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 13, 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 ( Place of Publication )


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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France Tries Spy SuspectsI COMPLAINS VIOLATIONS OF IN I KINGFISH CHASING MULLET i TAKES' LEAP I Last Byrd Expedition May Cause DisputeBy

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In Police 'Court Atmosphere I BIRD SITUATIONjAGENT Fine< ti; Was Immediately kii In Custody"1 Four Nations Over Antarctic ,Claims;

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But Half Hour Required,ROTARY CLUBDELEGATES ON KEYS REPORTS AC.' ..._._. ._.._........................._._._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ....-1 I: LOCAL FINE ARTSCOMMISSION 1 I l'ffffffllll.l.JJI'' Discoveries In Vicinity

TIVITIES CONTRARY TO I "The fish was chasing mullet I nesses who will attest ta its I

In Disposal Of Half GO It I. i I Of Ross Sea And Else-
LAW GOVERNING BIRD! in the slip. leaped accuracy. Nothing improbable MAPS 'I I AMERICAN SHOALS !

and landed the dock. It
Dozen Or More Ordi- SANCTUARIES[ i on about it. where Have Been Great
between Eddie
i divided
TO BRADENTON was Some years ago when the OUTITSPROGRAMALL I, B. A. Baker one of the I

Cases I Russell carpenter with the I I attendants at American ly ExpandedBy
trains were leaving Key West I i!I
Shoals situated
\ According to the .provisions of : P. and O. S. S. Company and Lighthouse, ,

.- ROUP ACCOMPANIED BY the law governing bird sanctuaries a cook from; one of limo camp in the morning a passengerwas DEMOLITION, EXTERIOR bout eighteen miles from
I I Key West, telephoned The
A...rl.trd Trros) I in the awaiting the departure 1 LEHRBAS
(Hy SEVERAL ROTARY ANNS of ,the National Association of cars yard. I I II REPAIR AND NEW BUILD-i I Citizen this morning stating LLOYD
PARIS, April l 13.-Suggestion of the train and I ittr A..f' I'r"..
Audobon Societies, killing birdsor What kind of fish was it? I. was r: that a hail storm was being
in parliament that France, like I disturbing nests on any of the! Oliver Haskins, engineer with I on the concrete steps of the experienced in that vicinity.Mr. .

Germany, chop off the head ofj I TOMORROWKey sanctuaries, is punishable by the P. and O. S. S. Company, p! slip. He was watching the I SUPERVISIONThe I Baker said pieces of Byrd' return from his
I I fine of $500. was asked by The Citizen. antics of a school of. jacks hail over an. inch long fell: on South! Polar explorations again
spies in peace time has served to the lighthouse which was accompanied
I This does not to "It was a good sized king- i worrying a great school of I
however seem
West Rotary Club will be i j'j'I Key West Fine Arts Commission by a heavy wind may raise conflicting claims to
emphasize the police court "
pro- mean anything to a host of people fish, .answered Mr. Haskins. I sardines and feeding. and downpour rain lasting
represented at the district con 'I Ii organized tometime; ago,' possession of newly discoycr.dt'
cedare'of the ''Swits trial' -I who continue'to defy the law, -despite .. "Not only 'was the kingfishcaught'and'divided I Suddenly the sitter leaped I about half an ,hour, "the
ference to be held in Bradenton, I yesterday started a more active .
velocity of wild being esti- I 1 in' .Aataretiea'the coldest
the 'fact that the but Russell i to his feet and stood staringat
Robert" the posters on t'
Gordon < Switz
beginningtomorrow? by a large participation in the affairs of Key I'a'mated'to be' bet... e.'TthirtJ.I .
I showing that 'the'' even got the mullet whichwas a jack which had leaped .1 mosttdesalalo and most terrib'/
keys ; < keys sare ,
young American' aviator--and;
Anns. i sanctuaries, do not deter many being chased by the kingfish from the water and landed on tration, with the end in view of:I "'A hail'storm is shown to be 1 r'windswept '>land mass in the

college graduate : people from disobeying the Jaw'at was on Tare section, "
left the for
Some of the group today carrying out purposes I world.
weekly cetera smaliv drablc.urt.t i over the highway These were Mr.I any,and all 'times, sa's'King dock when the large fish i the excited man to catch the which it was originally organized.:I aid the>oBetki! morning is 1 P'Bytd''I..d rdiaconrie. his
said to have'' Bern the first t on
made the
room to hear petty malefactors} and Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera accompanied Gomez; agent for the'societies'on leap, concluded I jeck. This was done and the Its functions are similar to1'thoseof ; ever,witnessed ''American '
Engineer Haskins. I had that jack for : first expedition in the vicinity of
fined $1.65 (25 francs) before j by Mr. Cabrera's sis the keys. passenger fine arts commissions in other: Shoals and immediate vicinity.

their trial resumed. { ter, Mrs. Ralph Milner. who will The agent called at the officeof Just a fish story, but true. I his breakfast on the diningcar cities. I I .i i Ross Sea and the Ross Ice Shelf
own is
stop in Miami for a few days. i The Citizen yesterday to voicea I t' There are a Dumber of wit- while riding north. I i i All demolition, exterior rertir i A.: have been expanded greatly d\ir-

It takes a half-hour usually for: for alteration, and new building
Taylor,1! complaint against the
persons ---
Mr.[ and Mrs. Charles - ---- --
I ing the! second expedition..
the Switzes and their eighteen I t I projects are to be reviewed by the '
suspected accomplices to arrive I James Moore[ Melvin Rusell'i i who continue to defy the law and j i'MAIL OUT CHECKS YACHTING PARTY j i commission .with the end in view TWO INJI'RED IN i i i The Virginia admiral has claimed .
even so far as to tear down I II.
go :
; Everett Russell Mr. and Mrs. E'i of preserving:: the charm of Key II I'
definitely a large area knownas
for the day's session since some i'
A. Strunk, left this afternoon to I or mutilate the Audobon Society'posters West, or that of it represented in ACCIDEt ABOARD

are brought from prison by taxi take the Monroe[ county ferry i r. and laugh at the agent. 1 I. IN RACING FUNDS : GOES JO MIAMI the city's architecture Much of Marie Byrd Land for the Uni-
and others ri ted States. The United ,States
by police patrol. i !the indefinable charm here which >
Violations of the law have become
o'clock.B. I I
leaving at 2 : SHIP NIGHT
Handled In Half Hour I : appeals to so many ,visitors is due government although retaining at
D. Trevor, who left by tail I so flagrant Agent Gomez i I ''to I
In I that half-hour, the presiding AMOUNT SENT OUT TO VARIOUS GROUP HEADED BY FRED- the indigenous architecture ,: a future date, never has made a
that he been
and said has forced to +
1 afternoon and Mr. a
yesterday!; I I L'onald Corley chairman of the
i I : formal claim of the i ice-bound
judge, Etienne Revol, and bls'two .
Mrs.[ W. I.. Bates who are in Miami -!, report conditions to Robert P. J I i COUNTIES REACHES I ERICK WAGNER OWNER OF ccmmission. declared during yes-I CAPTAINS i '0 SAUNDERS territories; '

associates dispose of a half' where Ilr. Bates attended fed Allen 1775 Broadway N. Y., in i,i PAULA LOUISE I teiday's meeting. Believed To Have Claim
dozen ordinary police cases. For NEARLY $18,000 The commission will be glad to I! W VORING baaofliciili
eral court as a juror are expectedto charge of sanctuaries. Mr. Allen l! I The United States

Judge(! Revol, a white-haired, bespectacled j meet the others and continue : replied that it was advisable to li: ,1,14n make suggestions or sketches to TO CLEAR UP ANCHORS believe, a valid claim o* a number

veteran of the bench 1 avoid all trouble but follow ini i aid persons contemplating repairsor of snow-swept areas, land and
handles .i i with them to Bradenton. i 1I structions. ) iKMtrialrU. l>rr. his with
affairs dispatch. I When encountering future violations -!I : :, Fla.. Apl'illChecks 13.: i the Yacht Paula Louise, his son' which is available from well-train. :: and indulge in a diplomatic controversy -

"That's enough!" he says, cut STEAMER MALLORY I 1 Agent Gomez says he will :: for '$17i 32.GO, representing and daughter-in-law, MV. and[ ed persons in their respective r I I I with Great Britain, which

ting short the explanations of, federal equal shares of the revenue i fields, will be given without cost.! Robert 1 1J I I wholesale claim
report the violators to the I I Mrs. Frederick Wagner, Jr., and I Captain Busby, owner has made on
from legalized dog and horse I r The commission! it Paid, will
culprits. "Twenty-five francs fine game warden at Daytona or to J and master of the Yacht Edna Jl..I!I nearly everything in Antarctica.TerritoVtetrwHIch .
and at the de k." ., ARRIVES. IN PORTVESSEL I: the fheriffa.joffkjB in. Key WC'tI >t. jracing> during I, at'fln.i l.M rs.,Incjg Fasse. secretary to designing,. any i' ,.:....-Saunders. .; might be ''
pay t w'eie mailed of Florida's, this for Kind and Captain Broward: ,
I I out to DO 1 i Wagner left morning a of a proposed building i i I claimed under the America flag
"Correctional court like that 167, counties today. whether} it be chicken fine owner of the Launch St'aVoIr,
i I i stay at Miami[ Beach. i coop, ; j[include what are designated on'
before which the Svdtzcs arc ODDFELLOWSINITIATE i i iI I An made residence or commercial building. were both injured while attempt,
CARRYING SIXTEEN announcement was I Ii I The Junior Wagners have been : I the maps of Antarctica as Marie

being tried can impose only small; I i from the office of Comptroller J.I i I spending several weeks with Mr.Wagner The commission decided upon ing to clear a large rea anchor I I Byrd Land Wilkes Land and a

fines or prison sentences, such as!! PASSENGERS EMBARKINGAT I THREE M. Lee. that the total distribution semi-weekly! meetings yesterday, which had Lecome fouled in a II hazily-out-lined area between the
i: senior, aim much of that that plans submitted to it smaller anchor of the
I amounted to $1,202.181. Last to any : : ,yacht. Kout'irrnniobt: tip of South A me.Vica .
maximum fur
five-year es It
GALVESTON year each county received $12- :. time the party was at !tar
pionage.: i TO MEMBERSHIP 825 or 5127.60 less than this which Mr.: Wagner considers the eliminating any undue delay. Man O' War harbor last night and "Little America" Byrd'a base

Along with the death penaltybill ] I I )'ear. finest fishing grounds in the Members of the commission, betides when the vessel started to !leave and the Boiling: advance base
Steamer Henry R. Mallory, of world. Chairman Corley. are City the anchorage it discovered
of )Deputy) Charles Reibel I 1 -- --- was where the admiral spent a Ion My
the Clyde-Mallory[ Lines, arrived Many large fish were caught,.' Building Inspector Harry Baker, that the anchor
1I was fouled.
I II ,
therefore a movement has been GERALD LLOYD, RUSSELL ; winter making
: I
6:30: o'clock last night and sailed i I DUST COATS SHIP but the largest was a shark which B. Curry Moreno engineer; Ralph' :1 All efforts to clear the incum- vations, are on the Ross Ice Shelf

started fcr a specs tribunal to at !0:10) with shipments of seafood l i HOFF AND HERBERT CRUZ i weighed 700 pounds.:: Others t K. Gunn, landscape architect; brance were futile BO it was decided claimed by Great Britain. Byrd

try spies, bo that capital punishment -i I I products live turtles, sponges;I caught were barracudas, amberjack Adrian Dornbu. artist, and J. to berth the vessel! at Ihe I
., I ARRIVING IN PORT! never has officially claimed them
be inflicted without BECOME AFFILIATED WITH
may and cigars. i i dolphin! and grouper.; : Gerry Curtis director of operations I*. and O. pier where the work although he flew the 'Amer t'.an

exposing the nations military THe vessel carried 16(j passengers i:I ORDER AT RECENT SESSION -- I II I I -- -- - ---- t in the Key West Administra-- .would possibly prove easier., flag over his snowbound encampments

secrets to a jury. I' who embarked at Galveston. I CUBAN AIRMEN iI i!l lion. i i While at the dock Captain Saun- .

Lawyers In Black Seats There were no passengers from f I I I! CUBA PICKS UP THIN LAYER''' I| den; was on the deck of his launch 1, Wilkes' Discoveries

For the present, however, spies I Key West this, the first working to relieve the smaller
in France in the on passenger Three members were given FROM : JULIUS STONE Byrd however, has made n
tried new BELIEVED TO BE
are same :
j t trip of ships of the line 1 I ARRIVE TODAY anchor, which, it was found. had definite claim to the wavering-,
who their initiatory degree in Equity i i I
manner as a man passes a I I I I I
from Key West in six years. DUST STORMS 1!,! picked up a 2.000-pou"nd; ship'sanchor lined he bas explored by
i territory
Lodge, No. 70, Independent Order I
lubber (check except that secrecy i I I Agent C. E. Smith told The, :l _______ 'i ___ II i TO RETURN TODAYFLORIDA..EMERGENCYRELIEF and Captain Busby was plane, .pled anlon loot, and ;
is imposed on all concerned, and' of Odd Fellows. at the regu'armeeting : I
Citizen today that there arc several -, holding to a rope attached to! a
That it is not to be named Marie Byrd lam!
the locked! held Thursday evening in: necessary RECEIVE NEW
public and press are I COME HERE TO ,
tentative bookings for the the Knights of Pythias Hall on i in the center of a dust storm to i. ----- ![ davit on the yacht. I Wilkes Land Claimed by G.rat

out. j next trip of the ship which isschedule be coated with dust the state TO BE DELIVER The stnin of: the large anchor I Britain' n1' 'I i
PLANE portion
Fleming street.G.aldIfo3ld'Russell. was i i J ; 'as a. *
Clearing the courtroom v( the: ) for 'April 26.Steant . : I I : brokti the davit'clear.'away from .1
: llotf'tndlleflytttCrAzeceived ; ment of passengers> riving on >A'ii.t'raian"! Ahtarctic ferritdjf.Was'diftr'ore'rrd .
curious comes at the tart of they the Stand I ; i ED IN HAVANA ADMINISTRATOR I HAS'BEEr"AW'AY / ; the yachtrlehk.. Captain'Buby
the first degree Ithe Steamship( Cuba from Tampa i + by ths' ?"'Winp'
hearing ,' tatore I r. '
spy itself so 'jM aril ,Fruit and' Steamship| Corn-:; j this morning. i ii i: I I ,1rs' v.'al: 'prdcipitato'd to 'the deck of American naval officer f&u4ainI.CharlrflflVilkes \
Noble GrandRohiU ,.
in full by VACATION I
do see the defendantfMfcr, { ; th4courtroom. ; ', ON. :; tire! SviL Welt; and ''received'a "
.. .. I many arrived from-'Frontera.i Magee l J :' aSiste J'1.t >; PstGrand !I i Several of them told The Citizen ;, ,, ,I I,; '!, ( in 1R40. 1hipifib )
,1 0' } and a' <:hbv'
( 'Til' .I' J .Mexico, (6 j o'clock last''night: teak'pn I that before leaving Tampa 'last : Arriving: in a Cuban leaplatie, '1\" :'jpeained- wrist deep ga Uniled'States. n'ii'r rtcognlti!
and '' :
Unlike American Stanton R. Cooper : .,. '.. tie's )II"\ ": "1 !"!:r* i r fI
ourlJ'oollu'l Cud oil and ,supplies, and evening I the air had the apj ear- the N. M.-C this morning: from rr tht! : Ithe "'egment''clahn' rror f1
there i is a raided? beat Cwtbc.. James Cooper, acting as conductor. -l U. Santa!i Julius t.. Stone: Jr., Florida When the' davit fell it struck !, .l\
sailed 10:30 o'clock for Norfolk Havana were Oscar I
: and
.voce of a heavy smoke cloud I would not claim "a'dice of tcvi ,
prosecutor:> but, ,.".cither chairs nortables Va., ' I been : Maria Fernando Itarhwt and I I i Emergency: Hehef I Administrator, the left foot'of Captain Sat ndhs.
i it thought it have ; in territory\ it
i pietaking
wa may
for the 20 defense lawyer' Past Grand Robert Bertrum delivered i I u expected to return' to Key WrstItlrii inflicting deep and painful cut i
]1 Fruiter Yore arrived this afternoon I Mario Palacio. They came to receive : a
btht' fires recently consider !
1 caused reported I might a roughly ,!outinHgarea !!
the Past Grand Charge
They >it in spectators bench. afternoon after taking a vacation between the Both Captain
: toes.
]'1 from New York, took on i in the Everglades. i iI i delivery of another )plane: definitely discovered and
while Acting Vice Grand C. B.
I of relaxation on
waiting their turn to plead aftl'q and period Saunders and Captain Busby were
fuel oil at the Porter Dock Company I This idea, however was dispelled which is to arrive from Miami and explored by Wilkes\ as American,
Judge Revol has questioned pri,on-1 I ': Johnson obligated the candidates. Havana tomorrow. ;'the Yacht Josephine II. : forced to seek medical attention
and sailed for Frontera decks of the leave fcr
,. when on the territory.
I Several members present at the had been undergoing I
ers and witnesses.! : that on: Mr. Stone I and have their wounds dressed.
:Mexico. the rails in the saloon The aviators reported Primer's ExolorationAn
--- I _ ______ meeting spoke on. the good of the Cuba 'a revere strain for an extended : The heavy sea anchor was even-
II from visibility
h and other of the superstructure -:: the trip over ; American claim to' Wifkes
Ii I order commenting on Grand parts I i period and decided to take a well tually cleared from the smaller i
HONORS GIVEN TO i dust was found in thin I was very poor because of the upper i I.ind would' encompass what andesignated
Lodge Session to begin on will be -
i MRS. DEMERITT : earned rest which completed one by using the traveling crane ,
strata of air being perm.atedwith : i
I layers. I II I the King
on as
I map
in Tampa.
day morning, April by this afternoon. of Beryl Curry. Mr. Curry's .
The supposition is. and possiblytrue i | dust. They were forced to I George V And. Banzar land, ,
KEY WEST GIRLS; The lodge elected as its representative -I : Tomorrow afternoon it was crane did the work in a few min-
4 DIES YESTERDAY, to this session! Past, that the dust from the terrific '; descend to within a .she-it distance: learned at FERA headquarter I utes and he is now the possessor of t' Sabrina Land" and Queen Mary
; in thc west had been above the keys before they could -and. A del ie within,
storms ; : Land the
i i! Grand W. P. Archer who is now '" this morning Mr. Stone ,will leave the ship's anchor which is salvage.
in that city awaiting the openingof I carried up into the higher air! secure their bearings. I for Jacksonville where state headquarters ---- : same arc, i is claimed as French
MISSES LANGFORD AND! strata and carried thousands of: ;i territory, having J been discovered{
FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE, Grand Lodge session. i of the FERA is located.
I Other members of Equity: miles on the currents moving south:I TREATED HIM ROUGH I Ii I WINTER VISITORS ; in the ame year-1840-by the

GUITO ELECTED TO HOLD CONDUCTED TOMORROW who have left expect to i and east. i I I : only French vessel that ent rM
Lodge or
SORORITY OFFICES I' leave to attend the session: of i CONBRIDGE, Mas.[ -Charging: :: COLORED MEN \ DEPART FOR HOMEMR. ; the Antarctic area in many Tears

AFTERNOON Grand Lodge are Past Grand Master I POTATOES ONLY that his 180-pound wife wonM I, 1 I Captain! NathapieI i J}, ,Palmer

I I II I I II i F. F. Hoffman. Past GrandMaster Henrick-I arm and then herself chase with him a meat around cleaver his I GIVEN HEARING I J Iof Stoningtpn. corm! ,, 'whalr
CHICAGO-Walter F. discovered and Antaretie'
IM-rlal' !. Ihr lilUral i William II. Malone. Past '! I explored t;
TALLAHASSEE, April 13.- :I Mrs. Sarah E. Demerilt. age:; Grand James S. Day and District sen of this city testified in his j butcher shop pummeling him with!I i -- i ij I AND MRS. LOUIS MARTIG- regions while hunting: "Moby,

;1 78. died yesterday afternoon 5:30 Dt'putyGrand Master[ William divorce suit that his wife refused t her fist when she caught him, Da Pick." Palmer, commanding fiv-s.
Among the students! '
State College for Women at Florida electedto o'clock at her home on William, MendelLMANY to give him anything to eat I I"ill Ft e Blander, of this city"", won!j PLACED UNDER BOND AWAIT! NEY EXCEEDINGLY ENJOY' vessels, spent from 1820 to 123in {!

( street. The funeral will be held!: I a divorce.i the region
except potatoes. between the South
hold sorority offices for the \ J JI JYEARLY' I ING TRIAL IN CRIMINAL 1 STAY [IN ISLAND CITY ,;
j tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 from' I. _. Shetlands and Hearst Land and
term two from Key - -- -
West. are the Lopez Chapel, with services::' OF FISH ATRAUL'S I J COURT I I that area was for.years designated

!to be conducted by Rev. 1It': ; It I It as' Palmer Land.
They are Miss! Clara Langford.; the'Congregatjnal i |I Louis Martigney, known to his,
Evans of { t ---- I Norway has neither waived
POISONED I Ir norclaimed
secretary and house chairman of : Church. 1 CLEARANCESALEI host of friends in Key West as.
rights to Antarctic-
Zeta Tau Alpha, and Miss Sylvia! i ', James Edwards and Milton Louis Martin, and Mrs. Martigney[ terri .
Survivors are one son, George tories but its hardy have
Guito corresponding secretary of I Russell colored were placed under left yesterday afternoon for the explored -
Demeritt of Tampa; one daughter ; far reaches of the South ,
Sigma Sigma Sigma. Mrs. Sabino Hernandez of St.1 Many[ of the fish at Raul's Clul bonds of $100 each this morning home iA Cleveland.The Polar regions. .

YOU KNOW Lcuis; one brother, Thos. Welchof Miramar aquarium were poisoned: GOOD USEF CARS to await trial at the nextterm Martigneys are regular
OUR REPAIR 1 criminal court visitors to West each season
St. Augustine a sister Mrs.[ during the past few days, it wa s of on a charge Key
SERVICE IS BEST-Now try i Euphemia Watson St. Petersburg leaded at the offices of th PLYMOUTHS.CHEVROLETSFORDSAll i of breaking and entering. i usually coming in'October and remaining Habana-Madrid Club 'Jt J

one of our I besides nine grandchildren! FERA this morning. Cars Priced for IMMEDIATE' SALE i These men were arrested with until the following May. TONIG.HTGALA

SIMONIZING JOBS I Some vandal it is believed, several others. At the preliminary i Business: matters forced them
I and eight great grandchildren.i I ]
Simonizing will preserve the i The pallbearers! will be Samuel: placed some poisoned food in th e';i We Will Be Open Tonight and Sunday Morning hearing before ,Justice of The,ito'' leave a few weeks earlier this I NIGHT <'

body' of your car. I Gates, Arturo Armayor. Joseph 1 water. Just what was the natunof NAVARRO'S Peace Frank O. Roberts this morn*'. year. but their last words ,before j New Show and Dance 1'j '.
I Lou Smith Service Station Valdez Ramon Rivas. Felipe Car- the toxic content of the foot.d: ing the evidence educed was such!entraining were, "look for ns next 2 Orchestras
I j others. i I I'r i October." i -
White at Catherine Phone 522 I I: bench l and Frank O. Roberts. I was not learned. as to exculpate the 'Ft
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br, rgo.u; JEFFERSON, THE MAN J from the North Atlantic States'| morning in western New York.

= C- .>- : ]I KEY \Y1STIN [ TODAY'S WEATHER 1 1 southward over the Carolinas with I Ia There have also been showers and
.. I'ubllslKMl Dally Except Sunday By Each year on April 13, the anniversary disturbance off the North Atlan thunderstorms in extreme southern

Tin CITIZR:* PUBLISHING co. ic.L. of his birth the virtues, patriotism 1 i DAYS GONE BY tic Coast. Boston Mass., and NewI' Texas and on the Florida
.... .
1*. AUTMA\ Pre I Keys! Temperatures hate fallen
From Th! Citizen liulldlng and statesmanship of Thomas Jeffersonare ; Temperatures Moon\ rises ." .._.... 3:2C: (; p. m. York City, 29.70 inches and another ;
r I Happening Here Just 10 Years in most sections east of the Mi-

Curlier Green and Ann Street I recalled at gatherings of his countrymen 1 I I Ago Today As Taken From ,I. Highest .... .. .. ..................... 881: Moon sets .......... 3:30 a. m.Tomorrow's the western disturbance high is moving in area over II| Fissippl[ River with readings 8 to

".6Iy! Dally Newspaper In Key Weal and Monroe, men, especially of Democrats, who claim :: The Files Of The Citizen I Lowest ...... ,.......... .............. "(3 : A.M.Tides P.M.High the northern Rockies pressure and Plains 14 degrees lower in the Florida

County. him as the founder of their party althoughit :Mean ..... ....... .._.....................80 I . .............. 5:15 5:49): I States Williston N. D., 29.C8 j peninsula while warmer weather

Watered at Key West Florida as second claaa matter was known as the Republican party in 1 General Gerardo Machado, ; Normal :Mean ..__.._.-.......-..._...75 Low................ ...11 :23 11:49 inches; while the western high I.( prevails in western G. S. KENNEDYI districts: .
:!'ulent-flect of Cuba and : i Barometer at 8 pressure area is crested over Texas -
I pre party ( RainfallYesterJa"s a. m. today: .
rjFTV-aiTTH YEAR the beginning. Galveston p I in Charge.BENJAMIN
I 30.32 inches, !and,
of distinguished guests: arrived I Precipitation .07 Ins. Sea level, 30.02.WEATHER .
llett.ber e' Ibe Aseeelated ......- Jefferson'i. public services are gen- yesterday afternoon from Havana' piessuie is high northward o\"er''
.1 J AsBOClated Press U excluslvelr .ntttled to use 'I'! Normal Precipitation .... .03 Ins.IhiH the upper Mississippi Valley and I: LOPEZ
.r rePublication of all news dispatcher credited to erally well known, but a few facts con- and received a great reception on rrrurd po,pr. period Lowest Hight Lake region. Rains have occurred:i FUNERAL HOME

It or local.w.not otherwlva.,publUhed, credited hero.'NATIONAL In. thla paper and alsothe cerning his personality and private life his arrival. Severe! thousand Key .* K ... IhU .....r.I... I StationLast Night Yesterday during the last 24 hours in portionsof Established 49 Year

Westers. Cubans and Americans : Abilene ............ 38
may be of interest. : i Tomorrow' Almanac the middle Mississippi Valley: Key W..r. Oldest
at the-dock to the I
were greet arrivals
EDITORIAL) I I Sun rises ... .. .... fOG a. m. Atlanta _n__'_"".. 42 52 and Tennessee, and eastward over I 24.H..r Aaabalaac. Service
lie was born April 13, 1743, the son The party went to San' '
Boston .............. 311 1M the middle
and North Atlantic
ASSOCIATION. ) .. .... (C:49; m.1 Licensed Embalmer
JJ Carlos where the children of the Sun sets . . .. : p ;
C/f / 93 S of an obscure and uneducated Virginia Buffalo ............ :U 42 States! and it was snowing this Plea.. 135 Night; 696-W
who however Thomas school and! others sang the Cuban Charleston ......__ to 72 I
planter, left a con-
national anthem. The discussed !
MHSCUIPTION IIATE9 general .. .. 31i 40Denver I --- --- -
___. .._.. . . . ._ -:._1004 LEGALS Chicago .m
Year siderable estate. his in ,
me -- -- By marriage 1772
many proposed improvements I I .............. .._) 62
'*I lx Months .._-,__,_....--._. ..__. 5.0a 1 J(11.l1111'IIIIIIIII.IJust
Three Months _---..._._-- -_; to Mrs. Martha Skelton, a rich and hand- of which he was asked an i i ir i'01 liT in' 'riir.TUKMIKTII Detroit ............ ::14 .12 I
IN TIIIJ 411441
me Month __.. ..8' opinion and especially] commendedthe i I I Jl.IUC.11. C'IItC'I I'I* Galveston .......... 5-1 66Havana. I
Vtekly ___ :eADVEttTISING some widow of 23, he became one of the ''' .....
proposed road to the mainland of '1'.r' : or I'Lltltlltl.. ..
I' c'ot.N1IN \. ... _. __ 7-1 -
lade known Of e r.pllotion9TKCIAL. RATES wealthiest citizens of Virginia.! Baying that it would not only 't; IN 1'll'IIt1.IMKil'Kitl*\l: 'UltU'ltu.: : Huron m........_. 3r. %52; Three

NOTICE At the time of Jefferson's admissionto mean great benefits to Floridabut I' : ..: .* A T A\'I.on joinwlIby Jacksonville _.._. 50. 74
h -r liu!'linii All reading notices cards of thanks resolutions of the bar in 17C71 he was described as would prove of decided cf.n1fequt'II.C i rri..n.l. 11. .K. TA\'I.oR Kansa City ....._ 3-1 58
"pert, rhltuary notice, etc. will be cbarge4 for at to Cuba. The party left :. Complainants' ... 88
KEY 73
.0} rate of 19 cents a line. being "6 feet 2 inches in height slim, erecta in the for I I I| \!'. I'Mrrrlofcur .f lien
Vo!ins fur entertainment. by churches from which evening Washington Of Tar. /'crlfiralc.CIIAT.i.ES *. Little Rock ...... 42 52 e
revenue is to !,. derlvod are 5 cents a line. an arrow 'with angular features where the next president of Cuba UA\TIII ana
a very s Los Angeles ...... 52 72
>he Citizen: Is an forum and Invites discus '! Months
open wife, if L ft
: his
.i' nt rn.hllr Uvuca, and subjects of local or genera.lUreat ruddy complexion, an extremely delicate will meet President Coolidge.Due : tnarri Mrs. -*..1, and uAvrrn If .l.-ud their miknown ,. Louisville ..... .... 42 -Ir. I i!

but U will not publish anonymous communl hirs. 1vvl I"...r*. grant.rsother Miami .. ...... GG 90
II .na skin full deep-set hazel eyes and sandy ur claimants'. .-t al '
- to the increased business: Itt-frmlanl 1I I Minneapolis.11: ; 52

hair; an expert musician, the violin being the county court house i It ai>|i-arlnr "v the sworn hill <-f New Orleans!' .... 52 ,64, !

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST his favorite instrument, a good dancer a caused by the unprecedented activity I:<-nuo'.oinilaint|.- that filed the in.1..r..I.IM.l Hi* .tliovc ChirlcsS )staled I i, !New York .......... :Hi H i S in which to take advantage

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN dashing rider and proficient in all manly ill Monroe\ county real estate Haxlr and l Mrs: IlixtT. hiswife .' Pensacola ..._..... 48 r.4 :I of our liberal offer onLIFTOF
if married if alit arr 11010-
there has been considerable Pittsburgh; n.,._,. 40 54 I I
exercises; frank earnest cordial and discussion :about! a proposition to 'r."I.I""IO'that! their of the blare State of rell'll.1..n"p of' Florida''and as' 81. Louis _....i. 3s' 41i . .. AI

.sympathetic? !; .in manner." enlarge the building. Pressure for i III, particularly known l<> affiant itf Salt Lake City >. 54 '. fiR I ti
-*? U a Water and Sewerage,. .I..e. I o Stanley It.Iill..r: and Prank
Dturing eight .in the active additional room is most keenly lenls' 31 Milk S rt.. Itosfon.Massathusetts .' San Francisco i .i. 54 "; GH : '

i'L .Bridge to! Comp}H tq. li ad :to Maim I '?l yeans prac- felt in the clerk's office though : niiniil&mant,, Seattle ...._._..._ .46. .... 68TAmjta t. r S
land. . . '\ .e qtl pal. '- he acquired an extremely large other officials are cramped for said I is informed C'harlei!and S."v is dead" that..n.1Ihal ........ ..... (is .' t\U\ .

-" 7" --.noel! >f. i4ele\ it being recorded that in a singlet pace. Now that many are seeking at the tune. iif tilt death was a Washington ...... 42 46' 'q

3. Free Port. ,..1-' .'" + ",' t !d'be''was employed in 430() cases. Yet information relative to the holdings 1'I bachelor. grantees; that lie or left other heirs elainantsl' aleIvisees : WillIston _' ,.. 3S r.G ' 'S
RefrigeratorsOver ;
of owners who are expecting I who are unknown to complainant.i ...---. t. .-
4. Hotels and Apartments. .. .a...e Ju.spitecof the remarkable facility of his Land! that the address of the exlaleof ; .
to dispose! of their }property, it is II said Chariest S. Iktxter Is ..".1 'FORECAST ( S
5. Bathing Pavilion. pen he was no orator and almost never believed the time is ripe to give Stanley H. :Miller and Frank Lewis.? I -

6. Airports-Land and Sea. attempted to make a speech. the question of enlargement of the :31 Milk; that Stunt complainant, ISoston verily:Mnssarhusettv l>eliexen --I! (Till 8 n. m., Sunday) I I one hundred of.

building !serious consideration I that said defendants. are: Key \Vest and Vicinity: Partly
7. Consolidation of County and City One instance is related in which even the of our customers have already
County commissioners have not I leach o\er age twentyanriyears : !
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. his pen failed him when an address he formally discussed:: the matter but '! the and State l that of there Florida is the no xervice perw.n'In taken advantage B
I'I'I W 1
was commissioned to write to the new gov- smug! of them agree that more I of a summons' in rhanrer u.wnl| I ..r'L.i II
I whom would lund said drfrndants' of this
attractive offer.
--- ernor of Virginia by the House( of Bur- space( is necessary.! I I lor any of them That the reaFeslate ! ; I .!tI xt
tn\ol\ed in this cause
gesses was rejected and another memberwas M.rilwd as follows: In )M..rin I '
Editorial 1 Comment: It i is easyto ('ututty. Kloridi.: twit: \L w $ 00 :J_
given the task. But he overcame this Lots Seventeen (I?) and :
run a newspaper says Arthur KiKhteen; (1111> in square. line (U) Iof I I f'*
humiliation and later wrote the Declaration Brisbane, and! laccomcally adds, if Tract Twrnlys.(27)aeeording :! .: [ i
r dJiI iS
to the :\larlt.lI. Towers
of Independence.Once you know how. lie should have !subdivision Flat of which Is I '1 1'.1,1 14I
By MARCY B. DARNALL ... ..orded. in flat Conk 1 i
when a friend asked how he concluded \.ith: and if you have 'I duly page 140 re Monroe County, Flor 1. '"fPartly nr
Former Editor of Tk Key Wet Citizen I lenty of jack.Representative. ida.: It could reconcile the phrase in the Declara- Cloudy I
It Is therefore Orden that jai"l HOLDS AU THIS FOOD!

tion that "all men are created equal" with I defendants. Charts :S;. lUxter and1 i cloudy tonight and Sunday moderate . down and $1.00 2 qii.Bulk s2s,pit.cream
according to Dr. Thomas H. Shastad of Elli=;, of Alaihi :Mrs rtaxler his wife, if soar ; !J.... 1 do*, 1 lb. batter
the fact that he slaveholder rid. and If dead their unknown! northwest and north winds. : cct .
Jefferson was a county, has introduced a bill in month until 2 pics ctocte 2 out Inut
noted wild life. other
Wisconsin a authority on heirs devisers! grantees or per ;1I.n. 1 bold carp
9 the author of the document is said the legislature which would impose .claimants having", or cla. ;mins an I I Florida: Partly cloudy tonight, I 1 be.ilo ch,mc< :2 Ibt.
The reason colored tackle is of no advantage tax of ten interest In and to th< property and Sunday; somewhat warmer. in July lirst. baron.S lb:,.roan. 1 bead'eitiu.
I to have replied : "By God I didn't thinkof a percent on n-mliefore. clt's'ril.t.l. he. and they I : .* e 1 bit cucumber
is that all fish are color blind he I cigars cigarettes and tobaccoIf are liereli re<|Uir I ...l In anptar In north and central portions Sun S 2 Ib*. U4too e 1 bunch
that." the Mil of filed in Maidinufe day. celery e 2 ripe (run .2
I such became law it I .
declares.A : a measure a luaoiu $1 dons noise.
i on or before .Miuidaj, the (lbday See regarding thistrial
Jacksonville to Florida Straits: us 1 lar aliui drums I Jj>.
I would havoc with the i
It play
may be said however that Jefferson of May: A. D. 193:+;. otherwisethe lard 2 left.over conU.OCTI -
industry:: in Florida just the nutations of said "IllI11U.. .betaken Moderate northwest winds and i plan I qi. water boils
magazine-- was really opposed to slavery, and as confessed I.) said defendants weather overcast tonight I 2 Chick;: 'reeling; tear (20
publishes a girlish statement fame ai it is now ruining the industry partly I .. ice c"bClIbOI ice?;
only held slaves who had come into his in Georgia. Attention o* It I is further Ordered. that thisOrder and Sunday. !I
contained in the early diary of Peggy
r i I he l puhlished 1 once each weekfor Eat Gulf Moderate I
: northerly
Joyce of marrying fame : "I shall never possession through inheritance or owner- the from senator:Monroe and county representatives is called to t:I leWst four ronseiutlie Citizen a newspaper weeks. in .published The-I winds.
his wife. lie trafficked in The West Electric Co
ship by never
in :Monroe County Florida. Key
marry because all men do is deceive their the Ellis bill and it is !safe to say Hated April 3. 193: e
them and advocated their gradual WEATHER CONDITIONS
wives" Her subsequent career illustratesthe that they will make a determined IIOSS C VWYKU'rt.1? ;
emancipation. lie secured the ofa fight against it. Clerk of Circuit l -
saying that a lady always has a rightto passage I RAYMOND: i:. i. mn, I Perssure is low this morning .IIIIII".I'II"'II.4Tj
law forbidding further importations of I Solicitor for Complainantsapr6130
change her mind and generally does. -!"; may* .
I A has teen --- - -
slaves into Virginia.By delightful prog-am "" -
arranged for the sock social whichis "UTIC':: or MSTKH'S sin
strange coincidence Thomas I I'' I "11111.8'.I'I.lI
China forbids certain classes of persons Jefferson and his in, to be given at the home of Mr. !I \OTWP. I is IIURCIIY nivnv .....Se.SSSeee..e....................................... .............!
predecessor the presidency and Mrs. John Park this
C. eve '
that under and by virtue of andpursuant .
; to be editors including "those who 'I 1 .
ning at their home' on Georgia to that certain decree i .
John Adams both died July 4 ,
hate no permanent address, or have been made and entered. on the 20th day
!ctrcet. The numbers will :onsistof i
182G on the 50th anniversary of American i orIar..h: A. I II 1935. by the Honorable -
in jail for more than a month or who are readings, vocal and instru-i I Jefferson It. Ifrow ne, Judge of I
: the Circuit Coiirt{ of the Twentieth Clean
of restricted ability." Fortunately for independence. menal selections :and some of the I Judicial Circuit of :Monroe C..unly.1: Up-Paint
best talent will be heard. "Florida in Chancery. in that certain
mo t of us, no test of ability is imposed on HOLY WEEK !II,au-e therein pending, wherein
Merlin A. ,I .
Sawyer complainant
editors :
{ in the United States. Brigadier Herbert Roberts, of and S..1. Catli and Helen H. iatti. I

The last days of Christ's the Salvation Army, commanding'I hi. wife. Uilliam V Kelly and
ministry on Catherine IS .Kelly his wife. John j
earth the the southern division comprising'S Ciannnne sometimes known as i 1 t. I.
An American veterinarian called to are commemorated in observance Georgia and Florida will visit John S. rjiinnnns, Lewis H Pierce! FixUp

trert v-sick cow belonging to a native of Holy Week beginning this: year Key West April 15 and will conduct ,. Russell Emory I.are Pierce the defendants. and Robert, the unilersiKned II.-I I! .

dairyman of Honolulu failed to inspirethe : tomorrow, April 14, Palm Sunday, which an inspection of the local , Special Master in :
eery appointed| "y said decree
confidence''of.the'owiSnv'. Ignorinj*.the .is so called from the palm branches strewn arracks l and corps. A special meet- .I offer outcrto for sale the and sell at. ..chlln.l In The :.
ing will }be held in the hall at highest: !
eterinarian's !Jc\i111JQ.1 the before the Savior his I t 'ash, .before thf front door of that I ' .,
pr $ i, : dairymancut ) on : public 'entry'into Fleming anti Grinnell: streets. : : .: ; '" n :
I County Court KVest.i .
off part o .the \\Yt ;'s tail and"took it Jt ,hIRllem. I :Monroe (".unl)'. Florida. r>n Mon-, u <>. < .1 .
day the Mh day of May. A. 1>. 1915heinif : n ut :
to a Hawaiian.I i Y ri 8t/"whofj2intoked} the Maundy Thursday i is observed in Ferry boat Estrada Palma ar-. ( a rule,.day of said. Court and:I Better Housingbile ':I.I
; Cuba a I legal I sales day) during the legal r rn
rived last night from
in port : I
pagan gods in 'the'animal's be 1alf. The"M'V memory, of the washing t>f the feet of the hours of sale lo-wit. between 11 ': ; .
-J ; I T* f i I with a large number of loaded o'clock In the forenoon and 2o''In ,
cow got .well. twelve apostles=>> by Christ; the Last!; Supper . cars most of them carrying pine- the afternoon of said day;I! .. !" ,' r; '' J, V n !,rUllo' ..:

," the agony in Gethsemane, and the hetrayal -' arples. A transfer crew of about Ito the satisfy following: said decree descrrbed by I.r"pprty.pavmentof .I. .. m !11J10.. ,'ob ._ ; e1: t
80 men are row employed in this the amounts therein specifiedIn : )
Bright colored fish lures the Judas. 1,
are by
; I the City of "Key West.Monroe .
work and will IK- as
more .
:those Victorians were quite fas- Good Friday commemorating the County, .Florida knownas
the !reason advances. tats Three (3)t. Four (4) and Give Your

tidi2.if one may judge by a suggestion crucifixion is a day of greatest solemnity. I as Five shown(lit in on Block the Plat.Fifteen of (15)The) I! Pr6pertyi N

contained in a book entitled "Etiquette of Easter Even embraces the whole 24 BOY LEAVES HOME "Key West Investment C m. I .
nan>'s subdivision of part of I '
the Ballroom," published in London in hours of Saturday between Good Friday I Tract 1", duly recorded. In Plat
FAIRVIEW. Okla.-Otto Fuller Hook I, page 61, of MonroeCounty :

18G ,-which reads: "The practice of and Easter. 15, left his home in this city .ALLAN Florida It Records CI. AnF.. JR.. I I i A New Deal i iI

chewing tobacco and spitting on the flooris Easter Sunday, which this year fall because the rest of the family I SpH'lalIalll..r: in Chancery. .
not only nauseous to ladies but injuriousto on April 21, is celebrated as the day of were cross-word! puzzle fiends and I Solicitor for the Complainant. I :
he had to do all the chores. i apr<-13-0-27:! ; may.1I I I :
their gowns.) resurrection, the event upon which the I .
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whole structure of the Christian religion I

The unique distinction! of being the rests. -- I I Arrange a loan at your bank under, the Federal, :.W

c' "' Roman Catholic bishop born since the I Holy week is celebrated in commemoration *

(beginning of the 20th century came to I I of a series of events and not Your Opportunity, T'I I! : Housing Act on easy monthly terms

Bishop} Raymond A. Kearney of Brooklyn as actual anniversaries: as no one knows .
i I I : -
who was consecrated in that high the exact dates of these events, nor even s

tical office a few days ago at the eccleSiS-1 I the year in which they occurred.WE Now is the time to modernize your home,. and

32. Rated :as one of the most ,. "to make- such improvements to your property as may' Don't Wait
ARE FOR IT ANYWAYThe ,be needful or desirable before costs advance too MqteriaW'i'jj
the church."Ounger prelates, it would .. .

not\ bo surprising to see him one day be- Citizen is thoroughly in accord I imuch. , ," I .. .. . ,.. ..

con the world's youngest cardinal.Dr. with present sentiment, looking toward the See us aliout the U. S. Government plan & I r TO Advance In: Price"Your :

abolition of profits from war and the I long term modernization loans. :' ,

.John Condon, famed "Jafsie"of policy of paying as, if and when we fight. I .. .:

the Lindbergh case, after enduring a At the same time one should recognizethe I Enjoy the benefits while you pay. I I .. ..

period! in which his integrity was questioned difficulty and dangers in the program. I It ..

i is now being acclaimed by his fellow Should the United States go to war and t The First. National Bank oi Key West :' home is worthy of the bel :

townsmen. of the Bronx, where it i iJ is fight it out under such a policy one would :

J proposed to name an avenue, a park and find most of the, basic industries of the I Member the.Federal Reserve i Sootk Ekrifk Contracting & Engineering C 5 ||

a large; new apartment house in his honor. land under government control before the : ..

) It w: hard to discredit a man who declares, struggle got very far. The social and in- 'I' Member of the .Federal.Daps>fit i .Insurajtce.Corp., l|
: P&oBeSK Wbitea E1iaStreela'

ale! did on the witness stand that his dustrial organization of the nation wouldbe ... YOUR.;, .. BANK. .

borough is "the most beautiful section oft shattered and might never return to -7'; ' - .
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I tl'Ij.RlRl, .. Al46d.iIoIHar1l0PSII RICHESFuutlumt -Fuutlumt I FROM LOPEZ TEN Below Is A Reprint Of An Editorial Which

Appeared In The Sebring American Apr. 3

erm. to b. doing wtll nerugh inAU I
lav. practice,, Ina for M. "Oh,..Leslie didn't mean anything.. I .*................................*......... ....... ..................
"cotc O/ ti. totem t* tthav a*, She Just like to laugh.* I Simo-d:: 52T William Street I.
Corner Eaton su"l
k dow U diKwxMrtiNp to all Mf
A.t :'* friend They Aatxcfcoteft "Oh. didn't she Well. perhapsnot. CAME. PLAYED Geo. E. Summers B. D., E_ Richard Evans, Pastor I I r-
Jan AfortArvp for Aim. and' .Leslie's head is probably turned.It I Sunday school 9:45 i fJ l1lfl CIIAJjr'f()
a. m. J'
A. tTtfert. tillt Horn althoughJa ,wlU be a step up for her a.big I LAST NIGHT BAYVIEWI Church Sunday school opens at I i ( r stEt.,., fH:LA .{ .
it rich xd Letlit U file 4nmJke 4 nut Sara step. U aha marries Sam. a. m., leadership I e,1
a printer. I ( 1$ A'OU(
Christian Endeavor 7 o'clock. G 'rly.
i* giving r. Gerald Saunders general super- L
There was a call then for James I I PARK.WOUND UP WITH TALLY Lr '
1.1 '
Gild *a caked Jan* tar Jauea.wltuout meet Evening worship, 8:00 o'clock. fJ -
tollnltltlD kin.Chapter from his aunt. The guests were arriving I intendent. Each department .\ .
1 :
-'. ,and ht must go Inside and !! READING 21i In its own, assembly room. The morning: and evening sermons -I ---Lt1: + vQ! 'n _I'I! rqttibij)

18 greet them. Be was grateful be did i Worship services at 11 a_ m. will be in keeping with the .., .... __ .....<\ ,) ''J t,. _,.". s...'.

not have to answer Jane. A step up i and at 8:00 p. m. The pastor will, spirit of Palm Sunday. I :S\\\ \11 '\"\ ..\ ' J I p.; Iv;; !.3t : I'. "r tL..If '_ Ai II '

MOON GODDESS for Leslie! That mutt! But she had I I I (By JOVE) bring both morning and evening The choir is arranging special i -- .... ", I' ,pp.c \I -

*TTTE cotillion led to much planning: no right. to smile at him as If she The Busy Bees defeated the messages. The topic for the morning music for both morning anti evening s> -:: -,-- _- ' .o 1E .

.I and plotting and contriving of lai . as If she . But of course she i!J Lopez ten in a diamon ball game message will be: "The Triumphant services. ,..... y: /r

expensive but original favors be- did not. Well. It Leslie wanted to i last night at Bayview Park by the Christ," special Palm Sun- Wednesday evening at 8:00 I The "Ad Valorem Tax Lake" i Is ._-;?. ; '

tween tbe two 1eaderLJames dance Sam on a, wouldn't moonbeam know he'd find her f close score of 2 to 1. The contest I day sermon. At the evening service o'clock midweek service. II I II I about dry. Unless we change to 1.1. ("r RfIX ;;, w
one. 'le
a moon
found himself evening after beam from station. was an interesting and hard-fought the sermon subject will be: I the stream of current commerce rCM.'f RC
evening when he wanted to be with power I I "Excuses. Self Made Will They and reduce f.
But James, had.reckoned withouthis | battle from start to finish. CATHOLIC CHURCH I our governmentalcosts .'
Leslie on his way to the Northrups Lucilo drove third Satisfy?" all 1 state and local / h
dutlea aa boat- II. did not see i one through government : ,..
In answer to a peremptory telephone Leslie again until he was on the i which was the only hit the Bakers Epworth League meeting at SL Mary's Star of the Sea: will soon be demoralized as .r;: "" "

call to discuss some vital matter dancing platform leading the grand ',i received. 7:00 p. m. Miss! Vanessa! Collins i Rev. Wm. Reagan S..J., : result. of tax delinquencies ?

concerning the dance. march with Jane. Afterwards he i I A. Lunn pitched a one-hit game I president. I in charge ,

James appreciated that Jane wasStYmIe :I made many attempts to favor Les [I and lost it. C. Gates was touched Mid-week prayer and praise j I Order of services for this] The Florida Tax Revision : Kentucky $31.96; Tennessee! ment in Florida high. It Ls easy to

lot ot time and attention to lie.But i for six hits but was unbeatable service on Wednesday at R:00 p. church: '!!. League, with headquarters in i i $37.20::! ; Alamaba. $30.99; Mississippi Contemplate the elimination of a

helping hi. aunt and naturally he she never seemed to see himor Acevedo m. \ Sunday morning Masses will be Jacksonville continues!! its fight to .
in the pinches. Robert $33.66; Arkansas, $30.51. great number of these board but'
and bad be decent.
was grateful to catch his signals until he was Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- ,
said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. reduce taxes in Florida. Relyingon
These all
i and Castro played a good game are southern states and the practical working: out of the
about Jane excelled
It. In this
right before her. And by that time .
i i ning at 7:45 o'clock. Joseph Mass at 7 o'clock. United States of
Sterl- Week-day a Department
of thing and gradually fired James Cam Bud Jackson had for the Bakers while Kerr. : yet the individual taxes of a scheme is not so: easy.
or or grabbedher.
I well for the Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders Evening service at 7:30 o'clock Commerce made in 1931, Floridian
with her own enthusiasm and ambition When James finally danced I| ing and Baker played survey were practically double With Governor Sholtz and the

to make this the most.. successful ; with her he found her distrait and Red Devils. choir director Sundays and Fridays. I it discloses the fact that every individual I that of a person living in other Tax Revision League working to

party ever given In New Con unresponsive, vehement in her Score by innings: R. H. E., I in Florida paid $70.17 in I states There is no doubt but that reduce the- taxes in Florida there

cord. praise of. Jane's beauty Jane's Lopez 000 000 001-1 ft 4Bees JAINT PAUL'S CHURCH PENTECOSiALMISSION I taxes that year. In the same year i j the boards and commissioners in should be a definite procedure for

... .. 002 000 OOx 2 1 3 I the individual tax in South Carolina p this state.
James tried to explain all about charm, Jane's cleverness. j : -practically 1.500 of such reduction announced beforelong.Sehrin

It to Leslie and why he went so often "Look here. I don't want to talk I Batteries: A. Lunn and Ingra- Corner Duval and Eaton Streets |! 909 iMStreet I was $35.48; George, $34.31 ; I them-make the cost of govern-j American.

to the ort1trups..Jtutfor once he about Jaae. Sbe'a541th3tjou%say I ham; C. Gates and M. Acevedo. Sunday Services: Wm. Skondeen Pastor I -___ .
; She. but I' 1fIDto'po-w'wbyyouar i Errors Ubieta 2. Holy Week Services ---r- --
foun&tsiiei9Cedjbld1cnlt.) 'Summary: : j
apparently waa'bbt'At all Interested 1 treatlngimp'llkB taIs.fHhat hate I Hale 2, Castellano, Baker. C.. Palm Sunday, April 14th. Ble'' o'clock.Sunday morning worship, 11 William M. Acree. 22, of n ng.! ......... ..... ....... 1 I ..*......a............. .

In his movements' 0,.. h (:.whls and done Yoi'ri go* .to tell me. Jou I Lunn; three base hit: Baker; two ing. Distribution and Proces ion'!' Sunday school for all, 3:30 p. ling, Okla., has been appointed In History
wherefores of bis noticojnjn. see know I'd rather cut off my right base hit: Ubieta; stolen bases: of Palms, 11 a. m. assistant national bank examiner i CLASSIFIED 'i'ii .

her. f 'tr/ band than. ." [ Ubieta M. Acevedo; sacrifice Masses. 7.. !9:30 and 11 a. m. jI } m. one of the youngest men to. hold n...e..aa.._.. _._.---a>;

Indeed she ,beenflsb'iusy. "Jimmy dear, don't be). .tragic.:. ] service 8 o'clock. : Sunday night evangelistic serv- such a pQsition. '
hatf It Evening
You haven!f6t; a tijciIfJ [I I hit: Castro; struck out: Gates 6. I ice 7:15 o'clock. COLUMNROOMS 1598-Historic:Edict of Nantes.
seemed she hadn't even noticed.his jAndTI'mnot ( I and services

comings and goings. James. aghastat : treating yod ariyot&erway: tan 1 I A.1. Lunn Lunn 3 2;;'bases 60u1M'on plays balls: :Castroto Gates I at Monday the usual hours.Wednesday Tuesday. I I praise Tuesday service., 7:15 p. m., prayer and ment to the Altar of Repose, 8 ,a', ......,.......... .. ....... of France the: ,i.ending'u'ntry. the religious war
r have. But
always one cannot monopolize I I ;
the callousness of woman, was so Mass\ at 7 and 9 m. Devotions until lOp. m.
one's host." Castellano, Kerr to Sterling; a./)1 Friday, 7:15 p. m., fellowship
unhappy be wanted ,
to die.
l Friday, April 19, 12 noon :I
"Monopolize You call It I left on bases: Lopez 7, Busy Bees J meeting.
It was a very beautiful party monopOollzlng. I I to 3 m., Mass of the Presanctified 1846-Pennsylvania Railway-
.." 3; time of game: 1:10; umpires: Evening service, 7:30 p. m. | Saturday 2:30 m., boys' andgirls' p.
danced on tbe Stlmson lawn to the p. "THE MUNRO"-Rooms :
:[ unexcelled with of
Capote. Gonzalez and Lopez. :Maundy Thursday, Sung Mass: Veneration of the Cross! the incorporated capital $7,
soft music of violins with Japanese church. in price and location. 5UO.000.
waltz ended at C a. m. Procession of the Reproaches. I .
abruptly leaving !
lanterns everywhere trying to outrival TilE 128 NE 4th Street, Miami Fla.
I Stations of the
7:30 :
tbe midsummer moon. Jane Just beside Julia Millard. Standing of the league: Blessed Sacrament to the Altar p. apf4-16tx

was the first arrivaL She had a new Leslie linked her arm in Julia's Club- \V. 1.. Pet. of Repose. Devotions will continue METHODIST EPISCOPALCHURCH. m. I 1861-Fort Sumter fired on

dress a. filmy thing of white and could not be pried away. Time and Busy Bees .......-........ 3 1 .750 all day and throughout the night I SOUTH Easter Even Saturday, April shortly after midnight-beginning

silver, with a circle of brilliants In time again during that hectic and I Lopez ........................ 2 2 .500 until 6 a. m. Good Friday. 20th, Blessing of the New Fire j PIANO TUNING the: Civil War. .

her dark wavy hair endless evening LesUe eluded Athletics ..........,........ 2 4 .333 Good Friday, Mass of the Pre-I "EL SALVADOR" Pascal Candle, etc. First Mass of
"You look like a moon goddess** James' attempts to get her alone. I sanctified. Veneration of the : Corner Grinnell and Virginia Easter 10 a. m. PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo..

James said to her as he greeted her James felt he never could have The schedule for next week is Cross. the Reproaches. beginningat ;: Streets |. reno. Excellent piano for sale,i 1925-Ford airplane freight

on the portlcoed front veranda"like endured the sharp and continued as follows: Monday Athletics and 6 a. m. Three hour service 12noonto3p.m. (Services in Spanish) TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN i cheap. 1018 Division street. :f flue between Detroit and Chicago

Diana herself. disappointments If U had not been 1 Sunday school, 10 a. m. II mar 201 mo [ ctirted-first commercial aviation
the ten Wednesday Busy
Lopez ; CHURCH
And you as the perfect host have for Jane's gallant support. Easter Even Saturday, April Preaching, 8 p. m. I o i a regular .
Bees and the Athletics; Friday, I -
Good old Jane failed him.
played Jupiter and provided me with never 20th Blessing of the New Fire | Mothers' Club meets Monday, I I FOR.RENT
I charlot.Jane laughed. After: every perfidious snub from Lopez and Busy Bees. (Colored)
my waving
Leslie there Jane was. calling him to This leaves the Bakers and Fun Pascal Candle. etc. First Mass\ of 8p.m. 717 Simonton Street I plane Bremen

toward"See how tbe moon.clear the lady is tonfgbLI some neglected duty claiming a eral Homers two games to play Easter. 8 a. m. i Bible study and prayer service,i Rev. Alfred DeBarritt, Pastor I BICYCLES-WE. RENT by the knded in Canada-' first non-stop. ,
am certain she Is pleased with our favor laughing up at him gaily. and the first half will end. Each Wednesday p. m. Sunday Monday and Tuesdayat I Hour Day or Week. Repair western flight
all makes them, with
party. Look. she Is telling us we telling him how distinguished be club will have played eight game, FLEMING STREET METHODIST!' I 8 p. m., Dr. E. J. Gregg, of I and paint I I

must be a little mad tonight that we looked. . not handsome exactly but four with each club. CHURCHCor. I' "LA TRINIDAD"Revs. the Presbyterian Church U. S. A., Nu-Enamel. We carry a full I CARRYING LIQUOR
1.. Oser and Montero. I I supply of parts. Agent for the
distinguished. She assured him that Jacksonvile
must search out a moonbeam and I will preach. i

dance up and up . Will you go he was an aristocrat to his fingertips Fleming and William StreetsShu'er Pastors I, Sunday school conference at Rollfast and Dayton BieYeles.j YONKERS, N Y.-F C.. Dona
WILLIAM Duval and Angela Streets And sell them low
: no one could mistake It. CATES I as
with ? Will !
me you help me search1"To I Peele Pastor 3:30p.m. hue arrested for speeding.told lheJudge ,
:3 I
James. naturally enough was diverted Sunday school, p. nu downand $1.00: per week. We
tbe ends of tbe world.James .
I ; Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. Wednesday and Thursday at S he waS
this that
answered gallantly. And turned and for the moment from thoughtsof J Service in Spanish, Friday at i' Buy and Sell all makes ,of used in city
WITH NEW CLUB William N. Knowles superintendent p. m., 20 colored views of the school dance
to high
I hurrying a
saw Leslie Harris framed In the suicide on the Harris front I 730p.m.:: 1 I' Bicycles. Phone 276. J.. R.
I in charge. Classes for all resurrection, etc., will be shown with 12 of liquor..
lawn. Nevertheless even while he Stowers 515' Duval. ,cases
: doorway. the
spacious ubiquitousSam company
I I I ages. A new Bible class for young I with song service. !
and under Jane's1attery.
glowed purred
Ing ber Fletcher wrap.Just'behind her carry- be never forgot for a moment 1' LEAVES YESTERDAY FOR adults known as the Wesley Fellowship CHRISTIAN SCI -NCE SOCIETY I 1 Sunrise service in the park for i I street. apr9-tf Subscribe to The Citizen.

Class, has been organized.Morning I colored behind the Trinity
that he meant to have it out people
Leslie was In flesh-colored organ I FOR RE.-T-Niee- large downstairs -
I with Leslie this evening.It SANFORD TO PLAY IN CEN. \ worship at 11 o'clock. 327 Elizabeth Street Presbyterian church. Service atC
die ruffled from waist to hem. How very 'I I> bedrooms
apartment ,
I Sermon subject: "Jesus Enters I Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
sweet she looked; as sweet as a tea was late and supper long over a. m. PiratesCoYeF.Ca. :
I bath, living-room, dining-room,
rose. as sweet as his grandmother. before James' opportunity came and 'I I TRAL FLORIDA LEAGUE Jerusalem As King. Sunday morning service at 11 kitchen front porch and back

Hut damn It. he wished she wouldn't Leslie was finally persuaded to cuta Intermediate Epworth League o'clock. I I Pirate Cove, Florida
smile up at Sam In Just that particular dance and stroll with him to the meets at 3:30 p. m. Miss! Venda- Wednesday evening service at I porch. Apartment 523 Southard entirely 20 Miles From Key West on

way with that smile be had edge of the spacious lawn to Investigate I William Cates, whose tryout line Watkins, superintendent. 8 o'clock. I screened. Apply the Overseas Highway

thought she kept for him alone. whether tbe far famed river with the Dodgers waa given the Young People's Departmentmeets Reading room in Society build (Colored) I II I street. apr3-ltx

**l bope we are not Interrupting." view was living up to expectations ,I approval of Casey Stengel manager at 7:00 p. m. Miss Mary ing open Tuesdays and Fridays Corner Division and Thomas Sts..! I SWIMMING POOL
H. R. Hill pastor FEMALE HELP. WANTED.
In the moonlight. I I :I FINE. CUISINE
said Leslie forward. "I'm ,
coming of the team, left yesterday' Felton, president. frv'n 3 to 5 o'clock.
Out luck against James thatnlgbt. Sunday::; school, 9:30 a. m. !.
afraid little and 1 was Accoaunodat9nsWrite
we are a early for Sanford where he will becomea Evening worship service at 8:00 ; First Class
Hardly had they reached the I Preaching, 11 a. m. ..
know and Jane have a lot of
you member of that team in the Central o'clock. Subject of THE SALVATION ARMY spsretime $5 to $15 weekly. or Telephone for '
things to talk over. We'll come back edge of the shadows when Jamei "Jesus and the City." Junior A. C. E. League meets I I. ; .
Florida League. Dignified Reservations
later.: heard his name called. I sermon:1 at 5:39: p. m. Experience unnecessary. "
"Your aunt wants you." said Les Cates was assigned to second Special Palm Sunday Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer Senior A. C. E. League meets work. Send stamp for par- Retest $$.00 to $7J)0) Par Day, ,

base with the Gainesville team There will be services in Charge 899 I.
'\/OU'RE not early." said James lie. at 6:15: p. m. ticulars. HAWKINS, Dept. American PUIEFMISUCAA

I hastily. "Jane and I settled "Oh no. she's calling Tom." lied and was ready to play when the ning during Holy Week beginningat 1002 Fleming Street Evening service 8 p. m. Box 75, Hammond, Ind. Hi -.-n1 -_

everything a week a:o. Here let me James shamelessly. directors decided they would give I I 8 o'clock. The pastor will Company meeting (Sunday Weekly Services aprlS-ltx

have your cloak. "1 distinctly beard her say James." the position as second sacker toPittnian I bring a suitable message each eve- tthool), 9:30 a. m. Tuesday 7:30 p. m., Class. j I II I -

Til keep It." Sam answered grimly "That's because you wanted to hear of Gainesville. : ning with a communion service Holiness meeting! 11 a. m. I I Friday 7:30 m., choir re- I WEARING APPAREL

"l. slle and I want to take a 1L And even if you did it's nothingmore Returning to KeyVest.. Cates''I: being held on Thursday evening. Y. P. L. meeting, 6:10p.. m. hearsal. p. I NE'VUI

walk. to see the grounds. This Is too Important than'to dance with was here but two days when he Salvation: meeting.. 7:45 a. m. I I LADIES' FINE SILK HOSEv almost 1 : .

swell a olgbt to waste poking around some wall flower or say goodnight received a telegram from Manager l: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTCHURCH ,i I perfect, ,pairs,t ,$1.00; I

Ind orLr to some dowager. MIXED BIBLE CLASS ,satisfaction. H .
Barnes of the Sanford team, CHURCH ; postpaid; guaran-
JnJee "But htll_ you right not. I ;i
"I! with .TOO. Jane said ECONOMY'nOSIERY .
him Ijij terms :v; teed. I ; -
telling to name .own
look.lightly.Leslie."Hello Did Sam.your Hpw mother I lor' !f m grqp*k -.| ,iot; tell to let toe yoaout. wbj yoatoufb Dzy&h.uDW'c : Ueated ,I tO; play, '.,,thJtejrgaVtizatiOn.This ; ;' j J. C. Gekeler Pastor Sam B. Pinder and W. ,P. Monti- (Colored) CO., Asheboro, N. Cl aprl3.ltz: 11 I SMOOTH. ".:SHAVING_. BiAftE"
cino. Teachers 'I
me these last two weeks as It I were Cates did. The terms were Corner of White and Washington Southard: Street Between'Thomas I .., '- r." !\ "i" fI
that Ureas? She's a wonder If she MliC.
did." .I some nasty little bug trying to crawl acceptable. He left yesterday for I Streets This class! meets every Sunday and Emma .Streets I FORSEVERAL SALE I $ Th1kWPrIl t "II Id I-

down your neck. Sanford accompanied by Mrs I Sunday school at 10. a. m. A.. morning at the Harris School' auditorium :William Perkins Pastor I
1 made it myself. Leslie
and KchUr I
10 ,o'clock. Men and DELCa
iwereU. "You're gorgeous tonight. "Silly11 never . Cates. C. Elgin.. superintendent. ai G. Williams, Missionary: Leader *

Jane dear. James Is right; you do "Sssssssh! Someone's, coming this The Adult Bible Class is taughtby women not connected with any Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 light plants' cheap. Diesel, En-

way.' .......................t the pastor. other Bible Class and regardless o'clock. gines. P. 0. Box 211, Tampa
look a moon goddess.Tbe party can't
Hastily James pulled Leslie Into o'clock. of denomniations are invited to Fla. mar23-30;apr6-13-20-21
,. help but be wonderful with Diana Morning worship at 11 Church services, 11 o'clock in
and." she paused and gave a Little the darkest shadow and stood In Today'sAnniversaries Sermon topic: "The Royal Entrance attend. the morning.Y. -
front of her to shield her light dress. FOR. SALEFIXE .
"and In :Mrs. Gekeler will sing
throaty chuckle Jupiter P. M. V. S. meeting, 5:30
command. Come on. Sam. Let's go As he did *o his heart gave a great I John Prindle Scott's "Ride On! CHURCH OF GOD o'clock HAND Yellow

and explore.moonbeam Perhaps If ourselves.we're lucky i glad divinity leap-the did not first protest In days but-stood for his as I .............. 0 a 0 S...S Ride On!" o'clock. 1106 Olivia Street Prayer p. meeting m. every Wednes.I I Pine SECOND Lumber,, Sash. Blinds, and

we'll find a I Evening worship at 8
obediently still and quiet as the 1721-John Hanson Maryland's day night at 7:30 p. m. Doors. Will do business at, anytime
She Sam's hand and ran I Morning service at 11 o'clock.
S .' I Sermon: "Who Is This? Atwood
great black oak that sheltered them. I patriot Revolutionary leader and I I C. Knowles 917 Windsor I II
with him down the steps out into tbe } Sands will sing "The Palms." | Sunday school. 3:30 p. m.
scented moon-drenched garden. her Nor did uhe move when James I:, president of Congress, born in Services each night of Holy l Sunday night service 7:15: NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH 'I I Lane, apr3-2t'

laughter Coating behind ber. Jane reached back and caught one hand j I Charles Co., Md. Died near<< there, ; o'clock. i! _

slipped ber arm through James'. and held It tight. I I Nov. 22, 1783. TVeek. The sermons will of treat the i| Evangelistic service Wednesday (Colored) '!! OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

"I'm afraid." she said lightly"that "James. James, where are your I some event of each day A. T. McCaskuX PastorM. bundles for 5c.' The Citizen OfI -
Saviour's last week. Services will 7:15 p. m.
called Miss Sarah anxiously. "Oh.
Leslie Is making fun of us. I'm afraid A. Moreno, Recording Steward I fice. octl6
there I am relieved. That begin at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer and praise service, Fri I I
are. so
1 was a little sentimental about the you j 1732-Jonathan Carver, early I Ii Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary
dreadful drunken Mr Harris . ." i American traveler and explorer of day, 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meeting -Jl
500 J
moon. But It's a night for sentiment. j Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. J MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. \ I'" *iCTMCBfATprriMMOIMC JT

1 can stand It If you can. And perhaps Copyright, list Mated 0. Fam\am) 'I'the region beyond the Mississippi I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday service 11 a. m. j sheets $1.25. The Artman d rettn
we ought to go In and find your James got through a difficult born in Connecticut. Died Jan. LatU Mission I Evening worship 7 o'clock. Press Citizen Building .

Aunt Sarah. As a matter of fact she i cent, Monday. 31, 1780. I Eaton Street, Between Duval and
I Services Sundays Tuesdays and

._ ._ I Simonton Streets
'- --- - Thursday, conducted by Rev.
James S. Day, Pastor - ........I.I1'oday's LUCKY ACCIDENT 1735-(200( years ago) Isaac Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Charles E. Lazo.

: !; Low, the New York merchant and I Morning worship at 11 o'clock.An Sunday school, 9:30: a. 'a.SAINTPETER'S Hog4s4zke'I
............. oo..1 ing several days, a cow's dislocated 1 Congress who suddenly turned will be the singing of "The Palms"by j CHURCH' :' ; ;

hip was knocked! back into [ Loyalist and had to flee to Eng- The mn..,, '
Eugene: L. "'idal. U. S. Directorof Ii i Avery Johnson. pastor ,
automobile road i! land born near New Brunswick. i (Colored) ACCEPTING IMrrdnoNS
Aeronautics Madfcon. I place by an on a I II speaks on "Attitude or Action. ,
born at near this city. N J. Died in England, July 25r Training Union l Center Street Between Peh-onia
The Baptist .
S I)., 10 years ago I. 1791.i o'clock. and Olivia __ > r>'V To ace cite w8"1 'I'i.,100% ....,**** .
meets at 7 "
I I Holy Week Services 1. VeSKfe to. MADE Dt BALTIMORE. ram nor
-- Green Hay is the name of a I Evening worship at 8 o'clock. \
Palm Sunday, April 14th,. for \ Day '100%. Pen Paint .ttM"oft&a:1IMDII' I
farmer living the town of i "The Sixth Senseof
John W. Davis of New York. near i 1743-Thomas Jefferson, next I Sermon subject! eeverJepllcaequL '
ing.. Distribution and BleSS-j 3ci .. ,
law\er. onetime Presidential Eagleville Tenn.ernorGeneral ; to Washington and Lincoln among I I Man." The choir will render I I .bAitaiuu_ Pu Paint cnnfin ;'with
candidate of Palms. Sung Mass 8 a. Davis, 100% > =..
., born at Clarksburg, W. i I the Presidents Virginia statesman. "When Daylight Fades" by Meredith Evensong and Benediction of all pore paint tawt, aaot it tKa. aoly- .JlliAe' ::.::.--
of the
Va.. fi'2:! years ago. Philippines. ,!! born at Shadwell Va. Died at Mrs, Robinson and Raymond the Most Blessed Sacrament 7 p.i ....PUI9' that cairia guar nt J perky"' =
I born -12 years ago. ;1 Monticello, Va.. July 4, 1826. Johnson will sing the duet part of 'I '
I I 3 ;
I Jr. of this .selection. in.Tuesday April 16th. Mass, 7.. a..'. p43, : (bek tor this Guam****.fa'Label-*:
Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, presi-i John Hays Hammond t ---- ___ .....,, "- .. ........ -
1852 Frank W. Woolworth m, ________ WI hi's__ 'nhaay f aa.' -
I-nt of Stanford Univ., ex-Secre!. Gloucester. Mass., famed inventor SEVENTH, 'DAY ADVENTISTS . An"a _. ..... b _.. Rs1fl .. ......... ,........ ..Ieno17
who started his first store on a Wednesday, April 17th. evening '
of the Interior, born bore 47 years ago. .
tary at I capital of $50 and wrote his name i 1017 Fleming Street. service, 7:30 p. m. 1IEB.l1WIISat: 4'4 f ; ML. MOIE.MI;
Iowa 60
Boonesboro ,
years ago. R< v. Dr. Henry Pereira Mendes large on the roll of American business .R.. T. Sawyer Teacher Maundy Thursday. April 18th Cora bt&t Wm .Sire i

of New York famed Rabbi, born born at Rodman N. Y. Died ,l Bible study Friday 7:30 p. m. Sung Mass!' holy Communion' G. C. ROBERTS

Frank 1urpily.oi etroit.Goy.i 83 years ago. ___ _' April 8, 1919,. ._ __ __-' Sabbath service, 10:30 a. .in. Procession of the Blessed Sacra -






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......................... ...................... ........................)! BREAKS ICE AND I ,
J 1..1[ DROWNS
:PERSONAL MENTION,Today's Horoscope

SOCIETY ........................ CROMWELL Conn.-On their, Cortez-Vinia Bruce
:-: : : ON ATTENDANCE I I........................i ON USED CARSNavarro way to take a pan of mash to a ,; --inSHADOW ---
There is a little lack of the I''calf, two brothers, Stanley Smie- l

.................................................. EASTERSERYICE] B.rail D.yesterday Trevor was afternoon a passengerby goingon power of selection in the character gal 12, and Walter Smiegal, 10, Two Comedies OF and DOUBT Short Reel

of this city, broke through the ice
Special Program Arranged For a business: trip to Miami. of the work, but the life generally Inc., today announces on the Sebethe River and were'' Matinee: 15-lSc; Night; 15-25c
falls into proper channels that their Annual Clearance sale

Tonight At Habana-Madrid Club SHOWS RESURRECTION AN- Mr. and ?Irs. Louis Martin left :I and ends in success. The thing to to move used cars is now in full drowned. -----:1 I

yesterday afternoon for their I be particularly avoided is evil associations swing. Special efforts are being I : I

-- SWERS HUMANITY'S DEEP. home in Cleveland. I for the influences of made to sell all used cars quickly. KEY WESTCOLONIAL
For lovers of good entertainment furnished as usual by two orchestras I YOU BE THE JUDGE!
I the day lead toward l loss throughthe The display rooms of this auto- i;j :
as ;well as dance enthusiasts, Louis.Carbonell's dance band EST YEARNINGS AND NEEDS Mrs. William Demeritt returned envy of others. mobile company will be open tonight 1;] -Try- I HOTEL

the weekly floor shows and dances and the' Rhumba band.Tonight's PERTAINING TO OCCASION yesterday from a visit of several : and tomorrow morning in i! Cremate Coffee 'I
contains Quality In the Center
several of the Businessand
program order that those interested in
.at the Habana-Madrid Club are days with relatives and friends in PLEA FOR THE ONCE-BORN cars I|
first-rate numbers, including
Miami. might personally inspect large I( Theater District
real ,treats. "The Continental," to be dancedby I lb. 2Oc
(By Alec. Allan) used car I I
Tonight will be Gala Night at Miss Dollis Burchell and Gerald By REV. ALFRED de BARRITT First Class-Fireproof-
a All have been thoroughly
Miss :Mary Jane Lowell was an Of ecstasy, sublimity, cars !)
this popular club 'and the manage- Pinder; Helen Curry will sing several Easter involves! the whole mat- arrival from Miami yesterday and Thou art the all in all; reconditioned in the repair depart- !j One Trial Will Make Youa Sensible Rates
Iment' has prepared a good pro- new songs and Ernest Sanchezis ', ter of survival after death. The will remain with relatives in- Thou art seen in a man in bird ment and are late model cars i Steady Customer
gram,'introducing many new scheduled for some popular 1934, 1933 and 1932 !! COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
num-'I implications of this specific event definitely.Dr. and beast, mostly
bers. For dancing, music song hits.Arrange. I'I models. 808 ASHE STREET
I And yet. some will not call I
. are brought before us in the. Carafe Elevator
-..- ---- and Mrs. Armando Cobo The One who willed Phone 683-W
Easter service, and it will do us Popular Prices
and little daughter Consuclo, who The waves be still'd Subscribe to The Citizen.HOLTSBERG'S.
Making Ready For Play For good and nothing but good to reconsider I
were spending several days in :Miami Out in the mighty deep. _
May Day Festival Monday Evening this important event at where the doctor attended a I

I Eastertime.The clinic held by the Florido Dental O' Lord, arise, J i

Candidates for the title of, Arrangements have been made resurrection answers hu Association, returned yesterday. Open their eyes I New shipment of Ladies and

"May Queen" have been selected I for staging a play, entitled "Eat manity's deepest yearnings and From out this earthful sleep-, Children's SPRING DRESSES ( I I I

from the three Young People's Your Cake and Have It," at the needs, and at the Easter service I Simmons Edgar, retired officers; just received: in time for hi
League of the city's Methodist'I Salvation Army headquarters on I of the P. and O. S. S. Comlany,1 More than 845,000 automobiles I Easter. In Silk, Crepe Organdy I I

churches to be crowned at the Monday evening, beginning at 8 I thu .experience of a risen Christ j! who was spending a few days with were registered! in Los Angeles Mouucline de Soie, I

annual May Day Festival spon-: o'clock. will become more real and operative II relatives in Miami, returned yesterday county, Cal. I Etc. I I I
in our lives. We hare just received a
sored by the Island City Union on An interesting program in connection I 1 1 1
The shipment of Shoes and Hats =
testimony of most earnest Mr. and f
May LEdna : with the play will also be brother and sister-in-law.
for Easter Dresses. I t
and honest people is that the will .
Mrs. Gilbert Goshorn, and 1 ICE i
is candidate -I Gilbert who I
Mae Thompson! put on, and an enjoyable evening's Thompson, was
thought of survival after death I with her BOBOLINK SILK HOSE I usi
return in M .
!rom the Fleming Street entertainment is promisedall spending a while with relatives in
I brings them a new consciousnessof mother. Mrs. G. N, Goshorn. whois in the new Spring Colors: t <
Church League, Lois Sawyer from who/attend. Key West, left yesterday for Miami I ( I < ,
I *
the First'Methodist' Church League ---,- power for and energy: and fits in Miami attending Vie. BernStar } Evening, Tropica, Tea- I i A 1 IT'S\ PURER- I II
them .
and Roberta Matcovitch' from, th9..a0{ J'lDPuIaramong the young people -I greater service to their Convention I Dance, Distingue, Trot- I x
fellow man and at the Easter .
'Lfe'y Memorial Church'LeagueA of the city this, Harry, Beaver left yesterday teur, Antelope, and Nu- I LASTS LONGER!
city ;vide tampaignffor votes: : "allot boxes have, been placedin.businesshousesthroughout !lof service is the central thought afternoon for Miami to meet his Mrs. J. B. McClu .ky who Has\; tone. I
is being carried on by!'members,of ; the the people gathered there. father, ,T. A. Beaver, who has been visiting._b.ersister! Mrs. I J Every pair guaranteed ICE REFRIGERATORS
', said He had come
the three leagues arid close con-:!.city. Votes :ivll be, ,tabulated,; Jesus from been under treatment there for Susan B. Whalton... at the re3-| :money back without eonversajtion. .
above from His father's horie. !
'test is p dicted" 's all three girl 1 1 1'f 'I every, week,, it. is elated.. several months, and return with dence of her nepheiv. Stephen|t. t Bobolinks are sold el.1: e i-Mhde of -all me l-c(lulp-
>Hp\ also declared that lIe would I ; J
I him. Whalton, left for Miami Thur- elusively! in Key West at
-- return "ascend to His Father," in day where she will visit with I I HOLTSBERG'S. I pod with WATER COOLERSThey're I Ie

I proof of that statement He rosei another nephew, J. C. Whalton r
Mrs. Virginia Bunney, teacherof MONDAY SALE
OUTSTANDING ISSUES CONFRONTING I i from the dead, and has declared Economical
stenography with the FERA, and family, before returning Children's Easter Dresses sizes
I i that His followers shall never die. has resigned her position and returned -. her home in Glenwood. la. 3 to 10, regular $2.45, on I %' 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

At Easter time His disciples will ....... $1.98
LAWMAKERS IN STATE LEGISLATURE yesterday to her home in I Satisfaction ,
meet millions of people who know Jacksonville. She is succeededby Georgette Dresses sizes 7 to I I k

I this to be true. hence they vill Mrs. Grace 12, regular $3.93;;, on sale .
want to attend the Easter service. Crosby. I t Monday .' ........ .*... $2.95 ( Priced atI
By MAXWELL HUNTER) !| At any rates there is a feeling Is Here- Beautiful New Silks reducedfor
The struggle for ]life, and all Spring I
TALLAHASSEE, April 13.-, that if the legislature( fjl''ovides' life means, i is keen severe and Mrs. Hubert( Cruz and childl'en"" Monday, reg. $1.35. on I $30 $35

The first week of Tallahassee activities 1 the one million requested by the abo bing. It is so to accompanied by Mrs. Cruz's sale .. .. ........ .' ..... ._ $1.00 and q'I
indicated at least three i administration to fix up the become very material. To easy mother, fibs Lulu Griner, left New Easter Dresses just
1. A violent distaste for state hospital for the insane and very grow yesterday to spend! about two Easter Is HereTime -- opened up, 14 to 20. on sale i EASY TERMS 10 DAYS
things. other so felfish and unchristian. There weeks with relatives in Miami. Monday........ ............_ $5.95 I -
that institutions there
the 1929 tax foreclosure law < public I FREE TRIAL I*,
are a thousand things to lead usI Boys' Suits with Coats-White I
foreshadows its crippling or de- will be no pressure to get the to think about new I
away from the teachings of the Linen and Gabardines, on
unless 1 balance. The has'I Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Riser, EASTER: FOOTWEAR and 1 ( Il; I
struction. 2. New taxes government Christ. Easter is a sharp and yet 1 bale ...... . $1.98 to $3.98 THOMPSON ICE CO.
toned down will about savings' i signified its willingness to allow(!! a beautiful reminder, that the invisible who were spending a few days: in I time to visit The Store of Boys' Cream Flannel Pants, i I
Key \\.cst with Mr. Kiser's Fashion and see the !\mal'test'Ladies' INC.
from homestead exemption and Mles
and Raiford be credited parents, Mr. and Mj-s. T. L. Kiser II Children's White Easter Shoes
the proposed abolition of state i to as rep| .
visible things are transient. Easter shown. Phone No, 8
; ,
I (I. ever
millage. 3. The flood tide favoring i lief money. i ii will in the fight. 1218 Duval street, left yesterday'for } I Pumps and Oxfords regular
help us ( : .... I
$10,500,000 for the schools!i Old age pensions ranked next Miami where Mr. Kiser wills} Our new White Shoes are $2.75, on bale $1.98
"Shall man alone, for whom all i I
this season Butter Brown Boys' Shoes,
seems'sure. be connected with the Red Cross I especially popular
: to schools in of
ebb but $10.000,000 variety proposals
may else revives, i . the new Combinations are Black and White sizes 1 to i
!1 I for getting money. Licensing of No resurrection know? Shall man Pharmacy.Miss } adorable. All sizes includingA. I C, on sale ...............-. .. $3.50 I I t t
Actual accomplishments were]I gambling establishments, state' alone AA and AAA. J See Window for Other Specials I
restricted to postponement ofj: tax on dogs taxes on cigars,' Imperial man, be sown in barren: Marguerite Goshorn left Make your choice now while I

dates for closing tax books and! cigarettes tobacco and Fort groundLess yesterday afternoon forIiami": to our stock is complete. I . ,. .
-- - -
for annual tax sales to June 1,'I drinks, and the doubling of the I privileged than grain, on spend a short time with )her: HOSIERYfor - - -

and July 1, respectively. ||:' pari-mutuel take at race tracks' which he feeds?" the Easter Outfit I .

The week-end recess left the I[comprised the initial thought on It is easy to say why Key West :. Just received a beautiful assortment

senate's measure to include every-! this subject. I Ii ers should attend the Easter serv of Ladies Silk Stockings -

body regardless of marital status I i Bond interest strongly intrench-: ice. It would be difficult to finda I I ARONOVITZ for Easter. Also Chil.1

under homestead exemption ready' cd but for the time being cautious sound reason why they should 'II dren's Silk and :Mercerized ,

for a house vote. Immediate pas-' and playing a waiting game!: flay away. Our most beautiful DEPARTMENT STORE Socks. "

sage of the $100.000 appropriation -I''were greeted with bond debt I'I park, the palms the sea with its,. SMART NEW EASTER
for a rush census to be finished -' moratorium proposeals in both murmur of the infinite; the public 618 DUVAL STREET I SILK DRESSES- !

by May 15 was also delayed' houses but are not greatly! disturbed -I school so near reminding us of. I You'll surely find your I

on account of a house amendment.! as sentiment in this 'lirt! c-J the love of Easter's Christ for the Large showing I Easter Dress among our large I
Assault the 1929 tax foreclosure tion has not crystalized into I collection . featuring dressesin
on a child; the church on the grounds EASTER DRESSES
law, said to have been(t ;serious threat. | striving to win men for Easter's I alll! styles and materials. I WITH FOR

enacted at the instigation of bond,i With the administration definitely -i risen Lord-all these things are for Children, Misses and JUST ARRIVED-A new 0 pE

interests, is seen to have a two-'' out of the state refunding within short distance of where the Ladies at Popular Prices shipment of Junior's Dresses in I II
In sizes
fold purpose. Foremost i is retaliation -!I picture the municipal; 'league bill Sunrise Easter will be held this smart dashing styles. I
11, 12 and 13.
'against those who attacked: ;i 'to yet up a state organization invoking 'par-and all combine to make the Children's Silk Crepe and I I 75 Ladies' Silk Dresses aizell''

the 1933 Futch law permitting po icfc powers to ret the Easter service a thing of joy. Taffeta Dresses" each$1.00
I I 12 to 44, I If
property owners to use cheap courts to determine the capatity Women were the first at the each . ... .. $3.95ATTENTION.
bond in part settlement of delinquent of a taxing district to pay apparently Easter finding of their Lord, so I 0

taxes. Next is preparationfor will have no opposition close with the prayer of a devoted Children's Silk Dresses, ,
the introduction of sales tax I except from bond committees. This woman for Easter-time: sizes 1935 GRADUATES Ii
: from 3 to 14 years,
legislation. At least a dozen bills j measure was held back for the "Like Easter lilies, pure and each- Special shipment GRADUATION .
have appeared in both houses governor's perusalhen other white and ALUMNAE

directed in some form against the1tax 1 league legislation was introduced. Make, Thou our hearts, 0 Lord, of S1.98 I DRESSES in all styles received 1 '., .
I Lii.
-,foreclosur6'law. I| .Conflict ,seems inevitable!" be.t'.e'n -I light f selection't Make your wait I .' '' UOI'OIr'r.!" !U! .:.1. ... J y .__._._;.______J J5ae

In the first 'a&-! &rtment of; cities and-(counties before Like Easter lilies let them be till theLadies last week. .. p.clC::, Nutpong! ...." ;.....,... t

il8s'tor producing Schools'l funds'l things ; progress much further.I Sweet. chalices' of love, to "Thee.. I SPECIAL ATTENTION I : hvu C.. '(! It.
including removal l of Hhe I Counties want to ado. -away, with the -UG': HGnt.

rvht of gas from the general j'! law ivrfing them to split fifty- SAMPLES CIDER I I' TO GRADUATES I Dresses,Voile sizes!" up:and to 54),;'laXltlw1 newest -'j .' VUfr.IObG' Burg "tl1'flIC' f'! .,
funds an1' fifty with- cities general! highway .
income tax. two on ( ..
varieties of taxes on amusements! taxes collected inside of city SEATTLE, "Wa-A.-Judge Dal- I i New Net Organdy, permanent out- Dlfulnc! ;' ., t J- I I l .{,; '.. I I' u 4 s t j

and a drivers' license fee, no:limits. Aware of this cities are ton of this city took a lengthy; finish, just the $1.00 AND S1.95 ('&1U: .. .LI.ObC9! : Of- :: f1'j: n 1 "; ''J 'i jrl,

sales tax bill appeared. | prepared to resist and will attemptto judicial swallow of cider offered l I thing for GraduationDressesin Stock of '.1hlurTi- . ..'ff ;,f;I r I/t1Jltllj rz'VA.i'

With school financing riding; amend the law to compel monthly in evidence. said it was O. K., and I all 65c See NEW our HAT Large FASHIONS WlU

the crest. the school lobby sud-i distribution of this tax money. released Mrs. Emma Crocker 1 pastel shades yard I Just in time for Easter- m
Icily discovered itself overly''i Cities are also expected to lock charged with selling it. He also I shipment Hand Blocked Ladies' .I E OR YOUR OLD STOVE

conspicuous and attempted tOt horns with realty interests on over-I scored the officer who arrestedher. f We have a large assort- Hats. Really the latest thing I

scurry for cover. Realizing that Jall, limitation, and the latter are I in Millinery I Breakfast ready in a jiffy . no waiting on the cofCee-
ment of Dress Materials
with the Florida Tax ___ _
set to tangle
the governor's suggested use of. / I
now going to countyibond i Revision League on the matter of including the new Shadow BEAUTIFUL! because the quick, sure speed of gas starts it "perking"right

gas money payments as an alternative:abolishing all ad valorem taxes on MONROE THEATERGeorge Organdies, Voiles Chiffons I LINSON'S Our up-to-date SILKS stock is the of;Jargest MAL- I away. It i is ready, as black as you like it, by the l

to a sales tax was not to be'' /eal estate. Realtors sponsor aboli- Raft-Carole Lombardin Checker Nub, Seer- and best we've ever' had. time eggs are scrambled and toast made

taken seriously! schools forces tion of state millage, and a limit - suckers, Etc., at Popular I Weights and weaves for any I II Instant heat . perfectly controlled . gives modern
found themselves perched embarrassingly -!!ten local millage. RUMBAMatiiee I Prices. and every desired garment are
I cooking-with-gas an advantage which no other cooking
high on thea I e.s tax I I I included.
4 : Balcony, IOc; Orchestra I method offer. You have
1 can finger-tip control of not.
roost. Subsequent maneuvers have' The University of Michigan I| 15-20c: Night; 15-25c I Figured Batiste, fast NEW SPRING PIECE GOODS
therefore been to get out of the,, zoological expedition to the inte- colors, 3 yards I I Every wanted material in I one, two or three speeds-but of literally a thousand!

spot, although when it comes to' rior of Guatemala is collectingrare i I for _ _. 50c I Checked. Striped Plaid or You can always have exactly the heat you want, simply
a. showdown a ales tax will nut fishes and mollusks in rivers I I Flowered patterns. A- complete -
by turning valve.
stock in every ( detaiL a
be scorned. said to have no outlet to the sea. Our style selections of I ,
I I Prices are right.MONDAY .
Service .i
Passenger '
Indications that the *
are delugeof I -
new tax schemes, unless curbed i I II NEW SPRING SHOES for SPECIALSTransparent I Arrange NOW to enjoy the sureness and, speed of cook- .
I Men and Chil-
will pile on a burden nearly I WESTNElf'VORK Women Organdy, yd.. 30c I ing this modern way. The liberal allowance for your old s"
dren are models of grace- '
double the relief for i.t.
hoped from l\1ou
stove makes
it to
yard'$1.0O t so easy change to a modern gas range
fulness, pleasing to the
homestead exemption the almost I .
per ,
.. .. during our Spring Range Sale. Come in TODAY and .
certain abolition of ad valorem eye and flattering to the Organza, all 'color,1:' ,& $1.00 -

levies for state purposes, an\I' i I / feet. Whites, Blacks, I All. colors A I-Over Lace for make your selection.

the possible wiping out of }poll I; I Browns, two-Tone Combinations Dresses, yd. .....-. ..*. 69c I V

taxes. j IA I of Leathers and 40 inch 'Silk Flat Crepe; all
have been R. colors yard
Savings; estimated; CROSSED EYES S. S. "Henry Mallory"Fridays Cloths. Low and high --

to reach around 9000.000 an- 12 26 10 JUST IN-Large ...hipmentBoys' I '
nually whereas proposed additional , and alternate Fridays I heels.POPULAR Suits, including Linen .
rc\nue. including: lot all far-sighted children thereafterDue PRICESfEASTER Suits and Sailor Suits, 1, 2. i . .

$3: 000.000 for relief, has been f!]I I. are cross-eyed but practically and 3 pieces. I .
New York Tuesdays A. M.
calculated to exceed 16000000. all cross-eyed children are far- SUITS Oar stock is complete for ....aa1K ... IN.1.U .Nt fH/1M tial/UH ...... NIi rae.tira ....
In the matter of relief the sighted. When we correct the 1st Class $45 the Easter Season in every de I .r-4 +a ...-..yrwr.Lirr.r.a.YId. ai1' -.... ...wWl ,

government's ukase that $250,000 far-sight, the crossed eyes be- Fare .._.... FOR BOYS AND MENIn tail.

a month be provided to keep,, come straight. 3rd! Class $25 New I
Fare _....
federal dollars rolling is not
Bring your child in today pinch-back models. Nice '

greatly The governor's worrying the silence lawmakers on two I\ for a complete examination. Including Meals and BerthC. selection of White Sport Florida Public Utilities Company

E. SMITH, Agent, Key West
of the three millions had led to DR. J. A. VALDES Pants for Boys; and Men. City's Leading Ladies Store
the belief that he has figured out Orthtffon Soft-Lite Licensee ) CLYDE-MALLORY POPULAR PRICES J I.: APPELROUTH ,JACK R. HYMAN Sales ManagerAGE

some! system to match convict !
J 532 Dural Street II | .
labor against government cash.


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