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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Associated Press Day Wire : Key West Florida, has the

Service. Ji.W.t5 Ct ((t tttcn most equable weather in the

For. 55 Years Devoted tot; e .. : country, with an average

_Best Interests of Key Wf, It 0 range of only 14* Fahrenheit

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VOLUME LVI. No. 52. % KEY WEST: FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS;

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New Senators 0 Are .Keeping WM. _BATES HAS HationaLGuard .On ,Duty At MANY VESSELS Has Roosevelt Been Stopped? I


I FINE RECORD INROTARYCIRCLES LACK EQUIPMENT


T raditionnOl ItfSiIit t Year" Veteiinfamp'. At Matecumbe; I NOWNECESSARY_ Capital Waiting For Answer I


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Many Attendants tlrt 'I IIIII PRESENTED WITH LOVING No Disorder Reported As Yet INFORMATION AS PERTAINSTO VIIIIIIII.I. Political Foes Advance

OF
CUP IN RECOGNITION FIRE EXTINGUISHERSAND
I WORLD,FAMED SINGER __ I LOCAL ANGLERS

Surprised Over Action VISITING KEY WEST LONG UNBROKEN RECORDOF Pursuant to orders received ': any overt acts on the part of the II OTHER THINGS AVAIL. ENJOY. OUTING Theory That His Domi-

Of Newcomers In Ac- ATTENDANCE from Adjutant General Vivian ., men. 1 I ABLE AT CUSTOM HOUSE nation Over CongressHas

Phil Coleman world re- I Trouble has been brewing for!I II Members of the recently
Collins, at St. Augustine, 48 members -
tivitiesBy a.wa.d singer, was a pleasant I- I some time at the camp he said 'I organized Airplane Angling EndedBy
William L. Bates member, .of tke. Florida National and While there are a number of
caller.. at tke office of Tk. II of Monday one of the camps of j I Association composed of the

Citizen this morning for the local Rotary. Club, has just'received I I CuarJ5 with Major William V. AI- i approximately 400 men, went on ;< vessel owners who have incurred employes at the Airways

HERBERT PLUMMER, ckat with' the puklisker.. a handsomely engraved I ",4 strike. This strike was brought : penalties for their failure to car barge including the landingcrew BYRON PRICE
ell,. A.I..... Pm) loving cup, presented in recognition i. : Lb;,. Captain Leslie Russell and about ((hlrf mt n.r...... Tap A....rlate4I'rrnm.
Mr. Coleman i i. tko holder by a number of agitators 1 .... .
WASHINGTON, Mar. I.-Habitual I Itla. i I ry an improved type of fire extinguisher enjoyed a pleasant \\ **)
.f,- Royal. Gold Medal won of his unbroken attendance' Lieutenants W. C. Harris and William lor camp lawyers, who were unde.1 fishing excursion Wednesday So many things are invoved* in
: frequenter of senate galleries record covering a period of 18 I sirebles and it de : on their vessels, they
was his 'ire to
ia open competition with the : E. Roberts, left yesterdayafternoon which i. the one day in the the legislative stalemate at
this session have been father greatest :.ka.*o profundos in years and faithful service. I I get rid of them to prevent any thought they were complying with week there is no arrivals or
The inscription the reads for Matecumke. further disturbance. 1 Washington that there i ia wide
on
the writes A. J.
cup law Angle customs -
world audition heldin1 .
departures.In
tke at an ,
disappointed that the so-called To do this he felt that the '
"Presented to William Lawton I I presence : disagreement just where the
Royal Albert Hall Len.d.nEnla.4'iAOctob.ttmL. I Tke contingent of officers and of a strong force of armed collector for Florida. the fisning party were responsibility
of Bates 'Bill' by E. C. !ThatCh I
headliners among the new crop : Men .i joi_..* .rc30 deputies I men would. have the desired effect i, There are a number of motorboat Miss Betty Maloney honorary lies.

senator have shown*. ...-u.to .*- '.',)II IIO\_ Thatcher, Goven or proeideat.1,Clem.*Price and Tko theory advanced by Mr.

tli. kalljrhoo .wkUk. ... t Flft i...... tftl nwi.....Itt" District Hotary'Intteoatioaa t1'lb'' .n.eLIUrif'.. ' Xarl O.I I11aci.p" I could be gotten out.of the capip. with,tthe regulations and.it would .,dBenjarnin&Jlrs,1mernbers, oftL."ta.du.c.crew" I Ro.*ovelt'.Apolitical: foes is that
live
up t. ruai211351: 10 behalf ofUh* without further trouble and
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; any
"'.;.a.o..11&1:cote..I....... ,- ".*",& rt-Jat .t ;joined' be ,well for''them ,to familiarize: and Miss
KefrWertiln the men will return to work. the balanceolpublic. opinion has
RtiyCIubof :
preceded their arrival ia Wa kiaw ,'% iuJcse ei.a.... Jef"' I4i1.u' br Mf*UU."bj .nt* mcatJUttcry "D.'I It was learned today that ,the themselves with these laws re I.lima.Louise Wilkins as gaeit.V.Wlala .
*tftlet'tUaJ' i.\\ recognition,.atendance ,unbrot: \ .the.weather was not turned against him at last, and
ton. ;.. itillt tkeih.proW'j. disturbers were men who had, garding. the:necessary equipment
reewci.and\-laithJli1iB .f Jdiai,- .OtherSjajab" of the I
... .........., .t..w...... & 't ... "' : stressed a demand ,for improved to be carried, on vessels both paBenger I 'C uctlyuthe beat fort fishing that this will.JxsUke/ end of his
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Bilbo of Mi; U ppiffor ,0.' tary. service fart the.:pa conditions the reinstatement l tc $ a.winds prevailing.withI
.. to"" U, " MiaS-battery. reached camp this srnitary -( carrying and domination
: 'Not only is Mr.1-:Bates;proud-of of certain committee members < nonpassenger I ( the accompanying IL over congress.
ample was expected to rival the ):.Thie> !I. Mr. CoI._.'. first : the cup but also of. the ,record mraag.B. I I who had been rejected from carrying.New waters the catch was one' of The President's friends ridicule

visit, Key,West. H. I which was maintained on nume'ro sI regulations the best of the and
lenate's fore moat Mtractieafluey to came | the camp and also one man who' recently issuedare season that view.
in Many of them
I occasions when strenuous action M. Puncan: engineer had in available for owners of the anglers returned late in say resentment
at) tke suffestioa of Mayor been serving the capacity vesfcel
Long of Louisiana -wkn .ka I i and speedy travel was required on and the afternoon wet but I ,over patronage distribution
Ch..c.,., of Taaipa., and ... i .charge of bridge Operations on the of superintendent! and a scale of / carry complete and comprehensive happy
I and other .
purely
took his the Miss! his part to attend meetings.One wages for skilled labor equal to instructions for the and with appetite sharpenedin administrative
seat. Instead
p+ctl to spend'a few day instance is especially! deserving key, I left.yesterday afternoon with { that being paid civilian workers. three different classes! of motor- readiness to enjoy the prepared policies merely has resultedin

,ipp i firebrand solemnly ....UIIC. here... of mention. While. in Can.! the troops. Before departing he The question of food U not an boats and the equipment necessary I results of the catch. a temporary revolt.

ed upon hi* arrival: lilllllAMAJOR" ada Bates.in 1932 Mr. Bates vacationing looked with ov.e.hi;Mts.j' t told The .Citizen that despite a item While in the Major list Albury of grievances.of Key: while These navigating.instructions cover white IVII..l.JJl'IPIMANY There are those who put much labor
esponsibility organized
i on
"This; year is to b. the Bilbo itinerary and discovered that it I number of wild rumors, there had West is nominally in charge of the lights combination lights. whistles, : whose leaders were offended by

AND MRS.SABINI was Rotary meeting day and he been no excitement: at the camp I troops at Islamorada and MateI bell, fog horns fire extinguishersand OFFICERS I the automobile code settlement.The .
year of ..ilence.OfRivaling was far from a meeting place I cumbe it was understood that Ad. life preservers and specific
'
amendment
wage"
"prevailing
i I There was a chance of making but steps were being taken as a;jutant General Collins was to arrive ally shows what type of vessel is
the interest of I of which stoppedthe
Bilbo in PLEASEDIVITH I I II adoption
: Canada PURSUIT GROUP
the In city in
meeting one held precautionary measure to offset on the scene today. i iI to carry the different classes! of progress of the work-v'eIie,
{ but alas their meeting was I equipment.
the galleryites Ohio's new _
was
: STAY HERE I It. (r the day previous. Consulting! his There is also provided a long WILL VISIT HERE! bill had labor's militant backing.
senator Vic Donahey glowingly II calendar he found that it might : list of names of manufacturers ol I Still another idea speculated

described in advance notices as I j! be possible to reach a city in New I SEVERAL )HUNDRED ATTEND OPENING ; fire extinguishers and capacities I I upon by politicians:: is that Mr.'
t" :T !I|I York: in tune for the luncheon. requited in addition to the other Roosevelt who likes games i is: just

"(,1. large and two-fisted a pro. VISITORS LEAVING OVER i]I With all desptach! the car was OF ART GALLERY HERE LAST NIGHT :1 information. all of which it H BETWEEN FIFTEEN AND playing with congress; that he is:
:!|started acrou the line into the! deemed advisable for the motor f quite willing to sit back and let
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duct of the green hills of neal! HIGHWAY THIS MORNING United States the ferry.wai. reach I boat owner and operator to be. TWENTY TO ARRIVE ON the legislators quarrel and tear

Tuscarawas and bearer of the CLAIM' THEY WILL RETURN j i I p ed, the trip across the river:accomplished I Key West'* Art. GalUry -In :ke ed last night included Klir A. come thoroughly familiar with. Al PLANES' ;.PLAN :TO.PUT ON I each other to pieces, believingthat
: in safety and. he .arrive f Beck. Alfred ''D. Crimi Adrian J. information can be secured .at the in due course to they will
greatest vote-getting name in the AGAlN:>EXT WINTER 1 1I I jurt in time for the luncheon and -Caroline street Lowe House was Dornbush, Richard Jansen. Avery local custom house. - I MANEUVERS "'Ef"CITY'Between \Ielnonatrate'rUttit"JJf4| td"' .. _

jto I preserve a perfect re ord for t when Johnson, F. Townsend Morgan. complish anything without his
formally opened last nigkt
history of Ohio politics. [ attendance which has been successfully . Peter Rotier Eric J. Smith and leadership. .

But Ilonahey too cho:
Mrs. ''Sabini and children who the present. Hoffman will have work in the I Whichever of these premises
Already he has served notice: I and winter residents visited tko j I the 20th. Pursuit Group from
wee spending the month of Feb-;I ---: gallery.The j FALLS OVERBOARD I! may be correct there w no dispute
admire of artwork coolness of the night was: Barkesdale Field N. Y., will' which of them is the most
"I haven't made a speech! in .the ru ry.In: K yWest, left over the LIGHT TENDER f allery to the array i
forgotten during the gallery open-I j interesting. Any supposition thatthe
senate yet and probably will not highway this morning on the return T which las. keen- turned. out ing because of the warmth of the i FROM IVY TODAY come into Key West Sunday President definitely has lost

throughout the session." to Boston Mass.! where the I| IVY SAils FOK. by,artists ".r. connected witk the. reception given visitors by the hostess morning to spend the day it was I. his grip on popular sentiment has
; major 1 is| stationed., : committee. Mrs. Edwurd 1]I the widest of possibilities should
It I. Traditional jThat Major Sabini and family OUTERCHANNEL Florida; ERA in its rehabilitation Bruce a winter resident long interested ENGINEER IN CHARGE SLIP. announced this morning in the : future events prove its sound-

After all, however the attitud, *:'e: delighted I with their stay was t of Key West. I I the committee in art,and was others chairman serving; of :, PED ON GANG PLANK; TAKEN local offices of tk. Florida ERA.I I ness.The legislative work of the session

vi4eneedby( the fact that they l' 'with her who added to the atmosphere The officers will in I
in come
of Bilbo and Donahey is keep More than a half hundred water TO MARINE HOSPITALFOR hardly can: be paid to havebegun.
were; desirous of prolonging the TEMPORARY LIGHT STRUC-'1 I of hospitality which pervaded plane!, it is said and are scheduled . Appropriation bills, carry.
with time honored traditions ol ..
ing: 'colors tad caseins, aad nearly the entire old house includedMrs. EXAMINATION to set them down .
fisitland would( have remained TURE TO BE ERECTED IN i at the Pan. ing the routine provision for continuing
the senate. Only "Kingfish" Long {or: Another month had it been .; a dozen etchings were exkikited Julius F. Stone. Jr., Mrs.\ American Airport about 9 a. m.1 the regular department:

has so openly defied the custom possible for the to have his !! PLACE OF NORTHWESTBAR William H. Malone Mrs. William During the day. they will of the ;government have had mo"
major I
LIGHT| on tke opening night, and virtuallyall R. Porter, Mrs. :M .E. Gilfond and : Chief Engineer Harry Perez, guests of the Key Wert Adminis-j| of the attention thus far. Not j\
that for the first year newcomers furlough extended. RANGE FRONT Mrs. Carlton B. Hurst. I 1 of the Lighthouse Tender Ivy. tration. and efforts are being t single one of the major administration -
to the senate should be seen rather Before leaving they were unanimous I I .of them'drew. fuor Lle'com.. Opening the Art Gallery marked was taken to the Marine hospital made to complete arrangements]I measures has been written
in declaring that when next
than heard; should spend their winter arrives will ment from those visiting the gal another step in the life of the this morning following an accident eo that the officers and planes will) season they return Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed. Caroline street Lowe House which which befell him while board- participate in some maneuvers

time acquainting themselves with for another stay. this morning for Northwest Channel .-:: Ury. has stood for some 70 years at the.,injthe.iyessel;; this morning over the city. .". I ILUhch'ean I I I That definitely means that,jtnkes if the congr"lieUaway.fron.J4e
I now !
rather than At the housing department of "
procedure taking part entrance to the harbor to.a' corner of DuvaJj, and Caroline; f h J 1 r as.,preparing._,to''!salt I tlbP&vSflMt I ( Del-
u'JX
: vy } sm-1
in the proceeding1 the Florida ERA in ,Key Wesit, erect temporary' structure" 'in,'1 f That the opening exhibit was a I : A ,mdl.l'It kadcd'? a4"4Iowv'1n"lf ; i' ,Pxexident.
( ,:{ streets ,, tt+ -nUM,,1 f9KtitheINgrtfi} ihanu"en'tze.iTlprchie takes!; it n. to what:
The fact that was learned that requ.es1& I)1ac: -platd of Northwest1' Bar' | success and that the work being f ;;ni2'trc tr1tJtl1 ayray}: ;jeponse
Long projected : ? : range Captain WUJipn;,! ,Alexafid r iws.yno'rnz at regard's.
commodations \ ,being done by'the ten artists here withj 'ill it .**,,)a. majority reaction
fqr Marchare bill )I"
'
r have' b'eeni
| said 'to I' 'Rdt1l'sIi.
himself rather violently into the ''front 'light, ., L Lowe At onetimq.ffofnLuent'merchant alonjpj the, plaftlfjoW,8jd ? ef"lJ! pefJ ncminsf td ?'TlnosveIt
gang the
; policies,
received from""umber,of the reKef' administration has '[ i'li
i vessel.' j adlfnitfnterest 'TflJi?' "ff'f?$3 ;
demolished .r
renatorial limelight within a few bja 4nd ship.IWi5t.pt,;, Ol"'jipspered. s..precjp\ \tated. into tIe'tva. groufr i and
will j be. ( !{ wj h. ?kturJ'l; : t lqpeAtio"" of public(
folks who if and !
come they can is' /' d'j that .f't1i < !! value were ) WOi?( I 4fEf
It" l1dento l
day of taking his seat and, by hit T ] i e'y. n..dur\ng,i. beC4x\ l )'far! ..,fIcr'! 'tJ.r.. c's &Itf.b! 1 .tj r Ph'pf.ar rljcxiwj, yttleil in a mantne .
; with
lack of regard for those little ; assured!!! ,. of$ accommodations.: damage was done by either"th. )} Maae.identbythe' avidity I i and it wa,4th. latter, **#t.. {, .Ail! SteppardmflmWrrof 'tfivceVA 'lPlel "tenlP lt ,,;: ani"th! < < which
to fa
And, there are, being ,received: -which the visitors studied the It u ;. } migh turn{ ont
iimemtie- to which mot! senators ,:Tug1'Ontario' \ or'one: of two barges, : fthat; period that erected .the ; plunged. .jnto' kRc .trrbr'ta'Kt 'it' r'tt"r;{ .fitS!; .'
for domiciles ndapartmt'nts : 1 fc .he. I : eje.w : exactly opposite to the trend of
adhere-.(). religiously, has managed I many requests be for 'which the tug had In tow, 'whilecoming ;','works. [I t fine old homer bringing. much'.of, :.vrcr! ,Uwas; saTU. ,and assMcd r r lbrtfiG!' required'1croscoun: the past two years. .
to guaranteed ;
to keep himself there createdthe through'the channel entering -, Shortly after the doors of the the timber used/ in it aboard his Chief Perez in keeninc afloat Un.til .I try flying done by student flier '
winter I that the whole theory
the of 193S3G.NEW It
impression among many that I season the harbor. 'gallery opened the familiar gold jrhips i from Central and South I he reached the ship and climbed I I -- I|I of the means to
Mich things have been forgotten.I I The damage was reported to()I star' label started appearing on to safety. recovery program up
America. | :SEEK PROGRAMS !j I date may be superseded by a new
They expect another Long in a I ARRIVAL AT 1 the lighthouse department head the paintings. Captain Lowe appreciated the The chief was suffering from and different theory.
man, who like Bilbo in the heat of quarters by Captain C. D. Harrington ..! VThe formal opening of the pal- finer things, and soon his home shock and the fall into the chilly
a campaign promises if sent to I VALENZUELA HOME' ; of the P. and 0. S. S,, lery was considered successful: in became well filled with fine pieces water. and it wa! Washington he'll 'out.lIu.y i Cuba when that vessel was re" every tense, for, despite the cool of gold. silver and other metals 1 that he be taken to the Marine It is interesting to rpeculats
lluey"; or in a man such as! Don;. I turning this morning from Tampa"' night hundreds went to the Lowe and glassware and crystal. Last hospital for examination a!* I I what a change it would mean if

hey who stated in his campaign 11-: It was also reported that the f. house to see the display of the art night he probably would have to his condition and to determineif I : congress should clip emergency
leaflets, "111 not pose as an intellectual !: Mr. and Joe Valenzucla. tug or one of the barges was in L ists. {looked with favor on this new use the fall had caused any injury. I I COPIES LEFT OVER FROM "LA spending to the Lone, refuse to

: giant." announce the birth of a 10-pound need of assistance! and the tug':| Those whose work was exhibit- to which the house is being put. I: I II I SEMANA ALEGRE" BE j I reenact those provisions of NRA
at their home Division'! captain had asked that assistance:1 about which there has been loud
girl on
The fact of the matter is that . CONTEST It
the senate today probably as I[street last evening. I I be sent at once. I I ---- -' :ESSAY DISPOSED OF popular complaint, or do any or

much as ever before retains Us Mrs. Valenzuela was before her, This information was given tOt! j F- all of a dozen other things which

dignity its jealousy of traditions I marriage. Miss Delphina H'de.1 J Charles Taylor, manager of t he-' NOW UNDERWAY ,( have been proposed from various
its in'itence on senatorial cour Both mother and baby are doing Porter Dock Company. Mr. Taylor Join The All-Florida CommitteeIt Because several persons have' quarters. :

tesy. Senators such as the "kin,. nIcely I at once had the Tug Petrel asked for additional copies of._tM idIot! coarse no one speaks of such

fish" may flout them but they remain made ready with an extra supply 1 IN CON. program; for ',4'Lemana Alejjre" a development except as 'a bare
PROMISE of gasoline! and a powerful volunteer BEING CONDUCTED I II' I Key West's week of I Mr. Roosevelt
just the same.BUTCHERED KEEPS HIS i pump was physically impossible for the workers of joy aged possibility.; With
I i in the event it was shown that\ the All-Florida Committee to call 'perso'nally on everyone in i I' NECTION WITH STAMPCOLLECTION last week, and sinCe .a 'few !rnrerd. fA
AT FARM SNOLHOMISH. Wash. In1 I i the tug or barge were leaking j this community. Do not fail to join bimplf 'because: you were left.hey will be'offered.to those would have great difficulty in.
I
1896 Joe Mallett, a rancher living The Petrel sailed shortly after, not aiked. The movement has been I endorsed by President wishing thDu'AOtJYeni.nlCt.! ( ..a*i deed, if. it. tried to .take, matter*
JNot did, near this city made a.vow. 110 o'clock and returned at 230| ttooi4e elt. Senator Duncan U. FletcneC rnor'Sholtz and i mementos to send to,their' tomf i jpto..itown, hands. A series of
TIFFIN. O.- only that be would never again enter I o'clock reporting that the trouble'had other national figures. The AlNFlorida Committee is an unselfish I cities, it was.announced today .f compromises> would .he the na-
thieves steal a cow from the GuJ'Jump i the town if William Jennings Bry- been cleared up and the On. .., litka1"-and II I This is your daily reminder of The pro alJlJliean( be fibUutal i I tural expectation.
farm, near this city but I ant was defeated for president tario reidy' to proceed on the e .organiuti.on-non-profit., non-p nonpartisan ; the Essay Contest. It is not difficult at the publicity department. Since'! It may be that Washington: will
stimulate "i industrial
at the -de&igned to agricultural;' and (
they butchered it right that year. He has kept his vow. vovage.It I ( to write 150 words explaining the week of joy Is over, the extra'1 not have to wait long for the answer -
with the - commercial: -(to combat the forces of depression by {
farm, and drowe away was learned this! afternoonat progress j "Why I Would Like to Start programs will be sold at a nominal to a legislative puzzle which
I aggressively going out after more business$. through a con
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meat.PRESCRIPTIONS WE ARE FEATURING the lighthouse headquarters Collection.
a Stamp price. it was announced. i/or the moment is baffling.HEFFNERVINSON .
New Style Bedroom Suites that I, that a lighted buoy was placet),. by structive program Qf national advertising. Every Floridianand | The person submitting the best I
fit the working man's pocket- the Tender Ivy. just 50 yards friend of Florida should be a member. Your local chair 6 essay will receive at the closing I CO.
I I book. In beautiful fini>he#.i I north of the site of the old man is your voice on the Executive Board which will finally r exercises of the Stamp and Coin Johnston's. and Whitman'sCANDIES
You can be assured that your priced: at lew than 10000. If structure. j t determine the most effective means of expending this fund. Exhibition beginner's album and!I l Presents Tonight and Saturdaywith

doctor' prescription will k* <*tf you are in need of a Bedroom I As loon as the weather abates' ..Send in your dollar for one year's membership to state headquarters 150 different stamps. Half an 'I Saturday Matin

prompt efficient service at"':' Suite it will pay you to investigate sufficiently a temporary stnie i All-Florida Committee 316 Greenleaf Building hour of effort may bring you this From 5c to $3.00 "THE CABARET GIRL"

GARDNER'S PHARMACY I these outstanding values. I ture will be erected at the} location ';J ...Jacksonville. Membership card will be mailed to you intriguing award. KEY ,WEST: DRUG CO. Pk.... 117. Pare' Soda FoanUl .

LQG'S!' FURNITURE STORE I. where ,the range light was ,promptly. Address your essay to P. 0. I .. and Re*rv. Your Seats
Pkoa 40 Free Delivery
PhoD 177 Free Dfliyery e
I. marl-It, destroyed It was aaid. -j : : Box 333, Key West. -3to6P..M.---

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AMERICA AWAKENS '............................................... lature will ride with the cabinet

1b t .pit' t5X CttlW UNUSUAL FATSREVEALED i ,BEHIND THE LINES The 'Inside Of The NewsBy tin the question.

.. .. Sunday ByTIII I OSCAR M. JOHNSON
uuiUb l Dally Except There signs that the
increasing
are I I occasioned
'No surprise need be
: t rnxi\: I-HILISIILNG; : co. INC. -WMwieSbodigfie: 'f I I Ii It Ie..e.a..9.eTALLAHASSEE ........................
I_ I.. AUTMAX. Prrkldrat. political hysteria which swept the United Robimon 1 lit f the governor should; recommend -
From The Citizen Building States for a few years is passing. The war S. t ,. Fla., Mar. l..will be called to the legislature in II to the next legislature a
Corner Green and Ann Street. -,, RELAXED FROM HK -Clay, Collier. De Soto, Dixie, support of the contentiolthat, !!sterilization act to render impotent -
people are getting their American feet ARDUOUS ROLF tN Hendry. highlands Lee, Monroe, psychiatrist-control would have,p the capacity of mentally

<- n'y Daily Newspaper In Key West and Monroe I back on firm American soil, and the dema- l > r THE WHOLE TOWNS I Pa. 0. Tailor and Union counties prevented such conditions.. . The I unsound to procreate and multiplyin

County. i gogues who cry over the air and through a TALKING'SYCREATING -I 11 of them-asked for no new governor was first to call the> |I Ipublic's I their progeny additional feebleminded !

.,;)tora at Key West, Florida, as second class matterFIFTVSIXTll : the '-the Musketeers of Utopia- A Highway construction or other projects attention to the deplorable or insane citizens . Tho
pre f NEW SYMPHONY from the state road department conditions when, early in!t same with desperate criminals.
""" 'VKAH may find it harder to carry on. It is no j. .? ; *'' 'i FROM PORTIONS this year. -The 56 counties 1934, he advised that the institu'
Mrmbrt t.f the A..*rlalrd Frr.. longer popular to scoff at the Constitution . rQ's rf OF4O PIANO which did propose projects asked: I tion's inmates were without pro-' BENJAMIN LOPEZ
:h<' Associated I'ress U exclusively entitled to user 1 BOLLS.t i for of $ 03OOO each FUNERAL HOME
g' f an average: housing and medical I
credited to per proper
rt-t ul>lUalU o( all new diapaUbca I or to poke fun at American institutions -
",i not otherwise credited sl In this. paper and *!. / I . .Dade was highest with a request -1 attention because of the legis EitabluW. 49 Year
the.U. ai news published--- litre. which have carried the standard of t I' ; in exceo! $2,000,000and lature's failure to provide{ ade-10'I Kr WM. Ol U.t
-
-- living in this country far beyond other r 1 / I ,: IIc It j Okeechobee lowest with a I quate funds . The cabinet )i 14-H.ar Amkulaac Service
NATIONAL EDITORIALASSOCIATION) ) lands. : j plea for only $10.010..The 15 against medical management and I LlB ... $rbal.erPlea.

) JJ ) I /i 1 i ii west Florida counties! all |put in I sound opinion is that the legis I 138 Night 698-W
<=/Ye.LA.et. 1935 In New York State the legislature is
but the total only
1 ___ .. requests! was ,
__ ____ ,, I -
students fifth of that urged: in 1934an
Sl'n'CItU'TIO); RATE enacting legislation to require one
-;.. r.ar _.._.... .._. .___...___'IO.Ot the 'f I, average of $130.000 as
state
sot who enter colleges supported by
,::'.4onth 1.'==:::.:'::==.:::====== 2SI : against: !! the sll-tate average of I
\,-r. :Month _.._..._. .__,_'.__ .11' in whole or in part to take the oath of alle- Iip I II I $403,000.
'w 'Uly ._ .::._ ...._._- .21 giance to the Constitution of the State and The Never-Tiring

Ma.n known on VIUT1S1\G application.M'HCIAL. : HATKS Nation.The ; Edmu Lowe \ Another piece of advanced I:g. I tIi III GUARDIAN
with Jack Holt / lation expected to be advocatedby .I
:\UTICU' Congress, Representative avo HAD Tow / i.i-'t r +'
cartl of thanks, resolution efoitoary the which there of
1.; id'nK t\titt on
r' , notices, etc. will t>. charge4 for atuf Virginia Jenckes, Indiana's woman legis- WEAR LONG RED 1 iVslviljIl if I comiderahle opposition in your
:\1 cent a lir.e. FLANNEL UNOERWEAR wml t .J i :ay be
lator, leading the has before it a ;i of "frwdom of I.eeeh" 4FJi HEALTH
," ',s for entertainments by churches from wblckta way FOQ A SCENE IN t 1, r, F the name | I
> to be derived are S cents a line.uta.n
taw
a paternal
resolution the of Old is a syndicalist
'.. : W an open forum and Invites discus- to require display 'THE BESTMA.N ? I
public trades and subjects of local or general WINS. I after that of California. Georgia
Federal building. THE ICE MANWho
: but It will not publish anonymous communl- Glory on every ; and other states. .Such a law it
i
,. .
; William Randolph Hearst, the publisher Id ij is argued,vould put an end, definitely -
-- ---- -- /7 \ j iI like clock
appears
is full-blossomed ,, I to the right of agitators to
conducting a /
the radio has caused I =
Anyway; : tome runic into this state inflame the = work every day of the year
poop to listen more and talk less. movement to drive from colleges professors I I mind of minorities, enrich them- = with a load of pure health-

teaching radicalism. \ \ I Iimmy i -elves through fees collected from protection?

Alabama is the most fortunate state.It These: and other moves prophesy a axlv tDurarrfe I t the gullible. YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course,

four rougher road ,ahead for our long-haired y HAS COPYRIGHTED THE I
s legislature! meets only every- . WORD 'SCHNO7.1LE'KEY . I Those!'; who are aware of thefact He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor
friend seek to stir class hatreds in
whQ I : of
\\i that State SuperinUndant
vcars. ... ; this I Il intends
I country. t __ Public Instruction Cawthon -
-
President"Mendieta held-out a long .:.............0....-.1 to ask the legislature to submit I
SUNSHINE ON HOLLAND a constitutional amendment CALL NO. 8
time in unruly Cuba, but he is now facinga .- l WEST IN Today In History: > j! abolishing the state superinten- II

serious" opposition that result in his *" "'- may ..........D. QDO .' FOR PURE ICE
fall. Unlike Macha'do he is \;ersto It may possibly be surprising to some DAYS GONE BY i I al!!'o to abolish the present state
588 Traditional date of death! the
to know that one of the three countries in 1 board of education comprising
using: the mailed fist. It looks like a casef Happening Here Just 10 Yeari I of St. David, bishop/ and i patruustint I srovernor and members of the cabinet -
'you'll be damned if you do and be the world upon whose territory the sun Ago Today Ai Taken From I of Wales. I and creating:! in its stead a I
never sets is i little Holland (Netherlands), The Files Of The Citizen i new state board of education com-
damned if you don't"Ten I II 1781 Articles of Confedera! ICE REfRIGERATORSMade .
whose homeland area i is only 12,582 prirfnjir seven laymen to serve
tion for the general government over-lapping terms of seven years
I
President Roosevelt square miles. I The publicity committee of they I of the Colonies ratified. each with power to name the state
ago
years But such is the case, the other two Overseas Highway A'sociationI I1753l0 I
political
superintendent, is showing of All) Metal-Equipped With
va a visitor in Key West. He held no met in the ofifce of Captain Clark i iD. i
countries of which the same is true being I : ( year: a oVht't) i is fortitude indeed. .No one seemsto
public office then, but was vicepresidential I Stearns this morning and decided known as the first agricultural; ) take issue with Cawthon that !
Great Britain and France. WATER COOLERS
candidate the year previous. This to give the greatest publicity I !society in America this is the intelligent thing to do.
The foreign possessions of Hollandare to the action of the voters of Key the Philadelphia (OrganiZed-I but his friends, wonder if it is the '
month he may again honor us with his far more extensive than the average West when they approve the bond Promotion of A political thing to do. They're Economical I 100 Per Cent
presence. That would make his fourth issue for $2,650,000 on March 12. l

'i.'it, having been here in 1913, 1917 and. person would imagine. Besides Dutch After some discussion it was decided -!i 1845-Joint resolution for :111-1 The subject of the administration : -I Refrigeration Satisfaction
Guiana in South America, they include to put the results on the i I nexation of the Republic of : cf the State Hospital at
1924. air in order that all parts of the Priced at
two principal groups of islands, one near as signed by President Tyler.: Chattahoochee is ever one for

the coast of Venezuela, and the other em- world may learn of the progress debate, it seems . There ap-
Under navy regulations, Dry Tortugas i being made in Key West. I 867-Nehraska admitted to to be no let-ap on the part
pears
bracing Sumatra, Java, Celebes, parts of Statehoo'1. $30 and $35EASY
; a closed poll and therefore closed to alii of certain groups of medical men
In advertisement the first
an on
Borneo and New Guinea, and a large number ,
to keep the fires o lay management -
I
commercial or pleasure craft but this prohibition of The Citizen is carried an ,
page 1932-Charles A. Lindbergh,
of smaller islands scattered throughout burning . Those who are TERMS-10 DAYS' FREE TRIALThompson's
has never been observed as any- ; announcement that during the I Jr., 19 months old. kidnaped from
in favor of psychiatrist-manage
the East Indian Archipelago, extend- six months sales and resales ,
one may visit the place at any time. Thereh past dur- : his home. ment of the great institution: oj ...............
amounted to $1,407,000 and
ing over about 45 degrees of longitude.
ve been excursions by boat and recently Because of the situation of these pos- ing the past two weeks $307-i understood when it i is shown that I' 4,000 Tcrward inmate hopefully population toward are looking in-*

several trips with sight-seers have 000. "Years of experience in the thf game ended with the score at
sessions and Holland itself, the sun never fluencing the next legislator to Ice Inc.
sale of Key West and Monioe I 4to3.:: Company
been made by plane to Fort Jefferson.If their ]line of reasoning! . Thratly ,
sets on the whole Netherlands domain at county property. have fitted us to I
time. expertly handle yours," the ad l :Miss!\ Alhertina Cato attractive overcrowded conditions, the,
medical division
any understaffed! and
Haile Selassie, the emperor of I IJ raid.: f! daughter of !Mr.' and Mr!<'!t. Thomas
During a certain portion of the year, multitude of other short-comings ts
II. fiato. has been invited Cuban
by
J hiopia. who claims descendancy: from I
when the period of daylight is longest, the A negro giving the name of Edwin i Consul Domingo Milord to !'pon"orthe I
King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, into sun never sets on United States territory, Nealy was arrested Saturday i Havana Y. M. C. A. basketball i CIIATI.li 'II.I.lI.lIII.I..I"II.l ljI
\ 'r ted some extraordinary wisdom it will night when discovered in the re!'i- I team during its stay in Key I ----- .

(v ;',(' in handy in his tilt with Mussolini. but during the shorter days there is a dence of G. B. Patterson on Caroline -I''West. The Married :Men's\ team, \
brief interval when all of the United States street. There was another which wiil play the visiting; five l .
Hut his inheritance may come from the and its possessions are in darkness. negro in the yard at the time. He I toni ht. will he sponsored> by Mi's\
ran-i'ie, side of the house in which case succeeded in getting away. The I Clara Carbonell) it wa said today l

did the I one caught was seized by The 'bung will)) be seated .
he will be inclined to yield as women :
SEE THE RIGHT SIDE s WHY- .
bors and taken to jail. neigh-I': in special reserved seats in the .
I' "
tamous iuecn. Cleveland Niles and Laurie i balcony during the game. ..*< "I. !

Does the average reader of The Citizen erts made a thorough : '
good; honest men seldom, ever get seek only those articles which the premises but failed to find Announcement has been madeof I I 1
expresshis ,
the negro who escaped. a delightful affair planned) for ;
angry with an editor. They generallyknow I convictions Is he afraid to read .
own the home of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
that most editors care'er little th. thoughts of men who attack his Editorial Comment: Many hus-!I Park. The enteitainment feature I'I'I Send your money to mail order
bands in Key West are slow in will Le Web} Social with ,
,;I t" ut money except just enough to keep a a Spider
cherished opinions? L he, or she in
.*'-. 'tit' home. They know that editors are getting up in the morning, hut I delicious refreshments.The !' houses sell less? 1
i short, concerned not so much with being they should at least get up in timeto I, when we for

r ;Iy of that particular type of damfoolMi'twn right as in being upheld? enjoy the breakfast their wives I U. S.S.. Hannibal arrived t .

as idealists, who want to see every- The answers to these questions will have been getting ready for an II i in port yesterday and will be here
hour for about two weeks. There is a I
or more.
I
I treated fairly. The printer uses a I Ii I
:: serve as a good intelligence test not only -- i?i large number of officers!'! anti men ;

i ule. the editor the golden rI(le. Theya for readers but for newspaper editors: as 'Question; Who is the best hoost-I'I' on the ship who will] be- Nen' regular -j i A Complete line I

hard boiled at times but underneath er? 'Answer! : The tourist : shore. liberty. I II !
well. How many of us, in reading'what
I
Press. the world that Key West and the I I I
Minnesota\
f M>rt as a kitten.- another writes, attempt to secure the fair Florida Keys comprise the American There was a wreck on the Florida ; -

------- -- intendment of the authors? Or, do we Riviera. I East Coast Railway yesterday bakeware to

:: 'oc'n in Key West::: which should !I \\hen seven water cars! were derailed I
impute false motives and fan ourselves into ;r-thu; ha..e-I
Hundreds iasti( at Rig Coppitt. Movement of
'I. ; II': :m much about relief-rollers: as any a hot flame of indignation, readily ball fans witnessed one of the cars and trains was delayed for I (Approved by Good Housekeeping )
I"! '. The Citizen remarks that the Lord'st West' .. I
in Key hours
springing to the defense of our own posi- best games played several;
have been amended to"Give when the Key I I West i I,, 1
> -r seems to yesterday 4
tion without the
bread answering expressed questions team defeated the Indians at the I M. :Morales!' and J. Marl-ovitz:
1 in this: day our daily I :
that arise with us? Army barracks. The game was ,I recently purchased! Lot 12. in
-d." Despairingly:: it add, "And toI The best editorials are those that invoke pregnant with exciting moments I' Square) 7, Tract 20 from the Monroe I Aluminum Pots I

,I with t.he.It of the brow i isn't be- clear thinking, not the ones that provoke I and tense situations which can be Investment Company. ,

',, Some of the fruit .
ne anymore. -- --- ---- --
rage or encourage passions. Every ---- -- Etc.
in Central Florida, unable to hirer I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Skillets ,
is' IS
question has, it has been said, three sides, I ,
> ; bemuse the unemployed were coati THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
"my side, your side and"the right side. If
ith relief doles, will agree.-Miami I OF KEY WEST
you are really intelligent you will always .
: New .. a* at the close of busmen December 31, 1934 best"I
> : be for the third side and will
looking you 1i
Comptroller's Call Castiron and Steel Pans and
never find it until you can see the other RESOURCESLoans
The nalike most federal arm, apptais -
two sides. and Investments .... $ :::0.C3.43;
( = to the public mind to be bound Overdrafts __......__. 71.61 .

nl with red tape, as well as an occa- ROOSEVELT TURNS TO RIGrtT Banking House Furnitureand
Fixtures ........_ 33.032.33: Bulbs
il stripe of gold braid. But Lieut. \V.l' -- Conds of States and Possessions Light i\:

;Jackson, in charge of the Key West The Brain Trust group ithin the States _of.-_the_-United------ 139,370.68ether

ft, yard, helps to destroy this theory by Administration is complaining that Presi- Bonds and Securities 74,204.02 Cords Plugs

lL\;' notable! co-operation with the Key dent Roosevelt is leaning away from the Stock of Bank the Federal Reserve -. C.000.00 I I I;

West New Deal experiment. The little- "left wing" and further toward the right. Temporary Federal Deposit .


home of the FERA. From commodious fact, as one after another of their kind is ment Obligations direct i :

<. in the heretofore sacred naval basin turned away from the inner councils. and fully guar- I 0
1 anteed$832.744.73 Florida & E
there flutter flags of a dozen swanky Apparently it has never occurred to Cash and due from Banks 495,168.97 1,327,913.70 I I 40 South Contracting 1F

yacht clubs. The navy's outmoded fort- t them that the President tried their experiments $1,888,235.79LIABILITIES I |

: nt Dry Tortuga soon will be dedia ( for two years and finished up Phone 598 +

national monument and tourist much unemployment and bigger $ 100OQOOO
:/; a with as a Capital
I Surplus and Undivided Profits ... ___._... 55.007.4 Tour home ia worthy of the:
mr t-t'''. And behind all the sudden change deficit. So now he is justified in trying Circulation 100,000.0ADepoeiU <

toss( : moved the tape-snipping scissors of principles which have carried this countryout 1.633.228.37
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Lieutenant: Jack n-Miami Daily News. of other depressions ., . -. ; ;:. ..:.' r.,1888235.79 -.I.1.1.1.1.1.1.1II.1.1I'I' I'
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MARCH 1, .1933. THE KEY WEST CITIZEN" PAGE THREE

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n KEY WEST LOSES

I a E ,TE'i 'I BASKETBALL GAME Classified Column; I


A RAID-FIRE ROMANCE OY EVAN EVANS. :

SPORr rs I -- I..a.............+r 4..................... ..

SYNOPSIS: fhe Montana KM anchored: that one leg which he II I INSTRUCTIONS FOR RENT
and Mateo Kuora kai entered the 1 I could grab. DROP GAME TO LAKE WORTH 1
tore of Uuraya, and ttoicn the emerald I
crown of Our Lady in otilcr Then tbe arms of Rubriz were l I I TEAM THIS MORNING' It I FURNISHED BU GALO'OR
to rrttort it to tlte cUurcli from t PIANO-Thorough individual instruction
"which/ .. poienor stoic it <. tkttrtt mastered. That was how the miracle I RENT-All modern conven-
place. Hut totita. rile glee who BY MERE POINT at reasonable ratesCharles -
bappeeed beyond the belief of any I I
Aoicftl Montana horn to enter the Roberts Studio 013 fences. 632 William street
;
tort hat betrayed them Uontma man-that Mateo Rebut was taken .
Valde
Apply Bakery. feb23l
-- ---- ---- --- -- --- --- --- -- -- -- Margaret street.
has escaped with half the crot&t ; prisoner;;; standing: without a woundon j
Kubru. pretending to be a laborer I
repairtni a door has beat titopvrdIv bis body without dealing the I Ry a mere point Key West Highj marI-2-4-.8-1I-13-15x. l BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING
,
Inn officer tcith* "him.ho are Qrnl.*
rjr .1 Jfcw bnilscs.. MISCELLANEOUSI II. i.I
.
.4".1.t !1 PHONE 152-M. dec20
the Lake Worth Capers:; in the first
.' .X {They tie 'Chapter JtT t 1.
.""H.U ,I Vck. They tied! each arm to a guard. (By GRAVY) I game of the district tournament I. ALL MAKES RADIOS REPUR. j{ Subscribe! to The Citizen!

"'P'SCOVEPjYr' ...:..1 any..boj>JUcd his t -.t.lD: this Casb- | Some of the fellows were sick-;,( into his pockets and put out the t ---+- > played! at :Miami this morning The ED by authorized radiotrit'ian..

yNDiwh ra. did you cps l4,l' ;'ii.. ij 1 1:1. h-'HI: hppk...through the ;rom* were sad; some had important i.: hekels for said Swinky and friend. l final score was 18-17. I Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela.
'1 The diamondball between
link shirt" asked another business and some were jist : Willie had very little to say and game This report was received by I street Phone 8661.
"I lost my pass! and my shirt t '-nc r Thc tl isr;shad';oDe down the'brit tC 'UK* blamed l.1y-1 mean to gout for a long time it looked like he the Busy Bees and Lopez tent i feb23-lmox: !

ing forth*'i&Cer&tS&SffiiSSZ"Hai :! ; m y 2Vf': :' noise of it i. and play a round of golf yesterday i would fail to show up at the !hlPI !j hieh: was scheduled for tonightat i I'rofe-sor Horace O'Bryant from 1
I! the ?" e. .':'ii! I i., 1 1'xrd: passing like a wave Coach HuJJIeston. The panic was
Are I ; ;
you one on one of the most beauti- per. Well, Willie, you can't always Bay view Park to decide the winners BICYCLESWE
I
They both began laughing. nut :.11 t: 1/1:;u Oqray.1 *. > ini golfing days! we ha\e had in along i win Still it seems that Sam w&s ; I scheduled for 10:30 o'clock.
of the first half of the series,
the common soldiers their face take I :\ ,.'' o Itubria; was captured! time. 0; course, if a guy is I Ii taking all the breaks and when 1' ;j Local fans were surprised at the .
]habeen postponed until Monday 'i
wood showed no wish to smile. I T.3:: day whtcb had dawned sot i gcnna let a little cool weather or | they failed to show up he made: outcome of the due to the RENT by the Hour Day or.
night due to the prevailing cool game Week.
Rubriz eet his teeth over a ron: Mi.: :: r '.d which bad closed in the a "light breeze beat him out of them so he could still take ul- I Repair all makes and j n
ot rage. i i'i!{.-ib! c "daruss! of night and rain. ) hiday's pleasure he is pretty Lad \antage: of tame. And Sam says'' v.eather. |! fact that the Conch five had licked paint them with Nu-Enamel. We,!11 et

"Well open the gate for him before toss: v.as the famoufj day. after all (;*f. Bat quite a few were there:: Willie was doing more of whit: he''! I the Lake \YoitIf Lows twice this carry a full supply of paiU-J J
of tbe capture cf Mateo ftabriz at 'I :Mrs.\ Belle Gillham, 87 years Feacn, on the local court several I Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles,!1 t
the weight of the door breaks I '
braving those chilly blasts that ,: does when he misses a shot than 3 3i
his back for him." 4at.. U had seethed that: his story i old, of Ft. Scott Kans., has read week ago and on their own court and sell them as low as $1.00,
J went down No. 1 and came lark he ever did before. Probably that '
would run on fam&. but this was t the Bible! through:; 43 times in 43( when the team made the trip upstate. j per week. J. L. Stowers MusiclI
"The sergeant has the key. Sergeant i, at you strong on No. 9. That is''; was what all that blue smoke was
the ending of it. I Company. janl8-lrao:
open the gate for. Luis la the i i the way it should be. .says yoc! doing following Willie around. years. 1 I : :*.1 1 b
Lapaz!" meantime ofBcers were i --.-- - -- ____ --d. __ _ ___
t I --- j ---- -
running. Squads cf soldiers were .. ---
The sergeant came out of the !little coming up. There in the rain on the !j But probably you want to know{. That seems to finish all the I II IA I ..SIIIIIl'18A'Olff YI. : rI. .tc"lIIIIATII P

sentry-box beside the gate. He parade-ground they searched him about some of the scores that I; foursomes because some of the {

was a big. slow moving, rigid man. and! found the little sack of gold .'! were made. Well Two-Iron Price others failed to show up. Curry'I

lIe looked like a foreign soldier not ten pounds of it. Also they found: a must have been busy!! flying around j ji Harris had to go up to the keys:
like one of the homely! Mexicantroops. I
snail arc of gcldwork set with five i i in one of those things that looked i land help preserve law and order
He set the key Into the lock b'rj' ems r-iUM.! ITSd: the eyes of a cat! :j te an airplane. When I saw them t i! (whatever that is). Timothens i
and then cave his shoulder to the
Rate, + f yl1 .h'V.-ifJt'l. "' 1 TpllAT sanp Maor Luia Alvarez ifu'! : ''' tollmnk("out whether they I j well as a helluva !'lireto his drive0.i '
tl ..:ugh r b tteio a tt.'g led l't hh i' and 'II
LfflCtor fowl But i Berlin
.:'tr man; : : weie i And Fred Ayala. Daddy
I4 i t' hiii!: dance was the highest :! "ffettWg- away1'from. the' uhU 1 I Sawyer and a couple) more are on .
t au'-: .
: those
annag who -ti S *nbr Price'faitol to'f rrive j j the slice list. ;

cnu arch cf Mateo Rub- 'Ifiii t1scene FO JfLo-pez and l i I ;
Offer T" ir Customers Service and fe
'I'l k '4ty: ti! "c-rde that Joe; -and he will I I Among Charley Ketchum. ,$ Satisfaction

.{Say" :) &in'atti: the Pro.', And so it I! Charley Hogeboom and Li Phimmer i

'eemit might be that way. Then '' there was much joking and !' ...0... ...........00..............r..............0 e.................... ..c ..................... t1
'IP Duke of Rock Sound and his what have you. All of them playedand : \ .
1 i t. % cA: : honor the Mayor get into an argu- paid for their own meal. Loins; PLANTS FLOWERS.DELICIOUS. : HEADQUARTERS FOR : '

:"' ent a3 to who will win the match. Cruckshank: Charley Salas and VINES CAKES and PASTRIES : SWEET CLOVER

.Js z! ;; The :Mayor says! the match i is un Earl Julian made up a threesome! 4 MARINE CURIOS.. : CONDENSED
: : MILK
s. even. (The players seem to be and Earl' was the unlucky devil SOUVENIRS :

= : perfectly ratisfied) And so aft- who had to pay for Louie. Charley :'|. Cocoanut Plants, each 15e .. : ASK FOR IT AT YOURI

J er lengthy arguments lasting at paid for himself and inei.lentdly' $ Hibiscus Plants, each I0c-25e .' -".. Fishing Tackle, Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD
I''least' 10 seconds the Pro flips up : said he has nl'n'r't had to pay : i ;-i: : STORE
Red Pur- .
Bougainvillea or: ny'K.s and Films '
f.' a com and tells Jo ie to pick head for someone else. Look out for the %s pie _. ....-.._-... SOc to $1.00 ''. > . S quality and weight as '..1
or tails for Bob or Sam (Sam ( next time you pole climber. Then bv: : : 11 _': ,;,: Diamonds, Watches and : o her higher priced condensed
Poinsettia Plants 50e to $1.00 '
j strears he we/n't going to be the Bill Malone took on Ikey Russell! .i-: .r; ,, Jewelry = IT me.

( tails but he was). Anyhow the and Old Bye Sands (Duke of Roek: C* Crotons, each ..-...--....- 2Se k ,

'! Pro wins the toss-up! and so he says! ; Sound). Bill ate a free meal foronce ; Turks Cap, each --....-_ 25c 'r : Watch and JewelryDISTRIBUTED S BY"RUJILLO -
I fee will take Spottsy. Now we shall and it was sure! good PX- I'' RepairingFRANK t.1
says ._.._ $1.20
Roses dozen : Our Ready-lo-Serre Cakes; : : 3
Tee what! the results were Bob cepting for the Sands that was; in \ BROTHERS
I and Pastries are always fresh!
:'j still had the water on the knee so :' it. However. Ikey had to pay for ., JOHNSONColonial : WHOLESALE GROCERY

he wasn't much( help to the Pro j a hit, too. Ike says there was some :. South Florida Nursery Maloney & Peacock r JDivision

I rand finally it was found that fort of shennanigan going on between Phone 597 Catherine St. : PHONE 818 : Hotel Bldg.INSURANCE. : and Thomas Street
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rF ;tey "Curly-locks" Joe Lopez, our new i: Bill; and Old Bye and !some :.. ...... .
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champion teamed up with Sammy i of these days he is going to find :, ......<)."""" .n.t
I 1 Gbld'mith; and defeated George ; out just what. i I SELECT SEA FOODSJewfith :

r ' -. -i and Bob the I Our Reputation is Wrap : HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
i ifl Dodge Spottswood by
4> -- \-j "*jSS&rlJL'y*' Btt-/ I 1---1!I 2 Ibs ......_...._ 35c. I
\._ w J VV I Rubriiflw the door at the sergeant !core of 3 to 0. And boy Samuella b Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibs .._ 35c ped in every package
.... \.. -...- --' """ sore did enjoy that free meal. i terday's games and the dinner Yellowtail Bone 2 Ibs. 25c : : 1
.y riz in the rain. And the clever otalnwhi I last night missed something; take ,i I. on of OEli e319 Duval Street-
2 II... ___ 2Sc
;a,$s h idoa in his narrow fete I I' Mump."y Strunk and SPI Rus- it from Jim Koodle de Fiue. The Grouper
h' ._ 25c PRINTINGDONE
Snapper 2 Ibt
J
'hcai !1\'c narrow face uuu.
hid was roll teamed as usual and as i
up
Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. 25c : : :
I :struck through with an inspirationthe I the ex-plain on '
usual! took Kirscr-enbaum !I / BY US c. TELEPHONE NO. 1PORTERALLEN
It watered at the top bafure; it I il1.-Cant that he saw the five big flice wonder and his partner Doc j have Sam Li. Bill and Horace all Large Select Oysters t
!bctan to slowly. Rubric, : or..erad: and tbe arc of heavy sold.: I have on 4 : : -
sag open Willie Kemp for a nice long ride j talking at once you a job |: FRESHFRESH SHRIMP ,
turning his bead awa:. from tbe ser The obvious thing was to carry t The match got around to No. 18 :j hand. Howsoever it seems that y CLAMS.-THE- -THE-- I ,, Try Your Meal At ,
l
gean holding his breath thought the treasure at once back to the *j and on a six-foot putt*to l-e made 1 i the Fort Myers team will be asked r

thai tv gate would never open wide good finhDp Kmiliano. The less ozvious > i, hy Cdwardinski Strunk dependedi .j over here for a match. Also the : : Kingfish Mackerel; : ARTMAN PRESS Delmomco Restaurant
enough: for him to through.' thing wui to report the finding
pass ; i a free ;..ed. But lid Eddie falter hoard of directors will decide .1nI FREE PROMPT DELIVERY b
Suddenly! the sergeant exclaimed: and deliver the Jewels to General !! as Kir.-chy knew he would? lie I Ii j I how the match will be played and I Budweiser Beer .._..... J5C s
"Turn your head! Look at me! You Isr.::tio E-traada. People bad been t I Citizen Bldg.PHONE .
did not. just Melvin knew he when. Also about ladies' tourna- I LOWE FISH COMPANY Six Conne
i'I as a Dinners, ......
head COMPANY
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1 nu' i'i: -porter turn your toms hispt'n.iR some odd things about !
."' :him and the famous robbery of the wouldn't. However the results ment. Some of the fellows were'! S PHONE 151 51 __________ SOc, 75c, aad 85c \}
[ made said. Kirch and Doc so sick objecting/ the way the meeting]I' .
Well the! scar had bean! entered C.iurtli of Oar Lady. : that both had to go home and rest was conducted as far as parlia- \ ...o.. .... .................................. t..'.................................. ..........ctAttention
wish dc ;> etairi. It mould not show I And no s'loiiT had Major Alvares i } 't
and the little rubber pads that seen the trcisurd: than he straightway : I their trains, mentary procedure was concerned i OYSTERSSERVED : AARON McCONNELL : IT :
but the fellows must remember WILL SURPRISE YOU
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I
suHled out the lips night bo alteration -I pc.':kcicJ it and exclaimed<< Housewives!,
deceive i,, '' 'j i "Pious" Willie wasn't on a winning that the dinner is NOT a meeting I ANY STYLE 536 Fleming Street "-
enough! to even a nrm !'iy -Tins! is stuff worthy of go- :'i : To see the PRETTY GIFTS : ,
lIke this sergeant.Or ; ... ; (.( .',.a' ta!;:: generaL Stave trei team for once. lie had Cookie of the club but merely an unofficial and NOVELTIES

v.-o"IJ he ren-.orahrr th.it n.111: .. '::: i i te:! :.iui". .:robber, at last I I as a pcrtncr and made the mistake guide for the president in : Extra large select quart. 75eStandards e at We are now offering 3

in the mountains wboti: he h. i d! I < 11 .. i. : r: vl i:.':,'. !'i!' .. I of letting Papa Russell Kerr take transacting the business of the quart u.............. 70c : Tb, : THOMPSON'S FREE grades of

unpn'J to act aj guide <:'ir,>,i<-l) i. ..: v.v: L ';; !h'i marched flnbrtz i j "Sweet Eb ssium" Harris for a I club. The by-laws call for two NICE JUICY STEAKS Wtcb E : : tI

the middle of a starut. t,..:lien tl.,' i.t: a:: '. ::1'' :i d the general 1! partner. And so Russell and 'I meetings a year or on call from Doct r MARINE MUSEUM C

of (lubnzerc fleeing from KuralOs? w": ",,iiurai himself was not In ; Swinky Swanky ate all they could the president.Well I b Oyster Sandwiches ....u...... lOc AMERICAN COFFEE k:

So. slowly Rubriz turned Ills !-<":td. I. !tl'i! I'rt. fi-r tli,' iijom-nt. lie was out : held la"t night and Willism 1. I Filet Sandwiches .m..m lOc 324 Margaret Street s ,

keeping it bowed oo\\n low uI..I'r l <>'. .,' .. . l I. ; I ,-; tli;>r'cr--. leading : "WortMess"Vatkins dug deep boys, we'll be seeing you. I All Other Sandwiches Things that your friend i will I I -at-
.. WAiFCHMAKER, JEWE EI\ :appreciate. Come i in and a
. , I" see :
the door that wo'sh't! Mis 'i iders :a'! i .1 'J .1 i tar! 1 ra 1 ::I the wet
*, d, in r. thou"h( -- --- Hot Souse Every SaturdayWELLS' a.. AND'.ENGRAVER them. .. .., .
r
The sergeant just'! ' ': '.' i r-> :' ' :" I tt; k al : -Him'ForYour I Next Work :: Your neitXobster Crab Dinner .'::' '' 25C; 20c and 15c Ib.

anlothcair.Piltltt: IC : "l..' ' .Ofi' ;'lV,, ,jqtl i bRlG TH ,. AULI LOWER ROW I LUNCHROOM :, ALL'J.PRICES REDUCED :: will be, much?,mar dVlicicfusit i :: , h.'

at his stomach \VAj>0.'J: '.,, ......1' .d.d. 900 Southard eet. : it is baked. arid, served: in our STAR COFFEE MILLS
snatched! out the rC\n1C' \ : \\I "0 t Heirs: "9 to 12-1 to.6 Giant Scallop or'' Heart Sea .
was: bolstered: t-' :n I ,...'..i :'e B/OSCAR PITA : PHONE'207-W: Shells. 512 Greene St. Phone ,,256. h;"
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thigh. iit -rtJ. t"1f.-:71 9 !;) If"'f.'t: (':.0. r ri1F'e.....: : ')\1tE's fastrFhtrn I daily with Pete Nebo and Rojasat : ................Y.....:....Open.....Saturday.......N'cbtt........:............. ........ :
CJ: { fiunt I ''' ,, I ru<* fighter: wliuf faces Ii j the high school g"m.nab ............. ............
TDIUZ!" he shouted( (} "Kr'! : :-'-" : 1 : ' ,d' : U" I" '. And the,.
.R 1 i Kist i William-- in the semi-final DINE AT THE : Birds Animals :
Fish
Uubnz1"! : \ . I lat:: the! !no1!l'rD il )' Face Rojas, who wants t PRITCHARD SERVE THE POPULARt\!\
Rubriz hung the door at tv! sergeant ' : !. \; ::: 'J' (1'1 t, ,'iJljr nut. h; of the Fleming-Nebo con-1: another crack at Ramirez will l be PLAZA

and toppled: both hlat i a-.i':: on.- :: "..:': \. .. , .r -.,:cy: quailted.] l.I .1 !here next :Monday\ night at the !' seen on the same card and he will ; RESTAURANT MOUNTED DESSERT S

of ibo cfficcrs. Then he |p-.pfd of ..r t:. :'.,r !1-' oculd not help 'iij.1: school gymnasium, is hard at be making great efforts to comeback , CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST FUNERAL HOME

through tbe widening gi;> of the : nisi:. a?:>- : ,,; Ii:.t :a was through Itork; shaping himself! for what he ; strong to prove that he is I f you are accustomed' to Royal Palm Ice Cream
gate: -and straight Into a column of I! tig: :aine t o'--rn: that! he had led ( qualified for return match with
three squads who were coming, up S ton masked men on a certain night terms his greatest: : chance in the the man who put him last : ,, dining at home you will find Dignified Sympathetic And NoveltiesBARBECUES
away
to the entrance of the fort! into the town and towards the i pugilistic world. In Williams, Joe :; week. Rojas will fight Jimmy ''b: THE PLAZA a novel and enjoyable : Courtesy of all kinds
He plunged through them like a Ch"rt ot Our Lady of QuaOaloupa. I I 'q experience.BREAKFAST.
!
will be up against a veteran of'' Conway, an old tinier who still Fine Work At a Reasonable -
bull) through rushes. Certainly he rl:! .MnjDr; Alrarcz met him sad I i J
would have broken away even then, ::::.Ii.tl'd. with information the genera |t many a great battle one who 1 has ::i has the great kick behind his 1 PricePHONE LICENSED EMBALMER Delicious Toasted Sandwiches
J gone against the best in the ;| right arm. ,,
except that the very smallest man r-erely snarled: 13 ReedI' up .
of that little column. as be Celt j I'' tell r.tb t you bare blot in chains I world some of whom include the i From Matchmaker John Nebo's LUNCHEON : 20 : Ambulance Semc.I : COLD BEER ,

grappled. blindly and caught with or t, :'l I me nothing!" t! late Paicho Villa, Benny Bass office the that SUPPER :
comes report
'both arms one of Rubrlz legs. I "Ni.:' said the major with the : and a good many other well-noted i i j BOB'S BARBECUE
tickets
| enough have been reserved
I -I 801 Fleming Street LADY ATTENDANT
The bandit went do..n.When I calm\ oi one who c&nnot: lose as the : boxers too numerous to list here -
he rosa again twenty men r, r'c) i 51 Noh'-! play! c:2.: "1 can only !' at thi,. time. Williams outgrew !j| for veterans to take care of the J PLAZA RESTAURANT : White at Newton Street

were spilling over him. One :am! r ,-rrt that I have Mateo RubrlzI !" i the featherweight" ; division! and is I i!j expenses of this fight which 505 Dnval Street KEY WEST. FLA. : Phone 548 Never Sleep : Cub SerricFRIDAY .

again he scattered! them as a swimmer i : /a'p".E" lirotkers now fighting middleweights. J,. means of course that there won'tb J .............................................................................................-
"' '! ; I 1 need of of whether -
: any worry
but the J "
might scatter water :
S t' rn.antl th.-Centralmake a -- I I the will not when
4 .. fight on or
little bulldog who lay: on the snif fDIAMONUBALL a. ;) \: ),..ic' a, :W. .(!,-vy t The' puncher from IslamoraJa I j 8:45 rolls around go Monday night. PLUMBINGS

; will find the going rougher than THIS SPACE "
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W"I.. .. ..f....... ...... !1 he probably estimates when he I King Parrot who is managingthe ; > ..

\ BY t.)\ ,.. .. : :Fteps into the ring to don the ( three' fighters from Islaj -

uuay s flolxjscoeTh j gloves against the local husky. To j i morada. is due to arive here sometime DURO PUMPS x : -

teat this youngster, Williams will [r tomorrow night and will take 12I Insertions : --', : ,

FERA CONTINGENTThe t 'ae .e.......... o....... : have to step pretty fast and beat j I I his boys out to the school for a : PLUMBING SUPPLIES : : tr

s dav gives nn analytical : him to the punch which is some- ]f l workout the next day. King Par- OVER EAS
1 thhip! not likely to occur. Joe can j rot's will be in .
training
:
S mind capable of digging the heart 'i I pugs seen 5 PHONE 348 : : t.:
as'the
young men of the first andFel"Ont hit and hurt fans well know. : sessions at the gym Sunday at I Transportation Co., Inc. : '
floor of the fRRd: ent of things Theme will be much 1 ThTere thrilled at the quick I t 1:30 p. m.According. I PER MONTH :'

1'artment will cro+ bats in a dia; !1\.tion. ?rrt I a JiSfJosition to be : knockout he scored over Baby : FAST and RELIABLE :

mondball game to be played to- 1re*Lent about personal affairs; j Face Rojas. the wild bull who had I to latest reports from ; : : DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE :

Thor m afternoon at 3 o'clock.l : ba an ea< NMQ? to impart knowIle.ige I i won two fights bv the fame route ,I the sponsors of this fight there will I. SS JOHN C. PARK Information

Toe social service departmentand concerning the things in I before bucking against Joe. recently Ibe no decisions rendered at the I ., $ 3 00 For AH :

auditing department will Me<* wh&V tie. p ti Y. !... jftte-reded. at the high; school gym. The ringside but instead all winners I : : PHONE 269MJAS' : t
in a game next \\'et"k. Eui.tional\td sensitive, yet prac- local comer never tires. He has I will be named through the columnsof 328 ST. '
I D. BAILEY, Agent
tterl sad firm in pursuit of the enough wind to blow up tour flat this paper. The names appear-1 : : ,1

Transatlantic: wireleis. . i' at\ tt *:whit .a strongIqe' I balloon tires of any automobile at I ing in this paper will be the official IP.sTgpg I f"'II ;!

::3 years old.II '1- q(kt.!tte; ':. r cne time. Ramirez is working out]* ones .. ...A*,.. .. .. > .

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? FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN FRIDAY.MARCH 1, 1935.


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poltkal cartooDiftt, born u> Jer:ey

: SOCIETY ir T TODAY'S WEATHER 11. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Today's Today's Birthdays! City, N. J., 36 yours ago.

:-: : -: "'- ... .S......aa..aa.f.eae f
1 If yon do not receive your Anniversaries
Morris W. Wilson, prc ?
Temperature and warmer tonight and Saturday; paper by 6:00 o'clock in the ........................ Lionel At will, actor born in '. the 'Royal Bank of Cana.{a, born
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Highest _...._..-. . 62 afternoon .aU, telephone 61 England 50 years ago. !I l
... .. ...... Fos""t> -" 1809-Chopin, famous Polish at Lunenburg, X. S., l 'PHONE 752-J Lowest ...__._._ __ 57 I and a paper will be sent I

................................................. Mean __"h".'__'''_.'':'''__ 60 wow @i il I" .. to your home. A complaint Oct.composer 17, 1849.and pianist born. Died Rear Admiral Charles S. J.j I -- -- -- .
Normal Mean t.J....?_:::-71 at this office Butler Navy doctor born at Dri<;- j Subscribe to 11w fit. .en.
is duty
boy on
Key West Garden Club Holds I Rainfall I :. f. from 8:00.to. 7:15 p. m. for the 1809-Cornelius K. Garrison .tol, Tenn., 60 years ago. ]I

.1 Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. purpose of delivering corn- "lIl i.
noted American financier of his
Interesting Session Yesterday Normal Precipitation .... .0-1 Ins. IIJ : I plaints. Help ns give you 100 day, born at West Point, N. Y. Henry A, Wood of'w York LEE BAKER'S
trriu lrndlHK 1 A service by calling 51 if City
ThU rrrord rotrr ZJ-hour | I { percent Died May\ 1, 1885.1832Frederic. noted inventor of machinery
at H o'clock lhi uiurainK.
i you I do not rteceive The Citizen. for the printing traJe, born there
oThe Key West Garden, Club planned, rather than wait until Tomorrow's Almanac l I ,. ,... MEAT MARKET
fj... .. ..................... 69 years ago.
held meeting yesterday ,morn- next as announced several R. Coudert, noted
; year Sun rises .................... 6:49 a. m. ...
ipg .at the Woman's Clubhouse on weeks ago. Two judges have Sun sets .................... 6:30 p. m. Fair Warmers New York City lawyer, born :. Western Meat
Division street, with Mrs. William been named to inspect the yards Moon rises ........_...... .1:49 a. m CHANGE OF BILL there. Died Dec. 30, 1903. Dr. Arthur C. Millspaugh, political Heavy Steer

H. Malone, president' 'of the club, and make awards on March 15th Moon sets ... .....__.._.... 4:02 p. m. i iTomorrow's s ;: tic to moderate northeast and k scientist, onetime financial PORK VEAL
presiding' assisted by Mrs. William I two weeks from today Consul- Tides east winds. ATSHOWTONIGHTHEFFNERVINSON 1835-((100 years ago) John advisor to Persia and Haiti born

R. Warren, vice-president I General Carlton B. Hurst and A.M. P.M. I Florida: Fair and warmer tonight James Piatt, government clerk. at Auguata Mich., 52 years age SPRING LAMB

and.fl s. W. J. Phelan, treasurer. Mrs. David Rice. The third judge High .................8:10 7:4G and Saturday. I U. S. consul in Ireland, Ohio poet

The Garden Club wishes to extend -I will be announced in a short Low.................... 1:53 1:08 Jacksonville to Florida Straits: and journalist, born in DearbornCo. Dr. J. Ross Stevenson, president Swift Premier Hams

its thanks to all members of|I time.Mrs. Barometer at 8 a. m. today: Gentle variable winds becoming:I CO. TO PRE- ., Ind. Died in Cincinnati Feb. of the Princeton Theological Seminary All Ingredient for Souse

the club, the FERA and everyone Julian Sutherland has in- Sea level 30.36. southeast or south over north 1 SENT "THE CABARET 16, 1917. born at Ligonier, Pa., 69
else who participated for their! vited all the members of the Key I portion and gentle to moderate I years ago. ; WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY

efforts in behalf of the recent,{ West Garden Club to attend the Lowest Highest 'i northeast and east winds over 1 GIRL" 1837-William Dean Howells, MORNINGS

tropical flower show held at the I Miami flower show to be held Station- Last Night Yesterday I south portion and fair weather tonight distinguished novelist editor and Louis K. Anspacher, of New I

Public Library here, their combined March 7th to 11th inclusive. Key Abilene ...._._ 46 66 ;: and Saturday. I | leader in American letters, born York dramatist, born in Cincinnati Flaws 69S Free Delivery

cooperation helping to I West will have an exhibit on display -I Atlanta .......-.... 22 44 East Gulf: Gentle east and I The Heffner.Vinson Stock com- I in Belmont Co., Ohio. Died in New 57

make the affair one of the most at the Miami flower show Boston .......-...... 16 36 I southeast winds becoming moderate pany will change its program tonight York May 11, 1920. years ago. -j 822 Fleming StreetSTEAMSHIP

beautiful and successful in years. this exhibit to be in charge of I Duffalo ......?.... 18 28 to fresh southerly Saturdayover : presenting! "The Cabaret .- "
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Particularly' does the club wish Ralph Gunn. Charleston ........ 36 46 I north portion and moderate I II Girl," a story of Chicago night 1848 Augustus SaintGaudens Edmund Duffy of Baltimore. j -q..,,; .

to express its gratitude to Mrs. Along those attending yester Chicago ............ 32 36 I I northeast and east winds over I Ii life. famed American sculptor, -. .- __On

W. J. Phelan chairman of the day's meeting of the Garden Club Denver .............. 32 :58; fouth portion. Jimmie Heffner, who is play- born in Ireland. Died at Cornish --- -,

show, for her gracious and tireless were: Mrs. W. H. Malone, Mrs. Detroit ...........-. 28 32 i II III ing the part of a country boy, goes N. H., Aug. 3, 1907.
l work both in planning and I William R. Warren Mrs. 0. S. Galveston ..,_._._ 54 {58 I I WEATHER CONDITIONS to Chicago to see the town and Co.

executing the show and during Long Mrs.\ J. J. Trevor Mrs. Havana ............ 66 winds up in a night club. This 1861-Henry Harland. New .p & 0.

the" three days it was in progress.I Frederick Kirtland Mrs. J. ViningIfarris Huron ...........-.:.- 26 44 I I Pressure is moderately low this I is.: where the. action of thg.p ayt York.City and London, ,England I UNITED STATES FAST
It was' further decided at Mrs. Eleanor' ...... !SO : northern Rocky I II ( MAIL ROUTES FOR
yes- Ilellings;: Jacksonville 32 I II morning over the kes'place.;' *. < ft'I : :author, born in F\\isa'pied) in
trdaY'.meetin: 4h& judgingof Mrs\ ..\\'..- *. >f1ap.tfF., :T, I Katis'as City .-- .-' 44 54 I I :Mountain:\ and Plains. States and I l I Vaudeville ajkijband numberswill Italy Dec. 20, 190111, '.Is. + PORT-TAMPA-.ANA-WEST INDIES

the yariU\ ,content will take, 'Ford Mrs. William .Parker and I KEY WEST ...... 57" ,' 62 1 upper Mississippi Valley, Willis- U/frtiCbW&t _. Ht S V C:* ' Effective' April 27, 1933 I

place thin Ji.ear"-1is: previously Ralplj4tin1DeMolays . I Little Rock ...... 40ut 58 I i ton, N. D., 28.81 inches and con-i You,,may :teserve J ybdrt'seats 1880-Lytton Straehey. famed 5 i Leave'Key We t for Havana: Tuesdays! and FnuV -. 12JCP.

C L L&.aI. .&.. ..Los.Angeles.....,... .to; 66 :tinues high over eastern and southeastern -, ftom 3 o'clock untir 67p. '" ".. -at :English biographer;: born. Died I !i M.Leave I

:Louisville ..._...--36' :: .IIMiami I I sections of the country,: Page's! Soda Fountain j of*Phone! !. Jan. 21, 132. '4 Havana for Key Wart Wednesday sad > unlays5j
9 OOsA. .
Elmer Davis , To Give .j' .........., 50 64 I Charleston, S. C., and Jacksonville -i 9117 tor reservations.rAtte 156 :' M I
i. &eave West for _'
Port
Key I
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Visiting ,Here I Prom Dance TonightThe ,Minneapolis, ..'.... 24 28 I Fla., 30.54 inches. The only :, o'clock reserve your seats at box > There are 20 times, as many rdays'6:301'. M. Tampa Wednesdays a jr- \

.. \ I New Orleans .... 40 52 I I precipitation during the last 24 office of the tent theater. murders in the United States Tickets Reservations j
and InforfntMMi t Ticket Office tk
I New York .....-.. 22 34 hours has been light snow in the Doors open 7 o'clock, show each year as in Great Britain. Dock, 'Pboae 71* on I

VJCey West has a distinguished I committee in charge of the Pensacola .......... 36 48. extreme eastern Lake region;: rain : starts at 8 o'clock.An J. H. COST.-." /rent. I
visitor\ in the person of Elmer! DeMolay Prom Dance to be given Pittsburgh ........ 30 32 or snow in portions of the northern : THEM ---- - 1 1i 1rfi

tiayis, widely-known writer! tonight at the Cuban Club an- St. Louis ..... .... 40 :54; I Rockies and rain on the Pacific electrical device which' -- -.- '---- .

whose works have appeared in I nounces that the Heffner-Vinson Salt Lake City.46 60 coast from San Francisco ; travels at the rate of six miles! . .. .. ..
orchestra and other members of Seattle ...-.......... 40 48 j I northward. Temperatures have risen hour and marks all defective .n' "T>.. :.:.1 - ', .. . :. . .,-,. . ..
the. leading publications of the the cast of this stock company had Tampa ............ 40 56 !j in most sections of the countrybut per several rail .i
rails is in on '
now use
country, and who is a regular I accepted an invitation to be guestsat Washington ...L.: 28 28 are still below) normal in the roads. . It gES ; ,.' ...,- '

contributor to the columns of' this affair.It Williston .......... 1C 34 ] Atlantic and East Gulf States, ::;t( -- ::::, ,
itaper's I' has been arranged for some and heavy frost occurred this ,.: jj' .,.llr. = '-
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Monthly. =
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Peter Grachenko of Belgrade ....oy Llf\ .
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of the Heffner-Vinson players to WEATHER FORECAST the middle Gulf coast \ 1 -=
)fr. Davis la in the Island City: jI j morning on 13 old but is 7 feet 3 : .! '
support Bob Pinder's orchestra __ ___ 'I and in northern Florida and lightG. only years ;J G '... '. .. .

collecting data for an extensive: which will play for the dance. (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) j S. KENNEDY, inches tall, and is still growing. DeMOLAYDANCE / :: ,?1jJ.' ',,,"f, J... -......... ,, .,-...'

and comprehensive article dealing -I This feature will greatly add to Key West and Vicinity: Fair; Official in Charge. f1l1"L? E. ,

with the rehabilitation pio- the enjoyment of those attending. .. A Three Days'CoughIs 1 ( : ( 11\/: : ..
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gram now in progress here. I I Judging from the advance ticket Your Danger SignalDon't Tonight at Cuban Club ....:, ) "":"..-;: I ., -' ,- .....
i.l rfe has visited Key West several sale, there will be a record crowdin r ::l14 ""IIII.4II let them get a strangle Bobs Orchestra .\' :.... ;:)\.....' :.::::./ r ? 1 ,.' 1
I
times in the and dur- attendance \ \,/ : ; ;:. .
past, tonight. I hold. Fight them quickly Creo- Cents, 40c Ladies Free I m / I
( ithiS: visit expresses himsalf asp I I Dances and social affairs giveni QOOR CHILDAND I i i Notice To SubscribersPlease mulsion combines 7 helps in one. II __.:JJ'f'" :H-. :.:,;:
,
eased with the changes that by Robert J. Perry Chapter have Powerful but harmless. Pleasantto t s :' . : ' My -:

.. \\re' taken place since his last j become popular with the social set / THE: SCHOOLS I be-prompt ID take. No narcotics. Your own -: ;. : I. :, : : ..y1
p.ytna .
I is authorized to refund PALACEBuffalo .. ." '': ..;-
Appearance.Mr. of the city. This organization is By Dr.AUEN! G. Ut LAND druggist -
the carrier woo deliver joie if -- .':
0MMwr. rte .* Hallu UfUtMMrv your money on the spot your -'.
; Davis is a guest at Casa[ leaving nothing undone to give k Bill, Jr., in ;-
l"ff tuu Dfffimm ffHtt iar..nrnHome cough or cold is not relieved by
Marina during his stay here. everyone attending tonight an ex- i paper. H par Tna CiU... Creomulsion. (adv.)
: ceptionally good time. 15 cents a week for the pit* RAWHIDE ROMANCE
Work Serial and Two Short Reels
Fine Fishing Tackle
Cocktail Hoar per and sells tt to you for tO

Junior Clab To Once upon a time I was unal- cents. His profit for dellvkine I Matinee: 10-lSc Night: 1020cI
1 it Raul's Club terably opposed to home work for
Hold Meeting elementary school children. Even is 5 cents weekly oa eac& Glade ByPflueger -

>Society prepares for its Saturday -, the slightest amount of it arousedmy subscriber. If lie it not paid Men's SpecialsTHE'HUB and
Friday
afternoon rendezvous at The Junior Woman's Club of indignation. 11 liE loses. Not Tn Citiua.V'IIII. Saturday
Raul's Club Miramar on the Key West will hold another of spoke against it at Strictly Fresh Killed PORK Vom Hofe and South BendFOR
I ,)
Boulevard tomorrow for the cocktail -! their delightful social meetings : every opportunity. Ii1 ;. ..Fib / AND VEAL
: Indeed I wrote an'1 I
hour. I this afternoon at the Woman's unfavorable i, Just received-Large shipment EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH

These affairs which have become -! Clubhouse on Division street. I I to article home work for I.:'; MANY BARGAINS FLORIDA HE'XSFresh

exceedingly popular since! This afternoon's hostesses will this series.. i Western and Florida See Our Complete LineThompson's

their inauguration here at Raul's be the Misses Martha' Carbonell, i. MEN'S SHIRTSSolid Meats
This isn't a confession AT HUB STORE i
l list Saturday afternoon, havet4'en Betty Curtis and Rose Crusoe. of a change'I Colors and Fancies a Meat at Prices You Can Meet :

society's fancy and bid I of heart, but rather an admission ; real Shirt at All Ingredients for Souse Hardware Store

f kind.'Tomorrow's. quite far enough. It was a school! One of the finest lines of I
cocktail hour be- FIzh-Fry! TonightThe I principal a good friend of mine, i men's wearing apparel is now be- 861-W Free Delivery CAROLINE STREEET
gins at 5 and lasts until 7. The who pointed out the weak spot. Asa SHIRTSto Cor. White and Virginia St*.
carried at The Hub. #:1lZ.fJ.i"; >JIJ.
of
:
luscious little hors d'oeurves that !Men's Brotherhood of the matter of fact this principal ; ing Many close out at69c .
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go so well with cocktails will be First Baptist Church will enter- would oppose the old idea of home I the leading brands of merchandise -

served. There will be dancing by tain the ladies of the T. E. L. work as readily as I do. I know in the country are sold exclusively AND 75c .'1f.t1 -" _,. .' ..r"--f5j' f

the guests to a special programof class on the church grounds tonight that is true because she is opposedto I at this store. I Over-Sea Hotel 1
home work substitute fcr
as a I
dance music and all in all,' ;: with a fish-fry. .An advertisement appearing in MEN'S SPORT PANTS .'
school work. We both that
societjiLWil\ have a delightful aft I'I L.lAoj enjqyable*; ttjp p.'J jt promised evening work at home shouldn't agree be today's issue includes a numberof Beautiful Patterns Sanforized I 917 FLEMING STREET t
ern. 1 I all I who attend. I ..... .
DOt-I? _ __ J) ..i1.:: .1.9! C 1CC.':,. so' many hours tacked onto the money saving values for this -Pre-Shrunk, from ROOM,'running water... $' M go> l ;'f$ ': 'j I',.
1.S6 ,
school day. vit4 ROOM wilt bath _...;_ IT <.CO ST$ L t' .' f. I
:.............................................. But she pointed out to me this week end. Such items as men'sdress $ .25 w $2.45' WEEKLY RATES I ., ..
I philosophy: Children like to be active shirts everyday shirts, IIlIll. y"
PERSONAL MENTION. : : But if the home isn't inter- sport pants white flannel pantsin I,' Newly Renovated I''

.. .. .. ....,. ... esting,1; if there isn't family unity all sizes shoes underwear and v WMITELLANNELi : :: : New Equipment'' : : f: # ' 1'". . .'
............. ............. .f..iMn. p e ; ,
For an evening of games and music white linen suits for, summer ; PANTS New Management 1.A rfiE R" t\ 4: ,$ :. .( .J
UU8gelI.wife of I f.J ., \. '. ::.
William'Thompson left yester- Guilreymo if parents turn to their own desires, wear. 'Any'style waist, ANYWHERE., ; 7 )
day afternoon for Miami where he, Chief Engineer Russell, of the what becomes of the children and I Grand Slam Shirts, NunnBushShoes 'ular $5.95-' reg$4. . .95. HOTEL '
NL.CLEANER : '
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will while with relatives. Steamship Florida left yesterday do : 1
spend a this irresistible urge to something ankle fashioned, are also

afternoon with her daughter fora Many, of course, beg to go featured. Eagerton Shoes, a MEN'S SHOES ': if

B. D. Trevor was a passenger short visit in Miami.B. out after supper. Older children 1 N'unn-Bush product was recently RFIAT .
tusily acquire the "corner" habit. Blacks Browns, Sports and CASA MARINAKey :
leaving by train yesterday afternoon placed in stock at this store.
M. Duncan, engineer in They seek excitement and adven- I Whites special-
for points on the keys and This store is also showing the West's Hotel De Luxe
in ture. Or they must have the
charge of bridge operations
latest in ladies' $2.45
Miami. styles
ready-to-
2.95 American Plan
Monroe county who was in Key movies. That is enough to call to AND
West for a short business conference ,mind the well known problem.If ""wear. New shipments of shoes 200 Delightful Room, each \

A. J. Brown, grove inspector for with the bridge engineer'soffice the home isn't interesting I were received this week. MEN'S UNDERWEARShirts with Private Bath nI\ i 1y tfwt-1tSoU9ht

the state plant board, who was in left yesterday afternoonfor more so than the movie or the gang, I Evening Dinner ....___ $2.00 b1 1 : t f1wQ r,.

Key West for a business visit with Matecumbe.\ :an't the school provide something? ; ri.JetwUJIJZoleJ andShorts 25c Luncheon .....__ 1.50 K wd Ott ce(1t5E1, SaunS 4 ,n ;, rile
the local plant board unit, left yesterday \nd there's the answer. Interesting I. i .--"t.*- Afternoon Tea .50 51s 1 ; C0t
afternoon for Miami. books to bo read; art posters to {
Dr. K. Rodriguez y Baso sifters -I ; Freshens the mouth or a la Carte
*>. sketched; collections to put in WHITE LINEN SUITS
Mrs. Willis Hilton expects to Mrs. Fernando Gato and Miss I jrder; science questions to answer; j ..Soothes the throatMONROE Pre-shrunk, single and double Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with
i Concepcion Rodriguez left yesterday to make. The list Casino
things can
leave for Miami this week to spend breasted
rela- afternoon for Miami to 1&1',1: :cng. It gives the child some- t t.I. :Masseur in Attendance
Miami with
week-end in
the
await the arrival of Mrs. Gato's Jiiat worth while to do. It uses $7.95 PETER SCHUTT Mfr.
>tives.) daughter, Mrs. Jose de Lara, wife energy; it takes those troublesome UP

of the attache to the Cuban legation 'nurs. And there is educational I :;.
THEATER t
i H! Mrs. Herbert Remsen, of Rye at Washington, D. C. ralnc. It's a new type of homework I GRAND' SLAM SHIRTS .'i a. O renenaber In select'your. refrigerator
New York, who was spending a and in many instances de- Duck Jones-Sheila Terry in I than all oilier peifffmaact features COunts combined.!more
OR
week with her daughter. Miss Physicians have discovered that idcdly worth while. i ROCKY ROADS Sl 95' $5 00 '
.
. .-. 3 FOR 'MONROE The G-E Monitor
.'Helen Remsen. guest at the homeof 1 the heart of Martha Virginia What may we substitute todiy Stef Duns-Raymond Hatton in Ua S j. t gives fitttt Top refrigerator
'
yean
jw. prtttction
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Weather- i Davenport, 9-year-old Atlanta ':?r ike rugged life cf our ancestors RED MORNING its famous seaJed-in-sieel mechanista .

ford Jr.. left yesterday afternoon !girl, is on her right ide. She is ? Dr. Ireland trill answer Matinee:'Barcon.IOc; Orek.1 ..> "NUNN-BUSH SHOES MEAT MARKET THE REFRIGERATOR for only *5. Hundreds of

for her home. in perfect health. t.+.t 4L'uk. I tra. 15-2Oc; Nifkt, 15-25c_ aol FOR MEN'Ankle1 thousands: of owners have found

- I: I FRIDAY and SATURDAY THAT DEFIES I TIME I their. G-E refrigerators are perform
the after
six
C 411)6.5 0 ing same and
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Whites, I .... "Tennunlf'dio1trelmecba
fashioned _..._ in
// years use U on the dar
/ I :!UII they
of Calvin, Ohio, who were in Key JPSPEND I II KEY WESTCOLONIAL MUNSON ISLANDFISHING of G-E Monitor! rcfn&rt'aLought thew.ltceslsleutoowtciGErtors
West for two days, on their first I'l HOTELIn CAMP I FRESH KILLED PORK la t.use* been ia homes 6 and 7 .
EAGERTON jn cat sparl st
SHOES restaaskstf6.tevi.gt <] fg
vi it to the city, and had a delightful Operated by R. M. Ellison tbefrEAsadfoundtobetasucbperfect: Laboratories $ UU\ \
.1. G-I18
Best Fulling Coast FOR MENA Heavy Western Steer yawrtlkhsacoedtios g ,
time, left after- I YOURIVACATION on
yesterday the Center of the Business I that no lunn can be tonurrew' noon for their home and will come Guides and Boats AvailableSea Nunn-Bush r Meat placed on the rears of service
Theater District $ 00 to be expected. C-B't! ftrf There is no point in
and
again, they said.A. I Food-Fishing product, only Veal rmuit rnrdtj .; to bay, for the waiting untilpnoK
Boating-Bathing I Spring Lamb *mj fttfr Mnrnaor' laager you
\v m the more you puce
Cl
First *-Fireproof-
R. Miller superintendent of :: THIS YEAR INFLORIDA : Write for Reservation, Pos MEN'S FELT HATSto FRYERS AND HENS
Sensible Rates
the P. and O. S. S. company, left Office Ramrod Key ELECTRIC
THE KEY WEST COMPANYA.
close out from- II
yesterday afternoon for Miami on I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN Accessible by Rail or Auto to

matters connected with the Steamship Ramrod Key $1.00 Phone 411 Free Delivery F. AYALA Sales Maaajer7TV
/ jorgolUHE1LTHIIII'I Camp Boats Meet Guests UP
Florida which is plying between -
} Garage Elevator. 510 Fleming; Street
Miami and Havana during Rates: $5.00 P.r Day-

.the winter season. // ,,\\\11\ Popular Price I American Plan ,





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