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 20, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Associated Press Day Wire Key West, Florida, has the

Service. I b e. 1CP 43cst Citizen\ 1 I most equable weather in the

For 55 Years Devoted to the country; with an average
Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit

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House Tradition' Upset When RADIO SPEAKER Elaborate Program Arranged I Californian!! In Congress Would Change

Harbor Bill Was Easily Voted, MISREPRESENTS VARIETY OFFISHCLAIMED i For Easter Sunrise ServiceAt Committee Name Command Respect

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Accusation Of 'Pork Bar! CONDUCTS SURVEY I' THERE WERE SOME Tomorrow I - I II -


rel' Not Hurled At Ad- OF BIRD HABITS 1 SO VARIETIES IN LOCAL Elaborate: preparation have the production of the Pirates of!,

Peiizance. J. J. Trevor will Title Causes
WATERS; SHOULD HAVE been completed for the devotional lll.e-I FERA AWARDED WRITES MALONE
ministration As In Former side at the piano. I t I
BEEN MULTIPLIED BY 13 'Easter services at sunrise tomor- In this Oratorio there are Much Merriment Among

Days ASSISTS FEDERAL BIOLO. ; i.1 row morning at Bayview Park solos which will be sung by vocal-I i RECALLS RECENT VISIT TO]I Colleagues

I, Key West boosters are up when thousands of Key Wetter I bts of ability, who have been : KEY WEST AND RETURN
CICAL BUREAU heard in other of in i iI
types song
HERBERT PLUMMER i arms from Key West to Jacksonville I will assemble to commemorate DISCHARGES I I
By I j Key Nest but have never in a TO WASHINGTON
A...M-lalrd .Pre.l over a statement made by a I I the greatest event in religious history composition of such magnitudeand i I GIVEN TO OVER FOUR HUN- By HERBERT PLUMMER
WASHINGTON April 20.- .uoe.1 I .111 .ts.ueialyd I'r.....
known entertainer the '
widely over I Gaul's majestic
; i beauty as
William W. Iemritt) ,
of the world, the resurrec- DRED WHO PUT IN RE. WASHINGTON April 20.-A
There wasn't much said about tendent of lighthouses, who is assisting radio, who in a broadcast several i Oratoria. I George II. U rn. United States I
it'l nights said there were about j i tips of'thtf Savior. The following are those that! QUIRED TIME AS PROMISED I 65-year-old congressman,
but the other day the house ; the Federal Biological ,i ago, secretary<< of war, \\ritnig to Mayor\ i!; apparently
will take .part in the service: .
representatives patted a river Survey in determining the migratory ', 50 varieties of fish caught in the I I. On this day of the year there Sopranos: Mesdames Lena Collins :I 1- r' William H. Malone, from Washington tired of being the bull

and harbor bill. i! habits of the mourning dove I waters near this city. {: ia i recalled to those who have suffered Doris Doughtry, J. K. DavenI 1I Honorable discharge certificates I 1). C., under date of April of joihirg from his colleagues, is

has recently received several communications One prominent steamboat official port, Camille Gray J. L. Ley, C. I14 I I recalls: his visit to Key Westland :
t the lot of loved the
I II one, : from the Key West Volunteer II determined to deprive metnb-rt
Time wu when the mere mention from Washington; !I who asked for the authentic L. Hebhore, Wm. H. Wjiite, Earl the return to the capital Mr.1Derr.'s )t'I
promise of a reunion in the hereafter Hathaway. Misses Edna A1 bury,I: Work Corps were. issued toItlO I' of the house of one of their
information the number of :
of each, legislation on capitol as to letter is: reproduced below:!
headquarters.One I Alec Curry, Emily Crosland. Olive persons in three days Thursday,!
hill. prompted the cry of "pork of the birds banded in Key I I varieties, did not believe, nor do i,': and a promi.. .of a' richer : Day 'Susan LeKin, Frances Lower ,i I Friday and Saturday that the'I "After I leaving Key West: Mrs.I, frvorite jokes

West on December 7, 1P34, was many others, that the statement': and happier life whicla. will last i Nellie\ T. Russell, Edith Williams'I i certificates have been issued, it, Dern. and I spent sumeiadditional ;: lie is Charles J. Colden of California .

"pork barrel" and to on. One i.killed by C. Camaras, at Jlerida,i i I''by the broadcaster was made in a : I I Clara Yates. I i was announced this morning at}:f; time in Florida and did not get j j
for all
i : eternity.- chairman of the Louse
Mexico. 12 just ;
Yucatan January ,
heard each a* late at the spring I. I| desire to disparage the stories I Altos Mcsdamc-s Carl Ber- the headquarters of the Key West] home until Saturday afternoon.

of 1930. : > I one month and five days after the :'I I about fish to be caught in these !; In the morning .o'clock at the valdi, James S. Day, John C. I I Administration. I I|( This is, therefore, my first opportunity |, committee of) lhe>,,disposition of
bird had been banded Mr.
by -, :
park, the first greetings to a Gekeler Camille Robinson, Alline Must of tc who have f
waters. They are convinced the I i I : ,; persons ( to thank you formally for,] useless executive .
That was,the,last time in which j I and, .released. {I speaker was misinformed or unin- glorious morn will be sung by a Talle)'. Leo Williams Misses Norma i received ccruficatcs so far have i'( the gracious hospitality: which you ]I II papers..Assigned
Another .bird which carried
a i vested choir of 50 voices composed Whitmarsh. I been relief clients, although a: to this at. the be.girning .
a rivers and harbor bill wa !I i released I! teirtionally erred. i Yates, llary I extended to Mrs. Dern ana the on'' post
i I band showing\ to have been As a matter of truth there are of young men and women I I,I T'norsIessrs.! Geo. F. Archer,I.I few persons in the city have al- the occasion of our trip to Key of the session by
cleared through congress. I I from Key West in September.I! approximately thirteen times the! from the various churches. The Edmund Curry. Delphine) Teal, L. { ready turned in their cards, it was We t. Your kindness in being one f present

There was no such accusation 1 1932. was killed January 24, 1935, I! number 50, varieties of fish! in ringers have been carefully rehearsed A. Seaborn, N. B. Shannahan,!i said.! When non-relief clcints'I of the receiving warty and sssist-i virtue of the fact that service in
!M. A. O'Neill 18 miles westof I
made (at least not convincingly) I by ) Florida. I!I these waters, or 637, accordingto :; by Miss Norma Yates Dell Woods. :; have turned in their cards thenumber ing in conducting the tour about he last congress gave him seni r.
II' Olea. information issued by the bu- : Miss Edna Smith will preside at Bass: Miessrs. Ralph: Boydcn,:' i is expected to be swelled I the city w.s'r: highly appreciated -1 I
in the house this time when the Thursday one of these doves I I reau of fisheries. And. also as a I| the piano. :,: James Burnett Rev. J. C. Gekeler,. a :great: deal. by us. I Ij ity after a fashion, Colden is thecnly

bill authorizing an appropriationof j I was:Road struck and by a fell wire to on the the ground.County i i matter of truth, there is hardly a :i Following the introductory the I /Ivery Johnson A. l). Leuthi Wil-:I I The 420 persons receiving certificates -I j "We were very favorably impressed 1 man on the committee. The

some $272.000,000 )passed. season! parses but that any fisherman '' invocation will be delivered by bert Moehrke\ Wm. C. Harris. [' in the three days reported : by Key West and its environ
bird in
it because I,I Roy Lewin caught the a I i catches more than 100 vaneties I George E. Summers, pastor of, Soloists: Soprano MI'S. J. K.: a total of 210.5131 hoursworked. and became deeply interested republicans haven't found time to
Perhaps was only a Mr. :.
returned the band to I
net and 1
;, i in his regular visits to the First Methodist Church, and the Davenport, Miss Emily: Crosland. The Administration, a in the project of rehabilitating \ name their representative.Colden .
cleared Demeritt. This showed the band to
few days before congress tilting grounds. :I scripture lesson will be read by I I Tenor, Edmund: Curry. Baritone! ;| few days ago in an effort to wind the city. The enthusiasm: of

and the President signed' an appropriation i have been placed December 9, I!' But even if there were only J:;u I Ilev. W. J. ,Martin of Ley Memorial -1 Avery Johnson. i| up the Volunteer Work Corps and those who have this work in chargeis however, a former

of some four billions I, 1933. (i varieties in these water, Bi' wa i Church. Captain Vernon 1 1I ,, Director Miss Edna R. Smith. I straighten 1 the books so that Key infectious and I hope th&t their school I teacher, editor and president

for "work relief." I! i :announced the world knows tint I Walker, of the Salvation Army I I Accompanist. J. J. Trevor. I I' West1; contribution in the re-I'' effort will be successful in the :; of the board of a college

Ultimate Fate Uncertain !t TWO BEING HELD ,. tarpon, sail fish, barracuda amberjack will offer a prayer. .1 I I To Use Amplifier hahiliation program could be ,' highest degree. It seems to me Key |I II intends to bring dignity to hir
dolphin mackerel, bonito, Rendition By Choir ., Anticipating' audiences of 1000! shown. reduced! the necessary West I i ought to be an ideal winter.
ThereV a different explana-1:, bonefish and many other gamey I Preceding the sermon, which ii or more at both the morning worship number of hours of volunteer;' resort and that you ought to bei I one-man committee if possible.!

lion however, fur the ease in.!. ON THEFT CHARGECHARGED fighters arc among:: the 50 and the to be delivered by Kev. ShulerPecle. service and the afternoon I,| time. Had theI II) persons put able to build up a tourist business He has introduced a bill changing :;

which a rivers and harbors hill : I, broadcaster was telling the f ri'k.h.clthough , of "Fleming! Street Methodist -: choral service it has been arranged in all the time pledged last summer lufficient to support; the population ( I :; the. name of the ccmmittc

purred the house in the 7-tth congress h<' was several hundred : Church the choir and congregation -: tn have amplifiers set up it would have amounted to{ which has been left practical- from that which has *CausM so
WITH ENTERING short of the actual number. It will sing:: "Christ at the park to insure perfect.i| '!.907 h' ;Jrs. ,,l ly stranded by the removal of
social security much merriiifrnt his colleagues
what with : 1 among -
I j A"se. nudition for. t those who are most The discrepancy! of 1 10.393i ; your chief industries.i 1
legislation, extension of Nit A and i I j STOWERS' MUSIC ESTABLISHMENT The :service will be concludedwith tremote from the rostrum! I i hours, l between the numl...r t i I "Mrs. Dern joins me in kind re- to one calculated to command -

what not clamoring for immediateattention. 'I | GOULD'S YACHT the Benediction following.k..uWh.ileth.e: rorningwervicc" : 1, arc pledged and ,tliesuumlx'.r, actually Iltanb.I and .in gratitude for the rf' P.AL-"J iDt.: onunitte&
I '
.. ", .I' .' the Offertory;: which will be pronounced -:being conducted! at Bayview Park!'worked by the 490 persons, ( : that were extended to on Preservation of Public Ar

And it's to be found, strangely i,I ,i ARRIVES HERE by Rev. James S. Day) of the Interdenominational Ministerial "!' amounts to only 7.2 per (,4.'lItnll j i us.! chives."
i the First Church.At Administration officials this
Baptist '
i I Alliance of colored churcheswill - -
enough in one of the most imposing I Marco Chavez and Odilio ('II I To Guard Against Lost
i; ___ the park in the afternoon, hold services at Nelson English -I| morning pointed out that in .-,
suites of offices in the I a iqU'.ZVert'| arrested yesterdayI i I 1:30() o'clock the magnificent Park on Thomas street. : volunteer project of this kind.: SHERIFF BRINGS The committee on disposition
afternoon by Constable! Iay: El-: TIES
sumptuous "N" W" house office MARIPOSA, CAPT. JONES Oratorio" by Caul: "The Holy These services will begin at :5 I that proportion i is gratifyingly low. of useless executive pal't'f33|
: wood and Patrolman BicnvcniduPerez t
building and in a wheel chair. I charged with being the I UP TO RAILROAD TERMINAL I City" will he sung by a choir of f'clo"k1111 be preceded by a procession Persons can credit expenditures" I PRISONER HERE set up during the administrationof

The sumptuous site is i headquarters . thieves t who entered the StowT. 50 l voices selected from the most starting from Trinity, for repairs to buildings and i Grover Cleveland. A' batch oi

of the rivers and harbors Music House on the night of April -. PIER I proficient vocalists: in the city. I Church on Petronia .street to. houses on their volunteer record I important executive document
committee. In the wheel chair is 10. i Rehearsals from this sublime Division street along Division to cards. and when those Key WestI -. turned up missing when wantedso

"Joe" Mlmsfiell, chairman of the At the time of the robbery two I I composition have been conducted; Thomas and to the park.Easter I I ers! who have done f'xl..nsivt'01 kI J. W. WILLIAMS COLORED, congiess set up the committee
I Jones during the .past several weeks by will be while the ''of this nature have turned in: of
committee.The arti"ll's1'1'4..' ttolen. a bicycle and: I Ia Yacht Mariposa, ma..t'r'l hymns sung: congregation HELD FOR TRIAL IN CRIMINAL to guard against recirrrvnce
"gentleman in the wheel radio. The bicycle has been recovered with owner Frank M.\ Gould Miss Edna; Smith who directed is marching It I their record cards, it is expected I such things in the future.

chair" has the distinction: of getting -' on information fit rni:lied party of friends on board arrived -, - -- -. -- I! that even a part of the seven percent I COURTJ. Before that the various departments

through the house the first', Valasquez. who confessed to yesterday afternoon and: berthed . loss will be absorbed. of the government could
rivers and harbors bill under a' the crime|, and! the officers feel I at the railroad terminal piers. BELGIAN CURRENCY CHANGE HAS I Meanwhile. Administration officials destroy any papers they liked.

democratic administration since confident, the radio will be' secured I Mrs.\ Gould and a party of j issued another plea that W. Williams, colored was a Now, before they can throw out
the administration of Woodrow later. I friends arrived by rail this morning i : persons turn in their record cards' prisoner arriving in custody of accumulated papers they must

Wilson. The democrats have Icentin l In telling the story of the manner i to join the vessel. The yachtis f ALTERED GOLD BLOC SITUATION to the research section of the organization :Sheriff:) K. O. Thompson yesterday I file a request with Colden's com

control of the house since! in which the store was entered I expected to remain in Key Nest I so that every one who from Matecumbe, who is being:: mittee.

1030.Passage! : :! Velasquez described the manner : for a few days before returningto .:;T---: ':;-.-;:'''.' I carried out his or her pledge: ,, hl..I.1.for trial at the next tern ofcriminal ,i The departments tell in detail
the house Miami. made last summer, may receive a court. the and
of the bill in what papers are provtds
in which the window Fcreenwas i I' By DON JOSEPH I States: France and England might '
- I discharge certificate.The i I Williams was given a hearing
is a mere incident, however. l H e- and the knife which was --- copies for the committee. They
YORK 20.-The
on the part of April be desirable, and could be achieved I certificates are printed on before Justice of The Peace E, R.I I,I range fromcleaning{ pressing
pile assurances used found the of i '
was on person ENJOY
VISITORS recent defection of Belgium from i scroll, anil the sienat-ires of f Lostat Tavernier | ,;01: .
I I onicinrge ,
the commerce committee of the Chavez. He said they are both i( ii through: an agreement carry bills bu cjher >,hop (receipts! loIt's
. renale that it be dealt with gently: from Tampa : i the gold standard, leaving bull I HolUn-J: Like U. S. I Governor Dave Sholtz and Julius,,' distuibing the public peace. with' J""ord.i'If-l'. Jh4ltUJN: 'is *'J ..VI

its ultimate fate is uncertain. i .... _ FISHING OUTING four nations in the> gold bloc, offers In event of! abandonment- of the II F. Stone Jr.. Florida emergency ''other 'I (faj J, r rQ1I up. |ooilen; | aojd.J>i*: T4knitteetclcrk .-
: I ( i '" :' relief administrator. They have. added. JHJlJ nJ ''Ul\ 14
No White House Help I a greatly altered picture ofi I \ :, ,, t'Ibbie.B.colden.Au.! ,
Whatever l I.e his bill's end, "the' I world currencies front that ofi f gold standard by> countries of the been printed in both Spanish:; and., The evid f,,; wade through thle to P4iJlltt, 'hrt i

gentleman in the xvlheel chair"- I STEAMEROZARK1 1U28. | :gold: bloc the authorities believe English, and are available 'in \\su'ri ij..r t} to WfUabeing I/ ffcttl.fhosfi t ,.destined for. tha->

he's white-haired, serving; his I ARRIVES HERE, On their first fishing A. M.\ trip Anson inKey Seven years ago every major! th(..i United States would become either language the volunteer. held f trial'ttntl) W{\ ; placed', furnace, and,.save thosarotK\ uuVpoitancc.

tenth term in the house from 1; West waters. John power in the world--including one''bf' the supports of international workers may desire.! .'under bond of $100.. I ., .?t", I..",. "' ,
and daughter! out with I f .... :
Texas and refuses to !give his nge ) yesterday, made a remarkable England; France, the United! t ) l 'exchange; I -.., '.-- __ The two CoMen3adniit, there"
Lopez !
--811 remember this: States, Belgium, Germany, Hol i'1--- I juite a bit of reading to their
I Clyde-: (catch all things; considered. Both the United States and Holland !- '
I. Ibis omnibus rivers and har- Steamship Ozark of the 1 land. Italy. Switzerland Poland.: !! RAILROAD COMPANY LAUNCHES DRIVE 'I jobs.
hors hill passed the house unanimously. -: :Mallory Lines arrived from :New !1 i Japan-had stabilized its currency 1: are off the gold standard onlyto 1 i Pays Its War
The most prized take} was: a tarpon
Oilcan. .1 o'clock yesterday aft- i and returned the gold standard..: the exent that gold is not re- There's this much to be said

2. It did so without direction I'.'..ernoon with heavy shipments <>filt weighing:of barracuda: 74 pound, red and rolll'-i anumber j;i Of these only France. Italy leafed for internal use. However TO STIMULATE TRAVEL TO THIS STATE !I for the committee' on disposition

from the White (House. : and flour and sailed 7:30; ) Switzerland and Poland remain. |I lof useless executive papers, how<
when both countries use I
o'clock for Miami and Jacksonville.! ('r. |n mp jack, and| others. necessary
3. It required no special rule '! 1 Il Wall street monetary author I ver. It's probably the only con'i
FerryI'abna arrived from Havana !i gold bullion fyr settlement of international Stimulation of travel to Florida travel to the playgrounds: of the
to protect it. I i I ties recall however, that the ritua- i gressionalcommittee which makes
4. And finally it was the occasion :t: with one car of rope, one of COURTING QUINT tion is not a new 'one: that after >I'I balance I during all seasons!! of the yearis South has been overcome It is: : any cash money for the govern-

for a political love felt! cylinders, two of lumber, 17fi ,i VERY CONFUSING the World War there was a pe-j i Today they say, possibilities of the end in view of one of the generally recognized, Mr. I-anipan s anent.I .

seldom seen on the floor of the: racks of mail, baggage and seven I 'I rind when the United States was s\ world trade rest, in a sense, on'I' !large railroad companies, the Illinois believes that from a climatic I Every year several thousands,

house during the present congress. ; empty cars i 4 lit %... riiilrfi 1'rr..t the only major power remaining j I the gold bloc. If there were ro I Central which has just viewpoint Florida has much to offer i! of dollars worth of scientific
When Treadway of Massachusetts, MINNEAPOLIS, April 20. one a full gold standard. i: papers and various pamphlet are
country on whom the managedcurrency launched an intensive drive, to the summer vacationer although
ranking republican on the all- : EASTEREGG I -Dr. D. E. Minnich, University May Ute Same Method I I rold to libraries and research
counties, such as England : i the United States and the '
powerful ways and means committee of Minnesota biologist, International stabilization maybe tell the general impression pre-t workers. It actually pays its

crosses the dividing political I : foresees a lot of confusionsome achieved could rest their operation'', world in general of Florida end its vails that this is distinctly a win-operating expenses.
eventually they I
able to recall the days when he HUNT MONDAY n! years hence for the through the fame process as tlat'l we would have a very different )I attractions. ter vacation playground.The f r Despite that however, no one

served on the rivers and harbors -- I suitors of the Dionne quin used following: this postwar picture of the world trade. In that J. V. Lanigan, passenger traffic first step in bringing thousands -I pays much attention t. the committee ->
committee with "Joe" Mansfield I tuplets. The normal !! except to make wisecracks:
t pattern for a case: there would be no single manager of the system paid a : of summer vacation visitorsto ,
and to use his own word, "re An Easter egg hunt will be I "If identical twins are i I j to gold, as exemplified by the about it. Congress accepts its
I Minnich table 'medium into whose .terms I personal visit to all parts of Florida this state is to acquaint the I recommendations as a rule in a
sponsored:!! Monday afternoon by confuting, Dr. vious experience, started ,' pre-I ;
I the recreational department of the I stated, "what of identical II de facto 'stabilization in which all other currencies could be trans' : and stopped in every resort outside world with the advantagesof : perfunctory manner without sayf J

; Key West Administration. The i quintuplets? Certainly the governments began to step into] lated. region\ of,, the state. On- 'his impressions a.summer in Florida. To attractively 'I ing anything. Colden knows too

minisces"-that's : hunt will start at :3:30 I p. m. in I I suitor who may be attracted the market and off set.fluctuations The only reason the United 'I and views is1 based'''th* and impressively pre-: well though;- that should! he let :nn
important document
Bayview Park. ,! to one of the Dionne girls of their currencies. States isn't supplying the 'satsupport :'* slip through
conviction that Florida ,should be" sent the is behind the driveof his hands he would hear
at the gold bloc is because story
Children who usually play : will need super-human guid- After a period of some length as I
i Stowers and Bayview Parks are ,i i ance in telling them apart. I when they had a good idea whether there are doubts abroad that the a summer resort for thousan'ds. as the Illinois Central at this I He' philosophic about it. The
in the detailed dollar will be held at iU present well as a winter resort. democratic caucus gave him the
: expected to participate I| "The extremely the quotation on the currency time; Residents of Florida are,
civic job. If they don't like the
In cooperation with organ wayhe's
hunt. in which 'identicals resemble was tenable they announced de value.
I| way I invited to advise their
An alarm of fire from Box 33.: being: it then tab
doing ,
izations and interested individualsin t they can
each other is jure stabilization, and obtained
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Watson and. Catherine streets at I cities friends in the North of the enjoyments ! it
by the amusing or sometimes temporary assistance from the DON'T BE ASHAMEDOF the principal a highly: personalized away.
8:40 o'clock last night/: called thedepartment 'I !I !' solicitation plan has to be experienced in, Meanwhile he's trying at least
which United and
Habana-Madrid ClubTONIGHT tragic situvtions in States or England YOUR CAR-
to a pile of burning themselves been gotten under way. Florida at any season of the: to lend it more dignity by changi -
found both to their
they have support currencies
trash on a lot at United and Margaret I i' When one of our PAINT JOBS With the adoption of air-con- i ing the name., ,"Joint Committeeon
1 in_ real life as well as in at the level chosen.
streets. will make it look like new. year.E. district Preservation of Public Archives" -
the R. Vaugh
ditioned equipment on principal passenger
l FLOOR SHOW literature. If all the major countries I
Within a short time the flames Ask us for prices. trains operated by the Illinois agent, with headquarters at Jacksonville j.
AND DANCE I "Evidence points to the should go off gold, however, the
were extinguished and the ap- I fact that the Dionne girls are monetary authorities believe quicker Lou Smith Service Station Central it is believed that is directly in charge of I "Ah," says Colden. "there's a .. returned to their respective 8 Star Acts the state-wide campaign. name that's wisecrack proof. :i
the objection
II I stations. i 1[ identical," Dr. Minnich said. action between the United White at Catherine Phone 522 greatest to summer .





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'Qt t [i1r$( m t FACTS ABOUT EASTER 1 [ .....essse.eesiesossseeiToday !CI"IIII.I'.4TIII..4r.fTA'PI.lJust

..- [L TODAY'S WEATHER : 11 I In History

Published Dally Except Sunday By Easter Sunday, which falls on April : e.,.......-n1835DiedSamuel-.-.-------.
P. ARTMAV. PveU_ 21 this year, is observed by Christians In.I Slater, at 1 Three
Ftona Th Cltlien Bulling Temp.ratores'Highest in extreme north portion tonight Webster, Mass., aged 60 known I II
Corner Gteen And Ann Str..t. commemoration of Christ's resurrection, ...........-..............-.......84 and in north portion Sunday; not as the father of cotton manufacture i iI j
Lowest ......... ............. .............76 I much change in temperature j. I
but not as an actual anniversary, as its in the United States.'
-sly Dally Newspaper In Key. Welt end Monroe Mean .. ............. .....................80 .
County. date varies from year to year in accord- Normal Mean ........?.... .._.....76 I " )\mPartly I
'f'=! 1854-Clipper ship "Flying Months Leftin
Unttred at Ky West. Florida at second clan matter ance with a method of computing it adopt Rainfall ( Cloud" arrived at San Francisco .

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAH Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Irs.I t// i from !New' York in the record time.
ed the Council of Nice in .
by the year 325. ) ... .05 Ins.
Normal Precipitation
Member .( Ike AM...Ut.4 Press .. t'\\ i of 8'! days and 8 hours I
,.1.j Associated Press U exclusively entitled to ns. The custom of celebrating Easter is radiate 1 kin ml rrrard H .....I..k vrr rollTomorrows 24-awBr MOI-HIM period*. \ I --- which to take advantageof
of all news dispatches credited to I
:.r republlcfcilon/ Almanac
It or net otherwise credited In this paper and ..I.. really an outgrowth of the Jewish Pass- I 1854-Bill oil Dorothea Lynde
..... ... ... I \: liberal offer
the local news published litre.tlNAIIONAL Sun rises ....,., .. 5:59 a. Pi Dix, philanthropist granting, 10 t j our on
over. There i is no trace of its observance Sun set*.. _...?_.. ......... 6:52 p. m. ,4j:" million, acre of public land for :

..._..... .._. 9.52 I '
m '
EDITORIAL) as a Christian festival in the New Testament :Moon :rises p. ,I ,; benefit of countrj'a insane, vetoed -
Moon seta ........._..... 7:38: a. m,. by President. : .
1935 or in the writing of the apostolic fa- Tomorrow' Tides I I Cloudy LIFTOP t Ik'

- A.M. P.M.I I[ Jacksonville! to Florida Strait!! I HI03-\Ia-: a'i-i S
: Hill'ION!\ HATES thers. In fact, neither Christ nor the !'
.... ........ .... 9:47 10:12' of Jews
Une Tear .. . .. .__..__110,0' High Moderate south and' !southwest
1'1& Months -......_... .. .....'.....- .0' apostles enjoined the keeping of this or Low ........... .3:45 3::$te|I north and moderate Kishineff, Russia.: |i
Three Months .........................._..._ __ Z.U Minds over portion
l>n. MonthWeekly .. ................_. .._... ,II other festival. Barometer at 8 a. In. today: I southeast winds over south.1 RefrigeratorsOver -- <
_.. ._m".". .St any Sea level., 29.92. I portion and weather partly ove ,- Bids for carrying air mail found !I .... ,,
ADVERTISING DATES But as most of the early Christianswere : cat tonight and Sunday, probably less than half the charge tipulatt.l. -
Made known on application. Lowest Highest I occasional showers! over north portion -I. I
hundred of
derived from the Jewish church, StationLast Night Yesterday! 1 one ;
!''II' ('IAL .NOTICK: Sunday. ..:

rpect All reading, rfcltuary notices notices f cards, etc.or. will thanks I be,charged resolutions for et at many of the old Jewish festivals con- Abilene .......... 54 58 I FAst Gulf: Moderate to fresh i Subscribe to The Citizen. I II our customers have already ,:., '
.1.. rate of :0 cents a lineNolr' i Atlanta ............ CO 82 south and southeast winds oerat \,:: ,..
for ent.rtalnm.nt. by churcne from which tinned to be observed by them and gradually Boston ...........-.42 58* i taken advantage "'
.. and fresh shifting winds! i
1 over ;
I revenue is to be derived are G cents a line. i I i iI .t
llm tauten Is an open forum and Invites dlscusluM passed into the Christian calendar.The Buffalo ....;..... :38 4G I I west portion becoming northwest i of this attractive offer. *
of public Issues and subjects of local or general Charleston ........ 06 86 l: tonight. I Passenger Service 4;
.t..n.t but It will nut pub'lsh anonymous communt of Easter is derived from I .
yatlona name Chicago ........ 44 54 i I :
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Denver .... ........ 44 68
Eastre the I Ii
Anglo-Saxon goddess of WEATHER CONDITIONS $
Detroit .............. 38 64 i t KEY WEST .
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST spring, and many customs which have Galveston .......... 64 78 I : :
Pressure low this
Havana ............ 74 morning i I ,
marked the observance
THE day's are from Texas northeastward
over I
Huron .... .......... 36 72 l NEfYORKS.
from pagan sources. In the ancient church Kansas City..... :38 64 : the Carolinas and thence north w \Y i
ward up the Atlantic coast; with
1. Water and Sewerage. the celebration of Easter lasted eight days, KEY WEST 76 84'Little disturbances over the western ; HOLDS AH THIS FOOD!

Rock . 54 58 Gulf of :Mexico, the Carolinas and S. "Henry R. Mallory" I k down and $1.00 2:qi milk .2 5, pts.rreaa 4
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- but after the eleventh century it was limit- Los Angeles ...... 50 80 1 due. tits e I ib. butter '
land. : .. Loui viIe! .... .... 52 6fi'' 1 off the coast of New England,I Fridays, April 2G; May 10-24 I II per month untilJuly ,2l.. k.g>'.ct.e.1 bottle...2 sacs Inuc
,, .."i" ; ed to ,three, .later to two, and finally to .... Galveston Texas and New Orleans r 1 bottle: cbcrnc .caitup. S
', :Miami ......... 76 84 I Due New York Tuesday A. M. : 2 Ib:) .
La.. 2D! .82 inches. Wythe- I tirst. Nsccn fltt.rtu! t(*I hc J if
3. Free Port. f .. .
one. ; Minneapolis : 44 54 1st Class lettuce: I lUll cucuwbcr: t
i \ille, Va., and Atlanta. Ga., :9.U! $45 :2 ibc. .
lomttuc* 1 bunch
: New Orleans .. 'GG; 84 l . .
4. Hotels and Apartments. : .. : The .proper time for the observanceof New York .'.; 48"' .68 inches, and Eastport, :Me., 29.06 I Fare rtlery lesion* .2$j crape.uxra Iru.t.2 4.iagctI :
3rd Class See regarding thistrial
I inches while' moderate h'gh us ur uh.< .lre..DS l Ib.
5. Bathing Pavilion. j if Easter has been the subject of bitter Pensacola .., ...... 70 76 ; FareIncluding .. $25 lard e J !leti-uver con.UIMI : S
f ........ pressure area overspreads the ,e 1 tji witter bmile2qkiCKlrejin
66 plan
{ !I Pittsburgh 44
C. Land and Sea : : !
Airports Lake Meals and Berth trays IZOICC
controversy among various Christian St. Louis .......... .46 62 I Superior region, and upp'rand I cubit-2; 111. oi ice
7. Consolidation of County and City middle Mississippi Valley. Du-
II Very low rate for Auto
Salt Lake City. 50 08 I
groups. In the year 197 Pope Victor ex- S
luth, Minn., 30.12 inches. Showers! i
Governments.SIDELIGHTS. I when accompanied I
Fan Francisco .. 52 70
communicated Polycrates, bishop of Eph- I Seattle .............. 4fi 54 and thunderstorms have occurred C. E. SMITH, Agent, Key West i The Key West Electric Co.

esus, and his entire Asiatic following for Tampa .... ....... 64 86 since yesterday morning in easternTexas EI
Arkansas Tennessee
Washington .... 50 70 CLYDE-MALLORY LINES I Iqp'I
not conforming to the Roman custom. The Wilhston .......... 40 06 and North Carolina being 'I.lIY
heavy in portions of the West 1. le #.4T'IIII
Greek church I _. .
did not adopt the Roman
WEATHER FORECASTTill Gulf coast, Brownsville, Texas -- -_ --- ------

date until 1923, so that only during the I 1 1r 1.04 inches and New Orleans La.

last 12 has the entire Christian world 1.76 inches. There have also been I'
( 8 p. m.. Sunday) light rains in Maine and Washing Hoodwinked
Former Editor of The Key West CitiseaRipley observed Easter simultaneously. Key West and Vicinity: Partly ton. Temperature changes! have 1 ; be
According to present usage Easter can cloudy tonight and Sunday; not been unimportant and readingsare 1i
much change in temperature; moderate above normal in most!' !!sections !i 'Don
of "believe it or not" fame relates not occur earlier than March 22 or later ACCEPTING IMITATIONSTo
possibly fresh, southeastand of the country.
that certain in than April 25. The last time it fell '
a man Peabody, Mass., on south winds. G. S. KENNEDY, "
To Itt: the original Davte 100% Pure Paint
38 years old, has never kissed a girl in his March 22 was in 1818, after which some Florida: Partly cloudy, !showers!! Official in Charye = e sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. ITOJTrAIHTMAM !

life. What will cause many to suspect three centuries must elapse before it occurs ----- ----- -- ,_.. -- -, look for ) Davie 100% Pure Paint ha often been -. I

that the aforesaid gent is either a liar or a so early again. It fell on April 25 the ........................1 _.1..a._, .._+r. this Label imitated,but never duplicated. ""--ol-1.r.r.-"
Davit 100% Pure Paint conform with ===-_
fool. Possibly both. last time in 188C, and will occur so late Today's all pure paint Law and it the only paint :.=.--
only in the i 1[ I that carries a guarantee of purity. :::::-.::
once in
present century, 1943."NARROWMINDED p
I[At The Stores] '.,r sr '
Anniversaries I NT
"Tell girls never to marry. Marriagehas I Cook for this Guarantee the dab elm

lost its illusion; for Such is the VS. LIBERAL"The .................8... I I W.hv m_MM.._....ny other Punt Mnwctiir at ntm*......*.*-...
me. con.1 t
1824-Alfred II. Colquitt AU our pruJucti. arc mtmj fcy ... in 8.1..:..... and sold through. Dialer only,
advice of one who speaks from experience, ARONOVITZ'S NEW STLYESI I
church in general, Georgia go\.t'r-I . Co.CstlllJliWd JS99 BALTIMORE.MH
namely, Mrs. Virginia Overshiner Patter- people a communityare nor and !senator born at ). Aronovitz Department is''

eonGaldingerStarkeSeegerGilbertKahnCogswell i often criticised for being "narrow-I I Ga. Died March 20, 1894. I now featuring nw styles in ladies: G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William StreetsClean

minded." That, in itself, is not as bad an and '
seven times married and six i misses and boys and men'a .
epithet as some believe. It is all right to 182G-Dinah M. Craik ("Miss clothing and - --- -. ---
during the few
times divorced at the age of 20. She now :Mulock"), English novelist-poet:I. :lIIIH.ll..4 .
seeks her seventh divorce. be "narrow-minded" if your narrowness l>orn. Died Oct. 12, 1887. .,weeks has received many ship ........................................................ ............e,.

means, the elimination of the unimportantand ments of new merchandise.A ..
the concentration of your entire 1827.-John Gibbon, Union gen.and -. new assortment: of children's :
The latest personnel report of the faculties the Indian fighter born in Phil- white !hoes arrived this week anda ,1

Civil Service Commission discloses that I on important. adelphia. Died i in Baltimore. Feb. of shirts anda .
I variety boys' suits!, Up-Paint Up
Religion, however, cannot be expressed fi, 1890.
117,059 employees were added to the shipment of lade!! dresses!! and
solely in lip-service, but must be
government payroll in the last two years, 1842-John M. Farley, fourth nats. ,
lived and for this
reason, worth-
the total now being 680,54Gvhose salaries any archbishop of New York, Cardinal, ,
while religion must be livable. For that born in Ireland Died m New THE STORE OF FASHIONThe Fix
amount $1,200,000,000 But with
a year. reason the world has long since abandonedthe York, Sept. 17, 1918. Store of Fashion has enjoyed UpIn ,
the $4,880,000,000orkrelief bill
new conception of a religious man or wo- a good business during the last .
1850 Daniel Chester' French,
now a law "we ain't seen nothin' yet"An !
man as one who goes through life with a famed sculptor, born at Exeter,I few week: -f the Easter season. The

long face and spreads gloom and restric- N. II. Died Oct. 7, 1931. I Now that the rush Is over theie

episcopal bishop tells, this: one: tions wherever possible. will be special reduction on the
18f.5-Louis Mann, noted actor I remainder of the merthandise.Ai .
On an unexpected passing visit to a cer- Christianity, as expressed by the and playwright, born in New York. practically everything in the Better housing Program

tain small and) remote parish I he'asked'any: Great Teacher, did not include set rules so i Died Feb. 15. 1931.Today's I store! will be sje ially priced Mondav f..,
who were prepared to be confirmed: to it is etpected that there wi; 1jhe ' .
,*, much as a ,rule of individual conduct. This ....................... 1 many .,who will rush! to thbplace i ,
come 'Only one young the truth have taken ad-
many ;,
of business!!'1 to buy quality
presented themselves for confirmation. On vantage of it and have tried to make any Horoscope I merchandise. in the latest styles at Give Your '

hw regular visit a short time later he :asked restriction: of license un-Christian. This is ........................ 1 the lowest prices.MONDAY Property ": J

about them and was told: Why, bishop, The general character of'todayis I -
just foolish intolerance bigotry.It I S.
as as or '
independent and domineering.There
they are on their honeymoon; they thoughtyou is, perhaps more common in our land to- u a tendency to dig deep t number of the outstarding s A New Deal '

married them." day, and, more dangerous, because it into mysterious things, and to use specials to be offered at Holts- .S 'i
various means or uncommon channels berg's Monday Sale may be found
works under the mistaken assumption of IS
to gain your ends You should in the advertising columns of to- '
Although his religion prevented his liberality and tolerance. try to avoid the lack of appreciation day's paper. E

going to the movies, A. O. Garner went to No community can afford to let the of others in order to receive This store is famous for its'bargains .

with 11 other members of in the reward to which you are en on Monday. Prices thin '
one a jury so-called "liberal" element run wild. If it .
titled. week are very attractive.Your .
Birmingham Ala., but sat blindfolded did the decent people would soon have to '. .- :
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with his back to the screen. Then after hold their noses or evacuate their homes. -- ---- -- ;
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deliberating 13 hours over an assault with You will always find a minority of any ,

intent to murder case, the jury failed to and to throw all
group ready willing away r Arrange a loan at your bank under the Federal :
agree and a mutrialvas declared.Too pretense of righteousness. They will raisea Opportunity'

I stench that will make living intolerable ; Housing Act on easy monthly terms .

much of anything is a plenty, according for many of better minds and morals.
Now is the time to modernize your home and: :'
to F. :M.\ Reaves of Mocksville, N. I .
to make such improvements to your property,as may .
C., who recently arranged for a divorce DAWES' PROPHECYIn :
be needful or desirable before costs advance' too '
fiom his: wife, to whom he had been mar- much. i "S Don t Wait For Materials l

ried for half a century. Without going into December, 1934, Gen. Charles G. I ;re; u

ttailsIr.:\ Heaves made this brief Dawes predicted that recovery would be See us about the U. S.. Government ; plan: ,on To Advance In Price A

tatement after the separation had been accomplished by next summer when the long term. modernization loans.! . i '

granted: "Fifty years of married life is rush for durable goods would revive that .: .
all I could bear.'* industry. Enjoy the benefits' '.
: .
III Tucson) .Ariz., last week. the for-

A group of children in Montenegro, mer Vice-President of the United States I The First Nafcni_ Bank af't Key West I I : "Your home is worthy of the best" ;
; '
Mexico, chafed under the restraints of repeated his prophecy saying June or July.:

school discipline and proceeded to express should see the beginning of a great sustained Member.oE the,Federal. Reserve Sooth Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. I

their "rugged individualism" by stoning demand for durable goods. .. :

their teacher to death. They also gave Business in particular and the nationin Member: .the Federal Deposit.Insurance.Corp.1 :. Phone 598 White and Eliza Street I

notice that they would similarly treat any general hope, that the Chicago banker YOUR BANK .< ... ..

successor who tried to boss them. Then b correct. Anyway, the answer will not ... .:................................e..................................:

the,ringleaders ,went to jail. be before next summer. .-. t ). rllllll.lllli +

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SPORTS Club- W. 1... pet.
It NOP8U to b. married: Jamtt tomorrow Et..C to>>I.Jan Ill Jane's wedding list bad been care- I FLEMING STREET METHODIST' LEY MEMORIAL M. E. Cleveland .........._..... 1 0 1.000

jiorthrup, tkt rich girl picked jot fully gone over and expurgated. CHURCHCor. CHURCH, SOUTH Boston .............,......... 3 1 .750
aH the N... had been but
Ait teat Many
ty people of Invited more
Concord. Sat. B. cannot If urfkot I Washington ..........._ 2 1 .C67
had not. Admittance '
was by card.
U to :k. memory 01 &.,{(. Fleming and William Street I j Cor. Georgia and Division Sts. Chicago '.u.................. 2 1 .667
Ham v\leh mate Mm drMtf the Now. the entire riff-raff of the town
ceremony; k. knowi. / however/ that was free to force Its way into the Shuler Peele, Pastor Rev. W. J. Martin Pastor Detroit ..................._.. 1 2 .333

A..resents.. Ja... forcing Mm toZt church. Mrs. Northrup. for the first I __ Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. i Church school at 9:45: a. m., Philadelphia .............. 1 2 .333
< but home
fie itoly - -
e rpent
/urnUAed-by< Arr father e instead of time in years burst into hystericaltears. William N. Knowles, superinten-I with Ed. R. Curry, superinten New York .................. 1 3 ..250St.
<,, tke lovely old Stimfon manrion.WUdy . dent, in charge. or dent Louis .................... 0 1 .000
marriage m ," not te. But Aefcoic It was a terrible hour. Mr. North- I ] ages Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Ae dare not.Chapter. rap was sent for. Beyond vowing Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon subject: "The Risen NATIONAL LEAGUE

24 that the Reverend Dr. Morton should j DOWNSARMYTEN BUSY BEE TEN NEW YORK YANKS Sermon by the pastor: "An Easter Chrkt." Club- W. L. Pet

shortly be forced to resign or be | ; Question An!
TEAPOT TEMPEST would leave the church Mr. North- ; -" -::-- I I Intermediate Epworth League I be observed at the morning Brooklyn ..........._.._ ::1 1 .750
JAMES tell at last Into an ex. rup offered no suggestions. "It wae." j SOX DEFEAT NATS meets at 3:30 p. m. JIhs i Venda- service. Philadelphia ..._........_ 2 1 .(;67

sleep. lIe was still sleepIng he said over and over "an outrage i ADMINISTRATION BOYS PILE DIAMONDBALL CAME LAST line Watkins superintendent. Junior Epworth League meetsat Pittsburgh! ............._ 2 2 )00:)

; soundly at nine next morning yes an unforgiveable outrage. I UP 21 RUNS AGAINST 9 MADE NIGHT RESULTS IN '; Young People's Department i ; 4:00 p. m. Mrs.!' V. A. Archerin Boston ........................ 1 2 .333
when Aunt Lou wakened him. "Mia'Northrup's Mrs. Northrup turned to James. !: BROOKLYN DODGERS WIN I meets at 7:00 p. m. Miss Marj-jj\ charge. St. Louis .................... 1 2 .33::

calling you on the tele- You must do something she commanded | BY UNCLE SAM'S OUTFIT.By SCORE OF 6-4 BOTH GAMES OF TWIN BILL I Felton, president.' I Intermediate Epworth League Chicago ..............._..... 1 2 :133:
Lou told him. "She .
phone. Aunt sternly. II i Evening worship service at R:00 I' meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. New York ................... 0 2 .000
seems terrible upset and wants that James with a sudden flash of I WITH BOSTON PHILLIES I o'clock. Subject of sermon: Pierce in charge. ---

''you should come right over there spirit refused even to try to Inter- ( JOVE I "The Three Resurrections." Young People's Departmentmeets and the public is assured of aft
(By )
quick as you kin make If 'ere.' He said that the only dignified SWAMP GIANTS The choir instructive antI
The Recreation Department yesterday The Lopez Funeral Home dia. will provide special at 7:00 p. m. :Miss Norma helpful evening by
James' heart leaped high with thing to do was to ignore the whole I Eaner music. | Yates president. attending.
he harried into his clothes defeated the Army ten and mondball ten defeated the Busy ,
hope as rumpus. After all a few candles a They will sing at the morning! Evening; worship service at 8:00:
gulped down a cup of coffee and ran few uninvited guests were of small j threw a puzzle to the scorer as Bee aggregation last night at Bay- 111",1. to The CKUra) I service: "Hail the Easter o'clock. Sermon subject: "The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

for a street car. moment unless they were made so. this ties three clubs for first place. view Park by the score of .J to 4. NEW YORK, April 20.-The Kirkpatrick. and "Ring, Ye lorn''I' Ascension of Christ." s
Jane didn't want to get married. Ills advice was to assume a bold i Philadelphia Athletics triumphedover j "
The score was 21 to 9. of Heaven, Lorenz.At and service each Corner
i It Prayer praise Simonton and Eaton Sts.
regular Senior
was a League
Jane had the courage he lacked, the rent, laugh it off-or be forever : the New York Yankees and I
courage to save them both. lie laughed at. The Recreation boys had a hitting ,I game. I ruined Pat Malone's debut as an the evening service they will Wednesday at 8 p. m. Geo. E. Summers, B. D., PastQr

pushed the slow-moving car all the After long and acrimonious argument -I rally that netted them 25 t t The contest was full of and American League pitcher when i !sing""Jesu Christ is Risen! To- Young people's choir practice Church Sunday school opens at
pep day, Lorenz and "He Live
down South Fifth Street and in which James to his pain of his belted each Thursday at 7 p. m. 9:45 a. m., under leadership of
way ;hits were "
including doubles
eight and
ginger from start to finish and Again, Berge. .
Church choir each Friday
I practice Gerald Saunders
up North Fifth and Jumped from It and surprise found himself cast Unaccountably j I into the bleachers with the !\Iackmen I general super
before it halted at Oak Street. Mrs. in the role of the culprit I two homers. Izzy and Wallace S the outcome was in doubt until going to victory by a score of i :Mid-week prayer and Bible at 8 p. m. Miss Catherine intendent. Each department mectr
his advice 'knocked out four safely. study Wednesday at 8 p. m. Knowles, church pianist. in its own assembly room.
(Northrup was waiting for him on the was accepted.The I \{ the last batter was out. 6 to 5. Wally Moses hit 1\Ialone'1

porch. Northrnps would do nothing Score by innings: R. II. E. I| The Busy Bees scored two runs second pitch for a homer and Bob Classes of the Sunday school

"You look very happy, young except keep the last horror from Rec. .... 116 600 250-21 23; 4 I in the first frame in this Johnson cracked another in the CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH I SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH will proceed directly to the studyof
Jane. I manner: I I
James dismissed the
man.-she Bald! and led the was in Ignominy lesson. At 10:40 the school
way into the front grimly parlor. not:even allowed a eight of Army .. 120 230 010- 12 G ;; Castro hit through secon l., hale !I.fifth'The inning.Bpston Red Sox defeatedthe 527 William Street Corner 'Duval and Eaton Streets body will file into the church auditorium -

"What's the ma'U.er1 What's.happened -'' the stricken bride.,He,walked home Batteries: Weintraub and Clement -I! hits to infield and beats throw to t Washington Senators, 10 to I I E. Richard Evans Pastor, Easter Services for a worship.....rviV of the
** slowly a' puzzled and abysmally ?; Ortega, Williams and Jones. Mass JConimpiion )', 6; a. m. school and church bodies. This inaugurates
askad first. A. Acevedo
? James. ; and'sUlled I bunted safely; 4. Lefty Grove started a succecsi Sunday school 9:45 a. 'm.
gloomy young man. god it he'd, only Summary: Home Larson. .. Mass comm'uni by beautiful ',;t lan to
runs: ( sung a en-
the feet that wanted tocaper.IIe'dhave layl the sense to fall in love with I and the bases were full. Goehringf I Ii i ful comeback but Boston unlooseda The church school will give their
to pretend of course to be sorry an Clements; two bae hits: Q. Lopez late attack bringing victory in Easter program. Parents desiring! Junior Choir, 9:30 a. nj. courage children and! young people

. horrified and hewasn't good at orphan.When!Jane 2, F. Matthews 2, Ranaw J. Walker -i I hit to third and Castro was' out the game with the'ats.. The Sox I to present children for Baptism )Iorning.prf'er, 10.5: a. in.h'rocesih in regular ,systematic It' church
bad ,barely manageda I "
that I VarelaJ. Matthews J. I at the plate. M. Acevedo hit to I Mas worship attendan .
pretending.)Trust old harpy to measure of calm James tele- Jones. knocked Bob Burke out of the ,. may do so at that hour. Sung :!i, sermon
see through him. He'd better Insist phoned her afstr o'clock'ostensibly Lopez; stolen bases: Nodine :3,! short and Hale was safe at the I box, automatically ringing up six I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 11a.m. : j The pastorl! will bring> a special!

on seeing Jane alone. Good old Jane. to ask how she felt and in reality 'I Ward, Weintraub, J. Lopez, Larson -I! plate when Ingraham dropped the I runs. Boston got 14 hits to 10 for j I, Easter sermon with the following At the latter service" the music Easter message! and each. depart

He and she.. to tell her callously that she was not ; struck out: by Ortega 2, by I'I I ball. Higgs flied out to right and I Washington. ;j i special musical numbers: Quartette will be the "Saint Cecilia Mass" ment of the church school will con-

"It's the altar guild Mrs. North- to mind about the candles that it Williams 4; bases on balls: off | A. Acevedo scored after the catch The Chicago White Sox went to 1 "The Magdalene" Mrs. Paul by Gounod. tiibute some part to the program.

rup snapped "or rather that hateful would be all the same in a hundred Weintraub 1, off Ortega I, off In their half of the first inning victory over the Detroit Tigers I II Archer Mrs.\ Vernallis DiNegro, Evensong short address, and The church worship service; beginning

Mabel Webster. She won't allow years and that she was to cheer up Williams 2; time of game: 1:40; j I. the Lopez ten scored four runs. with the score reading 3 to 2. The I George Archer A. D. Luethi. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Sunday will commence at

Jane to have candles on the altar, and forget all about it. umpires: Mixon and Lopez. Baker flied out to third. Gonzalez I victory was attained behind the !, Chorus, "He Arose." with Solemn uTe Deum," 8 10:45: o'clock instead of 11 o'clock

and we're got such beautiful ones I singled to right. Ubieta also sin- steady six-hit pitching of Rookie Christian Endeavor 7 o'clock.; p. m. cs heretofore.

band-dipped. Jane was In hysterics. WITH the whole town laughing I gled to right. Sterling hit to Castro -I John Whitehead. Evening worship, 8:00 o'clock.I The pastor will bring a special

I had to give her a bromide. It does even her bosom friends she KEY WEST IN :' and- Gonzalez was thrown out':1 The Pittsburgh Pirates blankedthe Wednesday evening at 8:00 Unless otherwise advertised the evangelistic message at the evening

seem after all our work ." had honored as bridesmaids runningIn j at the plate. On a passed ball, I St. Louis Cardinals world o'clock, midweek service. order of services' throughout the service and the choir will! render
"The altar guild? James inter and out all afternoon twitteringand j Ubieta scored and Sterling went This because of year is as! follows: specially prepared Easter music.
DAYS GONE BY champions. was
rupted stupidly. "What's" the altar whispering and pretending to be I to third Ingraham singled to right |I the masterful one-hit pitching of Sundays Epworth League meeting at

guild got to do with it? sympathetic and actually blissful Happening Here Just 10 Year I and Sterling scored. Kerr walked. Rookie Darrel "Cy" Blanton. The GOSPEL HALL Morning Prayer. 6:45 a. m. 7:00 p. m. MiSs Vanessa Collins,

James was a Congregationallst. with pleased excitement with Mabel Ago Today A* Taken From !;Ingraham and Kerr pulled a double 3 to 0. Mass( (Communions), 7 a. m. president
the Northrups Episcopalians. James Webster triumphant and Dr. Morton The File Of The Citizen :I j rteal when Clarence went to sleep I score was Dodgers took both 720 Southard Street' Mass for the Church School, Mid-week prayer and praise
made The Brooklyn
out Mrs. North-
finally hidIng from a Just and awful wrath. i! with i the ball. McCarthy doubled to doubleheader from the J. F. Sprink of Chicago will begin 9:30 a. m. service on Wednesday at 8:00 p.
rup's confused explanation that the of a
James actually dared to take the games '
holding meetings Tuesday Mass of Thanksgiving 11 a. in. m.
left and Ingraham and Kerr scored. -
present Episcopal rector was high whole shocking Insult as a Joke! From'Kentucky Boston Braves.! Danny Taylor'shome wednt'Sdayl "
T. S. hrout, "The Man Gates went to the showers and continuing through Evensong Prayer, Sermon Choir rehearsal on Friday evening
church and Mrs. Northrup low I with the bases full in the
Jane could have screamed at him run
will soon be "the man Thursday and Friday. j 8 at 7:45 o'clock. MI'!'. Joseph
church. A year before the rector over the telephone that he was a Ward went in to pitch. C. Lunn j first inning of the second game Benediction p. m. . !
from Key West." when on his popped out to Castro I The services will be conducted ; Week Day Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saund-
thea new, had the effrontery to Install heartless fooL If it had not been so pave! the Brooklyn club a 4 to 2
candles on the altar and Mrs. late if the governor and the senator travels for he has decided to make| In the fifth the Embalmers added victory and won the opening I each evening beginning at 8 Morning Prayer, 6:45: a. m. ('.11. choir director.
this his home city Mr. Shrout said I!' Baker doubled o'clock. Mass. 7 a. m.
Northrup unhappily had fought the and the Justices were not already one more run. contest by the same score.
Innovation tooth and naiL there across the street at Judge Hoi- this morning that his purchases in j to center and advanced with an The Phillies swamped the New I Evening Prayer, 5:30 p. m. TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN

Now the Janus-faced Mabel Web- comb's . the bishop due at the j, Key We"t have now reached the infield out. and scored on a fly to York Giants. 18 to 7. Adolph FIRSt PRESBYTERIAN A second Mass\ on Wednesdays!, CHURCH

eter had called up that very morningto Union Station . all those thou- $00.000 mark. lIe and Mrs. ct'nter.J. I I Catnilli hit two home runs and CHURCH I 9 a. m.

say that the altar guild,.knowing sands her father had spent. . and Shrout are residing in the Watson I The Red Devils scored their !a<\tj.. George Watkins one. with twenty . . (Colored)

that Jane would not want to have Leslie Harris cooling off to Sam I cottage which they recently purchased run in the sixth frame. Ingrahamflied I other hits recorded during the con J. C. Gekeler, Pastor CATHOLIC CHURCHSt. 717 Simonton Street
her vows desecrated by candle light Fletcher now that he had failed of on the county road. Soon I out to center. Kerr singled
Corner of White and Washington Rev. Alfred De Barritt, Pastor-
bad sent the dedicated candle sUcks his purpose of arousing James to active the family here will be increased! !, through short. McCarthy walked. test.The Reds scored their
Cincinnati Streets Mary's Star of the Sea Sunrise service in the park at
to be replated and refused absolutelyto interference . that cat Leslie letter from J. W. Shrout ini
as A I C. Lunn hit to third and on a wild
third straight victory handng the Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. Rev. Wm. Reagan, S. J., the rear of this church.
produce them in spite of persuasions and anxious to snatch at Calif. shows that he will !
pitch. McCarthy went to third and their shut ,
and Chicago Cubs second C. Elgin superintendent.The in charge Special Easter services duringthe
threats. Mrs. Northrup
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fairly bounced with James. < come here to visit within a short Lunn to second. Sweeting singledto out in two days. The score wa 4 Adult Bible Class is taughtby Order of services for this Lord's Day.Weeknight .
rage. Jane hung up the telephone receiver ,5me., scored. I
left and
"But . but is It so importantrJames and went slowly upstairs. McCarthy .40.1 to 0.The i the pastor. church: service. Tuesday, 8.
stammered. lie was so disap-- She must calm herself. She must Lunn flied out to short summaries: I Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sunday morning Masses will be p. m.
pointed he wanted to die. breathe softly and regularly and still Allan B. Cleare Jr., who attended In the seventh inning the NATIONAL LEAGUE Celebration of the Lord's Supper. said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock. Men's Club meets on Wednesday

"Not Important to have Jane that awful thumping of her heart the C. M. T. Camp last )'ear. ers scored two runs their !Bak-I First Came i Brief Easter sermon. "See the Week-day Mass at 7 o'clock. from 6 to 7 p.. m.

stabbed in the back You of all peo- Of course she loved James. It was tells the young men of Monroe([,the game. Bethel walked and At Boston R. H. E.i Place Where They' Laid Him." Evening service at 7:30 o'clock,

pie of course Its important. The only hysteria that fathered that sudden county that it is a great experience j;,I erts followed suit. On a wild pitch Brooklyn ..._... 4 11 2 Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Sundays and Fridays.PENTECOSIAL BETHEL A. M. t;. CHURCH

candles are an integral part of the desire to beat him savagely in and that no young man who is given ,' both runners advanced. IngrahamI Boston ........ 290 Sermon topic: "Three Big Words
decorations. A more heartless, cruel the face. All she asked from him the opportunity should fail to'!'I threw wild to third and Bethel Batteries: Clarke and Lopez; -Faith, Repentance Life." MISSION (Colored)

. 1 should think you could see that was a little human understanding; take the training course. "Personally !' t"ored. Ward went to third. Cas- Betts, Smith and Ilogan. i At the morning service Mrs.\ Corner Division and Thomas Sts.H. .

without being told." and he had failed her. ," he said. "I consider the 30 j tellano hit to short field and was I Gekeler will sing: Oley Speaks' "In 909 Olivia Street R. Hill pastor

"It doesn't seem very Christian This was to have been her great days! spent at the camp one of the' out at first, hut Roberts scored. Second Game the End of the Sabbath." Wm. Skondeen, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

James said weakly. lour, the supreme climax of her girl- best and richest experiences of I The leaders at bat were A. Ace At Boston R. H. E. At the evening service, a duet I Sunday morning worship, 11 Preaching, 11 a. m.

"Christian? I should say It wasn't hood. She had thought herself loved my life and if the opportunity was vedo for the Bakers, and Ubieta Brooklyn .... 4 fi 0 I "I am the Resurrection and the o'clock. I Junior A. C. E. League meetsat

Christian. If Mabel Webster after and admired. And she was laughed again offered I would gladly grasp | and Sweeting for the Funeral Boston ..... .......2 8 3.. Life," will be sung by Mrs. J. K. Sunday school for all, 3:30, p.1 5:39: p. m. .'
this: Is admitted to a Christian at-she, Jane Northrup! And James it. Homers each with two safeties in :
Batteries: Babich and Pehlps; Davenport and Mrs. Gekeler. m. Senior A. C. E. League meetsat
Hraven. . thought It funny . I four times up. Rhem, Frankhouse and Spohrer. Sunday night evangelistic service : 6:15: p. m.
At the head of the stairs her Owners of realty should place In the field, Iliggs caught some ", 'i 7:15: o'clock. Evening service 8 p. m.

MHS. Northrup had a great deal to mother said firmly "I've sent for their property listings carefully hard-hit balls on the sidewalk and At Philadelphia R. II. E.: CHURCH OF COD Tuesday, 7:15 m., and i *' Weekly Services
p. prayer
about Mabel Webster about Miss Minnie to come and give you a taking into consideration the reliability Armando and Goehring also played II New York ...... 712 3 I .I praise service. . 1 ''Tuesday, 'Ti30'I p. .m.;/Class..
all the altar guild In fact James miserable that even Mrs. relax.massage/Taka I'll a hot bath first and of the firms with which well For the Lopez ten. Bakr Philadelphia ...-....IS 20 3 1106 Olivia Street Friday, ,7:15. po; ?n.t fellowship .. Friday, 730p,, IJ\o9 ,:t P. ,, ,
bring you your supper on j they do business the willingnessof Ubieta and Kerr. .tarred. I I Morning service at 11 o'clock.
er. Batteries: Fitzsimmons. CasMe- meeting. bearsal.JJAINT.. ... .
satisfied.At .
: ,' .
Northrup was a tray. You must relaL"Jane ; "
that moment the telephone' the realtor to advertise and the Score by innings/ ,iR. II. E. I man;'Garbler, gmtttaand Mancuso; Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. Saturday.:2'r3d'pm.boys': j;:! and __:__L _"I I
was only too glad to be takenIn iltor'g desire fo close all of his! Bees .. 200 000 200-4 8 1 S lRd f.night service, ,7:15o'clock' :' .. .PETER'S: .CLJRCH., "." ,,
Willon.I. 'I 1 'y
bell rang shrilly. Alr,.. KoUurup hastened charg yMLshe lay,In the pcented r : "' I E. :Moor. Jorgens aluj . girl;_:c urth. j '' ., .J : .
< sales to the" ratisfication of allncerned 400 OOx-, (G .2 .'_, ..s 1 :
Lopes Oil U 4
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to answer it. James heard Her water slid managed somehow to !. I .. .11 t: hi ; d 'lhred : )ll9," <
cry sharply."It simply isn't possible.' make her mind a blank. Afterwards I IP'the realtors of our I Batteries: Gate, Ward and,,M. I. At' iteag'--,' R.- IT. E. Evangelistic service, Wednes ,METHODIST EPISCOPAL,,. (( ) :
city given the cooperation of Acevedo A. Lunn and Ingraham. .. day,7:15p.m. 1:1: I' Center1!Street.: Betweeii 1'eb.iflTla.' :
are ; Cincinnati 470 ;
I will not. Mr. Northrup and 1 will competently massaged and rubbed I I ---rrrr.r . ,
not allow It." A silence. Then. "ThisIs with alcohol; her heart stopped Its the proprety owners the realtor I Summary: Errors; Ingrahani'2.>,J,Chicago ._....._ ,080 Prayer and praise service Fri and Olivia; '
the 'last straw. I shall certainly ominous pumping. She .was able to will bEin a position to push the i I M. Acevedo; two base hits: Sweet Batteries: Johnson and Campbell day, 7:30 p. m. Teachers' meet- "EL SALVADOR" Easter Sunday

appeal to the bishop. She hung up. eat her creamed chicken and drink sale of the property with the full ing. McCarthy. Baker. Sterling;I ); Lee, Root and Hartnett.At ing. Corner Grinnell and Virginia Mass 8 a. m.
Mrs. Northrup had left the room the glass of sherry her father knowledge that he i is being pro stolen bases: Goehrin Bethel. M'I I I Streets Solemn Evensong and Benediction

red-faced and defiant She returned brought her. It was pleasant and tected. i Acevedo Ward Ingraham. Kerr Pittsburgh R. II. E. Latin Mission (Services in Spanish) of the Blessed, Sacrament, 7

white-faced and trembling broken comforting to be fussed over babiedas C. Lunn; struck out: by Lunn 2;I I St. Louis .*. 010 Services Sundays, Tuesdays and Sunday school, 10 a. m. p. m. *
and suddenly old. James got out of It she had been a little girL Past Master! Masons! of Key bases on balls: off Lunn 2, off Pittsburgh 3 12 2 Thursdays, conducted by Rev. Preaching 8 p. m. I Easter Week

her finally that it was the society' Jane came of no weakling breed. West have organized' the Remigio I I Ward 2. oft Gates 1; wild pitches: I, Batteries: Hallahan, Ilaine. Charles E. Lazo. Mothers' Club meets Monday Tuesday, Mass 7 a. m.

reporter calling up to point out to "I'm all right now," she told her, Lopez Past Masters Associationand Ward 2. Lunn 2; left on bases: Tinning and Davis; Blanton and Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. 8p.m. Wednesday,. Benediction, 1:30:

her that the wedding scheduled to mother at seven o'clock. And she the following; officers have Lopez 10, Busy Bees' 7; hits: off Padden. Bible study and prayer service, p. m.

take place that evening at eight was. Slim and white and virginal a been elected: President, Remigio; Gates 4 in two-thirds of an inning SOCIETY Wednesday, 8 p. m. Thursday, Mass, 7 a. m.
thirty o'clock conflicted with the little wistful and pathetic but reasonably Charles
Lopez; Secretary. E. Caring ; umpires: Lopez. Gonzalezand AMERICAN LEAGUEAt
weekly meeting hour. No one tranquil, she herself be'
prayer let ; treasurer W. S. Eakins. When Capote; time of game: 1:10. New York R. H. E. "LA TRINIDAD"
327 Elizabeth Street
had had remembered dressed in
thought no one her wedding finery.
the membership of the association Philadelphia 6 9 1 Revs. 1.. Oser and Montero
about prayer meeting. Jane sat still for a short while. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
is completed there will be 31. Mr. New York ._..511 1 Pastors :
And now the society reporter said Then rose and walked slowly to the TODAY Sunday morning service! at 11
she had been reliably Informed that long pier glass that stood by the win. Lopez has been a mason for 49 Batteries: Benton, Mahaffey, o'clock. Dnval and Angel Streets RUSSELL'SCIGAR

Dr. Morton had stated that he would dows. Not even Leslie Harris and years. I AMERICAN LEAGUE Lieber and Foxx; Malone, Murphy\ I Wednesday evening service at Sunday school, 3 p. m.

delay the prayer meeting until after Mabel Webster could truthfully deny Chicago at St. Louis. Tamulis and Dickey. I 8 o'clock.Reading Service in Spanish Friday, at

the ceremony but that he could not that she was beautiful. Editorial Comment: It i is claimed I Cleveland at Detroit. :I ; room in Society building 730p.m. ,

refuse admission to the church to fCopyrtjM. that the city man needs eight Boston at Washington. Washington ,R. IL E. open Tuesdays and Fridays -
Hit. Mated B. FamKatnt
any member of his congregation who suits of clothes. There are some, Philadelphia at New York. Boston _...._... .,...W.U 0Washin'gton from 3 to 5 o'clock. THE SALVATION ARMY STOREDaily
assembled for prayer meeting at the I however who consider themselves i .-.: 4"10 2

regular hour. th.Monday prttty, pretty the twin Cubbl punctur lucky with three, including over- NATIONAL LEAGUE I Batteries: Grove Walberg and Captain Vernon W. Walker, Officer ,- -

._ I alls and pajamas. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. R. Ferrell; Burke, Thomas Cap- MIXED BIBLE CLASS in Charge
- ------ '-- Cincinnati at'Chicago. pola md. Bolton. .. 1002 Fleming Street, Baseball Returns

I view Park are used ia liquidating At a recent.meeting of RobertJ. New York at Philadelphia. -- Sam B. Pinder and W. P. Mont Soldiers and friends of the Sal Daily ,

TO USE FUND |i I the cost of the bleachers, it was Perry' Chapter DeMolays, Hastings Brooklyn at Boston. At Detroit it H.:'E. cino Teachers vation Army are all invited to at- By Wire

Smith was installed as mas- Chicago 380 This class meets every Sunday tend the Sunrise service at Bay-:
pointed out today.
FOR BLEACHERSADMISSION ter counsel of the organization gratifying news to her many Detroit _,.- 2 S 1 morning at the Harris School auditorium view Park Sunday morning. -0-
The Key West Administration with John Roker selected senior friends. o'clock. Men and
at 10
as Batteries: Whitehead and Sew- Company meeting: (Sunday COME IN AND C.ETTHE
went to Considerable expense in officer and Joseph Cremata, as I ell; Marberry and Cochrane. women not connected with any school), 9:45 a. m.
j purchasing the bleachers tho? in junior counsel :Master Counsel I The Kainbow Club a recently! other Bible Class and regardlessof Holiness meeting 11 a.. m. RESULTS OF THE

CHARGES TO DIA- charge of the recreation depart- Smith will name the other officersat organized social club, held an entertainment ' Cleveland at St. Louis postponed denomniations are invited to Young ,People's Legion,. 6:30p. MAJOR BASEBALL

MONDBALL TO BE USED ment emphasized and that cost the next meeting of the organ las night at the home wet grounds. attend. m. LEAGUES0

must be reduced and finally wiped ization. of Ruth Davis. 1112 South street. i ,A two-act Easter pageant entitled -

FOR THIS PURPOSE i off the books by charging a Many del.'ghfnl! games w re' played Mrs. Celine Bowman, presidentof SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS "The Easter Message!' will CIGARS CIGARETTES

small admission to diamondball Marguerite Launders. daughter ..'Winners: were:, Boy'. first the National Federation of be presented at the evening service ,

games and other events, it was of Mr. and Mrs Emilio Launders prize Frank Vald.s; girl'c: first Business and Professional Women, 1017 Fleming Street which comments at 8 p. m. SOFT DRINKS,

Ml admission charges for seats taid. was operated on yesterday at the prize. Myrtle Mondul; boy's sec is leading a new drive for American R, T. Sawyer, Teacher Those who witnessed the Christmas ETC.

in the bleachers at the tri-weekly( Lowe hospital for tonnliti She ond'prize, Gilbert Demeritt; girl', 'adherence to the World Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m.) pageant presented ia this hall

liamondball gAiiu l>\lje&. at Bay- Subscribe to The Qtizen,. _. is getting along, nicely. ,. which" ,. is second' prize. Genevieve Roberts. Court. Sabbath service, 10:30 a. ni. no doubt will return for this one

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..... ... .... ..... TALLAHASSEE, April 20.- 1 that it was a mistake to have Pre. Legislature of the State of .Florida
AMrIaled )
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New VolumesAt Our prediction, prior to the con- ]ham-stringed the tax structure RICHMOND, Va., April 20.- at lature the regular now ItfinK Session held of in said ........................

Announcement Many vening of the legislature was with a prohibition against any John Rixford, who made four year A. I>. 1935 for the """/ lot'KIII'1 ROOMS at 8 o'clock Sunday

Of Engagement Public Library that not liquor control, pensions,I levy, however small, on incomesif : generations of youngsters graspon I a the local cancellation or special of bill all evening, the Congregational

schools, sales tax, but the Re- and when necessary . circus day, with his triple flip certificate Issued to the State of 1 'THE Church choir will ting the Cantata
.. Florida for unpaid taxes assessedon l\IUNRO"-Rooms unexcelled -
Act which would
31:. and Mrs. W. W, Johnson Many\ new volumes have been covery give over the backs of five elephants, real estate in Monroe Count}'. I in price and location. "From Death Unto Life," by
legislators the real headaches . The house and senate rules
committee for
Public has home to Florida each year prior to the
announce the engagement of added to the Key West come stay. 128 NE 4th Street Miami Fla. Stults.
That year 1JIO which are now held
prediction was well justified are more powerful than
1 the few In the basement of the Knightsof the State and for the surrtnder b\1'I The following is the
Elizabeth Library during past apr416txPIAWO program
their daughter, I: I . First proof came in the ever this session . They were Columbus clubhouse here, the said certificate .

George I. Knowles, Jr., son of Mr. .. weeks, a number of them best flood of telegrams from inde- designed to. "speed-up" legislation -;: man who has been credited with Dated April :20th.! 'IJJi.! :; Part One

and Mrs. George I. Knowles, Sr., sellers and books that are much pendent merchants (said to be : through orderly preparationof originating the dive-Xiani-a.springboard prv-lt 11KUNIK! C. I'AI'V. TUNING Chrut't Passion and Death

sought after by the reading pub 25,000 in number calendar "He was Despised and Reject
The wedding will take place in ) demanding make jt harder ta call [ over five elephants now I.KtilL.: :MtTICK
,';lic. support, of the Florida Recovery up bills out of tUI'I\:-bi" majority cpnducts gymnasium class. PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo ed." A. D. Luethi and chorus.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church on I'!' Jtmong those worthy of especial Act, which. if passed, would or two thirds, vote ''as custofciary He-was head-man of the "Mar. undersigned:NOTICE. Is hereby will apply given that to The th. reno. Excellent piano for sale "He was Oppressed and Afflicted

May 10.Taylors. mention now on the library sound the death knell of chain in past sessions ...vv Kow-:! ar.i:1 velom-Hixfotds. Starting with Legislature ()f the State .of Florida cheap. 1018 Division street. ," Mrs. Janice Lewis! .
i Come and Get It,1' at the regular a Sepniou of. said mar20lmoFOR "Behold all Things that
shelves are
are: store operation in this statepro.vided I mous consent is necessary- to the old John II. l\blrray.circu in Legislature now being held in this I

Return To !! Edna Ferber; Green Light, Lloyd of course, that it was held :thi&.. !?But'rules work both'",IYI I, 1881, he appeared with just about the year A. I). 193S. for the. passage, Written," John Archer and

'; Douglas; Ship, Hendrik Willen constitutional . That maneuver .'-'. .' When Schofield, handing the i show of in I of a local or special bill ..ont..rrlnR'lunlll RENT chorus. /
I : any consequence December 31. :
every 1936. on the
City ,I Van Loon; Heaven's My Des.ti-: alone jarred immensely . But ailministration sales tax bill for this country and on occasions his I lI I Governor of the Stale of Floridathe I "It is the Voice of Jesus," Mrs.

''1 nation Thornton Wilder Suzy I II an even more effective jar was to school financing attempted to! circuses.I riKht. |>oer and authority in BICYCLES WE RENT Shaw, Mrs. n 'egro. George Archer
troupe joined European by the
Charles Taylor manager of the I Herman Gorman; Mary Peters,' be seen in the personal appear. introduce the measure out of turn.' Wth) age advancing Rixford I I his .discretion with or without to remove cause from any office or Hour, Day or Week. Repairall and A. D. Luethi.

Porter Dock Company, and Mrs. Mary Ellen Crane; The Folks[ ance of several; hundred mer- i the opposition blocked the move quit the "big top" and came back,I l'all officers elective or appointKe.f makes and paint them with "And When They Came to the

Taylor. who have been spendinga Ruth Suckow; February Hill, Victoria chants and influential citizens of by individual objections . The to live in Richmond, his hometown i the corporation City of Key organized West, a and municipal existing - Nu-EnameL We carry a full Place! Called Calvary," Miss Cav-

brief vacation away from Key Lincoln; Life Begins at the 67 counties last Thursday to school lobby now is resigned to He is known here by his I I under the laws of the State supply of parts. Agent for the anesa and chorus.

West returned over the highway }Forty Walter B. Pitkin; Stars coilor the individual legislators the fact that its original programof .of Florida. rrpealiiiK all laws t.r Rollfast and "The Grave Itself a Garden Is,"
real name, P. Beauregard Ryan, parts thereof whether K..n..ral.IIN'al Dayton Bicycles.
yesterday.Mr. ', Fell on Alabama. Carl Carmer; . Most FERA sponsors went I financing schools other than and is familiarly called "Bory." 1 or special in conflict with And sell them as low as $5.00 chorus.

and Mrs. Taylor left last The Forty Days of Mu\ >a Dagh, home for the week-end deter- I through a sales tax is impossible. -I,said shall bill.take: prnvidinK effect immediately,. that said upon bill down and $1.00 per week. We Part Two

Saturday to attend the conventionof '( Franz Werfel. mined that they would} be back I permitted to sell by the drink Its becoming a law. Buy and Sell all makes of usedBtc'cles The Resurrection

Rotarians and Rotary Anns, There are also a number of interesting Tuesday in far greater numbersto When the new liquor sale act The liquor bill fight will be.1 D.Dated 1935.;; this 19th day of April. A. Phone 276. J. R.I "Break Forth Into Joy," chorus.

which was held in Bradenton on mystery stories; which attend the first public hearingon is (offered sometime this week. nothing like that anticipated aprl9-ll ARTHUR OOMEZ.IN Stowers company, 515 Duval : "And When the Sabbath was

Sunday and Monday April 14 and have been considered among the the proposed bill before the yon can put it down that it will Almost no sentiment whatevernow .1 street. apr9-tf Passed," chorus.

15. < best of their kind and other stories combined judiciary committees of be the handiwork of Alston exists for State Control . TIU: rinciiT roi ItT OF TIIRTMKNTIKTH "I Know that Redeemer Liv-
Jl IHtltLMItCI IT my
After the convention they went which have been quoted in litsj! I the house and senate . I Cockrell, of Jacksonville author '
I In fact no dispensory bill will be or TIII !STVTK 01 ri.oitii\. FOR SALE-MISC. cth," Mrs. Janice Lewis.

to Tampa for a stay with relativesof of best sellers.jFlocrShow. Most members of the assembly, 'of the 3.2 beer law, the prohibition offered at all, under present in- IN I' (.\'iiCIlt''II FOIt: MONHOK. ('01':NTY.MKKCKDKS "Angels Rolled the Rock.
and then visited
Taylor. ; I who are lawyers express private.i I repeal amendment to the dications. : : A. TAYLOR Juinedby SEVERAL DELCO and Kohler Away," chorus. .
other points in the fctato. At ly the opinion that the FRA 'constitution . Cockrell i Is accepted her husband and next ; '
I project light plants Diesel En ,:Why > thc Living
I 'k : friend. II. K. TA\'I..JY' *.f''i1 i is. cheap. Seekj JY: r ;
I Club Tonight is unconstitutional in its|I ienejrally a.s.State's: : :::1[ffI/jLf'ALSv./ I .I'V' "1"19U S. ' gines. ''K'O'Boxl2llTampa, AmqtKthe\| Dead," .iisjn's; choF4L[

More, Visitors piesent form because confiscatory foremost authority on. liquor \' ...r..I."artl..f>|.1.. Fla. ;! *4nd They erattea gaiety,
.. I I I Of T. (>rtifleate .
Ccming Here :' There wilf-be--: -'floor how and and a denial of the rights of democracy ' ,legislation . lie has been tin ". t <':'-. ...'OTH'.: '8 11'i ...... ('11.\RI.I'S: s. 1 nA.(1W* !:'" {;'from'! 'the S (JlJlchre," Mrs." Paul. )

'I' guaranteed under the con Tallahassee almost. continuouslysince !MiTICK is hereby Kin that the Mrs. ll.XTER.hls stretr; I'Archer. 'and cb 'rus.' '
' dattcc at the I1aU na.Mitdrid Club stitution . That fails to register I the' ,c PJ\yenmg\ of the nndersiKned will apply t.. The married heirs and if devisees dead their cranteesor unknown ) j fl I *'He"is Risen,1: chorus.!

, Alan M'orris5\ representative >f tQlli starting at 10 o'clock. however\ with the rank and : assembly Apr,2t, . In his own at Ix-Kislaturc the rethilar the Session State of "f'lorlda.1 said other claimants, et; al [_o' P _::I ,. 'I" : I' -,

the Associated I Press' in Miami, .". According ,the management file of members as well as the quiet, dignified way, he has beenin Iji-ftihlatHiv Dow beinK ..I.t' in this I Defendants.It J.:>The Citizens

i1 d'1rnl.. Morris are expected to; there art eight. new acts. heduled rank and file of independent mer- I conference with the Governor, .the scar .\. I>. 1935.: : for the pasture I apitcariiiK filed by in the the sworn above bill stated'cause oci.iij.lalnt 0 ty Road near Casa Marina Jj .
.f local approving
-rUI I.ill
a or i Hotel and the beach. '
arrive in Key West tomorrow for for tonight's program. chants . They have been ad- legislative groups and individual "alifyliiK ,'talidatini and ronrlrmIInac that the defendants CharlesS. Apply -
a stay of several days, enjoying a Music for dancing will be fur. vised otherwise by FRA counsel I leaders and members, ascertain- the action ..f the City Council Itaxter and Mrs. Itaxler his J. W. V. R. Plummer, 1107
wife if married if alive are nonresidents
vacation at the close of the nifhed:; by two orchestras Louis! . They want the Recovery Act-j 1 ing views with respect to any of the corporation City of Key..f West Florida, a municipal taken-I I I I of the State of Florida Fleming street. apr20-6tx

tourist in Florida. Carbon!!' dance orchestra and !: l hy resolution, and that their place of residence as D.ARONOVITZDEPARTMENT
season and its drastic provisions and and every local and other condition declaring an emcrtrencv -I I
:| is particularly known to affiant Ico FEMALE HELP WANTED
<< in said Citcalling ;
Another visitor of note, expected !! the Rhumba band. nothing less. j'I or situation . It is known the tomorrow is Henry Ferguson I I that he has been meeting with and surrendering to the Covertior I..wlt. 31 Milk Street Koston.Massachusetts. STORE
Cham stoic ownerships sit complacently ADDRESS ENVELOPES at home,
staff writer of the United Washington to Flemington. N. J., !jhuspiising! success in all legal powers of the ...ffl1.rH..f That complainantis 1
securing Informed and
verily believes that
by, apparently indifCerjent Kaid City in order that sparetime; $5 to $15 weekly. Experience -!
Press' in Washin ton who will to the trial Bruno said Charles S. Kaxtcr 618 DUVAL STREET
; j cover of Haupt- j agreement on essential featuresof he may administer thq affairs is dead and'hal
to the passage of the act,1)i at the time of his Il..ath'IIS unneccssaiy. Dignified
also spend: reveral days in the city. mann and wrote columns of the bill. . of the said Cit)': and al'pr..ving.ratir3ing a
I I'rosp is a bachelor that he left heirs devisees work. Send !
completely confident that it is unconstitutional validating and confirming ; stamp for |IIt'rticu-
sending; out stories by wire of, stories incident to the trial. that it will be I I licensing system similar to the the action of the (:',vernr of K ran lees or other claimant lars. HAWKINS, Dept. 170, SPECIAL ATTENTION
who unknown to
I are complainant
Key We1.1Ir. He will be accompanied by Jim present scale.It Florida In recognizing said enierKency. -
I thrown out of court once attacked his acceptance of the reKM.nsil and that the address of the estate Box 75, Hammond, I'td.
\ Ferguson was the U. P., Reale, correspondent of the Uni. I "ility tendered by said resolution of said Charles S. Baxter is coStanley apr20-ltx I
. TO
staff man who was sent from:' ted Press i in Mi mi. may be as little as $250 for and all matters and things' It. Miller and Frank Lewis
is however that the 31 :Milk Street, Itoston."huII..UII
I i Suspicion done undertaken, performed suffered -
- --- '-- ... _ Recovery Act might merely be an I I the state, $250 for the county or omitted hv the Covernor of : that complainant verilylieves "t'- SALESMEN WANTED Net Organdy, permanent -

........... teeeeeeeeeeeePERSONAL instrumentality that can best be but no less, for retail large Florida under this nlh said day rcsolitin.lhstel of April.. A. liter that the saul age defendants of '\\'...nlolleI'ars arceach finish, just the

BAND CONCERT I IJACKSON used in arousing the enthusiasm. I enough to rVevent liquor ale II. iS3.apriltit: .. and that there is no person SALESMAN, 10 PERCENT COMMISSION thing for Graduation
readily cola AKTIIL'R !( in the State of Florida the service
as and (10'o1l-Z.:
MENTIONleeeeeeeeeeee cocoa yet -
if not indignation. of independent 'I I of a summons in chancerywhom upon Dresses-in all 65c
small enough to afford sufficient' [ would bind said defendants clothing hats shoe
: merchants in a campaign against ,y.i': or >nvriirs: I IXOTICi pastel shades yard
!s\ii: I I lor of them.
e**.eeee< responsible outlets to meet the any real CM- good Gedinsky.! 225 Division t
chain store expansion . This tale involved In this cause is defMribed
Miss Barbara Curry left yesterday suspicion further to contemplate -I demand . The idea of temperance : : IS 1I.rUU4H > ...:-;.: as follows: In Monroo, Street, New York City. I
goes of
encouragement will not belost I lat under and I byirtue of. a,,,1I.urllualll Count)'. Florida ,,,-\\11 : Large showing
MARCH COMPOSED BY MARCYB. for Tavernier to spend) the that leadership of the Un- I to that certain-, ,decree Lots Seventeen (17) and apr20-ltx
week-end with her sight of in the legislation made and entered on I the 2nih day KiKhteen:i OKI) in S one EASTER DRESSESfor
family. slaught has in mind an ultimate <|uare (II
DARNALL TO BE I, proposed . In addition to the of :March A. I'. 193J:::;, by t thy.Honorable I of Tract Twentseven (:1)>> WEARING APPAREL I
compromise to provide their real Jefferson It. I'.rowne,
I JudKe ofthe according to the :Marlello Towers
Children Misses and
j Miss Barbara Albury left yesterday objective legal enactment tax- I license income a tax of 80 cents* Circuit Court of (he T..nll..lhJuilithil subdivision, I'lat of which in -- ,
RENDERED afternoon to Easter; per gallon will be imposed on an Circuit of Monroe COUIlt)'. duly recorded in I'lat took I, HOSIERY; SOLD ON APPROVAL, Ladies at Popular PricesChildren's
spend ing chain stores out of businessby "Florida In .
Chancery that
certain 140 :IolcI Count .
page rots Flor
I >
ladies' silk hose almost
anticipated fine
2.000,000 from ,
Sunday with her parents at Isla- a progressively high license gal- cause therein pending, whereinlierlin ida. Records.It .
The following program will be) morada. Ion consumption annually A. Sawyer is complainant is therefore Ordered that llli,1I..f..nlalllll ; perfect, 5 pairs $1.00. Men's
. Even chain store friends ad- I . Silk Crepe and
S. \ Haiti and Helen
Welters' Cornet Oatti. < Charles S. liaxterMrs.
given by Kandj i This $1,600.000 would be increased and Rayon Fancies, good imperfects,
his wife. .
mit the legality of such a iS' Kelly and Raster IIH! wife If Taffeta Dresses each-
pro- married -
under the direction of Tony Welters I Sheriff K. O. Thompson, who ceedure I by about $400,000 fro'mlicense Catherine It. Kelly:: his wife, John and if dead their unknown 16 pairs $1.00, postpaid; satisfaction -1 ,
as only recently brought: S. iiannone .
starting at 4:30 )p. m. tomor, and about 100.000 from sometimes known as heirs devisees. Kralll. or other guaranteed. ECONOMY' $1.00
was on a business! visit to Miami home to them most forcibly in the [ John S. iiannons, cwis 1':. fierce, claimants having or claimiiiK aninterest .
row at Jackson Square; I and Matecumbe! returned terday. the sale of beer-3.2 in the dry Kmory U Tierce and Robert it.Russell in and to the HOSIERY CO., Afeheboro, N. C.
yes> case of Fox versus Standard Oil, I properly Children's Silk Dresses,
"Ameiican ; are the defendants the .
1. March Army counties and "sky's the limit in unII..r..l"n..d hereinbefore described be, and they apr20.1txLOST
a West Virginia case, in which the 1 Special Master in Chancery are hereby required to sizes from 3 to 14
In ,
\ appear years
Life, Jin icy IS. Darnall, (former;, the 40 odd wet counties . All appointed b)' said decree will the bill of complaint filed in said
U. S. Court said in
editor of The Key West Citizen Mrs. Sands left yesterday Supreme unequivocal -II revenues from the sale of .alcoholic offer for sale and sell at i'utljcoutcry cause on or .before Monday the lit h each-
and former Key West ) Harry language that states to the highest bidder for day of :alay. A. U. 1932.:; otherwise
pubtmaster. I afternoon for Miami where she have the right to tax additional beaverages would! jo' to -afch. Icfor.tha front door. of the the allegations of said bill will betaken LOST-Pair Tortoise Shell Spec- $1.98
a-Reveille b-As.sembly c-Ad- the general fund . Beer revenues Coi.nty: Court House' in Key West. as confessed by said defendant -
j jutant's Call, d-Rctreat, c-Tattoo,! will spend a week with units after store No. 1 in the now to the school fund :Monroe County. "Florida on :Mon *. tacles near Presbyterian church. We have a large assort-
I friends. chain as they please-even to the go day the Cth day. of May, A. I' 1S35: It is further Ordered I hit t I this Finder please return to 537 Materials
f.Ta IS" . No difficulty i is anticipated belnjc a rule day of said Court and Order I be published once each week ment of Dress
2. Waltz, "Little Iuby: ," W.| Reginald Hart, of the state plant point of prohibition against successful in the passage of the liquor bill a hours legal of sales day during"; th. legal for four consecutive weeks In ThKey .. Caroline street or Phone 6974and including the new Shadow
operation . salitowit, between 11oVIiHk West Ciliieli, a newspaper published receive reward. apr20-lt
L. Skagg. hoard, left yesterday afternoon to substantially as submitted by in the forenoon and ; in Monroe Count).. Florida.1 Organdies, Voiles, Chiffons -
k 3. Overture, "The Honor I spend the week-end with his family Belief is that the more sober I I Cockrell . However, several .,'.-lock in the afternoon. of said day Dated April :3. 1935.UOSS: :;. Checker Nub, Seer-
of anti-chain store attack following described C. ,
I thought property 8AYYKR.I: BENJAMIN
Roll \V. U Skagg. in Miami. I I amendments will be attempted in to satisfy said decree by pajmentof Clerk of Circuit Court. suckers Etc. at Popular
the ,
4. Fox Trot, "I'll String, ers is to put legislators on taking that advantage of that the amounts therein specified: RAYMOND:: >> I K. LORD, FUNERAL HOME
Helio Renedo, who was spending spot regarding the Recovery Act, In the ('ityof Key West, Solicitor for Complainants.I Prices.
Along With You Wiinen and I j
I I provision of the Repeal amendment Monroe! County. "Florida knownas apr6-13-2v-Z7.:! mnay4 Established 49 Year*
Dubin. a few days in Key West, left many of whom say they are giving counties the right Lots Three (3). Four (4) and Key w..,'. Oldest
5. Pahs-'on Trombone's I yesterday to join his family in "heart and soul" with the independent ; Five (3) in Block Fifteen (15). Figured Batiste, fast
!I I
F.Ml.ti to regulate sale through local or ai shown on the Plat of The 24-Hoar Ambulant Service
Gal. ally Trombone," Henry, Miami.J. merchants but cannot special legislation . Dadecounty's Key West Investment Coin- MONROE THEATER Uceited e.Bbal. .erPk. I colors, 3 yards 50C

Fillmore. \V. Perkins. prominent business subscribe to the drastice provisions representative* may Tract l.an8 17 subdivision, duly recorded of part in I'lat of Katharine Hepburn ... 138 Nlfkt ...-wI for ....................._.....

6. "The Uage in Ireland," Edward .I and proposed and especially *o want less restrictions than suggested HIH.k J, page 6', of :Monroe -inLITTLE 1
man of Philadelphia, annuals when constitutionality is doubted! County, Florida Itecords.ALLAN Our tyle selections of
B\. r. a-Come Back to by the general law, may MINISTER
ifitor' to Key Wet left yesterday It CLKAIIK. ilL,
. Their hand be called
Ireland b-Drien Borhoim's March! may seek amendment excepting of a Special Master in Chancert. Matinee NEW SPRING SHOES for
afternoon. for his: home ; Balcony, lOc; Orche 5 ''ir '
with license . Then RAYJIfWIl It. .
act LOUD.the
1-Thei a I
f Cathlcen :JLivoureen' ( f fJtak't' city. I I .- "heart and soul" sentiments can patch-work :measure so far as :ol1clttlr"fm': Complainant. tea, 15-20c5 Night, 15-ZSc "I'I ItJ MtjnvWQimjn'; and, Children -

of .\Iallow. e-Killarney.i regulatory provisions: ,i are concerned u'"' apr -IS-o-27:! :! ; ma)'. tAFfEft are-models of grace-

f- al"', Shill ', Shally. g-To Ladies'tVW'Kfounrl'Hoys. ! irs. I. ,N, Meitzer:, ,."wnb,, wasspending be given free play because no . The; state law will f lness]!*' 'pleasing 'to the
of attaches to :
!!' :'. h-The Harp! a w-eek with, her son, question provide for independent r ,tail r rI t t 'eye( a'nq 'flattering to the

Tyn&' )''Mrf.Went Through Tara's': Curtis, and mother Mrs. Charles any high licensing program. outlets permitting! the jsale .of ,.
lv -- 1 I : fept Whites, Bac.Browns kY.::
Hall.! 6 h\k icftrt'erday afternoon '
I ;; only liquor ja packages; $ ,downto. 1 ; '
It's safe to that the administration ( EASTER"CLEARANCE (wo-Th4t $> ..
7. say tiRdSSED : ; P1
Chinese EYES
Novelty. "Hong fuNiuini4.r' : ; a half pint, no liquor being'c9ztsun'd -: KOLTSBERG'SBeautiful :
Kong" lIol(.: 8. Lieutenant W. 1P.. Roberts.! ,. majority in both houses . On' advise of" Cloths., Low and high-
Overture, "Plantation some sentiment favorable to a parents 'cross eyed
Echoes: Thomas Coatee j Florida National Guard, who was! I I measures in which the administration $25 retail license so that drug children to "Let them alone, heels.
time with his family is interested it New Chiffon Voiles
spending a brief really may "
y. March. "The York Firemen ' stores, grocery stores and filling I just Special prices Monday on maybe they will out-grow it. POPULAR PRICES
afternoon for be taken for granted that the opened up, CH/ I
." II. F. 'rumlin. i I left yesterday stations may sell liquor, but yard OUC merchandise purchased for This i is an error. We NEVER
where he is stationedwith house will roll majority of per
10. Star Spangled! Hanner.K ) Matecumbe up a proponent \tf the high licen J3 Come and see them MondayNew I Easter "out-grow" Far-Sight. It INCREASES
"E. about . Senate strengthwill
j I Iss Battery -- seven and purely liquor stores, hold SHOES with age.: EASTER SUITSFORBOYSANDMEN
l be proportionately greater . I I
AN PELETTEiTO THE that the latter plan i is best that Printed Special reductions on EasterShoeslatest Proper glasses will correct
.... Senate and house leaders point I Summer Silks, '
ss O..eToday's ........ COLORED MINISTERIAL AL- among other things it assures regular $1.35 Spring and Sum- this condition without medicineor

] Birthdays ; LIANCE OF KEY WEST. I IWegt. out that' in in times legislation of stress which! expedients in-I employment for about 4,000 I sale Monday, yard.(J | on mer style leaders. You'll be surgery. I In Pure Linen New

people now idle . Of course per yard ..- ......... C1'1.00 surprised at the savings you I Come in today for a complete pinch-back models. Nice
..................... ... : Fla., I I time of prosperity or normalcyif hotels and restaurants will be I can make by visiting our Shoe I examination.DR. .
Key I selection of White
there is any such thing: as I Department Monday.. All sizes
I Harold! Lloyd, screen comedian. I April 20. 11 35. normalcy-rise' up to smite us. . i I $1.00 Rough Crepes all new -Every new. style-Any wanted I J. A. VALDES Pants for Boys and Men.
born at Kurthaid.! Nebr., 41 !I Summer shades .
years Reverend: Gentlemen: For that reason there is every indication ' washable, combination or color. I II
ago. reliably in-. on sale at Orthofon Soft-Lite Licence
j As I have been PALACE

!i formed that at your regular meet-!''I that legislation they will that go slow be in I per yard "..._h''..,.... rjr C I Special DRESSESOur Prices on I 532 DuTal Street JI
pushing i
Abraham, Kp.>tein of New Yoikj; ing. held Monday, April 15. you may : Tonight; Sunday and Monday I
i I found to handicap governmental aim U to reduce every .
City. executive secretary of the !! much objection i New Wash -----.- --
1 raised so much fuss. so -I processes in better times . .1 .Dr Ii."e5 just'' opened I thing for Monday-DRESSES
American Association for Social. the application -' up-See windows will
to receiving : There is growing sentiment in I (PQO| be no exception. Silk and
Security. .ld age pension expert of Rev. F. Z. Flack. pastor; a on sale Monday ,wJL tJO Cotton Dresses offered ni CI.lIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I. .
I !both houses favorabe! to submission I
)born in Iussia13 years ago. of A. it!. E. Zion Church, into amend- I new styles at eat prices to reduce S
I of a constitutional

i 1, your alliance that he wa forced1,j merit restoring to the legislature I Printed Voiles.' 'I'e'g25c yard of sizes our for stock.Misses.and Excellent? range Is \
William I II.! ]Hn-il', English: poet-}I i to withdraw said application for :on sale Monday/ .Matron: : Everybody Saying--
i the to impose an income r 50c I I
author born f 04 years ago. I I t membership. i, power 3 yards, ...... SILK MATERIALSPlain
taxfi'mbers: are growing f' ; !
As objection was based!i and leftlover
Paul Poiret. French fashion' I, wholly your upon the fact that he was' more favorable to the conviction I Black and White Voiles, 10 different I from our tremendous. Silk "Have You Seen S

maker, born 3C :rears ago. I:1 in the pulpit! of Trinity Presbyterian -I patterns, on business during: the last few
I I Church. read the Scripture'I' KEY WESTCOLONIAL sale, per yard . .. ,35c weeks of the Easter season-
Adolf Hitler. -
German Chancellor I all to be specially priced for I

born .It; years ago. (i: lesson and lined a hymn or two.; HOTEL I I. Monday. TheNewChevrolef'i I

- --- I I I during the runeral services of the 39c All Colors Linens on Make certain to visit this I

EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE late James D. Roberts, Sr.iWIH i In the Center of the Business I sale, special 25c store Monday. Everything will

I I you kindly use the columns : per yard 'n._. .,,- be reduced.

The service of the Trinity Pres- of this paper to set forth your;t and Theater District I I

Interian Church is: to be held in moral objections I -THE- Now On Display
I reasons justifying your 50c Seersuckers, on
First Cla Fireproof
j 35c
the Colored Park at ihe rear of to Rev. Flack attendingthis I sale, special yard
the church and will commence at particular funeral or his have I

Gam. ing visited this particular church?I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl With Leo Carillo, Louise Faienda 81x90 Peperell Sheets regular City' Leading Ladies' Store MaIZER MOTOR CO.

Special music will be rendered Respectfully! yours and Ted Healy $1.15, on bale $1 00

by the choir and the sermon will JAS. D. ROBERTS. JR., .1' Carafe Elevator Two Comedies and Short Reel 1 at _.___ nn 1. APPELROUTH :

be preached by the Rev. A. de 321 Catherine Street. .
Barritt. apr20-ltx Popular Price Matinee: 10-lSc; Nifht: 15-25c 1fI"lllili.l" IIII..IIT.lI '

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'10314' 'info:fdaE20090331_AAABGSfileF20090331_AABYXT' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00486.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'10162' 'info:fdaE20090331_AAABGSfileF20090331_AABYXW' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00486.xml'
xml resolution

xml record header identifier 2009-02-24setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:creator Key West citizendc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date April 20, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPHBIBNUM)dc:source University of Floridadc:language English