See regarding this ? are'Isrd
or other claimants rt al been generally unimportant, With us
Other in include horned see it as a sensible means of solving the Defendants Running Water $1.00 2 isO
pets now vogue readings are near or above nor- I'
It appearing I'V the sworn bill of Person; With Cath, $1.50 trial plan luattl I qi2quickfcci
toad, lizards, chamelons, crickets, beetles personal problems of human existence complaint filed in the uliuve slatedcause I mal throughout most sections of a Person. I'I ice rl.bs-1
that the ilrfrndantd. ChArltiS. I with unseasonablymild
and snails. Take your choice.In when they crowd the soul. llaxtrr and Mrx Haxter. his the: country, in Gulf WEEKLY RATES J
wife, married, if alive non- weather prevailing
if are
Some individuals attempt to flee the reftidenls of the State of Florida I coast districts and the South At- Newly' RenovatedNew 1

the course of some good-natured bitterness of lost love, others vanish with and is particularly that their place known of to residence affiant as ia lantic States. Management EquipmentNew I The Key West Elec

cio| Stanley !It Miller and Frank G. S. KENNEDY.
banter indulged in by a Catholic priest, a the wealth they cherish and, for countless L..wl31 Milk Street Boston.Massachusetts Official in Charge. NO CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE I.

Jewish rabbi and a Presbyterian ministerin reasons, men and women bring to an enda and. That l.t-lieves complainant that I "
informed verily
I "I.rIll " :
Birmingham, Ala., recently, the minister life which we have been taught, the Mid that at Charles the time S. Itaxter of his death is dead. wan and a I 1i LEGALS -.- .- . ,

- was asked what he thought of the Pope's.Tjrifallibility. Creator, initiated rather than continuesome bachelor; that he left heirs, de- .
vlxefx, grantees or other claimants >OTH K OF U.o\4TIIt!< !I"I.P. ,
.: He replied : "He would notloiig grief, burden or shame that is, to who are unknown to complainant, III:
and that the address of the estate I NOTICK IS: HKREHY 1VEN. ....SS,SSSSSSSS055SS.50SaR150SS. ..e.1
continue to believe himself infallible them, unendurable. of said Charlea S Baxter is coStanley | that under and hlrtue of, and
R.11IIt'r: and Frank Lewis, pursuant to that certain deoree.niailf ,
'"* _lf he were married. Is there some defect of human nature 31 Milk Street, )ioslun, Massachusetts and entered on the 20lb day I'
; that complainant verily t>eliees -I Iof Marsh A, 11. "1:;. I.)" the Honorable -
that leads to suicide under stresses which that said defendants are Jefferson B lirowne. Judge of
each over the ae of twentyoneyears I lie Circuit Court of the TwentiethJudicial Invite Yo
A Winnipeg newspaper records some others overcome or is it rather some failureon and that there is no personin Circuit of Monroe County
the State of Florida the service Florida, in Chancery, in that certain
'happenings! which indicate that there may the part of other human beings to extend of a summons" in whom would bind said defendantsor U complainant.
be something in a name, after all : Oscar the sympathetic hand in intelligent any of them. That the real estate -I and Merlin a A.A. .Sawyer altl and Kelen H llattl.

Luck went bankrupt as a result of gambling understanding of the plight in which an involved as follows in this:
; Mr. Cuff and Miss Link were mar unfortunate personality has been blasted? Count, Florida Seventeen. towitLots (17) and John(iiannone S. Oiannons.sometimes Lewis known K Pierce a.

ried; Thomas Neverstop was jailed for Eighteen (lit In Square( One 01) Emory I* Pierce and Robert B.
of Tract Twenty-seven (27)
speeding past traffic signals, and Alfred HANDLING BAD BOYS according to the Martello Towers undersigned 'C Complete Line Of
subdivision Plat of which Is! I Icery. appointed by said decree, willoffer
_ 'Waterer was fined for selling diluted milk. -- duly recorded In Plat Book 1, for sale and sell at publicoutcry <<
t page 140. Monroe County. Florida to the highest bidder for :
71 **" _____ : Two ragged and, dirty little boys were Records<< ash! before the front door of the
+tl: if .. It therefore.. Ordered that said County Court house in Key west
" The late Torn Watson of Georgia raught stealing, electric light bulbs from d..fend.ntCharl..11 S. Baxter! and Monroe County. Florida, on Monday Wine and Liquor Sets "i l !
I, Mrs -- Baxter, his. wife If married the fclh day of May. A.'IX 1935 :; : . j
'once confided that, Vine 'whole5secret ofsuccess the front of Eva'Le'Galliennes' theater in' and If
. { in loliti.ct i isJfo remember, that }jt i inhlpo is ;New." York. Police were about t to* be"iuim'jrioned claimant heirs -detisees., having grantees or Sets
sll}! le to ovvt'm:1fe\ .t!lstu;: dity !?\ but first.-9Ii- ;Ip1 llienne-shad- - an hereinbefore. in and described to the be, and property they ,clock.chock| in in the the afternoon forenoon of said and day 2 rCocktari'-Sets t. Hignbaill i : ,:: i

j:. of'the ublic." -Jj !t UjiQj; by :some 'of.t. l idea\she wanted I'to apply. ere the hill liertl.of complaint required to filed appear In said to to the satisfy following said decree described by properly paymen4 .
had cause c.n or l.efore Monday, the fctli of the amount therein specified: Cordial Sets . 'Buffet Sets I
doctrines large sections Vf the publfc 'are She asked the urchins if they lay ..f stay, A. I>. 135. otherwisethe In the City of Key .West 1. .4.r .

swallowing today we are forced to believe ever been in a theater. They had not. Did allegations of said hill will betaken Monroe Count... Florida.1 known C i S .
as confessed by said defendants ns Lots Three (3) Four (H and '
old Tom was more than half right.A they have any notion of what went on inside I Five (5): In Block Fifteen (IS).
It Is further Ordered that this as shown on the Plat of TheKey
a theater? No. So she invited themto Order lie puMi"hd once<< each week West Investment Com-
for four "'s subdivision of part of S
returned missionary reports improved attend a performance of "Peter Pan." .KeWest (Citizen a newspaper published Tract Ii, duly recorded In Plat
in Monroe County, Florida. took 1, page 59, of Monroe
manners among the cannibals of Those two little vandals were spell Haled April 2, 1935.ROSS County, Florida Records. Artistic Glass Tableware Specialties
the Belgian Congo. They have eaten no bound. The play gave them a tremendousthrill. Clerk of Circuit Court. Special Master In Chancery."
native for more than a year, and it has Afterwards the actress asked them Solicitor fur Complainant.. Solicitor for the Complainant.

been about 12 years since the last white if they would help her take good care of aprC-I3-0-. ; ma>4 aprC-11-20-27. ma)'4 Beverage SetsTumblers .

---- ----
man went into the pot he being a trader the theater. -
Goblets ternsShells
. who had been hard! in his dealings with "You bet we will !I" they said. "And :

the Congo folk. we'll make the other fellows lay off, too.''

Your OpportunityNow i Champagne Stems Cocktail Stirrers i

When inclined to worry about what DRINKING CAUSES ACCIDENT

fate holds {fn'store. , we might well I-: .. :

t ber, -a!f some one has said, that rcmem.1 Drinking drivers, rather than drunken is the time to modernize your home and :: ? ;

tlLings:\ve worry about never drivers, are the menace of the highways, to make such improvements to your property as may Electric Mixers, Beverage Shakers ". ; '. .. ';, i iI
be desirable before
needful costs
or too
read\ ,of a sailor who roamed the seas for according to Curtis Billing, of the Na- t S _

many i years, always Haunted l by the fear tional Safety Council, who reports an experiment I much. Also Other l' " .:
.. ,
I Itrk i I; X I'I
: of being drowned. He finally met his end made by two Danish professor .
See us about the U. S. Government plan on .
by falling off a camel in the Sahara desert which demonstrated absolutely that the long term modernization loans. I : Household Necessities and Specialties :i

and breaking his neck. equivalent of three highballs greatly reduced -

the speed with which a man can Enjoy the benefits while you pay. I ':

The idea that silence is golden has : apply a foot brake or strengthen his grip .

never! made much headway among barbers, I on the steering wheel.Undoubtedly I The First ,National Bank ot Key West I "Your home is worthy* of the:best1 i

: but the case of Joe Perricone of New York automobile accidents

r is one exception, at least. He never worries have increased since the repeal of prohibi- I
Member of the Federal Reserve South Florida Contracting & Engineering. Co. jl
customers with conversation nor with tion and while drinking majr explain-then} : \

i annoying importunities to have singes, it is not an excuse which can be accepted Member of Jhe Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. : i :

r massages and tonics they did not want. A by the public generally. The nation will YOUR ; BANK Phone 558 WWI, .and Eliza i Street b |

t wealthy customer recently took Joe on a be grateful for any solution of the prob- .
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vacation! to Florida{ in appreciation. lem that will cut down the mounting tolL 7"1"

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BUSY BEES DOWN Sermop subject: "Haying the mindof

I w GREHT RICHES FUNERALHOMERS FORUMeeeeeee.eeeeeeeMMeeeeM i-a-l I o'clock Wednesday the Christ.midweek" evening at 8:00

. eeeeeeeeeeeee. eee. . *
Please the
I note change of time

'irzioPata t I,"t.. 1tI4.s. HI, a Stlmson that U'a never occurred: REPUBLISHES ARTICLEON made by Marani &: Moore, Civilad i FLEMING I of all evening services.
,HI* icow| M. S rtnrro.i preparatory :-Uo In to any of,yon tbath Isn't J;mel I CHURCHCor. I CHURCH
11, e... ta **d ate 4".t flora* la a. much Mclly'a son as Jim's; l Ohio, who have submitted
i.vcli. .
..Mc_ coud .. ..ch.ct., ...... more to mJa, of thinking. And Th. article estimates of plants of various Fleming and William Street?
lacowi to "...| a ynu. CO" If Jim bad been a little ..trongerhln.el SCORE OF 9 TO 4 following was J. C. Gekeler, Pastor -
Itfft to,out o; tft, 4".. ,"; JaMh9sa ** he wouldn't hart laid down written and publitbed by me sizes and capacities. Their estimateof Shuler Peele, Pastor Corner of White and Washington Mary's Star of the Sea

t At* araad/alArr't ititdyug laa fermn ta' tk. oglo!*. and died 'of the smallpox Just because in The Tropic Magazine in the cot of manufacture varies Sunday school} at 9:45: a. m. Streets Rev. Wm. Reagun, S. J.,

ar.Jtuifc Boto i*ortf( al. 41e1'/l1./ and Mat o/ Ate. (By JOVE) for a plant having of in charge. Classes for a. m.
a capacity all
Thla was and l be interested in
folortd oOU* toy.! Wappy.Chapter heresy everyone might e; C. Elgin, superintendent.The .Order of services for this
talked at 'once for a few mlnntes. The Busy Bees and the Lopez tabli hng! a hue fertilizer a hundred tons per day the costs ages. Adult Bible Class is taught church:

11 But presently the conversation came Funeral Home played a wonderful ;]\)ai>t in Key Wet, to utilize i something under $9 per ton; for Wesley Fellowship Bible Class by the pastor. Sunday morning Muses will be
back to Dr. Jima eon. Miss Julia a thirty-seven and a half ton plant 9:45 a. m.Morning.
last It h'tbe enormous quantity of Log said at
FIRST, FLIGHT game night. was a seesaw Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 7 and 9:30: o'clock..
repeated la detail the story which contest until the fatal ninth .ferketd sponge fouCid: in thesewater $9.19>; and for a twenty-five ton worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic: "The Perseverance Week-day Mass at" 1 o'clock.
npHB moment Inevitably came James had told on himself of buying ,' I plant, $9.33. Holy Communion.
> of Divine Love. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock
when James WM hrentJ- If the paper on the wall from a depart- I when the Bakers put over MX: I In these estimates the cost of Intermediate Epworth League ,
I The realized Evening at 8 o'clock. Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOSTAL .
:th.Judge and Nappy had not taught lug upper clauman. runs. hope was not gathering the sponge is placed 'at meets at 330 p. m. Miss Venda- worship
;, perhaps to the World Sermon: "A Covenant of Mercy.
hlaTall they knew they had taught ThU brought forth much laughter Bowing l
two dollars ton. but if superintendent.
him I Armando Acevedo was the star War which called for the investment per we Mrs. E. Davenport will sing the I
a'TeT'1 treat deaL and Inspired other stories. As a climax
I take the highest of the cost of this Young People's Departmentmeets MISSION!
A lULls' later, arrived Mill Julia stated definitely I of the game with two doubles and of all the capital of aria from the Holy City. "These
the great i tem, $3. the cost of producing the at 6:30 p. m. Miss Mary I I ----.
that even he. Judge admitted that three the world in the manufacture Are They Which Cameo"Tne
Car when James took his examinations I 1 singles scoring three runs material would be $10.33 ton Felton, president. 909
per Olivia Street
James was not Interested in of murderous munitions mid-week Bible study hours
for to I I
admlulon money
to the bar and
auiakin. nd stole two bases.In i in the smaller Evening
plant. Add ten worship service at 7:30 Wm. Skondeen Pastor
percent i held ,
passed with brilliant ease. make widows and orphans, impair OR Wednesday at 7:30 p.
TW. was followed by the even '"The Judge* Miss JulIa eald the field, Higgs, McCarthy civilization and bring untold to this for under estimatesand o'clock. Sermon" subject: "The I m. Topic "Thou Art Mine." ]I Sunday morning worship, 11

greater day when the Judge scornfully actually teems to think and Ubieta played well. The Bakers woes to mankind. it will bring the cost to $11.35.On Things Eternal. Please note the change of time o'clock.
that; this shows Mr. Wilson's lowest estimateof Mid-week prayer service, Wednesday ,, Sunday school for all 3:30
further proof of for the service.Services ;,: p.
about Topeka with James ID his started scoring in the first inning I republish the article now Sunday evening I Ii
James' superiority. He says that any j the value of the material even evening at 7:30 o'clock. nI.I .
wake and called upon the Governor with hope that the possibilities i will be held each
and other notables of lesser Importance dirty Utile foreigner with a pack on I t one down. of this project be with these ultra conservative estimates Senior choir will practice immediately i ning of Holy Week. e\'e-I|I Sunday night evangelistic!! serve
and allowed his back can make a fortune In this Baker made a wonderful catchin may the annual earnings after the mid-week service. t ice 7:15 o'clock.
them the favor of
investigated by those agencies
,a handshake with the coming wen-' country' it that'a all he's interestedIn. i the sixth inning. that at engaged would be $37,500 for a twentyfiveton Mrs. P. E. Roberts, directoress. I Tuesday, 7:15 p. m., prayer and

dee of the state of Kansas. I never heard of such nonsense." Score by innings: R. II. E. in the are present plant; a profit of seventy- Intermediate choir will practice JAINT PAUL'S CHURCH praise service
development and
The Judge had been for years a "He said asmuch to me," Mrs. rehabilitation { five percent which ought to satisfy L Thursday at 7 p. m. Miss I Friday, 7:15 p. m., fellowship
.... of West.
power In politics In: his state and Millard put In. "At' least he said Bees 020 100 006-9> 13 3 Key i I f the most avaricious.I Mayfield Knowleg, Pianist; Miss Corner Duval and Eaton Streets meeting.

he was noted for never forgetting! a that BO man-ever became famous Lopez .. 000 300 100-4 G 6 Some of the figures relat- I I have assurance: that if the mai Susan ,La Kin. Directoress. Sunday Services: Saturday, 2:30 p. m., boys' and
who the value of tke base
cared about to
if&rcr good or bad. As he kept bIll money and that Batteries: C. Gates and Garcia: n.l< :i I terial produced from LoggerheadI Board of Stewards meets the Mass 7, 9:30: and 11 a. m. girls' church.

own district firmly under his thumb I Dickens'waa wrong in stating that A. Lunn and Ingraham. fertilizer and the cost of in* :I s will show( five percent Monday following the first Sunday Evensong and Benediction of
genius was an infinite I 1 units and .
foriipatatnr4. stalling gathering
capacity .
ia.nd never asked for office for,him. ammonia, it will be worth from of each month at 8 p. m. in the Most\ Blessed Sacrament. 8' p.
self. UK;ajiIneqt\ statesmen in T.pekaftt > ,' ihelUves:: gatbered, that the Nummary!? ': Errors: Castro 2, the sponge, may have to undergo I seventeen to eighteen dollars per the pastor's study. m. METHODIST EPISCOPAL
: fclas %he
tha4z1oo common various causes, but they
aldt,: 'lo'keep.' on his good acq: ,Jstpve' instinct l suppose he ham, Kdrr," C. Lpnn. Castellano; would not affect the net result. I I I The following is froni thepresi- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sermons at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.' "EL SALVADOR"

bad James In mind.""'* three base hit: M. A eved6 two [dent of one of the largest and most I Week Day Services: ..
Moreover ; I
jt&fTJtt ,ge was an old "Of 1 reliable fertilizer factories in Florida Eaton Street, Between Duval.and Mass day at 7 and I Grinnell 'and Virginia
i and .hperleaeecf mpaf&11er and course hg hf-d. James hasn'tThe base hIts: 'A. Acevedo' 2; stolen JEFFERSON B. BROWNE. I 'every a. m. r Streets
Ua sUgJu : I i Simonton Streets j' also on Wednesday at 9 a.
/ an acquisitive bases A. Acevedb'2 :
'brimming' :\! )Bakt"r hale
: ,
orefifw& picturesque 1 .
bits of news so the reporters, always lafcHct* fttm"fJI.[ (& be a genius. Castro; struck out: by Lunrt 2, by Key West 5, 1935.NEPTUNE'S Fla.. I "On a basis of the analysis James S. ,Day, Pastor Morning and; evening prayer (Services, in Spanish)
|laid" themselves out to get In hi. Judge theory to fit Gates 2; base's: '"On balls: A. Lunn April enclosed the wholesale value Bible School, a( 9:45: a. m. ,daily at 6:45: aim. and 5:80 p. in.Confessi Sunday ,.10 a. m. .

good graces-and" anyway |Ii{ was sotted the ease.. ."It ever I saw a man be- 1. Gate 2; wild pitch: Gates 1, GIFT TO CERESBy of the material in bulk at any Morning worship at 11 o'doCk'l nslSaturdays 1 j at 4:30p. Mothers'Preaching,Club 8 p. meets m. Monday, .i

doll that day In Topeka and the old Lunn 2; earned runs: Busy Bees center, or where there is a The pastor speaks on the m- ,15'
timers and the Jefferson market for it fertilizer "A Disappointed Christ." I I 8 p. in.Bible.
GJLR. B. Browne by -
L were sure to 4; time of game: 1:40; umpires:
and service
suggested here study
Interested in the news of ex- SOMEONE that Capote and Gonzalez. From May, 1916. number of "The manufacturers, say in New The Baptist Training Union I prayer
b tter with their Wednesday, 8 m.
yernor Stitnson's grandson and go Tropic Magazine" Orleans, Jacksonville, Savan- meets at 7 o'clock. p.
whist They did. But the .
Idea that
imesakeherefore nah, Charleston, or New York, Evening worship at 8 o'clock.
It came about that James Stlmson waa an impractical GAMES Sermon subject "The Great De 1106 Olivia Street "LA -TRINIDAD"Revs.
In general all Floridians would be in the neighborhoodof
i was not only greeted warmly Irresponsible dreamer when It came SUNDAYI a way, lusion." Morning service at 11 o'clock L. Qser and Montero,
Thisis I
have abiding faith in the $17 or $18 ton.
an per
j ade much of by every person to making money or getting on in the I Note that the evening worship Sunday school, 3:30 p. m I I Pastors
out in this '
figured manner
world was lodged In the minds of AT MATECUMBEBy resources of Floridaa : !I '
of political note In Topeka. o'clock Sunday night service, 1z15I puval and Angela. Streets
hour is at 8 instead of 7:30
faith justified the Available Phosphoric!! Acid, $1 I
the leaders of New Concord society by celerity o'clock.
whole! column Interview o'clock.FIRST ,I Sunday school, 3 p. m.
i leading papers, each coJ-' never to be entirely uprooted. with which the hope of today is j per unit.Ammonia I I Evangelistic service, Wednesday Service in Spanish Friday, 'at
with tbe At the same time the most of them realized on the morrow-so that I $3 per unit. METHODlST 7:15 ?
; prediction that 1 CHURCH :j I p. m. :SO p. m. ,
stuck to it that James ( JOVE) when discovers Potash, $1 unit.
pn was unquestionably was uncommonly one a fallow fieldof I say per -- Prayer and praise service. Friday -

I follow 1 In the footsteps bright with a gift for oratory The local baseball club will wealth. the surprise is not ati I I I While potash is costing a Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts. !i j 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- I
pious grandfather. that might make him famous almost .: play a doubleheader tomorrow aft I its discovery, but that it was not., great deal more than than Ceo. E. Summers, B., D., Pastor I ing.i SAINT PETER'S CHURCH

iras so exceedingly kind over night ernoon at the Snake Creak Park discovered sooner. :| today, you can't get the same Church Sunday school at _

excited that he quite Both assumptions were presumptuoua. on Matecumbe.\ The local boys I For ages the streams of the price for it where there i is 9:45 a. m., under leadership opens of ,i Latin Mission (Colored)
.b,. Yet be remained James' acquisitive Instinct I have been training hard all the Mississippi Valley have been washing onlY) one percent in goods. Gerald Saunders, general super- i I I Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Center Street Between Petvonia
was perhaps a small part of him. lie
est to make week and expect to win both contests conditions in
a goodon from the soil and depositing in Under normal intendent. Each department meet Thursdays, conducted bj: Rev.I and Olivia
was half
( practically ever}'. never so Interested In but the latest reports from the Gulf of Mexico incalculable a fertilizer with only one per in its own assembly room. I Charles E. Lazo. Sunday Services
money making as other things.
'the enemy's camp is that they have quantities of nitrates. Nature, cent of potash, the potash is I Sunday school, 9:30 Mass, 8 a. m.
but be was no fool about money Worship services at 11 a. m.1 a. nu
Js In
imittee executive sea and was meticulously honorable brought a battery from Miami forthee which permits no waste has not charged for. There is no and at 7:30 p. m. The pastor will Solemn Evensong and Benediction -

room. tbe about paying his bills and living games. gathered and stored them in mil* question about finding a mar- bring both morning and evening i of the Most Blessed Sacia-

of Henderson tbe Ways of and El I within his income.On The local boys do not mind this I lions of tons of sponge from St. I ket for the material. messages. The topic for the morn CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH I ment, 7 p. m.

[of the shrewdest the other hand he was no so much, for they have batted I Marks to Fowey Rocks. but the The next question which\ arises ing message will) be: "My Father I 1 Church school 8 a. m.

V beat' Judges of brighter probably than half a dozenof against pitchers from the Magic sponge of commerce, the Sheeps' is. "What is the fertilizer content I lly Brother" (a communion 527 William, Street t Sermons aL8 a. m, and '1 p. m.

[state where they his young friends. His small gift City before. They hate Griffin woof Yellow and Gra!s-which 1]!! of the Loggerhead sponge?" Re-: tation). At the evening medi-j: I E. Richard Evans, Pastor Week-Day Services.

llclans as casually of oratory was entirely undevelopedand Smith and another hurler from:L I are but skeletons after the animal :tently one of the owners of the- will speak on "Workmen Approved' Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. j Mass on Tuesday and Thursday -

bes) was not over he could only talk at all to more : Miami and Harrison will be behind matter has been washed out-are 'II I patents Mr. W. H. Teare, spent Of God." ; Morning worship at 11 o'clock.} j at 7 a. m.

than halt a cozen at a time wben I the plate. much too valuable to be convert f two weeks in Key West, and visit. Epworth League meeting at I The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup 1 Litany and Sermon on Wednesday

|'be Judge Is riding be was excited. angry or wrought The Key West players! have the, ed into fertilizer. ed the sponge beds to estimate the 6:30 p. m. Miss Vanessa! Collins, : per will be administered.!! ,'I at 7:30 p. m. '

vi a fall." said tbe; up. following: Griffin, Ingraham. Strange as it may appear to supply. He gathered a few sponges president. Gerald Saunders lead : Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock. Confessions: Alter the Wednes.day .

JrjPPing hi. chair But no matter. The good ladles I.Casa Bethel hale Acevedo, Castro those who reckon not with the I and converted them into fertilizer er. :, Evening worship 8:00: o'clock..I evening service.
LEIrrhe boy la Ilk.: of New Concord bad come to a de Ubiets. Gabriel. Gopher Gonzalez '
cision.A haphazard ways of Nature theLoggerhead material by a rude process,u Board of Stewards meet on I I -- -
r; \' not the man I : Navarro. Rueda and Sal- I with uI
which hereto and furnished the writer a I
sponge: 7:30 il'the Educational
Silk: little later Miss Julia made the I Monday at p. m. \ -i
Lure r..flea lot a remark to which all this has been inero and Aguilar manager. I fore was supposed to have r.o com;- sample which was sent to the Agri- Building. OLD MONEY WANTED

l>. examine preamble. "Well." said Miss Julia, mercial value. is destined to become cultural Department of Florida I Mid-week prayer and praise :

ipetltors.r\bls\\ most i absently trumping her partner's i SOCIAL one of Florida's mot: prolific : with request for an analysis. Mr.. service on Wednesday at 7:30 p. ___ '

tie I""1'uates.: ." said the king "it seems to me there Is Just I I LEAGUEI l sources of wealth. It has lit.: Teare advised me that on accountof m. I'M DESPERATE, f KM0UJ
Len ,mith of Wichita, one thing we can do to help James I tIe or no skeleton or fibre and]I lack of facilities he had lot Choir rehearsal on Friday evening M/W-/ HERE GOirlTHAI THE GLOBE COIN
amount to something and that is to PUTS ON GAMEBy to size and }I been able to retain all the properties AOVEATI6ES Rift O1.D COM
tbe Judge. "And you know i grows enormous many :I !: at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs.\{ Joseph VIMAT* LEFT COM MAY AT HIGHEST PRICES IU.FO .
Ige Is tbe surest picker of r rgu Cod him a practical common sense can be found which will weigh aJ '1 of the sponge; notwithstanding Sawyer, org qilt.; Gerald Saunders OF THE. s'i' BftlNQ 600C SMb THEIR CATALOG
material of any man In wlte. J thousand pounds when first taken I I ing it showed an ammonia I choir director t OANKROOr lX LUCK Y TVHAT AT OMCE-.IT5 ONLY

late. lie says the kid can talk I Aa bas been previously stated the JOVE j from the water. About thirty per- content of 5.50 percent, as!! will be I DOLLARS AND 12.CENT.5 TME 10 CtNTS

way* for Sundays already, members of the Thursday Whist In the ( Social Diamondball) I cent of this is solid matter. It is I : seen from the following analysi! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY AND THIS DATE ON-

re' no denying the power of a i Club Jumped at It It brought a new |' a voracious feeder. a very rapid I i by the state chemist: OLD COIN I CARRY) IT ?
League the Florida East ,, LUCK
Look ." Interest In their rather dull! lives. i yesterday FOH
very tongue. at Bryan.DHYAN and starves and crowds: Moisture 4.96 percent.
grower 327 Elizabeth Street
They agreed that Miss Julia's: Idle : Coast ten won their game by forfeit I .'
hasn't a weak mouth. remark was Inspired.The i from the Recreation Department out the more valuable sponge of r Available Phosphoric Acid, 0.45; Sunday school, 9:30: a. m.
commerce and its destruction I I.I.I percent. Sunday morning service at 11
Ooubtles this James BrewaterStlmson burning question ot who and then played an exhibi I *
would would largely increase the growth I Insoluble Phosphoric Acid, 0.1&percent. o'clock.
tbe third Is a bright boy, make the best and most thoroughly tion game with a picked team :

but I've seen too many bright 4lgbts competent wife for James re- farmed with three Recreation, "j of commercial sponge and further Wednesday evening, servi.ee at
an'settled j this of Florida's Ammonia (N. II.), 5:50: percent. '
augment :
manned source 8 o'clock.
k thqugspt and the from the
In my day flare up and g< 4At\ undiS )lAyers rest
t I Then be added thoughtfully bait cuss he had been admitted to the bar I The waters in the vicinity of r Chlorine, 6.00 percent. and ,Fridays
to himself. It and ing 'openTuesdays..
; : "Perhaps Jie jnarries I Gabriel? for the nicked;! : team,
tbeiht I GIrl-,\ kc4..Ielt, Js.ee.n;' tad been promised a Junior partner pitfhe'it L jt" nk-hit-i,nttfun* game, Key West abound with them and I I This analysis shows' 5.50 per from 3 l to 5,o'clock.: .,

tu '.,.unfinished. 'I'dJx1IiPO i.ir.! ship in the firm of Stlms. b land'llolcomb ana trf'tnakeAheronte t e4ci,more ; they extend in diminishing, quantities cent ammonia or five and one-half: .

wards be had forgotten all about ; as soon as be had earned with I to Biscayne Bay on the east: I units which< at l$3.00 per"unit. 1tMIXEDR1BLECL.ISS-' -
sensationally Kessin"ott.sec
1 James. TJbOpcfd"ent: to ..f'orlfrj.' .ff it The Judge. In spite of "his affection. C\ lJWTj'on first: Rusell r 1j I and Apalachee Bay on the west makes it worth for its ammonia -' -
record be&uSe' week WJv viiKr was Tar too shrewd/Jix( ke on I.I.I I content alone, $16.50 ton< to W. _
*> things ;hit; i 'iJieMVivfr, > the pitcher'who coast. per Sam B. Finder and P. Monti- __
Miss too easy for his favorite. AIJames' I which must be added each
Julia Pratt said practically the About a year ago the writer's: $1.00 cine, Teachers
same thins and her friends and Intimates ! clientele was as yet confined caught the ball, threw to second, attention was called to the value j I for Phosphoric Acid and Potash This class meets every Sunday A FEU DAW LATER THE. so601MG
largely to those Nappy rounded and the second baseman in turn CATALO6 ARRIVES -
Jumped at it. and up of Lc-Kgerhead sponge as a fer el i.|! which brings it up to $18.50 per morning at the Harris School auditorium '?, r0C 'ritAr4l-'
brought ID to him and as be relayed the ball to first to complete -I' I
"James may be a cenius. argued could not to save his soul charge a triple play. tilizer base or material by Mr, I If (.I ton. I at 10 o'clock. Men and HOMEY/LOOK 'r wIMLO0IICMEAJLLFUL TO THE

Miss Julia heatedly I to her fellow darkey a large lee It seemed for a f Loren Wilson Pr sident of tha I i It is not claimed. that the product women not connected with any AT THE PRICE ([?25Q.OO DID I ATCVCRVGLOBE, COIN
a Adams for the Railroad boysstruck
devotees of the Thursday Whist I !I will be complete fertilizer COIN 15 ) HEAR YOU COIN | 6CT- \\CO. OP CHICAGO
while as it his fate might remain Wilson & Tooner Fertilizer Co., : a other Bible Class and regardless /
Club. "but lye lived a matter of out five opponents andGahriel > OUR AH OLD COM4 ) FOR OUROOOC
base be U4T D
but is valuable to
j a
unsettled for canny years longer. and I at once began to invests I i of denoraniations are invited to
fifty odd and I've MC
never none.
years g 15 A LUCKY y& FORTUNE
yeS Tbe ladles, however. the of gathering used!! by fertilizer manufacturersto : attend. 2aCoL *
heard of any geniuses who were not dis The final score was 8 to 0. gate supply, cost II _ _ OIC.R'-
couraged. They told themselves they and converting into fertilizer and I mix with other material in the -1 -
noted for their money sense or common I.
sense either."It's had expected to wait Meanwhile its value when so reduced. I learn* I I[I proportions required for the various THE SALVATION ARMY \ I

my belief that James Is the tbe matter offered neverending subject BALK AT NAMING ed that valuable patents had been I j I kinds of soil on which it I is: I

sort that never will know which for discussion and pleasurable obtained on processes for this purpose -,,I to be used. I Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer .

side his breads buttered on. lies i a weighing of pros and cons. The but the owners were uncer-i I The estimates of the cost of t I in Charge &

nice boy and I'd be the last to deny: mothers with marriageable daughters . TAMPA BALL PARK tain about the supply and cost of r I production are based upon the 1002 Fleming Street

that he's got his share ot brains. naturally their names enough-that nevei of mentioned gathering. After nearly a 'ear"1 1, cost of deliveripg the !sponge! at a I Company meeting (Sunday

But he'. not a strong character course work I am able to give the 'plant in Key West in which vicinity Khool), 9:30 a. m.
would nave oeen considered the
You only bare to take a good lookat belgbt of Indelicacy-but there was (Florida News Service) in'!? data: the Loggerhead sponge is found in Holiness meeting 11 a. m. _

him to see tUat""But not a girl or anywhere near suitable TAMPA, April' 6.-Tampa's The supply is practically inexhaustible --I I greater quantities than elsewhere, Y. P. L. meeting, 6:15 p. m. I '4

he's so like his grandfather. age or condition in New Concord Board of Representatives balkedat : and the sponge is such and where there is a supply of native Salvation meeting, 7:45 a. m. .
:began Mrs. Millard. "James Is hardly I.
who was not at one time or another their last meeting at the suggestion a rapid grower that before the skilled boatmen and spongers
more than a boy yet. All the Stloi- I The will in SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS
undvf consideration. that the city plaj ground : rre!ent supply on the fields with cost of production
sons were. and ball park be named after the in a radius of one hundred miles: crease in proportion to the distance
The trouble Is." broke In Miss (CovyrigKt.* Itil Mated H. FonsAamjunoMclal I 1017 Fleming Street '
I famed tourist and winter visitor of Key West could be appreciably from this Us natural} locus:
Julia bat Sarah's gone around a 0, I I I B, T. Sawyer, Teacher UII te $2,000.OOE.cji ftr Old' Geies
Jamtt man-lag broke of Colum at which plant would be estab-
1492 almost
one Christopher diminished a new growth of j : a 'Bible 7:30 ,
lone saying that James: I Is every Inch: .r. ..t work. Monday. I I' stu y, Friday, p. m.
I II I bus equal volume would have appear lished. A plant which would cost ,I' Sabbath service, Q:30: a. m. We Pay' highest Cash premiums for old money. Many of &..*.
- -
- ---I Sometime ago at the request of ed.It twenty-five thousand': dollars! coins are In circulation. You may have some ia your possessionnow

WRONG IMPRESSION ;I a local Italian Club represent I can be gathered and deliveredto wOQl4 need an equal amount for 1 be merely experimental l. and ...iUin :- or you may be given torne' M change for DMT*****..OM

DIAMONDBALL | i jthes" consented to changing the a fertilizer factory constructed I working capital and even the low six months would be increasedto coins are valuable? get posted. Our" illustrated. ; comb/itMtio

LONDON.-Giulio Nardini fl( name of Michigan Avenue to Columbus on the waterfrpnt at Key West:,.,I est estimate of the value pf the one hundred to two hundred catalog and Guide Book is up "Jo dtf. A""fen cent investment.

MONDAY NIGHT; this city petitionnig for the annulment I. Drive. but the board felt four miles from the inhabitedpart I|I product shows a net profit of ,eve tons per day and the amount paid may mean hundreds to you.

I' that sufficient honor had been of the city for from two to i enty-five percent. out for labor alone would be -
of his marriage, testified done the big shot of earlier days three dollars a ton. If the plant I I _The value of such a plant tp thiS of one thousand dollars upwards We will pay tp $100.00 for a 1894 S. MM. Dim. *.

he thought he was only getting en I. I and thumbed the idea down. were large enough to employ its place where it would be located I: day This does not take into per account Up to $500.00 4 for a 1415 Half Eagle Five Dollar

(lB. JOVE) I I gaged. own gatherers using its own equip j I[I patent. One which would turn out what would be paid for We will pay >p to $75.00 for a'U. S. Half C..t.

There till Le a diamondballgame I BUYS WHOLE TOWN ment. the cost would probably beiless I|i twenty-five tons of fertilizer material labor In and about the plant. I Large Copper Cert* are valied. .p to $1000.00 ....

on Monday evening betweenthe Homers, and for the other club, than two dollars per ton. If, I I per day. would need a dany A field of investment is lying at Seed JOe for opt fafeif combfoafio'; Catalog and Gitl,,e ,

Lopez te I it will be Ward and GabrieL I FAYETTE. Ohio.-:Mrs\ Grace however, it depended on buying, supply of about eighty-five tons: our, very doers which offers greater -I look fo4ay.Now.,4.rf get orerf-Do.'r De'a,.,
n and the Athletics 1 Walling of this city, recently pur- from independent gatherers the i I! of sponge, which at 3.00 per ton returns than any other of Flor

at Bayview Park. I, Manager Brady of the Athletics I chased the whole town of Jim- cost delivered at the plant would: would have 4 daily pay roll of: ida's many soirees of wealth. GLOIE COIN CO. ,

says he will have a club within a town, 0., consisting of a restaurant not exceed three dollars per ton.- i 25500. If operations were he- Who will make available this -

The batteries will beT. Lunn I'Meek that will win and lose with. I gasoline station and house! A very careful estimate of tbS I fun with a plant pf a daUy capacity gift which Neptune. offers to j 612 No. Michicj; ; AV.. Chlcafo, _IN.

and Jngrabam lo? tht _Junertl 1 the best of them __ I at an auction for M75 cash. cost of manufacture has : i of twenty-five tons, it would Ceres ,


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i COLUMN Natives of today have a love of
..S..S...sss.sssS.Ss.ss.....Ss..I...s...Is nature and a delight in studyingthe
BIGSUCCESS ......,....
....,........ laws of life.
Chamber Musicians To Be MANAGER SIGNS CONTRACTSIN Mrs. D. T. Sweeny is in receiptof BE RENDERED IN AFTER. There is a fluentexpression
a letter from Sister Ambrose ROOMS of thought, both in

ATLANTA WITH MO- formerly superioress at the loa! NOON BY WELTER'SCORNET peaking and writing; plenty of

OutstandingMusical Group "THE REDSHAWLER" PRE- VIE PRODUCERS convent who is now in Africa "TilE 1\IUNRO"-Rooms courage to meet hard work, but
celled in price and BAND the chances are not good: for the
-- SENTED IN SCHOOL AUDI. who writes in part as follows:
The organizer of The Key West I I I ability are invited to call on Comj "In: Africa where we are doing 128 NE 4th* Street, Miami unex-I accumulation of much wealth.

Chamber Musicians intends: to j modore von Mietk-Liuba II. D. TORIUM UNDER AUSPICESOF mission work among: the negroes, :
Gonzalo Bezanilla manager of The W('Iter's Cornet Band, with An English; inxentor claims he
make this body the outstanding''W., at his residence 708 Eaton COMMERCIAL DEPT. the makes important one afternoon a cry we'It up from I .
Palace an PIANO TUNING I I Tony Welters conducting .iIIpr'sent has made a new ray machine
musical group of the community. I the villagers as we beheld a pink!
street weekdays between 2 and 3 announcement to the )patrons of the following which will kill for sfcveral hundred
to the program
U is his pirn to present cloud coming tow ;.our fields.
his theater in this issue of The PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-
hour tomorrow afternoon yards, but he "refuses to demonstrate
at an at 4:30 o'clock -
citizens,of Key West concerts or by appointment "The Rethhawler," a little Key 'Grasshoppers! they shouted in
Excellent '
Citizen. reno. piano for sale
comparable in quality to those more convenient to the appli their language. in Jackson Square: it because he does not wantit
West play by Hildegard Ott Russell After having spent 10 days in : cheap. 1018 Division street. America. used for war.
which the leading music centersof "The -
warriors and
cant.Key and Laudelina a Key West/Atlanta, Georgia, !Mr.\ Bezanillo )o'Jngmt'n; mar20-lmo March, "Our
the United States offer. Westers who are interested I with sticks and kettles went to I Director"-F. E.
folk with words by Mrs. R'is- states that he has signed contracts Bigelow.
musicians in the proposed work of the chamber song I
Only resident are I meet the pest. All night long they!
fell and music by Ruth E. Day, with all of the large moving picture Overture
also invited to "Primrosc"-Chatlell
eligible! for appointment to the I musicians are swated the insects as! thEdp chamber musicians. In a series'1 call at the same address. The which was presented at the Key producers and in the future I ed. The next morning they returned -. SIX ROOM furnished, lower 1 Southwell.:
will show nothing but the best pic- See The New!
of preliminary concerts local con.modore especially announces West High School auditorium last : with kettles overflowing North Waltz "Rosella"-W. L
I apartment Beach near
made. II
talent will be given an opportunity : that the doorbell will be ans- evening proved to be a very en- i I"ith jn-asshoppers. City Park and Swiming PooL Skaggs. I
which Some of the film companies
joyable entertainment. wasa Medley
to qualify. I wered only during the specified "The children pulled off the Apply Johnson and Johnson, I Overture, "Yankee EASTER
throughout. whose productions the Palace man- Hash"_
grand success II. C. Miller.
Musicians of exceptional,. hours. I wings and legs, and the women 519 Duval Street. aprl
The affair was under the auspices ager contracted for are: Metro- Fox Trot, "I'll String Along I
I .. .. .. cooked the grasshoppers! A.lucious
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'" of the Commercial Depart- Goldwyn-Mayer Paramount Fox, With You"-Warren
and Dubins. SHOE STYLESA
I feast it was for the natives. If FEMALE HELP
t ment, and much credit is due those i Universal R. K. O. Radio, Colum.I March\ "National Emblem"E.E. .
To Conduct the insects had devoured the
Pythian Sisters sponsoring the play and its excellent Lia, United Artists, Warner Brothers cropsit Bagley.
I I would have been a feast for ADDRESS ENVELOPES at home
!Memorial Services TomorrowPreparations presentation. The play will and Monogram. them and fast for the villagers<< Sparetime; $5 to $15 weekly. Overture "The Honor Roll"- tremendous assort-
be repeated on Monday at the I Another important announceI -* this time the natives feasted. Experience unnecessary. Dignified W. L. Skaggs. ment of New Shoes await
place. I ment made by the Palace is the
same March, "The York Firemen"-
"When offered the savoury dish work. Send stamp for par your selection in every
have been made, Invocation by Past Chief Susan The cast follows: J change in )policy from a single ticulars. B. F. Crumlin.
Sisters refused, not having Dept. style and pattern to suit
by the Order of Pythian\ Sisters Captain Peter Page a master | feature during the week to a "Star Spangled Banner"-Key.
LaKin. lived long enough in the place to 577 Box 75, Hammond, Ind. fancy-Low, :Medium
of Key West for a memorial serv- fisherman of high repute-Mer- double_ feature )program on Tues- I your
Messrs. Day Crosley and acquire this of African cul- aprGltxmost
Trio part
ice to be held tomorrow after-I ville Rosam. I day, Wednesday, Thursday and Subscribe to The Citizen."PALACE. and High Heels in New
noon, beginning at 3:30 o'clock, Smith. .. Fannie Page. his pretty but frivolous -I FI' Jay. A comedy and short reel i j Pumps Ties and Straps.

at the Pythian Hall on Fleming : ,Address, Rev.: Ge9rge E. Sum- wife-Leona Bethel. II will be shown in addition to the Ai : i WERIN6PflR! ( .,Vhite, Brown and White,

,treet, .' . mera.' I", .. Bevi. their young son-Harry double feature. I II |'REV. SEMMES'Rev. : L-ltc1S' -! i''Blonde.I ,Blue, Brown,1
The is ,the, Song Susan LaKin. r. Knight. I Mr. Bezanillo states that none "' '"' 'neW'
following! piograni: perfect, o pairs $1no, Ralph Morgan-Vrankie' Darrt ,[Grey, Black and
that rendered ,. Benediction Rev. Summers.. Mizpah Bethel, the lovable Red- but the best class of pictures \vill '
will be
'.J IMPROVING pMt di tisfactio.n ara : : j''wo-Tones. .
IS : t ,
Hymn by ,audience.Officers' ,I. A request .made. for,all officers ghawler, one who wears are" I be f Ui>hed on the Palace's screen i'i i, teed. ECONOMY'; : HOSIERY LtTflEiT1.kNWttlILIktt4tflo1 .
,and close the future. This The'smartness of oqc.Shoes' i
and members of the shawl. She is.a neighbor. in new arrangement -
march with., drill organization I'I CO,,.Asheboro, N. C. .,
Vocal bolo, Mrs. Ellic Shaw. to be in attendance. friend-Sylvia Sawyer. goes into effect immediate- H.r apr -1tx \ f \ \ : : !htrlgiues; e\'eaY eye J

: --1UJ..L..L" -.. '. ----1. Cabel} Maser Peter's buddy I ly. O. M. Semmes who was at- ',\heir comfort delights I
' dilrinc the World War,-Ch'sler : tacked by an unidentified assail. FOR SALE-Misc./ /" Matinee--lO-l5c-Nihtsl5-25c every' foot.

Visitors ;Key West Floor Show At Knowles. OLD ARMY HORSE ;!ant in the Catholic Church at West
Jack Gamble, a New York con- ALL SHOES
Palm Beach continues to improve. SEVERAL DELCO and Kohler!
Leave. For Home I Clab Tonight fidence man-Harry Wickers. HELD BULWARK OF |I I' The 67-year-old priest was slugged light plants cheap. Diesel En- PPJCED MONDAY

Voices of two Email negro- venders FRENCH SECURITY,I by an intruder, authorities believe gines. P. 0. Box 211, Tampa: f SPECIAL

Mr.\ and Mrs.\ L. II. Park, of .A good floor show has been arranged off-stage. I ;, intent upon robbing the alms box. Fla. mar23-30;apr6.13-20-27 D. ARONOVITZ Phoenix and Kayser Silk S

Avon Park, Fla., who have been for the Habana-Madrid Time-After the World War. . .A.t-IsIcd :*rr.'.> j I Rev. Semmes is well known in ings Chiffon and .

the guests of Mrs. J. Naylor at' Club tonight starting at 10 before breakfast. It is Spanish; I PARIS, April 6.-France is 1 Key West, and at one time was FOR SALE DEPARTMENT STORE weights: every Iair
o'clock. Lime season and Captain Page is I going to stand by the old army teacher at Jesuit College in this antced special I tOD-
412 Elizabeth street for several Five acts are expected in with a fresh haul of hon in of widespread tIe.man.Is I 618 DUVAL STREET
entirely new i I spite -! city. BEST OFFER TAKES IT; Last day, pair -, -
weeks left over the highway yes scheduled for this program. A fish. { to revamp the' cavalry intoI i lie served about twelve years in Day-Cabin Cruiser "Dot" JUST RECEIVE

terday morning for their home. highlight will be the act given by Place-Eaton Lane, Key Wes, I infantry on wheels. j parish work at Kingston Jamaica, 31'x9. Ideal for party fil Our style' selections of ment Children'sfor

Mr. Park is an artist of note Miss Conchita Valdez of Havana, Florida. I Exclusive dependence on motor and was also at one time chaplain ing. Good condition throughout. NEW SPRING' SHOES for I Easter.
Cuba who will give exhibitionof for transportation of mate-, of the federal prison in the Phil- Lane. Men Woraen and Chil-
and during his stay painted a an ........................ )power Joseph Wiser 308 Peacon SPECIALEASTER SH
the tango or rhumba. Miss rials and men ,the general staff,,t ippines.j aprG-ltx dren are models of gracefulness

number of scenes depicting the Helen Curry will appear on the Today's I believes is dangerous. {I On complete recovery he proposes pleasing to the DREENSEM

life and customs in Key West as program singing several new France's oil supplies come from' to return to Kingston to reSume PRINTING-Quality Printing at eye and flattering to the

well as its atmosphere and archi- songs. Anniversaries I p foreign and distant colonial sourc.. his pastoral work. the Lowest Price!! The Art- feet.Vhites., Blacks

tectural characteristics.The Music for dancing will be furnished I es. In time of war. if communications :: The reverend is a grandson of man Press. aug7
visitors expressed themselves by two orchestras, Louis ........................ I were cut by blockade, a motorized -' Admiral R. Semmes C. S. N., and Browns two-Tone Combinations Most of the .

as' being delighted with Carbonell's popular dance band 1778-James Hill English utili- army might be paralyzed. I| tousin of Sister Catherine of the OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two of Leathers and are included of N

their stay and hope to return next I and the Rhumba Band. tarian philosopher, born. Died J t "An automobile can be built almost -j local convent. bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of Cloths. Low and high I shipment Easter. Slb.-

fall. 1836. at a moment's notice." said fice. octl6
I June 23. General Louis Maurin. minister of I j ........................ heels.POPULAR Women.
Pythian SistersTo PRICES JUST IN-
First ConcertOn 1785-(150( years ago) John "ar "but it takes five years to I Today History The Artman Press. aug7 Dresses fron
Meet Monday Pierpont noted Boston Unitarian develop] a horse." i I

WednesdayThe clergyman, reformer and poet So French breeders feel assured I...............** **.... MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500 EASTER SUITSFOR WomenPURE SIMBeautiful

Announcement has been madeof grandfather of the first J. P. there will be no horseless national I 1789-Washington elected first sheets $1.25. The Artman BOYS AND MENIn

first concert will- be presented a meeting of the Pythian Sis., Morgan, born at Litchfield Conn. defense program. Since 1932 pur- President. Press!, Citizen Building. Ins, Etc. of
by the Key West Chamber; ters to be held on Monday evening Died Aug. 27, 1866. chase of army mounts has decreased -i jun27tf Pure Linen New pure silk. St:

Musicians next Wednesday at 8 I beginning at 8 o'clock, at more than 30 percent. I 1830-First Mormon Church pinch-back models. Nice EortmenLMALL1NSI

p. m. Only nine more ticketsare ; their headquarters on Fleming 1786-William R. King Ala a a a e e.e s s a a e organized near Palmyra, N. Y. selection of White Sport

available. street.A bama senator and diplomat, 13th 1..0. I MONROE THEATER Pants for Boys and Men.

The affair i is formal and will. request is made for a large Vice President but did not live to Today's Birthdays I860-First G. A. R. post organized II FOR EAS
Greta Garbo-George Brent POPULA-R PRICESLarge'showing
inaugurate the Key West Melody attendance of members at this, enter office', born in Sampson Co., ....eeeeeeeeeeseeeceeeee at Decatur Ill. -'in- Mallinson'sDreb.es
Hour. meeting at which several mattersof i N. C. Died April 18, 1853. 1 >>
Details wiii be announced Mon' much jmporancc to the lodge U. S. Senator Millard E. Tyd- 1909-Admiral Peary discov. THE PAINTED VEIL of I than are 1
day. will be ditCussed. 1802-Thomas W. Gilmer Virginia ings of Md.! born at Havre de ered the North Pole. Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra EASTER DRESSESfor complete year lint

.-. .- - - - governor,* congressman Secretary Grace, 45 years ago. r 15-20c; Night, 15-25c Silks at all ti|
of the Navy, born in Albe- 1917-United States declared Children, Misses and MONDAImported SP

I :::::PERSONAL: : : ._:MENTION: : : ::.::..: marle Co.on, warship Va.--Killed Feb.by 28 gun, 1844.explosion -I., at Ambassador Alexander Richmond,to W.59 Argentina Weddel years !ago.of, born Va..I war on GREAT Germany.BALL FAN I KEY WESTCOLONIAL HOTELIn Ladies Children's at Popular Silk Crepe Prices and Flowered anteed washable Organza Dolled S,-\y\

------------------------- ------------------- 1K23-Joseph M etlill. Chicago Taffeta Dres&es each- I thing for Easter DI

Mrs.. Elsie; Moore. who was I,l Dan Navarro, who was on a newspaper owner editor mayor Anthony II. G. Fokhcr! of N. J., BRIDGEPORT. Conn.-Michael I all colors,

spending a few days with her|I| business visit to Miami and Jacksonville Republican leader, born near St. I airplane designer and maufactur- J. Flanagan clerk of the Supreme the Center of the Businessand S1.00 : per yard -.. ti)

uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.:I returned yesterday.Mrs. John N. B. Died March 1C, I ('f. born in the Dutch West Indies Court in this city his not missed a Theater District Children's Silk Dresses, Eyelet Batiste all colors,

Jonathan Cates, left yesterday I 18)). 45 years ago. I world series since the classic had I sizes from 3 to 14 years, yard.-- ...
afternoon fur her home in Miami. Jack Maloney and its inception 31 years ago. First CU reproofSea.iLI. I each- I All-Over Lace, for Dresses, a
son 1874-Harry Houdini magician Lowell Thomas of New York,!I Rate colors per yard ..... 69
ari'tvals l
were by yesterdayfrom
I bom at Appleton Wis. Died Oct. author and broadcaster born at S1.98.SPECIAL I All Silk Flat Crepe yard SOc
Miami for visit with rela-
Mrs. Saundcrs and a 31, 1926. Woodington, 0., 43 years ago. COFFEE SHOP HaW OPEl Waffle, Crepe, all colors, per
tiv "
Henry ; s... :" I I Passenger ServicelKEVWEST .,1.." I'' yard _: _...._ ....._ ..... 13ScI
mother, Mrs. Sarah Welch left Donald Wills Douglas of Cal., Garage. Elevator :AUENTION"1To ;
: visit ,with N'sand, Mrs. Roy :( I' 'Flo'wereti'' '"Organdy&: all colors]
yesterday afternoon for Miami Mrs.. A. E. Conrad: pf Winston- aircraft manufacturer born at I ... Price ., I ...
Roberts. '" : t. (" ,Popular ., ,b r;r"' .1-.J......_.. ..: $
1 ,
and. will be the guests of another Sa't'm' N. C.. arrival . N. Y. 43 ; _' _H'I. GRADUATES; ,
J : was an. yesterday " : --r=-- Brooklyn, years ago.Mickey ; ; --r-- . !mPO1e.Dotted.. Organdy.'

daughter: of MVs. Welch. ,Mr9.E.I !: and. will bthe guest of M.., and Mrs.: Randolph Kiser .' .; 'T_ ? .' : ;.. yards.! ....--.. ... 11.015:
F.. Hood. Mrs. Saunders will return t'New Net Organdy* ( : ; :
herbrother-in-law; and sister Mr. arrived by' train from Miami this! Cochrane, Detroit man- per .Flo.... reli. Flaion. a\1\ colors

Tuesday and Mrs. Welchwill!I and Mrs. Allan B. Cleare at the afternoon and are the guests of I ager. voted the most valuable YORKS. msjnentT fini 1, dujf) : th ',j''peV: 'yard :.....'-... ... ...!C2de|

remain for several weeks. home on North Beach. : Mr. Kiser's parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. .I baseball player in the American'I NEW HOLTSBERG'SBOBOLINK thrng -{er. .Cl"ftdtl i I 'Organdy, all colors'yard; .. 20c'I

I I L. Kier at the home 1218 I League last year born at Brigde- I Dresses-in all 65c I I Pique, all color yard. 25c

Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks and! water. MaSS, 32 years ago. I Batiste ,...__. 20c
I Keith Morgan, vice president of : Duval street.T. I : S.; "Henry R. Mallory" pastel shades yard White yard
daughter Miss Annie Lois Hicks the SILK HOSEin I OUSSELINE; de SOlE. all
Warm Foundation
'I Springs I Fridays April 12, 26, May 10 ..... ..._
left yesterday afternoon for Miami E. Moore, of Marathon, colors yard -. $1.00
who with his I the Colors
i was visiting familyfor new Spring : Figured Batiste fast
where they will spend the I afternoon to join! PIratesCoveFishing Camp and alternate FridaySthereafter I JUST RECEIVED !Boys'
week-end with relatives.Mr. about one week left over the I:I arrived this Evening, Tropica, Tea- colors :3 yards 50c Suits 2 and 3 pieces, sizes 2.to

i highway this morning for Warm i iI Mrs. Moore I who brother-in-law i is visiting with and I Pirate Cove Florida Due New York Tuesday A*. M. Dance, Distingue, Trot- for ..._.____._.....___._______ I I 10 years.
I Springs, Ga.. accompanied by Mr. Moore's OUR STOCK IS COMPLETEFOR
20 Miles From Key West on teur Antelope and Nu-
and Mrs. Paul Gibson anllto"n Eniile Watson, consulting actuary sister, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mof-' 1st Class $45 I I EASTEREverything
mother Mrs.\ the Overseas Highway .. tone. We have a large assort-
Henry I lof the Ford and Dupont interests.Mr. fatt. Fare Priced Right.
Watkins. left yesterday afternoonfor SWIMMING POOL 3rd Class COC I Every pair guaranteed ment of Dress Materials I

Miami where they expect to I BENJAMIN LOPEZ FINE CUISINE Fare & J I money back without cooTeriation. including the new Shadow -THE-

remain for about one month. I will .leave and Mrs.this Thomas afternoon Curry for; FUNERAL HOME I First Class Accommodation I Including Meals and Berth ., Bobolinks in. Key are West told exclusively at Organdies, Voiles, Ohif- I STORE OF FASHION

fons Checker Nub Seer-
i Washington, D. C., where Mrs. Established 49 Year Write or Telephone for C. E. SMITH. Agent Key West HOLTSBERG'S. I
Jack Mntthews left. yesterday! ;, Curry has received an appoint- Key Wf Olden ReservationsRates MONDAY SALE suckers Etc., at Popular Cit,'* Leading Ladie. StoreI.

afternoon for Miami where he 24-Hour Ambulance Service CLYDE-MALLORY LINES Prices. APPELROUTH
I ment with the department of in- ; $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day Children's Easter Dresses. sizes I
will remain for a few days with 1 1i Licenced Embalmer
friends. I t'rnal revenue. Mrs. Curry was American Plan 3 to 10, regular $2.45. on

i[ before marriage Miss Dorothy Pnone 135 Nifht 698-W sale Monday .._. .......... $1.98 ...... --.....,.,.. .,. ..,
Stanley. .. .-. - Georgette Dresses sizes 7 to .--. .. "- ,?.., ...-....---" "
Miss Helen Rem.sen, who was 12, regular $3.95 on sale

pending the winter season as\t Monday .__+.._... $2.95 :c1.srII.llli llllll l. !
Mrs. Louise Pencke official
Beautiful New Silks reduced
Clients of Mr. and Mrs. Roland
!I court reporter of the criminali for Monday, $1.35.
reg. on
.\\'t"atkrConl. left
yesterday afternoon i court of record of Dade county be B02r.dwinllect sale ___.._.. ?_. $1.00 fc Palace Theatre
for her home in Rye New
York.R. arrived today and will be the 't New Easter Dresses, just .
I guest for a few days of Judge opened up. 14 to 20. on sale

E. Kcnncdv ', who was spending -I Jefferson! B. Browne at his airway I 'DOn ACCEPTING IMITATIONS Monday Suits_with _Coats-White$5.95Boys' S Announces that starting next week it will show

: one week with MVs.I Kennedy,I apartments. Linen and Gabardines, on : a DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM, Tuesday,
I ; To ttt the original Davit 100% Part Paint _ _ sale _. ,.... $1.98 to and with
who ivas! before marriage Miss -- = Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE $3.98Boys' Ik' Wednesday, Thursday pictures.
fda Johnson left i Mrs. Coyle. wife of Narcotic Cream Flannel Pants, from-
yesterday aft. S
took forthis Davis 100% Pure Paint ha often beta IWIII reg. $4.95, on sale $3.50
I( Agent GeorgeCoyle.. was an arI ":
ernoon for Miami.
".5 pAm, imitated but never duplicated. ::::... Children's White Easter Shoes,
I rival and will visit with Mr., Label
I Davis 100'70 Pure Paint conform with ===-- Pumps and Oxfords regular
Victor Larsen ]left yesterday,,and. Mrs Frank Papy. lit 'SOO.IC$' e all pure paint Law and i* the only paint, :.=.-- $2.75 on sale .. ....__ $1.98 ., J R. K. 0. RADIO WARNER BROTHERSFOX
afternoon for Miami where he'jI' UOplJRl tt carries a guarantee of purity.bok --- Buster Brown Boys' Shoes,
will spend the week-end with,I Mrs. S. D. W. Light: and Mrs.1 I --- Black and White, sizes 1 to :] 5 UNITED ARTISTS
friends. Sam J. Filer arrived this morning L: ( for this Guarantee the lAbel* = 6onsale. _._.. $3.50 !

from Miami and will be guests I w.......OB conocctton with any other Faint ManufoctBrar of_ttm3-MOW _ _ SEE WINDOW FOR OTHER I COLUMBIA UNIVERSAL
Mrs. Hebe "'. Menner, who was I, of relatives and friends for several All our products arc ml* by M in tUIuiKm and oU tbr..ah Dukes omty.: SPECIALS MONOGRAM S

visiting for a few days with Mrs.'I I days.! 'I CsWJisW 189fJ BALTIMOREMD ."

::1 G. _C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets I I 4
Fishing Camp, returned )'e: er. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Geiger
day. arrived today from Miami for a:I ._ i IIIIIIIIII.IIIIII>



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