The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00493
 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 29, 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: UF00048666:00493
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Associated Service.Press Day Wire tE. be' 1StP' IDes' Citizen( I most Key West equable, Florida weather, has in the the

For Best 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the ? country range of; only with 14'an Fahrenheit average




Ogden Mills' Denouncement Of GOMEZ REQUESTS New Red Cross Chairman !', Drastic Changes In Future Procedure

Roosevelt Administration', Not, VIEWS BE GIVEN Greets Chapter Leaders

I ON LOCAL BILLS I Of House" Legislation Now1 Predicted

Accepted With Great = Favor .. 11 1--- .
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-- .- STATE, SENATOR WRITES THE 1 i! DELIGHTED WITH I .I'#I""I.I'I 1; Forecast Abandonment In

Former Of Treasury ., rrlllllllll. 'CITIZEN RELATIVE TO CER r SAYS KEY WEST CAN
Secretary i : '
KEY WEST VISit "Further AU Rel

Fails To Score In I NAMED FOR STONE I TRODUCEDState i I "H i OF UNITED STATES, tive To "Gagv! On Important -

Attack Made On Various }
Bal I Senator Arthur Gomez : Writing from Peoria, Illinois I IssuesBy
Mr. and Mrs. Frank I'
would have the people of Key 1 TOMORROW FOR HOMEIN James C. Baillie, who
PoliciesBy bontin of 627 Duval street, i i
West express their views on several PENNSYLVANIA was at on. time connectedI i
have christened their son, II ,
bills he will introduce at the I I with the. Hotel Colonial in HERBERT PLUMMER
which was born on Saturday,
session of the -- I I Key West tells The Citizen .. ..
after Julius F. Stone,' Jr.. I present legislature, II I I Illy Are.elae Pr. )'
HERBERT PLUMMERIlly which! deal solely with matters of his intention to come to WASHINGTON April 29.-
Florida Emergency Relief "Thi, season has been ideal for 1
.,.....1.... 1'rrr.) pertaining to Key West. II ( Key West next year and
WASHINGTON, April 29.- Administrator. 'me and the children. I have enjojed Aside from the enhanced prestige
In a letter to The Citizen under bring a party of Peonies
t I.
Mr. Balbontine is an em.
date of April 24. he asks' that the every moment of stay. with him. the smashing 372
Washington politicians, quick tosense ploye of the FERA and thusly q I I.I my II to 33 victory on
I public be advised of his attitude I So) pleasant has my winter vacation Mr. Baillie says that with.ewer.ce
decided the arrival the social
to name new security bill in the
anything unusual In the and the people understand his de- .A a.d water Key
for Mr. Stone, whom he j I 1 ( been in this delightful city,
for.I' sire to be guided by the wishes! ofKy ____ I West will be the "Paradise house brought the administration
tunes G. O. P., lost j
no claims has done so much for I' I that we stayed a month longer
West and Monroe z:1'i of the U. S. A." He speaks
county. t
{It the betterment of Key West i than leadership i in that body, drastic
pouncing on. the speech of OgdenM t. Senator Gomez calls attentionto ( was intended.. :t I in the most flattering terms
t in the rehabilitation .
L. Mills, former secretary of the1 d!II i we now program"Therefore hare" "* 'the fact that there are four I .i The above was said by Mrs1. 1>. .". of. JJ.ck Golden' a hotel changes in future procedure on ,

I bills now being' advertised under, A, Printzho, with'her'two love- 11 manager'that/ ; he is a fine the President's
'Balbontin.1'' '
"Julius legislative
treasury, at Brunswick Me., in his. name to be later introduced in i ij ly little 'daughters' came: fo Kay: I"ehap''wbo knows.: how to make pro.
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r which he denounced the policies '' he legislature; 'of which deal "' 'friendi for'' "city"and also gram are seen by many. observers
'IIIIIIISENIOR'CW5'S'/ West in the early part of January I
with the future of 'Key West and I*I "home'td'Fedl'employes.'* in *
cf the Roosevelt administration. } and are' leaving for'their home in' t Washington
Monroe county. Two 'of these- bills I "Thereri.- do' finer city in. .
Not that a denunciation of the' are merely confirmatory 'of' the Franklin, ("elm.,'ont' the-highway i 'the...''country1: 'than Key West' "j **'Some even go so far as to fore'cast .1.1

I declared emergency and surrender I {tomorrow morning. I I 'f twinter'"vmt and I am 'r abandonment of future.. .
"new deal" attempts
Mr. Mills is
by anything 6 -BUTY" a.II; >,.-, '
f PLAY FRIDAY of governmental powers to the i t t'Honorable Always before this season, Mrs. always te'lirj people of the
unusuvl. He has.been doing : Dave Sholtz, governor I wonderful time I h:d there to , the house membership
t i!! of Florida. I I I on the nation-wide hu accompanied the latter to Europe I 1'rintz and family spent the win' and the many fine people it
important itra-
on atlmiD
that right' along and with ; i'! A third of such bill; is to cnn i j I REPORTS activities of the I when peace negotiations began following I ter months at some otner point in was my pleasure.. to meet."

much feeling for .jrcral years. TO BE PRESENTED UNDER:''tinue the surrender of governmental I American Red Cross today flow the World War,and remained the &tate. This season it was decided tion measures. The social securitybill ..

What nuJJ Jftfff R vuUrj AUSPICES OF LOCAL powers for a period of two :I j across the desk of a new chairmanat his physician when the President I. to try Key West because of i I'III.lI.lI.lP. repeatedly ,described by
returned to private life.
national in Washington
headquarters I I
or durnig the balance of!!
M years its charm:! and wonderful climate,
...'l'Ieet 8 signi in STUDENTS the term of the governor. I I -near Admiral Cary T. Gray- A long-time friendship with thepresidentelect j those i in charge of the measure as
I II resulted in his selection at described m so -VOLUNTEER' TIME
many newspapers ;
the estmaati' fourth son, U. S. N., retired.
is A of such bills is to give I "the 'most important ever to bs
as chairman of the inaugural;
that I to the of Florida the i Admiral 0raj-son was appointedto end magazines. I
it was (1* before governor
j I'I committee in 1933 when Franklin D. I Just after arriving: Mrs. Printz be considered by an Americanconreu"
this President
'right Important BEING
to post by CHECKED
with without
former 'noNIIt Herbert, Have you ever longed to go' remove or I Roosevelt assumed office. I I
tcured cabana
official Roosevelt, who is president of the a at rest beach *
cause any city of Key I Ima.ny went its
Admiral Grayson a resident for way
Hoover had back down the road of i i*
returned to Palo Alto memory West. Ked Cross on February 8, several and at once the girls began to -
j I of the nation's capital, I
after his mtich-talked-of lane and live the !i years live as happily and contentedly !I the house unprotected by drastic
visit to through happy;; The fifth measure is a joint : weeks after the death of John Barton has a historic home there, and a as : '

the eat. i! days of your childhood again! '!' resolution proposing consolidation'; !, Payne, whose long service endeared farm in the hunting country near I as though they had spent; their, MANY WHO DID NOT SIGN IN rules.

Presumably Mr. Hoover and Mr. Cheer up! The opportunity you I of the several governments into J I him to the country. Washington, where he Is a breeder I lives on the beachesof, Key WeaL I' CAMPAIGN PUT IN' WORK I I It
sent to the
a single political sub-divHoiu The new chairman, who Is known of fine horses. i Mrs Printz told The Citizen I|I was senate_ practically -
Mills had of have sighed for in vain has I
an opportunity seeing J finally
: "doctor Presidents I. who Interested In they were leaving tomorrow morning :i HOURS
j With the above and foregoing! i Internationally as a to Mrs. Grayson Is intact. All but two of 42
each other and chatting while the arrived. For the Senior Class are explanation of the importance and'. ," has devoted much time to the Red Cross and other civic: movements I with the determination of returning -'I I I
former was in New York. If they i going: to present_ that greatest of_ effect of these several mea<;ure.*. movements directed at disease prevention and three young sons com next winter for several :a I suggested changes 1'ronthe floor

did. then it's fairly certain that all masterpieces, a play based on he invites criticism for and agaiiu-tj j and health preservation.; prise the family. months. I' Many persons.havecontributed. I I butene
Scion of a distinguished Virginia hundreds of Red Cross chapter
the future of their inj! the immortal Samuel Clemon's by the citizens of Key Wet before I j jI volunteer time in the Key
party came family: he entered the U. S. Navy as officials and other delegates to the WestJ

as a topic of conversation. j: '"Huckleberry Finn!" I the actual of these introduction bills. or the pus., physician and soon was assigned to annual convention In Washington, THOMPSON BACKFROMBAHAMAS I rehabilitation who did; not 'sign I Opponents of the -"gag" ru'e'
l sage the White House when President had their first opportunity to pledge 1 cards last Summer will have a powerful
S There have been during I weapon in
ome See tooYr'| Ideas : so many requests .
.. .
r ? Continuing the ge1torwrit.fo i Theodore Roosevelt was In'oflTre. lie meet the' -'new' chaiiman, \\"hen- lie I ..<< "...... ( _.r--..' ""\ .
Mills is credited in Mime circles for this play that it is to' "If you approve of the passage of retained his post with President presided at the opening session; of the enlistment campaign and 'the their hands l- from now on. Any

as being the former piesident'a be given on May 3rd-at the : the three bills and fo advise mo, J Taft and with! President Wilson. He the gathering. Key West Administration' today!{I attempt to "crack down" on the

favorite candidate for the,; High School Auditorium. Yes,!'it would indeed be gratifying to !I asked that those persons turn in,
- - --- -- membership instantly will I Ic met
know that I am only doing what; - record cards to the research MC-;:
republican presidential nomina. you're going to see "Huck" again, -----1
is desired for the best interest of I j jour !I tion. tI j i with the argument the house has

tion in ':.70 i provided of course: "Huck Finn", the idol of every, City and County whose welfare '': CENSUS COMPILED SHOWS KEY WEST LIN WITH ERNEST A number came to Key West demonstrated it can legislate on

that Mr. Hoover himself is removed -| boy and girl, "Huck Finn with his I cherish above all other I) I I after the enlistment campaign'

from the picture. I IHe I roguish, loveable, wistful appeal. ;,' public considerations. 'j HAS POPULATION CF OVER 12,000 HEMINGWAY I and others were out of the city at its own and the social security bill

has said or done nothing to!: Nobody who has ever read this "If you do not approve of thee 'I|i -l- 1 I that time, so that there is no record -,t will be cited as an example.

confirm such a suspicion. As aj i'fascinating tale will want to miss reveral measures, I would likewise I I I of pledge on their part I'I Bill Never In Danger

matter of fact ho is on record IIsl)' appreciate being advised so that'!I There are 12,393' person j The population as: checked to' Charles Thompson who was M. E. Gilfond, Key West administrator -;, On the other hand should the
it. Alul it isn't to have ;. li hing with Ernest Hemingway
necessary I know i if I doing the pointed out this
having mid there are a dozen or.: may am dwelling in Key West ratc herewith morn
i read the book m order to enjoy i proper. is given by precincts fiid :Mrs. Hemingway in the waters administration leaders find it
more men in his estimation who; right thing or not in the judgmentof I These figures are the results obtained : i ing that the Administration is
1 the lay. This is a thoroughly j adjacent to Bimini, Bahama necessary later in the session to
would make good candidate The;, my constituents. I. during the coisus just com Precinct Dwellers !> I I I anxious to have a record: of volunteer

Iloover-MilU admiration for oach':modem!. play, packed with laughs, ., "There can be no question of I I pleted in the city by Enumerator I No. 1 i 24 Islands returned yesterday on the time contributed by those resort to "gag" tactics' they can:

: full of clean, wholesome entertainment the attachment and sincere friendship i plane from Miami. who did not sign turn the advantage
other, however sufficient for.: Millard Gibson and Lie corps of as-, No. 2 I>C8 j i persons pledge same thing to their
politicians to know the latter likely -, without an_offensive line of Governor Slioltz for the ,. sistants. i No. 3 Mr. Thompson said that the trip cards. If they have worked a .
would receive the former's'! or situation. i people of Key West and Monroe ,i| In two other precincts in the No. 4 ,, to far which' is for marlin, had total of 288 hours voluntarily in:
1,700 ( While of the *nion
| The play deals, with "Muck's"problems not )been productive of good re- many are oj
blessing all things! being equal. J I County. Neither can there [be any| county Precincts 8 and 10, the: NO.: 5 uccr( II i ij the cajowhere: no pledge was
both childhoodand ijults. other kinds of fishI that the decision to abandon
during doubt in the minds of in Many made they are eligible to receivea any
raises the any my
All of which question I' figures show 568, making 12,- No. G
up 2,635
after. All of his boyish j 1 j I I a,1 l been taught, but no marlin rule '
of whether t the observations on humble judgment regarding the ,,961 si the ertire county with Pre., No. 7 2,376 l| discharge certificate. attempt to place a "gag" 'on
pranks as well his struggle to s j i though number of strikes had I f r
as unselfish interests of lion. Julius' I bill
the "lit'Ilt'al" made hv !Mills before cinct 9 incomplete. I No. 8 11 2 the social security was
the Institute of Politics of i: aid his dear "Aunt Polly" and F. Stone. Jr.. who is fo painstaking ; The above figures not :!| shown the fish were in that re- would be de.
"Aunt Huth": with are con- i i No. 10 376 : PLANE SERVICE !j I prompted by fear it
i are
those! a and who has subjected himself
Bowdoin College are not / tidered final, Mr. Gibson told The gion.As
fine sense of theatrical value, '' i I I his time for vacation had I tfeated house democratic leaders
to national criticism in a
largely entertained by Mr. Hoove. Citizen,,as there are a few homes j Tottl '
howl at "Aunt who : 12/JG1 "X1"redltr.,Thom'lron .went from have different explanation.
.* ou'll} .Polly; undertaking 'to rehabilitate Key,1 ' ( a
himself. loA { which will have to be visited again Mr. FDSTMORROY
: Gibson that the
"\\' must maintain our system! iV'ftwu. *," yoii'll itrrlli-whcn West- and raise' it* people '' frm because of the resident being Ninth Precinct expects returns will be the Bimi" section; toMiahu.on the' .1 .3 > l\;\ They say it was unneeeasar, .

of constitutional liberty." said you see' "Huck" fighting for his' theulepth of despair"1 the high-i ; absent when the enumerators visited -i available within the next two yacht of a-tfriend! 'arid made the: . ,tin '<1i ideals, you' double with mirth lest of tile .trip by'plane-: : '
demon.Ftrated : up ert hopes for ,,the future and immediate !
Mills. "Expeiicnce has the home '
days. With the returns from this SCHEDULEWILL' BE 'RE.HOWEVER prior to consideration of the,measure -
!''wbwi see hftndsofuli t"'n' He said this morning that Mr.i -
you 'l reasonable :
that no other system iscapable !' prosperity :j Mr. Gibson; is ''
j : again asking/ and the variations shown in convinced them the
recheck '
a -
Fred Raymond to and Mrs. ilemingwapwilt'}) remain they say,
trying "In view of above. I "
propose the aml'I'rm11'tt"ll..to M'E
of piodiiring the wealthand thoso who have been,; : ,.l AGAINtHIS'Wii
persons not
of the' other the
to -Aunt Ruth': 'I'onV forget! he guided and advised !'. i precincts, fAr B. whiles They are dnt-the-au-i. bill never 'was in real danger
wide prosperity essential tosuccess. checked the ., ; I
by '
enumerators to '
I exact figures from 'the ,
census a
." the date and, ;c< ine prepared for and pass such legislation as ': advise him state official i i thor's yachtr.Pilar.' t"J j ttER, I j I Even Snell of New York rep bj-}
the m are I Ii iii ill! be furnished Nathan Mayo.\ , "
Observers see a
flavor in that statement., clever amusement that you have their judgment the same as aj i i and comprehensive CUBA CARRIES" !I "oid ate
1 ever experienced.BRINGEQUIPMENT. I'I I as pos.: the rtate will be given in this pa. start that the house was -
A 'Man Of Destiny | child would feel toward its par- i I! fible. I The seaplane operating between
I per. conscious' and that the
--- ---- ents. I i Miami and West will pension
Key makeits
At shout the same time Mills
win! making his siwech, in :\1Rin('. '!I "This letter is intended to take :! -- -- - - - 70 PASSENGERS last trip of the season tomor- bill would be passed. Wadsworth

William Allen White in Washington 1 I each man. woman and child in ; row, it was announced today after of New York, frequently men-

to confer with republican of Monroe county into my corfi- ;, PREPARING FOR NINE COME INABOARD i J the Key West Administration, was tioned as a republican'pruidentiat

l both wings of the party in the| FOR VESSEL HERE dence, so that I may not go far I II t, STANDARD FRUIT COMPANY advised by Miami-Key West Airways possibility in J936. went even further

wrong in doing that which I i Inc., that the service will be
interest I
hope of stirring up in regional I, be-I MINSTREL SHOW \ PLANE :
meetings( throughout: the !! lieve is in furtherance of our ,VESSEL DUE IN PORTI suspended during the Summer.I' "I realize perfectly well" slid

describing: Hoover ture happiness and prosperity.." I I I Service will be started again "this bill will ,
j I I Wadsworth.
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December 15, it said, with
{ was. a
to a group of editors as i man I without substantial change. Noth
of destiny.' I FOR USE BY WRECKING i J f,[ DIME NOVELS OK IN I II ANOTHER REHEARSAL TO BE TWELVE PASSENGERS LEAVEIN ,!j regular .six day a week schedule., ing I can say will prevent it or

"11(' can do nothing to affect! CONDUCTED I Much more extensive service tot i even tend to prevent it. . **
TUG and
WARBLER of the P.
his! own political destiny." said IWhite. I I II I j j Steamship Cuba, ,' Fort Jefferson is planned it was, Pressure From Homo
I sailed Saturday -
I II 0. S. S. Company said and a number of
MIAMI excursions;
"JI(' will become imposiible i I fly .,ea.rlalei I'rr..l [ afternoon for Havana with 57 will be fun to the national L Insider l ,' credit much of the
I monument -'
inevitable. The 1100 t I I
or ,j Wrecking Tug Warbler received VICTORIA''. Australia Apr. I 'I [ first class passengers, 13 second during the next tourist preponderant victory of th1 ad-
iti seat
ver could Curs not-quit.may. be he downward upward; I je-itnday on the Steamship Alamo,]t 29.-Boy*' "blood and thun. j I'i W. II. from Miami 'Jclass) two automobiles, five tons son,' the, company]! ,plans. .,ministratton-the most decisive:
Jeffrey veteran With nine
; its actor -
,j from Xew York about 20 tons of i der" stories are simply the passengers of freight and 371 sacks of mail., it has chalked up during thepres:

mav be a straight._ line." !|i equipment and accessories.: All of J poor relations of literature. i i I and j director, who has under rehearsal i the regular! plane arrived jesterday -i j The vessel returned this afternoon "'.ll: 'II.I !-ent congress-to the pressure:

---- t' the freight was moved yesterday |, say officials of the Victoria I I morning and departed ini i with 93 passengers and of.I 1.brought to* bear on indivldpaal r.

ROCKEFELLER FUND j'from the Mallory dock to the Porter '! state schools. I I I a minstrel and vaudeville the afternoon with 12 I I I this number there were 37 aliens.: '1 TO SUBSCRIBERSIf .1 jneraber"* of congre br. con-

AS AID TO BRAZIL Dock: where the tug i is hertherl.Besides j Accordingly school children performance for the American pa"'IJer8.1 j i Steamship Oriskany, of the' stM CMS''jack' home marshaledInto '
,; I Morning arrivals were: M. E.J I! l
this shipment the Alamo I here) will in future be able to Legion, announces another re- [ standard Fruit and Steamship'I do net receive I an effective organization bythe ,
I Miles; you your
III. t..-. -lf.tr
BF.LLO JlORlZO t:. Brazil, freight for local merchants.: She colored covers without inter o'clock in the legion hall. Vernon. John Hughes, A. Bond ,! tomorrow from Philadelphia will afternoon call telephone bland and''other advocates of substhatev"

April 29.-:More than a hundred arrived at 8:45 a. m., and sailed I ference from teachers. I I As the presentation is scheduled Blips, Mary{ F. Bliss, Layette Todd' take on fuel oil at the Porter a paper will be sent to for the administration bill.,

fatal ca es of yellow fever in diver for Tampa 1:30 p. m. I In fact, "blood and thun. i for and Edwin Todd. j I Dock: Company and sail for Fron- your torn. A complaiat boy f

e localities in the neighborinr der"stories are to be published May 9, the director is anxious Departing in the afternoon j.I tera. l\f.eI\ co. i il on duty at tin office from EXCUSED IN GOOD TIME

tate of Govaz have brought apprehension in the school paper which I II that as many rehearsals as I U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Cara- 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the

to inhabitants of this RESERVATIONSFor has a circulation of 240000. J possible be held before that time,t were: Layette Todd. Edwin Todd, 'tesret. arrived in port this morn.. pvrpoae_ of_ delivering com OKLAHOMA CITY., JudgeBen

state of Minai Geraes despite immediate K. W. H. S. Senior Play p "There is nothing( wrong i; and especially requests every I i A. Bond Bliss Mary F. Bliss,'.I ing for fuel oil) from, the tanks at plaint Help as .fir* you 100 Arnold, in court in this city,

checking efforts undertaken "HUCKLEBERRY FINN'1 4 with the 'Deadwood Dick' I I member of the cast to be prje"ent I II 1 i David Schlein Arthur A. Novell, the naval station. perci service by 'cali.. 51 excused hia jury for a ten-minute

by the Rockefeller Foundation I can now be made at PAGE'S I story," said J. R. Lyall the 1! A. II. Schwartz Elvin N. Edwards Yacht Windswept, St. Vincent: if yea,-do net receive The Citi"lliilll.- recess. During the intermission aD
schoolmaster who edits the this evennig and each succeeding: ; Homer Barton .N. Y. arrived in yesterday of the plaster on the ceiling crashed
of Rio de Janeiro. Medical each afternoon, this week from i Pennock Huey port s:.. .
authorities predicted that spread'i' 4 ti'l 6 o'clock. paper. "Stevenson's 'Treasure I I evening while rehearsals are being I I I I Xorberg Thompson and Emma I'l morning and berthed at the F. E. down on the vacant chain fll'the.

of the disease would be stopped. i I I Island is its big brother.. held, Thompson. '. C. terminals_ pier. jury box. ,



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( bt> tP :at5. (:- tt t:- THE WAGNER SHOW ADVANTAGEOF BUICK SALES i iON ( TODAY'S WEATHER 11 Today In History

}>ubiia CITIZEN>*4 Dally rjDUIjaUING K Qept Sunday CO.BrTUE INC. "In my considered judgment any NEW SHINGLE INCREASE: s...0.---S

U r. AUTMAN "reeI" ." proposal deliberately designed to hurt the 1027-Company of One Hundred -
Tb Citizen a"I14liD. Temperature Tampa .. ... .... 70- g. Associates formed in France
Corner Prow Greene and Ann Street Aimerican workman would be unlikely to Highest . ................_..............8.. Washington .. 56 K2 to send! two shipfuU of immigrants
CORK.BACK PRODUCT COM- SHOWN MELTZER COMPANY Lowest! .... ......._...... ,........... .....76 I Wiliiston .. ... 21 46 : yearly to Canada.
do harm athi Labor
sly Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monro. as much :; (Wagner BINES INSULATION WITH HAS DISPOSED OF MANY Mean ....... .................... ..._....80
County.aater.d '. Disputes) bill." i Normal Mean ..... ....... ........... ..77 WEATHER FORECAST 1802 Judiciary Act of 1801'

: at Ky W at. Florida, aa second cUM matter Such a forceful statement, especially WEATHER PROTECTION PRODUCTSThat I I Rainfall'I j I I creating new Federal Courts and

FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR : Yesterday's Precipitation .32 (Till 8 p. in.. Tuesday! ) making recourse to Federal Courts
when it is made by as liberal a thinker as i Normal Precipitation . .0:; I Ins'l Key %West and Vicinity: Partly: immure easy repealed by Congress.1R91 .
Mr.b.v .( the AsMtUte pees.. business is better in Key I I. . .. . ...
Wide interest everywhere has 'I!>! record < rr : Mr )> cloudy with scattered thunder-
Wallace B.
Donham dean of the Graduate
-.Lj Associated ,Press U .xclu.lv ly eAtltled to ttM : I rndiBK mt S< .>lor!. Ibis iMorniMK.Tomorrow' ,
:.1' republication of aU new 4i.p.tcu*. credited tit I been manifested in a product developed I West, is indicated in the annoturce- I Almanac ; -Coxey's Grand Army of
the or local not new otherwise published credited I.ere.lfrNAJlONAL In. this paper and al.. School of Business Administration of Harvard I by the Philip Carey Com i ment of the Buick Motor Company iI j I'Sun" rises! ..... ..... aoJ.-.,. a. m. "r ',. i'1. ; tet tlu Unemployed) arrived outride

University can not be easily dis- pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. It is theCarey that Jleltzer Motor Company has, Sun sets ........ ... ..-..... C:5G p. m. \! f y 1 Washington.
CMTCRIAl missed. Cork Insulated Shingle, I Bold more Buick cars in the firstquarter I II I Moon rises, ... .. ... 3:oJ 5 a. m. ,
I I Moon sets .........-........ 4:53: p. m. :,", : '1025--Dr. Florence H. Sabmi
which not only incorporates all I of this year than were sold I .
1935 Careful study of the measure which II Tomorrow 'ridesA.M. t.Ili \ 'i of the Rockefeller Institute for
I this locality all of 1934.First ; ;.
the most approved features of in in
)has for its ostensible the entirely P.M. ...: Ii Me.iiial 1 : I Uefearth: chosen the firU
TnI' _SUBSCRIPTION_ nATUline 111.01FIx purpose roofing material, but also has the]I quarter reports received at High} ............. .. 5.r)2: G-21 1 ( 'k 'ri i ib woman member of the National

:Three tonth.llontha 6.0'J.nln.e laudable one of protecting the rights of additional advantage of insulatingthe the factory show} taat 59 tons I Low......... ... .....11:57 I II t I Id}; ': Academy of Sciences.
Month .*, workers to bargain collectively with their home it covers against extremes I and cities throughout the United Barometer at 8 a. n. today: ) .l.t'I
Weeklys. .:*.* employers tends to Dean Don- in temperature. 1 I States already have surpassed their I Sea level, 29.94. ,, t ,,-t .' 1? Lightning destroyed a U.
ADVEBTISINd BATES support Millions of dollars have been 11)34) volume, according to the an- I I Thundershowers Partly Cloudy I! :>*. Navy plane flying over CheFapeake '
Made known on application ham's verdict. If ever there was a measure nouncement, while many other Lowest HighestStation I Bay.
fll'KCIAL. NOTICU I designed to speed the day when workers spent in recent years in educating dealers have reported exceeding Last Night Ye'terdaALilene > .'showers tonight and Thursday;)I .
:rrpeet.All C'U: notice.card, etc of, will thank be,ebarg resolution 4 fir at of people as to the advantages of last year's total rales by more II ...........58 90 i: gentle to moderate southeast; and j States, Sault Ste. Marie Mich.,
:.1.e rate of :o cent a line. of the country will not be able to hold : complete house-insulation, and than :50 percent. Atlanta ..__..__ GO 91 ; south winds. (I and Louisville. Ky., 29.74 inches,

k yottffm revenue for U to rtalnment be derived are by 6 churcbea cent a line.from which their jobs unless they belong to a labor for that reason the new Carey, "Many of the towns showing:, no ton .............. 52 7G j jI Florida: Scattered thundershowrs -', and! Brownsville, Texas. Host-burg,
The ('1tla_ I.I au open forum and Invite tflacna- organization the Wagner bill is that Shingle has attracted unusual I i heavily increased sales over last j Buffalo ......-.... 42 '50I 1 tonight and Tuesday; not:' Oregon, and Seattle Wa;:h., 2l .72
Mon of public issues and subjects of local or general an I are those serving rural I Charleston "."...". GC 78; I II i, much change in temperature. inches! ; while a high pressure areaextends
will year
.arrest but It not |
publish anonymous" commnnlWtlon amount of attention. I
*. rr.easure. areas," said W. F. Hufstader,I Chicago -........... 4C 54 I It Jacksonville to Florida Straits: ;, from eastern! Montanaand
While the language of the bill i is permissive Heretofore insulation has invariably -(:I Buick sales manager. "This indicates -'!t Denver .............. 30 38 Moderate to fresh south and i! the Dakotas southward. into

Walker to Hopkins to Ickes. with respect to the right of work- special insulating involved material the purchase and! theexpense of i!,| a greater purchasing power:[ Detroit .............. 48 Gt southwest! wind over north roe1 the central Plains States. Denver.
ii 1 on the part of the farmer and he, Galveston ..__.__ 74 7C 1 tion and moderate south and! Col., :30.22 inches. Pains: h .veI
ers to join labor organizations and the of placing it. Cullseq'lent.j merchant and a return of a measure ;1 I Havana ............ 74 'southeast winds over south portion -':I been general during the last 21
Key West is sighing for relief with right of employers to enter into "closedshop" I ly, this new Carey Cork Insulat-i'I of that prosperity that has'been I! Huron ..............-34 51 I II and weather partly overcast!I hours in the Lake region and ili-

short pants-and in short pants. agreements with the majorities representing I stantial ed Shingle savings promises wherever to effect sut-j' around the corner' for so(Jacksonville ...*. GG 82;! j probably occasional showers over i sisippi'uItt'y., and it was snowing
{ Kansas City._. 4G 64 noth portion tonight and Tue?. this morning in northern :Min-
their workers, this is of doubtful builder's budget does not provide I many years.
]I 1
In letter congratulating the KEY WEST 76 84 I 'lay. net-ota. There have also been rains
The. only strikes we favor are the protection to workers who desire to pre- for The the use of separate insulation.out 1' Meltzer! a Motor Company Mr. Huf- Little Rock ...... CO .82 East: Gulf: :Moderate southeast! throughout most of the Pacific
clock's-particularly at quitting time. serve their independence from labor or- points. insulation ftader raid: Loj Angeles ...... :50;/ CO 1 I! winds, ever south portion and States, and showers in southern
product provides
ganizations.It new "Already you are on the honor Louisville ..._..... 02; 82 fresh shifting winds becoming Texas. and the East Gulf and
against heat or cold, andsince ,i I' roll of Buick dealers whose sales Miami ................ CC 80 | northerly over north portion. ,i South Atlantic States. Temperatures -
Just a suggestion: Trade with those is highly significant that when the authorities of heat>state that a largepercentage of |I lso far this year have exceeded! Minneapolis\ ...._ 38 58 J ': continue abnormally high in
leakage I
Senate Committee of Education and Labor a New Orleans .... 72 81 WEATHER CONDITIONSA southern reetions and
their total volume in 1934. That'sa J eastern and
merchants who invite trade !I I[
throughthe the it
your through roof t
conducted its hearing on the measure last be passes assumed that; the inula-I I good; I job well done, and I want New York ..... .... 56/ 76 I I' have fallen in the Plains States
columns of The Citizen. may .... ...
to know that have Pensacola - 74 71 : trough of low pressure ex- ; and upper Mississippi Valley
month, the only witnesses who testified as tion feature of the new Carey I I I,sincere you appreciation and you my hearty my I Pittsburgh: ....... 51 76 :\ tends from the Lake region reading are below freezing this

the representatives of workers in supportof Shingle will save considerablefuel 1: thanks. This achievement is too ( St. Louis .. -_... 52 78 I Ii ward over the Gulf States,f'outh.1 morning Montana: North Dakota -
The of and also provide warmer i I :
sweet young things Key West a J Salt Lake 38 CO I pressure is also low this
City amf Colorado.
the bill were the paid executives of ex- house in winter. Similarly in summer !I fine to keep in the family. Your i
are all set for a summer offensive.and the fellow citizens should know aboutit San Francisco .. 52 CC I from the Rio Grande Valley I G. S. KENNEDY.
bachelors might as well look out. isting labor organizations. With so much) upstairs rooms will be made i too." I'Seattle .............. 48 7C westward I II to the north Pacific Official in charge
cooler and less stuffy. J
to gain financially from the regimentationof I
I I ,.
Special posters and :advertisingare
The construction of the new I -- --- -- - - --- + -
all American workmen within their ..
shingle with separate layers of being; used by the Meltzer -
Those in Florida who think Huey ranks, their testimony; can not be acceptedas cork, saturated felt! slate and waterproof I Motor Company to mark the sales I '-.
Long is to be passed off lightly should remember asphaltic cement, combined ; record. '
representing the views of all the workers itoodu'in',4

that this state once bad her. Catts. in the United States. under heavy pressure I II.I.i .......e............... be
makes it fire retardant as well as
For these professional leaders of labor weatherproof. II[Today's Horoscope toy

The administration will make lots of bodies to claim that they have the inter- Handsome color effect are i : a..a.asaeeee ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
friends while spending that $4,800,000 available in the new shingle. This'rhingle i
ests of all the workers at heart when the !
: being! made extra thick::i Profound in thought, expres- To ret the original Davia 100% Pure Paint
000. The enemies will follow when the number of workers not affiliated with any produces deeper shadow-lines making 1 i! five in speech, fond of home and Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE KIKT runMADC

money is gone.Subscribing. organizations is at least five times the a strikingly attractive finished -I! family, this person will he much look, for Davis 100% Pure Paint him often. been ...-) ..
roof. i attracted to and by young people. e. s .w,_* imitated,but never duplicated.
number who is not only incongruous I this Label
are, I
II With a benevolent frame of mind l, 1' Davit 100% Pure Paint conform with &:
to The Citizen means that i but is flagrantly presumptuous.THE I I the confidence of others will bei I all pure paint Law and it the only paint .....
you get the news! of the city when it is KEY WEST IN I inspired, so that be or she will be;\ Q p that carries a guarantee of purity. .._.. .

news regularly and many other readable MERCHANTS SIDE a factor in social life. There is I PAnNT Cook for this Guarantee on the Ar
gain from relatives, on account of c=r
columns besides. DAYS GONE BY their regard for the good 'qualities w.dawn.oono.c.wubanyalrrewuM"wfuurerofnr..reduwo.s.An .
.. I' o.e project ar..aJ.. l>y IM m I&11.. .; and ......_throwth Dealer M 11', .
r This buying at home idea has two Happenings Here Just 10 Y.ar. and the native may rife to ,

We hear much about planned econ sides. Merchants who neglect to advertise Ago Today A. Take From considerable eminence.to THEERDAVlSCa Cstaellitlred J339 BALTIMORE.Mn

omy, but see more of planned wasteful who fail to shout their wares, cannot The File. Of Tt Citiiea II preside here at the regular sessions. -, G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J

ness.-Key West Citizen. And that com.ing complain when buyers, wanting something, tAt
Senator Malone has introduced i 1 1I
from West. Sanford Herald. order it from a catalog where they see it --- -
Key -
a bill in the state senate which the regular meeting of the) ... .
instead of tramping over the town to find if it goes through will empowerthe county commissioners to be held]I II "III. .IiT.4Y. : -

out if Mr. So and So has it. Monroe county commissionersto 1 I next Thursday evening the members ....eeIS.e.e........:=...........................0...... ..............
The N. R. A. code chief of the tomb :1
We know of business; men in Key levy a tax of three mil! not I will be afked by the chamberof .1 ;. .
stone industry has resigned, thus confirm- more, on each dollar, which will!I commerce to ask the Florida
ing Gen. Johnson's assertion that the Blue West who think it is a crime to send money Le used for advertising purpo.es.!I East Coast Railway to extend I .

Eagle has been buried.-Chicago Daily away from town for merchandise, or to h I The money appropriated in that]j i White street from where it terminates -
News. patronize the products of out-of-town conJ J 1 I manner will be scent to adver-i I at the juncture of Eaton ,I SPECIALGaa1SALE .

cerns when local plants and merchants tine Monroe county throughout'1 street and Palm Avenue through I II
t the country. to the station grounds. ,
have similar things to sell. These same I I I .
Secretary Ickes and Senator Long -- I t I -
men, however neglect to do what is first United States court for the I II I A baby boy which has been given .
ought to know that the use of billingsgate I I Southern District of Florida will' the name of Kirkwood Galey!
done by the mil order people, advertise.The : .
is the lowest form of vituperation. It has convene next Monday with Judge!i| Carey, was born Monday morning I) No.1. 70c. ..
Citizen has talked keeping : Lake Jones presiding. There are a: to Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Carey,!i'
either and is "
rhyme nor reason, positively II
money at home for a half century. Most I number of cases! to be tried at,I at their home in Catholic Lane.) 75c85c Y
Tll B S No.2.
vulgar. : .
trterchants and business men have agreed this term all of which are for violations -'r Mother and baby are reported to o
of the prohibition act. be getting along nicely.A .
with us. Some of them, when approachedfor I. No.3.
Crooked officials in other Florida .
advertising grin and suggest that the According to telegrams received party of distinguished Cubans .
towns are reading the Miami Beach Tribune public knows all about them. Others here the senate yesterday passed a I will arrive from Havana Saturday S
with trepidation these day*. No telling bill creating a circuit court for, afternoon to meet General Ma- .
the of
keenly appreciating advantage
When they will be on the carpet of pub- Monroe county. The bill passed[ chaJo_ president-elect of Cuba. Scrub Tubs 35c
keeping their name in print give us advertisements the house one week' ,.urideith. @t who is returning from a visit with ., ..
lic indignation next. large or small, as the circumstances guidance of Representative J.' F;1 PresidenVCooIidge in Washington; i 55.

happen to be. Busto in the house, and it was I D. C. During the stay of the .
sponsored by Senator' Wm. IL Ma, party in Key West the members Pails 30c '
Without an intentional slur of 12 ; I
course, No cross word puzzler will have to lone in the senate. Circuit courtin will be entertained by Cuban Con qt. .

nevertheless the president said in Sunday perplex his brain to discover who is goingto this county will not only proveof sul Domingo Milord ? .

night's radio talk that, his purpose is to get most of the business of the people of a decided advantage; but will
take people off relief and "put them to also materially aid Dade county, Editorial Comment: The folks
Key West. whose circuit judges come to Key who are proud of thier noble fam- t. Watering Pots s qt. 75c 10 qt. 85cDon't .
work. In other words no more loafing. West at regular intervals to hold ily tree often find it impossible .,

CONVICTED BY EYE-WITNESSES court. The pressure! of business in to grow; anything on it.
Dade.. it is said is such that it .
The FERA has taken over Key West I Subscribe to The Citizen. I
can ill afford to spare a judge i wait only limited number
and it looks as though the department of Citizens who tremble over a convic- - 1 a :

justice is taking over Miami.-Fort Myers tion based on circumstantial evidence seldom r------ I will be sold at these prices' .

News-Press. Anything just so it is some realize that innocent men sometimesgo I I I l. isI

thing about Key \"est.Ve need the advertising to jail as a result of unintentional mis- I and -
!I Drop in look over our household :
and trust you have a large cir takes by eyewitnesses.For Important

culation. example take the case recently I department, we have :

brought to light at Crown Point Ind., Announcementconcerning various articles that make attractive :

If the merchants of Key West have I where Edward Singleton, 43, has just
and useful
the goods at fair prices it will pay themto been released after serving four years in the redemption of First and i

let the public know through advertisements prison for a crime he did not commit. He
Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds have been
in The Citizen but if their price was convicted ,because the victims of a

are exorbitant and the goods shoddy and robbery identified him as the robber who made week. by the Treasury. Department this i. Shower and Wedding Gifts or .

shelf-worn the management of this paper wore a mask.

would prefer if they did not purchase Several weeks ago however a young i ; Bridge Party Prizes ;

space in its columns. man was apprehended and confessed the I We would be pleased to have you

crime. He was later tried and given a sus- i consult us I I :

One of the strongest argument pended sentence because Singleton de- '.

against the sales tax is that the mail order clared "I bear no grudge" and "am pleading "Your home is worthy of the best"

houses: will profit immensely, because for leniency." THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

shipments_ from out of the state would be What amends we may ask will society KEY WEST Sooth Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

tax exempt. If the sales tax must come make to Edward Singleton for the

the solons: at Tallahassee should be able to years behind the bars, the lost opportunities #; : Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets :
Member of the Federal Reserve
find a way to offset the disparagement and the disagreeable consequences of } ..................... .................... 4
against the individual merchant. mistaken justice?

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!f. eeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee1,CIRCLING THE CAULIFLOWER ROWt I LEAGUE STANDINGS -..1..a..i..ii.Classified.t..1tl..tMt.t.tttttttttttttttttl Column I

OSCAR PITA Club- W. L. Pct.Cleveland .-.-.-.- .-...........-.........a..attaat tt.aattWANTED

SipR - - - - - - ---------.-.......................... ......._._...._ 8 2 .800 FOR RENT
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l.- Chicago ....._....._._..... 0 3 .750' t
the show at other day in the :
Our friend "Polly" Huau, up any New York .__......_._. 7I .630 BICYCLES WE RUNT the INTERNATIONAL CORPORA-
at Islamorada, Fla., Is all "worked week. i I by I
up" with enthusiasm! over the, I Washington __....1.._ 7 4 ..C36I Hour Day or Weak. Repairs] TION wants men and womento

coming boxing content which I There be an excursion on Boston ...--....--. C 5 .545;) all makes and paint them with i manage business earning

brings! together two of what he I| Saturday,may:May 4, so that all vet- I Detroit ...._...__ 3 9 .250! Xu-Enamel. We carry a full: $150 to $700 month, dependingon
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supply of parts.! Agent for the location. References. Investment
terms the best box fighters in the j erans interested may be able to St. Louis _.___ :2 8 .200 I
Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I $750 to $2500. Field Manager -
UNIT GIANTS SHUTOUT I etate today, Indian Brown and I come down to see the fight showto Philadelphia ........_._. 2 t .182!
VETERANS DOWN\ RECREATION I Joe Gilliard against John Nebo be staged in the high school ,, i I And sell-] them as low as $5.00 I Box 156, (Jacksonville,
down and $1.00 week. We Fla. apr29-ltx
and Joe Ramirez. John will try to ; that night. At least, Polly per
LOCAL TEAM IN DEFEATS LEGION PHILS WINNING3GAME outsmart the hard-hitting Brown i gym is working on on that. Some enthusiast !-'I NATIONAL LEAGUE : Buy and Sell all makes: of used I
Bicycles. Phone 276. J. It.I PIANO. TUNING
all night Club- i i
while Ramirez may spend this boy Polly !I 1 W. L l\t. Stowers 515 Duvalstreet. i

GAME SERIES I trying to rough it out with. the I!New York .........._'__". 7 2778 Ii IiI I company apr9-tf PIANO TUNER, Laureano Moreno -

SUNDAY'S DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED -' Gilliard boy. Who says those vets can't play I I Brooklyn: __...m._..._'.... 8 4 ..CR7j I : Excellent piano for sale

ball? Boy, oh boy, ask those Key Ii i j Chicago .m.._.....?........ 6 :5 .545: i I i I cheap. 1018 Division street.
SATURDAY ESULTSI Pete Nebo, the local fighter;: West lads"ho defeated by !Cincinnati .__________?..... fi 5 .500 FURNISHED BUNGALOIV.' modern I apr22-imo.
VISITORS TRIUMPH IN BASE- I PITTSBURGH PIRATES VIC- with one of the best names in the tOSSfts. :'Pittsburgh m_......... _.'. C 6 .500:I conveniences 634 William
IN SCORE OF 6 TO 5 I CARDINALS boxing game, makes his first!! appearance I'olly and his crew of ball (|St. Louis ........__.......... 5 6 .455: I street. Apply Vakies Bakery. 1 FOR SALE
BALL CONTEST PUT ON IN I ; in a Miami ring tonightin ![ Boston....___...._ ..m_.... 4 7 .3fi4 I Ii apr21INSTRUCTION y

AFTERNOON BY SCORE OF i CHICAGO CUBS VICTORIOUS over three years. lIe tacklesone Joe Gilliard was pointed out to i Philadelphia ......--.-.... 2 8 .200 I I PRINTING-Quality Printing at
(By JOVE) I Jackie Davis, a tough egg in the writer during the ball game I !, the Lowest Prices. The -.Arti -
9 TO 8 The second-half' of the Social ; OVER CINCINNATI REDS the lightweight division. The odds 1: yesterday afternoon- and this boy! GAMES: TODAY man Press. aug7
Diamondbail Leagt e's schedule are on the local boy if Davis trysto I' sure looks like a tough customer. KEY WEST EXAMINATIONS. !i

got under way Saturday eveningat 1 slug it out but if the Clevelandpug 'Seems like Joe Ramirez who AMERICAN LEAGUE !! Immigrant Patrol Inspector.) OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two

(By JOVE) : the Bayview Park field. In the': 4trUI. <<. The ("tb...) I chooses to box on offensive: meets the vet next Saturday night., Detroit at St. Louis-Marberry;;: Applications close May 4.' Men 1 1I bundles fpr 5c. The Citizen Office -

At 11::;0 o'eWk yesterdaymorning first game the Army ten won by !! NEW YORK, April 2 .-With Pete may drop the decision.! The is in for a good lesson in the rough! vs. Thomas. j i 21-3G. Start $1800 year. Full I oct16

the train arrived at the : forfeit from the Garage crew 'i Schumacher's excellent! hurling: .1 so-called Indian boxer has lost a \ and tumble scraps. \ Chicago at Cle\'eland-Tietje 1 particulars FREE. Write in'me-

F. E. C. terminal 1 station and in and in the nightcap the American- :: the New York Giants went to vici -, lot of his fpeed. J, vs. Pearson. : diately. Franklin Institute, Dept. TYPEWRITINU PAPER 600
one special car the Veterans of Legion outfit lost to the Recreation i! Ii After the ball game yesterday Boston at Philadelphia-Rhodes i I* .35 A, Rochester, N. Y. sheets, 75c. The Artman Press
the close the Phillies in a shutout |I
Department by i i tory over
the Foreign Wars baseball club I From the Islamorada camp afternoon Polly was seen parading vs. Wilshere. !| april2G-27-23-30maylx; \f\ aug7o.
arrived here with their new suits; score of 4 fi to 5. I I game-, with a score reading of:comes the news that Indian Brown, his bunch of vets down Duval !: Washington at New York-!! -- --

find a determination t8 win. 1 Hjort pitched! for the Legion i!I 30. Only 29 players faced SchuJI who tackles John Nebo, and Joe street and to a restaurant. The |I Burke vs. liroaca.j i iI -
toys and J. Walker. Jr., for theRecreation '
From the station a truck carried I macher,_and only two reached- ; Gilliard, who meets Joe Ramiiez boys were probably celebrating::
both did well. : NATIONAL LEAGUE
ten, and I
them to a restaurant where they I The leading hitters were I.. I j first. The game gave the Giants' in the Legion's feature double night, the victory.Dr. I Ii I j I Pittsburgh at ChicagoHoytvs. I P & 0 STEAMSHIP .

had a real Spanish dinner. From 1 Hernandez of the Legion- boys, the series of three games, winning \\ind-up next Saturday i I III I j Warneke. I II UNITED STATES FAST
the reaurant the vets taken I }lay1, that these two veteransare Berthe.Ha\ Javis of Ios Angeles -!
were f ,
I Boston--Bivin
who hit three safely in as many two with one tied. II ; i Philadelphia at I MAIL ROUTES FOR
to the Cuban Club to change their times at hat: :McCarthy for the I'I taking the fight serious enoughto is one of.the youngest; II I I vs. Betts.
clothes and their uni ; The St. Loui Cardinals! ,went: ha\e cut out smoking and oth- be licensed practice, '! ': PORT TAMPA HAVANA WEST INDIES
put on new Recreation ten, who hit two in I women to tQ i I'I St. Louis at CincinnatiP.IDean -
forms. three times i down in defeat at the hands of er habits that may prevent them ,medicine under, the rigid California -I I vs. Brennan. .. ,. Effective March 18th, 1935
I i up. :i Pittsburgh Pirates, 3 to 2. Cy from giving a good account of]; requirements. i iI have Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
The new outfits for the vets are In the field. Jack);: Mathews- !j (Only. games Ffheduled). 1201> .-.
steel-gray with green pensiltiipes i I Clements and Varela played well\ 1 I Blanton engaged Dizzy Dean in a i themselves. |I j ji ,I I Ir I'i I i Lean.M.! 'Havana for Iseyf.. Vest Thursdays and Mondays I

> !'!, and green and white stock for the leisure! boys while Bar- 1 hurling; duel, taking the contest i 'I I'r.| Irene Dunne signed] her first'! 1 Cltnrin'e'Plffo and blga;: Harts -I i Leave Key West for Port, Tampa Thursdays and Mon
ings. Across their chests were roo.: A. Fernandez- and Haskinsnlaved I John Nebo, who has been work-; acting contractwith green ink i!I ley won''the j; riiot' and freshman j cbys'C:30 p. M.
the three initials, W. W. V., meaning ', good for the Legion ten. 1 j before a crowd .of 12,000 ing out daily at the high school and has used only that color'ever! ,!! high school state!' medals! respectively -I Ticket, Reservations aDd formtion at Ticket Office on tae I
World War Veterans. Even : Score i by i innings: R. II. EJ' Vaughan hit a home run. a gym with hU brother, Pete, is since. i j for typing proficiency.: Deck 'Ptoae 71

their shoes were new. (I Legion ... 102 002 0-5 9 3 ; double and a single for the Pi ready to meet any competitionthat I Both are pupils of Miss Daisy
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From the Cuban Club the vi-it- Recreation 003 210 x-6 9 1Batteries rates. the Brown guy may have to Subscribe to The Citizen. Stacy of Ensley high school. I

ing team was carried to the ball I I : Hjort and O. Fernandez i ij The Chicago Cubs defeated the offer. And the same with .
Platinum I - -- -- ----- -- -- -- ---- --- "
field. Batting and infield prac- ( ; J. Walker and Clements.! Cincinnati Ht'dsI to 1 behind the I Joe Ramirez, the (

tice was participatde in by the vet. | Summary: Home run: McCarthy five-hit pitching of Bill I.e. The I Blonde) "iron man". ) -

erans. Then the game was call-: ; two base hits: Clements E.: : Reds' lone score was a homer by 1-

ed.The : Hernandez 2, A. Fernandez; stot-\\ Sammy Byrd. Young Johnny, the boxing pro .
batteries were for the en base: McCarthy: ; struck out The Boston Braves downed the moter, is being criticized by all his I

Veterans Griffin and Morley\ and Walker 4. by Hjort 1 ; bases on ,;: Brooklyn Dodgers, 5 to 3, making friends for holding this fight on a !
Wickers and Rodriguez for the balls: off Walker 2. off Hojort 1; '|''I'II it two straight win Van Saturday night. Of course, John' FIRMS

J locals. i double plays: .Mathews: to F'I Mungo was pounded hard on the pay no attention to those com-
The visiting nine scored one in Mathews to Q. Lopez, Barroso to mound for Brooklyn with Bob plaints because he well knows

the very first frame. However, McCollough\ to Haskins; time oCWolmt" Smith pitching excellent JaB for I that he can't entirely depend on

the locals took the lead in their : 1:10; umpires: Leo Lopez the winners. the help of local fans to pull off ............ Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
i .
half of the initial inning when and Andy Gump. I The- Detroit Tigers triumphedover . /
they scored two tallies.In Standing of the clubs: Cleveland, taking the game, Johnson and Todd; Schumacherand ,..,.

the third frame the Vet'went Club- W. L. Pet. 5-3. The Tigers blastedfour Mancuso. : -

ahead by !shoving over two Army _........mm...._.... 1 (0) 1.000 j i Cleveland pitchers for 12 hits including -
players, but were tied when the Recreation ........._..... 1 0 1.000 i t homer by (Hank Green- At Cincinnati R. II. E. BARBECUED HEADQUARTERS'R
Key Vest nine was able to score Administration ..._._ 0 0 .000 a Chicago ......................_.. 4 12 1 JOHN C. PARK SANDWICHES' THIS I SPACE

one run.Salinero. Lighthouse ................ 0 0 .000:: berg.The ', Cincinnati ....__................ 150 MARINE CURIOS
New York Yankees!! down-
relieved Wickers!'! in the Garage ....... ............. (0) 1 .000 ; Batteries: Lee and Hartnett; Prepared the Old.Fa.Lioned
ed the Athletics 7 to 5, with SOUVENIRS
fourth and the Camp boys scored I American Legion_ ...... 0 1 .000 !i Combs knocking a home run during Iac aydn. Frey and Campbell. 328 SIMONTON ST. way SANDWICHES with all the of trimming all kinds -

two runs in his first appearance I The games to be played this :\ the game. Bob Johnson had I FishingKodaks 12 InsertionsPLUMBING
before them. The Vets added two AMERICAN LEAGUEAt
i week will be as follows: 1 four hits .in a row. including two lOc 35c and Films
more in the fifth to take a commanding \ the Cuban Club circuit drives. Cleveland P.. II. E. I TO

lead at that juncture of J i This afternoon I The Washington Senators de- Detroit ....--.. ......--......-.. 5 12 0 Diamonds, Watches and
will the Bayview Park tenI COLD BEER
the content.: In their half of the fifth frame II Batteries: Sullivan and Coch-
; Tomorrow at 7:30 p. m., the The Washington club scored four I Watch and Jewelry
the locals added one more when !: Garage ten will meet the Lighthouse I runs in the ninth inning, whieha't rane; Hildebrand C. Brown, L. : DUKO PUMPS PAY US A VISIT

Rucda singled to left. J. Navarro i j crew.1Vednesday. > them the game. Brown Galehouse and Pytlak.At "We Greet You With a Smile" Repairing
filed out to third, Martinez struck j PLUMBING SUPPLIES
afternoon- theLt> The Chicago White Sox defeated -
out end Rueda stole second and : gion will play the Service team -I I the St. Louis Browns!, fi-4. Chicago R. II. E. ART'S BAR-B QUE FRANK JOHNSON 3.00

scored on M. Acevedo's' single.In : 5:30: o'clock and at 7:30 o'clock,,j This gave the Sox their sixth Sti Louis ....____....._......... 495 PHONE 348 .
the seventh the Veterans i I the Cuban Club will meet the Administration straight victory. Chicago ... <._.._................. G 1 71 Division NO and FLIES-Simonton St* Colonial Hotel Bldg.
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scored one more and in their halt aggregation. The summaries: Batteries: Coffman Andrews _
the locaN tied the count by !'hovn -!! Thursday afternoon at 5:30 NATIONAL LEAGUEAt I I and Hemsley; Whitehead and Se-

over four runr. j i o'clock the Lighthouse ten will Brooklyn R. H. E. well. SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

In the ninth the Key West nine j i meet Administration boys. Boston ..... ......__..___m..____ 5 11 0 I I Jewfish 2: Ib. 35c INSURANCE I
bad a chance to win the game. Na- j!' Friday night the Bayview Park Brooklyn ___.....__ _u... _..._. 381 At Philadelphia R. II. I:. Yellowtail 1
varro singled to left. Douglas sin- '' ten will tackle the Recreation and Batteries: Smith and Hojran! ; !I I New York ....___............... 7 10 0 Yellowtail t Steak 2 Ib* lb_.. 3Se THE KEY WEST *
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glo l to right. M. Acevedo hit to the Lighthouse crew will play the Mungo and Phelps, Lopez. Philadelphia _.__....._...... 5 10 0 Grouper, 2 on Ibf.Bone_ _ 2Sc Office: 319 Duval Street
muffed the ball and I J
-hort who Tamulis
: Ruffing, ,
with !I Service crowd. i Snapper, 2 Ibs. ..._______ 25c SUNDAY STAR
full no
the bases were I At St. Louis R. 11. E. Malone and Dickey- ; Cain, Ma-
the Legion
\\hol I Saturday afternoon I Mutton Fun, 2 Ib.. ____ 2Se '
hit to Griffin,
out. I Rodriguez\ outfit will play the, Bayview Park Pittsburgh -------3 11 3 haffey. Dietrich, Lieber and TELEPHONE NO. 1

threw home and forced Navarro I I( ten at 2 o'clock and the Administration St. Louis ........................ 281 Foxx. Large Select Oaters -
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at the plate .The catcher threw to !
team will lock horns with Batteries: Blanton and ; Try Your Meal. At
fir-.t and I Rodriguez stumbled an.11 the Garage outfit in the nigheap. J. Dean and Delancey.At At Boston R. II. F. GROUND GREEN Key ,West' I 5 d THEPORTERALLEN-
fell. The umpire called it inter ----- --- -- -- Washington ................__ 591 TURTLE MEAT Only"' un ayIKia..n.h '
f ference and declared- the runner] rison 2; three base hits!'!: Voylef, New York R. II. E. I Boston ..._ .. _.....__........... 3 12 '3 Paper art ."
out and Douglas who had scored Griffin. M. Acevedo" : two bare' Philadelphia ..,,0'0 1 0 Batteries: Ha'dley. Russell and Mackerel Business Office CitizenBuilding'' BuJweUer Beer -------- 1K.

was made to go back to third. i i hits: Griffin, Harrison. Voyles,! NewtE!York \: ..!-._--........ 391 I Eolton. Redmond; W. Ferrell'and ,,4 FREE PROMPT DELIVERY/ 'Six Court Dinners, ......
Then A I. Acevedo fanned. j I Kubis J. Navarro stolen' bases: : Batteries;' 'Moore I Jorgens, Ferell. COMPANY
E. ,
In the eleventh inning: the Veterans ;j Ruda. M. Acevedo.- ; Gabriel 1 2; : j In. I I LOWE FISH COMPANY PHONE. .51. .. ,'. 1 __.------- SOc,. Ttie,...4 s. '
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won the game. Lewki, batting Voyles; sacrifice hit: Harmon ; -- --- !

for :Morley\ fanned. Voyles'I: struck out: by Griffin 9. by Wick; t .. .. . .
tripled to deep right. Thompson I ers 2, by SaH nero 10; base on I DELICIOUS
singled" to center and Voyles scortHl. !' ., Our WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
:, balls: off Wickers 2. off Saiinero jih t3 Cc* MVpCa CAKES and PASTRIES Reputation is WrapIT

1. S!i 1; hit by pitcher: Conrad by M1otu il"s.a"ix FQANK H.JoNNSONi To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,
The leading hitters of the :gamewere i Wickers. Io
Navarro with four singles:: wild pitches: Griffin. Salinero, STAR Ib 2Sc

in ritimes: up. and for the visitors. -I i Wickers; double play! : : Harmon i I of THOMPSON'S FREE LARGO, tt 18c;
Voyles, who hit a single, a to Thompson; .lits: off Wickers 3 ,
double and a triple in four times I, runs and -I. hits in 3 innings; (rim I . PRINTINGDONE MARINE MUSEUM V. & S., Ib ISc.

up; Griffin, who hit a single, a of game: 2:10: ; umpires-! : Gonzalezand i J 324 Margaret Street Buy It At Your Local
doubly and a triple in five timesat R. Bethel.RUSSELL'S. i It costs money I Things that your friends will Grocery Storeappreciate.

(>at. Come in and see
In the field. Sutton. Griffin and! I NOT to paint roofs! I. them. Roasted in Key West by
Thompson played well for the Vets ARTMMtSESSCitizen
l1I1a'arro: and Al. Acevedo for Our Readyto-Serre Cake. Your next Lobster Crab Din STAR COFFEE MILL
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if it is
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and did good
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Score by innings: R. II. E.Vet I. have to pay heavily for repairs or a new :I
102: 220 010 01-9 I 12 9 I CIGAR STORE I I ; roof a little later.Moreover '

Batteries!'!: Griffin and Morley. 530 Fleming Street
1 I i the water may get through some
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or Watch E Sympathetic
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ed yesterday accompanied by Miss


f SOCIETY the afternoon for Miami where

:-: : -: NIGHTIN ........................................- .- .-.-.- .- ..-.- Mrs. Boza will remain several

...........................................J.... Mrs. W. F. Maloney who was Charles Atwell Jr., left Saturday days.
visiting relatives in Miami for for Miami -
PARISH HALL"A where he will spenda
SYNOPSIS Same end Jan answered Jane Icily. She was not
Stimto were tery: happy at the leainntna very well for very good reason and Miss Anna Tuttle Weds Orion several weeks returned yesterday.Jack few days with relatives and M. J. Pratt district passenger
of their married hi*, allh -
friends. of the Louisville and Nashville
.noh both had had ntU0ttn0. ber nervousness made her carelessof .
&.'or. th. ceremony Bt alter two James' feelings. Lounders On Afternoon Golden manager of the R. R., Mrs. Pratt and their
V ar. there have organ d9ftn.lt Sunday TRIP TO STORYLAND" TITLE Hotel Colonial in Key West who Pete Nebo little who in West
point ol different/ for one thing. James flushed but be managed to I 1 who was spending son, were Key
Jan lacks tae vouthlut tptrit of : was in Miami for several days few returned the after-
her mat:, lor another Same U a control his temper. "1 made twenty- OF PRODUCTION TO BE a days in Key West with Saturday, in
little weary of *a mfh ol Jane" five bundred dollars last year andthat's I In the presence of relatives ofi The wedding party formed at returned yesterday morning. relatives, left Saturday! afternoonfor noon to the home in Miami.

family. with the a nt wealth.. "htrrd Northruft.Koto. O'rl"' and. pretty good for a man my age the bride and groom and a large,. the door of the church and proceeded PUT ON BEGINNING 7:30 1: Miami.

comparative cairn bath James and In this town-the Judge says." number of friends Miss Anna Tuttle the center aisle to the O'CLOCK I Miss Eugenia Pierce left yesterday Manuel Camus, who was here
Jan art in oood rolrita.Chapter' afternoon became' up afternoon for Homestead J. A. Boza. who left .
The Judge says the Judge Bays, I yesterday Saturday for the funeral services and inerment
mimicked Jane angrily. "You care the bride of Orion Lounders The,: strains of the Wedding March where she; will spend: a while. with afternoon for a brief visit in Miami : of his sister Mrs. Antonio

21 more for his little finger than you do I ceremony was held in the First' from Lohengrin with Mrs. Joseph I i relatives. returned yesterday With Mrs. Perez de Guzman' last Friday

for all of me. Now just when I don't Methodist Church, Rev. George E.!' Sawyer at the pipe organ. The "A Trip to Storjland" will be Boza.B. I left Saturday for the home in Miami
CELEBRATIONAT bride given in marriage by in St Paul's Parish Hall l I Mrs. Alfred F. ind two
feel wetland won't be going out at I'j Summers officiating. iI j was presented;; Hendjy>

THE end of their second year all after a few weeks you set your- The bride was gowned in a. Rafael Solano Jr. tomorrow evening for the benefit children left yesterday afternoon I Curry ::Moreno engineer with
self 1 I i' After the Mr.\ and I. for Miami route to the home the FERA
against single plan I who
of married bliss Jane and James every | beautiful creation o. white crepe, ceremony of the Kindergarten department en was attending a :Mrs Sinton D. Johnson and two
make for having a good time. I trimmed in blue, and carried a' Mrs. Lunders accompanied by I in Tampa, after spending d* .vhilei)(conference in Jacksonville, returned D.
cave a little dinner to celebrate the of St. Paul's Church school. The children Fort Pierce, Mrs. W.
James felt tbat this latter remarkwas I I I bouquet of stephanotis. She was members of the families several I with Mrs. Hendry's mother Mrs.)[ to Key West Saturday. Wright and two children and
occasion. As ,was usual at Jane'sdinners both unjust and uncalled for. so 'I attended by Miss Winona Loim-1 hundred friends and admirers, entertainment will begin promptly Joseph Almyda, and other rela-i'
was beautifullyand Mrs. JG. Mendoza who came toKe
elaborately everything done. he said nothing and Jane went tiers sister of the groom, maid of i( went to the railroad station and at 7:30 o'clock. I tives. l i iMr : Mrs\ Edith Wright ownermanager )' West during the last period
ahead with plans for the dinner. Of entrained for Miami where they of Pirates Cove
attendantas Fishing .
The known Mother
honor. groom's Practically moth.t'r.
I every I i of the fatal illness of their
There were squabs called, champagne artichoke; anew I course they made up laterJamescould John Carbonell. j will spend their honeymoon. Goose; character is represented in and Mrs. J. T. Smallwood Camp arrived yesterday for a Mrs. Antonio Perez de Guzman .
fandangle an not bear to dwell In a statein
of Pigeon Key left yesterday aft- visit with friends. .
which nobody but Jane knew how to. which Jane withheld from him tbe 1----- -- ----- -- ---- this entertainmnt which is being II ernoon for their home after a left Saturday for their respective

eat. The artichokes were the bit of favor of ber approval-and he admitted acted by the children.The homes.
younger short visit in Key West with Hamilton Pinder who
the party, though; tbe ice cream in School Alumni accom-
he might have appeared unreasonable St. Joseph's cast is composed of the
the shape of wedding rings made:: and selfish 1 j l I friends. panied his mother Mrs. Maria Robert L. Wilson of Broadway
Quite a sensation. Association Holds Reunion : : finder to Four Oaks N. C., where N. C., a junior at Wake Forest
Jack of the Beanstalk-George 1\[, E. Gilfond. acting FERA she will visit relatives for several .
had 800 of ready.cut
Nappy with great grace and ceremony tbe host greeted his guests as Knowles. I pounds
SO administrator in Key West, who
opened the front door and happily as did tbe hostess and : months returned Saturday. lumber shipped to the college
waited on table. Jane wore her wedding seemed to enjoy himself during tbe I The Twelfth Annual reunion of of the High School boys }presenteda Hop-O-My-Thumb Greyford was attending a conference of of- where he put together his own

gown and three of the available first two courses as much as anyone the Alumni Association of St.( skit, entitled "Collectors Not I: Roberts. ficials in Jacksonville, returned I Mrs John Roberts. and Miss J. ( ormitory-9x12 feet

bridesmaids their made over primrose present. Then the champagne was I Joseph's School was held at 3:30 Wanted.. This was followed by I Alladin-John Lewis Day. yesterday morning by plane. I! Aisle of the FERA: social service -

frocks. Tbe guests were almost served and Bud Howard unfortunately o'clock yesterday afternoon in the a musical program consisting of Dick Whittington William department left yesterday afternoon -,

hysterically\ gay (due perhaps to the remarked that tbe law business school building. j selections by the St. Joseph's Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Norberg Thompson : for different points on the: MONROE THEATERGary

champagne). must be picking up.r At the opening of the business't School orchestra and a saxophonesolo Three Kittens: left Ey) plane yesterday after : keys to check up relief needs.Adfvaji I Cooper-Franchot Tone

meeting Reverend Father:, Win. by Julio Lopez, accompaniedby { "'irst- Jade; Key.y .,/- X'l n for 1\1'i0'\ lase i I .t, ,n- "

/" S. J. addressed 'the boys' Charles Roberts at the piano.A I Sel'on t auraiBeth;...." Ham I ;i oi'nhthi, artist i witWI) < -p ,
1 Reagan, 1. SX'11 4 J. THE LIVES}.OF A BENGAL,
r ;t" : ;Ji. /i, wi }pointing out the, interest and enthusiasm . delicious lunch. was served ilton. jLg L -a j after:I LANCER '
-Rusc and '
.Th Marie Saw--
t; ,rt".,., that must be maintained -| the'facultY'. . t, 0, 4. byj, *. .:. f'>",. Mr. Mrs. un ers t 1'weeks Matinee: Balcony, lOcI Orchestra
to make the organizntionjmccejisfuL The members present were: i yer. left on the afternoon train yesterday while attending to mattersin
i (! 15-20cj Night 15-2Sc
: : I :: j :'I William Freeman, Mario Rios,i.' Little Golden Hair-Rose Mary for a stay of about one Jacksonville.
"' .0' :' >-- 4if' officers: Rios Charles Roberts, Joseph' Kelly. week in Miami. : .
(" ; t > ': The selected for the Raul I II v iCollins! > I IjjObflb -
,. ....',. h jiq i Sawyer Bert Watkins/ Douglas Tiny Cub-Charles Percy Curry of the officeforce I
; ;: '''>.1 ..' 1 contingtyeat rdH !i ;
< <.>,..... ; : t! (::.; William "Freeman president. McCarthy j I Henry Haskins, Max-!, Jr. Will Baker formerly of Key Hof the Atlantic Coast Line

w, 'v t'. J P.;... ) Henry Haskins, vice president I I( well Russell, Bert Buckley. Sheldon Old Dame-Catherine Conner. West, who has been making his: at West Palm Beach, arrived yesterday

..v ; t' Julio Lopez secretary. I Atwell, Leo McMahon Julio Red Riding Hood-Verlie Saw home in Miami for a number of I accompanying his mother,

: 'b Bert Watkins, tieasuier. !j Lopez. Honorary guest was Reverend )'er. years, arrived yesterday for a few .I who was visiting in Fort Lauderdale -

t \ '. After the business meeting, six Reagan. Babes in the Woods: hours with relatives leaving in I I and other points, on the coast, S
t. .. Girl-Esther Curry. the afternoon. and left in the afternoon.
,. -.-----.- "
------ - ----- Boy-Robert Collins.GoodyTwoShoesBetty.

\J.pr P.T. A. Delegates Chas. Park WedsIn Joyce Mrs. Dolores Del ado. who was I Mrs. Joseph Whitley, before I CROSSED EYES

Cinderella-Blanche Brantley. i spending a week in Miami with marriage Miss Fannie O'Brien of Well meaning people often

Leave For MiamiRepre.sentativos Chicago Sleeping Beauty Harictte I her daughter Mrs. D. II. Taylor Key West visited with friends i advise parents of cross eyed

Ward. : the former Miss Bolivia Delgado,.1 yesterday and returned in the t children to "Let them alone

s! of the Parents- Mis. Nettie L. Park 914 Eaton Mother Goose-Betty Hen returned yesterday. afternoon to her home in Coral II maybe they will outgrow it."

Teachers Associa*ions of Key street of this city announces'the!, riquez.I I Gables. This 'is an error. We NEVER"outgrow"
f I I Bachelor-Joe Austin Pierce. Dr. J. M. Renedo and Mrs. Ren. INCREASES
.i.iRA of her Chas. J. Far-Sight. It
West, formed a gtsup leaving marriage son, [ Wife-Sylvia Baker. edo arrived yesterday for a short I :Mrs.: J. A. Boza, who, was spending with
k yesterday afternoon for Miami to Park to Miss Estelle Valentineof I So. visit relatives in I age.
1rl l I I, Contrary l\Iary-Bat'bara with returning a few days ;in Miami l i. returnPALACE Proper glasses will correct

attend the National and State Chicago, 111. The ceremony i lano. afternoon to their home in Mi this condition without medicine

Conventions of the organizations -' was performed 5 o'clock Saturday!I!I, Cross Patch-Elise Jane Curry, I ami.Ogden. I I or surgery.

afternoon. Georgia Porgie-James Williami
| i I Come in today for a complete -
Members were Mrs. Enrique I The couple will make their!I i I Collins. Fay Bervaldi, Nessa Mae Paul Lukas-Alison Skipworthin t, examination.

'+s Henriquez, representing Key West home at Edgewood Apartment],I Jack and Jill: Olsen, Estelle Albury. - I

l High school; Mrs. James Singleton -, Hotel, 5726 Winthrop Ave., Chicago -: Jack-John Ogden. Brownies-Joe McCullough Andrew CASINO MURDER CASE I DR. J. A. VALDES

111., where Mr. Park has Jill-Ramona Rodriguez.Tom Mumford Thomas Luther Metro-Coldwyn-Mayer Picture
representing Harris school II Comedy and Short Reel I Orthofon Soft-Lite LJcensM
Jane was in great form and told "Or the grain business said Jane and Mrs. Will been residing for the past seven Tucker-Charles Brant. Swicegood.
Doughtry repre- Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15.25c 532 Dnval Street .
some of her funmsi\: stories and quickly. Mr. Northrup dealt In grain. senting Division Street Ahool. I i 1. years. : Milkmaid-Rose Elizabeth Curry Piano Solo-Harriette Ward. 1 I

everyone agreed afterwards: that it Everyone laughed James included Mrs. Sebastian Sabrera Jr., and Mr. Park is an employe of.! .
was a wonderful party-everyone, In spite of the fact that be felt A. Service Printer Inc.. 701 South Simple Simon-Billy Hilton -'
Mrs. Joseph Boza delegatesfrom
that Is. except James. keenly humiliated. He told himself the local organizations will La 'Salle street, Chicago 111.,I Ladd. .

In the first place James had opposed that Jane did not mean anything and attend the sessions. They left which company prints booklets, Jack Homer-Charles Harold

the dinner, said they could that be was a fool to be hurt. A little catalogues and broadsides.The Sands.
not afford it. claimed that it was! an later they began; to chafe him about yesterday accompanied by Miss many friends of Mr. Park I Bo-Peep-Delores Machin.

unnecessary extravagance and suggested Ills budding moustache.This was all Edna Powell, who was a guest of in this city will extend congratulations -: Mother Hubbard-Faye Baker.
instead that they spend the Mrs. Boza from Miami. '!
good naturcd raillery and James enjoyed +
I i to him and his bride.ThomPson's : Baby Bunting-Ruth Roberts. ;
afternoon in
picnicking the Stlr.isou iL"It
woods. I i i Rock-A-Baby-Mary Ann Mat-
makes you look older and Philatelic Society \ chett. ouuucrvu
"If we can't afford to ask our 1 Band To I
fiercer but I think it's becoming
some way. -
friends to fie bouse occasionally it To Meet Tonight I I W ee-Will Winkle-Leo Hicks.
said Julia Millard who sat \ Play At Dance
seems to me you'd better stay down ______ i i i Miss l\IufCett-Zetta Francis
on James' right "How do you like
at the office and work. said Jane It, Jane" I Tie Key West Philatelic Society] I Cabrera.

lightly. -Itesidcs I'll charge the din- "Has James; grown a moustache! will hold! its Spring social gather-'I Tommy Thompson's Dance l Boy Blue-Leon Sands.
ner to Father He never minds." Band, Key West's most popular Jan-
: Humpty Dumpty-George
I never noticed.was Jane's mock. ing tonight promptly at 8:00 at its I''I FROM
An accusation of orchestra, is of'
now .
extravagancewas composed:
ing answer and of course tbls headquarters 708 Eaton street f ,
to Jane like a red shirt to a bull eight members as it I
brought another laugh. James An evening of joy and surprisesthat formerly was j Curly Locks-Virginia Kelly.
for she prided herself on knowing; (hushed a little and it occurred to will appeal ate awaiting: when first organized by Tommy I Tom The Piper's Son-Jamen .
bow to buy and what to buy and! in '
Julia that Jane's tongue was begin those! who will attend. the infor-. Thompson some years ago II. R. Allen, Jr.
never wasting a dollar. If she spout ning to be more than a little pointed. mal affair. I "All the boys are now playing I Betty Blue-Marian Solano I'
more largely than James income
She wished Jane would be more i together again: and are better, Sunbonnet Sally and Overall ;
Local talent will and'the
warranted It entertain .
was tx'rauae her father!
careful Of course she didn't realize i than ever" says the orchestral 1!i Jam-Jessie Michael and Russell ,
encouraged tier to do promises to be "
so. a sue-;
but it was a shame to hurt James I leader. They will make their\ Baker. Chorus: Harriett Ward.
Mr Norlhrup was reputed to l Ie 1 I
that way. cess.The }j first appearance since the I I Baker Rose Bethel Eulee
reor-1 Sylvia
worth at least two million doors p.1
dollars will open at 7:30: i! :
and one of his greatest pleasures Jane however, went on shining.She Jan;7.ation at the May Dance'\'I I Bethel, Betty McCullough, Wilma
m. j
was In Indulging his only daughter ::) mimicked with great gusto tbe I scheduled for Friday night at the|j i Sands, Betty Roberts FJossic Key, ,

He liked nothing better than to have manners and conversation of an Cuban_ Club. J I',William Bethel and William Bur- "1.'JI i::' .' .."1..10,' ,

her perch on his knee.: and explain acutely embarrassed farmer guest Announcement I II ,. ..._, .: 41. j 1, ton '. -. ,

that she hadn't a penny to her name James the week had before brought; and home won for ber dinner triumph Of MarriageMr. I I Subscribe to The Citizen., j I l..L-.Fairies: -Bobby Albury(I. Thelnia ..-:. 7llsun' 1 TO-- i I\

pr a rag on her back and needed of the evening by describingthe !f[ t .:.;. .. . .o.... ,, II -111 '1 r I : r
-- -
dozens of ---r ...,... ; '
things her
poor young dresses and behavior of certain \ and! Mrs Charles L. ROb- 4 l .'''' 'l. :v.. t' "i'' "I I ::0, ,
husband could not afford and her I j! ll'VMELTZER
dear smart old daddy could. wives and daughters of various erts 0.( 513 Whitehead street, ,, announce (4"1'11"1111111-11 1 J JI :
small town and country representatives I the '
Mr. Northrup always wrote her a mnrriage of their : MOTOR
check on the spot and assured I who had been present at tbe daughter. ,Miss Alice Roberts, toI 1 '. I ,COMPANY

James If he were that Jane reception In Topeka given by the Earl :Mitchell: of Atlanta Ga. :1
: ,
wife of the governor, which Jane attended I j
knew exactly how to twist the men The wedding was solemnized on '. !f
with James. 'r WEST FLORIDA
round her little finger. lie was fond April 24 in Fort Lauderdale Fla. L I. -_ ,n :
James, during I this I recital, I r
of saying that Jane off '
was a
chip :1 I
squirmed and wiggled, coughed and s
the old block and that she had twice Garden Club Unit
tried unsuccessfully to change tbe u
the brains of most of the men inNew ON HAVING SOLD MORE BUICKSSO
Concord. subject Some of tbe women Jane To Hold MeetingThe

was mentioning by name were I .i 1 I

wives of men who wielded enormous S d
"T>UT 1 mind" said James grimly political Influence-men whom Garden Club members will .
in answer to Jane's taunt that meet
James had taken tbe greatest trouble on Wednesday afternoon.
her father would pay for their an to win as friends. May 1, atI o'clock at the homeof .

niversary dinner. "He paid for our, James made up his mind then and Mrs. S. W. Dougless, 830 Division NINETEENNEW
last party and the one before that.I FEATURING
I don't believe: there is another there never to take Jane over to street, according to announce- IN THE ENTIRE YEAR OF 1934
Topeka with him again-if be could ment made today.
young couple in town that entertainsas
get out of It He was relieved and All members are requested to BEAUTIFUL MODERN
often as we do. i
more than a little cross when the be in attendan'e."A .
"It you'd spend less time

cases for shiftless darkies taking who were evening gone.COPJT'Dhf.was. ended and the guests 5 BEDROOM SUITES To those who, by becoming new Buick owners this year, ;

never pay you a cent instead of turnIng I
( ISIS Matte 17. Famnam) Trip To Storyland"Benefit W '
down every chance you get to WITHIN A PRICE RANGE OF
make money perhaps 1 shouldn't St. Paul's KindergartenST. 4 I have helped our dealer to this proud position i ,Buick's
James endures .. ." .
a small J
have to ask Father to pay for things tomorrow. purgatory PAUL'S PARISH HALL 5 64.50 $99.00 . '. : .: I t

Tuesday, (Tomorrow TO thanks and You have
- -- -- ), i congratulations joined a numerous
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To Hold LuncheonAt :. Adults. 15c Children lOc I
1"1111'11111"III h: BEDROOM SUITES, refinished in :
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family of loyal owners.
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Library RoomsAnnouiKeii.ent I .' ..' .
Beautiful Ivory and T A A
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--was made today I! SPEND KEY WESTCOLONIAL I Green Enamel ......._... 3)-) .UU UP invested in your Buick car has brought you the' greatest- .!. ,

that the \Fother-Daughter Circle YOUR HOTEL MODERN METAL dQQ7JC|

will hold a luncheon on May 11, ; BEDROOM SUITES Jft JLOO. J O UP value Buick ever built-and the finest of motoring.1To ',"
In the Center of the Business .
at 1 o'clock: in the afternoon, at I VACATIQN !
and Theater District FREE with each Suite sold during this Sale-a

the Public Library rooms. Reservations -I THIS YEAR INFLDRIDA = : Beautiful Rayon Silk Bedspread own a Buick is to display sound buying judgmentand
for the affair can be made _
CUss-Fireproof !
by telephoning! Mrs. W. J. Phelan! I I Sensible Rates I i 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH WITH. I It I
402, before May 9. iI to enjoy the utmost of motor car satisfaction.:
An installation of officers of / or y slur HEALTH!I : COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI 1 I
the Junior Woman's Club will be

held following the luncheon. i&//IIIIIIII't l lla \\\ Carafe El T torPopular I LONG'S FURNITURE : J J ; ,


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