The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00491
 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 26, 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: UF00048666:00491
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire 1 Che i W" ( I Key West, Florida, has the

For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the'. {'"p est Cttijen t most range country equable of; only with 14 weather"an FahrenheitVOLUME average in the




Secretary Ickes To Help In I I I r CLIENTS MAY BROADCASTING,PROGRAM TO BE PUT Only II Smattering Of Support Given


Vast Relief Fund Expenditures I I I II
RELIEF GIVEN ,! Activities Of Leftists In House
- Victor T. Powe district manager -: so' that each can talk and hear the
I J i I of the American Telephone])'! others. The voices of all will be

Veteran '"Oppositionist"To PRESENT MEASURE I and Telegraph company, of Miami\ [ audible to the radio audience. I II i --- - - -- - - ---'. _

I ANNOUNCEMENT BY ADMINISTRATION will arrive in Key West tomorrowand I I| Edwin; C. Hill! noted news commentator i e..e.eeeeee..as..aa..a.a.aa.aaaaa.ae..e.ae.a

take part in one of the greatest -J| and Channing Pollock, I I: Exact Significance 'Deal.
Play Great Part In ON ARMORY LAND SHOWS MANY programs of broadcasting that eminent author and playwright BEHIND THEIINFIS I Thc 'Insidc'i Of The News i

I! J DESIRE TO PUT IN TIME AS has: ever been aranged on Sunday, (I! who will be among several prominent By OSCAR M. JOIINSON I ing With Matter Cause
Passing Out FiveBillionAppropriated -- I Apil 28. I| persons participating in the eeeeeeeeeee.C.e.aaaa.aaaaaaa..e.aa.a..a______ _ _

1 I DEALS WITH STRIP ADJOIN- SELF-SUPPORTING All of the portable apparatus :: program, will tell the story of the TALLAHASSEE. April 26.- submitted, there is :chance that For Wide Speculation

(I' .1' for the Key West end has been i s, telephone in two groups of inter. On the eve of the fourth week of I ruch a tax will be proposed. .And I

I ING DION PROPERTYIN .1'I' received and set up and all is in esting dramatizations. One group the session, the possibility of a even if a sales tax should be fin- In CapitalBy
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, KEY WESTTALLAHASSEE. Relief clients will be given an readiness for the event which is in will portray several historic eventsin general sales tax seemed increasingly | ally decided upon there are doubts

By WILLIAM S. WHITE I IC I opportunity to work out in work- celebration of the 50th anniver- the development of telephone less probable. .There were > that the income tax uiil; be sub-

ll fA...rlalrd 1 relief the help they are receivingnow sary of the company.A ) service including the first telephone signs that the governor's third alternate -' milled. .Lf' islation aimed at the"billboardevil"

WASHINGTON. April 26.- Illy A.= ..r.... "I on direct relief, beginning I unique program will be presented conversation ever ht'It-) program for school finances I i u not faring so to lor.. ml ltnrv.il.BYRON The PRICE A..eratrJ

The square-faced of I i about May 1, It was announcedby : from 5 to 6 o'clock, central I the one between Alexander would be accepted by school well. .Billboarders pulled with 1'rrrr 11'askis t..l
man many April 26. the Key West: Administrationthis ; time; 6 to 7 o'clock, eastern time, Graham Bell and; his assistant i > I'1, leaders as the most logical and good effect the old sermon text From the political viewpoint

title. Harold L. Ickes signed to Senators MacWilliams and morning. The new policy is: I in the evening. The full hour Thomas A. Watson-and other most reasonable: of the three considered "This is no time to rock the economic

still more work: in helping to run Gomez tcday introduced a going into effect at the requestof presentation will be heard by rignificant episodes in the subsequent . .While it is a fact that' boat". Mush\ legislation no recent event at Washington

bill authorizing the armory a number of clients who wantto 1 many listeners throughout the development of telephone:' counties having 44 representativesin designed to curb the income of i developed more interesting angle
the $5.000,000,000 work-relief be self-supporting and prefer. country over the world's largest: rervice. The other group: of the house would profit by a diversion through legal advertising
board to sell a drip of land newspapers than home contSdcratioa
machinery will break: a lance site to work out their relief received, I network the nationwide chain of dramatizations will (demonstrate of the three cents of the I has been proposed but, like
five feet wide from the
1 rather than accept it without reimbursing 93 station of the WABC-Colum- the vital part that the<< telephone gas tax now going to bond! retirement the legislation/ aimed at billboard!.! passage of the social security

with any man, anytime and any. of the armory in Key West-to!! +"I the government in some I bia network 1 plays in modern life in Bud activities as recpiymended by the govtrnor .!t theater admissions soft-drink ,aod bill.

where. Fred J. Dion i whose ,house way. The social service department The anniversary broadcast will as the tracking down of originally, there appeared,I cigar ,and] cigarette taxes, i it,, may, "

encroaches at lite'property.lADVENTURHRSi stresses: the fact that this be of particular interest to the criminals, the dissemination of little enthusiasm for this ,easiestof not faresowell. 4 .Earlier predictions The: most, obvious tnirf was

The great oppositionist of the I I does not, mean there is more 2 0OOO, employes of the Bell System news and, the summoning of helpin all methods to give the schools,' to- the contrary < it now that for the, first time this
Pall he it as well the great antithesis ' money available for relief.- besides all users of telephone I cafes of emergency. ''what their leaders imist is needed. 'Uecms. that ther,4wiU Yesterday ,and Wednesday a service. At the close: of' the program(, By the same token, 16 senatorial'I a re-dutrictinerbfi J the' Judicial thejbif/ democratic majeritmarched. /

to the backslapp in politic ;. number >of 'relief ,clients were pinter'siewed > Ted Musing,, ace.radio reporterof Walter S. Gifford; president of the districts would get more through:I Circuits to conform with,the con, ferward with firm

*. Ilea been fighting all his I LEAVE\TODAY by the case supervisor news and special events will American Telephone and Telegraph applying the three cents of' .the:I ttitutional mandate of the people precision

I i dative to the proposed new policy announce and serve as master-of-: Company will be interviewed gas tax for bond to school financing last November 6 to reduce the providing overwhelming

life usually in causes so hopeless I I. and all gave their approved to the ceremonies for the program, which : by' Edwin C. Hill. Mr. Gifford . .Some three or four senatorial -I( circuits from 28 to 15. While f margins of safety for what Mr.

they seemed almost Quixotic and plan whereby they can work out will open with four successive long : will discuss questions of policy districts would lose but lit I circuits may be reduced, prospect
i i THREE LEAVE ON CRAFT FOR; offi- 'and tell how telephone service has )'I Roosevelt had asked.
all direct relief they arc receiving distance calls to telephone tle. .Some fix or eight counties, is that the tax-payers will l UP re-
it has become pleasant h.bit.1 1_ now. cials at the four corners of the been coordinated to serve the nation would lose only a small amount. !I I
PROPOSED TRIP AROUND lieved of the burden they supposed The exact significance! of this!
something like his great hobby I Under the new system at the United States--San Diego Cal.! ; with the utmost efficiency I would result, because\ there will is
WORLD end of each calendar month, the Eastport. Maine; Bellinghani. and economy. i In spite of this fact however'be no more than five less judges disputed for many factors were

which-of al< things-is growing total relief received by each client I'I' Washington,; and Key West, Flor Andre Kostelanetz, one of the there is! nil determined demand in . Best guess h that we will have involved in the administration vic

dahlias I \\ill I.e computed, and then the ida. Another interesting feature foremost! musical directors in radio either branch of the legislature at'''115 circuits and 34 judges if re- tory. Hut it at least raised a

Three adventurers left from) value of work done by the client will be a dramatization of the will present his: famous orchestra the moment for taking; $6,500.000 ,i slitting comes to pass, as ChilirI question whether the President
Ickes is known as an Ii I during that month will be com- telephone conference service, with of 50 pieces, augmented a year from bond holders and giving man Lewis, of the re-districting
not the
gued liberal. At 61 he acidotou-I the I'orter Dock 11 o'clock this! puted. and subtracted from the Ted fusing and prominent personalities by a chorus, to provide the musical it to schools each year I I I[r committee of the senate assures was regaining leadership

a campaigner for three I total relief received. The client in widely separated parts of background for what promises to -- I(|I. .The House Utilities Committee which had been so much discounted

and a "regular" in none, and morning, beginning a cruise which \\ill then be called upon to worka the country hooked up for a long be one ''of the > outstanding ; School leaders prefer not to be ,; declined} to permit exemption of of late, and night not Lc expecled .

once it was uncharitably saiJ that i; will take them to many parts of;: number of days equal in valueto I distance round-robin conversation. radio programs. made the "goats" in the imposition 'City owned light and power plants I hereafter to exercise a

the relief he or she has _____ u"" ,____, of a sales tax. .There is no ', from of the direct control his
payment state utility more over party
disagreeable f '
he had rather be ] the civilized and uncivilized world!; ed above the work already reCf'iv.1 1--- I i chance for any sales tax legislation in
than pleasant even if it made no i idfl"ence commodities will 1I unless it is predicated .
Surplus on i
covering a period of travel of MALLORY WILL I IARRIVETONIGHTI SIX ARRAIGNEDIN Ofcourse .*Uy time can provide
anyhow. But despite I considered in figuring the relief I rchool need. .Without its being; 1 t'front.1:: the answer. Many important
this, his: uncompromising worshipat :: ;, from four to five years. I received. tied to schools it Tould avoid it, The legislature:: will 1 be administration tests still are to
the one great shrine of his'lifehonestyhas I Because of the system of com- COURT HERE and fincc the sentiment in both ed with a piece of major leghla- Until the moment arrives

; brought 1',1b-1 The trio is composed of noel t putation being used, the clients house and! senate favorable to an tion not contemplated in the orig.I come.for action on such measures as

he bouquets from men who agreei i E. Kauffman, 29, of Des Moines\ will be called upon in the month out-and-out rales tax under any final program. .It will'Important develop l the banking. NRA. and utilities
with him on little else in all the! following the period they receive FROM conditions represents only fraction into one of the most
IN DEFENDANTS ARE bills it will be
Iowa master and navigator; Gerry THREE BOOK PASSAGE I' probably impossible
world. This quality, and)his: great! relief, to work out the surplus they of the membership it is ob- and most far chinxjBreffect; : t --tell"whethertheaeeial-e-
loyalty is regarded by""many"'as bteffordalso\ "of Des Moines. have received. KEY WEST FOR TRIP GOING 'C SITUATED 'A"-NO \ vious that the governor's third alternative -'I.' Though not"so named it in curity victory really was tiigniri-> : -

his chief attribute for his new! photographer and writer, and Relief clients will be assignedfor 1 plan will win support of fact seeks the creation of a Florida -f cant only flash in the
NAME KEY or a }pan.
NORTH NRA. .It is Washington inrpired
job. t Morrow J. Allen 26, of In-! additional work to projects to I rchool leaders even if it does provide House Radicalism Mild
'Plainest Cabinet Member I t which they are best suited to work for a million dollars less revenue a representative being onj I
dianapolis, Indiana, paleontologist( it was said. If a client is found to I than would be gotten froma > the ground to advise with the gov.ernor Equally interesting and alive
By odds the plainest man in the: and biologist. j Lc physically unable to- work aft-I Three psssengers have booked Six men from the camp at No sales tax, or from a diversion senate and house members. with possibilities is the fact thaton

(cabinet he works in his society shirt'sleeves The vessel in which they are i er a medical examination he or ': Name 'Key were arraigned this of the bond! holders gratuity. 1 1i:I this issue the extreme radi
cares nothing for I reservations on the Steamship i
cals routed '
i completely.
and, bandies: about the sharpest\ making the voyage is the Ketch I i lie will be dropped from the list I morning in the court of Justiceof 1 Titile "A bill to he entitled an
phrases of any man in Washington Hurricane in which they arrived! aligned i:. to various projects.The Henry R. Mallory\ which i is due to The Peace Rogelio Gomez on' In fact, Henry )Filer) president act declaring the policy of the I For a long time, democratic'from'
of about week! new policy is similar to one charges of having stolen and told cC the Florida Education; Association late of Florida leaders had been suffering
official life. His sense in these waters one I ; providing for
I in other districts sail this evening from Key West. t I and head the school an obvious case of jitters arising
followed of
humor, a matter of open pride ago since which time they !ravelbeen being many | a number of blankets and some lobby, adoption of state codes of ftirj} the
with him, is t-tl irrepressible that making the last minute preparations | of the state, and makes it ,' The ship is: scheduled to dock this ,I wearing apparel including pants has indicated, it is reliably stated.'*competition; an approval of national ; principally for from the Townsend wideI'p.eadagitation plan.

he dares to joke .publicly .not only for the trip. possible" for every relief client to :i Viand'i I shoes. : that he would support third alternative codes of fair competition; is
Just what
: I feel) that he or she i is receiv'ng' ;i I evening 7 o'clock from Galvcs-: plan substantially as follows happened not yet
with himself but jsometiines with'his The Hurricane was built to 1< I I 1 i i Witnesses were the persons; who and the filing thereof; designing! neatly apparent, but there is food
chief President Roosevelt. I 1 specifications furnished by then nothing without giving something .i ton with about 50 passengers ,1t purchased allegedly stolen articles, : Take one cent of the ga additional duties to the governor! for 'in the fact that the
I II t I thought
relief clients here '
tax from road and bondsfor
For example, on one occasion he!1 travelers, at I'a"l'agoulaIi! :,!'.,' in return. Many pr\'a-1 1 I but they were unable to recog- "Uorney- eneral and certain Townsendera less
Those who have made polled something
said grinningly of Mr.\ Roosevelt:: and is complete in every ell.tail.1) have requested that they he givenan :I I I rc nize any of the accused, and at a two-year period; the one cent court of the state; suspending than half the votes they had been

"The President pulled a fast: Most of the traveling will be un-j opportunity to work out their ,,,110ns' from Key West are: Dr. F. the hearing it was decided by the of the gas tax now going to the temporarily the An ti-Trurt laws of total
&6 out
claiming-just a
one and the (reporters) all fell;I i der sail, but in case of emer-l; direct relief the administration M. :Masten, retired physician of judge it was impossible to fix the general fund, the anticipated $4-lof, the state! providing for action house membership of 435.

for it. He was! trying to alibi for,, gencies there is a small gas engine -' announcement said. work. :I New York, who has been coming'j i ito blame. 000.000 from the sale of automo- of employes for non-payment of IuaJ.t'es I Does this mean that the wave
of mill of the
The assignment At the conclusion the bile licenses the one This .
time of (Note to
another for hearing
himself. And at ready use. j : : proviso cover -
Key West for number of of radicalism which recent tar
administration a '0 y
of the real
division constitutional
l loe poke' this way to a group of i A' complete outline of the trip, operations ,, the accused men were remandedto levy on any difference in wages called ,
1 1 will work these clientson years to spend( his winters; Ham- estate estimated! to bring $300- engulfed lArge a percentage of
business: mm: "I don't IIl'Iil'in' and itinerary was published in1' the county jail while Judge for in any code prescribed and the public receding? And i if it
universal college i-ducation. You The Citizen of Wednesday. j i various projects, after their ilton Knowles former Key West Gomez takes the matter under advisement 000 the probable! $200,000 inter- that actually paid the employe by does that what the inferences
mean are
wouldn't want to make everyliody -! regular rails have been used up, ('r, who u 'now an attache of the j i and makes further 'in-' eC1n the $4,000.0,00r principalof i' t{the employer), Jjltilizatian i *f na- with Senator

l'h.ll''v'n to satisfy thedemands ; HOLD-EXAM. i iI du! n'i"the month\ ., j. ,J l New York Aquarium and has been vestigations. ,e' I' the school fund iq; vested' lnfliotiisl tonal! stalp WA jcy J ',fjfei- 'I Lode, :.Father respect Coughlin.to Upton

made on oifP., college! i TO -j" An examptft.. !.} ) .was a cited using,':,in his home city making a special 1 1I .........-- : many of t'hichary'hn" default I I provisions 'Ps Iw observed rln letlitrrrj Sinclair.'and the other left-wing, !
faculties by the drain tr t." I arln'e'tts wthree ho now ;are being called collection of<( '
( I | MIss' SAWYER' : leaders Again the circumstances
1 t Limes' Curing l : : the month"I 1'dividual' HMlUJ''[ "j 1'J i revenue-to the school fund, ,dog lflf.t.ikUJ. itJ MlAlatlonlof (
Would Change Party Line. FORCADETSHIPii pose the question! but 'leave 'the
wil..l. I gIven their regular about
They to
> produce $5 O.OOOi' "
Cheerfully he expounds whatto 'calls and'1 if t e their relief granted'I 1L iA.,.0 u-enH elU!f\jeJl I., c known. I I'aitlsiJ'fNJKf'liJis I ,(( this act. ahswer to ,the future.c .
'I } beta A pending LE DS ONt u i ; II' .
MIme administration associatesis during/ the previous. month justifies : \ \ 1 stl Thi set upprovides;, imt'.Antiflian !(1A JUTTVT i "" HAH ; Thd hard fact is that a house
the ultimate herrsy-that he'd ADVISES bOlA e't/ntetio the city and is returning -!! ? t't After widely; advertised as containingmore
I SENATOR FLETCHER $ an additional call for one or r less than the $10,500,000: ; R: weeks of compromise inpreparaH6'nn6'f
like to see a liberal-conservative': . > / more'days; they will be given"'this I, to his home. 1 1j''1 I school l leaders were demanding at \ ; a bill that would "wild men" than any otherin

)party diviMoii rather than the:! THE CITIZEN OF PROPOSED i extra 'assignment during the period Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Blum, who PUT ON BY YOUNG PEOPLE r the outset of the 'session. I i best enable a meeting of conflicting history, heralded from the cio-

historic democratic-republican divisor EXAMINATION !! of the fourth week or any are spending sevral months in Key j!: minds on the subject of liquor ment of its election as likely to

n. Republicans: \ and demo- I time after finishing their third \\'c't.! booked passage but yesterday -|0 CHURCH UNION i It h realized by school people licensing and rate a measure rhove the pendulum far over1 to

"i at.-, look alike to him and he detests -! rail. j decided they would remain for: HERE i and others opposed to a sales tax I which its framers would do just j the left, has given only a smaller,

(he giving; of patronage. favors -' Relief clients{ will be called for at least two weeks longer and cancelled I under any circumstances--!school that has reached the legislative ing of minority support to" the
i In letter to The Citizen United
from time to time so statingin a Senator Duncan U. the extra assignments only when their reservations today Miss Loi: Sawyer is still leading needs or otherwise-that if a sales hoppers. .But no one believes that leftist movement which rniny politicians .

no uncertain terms. He gets a Fletcher States advises of strictly! their relief received is in excess of in the contest for May\ Queen tax should be finally resolved upon -:I i it will get bv without a real fight. I had thought most dan
a curious pride from his "choice, examination to be held the value of one day's work, or SIR. CUBA HAS her nearest contender being Miss 1 a7 being the one final means 1'I' that many amendments and chang gerous. -

collect ion of enemies" and he next June for appointment as $2.40. it was explained. Edna May\ Thompson however,! of getting adequate school finance -1:I es will be proposed if not adopt- The Republican Angle

l love, the underdog. I cadet to theast| Guard I only a few votes in the rear. ?, the act will become a very I led.I .Under its provisions we Finally there is the republican

In appearance he is square, I Academy, New London, Con- MRS.OEREZDIES 65 PASSENGERSSteamship There are those who say that real issue in the next year's gubernatorial would have retail package outlets angle; and behind that lies an interesting -

rugged and firm of jaw. The necticut.A though Miss Roberta Matcovitch.! campaign. I I plus sale by: the drink in hotels, story of inside political l
light; of )battle: 1 in his grayish eyes f - the third candidate is: almost 500) 1 I restaurants, rocial clubs dining : maneuvering.

rai.-l 1> i is absent. With
cigarettes furiously but, from those qualified as the I! afternoon from Havana: thf'ir'otes and will not ertrr of an income tax are gaining little I I! be permitted except when seated knew of the wide human appeal of
atone< lot-get: them often as he among : and them in the count until the ground. .Unless a sales tax is I! at tables. I
: result of this examination and Antonia Perez de Gifzman.with 49 first class passengers I day on I unemployment 011'| age pen.zjon'legislation. -
<|oe. his lunch. He has had as night 11 o'clockat two second class for Key West; which the contest closes. .. They )knew how
:[ that graduates of the academy age 62, died last! I -- --- -r-"' -" ._ I
man a.s eight: jobs in the administration will be afforded a wonderful! opportuuity her home 1309 Newton street.; 14 first class no seconds for This will be on Monday\ May : nkariy" republicans, on occasion:}
the big three being!| of Delving their coun- Th.funeral will be held! this afternoon I I Tampa. I 129, when all of the votes must be l'RARE TREE NOW I i when individual, states were considering
errHary of the interior oil administrator I 1 in and the winner announced the 1"111111114.SINGING
i try. 'I :5 o'clock from the lesi- The vessel !sailed at C:30: o'clock such legislation, had com-
and public works direr.r -I|I This examination i is opem' to dence to Ley Memorial Church' for Tampa with 19 passengers and following day. and the ceremony I BLOOMA : 'mitted themselves: to its support.

'' young men of the prescribed with services to be conducted by I; freight of crowning: the queen to take IN FULL I LISTS OF 'VERE1NS' '.They tnew, also that, many employers $

His sardonic jests are many!i ages, 17 tn 22vh
and famous as for instance when I 1 necessary moral and physical Home is in charge of arrange the CIyde-Millory\(, Lines, i is dire toI The contest is being conducted /Rr Aaaerlated I'reae) party 'wbiilfl.. oppose it, ant{ t
in a tone of mock sweetness he by the Island City Young Peoples' call the President's ,
i f qualifications.: The highest averages ments. I I arrive in port this evening from tabebuia. only tree of its BERLIN April 26. C.r- prcgram so t
announced : "I understand the Union., The count of votes held 1 1I cialistic.So .
chief attained are the sureties forappointments Survivors are seven daughters, Galveston with passengers'and I'I kind in Key West" is in full bloom maajr U till In* elastic c-
charge: against me is impoliteness I' yesterday afternoon shows; Miss they took off the )lid and
Herttell Mrs. A. A. freight, and will take freight and. 1 .
(( R, II.
I i rs. Miss for "rerenU" de.pit. re-
the Mollie
of try
at plantation
I if that is the most :: Lois Sawyer. 1.289; Miss Edna I I threw the whole .
New subject
I The course of training, which Davis Mrs. Jas. Curry Key West; passengers at Key West for the *. opt"n.to
pealed trimmings MCI
serious, may Cod: bless them. I Mae Thompson 1,272; Miss Roberta )[. Parker on South street. debate. It is not beyond be1i !
o! covers a period of four years, is Mrs. 1G; Mendoza, Mrs.V. York I I That th. sometime drastic
WHEN military and technical and fits Wright :Miami; Mrs. S. D. Johnson Steamship! Yoro. of the Stand- Matcovitch, 791. I The tree carries groups of small earN did net affect .d f-IoT- that they hoped the republican

YOU'RE HOT the cadet for his duties as an of-' Fort Pierce; Mrs. C. E. Neff I ard Fruit and Steamship Com-," purple flowers which are con'I ing German became apparent leadership would take a definite ;
AND THIRSTY is scheduled to arrive to- stand in opposition, and fill the 1-f
ficer. : Philadelphia.There pany FOR RENT 'sidered extremely pretty. The: from tatutic_ which 'r-
Drop) in at our Soda Fountainand For all information concerningthe are also three brothers j I morrow morning 6 o'clock according blooms are at their best early in val that tW are .:&3,34 pages of the congressional record'
enjoy a delicious drink. qualifications and permissionto Felipe Sanchez, Manuel Camus to a wireless message! received Furnished Bungalow 11 inglmg societies: i i. Grmanfwith with speeches which later could be
Sundae or Ice Cream.Gardner's take the examination the candidates -: and C. A. Camus; three sisters,; l by the Porter Dock Modern Conveniences the morning. 'and can be seen by 873,091 'actir., .... used in an'effort to show thatthe

i should write to the Commandant -: Mr*. Raymond Sylva. Mrs. A. C.! pany tais afternoon. The com-1 I 634 William Street passing down South street. The Mew republican party U the party of

I PharmacyPhone i United States CoastGuard Cabrera. Mrs. Harvey Brost, and I i' will take on bankers and Apply Valdea Bakery tree is between the, nursery and big business, and against "tyre5 .
177 Free Delivery 1 Washnigton D. C. t 115 grandchildren. I'I Frontera, Mexico. _J(I the Parker house, in the yard. ) 'il'i masses."


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bt ltt>> 1 KEY WEST IN Today's *' parks the country over, .
I Hartford, Conn. Died at \Va\crly, !
VuWl.laed'Dauy.hse.pt Suad& D7 the slave trade is still carriedon Mass.[ Aug. 28, 1903.
TUB CITlUUi,PVBUiaillO CO. INC. DAYSGONE BY Anniversaries I Important
.. P. ARTMAN. .........t. in no less than 15 different countries, .1.1I ---
From The Cltlsen Building Happening Here Just 10 YeariAgo L..e..e.e..eaao.... i 1828-Martha Fmley author of!
Corner Orctn and Ana streets several of which are members of the Today A* Taken From I I 1785-(150( years ago) John J. the popular "Elsie Books" born'I Announcementconcerning

League of Nations, is the declaration of The File Of The Citizen i Audubon, famous American ornithologist -!'I at Chilhcothe. Ohio. Died at Elk. I
t ai, Daily Newspaper In Key W..t and Monroe and artist whose colossal | ton, Md., Jan. 30, 1909.
County. Ignatius I'hayre in the April issue of I "Birds of America" is the!I I I,
W. B. Culbreath, building I' the redemption of First and
.nter.4 at Key Weat. Florida, a* second claaa matter current History. superintendent for the General greatest work of its kind, born ml I i 1834-Charles Farrar Browne!' Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been
Firrr-sixTH TEAR Santa Domingo. Died at Audubon! ("\rtemas Ward"), among thecountry's :
He cites China, Liberia and Abyssinia Construction company of made
Atlanta'i! Park, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1851. great humorist. of whomi by the Treasury Department this
lIIe..n .t tke Ass.. Mt.4 Press. arrived in Key West (
particularly as hlave-trading countries. In -- I i it can indeed l tlf' aid that he made week.
entlU.4; to u.s of
.1 i Aleoclate4 Pre. I. eadu.l"el to supervise the construction i .
:.1' republication 01 all news 411p&tehe.cre4Ue4 t. held in La Concha hotel. He will later' 1798-James P. Beckw ourth, the world birder for having lid.i[ :'f.:r ; '. ,
It or sot otherwise eJredlte4 In this paper and al. China many millions are slavery, Western Government dis- in it, born at Waterfonl. Manic 'H1 ;., 1 i- 2
Ibis local newa publlaht'd LeI''' be joined by II. C. Gaffney, : .
even in the. more advanced provinces, andit superintendent of the company patch-bearer, hunter and Indian ,. Died in England:: :March: C, 1867. We would be pleased: to haveyouu \,' '

EDITORIAL) is hard to imagine conditions in the remote when work on the structure will I I fighter. Lorn in Virginia Died consult us '

JtNATIONAL OCIATIONg.J5 start and there will be no let up near Denver< about 18C7.! KEY WESTCOLONIAL 4 ." # . 'i,_ t" f
r / regions beyond control of the Nank- in activities until the hotel is I : "

'scaxtatw rtoar lUTE.un.Y.ar' ing government. Only recently an inter- finished. I 1817-Charles W. CoulJotk. HOTEL
"'r'" 1100RlrWenth. noted American actor of his day THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
-'--, ". 1.01 national commission charged that in born! in England. Died in New ': In the Center of the Business
1.1. More than 100 men are now I
un.Three: .Maath Montbs ...11INeekly Liberia a large slave trace was carried on at work at the pineapple lack i York City N'ov. 27, 1898.! : and Theater District II KEY WEST
!1 I
under the sanction of the government, I where fruit is nightly unloaded First Cl -Fireproof-
AUVEBTISIHa BATES I from loaded I 1820-Alice Cary, poet and author -
freight cars, in refrigerator -
Made known on application. which profits from the traffic. It is estimated cars and shipped "a beautiful character," Sensible Rates Member of the Federal Reserve

Sl'KClAL. NOTICBAD that at least two million are heldin there I born near Cincinnati. Died in''
"reading notice, cards otthanksrresolulloas.of north. The last few days COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i
:...pH't..bltuary notice, etc, will b. charged for ate slavery in Abyssinia. has been a great increase in the New YorK City, Feb. 12. 1871. i, ,
::1. rate of :o cents a line. iI
churcnea of shipments and the arrivals -- I Elevator ,, ,
Notic a for entertainments by from whichrvrnu Such conditions seem quite abhorrentto size Garage -- ---' '-- - -- - -- --
I la to be derived are S cent a line. of cars number from 35 1822-Frederick Law Olmstead.1:' Prices I
ri,TIitt'Cftlacn,ft- public Uiaee 1. an open and eubjeeta forum and of local Invite or general dlicui- civilized people'today, but when it is to 40 daily William Monsalvatge,) famed )landscape: architect, design Popular I'I ;;URSCRIBE: FOR THE CITIZEN-2flc WEEKLY

littlest -but,It-will not publish anonymous communt- remembered that it is only a little more local representative of the West , ,
mains -- -- ---- -- -- --- -- -- -- - -
than 70 years since slavery was a recog- Indies Hut company, l'stimatesl)
1 there will be more than 700,000''
,'What manner of men are Louisianians nized institution in the United States, it Knot I crates of the fruit pass through'' ,,.yt .' .. >', -.,, <, .
to tolerate a buffoon,like Hooey Long? .y.r.EiJ ic'f>;. :
strange that it is still found in the I this port during the season c, 'fC wy

countries mentioned. !

-'fhere .is nothing slow about the city Much progress has been made in recent At a meeting of the :Merchants

cl cTcit i always: \away ahead of time. years' however in the, direction of I'lolcitneI'sMKiatioii livid yesterday -
"\, .. aitunouii it was unanimously'dctidc..1 ) "%,r
: 1L_ \ A t reducing the prevalence of slavdry in partsof l to have the regular half j

Children are the best assets of any the world in which it still exists. holiday during the sunmwrj
months on Thursday instead ofWidneMlajs
community; why nbf dev lop them fully.. as heretofore. The
reason is that in every: other c.ty: DYER
y. '
.r. '
Advertising rn'Tlie Citizen, is worth in Florida Tlmisday is observed EARTH ? n '
literary accomplishment worthy of and to make the day! of observance s
using-if you have something that is worth the samethroughout the
more than passing notice is that of Edward
selling. state the matter was suggested i '///H$ J'/TtfiL&&
Jerome Dies of Chicago who in his latest
to Joe I'eailman president:; of the

: book, "Street of Adventure," has depictedthe association by Dr. J. Y. Porter,
Lack of confidence is prolonging the secretary of the chamber of
careers of fourteen of the most
depression which too much confidence commerce.
started.; glam.orous figures in mid-western finance ilJ: .e lIab4tS'Malc

.' from the Civil War until the present. Hundreds of boys in the Key ,

The street to which the title refers is .
\Ve t churches attended yesterday: ,
: That. new farm census will disclose I thus appropriately beginning the Old Furniture New Your Chance fo Save Money on
Salle Street, Chicago, second only to
that a, lot of western farms have been observance of HOY'15V eek whichis I
Wall Street as a center of American finance -
blown-east. bing- sponsored by the Key S-W ENAMELOBD S-w SCREEN ENAMEL
; and speculation. Among the cha- West Rotary Club. This morning
racters portrayed are Samuel Insull. the boys attended two picture The Decorative Enamel Finest Quality
Don't much about shows given at the Strand Theaterand
too those!
worry Alexander Legge, and the Armours,
college\ pacifists. Sergeant*York, too, wasa this, evening they will stayat 27c Value .
among industrialists, together with such home to be entertained by 1 quart Black

pacifist. before the war. colorful speculators as Arthur W. Cutten, their patents. Three ten minute Jji': Enough to f finish a .1 !c: reduced to

James A. Patten, John W. Gates, Joseph talks will be: delivered tomorrowin chair or small table
the auditorium of the Monroe
One of the definitions of rehabilitationis Leiter Jesse l... Livermore and others. high SshoolKev -. y Housewives can achieve remarkable S-W Screen Enamel is a jet black, 4 '

""to put,on clothes" Insead we have How immense fortunes were won and a.,,- results with Enameloid. Its 18 qui k. high-gloss, ueather-resisting paint. / ti 1 ,
drying rainbow colors flow on easily Use it on both screen wire and wood
be rJ-taking,. them off. DLshabilitating. to lost in the relentless; struggle for wealth I Chailes T. Stout, who for without the usual brush marks. frames. Easy to apply, will not Mi3

use-another word.: and power i is told in dramatic fashion, but six years was rector of St. rau1! r > Enameloid is perfect for sunroom, clog mesh, dries quickly. Copper \ t

_-.,_,? with fidelity to the truth, which in the chinch, in .Key West passed breakfast room,kitchen and bedroom screens need painting, too to prevent
April 2"in hU home South I
away furniture, interior woodwork, kitchen to house due
staining to ram
"The poet Hovey in "Spring" wroteprophetically case of each of the giant figures described Grove .
...,..., AveOak. Park 111. The 1 walls, refrigerators and toys of all washing. Paint your screens now,
! when he penned this line: is indeed stranger than fiction. many friend, and admirers of \ kinds. One coat covers. Try it rust I at this special price, and avoid rust sRc ,

"The East and the West in the spring of "Street of Adventure" is decidedly the deceased; will learn this: news I 4 SIGN COUPON BELOW ing wire and warping flames. tL16
with regret. His wife, son, daughter
the world shall blend." Vide the dust something more than just another hook. and two grandchildren survive
Btwms.IZ. It has been aptly described as "a brilliant him.I'nday.

-,.... -, patch of Am.erica," and is admirable alike I I I 1 t I d'% l

Uneasy lie the heads of the crooked for its intense human interest and its night some time between
9 and 10 o'clock thieves entered
oar daIs in Miami and elsewhere. Any unique historical value. the store of F. Holtsberg. South .

this; the axe may fall, and it has a keen ard and Duval sreets and stole I Laughs at Scuffs! PASTE FLOOR WAX

cutting. i 'surface having been in cold storage KEY WEST REMODELEDSt. $83 from the cash register. The

so:!long. burglary Avila was and discovered Victor Sweeting by Alfredo S.W FLOOR VARNISH :: One pound K KrSPECIAL.

( Augustine Record!) when they passed) the store and ( .4&y

:: : Modern inventions make this an athletip What the New Deal can do when it tries can found the door open. The matter One quart i 'i -WPreperedWaxisaliighquslitySPEC

age. Pedestrians formerly walked, be seen in the adventures of the City of Key I was reported to the police who IL $117 paste wax for floors,furniture,wood
asked that publicity be held up un- Th.Ne.Wq- War work. Lasting gloss. Dries hard.
now they have learned to jump. Some fine West since the FERA took charge. In an article til suspects could be rounded up.

records are made daily, but they are un. entitled "New World Symphony" in the May number I Mr. Holtsberg is offering a rewrrdof Mar-not Floor Varnish stands TAKE YOUR CHOICEup

official. I of Harper's Magazine: Elmer Davis describe: :1 $25 for the arrest and conviction . up under scuffing and the SclJ-Po I isi ingSW
:.. of the thieves. t f relentless tramping of feet. It jVeic Way <
what }has happened there. ::1 I g 1.84 FLOOR WAX
> 1 of S-W Mar not Varnish and 1 .
; is clear extra'' pale1 dries quart :
*. :What can a newspaper advertising 1 "People who last; winter visited the island' Editorial: comment: The modern! I : ( ... ; Ea ..Way'f100r Finish"Brush-Special ,

sollcftor do with an argument like this: "Idon't city of Key West.;,saw something 'coinjj on which: youth may' not get into the halls' 'in 4 hours- to producebeautin9i'- ,' ... ; a_ ':, tab'n' ( ..h. ..,..., Pint ambttraol Tlo-JTax Apjtlt and 98 C
: !
ful floors that'areeasy .II.' 7 t"TT1
high-gloss d OM.Way fljj,
of fame but tit least hopes his ] rotor, lleg.
want to advertise;. If I djd so many was! a summary! of cu/ieotjliiitory.! and just lOS name will be seen in the league to clean. Mar-hot is 1' Quart'Mal-:riot'v.riii4t' and one f.t154' .

people} would come to thc-stonnrt'one-time,' ,-nibly'preview of-the nture,*'''"says Mr. Davis., ,batting' : order. water and .d' ant.1 Also 12 4-bcch. $rosn--Specill.1'.4........... Takes drudgery rubbing and pol
f r uhmg out of floor waxing.
,1"- '
vI' IA' off u'I' Just
it would be too crowded and I couldn't "Nothing quite like it will ever be- seen; again, 'for; : .
: I J' ideal) for furniture and wood ,o II'' :f. ''I., Ii '[/1'. u. 'I 1 flow on. Dries in. 15 minutes to a
wait on them all." some of the factors that gave te life 1 in Key West;: School Students are! holding of the rehearsals Monroe\ High for work. Why notary it today? i "16 late gloss. No polishing required.

last winter a fourth-dimensional: flavor can never
a pay! to be presented! by the
The conservative element does not be- recur, even in Key West; but if the experiment school early next month. The

lieve in transforming the island, city froma being conducted there works out it may be repeated name of the play is "backbone". 'MAKES THE OLD BUS LOOK LIKE NEW!
It is filled with heart stir
"sinking derelict into a and shipshape with variations elsewhere. An entire com 3 Outstanding S-W Specials
ring situations and startling Polish.
; 1 Pint I S-W Opex Auto . SPECIAL
had found its the various
munity occupation gone- climaxes.
pleasure yacht", but rather into a

profitable sea-going, passenger-carrying, occupations by which it had lived for a hundred Cleans polishes and waxes in one operation. Leaves /A 8 LIQUID I ROOF F CEMENT
State Senator William II. Malone a greaseless, high lustre that lasts. A real buy! & ft C
merchant vessel. Caution is born from depression years. City and county had surrendered theirP -
is expected: ) to arrive in Key SIGN COUPON BELOW Black '2% gallon pail t482
not elation. K.wet'N. via the Governor to experts front Wash- West from Tallahassee Saturday
Heary-fcodieii.odd-tree. CoaUmi loo*asbestos fibre. aj
ington backed by Federal funds, who were under- evening: or Sunday morning. Thoroughly wterpracf>and protect*as type; of roof Q
Object of the senator's visit is to Add scan of--.. Apply with 3-koot roof brush
Every once in a while The Citizen i is taking a job of vocational rehabilitation, teachinga attend to a number of )legal FREE! ti.IIrttIIa

urged to stop the gambling racket in Key destitute town how to make a living by a new matt f-s of his private practice tI EBDNQL ROOF PAINT Jligh *- 80c

We>t with the attendant corrupting of pub. trade. and for the county as county, 32 Page 1 1 I t Illack, Gallon

West, with the finest winter climate I attorney. He will be in Key West
lic "Key
officials, but the reply j js invariably Book ;
several days.'Today's.
that the electorate should' firstTpuf' honest I and the finest fishing in the country, had always n ,

'1 officials in office and if these go wrong had! some winter visitors; but it takes a somewhat I........................ THE AUTHENTIC On PaymentsPajformSjobs'lO.lOamonth Easy Monthly'

the; ministers should demand cleaning up unusual tourist to appreciate the peculiar charmof Horoscope HOME DECORATOR. This coupon'entitles you to these specials at theprices

of the Augean stables. The Citizen ,will the town, and so long as it was prospering as a ; .... 1 .I Printed in full color,: shows f shown above.' Check' specials: wanted. mr
I .o.e.e.e..a.e..eThis t bow in die Pay for$1 ZS jobs H0.9S a month (D, Special O Auto Polish Special
any room housecan
do its part in! giving the desired publicityto seaport a naval base, a center of the clear: industry -
t dav is of double .
I a position be made moreen and larger jobs on proportionately
the '. the connnunity never made much effort to attract "
ensuing It
news. I me an ing. may produce one who beautiful through -iect"'use
visitors or to entertain them. Now the gov will do wonder in an intellectualway : of color and arrangement... easy payments. The s NAME...................................._... a
Act makes
Federal Housing
; possessed with great pene- Ev ttY household should have A
Florida Administration
-- Depression and prosperity come in Emergency Relief tration and a good understanding, thusprsctiealbook.Getyou this home painting possible.See ADDRESS..................................
cycles and may be compared to the seven nominally a state but actually a Federal he will gain honor and success. FREE copy at our.store. us for complete details. LIMIT ONE TO CUSTOMERSOUTH

faE:and seven lean kine in Biblical lore. agency-was operating! the town as a tourist resort The danger lies in a breakdown

WSIhave had five very lean years, five up I ; renting houses and training servants, build- mentally perhaps, inducing mel e.4'
ancholia the unfortunate tendency ,
; or -
arultwo to go; so after a little over a year, i lug. beach cabana, and, hiring mural painters to may be toward oxer-indul -FLORIDA CONTRACTING & ENGINEERING CO.

according to this calculation, we will I have decorate barrooms. But even this somewhat surprising genre both of which may be over- f'

prosperous years ahead. Forcing prosperity fpectacle was less strange and less stimulating come by careful elf-development." Phone 59 . "Your Home Is Worthy Of The Best"Vhite\ and Eliza StreetsSHERWINWILLIAMS

before it was naturally due through than the fact that the trained and disinterested !- The state capitol of Georgia in --

ecopomic tinkering by the brain trust will intelligence of outsiders had been Atlanta built about 50 years 'ago

hasten: the day but briefly and result in a I I' mobilized and-applied to the: problems of a community has just been given its first i exterior PAINTS
cleaning by FERA work
diluted: and incomplete recovery.,? .__ : which had proved unable to save itself." ers. t



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SPORTS 1........e..........,....... Club- w. L. Pet Detroit at Cleveland.

) the Cleveland ...._........ 6 1 .857 Washington at- Boston.
I have just finished reading Lopez, Cuso Garcia, B. Bazo and
Sanford Herald of Monday, April E. Martinez. ( JOVE) Boston 6 2 .750 New York at Philadelphia

22, and I see where in Sunday's I I There will be a diamondballgame Chicago ......--._.......... 6 3 .667 -

game the Sanford Celery Feds) Bayview Park-Jesus: Garcia, at the Bayview Park field New York .._.._...._.... 4 4 .500 NATIONAL LEAGUE

managed by Joe Barnes, were de- t I manager; Argelio Alvarez, Isidore I tonight between Lopez Funeral Washington -........... 4 4 .500 Boston, at Brooklyn.

- -- .... feated by the Daytona Islanders| Rodriguez Alvin Gates, Fidel Homers and Busy Bees This con- St. Louis ... 2 5 .286 I II I I Philadelphia at New York.

.... The final score was 5 to 4. Our Lopez, Arturo ::Martinez Howard test will decid the winner of the I! ? Pittsburgh at St. Louis.
GIANTS DEFEATBOSTON Key West boy William Cates, I i Philadelphia ._._..__.._ 2 <5 .250 Chicago at Cincinnati.
Griffin :Mario
Hernandez R.
I DOINGS i AROUNDTIIECOLF i Nlr. played third base for the Celery Dempsey Teal, Joe Johnson, F.,I ule.recond-half of the league sched i! Detroit ... _... 2 7 .222

sixth in the batting ,
'I" Feds and was Albury Blondy Roberts and ler- More than7,600 elm trees infected
BRAVESIN order. He was at bat four times. | vin Rosam. The batteries for tonight will be NATIONAL LEAGUE with Dutch >lm distal

(By GRAVY) with no runs no hits and one put] I Ah! Ah! Lunn and Ingraham for Club- \v. L. Pet. have. been found so far in the

CLOSE GAME .............. .. .. ..tII .. ... .................. out. He came up the first struck time in j j Army Service-Bill Thrower the Red Devils and 1 Tjnes and M. Brooklyn ._'m_..... 72 .?r7 8 area5 ; !)aNi-W, "YbrV _harbor.
the second inning and out. ; Acevedo for the Bakers. I
Well, children it seems that he had Gene Sarazen for a leaning In the fifth he flied out to center.In Jones manager; Douglass Howard If the Lopez ten wins there will New York :___...___. 5 2 .'.714

lots of the boys t ost. Barneswas Brindel Nodine. Ortega Cincinnati ,. .,.. 5 4 .556
II were yesterday -I jx the sixth, after Manager be no play-off for league leadership ?
Ward D. Powell. Williams
I Young,
CLEVELAND INDIANS CONQUER afternoon to win a free din hit in the back by a pitchedball Ranaw, White and Smith. because' they won the fir<=t- I St. Louis .. ....- : '4; '4 .500 DOWNGOES
: ST. LOUIS ner. I believe that times must be Fordham bunted safely and half. Chicago
BROWNS;I II I The next outfit was a humdinger 4 4 .500

hard because' some of those guyswere and included such an array of Cates hit into a double play ending Administration Joe Hale manager However if the Bakers win 'Pittsburgh .....,..........._ 4 5 .444
YANKS TRIUMPH OVER j playing* a* if they didn't win l the inning. In the eighth, with there will be a three-game series
I I fighting talent that most people E. Roberts A. i Philadelphia ........ ,
they would go hungry for the next i two outs and Fordham on first ; Roberts G. for the city pennant. 26 .250 THE PRICE OF
BOSTON RED SOX week. And I bet you that tonight I!I thought Camera ahd Dempsey Cates forced the runner at second I I Demeritt. M. Barker F. McKinley Boston _.no. .... ,...... ,.2 C .250
at the dinner that they will eat I 1 I were on the- course. However The Sanford club is third in the F. Frohock C. Bailey, A. Manucy, The cash income from North '
like lot when it was all finished it was follows -1 E. Sibila J. Cooper J. Burhett, .. .* COMFORT
a of famished wolves. . I ]league. The standing is as (Carolina farms about
4 rrUI f. The CillinNEW ) found that "Daddy" Berlin Saw- E.; Adams and F. Camus. was $238-i i..i i
all because it's free. Then, too l : DeLand. three won, none 000,000 in 1934 CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN
YORK: April 26.-The I yer had taken Ike Russell for a representing again ;;
the forecast of this scribe was all lost; Daytona, two won, one lost; of 35 per cent over 1933J NOW !
New York Giants went to victoryover !I, wet. .a good deal like some of the I partner and together they gave a Sanford. one won, three lost; Lighthouse Billy Demeritt, and 143 per cent over 1932.LEGALS I I '
the Boston Braves 2 to l,;J weather forecasts turned out from neat lacing to Pete Taylor and Cocoa none won and three lost. manager R. Albury T. Valdez, F. PROBAK
and for the second day in succession -'''the| j I I I Professor "Handsome") Horace Dion, F. I
local Stickney
office. Itt Stickney T.
meteorological ,
lost a shutout because of a 1 1I | O'Bryant by a score of 2 to 1. On Roberts G. ............-.........ee JUNIOR
i!i seems that ye scribe named a lot [ Archer L. Stanley, C.
1 home run. Walley Berger hit the ,i t who would be winners and sucj -|I the start off Berlin got a peachof In the local Senior Diamondball Cerezo, T. Head. C. Lewin, P. Pan- j I FOR RENT

('ircuitlout in the seventh for I j ceeded, in getting a measly four 'a drive and all applauded. . League the Busy Bees on Wed I dell! L. Plummer. Q. Albury and l\TtTitrr Tin ('IIHTIT ji COtllT' OK TIIK blades
the second Boston hit off Hoy i, out of a possible 28. That is what t!the: rest of the round Pete was' nesday night not only defeated the I W. D. Demeritt. OP Tin STtTK OF ii FM f'llIfTIT HII>*.I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the

1'ariiwllee.ho gave only three you call lacy batting average. But, |giving "Daddy" the razzledazzle : Lopez ten and Clarence Gates but IN :4 Ml, FOIl MOMIUK. ('Ol:'\TY.I j I Hour Day or Week. Repair I

blow;. I probably you want to' know how, but' Berlin says he'can take it. . j with that spirit they could have Garage-Cyril Griffin manager J. l\Merrill I'llfKKV.Adann. I! ;-all make and paint ,them with 1
The New York Yankees downed so why;worry?. .but it's a ;good defeated'the best in the state. It Plaintiff. 'Nu-Enamel. We '
If. J fjiH
some of the score turned out. ; V. Castro, Jolly, J. Catt>s. ,. carry a Also
the Boston lied Sox 12 to 4. The first let me say that those, Rosebuds .1 thing that he, has a good constitution -I is.: not the club r the' pitcher that Wells, Thrift Lewis. Hill S. \S. KorrHoxiirr Tat Sale Orliriratr..f t.lrm of. ,, supply of parts. Agent for. th'eRollfast I in Packages
New Yorkers' chalked of,these willworry i is. .gai,t. .team-it scathe : 1 : 10 for 2Sc
up seven sure have a lot of. thorns. or some buys a 'spirit Caraballo W. Arias Hector Castro Kllzalx-th H. Owynne. I' "'and ''Dayton' Bicycles.

runs in the fifth innings alone. i they made that, Lily team look I him into an early grave. 'rhow-n, ,in. the"contest thin' ( uni2. F. Caraballo, Gabriel Mora a widow IVfendant.OrtDKn I And sell Utttntasl9vC| 4.85 |5.0Q, 'Qalr

The Cleveland Indians won from fort of wilted. Capt-/"Papa" Russell I But Daddy says anytime anybody'* Tonightthelast* ; game \vijl be and Garcia. OF I'lTHLICATlO.V I I down and $1.00 per wey"-" .' "We M
the St. Louis Browns, 7 to C, in I. wants a lesson anywhere to: just I!j ed1 'and "the winner will be It appearing by the affidavit of !I Buy and Sell all Take f ''Used
a Kerr put the Indian-sign on I him and he will) givq. it half,"champion. If the pa-I J Merrill Adams, ).I]ajTitlf4if\ ttaleve *!\ :Tricycles' I
free-hitting Hal call
contest. Trosky'shuitrc Capt. Tim Pittman because Russell up toJ jo I Recreation Depsrtment-Jack ftylilcause, which I said affidavit I Phone 276. J. R. comfort Lie UI sJI-
run. the first of the season j them. This invitation includes ten wins'there will be no :Matthews has l>e-n duly filed In saidcause :f, Stowers company 515 Duval ,i SHAVING ia price with fee
1-2 to F.
won by a score of 12 manager; Q. Lopez .
in the seventh inning with Averill I I I R 1-2. So on with the game: but Pete Taylor who, he says; and if',the Busy Bees win there Matthews. D. McCarthy, P. Clements Elizabeth that the II.said Owynne l affiant, a believesthat I I street apr9-tf I annotiucemeotoLProb4juniotthe

on base brought in the winning I!I he wouldn't show how to trims out will be, a three-game series to de- Maximo, J. Varela the defendant In the above remarkable new double'1
Lopez, WMOW'j
tally. Five St. Louis pitchers were ]' of a hole in the ground if he wa cide the champion of the winter J. cause, is a resident of a I PIANO TUNING to edge razor b1t: .Thiak of tat '.
Izzy, '
I Walker. Sr.. J. Walker, country other than the !
touched for sixteen hits. As is usually! the case, Sam ready to croak. league. Jr., Sheppard. Wallace I Florida namely, the State of Virginia ' :, Yo gFt 25 knee taootbtlutfa -
The Chicago White Sox defeated Harris and cohorts the first' Larsen and that the residence of the PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo- tP !fag blades, uniform in quality,
were and Weintraub. said defendant, I '
Klizahelh II. for calm '91. Yoa 11 wonder
I the Detroit Tigers 9 to 8. The I gang through. Some of these times! e i <:w>'nne. as particularly as i is reno. Excellent piano for sale
The next crowd had slight At meeting at the Recreation how tech bog blades can be
I a re- a cheap. 1018 Division .
known to said street.
Sox credited wtih affiant is 413 West
were a seven- I am going to quit playing and)[ arrangement] from that made early Department in the administration !; It was also decided at the meeting I, York Street City of Norfolk State t apr22-lmo Y sold for to little moM,.
run drive in the fourth inning, ride back town with that I I
to nf
crowd'B that no player can from Virginia and that there is no the
the week. Willie Kemp his a building the second-half of the j' go one ProbikJunior is product
i iI
sweeping the three-game series and see what the heck they are in ; { person the State of Florida the.,
club to another. If he quits of unequalled maoufacnirinf
with bad foot and could not play, soWee Social Diamondball League was one itertice of a subpoena upon whom FOR SALE
the American League champions rush a tearing hurry for. Dog- Willie Watkins arrived on the I mapped out. Eight clubs were club he can not play in the loop. .would bind said defendant Eliza I methods and maichlcts skill.
it, when want to beth II. Iwjnne. Further, that Bald This blade U
gone you pass'( scene and he and Eddie Strunk represented. The Lighthouse ten Any new player has got to have affiant believe that the. age of the FOR SALE-Four lots on Coun l automatkallr
The Philadelphia Athletics them on the golf course they won't took] on Kirsch and Melvin Russell. were declared first-half champs. the O. K. of all seven opposing i Raid defendant Elizabeth H. ty Road .near Casa Marina I tempered, ground hooK and, ..
came out on top in their game let by because they have to i tiwjnne, III i over t went j-one year stropped-( aiea you wonderful ,
with the you For a while it l looked like Kirsch Leo Lopez was voted to be the managers. This will keep clubs It If therefore ordered that Elizabeth Hotel and the beach. ApplyJ.
Washington Senators I hurry and get through playing.land I| ] paterner would win but i it, chief umpire. Games will be 'from changing players in every I II. Owynne, a widow, the de W. V. R. Plammer, 1101 c sbaviacsatisf.acuon.TnrProbakJunior and for yourjelt.Get
taking the contest by a score of Well, it seems that Samuel and' fendant in the above styled cause, tec
10 to 0. Bob Johnson knocked' finally ended in a draw, 1 1-2 to played Monday afternoon; Tuesday game. All clubs have to be on theEvenings be and she Is hereby required to ap i Fleming street apr20-6tx them;; today from you dernier.Pnbtk .
|Louis Cruickshank had the '
num.} j *field on scheduled time. (pear to the bill of
1 12. On number ten Kirsch was afternoon there will be two complaint in saidcause
his third home run of the yean'!: her of Cookie Mesa and Charlie I on Monday, the 3rd i fits Mil Cilltttt'
day of Junior
'the umpire will call ball"i
in the shutout I: a happy man. .on number 18 he seven-inning games at night; Wednesday "play June, A. D. IU;>. otherwise the allegations PRINTING-Quality Printing at
The game. Salas because they won by a score hooked I sad until Melvin got that. evening and Friday evening i I 5:30 o'clock sharp and i if one of said bill will be taken a* the Lowest Prices. The Albman and Probll4 razors
Brooklyn Dodgers blankedthe of 3 to 0. And Sam Koodle de' doubleheader 'of the clubs is not complete i it confessed by said defendant.
putt down and Kirsch jumps up and a on Saturday It is further I Press. tug?
Phillies. G to 0. The Dodgerswon ordered that this ord..r
Flue .
Swinky Swanky lIar- '
their fourth Bobby in the air and stys.! "We don't afternoon. This will give the ]will have to forfeit the game. At I be published once a week for
straight game lington Sid McPhil Bubber Harris 1 week. If i I 'night the first game will be calle! four consecutive weeks in The Key INSTRUCTIONf
have to pay. But "Pious" says, league seven games a any j' West .
lead Citizen
retaining the National
in the a
that free meal will be I newspaper pub
says the I !at 7:45: o'clock sharp. The team I I
loop. "Neither do we, so what aboutit games are postponed they will be { lished In :Monroe eountState o
best he has had in two months. }1 not there will forfeit the game Florida.Dated. KEY WEST EXAMINATIONS.
I ? And the answer was lots of played on Thursday evening ] J I
The Chicago Cubs defeated the (This because he lost last time.) I J' The nightcap will begin five min this 9th day of April, A. Immigrant Patrol ]Inspector;,
] whether the match 193;>
argument as to -
St. Louis Cardinals, 7 to 5. "Diz-| Sam: was very happy on number should keep or not but it wasdecided i j fetes atfer the first game. In. Court Seal) I i II Applications close, May 4.: Men PR 6AKlur4roa'
zy" Dean who replaced Kleinke I! five. With a big smile he reported call up and The first games of the league I ROSS C. SAWYER I I 21-36.. Start $1800 year. Full "
to it Clerk
on the mound in the seventh was| that] he was way up. .even had everybody for himself.square will be played tomorrow afternoon. I John Borden boxing instructorfor Circuit Circuit Court.of Florida Twentieth in Judicial andI particulars FREE. Write imme

hit three times in the two innings I to take off one shoe to let me pay The Army ten will be pitted j Key West will start his train for Monroe County. diately. Franklin Institute. Dept.

he pitched l before being supplantedby 1(!j count how much because he ran I 1 against the Garage boys. This contest -' i ing next week. Each and every boy William Solicitor V. for.\Ibur Plaintiff.)', I I 635 A, Rochester. N. Y., M RIG rW r U w.awt a PAY.OFc:
)J'mser. J I aches Mnnaa rtsotaa
The Cubs bunched out of fingers and had to use his The last crowd had to will start at 2 o'clock. The who wants to learn the art of self apn!--is-2/!; may.10: I april2G! .29- 0;ma'b

their twelve hjjs during the game. i j toes. .that accounts for what floodlights turned on. Li Plum-I American Legion and Recreation defense is invited to come out.I I()I II I

The Cincinnati Reds downed the 1 somebody thought was an orangutan mer and Curry Harris are a great I Department tens will cross bats in After a few weeks of training het 1) ,

Pirates in a shut out game the j I But Sam and Louis are Sunday combination but on a I the second game. Both of these! will hold amateur boxing competition !.' 'I.l11.l611I.1

score rt>aling0.. Benny Freylj! happy, } : while Cookie and Charlie I Thursday "Pirate" Morgan and contests will be seven innings in for all weights, and some I ." '..'.ee..s ..... ................ .! .., ...... .............:
had a perfect day, allowing the Pirates -'aie vice versa. Louis Pierce made them look sick. duration. Only single games will valuable prizes will be given the! .. .

only six hits. It seems Morgan and Pierce won go nine innings boys for their efforts. We have .

the 'ummaries: I 1 by a score of 3 to 0. Li rays Curry had some pretty good fighters i
t I Icouldn't I
NATIONAL LEAGUEAt In the next crowd we have "Mud get his words to j developed in this city anti there Galvanized i iMetal -

New York R. II. E. I Horse" Bob Stowers and Earl t Carry says Li's irons! went work-I; The roster of the clubs are: I might be another Nebo, Trevor. I SPECIAL SALE

Boston .. ..........' .......... 1 3 0 !j Julian beating the sox off Bascom t him but Morgan and 1 American Legion-Geo. Watkins I Jackson. Baker Fernandez Baby I

New York .................*. 2 5 1 Grooms and Fred Ayala. This isi that they played a better game I manager; D. Woods, A. Bar. 1 Rojas Tommy Reyes and a score Goods,
Batteries: Cantwell Benton andSpohrer / the olroso I I ,,J roo A. Haskins, J. Knowles, J . ,
( first time Earl has been out than the other two' guys and show of others who have placed the
A. Fenandez. O. Fernandez T. A. II
; Parmelee and Mancuso. in a coon's age but boy he end I could they lose Besides! they name of Key West high in every I
C. Hjort B. Mc-
Woody. Sands
i I Stowers were right there. so said it was time Curry and Li paid I city they have fought in. So I
Hernandez L. Sawyer
At Brooklyn* R. II. E.I I much so that Fred and Bascom for somebody other than Curry Collough I I do not see why we can not develop NO. i 70c [

Philadelphia ......,..........,.. 0 1 2! say they are going to layoff and Li. But they had a good time A. Perez and R. ]Hamlin.I another or perhaps two or I ,

Brooklyn ,_...................612 2 i awhile and see !if they can't beat even if they did play number 1 8 three good boys with the proper

Batteries: Johnson. Jorgens and somebody. .Bob says, "Watch my by match light, no candles being Cuban Club-M. Sanchez man- training, so don't forget to comes II! TU B S No.2. . 75c is

Todd; Babich and Phelps. {moke, boys. I don't need for it available. ager; L. Bazo, G. Ogden, M. E out and train to be a champion. '

to rain to show these dubs how to quinaldo J. Esquinaldo F. TynesM. No.3. ,85c
,. :
At St. Louis R. II. E. make a hole in one. .and he came Davilla C. Hernandez. A. Her Dusting of finely grounds noncombustible : .

Chicago .. .................._ 7 12 2 near doing it, too. .lsowever. So you see, gentle readers, that ], nandez E. Alfonso, L. Garcia N. rock on ,the walls .' Rtlihii'I. J.fl Vl9" ,:

St Louis ,....................... 511 11 Bob and Earl had 3 and Fred and a Stock total Island of 28 yesterday.fiends were Many loose will on and ceilings of, coal mines 1. : t r .11..1 I'jri. t,. ,'- -- ": II :
Batteries: Lee and Hartnett; Bascom a big goose ,egg. better try a driver next timer 200 lives yearly through averted Scrub Tubs
be out tOf\iiht.'lo had better ': 'J 35o .
you l Sf L
Klemke. P. Dean Hou erDelancey. and : coal dust explosions the U. S. .Ab I, .. :
the children in the.bed .
The next outfit saw Capt. Kerr I keep until this all gets settled tender down. II! Don't forget to' be time at bureau!: of mines estimates.' ... ... -,-,-.-- -> . , ". .. .._ .J.oJ ..... - I! .,.' '... ,

and "Old .Maestio" Bob Spotts- all the. alibis how the losers I on ' S / ' f j r , ,?, . .
At Cincinnati the dinner tonight which will be- Subscribe to The Citizen., : ":
3 Pails
R. II. E. wood take Clem Price and Charlie lost to the winners and all the : 12 ; 30c t ti
Pittsburgh '... ........_......0 C 2Cnicmnati Bob was fol I gin promptly at 7:30 p. m. Some I qt. l
Ketchum into bull baloney blarney hot air, BENJAMIN I LOPEZFUNERAL
I camp. : K
..............._... 6 9 of the boys have to leave to go J .
Oil' back, in his old-time form and Clem de rah. and what have you that somewhere else but 'i HOME : - - -- JJJBk
Batteries: )Hojt( Salveson, Os- Swinky *"%
hard to keep disseminated the winners '
was pressing so up will be by i ;
borne Swanky gets to reminiscing' about y'n
and Padden; Frey andt' ;;j that part of the time he was lost on how and why they won Established 49 '
Cnmpl.ell. I how he was a member of Bill Ma- I Key W...'* Oldest : Watering Pots 8qt75c 85cDon't '
. .Charlie couldn't get 'em down and if they had played a certain : lone's Sunday School class then 24-Har AmknUae Service& 10 qt. i .

the middle so there wasn't so shot a little differently how they: I the early leavers will have to t
AMERICAN prom LJccBtml Embalmer
much "That's a good one, boys! would have won ever so much i ise to take Sammie '_j :
Boston R. II. E. with them. Phone 13K Nirht; 8sa ..WI
and Russell was playing for theI easier.
New York .............. 12 12 0} I !
Rose- --
Bo-ton ..... .. .... .. 4 1 7I 1 I j'honor]bud*) of and the was old not alma missing mater a( play. I --j! \ : wait, only a limited: number : j

flatteries! : Broaca and Dickey; It seems that Bob is elated for thi; These are some of the notes I !I M will be sold at these' prices.
Khvxlev. 1'ipprasVall (Hockettc. made and gleaned on the course ,
>erg. -
i U his first free r.eal..and says is
Wilson and R. Ferrell.U he will enjoy it more because during the festivities of Thursday SUPERIOR I s :

Charlie has to pay for same Bob afternoon: : Drop in and look household 3
Philadelphia! R. II. F.. and Russell had :3 to Clem andC. The greens committee says thatit over oar: :

Wa<=h inert oh .... .... ..... 0 2 3 must make it a rule for no one IN 'SEVERAL IMPORTANT RESPECTS S : have "
II.[ nothing. we
Philadelphia , '........ .10 15 t to send telegrams while playing I department ;. .' q jJ

r.attrrn: : Stewart \\"(':!\''' golf and using a caddy to carry I J : various articles t alma.attractive *
Coppola and Bolton, Holbrook; I In the next crowd was Capt. said telegrams. .that if a player . Sand
and it'sI
\\ it-:here and Foxx. Timotheus Pittman and his good must converse with another he will : ?, useful ', .. . "l '

( playmate Josie Lopez who to- do so by a third party and not ;
At Cleveland\ R. II. E.I! 'gether lambasted Mayor Bill write telegrams. .for instance a / .r. :

Sl Loin .....' .. 612: Oj J Malone( and Samuella Goldsmith couple readings as follows were I 100 PROOF I." !' : :

Cle( *,flam! .. . 7 10 UISattfne to the tune of 3 to 0. It seemsi l found on number two tee: "Don't I is Shower and "

*: Knott. Weiland. An- .1 that Bill and Sam got around to I pick on Ike. .can't you perceive j Wedding Gifts:,' or ![j

drewCoffman.. Blaeholder antI! |j number 13 before they realized his ability?" Another said, "You Ill. Windsor ranks high In ,
Henflev;; Pearson, C. Brown and'I they were going to pay for a diner n can't win on drives-what do,you every quality

Mjatt. I They put on a burst of :speed count for a lost ball?" And ah- necessary to make a whiskey good- i j Bridge Party Prizes ..!

--- and won a couple of holes but alas other, "Keep your dmouth 'L:,'- taste, bouquet mixing, qualities.. Besides .

At Chicago R. II. E. and alack Timetheus of )'esterdayafternoon shut." But on number 18 was its price is low-another reason ..

Detroit .., ...._.. 89 O1! was hot the Timetheus1J found one that merely said "Prose 9

Chicago ......_, ........... 910 of old. He has now mastered th sure 360 degrees". .but, of course, why Windsor baa become one of Amertea's rn "Your home is worthy of the best" *- *i iCq. _

Batteries: How e. Sullivan hatter trick of not looking at all and gets two certain golf players- say they P moat popular straight whiskies -* ....

:m.1 i Cm-brane; Kennedy Vance dog-gone good shots and few misses never send or receive telegrams. __ L- I

and Rt>weJl.) which is very cheering to Tim. nJ THE BACK 1 LABEL KNOW THE AGE. South Florida Contracting &. Enpjeering .. [r

As usual Josie was knocking pars Then Willie W. was seen putting .
F lII K u:< ,.f the Dutch elm! tlisjea !)! light and left Bill was having one: a ball.when 75 yards short. of WINDSOR : Phone. 598 Wait* ud, Elks Slnets |

$(- has been grown on 22 kindof dsiheck 1)I of a time with Schedule and the green. Without being very : : ai

tre. other than elms, but hu' Sam was trying to figure out why careful he, sliced the pott:: OB ac. W.HISKEY. .......................... .........!. M!f .............*............

been roun! only on elms in a!I.... ever thought he could play' count of the vied, (his. old stall]) 'ENN-N- Jt\LAND- CORPORATION, A. ff.i .. of NATIONAL DISTILLERS '
natural state. and Tim to a standstill unless! )],arid failed to reach the Teen. Eteiriee.orim.. NEW YOSK;.N. Y. I . .. :
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Airs. Minnie Jensen who was Mrs. Clifford P.: Meyer who I
- ...................................*******..;.... several months in Miami' before Senior High School 4A-40 Eugene Berkowitz
spending was Miss
&rjVOJ5: Jamet and JantSimo make him stop smoking in bed. lie marriage : Marie
karl returned from their still considers it because with relatives, returned yester.' Watrous daughter of Captain and Honor point average 3.00. Cynthia Roy Rogers, Chas. Sands Julius
a grievance
'kaaeymooK. ttill happy Then kat.crraisg4 Melody Hour Last I \ Pearlman Nal.olillIary: Ramsey, Edna Mae
their tSf voiding prenl I won't let him read till all hours Night day. I Mrs. J. L. Watrous, who was ; 2.80 Eloise; Guito;
110 (
( .
*. i* tht kotat Jane'i father when I am sleepy." spending the winter with her 2.50, Barbara Albury Sidney Catherine Connor Hen

bought (kern,and James U earnttt'Iv Joe Gates foreman with the parents at the Aronovitz, Bert Roberts Edna rietta Carey.
trying' to live vp to till excessity's : "Why not give him a room to hImself Was home Caroline and
'Ian imposed upon II''... But ? In my opinion separate rooms Exceedingly Enjoyed FERA forces, left yesterday aft-' Duval :streets left yesterday afternoon Wells, George Collins, Margaret 3B-Everett Rosani Earl Gwin.
k.4oe want a pup.and to for Jane I' 2A1-Patsy Albury Marguerite
hat kept are better all round in numerous ernoon for a short business visit for her home in Washington Falcon. Edna Roberts; 2.40, Ed-
abetted 6.v her mother -
Aim. /row k4v1w9' 05.Chapter ways. .. for both of you." Unterland"In atixme; Key. D. C. ward Neff; 2.25 Harry Bravo, de Leon Anita Mesa\ Nellie Throw
The second Key West Melody leave), "Drunten im
blushed. She evaded say-1 *' I er. Jim mitt Singl4it.o
Jane by f 1itTi's Louis Kristal, Alton Roberts, :Minnie
Hour last night in the Colonial ( the Valley), and "Aennchenvon
29 Ing that James was so sensitive that 2A2-Nancy ll :;diaL
; James McBride daughter, Mrs. Diego Delgado and son, Watkihs. Jesus Carmona Curtis -'
Hotel the standard'set Tharau" Anne from Tharau)
preserved high (
she could not bear to hurt him. 2B Camille Thompson Carl
of Mr. and Mrs. William Collins< who Stan ton 2.00, }
THE PUP Nestor were spending several ;: Doroihyapuut-.j
The young Stimsons had their second by the first one two weeks, "MVnuet in G" by Beethoven 1il'6 S areiithiijands v B ttyr
in spite of Jane's firm I left yesterday afternoon for al I:, days as guests; of Mrs. ) an,: Edith'.Rogers.. Koroelda John .
Misses Beulah
HOWEVER quarrel about three months after ago. number of those whoj; played by the .1)1'1.1 Lou Burchcll.
I i
an visit with her brother Charles in gado's son-in-law and joti, Betty:\Curtis Woodrqw
brought home daughter,'
their marriage. It was a terrible were present last time, as well as Brantley and Alice Jenks was the ," \
Houston Patsy
gangley-lcgged long-eared I St. Louis, and will afterward gotoCoco Mr. and Mrs. Sidney .Matthews, bury Laudelina Contreras; 1.75
engaging devastating affair and James did not many new faces: were in the next number. This was followed Duane, Ann Porter Ovide. Charles
months Sola, Panama, to join'' left Dorothea Camalier Dorothy Saw- j
bird dog about two yesterday aften.Km for the
altogether from It for weeks.It Dance"
puppy recover audience.By by Chaminade's "Scarf Pellicier Dan Marian
James was fondly Mr: McBride. : home'in Miami\ >er, Mathew Zacal Helen Stirrup.
6l his .
made Claudia
had Aleida
Albury Napoles
that once Jane ,
certain and
Sunday morning continued so. Chamber Musicians under the direction Sawyer with skill and understanding i I
I A2: Jean Whaton.
acquaintance she would succumb Instantly bitterly that it kept them home from Captain John T. Albury retired -]!! Sam McClintock left yesterday Joseph Richardson Henry \Vtathr -Betty

to his manifold charms. church. started innocently enoughas of Commodore Matho of this delicate composition.It master with the P. and 0.': afternoon for a visit to his hold- e-ford, Helen Russell; 1.60. Fay :i I IB-Betty June Cottrell Ker-
Mietk-Liuba II.| difficult task 1
Peter was supposed to be house dreadful things so often do. Fridericus von ; is always a very S. S. Company left on the S. s.1|'! ings at Islamorada. Adams; 1.50, Florence Dillon | mil Roberts
D. W. by. to reproduce music on a
broken; and wasn't. Jane Insisted "%Vell." said James yawning and presented a program opera Cuba last night for a visit: with I I Norma Garcia. Rae Louise Rus- Division Street School

that he sleep In an outhouse where stretching his arms inelegantly but local pianists. I piano alone. This type of musicis relatives in Tampa. j I j I Robert Lewis left yesterday fell, Herman Knight, Shirley Vel- II 6A-Horace Brightman. Billyi

Le howled all night. James got up luxuriously, as he pushed back his The provisional theme song, written for a combination of I
afternoon asco. i i
for a visit of several I Krsson. Azalia Carmona, KrceliaI :
fed him. "A Melody in A" by Tellier. various instruments which, if .
early. comforted Peter. chair from the breakfast table. "I
I Mrs. Michael Lake who was days in Miami. Junior High School i I i Demeritt Ol Machado: Frances
romped with him and left him in the suppose Aunt Lou Is starting freezing opened the presentations. The I] played together produce the desired I
spending several months in Key 1 i!
I Schaffer, e\\in Nellie
kitchen In charge of the cook. the ice cream about now." first number on the I program was' effect. The possibilities of Honor point average 3.00, Alice Betty ,

When he came home from the office Jane glanced up quickly. "Why, the overture to "Poet and Peas-! expression on a piano are very West, left yesterday afternoon!i|: Mrs. Joseph Baker daughter of Afson, Jessie Watkins. Mario Perez, Guselda; Garcia.

the twins and Peter met him on we're not invited there for dinner.* ant" by Supp It takes an accomplished limited. The touch of the player for her home in New York. j;I; Councilman C. C. Symonette, who Napoles. Betty Rae Russell, Phyllis 6B-Carmen Sunti.

weak and wob-- [: was called to Key West by the 5A-George Ray: Jr.. Leona
the corner. It was a she said. musician to render and his mastering of the pedals : Adams; 2.80. Anita Berkowitz .

bly Peter who crawled on his belly "Yes we are honey . surely thisis this overture in an' acceptable arc the essential factors at his Mrs. H. Y. Jones of Stuart,|!! fatal illness of her grandmother, Allen Neil Roberts: Betty llen- I i Lopez.(

whined abjectly instead of wig Fla., who was .visiting for a few:: Miss Sarah Demeritt | 5B Eleanor FlorehceI
and Aunt Sarah's Sunday. We went to manner. Mrs Mary Elizabeth command. ;; left yesterday riguez, Ray Demeritt; 2.75, Bonnie lArson

gling with expectancy and delight. your mother's last week didn't we?" Sawyer organist of the First' This comment holds good for days with her brother-in-law and:;: for her home in Pensacola. Mae Watkins; 2.60. Ray I I Saunders Hilton Sassinette' John

"Jane tied Peter to the back fence "Dut Mother is expecting us again j: sister Mr. and MVs. Bernard Roberts -!! Perez Nellie Louise Russell: 2.50( 'i Neff.
Methodist Episcopal Church play- ; the overture to "Poet and Peas ;
and left him there all day In the hot today and I said we would come. You selection. Especially and other relatives, left yesterday i, Mrs. Thurston Johnson: will Gloria Garcia; 2.40, Susan Rob-j p 4A-JB-)Delia Mae Curry Rosa
ed this beautiful ant" as! well as for "Lied an den .
sun. lIe was almost dead when we said nothing to me about going to I afternoon for her home. i )leave this, afternoon, for Jack Nell RoseSir ; lind Albury, R. C. Skelton, Everett -
l' : ,
aunt's." notable was her work inj A'bendstorn" (Song,: to the Eve op? 1EArmayor
found him Nate burst out Indignantly your i ville. wherqsh will| ,vii!r. sjeycral 1 1I :> --* Sweeting Jeanetee Eatherly,
the. Allegro strepitoso and Aile. ning.Star), from the opera 'Tann- ', :YT : l1
James picked Peter up. hug }lr. and Mrs. Schrey'cr.1' '
D.. lbbai'taurel.3APhililp .
jiveeks witbhe: ; son-in-ja r ami! 'II :-tJ: Iti' .
Commodorevon ,, '
haeuser" .
all but lighted his pipe carefully gretto parts. | by I g
him close. lie was
ging with and pity. Did JAMES he spok.I "Fantasie Impromptue" by i, Mietk-Liuba played this singularly of Hil x ,...liss.\ ., who, were in t1or-!jllaughter; : :, drc and J Mrs:'IJ'J: D. Sehal. AJfafel' 'ttl {;}.r ...,\!. Strunk

speechless rage it I !ida for"Jlbe.winter, came in yyer-;| |:| Mrs\ ,Segal..waii: before a'rIliage G .>>( you...have you given him a drink? Just took for granted that we Chopin was the next composition.; beautiful selection in mas- : : D'' l\\ .. f\ EthvItr!}

he got out were going home. I thought it was a Miss Alee. Curry presented this terly fashion. The Andante ..Sostenuto day from Miami and after a pleas-;;:,: !:, Miss 'Pp.rtia; ,.Johnson,, I. Brkitai (' } 5 5Vtldez 1Il.J.Jrt Rosam. Monteen Bryant, Dorothy

"Of course we have. And put water sort of unwrllt i'agr ement. your number with exceptional'.' bril-! part wa*,-the< closest approach ant visit dt in the afternoon. : > : e 9! ol6r sItbn Jphnsoni Einma Neal Ayala Mar-
-- I Ii :} :t : :l'fn.: : ; ir( ; th.-f)<1*"' Persis Larson, Alice
on his head and fanned him. folks one Sunday, mints the next. VNlt!(. C Illtu After this, the: to 'thc human voice thatis I Ift" Robers2;,, t1t v (J J ; : tw.!,I FZ.

We've worked over him for two "But I don't like establishing precedents ramous Traeumerei" by Schu-; possible; full and rich and F. L. Johnson, chief boatswa'in.simate ,iing; a brief ime.,In..l\ey: West with, :;. ( ee liiL Alonso'Ida CuTry Sal ado.

," said Jane determinedly. "I U S. coast guard, left yesterday !relatives' left 'his 3B-Mary Elizabeth Knowles.
hours. Norris answered. l1 &n"a', bfjefed;( by the Misses haunting. One could almost hear i[ yesterday for Josephine Padron Dorothy Bean
wa4 hate to have Sunday planned afternoon accompanied by home in Miami where he j 2A-Evelia Chacon Fortune
A street car approaching.With every Beulah Brantley violin, and Alice Tan nhaeuser caressing the stringsof I t is chief Mary Louise Bonniwell! Canfield ;
a gruff. "Thank you.I won't for and given away without my consent. Jenks his MJ-S. Johnson and the baby, for operator with a chain of moving Lewin; 1.80 Charles Aguero. Demeritt Gloria Garcia ArmandoSosa.

get this." to the twins. James signaled It's so binding-so finaL Do you see I piano.Margaret Mietk-I II harp. Detroit. Mich., where he has been! picture theaters. Olga Camo, Jim Hathaway Vir- .
Zinaida The Maria"
von immortal "Ave by
It As he climbed aboard one what I mean' I assigned to recruiting duty. i is i -.. ginia Knowles Margaret White 2A-1B Denzil Russell Gloria
James and around the Liuba gave her interpretation of Schubert was a fitting climax for '
got came I
up I
of the twins called after him."I hope
i B. C.
Moreno engineer and Accvedo James Miller
Barbara Taylor Ellyn Evans, Eugene ,
the "Berceuse" by, with Beulah )
the Miss
table appealing evening,
beat her." "I'd like to," Jamesall and kissed his wife Just belowa very Mrs. ,
you Gomez wife of State
Stanley Wood.
: artist, both with Fabal George Henri uez. 2B Will
but said. delectable pink ear. "I agree with Godard. The Andante Cantabile Hrantley playing her violin and Underwood Francisco
Senator Arthur Gomez, left yesterday -! the FERA in Key West who Emelina Alfonso,
are Anita Stewart, Garcia.
you. dear. he said pleasantly. "I was like a song at eventide. Commodore von Mietk-Liuba at 'I
James gave Peter to Aunt Sarah afternoon for visit in'' in Jacksonville
and Aunt Lou who loved him at think we ought to have one Sunday Thereafter Miss Alice Jenks the piano. The composition was! a for conferences Daisy Watkins Helen Archer, 1AI-Joan Daughtery, Alice
occasionally Just to ourselves. its ; Jacksonville and from there will., with Julius F. Stoned Jr.. and Lois Malone. Flossie Key Walter
sight. Peter would be happy with presented "Love's Dream After: rendered with tenderness and I. Diaz. Nellie May Romaguerro.
my only free day. Suppose we go to join the senator at Talla other officials, registered at the McCook 1.75 Rafael Bancell,
them. James had his dinner at the say the Ball" by Czibuka.! Her rendition -[ feeling The provisional theme ; 1A2-Anha Lina Garcia Frances
one Sunday at your mother's, one atAuntie's hassee. Hotel Seminole yesterday. Sara Ann Birs. Jack Lopez, Eloise
Mansion and reached homo at ten was a credit to the music' song closed the presentations.The Mora, Bertha Perez Hugh

o'clock. He was in a towering rage ." and the third to do as weplease school of the Convent of Mary! Key West Melody Hour has .------.- --- --- --- -_. ._ --- Roberts. Joe Soldano, Diana Ortiz. limes

and prepared to have it out with I Immaculate where Miss Jenks is; established! itself as a regular' Mary Agnes Finder John Robinson
Jane. Jane. inwardly more than a Rut this wasn't Jane's idea either i Orvis Kemp Lucette de Bar-
still a music student. event in the musical and culturallife
seemed she felt they ought to
little fearful greeted him mildly spend practically every Sunday afternoon Due to illness of a scheduled of this community and those; [r TODAY'S WEATHER 1 ritt; 1.60, Shirley Fay Russell,
asked no questions said she was goIng : Edna Thompson Elois Sawyer i
the director of the who LEE BAKER'SGROCERY
at her old home,arguing thatit player, group were present last night are .
to bed. Herman :
was also her father's only free substituted with a trilogy of German looking forward to the third concert I Shirley Pierce Nellie Brost. I I AND MEAT
"I'm going to bed myself. I wantto ; Bethel. Lillie Knowles. Eileen
day. Moreover her heart of hearts folk ":\lor ich'' 9th, when vocal
en muss
songs on May Temperatures
read awhile. I think I'll sleep in I I Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Russell Richard i I
Lord. Marjorie ,
the front guest room." James said Jane cherished a grudge against fort von hier" (Tomorrow I must, talent will be presented. Highest .. ......--.--...-.__..____..._.......83 Moderate easterly winds and i Steadman. Virginia Thompson, I MARKETAfter

haughtily and started toward the Miss Sarah for losing James' money Lowest .........................__..........._73 weather partly overcast tonightand
and this 1------ Evelio Valdez, Minnie Edwards.
stairs. grudge unfortunately increased I 1I I Mean .......?.........................?..... 78 Saturday.East weekly
rather than diminished Grana 1.50 del making up your
as Louis George
"Aren't you going! to kiss me goodnight fine Two Guests At | Dance Tonight Normal Mean ..........._......___..._77 Gulf: Moderate easterly ; Meat
?" went on and the expenses and I Pino, Ruth Weissberg. Grocery and list call

needs of the Stimson household mul- Patterson HomeMrs. AtCubanClub Rainfall winds.
After a moment's hesitation James I Yesterday's Precipitation .05 Ins. Harris School BAKER'S GROCERY, phone

gave Jane a hasty kiss on the cheek.! I tiplied.:James remembered suddenly that Normal Precipitation .... 03 Ins. WEATHER CONDITIONSThe 6A-Adolfo Lopez, Florida Pin 655:) and get the best cuts of

lIe was so angry at the sight of I, Jane admired llortensia Guiteras and An "Odd Penny Dance" will Thin rrrr4 rover 24-kur period der. meat, finest Quality Groceries.

Jane's serene equanimity that he I a masterful man and 1 daughter Miss! Mary Guiteras I ... .* at H wVlork thU morning.Tomorrow' PraxedesNarci'sa Vegetables and Fruits and
6B Grace Sanchez.
be at the Cuban Club tonight -
so. sitting on the arm of her chair given -
was on the vrge of blubbering. God arrivals in West Alma/iac western disturbance has
were Key yesterday
Helen Rose Wells. Geraldine select Poultry at LOWEST
knows what sn exhibition he would I, and drawing her unyielding form afternoon from Havana and sponsored: by the girls: of Sun rises! ..... .,.... ... 5:54 a. m. moved slowly northward with a
close Kennedy Marcia\ Dexter. I'RICES.
make of him. elf if Le had it out with against" him. he announced his arc guests at the Patterson homeat the Senior and Junior Classes of Sun sets .. .--. ........ 6:55: p. m. further
ultimatum, 1 will not go every Sunday decrease in intensity, being 5A-Copelyn Ramsey Bill Car- I I
her now. Moon rises ........ ...... 2:04 a. m.
afternoon to your father's and :522 Caroline street. I Convent of Mary Immaculate. central this the nes Raymond Ovide. liENS AND FRYERS
They never had It out. Moon ...... ..... 1:44 morning over ,
mother's, Mrs. Guiteras and daughter The affair will be from 9 till 1 sets n. p. m.Tomorrow'
James weakened first lie could so we'd better come to a j Tide upper Mississippi\ Valley Huron :5B-Edwin Reshore, Johh Lewis ], Pork Ham Pork Should
compromise. have host of friends in *
not. literally could not bear not so a Key o'clock. S. D.. 29.82 inches, and pressure : i Day Ellen Mae Wharton, Ruth Smoked Hams
Jane got up from her chair and refused West who will recall the days'I From all indications: there ,will A.M. P.M.\ .
much Jane's disfavor his is still low the lower Rio
as own bit over : Yvonne White :Jar-
Thompson, ,
.... :...__.... i
all further High 2:16 3:23 Lamb Nice Veal
ter disapproval of his behned. After\ caresses. She was when the late Dr.) G. M. Guiteras, be a large crowd in attendance Grande Valley Texas
Brownsville bara Johnson, Rose Marie Robetts, ,
... .... ..
not to be treated like a child she Low" 9:17 D.3U .
and the made their homein the have worked .m.
the first outraged anger had worn family, I tonight as girls 29.78 inches; while the north Betty Jean Roberts.USED .
itself threadbare. James found him said and walked determinedly up Key West during,: the years the, hard to make the event a success. Barometer at 8 a. m. today: eastern high has I WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY
self making excuses for Jane. stairs. James followed her to their doctor was chief surgeon; in!| A prize will be given during the Sea level, 29.9C. moved southward crested MORNINGS
bedroom and there they argued, they ''''/ !
charge of the UniteiJ) States Public evening.A ,
j over Pennsylvania Pittsburgh,
battled; they found themselves suddenlv I Lowest HighestStation '
.a evening at the head l' 4"
of the 1
Health Service hospital.The good musical will
O enemies and almost hating program Last Night Yesterdaj 30.26 inches and overspreads: most Phone 695 Free Delivery

stairs as Jan offered James her each other. visitors had! been spending!, be furnished by a local orchestra. Abilene .__._n..... 54 74 sections' east of the MississippiRiver. I 822 Fleming StreetDUVAL
cheek for a goodnight pe.k. James '
his around her and saHhumbly. In the end!, Jane cred! and James a while in Cuba with Mrs. Gui-I Atlanta ............ C6 82 Rains and thunderstorms ASlll.J

put arms"I'm I've !been a capitulated after a fashion. Every teras' son, Nestor, who is an of-i Honored At Boston ....n......__ 42 54 have occurred during the last 24

brute." sorry. Sunday thereafter they ate their one ficial in the province of Matanzas. MeetA Buffalo ............ 42 62 hours throughout most of the Mississippi -;! s
o'clock dinners across the street They expect to leave tomorrow Lodge
and in of
Jane had been fearfully upset and Charleston ..n'''_ 64 78 Valley portions 1

enormously frightened thtt James with the Xorthrups.James, however morning over the highway for Chicago m......... 5G 68 the northern Plains and West :

might not give in and own her in the usually left soon afterwards and I their home in Philadelphia. telegram was received last Denver .......*..... 30 34 Gulf States being heavy in southern I I I
spent the afternoons at his old home.
right Several tln.es she l l'ad beenon I night by Miss Elizabeth Johnson Detroit ..... ... 40 68 Louisiana New Orleans 1.02 j,
the point of going after Peter and This latter remained always a griev Club :' from Mrs. Julia Sweeting, who i is .n. inches. There also I It ; MEAT
ance. Why, James could never quite Country .. I I!I Galveston: _... 72 ,78. . have. bcpn light j i i MARKET
having him at the door to greet attending the- Grand' Temple session Havana ,. :?4.. ,t fl& moderate showers, i in ..centralaid .t
figure out, for he knew by bitter experience Dance TomorrowThere I ," -*+>' : 1"? :.j" rni... f
James when he came home from the of Pythian ;Sisters at Gainest '. PHONE 479-J
s'outhe'rn Jipd Ififig'jv* ,
that he bored his wife's Huron ...m_ 68 i .Florida. \ }
office but her mother insisted that I t yule announcing.that; she has continued\ Duyal 'at Petronia Streets
in .Colorado.
family ai completely as they. bored Jacksonv,/ -OG. t; .80 Temperatures
she must not arguing that It she will be' a dance Ial the been made Grand Cbief of Florida .f': , ''IJ
him. i ,I KansaaJC Y'tr.&? ., , fi8.. have rs. ,!nn4lc! upper Mis 'MEAT SPECIALS
weakened now lames would.have the West ; I ,, CARPRICES
upper hand; the rest of their,lives. Mr. Northrup bad Just two Interratshis Key. Country Club tomorrownight 'd : KEY, WEST ??., 71: ,,.. 'I' .8},.. jsslPPf Ya1tY.IItI74t! q,.,fletfr. ,es! I "

In her relief. Jane was both gen family and the making of for members:and their out.I Members of ,KeY'\Vest! Templeare Little .Rock. J... ,,60. .. .:' 82,. iuve'; normal in 'Minnesota J this, ,STEAK. 27c

money. James was interested in of-town cue.sts.; raid to'be very proud over the .... mofhing and are'' ..n-rllf. I Ib'BRISKET -'..
tie and gracious. Making up their Lo Angeles ? (00, .. ,. 4..1. : ; ,. : ,ovjJ!
first quarrel l was the sweetest hour ideas, =in people in Jane, in himself, A Rood musical program: will selection of i Mr!'. Sweeting for the Louisville5G;( ' 80 the.seaso'nai. ayerage over eastern; : r STEW.

either had ever known. For a weekor his clients, in points of law and in be furnished- by a local orchestra. position as stated.REHEARSAL Miami ,., .;........m 72 82 I I and southern:sectionsvibireaJ-l]( I ID'GROUND>> / .......____.. 14c

two they remained drenched In many foolish and unprofitable -- -- .-.. -- ---- ._. _U -_ Minneapolis .... 60 76 ings are below freezingtin Colo' ,
things, but he was never Interestedin BEEF
I I ,
the sweetness and the glory of that I I New Orleans .... 66 84 rado. 15c
money and its accumulation.Talk Every Used Car In Ib _........._.._
recomlng together. But by the third of stocks and bonds, of inter FOR i New York .......... 44 62 G. S. KENNEDY.
week Jane again found reason for ... I I Official in Charge. Stock RIB ROAST
est and investments was to him buta IAt Pensacola ... 70 76 Drastically 20c

complaint dreary waste of valuable time. lie [ The Stores]11 11LOW Pittsburgh .m..-. 42 70 Ib. .?.'. .....
"James will\ not set an hour for MINSTREL TONIGHT the fourth time in six
Sunday breakfast." Jane told her was happier lounging about at his ; St. Louis .. ....... 62 80 For PIG TAILS

Aunt Sarah's, talking or reading or Salt Lake City. 40 58 years, the Texas prison system in COME IN . LOOK 35c
mother. "He wants it at any hour 2 Ibs. ........ ....___
playing with his dogs. lie was sorry San Francisco .. 60 80 1934 recaptured more prisonersthan
. .
he happens to wake one weekat
nine and another at eleven. Its Jane would not come with him, but PRICES ON MEATS I[ J. Jeffrey, who is planning the' Seattle ............ 46 60 escaped during the year.'PALACE SPARE RIBS, (Fresh), 35c

maddening." if she wouldn't she wouldn't. minstrel Tampa .....-....-_ 66 84 2 Ibs ... -------------a.
for the American
James, A glance at the advertisement Legion -
"I wouldn't put with it for a perhaps fortunately did I Washington ___.. 42 74 I
not realize until long after how much .I 10f the Duval Market in this issue: I requests all who are going to take 25c
minute. Training a husband Is just Williston .......... 40 66 Meltzer Motor Co. 2lbs.--------, _...
like training a baby. It's simply a those peaceful restful Sunday after i will give one an idea of how low part to be present at the meet- Lilian Harvey-Charles Boyer in

noons in his old home meant to him ing tonight when the first te- PIG FEET
matter of breaking them In right at WEATHER FORECAST HEART SONG
prices meats at this mar- 25c
are on
the beginning. Once they're thor or that he had been happier there j hearsal will be held. John Wayne in 2 Ibs. -........._...
more his old self, without his wife.Copyright Caroline Street
oughly spoiled there's no doing any I ketEach The meeting and rehearsal will RAINBOW VALLEY
Friday i issue contains a (Till 8 m., Saturday) PORK CHOPS
thing with them." I ( 1335, Hat eel H. Farnham) be held in the Legion Hall p. 24c

"James was spoiled long before I I, I I number of specials for week-end, Key West and Vicinity:' Partly Matinee: 10-lSc; Nights 15-25c Jb .._.+...... ....n

ever got him. It's all I could do to friend James in makes.the enemy'tomorrow camp. tw. I I selling: at the Duval. Ashland. Ky.. recently conducted cloudy tonight and Saturday; I I PHONE 377 PURITAN HAMS, half 24c

I to $10, gentle to moderate easterly winds. i or whole, Ib .......,__
a campaign raise
--- - I
- I 1 1 000 by popular subscription Jot Florida: Partly cloudy tonight:j I CHICKEN ;. 28c

COLORED CIRCLEARRANGING I I ican Red Cross, which was well)) South Florida Contracting and' a public library. and. Saturday; not much changein : Bermuda Meat Market ---- I I Ib, -r--; .' .....-.....-- ,
Engineering begins
received and highly commended.A. Company a biglcal"paign ]I IL temperature. I II

on Sherwin-Williams;L large stock of practically [all Phone 861-W Free Delivery :
IL }Miller chairman of the
paints and enamels with this issue '
PLAYThe ;:[ makes of cars.BERMUDA White at Virfinia Sts. _
-- -- -
Key West Chapter American Red | of The Citizen. i - ---rT"'l': .

Cross has given his endorsementto In a large advertisement in this'I; MEAT SPECIALS SAT. and SUN. SPECIALSBeef .

Cora! City Dramatic Com the proposed play, expressing; I in issue this there line and are a many special real valuesi'I,II Bermuda Meat Market corner us STEARNS Roast, Ib ___ 28c P STEAMSHIP Co.
that be coupon
it will well
a hope White and Virginia streets, is carrying "PASTEMl & 0
Rib Roast Ib ......_ 25c
will which entitles -- UNITED
pany present a four-act drama, ed inasmuch as it is attend-I, the bearer to purchase -I an advertisement in this! issue Clear Stew Meat Ib ,. 20c STATES FAST

"A Noble Ouu-ast Monday! sented for a worthy cause. |I a can of Enameloid and a;;' which contains desirable 1UKH -- MAIL ROUTES FOR
e\'el very I Tenderloin Steak Ib __ 35e
ning, April h). at the Dixie can of Auto Polish at a very pe-i
i | prices on meats for Saturday an.4 .
Theater : cial price as shown in the ad-1 I
for the
benefit of the I I Daring 1934 the federal
:' vertisement. Sunday. I Pork Chops, Ib _.___ 24e Effective March 18th, 1935

Welters Cornet Band. Those who I'I government spent $1,488,400 in I'I -- I MONROE THEATERChester Rib Chops, Ib -,,. 24c Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
will take in 4
part the presentationof developing Pisgah and Unaka 'I
i iI Liver Ib __..., ____.._ 23c 12:20 P. M.Leave .
this high class! drama are well national forests in western North CAR !: ODD PENNY DANCE Morris in Veal Cutlets Ib _.._,_ 3Sc Havana for Key West Thursdays and Monday I

known colored! actors and actresses I Carolina. I Used: car sale at Meltzer Motor I Auspices Senior and Junior I'VE BEEN AROUND Veal Chops Ib _....._._ 30c Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays. and Mon. .

and stand high in their roles.It Company is flow in full swing., Class C. M. I. 1 Ginger Rogers in days, 6:30 P, M.
: 1
will be recalled that the cast Grays Harbor. Wash., lumberjacks I Best prices in months are now.being -; Tonight From 9 Till 1 ROMANCE IN MANHATTAN FRESH KILLED PORK Ticketa..aU...* and lafonMtUm at TIcket Office .. &

of this play presented a similar tell of a blucjay camp rob- given on all used cars in the; CUBAN CLUB Matin z Balcony, lOc; Orch.- Key West Yard Hens, Ib .. 28c Dock, 'Fk.. ... 71

drama come time ago for the benefit I jber that carried off a full-sized I place. Admission -.- "i -- T -T 49. I tra, 15-20; Night 15-25 J. H. COSTAR A,MI: I I1
of the local chapter: Ama'doughnut in its beak. The Meltzer Company has a : -N---- .--- - --.


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