The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00478
 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 11, 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: UF00048666:00478
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire .' l Key West, Florida has the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the b c. {en W" Citizen( most country equable; with weather*an average in the

___ ___ -.e range of only 14 FahrenheitVOLUME


I Federal Officers Make Round] TO. DISTRIBUTE I POLICEMEN FORM I 1''VISITOR I LEAVES I UNIT MAKING 'County Commissioners DecideTo





Of Laws Found Officers {I, . ._
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i The police officials and patrolmen -!)i L. Sovalewski, annual visitor to I #

Explain Status Of II OFLASTFEWDAYSTHREE SERVICE DEPARTMENT I'I of Key West assembled in the; 1 Key West in the interest of the ASSIGNMENT YESTERDAY IV-lIllII'll. Case Of Ben Hur Com

Licenses office of Chief of Police Ivan EII -! ]products put out by the Wallace I! --

I Distribution of cotton dresses I I wood last night in the city hall in i j and Ticrnan company, was again I* James Pergola and I I BOY ON VISIT HERE I pany Against Monroe
cameraman I I
-- OTHERS CAPTURED and sunsuits, designed and pl'o-i" get-together meeting relative to a visitor here this week and left II County First Heard In
the activities of the department. | Brandon Wentworth. sound effects
; i j i
'duced by the sewing room conducted yesterday afternoon for Miami. Peck's Bad Boy. Many of

Activities: among dea'ers in in.1 ON TUESDAY BY VISITING I|iI 1 J by the social service de- I organized During this with session Chief a El club was being I Mr. Sovalewski!; was in Cuba L i! technician, with Pathe News, completed I I the older federation will recall Circuit CourtAt

toxicants were enlivened PARTY FISHING IN NEARBY 1 partment of the Key West Ad.1 I wood ( their assignment in Key I!I this famous book which
elected president Captain of conferring with heads of the government ;
ministration will start Monday it 1 West yesterday and left in the aft- some 45 years ago could be
day by the appearance in Key j Police Everett Rivas l
vice-presi-J relative
jI I WATERS was announced today. as to the use of his I 1 seen in the hand of
I with every
West of C. D. Youngs, of the federal Varieties of styles and colors dent and Patrolman Ulric Gw'nn'l i i company's products in the proposed : ernoon several thousand feet I lover of wit and humor. the meeting of the board of
I of film. Mr.
- secretary. Pergola
alcohol tax unit and P. J.I i 1 have been put into the dresses installation of aids to navigation was accom-I Many thousands of readers county commissioners held last
I Officer Joe Kemp was assigned )
I! Making angling history is what;'and suits which are to be distributed !] on the island and! in the panied by Mis. Pergola have enjoyed this famous
to duty as publicity agent for the night it was decided by' the board
Calviv, customs agent, both from to relief clients. 1\Irs.1 I i little daughter. book and of them
C. A. Gross and II. A. none any
l1aepht'ri i I club, and those present at the harbor.' (
Miami.. Linton Curry, foreman and timekeeper !{ lese operators arrived Tuesj.4r.y 1 I more than the son of the hero that the case of the Ben Hur
) !
I son, of Greenbay,. Wise., and Da- 1 I meeting fully agreed,that a better j II He returned from Hapna" Mon-] -
in the sewing has of the stories who is in
vid Peck and L. Barkhausen.,( of choice could not have been and shortly afterwards made i I now Life Insurance Company.
The! vi.itiBg>officials,, veerscaccompaaied .,, t' used to a surprisingly good advantage I +i made t'dayanJ, spent the, timer '" Key West against
\ 'Chicago, ,III., have' been, doing in as "Joe" is always on the,alert in hrl rrangements with the FloridaE. ,
-by Customs. OUieer.1 all scraps and remnants!! many friends In ,Key IVert'Se.I.tin :: David Peck. broker of Chicago -. : Monroe County be carried to tha
?( >'|th lfew days,they have been. fish- i I all activities pertaining.to the, poflice t R. Administration to make
of cloth usually thrown away, and :: those. at lighthouses headqunters. ,, paid -IPlea.ant.caU, : at. '
:ling ip Key West waters. ; departments well things t United jSUUs Court of, Appeals.
Ostkr-iLounder as..
and C. P. ;Hogo i thots of different
{ .
with them has supervised the ' Mr. Sovalewski reported avery activities being The Citisea 'Office this morning -
Tuesday this, : in t
left with general abouthe city. ,
bobm.H.WhiU.a. number of places Captain B. Filer.to try for tarpon.t I making of attractive trimmings Thel police officers haveioutlinifed r : successful trip to Cuba. :, conducted by the administration and ,.while- discussing' ,\ Attending. the meeting were
for the cloth which is !' Clem C. Price fishing and Key. .West. from
usually ,
which, dip ns..beer and. stronger; None of them being sighted their I ,a progranvfor future activities* was assigned to Chairman,Carl Bcrvaldi, ,,Comtnis.
attention was called to sailfish. J considered scraps or remnants. with a hope of bettering eondi-'JI:PRISONERS: 'FIGHTAGAINST accompany them on their tour of other view" poinJs,mentioaed .
beverages were visited there iwere Mrs Nina Ryder Johnson di the city. The first place visited the fact that his grandfather "" sicker Braitoji B.,, Warren and
,land Mr. Gross, Mr. tions in many respects as pertain !
rector of social service here said LIBERTYlly was Raul's club. This George Wilbur Peck, editor,
was set upI Nathan Niles, Clerk Ron
no arrests made. | and Mr. Peck each captured fine j to Key West and its environs. C. Saw
I that the dresses and suits wouldbe I and a series of pictures made and one time governor of
specimens.( The only member of I .
Only one seizure was reported j distributed to relief cliens who ( Ah orlatrd' ..1''...) with the accompanying sound effects. Wisconsin, was the writer of y r and Chief Deputy Sheriff
the: who failed '
party to connect {
this of approximately 50 gallons, was Mr. Barkhausen. lie had several i i will take the best care of the PLAN PROTEST j I SLAVON'SKA POZEGA, Yugo- the Peck's Bad Boy series Clements Jaycocks.The .
clothing Since there is so much slavia. April 11.-Three "icn im- Yesterday most of the time was I and his. the speaker's father,
of !! strikes', but failed make
The to
unstamped liquor. a
proprietor | variety in the designs and colors I i i pi'honed in the local jail refused :. devoted to filming actual rehabilitation was the bad boy. matter of the Ben Hur Life

was given warning of the,!! capture.Not in the I least dismayed Mr.I IDarkhausen. I there will be no semblance of: TRAFFIC LAWS ; to quit their warm cells under a activities pictures at thee I Mr. Peck is one of the Insurance Company was brought

penalty attached to practices ofi; i !stereotyped styles, and it is be general amnesty granted by th aquarium and some of the demolition quartette of fishermen, the
who what is1
this kind and replied that he j ,considered the finest owns duck hunting : lieved that the attractiveness of I ONDUVAL ST..':regency at Belgrade.: uch corre- projects. others being C. A. Cross and to the attention of the board in a

would in the future adhere strict-, i reserve in the country at Cuba j the various pieces warrants good,I !I gpondence followed the federal I I ': Later on the lawn of the home I H. A. MvcPherson, of Grren- leter from W. V. Knott comptroller
I! i care on the part of relief clients I - authorities finally ruling that their of Mayor Wm. II, Malone. the bay, Wise., and H. L. Bark- :
ly to the letter of the law and I j i Island on the Illinois river, andr I The dresses and other pieces I ', !pardon must be obejed. Many citi- chief executive of the city and M. I hausen of Chicago who within treasurer ex-officio of

see that all purchases made in the j'I whose sporting name magazines has been as heralded a famous in'' .', were made with cotton sent hereby !I MERCHANTS AND OTHER BUS.1 I zens gathered near the jail as the i E. Gilfond. acting administrAtorin II the past two days caught I Monroe county.

future carried the regular stamps. !: j Ninirod, knows the efficacy of i. the Federal Surplus Relit'rj i INESS MEN TO PETITION !protesting prisoners were depositedin I Key West were pictured talking four sailfish. I Ii Mr. Knott'a letter called
At this there found Commodities Corporation. The i the snow outside the gates. over the situation and their 1 i attention
was 1 to the
MAYOR AND COUNCIL AD-4 peremptory writ oT,
sewing is conservation relative I
among some of the liquor stampedthat i soothing his excitability with the room a project of thelw'men's + ........................I its to the rehabilitation mandamus i Issued:>l out. of United

the stamps gave evidence of J words of that old song ":Iy Time : work division of the fO-1 VOCATING CHANGES t and accomplishments States court calling' for n !hearing
i plans for the
cial service department. Wont ii I future was re-
bided his time. it RUSSELL
being counterfeit and two bottles employed in the room have become __ I THE WEATHER 1! corded. 1 in Miami .March 25. This slow ,
were Yesterday his attitude was re1 I t 1 was in the
carried afternoon; printed issue
yesterday Just of ThaCitizen
when the Pathe
so interested in the work News reel
by Mr. Youngs to Miami where warded in a wonderful way when !! that they ate going to the workroom As a result of the meeting: of ( e.a.ee..e.ae.e..se..a |'' tarrying! the )Key West scenes and GIVES ADDRESS of March, 15.

the regular tests will be applied he got a strike fought for almost I en days when there is merchants and business men held Temperature. :, recordings: will be released was' The case it wai! shown, firr1

to determine whether the 'one hour and brought in a bcauti-f sup in the Palace theater Tuesday 1 Highest ... ..... went to the circuit
or not 'posed to be no work done 'and ... 84 I1 i j not said but it is understood it will courtV hi!!e
btamps are spurious. j jL ful sailfish weighing 50 pounds' even after having completed their morning a petition is to be pre.st"ntrd 1 Lowest' ..._... .. "" .............70.Mean ): not be very Tong Mr._Pergola anti !: AT ROTARY MEET!'I an adverse deciionVal: rendered.

Anpth JB i>lace.was fund.whereia 'i''and f:'''measuring' !t I -C -feet and- 10 inch-, I pledged volunteer time(, are put-;,I t to Mayor Wnu. II. Malone _...___.. ........_....._77 .Mr..Wentworth stated they" were' _______ *. *' The ttt.'r..was \1en..t!| l'tkrn'&e."h' : _
regular business was being done ting in many hours voluntarily I and the city council, asking for ]Normal Mean ...........75 well satisfied with the results obI United States Court with the result
on a large scale with only a beerj.: Here are four mt'n. one of whom the project. on I certain changes! in the' traffic i; RainfallYesterday's tained... CLUB VOTES TO INVITE NEXTi that the writ of mandamus
has never before been fishing in I !
license and U. S. revenue license:\ : I ordinance now in force. was issued.
in evidence. The was j: these waters and each has caught i The petition sets forth that theI Precipitation .0 Ins. I THIRTY NINTH DISTRICT Board Makes Decision

proprietor a Failfish. Mr. Gross. Al I r. l\1ac-1 I CAR RUNS I ordinance i is detriment Normal. Precipitation .02 Ins.i : .i STEAMER After
warned that it would be necessary' OVER 1 I present a i . rrrwrd ......r. ."-.r -rrl4end MALLORY CONFERENCE TO MEET IN discussing the various
to apply for a regular state 'pherson and Mr. Peck have in their | to business and inconvience to the ..I..c! Ht H .'rl.M-k. this. aroralaa.' {phases, of the matter the board decided

county and city license if he offices of their homes trophies' of I public and that it was so determined j Tomorrow Almanac KEY WEST to take the matter to the

wished to continue doing busi inetis. i- former angling experiences in Key NEWLAID ROAD by those! attending the meet- Sun; rises .........._. ...... 6:07 a. m. DUE HERE FRIDAY, higher; court and Clerk Sawyer was

This he promised to se- West and Mr. Barkhausen will i ing. i'Sun: fets... ............ 6:48: 1 p. m. 1 instructed to so advise Qounty Atlorncy .
soon have he has placed) his
one as
cure. |I' 't catch with Taxidermist Cecil 1 The modification asked providesfor Moon rises: ".. ......... 1:44 p. m. i At the regular Rotary luncheontoday W. V. Albury, now on

In several other beverage establMimcHts Gray HIGHWAY CLAIMED TO HAVE parking: of one hour on t the Moon sets ...- _......... 2:21 a. m.:: VESSEL WILL INITIATE PAS presided over by Eddie duty with the Florida NationalGuard
for mounting. east side of Duval street and for at. Matecumbc.
U. S. I +
revenuelicenses m -- BEEN RUINED BY FLAT | Tomorrow's Tidesi SENGER SERVICE OUT fi j t IStrunk, president of the
were not on display I :30) minutes on the west! side of i i A.M. P.JI ) organ& Application of Juan Carbon:

When called for they were ,produced MELVIN LEWIS\ 52 TIRE ON MACHINE Duval street between Eaton: and | High .... ..... .. :3:26: 4:06: 5 OF KEY WEST t nation, Melvin Russell gave a for permission to sell liquors

from various nooks andcurn'r I Angela streets and that signs "to: ( j Low..... ... t :4'J 10:10Hammett'r : i } talk on the district conference to I wines and beers in the HaU.uaMadiid -
The tfficers advised thproprietors : stating be placed in this area" i .m.h.at R be held in Bradenton, April 14 toi Club at Front. and Duv..l
c {
a. m. today:
that the law requiresthat DIES THIS MORNING Ralph: H. finder, foreman of The appeal I is signed by Merrill j jF. I Sea level :30.0l.WIATHER I Steamship Henry R. Mallory, of'i ICth, outlining the program arranged street was read and notice of application
. Basil R. TV Gonzalo: and entertainment to beprovided
Sands ('s. as legally' provided rot
license be displayed( on the o'rationsith( the state road department I i '- j j the Clyde-Mallory\ Lines js due to
John'Gardner. for the delegates.The .
Hezanilla and oidetvd
was in The
walls of the "establishment ami 1 I and in charge of the FORECAST :, strive at Key West tomorrow eve- club published
to send its delegate
failure to so display them i.punishable ii i. FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEHELD work on Stock Island, told The i!I committee. j ji J :, ning. This rhip will initiate passenger the Citizen.
- (Till 8 m.. Friday to district conference uninstructed Report of Tax Collector Frank
p. )
fine of > I 1 Citizen this
by a $500.
: morning of an automobilist carrying service from Key ,.
TOMORROW 'J Key West and Vicinity with respect to voting H. !.add. collection of 1033: taxis
Altogether, it was! learned from ,: | driving over the recenllmpleted Yl i! JOE WYNN COMES !{ dou : Partly West, and will continue until further for next district ,
ly. governor. ( read
< probably showers tonight I! was as follows: Deposited
one official the investigation >
: waentirely s AFTERNOON c( o / road on the island antcompletely "l notice.
and Friday moderate The club also voted to invite I in the Fiifct National !Hank.L60
\ satisfactory and would l b:.I l lpiodiictiv'e ruining it. I I ; southerly Passenger service out of Key '
of the desired results j The said Mr. finder which i' HEREFROM TAMPA J "inti. i the next 39th district conference ibum ;of.'I, Lti1..A li hitribale/iifilu
car / West ceased' with the departure of
I i Florida to meet in Key West in .1936.: -I j f dfffeit'nt
: Probably |
There is no (desire to make I went the road had tire. showers tonight funds as.fyp| slay;; .i f J."'f
ar- over flat this vessel for New York
J. ;Melvin Lewis .2, died at hisresident' II and on April Everett: ((1 Jkg f ejli, KuseH: ,. .birthrclay r r'' 'JJcn'era'l: }Revenue., ;
Frutay; colder in north- ,1114j lJ/,7.:/,
rests and place people in jail ai and some of the indentations made. I Ion lherhas ( ;
  • I street l ,. ,wa>,celebrated.. Fme'phd Forfeiture .
    one of the visiting: officialThe l o'clock this the newly laid surface were J! VlSmNdkKEY WEST IN', Itjfrj k wFsttnd. \\"est-t'e.lJaOv.nrtion3! ,. been no passenger service anniversafy: $? ,(,62 i i4Jul
    government wants thoe110 desire morning. Funeral 1 more than two inches !I f Friday. '; J with ice ('f Uf.a",1. ;cake .betazgrved landing!I', : .J Indebtedness'I., ..$jtG,10.;
    deep. this
    services will be' held tomorrow!i I Ja,{ka viiville, from port. ,with, great, jolity ,'maoi-1'Special,': i.8
    to continue in busines: to'' : Tracks of the car were followed I j| TEREST OF BREWING tot FloriAli.StraitModerate s' The present arrangements are ( At.lve.n\sin\ ; j| ;'I,t//>)Mv
    with the laws ai'tcintoit 4:30 o'clock from the into ; to fresh southeast winds ,Tested t by .tbe.;?utentbcrs ;.makingnp. '|trdhond and! .Interco(, ,',!W. ,f;
    the city but
    goveining traces wetlost e : to continue until further notice,
    the sale of liquors beers and I d\aJ't'1 I of I'ritthartl'Fun'ral 1 when theenterE'd the ex-j j '. jt ( and wcath'If.lh( | ty) ';vf'rcast to- hips 'going north alternate Fri- the organizations.i ; ' toad, .i.SGYii; ):; ;! ,General,,;t>c" y<.l},.

    wines and to pay the taxes legally'';i Home on DixiMon) str. Hev. AlfredDeHar'itt. tieme western section Although t! .., _!_' .I i I! night and Friday with showers days: with from Key Visitor. piesent were JUorrill\ $318.72;; Special choul<< 1 |jlr!yijgViJ
    of Trinity Presbyteiian s passengers Sands who
    \ Friday was a guest! of John
    Intel'cst. $159.36 Special School
    to do | an effort made to again pick I ; The will be ; :
    necessary so. was ; \Ve t. next sailing
    Church will officiate.Mr. them did I Jpe Wynn, of Tampa, prom East Gulf: Fresh southe.'ywinlh ,i I Gardner: and Major Halbrook, aguest Tax District No. 1, ,31 .72.
    --- it futile
    -- ---- proved as a 26.
    up. April
    Lewis i" survived by his inent in business and political circles over south portion afresh {i of Bill Demeritt. Remitted to Comptroller W. V.

    MRS. C. L LEWIS\ widow. Mrs.' Lillian Lewis twoI. I 1 search Mr. for Finder the said car it was fournecessary d j i' :, was an arrival yesterday on shifting winds over north I:, fares With and the charges reasonable of automobiles passenger ---- i Knott, $1,083.64, less commissionof

    daughters Mrs. T. F. Russell an.Hiss 1 the Steamship Cuba, and is a portion becoming northwest late : two percent 21.67, net, $!,*-
    resurface the entire TWO
    to now in effect from Key West, i it VETERANS
    : Marie Lewis; three brothers: ',' guest; at the Hotel Colonial. tonight or Friday.WEATHER DIES THIS MORNING( Dave Will] and Robert Lewis section of the island road over Mr. is! anticipated by Agent C. E.I
    ; interests
    Wynn is! here in the Depository accounts '
    which the flat tire had passed. | 1 Smith there there will be a number -
    three '
    sisters Mrs' Roland I of a large brewing association CONDITIONS TERMED INSANE! I checked and approved by the
    of bookings Key
    1 Weatherford. Sr., :Mrs. LottieKnoles | and will appoint an agent for { Wcst. I chairman. .

    FUNER>.L SERVICES WILL BE and 1\Ir\ Susan Skelton, SALES MADE AT the product, which is made i in The western disturbance has l i as the season advances. i! To Have Two GuardsAs

    and four grandchildren. Florida. moved eastward to the middle Mississippi j I, the law provides that white
    CONDUCTED TOMORROW I AH of the relatives reside in I One of Mr. \\\\ynn's friends, of Valley, Kansas City, Mo., NICASIO GARCIA RECOMMENDED THEY BE and colored prisoners in the

    MORNINGMrs. Key West except one brother, SPONGE WHARF. Tampa and Key West told The 29,70 inches and pressure is low j SENT TO HOSPITAL I county jail be worked in separate

    Dave who has made his home in i |Citizen that Mr. Wynn is a southward to the middle Gulf i LEAVING ON TRIP !"I!{ gangs, it was decided to arrange

    -- I; Tampa for many years. i, FIRST SALE CONDUCTED !* cousin of the famous comedian coast Rains and thunderstorms .IN TENNESSEE working of prisoners in Monroe
    i | I I
    Columbia L. Lewis idied ;.' > Ed Wynn, but always denies the have resulted throughout the bits s-1 -----.;, jail under two guards.
    HERE IN PAST SEVERAL allegation when sisrippi and lower Ohio valleys Guard
    the i
    FOUR I ; subject ; Captain Leroy Torre.
    6:-15 o'clock this morning: i m BUILDING f '
    Before being .. brqached. i Tennessee, Georgia and the Ea at t'! i Nicasio Garcia, of the collectionbranch Lloyd M.! Ramsey 'and Clinton will have charge of one group
    Mercedes -
    : MONTHS Gulf States, being- heavy in of the Key West Electric Iia] ,. Veterans from the camps and William Gandolfo will takeover
    taken the her home !
    to hospital
    was. at 2601< Harrison avenue, PERMITS ISSUED! COLONEL .1 north [ 'Georftir A VahtiteJftC-},j company: will leave tonight on the ciao! CrKes, were brought to Key supervision of the ,other
    ing 1.2q 1 nd..c1Jst. it&tl cat l J, Steamship Cuba, for Tampa and| West yesterday in charge of group in addition to his duties
    where she lived for many years. i I' For the first time in several t'al have about week Charles A. Baggarly.. I
    9CCijrrea..in--.tbe central and 11 I will be absent for one I with the state road department.
    Funeral services will be held; Four permits for repairs; and months the municipal sponge dockwa 'II ON VISIT'HERE southern .Plaifc] l.>f 1iJ.es.anHeast.| -I .'Mr.\ Garcia has been named del eI -.I Ramsey: and Hayes had been

    tomorrow morning y o'clock from construction were issued
    the Pritchard Funeral Home the week t"ndinpril 11 frm th e ale of sponges. This is the first t -"-- tinued in portions of the North J 0::F., and goes to attend the grand]some form of abberation and Ram- CUBA CARRIES

    chapel. Kev. E. R. Evans of the office of Building Inspector Harry sale since the winter catch \\"a I and :Middle Atlantic States, and I lodge convention which opens in tey had cut his wrist with some

    First Congregational Church will Uaker. Issues were made for the brought in. '( Colonel! Wm.1.. Toomer, one ,there has"'been rain and snow' in i j j Tampa next Monda.y.i f I harp instrument, with the evidentintention 104 PASSENGERS

    officiate. ; foi'i-ving: I tNew Only one large: lot was sold, it of two trustees for the group of the Dakotas. A strong high pressure of committing suicide.:

    The deceased is survived by a roofit 629 Whitehead! was learned. This consisted of 130 Colonial Hotels, is a visitor i in area over the northern Roc k''i A lunacy commission consisting I

    nephew. KlmerJfSggins.. street. Owner, A. Kemp; cost, bunches of good grade wool, and;Key West and is a guest of JacksonGolden. ies and Plains States, Williston. SPECIALFRIDAY of Drs. Wm. R. Warren, H. C. Steamship Cuba, of the P. and

    'S100. the purchase price was $$415..|t manager at the Hotel i N. D., 30.62 inches has spread ;, AND SATURDAY Galey and J. G. Piodela, was appointed O. S. S. company sailed for Havana -

    WHITMAN'S New roof at 1010 Varela ttret't.1! Smaller lots of yellow and other j ji Colonial. f' !southward causing temperature' APPLE SAUCE OCp, to investigate the ease I I yesterday afternoon with 73 C

    EASTER Owner J. C. Lord; cost. *30. i !grades. were sold bringing the total j Mr. Toomer is originally: from falls of 12 to 14 degrees in the :!, CAKE ....__.'_.__"_. This was done yesterday afternoon i first class passengers. 26 second
    CANDIES Erect porch at 1)77Vhi) .shea'istiect. sales up $485.51.. I Charleston, S. C.. but for the latter -,' southern Plains States; while I MILK CHOCOLATE OC and the finding of the board j I class six autos, seven tons of

    Fresh Shipment Just Received] Owner. Ernest Hemin" g-j i j The boats are beginning to arrive years of his life has been ma k- warmer weather prevails from the CAKE )C was to the effect that the men freight and 96 sacks of maiL

    From lOc to $3.00 way: cot; $-50.') i and it is expected that for the [[ ing his home in Naples, S. C., but Lake region southward over the - were insane and dangerous. It was : Ferry Palma arrived yesterday

    Gardner's Pharmacy Construct {stage at 119 Mick-i: I i next few days exclusive of Sun-,{lhas been spending the winter in i ?, East Gulf States and Florida. I'I MALONEY PEACOCK I recommended that they be' taken afternoon with 72 sack of mail.
    : l '
    Phone 177 Free Delivery ens lane. Owner "'. S. Kuchhahn; | day. there will be a number of of-i: JISamL He is enjoying his stay; G. S. KENNEDY. 812 Fleming St. Phone 818 to the veterans' hospital at John-|baggage and 10 miscellaneous
    .I! cost $75. 1 ferings. 1 in Key West. ] Official in Charge. i ion City, Tenn. I ears. "'

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    cue UNDESERVED CRITICISMIn .... .......................................... I
    'orb sttm .1 ators he had interviewed voiced
    r t prship! a stepping stone to higher

    . J KEY WEST IN BEHIND THE LINES The 'Inside'' Of The News I opposition. individual home-11 11ny i office. lie h generally regarded

    Published Dally Except Sunday By the Florida Grower of :March ap- By OSCAR M. JOHNSON !owned store owners are putting on
    TUB CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. INC. the in but as a candidate for commissioner of
    1.. P. ARTMAV. ......au.t. peared an. article titled 'Key West: Has Its I DAYS GONE BY ............................................ ....I way.pressure. Bill under a grand considerati quiet I agriculture., :

    Corner From Qreen TtU Citizen and Ann Bulldinc Streetsa Kingfish," the reference being to Julius I Happening Here Just 10 Yean TALLAHASSEE April 11.-''' much and from which source the iI | would make all store home-owned

    Ago Today A* Taken From Added to the trials and tribula-.I revenue necessary is to be drawn located on land actually owned l.y After all, prospect is good that

    ,.ly Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe Stone, Florida Emergency Relief Ad I The Filer Of The Citizen !' tions of the legislators is the problem 'j.: .Various sorts of plans are prof-'; the corporation and no store would i' there will lie no broadcasting of
    ministrator. of an Old Age Pension. .And .!: fered. .Hayes Lewis of Jackson' be permitted to have branches or
    County. To be termed the
    is senate deliberations
    a kingfish a I 1 a* pro
    : it is coming regardless of whatever wants the horse and dog tracks to additional units. I'

    &Entered: at Key West Florida aa second dais matter derogatory appellation implying usurpation Attention is failed)) to a full-)) ': happens. .The sentiment of the pay it, would raise the state levy posed found by little Senator support(Hodges.for the. plan.He

    FIFTT. IITH TEAR page announcement in this issue assembly is distinctly for it..All of three percent sufficiently to I
    or abuse of power. If The Citizen with W. B. Buddie Bishop is the first among his colleagues was greatly -
    reference to the operation that remains lo make it an accomplished provide $1.000,000. .This would
    Member .( the AMtt4 Preu speaker of the house from Jefferson discouraged by disparagingnotes
    were to precipitately to the de- of busses by the Key West Elec-l fact is agreement on how toward the state's
    spring go matching
    .LJ Associated Press la exclusively entitled to HM upi since the days of Sam Pasco, in the press FO the innovation
    :,r republication of all news dispatcher credited tIt tric company. Bascom L. Grooms, i i to fifty percent of the Federal (
    fense of Mr. Stone it might be consideredas found the
    or not otherwise credited In this paper and als. of the ----TIGAL-S- I \\o speakership a step may be said to be definitely I
    he local news published Lero.NATIONAL manager company, states I government, finally fixing the ping stone to the United States I off the plate.
    inspired or a plausible pretext though _
    that _
    operatloh of an up-to-date : amount an old age pensioner! .
    .%!' !senate. .That was in the day
    EDITORIAL any approbation would be merited as it is system will begin on June 1. Four: uTln: OF I\TK\TIO\or should have. .Luxury taxes, other
    I'S"fa vhen the
    i 1'1.'on I II legislatures elected our It has been estimated there are
    ))1' JJ ASSOCIATION. conceded by everyone that Mr. Stone has large busses of the latest type !} l.or.\I. 1.1a"I.TIO'XITICJo \ I. gambling taxes etc.. are ,being senators. .Speculation is: whether 327.000,000 cubic miles: of waterin

    C/f /95 accomplished much and the community is for street and suburban, transpor- [ : IS' IIKKKin 4JIVKV.' t., tation will be in service. These I
    :,, lh- citizens or the city of Key -
    8CBSCniPTIOUATfcS; appreciative. What outsiders who I'i \,'. t'4unty of >N.nr Mami the ,
    are are the same type of bus which is' .lIr. Advocates of old age pensionsas > --- ---
    joe Year _. no.o' Slate ,.f 1'loridat of intention In
    r.lx Months 5.0' familiar with the local condition have to being used in the larger cities of I apply l.> the It-Klslature of the well as racing see in racing- 114: 111.l1.l1166..1111i
    .Three Months ,_. .. __._ I.fit 50,000 or more inhabitants. The Mate ..1 Florida at its IMS: fcesdion financed: pensions absolute insurance t
    )n. Month _......._.. .. .81 say concerning the rehabilitation of Key ',; for the passag'", of a si>e<.Ul '..r
    'Weekly .Z' service can be extended at anytime ) |
    West under the FERA is of paramount to meet the expectant growth! follows: and they are probably cor ,

    Made known ADVERTISING on application. RATES interest and readers of The Citizen will of the city and Mnaager Grooms !|| "T.of|iro\i.le employees for and the officials retirenient rect. j jI i Just Three

    this will be done occasion of the of .KejVest, anal.rovHlmp
    SI'KtIAL: NOTICB says as City l
    All trading nbtlcea. card* of thank, resolutions or approve of the following editorial from the demands. II I for the payment of a i :Most serious move in recent'I
    :expert, rbltnarr notices, ett. will b. chart4 for at Tam.pa Times : m""lhly! rompensjtion. aftersuch ,
    :t.e rate of :0 cents a line I retirement: years in favor of the calling of a
    \otl"1: for entertainment by churches from which "The Florida Grower i is all hot and bothered SaM contemplated. law will he introduced constitutional convention to enactor
    I revenue la to "e derived are 6 cent a Una. One of the largest touting parties r l ill'r h. legislature. an |>ro-
    The CllUca Is an ?pen forum and Invite discus. about the "FERA tourist operations at Key West. ever to come to Key West is t..lard l .I.ill under} the followingtitle create a new constitution is apparent Months Leftin
    11..1of public Usnea and Bnbjects of local or general : in the present legislativei i
    iterett but It will not publish anonymous eommunt In an article, 'Key West Has Its Kingfish= the due to arrive on the I' and 0. .\ LULL TO UK iXTITLKI: i session. Kanner of Martin has
    Sal I'ma boat from Havana tomorrow afternoon : AN ACT Providing for the |
    (;rower sets forth that relief funds were advanced retirement of emi 1110)'ee'* and 1 already proposed such a resolutionto
    There will le 180 .Ifinals! of the City of Key
    Jealousy is the secret confession of for an airplane connection with Miami, ber) of the Southvc-stf'i "Win-I ,,'..M, and |providing for the I be submitted to the people in '
    'I .1)iii tut of a nioiithl.MI- |I 1910 for ratification or rejection which to take advantageof
    :Diliinferioiity.. guarantees to hotels and expenses of paging; a Association in the party. They j' liensjtioii after such retirement .Bitter opposition. to the plan ,
    have been in Havana. Arrange-j! : rovldiiiK that all, such ,I I' our liberal offer on
    spectacle. emplojees or officialslio" i is! expected however and serious! S
    menti have been made by local lia,.- had Twenty ..r more earsactitr :
    } t doubt entertained that I
    is it
    We must raise more vegetables and "\Vhen Julius Stone undertook the rehabilitation business men to take them for a and continuous", "er'IcC maybe

    raze, more shacks. of Key W.est, lots of us wished him well bu\ ride\ around the city. Most of the o oeiaees war w:Ih retire a Fifty ami,...r!.rr.atlae cent month l.i.uliK)' .: submitted in favor may. .Increasing forebade something sentiment -- ,

    doubled that he would be able to do anything of interest. in Key Weet and !i iSt"o i.il.irj members: |prvvldrd or officials l also 'who{IliaI I lia\e'a | of the order in the not distant LIFTOP I ,

    \ I-land are to I.e vl-ited. j .. .. 5t.
    had Fifteen .r'lI..r. years active future.
    about the situation. Those familiar with the i island ,
    Defense _. I .
    feparations''ar'e'lesexpen.live and. continuous service mattelirv .
    city know that it founded Bahama and l wom inatlixe uilh i I I ;
    was by .
    than.reparations... .. : Preparations continue lo pro forward ,a monthly salary of Vortv per- ; First two Lilly to pet through:
    4- wreckers colonized by Greek spongers expandedby forthe entertainment of'Gt'nf'tl1l '.eu1.' Provided that all nu( I li ,1: the legislature provided ((1)) an RefrigeratorsOver -. J;
    employees or officials}'" who hgvr -
    : ranlce'd'as treason Cuban cigar manufacturers and esabli hed as Gerardo Mathado. presidentelect l'lul''ifte..... or more j.'hi''! ..t ,;, immediate state census to enablea c :: ;J
    jtfree' SRe"ech is in
    a active but not luntinunus! service -
    of Cuba who will visitin and} equitable reapportionment . _
    and naval base the United and !
    a military by States may retire br. .in.- inactive -
    goodly portion of the globe today. Key West! next Monday afternoon with a "'onrhllaf> of : } of the! house and senate. one hundred of -.e 1 1I
    government. The erection of lighthouses and establishment He will be accompaniedby : Twenty-five per cent: providing |I judicial and congressional: reap- I

    Citizens who choose the laws which of the coast guard ruined the wrecking I a large party of distinguished j I officials that who all uih have employees had Ten or J I Portionment.The( stage was all I our customers have already !- "
    active but nut oniiniious i|i ret before, the legislature < \
    men and women of Cuba and a Sears actually :
    they will obey have an ample l variety to business; the !spongers moved to Tarpon number of American officials and service Fifteen may' retire tent and shall moiillilj rereie ,j convened. .Sufficient pledgesI taken advantage .

    select from. Springs; the cigar makers to Ybor City and the I busmen\ men Mayor Frank Ladd salary providing per that tint I I i has been procured to assure ac- of this attractive offer. '.<:
    military and naval forces were reduced. has issued! a proclamation: calling salary shall renue be paid fund out ProMd-of thegcuetal 1;< tion. .Census will be taken by c .'. :.

    "That left of Key West a strip of sand; beach, on nil business and private citizens Ing that this act shall not apply ,i, May 15. .Therefore nothing in
    : An escaped lunatic was found play. to display the flags of the Unit".ll i | to employees! or officials | the way of congressional: ; judicial: $,1oo

    jug 'In a St. Louis jazz orchestra. There some empty cigar factories obsolete fortifications States and Cuba while the visitors who compensation.and are now receiving. )prllsitlor 'i or legislative re-apportio-nment J us

    m.aj be others.Moving delapidated houses closed hotels and several thou- .r are in the city: and do all possible Dar".1pril apply for 11 the. A.passage It. 1S3-! thereof.i I may be undertaken until the last I >],.Mv.

    sand people with nothing to do and nowhere to go. 'to make their stay pleasant and I april-it two'wet'ks of the session. ((2)) the .,,';

    fhow our appreciation of a visit extension of time for placing I I W 111HOLDS
    "If there was: ever a dismal prospect or a I i\ TIII: "IIUTIT ('UI ItT op "'111-:
    picture actors and actresses from the president-elect of our 'IUKMIK/III: JI'lll'l (incur state tax delinquent properties on :<

    having made their million might be tough assignment facing a man it was the rehabilitation sister republic General Machadois : Itl' -MIK: ST.UI' 1'I.unIU\ sale to July 1. |j All THIS FOODl
    i\ \'IJ io\no: : e'Ol''l'1.is a
    termed "fixed" stars. of Key West. i on his way to Washington to IUMIHI.In : -. I down and $1.00 111-s-r:2 1 lo2.: 2. S 1 Pit.lb. cs Imiccr ua-
    visit the of this : the Matter of the Appti-' Florida plunge itself head. .. ears .
    "Stone ) president great may I II until 2) k. cxtrcic :2 tan$fruit
    reasoned that the month (
    quite logically country. ulH.ii of Jessie Porter Kirke! I long into a evolutionary processin per ;..are. 1 b..cue C.U"p
    In It.ronie 0 Free UealerTint I tottle cbcriui :2 It*. .
    The average family can make the old wrecking sponging and cigar making indu-tiie! l'IS\L 1IJ.cfEI. \ the present campaign against I i i I 5 July lirst. I.Lite.,: *_r 5 lb 1 >iua. ol a4crmbat" 1 hrajeic
    vere gone. He realized too that it would be unreasonable matter ('''"IIIIK on to lie chain: stores. .As little as has been :2 Iba l tua.asus. I (xiatbft '
    Hustle chamber has
    if he them supplied"with The of h..1
    man keeps commerce: : lint day upon Hie UeM| >rt of !ch' *.
    aid about the ft hope trailr2
    J l.iiKelot Lester Special blasterin : campaign: : may .
    to ask Uncle Sam to fill the island with received a communication from Icv c.b9 (
    half of what they want. ,Chaiictr. to whom the p. tit ion surprise many that there is better : See us regarding this i.I>r jjV '.>s.riLtrial
    soldiers sailors and marines so that the population ) the general manager of the Florida i Ml..I, herein was heretofore referred luJ:: :2 tell veer coi-'
    Kat Coast Railway company relative With direction to tak.testimony : than an even chain: ? that chain: (j plan raines. 1 could live by supplying their wants. and ill-ike inquiry as to the capacity.ompelei stores are in for a terrific lashing ; qtlet.. : re.rtriit2oI ;: .
    If and .. ,
    men women thought as much to reduced rates for delegates .. > and ili.ilif<-alton of t ; .wu- .1..1 d
    about their souls as their if: Would "What did that leave? You cannot_ farm,.at along the east coast to the annual Jifpi.- rter Kirke, a marriedtt-:tat I I the hands of the present sesj .
    ; money sion. What is
    to be
    ,j conceived
    inai. to take charge" of and manage.t' ,
    save a Jot of legislation. Key West you cannot mine, you cannot cut tim- convention of the South Atlantic1Coatnl : In :' .. .'u ...srlI.n.1 Ilro1t rev, and to|I the mo-t drastic anti-chain store '
    Waterway association to. few ..in. a,free dialer and Moon| the The West Electric Co.
    ber. You can fish, but the price is low and that bo held. next Thursday} } and Friday : "'Miiii'in\\' taken before sahl. SpceialSlast.r ; jbiil i ever drafted or presented tot I Ii I Key )
    and Kiibmilted with s.lliJ' re- a legislature is
    industry alone will not support the population. in Jacksonville.] The number of 'j i meeting unexpect-1 I
    One pleasing feature of radio sermons |H rl. and the < oiirt I.eiiiK satisfied |!
    ed the'v.riter
    is that, there is no collection plate passed, What then? No solution presented itself; exceptthe delegates who intend going i is asked ,as.f'" .to the the said e'lI.a"II\I Jessie and Porter qualifications Kirke, a support.that only.One one senator of many told t "IIII.4TIIII'II"'II.I"JJ
    for and it is said that shoulda senII
    married woman, t.( take charge 4fand 1
    and) a be taken unashamed.Our stimulation of tourist trade. And most of and'proptrt 'I
    her .
    nap may certain: number specified. fay manage own stale " -- --- - -_. --
    us who had been to Key West laughed at the idea. they will go. the rate will he reduced .. )in'. and every to respect become and a freedijtlir the 1 r. -- "

    own idea of letting the countrygo \Vhy any tourist::; should want to go to Key West 50 percent from all points.In Court being fully a.h'I..1 In the! .I, ......... rllllllll.lI.l.A . .....
    other words fare will t Premises. thereupon eeeee..e....e..e.....ebeil....see..la.e.e .... .
    was something we could not one purchase t! It H hereby, ORDUURD AOJCHKI .
    wild i is to leave to guess.
    everything Congressand
    a round trip ticket: | ; =>. and DKCUKKM as fol-1
    let the logrollers have field "Hut Julius Stone made people want to go I loXXH.IZ: I i
    day. .
    a I. That the fit-port of the Spe.rial
    there. lIe did it Master in Chancery filed herein -II 1I
    by putting on a tourist Ijro ralJ1.
    Editorial Comment The
    : many on the rth day of .-\}Irll. A. H. We You
    Politics unfortunately! abound in First he made it easy for them to get there and! folks who/ are looking for advt'nI roiilirmeil 193J, be and in all the respecti name is hereby. ]I' Invite

    shams that must be treated reverentially that called for an air line connecting with Miami. ture should; go into the newspaper ;( ;. That Jessie porter KlrUe,,,.
    business in Key West and try ne'iilner herein, be and she I In
    by every politician who would succeed. And then he saw to it that there were accommodations hereby granted. a license to manage,
    to please everybody. |
    take ('h"ror., and control h..rown
    : : I II i for tourists and that meant opening i(1 estate and property, and to liecom To Drop In and See Our
    I a free dealer in every! respect
    It won't be long now before the aver and preparing suitable; hotels. And finally he arranged A full page announcement in : ill a.-conlaiu with the statutes of
    State of and to hold. I i
    the Florida
    events of the that interest this issue of The Citizen calls attention -
    age community will have its problems type wintervisitors. ,I use and dispose of her separate ;
    I ( to the organization of property In the same manner an itshe Line Of
    solved by the commencement day orators. : "Key West's Newest Paper. The i were a single. woman.I'.nr Complete :
    I I and ordered in Chambers, I
    "In to the
    answer!! Grower article Mr. Ston?, welfare of '
    Call for the
    Morning I at Key West. Florida this !9th day I 0
    Thi '" the time or'ih'e"year when the explains that the guarantee to the air line will Key West and her people." Announcement of April. ;A It. 1 I5jHFFKnso.x. I
    js .
    ; n. imo\vNi:
    avcrajirS. &we t young thin'g'.begrri; '.tottake I not have to be paid since travel has been more of further interest. j Judge of the Circuit Court of the I Wine and Liquor Sets
    will be made ,at a later date. Twentieth Judicial Circuit of the J.i -
    an interest\ Ill 'the eligible ',#noun' Tmerf than was expected that the hotel guarantees are rj J" Slate of Florida. In and for MonJ I .
    J roe C. unt). aprll-IX-S! ; ma>!-!! ;
    around JtrJif /' '. si II' acare' cf by the business that the w AF '
    $ '.' ; received "
    f *k \' 4*. *' \ On Easter Sunday morriing* Su .\OTu"F OF ""I'I.U'\TIO'\ FOIL I Sets Highball Sets j $'
    ?".t' spectacle was financed as an FEKA project with 10 o'clock in New York : Henry t'\ I-KHMIT TO HKI.I (."(,'ons.p ,i
    JS .... .* 0o.Ij ,
    A p UIM>:;\'11 HI.titWIIKRUAK ,
    The fats and the thins should dress to local: unemployed talent and only two outsiders Davis son of Mr. and Mrs Alvin I I : .
    Davis of Key West will be married I : ) JOan Tarbonellhas. I I Cordial Sets Buffet Sets Ji

    the shins. Those' favored by nature may employed. to M/s. Josephine Olmstt"8d.1 Commissionem filed with the..>lioard f Monroe: or f '
    dress as they like and show all they've !got "The town has been cleaned up with the cooperation The ceremony will be ( riori.la. an appJUation for .Oct..r"j| .
    to sell I liquors wines and I .
    when riding a bike. of local people. The morale of the Old Soul's Parish;; church Illrction: IMotrict No: 1 .. < I
    I and State I i
    t'ounty :
    has been raised threE'ay by J
    community in Any citizen of such election .
    There will be a baseball game dil-j
    trieS show if -
    We are awfully sorry Gen. Johnsonand stimulating the interest of the people in their community between Indians and. Regulars be, at mar the nest t'aullp.regular I meeting any of

    Father Coughlin are not going to argue improving the appearance of the city and morrow afternoon in the to-I' not said be Itoard.granted.why such permit should'I I : Artistic Glass Tableware Specialties

    ban'arks. The will begin OU ,U.) ROSS C \VTFR.. I
    any more. It had been so much fun turning in providing work and\ finally inccme for the in- game (I Clerk Hoard of County CotifmisI -
    I :3:30 I o'clock and an interesting I!
    them off.-Sanford Herald. So habitants."If i I sinners of Monroe ('ouney'I..r| -
    you exhibition is promised j i Ida aprir!IS-s J| Beverage Sets Tumblers
    enorm.orid the air line and the hotels had been
    are of Huey Long well well.If .. ... !
    ----- - -- - -- ---- --- -- - .
    operated at a loss! the expense would have been I w :
    tom- .' Goblets Steins Shells
    the new bridge rules could have included i Justified \by the results. The rehabilitation of a .
    IT I .
    an extra slam bonus for the housewife I community is an important undertaking. Key !

    who bakes good cakes it would be West more than any ether city in Florida, needed Your Opportunity ? i iI : Champagne Stems Cocktail Stirrers ;:

    easier to get some husbands to take up the i help. The local authorities were unable to carry' I t

    game:-Key West Citizen. But if the rules on. The community was at the end of its rope. I 1: :
    Now is the time to modernize your'home and- '
    included penalties for not being able to The city appealed to Governor Dave Sholtz and I i .
    to make such improvements; to your property as ;
    bake good cakes some of the v'. hoes would the governor appealed to Julius Stone. II ot may Electric Mixers* Beverage Shakers !
    be needful desirablebefore costs. advance'too_ }j.
    have to quit playing.-P. E. B. in Tampa' "hllJ the FEUA administrator for Florida!

    Tribune. made good. We didn't think he would but he I much E; .:.,'\' f t .-. Also Other !

    . .
    fooled us. And if he used tourist bait to fish for i See us ab6ut the Ul: S. Government plan on I II c'
    Voters generally will acquiesce in the j I tourists, it proves: only that he is more skilled an i I long term modernization loans. /r f Household Necessities and Specialties"Your :

    proposed MacWilliams bill which providesthat angler than we knew." t ' .- < ..

    constitutional amendments would be : Enjoy the benefits while you pay. I Ij ..

    printed only once on the ballots.\ Then Mohammedan women are demanding ] .

    would follow the words "for" and"against" to see their husbands before marriage. The :|I j The First National Bank ot Key West ; home is worthy of the best

    with space left for the voter'scheck. male attitude on the subject has not been

    The law now requires that each I. revealed. the iI i ir South Honda
    amendment be printed twice antI at the i Member of Federal Reaervc I e Contracting & Engineering Co. j |

    last\ election many voters, both in Key : Italian comedians are not allowed to Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. i 598
    Peoac White aid Etka Streets
    West and all over the state complained'I crack jokes about the army. It appears YOUR BANK .. ,

    that the ballot with seven amendments that they expected to take second :
    are even :.................,..................................,......,'." ..1..

    each' printed twice, was confusing lieutenants sel io ):$ly. . - - - .. ' f /mr1f.1'

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    SPORTS i i 1 COLUMN '
    aTNOPvs.lames Stlmton. in, from Fort Leavenworth Jane was )

    i tF.* Joint"catch"well of in New Jwdp.Concord/olcomb't Kai., able to get another officer for herself I DIAMONDBALL GAME LAST! TO BE PUT ON BETWEEN I. .............**..*.....
    latf of!re. did eke IniUrt of KetoConenrd -not one of the four who had visited
    lion plclccl out hit, futurttrlft ROOMS
    for dint-Jaws Xortkrua. her-and as he was a Southern. EVENING RESULTS JN5CORI i LOCAL PLAYERS AND I
    daughter of tilt rickett man infotrit. er and a natural flirt. Jane managed I !

    prefers. But Leslie Janet.Uerrit uaaccownfaMv, the "rid,.,.'* to put on a. good show at her end of :. 6.2 I MIAMI' UNIT THE MU.VRO"-Rooms nnex-

    d41111"t M,. Norftlrwp tells the table. I .- __ . I \ celled In price and location.
    Leslie -- --
    Jane faf / udobtr, lice But between laughter and sal. --
    told. James something that mate lies she her James gay and ; .... .. .1... .. .... I 128 NE 4th Street, Miami, Fla..
    MM think: Jose HO longer caret forhim. Kept eyes on I
    EAST COAST TEN (By JOVE) Tennis matches between apr416txPIANO
    I a
    Leslie. Up to this moment Jane had
    piNGS. "G iFU iS.{ The Bnsy }lea defeated the
    believed that Leslie had deliberately i AROUND THE I team of picked men in Miami and
    Chapter H Athletics; ', the Park TUNING
    a Bayview
    ensnared James for no other reason : FORFEITED! CAMEDIAMONDBALL] local players will be staged here
    .ESUE, VILLAINESS than to spite her-Jane. diamonioall field last night. The
    t and the
    I Saturday Sunday, recreation
    Leslie 'I TUNER. Laureano Mo-
    did not neglect the man on
    -T DON 1' know that I ever did.
    (By GRAVY) final 2.
    score ft to
    I her left it talked to OF I' II I was department of the Key We"t reno. Excellent piano for sale

    now Jane that answered I know his proudly taste In"And women him than she anything did to James. But more Jane i .I _._..__.....__..__.._._.__._..__._.._._._._._._._._._.._ ._ .._ ._ .._ ._ ._ ._ ... ........ ,I The Athletics scored their two I Administration: announced this cheap. 1018 Division street.

    I care less than before." caught the look that Leslie gave !I wonder whether some of the j of those balls a mile. lIe became a I runs in the first frame. : morning. The Miami team will mar20lmoFOR

    .."It's.A common Impossible little that thing James like shouldbe Leslie James from her.when So the he printer's was turned daughter away I ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT boys are going to take along a I: neophyte and soon pot so good The in Bakers their half put of over the three first tallies inning - arrive here Friday by auto. .I RENT

    In lore with her! I never did trust fancied herself in love with Governor PROTESTS GAME,t few golf sticks when they go to that he was city champion. It' to take and! hold the lead! t, One of the players coming from

    her. You'd think to meet her that but I Stimson's grandson! I i Bradenton to the Rotary convention ' seems that Willie was at one time !' throughout the remainder of the 1 Miami./ Gardner Mulloy, recently I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the 'O,

    ter wouldn't No doubt she actually aspired to THEY LOST TUESDAY NIGHT ? A of the lads will contest. In the third canto ] I Hour, Day or Week. Repair"
    melt In her month but marriage In a family that would no I. I couple j as long a driver as anybody in they j won the tournament staged by the I
    he's a sly double-dealing little be lost unless in added two more and cored their:Miami Athletic Club. All the all makes and paint them with
    more have thought of recognizingher TO RECREATION I they can get a town and occasionally l now he'|
    minx father and mother than they I few practice rounds. It is lots of. gets of i' last; marker in the fifth frame. i matches scheduled for Saturday I Nu-Enamel. We carry a "tull"supply
    one the old time shots.
    "Look h..w she acted when --- The leaders at hat were: Hale, and of parts. Agent for the
    you would hay thought of inviting their I fun to play a new course, that is i hf'1' Sunday are expected to be
    brought those army officers up here garbage man to their table. If the one you have never seen before. ]I With that long windmill swing with a double and a single in i closely contested and interesting.Two I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And .

    from Fort Leavenworth! She always girl had any sensitiveness! any decent (By JOVE) ; Maybe George Dodge will meet up;I has when he l-rings the clubheadl I II three times up and Jone with : doubles matches will beplayed sell them as low as $5.00
    has been Jealous of Mark In the Social League, the Florida | two singles i down and $1.00 week. We
    you. my . in four tries. per
    pride. with a couple of the Conchs and through, something has to happen. )! ,. Saturday morning starting,
    words. She's said something to" "Child you're not doing your dutyto East Coat faDed to show up I' give them a twirl. I\ Willie would he a much better I In the field, Castro and Lucilo nt 10 o'clock at Bayview Park,'*!, Buy and Sell all makes of usedBicycles.

    James to prejudice him against you. the stranger within your gates" at the Barracks yesterday and for. played a good game for the Baker -I!. and 1 five singles matches are Phone 276. J. R.
    The mention of the officers drawled the captain who sat player if he could chip and putt] Stowers 515 Duval
    army young ?, and Rneda and Gabriel company,
    Bad luck the for scheduled for the afternoon
    fieted their game to the Army The in shape of broken j starting ;1
    was unfortunate. A few months be- on her left. f ''a trifle better. however that takes !II the A's.Score. street apr9-tf
    clubs at 3:30 o'clock.
    East Coast ten automatically has been going the rounds i i j; Sunday morning -
    fore Jane had managed to wangle an A couple of weeks Arthur !I a lot of practice, of which Willie : by innings: R. H. E.A's one doubles and one singles
    Invitation to a hop at Fort Leaven- TY! Do you think it's a duty" dropped out of the race. ago i '
    worth and promptly and triumphant. "Dl laughed Jane. She looked no The Administration Departmentoutfit :Morgan thought he would 1 go out j I j gets very little. His most dependable __ 200 000 000-2 fi 5 match are scheduled, and that afternoon MONROE THEATERMary

    ly corralled four of the most attractive more at Leslie and James. She had has protested the game they and practice up a Lit in order to ]!J shots are of the wood! variety Bees .... 302 010 OOx-6 7 :3: Miami players will put on : Car1i:
    and ellglble-young bachelors at believed.|jn James, believed that hetRr' lost: Tuesday night to the Recreation ]play> against Charlie and Fred : and he Batteries: Tynes and Lewis, an exhibition match. -
    ; ik' .,J- : I unit. They claim that William:: again in the next dinner engage class. can Once: play he around in the 88-D2 Gabriel; C. Gates. Ward and :M.Acevedo. \ 1 The matches scheduled for Sati GRAND OLD GIRL
    was a class' ;
    Cates is not on the recreation ment. Before he had played two i unlay morning are: Oscar Evens --alFIRST :\ -'
    I payroll I j about 10 less !
    : than that'i !
    Summary: Errors: Carbonell 2. and George AnI1'aJe. and
    holes he had broken two clubs and Miami WORLDWAR
    longer, and this the Rec-
    any but ilike all "he !
    i us ain't what he Hale .
    Jones! Brady, Pellicier." Peter Varela and, Ignacio Car.bonell
    damaged another. The first of the
    i| reation will have to decide. uster be." One of the first tot I II Matinee: ; Balcony JQc; OrcJie*
    ,!" week Bill Malone\ \ knocks one off Lewis. Goehringtwo base; hits; : ; Jimmie Key and Cliff Hunt '
    afternoon 5:30 ira 15.20e Nigtil 15-25c'
    IThi at o'clock :
    S r I Ie Ir I the. Administration will play the ; the tee from number six and the|'play his part in any new venture'oncerning :, Ca tellano. Hale. Higgs; stolen of :Miami and Alt )' Johnson and ,, .. ., ., ,.
    : ; l' the golf game,Willie' bases: :M. Acevedo, Hale; sacrifice Bob Pinder. |r
    I shaft of his Driver cracked. W:IlieWatkins i
    Army team at the Army Car.'aeks.Toni .
    | i has! little time to enjoy hiihself hits!: Castro, M. Ac "\edo.j .
    The afternoon
    singles for
    g-ot'tanglt'd : :: Saturday
    ht the Lighthouse ten will up in a bunchof t Pirates Cove
    Fisting Camp
    I but gets ? lot of kick out. of Gabriel. Molina Rueda; struck will include: Varela ahd'\ !'I i ,
    gumba limba trees last week '
    play the Garage at the BayviewPark. .
    s I '
    I This contest! will start at and bent the shaft of his new watching the other fellow play. out: by Gates 2. by Ward 1. by Even; Carl oneil'and Gardner] Pirate Cove, Florida
    When he starts ,
    8:'15 o'clock due to the fact that i i driver. Then a couple of days ago to pull a blade Tynes 2; bases on balls: off Tynes Mulloy; Curry Harris and Key; 20 Miles From Key West on
    }Sam Goldsmith of grass! and nibble same > ou C, off Ward 0. off Gates 1 ; double Johnson and Boo Mulloy and Pin
    i knocked off : the Overseas
    of the off I one highway13WIMMING
    some Garage,: boys get know
    wa' Willie is getting ready to play: Lucilo (unassisted; ) ; time of der! and Hunt.
    late from work. number one tee and the shaft |I
    ,,4cf give you a hard tussle or is worried game: 1:30; umpires: Capote Sunday morning Carl Sawyer ; POOL ..
    a broke next to the handle.! ,
    On Saturday afternoon the Rec-1: way up .
    for fear he is going to get Lopez and Gonzalez. and Harris will combine to meet FINE CUISINE
    Still I the club makers '
    leation aggregation will play the suppose beat. And he he doe not belong : !
    says j i Gardner Mulloy and Bob Mulloy!! First Class Accommodation
    "boys from the Barracks have to get a living !some! where. ;
    in the talking class of Berlin j
    I t I j Standing of the league: 'in the doubles offering, while Write. or Telephone for
    This fracas will start promptly at
    I Sawyer Li Plummer and Sam Har-; Club- w. I* Pet. Sawyer and Andrade will meet ina Reservations
    Nr'w The this time
    I II
    personal glimpse
    ate 2SO o'clock. his. He admits that Old Bye Sands! Lopez ._.__................... 2 1 .r.r.7 singles match. The afternoonI
    1 I Next the scbE'd-1 will be our old ex-champion Doc ::lams $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day
    t) week following or Sam Goldsmith should be in Busy flees .......__....... 2 1 .667 will be given over to the exhih tionmatches
    William Powhatan Kemp. This I American Plans .; ..
    II ule will be played: i I their class. Athletics .................. 2 4 .333 ..
    Tuesday night. Garage vs. Administration guy has been playing the game so j ; i
    --_ .. .- -. _:. .. .
    calls ] -- -
    that -- -
    and -
    long he his everybody - - -- - - --- -- -- -

    !I Wednesday afternoon. Lighthouse ebe's shots before they!i I i

    ; vs. Recreation. : make them. One day he Had. Eddie
    ; ;' : j'I Thursday night Army vs. Gar- J Strui\k's long haired angora s /

    age. because he teM "Mumpsy" just

    Friday afternoon Army vs. Rec- ;j! what the next shot would be and 1

    y 4 ;J. eation. i what he would make on the hole. !::1. .
    Saturday afternoon. Lighthoust'lvs. j Whether those two birds had Crest 1I 4 yatt

    Administration. ranged the match I can't say .
    s o
    i, If needed, the Lighthouse will : but Doc was right every time. I 1"I',3 4C. A IOQ
    Maybe he has with Eddie @
    Jane: caught the look Leslie gave James. :, l lay one more game on Monday played 1 C i s
    enough to know t'hat: to expect i bQ
    Arnl 22. at night on the Bayview all* '
    he Post for week end of was made 91, finer stuff than the i Park field. Their opponents! will\ : next. Back a few years ago Willie! 'a1 F

    dinted end lavish: unprec&1;I other tillage clodhoppers. Already Le the Garage: Loys. By playing'this t' joined the navy so as to help! keepus r L Ia

    Her guests had repaid Jane by he had shown his feet or clay. game, each team will have par- out of the war but !he was unsuccessful ,
    Jau !lns around Leslie dancing with Good thing for her she had found j because still
    ticipated in nine games. J JI we are
    Leslie flirting! with Leslie slipping out In time that he was after all justa I like a
    I ; raying for said scrap. (Looks
    cfT to c-2ll on her every time Jane's country bumpkin. VYUh: his ugly
    | :Standing: of the league: t tI everjbody that won drew or lost I
    Liik was turned.nd now it was red hair, his gawky way of standing j jI > '
    I Club- W. L. Pet.'Arm in that fracas is making your .JfR JRiDA1tI y ; 3
    Leslie: ubj
    was continually pressed
    anal:! sittlns-ivhy he was all arms ttrnt '
    to coma down to the Post and very and legs lie had no air. no polish. }. ....__.......... ......... f. 0 1.000, Uncle Sam pay for their pleas- A91fl1llTtiFilftA;,, n Y Y

    ny seldom Jane. lie blushed If anyone: so much as :Garage .... .........._....... 4 1 .800 ure.) But to get" Lack to Willie.He 4

    Jane stubbed her mother to the looked at him abruptly. Administration .......... 4 2 .f Gfj ,' took up the game to tske his

    nc.:rt by bursting: into passionate: lie had about as much chance of Lighthouse ......_.. ..... :3 3 .500 mind off his business and he

    sob . Jane ,,;ho even as a chill being an ambassador . '! Recreation .. m.......... 2 4 .333: hacn't found either" since. When $ r".

    ..luost ..evercried."There AH the while Jane was (conscious Ii i i the course: was first opened Doc Yf c.pi 1

    there dearie," .Mrs. North she could not have told how. that Leading batters of the league. was one who looked on in disgust! r

    cup said soothingly. "It isn't northryinj James and Leslie were holding I including game of April 10, arc'; because he knew it was a "sissie"

    : n oJL I'il see that your father hands under the table. That was the as follows: > game; he said' he coull knock one

    gets: you that diamond and pearl finishing touch. Of all the rude, ill | Ila 'erAn R. H. SB Ave. I

    Licrelet I haven't a doubt that poor bred gauche exhibitions . I Plummer ...... 1 0 1 0 1.000 Nodine _.____." 15 1 5 4 .333 I
    James Is secretly eating! his heart Clements ...... 6 1 2 2 .333 I
    Jane was aware that a strong bong ; Camus ....... .. 1 0 1 0 1.000
    out and running: around with Leslie Griffin 9 5 :1 3 .333
    masculine hand was seeking hers. i I Wallace ..........10 1 7 2 .700 .m" ""
    only to spite} you. Why you hate only ......12 2 4 3 .333 I
    And presently found It and held It !1 Lewin ............12 :3 .7 1 .583 II. Castro I
    to lift your little finger; to get him and pressed It warmly. There Lewis .............. 9 1 3 r. .333 -Vtu Dodno Sedan((3-door) now only t690*-"S was ..
    back." A, Roberts .. 7 2 4 1 ,570

    Jane had already lifted more than comfort in that warmth and masculine Hale .........._..19 7 10 3 .525 i Adams .......... 3 0 1 0 .333

    A finger, but she could not tell her strength. I' Lopez .__..........18 592 .500 G. Demeritt .".15252 .333 ANNOUNCING DODGE DEALER'SSPRING
    '........ 5 0 .333 IllulPLYMDUTH.
    mother that "I don't want him back," She blushed and did not for a moment Martin ... ........ 2 0 1 0 .500 } Frohock : .15 1 ,
    T. Robert ....15 3 5 1 .333
    she sobbed. "I despise him. Butt I it/s or two withdraw her hand. I F. Caraballo .14 3 7 1 .500 iI j ,u

    all so ttumIllating. . 1 wouldnjtmarry After aDtketd! .',re *?.good fish . Thrift ............ 2 2 1 1 .500!' Archer ."."'.15 3 5 2' .333 '

    .him if he was the last man In better fish . I R. Albury __....13 2 6 1 ,460'Jt F. Stickpey r",J5 2 5 1.333: : : I r
    the but 1 bear to have Russell "' ... 3 0 1 1 .333 '
    cau'tj l Out ttttr Captain Henderson had
    I Cooper ._....16 /671 .430
    that nUseraW
    the and snatching!:awaythe fvrfunctory note of thanks without Weintraub ....10 242 .400 j jD.enjeritt .
    only only really eligible pros- BENAMIN'LOPEZ"'
    tbe further
    seeking out meetings
    ) ..15 4 6 1 j .
    I .
    Ptl't'1u this . this, miserable..t i HtUe |!ii( fcd. talked about so ardently | FUNERAL' HOME .,". "' 7I: :
    hole;' ? Ii"T. {Matthew .18 372 .380
    Jartd'tound It was not so easy to remain I I -sponsored everywhere by Dodge save three Save tires,
    you money, ,ways
    Mrs, -orthrup"s mouth trembled, I McKinley ......17 4 6 1 .350 E UblUH.J 49 Year ,
    contemptuously superior. If j I __. ... ." and Plymouth dealers-that shows save relining expense, save adjusting
    but !there came a dark vindictive Dion .... . .17 3 6 > ,350 Key West's oldest VITED y
    the twins would only leave her alone
    gleam in' her eye. Jane, for all her . j'Ward -..-- ........14 1 5 1 .350 I 24-Hour Ambulance Service LAY IN how you can get sensational gas expense.
    it she dared complain to her i I CORD '
    brute pretense, was in love with I father. . ].: Bailey ............17 362 .3:10: ) i Licensed Embalmer I I'oU ARE "O SE" savings. During "open house" business men'

    that wretched weakling James Stlm- B. Powell ....12 0 4 1 .333 P1.a... h" 'Qpltt; 91\.W II "o"tl Try the Dodge "Airglide Ride"are especially invited to investigate new
    eon :Mrs. Northrup never altogether Jane had been an only child until ;t i I OUt\ 1) o'ECODOMm+ fairly float along, skim smoothly Dodga trucks. extra economical, extra
    she was twelve years old when her i - -- - - -- -- o DOD cE ..
    forgave James for that moment a .x Ew over rough spots, taking curves long-lived . now priced with the
    amazed and somewhat Irritated { COlORfUL Of:
    when her darling broke down and i sEE Hg fl00eS safely on an even keel. .. lowest. Visit your nearest Dodge and"
    mother her with .
    cried I in her arms. presented twin |I I I ...SEEI CDAt.} with "SynchroPlymouth showroom ..
    CARS Drive new Dodge any day or even
    brothers. The twins. Norris and I : "Dr"
    date, literally almost from their I SEE THE STAR ,,""A\tGUO matic Control" . see how woning.. Expect to be thrilled, excited, enterr,
    And CONT1t +
    JANK was ot proud.her dignity.extremely She had babyhood tad made It clear that I "S1KCRROIAAUC Today! derfully easy it is to shift, stop, tained! We will be looking for you. W.
    E "
    few secrets from her mother, but she their twlnship erected a sort ot Impassable I OD' Come In start, steer. . so easy, that driving win be glad to see you whether or not

    felt she would rather die than let harrier between them and I is almost effortless. you are ready to buy. Everybody welcome

    anyone else guess that James meant the rest of the world; their family i I Learn about dramatic tests that to Dodge and Plymouth dealer

    any more to her than :Nappy his office included. i proved the extra safety of Dodge and spring "open. house." ,
    boy. And the barrier was highest between I Plymouth-steelbodies. "
    i I Jane and the twins. She could
    So she : a dinner and Included
    gate i is here . and Dodge and Askuswhysuchtestsarei
    James and Leslie and seated them not even understand them. made with genuine
    dealers are celebrating! only
    next to each other at the extreme fCo ;'T g14t. 1)31. Mattel U. Farnham) i ..
    Open House" is to be a gala occasion all-steel bodies Let us
    end of the table. Hy inviting one of I IS ONLY ONE OF THE I 1'
    "Only' a bird with a wounded everywhere. prove that only an all. nm.u
    the wives and her husband'I'Olay'S
    heart." ma the twins, tomorrow. steel stand -
    body can
    Dodge and Plymouth "spring ,
    I REASONS WHY MEN : styles"will be on display. There are many them-that Dodge and tit 53e ,

    ..... ....*>....*......... North Carolina agricultural au- 5ye lAt I unique things to see . many surprising Plymouth ,bodies really e
    I DRINKING IT. facts . the are extra safe.Dualcylinder.
    tho'ities are trying to induce ARE I very newest of the :new in Bight'before root crt*.
    Horoscope t \ the motor world! hydrauD04U and Plrmontb will

    . ....... ...c. so. ... :; farmers table to< to fill grow the cotton requirements of longer of lR ad Hi* back labcl-and know th..9.) Via., I See Plymouth-the safety "thrillcar"of w tic brakes: ,too-a revelation tae prove eCODOmy.their araatiof Y..i caD$o-

    This produces steadfast rand ern textile mill. 1 the low-priced field. Amazingly quick, actualJraMbowfarDodfeaod fo oa
    day a
    ; I See Dodge-the 10w-priced, big i car smooth stops-and these a mail of (..
    and sincere man or woman who with the.InDleoarc fa tank.
    friends and hold The Michigan l Schoolmasters'" that owners say costs less to run than perfected hydraulic ...
    will make:: : many I
    them Ly force of worth. It gives iluh is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary PSwkTIVERNl I competitive small cars. brakes stay in adjustment -

    a generous nature active fully in ApriL I Mate the famous FREE "economy test" -that means they

    alive to the worM about and in awt ---
    y, r nous! of its own merits !PALACEMadeleine 100 PROOF STRAIGHT RYE J
    and de-irous of recognition. If 'IUS' and up 510.* and up 365.* and up $4 o* as" kip'

    undertaken adventures : ) Carroll and Herbert I All pftc..t..A. 6cfoiy.D. oit. Mb>ef toetonf* wifhoat If tieo. Sp.ei.Jgaiomwt.z: ra. T.p yawns toU four AwUM.
    travel i: many A k forth offlcMj Chrjolortiotoro. CIelh'Ps.. '
    are probable. :Marshall ini Read the back label and bow Town
    i I WAS A SPY r
    Tavern's age. Drink it and know its

    Catuornia annually reap! a harvest I I -also-! goodness. Curtis Motor Company

    .f around f00.000,000! BLAZING GUNS '

    pounds of fish from the Pacific I Matinee: 10-lSe; Night 15-25c ., .-MtrylMMj Corp.. A DiY otI o/ NuioMl-DwolUn. Eunnn Off: New YeV 1''(.Y. 210 DUVAL STREET. ,..

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    ................................................ ......................es .........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeePERSONAL .........eeeeeeeeeeeeee >.........0..... eeeeeeeeFoday's GREAT WALKER

    Today In Historyteeeeeeeeeeeeeeooceeeeee MENTION Today'sAnniversaries .I Birthdays DULUTH. Herbert Grower
    In fondest of be-
    SOCIETY ............. .. .. memory our walks 18 miles Sunday to
    000 ** every
    :-: : : '...........eeeeeeeeeeeeiMrs. loved one, Robert J. Fine, who departed -
    I play the in church in this
    1713-HUtoric Peace of Utrecht Chief Justice Charles Evans I! from this life April 11,' organ a
    ..,........... .................................. -giving Europe peace for a while. Manuel Perez left yester- ...............6&.0..... lughes of the U. S. Supreme 1934: city.
    day afternoon for visit in Miami II' ,
    a '
    1794-Edward Everett famed T, 'ourt born at Glens Falls N. V.f|. In the i
    with relatives and friends. graveyard softly sleeping North Carolina apple
    President growerssay
    Chamber Musicians Stage 18C5- Lincoln's last 7 3 I .
    Massachusetts senator and years ago. ,
    public address. I Where the flowers gently wave. the codling moth is the greatest
    I Unitarian clergyman, ; I Lies the one we love so dearlyIn to their
    I L. Sovalewski i. representing the : menace crops.
    Fine Concert Last Wallace sor of Greek, Minister to profe.1 Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines U.I j the silent lonely grave. I{ -
    Night and Tiernan
    1888-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford company I Harvard president among 5I !. Administrator.Veterans' Affairs '
    of Detroit married. I manufacturers of electric appa- I You will never be forgotten J
    I country's great statesmen-orators j born at Salt Lake City, DC'
    -- ratus left yesterday for Miami Never from
    j our memory fade; i
    The first concert of the Key. herself to the audience with a pi- 1918-President Wilson com I born in Boston. Died there Jan. j j''ears aeo.! i Loving hearts will always linger '

    West Chamber Musicians last ano solo, Valse Lente. There is mandeers many of the country's I Charles Williams was an arrival 15, 1865. f f181ft ; Around the grave where you are''
    night in the Writing Salon of the expression in her play and. her merchant ships. by train yesterday from Mate- i I Dr. William W. Campbell fam'II ; laid.

    Key West Colonial Hotel was anovecwhelming technique is very good. I cumbe having in charge two men -: Henvy C. Rawlinson I e' astronomer president emeritus,'
    success. The room A violin solo by Miss Beulah 1919-Soviet Government at brought for mental tests. famed English oriental scholar. e J if the University of California, iborn i We loved him, yet, we loved him, c.
    But Jesus loved him
    was: filled to capacity, and not an- Brantley followed, accompanied I Munich overthrown. born. Died March 5, 1895. in Hancock Co., Ohio, 73 i more |
    other seat was available. py Miss Appel: My Heart at Thy ___ ** I Galin'- -- I I IJ'ears ago. i i And called him home to Heaven j 1(
    J. customs To dwell forever
    arrived more.
    ,After a brief aldress of welcome Sweet Voice. The interpretation .
    1928-Turkish National Assembly ++
    for the 1J1 Charles p..lrake.\J-St.- '
    the director of the cham- appealed much to the t yesterday purpose t MRS. ADA L. FINE AND FAM-
    by '
    very amended Constitution to omit of making investigations of placesI : ., ]legislator, 'U.. S. Dean G. Acheson of Washing1on
    ience. Le then !: I ILY.
    William II.
    ber"musicians. Mayor Cygne was aUd-1 all references to religion. I selling intoxicants. Senator/chief justice of the U. S.1 j t I). C., lawyer former Under. aprllltxFausto's
    | I
    Malone addressed the select aud- dered by the director of the I I
    t i Court of Claims born in Cincin-: =ecretary of the Treasury born at
    icnfe and in an outstandingly ber musicians on the piano a School Circle To j Mrs. Manuel Cremata who was nati. Died April 1, 1892. j liddlctown, Conn., 42 years ago. i i I
    beautiful speech expressed manner which would have pleased
    rpending a short time in Miami I I I If
    thoughts which went straight to the composer Saint-Saens., Offen-I Hold MeetingA d 1I 1
    the hearts of his listeners. ''1, bach's Barcarolle was the next se- i with relatives and friends return-I 1819-Henry G. Marquand, i I Rev Paul Dwight Moody, president :( f I GroceryNow fi I

    He expressed his great pleasureand lection offered by the group with of the Room Rep-i i ed yesterday accompanied by New 1 York City banker art colleci : 1: of Middlebury CoUt'ge't.., ss BeautlfulRoof
    Miss at the I' meeting Mrs. E. Corral who will spend a and born in'' -on of the famed evangelist: born Located in Building
    gratification at being able to Appel piano. resentatives of the Key West 1 i tor philanthropist 1 I
    while at the Cremata home.
    inaugurate the Key West Melody I I Miss Norma Yates played notably i Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association ; ( New York City. Died Feb. :2C, '\ i iI il n Baltimore, 56 years ago. With CANT BREAK-

    Hour which is designated to takean : well on the violin Meditation 1902. -- I ) CANTBURN-
    I Meat MarketCorner
    will be held
    I Mr. and Mrs.[ Ray Snyder.! I 1-: I Broadway
    in with Miss the
    important place the musical I from Thais Curry at Ms.
    afternoon at the home of : daughter and little son, came in NEW LOW COST-
    and cultural life of this community. -''piano, after which Chopin's Noc-j I Duval and Angela I
    I William P. Kemp, 623 William over the highway this week from 1835-Henry Villard, German 'I 1 i
    He congratulated the people turno was rendered with feeling i iI ; street. i Atlanta and after a short time ; immigrant war correspondent in I ARCHER'SGROCERY 11 Street fiI f fI IMPROVEDROOFING
    of. Key West on having such musicians 1 and expression!! by Miss Appel. Another Civil Western financier :
    !!with relatives and friends plansI War I --
    in town who willing to 1 violin solo presented by Miss I I fii FRESH FRUITS AND
    are Defer Club Meetings I I to leave for Jacksonville. i'ail way and steamship magnate :I I I
    give their best, unselfishly, saying Brantley was Simple Confession.I I I philanthropist father of Oswald I VEGETABLESFRESH I
    that musicians are a group set The charm of the rendition won Until Next Year :j Carl Rom. senior radio electri- Garrison Villard born in Gerfi, II "The Store That Serves l II i I CORN ON THE \roW Direct From faclorjfloYoi

    apart from; all other professions. ;the audience. I 1 cian with the lighthouse depart- : many Died at Dobbs Ferry N. j jY..NoyvU I You Bed"I I. COB FREIGHT PAID-

    \\y\ mayor stated .that 'titanic the fell flowing; melody oll I Arthur M. Brown president! of ment, left yesterday to make ad- 1900 j i it I I I: NICE STRING BEANS t 1. I .Protect your Home and I

    has a charm of its own, that it is Musica Proibita'played by the the Key West Powwow Club, an- jcrtments on the radio,apparatusat .. :'_ ':'h. ..T. ;, ITS REALLY CHEAPER j!i CARROTS ANI! BEETSj. ,:::I:.. Buildings from Water Dam. .
    international, and that if even commodore, was the next number I .TO. TRADE AT ARCHER'SOar YELL&W *, by using Genuine "Ever- .
    nounces that there will be no Fowey Rocklt".lighthouse t 18;7-Joh'n Davidson,.brilliant: I o; ,' ..AND I WHITE *
    tames .and beasts.,lie said the program..,Excellent foot- .. ;I wear" Roofing'This Beautiful -
    savages jon more meetings of the organization English author, born. Committed experience has provento r.URNIP' .!t f"i : .
    that he would,rather be a Chopin ; work x>n, :the,!ipedals produced an until next year ,due to the I' :Mrs. Elizabeth Barwick was an t suicide in 1909. >: ;us that for QUALITY FRESrTRHPBAJlB .) !}I r. 'Entirely Roofing'Different i Something and Better I

    than a Napoleon a. jBeethoven,, unusualjtichaeabiof: .tone. Then the I fact that many of the member' arrivallfrom Miami yesterday;t ., 16C1IVilliam" I II SERVICE, and FAIR: PRICES, SPINACW..A.ND'SQUASli.It". in Roolin,. .
    thaa.lB) marck. For itiia! music Misses: Yates and I Curry plated I have departed for their northern I called 'to Key West because of the I I i I there is no sjbstitute. That's FRESH' TOMATOES..: ;: 1 I For this Roofing is Wind
    that,is constructional that survives Canzonetta, by .id'Ambrosio. Miss I homes. tUAJI rerious illness of her grandmother, .p .Partridge. f LETTUCE AND\CET.ERY. .l ,'' and Rain Proof. . It cant .
    wars.. ; '\ | Yates displayed, a brilliant tech- Some of the most prominent Mrs.\ Sarah Demeritt. *. noted( American'sculptor and au-'! I whv our customers are constantly NICE CUCUMBERS I.,l.I Burn. . Can't Break or Curl I
    thor, born. Died May 22, 1930. i sending us new c\n\ >- II up on the roof. . Easy to
    lie congratulated the city on ,: nique, and Miss: Curry was an able! visitors to Key West during the J ii I tomers. : SPANISH BERMUDA I Nail on. . Low Cost. .

    having such a man as Commodorevon I accompanist. winter season were members of Daniel Morton one-time manager j jj II ONIONS I I Write TODAY for Freight I
    ,Mietk-Liuba, II. D. W.. who By request the commodore presented this social and educational as,' of a cigar factory in Key BY Ii WE WELCOME RESPON I. t EGG PLANT Paid Prices. Get a real and

    has undertaken the task of bringIng -I his own arrangement Mem- sociation; and their meetings were.. Nest motored in over the highway !' SIBLE ACCOUNTS Ii I GREEN ONIONS I lasting roof for the same .
    to Key West at regular intervals ories of Alt-Heidelberg, taking the the source of much pleasure and! this week for a visit with j TOLEDO. Ohio.-Four policemen I FRESH LIMA BEANS price for or less, than you wouldpay .
    the West Melody audience for a few minutes to the .searching for liquor in the ; ORDER ALL FOOD Ii : ordinary roofing.
    Key productive of many delightful as':relatives and friends. I NEEDS CAULIFLOWERWINESAP fio I Guaranteed. .
    home of William Jacobs in this
    Hour I old German University town. It sociations. I I j T THROUGH US I ,
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    evident city were forced to flee when attacked [ I
    that this number I II
    Tremendous applause greetedthe was received Practically all of this year's i'i Mrs. Maria C. de Castro and i I II I t APPLES
    mayor's speech, after which a sympathetic response members have said they will!! return -.' Miss Chela Castro, who were inn I by a pet bear. i iI II Fish Turtle Oysters DELICIOUS APPLES
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    the provisional theme song open- awakening in the audience mem- next for the winter i West short left !\ Fruits VegetablesMeats I ,
    I year I Key for a visit Subscribe to The Citizen. ;, i ORANGES rOUTKERN STATES ROOFING CO.
    ories of ( I I
    ed the presentation.The their own student days. I
    West and their
    Key resume mem'I( yesterday for Havana. I SAPODILLAS !
    first number was Sextette i The final number on the program bership. I tives, left yesterday for his home'' I I I GRAPEFRUIT 5 iul.A_ ---.c-: ..
    from Lucia di Lammermoor Tendered -j I was Schubert's Serenade I Miss Gwendolyn Cervantes left at Belleglade Fla. Mrs. Starling'I Is I I Dairy CUBAN AND COAST w.w _ .5.1s. ..4 _
    by the chamber musicians. j presented by the chamber musi-!. BUILT FROM STRAY BRICKS cn the Steamship Cuba yesterday I|i was before marriage Miss Dessie'!: I! All Competition met with I II I BANANAS Fn.When .. P.11 F.rwy Priw..

    Miss Norma Yates played first I cians. I for Havana where she will spend I Skelton. j I Low Prices and High; Quality. I II I I R.I
    violin Miss Beulah Brantley sec j The entire program it was CHARLOTTE. N. C.-Joe Van some time with relatives --- I We invite you to vt! us in
    ond. Miss Alee Curry was at the ,shown, was a well-rounded presen- die, employe of this city, built a- I Miss Grace Rivard. who was !! i I Phone 67 Free Delivery II I our new location. I I. -

    piano. Although due to sickness ofa tation.. and it was clearly shown three-room cottage from stray II I Quintin Stalling, who was"' spending a few days in Key West j i j !I 814 Fleming Street fi fiI I Phone 48 Free Delivery f --
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    member of the group only one I that here is a musical group cap- bricks he collected in streets alleys , i spending a few days with Mrs..! with friends: left yesterday for I I I I - --
    joint rehearsal had taken place |I able of development. The rich applause and vacant lots. I Starling, who i is visiting with rely" Miami. I .ma'clU..a
    the various instruments played proved that the melody ,
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    beautifully together which attests!: hour annealed. The provisional

    to their ability. I theme .t song closed an evening I

    Miss Rose Appel a graduate of which was most enjoyable) to an
    the music school of the Conventof attentive and appreciative aud-

    Mary Immaculate presented: ience.

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    Division Street P.-T. Assn. )'. III .

    I Holds Ineterstirg Meeting ; fJ ; ( j:4-:

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    An interesting; meeting of the; select as a prize something that is ? t
    DivWcn Street I'.-T. A. was held needed by the winning room. !9kSAQnx1 +wwws
    I 1 The committee for the month '
    Tuesday afternoon and was! open-,. of April announced that they ww'

    ed with the P.-T. A. song and the I I:'| would have an Easter Hunt at the I' 1.k 1.

    Loid's Prayer. The minutes of Bayview Park on the Thursday

    the previous meeting were read before Easter. Delicious refresh1 ;"if
    1! ments will be served. There will,
    and approved. _ I Ia
    i be two hunts held, one for the!t
    _A .report was made by the larger and one for the smaller)i t.

    Committee that was in charge of!' pupils. t __ ,-
    the program that was given by the! It was decided to send thl'1! __ ,If' x r':y

    teachers for the benefit of the'president, Mrs. Wjn. Doughtrv.; to' __
    I'-T. A. It was a great success the National Convention whichwill _
    and the P.-T. A. gave the teachersa be held in Miami this month..! __

    rUingote of thanks for the: It was decided to give a dona1tnjn __

    gnat amount of effort that had. to help send a representa- _

    iJteen forth.! T.. Council. ,
    put < >tiv from. the P A. .
    'TPr, ..f{, Duncan reported that the 1 A ('ount.ot,parents showed that I: JU
    t pkits-'ha.H: been judged and the : Mi>s..May>Sands and Miss Miriam '" I MU'I!

    winners' will be announcer' ..in a. Carey had the largest" percentage 1 ., a 1.. ,. .. III"

    low days. The committee will t of parents present I .J.. .u6U... & .


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    I Philatelic Society ToH \I > '- h. .. .1. .. .. f I
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    Meeting Here Friday Night'The \

    -- I two is I don't make crowd
    Key West Philatelic Society -] stamps which bear the cancellation company a ,

    will hold its principal business -' 1831. If these stamps are I

    meeting for the month of ;genuine it would mean that nine I

    April on Friday, at 7:30 p. in., at:, years before Great Britain issued I
    708 Eaton; street. the famous "Penny Black" stamp,
    President von Mietk-Liuba will I| Greece had perfected the inven-

    give a brief informative talk and I. tion of adhesive postage stamps.I J
    a recent discovery which if The main address of the evening muotin
    :genuine, will be a far-reaching : will be on the topic "Stamp ,' .
    consequences in stampdom. of (pirus. Fakes and otherwise." (; :. ih I II

    Hitherto it was believed that R. L. Kberhard. distinguished

    the first adhesive postage stamp member of the Miami Stamp

    of the world was issued by Grea Club will be the guest speaker..

    Britain in 1840. !i Stamp collectors arc invited to I .

    It is now claimed that thereare attend the meeting::: which will j .

    in existence Greek adhesive commence promptly at 7:30. i :

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    Joe Van.lle of Charlotte N.i '
    Change Time Of
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    C.. built a three-room house with I
    Wheel Club Outing .. odd bricks he picked up here and I C S Never, : a hitter undeveloped top leaves. . the leaves that give you Ii
    I!I there.
    Members of the Coral Wheel ;;1 : leaf in me. Never grimy- tough the mildest, hest-tasting smoke. !.'.

    Hub advised that the of I I ewe, '
    are date '
    the regular: ride of the organization ,., KEY WESTCOLONIAL ... 1 .. ; bottom leaf. I use only the fragrant I do not irritate your throat. No f

    has been changed from tomorrow HOTEL I mellow, expensive center wonder I'm your best friend. I ..
    night until the night of -a :

    April 15.This I I In the Center of the Business :

    members will will be assemble Monday and at the the! and Theater District ,:\': ., LUCKIES USE ONLY THE CENTER LEAVES . CENTER LEAVES GIVE. YOU!. T '. tSMOKE

    home of Mrs Fred Kirtland and : .. ,....:::<<>:....: .
    will start; from there on the ride! First Cla.Fireprfi i-i. ::::-_.,..... .:. ; :: 11tt
    Rates <. ;::: ... 1 7fu :
    around the boulevard. i .. .B) rJl:: : "" & Ir. ,. ;
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    i COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI .. : -a !" :t
    The Tibetan terrier a dog ..l > -
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    resembling the Sk>'e terrier, was Carafe Elevator ,
    originally smuggled from Lhasa I ft. -' >:,.*>:...;,sp> .. ?:.j .&.n#$%e&sstsSss -',:':":<;k....:><:..,,'-6,. ...,/.:.< ..' ';"-: ';', ",. "" .,
    a Popular Prices '',:, .-4-l ., 3'.
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    in Tibet. CorrrttM 135.A tmtrictn Tobscco C I
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