The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00453
 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: March 13, 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: UF00048666:00453
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Governor Sholtz Immensely I NEW REALLOCATION PLANS IN ' REVIEW.SHOWS:ACTIVITIES IN FLORIDA.. Supreme Court l+Rulings On "New Deal"

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Delighted With His Visit To I GASOLINE FUND ![Names',Of ..(My 5 'Three Goantfes'Have.;Been 55 Changed I May Chart Course Of Nation's Future

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Key West; Leaving Today; GASOLINE BE DISTRIBUTED TAX MONIES BY WILL NEW ................................................ I,ARRANGING FOR I SIXTY MEMBERSMIAMI High Tribunal DestinedTo

(liT AMoriatrd Tress) Brevard and territory divided)

.____' _- -_ METHOD IN RECOMMENDA. TALLAHASSEE, Fla., March among Bievard, Dade ando-I\ SIESTA PERIOD Play Great Role In

........................ 13.-Florida required 104 yearsto lusia; MUnatec and Liberty SOCIETY
Chief Executive Feels TIONS MADE i establish her 67 counties, start- created. Many Important Issues
Will '........................1.1I -- I a Johns and 1856: Lafayette' and Taylor j
Highway gradually carving I created. I ArisingBy
i By REX SAFFER I others out of the 58,666quare ,
I 1858: New River and Suwannee
Be Completed Within II It I (Florid New Service) I miles of territory originally embraced created from Columbia, and Clay WEST ADMINISTRATION OF ALL STATES' SOCIETY -
I I in these two.
Two Years I 4 process of formation, the
I Conviction that increased funds 1861: Baker formed from New! I (Its AMw latr4 ."r...)
I names of only three counties were
l i/ River: and remaining portion of, JOYING NEW PRIVILEGE AND TOMORROW VISITINGIN WASHINGTON, March 13-
for of the ] changed. Once there
I are necessary: use state; were counties -
I New River changed to Bradford
bearing the of Mosquito ; ON The of the United
: | names MARCH 18 KEY WESTAl'proximately supreme court
Governor Dave Sholtz, of 1 road department if existing state)E Denton and New River but, Polk formed from Brevard. I]I

Florida, who has just recovered i maintained highways are to beproperly I there were changed as the years j I 1887: Citrus formed from Her-'I State appear destined to play

I went nando DeSoto created from Manatee role durinf ;
| by.Indian ; an unusually important -
The siesta to be observed
from a severe at-I protected from deterioration 1 period CO members of;
Lee created from Monroe
still ; ;
i names predominate I
I by the Key West Adntinistra-I the next ill' helping to
the All States' Society in' Miami year
tack of ,flu( plans to leave has brought from legislators I info* the list of counties Osceola created from Brevard and 1 tion will he changed to the twO''I
l I !i Florida-was discovered in 1513 I Orange; Pasco formed from lIer-: hour period beginning! at noon: II I I arrived here by train",today tu.1!.chart.the fntnr.>coursei"of -American -
this afternoon for Talla- three major'plan.. for reallocation,
i by Ponce de Leon in his Search I nando; Lake formed from Orange>! and continuing until 2 p. m., 'ef-I I! spend today and tomorrow visit' government.M .

hassee to resume, his .,duties I of gasoline tax revenue by the!;: for'the' I parts of it have been undenfhre f 1.1905: St. Lucie re-created from I Moit-of-th.< major':phases of
announced this morning.
as chief executive of the legislature of 1935. I i| While here"the'group is being;
I flags-British. Spanish, French:; : Brevard. I Observance of the period has' y'" ".ewo.tle.I"'lei.ldion. states\ Mrs. Sholtr and the All three have been developed formedfrom, ', entertained by the recreation de-!I
( i plans Confederateand the present i llHa): : Palm.Beach been satisfactory those at the $d-
by members of the sensate -::': Union's'Stars Stripes. I Dade. 1 partment i ofthe' Key' IVrst-"tAda,ward'th-regulation*of!!,the ,..*.
'children to leave I 4 I ministrative- offices said, but the
four' expect
I I or house in anticipation of a'I'I'I From the time Escambiaand' .I Hill: Pinellas created from change in time of the siesta was||. ministration, and most of the. Vh>i-J.],lion'**economic structure, are,expected -
Saturday. *gas tax reallocation during the I I I St. Johns counties, on the west' Hiilsborough.j j made so that persons who are in': tors' time is being taken up in'

Before departing the goV- session that opens April 2. To!i: and east coasts respectively, were ,j 1913: Bay formed from Calhoun -i the habit of having lunch at noon various activities whereby they'' to come up for final de.
GOVERNOR DAVE SHOLTZ i date no preference has been'[: established in 1821, other counties'' and Washington; Seminole:j will not be inconvenienced. '! termination at to their valid/!

ernor was asked a number, found generally among possible,'.were,' 'e'tablished in fairly rapid ;i formed from" Orange. :I During the summer months, this will have an opportunity to see,

of questions regarding his! ,proponents of the idea to set order Records here show these :; 1915: Broward formed from program will make it possible for and get acquainted with tropical by the nine black-robed justice

STRAWN NEGRO aside additional funds for upkeep, dates: j| Dade and Palm Beach; Okaloosa: administration employes and de- Key West.The I I Cases before the supreme

stay and the rehabilitation and betterment of the state's G-|I 1822: Jackson and Duval coun-, formed from Santa Rosa and 1 ratment heads to be free to relax II j jj 1,| AH States' Society includes -'
I court, or in the lower courts
activities in Key West, and I TRIED TODAY IN ] 500 miles of state-maintained I I i ties created, causing changes in Walton.. I j during the warmer part of the within its membership per-! on

highway. !;I i Escambia and St. Johns. 1917: Flagler created from St.; day. I! sons from virtually all sections of their way to that tribunal involve -

also of his trip to Garden I Newest of the plans would give I i 1823: Gadden; created, causing Johns and Volusia; Okeechobee Office hours of the administration ' the United States who may be such vital questions as

Key and old Fort Jefferson I CRIMINAL COURT the road department all money to:,, changes in Duval. j| was created from Osceola, St. under the new arrangement spending the winter at Miami. I

which made last be derived from gasoline taxation j I!j i 1824: Alachua, Leon, Monroe, ,I Lucie and Palm Beach. i I will be from 8:30 a. m. to noon, Tonight, a "Dutch treat" din-1'! whether the federal governmenthas

was ThursIday -whether the tax is kept at,|' Mosquito. Nassau and Walton 1921: Dixie created from La- end from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m.. week ner is being given the visitors at the authority to 'prescribe

to all of which he listened -i ENTERED PLEA OF GUILTYTO seven: cents a gallon by the 1935,Ii | created, causing changes in most I fayette; Union created from da)s. Hours on Saturday are Delmonico Restaurant and fol- of

attentively and 1] !j i legislature or allowed to drop to I'!'1 of the others. Bradford; Sarasota created from I troUt 8:30 a. m. to noon. :> lowing that the :Miami tourists wages and.hours labor compel
t AGGRAVATED ASSAULT; '''six !{!: 1827: Ih milton Manatee Charlotte created from -
cents by the natural death of 1. Madison and ; j: will be guests at a special dance, collective bargaining control agricultural -
graciously replied at length. the that set: Jefferson created. ''DeSoto Hardee created from De-
emergency measure ;
I WAS SENTENCED TO SERVE i! CUBA CARRIES and floor show being staged at the production and levy taxesto
the seventh cent of tax in 1931''1 1832-Columbia and Franklin I[ Soto; Glades created from Do- Habana-M'adrid Club.
Asked if the trip to the i
: TIME IN COUNTY JAIL i and again in 1933. i': created. I[ Soto; Highlands created from De-1: aid the farmer under the AAA,

fort had given him what he I i iI I j Ii i I I From present indications, such!j! 1834: Hillsborough created j'I I I Soto. rI!j I I 39 PASSENGERS Colonial The visitors Hotel, are and guests will leave at the tomorrow and the right of the national gov-

expected the told I Ii!! an allocation would give the road I[i 1836-Dade created. | 1923: Hendry created from, I afternoon 'for the return'to
governor i 1 I I I 1838: Calhoun created from 'Lee Collier created from Lee. ernment:: to engage: in the produc.
John Strawn, negro, was ar- department approximately $15-' ; I I I II MjamLMAGAZINE
The Citizen: ;;: Jacksoni || 1925: Gulf created from Cal-' .
raigned in criminal court this 000,000 a year for upkeep, betterment LEFT LAST NIGHT DELAYED' tion and of electric
and construction of !i i 1842-Santa Rosa formed from'''houn' ; Indian River created! from .
"You I state I .4 e5. ,
people of Key West don p8werr--+ -
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<>t iKUm'to realise': what you havein morning on chcargcs of assault. highways'vilh.: state money, Instead 'I E ambiS'I]fSC- Lucie;" Martin created from I BY LATE ARRIVAL I I II EDITOR j Decision Oa Codes

that histoiic old place. The with intent to commit murder. Reentered ,, of the approximately $6- r 1843: Benton created from!! Palm Beach and St. Lucie; Gil- I II

restoration of Fort Jefferson according a plea of guilty to aggra- 000,000 of state funds the department Alachua and Wakulla formed!I i christ created from Alachua. I OF TRAIN The fate of some GOO codes are
to present plans will vated assault and was sentenced has been receiving from from Leon. I; Creation of seven counties in sailed 11 II III : said to be at stake in the case
tits t three cent share of the 1841: Marion formed from : 1921 was the state's record fora I Steamship I William:
seven NRA
make it one of the most wonderful by Judge J. Vining Harris to two I I o'clock last night for Havana( with brought by against
i Alachua followed!
i cent gasoline tax. Ilillsborough: and Mosquito single year closely by
of .
monuments our country.The months in jail in addition IW: Rearon for the' B. Belcher, Alabama timber )producer
county passen ers.
I established.
; St. Lucie was created from 1887 when six; were -- RALPH McA INGERSOLL NOW
the waters of the The plan would send all
trip over revenue:
I to the three months he has already i i Mosquito. Florida was admitted to the! t late sailing was the late arrival of I for paying his employs
Gulf is worth while in itself, and ... I! from automobile license tags to; Train 75 from the north. LOOKING OVER REHABILITATION
1845 in but less than code Belcher
I formed from Union state 1845
spent in the bastile. : Levy as a wages.
old Fort Jefferson, rising out of 1 I I .;counties of the state for main- The tardiness of the train was I
the pea, sixty miles from land, The charges of assault with intent tenance of county built and main'' Alachua End HiII -borough; Mosquito prier to that time it was recognized caused by an accident to an Atlantic i i WORK contended the recovery act and

comes as great surprise." I I to commit murder was basedon : tained highways and for redue-'(i changed to Orange; part of I as a territory and operated Coast Line engine near J t i lumber code were invalid be-
Jackson added! to Calhoun. under a territorial form of gov
1 tion of their debt for road and, I
Urges CooperationIs the shooting of George Reese, 1 1816-Washington formed from I ernment. Savannah, Ga., and it was more I cause they did not lie within the
the rehabilitation i bridge bonds. For the past four than two hours before the ,train Ralph McA Ingersoll, one of
of to
Key conferred on
another negro, who was hot several i Walton and Jackson. I I Throughout its entire history i'': power
West progressing as have expected years, three cents of the gasolinetax wa enabled to move south it i is the editors of Fortune Magazine,
you months ago and who chargedthat I' 1848: Holmes formed from Florida's capitol has been located !f regulate interstate commerce. En-
? money has been used for this raid. arrived here yesterday to spend
j Calhoun and Walton. at Tallahassee. It was the only I i forcement of the code, he main.
"Mr. Stone Mr.\ Duncan, Mr. Strawn did the shooting I purpose. 1 I 1849: Putnam formed from capitol not taken bv Union forcesin Ferry Palma arrived from Havana several days in the Island City,
Gilfond and Mr. Curtis have car When Strawn was arraigned The plan accepts the passage yesterday afternoon with one i i i looking over the rehabilitationwork tained would result in taking his
Alachua, Orange, Marion and St. the 1861.1865 War Between '
ried of a general sales tax inevitable empty baggage and one sack being done in Key West by property without due of
out their program so far I before a justice of the peace for as John the States. It was successfully car process
with great success and are to be I and would give revenue'' of mail. This is the only mail the Florida Emergency Relief law in violation of rights guar-
preliminary hearing he was plac- 1850: Benton changed to lIeri defended' by a handful of soldiery
complimented on the results so from such a measure, estimated j i which has arrived from Havana : Administration. |I anteed I ,under the federal constitution
ed under bond of $1,000 for his | nando. and "home-guard" boys and old! 'I
far obtained. Hut you people at $5,000,000 to $7,500000 a since last Wednesday. Mr. Ingersoll came to Key, ,
I 1853: Sumter created. men at the Battle of Natural
here must remember that they appearance in criminal court. At year, to schools along with the Wert at the suggestion of Julius Sustaining Belcher's! objections
1854: Volusja created.! Bridge, near here. A monument
cannot do it all. You will all the trial today it was shown that revenue .from other existing 1855: St. Lucie changed to marks the spot of the battle. NEW HOURS AT I F. Stone, Jr., Florida Emergency,,, Judge Wi I. Grubb of the north-
have to help carry on the work Reese: the complaining witness, taxes. I Relief Administrator and is aj j i ern' Alabama federaL court djffese'd'the -
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they )have started. It has been was out of the county, and the!I To offset the loss to the gen- --- - u I guest of Mr. ''and Mrs. Edward', : indictment' and\ Z9ISfl

' very gratifying; to gee what they I i I pica: of the defendant on the eral! revenue fund of'the seventh I 1 t i I! ART GALLERY j Bruce at their,' 'winter 'horiie"bh, : ' 'that'the recovery! nclwajjny' \ijlffr

have I been,sale/ ty do by ,way'?oft|,charge, of aggravated assault was jfcnt' of the gasoline tax, either:SUIJ.V.&Y: IAUNCH1Q:1: } : PROCLAIMS I Division :street. '' I'I'I reasons' advanced 'jiprTtjie; luabermah. \-
", accepted. ( 1 I I M. E. Gilfondv administrator The governm'eDt'jjfWdlyappealed /
cleansing and brightening ,up the{ through its transfer to the road 1 l acting : :J !

city, ntUhLiIh! s been made! pos-j Amelia .Daisy, Hyde Camus 'was' department or through its abolish- 'ARRIVES TODAY AWAY( IN FLORIDA ANNOUNCEMENT MADE TOI -, spent most'of :yesterday ''to 'the-supreme court ,,i.jnWdef !

siblo by the cooperation of cJti-" chargediUi ajxault and battery ; ment, legislators who advocate i with the New York visitorishowing that it might pas$, ,.upaltcohstitutionality .,

zens of Key JVcit. Because pfd pod this: care went to a jury cornnosed ,, the new allocation plan, wouJclI'n.1 I DAY BY KEY WEST AD- } him many of: the pointsJ ;of.NIRA ". : ta

the work .king 'ilo ic here by the'' of Paul Archer, George revenue from all liquor taxa 1 J lor interest, 'and the 'balance 'of, 1 i' Railroad P..iOD Act ,
Saunders William Sr.,I ENGINEERING, OFFICERS ARRIVE GOVERNOR' V 'SHdLTZ VlIs ::TSI MINISTRATION Mr. Ingersoll's visit is to be spent
FERA: has 'McKillip,
Key West received: tion to the general revenue fund. j _____ i i Judge Grubb also ruled that
more 'l'{ blic.'lty throughout the) Fred Key Robert T.. Russell! and I. Officials of the road department HERE TO SURVEY I I APRIL 6 AS DATE FOR GENERAL i New hours for the Key West getting the atmosphere of Key i the act wa an illegal delegation
I West
United States than could have Valter Vinson. I i of legislative
stated some time that by congress powersto
Pogo into ef-
been The evidence not sufficient NORTHWEST CHANNEL OBSERVANCE j Gallery are put lie is here to see whether or
purchased was
straight advertising i unless additional funds were the President and that it encroached -
I Administration
." to convince the jury of the II de f fret, the Key West not the experiment being; carriedon the reserved
Incoming from the state, it on powersof
announced i
High Hope For fendant's guilt, and a verdict ot ; will make good "copy"for the state. In the oil production
BridgesJust would be
t i impossible to save from The will be with '
I'not guilty was rendered.PAYCLERKOTI. I fatal deterioration Arriving this morning from Miami .Iy A....M-falrd I'rrml I, gallery open Fortune Magazine it was control case, the supreme court
what,do you think are our, I many of the I an attendant there from 2 p. 10.i said. I i I
chances for getting the bridgesover --- ---- I highways;; of Florida because ofI was the launch Biscayne of TALLAHASSEE: Fla., March i(ito6p.nt.andfrom 7p.mto t'I held that congress had delegated

the long water gaps? ) I I lark of fund for maintenance I !': 13.:: -Florida will observe Army 9 p. m., week days. Sundays the I I too much authority to the Presi-

"You may quote me as saying:' {,anil betterment I I I the United States Engineer Department 6 under proclamation gallery will be open from 2 p. m. PLANRENTALOF dent.
|I Day April
'I am very confident that the next : Construction of highways with''' with a group of men, Ito 6 p. m. J Jj Jj. 1 [ Another important case beforei

two Matecumbe years will see the bridge from)I CITED PROGRAM 1 state funds has been almost at a'I''I in command of II. E. l"ichter. for!,i I I by Governor Dave Sholtz. j l j. Work of virtually: all West the artists Ad--1i:i i BEACH CABANAS i I I; the the railroad court is pension constitutionality act which was of

this way well on toward standstill, the'officials stated because I I t The day is sponsored by the here with the. Key l |
completion, if not finished, I of the necessity to use vir- the,purpose of making the annual ministration is displayed in thegallery |, |I held invalid in the District of
: order : the
and he added, "' 'the second will An article appearing recently in tually all revenue coming to the and soundings in the, military o world war located at the corner of]' I j: Columbia supreme court. The
follow on quickly'" ;! survey and is endorsed by the secretaryof and Caroline streets in SUMMER RATES TO BE PUT |legislation, affecting more than
: the Cali- Duval
one of San Francisco, department from the state for I j t I
What about old age pensionsand fornia newspapers, makes reference maintenance and bettermentwork. Northwest ChanneL j I war of the United State; 'the\ reconditioned Caroline ,Lowe INTO EFFECT ON i! 1,000,000 employes, provides for
unemployment insurance to Chief Pay Clerk II. B. Colonel George E. Brown, of: "The trmy," Governor Sholtz' house. j II i retirement with pay at the age of

both"I old believe that and provision for I Gould of the U. S. S. New Mexi-I') Department officials declare the sub office at Miami Beach!I proclamation' said, "always has wish The drawings paintings have, etchings elicited much and !I,! APRIL 1 t;, 65. and It would their compel employers'both to workers contribute --

in need age should unemployment.cases co.The I road department revenue from was in the city last week on a..been a symbol of the spirit of the favorable comment from visitors to a retirement fund.
made. I
I deals with the r
write-up >
gasoline sales! should not be cut
believe that the burden should not! tons of food provided aboard the J if the state's system, of highways preliminary visit, to,, go over the'*American people, nnselfish' and .going there. Summer; rates for rental of the Several cases involving validityof

be borne entirely by the state or I warships the subject of which was is to be maintained even in part. situation and map out the work loyal in patriotic duty and 0 allegi-: i cabana at Rest Beach will be put i land-others the agricultural:questioning adjustment legality act of

federal adnini...tration but that it : discussed in one of the widely-I v for the survey party. j I once to the flag." i COUNTY'.BOARD into effect April 1. it was an. by the works administration
grants public
thould be spread no that the county circulated magazines in which t .J(; ,The colonel made,an inspection i i Floridians were urged '''by the; 1 nounced this morning by M. E.Gilfond. for construction of
and ,
the employer and employe'should 1 Bennie Walker brings Pay Clerk STEAMSHIP SAN of the inland waterway from-governor ,"to honor the army on; I . TONIGHT acting administrator of ,municipal power plants have ben
carry their part of it. By his during 1
radio the
Gould in as guest a Key West Administration, foli
I with this day by a display of flags on; brought in the lower courts. Muchof
EO: spreading in
the ,
expense would Key West, going company
broadcasting program.Mr. JBAL o'ARRIVES 1 i i; lowing a staff conference.
not be great for any one." I II Gould h i brother-in-law B. M. Duncan, who is in charge their places of business and at I I this litigation probably will be
a the reduction I
I ; Through it
; to : laeeting, of the! was carried ultimately to the supreme
Relative To Depression of Kelsey Curry of Eaton street II i of the intracoastal waterway pro- their homes and otherwise ap- Second regular ;I
[ all
,I said, virtually cabanas
I I are court.
other projects in observe the occasion. board of county commissioners?
well propriately
As a matter of comparison. how, this city ject as as : eX-I
I pected to be occupied during
month of March will be
San Ubaldo arrivedin I for the ;
i- state I Steamship Monroe county.
coming de
through the i tj i i I greater part of the summer, and I II MULE LEAPS ON CAR
pression'"Reports PALACE port this morning shortly after While there has never been any DOC HIKES 700 MILESI held 8 o'clock this evening in the
from all the I I 10 o'clock and took on 18,792 gal- action taken in Washington on f j clerk's office at the county court I I tt the same time the lower rates
over I H erner.Vingon Player in I will make it possible for Key ALGIRE, Mo.--A mule leaped
state would indicate that lons of fuel oil at the Porter Dock the matter of the waterway from DE.'lVER-Lost Yellowstone house. II
in very much better condition we are to- THE HAUNTED HOUSE company. Bahia Honda to Key W) st, it is Park a shepherd dog hiked 700 t Aside from routine business including :Welters to enjoy this new attraction :- on the roadster of Ferdinand lIar-

day than we have been for some Screen: John Wayne in I The vessel i is from Stanlow. the belief of a number of Key,miles to this city where it was' checknig: the depository : of the Island City man. of this city, while he was

years. The entire government is TEXAS TERROR England, and after taking bunk- Westers that this project will be i identified by its tag and shippedby accounts: for the month of Feb- Reservations are to be made driving near Bourbon and pawed

running nearer to a balanced Night: 3tt Hr. Show > 15-25c II' ers, sailed 2 o'clock for Tampico, eventually authorized by con-( train to its home in Wisconsin. -I i ruary. there is nothing else ICh.d-j through the recreation department and kicked him so severely that
1 uled for consideration, it is of the West Administration.I he died.
(Continued on Page Four) Matinee: (picture only) 10-lSc I Mexico. gress, it is said. Key




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i1S1 BANKS NOT TO BLAME I voted against the bond issue. Are ........................ was achieved after peace had been
kCf" C tip
fJt you the other one?" signed.
__ KEY WEST IN Today In I History

l"hbllsJIt.-d> Dally Except Sunday Crrni The banks have come in for no small ''' ROAN COS I E. C. McClennan of Topeka, ........................ 1884-Standard Time established -

:: 'mri\_ 1*. AKTM rn.'VN.i.ism\G Pr..lae.t.From CO.. INC.I amount of criticism in the past few years, bypttEA DAYS GONE BY Kansas, brother of Frank McClennan 1775-First blood of an organ- in country.1914United! .

The Citizen Building NLNDL>1t01i Here Just 10 Yean editor of the Topkea State ized Britainin
some of it deserved, a great deal of it not Happening body of men resisting
Corner Greene and Ann Streeta Ago T* day As Taken From Journal and one of the directorsof War of the Revolution shed in States Express

deserved. I The Files Of The CitizenKey the associated Press, is among so-called Westminster Vt., mas- Company retired from business

Only Dally Newspaper in Key West And :Monroe There has been some protest because I AnnualsANNUALS f.... the visitors in Key West arriving I acre... after CO >ears' existence.
County. from Havana where he had been
banks have inaugurated service charges. such as blue Cen- I West voted for bonds, pro- spending several Mr. :
days. the banks in
tiit rf This the banks have them taurea and cleome shed themselves I yesterday, Clennan is much
brought upon gress and prosperity pleased with Key t 1815-Gen. Andrew Jackson;; Federal Reserve Districts reopen
r i KT v-s ivmicAUHraibrr selves largely because for years they ad- seedlings quite will abundantly be found and in the the I probably more emphatically than West especially the ideal climate, received the news of ending of the ed.

.f the AwwrUtcd lor... beds where these annuals were'. tiny city ever. voted before. When and 'predicts a great future for I I Second War with Englandmorethan
:t.e. Associated Press is exclusively entitled credited to nee vertised how easy and desirable it was to : planted last year. I,If to quantity, the count |",,'as' announced J last Key!West I II !i iI two months after the battleof 1934-Ford restored $5.00-a-

It r or rrpuktiratlun nut other*!U of credited all new.In dispatches this paper and als.the to. open a checking account and pay bills by I thin out by increasing the size night it was shown that but two New Orleans-ami learned that Jay minimum wage to more than

lw-.nl news published I.eru. check. Then they commenced to analyze of the bed or,moving to another] votes were cast against the bond I I Editorial Comment: While the his famous victory of New Orleans half his employes.!!
portion of the gal'.on'I:)h i folks commonly
: issue while 893 were for it. Since,women manage 1
A NATIOSAL EDITORIAL) many of these accounts and found that a .e.s vote known last night I things, it is often considered advisable 1----- .
I' SALPIGLOSSIS la not only attractive was I
k5* ASSOCIATION large portion of them because of small to let the men think they -
been scratching
"A,.! 11 in the garden but it : many residents haVe
._l CJI'l.ein.G.et. / 935SUlSCmiTION balances and great activity, were very un- is especially desirable> gas cut \ .their head in their efforts to:F do.. STEAMSHIP Co.
'flowers. Sew the seeds
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RATES the recall any other similar measurein This evening in the armory a P & 0
measured Cower.
.me Year .. ...... ". ". ... . ......_........_...,.-,_, ._'1..0. profitable. Accordingly the plants *are.to a any other part of the conntry. drill of members of : UNITED STATES FAST
Fix Munlhi .._..... ... ...... ....... '.0' service charge was devised in an effort to competitive
,,'liree Month _...._...._.._.. 159 THE HOT WEATHER puts a having been accorded so pronounced , the National Guards will be held. MAIL ROUTES FOR
fine Mnnth ...-..... ......._......._.. .** get people either to keep larger balances 1 stop to the flowering of sweet a majority. For a bond Officers of the local marine detachments -
Ij\jekly\ ..._.__.__._._ ..._,-_ -M peas so that early planting is into the million!, the fORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
in their accounts or pay the cost of clear desirable so as to have an abnnd- issue running ; and the army will bepresent Effective April 27, 1933
ABV1ltTlliG. HATES ing their checks furnishing bookkeeping anco; of blooms before the hot majority was probably unpre': and witness the maneu-, Leave Key West for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays 12.::CP.
_Ma" known on application.SlI.tlAL. I cedented. 1 Al.
days come. Plant some early 1 vcr!'. The boys are now making
NOTICE service and a periodical accounting of their month Leave Havana for West and I|
All rf-a.llng notice, cards of thank., resolution ofr varieties as there is over a i ready for the annual encampment Key Wednesday
-.wet. rl.'luarr notice, etc-, will t.e charged for at transactions.The between the early and late flow 1 I Franklin D. Roosevelt, assistant to be. held in Pensacola! and 9:00: A. 31.Leave.
rSIJ: of :. cent a line. ering. Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays
% .. recretary of the navy during the I effort is being made to enlist .
: ii*<- for entertainment by churches from which S every days 6:30 P. M.
measured service charge does
1 r>"v. ?ue I U to be derived are 5 cents a line. WHEN Chrysanthemums are be- I Wilson administration, and; Mrs.' more men. Saturda1a\\
iiw CltlftvU I.I an open forum and Invite discus i Tickets Reservations and Information at Ticket
not penalize the small depositor unless he lot of arrived in the to-
dun cf public IXMHS and subjects of local or general ginning to bud they need a Roosevelt. city Dock 'Phone 71
:2il rent Lut It will not publish anonymous communl- insists upon making his account very active -' water. A light application of ,day. They will spend several Jays Walter Bruce Saunders. 52 J. H. COSTAR. J
uU'.I\3. garden fertilizer worked into the home. GIG
fishing in these waters. The Koo<:(-I years old, died at
checks and maintaining soil will also the of
by drawing many help quality street. Funeral services
the blooms. nIt\ were here some time ago and Margaret -
little if balance. Thus the held tomorrow 4 o'clock. i
will be
i any SCBE t were highly! pleased with their vis-
I complaint of the little fellow that he is be- SURE and Include petuniasin it. 1 from the First; Methodist church. CIII..4VII.ATIIIII "I 'dJJ
your garden. They are one of I! Rev. L. Munro will i officiate.
ing penalized is unwarranted-he pays the few nearly foolproof plants II _
.*A i< HILL.always seek thet truth and print it looming freely under almost any : Mr. and 'Mr*. Charles! Roland BENJAMIN LOPEZ
'"i' jifcV* M''l''*?4Wft for what he demands and gets in the way ' ' 1
garden conditions; Richardson'1' received", !otli nnlionncing I Better t
*ithont'fear 1 .nd without favor; never be ,. r. FUNERAL HOME light-Better Sight
of service. S ., ..0 ., the marriage '"W then"
.fra.ulo, altacjrirrong ordopPPIaud right; ZINNIAS are warm weather Jlildrt'd'Pere- Established 49 Year.
: Harry. to Mi"s !
Banks have only two things to ?ell- plants and must be eown in warm, 4m. We. '. Olde.t '
o Key !
foG be the o Md: Mr:'Rich : 1 k
nix} illa'fjgllt .progress F nver* : or- credit and service. Formerly in more soli. Best results are obtained r ':. of Baltimore. 24-Hour Ambulance Servlr r rn :
gan/or the eeeds in'-'tti ar }on has been maki 'i'flidromeip ;
T '}prosperous times they could afford to give ground where the' plants are1 to\ "'.:baltimore for the pft i.f e'v,erjfears. I Licensed Enb.lmer n I k down
faction or class; always do 1 its'utmost for the '. '; Phone 13? Nirhl; .<*4-W
: service because the earnings from tloy.'fr.! *.' !. 25' '
away * I And
pdblJc: welfare; never tolerate"c riuption'or:
credit could carry the cost. Now, they find THE SELECTION of varieties of l : C month
injustice; denounce vice and 'praise virtue; stocks for planting depends upon The soul of the "sponge man'at KEY WEST s per
that to meet the exacting requirements of
commend good done by individual or organ the purpose. If for cut flowers the ('ntranceto the chamber} ocommerce f- COLONIAL HOTEL
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation the branching varieties are the so troobled laci t i
ization: ; tolerant of others' rights views and best. Ten Week Stocks are the was I Installs complete with a duplex
they cannot be as free with their I best varieties for bedding pur- night that he could not go t< I In the Center of the Businessand
opinions; print only news that will elevate poses only. sleep. This morning when he e 1,, outlet and 60 watt bulb the
service as formerly. . Theater District I
and not contaminate the reader; never com- learned) of the result of the e'ec! l famous'PIN-IT-UP LAMP.
THE BRILLIANCY of Poppies is lion for bonds he admited l that h<
with First CIa -Fireproof- ,
promise principle. 1e I
not surpassed by any annual -
GREAT JURIST PASSESIn had been worried because': he hat
and they will add brilliancyto : Sensible Rates l'
tho color of your garden. They decided to vote against the bonds I. ; '

fit in nicely between the June Now he would like to know whi l COFFEE SHOP NOW OPENS
the death of Oliver Wendell Hol-
perennials and the later annuals. i was the other person who votet
. Alsok
SIDELIGHTS mes, retired associate justice of the Uni- against the issue, and to find thi S Garage Elevator II -
POPPY SEED is exceptionallyfine.
ted States Supreme Court, the nation has A convenient: method of out he had pinned on his chest i a Popular Price.
planting id to mix the seed with card bearing this inscription: "I i down
lost one of the greatest jurists who ever 7
about six: times the quantity of .. .. ..
MARCY B. DARNALL. -- ------ 25
By adorned the bench of its highest court. At very fine sand. Sow while the I Andper
Id sUlIIll.Jahbut.
Former Editor of The West Citizen ground damp. Any \ month
>> Key the time of his death he lacked only two .} be destroyed for they, ill
days of being 94 years of age. iiot stand trln planUng.
It is a curious historical fact that the KEY WEST
Installs complete the wonderful
Justice Holmes was born in Boston, S
five Presidents of the United States who ........................ as at the close of business December 31, 1934,
the son of the eminent poet and essayist Comptroller's Call READY LIGHT UNIT.
died in office were elected in 1840, I860 Today's
whose name he bore. He entered the RESOURCESLoans

1880, 1900 and 1920 at intervals of 20 Union after his from and Investments': ..-. $ :205,639.43: S

years. Wonder if this will l cause superstitious army graduation Anniversaries .1 Overdrafts ............._..._... 71.G1 See any of our employees regarding these
Harvard in 1861 and attained the rank of
1 ........ . ....... Ranking House, Furnitureand
... . ..
aspirants to say "I do not choose to lamps or see them on display at our displayroom.
lieutenant-colonel. He was wounded three Fixtures ......_... 33,082.33Fonds S
run in 1940?" 1733--Joseph Priestley, the of States and Possessions .
times in action-in the breast, in the neck, famed English clergymanscientist of the United S

and in the foot. discoverer of oxygen and oth- States ............___.___ 139370.68

It that there is really such a er gases, whose liberal views Other Bonds and Securities 74,204.03
appears After the war he practiced law and Stock of the Federal Re-

thing as second childhood for some people made him flee England to America serve Bank ........_.._._? 6,000.00 This Special Offer
became a professor in Harvard law school, born. Died at Northumberland. Temporary Federal De-

among whom are Mr. and Mrs. J. II. later serving as justice and chief justice of Pa., Feb. 6, 1804. posit Insurance fund 1,934.01United '

Browner of Excelsion Springs Mo.\ aged the Massachusetts Supreme Court for more States Government Limited to April 1

respectively 83 and 79. Brawner has just 17G4-Earl Grey great Endlish Obligations direct -
than 20 until his elevation to the and %
years, liberal fully guaranteed -.
Prime :Minister born.
cut a tooth and his wife recently had _._...__......____...832744.73 "
United States Supreme Court in 1902. lie Died 17 1845.
\ July Cash ahd due from Banks 495t 8.97 1,327,913.7t' GET YOUR LAMP TODAY J
whooping cough. retired in 1932 on account of failing

1793--John W. Edmonds noted $1,888,235.79
health at the age of 90. !I
New York lawyer and jurist' LIABILITIES Sr

One Sunday morning recently a St. While his decisions and opinions often born at Hudson N. Y. Died Capital.____...______.._$ 100,000.00

Louis lady called across the yard fence to ran counter to the majority of the court April 5, 1874. Surplus Circulation and .Undivided Profits __....__ 55,007.4: r The Key West Electric Co.
complain of loud swearing emanating from his high ability and integrity were never cposits' ...__.........:..__.___...__ 1,633,228-37
the house of her next-door neighbors. A questioned. He was esteemed and beloved I 1804-James W. Alexander, 1 }
Presbyterian preacher, writer and 1888235.79 "II'III. 'I.uIIII" .I'
small boy explained: "Aw, that's only all and hn death '
by although
expected professor, born in Louisa Co.. Va. .
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dad ; he's:! late for church and can't find his for some time was a distinct shockto Died near there, July :31, 1859.

ptBycr-boot. his countrym.en.
.' : 4t.; -., 181James C. Hepburn noted
,,' l'.f"' AuaI1M.1Krs; : Pre-bytymn medkai'misson; ,-

lloyt Houston" 10, of :jBooneville. .,- WHAT TO DO FOR KEY WEST ary tiljfcJIOnent: ; born at'*hltory

Pa. ni Ark., .wa skeptical wheu told that one'stongue SENSATIONAL PRICE
U '" Sept. l t. }1)11.) f
J .
) uouid Stick fast if applied t'f.,lrosted -f ..-P When the average citizen of Key Ait .

metal, so he tried it drf a frosty rail in West begnis to think about its future he .1 1 32-John,11.1. pi:ll'Cu1it.'k, 3"1 A'nr'

the railroad yaul. A switch engine was 'realize that his own economic success: depends t"; 1ftj ?romrj, Lfaiitdf.f tof iter.40 'j'3OcWY Ware
evolution, born Hawaii. Die > Glassbake Cooking
held up several minutes until his tongue to a great measure, upon the pros in n .
there April 14, 1923.1855Percival .
could be thawed loose. perity of his neighbors, and the growth of

his town. Lowell, the famed

Inaccurate bookkeeping has caused To realize what he ought to do in Lowell astronomer Observatory who in 1894 established, brother 3 .

helping Key West forward, he has only to
piely of trouble, but in a case reported to Harvard's ox-president bornin

from Missouri: it i is prolonging a m.an's life. ask himself what he expects of his fellow Bo!'ton. Died at Flagstaff. V

The execution of a murderer and bank citizens. What i is it? To trade with him Ariz.. Nov. 12, 1916.

to overlook the shortcomings in his business -
robber i3 being delayed until his income Subscribe to The Citizen.
be due to his location and through their
taaccounts can straightened out.
cooperation to help him render them bet- MUNSON ISLANDFISHING

ter service. CAMP

Some of our professional reformers Operated by R. M. Ellison
Then to be a loyal booster of Key
might take a gentle hint of warning from a Best Fishing on Coast
West all that is of the
required average Guides and Boats AvailableSea

Tennessee 1 schoolboy's essay on Socrates, inwhich I citizen i is that he treat his neighbor, and FoodFj:;hiog-f..
he wrote: "Socrates was a great I Bathing
hu neighbor's business, in the same way Boating
man, and a tramp. He went around telling Write for ReterratioDc, Po
I that he wants his neighbor to treat him Of
people what to do, and they poisonedhim. > n (iceRamrodKgyAccessible :
and business. by Rail or Auto to.

; I Ramrod Kfyft!
Camp Boats ?Meet Guestst
NRA DRAGS Rates ; $5.00. her'Day-
A woman's missionary society in a American Plan" .

Kar.:-:as, town publishes: this attractive advoiti There doesn't seem to be very much .I

anent: "The won\en of the society life left in the NRA since it lost General i

have: cast off clothing of all kinds. Look Johnson the big noise, who kept everybody PiratesCoveFrshingCamp I

them over in the church basement anytime waked up in the early days of the Pirates Cove Florida

this week." New' Deal. 20 Miles From Key West! on I

Donald R. Richberg is a quiet and or- the Overseas Highway South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

This paraphrase from the Pathfinder derly somebody who was put onto the job SWIMMING POOL I

i i.? worth memorizing: "You can beat some to give it dignity and stately manners, in FINE CUISINE Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
First CUss Accommodations
of the trains to all of the crossings! ; all of which role he seems to be as successful as! 1! Write or Telephone for S "Your home is'worthy'of: the best"

the trains: to some of the crossings, but an undertaker. ReservationsRates

you can't beat all of the trains to all of the Reports from far and wide indicate I : $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day ;

crossings" J (hat codes are not being observed America Plan %I1


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The J/ontaiut Kid spite of the huge width of the som- .....!1..o...........
and Itrolher I'atmal, wits 1klrctifl ireros. the bodies of the men were HOLE IN ONE ON LOCAL PERSONAL A complete change of program
Koeita, are cat tAe edge
of the Valley of the Dead. They un-blackened almost beyond belief. GOLF COURSE YESTER will be made at the Palace Thea-
hey to rtffve Metro Kubrlf, ('m- This fellow was an elder whom
4roiKit ta the alley ." General STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS ter tonight Heffner-Vinson Stock
Fttrada. Montana Jut hat forced time had withered. His hair was DAY AFTERNOONE.
tiro mien guarding a long ttring ofrw ray. His skin was powdered over INDIGESTION victims why company will pfot'sent on the stagea
vfia>Mtr to fight a duel ta
the depth; both men disposed of.JfiwHa In places with gray also. And on a I suffer? For quick relief get a good mystery drama, "The

frrbap tTftalnt he rd Vontaxa to Pa cual trill that tarctptti >e skeleton neck a skeleton bead was :. A. Strunk, president of the free sample of Udga, a doctor's Haunted House." John Wayne in
fcv Jtan-Silvt; master of place l. tbe hollow eyes glaring AROUND, THE GOLF LINKS CATES LOOMS INDODGERSTTRYOUT prescription, at Gardner's Phar-
local Rotary Club, made a hole in the "Texas Terror" will be shownon
the va::Vy,at ,r orrfj i* their place. down at the Kid. i macy.marl3181920252627aprl20.

"How much fool are you one on the local golf course. Playing -I ; the screen.A .

Chspter S3 stranger he asked. "Or do you (By GRAVY) against John Kischenbaum 8-Ox: 3 1-2 hour program startingat
know what this Is?"
SNAREDlTELL. place how'mllch A certain gentleman by the'.four. In the meantime, Tim was yesterday afternoon Eddie made Ia I 7 o'clock is now shown at the
"Ask Francisco and Felipe
/ will Jaan-Silva believe fool I am." said the Kid. name of Li Plummer does not be- trying to get his ball to go wherehe I drive on No. 7 which rolled up i| Palace at the regular admission
both!" asked Rosita. lieve.that will BOY LOOKS GOOD
Gravy anything wasn't looking (he never does
What do and down into
"Franctscp Felipe you the cup for an charge.
"Will he make guards of you! And know about them And who's this about how Gravy and "lIel10" look the way it goes) and finally TO BIG LEAGUE' OFFICIALS PIANO-Thorough individual instruction
II he does will that give you "Ace. at reasonable rates.
even man In the friar's gown?" Pittman thought they could arrived on the scene for a short
a chance to set Rubrlz free? How "Francisco and Felipe have Just play golf.against the said Li and]l I.putt for a five. Li and Morganhad The hole is 210 yards long and Charles Roberts Studio, 613 8PWSPEND' rrfl/ff
can 1 tell? There is one chance in this was the second time in the Margaret street.
finished each other off with their friend Arthur "Pirate" Morgan). putted down 18 inches away
ten thousand-and that's "a good knIves. They're lying In the sand . .but children read the following -'|from the can for a six. Then Gravy history of the golf course that it 1-2-4-6-8-11-13-15x
chance for Montana to take! has been negotiated in stroke.
outside the mouth of the valley. And and weep-I! j tries to do a "Eddie Strunk" and (New York Evening Post) one

Brother Pascual said: "Friend hat makes room for two more good Last Saturday afternoon was a I misses, and losing the match one ORLANDO Fla., March 9.- About 10 years ago Dr. Eugene MISCELLANEOUS YOUR

bow has this happened" men in the valley, doesn't It? You beautiful golfing day, as in fact II lup;: and so Li, Morgan and Gravy When, as sometimes happens, Lowe was the lucky man. ALL MAKES

Two mad dogs. They. took each see, friend, that we've come to take every day is in this delightful, isink[ for five's each and is Li some one looks out to Tinker Field : RADIOS REPAIRED VACATION
I Another is William Cates twen- by authorized radiotrician.:
other by tIM throat The rest of be Vacant places. balmy; Winter Paradise (this is [' happy!!? But not for long. . and whispers something about : a I ::
Work :
what Rosita says-well. It'i true "A good face but a hollow brain." j I' ty-two-year-old third baseman guaranteed. 1107 Varela THIS YEAR IN
for the benefit of the newly arriv- [Gravy ad Tim will beat the sox semi-pros, he is not really talking
enough. You see our ghost of a said one ot the guards. I I from Key West Fla.,. who has a street Phone 866-J.
ed tourists). Well, suh, Tir ro-. off them next time. about the Dodgers.: He means the FLORIDAAtorlUitioa
chance! Pascual** "Go look for Francisco and Felipe great pair of fielding hands, a fine feb23-hnoz I
theus Pittman was going to play] -- i score of youngsters who partake
"To walk !In-freely-to gIve ourselves Emilio. said the commander of the I | whip, a six-foot build and the
Into the hands ot Juan guard. "The rest of you, bring the Li by himself and then thought,I I And now another personal II )j I of a piece of the Brooklyn practice -I ability to drive the ball a mile I WANTED pycurHEALTH! \
"Now would be time to This time it will be : .
Silva?" muttered the friar. pair of them along. And mind you a good glimpse: non : periods. right-handed fashion.

"WeUlal4 Montana "I don't two-If one of you moves a singleIdestep. silence the said Li." (The only ,,I other than Edward Stronk. This i The whisper is because of the Others include Joe Milvid, a I WANTED-PROTESTANT men /II"'llltl\\\\\,

know a better way.: And somehow. hell be dragged the rest way this will ever be done is when individual is one of the greatest I recent Landis ruling that preventsa small blond from Bridgeport who and women for district agents.

I'd rather take the first chance and of the<<: way by the neck. He may get Benny Sawyer nails down the top 1?t[boosters for the Key West golf major league club from sign- can cover a lot of outfield; "Jer-; Business pleasant profitable

die with It- than to wait there in to the house of ..JuanSilvatUh a bit of Li's wooden overcoat) So the J C j course than anyone in. town. He ing players.}frora the semi-pro sey" Mizernk, a Slav third base No capital required. Address / Met

tile h\l1i.\ looklrp down Into Bell of breath' In bis lungs, but he'll be said Tim and Gravy take on Morgan -j has given of his time money and field,. but it isn't at all necessary man from Perth Amboy, who was Smith Publishing Company,
from tbi$ brinf iTHe l<&ser;a,' fcllof missing aotno akin 03 his body You I I and Plummer. But Li does brains. The latter was very meager The Dodgers are merely going recommended the Cardinals' Tallahassee, Fla. marl3-ltx ,

looks. at' tberjl fn't(' the harder 1t1s here,trfr.t: . to take." you've enteredl"IlE It.. where never: ''' ; BICYCLES ..THE )
at 2 p. m. as he said he would. paint shop you can Reading club, which, 'though the Bronx, a shortstop from the I PORTING' ,f
.He could not help adding: "Bat seems that Tim Morgan and Gravygo buy the kind of paint yon want. Brooklyn I Sawa/C-
property, ,employ
Dead I I can Yonkers City League, and Clem WE RENT by the Hour OED BOOK
way should two men go in. Pascnal T Valley oC.the suppose out and play by themselves,' Well this same Eddie Strunk came or
reformed semipross.They -Just Of tk* PresetQ..YI..aedsle.
Let mo go alone. Whatever( on '. It to be." laid good Pas- West about 16 Lucke. a Brooklyn boy who Week. Repair all makes and .: tar
do I'll try.. And you wait out here cual '- -, S Gravy giving the other two a lto I Key years ago come from all sections and couldn't get a good semi-pro job paint them with Nu-EnameL We'I "' &en. Ale. HtlfktW ...
in the lkl at *
stroke a hole. About No. 5, who because he and I ftarted at wrens.t.
-with Rosita-wait: as many"daysas "Well, why are you here" I some of them look plenty prom- around town last summer but who carry a full supply of parts.: A. U.RceAHi; s.ta.tr.ynow.
but Li and he house. And now .. .
should boarding tears f !
says same SlrlM
you have any hope-and then "He's going to raise them," suggested appear I ising. One of the best is Jimmy i done some sensational shortstop- Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand GIBCI. AIM Deflaei Baseball
was detained something or oth-look at Eddie. he has a wife,I . .
by Stane B CH. ( A -
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take her back to her people. 1 a guard. "He's going to raise Stopa, a Brooklyn boy who plays ping in every practice period. sell them as low as $1.00 Tar Nlck_._.. ....
I rafMS
Folks this stall, three children two automobiles
"I have no people" said the girl the dead!" er. ( was just a a.. the outfield well and hits with I I per week J. L. Stowers Music\ HANDY POCKET SIZE: M PACKS!
he scared. Well about this I of cats and plenty wo- ies.I Y. JVwKfew Send Dim MC
was ) couple At at r a
I all
1 have yon. When you are gone. They laughed. They laughed: authority for his twenty-two years. Subscribe to The Citizen. Company janl8-lmo .
time we were 300 yards down the Well, anyhow, Eddie comes from
have nothing. But you Pascual stay heartily, rolling a little In their sad. .
out here with me. If we can't talk dIes. fairway and Li says "I'll lay down I up Starke, Fla., way. .some unkind -' - -- --- ._ -

*'e can pray. I've always wanted to "He'd better try to raise[ himself" my ball here and count one and person says they hope that C.ITIIIIII"'IIIIIIII"'IIIIII.4TIII.J'TII.4T.lT8.4T1

be taught how!" saId another. "What will Juan-SIIva start playing." Boy, that guy has I it wasn't a little place not far

Pascual put his heavy arm over: say?" more nerve than two other guys. from Starke known commonly as

the shoulders of Montana I "It's a good net that the birds lie says once he hit a ball 275 Raiford. We won't tell you the

rother," he said: "let us go in.1 want to fly Into." yards and inasmuch as he felt fit rest for Eddie says he did not escape

"R SIta." said Montana, "there'sno I The beating hoofs from the rear as a fiddle he would now call it Well, Eddie started out be- RELIABLE

U3e talking to you-no use telling .i told that Emilio was overtaking 300 and start playing. Well, sir, ing one of the punkest players FIRMS'Who 0

you that there's danger from j them. And now he pulled up his he came dog-gone near getting a around and now he is one of the
Jean-SHva's wild devils of Indiana horse at the side of the man of the he
birdie on the hole (counting one best lie has practiced until
1 know that. You'll wait out there death's-head.
for a miraculous drive) and gets now gets about as good a drive as
for with the horses. God bless "Francisco and Felipe-both dead
us cocky as usual. So. .by the time most of tM better class of golfers,
cut to pieces-their knives beside
ycu."He Rosita.knows nothing[ : about me.1 -them. Hal! It's a thing to see. we are around to No. S again Mr. averaging 200 yards. Most have a fc Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction fc fcI

said the gIrl There's blood spread over halt an Plummer and Mr. Morgan are five I hook to them, sometimes. .quite per-I
down to Tim and Gravy! Li tells ceptible. When they ion's nave I ,
"Child! Child!" reproved the acre. You wouldn't find so much

friar. blood in a pair of bulls. his partner "Now I'll turn on the the foregoing Eddie may be found ', '..................................e............',.............u................................
"Hush and tarn your head, Pas The leader heard this report witha broadcast," and believe you me, I in the bush hunting his lost ball.I'. :

cual." answered the gIrl "I have to nod of the head. by the time we got around to No. I Next is his iron shots which: are DELICIOUS HEADQUARTERS FOR ::

say good-by to El Keed. "This is a thing that needs think- 8 tee he had given off more hot I usually none too accurate unless I CAKES and PASTRIES : SWEET CLOVER
They walked in. together. Running ''n:." he said. "Even Juan-Silva will air, bull, baloney, fal-de-rah or a very short hole. If he uses a .. ';til : MARINE CURIOS
Inter must have cut the twist- close his eyes and smile when he anything else than if you had brassie OT spoon on the second I / SOUVENtRS.: CONDENSED MILK.

Ins channel through the rock bat hears about it" Berlin Sawyer Sam Harris and shots he is apt to drift into a trap. i ; '
the river of the Valley of the Dead They had come out, now, to the Willie Kemp 'all rolled into one. On his approach shots of 50 yards ,., .. : : ASK FOR IT AT YOUR

B3 longer: flowed through the otdi center of the valley, with tobacco- I'm telling you the air was BO or less he is dead to the can. In ,, : Fishing Tackle, Kodaks NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

outlet It had found an exit under fields on both sides\ of them, and thick that neither Tim nor Gravy fact on shots of this character he and Films :

ground; at the base of the eastern Montana looked through the frightful could see where they were going is one of the most dependable on ,. OVEJ.oR-SEAS tt : Same quality and weight as
Diamonds Watches and other
cliff: what small!! part of the water sun-glare and the rising steamat and even Morgan was saying that the course, taking odds from no ,. : higher priced condensed

was not used!: : to irrigate the fields. the heights that receded step by if Li didn't take a breath that he 1 one on this very ticklish shot. His Transportation Co., Inc. : : Jewelry : milk.

Not a hundred yards through that step into the distance.It was gonna lay down and sleep the putts are equally good. His stance FAST and RELIABLE :, : Watch and Jewelry 'DISTRIBUTED BY-
winding: pass they came out upon a was like a vast theater, with
off! Well anyhow, when No. is like someone tied up into a ,
jag ,
benches hewn out which DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE Repairing
view:! of the valley floor. It was flat on prodigious Our Ready-to-Serre Cake ,
8 began Li and partner were one knot. But the ball rolls true to the TRUJILLO BROTHERS 3
monsters could seat them
as !leveling could make it. and from InformationPHONE and Pastries are always fresh
selves. And from all sides the reflected down and when the hole was over hole but never short. lie has mas- For All
black with WHOLESALE
the feds.! new water GROCERY
arose: a great steam into the morning heat poured into the cup of everybody was square. The next tered the one important thing to i", 269-M Maloney & Peacock : FRANK JOHNSON I

sun. That: wes part of the mistvhlch the valley and was held there. To hole resulted in Li going in the remember in putting. You must I PHONE 818 : 'Colonial Hotel Division! and Thomas Streets Sm
JAS. D. BAILEY Agent BIdg.
from a distance obscured: the breathe was difficult! In this short trap and jumping out. You can't never be ehort Eddie is one of the .......................... .
the .............. .
he deliberate on .....
of players .
floor of the valley.: time the clothes Montana had become beat these lucky guys. .Then most ,. .........1)..............
soaking wet and the huge says "watch the next one" but the course which most people call be- SELECT SEA FOODS :

: could see the caravan of friar was visibly soaking. next one went the way of all ing just plain slow but when Eddie : HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

THEY condemned going slowly up Cut Brother Pascual kept his fle h. .he took a little paint off is playing for skins, he very J.wfish! 2 Ibs Sac JOHN C. PARK : INSURANCE I !:

the road into the \alley: and head high and retained, always, . .then the next he put on the seldom loses to anybody except ,k Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib.. 3Se :

mouctef urn rode before them! and that faint smile which went with green (he never had done this be- Johnny Kirschenbaum who has Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ibs. 25c A

behind Hut it was strange,:; that even him through life, as though he before). So Morgan, in the mean- Eddie's number. One of the quickest Grouper, 2 Ibs. zee : 328 SIMONTON ST. : Office: 319 Duval Street :

the Valley!! of the Dead should be unguarded found. something worthy of both time getting a little rest from all players to lose his temper, '. Supper, 2 11>>a. 25c5 : ,i
at the entrance: pity and amusement in all that nevertheless Eddie is one of the Mutton Fish, 2 Ibs. tae
that attack of Li's, plays np ,
Unguarded: As the two stepped passed Montana: beneath admired his gaze.him as Never be had admired close. .Gravy was in the trap to best sports In the game and the Lars_ Select Oyster :, PLUMBINGDURO :: TELEPHONE .N0.1 :
Into tbe road a half: -dozen mounted ,
the right of the green in two, writer confidently expects Mr. Edward FRESH SHRIMP
men sprang their horses out from him now. Only as Pascnal saw ; ; : :

angling; crevlyr the rpcksfTh! f Ure.pncs of laborer in the fields chipped up about 15 feet past the StrnnMo r be the 1936 City' : GROUND GREEN .: :nu: :e Try Your Meat. At

cause at the friar and Montang with dlijhlsisraile go oat and a great can in three and ready for a par Champion"i! t *, i.'J' i. j TURTLE MEAT, J : . :

frtehtful.yrils/rdjws whirling over 'breath ""cll his chest ----_ __ \ PUMPS Ddmonico Restaertad
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their hesfia. ::; .i V '. :4 For they were scattered here and .... ..i.. .... ........... KiD,fiala o PORTER-ALLEN
-* mere long lines ot'miserable ..................... DELIVERY : PLUMBING : : Qrlwaaer Beer ._ Ife
Such: faces, grinning with such crew FREE PROMPT. ; SUPPLIES ?--- :
diabolic! joy the Kid[ had never seen turca. almost naked. For the womep Six Coarse Dinner, _._
except for Filipe and Francisco an abbreviated skirt afforded some PHONE 348 : COMPANY
.,. 50, 75c 'and 85.
S :; ,
dooeney.For the there PHONE : -------
who now lay dead: at the entranci" men was a ,

to the valley.. And a thunderclap of loin[ cloth. .......leeeeeeeee*...... ...................... i,..................t.....:. ..................... 5
conviction struck him as he saw the And for the men and women, both, (By JOVE) I S

the friar onrush.with raised head calmly await gave there were shelter the huge from sun-hats the killing which ..................-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-....r;................... I OYSTERS J AARON McCONNELL : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU : Attention Housewives! *

lIe had come Into the valley. witha strength ot the sun. The swaying of Now that the fight programs ail bats with} the administration unit SERVED ANY STYLE *, 636 FlcBtinr( StreetS :: To see the PRETTY GIFTS !

And fanatic probably, not a they quick-witted[ were lost helper together. the made broad-bladed Irregular lines short-handled of light across hoes the High School Gym have haltedfor I in diamondbalL Each club has .. Extra large select, quart Tae e <\\U I : and NOVELTIES at ;.We are now offering 3 V

At least to resist .would be the fields. to a while a few at words least, in I would regard like to won a game, and this contest will Standards, quart _______ 70c : 'T6 b\ : THOMPSON'S FREE :: grades of
perfect folly. So Montana stood fast Labor in such a temperature as say Wale : -
with the friar and three noose that? That alone. was enough to the fights that were pulled off re- be:th$,rubber. On Saturday afternoon NICE JUICY STEAKS \ Dater :. MARINE MUSEUM .

whistled. Ha was caught about the Justify the significant name: of the ccntly. Heretofore I refrained the recreation departmentwill Oyster Sandwiches lOc ", : : AMERICAN COFFEE ...
Valley of the Dead. And here and l from making comment due to : 324 MAr,..., Street :
arms at the elbows; about the bodyat J any Filet Sandwiches; lOc I .
the hips; about the neck by a there behind the workers went the I the fact that Oscar Pita was in meet the garage department 110: All Other SandwichesHot : Things that your friends win - e
each with in his and I did net : WATCHMAKER JEWELEK :appreciate. Come in and see !
rope that burned his throat as i It overseers! a whip charge of publicity, iii diamondball also.
hand. More than once Montana with his activitiesin Souse Every Saturday them. ; '
saw to conflict
was drawn taut. care 1 : AND ENGRAVER : 25c 20c and 15c tb.WELLS' .
The friar\ snared in the sam: a long lash curl back behind the Your next Lobster Crab Dinner ,
: was: shoulders of an overseer as he drove any way.According ............ ........... 1 LUNCH See Him For Your Next Work : I
fashion.[ And tbe leader of tbe party to 'my views, I thnk! ROOM will be much more delicious :
reined his Indian pony In front ot a laggard He could to swifter progress.details I it would be much better to put oft Today's Horoscope 1 900 Southard Street :. 'ALL PRICES REDUCED .,if it b baked and served in oar : STAR COFFEE MILLS
see more
the capthes. lie and his men were as H mtt.W-lt.e Giant Scallop Heart Sea
contenders or
fights I with more even- :
dressed exactly as Francisco and drew closer. small charge ....i........... ..'!4Here .. 1 PHONE 207-W : Shells. : 512 Greene St. Phone 256
Ily matched. Make a .
endless heat (Copyright. JJJJ, Harper 4 Brother) ,S Open Saturday Nilata :
Felipe had been. The for admission whereby more fang! is a person of >* Mul 1 ......'......' ..... .... ........ .......... *
of the Valley of the Dead made t ..... .................................e............
Tomorrow Montana and Pascual may be able to attend. Have the emotions with great1 magnetic .
more clothes folly. And always.: I IToday's In meet the terrible Juan-Silva. I 1 '
judges selected from those present powers and strong in ntal DINE AT THE .: Birds Animal Fish : PRITCHARD : PLANTS, FLOWERS,
at the ringside, and choose -
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........................ Protestant Episcopal missionary strangers if possible, inasmuch.is love,*which "is not whoDy.disinCer.vsted PLAZA RESTAURANT ;j MOUNTED : VINES
I feel that their decisisions!! wouldbe ._This person thould( menself-: 1 FUNERAL HOME
I of born in Philadelphia
bishop Oregon, -
Birthdays the : :; Cocoanut Plants, each IBe
56 more' readily accepted by the restraint in associations with I CECIL GRAY
years ago. If are aeeu.to.ed to S S Hibiscus Plants each !fe 3 a
..o..o........... fans because they would have no opposite: sex, and let no carelessness .y. : ; *
favorites, and would not show any dining at home, you will find : TAXIDERMIST Dignified& Sympathetic : Bougainvillea, Red or Purple

Fairfax Harrison, president of I sentiment in the matter. govern the selection of ja THE PLAZA a hovel aDd ... J : CourtnyLICENSED .- _'" SOe U $IA1Ioyabi..xpsriae.
the Southern Railway, born in Oswald Garrison Villard of New mate, that an otherwise able life
The FERA called a meeting the .. : : : Poinsettia Plants, SOc to $140
New York, 66 yean ago. York, noted journalist and author other day and there must have may not be spoiled! by the dangers FiDe Work At a Reasonable -. .
Crotons :each tai
born in Germany, 63 years EHBALVERLADY .
been hundred indicated in this direction. .
at least one persons nee.
Dr. Francis D. Farrell. president ago. with each department ..: BREAKFAST; Turks Cap each -- -++ go
present I
of the Kansas State College; of well represented. Mr.,Cites ww FISH WALLET OUT LUNCHEON :, PHONE 20 : Aa....... d.r.k.- : Eases, dozen, - - 91.24

Agriculture, born at Smithfield chairman and he selected SUPPER '
Clarence E. Martin of Martins- named ,; I
Utah, 52 years ago. burg, W. Va., noted lawyer, born seven members to help' him organize NEW ORLEANS-With pole, 801 Fleming Street : ATTENDANT : SoBth Florida Nfflrjery54S '
an athletic club. They propose line and hook a thief fished a
Dr. Seale Harris of Birmingham there, 55 years ago. to build 'a clubhouse, with wallet containing $1& through a PLAZA RESTAURANT : : : Phew S97 Catl..... St.'YEDNESDAY" .

Ala., noted physician, bornat various sports; to be put on. window in this City, and left his BOS Dual Street KEY WEST, FLA. .PIa... Nerer Slsep : -

Cedartown Ga. 65 years ago. Jack Lait of New York, writer, On Thursday afternoon ,therecreation fishing tackle behind when he 1.l111111.lII.I""lill'I".i.lI"j.;
Rt. Rev. William P. Remington, born there, 53 gears ago, department will ft'OIS fled. -


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..........eo.............*.....................al LOU GEHRIG GETS observe the technique of Mr. Jer- but I never thought I'd see one."
REVEREND WINGCONFIRMS I law, who has taken sailfish on Gehrig said that he had wonder

[l TODAY'S WEATHER ] lighter tackle than any other ed whether he would see a killer

:-: SOCIETY : .. : CLASS BIG THRILL FROM angler. The Chicagoan used a rod whale which has been reportednear
weighing two ounces, with a here season.
Temperature central portions and in interior of i four-thread line and, according to I "When that manta hove in

Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress Highest _,, __..__84 extreme south portion tonight; HUGE DEVIL FISH Lou, he handled it in masterly right," he said "I forgot: the

ADMINISTERS HOLY SACRA Lowest .__.._...._? -_ 69 warmer Thursday. fashion. whale. Of course we couldn't have

'PHONE 752-J Mean ......_.._.._._ .,_.._ 76 Jacksonville to Florida Straits: T Jerlaw on the other hand stated -I bothered this fellow, no matter
MEM- ?
................................................. MENT TO FIFTEEN Normal Mean _.... ..72 Gentle to moderate northwest and SLUGGING STAR OF YANKEE that Gehrig could easily master what outfits we had had, unless

BERS LAST NIGHT RainfallYesterday's north winds becoming southerlyover MAJOR LEAGUE CLUB EX- the featherweight tackle game, so; they had been harpoons, but it
Members 'OF Society Circle Ins. north portion by Thursdayand i deft is he in handling his rod and!I was certainly incongruous for us
T. I
fair weather tonight and !;reel. to be out there with the lightest
__ .04 Ins.
Much Interested In Tennis Normal Precipitation I
Right Reverend John Durham TbU record raters' "-.r "d.de.di.N Thursday" AT LONG KEY CAMP Gehrig is an enthusiast on light deep-sea tackle in the world whenwe
at M v'rlock. this m.r.l.g.' East Calf: Moderate winds ,
Wing, Bishop of South Florida, . and southwest overnorth equipment "I think that's the I sighted this giant.
being In the women's singles yesterday Tomorrow' 'Almanac mostly swest (Special /. The Cltlseii)
The tennis games that are -, last night in St. Paul's Episcopal ; portion and moderate north best way," he said, "because it I "We dragged our lines and
played day this weekiare between Mrs. S. S. Durfee Sun rises ._ 6:37 a. m. [ LONG KEY, Fla., March\ 13.
every l,' church, administered the Holy and i rthwest winds over south gives the fish a fifty-fifty chance, hooks over the manta, hoping to
proving of much interest to'. and Miss Mary Lou Hitt, there Sun sets ....;..;_...:...:...- 6:36: p. m.l Lou>> Gehrig, big leagues' home I I
tennis-minded society who dally i! was exhibited some of the finest!! Sacrament of Confirmation to a' Moon rises ___...".'.....:, 2:03 p: m. portion-- ;** 5 or better, with the angler. Besides I catch a hook in a flipper just for
king and member New
I class of 16 members of the con j run of the i it's fun to fish with
gather at the Casa Marina courts'. playing that has ever been wit- Moon sets .........._, ... 3:11 a. m. .f more I| fun, but there wasn't any luck at
first gregation. : WEATHER CONDITIONS ?. York Yankees, had the thrill of light rods and lines. Why not
to watch their progress. j I nessed on local courts, Those who received the Sacra Tomorrow' Tide ; his life at the Fishing Camp here make it harder for yourself! It:I that.
next set having been won by Mrs.4Durfee -
The games will culminate ment were Grace Ranger, Leonella A.M. P.M.\ The southeastern disturbance'moved I "when one of the monsters of the steps up the enjoyment a lot, if I
Sunday at the regular Sunday afternoon -i and the last two by Miss Illtt.Today's ............._.... 7:26 6:23 MAN, THIN AS RAIL, IRON
Mrs. Maria Knight, Josephine Vial High northeastward, being central deep, a giant manta or. devil fish, you ask me, to fish in a way that i iI

tennis tea at the hotel weck'3, at!j Daniel Bacon doubles and will Peter see Schutt lyre, Dorothy Warren Bean, Low ....................12:4-1 this morning off the north passed directly under his fishing really challenges your endurance : GIVES PEP AND WEIGHT"I
which time winners of the : I Leonor Mary Warren, Mary Gardner 11S7: I I and skill. ;
matches will participate in the j t against Mrs. Robert T. Menner Atlanta coast, Eastport, Me.\ line.The was tired, run-down and thinas
and Richard Cross and Mrs. S. S. Elizabeth Watlington Sawyer, Barometer at 8 a. m. today: manta, swimming easily,I Gehrig caught a sailfish on his a raiL Since taking Vinol
finals.Yesterday's I Juliette Saunders, Evelyn Louise Sea level 30.06. 29.40 inches, causing precipitation passed leisurely close by the base- present trip to the island fishing
doubles in which Durfee and Robert Pinker against (iron tonic) I sleep well feel bet
Minnick ,and Carroll- Miss Mary Lou Hitt and Edward Solano, Betty Lee Allshouse, Alice I during the last 24 hours in the ball star's boat, while he was fish- resort, and did likewise last year. ter and have gained 10 Ibs."-R,

Miss Natalie Miss Emily!Johnson. Maria Mason, Russell Lowe Baker Lowest Highest 'lea t Gulf and Atlantic states, Ohio ing with N. Jerlaw of Chicago,I lIe was accompanied at Long Key A. Cromberg. Vinol is delicious.

Frost R. Cross played and against Ignacio Carbonell, ]!' Women's singles today will include Louis William Branley and StationLast Night Yesterday valley and Tennessee, with heavy I I world light-tackle sailfishing cham- by Mrs. Gehrig. Oriental Pharmacy.

the latter couple, the ,; Miss Natalie Minnick against Sebastian Cabrera, III. Abilene ........... 46 64 rains in Georgia and Maryland pion. It was eighteen or twenty "But my real thrill this time was
were won by other Following this solemn ceremonythe Atlanta, ......_... 30 66 and sleet the northern I feet across and would have weighed -I seeing that manta," Gehrig de I
and and over
7-5. i
being 6-2, Mrs. II. P. Connable snow
score !!,|I bishop lectured briefly on the Boston ._........_ 32 54 of the and at-: about two thousand pounds. clared. "I've heard about them,'
doubles ; portion area OVER-SEA.HOTEL
another set of ,
In able ',; games, and it is expected that duties and obligations of com- Buffalo .....-...... 24 34 winds the At- The two anglers even tried to and I read a while ago how the
B. Burdick and II. P. Conn ;: tended by high on
L. Con-I I these games will be very fast, municants after which he delivered Charleston ........ 38 72 from South Carolina hook the leviathan, but without world-record devil fish, weighing 917 FLEMING STREET
defeated by Mrs. JI.: P. lantic coast I
were nable and L. B. Burdick. The i I very exciting, and interesting to the sermon and concluded with Chicago ..._._... 30 34 northward to New York. Another success. nearly; three thousand pounds, -Room*-

11-13 C2. both players and onlookers. the Benediction of the Most\ Denver ._._..._..._ 50 58 disturbance of moderate intensity They were fishing on Gehrig'slast towed a party of anglers for miles With Running Water, $1.00 a

scores were Blessed Sacrament. Detroit ...........: 22 28 i is central over northern Illinois, day at the camp, and while I before. it gave up the ,struggle, > :Person;. With Bath, $1.50

---- -- Galveston ._....:11: 52..- ... 60, inches and they were in search of sailfish,I f Pertqft'J
i Chicago! 29.84 ; pres-
Havana ,.*2& .72T: J& -, the among other species, they did.not WEEKLY 'IgATES
Key West Society Continues : : WARBLER LEAVESTO Huron ...:..._ -t'8 M 46 I f Cult; ire 'is states.moderately New Orleans high Over, La., get any. They landed a fine catch BuDiteadsorniSyrup"T Newly ReaoftUd 1

I Jacksonville ...... 38' 82'/ of dolphin, kingfish and mackerel. '
j ( inches and continues high rUldroa amlitf *-Wlwro. i 1FNew Equipm a' |
Of'Activities 30,21) an nwrry. |
Varied Program ASSIST SHIP 56' and of the dolphin hook,.1' : ... .
: : Kansas Citym 44 /" one was > itnrttono are { IT Nfcf a New Minap i4git
'? the far we'st.jSfIt-Like City 11
ft e PAILM. I nplt MrcfaT and monnoo
.. I i KEY WEST ... 69v 84 b -Utah inches.) Temperatures ed and landed on both lines jointly coot .t 8A.STOMN.fft roalatn. fall dooo. NO CLEANE OTEL
30.24 . ..
Though it is getting late in the Saturday. Fight there was theHavanaMadrid I Little Rock ....-. 40 Jl 54 fallen decidedly over the -a rare occurence. '' *Mood r br klitr null.yMtni.doe .*. bottle..t. hold' I prccr;::. I l rf| ANYWHERE
\ Club. Raul's, El GEORGE HENRYIN I T.L Anrolf .:::... 58 t i 761 ALouisville E tie Gehrig was very interested to. 6t. C. A. '....eu. M. T>- ...-'
still I STEAMER G. of the country .
portion -
social -
winter season, .1 { pastern .
!!I Bolero- and others at which to i .......... 30 38 with readings 32 degrees lower in -,

has plenty to do to keep itself i i. dance and while away the evening DISTRESS IN WATERSOF Miami ....._.......... 64 80 I northern Florida and heavy froston

amued.!! j I: without boredom, and during the j j WEST INDIES Minneapolis .._._ 22 38 the middle Gulf coast; while
there numerous!' dances I New Orleans .... 48 62
Last week were week there were numerous j weather prevails from the

events on the social calendar, including -!|: held for the younger set, all of New York .......... 28 48 warmer Rocky Mountain and Plateau Hoodwinked

the j i which were well-attended and at Pensacola! .......... 40 68 Mis- 't be
of course ever-popu-I| states eastward to the upper
lar Saturday afternoon Cocktail:i which the participants had a grand Radio messages received by the Pittsburgh ......_. 26 32 Valley.
and Sun- I time. Porter Dock company last night St. Louis _____..... 38 44 sissippi KENNEDY 'Don
Hour at Raul's Club, on G. S. ACCEP'I1NG'IMITATIONS
called the Wrecking
such glorious weather Salt Lake City. 40 54
day Raul's was again the scene I| being Official in Charge.
beach the arsistance of the Steamship San Francirco .. 50 68
of gaiety with the Dutch Treat I( there were many informal To Cocktail party held in connectionwith ;, and cabana parties during the I George G. Henry, reported in dis Seattle .............. 52 51 MONROE THEATERLew lie sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE. rcmt.AIIIf

the exhibition of the second week, and almost every afternoon : tress. Tampa ......m... 46 82 look for Davis 100% Pure Paint hu often been IIa
I[i. of socialites The Warbler was cleared and Washington ...... 32 52 Ayres-Pat Patterson in r.Irr,
and final set of murals. j saw a great number osa pu,1. imitated,but never duplicated. ... .-
together railed 3:45 o'clock this morning for _......_. 22 38 this Label --
These murals depict in abstractthe !1 and winter colonists gathered LOTTERY LOVER + Davis 100% Pun Paint conforms with
Aruba. Dutch West Indies, where
Cocktail Hour, and are interesting ; around on the beaches. -AlsoMurder -- " all pure paint Law and i* the only paint =:::::::-
the steamer is reported ashore at
and colorful. The Dutch ;. There were also the usual WEATHER FORECASTTill QW p that Carrie a guarantee of purity ---
The Clouds
Nicholas har-
teas the entrance to St.

Treat party was two attended hundred,by and approximately and rounds dinners of private, and society luncheons in, general bor.At ( 8 p. m., Thursday) Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra . PAINT Cook for this Guarantee on the Label J .E'.,..

enjoyed by the guests.!! had an enjoyable week. the time of the call the Key West and Vicinity: Fair 15-20c; Night, 15-2Sc W.h** n connection with.ny other Pun*Manufacturer ofnmoM oiauUr loovn.oud p _ _
Warbler was at Southwest Chan- ......_ ..
and somewhat colder tonight; AU o.r we by w in bltioior* and .w through Outer*onljr,
nel where operations are being

Everready Star Club Conducts conducted Havana on the salvaged steamer I : ;I fl( ; 1 1dl I FAST FREIGHT t. SERVICE G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets

I Tug Relief, the other vessel !

Enjoyable Session YesterdayThe jointly working with the Warbler, s j.c [ NEW YORK ._ .
\ -
Dock last -- ----
came up to the Porter : :.. .1 I
Everready Star Club met freshments to her guests of fruit night, took on 56.648 gallons of' \ I &r1.L and BOSTONFrom

I punch and open nut-bread sand fuel oil and returned to resume II'
yesterday afternoon at the home wiches. Decorations carried the operations. iJ.f Key Welt alternate Friday
I '
of Mrs. William H.nite on I. green St. Patrick's motif. ........... )".) ,1j: From New York alternate Tuesday
............. .c. p ; J\. : .,
those present at yesterday's ....
South Among t .... *
"t \
,,, \,
Mrs. Carl .. r : "t JFair
business meeting were MENTION
the regular PERSONAL
During : From Boston alternate Saturday
since the Bervaldi Mrs. C. Detloff, Mrs. G. Colder Mrn\
the first one '
meeting officers in Feb- N. Goshorn Mrs. Otto Lundquist, ''I......ee...ee.eeee.....i Also NEW ORLEANS 10 KEY WESTAllers.te
of moderate
election new I Thursday fair and warmer; ArriveKey
plans were discussed for Mrs. Rutter, Mrs Elizabeth Coop Robert Spottswood went outyesterday winds. Wrdaradar follawlBC.CLYDEMALLORY.
ruary, northerly West aeeoBd day
this year. A'nong other things!,' ere Mrs.MVs.'Willard Charles Albury Lowe, Mrs., !Mrs\ B. afternoon for a short i Florida: Fair tonight and IYJLODERIUZL WITH G/IS
been decided{ that the dub Hijrgs. business visit in Miami.
it has Thursday colder in extreme south
Leo Williams, Mrs. Davenport,, ; /
will hold a bazaar: a little later Mrs. S. and not quite so cold in northwest - .L LICE! -
on. | Miss Mildred Wiigner, State Senator Arthur Gomez left most-\ C. K. !SMITH. AK..I.
At the close of the business Williams, Mrs. Paul Mason and afternoon for Miami fora portion tonight; frost, _Key Wr.l eni&tC
yesterday ly light, probable in north and

meeting Mrs. White served re- Mrs. Constance McDonald. business stay of several days. .--_. -- --'- . . JOT \\mt> ('P

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-- ........................ I Mrs Santiago Caraballo leftyesterday
Gov. Sholtz Immensely I afternoon for Mate- I
Notice To Subscribers I cumbe after a brief visit with his
Delighted With Visit -'
family.B. The Never-Tiring

Please t>e prompt in paying -
(Continued From Page One) the carrier woo deliver your M.\ Duncan, engineer in : GUARDIAN

budget than heretofore and with I paper. H* pay The Citizen charge of bridge activities and' YOU have right to the r1911
practically? no retrenchment ex- j 15 cent a week tor the pa. [I other projects, and Mrs. Duncan _- of your ,

eept where retrenchment should per and cell it to yon for 20 were passengers leaving by plane ; leisure that a modern gas ... -
have been made before. I cent His profit for deliver. yesterday for Miami. . a1'
will give It'is' J J J11X1 aN' I:
range .
still i each you.
"There is one thing that tag u! 5 cent weekly on ',.\
o : ''f.J.Fr
> ;
disturbs me and that is how to ubicriber. If be i is not paid Dawn Powell noted playwright, #(= i cf THE ICE MAN the '* \
work the
.._ unnecessary ...: .
;o r : a.N
meet the reasonable demarul"",,of I HE ]loe*. Not.Tbe Citizen.. who was in Key West for a while . .. .u ."

our educational l 'system. W? haVe, ais...*.".f.. +)......s..(.a visiting Mr.\ and Me!. CambraiChambers TEE Who';":appears, .like .clock- time spent needlessly. ;ining d e

thousands! of children irk ourjspools 1 I and Mr. and Mrs. John I = work'every' dayrof the-year .way.tfidS9.: n ; 'oJ
IN TOE things the hard ; S
(I refer to our public I FIND Dos Passes, left yesterday = with a road''of pure health- e

legal school guardians system) whose do not parents pay one or AUSTIN, 1\liss.-A piece of noon for Miami. after-I = protection? makes cooking a drudgery i

cent towards the maintenance of needle broken off in the hand of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Capo YOUR ICE MAN, Of Course, instead of a pleasure.The .

the schools and it will be neces- Mrs. M. J. Mkiyer of this city 30 have been spending the winter 1

sary to devise some means where- years ago, appeared in her greattoe season in Key West, left yester-I He never has to be defrosted. He never thumpsor

by these will contribute to the and was removed recently. day for the home in St. Augus- whirrs. He always saves you dollars and cents. convenience of a modern

school funds as well as those who tine.
it alL! BITES OFFICIAL'S ARM takes 'he
are now gas range
Captain Leslie Russell, Florida CALL NO. 8 'At MUCH A$
BUDAPEST-Eugene Kalmar National Guard, commanding Bat- drudgery out of cooking. It

You are looking much better musical composer of this city, severely tery "E," who was on a brief visitto
Governor Sholtz, than when you bit the arm of an opera his family, left yesterday after- FOR PURE ICE saves your time makes L Fort Yourt OLD RANOE

came here. official who had rebuked him for noon for Matecumbe.\ your effort count
"Oh, yes, I am rapidly getting offending a lady singer.
back to normaL. This is the must

wonderful sunshine place down to here recuperate.The and gen-. About up 10 to cosmic 10 billion rays volts with pass energies I ICE REFRIGERATORS I Not only are the ranges offered in this ale the last word in '

eral atmosphere of the place will through the human body each Nt!" ,A cooking convenience-they are offered at prices that make them real
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number of cases here now who received from many sources daily .
have been marvelously helped by i as to his progress towards recOV- stove. Let us change it. today for a new gas range. Start now to ,

the sunshine stone." ery, his many friends and well A BIT OF HISTORYIn WATER COOLERS enjoy the convenience of modern gas cookery. *' .
In connection with his periodof .
wishers respected his expresseddesire ; .... t
recuperation the governor expressed to be undisturbed during his the" thirteenth century They're Economical I 100 Per Cent

himself as being deeply stay of two weeks for rest and re- Salvino d'Anniti, of Florence I
grateful for the consideration. laxation. 1 Ii'' (Italy, invented spectacles. The Refrigeration Satisfaction VQU NAVIN'T A MO.ItN O.S IAN.I If YOU M AVI ITT fNIII fOUl MAT VIM

shown, and while enquiries were same century Roger Bacon, o#

\ an Englishman, used glasses for Priced at .S,

SKINDISCOMFORT CASA MARINA reading. Both were pioneer m

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; American Plan Today, thirty million Americans $30 arid $35EASY ..... .... c..... .--.... ..-.. -...- i
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lights, moving pictures .
anywhere on the body, I Evening Dinner .?....__ $2.00 unnatural strain
quickly relieved, and Luncheon -_ _, 1.50 I place an upon ............... I
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Afternoon Tea .50
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