The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00488
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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System ID: UF00048666:00488
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I For Associated Best C5 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of Key Day West to Wire the mI: )f' l{rp W.- cst. (( llcn' ? country most range Key West equable: only;,;'Florida Hh 14 weather*an Fahrenheit, average has in the the-I I


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Senator Gomez Introduces ,. RECENT VISITOR i Air Rescues. 'Sumnped 1 Danes Rally Against Hitler Drive


Resolution To Merge Key WRITESTRiP1MRS. ""\To&Help: Protect ,France:** I >- :;'i: In Area, Divided By .Post-War. Vote

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West And Monroe CountyMeasure i ELEANOR MACFARLAND Against Surprise Danish Accusation Made


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Would Permit f Militant Merchant 1' FROM CHARLESTON I Minister Says Private MANY RECEIVE "Shoot" Scenes On Cruise; Made In Key West Waters; Backed By Flow Of

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Legislature To Set I Organizations To Bel< CERTIFICATESIN German Money

I Writing from Charleston, S. C.,,

Up New Government In Mr.s. llleanor tanning! Macfailand\ ,, I Called For First Time FERA \WORK .. .......... ....__... ........... ...... ._2.____ _. I I
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Key West I who.ith Mr. Macfarland, was a I'' This YearBy .V croup well-known\\11 motion Included in the catch \\cre Uy (ELMER n.. _\....4>rlai W."PETERSON l Prr:...
guest at I'll'ales Cove Fi>,IIMIR from New
pHtuuexecutives grouper mackerel yellow jack SCNDLRDOIG, Dcnu.rk. April
: w 'tt : Camp, tells uf the delightful: time! DISCHARGE CARDS IN VOLUNTARY \',>ik. which included Hob Wolff bairacuda, sunfish and kingfish :

i they enjoyed.! esiK-cially while ROBERT B. PARKLlll pf I K: K O, Fied Schwartz Harold all of good size, and! weight. :, 23.-Willi charge of unfair. in.
4llv %k....riiMril l'rr.. I' CORPS ARE ISSUEDTO
N. Heiman and :Jljion Siege! of A iiiobt unusual and thrilling :
: ) inrlatrd t'lrunt lucrce
public opinion
T TALLAHASSEE April 23. : fishing That part of the Utter relating i on : being
PARIS, April 23.-Reserve air LARGE NUMBER BY AD- Century Circuit of Theaters has incident occurred while on the !: v
-A resolution to consoli- ;, her experience, while angling I I II I jn't ieturncd from .1 MX-day fi -h1 ieefs A large barracuda was:'aired in the pro, the fuettiJu

follows: I units and private flying organizations MINISTRATION !1 jog CrUi'e off Key West. t hooked by one of the party, anti j whether North SVtvig again. w.ll
date the of Key 'L '
governments "Never have I i-puit a more ex- I will be moAzVa "'thl! '$ !I Captained by the inimitable as the} fi'-h i\a: alxxit to be :giffed.

Wed and Monroe Countywas tiling or more enjoyable) day than t ? !' "I1 pl'y" under 4, the party (-'tI a monstrous:: hammerhead haik alt beet rue a disputed; territory be.
I of thecampaign e11i (
year as part
fettSficitcS of discharge fronMt penenced unusual!': : success with ttcked the barracuda but instead I tween Germany and permark i i.
introduced today by tlu one we sjient at Pirates Cove.l I .
to bolster IUnarf"de. plenty of thrill and (excitement. of taking t the proverbial bite out

Senator Arthur Gomez of ,' I nexcr knew before that ex1!, I : tie Key H'e't Volunteer Work The prize catch was a six and) a of the fishtail, the banimerhea becoming increa ialy practicaL
d't! large fish as colorful oras femes.Ce.eral.
any 1 *' 3e issued to 133 : : half foot tarpon landed. ) by Mr. took the fi"ii in his mouth and ran A recent celebration of "South
Key West. beautiful as the dolphin. Je1. .,j Corps < person
I I Victor 41n, alt''ndnhster r Hoi man. one of t th. largest e\('r off yard after yard of line. After
The measure proposed a : '"1 will never forget the thrill Iexperienced 1't'rI1t:r Ve'rterdayjftbringing: the total tt caught in thee watPrs. and another a hard tust-lo, the lmk was: reel j Jutland diy" in this territory
as the fish leaped ajd Uat; lr :
: ? !., '123; it'\P: announced thu morning tarpon measunrg five feet 4..1 to the :side; of the I.o.t.IllIt: : witrestej a special. tale of tltmft
constitutional amendment
from the water in the sunlight,
Von H. Priest piomincnt merchant proprietor I ; izations will be called the itl i was landed by! Mr.I WsIff.i I Ii i, unfortunately however, as it wmabout
5 ond 10 stores operated in Florida obaolore : and when it swam up toward the: at the Key West Administiaiion. to provide r und.0, preserve
which would permit the opposed tin 50-colled "Recovery Act"ot Many thrills" were affolded the to be harpooned the shark
To'lohas'cIcjisiotive! bearing Mr Priest 1>031. It was the l best day of fi"hing i; time this year, instead of in 193C', i.
bust party when a three bundled, and let go, of the barracuda and! di-ap Danish. sentiment in a boiindtry:
I legitlaturc to set a new told the Icgis'otive! committee either of uever had.
up ncucs foundid in flo:ido or p.ospe wirhloridj as previously planned, because of The GJ3 persons; who have rveired fifty-pound loggerhead turtle was peared into the depths.
( da rot d-'c'va lo be Icji litcd out "\\ ( hope to return some time : region whicK history has ntarkej
City of Key West, taking in oi cus'cnce t-cu.; of a few md.y,dual mcicbantt for a tarpon or sailfish. You bee, : Ihe fears of a surprise attack on ( certificates<< during/ the four harpooned, end successfully captured. -,, Fifteen \' who toi'cd lo 5:1t mad* busswsu : beer I I caught during the trip, proving : with war and conflict.
all of Monroe : days that the diploma have
County. conditions wi'h mod** tusinc's m.iod.- I don't e\in mention bonefish for I I
France from the air. )In !search: of further thrill the that the! waters! of K..y't' t are i
-- ---- I \\'aOoun',, after readme how one!I Ii I available worked!. out a total of Tit the Danisii accusation tint
The new city government patty rmixed the binVs in a small ,, more abundant in game fHi than ,
would replace the TO HOLD EXAM. i,' caught" that I could never I' He told the Union for DefenseA'ainst ) ; 2CI/JOJ) ): hou)"!!. They had pledged J boat, and with a harpoon attached) any other part of the country. : na-i i piopa piula is being ba:'L "I 1

present ijualify Air Attacks that Fiance's;: a total of 278,869) hour, or fivepercent to rod and reel., Mr Kchwaitzlanded Motion pictures of the (cruise : by a rteady fit w oT Certan,:

governments, leaving only FOR INSPECTORPOSITION ed When from Mr1-hr fishing icfarland:! trip, return-I on the air fleet N leady to answer "bom-r more than was actually a deadly two hundred were taken by Mr. Herman. alht-! : money, there is the counter! aicusalion

: baid.nent l.y hanibardm"iit amiincendiaiiMu I pound\ *>tinginee.i 31i.11\lr. I lull wa, ed by Mr. Siegel.i and they should
two offices that of worked .
county ; flay ..loll'hin'a:! taught, .;he i ii : out.Another I that Germans in the
the. I ,: succsi'ftil; in bunging! to gaff, a'VI'I1foot ': be ready for relea-e: in the near,
Sheriff, nd Clerk of the i said. "You certainly have nme I I by ineendial' sm. 'I plea was i issued todayI :-( shark by the same rut un' Noilli SlcbVi!{ area are not IM'm.:

Circuit Court. I CALLS FOR DUTYIN beautiful fish than I knew were I I '"1 stop' at the enumeration for I persons to turn in their reuml method.M.inv. I I,I The party i? looking! forward to I given the freedom of.thought: and

: in the water. I hate to admit it. you have undeihtood me," he earth to the research section<< ofthe varieties. of Ti 1 h were a return trip next year and Captain action to which they are en-
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION i but the fishing in these waters i ishotter '
To become effective, the I added. 'I administration, so that the entire canglit on the ieefs. among them! Saunders ha promised the.n: tilled.
than at Catalm J Hand. I I
; record of the Voluntet'r'ork
conzolirlation! would have to SERVICEAn The foTo of that! last statement' General Denain who has eOlIlI being a 'ixty.fiv po'inil' ember-. even more thrill! than heretofore Short Frontier .Involved
Corps tan le brought up to date. jack landed by Mr Schuaitz esperienceul.STOLEN.
be ratified by a local referendum i may" l h e !better understood when it I II I pl"t'f'e.1!; a thne-year plane building -: The certificates are printed on The actual boundary deagnaled -
is that the I.anmng: fcm- --- -- -- -- after th3woijdj
I explained program into one yeai to meet t-cioll, in both Spanish and r.ngJich --- by plebiscite
if it is passed by I open competitive( cxaininaI il\ owned Ci talma Island and thefamily the challenge of Geimany'n air: s,i that personcan have their .. ... .. ( war, winch placed ap-

the voters in the next general i Lion for the position of inirnia-! "pent every !summer" there said he had, instituted "m-I oiplomas in either language., \ RADIO 11ruxiimta1ly ICG,000 (' ldent.. ot
I ; untill they were all grown, when I Lit summer, hl'yVesters THE WEATHERTemperatures North .Meisvij under Danish r'.it,
election. A similar proposal i is .t was sold! to Wiiglejs.CAPTAIN Ja::>tl ial mobilization" measuieblo. is th: n'GO mile an ja
I Lion patrol inspector aniojntti4yHfie j : pledged, a total of approximately IS RECOVERED no more ; ...
to. consolidate. the .governments aj: >ure delivery of bundled of,-1.8004)00() hours of labor to match t I... ........... .......... 3tn-ct' g.tM:: *"*' .&--- -4 WK.Germany's '
.- : civil-scrviie commission .
of the .1 WEBBER' new fighting ships': beloie I Detunber. -: the fund th. Florida Emergency : I interest in th di.
of Jackson
; to he hcM in KevV"..-t it t.an I! Ucbef: Administration was expending 'highest:; ... ..... _...... 6 trict which Dane call NorJi

ville and Duval County was I i To Match Fleet i I in the rehabilitation of Lowest ..... ..... .. ...71 CCLGRED MAN GIVES INFOR. Slctvig dates back to 1848 in

approved in the general election early) date. t I GOING 1 TO! BIMINI liaiue: he said, will be able to Key West. Most of this pledge ha-;, Mean ..... .... ... . .. so MVTION TO DEPUTY wfmh: year an in tenor revel!j lion

i! all cub's fleet been worked out and in older Normal Mean\ ..._..... ..._......70 WOtr.JrJIIrcsl'.1 j }by the fan ,h
Tim exainiriation is to the
('I j>vn i nvuc than matih
; last year. I that persons may have certificate: Rainfall'Yestei'tI.iy'a SIiERIFf i-io\n. In 1 ISC a new con ii.-t
I 1 800 new planes planned by
sltjzens of the United' States wh'l i I 101' of discharge' from the volunteer : broke out, admittedly, ascordinjjt :
The resolution did notmention ; [ ; Captain S. W Webber! who ar- (dciieial; Hermann Goeimg. i ; Precipitation T. Ins.

The nved la>week with his auxiliary I j The air minister scoffed at the: corps it i is:: nccessar.v to turn in Normal: Precipitation ., .01 ln>. t I} historical verdict batked b.FUwiinicIv .,
the rchabili'ntion! : : can meet the iurrment;> '; Schooner Ct\cnge.: from New fleet leioid card. to the administration. .'I tit .rr..ril r..trrn :|-|ioMr prriwdI Charles: Cleare, colored, made : :,. and ax a result the rn
idea that
I an invading;: enemy I rnJmc at S" ..'rl..r!.. Ihl. uiwru. (liie Sfbl"s\\iK-Holftem: area went
activities of the Florid iinnual .salary of the prsitton i>, York will h'ave'thi3 week for Iimmi coir,!' paialyze the nation, for he j Tomorrow's AlniBtaei TosMhle the recovery last evening '
I to the Ionian; Confederation o.;
Emergency Rclef: Administration -! $1 800( ) with a ,deijeti: of! 3'i>> after enjoying a delightful vis- I said, France M strong enough to i Sun rics: ..... .... ... D:57: a. in. of the radio \\hidt was stolonf list I day.

,I it in Key West. piotcct heiself.General t CUBA BRINGS IN ,i Suit stt ......... ... G: ,3 p. r.i. 10.11 The Sto.icrK, Music, : Store (sit In HIP ccoyajiiiral: division.

in Key West and i! (per cent toward a ictircmcnt annuity. ." Captain Webber[ is: a JIlflto} raphI -I Denain) said that in ':'l\hun ri::es ............ . the night of April t 9.) the conclusion' of} the world war

Monroe County. t I I cr of note and came to Key West !' rj3,1:; the French fleet was composed -i 104 PASSENGERS Moon set _... ......:. .I 0::23 a. 111.I Cleare bad lead about the ioVbery Denmatk. it n: admitted, cotil I
to photographs "
especially secuie
i of 1.500 planes (if lh- Tomorrow's lidcii well have asked for. and received
of the flora of the island, anti the I and -:-.tt'fllay while! pjjasinfi,
vintage of IV2& and incapable of }
'\'I'Jinu.t1I. mod t.e,21 :years oil;1 I - 'i 'A.M. PM.Hiirh kick. hue entire fxhlesui: area,
FOUR YOUTHS !: projectof the tehabihtation! pio- properly defending the countiy. .. ..._.. .... 1205nt I: a house} at 300:> Amelia street: .vith old!, liusU'rical boun but not over S3.: : The ace limit jrram.Aciompanving. Its stocks cf munitions and its STEAMER I.EFT EVENING _,
IN Low .._ .. r.:II G:0'J caw, in the ItJiidin, what he be : "ftjide. \
: doe not apply to persons :zrant'Igrecrrnce 1 1l : the CaPtain; H armaments he raid, dated fiom i l ll"omderlt: K a. m. today: Ilc'cl"aA! a I'allio. Roth Dcnr.uiik *n,1\ GermanyiwFted
: well knownwriter WITII PASSENGERS ,
GIVEN HEARING Gertrudi I akm: : the close of the world 27
I war. : Sea level. 2U.HO.i : .
l bel"aU oT nnl't.irnaval ;-<., who his been gathering I lie immediately went to the on a plcbimte, however
i I articles. : Force Triples This Year FQR TAMPA i county court house, contactcil the foiir.er from a fear that cn .
service. except that w h mate rial and data | "
I ___ I hil'I"I11.:111: air armaments forced WEATHER: IORECAST: Chief Deputy Clements JaycocLs, tain districts hid been to <:>!'--
BOYS WERE ARRESTID: IN applicants; mtift! not have re':ie.>icd -- which -- | i_ that that I .upervi"i I'\n
us to tpeed up the piogiam I 1 and repoi ted his belief the Manned ciceful

CONNFCTION I 'w retirenent actv NEW-ARRIVAL\ vas Adopted. two years ago to Etfsm-lup; Cuba returned I je-- I 1 (Till 8 p. ni, Wednesday) instrument he had seen a short -parliamentary ifprrrnta1.ion|\

WITH t They must measUre not less m.ll'rllize the fleet," he said.e .tfrHav' afternoon from HsxanaKlth Key: Wet and Vicinity; Fair: time before was (icssibly the one I -s-t'i1't' be (an po.asib1t'. -

STORE ROBULRY i than &' .cet 7 inches in freight; A. CRUZ'S HOME "\\ 'wlIIust make ulgent el- 71 first! class passengers; : and; toiijighi t :' j and WednejJarf. ; not muchrtntie which! had been stolen. Nazis CUim New Situation

withwut nhoes. Must Ie active"' 1"0.1to: develop an aviation for right'Mewmr dasi! for Key Wet; ,* in ten-peraluie; &gentle The deputy! wenLat!; once to the I Tim ftocubit-liberal rysrnment

,, rtpris-als the best guaiantcc .,four ,l 11 firtll 'la<;s and eight; secondclaTi otliTly wind;;. house and a.ler investigating the vrhich' prevailed l in Denmark: in.r.i"te.t -

Jo:e .\\-ato, Philhp Avalo. Ih: 'e- : well prw|>oititrnrd, in good health. ,,ec'Jiitj." for Tamjia, Of the total number I FI..ri'la'air! tonight and Weilre ( radio 'tPIfl4I( that it was the one5hich that only a frw tfl:at of pubhe -

and phykicaily sound. Vision must Mr) anJ Mrs. Albert Cruz announce At the end o" this year the nirmuiftrr of' piS'engcrs.! 32 were aliens. :..ln ; not much change in temperature \ had been stolen. renal) Hum opinion rhould) ifeteraune the

lio QIIt' :I.la an.1rman.lu Uiveio: be (.ucl. Color: vision normal' the arrival of a nine-pound raid the na tin n's bombing I ., The Cuba -aiiled' Saturday for hers and other item of idcntifira ftew boundaries. The ,pHm-jt) t

three of whom are Ifi a.1 l one 15 Ifearilv must lie l at ;Uaot 15) Teet, I.o'e ;tt'fdty: morning: at their ;: 1'e1'now' abmit :;(041.< will' lit:: Havana with 92 first class and 12 J.icl.sonvt'Ie! to Florida Straits: tion ccrresponduij with the was therefore earned out in

year-' of ageweie; arraigned in home IWO; )() Virginia ktrect. tripled t and its lai'ms' of nct .milojbleil. f'.l\Ir\ clas: pat! ;'en jer-. making a M'Hlnalc northeast wind over res.utit. 1920: both by large secticna: voJrt .

court of Justice of the Peace each ear, fer ordinary ,"OJlVCI"1ia-:I Mother and laby are paid to be He said 24$.hour wach( total of 101. Yesterday the re- fxtreme north portion and gentle At the time of the robbery a ; and by parish voting, wuft

tioa. doing nicelj. instituted at all 88 first :nut "rly winds f over south' and alo taken. This part o/ the district remaining' with
Frank O. Roberts: this morning, i have Keen iir turning pax'engers. ;: were bicycle was w s
Applications mast be filed. with ----- -- bases for in.tant action in case: of ela s and I Ifj<; second making a central portions and weather! partly recovered( Sunday Apul 19, by Germany.

rharge'd with ro11ery.These the civil service cocmotion' inWashington. MINE STRIKERS PAY I Ptu'den attack.rienh I total of 101 overcast tonight and Wednesday. -!I I I Constable Kay Khvood: and Patrolman Front the German viewpoint

lids. were arre ted Wclnesday I). C., not later than OF IDLENESS MIIplane factories he The : hn ::
night. April 17. by officers: May\ -1. All information( in tvniuvtM -: COSTS ievcale l, are j'wt 1 lginnini to Tampa with 27 passenger: and Fast Gulf: Moderate east androuthea i Charged with the there of lhailiclrs f : Denmark at the time did so for

of' the .police department on *uspicion >n with: the! abe can bc PCcurcnl -i ell,. \.ri..r. Pre'.... : reach hieh speed. Since Jin'iary, freight. :t \vind.. j I and' now in cc-intv: jaj i purely eecnomie reasons, out ofdirttust

of be-ing Vmlty of stealing: bv applying to Arthur latormi >- 1 1. he said the n'imb: of p'in' sin are Marco Chavez and Odilio of Germany's financial
AMMANrORD. ; April
secretary ol the board civil the air corps has .beets increased -, G7PEEBLES I I I VelasquezKEYTVEST. future. A new situation now has
four boxes IIr extract from a 23.=: Each of 745 miners who W. I
i i"The j, it i h argued in which' the
Fcnici' oxammeis, at the money by: 20 j jier cent. i I --- amen
budding at )Duval and Caroline went oil strike for nine week Pressure i is low this morning! entirruent o' the
on'erindcv' in the! I loe-al post- : : air corns i isfO |Ilf'r rent text of public
office. lienes. here last must pay Ftronarer than in 1933: said n-|! DIES IN TAMPA pat!: are no ; :
\hen arraigned the la"L: pleadeil jear eral )Denain.) 'Our nveiage: radi'iai : 'I Plateau States eastward to the as final.

fuilty. Due to their youth and 1..g '::4r..# ,1.i i i damages he of return approximately to woik.$7 before -! i!' 5iO: miles compaied to 310;i -- Mpsis inpi Valley and over the I For th- Dines there is the
tan developing convirtton;
othei ciicumstances, in conne-ction I, miles two years ago.: '. F. Hoffmanare Gulf of Mexico with a distur.sance steadily
STILL RIDES TALLBIKEMODEL ; The $.>,21.r t was assessed bv aj i Civilians Train To Watch I :Mr anti Mrs. that razi Germany look; uponSleavig
with the matter. Peace Juiticeallowed = court after the colliery company in receipt of a telegram announcing over the central! Rochies ax only another injusticeof ) !

1.lot'l.t.. the defendants \ 1884 had,! claimed .damages;: which they! The corps the minister told his the death of W. G. Salt Lake City. Utah. 2I>.50 inches -: MISSES LOPEZ AND LEWIN.I the 'world) war with no a'lowance -
; said esenteii the cost of maintaining audience, will receive soon a Peebles fit Tampa on Monday afternoon '
to go ill custody of their parents, iepi\ j and i is still relatively" low over''I for the historical boundaries,
4" \....ri.iird I.rr.. ; their plant during: the squadron of the world's most: at :3 o'clock. SKY PLACED ON that prevailed in the trcie of Bismarck i '
who aie to have them in criminal LlfcCRTY, T nn., April 23.Ct" ;i strike The miners struck without:'modern pursuit planes equipped' Mr. Peebles was a former manager the North Atlantic; States; while I ROLL '
uit at the term which convenes n call aside their notice.: i ii with motordm guns. Observation of the Western-Union Telegraph -I a moderate hi:;h prrs'ure ar..aI made tVre-
i Charges are being !
Monda\ :May 13. Li<:l>.wbf'f'l bikes along ahout planes of which France has Company at Key Wert, and overspreads the Lake region and I _' fore, that Ilitlerism now seeks, in
a 850 will be increased: member of the! local! Ohio Valley, Saqlt Ste Mane. I
-- the Ids i STEALS BADGE nearly now. wa aIm a
grandpa on
----- put I
: 'I Mich. inches. Showers have I but not - nearly 50 jicr tent, he said., Rotary Club. and }Deacon of the 30.08
: first beg pants- I
German sentiment in this to
i TALLAhASSEE Apnl 23.- arc
SON ARRIVES AT uyodarVoodw.rJ.. t I WALNUT R1DGK.: Ark.-.\ .I He repealed that :5; 000 civilian! First Baptist Church. occurred since yesterday morningin ,
the point where new iteI
Grande ; Among the 24:( students at Florida I a
the lower Rio
the office of City "watchers" have enrolled in the friends in Key
A house painter by trade, : thief broke into His numerous
I ; State for'Women male-I would return the area to the
HOME OF hURTS he still rides to his work on I Marshal William Buchanan in this air raid defense program to warn West; will read of his demise with there have been light to model -I College
of eich.
: close
ing the honor roll at the I I
the big taU bicycle he bought ; city and stole his official badge. '! of sudden attacks, and that 150-. keen regret. ate rains in New Ebgland. portion -
!! the third Miss Goldje{ -' -
I 000 trained civilians are ready to' of the upper Mississippi Valley -, are I,

IP,"It 1884.takes! there and I LOST I i lead) the population to safety Habana-Madrid Club I ) and northern Plains States!, I Lewinsky. junior in the School of Truck Arrives Tonight
Mr anti .' .. m I l' north Pacific coast. : Education, and, !Miss Fortuna
Mr. ,,a; u, Hjort announce said : when enemy air raids take place.! i and in the :
brings me bick proudly Lopez. freshman in the School) of With variety of FRESH
i changes have been Urge
the arrival nine-wound I : has indicated BIG FREE Temperatures
of a Woodward who tides the Somebody found a twenty dollar General Denain
even both of West. ]
Education and
un on .\Ilril 19.!) The little .ne wheel" when his work takes i, bill Saturday night. If I that France still pins her faith in MOONLIGHT DANCEFor generally unimportant above normal, with readings this-1 I Students on the honor roll or FRUITS ,

has been far hottest, will return it toII the multi-seat fighter, a large. : near or I Lowe's Cash Grocery
given removed
the name of him to communities I you Members and Their throughout the country.G. "approbation list" are required tot
Charles Norman from his borne., I II The Citizen office and receive t'fast battle plane carrying several I Invited GuestsW.da.silay morning S. KENNEDY, I t make an average of "B" or better 1117 Division St. Phone 675 '

Mother and baby are reported : $5.00 reward. If dishonest, ma Rine gunners and able to!I Official in Charge.I with no grade below .'CO" ;I
I 11 j it. I transport a heavy cargo of bombs.:: (Tomorrow) Nignt L
to be getting along, nicely. ,,. 'P'g.4':1': IlIA you may keep -_. -



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iniUlahed Daily Except Sunday By are among those .old-fashioned By OSCAR M. JOHNSON I i ................*.... ..

THE CITIZE.X: PUBLISHING CO. INC. 1 i I I .............,.............................-.....A DAYS GONE pr,1 I Nationally others continue known to Americansand join the I The general) quality I is that of a
... P. ARTMASf.( PreUr American males who believe that the
Prom Tb ClUscn Building- I TALLAHASSEE, April 23.I .-'''. .This in spite of the fact that I Happening! Here Just ranks of the Oversea Highway As- i generous nature. There may be
Corner Greene and Ann Streets I country is going to the dogs as the result I I Rumors were current lateek Florida is only one of few statop I I Ago Today A* Taken From i i 1 sociation. Today Captain Clark D. I great acquisitiveness but it doesnot !

of the "messing" of women in the end to the effect that there in the nation which does not frfn-c i The File Of The Citixra I Stearns, executive vice president seem to be miserly, and thereis
..fly Dally Newspaper in Key Welt and Monroe I I| of the organization, received the
County.' affairs of the country. Here and there we seemed a possibility that the trol light, power and gas rates. .j memberships of Colonel Robert M. I a good chance that a reward for

..At.red at Key W* t. Florida. a* second data matter find an example of feminine work that Governor' would be called upon;". If there is any re-districting I. Ministers with wives- and chil- Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. :: service will be gained in the lat
to name another chairman for ', the judicial circuits, as required i dren numbering in all not less than I! Stephen Pell and proposed the 'I ter part of life. Often travel is
KIPTY-SIXTU YEAR has been valuable to the welfare of the the state highway department by the 1934 amendment to the I 30, took a few hours off yesterday honorary membership of General 1 1I
i indicated) and in this there is considerable
tlmr .t the A..elaled Preea (in reality he merely names a I II 1 constitution limiting circuits to 15 i and gathered at the big hangar -I Gerardo Machado, president-elect
.1.4 Associated Pre. U .xclu lvely entitled to UM country, but for one of these beneficial new member but his choice for instead of the present 28,, i it may ar for a picnic. .Fish had been I of Cuba. As vas noted in The ,: success!!, generally coining ,
..r republication of all new dispatches credited t. participations in government by our Chairman usually obtain. Report' that miracle caught by Drs. Sinks and Coons i after little delay.
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and ale. I be said.indeed a hats I Citizen several days ago, many a
the local n"wa published here. women, there are thousands of detrimental } was that C. B. Tread way, chairman * happened. .Proposal:, .is before. "the and many ytllowtaila were: cleaned -, other prominent men have become I!.
since early 1933, would]! legislature to have circuit judges: and prepared fQr the pan.I I members and are displaying great yesterday late and the schedule
bits of harmful meddlesomenes. One of
EDITORIAL resign to accept a call of: and state attorney eleeted'direly *- Over the dials'Dn Ley patted the interest in the road. i iI maintained.Miss .
)))1NATIONAL the first supporters of equal suffrage, in \ Washington with the new Public: by the people, thereby curbing! fL;h until they were ready for the! I !
/ 93SSIHSCIUITION Works . It i is known i when had been Torres of
a day when women as a class were delightful Program the power of the governor to some diners and they Three hundred Egypt Shriners |; Camille daugter
that Treadway rates high at; extent. .Fact is. however, that served a feast: ; fit for a king was. Mr. and Mrs.: A. Aurelio Torres!,
HATRSjne will leave Tampa this afternoon ,
and have
Tar __.. ,..-.. .. nO.GO<> we recanted Washington . The fact that he I this is in effect done now, since I enjoyed. A merry time was: had and will arrive in Key West to- ',: was winner of the first prize in a
Kll Month. .,._, ,._ Iil 60JLre and regret that we had any made. his recent trip to Washington -,.I['all governors of recent years have by all. The picnic closed with sing ..morrow. The Shrine organizationwill a singing;: contest held recently in
Month. '. -. .... ------ .... on the same train which bore' "Blessed Be the Tie ThatBinds" St. Petersburg. :Miss Torres is n
Une Month _. ._. ._ -- ** part in aiding women in getting the vote. conformed wholly to primary nominations ing be headed) by Egypt's Potentate -
.u I the from Jacksonville at : : unanimous vote that contralto, her
fA'eekly president in appointment of state! ]i and a and singing was
We have been converted to the idea that"Woman's W. Penn Dawson, Tampa'sleading
ADVERTISING RATES the conclusion his 10 days off- !'attorneys and.judges. There is Key West is the finest of cities : unanimously declared the best in
| drygoods
I mer-
Made known on application place is in the home. The ad- I Florida fishing trip gave rise to some speculation! as to whether and Key Westers, young or oW, (: chant. Other prominent men in : that voice group.

All reading notices!f1.&C'AI cards, MOTICK1 of thanks, resolutions of vent of women in the political affairs of the report of resignation; : ..;J the governor will send in the name: I I the finest of people. I J the party are noted men in mercantile i'
.rt>.ri. tbiiuaxy nonce, ..Ie.. Hill b. charged for at the United States has been responsible for However those in the know are of Vernon Hawthorne, state at-I I : and professional!! circles of Mrs. F. Howe, of Philadelphia
lo rate of '10 cents a line. convinced that nothing short ofa torney of Dade for another ter : says that the conductors on Key
:':0"!<"". for entertainments by churcnen from which of the evils which have beset Tampa. The Shriners will stop a
many us. presidential request would convinced the i West street the most
dance are
i revnu \I. to Le derived are 5 cents a line. : but competent observers are I The sale of tickets for t few hours in Key West before' cars
'!!>. CliUcn Is au open forum and Invites discus Prohibition, with all its attendant evils- bring about the (;'wemor's acceptance that he will. .There is little I and cabaret which will be given polite and gentlemanly fellows
for Havana. While here
ct ,... and subjects of local or general i '
dun public (:
JI.rest but It will not publish anonymous communi and cowardice on the part of our politicians of any resignation offered -, question over the probability :Ifor| the benefit of the Country'I they will be entertained by the she has ever met. They are always
dons.. by Treadway.The of such nomination or appointmentbeing I l| Club in Aronovitx Hall tpmorrowli local organization. courteous and considerate, sheisays
--fearful of the loss of the feminine opposed. Hayes Lewis is,li i i evening was started yesterday. j i, and l sht'11 tell of this at.
'Wearers of shorts take threefourthsof ; vote-have been two of the greatest senate committee on cons-' said to be gunning for Haw.thorne's '1 The ready purchasing of tickets J Editorial Comment- : The man I titude when she returns to her

imagination's prerogative.The of these baneful results of feminine domination. titutional amendment is hard on scalp and report has it he that the committee is confident I J who used to walk three miles to home in Philadelphia.
proposed changes to |Ute constitution is making some progress. .central 0', makes that body believe all school frequently hn.a son who
feeling that we have' pension) laws require proof. tickets will be sold long before the j jHg ia: begging for automobile rides. Subscribe to The Citizen.
only perfect escape from taxation Prior to the granting of the vote to been having too many amendments -! of.service; ..salt-factory to the Pen- I' entertainment tmorrow night. for one-third/ the distance.

death. Times-Union. Oh death women, our country was not subjected. j to in ,recent decades., I. .Even!.sioq; Dep;.r\mePt of the (Jompjrol-\ :I The money raised is to be used in I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
i is- the meddlesome opera, vus- of women who. friends 'of a Constitutional Convention -I lees offic; .Jj. forp a, $,W..a month I j completing certain parts of the t The strike; called yesterday by FUNERAL: HOME.
where is thy sting? proposed by Kanner o(,,i rntuity, is ,*]Llowe ll l.: .In. ,piany,? in.!I clubhouse) which is almost com- i. the motormen and conductors of Established 49 Y..
did not realize that the Creator' had intended Martha were surprised to note a: in
; stances, where applicants fair 1
: I Ir the
i. r I Key West! Electric company Key Wal' Oldest
women as: a companion for man. : 'favorable deport by the House the ,.FaasiPI/: Department. ) special, If'r[ Municipalities) I whose was! settled yesterday afternoon I 24-Hour Ambulaaco. S.r,l oLicBM
J. Mark Wilcox has been naming a lot Oo7ninittee. Changes jn life senate offered in the legislature, r
Had He not so intendej, .Ile would 1l.9f aieless favorable .. . An attempt tills,r are president.) Mayor Sewell l, of Mil :and all employes have returned I l Embalmer
of P. M.'s.. Jonah wants to know how have made woman radically' different will be made to.. do. away j a.nfl j I i'locaV: are usually character.parsed' because.About: I ami, denounces the practice. .1 I to work. The cars were operated 1 Pho*. tan N.;..... c 4-W
'.in, The sales tax bill would
about the A. 1I.'s.One governor's .
with the "theft autompbiletag -
oof" eath -- -- --
from Woman pi passed - -- ----- -- ---
physically man. was pri- I I iforty such .J JiilLs are
tax sale
impose a on exceptpasoline
; every
in the name of economy, session increasing the taxpayers ]I
marily intended for the greatest of all I I I ;, now already heavily tax-, I
feeling that the heavy i
I proponents burden about $20,000. .Re nt-I
advantage to the spectator in service, the direction and maintainance of expense) does not justify on the I! ment rmoulders among some members 1' (',I. .Stewart of Hendry wants to
make it for the state to I
watching wearers of shorts is he doesn't the hom.e circle. Woman was intended to record of continued duplicationsof i i but there seems little can be, duct a lottery legal if the emergency con: Your OpportunityNow

have to look so long. be both loving and loved-the real head lost or stolen tags by the TagDepaitment I I i done about it under the rules .j.jI ever prevents itself. .He. thinks I
. .
I Representative A house committee is busily! engaged -j!
of the family circle. And the noble women Ketyey; of Nassau has introduceda I I I in the preparation of a.' the people ought to have a chanceto II

The devil fish and the angel fish get who are entitled to our protection, love bill making! it )possible for I committee | ension bill to be offered ject..Ilow express! themselves he expects on to the cixuwj:"ub- I is the. time to modernize your home and
and all that Their residents of the District of I 03 a substitute!': to the many] to make such to
along swimmingly in these southern waters, respect are today. usefulness vent national laws forbidding lotteries improvements your property as may
Columbia, who are Floridians, .Members
but they belong to different schools. I: to society, their lovableness, their and those similarly situated by. seem bills in now agreement pending.on pensions! to is not indicated. .The, be needful or desirable before costs advance too

importance to civilization, to their countriesand rea'on! of out-of-state employment, all over 60 who can qualify under I 1927 ]legislature made it possible*, much.
for two railroads of the
their immediate families, are lost!!; in to, vote in primary elections . .1 rules laid down but there is no major
tell the truth state completed
just having
Grafting politicians The Nassau solon is also havingdrafted agreement on the manner and short-I See us about the U. S. Government plan on
the monopoly of the limelight on the part ter routes between given points toj I
when they have never taken a bill th..1 . .
they avow a moving up form of sustaining revenue* modernization loans.
the "long haul" charge} long term,
of that small number of their sisters who I
dollar of. graft. They have their collectors data for registrations: and poll That is the fly in the ointment against between such
are vociferous, meddling, arbitrary, selfish tax payments, probably to end: . .Race track revenues seem to shippers 'j
and the system is well organized. !ilO before the elections i points for a peiiod; of five years Enjoy the benefits while you pay.
days primary -1 be the best possible target, if sentiment -
i and of their real
i absolutely ignorant fo that the shorter lines could }be
thereby making it possiblefor expressed means any-I
place in the sphere of civilized life. Created citizens committee to inv1>sti., .The social bill, thereby paid for Qr helped. .This j
Tampa is after: money from the PWAto I I thing security I was tq continue for five years.! . i I The First National Bank ot Key West
as members of the feminine sex, they gate into illegal registrations and having the governor's blessings, !
get a sewerage system it so sorely needs. The 1933 legislature failed, to repeal -;
: poll tax payments before the harmonizes with the announced
of females of the
are no use as race. They the act. .Stewart has pro-i
Now ii.---tbe accepted time and a sewerage primary a proceedure imposiblein policy of the Federal Administra- I ,
Member of the Federal Reserve
: are imitation men, and in their minglingin : posed a bill to dQ away with this"gift" I ,
system..comes in bandy when the deluge the present thirty days tion to extend greater local control -
I to railroads at the
: masculine affairs', they have created for intervening between the closingof over Public Works expendi- Member of the Federal Depoait Insurance Corp.
come :"-and',come it will. i of shippers, thereby .
the bcoks and the of .F%RA direct relief 1.
holding tures.
L us in many instances a class of men who tens of thousands!
the Primary . Another bill monies would be handled by the I many expen"e\\ YOUR BANKS
are in reality imitation women. lars. .More fireworks are
The provides for a half salary pensionfor !' proposed Florida State Relief
greatest satisfaction we can get pated in this third week
No man should be a woman-hater or circuit judges. who have served Board. .Its passage is expected
out of-life comes from building bridges qualify himself for that class. But every 15 years. .A bill to retire Supreme -I . .Nine west Florida municipalities }- I selil ion. 1

making the pathway of those who follow man should be fearless in his criticism of Court Judges after 20 yearson place part of the cost of ggy- -.
That'swhat full pay is proposed by Beallof I ernment on automobile owners! -'
little I less
a : bumpy.-Exchange.
the kind of women.Ve suf- 111..I81111
:We think in Key West. fering wrong from, female dominance today are not ing Escambia.a favorable. .Nobody house or is expect-senate gasoline.by; imposing. .Senator a one-cent Beall levy has introduced on- ........ ................ ............................... ..............

committee report on Tervin's bill a bill prohibiting such ,
the of mothers wives
on part our daugh-
to place regulation of light tax for .Paradoxic-
any purpose.
Qjie) of the reasons so many newspapers ters and sweethearts but because of the
and gas rates in the hands of the ally Mayor Armstrong, whose
of the smaller calibre fail is the existence and growth of a class of modi- state railroad commission which Pensacola imposes such a tax, is a1 I For Hot Weather I

editors are not practical and are guidedby I fied Amazons-female tyrants, old maids, I now fixes all other utility rates heading' i figure i in the Florida I IC111111IIIIIIII.l

their emotions, heightened and lowered. disappointed females whose own characters -- -- --. - --- .. ,

according to the flattery accorded them have caused their disappointments.Many .4T.I.I't I Ii

by the so-called great. of these women are able to sway Comfort ,
men who are blind to their characters ,

How to make Florida go republican -they are all sweetness and smiles\ to Just Three .! i

instead of democratic. Keep relief money their superiors and arbitrary and domi- i

from the state as. Hopkins threatens. And neering to those who unfortunately find i ;

the same applies to all the other states themselves in inferior positions. A good

which will get no relief money because woman is the noblestr: >w>rk of God-a l Months Left it. ; We Have' :

they cannot or do not desire to match the mean woman is the gr test"ailure? of the S 1 > Idi> ', ,

government's allocation. Creator. We ourselves have .nown'fiol>.!.e I 4.I.

-1 of the noblest women. God eve =1c.rA."lteI1-. S.. in which to take advantage : >. . ,

The editor of the Kansan, Concordia, we have kept away from the other!*C kin ............... of :: Electric Fans $1.85 and up ..
our liberal offer S.
ty , ontar
Kansas, believes that the NBA ,has been .... f-'J: I, l v :S.A u

altogether too expensive, and says the WE MUST NOT WASTE t n .
Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers
$41,000,000 a year to administrat the 700 I Sit

codes, "doesn't tell the whole story by a (Grit)

good deal, because no one can even approximate Much unfavorable comment has followed .. v Themos Bottles and Jugs Beverage Sets. ,

the cost when the thousands of the discovery that the relief ad-

small businesses 'killed by the NRA are ministration in New York City last year RefrigeratorsOver --- :
Pilsner and Glasses Drink Mixers .
taken into consideration." spent $3,187,000 teaching the unemployedhow 0 j i Liquor ,
to play. hundred of .

The chain store bill sponsored by With hundreds of thousands of persons one have already I Lime and Fruit Pressers N

Tillman of Tampa and authored by Bob barely able to keep the wolf from the our customers .Ji'

Givens formerly of IeyV e t, has such a door, it would seem a parody on commonsense taken advantage I .

following that the members of the legis- : to spend millions of dollars teaching I of this attractive offer. I '

lature are fearful of tackling the measure rhythmic dancing, or contract bridge, or II : Many Other Household Necessities

and are thinking about passing the buck to tap steps to the idle.' Or to employ' large $ 00 r; I : and. Specialties S

the people. There is one advantage in squad of men ft>.m.ike a surv, >y of the distribution ::-"ls .. .. 1 {.; :. : .

this procrastination, it will give both legislators -: of safety pyu. i in i Ne/fyrk! CUVor i -''. .., .

and the electorate time to think over to find out how nny\ 'times4 "We.k\ ,> >;..!t I .

the proposed legislation that will affect all :amilies in the metropolis) TinY: :'""Tyi'kpn_; ft V 1 1.\4- W 9 IT I Visit Our Household Department and See The Up To .
the. people of this state.A dinner. < J' HOLDS AU THIS FOOD I
down and $1.00 2 oi oulk 2 S pa.creua, .
Such squandering of relief funds lays 1 do*..c$(* e i lb. batter j .Date Stock That We Carry
month untilJuly 2 pl < eee 2e.at
National lottery would unquestionably the entire federal administration open to C per Juit:. I bottle catsup
1..11.1. ..' S I
1 > chcftict a 2 U
do less harm in Key West than criticism, especially Mr. Hopkins, the fed I lirst. uoa.S Ibl rout. I bad> l
Icuucc I bi cucuatxf ,
bolita, so prevalent here. In other place eral relief administrator. For itf! should be :2 1U- loinuur. 9 1 bract .

various picayunish gambling abounds.: If rem.embered that most of our relief .work See us regarding (bittrial lcu celery I ir 4of feltd.2 S".rape drcifia dozea*Iran e/iajo- 1 _Ib.2 "Your ,home is worthy of the beat"I
a National lottery would do I less,, harm u being done with money borrowed from lard cuaett.Ufi-over I Louie con. S 1

here the same would apply elsewhere. Of future. generations.It plan u.1 q"ic.ld: hbu2114.,u.w.....ur Kf of 'ceJ|20 1: South Honda Contracting & Engineering Co. i iT

two evils the lesser should always be is bad enough to ask our children I R

chosen, and legalized. If a National 1 lottery and grandchildren to pay billionsof dollarsto WestElectricCo.j'I"IIIII""I"I': Pbeac 598 While and Eliza Street *

would reduce gambling only 10 per keep us in food and clothing. It is ridiculous The Key .. .S

cent it would at least be that much of an to ask them to foot the bill for teach ......................................................................

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SYNOPSIS Jamtt St'01l. in, of the window laughing and shout. I DIAMONDBALL e.-

cAurcfc and Jam, and Xorthrvp<" a fen ,minute art at key 111. Ing his thanks. "Hey, listen John, aren't you I of well recognized pugilist in the

rUI l. married.' Both have had a "I wish," aald JADe petulantly, I making a big mistake in staginga persons of Indian Brown and Joe
I difficult day,James )tcautt fc. cannot r I
fight show on night Gilliard. Brown himself
lure Ltilit Harris and 1If.brid. "that you wouldn't\ be ao familiar a Saturday I will find
.'. managing fvtntt; Janabtcen with common Ptople. The idea of QNLY ONE RUNNER IN BAKERS I in' a small city like Key West?" exchanging blows with the flashy

rector kat llabtl. intfrftrtd I7cft,trr with and *IA*.relan that policeman calling you Jim.Bill ." i LINE-UP REACHED AS I "I don't think so." replied the John Nebo, who will play a doublerole
*. Now SJabel Webttrr it < ,,- ? Why I've known Bill Intimately - ..... .. .. - -- . - ambitious Nebo, who is once more I I that night-promoter and

covered ero/among!. t\. kandiopulydretitd since I was seven years FAR AS MIDDLE SACK; LOS- : making an attempt to make good fighter. Joe Ramirez, a punching

old." GIANTS DEFEATPHIWES f I in the promotorial world. dynamo, will be pitted against Joe

Chapter 28 "You aren't seven years old DOW, [FOLLOWING THROUGH ERS HELD TO LONE HIT I "My idea is this," continued Gilliard. Both of these contents

but I must say you act like I 1C* WITH 1 : Johnnie. "The Islamorada Campof will be of 10-round duration or
There was a loud and uncomfort- I II I (Bz JOVE) veterans are hungry for fights. !less.

TJf a plain black and white streetgown able silence for several minutes. i I I..............e.eattt................ ...._ ... ..t (By JOVE)' I I They have written me so many ,
book In bud Then James said sU 1y,"We're mar- 15-HITATTACK I. - - - - -- -eI I The Lopez Funeral Home ten I: times asking to put on a boxing '
open prayer ried now Jane. I hardly like to be- I The Social 1 piamondball League three more whose names wi'I! be :I whitewashed the Busy Bees iast I II how that I have decided to do so. I Indian .Brown is said to hsve

sat Mabel Webster, apparently gin our married life.. have our first I I will start the second-half of its I turned in at the meeting. I j I night in a full of thrills : Of course I know that there will met Kid! chocolate several times,
studying the service and entirely words like. . like tnls." j I schedule on Friday afternoon at game 'be enough advance sale of ticketsat when in his prime and the same
oblivious of the gala clad crowd or Jane was immediately put in the CARL HUBBELL PITCHES Bayview Park. There will be The Recreation Department will', pep and ginger. Arthur Lunn the camp to take care of alJ) goes for Gilliard, who once fought

the whispers and curious glances or wrong and nothing so exasperatedher. WONDERFUL GAME FOR 1 I|I eight clubs in the league, namely: ; have the following players: F. and I i, pitched a one hit game, and Tynes expenses. I will not depend on the Benny Leonard. Brown and Gil-

the necks craning in her direction. "I'm sorry,." she said coldly Lighthouse, Garage, Recreationand J. Matthews Q. and J. Lopez '| allowed only four support of local fans since; the liard are both going through hard

Bud and Nappy retired deeper "but If you had gone through halt I VICTORS; RED SOX DOWN I\,I Administration, who were in' Maximo, Weintraub, Wallace, J. :j In the third inning the Red date of the fight falls on a very workouts daily at their camp at
Into the shadows to laugh silently. what 1 have today, just one horrid the\ first-half, and will remain Walker, V. Larsen, P. Varela, McCarthy busy day." Islamorada. Word received here
"God but Mabel's made history disappointment alter another on my I WASHINGTON SENATORS I with the same players; Army will : and the balance will be'j I Devils broke the ice and scored from managers are to the effect

this day," Bud got out." "I hand it wedding day . everything going I1. - have an entry, but will be called I I turned in at the meeting. I I two runs without a hit. C. Lunn It was kind of surprising when that the Key West boys will not
Jane. . .
to her. I bet wrong, and you thinking it was II the Service club, to be composedof i I II |! walked and was forced at second John Nebo, the ambjtous aspiring last five rounds in the ring against

Mrs. Northrup was now advancing funny. . And on top of It that hors J .p..I. sa The. ('ltixe..) Army and Navy players; American-I I The Garage ten will stand patj 1 1I' '| when Arthur hit to short. Sawyer i boxing promoter, called these tough hombres from the
majestically down the aisle on Tom j NEW YORK, April 23.-Bej also walked. I up
rid staring crowd calling you by ican Legion, made up of legionnaires I'on their team which played the I I'I 1 Baker also hit to the writer and broke the news of upper keys and will cover all bets
Mundell'fl arm, her violet blue satin )'our first name as if you'd been a j hind the four-hit hurling of Carl j! and members of the+ Legion ''' first-half and the Bayview Park short and forced Sawyer at sec- I having all contracts signed and tr.; the contrary.There .
skirts trailing after her. Just a step shop-keeper!" I I I 'II'I i ond Arthur I Ij ,
Hubbell the New York Giants ,; Drum 'and Bugle Corps; Cuban outfit will turn in their list at the going to third and everything outlined for a fight
behind her walked the twins for -New Concord is a little town nota and I I Baker safe at first Gonzalez 4Lso1 I Ii '
Club Bayview: Park. i I I meeting on Thursday. The meeti!i show to be
once subdued and seemingly under city. Most of that horrid staring triumphed over the Phillies by a staged on Saturday is a rumor that Gilliard,
perfect control. crowd has known me since I was in score of 8 to 1. This was HubbellN I will be held at 1:30 p, m. at the j jI ;|i walked Ubieta and the bases! were full. j I night May 4. It was for this rea I who scraps Joe Ramirez is a
James held his breath while :Mrs. short pants. You too. They were second victory of the season.! Thl Each club will be allowed 15 j I Recreation Department office. :;: threw the to ball third and Blondon son that the scribbler interviewed' harder hitter than Jimmie Conway .

Northrup passed so close to Mabel' there to wish us well. In a 'A'ayft's a Giants turned loose a fifteen-h't! players and each club's roster will I i I I initial too easy to the'I : young Nebo personally, and asked and that's saying something.
Webster she all but touched her. tribute. If this were Europe and youa attack and received an even breakin be O. K'd by the other managers: I The leading hitters and base I|I Castellano bag. The ball got away from !!1 1I' the mentioned question. They also tell us that this Gilliard

Mabel did not look up. Mrs. North royal princess\ they couldn't have their four-game series. Dolpii I' I stealers! in the Social League uji to I I' in and Arthur and Baker boy put Conway to sleep in a

nip, by ,the Grace( p( God. ,was talk done more to honor you." Camilli young first baseman for The Lighthouse club will have games! of Saturday, April 20: i' came In the standing up. j Well getting to the fight show sparring workout. If this is true,
%*tig to Tom aad did sot see Mabel. the Phils, ruined the New Yorkers j the following players: F. Stickeyi<<: Player- AB 'R. H. SB Ave. | eighth they scored two ; and the performers, Johnnie is we have sympathy for Ramirez

But the*twins'. .'. the twins d- .r. PRESENTLY James felt a little chance for a shutout ganii when i i B. Demeritt J. Roberts, O. Cerezo, :J. Lopez .... 3 3 3 1 1.000 II I i,: more, with two outs. Sawyer was .i announcing! a double wind-up. because what a wallopper this: Is-

The twins bad 'stopped fn their gloved hand tumbling for his. he knocked his fifth home run of j G. Archer, F.: Dion, T. Valdez I Plummer ...... 2020 1.000 I j| rare on an error by A. Acevedo.' featuring none other than a pair! lamorada kid must be!

tracks 'and were' 'staring* at' Miss "James dear, you are sweet. And I'ma the season. Mell Ott of th_ New'' Schoneck. L. Plummer, Lewin I Camus ........ 3 1 2 0 ..667 j I, Baker hit one to third, and, the I --- .-- I
Webster up' add down'down; and beast Please please forgive me. York club, was also credited with! Stanley;'R.' Albury, A. Head 'and Lewin .....:.. 26 11 15 3 '.576 ball took a .bad hop and got away --
: from I........ .
the third baseman .. ..... ..
up. A" murmurripple'lef! suppressed I've been so upset. ,. & cricuit clout-diirrng the contest! Tangle.i H. 'Castro ..'., 28 8 13 4 .535 Gonzalez .e eLASSIF1ED' a The per capita sugar consump-
excitement and 'Of course you have. And I'm the J Hale ': .. ... i !singled to right center.' Sawyer' I
laughter The Clevelatid'Indiana went ; 31 10 16 (C .516 J! tion in the is Alr
United States <
ran through the church. beast Do you realize 'Irs. Stimson victory over the Detroit tot J i On the Administration club Clements ...... 16 :5') 8 1 .500 scoring and Baker scored right

Mabel Webster flushed glared that you've been five minutes alone American League champions, in :: will be J. Cooper, E. Roberts, A. F. Matthews 6031 .500 j after him on a wide throw to the most seven times greater ,than.,it ,

the twins and with your husband and haven't. yet Roberts M. Barker E. Sibila C. Burnett ........ (6 0 3 plate by Bethel. Ubieta fanned. I COLUMN
for a moment at kissed him?" I I a shutout game, the: tally read!:;;;I II 1 .500F. For the Bakers ,r.as 100 years ago.
dropped to her knees,hiding her hot I 5 to 0. Willis Huclin heM the Bailey Joe Hale, Manucy, Bur- Caraballo 30 11 14 3 .460 only one run
Held close in James' strong young ,I 'l'i-1; ner reached far the middle .. .... . '
as .. ..
as ?* It* a.
face in her hands. The twins con nett Archer .. ....
gers to three Ii'i, Joe VosmJck Frohock, Adams, McKinley, .. ? 28 8 12 3 ..428R. "
Jane stammered out FOR Subscribe
a con The
bag. Bunny Roberts singled to RENT to Citizen.
tinued their unblinking stare. Mrs. fession. "Oh James, I thought Ididn't I knocked a horaj! run for the Indians G. Demeritt and two more to be Albury .... 28 6 12 3 .428 f
second and Kerr he i
on an error by
Northrop sensing the excitement the added before the last of the Wallace ...-.28 4 12 2 .4281 '
love I I didn'tlove during: game.
you. went to second. In the second inning BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
turned to see what was the matter, I -
you." The St. Louu Drowns ,]ownil.lltt.e i 'month. Q. Lopez ...._ 23 7 12 4 .428
but the twins were already walking r Blondon walked.' In the seventh Hour, Day or Week. Repair]
"Hush belovedest. Not another Chicago! White Sox, I 6 to ;3. B. Demeritt :33 11 14 2 .424 |, all with'NuEnameL ,
makes them
sedately down the aisle. She beckoned frame Castro walked and was and paint
word. Trust your old James to know Zeke Bonura :Vnrcked two homeruns For the Army outfit the play I. Weintraub 20 6 8 3 .400 ,
to them to hurry herded them forced second Hale We a full |
I at by Half carry
all about It We're going to be the : for Chicago.The . I ers are: Douglas, Howard, Brin- Ward .... .. .. 30 3 12 3 .400 t of
into the pew before her reached the initial bag safely. supply parts. Agent for the
two happiest. ." I Boston K"'d Sox won their del. D. and B. Powell, Ortega, Gabriel ........32 913 5 .400 Bollfast
"Our These were all the players on the I and Dayton Bicycles. .,
for the sacrifice. Beat It,
Nappy. cue Come on. Isaac." Bud commanded "But how do you know? Did you [third, straight game over the Washington Ranaw, Williams, Jones, Ward, J. Cates ...... 10 3 4 0 .4QO I Busy Bees who reached any of the And sell them as low as $5.00'down ALL MAKES

and James was pushed.for think you didn't love me? Didn't you l! Senators to 2, giving u1livan, Nodine, Young, White A. Roberts .. 18 3 7 2 .388 bags safely. and $l,00 per w ek. We 'I|
want to be married
r Wesley Ferrell his: second victory and Smith. S. Carabano 18 5 7 2 .388 I Buy and Sell all makes uaedl I
ward out of the safety and comfort Confession I At bat, Gopher hit one safelyin
of the darkness. is sweet For a moment of the year. Lewis ............ 26 4 10 7 .380 I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. '
two and walked twice:
James was tempted to admit J I I - For the Legion: Pie Traynor, J. Hill ..............26 5 10 3 ..380J. I Stovers 615
Here comes the bride! His bride hs! doubt and reluctance of the previous i{ ; In the field, Ubiet4 and Charles t I I company, R.I
Fernandez Clements McCoul- .. 26 7 10 .380
The summaries Cooper 2.
(i : street. .
. Jane. But where was the bride night But a saving caution J Lunn played a :good game for the .pr9
I NATIONAL LEAGUE lough. Woods, Knowles, Sands Frohock ....... 26 3 10 2 ..380Wells I I
Only girls, dozens of girls in yellow. closed his lips. "1? He laughed and I| Embalmers, and Bethel and Cas-
E. and five ............ 24 8 9 2 ..375J -1 L
They parted at last and made a kissed Jane again. "Didn't you see :{l At Philadelphia R. II. Barroso, Woody, Hjort tellano played well for the Bak- !i I S FOR SALE: ;
flowery aisle. And there was Jane I Bud yanking me back when I started New York ._. 8 15 01 more whpse names will be turnedin Matthews 21 7 10 3 .363 ers. j;I -i' : i

coming towards him in a glory of down the aisle after you? I never Philadelphia 1 4 4 at the meeting on Thursday D. Powell .... 29 4 10 ::1 .344 I Score by innings: R. H. E. I FOE SALE-Four lots on. County -}
Batteries Hubbell and Man- afternoon.The Dion... ....... 24 r. 8 6 .3331 1 Road near Casa blarinalHotel
white satin and misty lace,her beautiful saw so many girls in my life. I : Lopez .... 002 000 020-4 4 1 I :
head half bowed her lovely thought for a moment they'd forgotten cuto; Collins, Bivin. Pearce and McCarthy .._. 12 4 4 3 .333 Bees ...... 000 000 000-0 1 4 I I and the b ach._ ,Apply I
mouth a little tremulous as if frightened all about the bride and I was Wilson. Cuban Club will have: M.\ Young ......_. 18 2 6 2 .333 Batteries: A. Lunn and Ingra- J. W. V. R.. Plummer nOl

fearful, but coming steadily starting to plunge, my way through I Sanchez. L. Baro, C. and A. Her- Nodine .......... 27 8 8 8 .333 ham; Tynes and M. Acevedo. j! Fleming street apr206txPIANO ,

toward him, to give herself . give and find you." I Only game scheduled. nandez, G. Ogden, Davila, M. andJ. McKinley 21 4 7 3 .333 Summary: Errors: Kerr A. Ace- 1 1

herself... "Love me?" asked Jane. I 1 I Esquinaldo, F. Tynes, E. Martinez G. Demeritt 24 4 8 4 .333 vedo, Tynes. Hale, Goehring two I I TUNING

All the miserable doubts and Love her Love her? "Oh, my j AMERICAN LEAGUE I L. Garcia, Rendueles and Kulas -........... 10 0 ::1 0 .300 ; !
base hits Kerr stolen bases
f : ; : PIANO TUNER. Laureano Mo-
( I
clogging uncertainty abruptly took darling! At Washington'R.. H. E. .. I
'- - -- Ubieta; struck out: by Tynes 2,
flight James felt exalted lifted i When the bridal carriage drew up Boston .............4l1 1 - reno. Excellent piano for sale
above himself, his heart wrung by under the porte cocbere of the Washington .... 281 CHILD LOSES CURLS I IWOBt,1RN by Lunn 3; bases on balls: off|i! cheap. 1018 Division street.
Tynes 6, off Lunn 2 wild pitches
tenderness for this exquisite fragile bride's old home it was noticed by Batteries: W. Ferrell Walbergand LEAGUESTANDiNGSAMERICAN ; to'I' apr22-lrao
girl who was trusting him with her the crowd of onlookers-chiefly col R. Ferrell Whitehill. Russell : Mass. In her'! Tynes 2; double plays: Hale

lire . more than her life. Impulsively ored-that the bridegroom waved ; 12 of'! Castellano; time of game: 1:10; PERSONAL. . i
Bolton.At Dorothy Almborg. ,
his hand LEAGUE umpires: Capote Gonzalez and ,
he made a step forward so condescendingly, In greet
I Club- W. L. Pet. this city, cied because her long' STOMACH ULCER GAS' TREVOR & MORRIS
anxious he was to reassure and com ing to the Tyler house across the Lopez. PAINS ,
R. H. E.
fort Jane but Bud put a hand on his way. Detroit Boston .., 5 1 .833 golden curls had been cut 011.1 I INDIGESTION victims why INC.

arm just In time. James was telling himself how Cleveland ....... 5 12 0 I Cleveland .. 3 1 .750 Her parents aroused by her cries,! This game gives the Lopez ten' suffer For quick relief get a
silly he had been to feel such a Detroit ..... 0 3 1 J five wins and two losses, and the !1| free sample of Udg a doctor'sprescription "OlJett Continuous Ford
..... 3 3 .:;00 rushed in to find that her dream II
hatred Batteries: Hudlin and Myatt; Chicago Dealer in the World"
for I
TilE bishop's deep sonorous voice a mere pile of bricks and Busy Bees, four wins and three at Gardner's Phar-[
for a moment over the mortar. Of course they would live Bridges, Sullivan and Cochrane. New ,York ....... 3 3 .500 was all too true. A snipper bad losses. j macy. l

heads of the congregation and there a year or two because he bad -- I St. Louts 2 2 .500$ I entered her room, cut offher Wednesday's game will tell ,the apr23-24-25-30may; 1-2-7-8-9-14-I

then dropped gently into their hearts agreed to. But, hadn't Jane of her At St Louis R. H. E.I, Washington ........-..... 2 :3 .400 curls and fled with them. tale- I I 15-1G ,
and consciousness. own free will promised in the presence Chicago .. 570,
James tightened his hold on I of at least three hundred people St. Louis .- (6 10 1 Detroit ..._..... 2 4 .333: I ,

to obey him as both and. ._ 1 4 .200
Jane's hand. To think that this exquisite long as they Batteries: Tietje. Lyons Philadelphia
creature had promised not should live? I Sewell; Coffman, Walker and It .

only to lore and cherish but to obey lie had been wise, very wise, to Hemsley. NATIONAL A LEAGUE
give in as be bad in the beginning. I i

him James! was almost light-headed . Women had to be handled tactfully Only games scheduled. Club-' W. L. Pct. BUILD UP THE STATE OF FLORIDAI!

with happiness as he walked down but firmly. Just wait till he got --- - -' Cincinnati ._ 4 2 .667

the aisle with his new wife on his his hand in a little and he'd settle ..............*.......'. Brooklyn. ..._._.-_ 4 2 ,#67 a

arm. with Mendelssohn's wedding once where and they forever should live.the matter of The Lowdown On Gravy I St.( Louis ........._r-:.'.z')l 2 "00 !JJnj"; f1' "' '': .

march thundering behind and before James had not expected to enjoy New York _w<2' 3-j0N. (>0liiladelphia I e \ ex 'Ir', ;. '"
and above them. It was relief and . 2 3 ..40023 I '
his own wedding reception, but to HECK } ,,;' ,. S .. t tLET It .",,Ilts ,I:
Joy almost beyond telling to be rid his I By I"pstpn, ......................- : V,400:J; 0 ..5., . . ., 5 5
delighted surprise no one there .. ...... .... J .
of that horrible clogging depressionand tad better time than he. Everyone .. Obi.caiot. .......... .......; !.!3 C ;" a1 ;I"J of rl ,, : : :" US HAVE--: :" .

those hideous gnawing doubt was so kind. All the visiting notables Many of $.t; West's golfing: 'I Pittsburgh) ..... 24 1/3t : 4 I, t 4
He looked and : n to
up saw Aunt Lou tribe have expresed a desire to Thti.
predicted to the bride so wonderfula
beaming down from the gallery and future for tbe bridegroom that know more of our loquacious golf- ball may be shot from the first : ; 1.'O YOUR SUGGESTION
managed not to shout at her.'
The James could see Jane's pride in him writer who commonly goes: under tee. After that, anything goes 11( ( '
doors at the back of V' -
the church were opened by unseen growing before bis very eyes; and the pseudonym of "Gravy". (Somei j 1 (and usually does). : 1.' ..-
hands. There he was thrilled by Jane's pride as say he should be called } Due to the force of gravity and fv
was Nappy, as dignified
few things had ever thrilled him. due to the fact that he sticks: ini the of necessity "Gravy"jhas o -
as a statue on a monument I, j pressure t \O 9
Two of New Concord's three At supper there were toasts, one their hair, lather than on theirvests j I developed a classic swing in! D=e oA bou
policemen. Dill Sturges and Johnny by Judge Holcomb. one by the governor ). Be that as it may, this which he winds up just like the t. ."e t, \of; 0' aQ suggestions sent in become the .. .

Sullivan were on the sidewalk i I in the name of Kansas' greatest saga starts with the departure ofa spring in grandfather's clock] and!! 6Z t..: : \CJCj Q OQ property of this company. Contest H'

keeping the crowd In checK. Ed governor bore. whose name the bride man named Goldberg from some then brings the club head thru! f 5 o. closes Midnight June 15th, ,,..
Hines had his carriage In place and groom unknown place (for reasons best I with a peak velocity of 123 miles:j i. S Q "
This latter so moved James that 1935.
w jmanaglng somehow to make htarled known to himself! ). He finally per hour. This results in a fair-j \ V1J. . CjQ.
when he got to his feet to reply he
hacks give an impressionof forgot his beautiful and carefully stopped in the city of"e.- way-splitting drive of about 250 0 op
pawing and prancing. Nappy flew prepared reply and was only able to wahitchka and there wooed and yards and l a case of heart failurein C e.c.O1. . SS 5 O Wa have invested a very large
ahead opened the carriage the ; Q1 (0) in Florida. We live "
door thank everyone for their kindnessand won a lady named Smith.- resulting his opponent. His irons are 0 CjO. I sum of money

and bowed. good wishes and remark that combination being knownas equally good so much so that he t"i\\ . S 000. here because we like it. Our suc ... ...
"Congratulations :\ ... ,, .
and best wishes .
of the day" Nappy said gravely. he already found marriage so remarkably Gold-Smith. has never paid for a golf dinner.! 0VR . Sl Cj cess Is related to the success and
pleasant a state that he Some years later "Gravy" ap- The marvel to most people, how- "I ,., "
"Good of the entire state and
luck Jim. Good luck Mrs. -<
was bowed down with regret that be peared on the scene much to the ever is not how he always wins, 1- happiness
called' out" Bill. "Three had wasted so many years as a consternation of the GoldSmiths.The but how he always manages to t'f 'V" Q XJto 9J\\r''' oU. Rpridians. We tale this practical -
cheers for the bride cried Johnny, :\ ...
bachelor. parents were expecting collect. S\t S method of showing our sinr
not to be outdone. The carr1&gedroye .
... .
(Copyright, flu, Mattel H. Farnttam compromised on"Samuella" ;
"Ella" cleaned "Pious"
off to the accompaniment of so they Having up + v cere appreciation; for the overwhelming -

lusty cheers with Jane withdrawnIn for the new arrival. Willie \Vat.kin"Mumpsy" .. ...' J. .' preference Fioridianshave ;
Tomorrow a until fly Und In Soon after this crisis the family Strunk, William Toothachr"
a corner and James hanging out .
the ttoMvmean raotur* accord Id "Pride
moved ,to WaftahooU; ; where If em p. and' "Sppttsy" Spotts- ,
--- --- - ,'.
"GraVy": spent his boyhood'years.He wood to his entire'satisfaction, he ' of floridA' Beer

BASEBALL TILT GAMES TODAY learned golf while visiting is now looking over the lajurels of t';'; (;

relatives'in Wahoo-he had to. It "Curly Locks" Josie Lopez with .

AMERICAN LEAGUE seems that the loser in. these the idea of annexing them. If he I.

ON THURSDAYBy Detroit at Chicago.St. cousinly matches had to stand continues at his present pace he j .

Louis at Cleveland. about 20 yards away and let the will undoubtedly be the club ,
at others hammer 3 balls apiece at champ as well as leader sometime WAGNER BREWING COMPANY "
( JOVCJ Washington Philadelphia.New .
in the. S
Two teams of the newly-formed j York at Boston. him.Under these circumstances near future -
baseball l league will be in
seen acI I "Gravy" learned well that he is I I s
tion Thursday afternoon beginning so MIAMI I
f PALACEWallace Service, In FloridaI
al 5 o'clock in the Navy NATIONAL LEAGUE now the pride and leader cf our' yerywriere
Field. ; Chicago at St. Louis. Key West Golf Club, and is 80' Ford-Ma/ian Marsh, in f fIN

The clubs slated to play are the ;i Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. well thot of that he is allowed to? SPITE OF DANCER t

Lopez Funeral Homers and th/ej/ Boston at New York. engage in a daily twosome with( 'Eddie Cantor in ,.

Busy Bees. The latter nine defeated Philadelphia ut Brooklyn. t none other than the Mayor of the KID, MILLIONSWi f

the Trojans yesterday aftjcruoon I City. In these daily matches. bat bees10ISc,. ; : lf J

by, the score of 1C to 1, Subscribe to The Citizen, one rule is observed-only one.



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Legion Auxiliary I[ FRUIT

To Hold MeetingAnnouncement PERSONAL MENTION I Today In History Today's |l SHIPMENT

SOCIETY ..........................................__. _.. .1 .1///-aa--a.-A-w.--o1 I
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i is made today of I I 1------------------------- : ---i Anniversaries !: AT LOWE'S\ STORERegular
Will Yduate returned yesterday Miss Barbara Albury returned 1635-(300;: (: years ago) Boston '
..........01..0..0000..000./.00000000J000. an important meeting of the '
I|I to Miami\ after visiting briefly yesterday afternoon from lala-j Public Latin School America'sfirst ; r.//.I..eCooO/.0.I;

American Legion Auxiliary to be I: with relatives. moradu! where she went to tip'ndI,I free public school, founded. :j: lf>(Gl William Shakespeare,
School Organizations PlanningFor held 4 o'clock tomorrow after- weekly shipment of
the week end with her parents. i I I English dramatist :and poet, the
noon.Members I I Walter, Pinder who came in ----.- world's fruit, and! vegetables will arriveI
I greatest genius,
Annual Festival will assemble at the 1778-Cspt. Paul Jones of the : literary r
May '
Day home of the president Mrs. J. G. ,. Sunday for a short visit with :Mrs. Frank Johnson, who spent;' American Navy carried the war to i oorn. Died April 23.. 1616.t I!I I tonight by truck for Lowe's Cash

-- I Piodela on Fleming street and I relatives and friends left yester-I the week end with relatives inl!I England: by destroyingthe shipping i iI i Grocery 1117 Division street.

The three public schools of collective parts during the fes- asked to be in their i day afternoon for Miami. I Miami\ returned yesterday j at AVhitehaven.17D5 I I The shipment which includes a
are prompt I
Key \\iest, Junior and Senior I tivaL I I I 1'17S-JUM"pb\r.:\ W. Turner
attendance. large variety of both fruits
High Division Street school and. Much interest centers in thisi)I Proceso Cano, who was !here' Miss Cclia Fernandez returned'! i English landscape. (}painter, born.

Harris school are now making1!?[ annual school event and the;i Ifor!! the funeral of his brother I yesterday from Miami \\here fhe' ; : -Warren Hastings, English ; J i Died Dec. 19, 1S;;1. :i:I early vegetables in the is expected to arrivei
1 evening
preparations for the annual May:J faculty P.-T. Associations and Moonlight Dance : Joseph Cano on Sunday, left yesterday went to spend the Easter:: holidays governor of ,India, tried for :

Day Festival to be held at Ray-':i other school organizations are put- I'' At Local ClubManagement ._ for his home in Miami with her parents. j ji trial bribery Jailing there, acquitted after a I' J-: :. in Hanover Co."Ol.. Died there,
view Park May G. I I I ting forth all efforts toward t I ; ; seven; years. 1791-James man, Pennsylvania Xov. 1. 11)22.i : : .

'''The different committees from,;i making the coming event a complete I I of the Ilabana- Mrs. Walter W. Thompson left( Attorney George G. Brooks re-! ; lawyer congrwaman, diplomat i _

the various institutions will be success throughout. Madrid' Club will sponsor another yesterday afternoon for her home turned yesterday! from a visit of, 1838-Steam packets Great |: senator, Secretary t>f State i l 1X70-Nicolai Lenin. Russian:

combined under the leadership of;| The different school units are Big Free Moonlight:. Dance at the I;:Jin i Miami after a short visit \\ilh'i weeks at points in the Western anti the Sirius, first 15th President born near Mercers- 't revolutionist anti dictator born.

Mrs. Enrique Hcnriquez as general -:!! also laying plans for the thirty- club tomorrow night for members ]i i her daughter, Sister Celeste at state t j ;teamships to go on regular At- ;: burg Pa. Died at Lancaster, Pa., Died Jan. 21. 1924.LEGALS! : .
chairman. j i i ninth annual convention of the the Convent of Mary Immac-i j ; lantic schedule, readied New York j June 1, 1SCS.I I
I and their invited guests.
An elaborate and attractive, National Congress of Parents and ,' This is a monthly feature of the I ulate. | Joseph II. Wallis, official of from England: the same day I !
program of festivities is now in ;; Teachers be held in Miami from 'I I I I the U. S. immigration and na-I|
I club A good musical I U.
programwill A.
1813 Douglas
preparation with a large nunber' April 29 to May 3, with delegatesto Mrs Margaret I .F. Bacon who!,; tuia'ization!' service, arrived! yes| 189C 1-i I .
be furnished
by a local orches Birthday of moving pictures 'S. Senator from Illinois Democratic I.ICI.: lll'It,9'Ir'R :
of pupils from the different be named in the meantime to I | was spending. the winter in Key'I 'terday by rail from :Miami and Edison's I -- -
tra. Vitacoie
I I I West 'j 1 | leader. IJnrete's political \i is. lii-rt:; > KUni. that the
schools )listed j for individual and represent Key West with her parents Captain after spending the afternoon with I: .
I 1--- :: lat act on Broadway New 1 foe, among the country's great uiiiliT.HiKiii-.l will" caner. to !>. IntrinlnttMl -
i and Mrs. Wellington M. White, the local unit
L..o..0 ; immigration left:i \01 vaudeville house bill iu the l-KUIature! of the
-- ---- -- --- -- --- !
-- -- -- --- : Brandon. Vt.
statesmen, born at
left I: yesterday' afternoon for her' on the Cuba for Tampa. : Kiittf- .>f Klon.la. at thv regular
Today's Birthdays : New York home. II | ; Died in Chicago. Juno S, 18Gl.I i .liii-itiiial session in tin- )'ear l'Ii. a
Convent Pupils To Be HeardIn i I Weekly Tribune.! They are psest I ..sHi-ial or lix-al I.ill. the suhstsnceof
I ............. ...0..1 I 1! Sister Mary Celilius and Staler at thome 0: )Ir.. I"crre'aparents i I! whirl". IM M f..ll..Ms, :
\N At'T To l-rohil.it the
Recital Tomorrow i I Louis Carbonell, orchestra diI : .\dh'marIarit': of the Convent'of I latching nr Taking .. f dune
NightThere Edwin Markham dean of American :Mr. and MVs. W. II. 1818-James A. Freud. Eng- >
| rector during! the winter season ati Mary Immaculate who were1' j IVal.K ur 1'rasfobs, al.) > known,
Pierce G22 Ache I IIiBb historian born. Died Oct.
poets, born at Oregon City street. I I us Florida" l Ia'hetrr l in thealt'r.
Orcg. 83 i i i i the Havana-Madrid Club, left }'cs- pending Easter Sunday: with Sister -! i' 20. 1891. i i ",- of MonriKCiiuntj.. FlorIda
will be a recital held at Dreamland. !, Garland-B., Ole- years ago iI I| today afternoon to join his or-' Lumens patient in aliami: ;, : lof >). the I'Mof Traps| lx>l>.
the Convent of Mary Immaculate i! sen. 1- 1 chchtia i at Atlantic Beach j m i hospital:, returned yesterday. > Robert: Jennings was:> an arrival. I Mi..r I I..ja.. or other, l-:<|iii|>niriitNuturr
l.lk.ai.l' sod
hall tomorrow Wednesday I i hy plane Sunday to join Frank I'rovlilinKfor
evtning, -j j Polish Dance Harris-II. p'uce.SOIl'g Mrs Charles II. Sfbin of New I I j 1831-Channccy M. Der>e\v. u. u (".want lluViolation of
:M. Could end party (r.Goul' ,
April 24, beginning at Si Bob Duncan Jr. who Mrs.: Hascor.i I.. left: on A.-l.
was ;
( born in i S. Senator famed
York woman leader front New York ..
i I .1 .
[ : "Far Out At Sea Cole ) Yacht, Mariposa. u 'If'I' \ "r i InxisNa| ;if thereof.l
o'clock. 1-0.I I I Chicago, 48 years ago. j I i spending the week end in Miami yesterday: afternoon! for a visit: f lawyer, wit and railroad pr.i- I .11, "1 .\I".t : : l I';;;'
Th_< entertainment will La put Perez. O. Vazquez; piano, with friends, returned yester- in Miami with her daughter Mrs.. apr M iI.nXII': : I' I.t'.1
i dent burn at "tkdJn, 1>:. Y. Died "9
'x ri hy the Junior High School C. Bclhencourt. I ,layI }i iI i: RO1 ralintl Palmer. i iIf. Dr. T. Osgood Otto anti Mrs. April 5, 1i)S. I II _-- _
pupils, and an enjoyable evening : III : = i Otto, Mho arrived! Sunday from f l'm-
Charles I I
i I Ruins of Athen Beethoven I G. Norm- of Saratoga, --- t j s --- !
is promised all who attend. Lloyd. Calif., novelist, born in Chicago: I Mr. and Mrs. Frank: Curry.jvi f! :'Mrs. .Joe Briggs;; who. was inj: Miami to visit the do tor'a mother,I "' Passenger Service
',The follows: I ho week Key West Mrs.\ Minnie Otto at the home on!1. '.. :
program :54; years ago. were spending a with ala guest: of Mr. and] 1 1HR.1:! -Thomas Netam ?I"
,Orchestra: Overture: "If I Were '!, Love's Response: Kinkel-I- 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Jame' E.: Carey at Mrs. Malcolm Roberts: left yes. Eaton street, uhd other! relatives, nan of letters and) diplomat, born

a, King"-Violins, N. Ystcs. n'i' Ferandez. Y ITaveinier, returned yesterday. ]terday i afternoon for her home !int I returned on the afternoon plane.Fernando .,I ._ KEY WESTNEW"YORK

Brantley L. Lee., G. Ybarmea, S. I Violins "Holiday Waltz," e|'-41i Leon O. Head, president of the i, i j! Miami 1 LEtALS

Aronovitz fi. Parks T. Sands j i no-2. K. Schmidt-C. Bethen- Railway Express Agency born at :Mrs O. L. Dayton, who was --- I II Camus who attendedthe '

G. James. IE. Mofltt' O. Kemp :' court; piano. O. Vasquez. Milner Ga., 5(5( years ago. ;:i: spending about 10 days with hen jI j I :Mrs. EJuardo Alln-rtus left meeting of the Masonic Grand!! MiTiri:

JI. Knowles C. Bethencourt; man- Drifting Clouds Torjussen-E. I|I brother and sister-in-law Mr. and yesterday! afternoon bur Miami' Lodge: in Jacksonvile! as delegate!
dolin J. W. Sawyer from Anchor 182 "' .\ Tin: <' James; banjo-guitar, Mvs. G. N. Goshorn left 'on the where she Ledge : Key .
: will end
s a while with .
Yandell Henderson of : ; AMI !'un iti"left: fill "" \
Goehring; piano M. M. Dion. L. On the Lake op 48, Williams Prof. Cuba yesterday! afternoon for her hon and daughter-in-law Mr.: West, returned Sunday by plane "''..HUII"IIUIIT', :.
Delaney, C. Fernandez. A. Jenks. : R. Lopez. Yale physiologist, born at Louis Tampa en route to her hoiae in ,'and Mrs.: Alton Albertus. from Miami.Mrs. i III r. ":"tal.. ..ft S. S. "Henry R. Mallory"

Sailor's Song, Kerr-M. Perez. i I Duet: "Dark Eyes" Bob Roy ville, Ky., 62 years ago. >, Dade City. j:I -- Ii i> I fl'\: \\'. L.\iiNin l:>ci', -aKiil. . I'roias April) 26lay; 10-24

Melody Study Cou'erin-J.) M.\ Pt'er--n. Ole on. C. Armentreos.i I I I ( A. K. Dobagarnes.) who wasypefiding N'otirr is her..l.y ;iv..i t.. all'
i, M\ E. Gilfond acting FElL: administrator !! Curtis ?Meltzer! who was s:>cnd-!: whom it may eonrrrn that May Due New York Tuesday A. M.
Thompson.Hop) i Stormy Weather, Burgmuller- Leonor F. of several weeks with her .
Loree president Tuttle, the unilerRieneil Kxcrutrix
I ing several weeks with his 1st
Thumb Blake-W. M. Cur- C. Ybarmea. the Delaware & Hudson I:. II., ;I; and Mrs. Gilfonii! who grandmother brother-in-law and abler :Mr. and ..f the J.A1.tTill .nj Trntamrnt 01inv Class S45S25
r. ... i i On the Sea op 22 no C, Schytto I ; were spending a few days vacation Mrs.I Charles: Curtis at :Mrs\ Arthur Puftorini. and other ( XV. l.arl..r. born at Fulton 111. 77 .
City ,
years the the Monwrat.lt ItOK HUll,
home Caroline
family ,
Chorus: "Golden Sunset" Cad ;; -0. Perez. I in Havana, returned yesterday relatives I left :Sunday afternoonfor ('..- of Monroe Counl). Class
40 man-Piano, B. Moreno.A Violin: Mazurka de Concert tgo. i afternoon on the Cuba. '1 Sinionton streets, left yesterday' the home in Jacksonville! i Florida her final ref,.rt and liasI Fare
I i i for Miami I to-join his Mr. made application for her iliM-harK'
parents I
Dutch Waltz, Kerr-P. Hem Ilaesche-O. Kemp; piano C.Kt'mp. ,: .s Executrix <.{ the fast Will an.l' Including Meals and Berth
ingway. I Shirley Temple child screen I W. S. Loudermilk general traffic ;|' and :Mrs. I. X. Meltzer. in Miani,I :Mrs. Katie }Hoeffer.( who was in Testament of (ny \V. J.afDt.'r, il<-- Very low rate for Auto

Boy Scout Parade. V. Lloyd- Harlequin Intermezzo Ilimmebriich star: born six years ago. I agent in Havana for the F.-I-l.: accompanied by the Mel&er maid.:;' Key West several) weeks with her i. ia Datt'fSrrll ti.. s. 11)33.! < when accompaniedC.

S. Cabrera. -C. Bethencourt C. Ferry system, returned yesterday : father and other reLtiI..n I M.tV TITTTIJ
from Jacksonville, where he:i :\\11'. and Mrs.\ Pierce !; I AK KT.filtrix ..f tinIjxt Will and II E. SMITH. Agent Key Welt
God- for
Recitation: "Playing School !in. i Seconde Valse op 56, B. Joseph arrived ; Sunday Tampa to visit rela- T"-HtHin.-iil of l!uyY.. I..arl..r. il.-- ,
Carver-K. Lopez. C. Ybarmea. ard-O. Vasquez. Field Marshal Viscount Allenby) i went on business, and} left last this week irons Fiorenec,1!l lives and from there will :go for i I c"s. .1..1.I l CLYDE-MALLORY LINES

Under the Apple Tree, Couperin jA. j! Duet: "Rondo Villageois," Den- famed! English soldier, born 711 night on the Ferry Pulina for J Hu-I Alabama, where Mr. Pierce is!,I, a few days in Atlanta before re- xv. (TIIIV \nur-. -, '

Sassinctte. j I I| nee-B. Sawyer D. Lolyd R. years ago. j Ivana. i connected i with the Florence'turning'I to her horae in St. Loqjs. 1 Attorn y tar Kx: rutri\apr9.16-:5-"ni! : ; i f itt -

Prelude, Ket'lbyr. Sand | Lopez. II. Pierce. .. .0 --.- --- .
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Violin: "Home. Sweet Home"- I Cantique d'amour, Liszt-B.I .. ;

S. Cabrera; piano. C. \1Iarm a. !!I Moreno.

Trio Violins: "Oberon", Weber i i Chorus: "Roses' Evry: where, ,

-Piano, B. Moreno; O. Kemp G. j Ih'nza-7th and 8th grades; piano, ... ,
Eethencourt, S. Cabrera. O. Vasquez. '.,

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't '
Book;; Of Poetry ![ Missionary Unit ', '

In Preparation I!.I Leaves For Miami DENTIST :}

A book of -1' 'prepared I Mrs. E. W. Etheridge.:. Mrs. : '

I by Commodore andMar-I j George E. Summers and Mrs W. p t' .

garet Zinaida von Mielk-Liulu to,!i A. Sanders, left yesterday afternoon I "C"' .,,' "

tell the nation of the charm of,: for Miami to attend the Di,- '

have trict !Missionary Conference of S :
K'y'e"t. Arrangements :i: I
been made for a nation-wide distribution :;. :Methodist\ Churches! I' Akre, w3 e r* vf \

is presidont ol[
of the booklet. !i j M.rs. Etheridge ..
the Missionary Society of theI
hav..' '-'
A number of expressed -
1 I I Fii.-t Methodist\ Church and Mrs.:: .
their interest in this: un ,, Summer- and Mrs. Sanders arc :

dertaking. Therefore, thou.-i'i representative. \ of the society. ,;,

thors of the book have derided! to'i

include {11t1t.'I1Ly the best kio-\u ,, I'tfucllinterest In

Key West poets. i I! (Hour
Melody ..
Anyone who \\ould like t-> contribute -
a )poem or suitable pru.eto ;
TinChamber Musicians will
this booklet, i is invited to u1.-' I
I i present the .secind Key West ,
tend a meeting at 70S Eaton I
Melody Hour 'fhllr: lty: night
street on Wednesday evening a* on ; "
; }promptly at K in the! Colonial
7;::10. ,
i| Hotel. A number of outstanding i iI
I local pianists' will 1 be heard.! .

AnnouncementOf 'j I!: Dining: the third Melody Hour .:t l'

EngagementMr. fc-ii Thursday, M'.iy th'o'a I Ii
I I i talent will be featured for the

and Mrs. John Carlyle I'I! first time on the program' of these

Roberts announce the engagelncnti!i musical evenings.

and approaching' marriage of v >" I 6 c4i

their daughter Edith; Mae, to | Mrs. Solano To x

John William Russell: : son of Mrs. j\I Give Shower .,,.E NCl
Susan! Russell. I
The marriage will take place I To anxiety
1 I\ Mrs. Rafael Solano. Jr.. will s
on the night of May 21 in the
entertain with miscellaneous\
First Congregational Church. j
shower alI o'clock) on Thursday
1111Itlberts: ila graduate of
the Key West High School in the | afternoon at the Guards armory:, 0 I '
corner of White and Southard
Class: of '34. :Mr. Russell is one I
!streets in honor of )li 1Anna
of the linotype operators with I
The Citizen.Judge I Tuttle. Whose engagement to 4'ovr1 It

II I nounced.Orion: Ganders has been an- muonui {jW fs i.

U tqT6W I

Gives SupperJudge Engagement I
k ._ o ,n5strms.
Anncunced : Tt. A..irks fosses Ca,tar.
Jefferson B. Browne entertained -

Easter Sunday I
with in his evening! :Mrs. :May Tuttle announces the :
a supper Air Station t amuxruAo
apartments in honor of :Mr. and. engagement; of her flaughh.r'l ." ,
Anna Tuttle to Orion
Mr!' Ray G. Bush.
son of :J2r. and Mrs. Oscar "
The other guests were Miss '

AI ire Jones. :Mrs. lima Louise: Wilkins Lounders. -, '

:Mr. and :Mrs Clem Price, C

Mrs J Doris Doughtry, Mrs. Eva: I.Id KEY WESTCOLONIAL .. .5 1 I II
Rogers of Pensacola; Karl O. i <
Thompson Ray Bridwell and Ray HOTEL

Curry. i I am made only of the choice center leaves: The top I leaves are : f
: In the Center of the Business .
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and Theater District bitter, biting. The bottom leaves are gritty, tough and unpalatable -

Pint CIa*>-Fireproof-
Talbot-Mary Astor in Sensible .. !1. ,... ... My fragrant, expensive center I .
RED HOT TIRES ''oflJI'r.UC ..i 1
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SHOP NOW OPEI ... ... 01' pJ'ftI< ,
'f -y.
'f"t: k. throat. To I relief.
Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orchestra i I Carafe Elevator _".c- your anxiety. .'_ .. . ,

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