The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00489
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00489
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Associated Service.Presa Day Wire'. : l W : Key West, Florida, has t.hl

I I For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West tothe; I tnb C. {t11. cst (Cteeti 1 [I most country: equable; with weather an average in the I I

range of only 14 FahrenheitVOLUME


House Leader's Return To DEFENDANTS IN CUBA PINEAPPLES NEWS SERVICE Claimed Hoover Willing To Accept


Floor Hinted' In Capital GIVEN HEARING PresideutialNoinination In ]1936


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Ailing Member, May START CHECK EN FROM STOWERS' MUSIC There. received were seven at Key cars Wet of pineapples yesterday - for Harry the United Ferguson Press, ,special who came writer to I TO KEY WEST WILL BEGIN IN MAY On G. 0.; P. Making

Soon Be Forced To afternoon from Cuba. Thecars
Re-I ESTABLISHMENT I Key West :Sunday:) by the air ,
OE CENSUS LIST contained 3,3211 crates of I Charles Taylor, of Urge Strong Enough In
I manager In the event that the
route, to write a series of articles : ships are
turn To HarnessBy I fruit which were transferred to I the Porter Dock
I I : Company, has received -
I Otlilio Velasquez and Marco I 112 refrigerator cars and shipped on the rehabilitation activities! !, notice from the Standard later in arriving at the port than His SelectionBy

COMPILE FIGURES PERTAINING j to points of distribution in the 'I completed his assignment and left j:: Fruit and Steamship company the regularly scheduled hour, the
j Chavez were arraigned in court of
HERBERT 1 north. !t yesterday on the plane for 1\1i.j I I i that the Summer Tours ol the same length of time ashore will
'Justice of the Peace Frank O.

WASHINGTON, April 24.- IN WORK CARRIEDON Roberts yesterday afternoon on a I! first of the annual Cuban crop of''I Mr. Ferguson secured sufficient: ]I' from New.ork andPhiladelphia. evening diversified entertainment I (( SeC .f ".,, ,.. Tie AsIIeiIi'Vaa
the fruit and it is that' \\.C.
charge of having entered the expected I I i iTJie will be provided at the clubs and
TLe chiding Speaker IN KEY WEST I other shipments will follow closely ,| data and mateiial for a number of j first Not even the moat optimistic
Byrns gave Stowers' Music House and stealing I I sailing is scheduled special\ floor shows' put on for the
and radio. as the fruit matures and is ready I I articles which were sent out for!I for May 14 and the vessel is due entertainment of visitors. of II.. republican doctor expect
the Louse for frittering time a bicycle I I
away transportation. I I both morning and afternoon papera :!i: to arrive at Key West about noon Making\ Key West a port of call their medicine
Velasquez pleaded guilty to the to
Some accomplish
whflt it should be at work hat fiv. According to the figures of the years ago pineapple shipments -: which subscribe to the U. P.1!land will remain until 10 o'clock for the ships of the Standard a
charge but Chavez pleaded] that, out of Key West totalled as in the
enumerators in the First, Third bervice.i I evening during the hours Fruit and Steamship company party recovery overnight.
en rite to speculation on capitol !he was not guilty of any part in !: man as :3,500 car, but during I I the ship is in port the passengers with touring parties', was decided
and Fourth Precinct's .who are 'the'past! several the number"I Accompanying Mr.\ Ferguson It it not that they be'ieve anti.
the theft, he only accompanied i years on will have lots of diversified en- on by the officers of the line
hill whether Bankhead of
at to taking the''totate' cen'UK.: ti'ere are Velasquez as far as the window .1'became gradually lets until last the plane were Alan !Morris As- ,' tertainment. after they had 1 written to a numbers 'arfmimttratiori" ientiment it lack

Alabama the ailing majority lead a.'i(9 persnns'in these three area*. 1 of the establishment' but did not i year tar there were only about 1,250 I I! sociated Press representative i in !;[ Two of the largest boats of.thelin of other ports, 'asking .what',inf among '11.e' .otera. Many of
In the First Precinct; enumerated : shipped: I j| Miami, Mrs. Morris and Jim will be used. The Granada'*'could] be offered in the'' \ivay to.f
er, may not be forced to return enter the store.It While it is not anticipated that thera-l... ( .
th nih
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by Wilbur Piodela. there ''was I I Beale U. P. correspondent in M-.1' the Gatun both of which inducements to travelers. < ot all-are con.
learned from hue shipments this year will be as: toni.FERRYBRINGS. .!! comodions I I '
was are and well I The letter '
Arranged to West
to haues.' toon. officers,1 << Key was received *- yin ed
I found to be !924 'dwellers' This I 1 large as in some indications the'country it turning defi
however, that Chavez had confess-j! years ; I for the' handling ur' passengersand by Minager' Taylor who
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enumerator also has the Second I IPiecioct J are said to he indicative of a larger ;'ely-.wa "'
The former Alabama football it is from Mr. Rootevelt.
1 1I expected that'the numf at once got in touch'with I. Gerry'Curti
ed to them that he had taken part
I in which he i i'S n.w work 'I number of cars being received !f her who will take' 'advantage of aSs Jtar.t FERA administrator
star, who, because of illnett, i i. a in the robbery and was the one I I I nd sent out than lat % problem which worries them
ing. The Third Precinct, cJum, year. : these tcurs will far exceed that and together they woiked out
i rat-1 I who had cut the wire screening : ___ ___ I Ii is how to
mere shadow of hit former self, it : ed by Wilfield Russell shows r MUCH FREIGHT of last year. a program of enteitainment and
: from the window through which I II EIGHT LEAVE : For the entertainment of the forwarded the result to New] tion.
being urged both by phyticiant; ; 125 dwellers and there are 1,700( i
entrance: was made. I| ---- I .passengers at Key West arrangements YOlk j
dwellers in the Fourth Precinct. I The conferences
i now being:
and intimate friciidt not to con. After the evidence was all in* have been made That it was katisfartory in
This: was enumerated by George ABOARD PLANE' Ferry Palma of the F. E. C.I whereby the
I I they may use golf every detail was evident for a held and those soon to bs hell
I Judge Roberts announced that feiry yesterday
tider tuck at the company, arrived without I
a move present. Curry. course being charged anyrl''Il shcrt time after the wasforwarded
program !
Velasquez, who pleaded, guilty,! -- ,[ afternoon from Cuba with four fees. All that i is announcement I are of two kindt-both looking lathe
The above be forwarded necessarywill an appeared -
"I'm going to do what the doc : returns are: to plane'
; Leaving! on the afternoon cars of sugar, seven cars of pine-1
was to be held under bond of:;' be a bag of clubs the players in the Journal of ComI long future.
tor sajs," he announced. They all I this afternoon by Millard I I I yesterday for Miami were the apples, 3,32'J crates; t 86< sacks of to the caddies.Fishing '. of the '
pay merce tours and
know however, how difficult it is Gibson, in charge of the enumeration $100 for trial at the next teritof 'j following: Miles\ Vernon. Frances mail i two passengers and 12 mis'cellaneous j boats guides will be in!I naming Key West summer as! a port of Some cf these meetings have
criminal court and Chavez Rasmus. M.\ K. Gilfond. J. Lance- '
for him to stay away. Time aftertime work in Monroe county, to cars.Steamship readiness for those who care for call and also the entertainment behind them a well-concealed: plan
who disclaimed in lot Letter Alan Morris. Dorothy' Roro of the Standard
participation -
of late in the afternoon hia Nathan Mayo, commissioner of &gliculture -I angling. Bathers will he allowedthe offered. promote the candidacy of ops
i for the state at Tallahassee the theft, was to be held under Morris. Jim ISealc and Harrry .Fruit and I Steamship Company use of any. of the bathing, Another factor and not th? i-.father of the.lepublican: -
automobile has been teen; parked Ferguson. is due to arrive from New presidential
i Fla. bond of $250, for trial. [ facilities." Towels' will be furnished. l least by any means it i is' said, i is
near the capitol with Bankhcadjinside It is expected l that the rest of I immediately after the robbery, There were no passengers ar-P York; Saturday will take fuel oil Bathers will supply their own the fart that the Pilot's] Association apiiants.Others .
I living on the morning trip from at the Porter Hock Company andsaI .
dictating to his secretary j the precincts will be finished by Constable Kay Klwood went to suits. I! agreed to a 50 percent re. represent a more rfisinterrsted

He was supitosed to have been :; the end of the week. When all of j work on the case: and followinga Miami. I for Frontera, Mexico. |I For travelers who desire to notion on their charges. As|: efort to find out what!

ftuUing leUurely through Wash- : the returns: are in from the other i! number of clues and secured, -.- -- -- --. _ get a view of the pea gardens ind pilotage is one of the greatest; .is: wrong with the party, anti I

banksof four precincts in the city and Prcjcincts sufficient information to warrant --------- ----...--.---. IRFHIND - the many b'VPitiful: nnd"r water items of a vessel's docking ex-l(I what can be done to Ilrcompli.h,50methin
arks the
ington or along
i 8. 0 J and 10. on the keys and him arresting Velasquez. This ; : I IB scenes. small boats with glass penditnre: ,!. this reduction! is eonFid .
the Potomac at the time. the Cape Sable district, the entire was done April 15 in company, I.HEU.I INFS The. 'Inside'i of TheNews bottomed bucket to ho used for "red pertinent In the program]j', ;: resembling unity in

Presence Needed list will be published. with Bienvenido I'erez.Viththis|l OSCAR M. JOHNSON the s'cht Feeing, will be in readiness of making Key W*"t. u port of : 1D36.

He even.'ljfM: had,a
has been any missed by any On Monday\ afternoon this pose! that of the
person any powows to
house procedure on oc. TAlLAHASSEE: April 24.j favorably! are convinced as to itt - - -- -
casions, capitol hill hears..It's 'been of the enumerators he or she, as week i information was furnished I Signs of the 1936 elections seem J 01 unconstitutionality. be held at any time within the

by "remote control," but evident !! the case may be, will materially the ::i Chief: Deputy Sheriff Clements veiy definitely in evidence in con-j: --- "ADVENTURERS MAKING READY TO I next few, months will be at all
aid the project by leaving Jaycocks, which resulted in his
ideration of the anti-chain: store !
I The point' is, if the
Only recently it was rumored he, necefsary information at the of- recovering the radio which had i conclusive. They are not so in-
.There is the
act. no mistaking
Act succeeds there will be '.1!
was prepared to come to the hous fice of Fred Dion, COS I Duval !Keen l hidden. in a house on Aim-lit fact that interested in 1330'candidacies I pa LEAVE WORLD-WIDE JOURNEYLeaving tended. It is too early for that.
I :sage of a bill to literally tax th:! I ,
Hour to ttuvc off an attempt to : street. I street. for office are fully : chain stores out of (existence. . |I I Republican Problems

leplace him as democratic leader \: --- -- appreciative of the organized Therefore, if the Recovery Act i! tomorrow after.ioon on goula. Miss.\ with small auxiliary! Inevitably, at every such gath-

by a small of dissatisfieddemocrats. .1 SCHOOLUNIT I PLANE DAMAGED : ,rength behind the Recovery Act | pastes. and is found unconlituI cring two principal issues arise.The .
-.the 20.000 odd independent tional, then the chain stores would !I the 45-foot Ketch Hurricane, will :gas engine which will be ui-ed:: only.I No. 1 bothersome

i merchants. .Conveoro<>.ly. they are be :! in cars of extreme emergency, us: question

No one dou'ots that' I'ankhead's. i[. PLANS DRAMA :; WHILE LANDING. not i ignoring the potential effects''schedule;: ) spared for a prohibitive at least: two licensing).ear-'I|i'he three adrenturert, Roy E. all of the travel will J b- mad byi I Iail. ;| is. almost universally jus how

appearance on the floor at present i i that may follow any real effort until the convening of the next 'I Kauffman, Gerry Mefferd .nJI The vessel Carrie sufficient i[ conservative the G. O. P. can afford -

would be welcome to the adminis-1 ----- : to organize the consuming; public '( legislature. I I I Ii I provisions for six months. .j[ to be in next year's cam
Morrow J. Allen. Their
in opposition. .It is realized that [
tration and of material stmigth to WILL BE -- paign.I .
i iI i I after all the buying public has The itinerary of the! travelers

I the leadership in the houH1. A I i AUDITORIUM OF HIGH i I PAN AMERICAN AIRPORT .! been an accersory: to the development ;i Suppoitera and opponents of ; from Key Well will be the begin include Haiti. South Amra ica)'I Should the party continue to

number of the h..iue since I l'JI'I '1. : of the chain store business ,]theo Recoveiy' Act found them elveo3'' nirg of a voyage which will take Gallapagoa: Islands, Marquesas, play the erIe of constitutional 1
I Il't'rMJII SCHOOL MAY 3 i}i HERE YESTERDAY i facing a paradoxical situation last'jweck
I II I through its acceptance of that conservatism, attack all that Mr.
|' lly popular soft-spoken i Islands. Archipelago Key East:
J i ii system of handling merchandise. !i when the Senate Judiciary them to many part of the world ,
even-tempered and amiable, he !i I I I --- I i! Committee reported adversely on :! Indies, India Arabia, Red River: Roosevelt has done as visionary

could fill a -put of vital impoit-j! 1 A comedy drama in three acts While making a landing at the: I jthe I bill's constitutionality, only to.! and will extend over a period of end through the Suez Canal into unsound and socialistic anti ,kis)

alive to the administration: j jll5t entitled "Huckleberry Finn" has Pan American airport yesterday:I Whatever the outcome of the fee the House Judiciary Committee four or five yean. the Mediterranean Sea. Their re-j I the western republican radical

flow been selected as the senior play;: Miles Vernon. piloting! his plane. ;; final vote on the Recovery Act, itj;I immediately thereafter report ,' I turn will be made with stops at a1 I Ir goodbye Or should it rely on
Taylor of Colorado. actin;; floor of the class of ';35: of Key West met with a mishap\ which disabled. will become a very real issue in t the bill favorably as to constitu-, Mr.\ Kauffman is the' Captain of j ',compromise measures anti try to'be'

leader in liankhead's. absence, I High :School.:) It will be produced\ .,.the flying craft. .., j.tI. ,the forthcoming gubernatorial tionality. .Afer the 'senate committee !;'.the expedition.. audhL'si'orkis: .t that}'nu'mter,-i\ e: .of'Hr'puces; -I" ;i-Ht on, the. AtlantIc,10cean. I' "tonsrv tive enotJgiKtb'fcarrythe'east''but '

hasn't had aa smuoth sailing ;I he.,in the school auditorium on Ft'-",i I,I. One of the wings was damaged campaign.!!: .The independents are'''\' had taken its vote "' 'the' ; tof planning' '': ; tie}'{ ,}trip: selecting" the '}oh .,J JtIC.ITHOM'PSON liberal enough' to

| lol.ally uould have liked. I 111 I day May 3 S, 8 o'clock. and other minor injuries 'aVi'd derangements aheady organized to the hilt. .j i|! House Committee was immediatej ;,'., ''j hate" affiance also in the We t?
after all ofthe.liav
I: boar) tpute.1ookiog; ( .
ailure to gu along with the.l ajli ,,, "Huckleberry Finn" i is the reufte l from the at.-3'Thoe who witnessed their attendance I 1 ly called into sesrio'h! at the re': ;,', : ::"rf, .ThJ'' No'" 2 question has. to do
ini.R lTV'i n's which will ''' on the public hearings; will quest of proponents *! itinci6ry''uTid the'oilierihuititudino'ttt : : : Mrth'Mrl-'Hoover 'who, recently
nimi>tiutioi)-especially liLs 'slb' 'r' dramatization ot.; i r.jtlcnt have to be rem- Recovery Act. ,4' .. ii I ,
\ote on work-relief i LillfhaKrau.sed immortal stolA thfc, year lietleCore( the plane can be used, "r. unqualified witness to that I*I confident of the attitude of tnVIIoue duties i.icbj ''l' to' I. !1iak 'undertaken to 'reassert his

criticism to b s directed *nalIa.II(5 rW-I 'lyl&e.lq annive4iipP -, it was Faif!. I fact. ., .H they win they will in. 'I Committee on the question Ii' the .lot. t a vessel's? .ma ter. ::: RlplSiREHAD party leadership. Should" he'Ii'' !
against him. I, tf !'1 N ctf'lh"! gl'eat Mr. Vernon and his flying coinpanion. ;'vist upon} committments assuring I'! .Under the rules of the hoisejfour I Mr. Meffe'rd-I ; , !! expert photo-1' ;: 'encouraged !oV w6uld! it be betterif
The 'Gag Rule i American writer, world-wide attention -!'|' Frances Rasmus 'left on I I'the a continuation of the law both as ) members of a committee can ;'i grapher, will do all of the artwork 1 ::...: ..: the party divorced itself very

Taylor whimsically described : is now being given to his regular] passenger plane yesterday i iI to candidatse for governor and the j in'ift upon consideration of a bill ) t definitely from the memory of
the reason for criticism against: work: I I II I with artisans who will make J legislature next year. I which the chairman may be holding tiip. equipment the Hoover regime and from any

hi<- leadership was because he did! ;I A good cast has been selected the necessary repairs and leave up for some reason. consists of the most:: modern photographic ABOARD YACHT TO WEST prospect of carrying a Hoover

the > and is being well!j i with the owner for Miami. I equipment including 1936
not "make a lot of noise on for the drama Well qualified legislative ob- I appaiatus label in

floor." I.I trained by Mrs. Aildah Ramsay,:! rervers suspect that the apparent i] There seems but little doubt j for making color pictures.In COAST. I It will surprise many republicans

lunkhead's friends point to an spon.sor of this year's graduatingclass. MRS. MARY PINDERI! indifference of the chain store: !: but that the Recovery Act will addition to this he will com-1,, --- if either one of these questions ,

incident which occurred in the !at! I', owners to the campaign of independent -'|I pass the house but it's not so delI -: pile the data covering the voyage. is answered'with any degree .
is misled I of "Huckle 'I Mr. Allen is paleontologist and Claude who has been of for months to
congress as to why he The starring part merchants is root. inite as to the senate. a Thompson finality

so much at the (\I'esl'nthe..) hi.1tvpe berry Finn" i is being'played by, DIES THIS MORNINGi ed. .In fact the statement deep is made 'I I biologist and will visit many of the j absent from the city for about come.

of leadership is needed. It. Frank Alvarez while Jack Pierce ; that at least tome of the chain1 I I I Any briefing of the situation as:) out of the way places of the earth five week on a cruise: to the Possible Candidate
1ahpn he was chairman of the will star as Hutk'a friend and store operators be actually!''it rtood: Saturday would be incomplete ;j seeking information on both fos- The same can I.e 8aitl l of presidential .

powerful rules committee. : comrade, Tom Sawyer. !' FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE! encouraging; and may fostering the I without a word as to the sib and living creatures. j ji ; west coast, returned yesterday candidates. The field i if

The republicans had tied up the J!j, Hilda )Demeritt will have the I passage of the recovery act. .This j.I possible attitude of the governors!i As a biologLUrhe will study rep-,,) from San Francisco. so large and confused. and the

legislative' machinery of the house!}( role of Aunt Polly, Muck's guardian -j ANNOUNCED LATER. because they are confident thatit t. .If the bill passes both houses : tilia and mammalia in all of the. I When the Barkentine Yacht nomination date eo far away, that
near the end of the session with n': and best friend while the] I will be held unconstitutional if : there are those who are confident : countries visited. Many of the i i Intrepid, Walter P. Murphy own)few experienced politicians: will

filibuster. Bankhead quietly re-i i''part' of John Finn, Huckleberry':i; IT IS STATED brought into court. which inevit.1ably f f that the governor would either ) mailer specimens he plans to keepin !i sailed from Key West even predict who the three or

tired to his committee room and father will he taken by Albert!! will happen if it is adopted.I! veto the bill or let it become a law alcohol.; Others of the larger j ere Cla.ud.eJ four leaders will be by (he tfrie'

brought forth the now famous Wiggins.: j I I[: without his signature. .This conviction specimens he will preserve by other -j went as cabin boy expecting' o the convention meets in, Jane1,

"gag"; rule. He attained a high 1, Other characters ate: I|i Mrs. Mary A. Pinder. 78 died {: is based upon the wellI .'1 methods. !; make the trip to Alaskan waters:; 1936. -

point in drama when he inarched j jn Ruth Watson-Laudelina Coni 10:30( : o'clock this morning in the! Preponderancef opinion :j I known fact that the governor is'J !'' His paleontological pursuits will where the hip was bound. Whatever list is made np today
(. to the fl.M>r of the house pre-i reras. ;j jt home at 1121: Fleming treet.1Fune..al [ among I leading lawyers who have J)L deeply interested in any legila-j be carried on at the same time. Arriving. at San Francisco, must be 'on' the, basis of present'!!

suited the rule and declared "tint t Mary Jane-:Marguerite Valen-i;:;. services will be announced -I given real study to the situation i:. tion not inconsistent with the gen-.1 his excavations being nude at Claude says they found that the activity only not dn the basis of

l-eople elected the democrats to.: luela. j j later. | is that the( act won't hold] water!; eral welfare that would serve to'' certain places which! are known to [seamen's strike ,wax going strong known prospects.

....n the country, and I think it's ; Fred Raymond-Curtis Stanton. '.I The deceased is survived by two r if attacked in the courts. .When': attract new capital to,' Florida.}I be fossil tearing and also other1 j and all men who "go down'.to theI On such a list for the' time being .

time the democrats took charge." j I j Melba \V1ite-Justine Arlt. j i daughter, Mrs. William II. Gib- the combined judiciary committees -.'I that would more firmly establish locations which may be productive S I j sea in ships" were supposed 'to at least. must be placed Mr.
In one sjiontaneous move theo j \\.oppinger-J..lna: Rob- '1, son. of Key West; Mrs. Milton of the] senate, sitting with. in the minds of capital. that safe t, of results which are the I('join the union. Hoover him. If. It is well understood

democratic side of the house rose j,: erts. i'i I Walker Omaha. Nebraska; one the committee "on finance and.and fane tax legislation] and tax'!j dreams of all seekers after thej'|I While others of the Intrepid's he would accept it i

HIMent) up a great shout. The |, Army WOIIinger-Rub M- fi.-ter. Mrs. Martha Higgs, Bahama !II I taxation voted 1C to 10 in favor I([ structures may always] be depended -!' rue or hitheito unfound. personnel joined. Claude and urged, and that his friends are

rule passed I Islands. Other survivors are 13 of recommending the bill. at least be the order in Mr. Allen has made out sentiment his
verwhelmingly. ; bury. i I j ji !}! upon to arrangements seven others decided not to join feeling in Ie. a
I i I grandchildren and 17 great-grand- five members declared that their I jkla.I I FIor-1 with museums, both public and left the ship.

HOLIDAY NOTICE I Habana-Madrid Club i I children. vote to bring the issue to the floor j!I _____ and private of natural history in half.There is. noticeable aelivit/

was not to be taken to mean that]! The governor has not the United States and Europe for TWO OF SAME FAMILY on behalf of Col. Frank Knox. the

Friday. April :20.! Memorial BIGFREEMOONLIGHT I DIES MAKING SALE they would support' the bill on a 1 in any way his course in the matter -r the disposition of whatever he mav Chicago publisher particularly in

Pay. a I legal; I holiday in the Stateof DANCETONIGHT I final vote. I i and this is not to be taken as discover which will add biologically COLUMBUS: IndL The same}the south and midwest. In fact,

Florida this bank will not h:?: CHICAGO. ite trying to sellS I more than an expression of opin or paleontologically: to the day and in the same court Mrs. at this stage the campaign for

open for business on that day 'I a life insurance policy to a friendin In fact the suspicion is that at I ions based on his general attitude world's knowledge.The Charles West and her augbter, i him seems as well orf;: niked a*.

TilE FIRST NATIONAL B.\XK.! For Members and Their I. this city Daniel Danaher fell j least some of the sixteen members to radical departure from existing Hurricane is a modernly Mrs. Helen Truex of this city. won J any. Tie disavows connection;

apr24-2t!1 Invited Guettt I dead from heart disease. who voted to report-the bill I I orders. I equipped ketch, built in -Pasca- divorce decree i with it.



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THE 30-HOUR WEEK I IKEY changes habe been made in the 1 winds south and moderate
'OIIJ t t'. Itct [t1r l C tl J; I
] The office has been
company. I north
-- WEST IN rearranged and painted. This TODAY'S WEATHER ] easterly over portion.
Pabltehrd Rally Kxcept Sunday ByTIIU In a recent issue, the Sylacauga (Ala.)
taxes to
CI1IKPlIIMKIIINC; Co.. INC I company recently paid .
1. P. AUTMAM.. .'"...1....(. I! News gives an interesting slaut on how the date amounting to $7,949,00. WEATHER CONDITIONSThe
From The Citizen Building Happenings Here Just 10 Year Temperature mach change in temperature;
present 40-hour week has affected All of the schools of the city ... ...
. many RRLowest
turner southerly; !!
weekly newspapers: and predicts a fur The Filet Of The Citizen are requested to allow their LoYI ... . ... ... .. 7. this morning over the central
dip 1 Dally Newspaper In Key west and :Monroe pupils to attend the Rotary Mean ..... ... ... ...... ..82 ,., Plains States, Dodge City. Kan: ,
County ther decrease in the employment of printers I'! citizenship: program to be given J Normal Mean .... 77 \ -. 29.34 inches and pressure U low

"'.Catered at Key West. Florida aa second class matter by such papers if the proposed 30-hour There were about :300 shrinersin : Tuefday morning. April 28, at Rainfall southward' over the Rio Grande-
Key West today They are the Monroe High School. All Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. ,J\t\ +t(17( Valley and West Gulf States;
FIFTY-SIXTH YKAU week bill now before Congress should be- members of Kjjypt" Temple, of I' other boys and young men not Normal! Precipitation... ...:.1 Ins. while has increased over
M..h.r ..iae A.I..... P"... Tampa. They arrived front Tampa attending school are urgvnUy requested .'1'IJ. "p."d _,pre ::........" prri.d \ pressure
.1. Associated Press Is exclusively: entitled to ns. come a law.Briefly. I aly Hon. p..I./ at K .....1_.. IhtI.. .........A. the Lake region and Ohio Valley,
j lthere I
and sailed several hours later fur to : ,
.r repubitcatlun of all n.wa dispatches credited to Tomorrows Almanac and far Northwest Sault Ste. Marie -
It or not otherwise r.di t4.1 n. J tils paper and als stated, the News editorial: Havana where they will pt"hiievl"ral i Frank II. Ladd will speak pn citygovernment Sun rises .... ............... 5:5G a. m. Mich., 30.20 inches, and
|U. local news published lie re.'NATIONAL points out that since the adoption of the days. Many of the party:i I lion. Hugh lunn'ourtJ, Sun sets ...... .......... Ii:54 p. m. ,eft; Seattle Wash.. 30.32 inches. Rain
40-hour week many small newspepers rod over the city as guests of,' will speak on the juvenile ( vt.'rI I I Moon rises ..... ... .12:30'. a. m. have occurred durJN the last 24
ICIICRlAl) local Shriners and friends. A 'lion. Arthur Contez will Aid i Moon sets ........ ...11:37: a. m. 'r 111 hours throughout'most:' of the
: ASSOCIATION have resorted more and more to the use of will peak' county Partly Cloudy
) C/f 11 / 9J5n pretty mark of respect was shown an address and on, Last quarter, 25th ....11 :20 p. m. upper Mississippi Valley and westward -
.. ' plate matter, in order to save typesettingin the departing guests a* the Cuba government. Tomorrow's Tide i Florida Partly cloudy tonightand over Oregon, and it was
SCltct'ItI1rrioN JIA.TJI their shops thus paved! the dock of the WilliamCurry' 1 I A.M. snowing this morning at !Denver,
.... .. .. own reducing employ Editorial comment: The evils Thursday probably showersin 1
fix Months Tear .......... .. ... ..-.-._ --.--.-- ment among local printers. It predictsthat *' Son company the fairs! of the high cost of noernmentaie : High ............. .12:28 1')1'1( ; Co!. There have also been showers -
,'ttrte Months --. ... ... S --.. -"iii on the building were lowered. viewed with philosophic resignation Low .. ............ 7:13 7:18 north portion Thursday; not in the central and southern
On* Month with a 30-hour week still further The salute answered three '
: by
= a was I portions of the Florida peninsula,
'* ekly .. _.__..--.... : ; by those: who do not Barometer at k a. m. today: much change in temjierature.
reduction in the number of printers em- sharp blasts of the .hip's whistle. taxes. j Sea level, 2U.S8. Miami reporting 1.C8 inches Temperatures -
!.!\HATES )pay I Jacksonville to Florida Strait!: have fallen in lh"h-
Made known on application ployed would be inevitable.
STKCItl.OTICK The chamber of commerce hasa The graduation class of Atlanta- Lowest Highe-t I Moderate easterly winds and tral Rocky Mountain States and
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions .f The reason for this} situation is, of I two page advertisement.) on Key Southern Dental college includes; Station Last Night Ye 'teidaj weather mostly overcast' tonightand Plateau region with freezing this
>.rate*' '. .of wtiuary:o cents nonces a line., etc. will be charged for at course, .that plate n\atter can be obtainedfor West in the current I-.FUC of the the name of II. N. S. Jones: of, Abilene ............ .68 8M 1 showers I morning in Utah, and have risen
V<.tl4Y for entertainments by churcnen. from which about one-fourth of what HoolywAod Magazine.; The ad Key W l'-t. The commencement Atlanta ............ 5.t 7G Thursday, probably throughout most ether sections of
4 r"t.mue is to be derived art 6 cents a line. home composition briefly summarizes the attractions will take plate in the'''Uusnn ...,.......... -I""; 5Gi north portion Thursday the country with readings above
il.<'ni 11..of Clilx public n Usuts\I. au open and subjects forum and of local Invites\ or general discus. :; costs.: The use of plates reducesthe of Key West Particulars are also looms exercises:! of the Woman's Club on i Buffalo ............ 40 .11. East Gulf: Moderate' southerly I the seasonal average.;

laHut. !but It will not publish tnonymous coromunl.utitn amount of local news that can be carried given of Key West with illustrations May 28, where the susses.--fulcandidates 'I Charlt'ston4 G2 72
I ............ 4-1 GO -----
----- but when faced with the of various! places of interest.In will receive the degreeof Chicago -
View of the publicity which Doctor of Dental Surgery.An ; })envl'r ....._......... 3-1 1:2 r
The fellow who named the NRA Blue of operating under an unreasonably has been given the city and! the ; Detroit ..:.........- 4.t :,,8

Eagle was 1 prophetic short week the weekly publisher is practically larjfp number of communication excellent! program }has been GalveFton .......... 70 74 I .
forced to adopt this method of relative to the advertisement received arranged! for the cabaret to be Havana ..........__ 16 Important
by the chamber of commerce fctaged by the Country Club tonight : II uron .......-.....-. 50 GI;
Every state has two senators meeting the situation.
even I
'Jacksonville Glt; 7K
the chamber favors passing at Aioiir\itz hall. The af- 0""
'Louisiana, but who is i! the\ othf: '. ,. Such a. change in production methods of a bill!) by the legislature fair will commence at !9 o'clock Kansas: City m.' 58 7R Announcement e..

., would mean a backward step, so far as the empowering the county commissioner and continue until 2 o'clock in KEY WEST ... 76 88'LitUl' 1 .ft ,Vi It'i
to "levy not more than the irornin *. For those who do Rock _.--.. 58' 76 !. i
Now is the time 'for all 'good'men to newspapers are concerned, arid the amountof three mills-'en' the dollar of the not dance the; committee has arranged -: Los Apgeles ...... 5G 14 concerning the redemption 'of First and'

learn the names of the Dionne quintuplets.The live news and editorials ,their rfa'ders' assessed valution of the county frr the orchestra to play; Louisville ........... 5-1 74 I Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have I been) ,
I have a right to expect ,would' be greatly 1* be used in advertising! : the city., a concert with an especially arranged Miami ................ 7U R4 thl,, ..
. t. male by the Treasury Department
4R L1I
I ( '/' curtailed. The News says: j\\ | program of operatic and Minneapolis : I II
Stresa conference vied for 1 New Orleans . 64 80 week.
publicity I
/I meeting called by the popular selectionsToday's '. -- I
with the news that Yvonne Dionne "As we read exchange that come to i chamber of commerce for this i 1 1I I New York .......... 54 GPensacola I ,
had our desk, we find this change rapidly taking morning!: was well attended. The, ........................ ......._. G'1: 7R I I
cut second tooth.
a place now. Already there are some object of the meeting was to, Horoscope: Pittsburgh ...._._. 4-1 G2 I We would be pleased have you
decide! on a plan for entertaining \ St. Louis .....-... 5R 76
scores of Alabama running with 50 ... ...... consult us
Someone said apropos the change of papers the 300 engineers who will vi: per cent less type than they used a year We!'t on June R. the engineers This day carries a strong mind San Francisco .. SG GC I
filmdom from California to Florida, it was . .
Seattle ... . 42 GO
members of the American It have .m.
ago. are good discipline.
more talkie than movie. Association! cf engineers and the capacity of authority may and Tampa ......._...... G47Washington : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.... 41) G4Williston
several members
are among when used with discretion it leadsto
S END OF A SWINDLE the Westeis who ; .......... 36 Goi 1 1I
Key were in lines. The laterI I
success many OF KEY WEST
Poor old Babe Ruth must really be I II
'I present at the meeting. i I in the day the birth hour, the bet-i I I WEATHER FORECAST I
through. He got only one home run in the Some years ago William Renick and i ter the chance of success! for* the 1

. first regular game of the season. his wife, lately of Seattle, learned of a Under the direction of JohnE. ftrongth is i ; enhanced by a cheerful -j (Till R p. m.. Thursday) I II Member of the Federal Reserve
Stratman, of the William!. disposition! that gains the goodwill -I Key West; and Vicinity: Partly I I
'legend to the effect that one Jacob Baker, Curry's Sons company ninn: of associatesy cloudy tonight and Thursday; not I I

Horace Greeley advise to go west a surveyor, who settled in Pennsylvania: in '-'-'- -. ---- -'--- ._- --- ..,,--..-'
ward young man Is out of date since much 1765 at time
was one owner of land in
.. nw .... ,. .w..w+www-.w..wwvwww.N.w.piwn
of the west is coming east-by air. the vicinity of Philadelphia, which he had .v'v -y ,
'x. -
leased to the government for a period of *' V>

Some day President: Roosevelt will 100 years. This land is new occupied by

hook a kingfi h. Contrary to the negative the Philadelphia navy yard, post office _.

desire: often expressed: we hope it will beLong and mint. \

Naturally Baker did not live to reclaim :. ;: '::::.' ':;}... '::: ? :;: X l:'iy-: .: m sometimes

his land at the expiration of the

Read the advertisements, in The Citi- alleged lease, but several thousand sup- .' 'S cigarettes . and I believe they offer

zen, and save enough in purchases fromsthuse. posed descendants have at various times

' merchants who advertise, to pay for believed they had an interest in his es- *
and in which-**
the form
your paper) m.any times over. tate although they had no confirming evidence. . purest "\

H O. O. McIntyre erroneously attributes Taking advantage of this situation, ,.;,,;..... : tobacco is used . .' / I23v ?- ;:aeon ,7,* f

.thc expression: : "innocuous desuetude" to the Itenicks promoted Baker "inheritance . ( k

Albert! Hubbard. That would make Grover as."ociationclaimin: to 1 possess docu- : :
Cleveland' smile for it was he who coined ments which would establish: the claims of .
-ihat phrase. Baker's heirs. They had, no such documents -

- of course, but by playing on the .".:..:.;.:.....:<,>....... .... .... . .' ..:... .:. . .',."., ....::! Mild Ripe Tobacco . f'I: <. l
= A woman was removed from a train cupidity of the supposed 1 heirs they col- :..': :t':;: t: < !Iltj

Un ;Michigan because she insisted on throw- lected various fees on the strength of representations '.- Aged 2 years o. f.i: i

eanjr! money out the window. We under- that they could recover a : .! rfuJ.

"stand the charge lodged against her was large sum from the government. : -the farmer who grows thee %. i :!
impersonating a government official. Finally an Illinois couple who had : > 'i tobacco . l-l;;; w.: 1

Exchange. been swindled made an investigation of the i f t :
; -the warehouseman who sells r
C Renicksnith; : the result that a few daystagOVflliam 4 p Q Si ii.:
k ..x: it at auction to the f1
; .t highest &f.t;
There are two kinds of newtpzqpet! : )) l Renick entered a Federal .

.tlat are inimicable to the profession.: The prison to serve six years, while his \fife bidder . ,}* f.ji

.scurrilous type and the fawning sort. Eachh was let off with a two-year term. 1 : :i ? -every man who. knows about *f:s :.%1N:",jf

:Ls for its object the wheedling of money I Swindling schemes similar to this. f ;. .S' :: leaf tobacco- -will tell you that + i r t. :ll

frpm the })uIJlil'. StrangrJl< Iygmoty> >)f''I! each e 1! ,bay. I been* 1vPfkfd for centuries, but the I A n a} : it: takes'' mild I rip; tobacco. to ; Jt; r4

thnves for a time and then shrivels* into\ I crop 1 of suckers never fails. Perhaps: :3 make a good cigarette; and this- : ', .t..r f1it. d

in::ij'nificance.Homestead. new generation of Baker "heirs" will fall ; 3 :
:5 for
1 : is the kind we bay CHEST'ERF1ELD *$
for the old few hence.I : ;:,; ,
I same game a years t,1
cigarettes f ,,
: >:
: a little place of barely : "n '

",.r.00) inhabitants, has a weekly paper: and CONDITIONS IMPROVING ,; All of the tobacco wed in ij' ;''<'f..:"

in that weekly more local advertising, is -- t'T11r :" CHESTERFIELD Cigarettes is ::1

.car'ied: than in the one daily and two With all the hurly burly and hull- ,.., .}i aged for two years or more. iff:

Weeklies' of Kt''e t, a city of fully 10.- aballoo caused: by exciting times at Washington i -.Y "d s Liccrrr & MYZXS TOBACCO Co.. :it.'ii'' kl'i :

(Kio inhabitant-.. What a sorry commen- radio debates, demands for billion
ttvon the merchants of this city.It dollar pension expenditures, Europeanwar JI

and the developments:; c ,
---' scares news f'
seems now that the efforts of The our people have not had time to realize L >.." :H. A
Citizen for the merger of city and county that conditions in the business world are :. :hJ'<",.::1

-dalin;; the past wore.of years i is about to really improving and that things are much I W/i
bring! fruit. The denouement means a better than they seem to be. Reports from ?: I

:icavv financial loss to this paper, but the all parts of the country indicate that the I ..

general good must always have first con prosperity wrich is anxiously awaited is ." ..* ,' ,5, J'v.e." /,''- I.

sideration. There will be compensation in much closer than it was a year ago. q..J ,. -t:. ,

J:*>tlier ways for all whom, the consolidation While there has been little improvement ___ Fi I .T' .r- ... ,'10 .,' '_Iii
,.affect: adversely.i in the smaller communities, there 0..... -. ;.., .:-.t ..

has been a great deal of improvement in 1 V c1 I'.t.. ..adet f ... a

'- An advertisement in The Citizen the business of the people of the cities. 'O t 1 a . r '..O-a1 .) : of'

Tuesday asked for the return of money There is a real tone of forward movement :
Chesterfield is the cigarette that's MILDER ;
lost and promises a reward amounting to in practically every one of our important

,JiO per cent. If Tax Assessor-Collector! ;; business centers. As these large communities Chesterfield is the cigarette that TASTES BETTER':'

ISom: IJ. Pinder i is the lucky finder, the loser were the first to feel the depression, \

twill also be lucky for the genial city offi- so are they the first to feel the relief fromit.
:rIal is the only man who ever returned The smaller communities which depend H. ,._ ,,. .. .-7.; v i' " . . 'f'F.

that was lost of whom have cities will . -f .j' : .; i/
:J11t1l1ey we on the prosperity of large ;: '." .. ,;
knowledge. It i is unfortunate that money be the next to feel the improvement. Then aT sew"
Host is invariably found by dishonest individuals will come the turn of tre rural communities '..- ,
: The other kind is scarce and everjbpdy will be ha PPY. '
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I I II-LIGHTHOUSE TEN f-VETERANS WILL Veteran to the baseball Cuban! club Club will where I* taken a

fGllEflTRICHES!! !! I I dance will be held by the Recreation


"I I special gnesu.

SPORTS ) The visiting team will arrive by
ZyjOPs1s: ._. 8ttnom 111. caugbt him. There's nothing new '
ka. k.4 a tnll; lad. teed4tng day about that. Women have been dragging DIAMONDBALL GAME YESTERDAY .. TO BE PUT rail at noon Sunday and leave' on
a fco* dtttdud doe. not wantto the
evening train
I Monday.
marry Jan. Xorthntp alter all men to the altar and marrying
/or on. tMng md Mf*tat. was motimprotuxt them In spite of their screams ever RESULTS IN ON SUNDAY AT NAVY 1-
fey tin petty wialtct of 1I ........................
since the of
days the cave men.
Uatrl Webster in keepIng eandltf SCORE OF 10-7 FIELD- HEREBy I
off tAi attar, and tk. ftyiterlcal rtftntmtnt "It's a pity all you men can't be CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN
that catted in ,TI. family .
locked up In glass cases. snll1'edMisl ---- -- I
of kU trtdt But after (ft* cereu -
>ftv. at tic vtddo( tapper, Julia. p eeeeel eee e< ee
J..... decide k. it very happymfttr "Now. Miss Julia" said the Judge GIANTS DEFEATBOSTON 1 eeeessseesse.eeeeeeee.seee..s i (By JOVE) ;: ( JOVE) ,

aIL pleasantly, "you know more in a CIRCLING i THE CAULIFLOWER I The Lighthouse diamondball: Everything is set for the big

minute than'all the women in this ROW team defeated the Garage ten doubleheader to be ......*........*........
played at
Chapter town in million years and you I BRAVES !, By OSCAR PITA i yesterday in the first game of the ':' Field Sunday afternoon between I FOR RENT

-, HONEYMOONTpHERE James needn't try to pretend much to looked me that in i........................,............C........IC C a playoff for first-half honor of the the Veterans of Foreign
ever so as Social League. The final score
wai but one smallest blotI IN CLOSE GAME I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
of Jane's direction until she made up : Tomorrow afternoon will see The dinner for the winners was 10 to 7. I Wars and the Key West Trojans, Hour Day Week. Repairall
| the:bf.1aaiul1ies t honey-- or
,- on . ,
wanted him It's I matched
to. teams
her mind she the following '
\\moon.' That came toward the end paid for Lj the losers! will be held In the first inning the :Mechan-1 i baseball teams. I makes and paint them with
Thackeray isn't it, who says that : against each other. The first named 'I '
aftw the arrlYat'of' a,certain Louis : promptly at 7:30 p. m. Friday. ice lost!': their game on two walk, The line-up for the visitors flJ Nu-Enamel. We carry a full
has actual
unless she
an of the Rosebuds
any woman members ,
Bradford of New York; 'City.It I JGE CRONIN'S SQUAD DOWNS : are Please lIe I two hits and two errors. The Bea-I dude Harrison c; Lefty Lewkis, : supply of parts. Agent for the
her time. Whether
hump on back can marry any under the leadership of Cart."Papa" i on you
was not because Mr. Bradfordwas man she picks out. easy as easy. YANKS; CLEVELAND INDIANS Russell! Kerr, and the lat 1 playin the match or not are II III ; con boys!'! crossed!! the plate four i p; Sutton I p; Cole, p; Nabor, Ib; Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And .
and I times Sickler, 2b Beck :3b Kubes sell them as low as $5.00
so perfectly poised polished Why I believe you put Jane up to I members ; ; ss;
and manicured or because he made marrying James in the first pli.ce I TRIUMPH OVER ST. ter named are of the ( expected at the dinner the only ,I Up until the seventh inning the Kokey. cf; Gilliard, If; Smallridge, j down and $1.00 per week. We

i such apt remarks or wore such beautifully though I don't expect you'll ever admit I "Limes", captained by Timotheus[! stipulation' u that you hall' dig Garage outfit had a chance, but 1 rf; subs, Licata and Neary. Buy and Sell all makes of used

tailored clothes or even be1eans It." LOUIS BROWNS Pittman. So here goes: I down deep in jour pocket and pay I in the eighth and ninth frames the Polly Huau will be the managerof I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

his hair lay so gloriously "I wouldn't say I did and I wouldn'tsay Stmnk-Melvin: Russell! vi!'! Kemp. for Lighthouse aggregation scored two I the Vets. Mr. Huau is athletic Stowers company, 515 Duval

'leek.No.it was his lordly assurance I didn't. snapped Miss Julia Kirschenbaum. I yourself. In rase you cannot1] runs in each frame. : director at the Veterans' camps!I I street. apr9-tf

tin the presence of the waiters that rocking vigorously back and forth 1..1.1 I. The ('iticrnNEW ) Salas-Mesa vs Sam HamsCruickshank. play in the match, please let your I The leaders at bat were Stan I Matecumbe.: '

James envied and Jane desired to "but I do say that young folks don't YORK, April 24.-The I : I captain know so he can fill your j ley. Head and Valdes! for the boys A local band will play a few PIANO TUNING

'ba.. James emulate.If know their own minds to speak ot, New York Giants defeated the I Gold mith-Malont' vs Lopez- place, with a better man than you who are chipping old paint and;' selections at the games.

the waiters had happened by and it is a blessed good thing for a Cotton Braves in an eleveninninggame I Pittman. !j. ..ma'be.i II rust off boujs, anti Joe Gates of I For the locals the players will PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo-
chance to have been of African flibbertigibbet like James to marrya Kerr-Spottswood vs! PrieKetch.um. reno. Excellent piano for sale
(&ny the score of C-5, The the Garage team. I be: Joe Navarro c; Sahnero Harry -
sensible like Jane." bj } cheap. 1018 Division street.
girl |
descent then Mr. Bradford might practical | i In the field. Valdes and Dion Wickers, Sevilla. Martinez and'
ban envied the brilliant ease with "I suppose Jane didn't know her largest crowd ever witnessing a !Morgan-Pierce vs! Curry Har- I A forecast by this scribe The !! apr22-lmo
for the Lighthouse and Mario Sanchez Castellano Ib
I crew ps; ;
handled them own mInd. New following will eat free if they are
Stlmson ris-Plummer. II
which Mr. National League opening in j I
the I
Gabriel and Hill for boys from AI. Ace\edo 2b; Dick Navarro.
hat at this parUcular hotel the "Well for pity's sake what do you crowd Stowers-Julian vs Grooms-I I careful: Strunk, Russell. Salas.! FOR SALE
The was
York was present.: brick 3b John Navarro
the garage. ; ss; Rueda rf-;
..waiters unfortunately. were as want for jour precious James It'smy Aala., Mesa!': Lopez, Pittman, Price 'i
estimated at 50,000. Luque who Score by innings: R. II. E.I Fruto If M.\ Lopez cf; subs,
white as their hearts were black and opinion that he t could have Sawjer-Ike Russell vs O'Cry-I Ketchum Harris Plummer. Ajala FOR SALE-Four lots on County

they spoke a strange a d.unkn,,n'lingo y lt.L\l\tA1f\lond.\! ( a lot followed Stout in the pitcher's ant-Taylor. 1 Grooms. Sawyer and Russell!': Light. 401 100 022-10 14 61 Domench and Barcelo. The latter I Road near Casa Marina

that Mr Bradford understood' "wose. ?(*asnt s beard saying that Jane Northrup --..--- -- .., ---1 : Dementt and F. second game at event.
and James didn't. you ._ h' .. . I any : J. W. V. R. Plummer 1101
the best. in this while Uabe Ki'th tailed lo maneanj Stickney J, Gates Gabriel and H.. At 9 o'clock Sunday night the
was looking girl
d Tamulis and Dickey Fleming street apr20-Ctx
Both tM al\wI'er< ,, "pit [ ,I ihda' Braves'lineup Deshong ; i i it ,
?6nnf the
> Patch fdr'anhnan. Nowa.k4t real showing in NEBOTOMEET Castro.
l I
took look at James,
ions one labeled Osterniueller H. Johnson and R.
\ 'him docketed l rtm.'desplsWiWneglected1 bav .joii Kli: fi:.ihit her* I which was a great disappointment -, FerrelLAt Nummary: Errors: (Lighthouse; ) i iValdu. I| balls: off Dementt 2, off Cates 2; ,eJ PERSONAL

believe! )'ourfJje.J: u i Stickney. Dementt. Cere- :'wild pitches emeritt Cates
tips were quite as lavish as those of I zo, Schoneck and Head; (Garage) ; time of game: 1:30; umpires: STOMACH: ULCER GAS PAINS

Mr. Bradford but be got only the "OHB looks too *iuth like her' Bambino of baseball played right Philadelphia R. II. E. Lewis, F. Caraballo, Wells, J. Lopez and Gonzalez. INDIGESTION victims!!, why

most obscure placed tables the L mother" said the old man meditatively. field position for the Bostonians.Mel Washington ......... .......... C 14 0' BATTLE NEW Cates; two base hits: Albury. Valdez -. I suffer For quick relief get a

most transitory service. : "and I don't like the set of Ott slashed! a single to right !' Philadelphia .................... 4 13 2 SIGNS TO i Roberts Head. Archer Scho' This afternoon the final game free sample of Udga a doctor's

This naturally enough Irritated I that woman's jaw. Jane's fairly to score George Davis with the Batteries: Hadley. Linke, Pet- YORKER IN MIAMI ON neck, Gabriel, Griffin; stolen I will be played between the Army prescription at Gardn r's Phar
and and white and
plump now pink
''jane the loveliest and one of the "winning run and break up a tense tit and Bolton; Cain, Lieber, Ma- bases: Dion 2, Cerezo 2. Gabriel and! Lighthouse tens the winner macy.
best-dressed young women In the her eyes are so bright and sparkling overtime struggle in the gather-I haffej and Foxx. APRIL 29Cps'elaI 2, Griffin. Hill; struck out: by I I to be declared the first-half cham- apr23-24-25-30; may 1-2-7-8-9-14-
that like an old" fool, it never occurred -
I IboteL She kept urging her husband ing gloom. There were five home Demeritt 5, by Cates 4; bases on pions. 15.16p0t
to me to look at her jaw. Cut ( to Thf rill I to assert himself and copy Mr.Bradfors runs made during the game but clevela- E.I .
only yesterday I saw her walking up At R. II. MIAMI April 24.-Pete Nebo, -- ---- -- -- --- -
masterful ways. James alas Ruth: failed even to get the ball
the street with James and it cameto .. .. ......_ .,... 6
could do no better than to bribe the out of the infield in four trips to St.Louis. --- the socking Seminole of Key West,

bead waiter by a gift of ten dollars her me mother all of over a sudden again that jaw and she all.was" the plate. Cleveland ...............____.... 7 11 11' has been signed for a bout with

Into promising better tables In the "Mrs. Northrup is an awful hard The Boston Red Sox Joe Cron- Batteries: Weiland. Andrews Jackie Davis, the hard-hitting floodu'inhted

tuture-a promise sometimes fulfilled worker and them that does the work in's rquad walloped the Yanks Coffman. Knott and Hemsley;, youngster from New York. The be

and sometimes noL Jane's remarks generally gets the running of things.I 7-4. A crowd of 20,500 including Harder. C. Brown and Pytlak.At encounter is slated for the maingo
when they were not. made
guess you men let old Bill Clancyrun Governor James M.\ Curley of Massachusetts I Monday night. April 29.
James tingle all over with shame. ACCEPTING
the Bachelors' Club year in and saw the Boston club Chicago R. II. E. Nebo it will be remembered,

"Tou?" he like asked masterfulness crumbling In his a year out and never say boo your win their way to victory. Oster- } Detroit ........ ........_......... 2 10 2 has lost but one fight in his local To get the original Dsvw 100% Port Paint _ _

man bread In nervous once fingers. selves. And you mark my words. It mueller was knocked out of the i Chicago ....._-................. 7 11 1 ring career and that to Tony Can-I _ _ S"i"\ MADE IN BALTIMORE.Davi I fOKSTfABT
James hadn't married Jane he wou'd Yanks the worldin _-
then of
the zoneri. champion
fifth when
box in the Batteries: Crowder Sorrell.I -- 100% F rc Paint has often ken ABC I
"Yes. of course. to a certain decree. have married that flighty little Leslie I
rallied tc score two runs. I Jones and the lightweight class. His record imitated but .
Cochrane luphcatcd.D
Hatter and never
Every woman does" said Jane Harris. I suppose you would hate ; extends back to this Label
The Cleveland Indians defeated of victories ciI:3: : Pure Paint
liked that better!"" Sewell. : vi* % conforms I with
impatiently. i
the St. Louis Browns, 7 to 6. : the time he first broke out in Key all pare paint Laws tJ It the only ptiot
"I don't know. Leslie's sweet as a I !
Then I don't altogether see if you I A triple by Joe Vosmik was the i West. Since that time he has met hSSpugE that carries a guarantee of purity.
peach and I wouldn't mind marrying LEGALS
admire that sort how you ever hapD -
battle although and defeated the beet' in his division -
to the
S n t d to marry me." answered her myself but I don't like the breed. dramatic \ PAINT ook for this Guarantee *
James miserably.Tin not masterful I reckon that I'm as bard to suit asa I Earl Averill crossed the IN Tills'rTv' Jl Iir.K' COIHT I and stacks up as a very fes i ( on the Label- : .

'I never was. I never win be:Didn't fussy old-rooster with one chicken. platewith the winning run when' IN .*M> FOK MOMtOK ('IH'>T1.tioumt. '.:! formidable opponent for Davis. _ _ w.has..,con..cts wuh any.,h.,Puns Masfw.v,, ( epi4., nrs
you know that until now*" ; But. Miss Julia if you could hava Catcher Rollie Hem ley of they| 01' "IIOIUTt:.. I i I Davis is a comparative newcomer All our product at. md by us m fUltmgr* sad .uld ehroofh I.krs only,

"You can be If you'll just assert heard James speak to the Republican Browns threw nild to first base 1 I In SHRV re Estate J. Ixm'E. I I to this vicinity having made the THEttBDAVlSCa ****** BALTIMOREMQ

convention in Topeka last month in for a double play. n..a sed- trek to meet Johnny Lucas to

yourself one walk! a over little you and who don't wants let every to." your eyes would have popped out of The trying Chicago:; White Sox downed I| Ti all NOTICE
said Jane a little uneasily. "It's onlya your head. They cheered him for a j the Detroit Tigers 7 to 2, behind I havlnir claims nr .I -man
quarter of an hour when he got i the steady pitching of Sam Jones. 1 Mill EstateAou. : I I to prolong the real battle, and in
Question of making up your mindto 1 I andach nf >''\1, are hynotifiwl ---
be." through-and him Just twenty-four. | The Washington Senators defeated and quird to pr.--nt I I the meanwhile getting inside for
They called him silver tongued buthes } the Athletics: any Haimn and dman.l* which you.I"r those aggravating short punches. r1111.lAii'.l1111: -'
Philadelphia ;
-I think there Is more to It than ) have against (
more than that" ] either ofou. may ..............
taat" C 4 to 4. Three runs scored in the I estate of Mary .1. Lowe, d<>- ICCIeeIIIe..Ie.IIee.IC.IIISISCICIIIIIICICISIS
"You think he's made of pure wild throw M-ast-d. late of Monroe County,, GAMES TODAY : SI
eighth inning, two on a I .I .
Someone came to their table '" the Honorable Hutch I
don't you jibed :Miss Julia gOld'l i Florida to S ,
the Senatorsan !
then to speak to Jane and the sub- by Sugar Cain. gave I Cunn, County Judnf MonroeTounty.
naturedly. Florida, at hm office In the AMERICAN LEAGUE
insurmountable advantage.Paul
ject was dropped. "Well. don't know. lie's made of I I County Courthouse! in Monroe Count -,I
Detroit Chicago.St. .
James returned from his honey something pretty fine. But he's tern Dean held the Chicago !, >, Florida within eight calendar at I For Hot Weather I
Cubs to seven hits while his world months from the date of the first at
moon a thoroughly happy but slightly peramental as a young colt that Cardinal teammates I publkation hereof Said claims or Washington! at Philadelphia i..1
puzzled young man with a determination hasn't been hitched. Do you know champion; demand "hall.l i.e in writing and

to assert himself more frequently that that boy remembers tvery: man pounded out a 9 to 5 victory in I I
in the future and to take up be meets and his name and wherehe I teir home debut before 10,000 and shall l>e sworn to by the claimant -
on the first possible occasion the met'him? Presidents have gone fans. Frankie Fru>chs men got .bin agent or altorne LEAGUE I I

study of the art of masterfulness into the White House for less. What I going early and drove French from I II ,I flle All.h within BU< h claim the I time and and demands In the not Chicago at St. Louis. ComfortWe I I

and to cultivate on the side a darkly he lacks is conceit-just natural I the mound in the- third inning witha I, manner prescribed herein shall be Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. I

sinister gleam in his eyes. everyday conceit such as every I four-run onslaught. Hartnett void. Boston at New York. II
young pup of his age is bursting !I poled a home run in the fourth i iI I l).luted 1>.3I. the 17th day of April A. Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
A FEW days after the return of with. Miss Julia are you sure Jane scoring Demaree, but the Cardinals -: \RTI.R I* HPsTOV.An I 4I : i ii
of the Estate of
Mr. and Mrs. James Brewster knows how to handle him right half of the Administratrix I ; I
I came back in their :Mary! J. 1.nwe deceasedW. LEAGUE STANDINGSAMERICAN ; T
Stimson III from their honeymoonand Miss Julia was very sure and grad I frame to knock. Joiner from the ,, CURRY \RR1S., : '(4-i '!, :

while they were still happily ually convinced the Judge. Later the box: and u'tbre .: more Tans.'. "Attorney rk- for \dininlsJratrlx apr7-4.: mayl-A I 5. I : iiI I' : Have: ::. . _: .( ; S
two old gossjps talked of Leslie I r : .I. :
engaged in what Is called In New '; % _
The, Brooklyn Dodgers won ._LEAGUE . ", ,
Concord "settling down" Judge! Harris. 'tn't! from the'Phillies, 12 to 5, tafonj} I 1VTHK: COTT JfDGR! Club- -. W. L. PctJ,!I": ; Hr'1{ : i ''i i > : 'ill -1'1 j :
1 IHolcomb dropped In to seq JnU' "Seems to me I don't see Sam : ' i ,-I* AM ron O'\ItOt" (' rOI'R'I'1 : : .. . I i l '
"' Fletcher cluttering her side porch u"digputed'rossessi a' oc'.flrst .FLOUII n PKOII4TK.ITJ Boston _. __ 6 l' 57 1Ir..r' : : %,
up .
Pratt -
t'1l11& I place in ..tbeatio"pal ,League as rft' fatal of Cleveland _ __ 4 1 .800 I I '
said the Judges Jl
hafe} th'e-pr rfviJd'' asmvvbcto: he did .ATCHISOV. : . :
Judge spent they 'opened their! home.season. -POR4 f _. ... ':i.it.- 4 3 .57i ;
Chicago ,
with "No, don't believe he does com. ; ; rh-ceased: Electric Fans $1.85 and -
evening th Rn.ge.rJBenneUq downed the Reds; 4 .500 up ji
to -thinlof'ttRut Bud Howardtlatlmrfep. The Pirates XOTICK TO CREDITORSTo Washington ,_-,--- '.-- 3 3 ,

i land while Bennett there And!had"'overheard some of her fuJcrella .. qt aud.. I like him much better to.. 3. Four hits.- upJed .With two havlne Jail creditors claims or and demands all against person I New York ... L. 3 4 .429 : ,'

than I do that uppety Sam errors by Myers, 'gave the Pirates said Estate: St. Louis ..._ .._..... 2 3 .400

(young: of crowd the Stimson laughing wedding over the the account Fletcher. Leslie never lacks beaux. their ixth-inning lead. The Reds IIOTm ..and and each required'>f you, ti are> present hereby 1 Detroit _..........._........ 2 5 .286 Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers jj

I Daily Glebe. It had been written up I do believe that it there were eighty attempted a comeback in their any claims and oIf'n8n.fll'hkh you, Philadelphia ............-- J 5 .167 ,I'
girls in this town and one man that half of the same inning off Big or either of M'U, may have against i
in the .
society reporter's best and the <.tate of oratchison.. deceased -
most flowery style but what excited Leslie would have him:' Jim Weaver, but failed. late of Monroe Count>, NATIONAL LEAGUE Themos Bottles and Jugs Beverage Sets i

the derision of the young people was You don't suppose she cared The summaries: FloriiU, *t.. the Honorable Hugh Club- W. L. Pet. : \

the line which spoke of the bride- much about James do )'ou00. ?" NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I (iunn. .C Florida"untJud at his e office of Monroet'ounty in the Brooklyn ..-.....-..---... 5 2 .714 i

groom leading the bride to the altar ":\ ." said Miss Julia reluctant. New York R. II. }.. County Courthouse In Monroe Count St. Louis ..._______......-._. 4 2 .667 :

They had Insisted that it should ly Someway she always felt A vague Boston ....... .................-.. 5 9 2 months, .Florida from within the date eight of the calendar first Cincinnati .........____ 4 3 .571 Pilsner and Liquor Glasses Drink Mixers I%

have been reversed to read. "When uncomfortable sense of guilt when I New York .............-_..... the bride led the bridegroom. she thought of Leslie. "She seems Batteries: Betts, R, Smith and demands shall be in writing: and Pittsburgh -----------a.----- 3 4 .429 e.tI

"And they were right commented just as cheerful and happy as ever Hogan. Spohrer; Fitzsimmons! and I've heard her hundred
the Judge jane certainly say a I Stout. Luque and Mancuso Rich- f shall be sworn to b\ the claimant Boston .. ...-...._.._ 2 4 .333 tI- I

did all the chasing. but she landed that times James if I've and heard Jane her were say made it once for ards. All, his such agent claims( or attorney.and demands not Chicago ......_.m ..... __ 24 .333 I :
)James as neat as you please. And filed within the time and In themanner l\\
,now the ." each other." prescribed herein shall be .t-
poor E. I
R. II.
What Miss Julia did not admit was At Brooklyn void. i Household Necessities- !'
I fcout"Do you think It's nice to talk that it had occurred to her frequently Philadelphia ..._-..._....-.... 5 10 3 Dated the 17th day of April. A. PALACEWallace I Many :

J Jwbnip a sweet pretty girl like Jane of late that she did not hear Les Brooklyn ._.......-.......--fc.-.12 13 1 P 1935 TKRESMARTIVEZ.. Ford-Marian" Marsh in and '%
{ same as If she was some I Specialties
of a she-hyena*" interrupted lie's contagious rippling laugh as Batteries: Hansen. Newman, \MLUAM II l.OLU IN SPITE OF DANGER I i
iso As Administrators testamentoannexo
4Miss Julia Indignantly. often as she' had in the past. Pezzule. Jorgens and Wilson; I of the Estate eum of Dora Eddie Cantor in

"I haven't Mid a word against (Copyright. lUSt Itatttl a. Fanham) Leonard Clark, Vance and Lopez.At Atchison deceased KID MILLIONS : i

,Jane except to admire the clever I W Attorney CIRRT for HARRIS Administrators., Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-25e : ,
way she went after James and James tries tomorow to brlnhome St. Louis R. H. E. a.prlT-24; mayl-S I

the bacon Chicago ---_...-...-...--.-...... 573St I .___ __ .- Visit Our Household Department and See The ,Up Te j|%

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.e.es....eses.ee..e...1 I ed and occupied by American Batteries: French, Joiner.i i Date Stock That We Carry :
Kowalk and Hartnett; P. Dean STEAMSHIP Co.
Today troops.
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Meeting Key We.t High School
SOCIETY PLACEBerlin aaaaaaaaa_____________.._....../aaaee..ee.ea.e/ HOLD MEET '1!I I *'T. rhlldroo aa ..c.. of _y." %there
:-: :-: SAWYERS ------------------------ ------ Alumni Association dhMlnus'rAl1.".. li..pif..earritr sue loilsrnl. .ad IT ea.rm.esr..t NtK
Mrs. Lulu Griner returned yesterday Berlin Sawyer returned 'yesterday I I ;.
f SMI NIN. tl MHllB* full d..b
1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.40000Convent from a visit of two weeks I from Miami where he had beenon A meeting of the Key West bs..r b d* .1.1r luau.aoe mrr'm t bottle.... 1'oOI4 ......,......

Sawyer of the Three with relatives in Miami. a business visit of a few days. According to announcementmade High School Alumni Association a.a. C. A Imwhcc' M. J. 1'l il ddplUa
Alumnae Held
i Friend Barber Shop recently returned the monthly meeting of the will; be held Thursday night at 8
Cruz and children,I
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weech left Mrs. Hubert ; BENJAMIN LOPEZ
from Miami where he pur!: by rail yesterday! for :Miami where who went to Miami for a visit I Men's\ Christian Community Club I.o'clock in the High School build- FUNERAL HOME
Reunion Here Monday I returned yesterday will be held in the Trinity Presbyterian i,
chased a new machine for permanent they will spend awhile with rela with relatives, i"g.AH
I I waving. tives. accompanied by Mr. Cruz. schoolroom this evening members are requested to Established' 49 Years
-- I i I Key We.! Oldest
Monday afternoon the Conventof St Cecilia's Hall wa also most,! This new machinery is the latest I from 6 to 7 o'clock. J be present. ''I 24-lioar Ambulance" Sarvico
who Mrs. Walter Kemp, who was on Rev.: Flack of the Zion M. E.; I 1IOLLOM i
Mary\ Immaculate was the I beautifully decorated. The stage:; of its kind and is ordinarily used!! Mrs. Russell Garner was' I R. BERVALDI, I Licenced Embalmer
scene of the festive gathering of' resembling an Easter card with: spending a few dajs with her sister a visit for several weeks with relatives -. church will be the speaker and ;President, K. W. High School Ph... 135 Nikl 0 a
its graduates for the twenty-sixth : cross and hllies. only in high class shops in the I and brother-in-law, Mr. and in different parts of the I!! J Ii.: Gonzalez, secretary of the organization I! Alumni. I ::

annual reunion of the Convent The juniors served a most delicious I larger Mr. cities. also made Mrs. Blondon Goehring and mother state returned )'esterda)'. requests all to attend. MISS ELIZA: GARDNER, i I' -
Alumnae. Easter Monday is the refreshment course. Sawyer arrangements Mrs Lillie Gwynn left yester- t tI I Secretary apr21-lt
day set aside for the Alumnae At a late hour the graduates'bade with Miss\ Camille! day afternoon for the home in Mi Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Lones. of I heads in Jacksonville. Mr.\ Johnsonleft !1

Reunion. their Alma Mater adieu Moomavv. expert pennanentj: ami. I Philadelphia, arrived yesterday over the highway this morn- I' Subscribe to The Citizen.
waver and beautician to take
ing. '
Jtt o'clock the members I forward to next morning from Miami\ and after
3:30 : locking year charge of the I I
it rayed'.in new Spring gowns and'when they will celebrate the golden beauty shoppe. on Joe I Brown, of the United States i visiting for the afternoon with I I
bonnets began to assemble in St.* jubilee of Mrs. Chas. E.| Tuesday April 30. internal revenue department, was i{relatives and friends left in the : M.\ E. Gilfon' acting FERA administrator '. FAST FREIGHT SERVICE ;
Cecilia's Hall where Sister Su-I Geiger nee Messina of Miami. ----- --- an arrival yesterday on a short;[ afternoon. I II left by plane yesterday -I t.
perior John of the Eucharist and; Among those present were: t GROCERY FIRM business vhit with Howard \ViI- afternoon for a business visit i I CROSSED EYES
in Miami and will from thereto
tie) other Sisters welcomed Mary I Mrs. Lopez Johnson Mrs. Step; ton, local deputy collector. I Miss\ Eloise] Bowers, formerly, go iNEW YORK \\vll meaning people often

-Immaculate's daughters. I hen Lowe, Mrs. E. J. Bayly, M os.1+ ADDS NEW LINEHarold I I of this city but now making; hen! Jacksonville. I advice parents of cross: eyed

The meeting was called to order -Harry I B. Peacock. Miami; Miss' Captain Leslie Russell Florida home in Tampa is here visiting: i! Attorney J. Lancelot Lester land BOSTON : children: to "Ix't them alone,

by the president Mrs Lopez:, Mary Brantley, Miss,Janice Loun-' I National Guard was an arrival : her sisters. Mrs. Norman Rubertsl! left afternoon for maybe they will out-grow it,"
Johnson who welcomed the Class ders, Mss Marjorie Gwynn, Miss! yesterday for a short slay with ': and Mrs. Hillary Knowles.B. yesterday a | From Key West alternate Fridaysi I This is an error. \Ve NEVER;
II III business visit in Miami and Jack- .
of '34 into the association and Pauline Phelan. Miss Laurentmaj R I Pinder's Grocery isjaewi his family. I sonville. From New York alternate 'rues- "out-grow" Far-Sight It INCREASES .
the Class of '35 who were guests,| Torano Mrs. Harold Cruz Miss; carrying a complete line of 'I Curry Moreno\ engineer with I i I : ; : with age.
as well as the whole assembly.i 1 Eloise Bowers Tampa; Miss Mary! White Belt Dairy ice cream and Ilollon ttcrvaMi: district deputy' the Florida ERA, left yesterday I II day I Proper glasses will correct
Then followed the singing of .'. VanGrieken Miss\ Solito Cobo'| novelties including popsicles cups gland master of the Masonic I afternoon for Jacksonville, sansi f MONROE THEATERRamon From Boston alternate SaturdaysAU this condition without medicine
"Auld Lang Syne" by the entire, Miss Aarie' Facto Mrs. Eugene I!' and fudgicles.:: bodies, who was attendnig the moned to state headquarters byi; : :M\V OHI.KANS te KEY \\KVT I! or surgery.)

association accompanied on the t Martinez. Miss Anita Gato, Miss)' This line was discontinued during grand lodge convention in Jacksonville I Julius F. Stone, Jr., state admin- Navarro-Evelyn. Laye in 1.!' Alternate \\\\rdnrodaj ArrUe I, Come in today for a complete -
,piano by Mrs. John Roberts. Edna Cato Miss Delores Cremata the past winter but is again returned jettcrday. !i istrator. II THE NIGHT IS YOUNG Key \\..t arrvad day fullunlng.CLYDEMALLORY. examination.
The business session then followed 1 Mrs. Emil Sweeting Miss Ed.; being carried due to the numberof I ---- Lyle Talbot-Mary Astor in
[I Graham. Mrs. Raymond DelgadoJJ requests made for this delicious R. L. Beale general managerof ;I Mr. Avery Johnson, directorof RED HOT TIRES DR. J. A. VALDES

The officers chosen for the en i J Mis Cecilia Ellsworth' !Miss\ Marie: brand of ice cream, I the railroad arrived yesterdayin the social service department Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra 2.iniJ Orthogon Soft-Lite Licensee
(. K. !OIITH.' : Agent.Key
suTng year were: Mrs. LopezJohnson" Oom'ent."chrrs.I; '' 'I Evelio Cabot,j I his private car and returned toM. FERA, left .yesterday afternoon 15-20c; Night 15-25c 1 _. \\".!. 532 Duval_ Street
president; Miss Emma': Mis*'' Elizabeth Acherson, Miss .....ee.eef.ee//ee/.t Augustine In the afternoon. i I| for a consultation with official --

Curry, vice-president Mrs. E. J.' Erfah Albury, Mass 'Josephine!IJ ;'t { .
;i' To'day'sAnniversaries ---- - - ----- -- ..
Bayly, secretary; Mrs. Stephen iis.. 't' I' i iI' : ,( i.

P; Lowe, treasurer; Mrs. Emil Mli;'< Rosalina ''Sawyef. Miss; Ii! I
Sweeting, reporter. Several 'let Ofelia Rios, Mr*!: Frank I.Delaney '

ttfs were read- by the secretary. I 1 Mrs. Fred'Enrio'Mrs.; Roy ,Roberts J /ee.e.ee..e.e.eeLee.eees I

'Then followed the program: A Mrs Chas. E.:: Geiger Miami;' 1761-J-Thomas A. Emmett tie
memorial tribute, "There Is No Mrs Vincent McDermott Miss Irish national leader who
Death:! by Mrs.\ E. J. l Kayly. Zoila Fuentes. Miss\ Isabelle Kelly?! ed to New York and milt..at-I
Piano solo by MISS Rose Appel., Mrs Mary F. Whitmarsh Mrs. noted lawyer there born. Died I
The Alumnae Song, by Mrs Eva John Robert, Miss Wilhelmina'' Nov. 14, 1827.
Warner, Mrs. Joseph Sawyer'Goehnng. Mrs.\ James H. Haidee.j I
M{>, s. V. McDermott and Miss Mrs. Joseph W. Sawyer, MSss t 1815-Anthony Trollope. "Eng

Margarine Lacedonia accompaniedby Louise Curry, Miss Mar arit("' hsh novelist, born. Died Dec. 6,
Mrs. John Roberts on the' Lacedonia, Miss !Mary\ C. Whallon,: 1882. iT .
piano. A reading by Mrs. J. F. Mrs. Eva B. Warner, Mrs C. ".i' i rr.l..

Romaguera. and a group of songs leyer..ashin ton, C. C.; Miss'') 1815-John Jay Almy, the naval r yr
by Mrs. Evar arner. accom- Alice Gwynn Mrs Harry Finlyson. officer whose record of 27 } r4r

panied by Mrs. John Roberts on: Mrs. James Brady. year 10 mohths was the longestsea
:the piano.At 1 Mrs. Harry H. Baker. Miss I service of his day, born at

the conclusion of the program -I AI nita Wilson. Miami; Miss Rosen, Newport R. I. Died May !'>,

a picture contest was held i Appel, Mss Lorraine Lounders! i 1895.)
Win the following receiving! Miss Maryl1allon, Miss Eval; !
prizes: Mrs Fred Enno; first.' Louise Maloney. Miss Dorothy;t ti 1811-John B. lIl'nNhoff,
Mrs.\ Emil Sweeting second prize,i j Frye Miss Carolyn Sands, :Miss' Rhode Islands noted blind shipbuilder -
and Mrs Lopez Johnson received I Yvonne Pinder Miss Yolanda and. racing yacht designer,

the consolations I Mendoza, Mrs. J. F. Romaguera. born at Bristol, R. I I. Died there, ti.\ !rrx' .
The assembly then proceededto Miss Louise Lee, 1Irs.ratf'r) J. July 20, 1U15.!
the senior classroom: transformed Roberts Mrs. Rodman Bethel 1c ,
I Tr
into a banquet hall by the Mfrs. Maxwell Russell Mrs. Francis Garden Club To
juniors! under the direction of Johnson Miss Rita Pinder I ; ais4
Sister Louise and Sister Cath Sister Celeste Teresa! :Miss Florence Conduct Meeting

erine. The flowers used! were I E.. Sawyer, Miss Celia Fernandez ,
from the garden uf Mrs. P. D. Miss Rose Mary Albury Announcement has been madeof :
Hrlloway. and Mrs. E.; J. Bayly.I and others. I z special meeting of the Key $:;{'k:\:>v c.\Sv4'k: }': '
... ,
II j West Gaiden Club to be held tomorrow :t'ti'i Yx:s:xEt.. yn'4:4:,};:;::....,.r v:.: :::....................
-- - - -- -- -- -- -- ----- --- afternoon, beginning; at .,;...... :x,;, .. 4H'"a 'UOtOF4watiiritivir: nq nWK'htlOU'kJ'aCSvr
\ 4:15 o'clock in the rooms of the
Many Special Selections Will
I Key West Woman's Club on Division ...... x vS. r s .......... .... ... ....svva}:}:S w::;:::.:.... v::: : ... to
sticet.J. a......,.%,. n. .t4iY}:::... .. ...:.:.x.r.:. l 't a.S R. :.a
Be Heard During Melody Hour ..y.Y..i > 4v
Gerry Curtis assistant; FERA I a{J
------ -- I administrator! in Key West, has a
The Key West Chamber Musicians \ : i school; ; Miss Alice Jenks, Margaret special announcement to make at I S.. a.
:S} :;:%i
will present the second Zmaida von Mietk-Liuba Mrs. this: time, it is stated, and all I }';';:i.4.4: .Y4.%?:

Mary\ Elizabeth: Sawyer, also a members are requested to be in I ..r:}.. }.v, vY... .
Melody Hour on Thursday nightin
i graduate of the Convent music attendance. ,
the Colonial Hotel. I I
I, school and organist of the First
"A Melody in A", the provisional Methodist\ : Episcopal: Church. The GIRLS! DON'T BE SKINNY!

theme song, will, open an director of the chamber musicians I II
evening that will consist chieflyof Commodore von Mietk-'

piano presentations. This is, Liuba, H. D. W., who studied .
in l'cloJlonse| to a number of requests music in Germany and Italy, will
that certain pianists be also contribute to the piogranuThe .
heard on this J1..ogram. It is the, selections will include the THEN MY FIGURE BIGAN TO FIll OUT n

policy of the chamber music director -I famous overture to "Poet mid AND I GOT MORE CURVES TO MY BODYI

to comply with requests: Peasant" by 'Suppe, "Bereeuse" I HAVE NO TROU81EGETTINGBOY .n .;a r .y ..:: .:......r.... r.. .. i. .... .. r ...,....r. ..... .:.x .. '\ Ya'

TOT Certain performers r< m-' by Godard.l "Mennvt in G"1 liy FRIENOS FOR DANCES AIJO PARTIES NOWGETVJttATYOUBDPUGGIST: .. 4.?.,w ... n:. .n..r......,.:..:..r..r..y.. .... .... ..C..7..n..n.:.:...C....,rs.. ...,.,,.Y.. 4...$y r..a. . ....:. ,.SZ. .\ \ \'C,.: ly4.:;. ,+ ,w/ /. ., }. :x.y. ::r :}

porftfon 1;. : whenever it i is possible" Beethoven "Scarf Dan Je" 'byCliaminailf. ,, a 1 .x. ..s.,.,.r... r. ?$,..4.. .... ..r.x......r.rfi.p.Y..n...,..:.... .. .....................rr.. ..k..:{s.r.s..l:......r.....,....r..:.....,:... :4,:{ '..y...:...y r... ,>.C .r. {..a.:.: ,...:$.:...$.{ n,'s r'i "} ..k,.,.Rx.,...Y4.,..,\.,,,, "'. ry' rSr.''r ...
to do so. ", 'Tann'ta' ust".." by IT TASTES GOOD. a .::t,Y+,.$.a$. '': x ,i /fy 4} a i: ..k::.x:n..r kn.4..h sL r n.rink'y. .:y.:%r.+.t..;.' .d..},k.inf
On this program; trill be: MMBenlah Wagner. "Ave Maria" by Schu- i :..j. ,
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music from the Convent of :Very' promptly at'R p. m. ''Tht'l , l Today at

Immaculate;; Miss Alee Curry,i I loors will remain closed a -
another graduate from the same number is in progress. I II j ( {j:. Oriental Pharmacy

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To Give Party At \I School Unit To i i WE WISH TOANNOUNCE every

Church Grounds i I Conduct Meeting 1 I -

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Pupils of the Kindergarten Department I A meeting of the Key W(.'! of St. Paul's Parish, the hearts of Florida's car owners case. This unique % gallon cooling system ,
School Alumni Associationwill complete line of
are reminded that the party will and lowers oil IN 1935
; I because it was an economical, dependable reduces cylinder wear greatly
be held at the high school
be held tomorrow afternoon at 5 WHITE BELT DAIRY .
o'clock on the parish grounds.. i building tomorrow evening, according car over any type of road, so the modern temperature in the crankcase. This means INSIST ON THESE FEATURESI :
All of the Kindergarten! pupils' to an announcement made ICE CREAM AND I
Ford V-8 is winning car owners today in greater oil economy and is seconded by directed
are invited to attend this Easter, today by President Hollon R. I 85 Horsepower Yea Mater
festival Bervaldi. NOVELTIESIncluding Florida because it meets their every need. airflow, crankcase ventilation which ctj-CUss All Around No Extra Cost

Moonlight Dance would The like president to have stated as many that members he- CUPS POPSICLES It is not surprising that this newest Ford reduces corrosion, lessens oil dilution and Modem M-Steel StreanfiMd Body BeMty

as l possible attend. this meeting and FUDGICLES V..8 with its fine car performance, big car cuts sludge formation to a minimum. Built-ta!Utm CoMrtMeatFeader
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Tonight as plans for the coming to Match at No Extra Cast
Alumni banquet will be made.A I I HAROLD R. PINDER'S roominess; with safety-glas all around, all. See for yourself the comfort and roominess Cearfort Zoaa tidmt-123'Body Sprmtbasa y 1

A Big Free Moonlight Dance GROCERY steel body, comfort zone riding and stream.. in this new car- its almost effortless lie .OOilC Tires at Mo Extra Cast I
will be given tonight by the management total of 14,865 truckloads of 1
welded o. -Piero Steel
of the lIabana- ladrit! at citrus fruits was shipped to 28 923 Fleming St. Phone 478 lined beauty should cost even less to own handling which brings you to the end of aday's Big Car Roo.lrless-wide Spoke Comfortable.Wheel Seats '

the clubhouse, corner Front and states from the Lower Rio Grande I and refreshed. Get the thrill ot Modem .Interior
Duval street this i Free Delivery operate than its famous predecessor often journey Detifa Beauty
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This affair ts being given for -- -- --- - -- -- ---- years ago. Ford has always aimed to give that 8 cylinder feeling at first hand. You'll bifme and Otter wits Exchange: Plan. ;
the members and their invited
guests. ( car users the biggest value possible. agree the new Ford V-8 is the biggest dollar Boaderized Fenders -

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Ford is the only car in America which value ever offered by the Ford Motor Free Aetioa for W F our Wheels
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