The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 8, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Associated Service.Press Day Wire 't-. 1 IPfEJ' :'w CttBen I Key West, Florida_ has the

For 55 Years Devoted to the UttJ C cst ( most country equable; with weather an average in the

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G.: 0.; P. Leaders DisagreeIn I MUCH PASSENGER INTERESTIN 'J t! Azara. First f ,Boat To Arrive 'League May Face Critical Test On Claim I

Citing Party Prospects I IMJERYICEMANY I This Mornragjh ?Yacht: ,Race ; t.Germany Has Violated Versailles :Treaty

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''rllllllll INQUIRIES MADE 'RELATIVE To Win Sweepstakes Contest .- -

Republicans 'Now Becoming f TO SERVICE SOUTH. RETIRED ,NAVY . France Made Call For

Greatly InterestedIn I WARD ON STEAMERS OF I I Special Session Rela..
BOCA CHICA BRIDGE With a good wind behindher week's race, having used her i TO BE EXHIBITEDIN

Matters Bearing On I I CLYDE-MALLORY LINE I[ the Azara, 113-foot auxiliary motors. I tive To Matters On .
Snappers are biting and if Others in <'-Iais-B already in| HERE ON VISIT OAKLAND, CAL.:
r schooner owned by Hugh M. port include the Aloha owned by;
Coming CampaignBy the angler has bait to catch I j S
I them, a piece of mullet will' Snice the appearance of the ad- Matheson of Miami came C. R. Parks of Chicago the Pagan]I A tarpon weighing 98 League Covenant

do, he will be able to says I I I Moon owned by L. M. Harvey of pounds, and measuring six
I Lee Thompson. All that is vertisement and article in Satur into the Key West Yacht Pensacola the Pieces of Eight : BOATSWAIN H. J. MESSIER feet, which was caught by -

BYRON. PRICE necessary for a meal is to 'I day's issue of The Citizen relative ,i Basin at dawn this morning owned by Francis: Bidurie Tampa:I| AND WIFE RETURN AFTER Captain Darrell Lowe in Key By CHARLES E. HARNER
(Chirr' l Itmrrm The Auorlalfdrrrnt. to the passenger service from Key and the Alibi. The Alibi was disqualified -, West waters, is being (Associated
Un.kUKl. .>> drop the line over at Boca !1 pre- I Press, Foreign Staff)
What are the republican. Chica bridge and success: will West north by ClydeMalloryLines I II to win the sweepstakes con- coming in under 1'0wer.1 j I i MANY YEARS';: ABSENCE pared for shipment to Oakland I The League of Nation\ ,formed

the fisherman' ef test in the first annual Others in Class-A already in the j California. by the
meet many persons!! have called ::; Ha I'i FROM KEY WEST to maintain
the peace throughoutthe
throughout country thinking forts. base are the Irondequoit owned Thompson Fish Company.
I the Mallory office asking for fur ivanaKeyV est Yacht ,
today? That i i. a prime political At least, that i is the opinionof Race. by Commodore Leon Lewis of the !: I The prize catch will be ex* world facet perhaps iU great-

Mr. Thompson who yesterday I ther information. Leaving Morro Castle in Havana St. Petersburg Yacht Club; the i I hibiled at the sportsmen showin
question for several reason West i I Boatswain H. J. Messier:; U. s.1 est tell April 15 when the League
did just that. He drove E. Smith agent at Key Buccaneer owned by Howard Folsom -i that city as well as many

The republican leader very to the bridge. Hooked on a told'The Citizen this morning that I yesterday afternoon at New Orleans; the Shellback!:';''! Navy retired has returned to Key other specimens from other council meets to investigate claim

4:30 the owned by Robert J. Newman, New West for months I sectionof( the .,ountr '.
piece of mullet dropped 4hei the announcement-has been greeted i o'clock Azara a stay several ) ", that Crinaajr> ,ha violated the
much want to know, for thearural 'I
Orleans and the
Venturer owned
line into the water.' and after absence oJ: .
> with enthusiasm : an severalyears.; ;
by quite a crossed the finishing line
t I opposite by Edmund: ) Spence Clearwater.': 1I.1IIIIII. .silit.ryiel.u.e.lefthe.treaty, of
reason that* they want'guidance caught ai' weighiagiK lie ,
i is accompanied by Mrs. Mes-
.'number of who have asked
.. people Fort at 5:23:20a. The Venturer was disqualified : I
for 1936. The democratic.'' ,104'264 inches.pounds and if there is any possibility of there coming in under power. The''| ier. d\! ': Ye/aaiUes.T4aamatreaty which
leader' are interested,- for'' the being sailings'! south during thecomingfall' I I m. today. Duchess B. C. Davis owner, is the i I I I During his term of service I' t, I formed, tk..Le gu., belf.tF..c..U.d .

.I' mcaauri.C'1' '' and winter season More than an hour later, othci only boat in the group which had! i': Key West he was- in command: ,; of', .lor,"tla.n.pecial
unusual* reason that Mr.)' This matter! was mentioned in 1 I sailing craft entered in the race not arrived up to the time The |i'|, U. S. S. C. No. .145,, one, of, themany TEIMERIIE: '
had important republican Citizen went to press. |! c.a. ting ,it*",call]| onArticle
support : started crossing the line, and sub-chasera based at Key
the article Saturday and today it The Azara. a boat with no' I I -
in 1932 and apparently! ,, i was learned that an official of the I I throughout most of this morning, handicap wins the cup offered by West during the years I'JlS'l'J.He '' 11 of the League covenant
counts on having it again next ON EXCURSION il Florida E. It. Administration will the boats have been finishing at Julius Damenstein of Miami for and the members of his clew j 1' TOMORROW by which it l i. "declared to be the
l be in New York this summer and frequent intervals. All morning, crossing the line first. ']t: were officially commended for: IN HIGH SCHOOL AUD. friendly right of cads member of
year. I| Key Westers and visitors in the Better time was made by the : '!
i will discuss sailings south via Mal. their conduct during the hurricane ,
There is no intention to answer loiy line with officials of the com 'city have been at the yacht basin sailing craft that had been hoped' ':; ITORIUM the League to Wring to the attention .

the question in these columns. NEARLY THREE HUNDRED' pany. ,1 I watching the craft come into for originally. Early; last night. of September, 1019! by Admiral I' of( the assembly or'of the

I I with a stiff wind still at port'j I there was only a moderate breeze Benton C. Decker U. S. N., com
What is presented below may o'I ARRIVE IN KEY WESTYESTERDAY I ,' council: circumstances whatever .
The national .
r stern. with the craft, but two hours before mandant of the Seventh Naval ,,. debate subject any .

1 may not be representative, of republican -! I JULIAN AYALA I I 1.. M. Ballierie of Gibson, \ ( ., midnight the wind strengthened -' District with headquarters at Key, now being debated by thousands affecting international )..

thought generally. It I with his 47-foot craft, I the sportsmen ran into a I;i i of high school students throughout -

consists of excerpts from letters VISITED HERE!i crossed the line at 6:39:. Aweigh'1, >I squall, but speeded up their rate I West. I| the country will be debatedin lations which threaten to disturb

received recently from various republicans I Each Sunday representative I Ito win first place and the cup ': considerably.This Boatswain Messier also receiveda the Key West High School audi- international peace or the good

I feted by William U. Porter of'l I afternoon theisitors will; letter of commendation from,i,I torium Tuesday. April 9. at 8:35a.
and it i te interesting for I citizens from all parts of the United - I understanding between nations
the first place winner in I be guests at a tea dance being. : Admiral Sims a citation from the : m., the regular chapel period.
its variety and for its expressions States as well as people from CONSUL GENERAL INSPECTORFOR The subject is "Resolved That "
many i I I The Aweigh finished second in !., given at Raul's Club and tonight secretary of the navy and vas! : upon which peace depends.
of uncertainty. all sections of. Florida arrive for I Ia i the annual St. Petersburg-Havana j| they will be guests at the Habana- the Federal Government should
CUBA PAID HIS FIRST later awarded the Navy Cross for this
I Asa result of call, ,the
'New Deal Not Popular' stay of one or two days in Key!i I a'c staged last week. ;!! Madrid Club I adopt the policy of equalizing ed

From a westerner who held I West. j VISIT IN FIVE YEARS !j The Haligonian, owned! by L. s,1|i i I The cups which have been on !!, distinguished !service while serving ' ucational opportunity throughoutthe forming representatives'the' couneiJ-mAY'of 14 nations-

i I Ruder of Hamilton Ohio, won'' display at the Key West DrugI with the United States Dettroyer nation by means of annual expected -
! high office under a former administration -! They take advantage of the | to meet at Geneva. These
; grants to the several states fot
t I II-i i t I I Company will be presented the; Force operating in Euro- : are
: "There i is an un- greatly reduced rates by rail offered I l ,) elementary and secondary educa nations France, Great Britain
Julian Ayala consul general inSpector i cup I' given(. pehn waters during the worlds,j Italy. Soviet 'Russia. Poland
dercurrent among republicans that J on these Sunday excursions for Cuba paid his first Key West Administration, when
M'exlco Czechoslovakia
the next republican candidate for;jII which permits of a stay over of I visit to Key West last week in I I this I craft crossed the line at] Delmonico Restaurant. M. E. GiJ- war. j, Sidney Aronovitz. George Col- ,Australia Argentina -
17:24:32! t ,. fond., West Administrator)i*_ ,Mr.:,and Mrs., Messier. : have tak-i lins_ andjGeorgt-So'pmon will are, Denmark. Chile ,
and five-years. ,His visit-'was for an i a. m. > ''i Key ; ,
arrivi .
( President should->e ay Safe andjcane } two days!, g-Sunday 1 United: I Spain, Turkey,and POI1.Upt'Tev.fik
t j i'en an apartment at 729 for the affirmative while
inspection': of the local consulate'! I I I William B. Allen of Louisville. will preside at the affair and < gue ,
compromise between the old-i i leaving; Monday afternoon. and conference with Consul lier- I Ky., marked up another victory Mayor William II Malone will street and spend much of their Delio Cruz Nicholas Cos-horn and Rustu Aras foreign ministerof

fashioned stanclpatter and the. ex.! While travel is not as heavy as I ardo Rodriguez and Chancellor J. for his trim 30-foot cutter Game present the cups J time at South Beach and as visiting -,i Winnifred Shine will support the Turkey, is president} of the

tieme liberal of the Borah or Norris during the tourist season, when A. Mendoza : Cock when he took first place At noon today, those: who are I guests of Captain and Mrs. C.I j jD. I negative council

type. The new deal does not. upwards( of 500) excursionists ar-j i I Mr. Ayala, told The Citizen he in the Class-B division. With hei :!!! in the basin were resting, after a Harrington at 1213 White j I; Norma Garcia wil) be chairman Germany Still MemberGermany
herself is eligible to
this i rived I!,I was much impressed with tie sails: catching:; the full breeze of :Irtrenuous: period which has lasted\ street. I}i, of the debate and Rae Louise Russell
in some Sundays it is heavy very sit in the
seem to be very popular Discussing i Key West with The: will be time keeper. council scusion as she is
sidesi the early morning the Came i several days. The races started
evident all
improvements .
state . However, it is too boon;! enough to warrant the excursion i on Citizen Boatswain Messier\ s-aysj I These students are members of a member;/ of it. Although she
Cock crossed the )line at 8:31:19 from St. Petersburg week
i i in Key West and was glad of these a ago
to assume that President RooseJ! rates being in force during the.,, changes which betokened awakened Allen was at the wheel of the(i''i last Saturday and most! of last that he noticed many, changes in the High School Debating Society,J r has' given notice' of her intention

velt has lost the major part of his: : balance of the year. Ii || interest on the part of the small, fast craft and seemed well, week was consumed in reaching the city since }he was stationed at j sponsored by Miss E. Gardner, to withdraw from the League and

following here." j|i Yesterday's arrivals were the i i! people( in assisting the FERA. "I pleased- when those at the finish-;:| the finishing port, for calms were Key West durnig the post war period -|teacher in the High School. I deliberations has taken no official for some part time in, her its

From mul-wcscrn defeated\:,| Icaft in number during the season !;| am like all other true Cubans, I ing )line advised him of another encountered off the Tortugas particularly those brought) These members and others have
does not become
a I 1 1 about by the practical cessation of done much faithful work in the I f resignation effective
victory for his cutter. He in1 of islands. A round of
and yet there were 290 in the love Key West he said. I won group entertainment ,
nominee for governor: "It is my activities at the naval station society which is one of the most until October 19 of this
; the Class-B division in the offered the
group. I II The consul general left Satur- raco ; was l
I i [
opinion that in the last two or I I,I i' day afternoon for Miami and from last week. First place cup for that !:| yachtsmen in Havana and last abandonment of the air station important in the school. This year There is no indication advantage ,
however that she will take
three months especially the!I I! there will continue his tour of inspection division in the Havana-Key West night with heavy winds and at the loss of cigar factories and the :tRill be the second debate which ithey i, :
SANTAELLA '' t( depletion of popula have in chapel this-. of her right to hear the
Chinking people have become far!1 i iI i until he has visited all race was donated by Norberg','squall, did not present the easiest tion.consequent put on j I official airing of France's charges

consulates in the United States Thompson. !.. !'ailin year. I
more conservative while those at|i I I! VISITED HERE and Canada.ANGLElEAVES". I Francis J. Archibald's Eloise AJ j i The Launch Sailfish was used | Also worthy of special noticeare t Visitors are always welcome at since Reichsfuerher Hitler"opposes
the other extreme! have drifted I ;: I craft the many improvements seen the chapel period it is stated. j[ Germany taking part in "League
I 1 J won second place in the Clag -p'i today in meeting the sailing ( I 'I
far away from Roosevelt and ', in the condition of the streets, and activities until his demand for her
--- i division and the cup offered bj and in taking checkers to the fin I l
radical followers 'i said | trcatment'as an equal shall havobeen
have become more as : sanitary conditions. These
I the Key West: Administration. j'hing! )line, while a launch of the STONE RETURNS i
of men like Long and CIGAR MANUFACTURER VISITED crossing the )line at R:47:36. The lighthouse service was used in taking Boatswain Messier have surpassed I met.pttaer .
Coughlin. To some extent the all expectations and though he Nations Invoke
Eloise A, with Sarasota her homo those aboard the boats to
be found LOCAL FACTORY OVER HIGHWAY West to _This is not the first timeAr
same situation can in I I !' came to Key prepared FROM VACATION
I' port, was disqualified in last shore. i
ticle 11 4iac been invoked'by iron
the republican party. Most republicans T..4} l't find many improvements he was
;tittllQUR1NG t I i ir' ,
i !I! ried 'I''it'h'ag'
!t -- - I nations.. China used' ;
in :the- state' behevd tlle9 I -- - - not quite prepared: to witness th -
republican party mu&t.-<)t>i : COLLECTOR.11 : OF CUSTOMSFOR I fine 'civic I pride'c and :'mn'ui1ayfpirit : well all other! articles/in' iraDing

tempt any -cheap' imitation' of atwJ' '" "IJ( LOCAL GIRLS IN "J[ROD ARKELL NOW I which ,are.i\lei 7 AirplaYflk 1 ADMINISTRATOR AND' 'WIFE league attention ,td, Japan's'"ae-
; '
9)'t&& $antuilla, well A.houM'Vsig'aHnianufactuier '
'STATE1' I '
I OF FLORIDA I Manchuria leading' tfc'
tivities in 1
' new deal; t tyUt, it must''be the con- 'HApVtEN SPENDING,TIME. ,:
..,. ; 'Of' \ I, .: with factories} .in : the creation I 3 of,"f'Manbhmiqno.I .
servatlvcipsttyt AwfulT.Mei I Brewinc", I Key h cst ''Th'nipa. and !Mrs1 f !' WENT YIIVJ\ 4 SUKpAY W 1 V A ( l COLLEGEEVENTI: IN NEW POSITION PARTY ARRIVES I "I ABOARD' YACHT "': .,1] Japan -.resigned from the League.

From a far wuptcrtrifarmpr cnn-\:alltaella., Hri, \t'C1; | un ha/i>tt'am-I ., ( -111 if ft r i I I 1 :- !It. .r''|I,r'as,the/result of the League's subI -..
hip Cuba -
gressman: .*'Jl *$' leaf> that.n.I Saturday from T1"J' 'ttli1ctArofous1toms I i I HERE FOR VISIT I -I i I sequent criticism of Japan' 'sc.
They visited rtie
: factory and M1.ngle; ( FORMER EDITOR OF THE Jr., Florida tion.
awful mess is brewing. noo e-t ELIZABETH AYALA AND MAR. i Julius F. Stone
velt is losing: ground rapidly! I i 1 I from there, in company with :Manager \ 'II for the State of Florida, who yas' Emergency Relief Administrator,'!,! Article! 11 was among' those )In.
Jose Fernandez and Office spending one of his regular visits CARET NEFF INCLUDZD CITIZEN NAMED RADIO voked Bolivia Para
From a northwestern editor: I I I and Mrs. Stone, who are enjoyinga by against
:Manager\ Carl Bl'rvalcli.'nt for recreation in GROUP HAS ALREADY STARTED
of rest and Key
"The 1936 republican presidential I' IN DANCE SYMPOSIUM DIRECTOR i period of recreation and rest guay but the latter nation )-e-_
a sight-seeing ride around the city. West, left yesterday over thehighway I ii fora plied that calling the war in the
candidate must: be of the Nye- The ride concluded at the First I II i ON FISHING TRIPS returned to the city yesterday
for Miami. -
Norris' type of mind! to carry thisttate. I I brief stay. ,I I(Chaco "circumstances which

lie need! not be a Roosevelt made National on President Bank where W. a Porter.After was. As usdal Mr.\ Angle was happy !i (IMTlal. I. The fHUeat. t Rod Aikell. author publisher IN LOCAL WATERS j Mr. and Mrs. Stone left sometime threaten to disturb peace" was
to get to Key West and meet his
Yacht something of an understatement,
for the state as a whole undoubtedly I TALLAHASSEE. 8. Included and radio commentator has been ago on the Josephine
April ;
a pleasant chat Mr. and 1
many friends among the officials 1i H. and have been the waters not to mention an inaccuracy. inasmuch
thinks less of Roosevelt :Mrs.\ Santaella were driven to the in the dance symposiumheld named radio director of the Win. j i on
today than it did even a year 1*. and 0. wharf where they hoard. the under other his jurisdiction Westers as whom well he as ;i recently at Florida State ColIfge ]-, H. Rankin Co.. advertising agency j C, A. Gross and H. A. MacFherson \ -:; adjacent to Key Wefct during that as tens of thousands'- of
Key : {'I already had been killed and
Wisconsin men
ago. On the other hand many cd the Steamship Cuba for Ha- I for Women were two girls: i For ten years publisher of a of Greenbay time. '''
feel the very food they are eating vana. has known for many years. from Key West. I group of Florida papers Mr. and L. II. Barkhaunsen and Da-j i Their return was to get supplies *wounded. Therefore said Para--

comes from Roosevelt.: ---- I II I, He left in company with Jeff They are the Misses Elizabeth Arkell also served as columnistand vid Peck of Chicago, were arrivals( and fuel for the vessel andit guay. Article 11 could not _even

From a one-time cabinet member O'Donahue head of the Customs Ayala and Margaret Neff. feature writer for Hearst, as in Key West on Friday for a few was planned to leave again this be considered. Bolivia invoked

: "Since last year's congressional ; : DR. R. BARNETT J I Border Patrol for Miami and after The dance symposium- included well as bureau manager and correspondent weeks' stay here. j afternoon to extend their vaca-.: Article 15 which calls for Leagye

election, when other republicans a brief stay there will go to students from the beginning ryh-I for the United Pressin Mr. Gross has been coining to ) tion for several days before Mr. action in the event of "any dia-.
made_ such a pitiful showing -!: LEFT FOR HOME;: Tampa headquarters. thm, and advanced classes of crea-; Michigan and Illinois.! Key West for the past twenty-, Stone resumes his duties as Flor: pute likely to lead to a rupture, ,"*
editor of The five ''Mule' Mr. MacPherson: ida Administrator. but again Paraguay replied that
:; nothing has been done by the,, i live lancing The Misses Ajalai)! Mr. Arkell was years ,
organization leaders (in this: I! MARTINS HURT and Neff are in the beginning ,Key West' Citizen a decade of, is auso a frequent visitor to the I the rupture was a fact and :that'

state), so far a*.I know to arouse, '' group. j I years ago. He then purchased the Island!1 City;.,,. Messrs. Barkhaun-! j, Bolivia :was responsible., The'
the lethargy; or quicken the !'pirit'' Dr. U. Ira Barnett executive ,Okeechobee News and the Sebring I tieD '
of their followers. One pa ticnlarly -,, secretary of the Florida :Methodist.; IN ACCIDENT American which he conducted for l\Ierf {hf3! befrig their first visit to1' against the shipment of munitions'
Conference of education FRUIT STEAMER i radio I this of war to Paraguay and Paraguay'
discouraging feature i is religious several years, after'' which city. FOUR PASSENGERS I
left Saturday ofternoon for headi Mr. Barkhaunsen is of resigned from the League. The
the fact that many former republicans -| attracted-Jum: and he,became a radio owner '

have registered!- as democrats -!I i I quarters in Lakeland, Fla. I I 1 Sam Pierce, secretary and..treasurer COMES TO PORT +inwintator._, ')1 J f; t Cuba' Island- famous for its duck ). war goes on.
in the hope i of being permitted -I This eminent educator was here' of Ley Memorial church.isin hunting and l "is situated on the Thomas Rodent augh and George)1. The forthcoming council session -

to 'benefit in some manner for the purpose of conducting a receipt of a telegram from Rev. J Illinois River, and has been men Scott of the traffic department] cannot properly be regardedas

from the relief funds" i iI I[ training school for teachers and W. J. Martin of Ley Memorial Fruiter Ceiba of the Standard CUBA CARRIES tioned in the press more fre- Pan American Airway were arrivals -, a "trial" of Germany although

ii I! reported a highly satisfactory *ession. church which advises that both Fruit and Steamship company ar- quently than any other place of'I by plane yesterday morning -tit is to "examine" whether Germany -
i' I he and PASSENGERS its kind in the United States. for a brief visit in Key West. has violated the Versailles
SUES FOR DIVORCE Mrs. Martin were injured rived Friday night took on R9,- 86 !
I Miss Patty Lee Coghill. direc-j! !| in an accident. I 215 gallons of fuel oil and sailed ; The party has been out fishing I Other passengers on the chip were treaty. There have been net-sug.

SPOKANE, Wa-h.-Talc g rll'h-1 I' i[ tor of religious education in;;'; No particulars were given as to for Frontera Mexico. f already since arriving here and 1 Josephine Lougee and Marion Met gestions that the council would. be

ic messages transmitted by a wife : Florida for the Congregational the cause of the accident nor its Steamship Ozark of the Clyde- Steamship Cuba saileil Saturday have been quite successful in, Ion.In asked to punish. Germany if _the

to "110mI' one outside" by means!! Church, who was! also in Key''',. nature but it is presumed that it Mallory Lines, arrived 5:15': :ifternoon for Havana with 78 first making catches of many specimens I the afternoon the same passengers claim'of treaty violations is es.''

of snores was charged! in the suit I:| West conducting chases for teach-l\I was an automobile accident as o'clock Friday afternoon discharged -' class and eight second class passengers of different varieties. They haveas who arrived in the tablished. French officials sayGermany r.

for divorce brought by Mrs. Lloyd ers, and was guest of Rev. E. R.;; Rev and Mrs. Martin were en an unusually large amountof two automobiles four their fishing guide B. Filer, tag returned to Miami wi morn-I would be sufficiently

H. Chopley, a telegraph operator!j I I Evans and MVs. Evans left Satur-j 1 r route to points in Florida travel- freight, and sailed for Miami ton of freight and 478 sacks of who is one of 'the outstanding j name. that i* Esther punished by adverse world

in this city. day for Jacksonville Fla. *' ing by auto. and Jacksonville. mail fishing guides! i in local waters. J added to the list. .opinion.

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!AG. D TWO I ,:n: KEY tfEST CrpZH: MONDAY.\ APRIL S, 1935.

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.' WHAT OF MAN TODAY? .........esee.eeseeec... I I I lines, and there will be a probable

Cfrc &ep Mast Ctttyn KEY WEST IN It I TODAY'S Today's Horoscope'I I other
r WEATHER 1] 1; success therein. Aid from
PublUbtd Daily Hxctpt daaday By Scientists be interested in ; final
may argu a es cc cc cc I will do much to assist in the
I.. P. AHTMAX.' President. ment about the Neanderthal man, whose - :. Persons born this day are .1 I success of these! people.
The Citizen Bulldlnc Happenings Here Just 10 Years ,'Temperature from the Ohio Valley southeast I
..+-- Corner From Green and Ana Street ancient bones have led to the theory that Ago Today A* Taken From 1- ......... ....... ..... .& ..88 ward over the. South Atlantic able, with a pleasant !'
w-r ----- different \\est '. ...... .. ....._.. .....f..t ..69' and friendly with di'lposition'l I' More than 5,000 factories are
he from The Files The
was a specimen entirely Of Citizen States' with the
:4Daliy Newspaper In Key Wed and Monroe, Mean! .... ... .. ... ..... . ."" 78 > a disturbance off. is a taste for invt' now operating in the Shanghai,
County. homo sapiens. We have not the slightest Normal Mean ..._ .. __ .... 75 I> North Carolina coast, Hatteras,I I perimenting, possibly in scientific China region.
Despite the fact that the winter 29.70 inches, and is also low over

,;ntvre.d at Ky Welt Florida. a. second clan natter objection! to the debate over various Rainfall - | 'I - -
season formally ends in Florida -,, Ins. the far West, with a disturbance
... Yesterday's Precipitation .44
FIFTY- scientific conjectures but what is important on March 1, there are still a I Normal Precipitation .. .04 Ins. over the Plateau region Salt Lake
fisher .f the A..elated PrH8 great many tourists in Key Wt>>st. retard ... :. hertNrrlhdeedleg
: entitled for citizens of Key West is what man- er City, Utah,, 29.42 inches. Showershave
... U .xelu.lnl l nee .
Associated Press While a great many have gone it M Vlock Ohms utuTfttmf. ,
.. credited t. i "jl
"r rei>i.blica.Uira of all n w dispatches : occuWed'during the last 24
tCwr'not otherwise! credited In this paper and ale. ner of men are we making today? away since the season came to:a i Tomorrow' Almanac j 1 j' .I
local nws'published here.mONAL close there who: ....__.. hour\?i Xhjtufcfcout most of the
13j::1 There is amount of discussion are many others Sun rises .. .... .. 6:11 a. m.
,. r have remained during the week.: Sun sets .. ......... ..... ';:47 p. in. South Atlantic States, and the
-- \ > EDITORIAL about what is happening to our young peo- Every day tourists arrive here by', Moon: rises ... ..........llOOAa.: \ m. VanjfalU( gt q.-I4 inches at Key '-; t r
; .: ..JJ ASSOCIATION Some train and every boat from Tampa Moon sets .m" ._.....12:18 a. m.Tomorrow. Weit was'the r heaviest Jan,
.. -,: '< YYLenL6.e19 3 5V ple. of our best minds believe that :I since
number of them. .
... brings & goodly Tides
'f f 5. There has also been .
IL'fSCRIPTION! RATE! the younger generation is going to the Most of them are pleasure seekers } A.M. .P.M. uary ;

Jutq' Th---: .... 110.01: devil and others insist that but some of them have come High ..............._.12:26 It2:54: in the middle Atlantic and Pacific
[ they : :
0.0 are
fhfn; alontht . no here to buy property either to resell Law m................. C:507:03: States>being heavy in California
One Month I ..01Seeky worse than their immediate ancestors. next season: or to use for winter -I Barometer at 8 a. m. today: Los Angeles 2.70 inches, :'
,' .11$ The argument is nationwide but it doesn't residences for themselves. Sea level, 29.88. ind rain and snow has occurredin
ADVERTISING RATES Many of the tourists when asked j portions! of the southern Lake'
Made known OB application.! get us anywhere. The pessimist and the why they are staying on reply, Lowest highest region, Ohio and lower Missouri

All_. 'reading notice SPECIAL, card NOTICB of thanks, .revolution of optimist simply refuse to end the squabbleand "It Is not too warm and not too Stttionl.ast Night Ye tcnlay':I valleys. Temperatures have fallen
rrppert.. rMtnary notices, etc. ntll be cbarced for at both lose sight of the importance of cold but just ideal weather." Abilene I ............ 48 66 '!i 10 to 12 degrees in the lower Mississippi Lr
tlft rate of :o cent a line. chnrcntft from which Atlanta ............ 40 5 1 I'[I Valley and East Gulf
Notices for entertainment. by
a revenue U to be derived are S cent a line. doing something for the young people instead Pineapples have started to arrive Boston .. .... ...... 34 46 j jI i I States, and have risen in the ,

/ liie>M of Citizen public Isstus I* an open and subjects forum and of local Invite or general dlseua'ric of talking about them. from Cuba i in small quanti 1 I Buffalo ....... .. 30 40 !i Rocky Mountain States. The' The Corey Roofs we sell are made by a manufacturer with

:interest but It Will not publish anonymous communl To tell you the truth, both contentionsare ties. The shipments range from Charleston ..._ .. 52 ,6 I! weather>> continues! abnormallywarm t I I a 60-year record of success. Including shingles and roll
lltVMIS. three to five carloads per day but Chicago ........ 32 -10 in central and southern I
right. There are some young people by April 15, there will be a decided -:; Denver ....__........ 40 56 ;I'1 Florida. I roofings In a wide variety of weights and colon, there

today, caught in the swirl of the new freedoms increase in the shipments. They Detroit .....__..m.. 32 44 I I,I G. S. KENNEDY. are types for all kinds of buildings.
*IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST who have lost their bearings and are will be in fairly full swing by Galveston .......... 54 '12lIa8na , Official in Charge. Carey Roofs are made In the largest roofing plantIn

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN kicking out of the social harness. Others, April 25 at which time about 150 ....__...... 7-1 I the world; that's why they can be sold at prices no
men will be employed handling Huron ............m. 22 ::14I Subscribe!! to The Citizen. lower-than untested materials.
.. with better surroundings and better homes, them. Jacksonville ...... 62 78 higher-and many times

1.. .Water. 'and.. .Sewerage. ti :I all are progressing1' toward ,finer and more intelligent I, Kansas City..... 32 48 i! i us give you" a fret,estimate, gnd. ,: thuf -*- 1 y1 of iwa individuals. Now is West One of the most important decisions KEY WEST .. 69 88I Pirates Cove Fishing Camp can lave money for you J t.V-Ci>, .
!g. Bridges to completeRpad to Main Key '
"",.. t'/1' '.., ie. .111 .* .. made during the }p/esent I. Little Rock ...... 46 50 t.'S> I
-* i -f
'doing anything! give its young peoplethe the .. Pirate Cove, Florida !I- SOUTH FLORIDA C0N?&'ENe. CC ;: ;'! .f
J t't 'sm'.i Try r, 1! I season was made by city council Los Angeles ... 52 58 ..,.. 'o."' '.
u ,-3.... Free Port... .'. : best; possible chance:? Are the parents at a regular meeting last night, Louisville ._... 44 52 20 Miles From i Key Wrest on i "Yo. tt m..fII":::: Wor1t'y- of. t&- Best .-':. ..:... .
j . here living the lives that make home the when they announced they will Miami .......___...... 64 88 the Overseas,)Iligtiway ; 'Phone 598:: t' WhiteIliz.. Sts. S -to ,
I .:J:? f Xotela) and'Apagym nti.j ja ...., i'' ., haven for disturbed youth? endeavor to secure a more complete -I Minneapolis ..__.. 26 44 SWIMMING POOL ; . ..- .. ... ,.. :
.. B and definite plat of the city. New Orleans 52 7f) I
'I Zi: 'Bathing PaVili l1: t 1-'i t 7.tV < om FINE CUISINE t.
,1..p. -,rt These are the questions that every After some discussion it was de New York ........ 3ft 52 ;
6. Airports-Land and Sea. reader of this article can answer alone, cided to communicate with several Pensacola ..... .... riO 12 First Class Accommodation
"=.= 7. Consolidation of County and City responsible engineer companieswith Pittsburgh ....36 !50 Write or Telephone for 1
a debate and ostentatious argument.To .
,': a view to securing estimateson Salt Lake City. 46 CO Reservations
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answer means to act and one grown the cost of such a plat. I San Francisco .. 48 rooI Rate: $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day 1 1i

.. person doing, some small service for young I I I Seattle _............. 40 48 i American Plan 1I FOR OVER OO YfAP
---- Editorial Comment: Human intelligence Tampa ..... ....h. 64 84 I
Experience is good if not bought too people is worth ten thousand debatersover is said; to be at its I Washington ...... 34 46Williston ---,_. -.' - -- .---- - ..
dearly. the course of youth. brightest at the age of 16. Most .......... 26 42 I I II
boys of that age are ready to admit I i!
that they know more than WEATHER FORECAST 1
Even our patience is taxed, but itdoesn't 1 NAVAL PROTECTION ,I r their parents. ffooth'1'Wd
I (Till 8 p. m., Tuesday) I be
hurt much.
so The complexity of the problem. of Dr. William R. Warren, a few i Key West and Vicinity: Fair post *>y
days ago, lost some medical appliances and cooler tonight and Tuesday;
First step in modern warmobilizethe national defense is quite baffling to the He put an advertisementn ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
mind of the layman, otherwise the tax The Citizen. Of course a good I 1
great mass-hatreds. 5- To act the original Davis 100% Pure Paint
payer. But the experts evidently know all many readers saw the announct'.1 IN*SUn> tO X MADE IN BALTIMORE. ru mtsm
ment of the loss and "
about it at least for Davis I00% Pore Paint ku often been IIID[
; we can only hope so. found. The finder could not! IOOL i
Anything that is generally known or were 'I f imitated< 'but never daplkstc4.iniS .
Recently a naval expert gave an ink- read at least without glasses, but' i .i1 3f : I fkl-knl /
0 ::: Davis 100% Pure Paint conform aitki
open to public inspection is ipse facto not ling of the situation when he urged the had probably heard Blake Roberts!!i I all pare paint laws and'is the only paint :.:.r"""

very exclusive. building of a number of light cruisers, talking about the lost articles and (i II I p that carries s {uarmtcc of pushy
} r
started the search. After a tired 7 II rw
saying: "The building of light cruisers to less!!! search he took the package to t I PAINT fbok for this Guarantee on the LabelAH -*I- i

Now we have a League for the Aboli- cooperate with and protect the destroyersis }>Ir. Roberts- who delivered it to the t / ea.ear.nw.nehsaymA.rPwn M..fwu..ra.ihrwew. .

tion of Capital Punishment, fdr which most of very great importance." This is plain I doctor. This find was effected Fair Cooler AH oor n>ducl( arc reds ky u* in IUIfi or. end oU tttraugk Deism only.THEftfiDAVISCa .
without human the
jurymen appear to be eligible. to be understood agency as I & hw 1899 BALTIMOREMnG.
enough by everybody. Cinder was Mr. Roberts' dog. moderate northerly winds possibly !-

But it is not all. fresh at times. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Demer-
Few individuals have the courage to We have a lot of submarines, which itt announce the engagement of I Florida': Fair and colder probably -
] of
t. frost in the interior
stand up for their opinions when it takes owing to their rather fragile constructionand their daughter. Miss!' Hattie De-.. extreme light north portion tonight; __ ..._. __ .0- _.-- ..

money and means loss of prestige. limited speed, require the protectionof meritt' to John F. Roker, son of 'Tuesday fair slightly warmer In YIIIIIIIIII
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Roker. The
destroyers. The destroyers, as the expert marriage of this! popular young'. northwest Jacksonville Florida Straits' e....... .ee

President Mendieta\ of Cuba seems to convincingly states, need the protection of couple will take place in the near'' Fresh northwest winds and weather -

have the situation well in hand, and bet- light cruisers. Naturally the light cruisers future. !'I mostly overcast tonight and

ter days are in store for that land of require, in turn, the protection of heavy The marriage-of Miss Naomi I I Tuesday! fresh We Invite You ii iiI
East!! Gulf: Moderate to
strife. cruisers, while the heavy cruisers must be Hudson and Willard Whitmarsh northerly winds.WEATHER. I

protected by battle ships. Then the battle will be solemnized' this evening at
8 o'clock in the First Method CONDITIONS :
Boys of Key West have the whole ships must be protected by formidable
church, with Rev. L. Munro of I
ocean as a swimming hole yet we have a battle cruisers, and these, obviously, must ficiating. No invitations have been Pressure i it low this morning To Drop In and See Our :

suspicion they would prefer one of those have the protection of aircraft. issued. I BENJAMIN LOPEZ !
mud holes youngsters on the mainland en- For the protection of the aircraft it GAVE REASON ,''I I I FUNERAL HOME 1 Line Of
joy. appears that for the present we must depend I EiUttlUned 49 Year

as in the past, upon the inscrutable LONDON.-"My face made me Key Wo*!*. Oldest :
do It," said a not left by Mist 24-Ho.r Amb.U. Service
House bill)) 0891 which calls for expulsion workings i of a benign Providence. I
/ j >. >:H" 1 -1-t Violet Brady of th sity, who com, Licensed EmDlm Wine and .
from the state{ of all i''wh can mitted suicide.: P...*.. 138 Nifkt tlD8-W Liqor5ts. .

neither road'nor write, musta beenevolved A FINE EXAMPLE S. A i : ,,

in the brain )of &'}1 penurious"niewspiper i'L li. Cocktail' SetsCordial ' fr t I
KEY WESTCOLONIAL .. . ( ] !s11t:
'Livak :
man. i' IO. I '1. 1LJV 'fl/; /Somp twenty years ago :, t HOTEL i t dT J5I

... was born on a Vermont farm",',*of Huh. :- 911 FLEMING STREET I Set's: 'h
.H l'V) H-JI.J ,'HI. If' Buffet'Sets
Ii a judge who has an uncontrollableanger \lt/V garian: parents who had little :educationand -Room.With In the Center of the Business r r : : I
Water I ii rl.r :3' aIii' tLa'7311'
Running $1.00
fit to calmly judge others? At leastit I a very imperfect command of the English Person; With Bath. $1.50a and Theater DistrictI

does: not appear that a judge who uses language. The family was poor, and Person I t CUt*-Fireproof- '
his fist in an altercation has a controlled : as soon as he was big enough John took his WEEKLY RATES Sensible Rate II.

judicial mind. share of the daily tasks on the farm, outside Newly Renovated I
Artistic Glass Tableware
I of school hours. But John was am ManagementNO Specialties

When General Hugh Johnson called I bitious. His handicap of humble birth CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Garage Elevator

Father Coughlin and Senator Long termites and foreign descent did not dismay him Popular Prices ,
Beverage Sets Tumblers

Key Westers knew the depth of the After finishing the course in the little --..- _. -- ..--.------.... !
Here know what district school nearby he walked four
ll'lIpral'aspersion. we ----- Goblets Steins Shells

destructive pests, termites really are. miles and back each day to attend the high isS'

.. school in Rutland often in the severest
Champagne Stems Cocktail Stirrersi
Key West will gladly pattern after weather, with the temperature far below Your OpportunityNow : _
Rome in the matter of keeping the town zero. Finally he graduated, standing :tS S

noiseless, and since we are, bereft of geesewe second in a class of 128.
is the .tune modernize home and :
need not fear being awakend from our I But that is not all. He won a national .. "" q' your '

slumbers; by that species of lamellirostral essay prize offered by the American to make such improvements'to, 'your property as maybe Electric Mixers, Beverage Shakers ::11:
needful or desirablq: before costs advance too 4 jS
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web-footed bipeds. Chemical Society, in competition with 6- >' i

000 other high school pupils. This gave much. : /1'' ::: i : Also Other :.,i '

Credit Key West! with the most subtle him a full four years' scholarship"-al Yale, See,:us about: the U, S.. Government. plan on :- Household S
Necessities and ;
invitation yet extended to President Roosevelt with $500 a year living expenses besides. long term modernization loans. t. I : Specialties. . ,_ e.i *

during his cruise in Florida and This is but another illustration of : ..' ....

Bahaman waters. Without mentioningthe what a young person with ambition, Enjoy the benefits while you pay. j I ..
chief executive the Key West Citizen energy and grit can accomplish, even under :

devoted a two-column box on the front I' adverse circumstances, in this land of The First National Baak ot Key West :. "Your home is worthy the best" :.

page to the excellence of fishermen's luck opportunity.The i

there heading it "Catching of Kingfish. example of John Livak, the Hungarian Member of the Federal Reserve !i [ South'Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. .{

front, Key West Docks Now Becomes Com- j : farmer boy, is a stern rebuke to I
And the coincided those who belittle American institutions Member of the Federal: Deposit Insurance Corp.
mon. publication our -
I Inea : Phone 598 While at Eliza Streets I
/ .:with reports that the president's I and sow seeds of discontent wellas YOUR 'BANKS .r 0
luck had failed him temporarily in the I those shiftless individuals who whine 11 :.....................................e. . .....................
Bahamas.--Maimi Daily News. ; because they "never had a chance." ,Fj ;;;. :

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..- -ICf11falISIe11eeefaefele.eee.e..e.eee..1f11eef, Some 215 species"of fish.found


been, olasaified by naturalists!! of

SPORTS GAINESVILLE AGGREGATION: 1 I the_Dominion' _nauseam._

StNOfdlSt Jatntf litweos. lrr.' culin* eyes followed her, gleaming;
left ot tkt New Stlmtont. wit/i l*. tc+ftlon of complete approbation. -
hit _Ijf.. Aunt Sarah kai bent. Every: belt and buckle of Jane's (11..1 in The GUIs**) the expert tutelage of Bernie Neis i ;
oompelleA to forego eotteot fteeatt
was always In place every flounce GAINESVILLE. April 8.- for years '
Sarah loaf eosl of thfamity r many ) a former Brooklyn
m'metf. James kat read taw IKJu smooth and straight every dark William Cates, well-known baseball star.
and IM Judo < oo vi o P"ffln vales 1&10 toflt. New should be. Jane possessed the rare . ., _. . _. . . I signed a contract with the Gainesville .
-- slamming long homer the
Concord'toomnt;mtanvkllf * ,tart. game
wi/*. 'wearing a white dress and of coming
/I ._ 'I' back as fresh and Immaculate as I GARAGE DOWNSADMINISTRATION I i $120 a month. Brooklyn Dodgers and the

Chapter IS when she set out. while,every other I SEMINOLE INDIAN MEETS HISMASTER Brooklyn Casey Stengle, manager of the Palatka Azaleas at the latter's .i'I.

girl present would return flushed sand Dodger, offered the park
JANE NORTHRUP : untidy. I * youthful"Wand City third-base-t' The Key West player's firstappearance
"Fifth ladles were agreed on one I : I I man a, position the Reading 'I "Hawk" .
on a
She was blessed besides with a Pete Nebo Falls Under Heavy Blows Of! Opponent : as was a
point at lead Beauty they decided IN DIAMONDBALLCONTEST Pa. baseball
clear white skin that seldom burnedor I 5 club a Brooklyn I commendable one. He greetedthe '
Dnall;might be a help! bnt could
farm, at approximately the same delivery of Bill Ferrarzi.I
chapped quantities of dark I
be consideration waived. Charm' manner and wavy hair which she wore In a braid I i IN RECENT'BOUT AT COLISEUM ARENA :!! salary that he will receive with Florida's ace pitcher, with a sharp t
for older people were
on her bead like s crown and with STAGED *ON SAT. Gainesville a member of the double over third base and showedup I
considered Indispensable.Serious deeply fringed sparkling black eyes. ............;...................o....0..1! North East Florida League. Cates! well in the infield by handlingall JfiisBcautifalRooF. .
mlndedness was debatable I URDAY AFTERNOON AT 'after considering both offers decided chances in real big league fash k\
as was a fondness frr the sterner physical charms were but I By HARRY MARTINEZ Nebo has a peculiar style of in favor of the Gainesville j ion. His underhand bullet-like CANT BREAK-
set as well as an aptitude for church JANETS BAYVIEW PARK RESULTED: Pete Nebo the little man with : fighting. He comes to you in a I 1
of her desir where he will be under throw
Dtng utter position was marveled at by the fans.!
work. I the "iron jaw", met his master crouch, keeping his face covered. I I CtBURd=

( But the self elected arbiters of ableness.JaDe bad.Everything She bad aelf James-confdence lacked I IN SCORE OF 13-4 last night at the Coliseum arena. lie tried to crowd Cox and for ai" -- -.- _.. ----.. -- - Low COST-

James destiny set 00 hfgb a standard for for For more than 10 years the Seminole couple of rounds made Tra Y'8
enough two one thing she I letics tonight at the Bayview
as their ideal for his mate that had money, stacks and stacks of It. I I Indian has carried on a ring I I I head a target for his left hand. ;: LOPEZ TEN TO PLAY I Park field. 1 e aa

;11 seeued for a long long while that (or at least her father had). and she I (By JOVE) campaign$ that has brought him to''' Cox figured he had to take a few er -- -.
The Garage diamondball ten all of the globe against i be able to out t Games scheduled for the rest of .
they never would agree and that was practical and sensible enough corners ; punches to carry ATHLETICSTONIGHT
James would be left to bungle along for a half dozen. placed themselves just one game'the outstanding fighters of his:,, his plans to beat Nebo. He walked I II the week follow: II

unaided and marry In the usual hit Look bow she took bold when! her from the top of the league where time. lie fought the best-Ben-1:': into many lefts to be able to land I Wednesday night the Busy Bees. aldDirectfromfadorglorFREIGHT'

or miss fashlcn mother was ill and ran that Kermess the Army is now perched by virtue -,, ney Bass Harry Blitman, Tony : to NVbo's body and he literally will play the A'.. : f
\\ AnJ the, when they were,most and raised the money for the Wo of their win over the Admin. Canroneri and Barney Ross included -swore,I the Indian down with a slashing \ SCHEDULE OF GAMES FOR r On Friday night the Busy Bees: I I

dl cour ged. In a regular "I o't. men's Rest Room-a really marvelous istration ten Saturday afternoonat among them-and he has ',. body attack from which he REMAINDER OF WEEK I will meet their eternal rival, the I h..ea Ye,H.-. s.11.illd..N. f,.. .
Truth-Stranger-Than-Ficton"! fash- achievement for a girl of twen Bayview Park. been beaten but he proudly boasted ;i; will not recover very soon. I i Funeral Home ten. I DAMAGE. V* e.iy c-.;., II
'ton'"Just after the ladies had coma ty-two. The Mechanics just slaughteredthe that in 150 or more battles I I Worked On Nebo''s KidneysCox GIVEN OUT These will be regular league "E Enow" R..te. (. TU l.*uil R..*. I
up bump against aa Insurmountable Moreover. Jane had blood almost Administration, and when the he had never been stopped. Last' started by belting Nebo rs I I games and each club will l start I i.1 is SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT .

y <]ust cleared away from around night he lived up to his reputation :'with a hard right to the kidneys. (By JOVE) I I here they left off some time ago. I d.11.AND. BOTER. ROOFINC.'t. I
thi home v plate, there I were thirtein'luhners -,.as a gamester but wilted under I I; The blow almost bent Xebo in I The Lopez Funeral Home dia-l I l'i The 'trm wilg! 'i U the standingof I .>.... .r nrl _ tl- "". h w U
oi? hevGarage! crevjHo [ the savage kidney punches of'Tracy 'two.: Suddenly Tracy switched toj: mondball ten will' meet the At th*. dub. up tb the present. ...*_*... Mfk.,'Joal'"..-. ;. I

wl had"passed over the rubber Cox, and Referee Moran I hitting Nebo '\ith a left to ,the )ikidne's. -I :M,Lopez? Funeral Home won two, .., .i... BECAUSE WE,SEU DIRECT I
while all the Administration' boys{ stopped the scrap in the seventh As the veteran fighter ;| then made 9 feeble attempt J lo:t none., ) I FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU. I
1 r t aa could do' was tpalce two and two round. i I took these punches he was seen : get up' before Referee' ''MoVan' 'Busy Bees, wbn one, lost two. I writeltONrFri
w count as four runs. I It was a sad ending for Nebo. i'to favor the side and Cox was! I! could'start a counts but;the latter Athletics, won lone" lost two. tory Frio. ....J... 1uIiq. ...,tI
'The: leading hitters were F. and in all of his! fistic career with the : quick to land a right to the head. II }: etopped the fight ratbep,than ,see : l ichj and 1 jVttTy'player; re- .':|W mm*--rice. 'W U...fwi ....w".r .

r S."Car ballo; two brothers of the lone exception" of a battle in Chicago ''Round after round Cox would the beaten warrior take a further main .with. the club;, they started hf..wJ-uy..l. W. ft the f Uuvl .
!: ... ..
s 3ny.. Mechanical force; Lewis Gabriel, ,' in which he suffered a badly ,[ belt Nebo with a left to the kidneys pounding. It wcs the only thing to with at the begining of the second I (MMirtM to r rL.

SVYr Hill Grifin and Castro all of the" cut lip, causing the referee to ,i I and like a flash bring a right I do. I' half unless! released by the

Grease ard Oil crew hit .500 and J stop this affair to save him from 1 to the head. His rights to the head I! Nebo was game, but it would I II I manager.

Camus of the Office boys hit one the unnecessary loss of blood he ( failed much damage. It was I I have been murder just for the sake 1 j I t

safely in his only time up. I had managed to stand the punches j I those terrific kidney punches that of gameness to allow him to keepj I Subscribe to The Citizen.PALACE. L. lOUTHWt STATES ROOtiNC 00.'
;cy M'lih In the field the leaders were of every fighter he had n>et. Ii i flowed Nebo up to a walk. j'I going. Cox vas in ,great shape. He 1 j It t tI.
Barker, Sibila, Bailey Baker and No puncher hit too hard for Pete i i Coming up for the seventh:: was fast and fought a two-fisted I. I

Delaney who starred in this game. I J the Indian. But Nebo found himself i! round Cox beat Nebo unmercifully. I II I I battle that proved he doesn't have wtt.u eM w ......... ... N
Score by innings: R. H. E. I against a boy who could l really 1 I First a left and then a right to || to depend entirely upon that right | Ralph Morgan-Frankie DarrelLITTLE I'.' Fr.Idd.... Fww,......._
Administration200 | punch last night. Cox hurt his ;1 the kidneys had the Indian in a hand for his victories. lie is a I] -in .......

001 0014 g 5 I, hands trying to break that "iron i bad way. lie di'in't know the word I hard puncher with either hand i j MEN it'H

Garage 602 200 30x-13 13 3 jaw" but soon learned that he quit. lie stayed in there taking i i and Nebo will vouch for that. Cox l'j (By Louisa AT. Alcott) : ..
Batteries!' : J. Cates, E. Adams I could gain nothing by this! !styleof J 'em until he wa: battered down. has youth and plenty of stamina. j Comedy and Short Reel ,t. ......
; ;, and J. Cooper; Jolly and II. Cas-tf attack and switchedto the |lie could take: so much and no He never seems to tire. ,
i j I Matinee: 10-15c Night: 15-25c I.
tro. kidneys. more. He dropped to one knee and 4 Nebo weighed 143 Cox 140 1-2. I .r ttr'ar r.. gri r r...
Summary. : Errors! : A. Robert t ,
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1 : 2. Fronock, Hale, Dementi, Lewis - '

: Castro Wells; three base' hit: .
,. # Bailey; two base hits: Baker, Hale,
ift'4 _ Manucy Lewis; stolen bases: ; .
Manucy 2. Castro 2. Lewis, Delaney. 4:. .
Hill Mora; double play:

Impasse. Jane Adelaide: Nortbrup returned as blue as James' own, at least on I Manucy to McKinley, Delaney to
home from two years' school- the Northrup side (Mrs. Nortbrup I Thrift; left on bases! : Administration S' \\hat do you mean, three years

:log in New England followed by a coming from Wisconsin and nobody 5, Garage 7; struck out: by .
7Car in Europe.; knowing much about"her family) I Cates 2, by Attains-0," by Jolly 2: t r

The ideal was suddenly found and and to cap It all Jane's childhood l>aes on balls: off Cates 2, oft from seed bed to cigarettes
I .
the quest ended. As they all ,Joyfully pertness had developed Into a truly Adams! 3. off Jolly 0; time of . .v '

agreed It really seemed too good to delightful cleverness. Indeed Jane game: 1:35; umpires! : :Mixon and
be true. was soon famed far and wide for her I Kerr.

That Jane passed with flying! colors witty quick speeches replies.A and. the aptness other <<:;; :<, I mean simply this-it actually takes about
test that the most subtle
every The East Coast ten forfeitedits
Ingenuity of feminine intellect could widely quoted bon mot wasJane's game to the Recreation Department three years to make a Chesterfield cigarette..
devise showed the stuff that she careless assertion that when
made of. Even the most critical was and she met someone she found she by failing to show up. It all starts with these little plants, called

most exacting of James' friends, could not Interest by any exertion
Standing of the tobacco : under
league: < seedlings.. They are grown
even those who bad cherished secret she talked about herself so that one ,,
Club- i3"YS jiaaa
W. L. Pet
hopes for their own daughters, i of tIme.them at least should have a good I:Army ..._............,__-.... 4 0 1.000 'dPf YA.-Y4+ : :,, ,eK t' 1r cover and transplanted to the open fields
agreed that Jane seemed to have
I Garage ...-....... .........- 3 1 .750 a.t.t; ::.:. in the
been made to order as the perfect Another referring to Tom Suit- spring.Then'the .
Administration ........2 2 .500
wife for the fens who bad
brilliant but Impractical a rich brother-in-law 5'.a
embryo statesman. named Axel Dodsworth. was that Lighthouse m............. 1 3 .259 warm Southern sunshine begins
Tom I Recreation ... .......... 1 3 .250
probably never would amount -
The little circle of earnest enthusiasts '": to in its good work and as the plants'grow
drew a deep breath of complete to much as long: as he "had an axe) Florida East Coast .. 1 3 .250 ;
satisfaction as they rested after to grind." It was agreed In all of New 4 ks: and ripen the mild ripe leaves are cut

solving their problem. Concord that Jane would "shine" In Games scheduled in this leaguefor
Washington society and be a great the and sent to the curing barns The farmer
As Miss Julia remarked. "It did present week are as fol.

eeem that Providence was looking.out help to her husband.Is lows: \'I'. 4"C t6s ,,.'.:. ' then takes his tobacco) to the auction ware.
for James all the while. Just like It any wonder then that the Tuesday, at 5:30: o'clock in the ,t 4, T#..'... + ..' ,'. "
the Judge had said good ladies who had James' career ( : afternoon the F. E. C. ten will > ,::SI 1{ N41. t house where it is sold to- the highest bid!

There remained only the minor so much at heart felt that James play the Lighthouse creW at the "" .N't .. :I' P. : ;; '. oIJ'1
1 matter of arranging to throw tbe and Jaueweia}) ."made"for eaJIller t. :4'4'agraeks. c4 x (chosen two together so that they -lby a tdpF'J nt Omnll'ot'l'rO"\ Tomorrow ,::t:' : J: :
mlgb} tall properly In love. For \>f Idence. .. 1 7:30: o'\ Recreation beginning Deaf at- ;M'y w Ci;. :: n,'#: 'x !1 f H'("r 1 J. .r( r,i'd 'i" rJT'fI . 'I-h, vt ''ii."',

course It ,,..('4> be> a love,matcifc! t piU It any wonder that there was -," en-n lh3 AthesCarag f e tin {; The tobaccos*Chesterfield cigarette*t-ui '..J"t'i
nothing l lento ;)t. Jim'' eon "was bewilderment and confusion exceedIng -' ':: ; ,: "M '
to-bethought of., Tb lr part was all bounds when James, after I U naYVIt'w. dnftf t ark. > 4vwC ,r"" .{t. 1j it \ ". 'are::then stored away for two years Of1llOtlb'i'
Jay Awry
merely to guide a. yonn an'yuaD meeting: the new Jane a dozenvorj&oVe > afteryroon the t\t Mtitmill; ::! ..hJ : '. ,.- ....... a'thetli
times and after dlnlngf'wtth/ .xull""Harracls.tyft|}lte This F; EC-<< :)t the Arty &f" fa m:4 kling{ m ilde-riiiat.a. .'''' .... : bettel'. '. : .'I,.,,, ; k
NORTHRUP had left home her, dancing with her picnickingwith game will start at :: ,
:: a En
JANE 5:30 o'clock.Thursday. : v a. x : p,
year earlier an overgrown her In the moonlight and seeming .."
rather forward pert and much to make the most favorable 1m1 1 I afternoon the Administration It all takes time-just about three"yean .
jpolled only daughter of New COD'cord's presslons upon the paragon herself i club will tackle the
richest citizen. No one except out of a clear sky after knowing Soldier boys at 5:30: o'clock in the To6arro Jrrdlinr -but there is t fisuilt l le.f"t/lild rip

Jane's father and mother had her all his life, suddenly seemed to Army Barrack! r "
are tranrplanud I 4s + c oet ,' tobacco in making a good cigarette
thought then that she gave promiseof notice little Leslie Harris for the Saturday afternoon the Admin. ;. : ; 'y ,
good looks or charm. first time and thereupon dropped istration will lock horns with the tat At ap enf tldJ lr 1 A That's tbt' reason smokers men and

But she returned so lovely a thingto Jane as abruptly and unexpectedlyas Recreation Department. This con. tberarlyrprinY ,...s.# '$a; ..: .
look at. so perfectly mannered If she had been made of nettles. test will be played at 2 o'clock at u'011It1l-ray that Chesterfields are-milder
tad polished and --finished"! prod- Every' spare hour of his thereafter Bayview Park. E .
let that her native town felt a warm was devoted to Leslie-Leslie Harris. I The game scheduled for Saturday -. t. and that Chesterfields taste ,better.

glow of pride In producing her. the printer's daughterLeslieof afternoon between the F. E.
Jane undoubtedly possessed what all people! No wonder Miss Julia C. and the Garage ten will be
is known In New Concord as"a head and Miss Sarah and Aunt Lou and played afternoon F': 4 aerk'irAt
on Friday in- M'
on her shoulders" she very evidently all their friends wrung their handsIn stead.
This game will start at
had used It to the best possible deep despair.Nevertheless. 5:30 o'clock.

advantage. She dressed beau as Miss Julia said

tifully carried herself well made herself they might have expected : Rhode Island and New York educator
the most of every good point It. Wasn't It exactly like him? They :
As she walked down North Fifth should have been prepared. and historian, born at East ; ,,
Street.apparently quite unconscious i Greenwich R. I. Died there Feb.
(Coryrtgkt. HIS U at eel a. Fam\am) 2, 1883.
of her young alluring slimness, the :
women smiled at her. As she passed
along Commercial Street all mas- olvt Tomorrow Leslie the the once sewing over. circle .I 1820-John T. Johnston. New

York railroad president, art collector -
--- --' - -- '- i first president of the Metro

........................IToday's :I adelphia instrument-maker, astronomer ,'politan Museum of Art born in

j and mathematician one t i New York. Died March 24. 1893.

of a group of American scientists II i

Anniversaries I who in the generation before the I 1832-Howell E. Jackson Tennessee .
War of the Resolution, made thei I lawyer U. S. Senator circuit '

........................ ,| name of America distinguished court judge, Associate Justice -

1725-Lewi* Morris, the rich|. the world over born near Phil. i of the U. S. Supreme Court, Fir lull yean er mare the auU bfsPf>s:. : ; s*'

New 'Yorker: who affixed his !' adelphia. Died there, June 26, i born at Pans Tenn. Died Aug. ripe ChaUrJuU tdauu art

the Declaration of Independence nameto ;, 1796. 18, 1895. ___ 1rlrrnliawiedeatroprheadehaYe.. ;,.;:,aY': .

knowing that it meant destruction -I 1750-Pierrepont Edwards noted i 1850-Wjlliam H. Welch: famed t/ lockout '
Hit tfut
.. -mtw
to his princely estate,; Connecticut lawyer patriotsoldier Johns Hopkins professor of
born at Mornsania N. Y. Died! jurist born at Northamp pathology, dean of American medicine > ._ ;,:," and nudtrn in rutrf rtipect -

there Jan. 22, 1798. i I ton, Mass. Died April,l 5, 1826. .i in his day, born at Norfolk, '. '. :" .." .... -ault CktfttrjitUt. .- --- .
1 Conn. Died in Baltimore, April !' t : 'fi"": , .
'.:g. .m .urr.xvwTpa co"I' J, .
1732-David Ruteohoustj Phil ., 1811-George Yl, Greene, '301934. ., .. ,
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SOCIETY :::::PERSONAL: : : ::MENTION: : : ::: I OF KING'S GIANT JUBILEEIN PLANES_ WAR DEAD FOUNDIN Today's eeoeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeeeee Birthdays 69 years ago.

: : ------------------------------------------------- LOST GRAVES
:-: Dr. Clarence M.\ Tincks of Toronto
Miss Elizabeth Acherson, who Mrs. Thomas Russell, who was\ Mary Pickford, actress, born in and New York
................................................. spent the weekend in Miami with spending a while with relatives (By A..oclafcd Press) lljr A....riatr4 Press) Toronto, Canada, 42 years ago. City, psychiatrist
general-director of the Na
friends returned yesterday. left yesterday.afternoon for the] LONDON, April 8.-Thanks to ARRAS, France, April 8.-
Key West Melody Hour To Be I the fact that England has no law tional Committee for Mental Hy-[
home in Miami.
Once bloody battlefield, now :Margaret[ Ayer Barnes of Chi-
like that of Japan which forbids gicnce, born in Canada, 50 years
bliss Marina who spent
I cry o, novelist, born there, 49
flourishing farm and busy
: Here Wednesday subject to "look down" on
Inaugurated several weejjr'in' Miami with her MVs. Francisco Fleitas, who any ago.
sister Miss Minnie Crespo, re- spent some time with relativesand his emperor many spectators will factory sites, still are yielding years ago.

The Key West Melody Hour play an important role in the turned yesterday. friends in Key West, left be afforded a novel view of the the bones of soldiers fromunmarked ,

will be inaugurated at 8 p. m. on musical and cultural life of this --:-- *w. terday afternoon for her brilliant thangsgiving ceremonieshere graves of 20 Rev. Albert Z. !Mann dean of
Wednesday April 10. community.The Mrs. J. Delgado and son were Homestead, Fla. -- Mpy 6 in celebration_ of the year the Y. M. C. A. College, Spring."

._ J. S. Golden graciously lent the selections will include: Sex. arrivals yesterday for a stay with yeS'j'king's Silver Jubilee. Many of them are identi-; field. :Mass., and president of the I
Writing Salon of the Key West tette from Lucia di Lammermoor, Mrs. Delga'do's son-in-law and Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens and :Any one with $80 to spend will ,tified to be sent home to rest Methodists* Deaconess Ass., born rCROSSED

Colonial Hotel. In response to a Nocturno by Chopin, Serenade by daughter, Mr. and- Mrs., Sidney' dren and sister Miss Jennie beable; to watch the state proI I in the village churchyard. Often at Fairland Ind., 48 years ago. I

number of requests the affair has Schubert, Meditation from Thais, Matthews. . Lowe, were arrivals cession from a comfortable vantage -' a pencil, a watch or a II
Offen- from Miami for a visit with their, point 4,000 feet above London -i..the of naming .
been changed from formal to Le Cygne, Barcarolle by / riDC means Robert Haven Schauffler, noted ..
James V. Marling: fg mother, Mrs. Walter Lowe, ands' streets. them after decadeson EYES
semi-formal. Only a limited num- bach, and a few pieces. West'l again two author, poet and lecturer born in I
i'Should tire of the
ber of tickets are available. The commodore will improvise a is a visitor in Jacksonville: other relatives. j. he procession will the "Lost in Action" lists Austria, 56 years ago. FROM FAR SIGHT
guest at the Seminole Hotel. I the flying spectator Unidentified bones placedin
On the will be Miss number on the piano. are I
program I find it to turn in his seat lot all far-sighted childrenare
Rose Appel, Miss Beulah Brant- During the years from 1908 to Miss Ev'lynlilIer: who wasspending a common charnel house
ley, Miss\ Alee Curry. MJss Norma f 1916 he, then a boy, on numerous G. R. Steadman: manager or' several weeks in Key,: and watch a "floor show" for a with a last brief absolution! Henry A. Scandrett, presidentof cross-eyed but practically
rates and Commodore von Mietk-i, occasions played before Emperor the Western Union Telegraph West with her many friends, left few minues. Or, he may decideto by the Tillage priest.A the Milwaukee, Chicago, St. all cro,,-e't"d children are farsighted -

Liuba II. D. W. | William and the members of the Company in Key Yest, left Saturday yesterday afternoon for her homein have a spot of champagne and corps of searchers divided Paul and Pacific R. R., born at When we correct the

Beautiful melodies will be' German General Staff at the em- afternoon for a business visitin Jacksonville, Alabama. listen to radio music through the into teams of three, is Fzribault, Minn.\ 59 years ago. far-sight, the crowed eyes become

presented. It is expected that! peror's castle in Luebben, hometown Miami.R. plane's loud-speakers. pacing off nearly every foot I straight.

these chamber music concerts will' of the commodore. William Prime, of Miami arrived Imperial Airways plans to employ of earth where battle was Dr. Herbert S. Jennings, noted Bring your child! in today
C. Roberts, keeper at Amer-1 yesterday for a stay with three of its great 45-seater known. naturalist and zoologist of Johns I for a complete examination.
.-- ----------- -- ------- --- ican Shoals lighthouse, left Saturday -!i Mr.\ and Mrs. William Camero, atithl" ] planes in the service, each leavingthe :
Hopkins, born at Tonica, III., C7
afternoon to spend his home<< on Whitehead street. ground at 11 a. m. and soar- ,,17111111111.I DR. J. A. VALDES
Council Of I .
Monroe County years ago.Alfred
quarterly vacation with his family lie was accompanied by his son ing over the city for three hours. Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee
I Each of the sky monsters will I tainers, two pilots, two barmen I ------
Conducts in Miami. A. B. Prime who returned in the ] I 532 Duval Street
P.-T. A. Meeting afternoon. carry 35 passengers, five enter- I and a radio operator. I Alien of Los Angeles,] .I

Howard Weatherford. of the .
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There was a regular monthly tional Congress with the refund Key West Gas Company left Lieutenant W. E. P. Roberts.

meeting of the Monroe County I!I i which must be spent for litera- Saturday afternoon for a visit Florida National Guard, arrived I

Council of the Parent-Teacher I ture. with relatives in Miami. yesterday from Matecumbe, .....-. -

Association recrealinJU room.Ofthe held last week Division in the I J Jf t I Conventions, programs" :plans! Mrs.\ I.' "Williams, who was where on duty heis at the with camps.the state troops( ; /3t : I < -e: ,

with Mrs. Enrique and the appointment of delegates spending 10 days in Key West asguestof M..11s .
fctreej h cbpfA', : I 5 .. '
rMr. and James
Henrique!"'presiding.After'a I were discussed! at length. Mrs. Pete Nebo arrived yesterdayfrom .
Malls rdJ"I Ct.Saturday:afternoon ( k
'reading of theminutes" Mrs Henriqucz brought ,to the, Miami for a short visit with ; '
Mrs: Wro. T. Doughtry, :Mrs. C.! attention of the members that all forhet'hoine; at Albany, Ga.Attorney > .
relatives and friends before leaving f >....
'obrrl Rob- be j:' -' .
Hoiffer committees
W. and Mrs. c must appointed. for Havana.
tft& members of the nominating' ','The'Congress Library1 and Pub Jack Kirchik, who o Rush To 'Give You Service-Patronize1 Thn' .
nand came in for a brief business stay t
eonrmittee; reported the following licity'! Course were received'
!Mrs. Clifford G. Hicks and
nominees: for the council: it is hoped all Parent.Teacher,: and was the guest of his parents
:Mrs. :M. E. Berkowitz, prelliI workers will avail-themselves of 1, Mr. and Mrs. G. Kirchik, returnedto daughter Miss Annie Lois Hicks,
who were spending: the weekendin
Miami afternoon. ,
I this literature. yesterday
dent.Mrs. Miami with relatives, returned BARBECUED
Enrique Henriqucz, vice-, Mrs. Chas. H. Ketchum will 1 DO YOU HEADQUARTERS FOR
president.Mrs. help in the pursual of the studyof Mrs.\ Earl Baumgardt. children I yesterday. SANDWICHES I THIS SPA

Sebastian Cabrera, Jr.,I this course in publicity for the Betty Anne and Earl, Jr., and 11 ........................ Prepared the Old-Fashioned MARINE CURIOS
secretary.Mrs., May Day Festival. I I II I Mrs. Baumgardt's mother, 1.n'8.I NEED MONEY? way with all the trimming SOUVENIRS

J. A. Boza, treasurer. I These committees are urgently I Clara Lewis, who were spending CLASSIFIED SANDWICHES of all kinds

Mrs. C Percy Curry, historian.A requested to meet at the Harris S several days with relatives, will We buy anything In OLD Fishing Tackle, Kodaks 12 I InsertionsPER
motion was made and seconded School on Monday, April 15, at I t. leave this afternoon for the home lOc 35c and Films
to pay for the cocoanut scrapbook I which time there will be ap- in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. COLUMN GOLD-Watch s, Chains, TO

obtained from the FERA to pointed a general chairman of s..ta..a..a.e........ Pins, Rings and Dental I COLD BEER Diamonds Watches and
be on display at the National Con the May Day Festival. and Mrs. Thomas Curry Jewelry MONTH
left Saturday afternoon foi ROOMS Bridge Work.Florida Wine, sodas Etc.
vention.A The council will also hold a i
committee was appointed to'special meeting at the Harris Washington, D. C., where Mrs. PAY US A VISIT Watch and Jewelry

endeavor to secure post cards,t School April 15, at :3 p. m. Curry will take up her duties in "THE MUNRO"\ -Rooms unexcelled Gold Refiners "We Greet You With a Smile" RepairingFRANK
which were requested by the dis--1 I It is planned to have as many I the internal revenue departmentfor in price and location.

trfet president, Mvs. L. O. Casey,"J as possibly can do so attend the which she recently.received an 128 NC 4th Street, Miami, Fla. 604 Duval St. Phone 347 ART'S BAR-B-QUE JOHNSON 3.00

of Hollywood.It National Convention in Miami at I appointment, apr4.16txPIANO Division and Simonton Sts.NO .
was decided to purchase! the Biltmore Hotel April 28 to U. S. Govt. Permit FLIES Colonial Hotel Bldg.
courses A' and B from the Na-, May 4.Local. R. B. Curry was a passenger I
leaving by train yesterday after
PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo-
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--- - --- --- noon for a visit in Miami with his SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
reno. Excellent piano for sale -
Breakfast At Lodge Unit son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and INSURANCE
I cheap. 1018 Division street. Jewfish, 2 11.'J 3Sc35c
Mrs. Richard
Pariah HallMembers Going To MiamiFern mar20-lmo Yellowtail Steak 2 It>,>.. THE KEY WEST 1 'r

Mrs. Myra Pinder, who was FOR RENTIN Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c Office: 319 Duval Street .4".
of the Young People's, Chapter Order Eastern spending several weeks with her Grouper, 2( Ibs. 2Sc
___________ 25c
: Snapper, 2 SUNDAY STARSubscription
Service League of St. Paul's'Church Star will be well represented at brother-in-law and sister, !Mr. and BEST RESIDENTIAL SEC- 2Sc
the of the State Grandi !Mrs. Mutton Fi.L,2 Ibs. - --
attended corporate communion meeting William Cooper at their TION-Large cool room'with : ; TELEPHONE NO. 1
i i Chapter to be held in Miami this home on Whitehead street, left Large Select Oysters
yesterday morning at the I i choice of double or twin beds. $2 Per Year
week, with 15 local members at- yesterday for other points in FRESH SHRIMP
Also nice single room. House- Try Your Mab At
7 o'clock mass.Immediately. I I tending. Florida before returning to her keeping privileges. 727 Eaton GROUND GREEN Key West' Only Sunday -THE-
after the service Mrs. G. N. Goshorn, member of home in Lake Charles.
street. apr8-2t TURTLE MEATKingfish PaperBusiness Delmonico I Restaurant f f
the league enjoyed a breakfast inthe" I the distribution committee will

Parish Hall prepared and I leave tomorrow morning over the eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. PERSONALS MackerelFREE : Office Citizen PORTERALLENCOMPANY Badwelser Beer -------- lie

served by its members. highway, accompanied by Mrs\ Today In Historyeeeeeeeeeeeeeee PROMPT DELIVERY
Six Course Dinners
Building ------
An interesting meeting of the!I Mary Lowe, Mrs. Willard Albury ;STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS
league was held last evening in I and Mrs. Cleveland Saunders. *c$oeee INDIGESTION victims, why PHONE 51 ---------- soeDELICIOUS 7Sc. and

the Parish Hall. i Mrs. Catherine Williams one oi 1730-New York City's Spaa- suffer? For quick relief get a PHONE 151

I the assistant marshals, will !eave ish and Portuguese Synagogue free sample of Udga a doctor's

Visitor Here by automobile tomorrow morning still functioning, opened. prescription, at Gardner's Phar-
I in company with Mrs. John C macy.marl3181920252627aprl23. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE

Leaving Today : Park, Mrs. Nellie Morris, Mrs.I 1789-First act to levy duties ; CAKES and PASTRIES 1+ To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades
Elizabeth Cooper and Miss\ Nellie! on U. S. imports proposed in congress 8-9x
After spending a very pleasant! I Louise Russell. by Madison. --- STAR, tb 25c;
two weeks with her relatives and j Mrs. :Stephen;; Douglass and Mrs INSTRUCTIONS THOMPSON'S FREE LARGO Ib 18c;
many friends in Key West Mrs. I I Jeannette Adams are expecting t U] 1835-Cla.ton, the American 1 F
Mrs. A, I PIANO-Thorough individual in E'5 MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., tb 15c.
May E. Ferns is leaving today foi i leave by train tomorrow. aeronaut, made a remarkable balloon I, -
her home in Washington 1) C. Sharpley.. member"of the Committee flight of 350 miles from Virginia struction. Special courses for rr 324 Margaret StreetXHifflH Buy It At Your,J Local
Mrs. Fern will resume hei < on Credentials, daughter, to Cincinnati in 9 1-2 hours. young beginners. Chas. Rob- OVERSEAS .
MU Elizabeth :Char.Moy: and Mrs, 1./ :_ I'I erts Studio, 613 Margaret r \\t.t .U 'I on .yont ffltafe t Tfrappreciate. UJ Grocw, 1t, fs
; '
duties as assistant superintendent Transportation,-Inc.FAST l ,G ome man: jet ); "1't<
Street. apr3-5-8 lOx ;
I Jackson Golden left over th e 1838-The "Great Western estb
at( tRe\ Kfvipoopal Home for children : them. Roasted 1n.1't.J'...:. f'
M i that city. ; highway yesterday'morninn: amMrs. !I 1X21 "t nl"; first regular transatI ,,juvd RELIABLE r Yo"ur ext Lob eFCratl DTinP A J. "r
.. \ William\ Watkins .left ,bj y lanUe: steamer left England for j Our Readyto-Serve Cakes DAILY FREIGHT WRVO: Vt iaiore'delfcious" STAK C ..
will be '
train in the afternoon. :< '. New Yotlu'l- and Pastries are always fresh! s ner Yl1d
Junior,'Club I For AH Inform OII F if it 1st baked rued in. Sl2..Q,1t, tre.\t

To Hold Meeting; rooms of the Key West, Woma9'Cluh. X 1881-Flogging III -'---: <0.abolished( in I A ROAD HOG ,Maloney PHONE& Peacock 818 .. 1'1 P, .H OJJE;' 2 i9.: Mi- ; Shella Giant>:Scallop: ? r>t"i}Ieart "Jfia Ph ne""-256. ::>$

British army. JAS. DVAILEY. gent
Junior Woman's Club will hold! Plans for the installation of officers I I RUNS BY
their regular business meeting<< tomorrow will be made at this meet 1D33-First Civilian Conservation ,

afternoon :5; o'clock in the ing. Corps recruits assembled in STOP LIGHTS. DINE AT THE Birds Animals Fish PRITCHARD ROSES
the Eas>t. I I
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ENJOY STAY HEREMiss RETURNS HERE 'ive-year-old Melvin Jones of this dining at home yon will find Dignified, SympatheticCourtesy

city fell on a pair of scissors, surgeons THE PLAZA a novel and .a- PLANTS and VINES
I saved his life by taking two
joyable experience
I'stitches in his heart. II
Maude Douglass! of Franklin ' Lieutenant W. Curry Harris, CO CO ReasonLICENSED EMBALMER
I National Guard, has been e) Fine Work At a SOUTH FLORIDA
N. Y., and Dcwey Denman, of Florida BREAKFAST
I Subscribe to The Citizen.
Hamilton. Ontario, Canada, were detached from service with Battery o 115 Tt ACO NATIONAL OAO Ht O visit! "E" at the on the keys
delighted! with their brief camps
A good business man sees that
yesterday in Key West as guests l I and has returned to Key West. SUPPER NURSERY
MONROE THEATERGreta his Printed Form are of aquality
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams I Asked hy he had been relievedof I he's not ashamed of. I II .624, Front Street LADY ATTENDANT
Mr. Harris replied to The Garbo George Brent | PLAZA RESTAURANT
at the home on William street. i duty I 4 PHONE 597
During the stay of the visitors; Citizen's query that his legal business -415-- We solicit on a Q A'LI-r.1: 505 Duval Street KEY WEST FLA. Phone 548 Never Sleep
had assumed such propor- PRICE and SERVICE' b .i j
they were shown all of the many : THE PAINTED VEIL ;
beautiful and attractive sights and I, tions as to make it necessary for Orchestra I I
Matinee: Balcony, 10; THE ARTMAN PRESS
when the hour for departure arrived : him to file applictt on to be re-' 15-20c Night, 15-25c AARON McCONNELL Our i is ': k ' S
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expressed regret that they lieved of duty with the troops. THE CITIZEN BLDG., 1 1T ] 536, Fleming Street WrapJOHN C. \ ",H'!'''' ;.

had not made arrangements to enjoy 1 ,.'- -'" H_ ___ -_ I ,ped in every package Yl '.f .
a longer stay. I "

Notice To SubscribersPlease UNITED STATES FAST Deeter PLUMBINGDURO


Merchants of Duval street will
ea prompt la paying fORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
the carrier who deliver your meet tomorrow morning 9 o'clockin Effective March 18th 1935 WATCHMAKER. JEWELS THEAND '
the Palace Theater to discuss I S
paper. Ha pays The Citizen Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays ENGRAVER PUMPS :
15 cent: a week., lor tlie pa- I the traffic ordinance which was 12:20 P. M.Leave I See Him For Your Nest Work ARTMAN PRESS
per and sells it to you for 20 recently enacted, and is now in Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, J PLUMBING SUPPLIES
centi. Hi profit for deliverla force, by the city council.: Leave Key West for Port Tan\pa Thursdays and Mon ALL PRICES REDUCED Citizen Bldg. .

I ii 5 cents weekly on each This ordniance has attracted a days 6:30 P. M. I Ho.rsi 9 U 12-:1 tee PHONE 51 PHONE 348 '
I' great deal of criticism, it is said, Office Oe .
subscriber.: If He It not paid Tickets R a and Information at Ticket '
HE loses. Not The Citizen. and the results of its enforcementon Dock 'Pk.M 71 Ope Saturday Night _

business is tc be the main topic . ? J. H. COSTAR. A -t. .' J ...... '
'.JY.I.lIIII i of discussion it is said.
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