The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 25, 1935
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.​
Resource Identifier:
000358017 ( ALEPH )
02701762 ( OCLC )
ABZ6317 ( NOTIS )
sn 83016244 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
,, - .
,. .- .


,1."I t I , ,?
: .t. :
.' --,.: .,. .... '
: 'i ' '"- -'"- -'- '
> :; ; : : ; : -.. i

Associated Service.Press Day Wire 0 m.; 1J: : ;}elt Cittcn: :..r.,t..-. Key; Wet' .Florid, has the'

For. 55 Years Devoted to the be, 0104 country$ equable; with weather an average In the I

Best Interests of Key West '. :. .: range: of only 14* Fahrenheit
-' '

----- '


"La Semana Alegre" Program.. ' . t.: I Keyest's Art GtiiBefFonpaUJ.aflery WillOpened


. .
Concluded With CostumecBaU ".. _4 .\ f. . ;
I et ---,----- Th'nrsday
WELL ORGANIZED jv] era.tlJ'tn' f I I
ed' SAturday,afternoon ; 3-Joseh' Wa kei,: 4 : 1 . -
.ee eeo eeee ee.eoeeeoee ee. :'; Men'.tJ.liilt--J. .. --:-- \ -

Memorial Exercises Also I BOOSTS ALL, FLORIDA UNITED STATES ,SENATOR :,department'of-the nounccd today"byhe!' Key $ f$"l Emerson tBeeeaise( ; 4'7"2..Lino .. .: T.',,,J/1 BAYSON., FORMER EDI. lI1l.I I'.III ,Numerous, Water Colors

t Castro;::4'6" J. ' '
Held Earlier In Evening a COMMITTEE SAYS UNIFIED SUPPORT miistratioo, '; ;t 3'-Peter Varela-4'6". "'-'tfOaOPTHE' CITIZEN' IS ANGLERSENJOYOWING I\; Will Be Exhibited In

..................... UNITS HOLDS MUCH FOR The field meet and a Aberlardo Marcus,' 45". SUNDAY
At San Carlos Institute .l Polo I Vault AUTHORITY FOR STATE.
with' five entries, were Buildiif Recently Ren-
FUTURE OF FLORIDA events ,included 1-Joseph Walker, 7'. MENT'ON HIGH PRICES Merrill Widcmaa, winter .
2-Joe,.Atwell, 5'4". v.itorfroa;; Brooklyn, N. Y. :r evated
noon as part of the Men's Pol l" Vault faujht fin amberjack 'yesttrday '
C SpseIat t.i The ntlsen "La Semaria" Alegre.!' 1-Charles Gomez, 7'11". Miami is doing not only herself WI;i... fisKinf off Sand -

"La Semana Alegre" cam to a JACKSONVILLE Feb. 25.-"I ,The, .:recreation. deP r : 2-Peter: Varela, 7'10". but, all of Florida a'great deal of Koy with other. members of ,
am satisfied that unified support announced winners! in 't 3E. Albury,, 7'9'|. barns 'ovef-ch'arging' tourists: the family. Miss Lilli. Canr With nearly !half hundred

close last night_ with a gala cos-! of the,IAIl Florida Committee from meet held Thursday, Me"' Broad Jump thos. J. Bryson, former editor of .. also, a. member of' ,thapa'rty 'water color* on exhibit .K-7We.t.
turn ball in the Cuban Club, Emerson Beccaire: 16'6"Lh The Citizen! but now' vice caught a fia ,ro.Mr. ..-.".
the whole etate'promiles! much toward Medals and other prizes 2- Castro, 16'3". 'of president .. WWemaa, mother of Art Gallery. will ba for.mally .
clinvacint; the da,'* activities Florida's future," said en in all events. 3-E.:.AlbOry, 1S'1''. an automobile JlrotectiveaSsQcllio' : ti.IU .7". i
of'Atlanta, writes'this cagIer, called at opened to tko public YIa.,..
which had been given over to the United States Senator Duncan u. As announced, the' : Men's 100-Yard' Dash paper.i ; The Citig,.. office this ni.r.-
Fletcher in a wire just received the aquatic ,meet follow: ,'i-Leonard 'C Jrfy. Mr. nrjso 's ,buainess carries inc' aJ] said. that .the priseca day .i ifot., The door will bo

Cuban colou,. by the committee's membership Me.' Fancy _Di i ?Emerson Beccalse.a : him all over. Georgia and brings .|ht by her ton weighed 62 opened 'al a o'cloek 'at the Caro-

Two orchestras, one Cuban and campaign director. Col. Albin {r. 1-C.' B. 'Ilarirey.i ., -Charles l Gomez.: him,1ncbia' with hundreds of :po.. .Boy* 22-YariJ Dash land, The caught corner of Duval
the ,other'- Dearing; at headquarters. in Japjcsonvillc. -- -, 2-Emerson ee.i... .1.Atwelt.: |'people returning f omFlorida, fie ," ..MM.\-GMr proper W ,* ( ? .writes.. ldaOy4fnot'a'majorlty: of y ,cned.. 2Q Vpoaads. }!an4iCMlin T>.tr.etl.Ia'wl cL" has
Bei.710IMet."FT.. ,
; r2-.Ed. Nelson. , : :,
.....ieI.1t.&h appraietoly3OQguestwh.itnd.4 All ji i H'atold"WilJi ttoi{ who hare. been in .Miami. I j ,....... ......Wt..tI
t "The Florida Committee; is j J a..Etoy: : .n: f' 4Af.5 .,*.dorl.; .tki.. 'Ii' .' *,at.tI. for
; i d.ii been
from the state's ,.senior ; ,3-r 'eiCf:'Lories ; oyer-chargftd.especially" for .
They danced untiL.dUpaiiq support I 'U-LtbiifrJ. CurryiJ'. .. i Mrs.'WJJeman baieVtshef ;>has
senator," said ,the. campaigp: "director il i'-. Men's"50 Meter{ r- ., mft'sQn. Becealse.osCbJes'gome T.. hotel l. apartment and rooming ,J', : ttay Isihkyaa'; 'I,Jan*Uilha 1.* the(water colors,
midnjf .L ,.,.. tJa . "" !house. accpmmodatjons, he sets! but.
Ul''i"'Ua.Io in commenting on SeiaterFletcher's tt Emerson Becc.t5e.1 : ,
I ; 'csipl.tcly tta.t sk.iI! .
i1 I'' 0411 si't'ir4I J..i"'wi.J..d
.., t. ; pe.'has heard _scores declare. \\e .j : probstcnlnfolwill
FLETCHER message "This message '- iJirTr. SO.Yrr('Dask forward*
uare4irained,gaiety,t.JCey,AWc l.'e returning .
1 United State Senator I emphasizes' the most important 3-Mail tI land jris' : ".iL.M.'e jr'.Valenimela.' : ''e : --r-Mi that' they' ,UI never, return r .r' tail will purchase a'WI"M.j. .wJla.wl, ..+s babuns'by

first week of joy. feature of the AH Florida program Boys' 50 Meter Back / 2MaHa Vat nzVffta. t ,to mj- ter.'Home near the water '..,time of the formal.opnin
Earlier in the evening me I -that |is, the united support l--Edwi /iNel on. '3-Hojlijce. Knowlej. ( ; Not a iew; wfyo bay* been, only '" Tk- WioWa* family and '
WILLIAMBISCHFJL of the whole state. This campaign 2-Emil Qardner, 'rt-v." tnhV-iin..t.. I I te,the'east. eoaj) i.itJY morial exercises: were held at the I is designed. bring all individualsand M..'. 100 ,Meter ,1-MiL Vaepzuela.! 'it!'.(or.; grnte4 Jhat'' .i'yer.chrging: ; { -. .few'.Jay* for their home. ; The::opening, set for Thursday
San Carlos Institute where a GIVEN SENTENCEOF organizations in Florida into 1-C.: B. Iarvey. : 2-Macey: Valenzu'ela. js: commori.'throiighotj, ? the state,

galoxy of' speakers! and entertainers line, in 'support of one unified ,2-Emers'on'' aise. t 8-Hollace. 1 KnowJ";; I,lt ()\igh' quMtioiiing 'brings 'outthatnoserious ;1'.1111'' i night marks"completion of aaother

as well as an audience campaign for the entire state.: If Judges: J. Lancelot: .i ,Horie.i Races. complaints are'to: .
that filled the auditorium to FIVE YEARSSENTENCE this is accomplished!! there ia 'no Arthur Sheppard.Results :; .1::..-Juan Pijiian. "Speedome i be found against any' other city I ,,PT9fat.. .. the, Key West Ad-
over. doubt but that the campaign will in the feld! ." jv -f. f TW, the former Key Wester i SpTDRIVEMEMBERSHIP' . ;, minittration._that of ondi.
r -
flowing had gathered.The accomplish its aims. horse .races follow: :. ?Emerson!! : : peccaise, "Poh- I point: 'out, shOws'that'all'Florida i +

program opened with the WAS PASSED TO- "The signing up of '100,000 ,Boys '.Hifk, .. ,:I : ()." .-" ,4 is suffering. "''jnt: a.Tneas'ure" .'from IN tioninhjf: he. interesting old Lowe

playing of the Cuban National J members for'the All Florida Committee 1-. J. W. Hilton, 4'(" 3-Jo! nson. the sho'H'sighted! policy. of what Is house,
DAY BY JUDGE J. VINING probably! ;'Mi 'making it available as an
; .minority of
Anthem, "Los Bayamcses." and t in the campaign, February .
----0.-- "
ended with the playing of the HARRIS OF CRIMINAL' 25-March, will assure t - iI amlans.: > ', WEEKSTATE art gallery.
: successor: the campaign,: -the 'Mr. Brls n.s letle'r onows : i -.
"Star Spangled Banner. Both COURT OF RECORD rairing of a'fund of $100,000'to'_ I TO WE' l ER 1 '? r Atlanta Ga., The) water colors etchings: and

numbers were offered by the Hospitality [ '1 advertise the entire,'state,, to Ihe : : .' . . ,- Feb. 1C-1035.:> ORGANIZATION WILL .wash drawings will be nicely ,ar-
Orchestra. 1I I William Bischel convicted at more-:-the immediate publicizing .' Publisher, The Citizen; ENDEAVOR; SECURE ONE :
Speakers on the program included .. t Tem1.r.turaIligheat occi- f1he artists who are here with
throughout the'nation of the fact probably Key West.Fla.. : '
Enrique Esquinaldo. presi. the January term of Criminal'' that 100.000 Floridians are unit ,..__:"_.._ rain tonight, and Tuesday Dear.; Mr..A rt; HUNDRED 'THOUSAND MEMBERS :the) : Administration.I i 'The Public

dent of San Carlos Institute; Court on a charge of assault with t ed in a single campaign: for their! Lowest .??.._..v__.-.--, : colder! Tuesday and !in Key Wet/along with ail of IN CAMPAIGN I Wprkof Art project fahiel 'on

Julius F. Stone, Jr., Florida Emergency state. 'Such a group cannot fail of Me.1) ,__',_?._... Qr WfS portion late, tonight. ;> Florid:! is Suffering, from ill will I last winter by the federal' govern..
intent to commit robbery while.;' in' it; Normal Mean ; _. ; Jacksonville Florida Straits: engendered in hearts i : .
Relief Administrator; Jose success program. : the of many meat;:'iriir lie ..exhibited. Two
armed. was today at a ,.. In announcing, the message H. Rainfall; :. Fresh. ooth wInds over'south .por visitors to-Miftmtwhot'coma, :' T" ,, '.
away .
>}( .rqucz;. Mca. Harold :gallon] -recessedl Today be ""*'AJf''oiicl. Week Otheri1Ve1Tt'kbrg'onither'PprvJea
and : 'stro'n
? ,fre.ti. projttably .
from Senator Fletcher, Colonel .YetterdayVPrccipiUtion I from the."Magi City" complaining .,
term of the'court. '
reading an address which Mr. sentenced by routhWest 'ainds tonight shifting i and : l caf in connection! with the
Dearing also called attention toa; Normal Precipitation i bitterly that they" have been i tho committee begins its :
Ballou was to have delivered; Dr. Judge J. Vining Harris to five similar wire from another, figure Thl'... reran i's,... :..-. np'rthw'est!1 on .Tuesday'over: i charged :u'nrea801t.ble'pri fof I Piratca .Penianee, ," staged last
...l .! H -..elk this weather drive to_tecnre its quota of mem
Mario Fuentes | :
Aguilera, chief ir portion; overcast :
years in the state penitentiary. of state-wide reputation Rep. ,Wj; : hotel, apartment house and rooming i week aa'part of the celebration
statistician: Cuban Department of I J. Sears congressman at 'large Tomorrow's AI... probably! with' occasional. rain tb; Accommodations.! ben for the "
: great advertising "La Semana
and the
Education: an official delegate Bischel was arrested on Decem- 1 Sun rises _..:...___ !nigt4 i and Tuesday. i
from Florida.
from Cuba; and Dr. Juan Ramon: her 14 shortly after he made an I]I: "Congressman Sears stresses 1,Sun 'sets __'___ : 'East Gulf;, Fresh south! winds rJes'me, My work."as over all'oq Georgia may,know and.1, cat am-, campaign to be inaugurated in third, a sculptor has not yet com.pleted -

O'Farrill, chairman of the delegation unsuccessful attempt to rob a cafe ,:the importance of continued and '''Moon' rises :-.._:... 1:1't ift! g to fresh to strong' nort"I-"I: in, almost daily contact with people -, FJorida f any. work which It ready
'< ____ '
._ '
to Key West. the state's 'Moon sets over 'north\\ ,st" for the exhibit.
; increased! advertising of from Florida. And
Duval At I
on street. a preliminary'hearing returning '
Besides the Or i :Last. quarter; 26th .. : night andoyer( est I'l1d south por: .
Hospitality on December 31 he plead I resources and attractions. said I' an\'alarmlnjjly! :higlj percentage of1. The All Florida Committee beJieyea Those whose wort'will be hanging
chestra. entertainers includedthe director. "The All I Tomorrow'* Tuesday. *. I
the campaign . I those who:have been to Miami express that t' o'h 'the' attractively! decorated
ed the before A.M. 1 1J ofFlorida's
guilty to charge .mats membership .
Marimba Band; Gus Ayala. ( Florida Committee outlined ,I : : ; been
1 program : J i indignation at; hiving,. = . ; wails 'of
\ j jf .the art
3:52 " gallery
in a piano solo Alfred! '! Peace Justice Frank O. Roberts. High : WEATHERPP4lJT10N3 are:
; Bar. by 162 newspapers and other "'---:7-: ,
I Low ___,.,,' .._:' 7:46 ():: .' : tuiig't for housing- accpmmodajtion's"IliereV citizens. representative A .Johnson Stanley Wood
roso and Manuel Camera in at When arraigned for trial he pleaded co-operating agepcies plans] ; 'j : very" ,
violen duet; Louis Carboncll not guilty. .1 just that. It plans in particularto : Bato ter'at'8 a. m. tysturbahces-' : .. central Lake thjm *,r "f Evea-those w)>,, !haVe Visited)'I of '!every ..section of the >state, ,Unecegsa'ryl Eric_ J.-Sinilth,, Peter, Roller Alfred -

a piano solo; Little Miss; Dora] lie was also suspected of stress the state's undeveloped I Sea leve1.,30O&- --. ;regionJ.a.iid'loweeRld"Grande Orhinoertfie'sotherz: Val- I tilfier. ;citieti! ;and have found no;' t .'tetUre'an effective.! ,D,, Crlmi, Adrian J. D rn-
Ruiz in a rhumba dance number. I resources-with view to attracting lie .' ,
] a ::3bse|: for. Complaints in- these, bosh Kiehard anj
misdemeanors and criminal actions Lbwest- !le.y.4: ; Chicago i ,)lK( ;, :29.58 ,incheBl:' ; ; ( Jansen F.
accompanied at the industries. ; 'advertislnr"
piano byi residents, and bit national 1 ;
Mr. Carbonell, and Aleida Ca-| which had been committed duringa "As no doubt know." said Station-'Latt' Night and BrowiigvUlei! Texas; '29.66 3Dicb's I ter.inm.unfttet'saen,; wlfib-fiave Jittle" '", I . . .. Townsend: Jtorgan.The. .
period of several weeks preceding you Abilene ...__ 20 'whil' -' ]r visited:1 It idea itat floor the ia
mero, in a Spanish solo. Congressman Sears in his 'wire, ; preis'iirV'ls high over] l11M'lAn1cMtil ofthem' aie1"more" 'r :js. the : of, tile, committee .1.i , of house
the offense for which he was Atlanta .::: 40 the .Atlantic- States; Itatteras. N/ : beinit'givtn: over to the actual
t t to
The for enthusiastic" believer in --- secure, at least 1QO.000mem:
yesterday I '
am an A-whole andfdiifot
commemoration tried, but no evidence could be the Boston .._.__ 36 ., 30.20 inches!'arid, :a'strong: )big 'i at Florida' : exhibit at the.,cutset The ceil..
of "El Grito de advertising1 r sincerely trust ber and concerted.effort' 1 to
!heitate! t toyriy they will, .a ; ?;
Baire," Cuba!) national holiday. recured to warrant other charges drive to secure funds to be used Buffalo ,._._.. .28 pressurearea.' .creited over tH f!j not, return. ,. *, ' be'I- 'IhrbuglrihB-rentW: stale ingalof: \!iihe.roonia ,have been re-
being preferred.The natural adver. Charleston ::..._..: DO : Dakotas, extend*; southward Into'; : made Jecrajedira;; silver finish while
for inaugurating a i 'ThereiU noth1nt1CekWet t and ;
case of Arthur Thompson, tising for all'Florida will; Chicago' : .- -- 32 :northern, Tex s. Tjlliston, N. D. I I' : :. to secure tne-metni needed-// the,{waya iirtj t finished! ,. in M itloU
the Florida do about '
of :
program rest
NEWRULING.BY, charged with arson. was continued. Denver .,.__. 2 ..,. : 30.6ft: inches. Snow has'occurred! ". en' Membership dues' Jiaviiv been tied' grey.:' Indirect.,Ugbtbg has
be successfuL"The
t..t? ,until the next term of court in nation afe( tkttritt1.28( ..: '|"di-'rn; % the last 24" hours irf'.CwleU' this.,' .I. suppose,:unless it might be. placed' at $1 for each individua{ : u
', .. '. t l'lr' ". II 1 1i eyes of the all-year- Galyestop j;.__ '64 ....rIltrvana 'I rador-and; western Texas, tain'tir'! it i prevail. upon MiamSans to quitito intthe'O'Od'aeurei. ''idtHIiLltldll! e tplcw.\tll\
CIJST MS i h.r e \Vington H@ry.Neil: turned on Florida .as an should ;' ...... ._ 68 ; 'snow-in Kansas and western' 1lLtrouriland short-sighted a policy.: "I am member "_ -,- I .,.. .. -, t. : The second'.floorr.for thepreoent -
f round playground. We aa- that West tiled
I_ BOARD'j'{anjAmirew Raffellentered, pleasoritttyt1Aagrancy vertise more"than formerly lI n hl..':"': .._. 0 i1Jarksonvil1. rain in 'the middle 11 hoping however Key wilt! be' for th/irunIfle4 is to be given oye ,tp11atJr.JuticIasesjroV
'| \ charges and' in order even that keep the .. ___154 'slL i ; fissitj i. 'V.altey'and southern-..u.1fIegi wilj .not fall,jnto. the same. error. and_ cQOrcIinat.ed', : Adve >WglnnQrs. It
TO "P. :: ;: wert4'gentPjtf to da 'S' i h'ri we 'may ,... ., warnwIr'weatlt' Her reputation for always having was
PERTAINS : ; 30 present visitors fri the state arid K..Fa..Citr.; .:. i4KE'lWEST \ ** ,Deci4e4 giveii visitors fair deal in her:I tiring Program. ff&l t 1'? f'3an l pay be
ounty jail. '* S11I 6&, ., ; prevtfls. "this mwrninp 'UrU b' HbmttmostiixiUtrkts jutilized( for .
additional JOIL.&I; Eevry -who''derives additional"pidure.*
BROUGHT attract with tji t person
.visitors any
ING INTO k. I ,helming and charges is an asset -
.,,1 I ft S. Ben er..) W.;Feary and 'J. hope of making them permanent 1 Little" Rock o.-j.36 "." : ; east of' the MissiJeippf far too valuable to dissipate.[: benefit' from Florida whatsoever and the clashes' moved U the third
THIS COUNTRY .' ''Isteppits, of the veteran contingent residents." Los'Angeies' __ 4S i ? Valley' 'with temperatures I' Although from city'I ; is'eligible 'to membership whetherhe floor: of the house.,
arrested for continual drunkenness I Louisville __ 52 22 to 26 decrees above normal in; away your is a permanent resident or not.
for of three I
told the court _... the Ohio while cold wave :i I years amJtill
were by Miami __ 70 Valley: a Increased business and prosperity
: I that sentence will be suspended JUDGE BROWNE Minneapolis = 4 has'Overspread the Plains States' very'.milch Interested in her SPORTS EDITOR
G. N. Goshorn deputy collectorof i -- I welfare andtell hundreds.of, tour-j for the sjate will benefit every
I during good behavior. New Orleans 60S and southward into central Texas, i section of .the state in dif
customs: has been advised of a I ists' annually that, only In.Key many
I New 'York _ ,34 where temperatures are much be-' NEWYORKPAPERyISffiNG
relative ferent ways'it, ia shown.
new ruling to perfume TO PRESIDE INCOLUNS' Weft wilf they find. the ideal Florida
. low freezing.
PehsacolaPittsburgh .
being brought into the United 115 PASSENGERS climate.; The sole purpose of the 'AU
__:. '
Slates travelers. After Florida
by Cordially yours, Committee of which HEREJOE
CASE Louis ...._ 38 Official Chi re.
trade marks must be obliteratedand St. THOS. J. .BRYSQ.I Mayor Win. H. Malone is 4 mem
COME IN ON CUBA Salt Lake 22
seals broken. City M bert; is to promote the welfare' of
Tourists may bring into this - San Francisco 46 MANY PLANTS TO Florida as a whole. To stimulate I
country merchandise to the valueof JURIST LEAVING THIS AFT. the development of Florida's industrial. -
$100 and under the ruling now Steamship Cuba arrived from Tampa __ 60Washington' I agricultural and recreational -i CAME TO KEY WEST
in force may do so with the scab Havana Saturday afternoon with ERNOON; PROCEEDINGS TO Williston __. M. I TAKEN TO MIAMI assets through -a programof !
and trade marks intactNew 86 first class and three second START IN MIAMI TOMORROW : 4 I I I national advertising. I II TERDAY: ABOARD PLANt

regulations were inaugurated class passengers for Key West WEATHER TO BE GIVEN OUT BY FERAl I The great influx of visitors to FOR SHORT STAY
it is said, because of complaints : and 23 first and three second MORNING ,, -, '. George B. Jackson. Jr.. 12 I Key West this season is due to
made by registered trade class for Tampa. "It t'r.. tftE".l,4ie.4' :' ; TO KEY, WE3TJRESIDENTS: ; I i)"ears' old who was painfully I Jthe widepr! ctpubticity'; given by -
mark owners that their businessis : I The ship sailed ::3& o'clock, for ('fiti I 1S p. m.. . :burned about the hand and body I the FERA.activities and especially
adversely affected by the mportation t Tampa with 31 passengers. 'and Judge Jefferson B. BroA.yn'e*:'of t Key Wf8Qa"aaity! FOR 'SETTING.., ,.$, *OUT : during''the 'exhibition of file"orkllast. the rehabilitation program. Joe William*, sports editor:: of '

free of duty, of large | freight.BOXING. .- the Twentieth Judicial: Circuit, ing cloudiness,probably' j' 'j ..Friday night, was taken Saturday -t Thii ,pnb1i ity, much of 'it the 'New York World-Telegram: ,
amounts of perfume by travelers I ___ : (plans to leave this afternoon. for al rain tonight? and, ; ;The(I Iocaltdistrict1ofthe,Florida! j,. afternoon' to Miami i Sand! gratuitous"as "news items throughout and Mrs. Willmms were arrivals
including it in their baggage. l Miami to preside at the trW'P.fCriminal .
Deputy Collector Goshorn said Court Judge 'E. C. 'CoJ : ; 'd ns'oKey'WetditioI4IbiocJ'c9li ; -' much' of iypaidifor t was all ad-, Key Weit "' .
that after April 1 travelers will > lins. .,- I. \ sweet pepper.:vand ''..tonjatojpUntf'to I: >.It ,Jackson- ,.. president of .the vertbirfg: an be required to obliterate all trademarks This case has been set r for .trial those'who ivave suitable company'furnishing the fireworks, ferentwa; >jf Key-West fait and is a(the Caia Marina ,and
and destroy seals or the Tonight at 8:45 O'Clock'HIGH I.tomorrow morning. Judge Browne round for gardening it was an- and ''Mrs Jackson parents of the still feeling the effects.; today are jruests on a flzhing'out.Ing -

goods will be seized.:: or shipped SCHOOL GYM I told The Citizen today. Judge nounced this morning. I i lad..made arrangements ,with the Key. West is assured ,I its full with. Ernest Hemingway.Another -
back to where they came from. i Collins was indicted on several The plants will be available anytime U. S. Coast 'Guard unit at Miami { share ,i ifs the advertising campaign visitor' ,of note in thn

Pete Nebo vs Jimmy Wade I counts by a Dade county grand daring the week except Saturday to have the boy removed from. now planned by the All..Florida world of sports who spent his time

jury in session recently.. , between 7 a, nu and 3 p., Key -West,by'plane. |Committee and the ,assistance of son bathing while 'a guest 't'th.Caii .
Plaza RestaurantNOW Good Semi-Fital and Three I The belief was: expressed in Miami the seed beds east. of Trum-, When',the plane arrived the all citizens i 1&being! askcJ.: : Marina;; was Kaye DoDo famous
Preliminaries that the supreme court would bo Island.- J I 1 sufferer"w.. taken from 'the Marine .j Those i interested In, this state;: as'a'motor- racer on land and

OPEN ALL Reserved Seats $2 plus 20c tax possibly issue an order preventing 'I This Is to be the final diatribotion -.1 I ,:hosjx tal and, accompanied! by wide' otdvement are !requested 'to water.He. brief
NIGHT Reserved Seat $1.50 plus 15c Judge,: Browne from serving at the RAIN for.the season, and. it was urged his.parents, carried'to the; plane call on Mayor Malone and signify 'was' here :only for a
Choice tax General Admission $1 pluslOc trial No order to this effect his that those wanting plants take which at[once.left for Miami fro, their' interest When the entire I thne"i engagementa
Food, Wines and ;tax. been received: by the. judge how' southerly winds, advantage, of the opportunity asearly' 'and',.Mrs,,Jackson.left by",'train,in I' plans 'of. the campaIgn' cz hia l leaving by planejesterday. aft
Beer 1 { to northwest by : : possible.. ;1j[the afternoon. |>Uin d in, detaO.. ] tTi4foT :Miami.
ever. .
V .......... :, ... '\,.....'. .- - -f-- ... .' __..t,_ .. ".r.. ., ., ".,.. - - .'


: 1 ,, : .

,r .

: .. "
..... .j
'i' :r
},\:- :f' '4 rJ-i' r
.. .,, J, "' !. '" ,," '
:: : c t-; '' *;n "-

.'. 't.._.
1 1't





_- ._.

THE GOLD CLAUSE CASE .......................I Senate, in the name of the House
i\t --ttUtn COMMITTEEGovernor
-- Today In History of Representative and of tbl'
. t l"bI1Jh ed Ifeiry Except Sunday By The recent decision 'of the United ,y4rf people, for kigh crimes and this,
: y n ...
i demeanors office. ;
.V, AIITMA&/ I re McBt. States Supreme Court ends a period of un- 1779-Vincennes, Ind., taken ttr
'r From Tk Citizen Building certainty over'monetary matters in this ex \lm\T TWtv SAY wll'r111ASsO?T 0.woorw from British by Americans under 1901 \J. S. Steel incorporate
Cr *. and Ann Street
Corner *
Cot tyl
Theodore Roosevelt, George R. Clark, opening up
country. presiclt-nt'l''to our possession!! the great 1913-16th ,Amendment .
Only Dally Newspaper In Key west and Monroe National Republican ,. North.1 Income ratifit'tLSubscriL
County. The opinion of the court in the private "I think Jill this sloppy sentimentality -I west: Territory. I
about the criminal is .I '
s a .. Watered: at Key Weat. Florida as second claaa matter bond cases was generally anticipated inasmuch misplaced.. I' 1791-House' of Representatives -|! to The Citizen. ki

t.! Firrr-sixTii! YEAR as an Act of Congress preventedthe. r 4 pa<*ed bill chartering first!! I!i BENJAMIN LOPEZ ..'"
...... .. 'I U. S. Bank. '.
Mewtor .( eke AM.. Pr* y 7ap Norman Thomas,. Socialist:
debtor from making FUNERAL HOMEEtUttlultxl
payment as
!:L. Associated Pi-ell !. aieloslrely' entitled to nw "The capitalist I leopard has I
,.r republication of All news dispatch. credited tIt promised.. 'Moreover,"no private' contract under I 1863-First national Bank Act 49 V
changed of his
otherwise credited In this paper and alas none spots
or not [P 3!"t 4 1C.,. W...'. Old. ',
I.ere.1tr : 1.I
the local new pabliihed can stand against public policy; legally the guardianship 61 the Blue T NJ ;3 3i I
1', } !H-- .4 A.Ia." 5.ntc. I
NATIONAL EDITORIAL proclaimed by legislation. .'>.., ..>i, ,' Eagle.. I I 1.8C8-Pesi'Jent t ; Andrew Johnson Uc.....) t.13ft I..r '

II ASSOCIATION The suit on Liberty bonds! d .raised Ch.. E. CoufhUn, Detroit" Catho._' ;; Gjipea; tie Jf I at the bar of the 1 i I Pk... NiIs ..."S

C/t 1935 another -question. Could Congress after -- -_- _. ..
: .)lie j priest: -- PI - -
stnscnipriov: RATES the government'had created a legal\'obligation "I. appeal l to every solid! American -I r--------------
Year _.. >100 a.c America cafe for
v ne - to beep :
fix Month __ (... vary the terms'of the "cdfttfact? .c- "
I.U Americans.
Three )
1>ne Month ,_ ..fl%1 The answer is negative but the majority r --i- 'I The Never-Tirinf
Weekly -
opinion goes a step further. Having a Mireo 0...;, Japan's Minister of '

Vide known ADVERTISING on application. RATES binding contract with the government the Navy; J'i im'iii GUARDIANof
"The Navy; Ministry has never:I .
SPECIAL NOTICE what is for
by one ;
All reading notices, card of thank, resolution necessary recovery Dave Sholtz became Member Number One as he I Is shown said there would be no naval race.I :. your ..
:fI'Pec.-'. rbltuary notice, etc. will. be ebarge4 for at claiming a br ach thereof? sere paying the first dollar membership fee In the All.Florida Committee. if the 1935 conference failed." ''I
:Le rate .f :o cent a line. Accepting the Chief Executive's Dollar is Col. Albin P. Bearing state I Ii HEALTH
Notlc Tor entertainment by churches from which Like any other suit for a breach of '
campaign director of the Committee. Of the 100.000 membership being
t rerrnue 1* to be derived are 6 cent a line. Wesley C. riuker, Massachusetts!!
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invite discustfuN contract the plaintiff must recover by sought this week throughout Florida Karl Lehman. Sanford. popular i -
of pCblle issues and subjects of local or general : Chamber of Commerce official secured the Number Two membership card. Baptist preacher: 1 THE ICE MAN
..erect b.t it will not publish nonymou communi showing damages. This, the court con- : "There is nothing quite so! deadas
;ill Ana cluded, had not been attempted. The -'-. - -- ---- a self-centered! man-a man Who appears like clock-
....... ...... .
I..Q. who 'holds'! himself up as a elf-
Some who stand for progress are con- holder could not use gold except as per- work every day of the year

tent to remain standing.The mitted by law, in the restricted domestic KEY WEST IN I Today's Birthdays !made t>y success himself} and and measures pleased{) himself with -=i with a load of pure health-

market, and to show damage ,must demon- ..e.a.e..0aaaaCae f.e.e the result." ,,. : protection?

world ,.jammed with moralists strate it in relation to buying power. In DAYS GONEBY Judge John Burke of the Su- ---- I, YOUR ICE MAN, Of'Course, t,..
Charlton Ofburn, Counsel for Labor 1
view of the fact that such loss does"' a& Happening Here Jitf 1O vY rinA I ptvpe' court of North Dakota: .' >> -
a > ( [
,.a tid..reior.merS ready to..regidate.somebody' l :: Unions: ; He never has, to beribcpsted.. Ieneverivthumpaor \
.! !**' K'* '*y,Ai.jTak.eii{; Hari; I jThe f.;n time governor and U. STre"as- .
]! : 1 .1.1' Iii" t,. I',' at present exist, the opinion" that r& Files Of The Citizen tu | ,r!hirer,:bern-at Sigournejv Iow,j 76 "The automobile labor problem whirrs?, .He. ..always: 'saves you. dollars. and cents.
elsel'r a' .;' {:, JI. covery of more than a like number of dollars . Pt: r. 1 e.i; M' alq j I l years ago. *' : is problem today in the America.most serious" labor.1 I \, "OJ"' 1. I}n 'Hi ,lymr !..r nslioqmi | lid

; rr r 'tau would be an "unjustified enrichment "l ,t 1..1..1
: y "
Small business men ,jtot.I be "i'' tourist parties'\farVln Key! .1.1t Att"'NO"S
: may op- {i "TICalfyTA.) Cobb of Atlanta:;G* .
Of course, lawyers and financiers 'tollcontinue Andre de
pressed by the 'NRA;'bnt they' 'are certainly .11'101 slave t"today: : The ..Ierbaparty: and.Washington! D. 'C,. in charge )- Laboulajre French Ambassador -I ; .
; \ to argue the case. Nevertheless. \ l arrived last evenmg from. I i[ of"the AAA cotton production and : FOR..P..Tfi"'y I
.being wedgetl"in'by''Sometn'irig.All ( i I "I reluctant : "" a
Havana spent the 'night Sate the am to believe that Un
a majority of the court has spoken and editor of the Progressive .Farmer: ,
Casa Marina and after a sightseeing I' the era of democratic rule is now
those who dissent have no reason to im- around the this horn at Prospect, Tenn., 51 years loomed."
trip city morning -
Florida Committee Membership\ pugn the motive of the judgement. Any- left this afternoon for Miami. I ago. !

Campaign starts today and ends March 2; for the Arriving this morning from Tam Earl of Lytton chairman of REfRIGERATORS
way, practical purposes average ICE
Dr. Jesse Steiner the
F. of
join and help boost all of Florida! pa were three other parties. The League of Nations' commission:I
American is convinced that the opinion is Univ. of distinguished
Royal Palm Mears and Florida-i Washington Seattle "The policy to which Japan is
just and that it robs no American of any- Cuba groups. In all there were I sociologist, born at St. at the moment committed would
It may be of interest to know that Havana thing. 156; visitors in the four parties. I Paris, Ohio, 55 years ago. extinguish! our hopes of a worldat Made of All Metal-Equipped With

Key West's near neighbor, has the .I John Farrar of New York City peace." I I

_ largest mosaic tile factory in the world. A VOCABULARY TEST Chapter Members DeMolay of Robert will J.visit Perry Havana . pubHher! and author born at Gordon .Selfridje---,--London met WATER COOLERSThey're
Vt. 39
Burlington years .ago. chant
April 11 for the purpose! of I Economical I 100 Per Cent
M Ybor City wants to be rehabilitated, How often do we find difficulty in establishing a chapter of the or-I Albert W. Atwood of Washing "I do not regard the radio as!
J having permanent value as an ad Satisfaction;
*_ too. The FERA started something' in Key thinking of just the right word to expressa gznization in that city; if present ,I ton. D. C.. Saturday Eve. Post vertising medium."
plans: are carried out. Fgypt Tern-: <
writer, born at N. J.,
* West. St. Petersburg Independent. certain idea? Even the best writers pie of Mystic\ Shriners! will initiate !CO Jersey City, Priced at
years ago. Jan
.Tampa Tribune. must often stop to weigh their words, in a class in Havana on that date Christian Snut. South African -

order to hit the most appropriateone and the locul DeMoky: group expect I Dr. Phoebus A. Levene of the leaden:
upon Pacific
may become a
to at that time. j and
:.. Now they're telling us we're out ofF while few speakers can observe all I I born Rockefeller in Russia Institute, fiG years ago.chemist ; potential
the depression and don't know it. Well, the niceties of expression without writing W. S. White, or Chicago, who world on a colc'sal! scale.

if we don't know 'we're out of it, how in ''out their speeches memorizing them has been spending reveral monthsin i ]Hugh!: M: Kahler of New Jersey, Mrs. James Alfred wife of the EASY TERMS-10 :DAYS' FREE TRIAL
- II Key West attempted suicide
author born in Philadelphia, 52 .
heck, did .v years ago.Benedetto
; : :.I Ii ',1' This is not due to any-lack of words at the Florida East Coast' Railway i of Ttexas, Is the youngest w.Thompson's.

A student government' : says there in the English language, however. Pos- docks. Fortunately, the man was Croce. fame Italian first-lady ever 1o preside over lhTexas
watchmanat governor.1t mansion; I inc.I
seen by Lennie Baker i Ice Company
..-. are too many counties in the United sibly it may be a'result of our having too the pier. lie leaped in after the'''I philosopher, born 69 years ago. .

.. States. Every county will agree that there many to choose from. The latest unabridged man and :raved him from drown- 'I II Club to the member who sold the Gene Scott 4, of Reno Okla.. .

'are others which should be eliminated. dictionaries contain more than ing. Despondency is thought to greatest number of tickets to the play 227 selections on 'the
have bee/i the cause of the attempt -.I Shrine
Circus. Mr. Guito i is to be
400,000 words, and the list is increasing ; _. !
with Shrine the -
j presented a pin
Modern feminine attire demonstratesto constantly. gift of John! B. Orr potenate of {111111'-IIIII .lII; li
# .
the observant eye in bas relief the Noah Webster's first dictionary, published Herbert Hoover, secretary of Main Temple John Rokt'rVas
I i I .
Commerce Attorney General:
callipygian development of the human in 1828, contained only about 70- ; 'presented; with a DeMolay ring!:
StonetnJ Mark Sullivan noted
I' for felling the most tickets among
form. Look it up, you'll find it under 000 words; the edition of 1864 included journalist, left last night: on Train ..,I the De110lays.I '

"C." 114,000, and that of 1890 about 175,000, 85 for Washington. Mrs.\ Hoover -
I left today on the Yacht Kilkennyon I.I I.I F.ditoriaComment\ : If a newspaper .
as compared with 400,000 recognizedwords ; '
the arrived WHY-
r which party several is not supported heartily it 1. r'j j; .
As long as you live in the United today. days ago. All members of the I gives!: an unfavorable. impressionof .. t. '. ..,,.. ..- .
States there is no reason to worry about Yet Fresident Wilson, who was one of party had a good time fishing. the community. Generally a '- '

the value of any dollar)) issued by your the foremost masters of English in 75 Stone said. "We fished two Mr'l. city i is judged!: by its newspaper.The !! '
and caught enough a
government. Its dollars are good and always public addresses: used a total of only 6,221 I basketball scheduled ,

will be. Any time Uncle Sam's different words. In three of his published A fifty-ton unit which will' cost! i,I for tonight Et the Athletic Club Send your money to mail orderhouses I

money isn't worth its face value it will be books however, he used about 40,000. $75 000. will he added to the between the Married Men's\ quintet ;
Thcmp'on Ice Plant within a short I and the Public Utility" Service
because the government -has collapsed. This chows; that vastly more words are time. This was the information t I I! five, will start at 7:30 :o'clock. when We sell.for less?

Doif worry 1&Mtuu'r .! such thing as that. used in writing than in speaking. given out at headquarters o/. thee I" The-' 'lat; named team h'n '" 1. .

i! 1 happening.t. 'd and work Is to begin \,trig"1 a 5gf eat exhibition: 3jfo "( : /R I Mrtiial-ifO t'tmtiV >fftr yHl:
4. ,y 'tt ." ',l11't "Jf 1l the educated person of fair ability ,i.U1ip' .1 0 days. ;. ( 1 .
x W
-f'JJ :: : ll 9sfJJiJ nit > 'i J fiiitor /!
-; .E.t blishmen\, .;t..freap ltlln "i"iJ : 'understands on the average about 504)00jwprds ) a:: '1a.:3' *r-d3 !l & I IA ;'pf'' th'e. A Completeline : :
th of i idor.bx I small tA rf'"ins! i in l Kev.)We/t ]:ara voi 1 I"-I"t Am ri- : fifletssAi
Beach was placjed ? haad itm',}p r;, but uses only a part of that < : I :}
ofjfnaicky. a 1I\1 .tkI Mr?. M. : V/VEHtTm/ ; '1, ; (,! { i$ i :; ; i .'a lig am ..", T' .
(i t the Chamber of Commerce : in either speaking or writing. Themass r't'ntit.e1s.lancJ. Holdingjpjnfirany ; : Uyprs7iA I

Second in importance! the Chamber of people know and use less than 8-. which is handlnig Kevlrfirgo; \\ ; are, :sign i up to!belI bakeware to' 'select.&o1iL; il
r '
recommended a new postoffice building. If 000 words out of the 400,000 available.An and ether key property Mrs? De-I Kpiesent! at the meeting Friday o .
Poe is Key Wester and has
a night.
Key West expects to get the free trade interesting experiment is'to inspecta I .
consistent advocate of the advancement
a ; 0.-- (Approved by Good Housekeeping Magazine)
zone that has been in the local mind for few pages of an unabridged dictionaryand and progress!! of the I Mr. and Mrs. William -DalJghtry -

.. many years, it must bestir itself and not be count how many words out of a hun- Island City as well as the chainof who have been spending their
keys reaching. to the mainland. honeymoon with Mr. Dau htr1's *
caught sleeping at the switch. dred familiar with both
:you are really as I
parents in Jacksonville, are expected -
to spelling and meaning. Try it. I R. B. Guito was awarded the to return to Key West this:eve .. Aluminum Pots Pan
The consolidation of the city and II I I prize of $10 offered by the Shrine ning. ,

county governments i fa an improvementThe WORK-RELIEF BILL -- -- -. --- --.. -

Citizen has been advocating for many I Ii i CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF II 1 Skillets, Etc. I

years. It is No. 7 in the improvements President Roosevelt favored work-re- : THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

mentioned. The files of The Citizen will lief rather than an out and out dole. It isI I KEY WEST .

disclose lJ1. ny an editorial advocating the I apparent that work-relief is preferablesince as at the close of business December 31., 1934. I

merger but there has never been enough it would eliminate the sting of i I .Comptroller'RESOURCES Call Castiron and Steel Pans and Sleets .

strength mustered to require the senator humiliation inherent in the dole.'IfJut there ; "Uoans: 11 an'd Investments .. $"..305639.43! .

and representative from Monroe to submit has.: been much opposition! both 'fVorjjjcyjy- I .. ,.....Qi Tllwt... ._ i. . ,. ,. 71.61- I
Furniture '
the question to a referendum. tal and labor. Capital fears the govern-I ,Banking..anJ Fixtures Ilotree, .. _..,_ :...s ;. .' -;. 33082.33 Bulbs Fuses
t ;ment will encroach on its preserves-. anti : Oond I nf States and Fossx; Y f;r '.' 1 .: Light
Presidential : -"f*the! UnH<,d '. ''::1t !t? to nimble Tsepp
politics began labor is not satisfied with the,,$50 monthly] \l'fJ" _._...:. 139,370.68

with the visit to the East of ex-President .prescribed.. in the work-relief bill. ," but."' lo- ; Other Bonds and SecurjtJes. .. \ '. : -',-,.- 6! ..t. 74,204.03 -CordsP1ugsEtc. I

Hoover. All advance notices pointed out I mands payment according to the scale* of i Stock'serve'fir rank'.i.the Federal KeTemporary _- '.-",* .' ...: t.,-. .:- C.000.00 .;

that it was a business trip but there was: wages prevailing in the local communities. : Federal Deposit l ,

perhaps something more than a coincidence This put congress on the spot and the out- United States Insurance Government fund- 1,954.01 I. __ :_ II

in the fact that he reached New come is problematic. Obligations) direct I .

York for the big Lincoln Day dinner at From authoritative source it is an- ; and_fully_ _guaranteed _- j
$832.744.73 So.6. Fkrida & EngMtfag f&I
which Republican speakers soundly nounced that the president will veto the' Cash and doe from Banks 495.163.91 1327913.70 Centractkf .

thumped the Democratic regime. There McCarran bill, and if the senate overrides ,

was young Teddy Roosevelt Dr. Glenn his veto, millions that might have had em- : $1,888.235.79LIABILITIES I 'ioJl .$9S '1fIHte and fife &mti

Frank; president Wisconsin University, ployment will remain jobless.In Capital 100,000.00 .
1 Surplus and Undivided Profits'.. ,.,-.. 66.001.(2 "Your home 5s Worthy tkt'fett"
and Harold Hoffman, youthful and justice to Senators Fletcher and Circulation 100.000.0"

getic governor of New Jersey. !ener-I Trammell it should be stated that they did Deposit .,.- 1,633,228.3'1 11. .
-- A -
.. tial. .bees were buzzing. not vote for the McCarmn.bill. .. . a - : J 1,888,235.19 s i f i f s 5
-* % . . . . f"iZ: : a 7: i ..
. .
'I : -11 - 1. : 1Pd..;:i-; _' J\Q -- : !.; .. .. '" -'
-- '

t F .... Tm Ts idr1




MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1935. -.-- -, --' - '

I Jimmy Wade Fights! Pete: Nebo Here Tonight I IGreat

- - -. .. I en-lookers and admirers 'of 'the
1 Fl : ;

Battle Seen I How do you like .the cup Joe?

Next n isdvilJ bring together -

School 1 A RAPID-f1lt ROMANCE aT DAN DlUI, r .. the Sand Crabs and Divot ---
High Gymnasium] -
Diggers to "their dual for -a 'frte'
SYNOPSIS' 2'h. Uontama Kid One ot ,the officers bit his lip t I 'for dinner, Joe being six: up (four .
> LOCKS" WAS SIX UP which will be held the
.. 'trad Hat 10 Rvtri hat outwittedKtrpeant the blood to keep from smiling. ; dinner, '
'- I Andrei and obtained entrain "and \ the tint bole and Fame evening *o that the winnow ON IN PLACE OF MIAMI."KEY .
Ah.said the general you oA nin two on
to the tort of Duraya They 'tfTER MORNING fPLXY ENDD -,
Face Rojas To Meet! UAfl.PIA'iERS art about to Kioto open tfc. gover- sold your Information to thieves Is will have all the more joy in eat 'WEST CAME
BabY Hor't caand recover tha emerald i the second nine).
crown of Our Lady,total from tk that It? Thieves and murderers- ,' } GAME. WAS 'MOSTLYI ing'off the losers. (Incidentally,

In church by the governor, vinen they and you knew them-and 'yon sold I II Tnen In the afternoon the rest Ye Scribe has yet to taste a free
Joe Ramirez ! FAILTO ARRIVEWAS art turprited.tin The is sale fovermor then mikes'questions the news to theme I/ ONE-SIDED, GRAVY SAYS meal-they must be delicious.: ) Due to some misunderstanding! '
sure crows
Andrtt B, contesaei he "What did I sell?" cold the girl. l -' period favoring the champion they And so,, the following pairings' the Miami team failed to arrive
Pita To ,Referee tkoupltt ifonfoito and Rttltriz were : for the scheduled baseball 'game
; the girl. Kosita. when they tapped "The sergeant owed money to a poor : ('GftAVY) are announced and when yoUI''name ]
-Th" man could never;: 1 went Out to finish"the fame which yesterday end the Sluggers and
DUE TO SOME M1SUNOERStANDlNG gully at hit gate. man. poor Well folks it seems that MkUr. is called you 'had better be
Bouts Andres to asses for Pirates contest to entertain -
Sergeant pnt on a
meet 1,
kited but another eight holes. Of there: The Divot Diggers endelrCapt.
IN Chapter 21 the money that was owing. Bo'I'1 'I. Joseph Lopez i* just
ROSITATHAT told him to tap on the postern) and these eight played Joe won ..eveswhile will be under the I Pirates downed the Sluggers
natural born golfer, woe 1tnow their opposition
MATTER would answerfhfm.
how Ce sergeant I. 8 to 4.William.
OJ) 'OSCAR PITA) girl," saId the general, "Is Spofts rot one and that one leadership of Oapt. Kirschy. And
.Is all"
warrior ......... That how to make golfing shots and Goldsmith Cates hit two triples
A .host stocky, starry I BO, Bob Fpottiwood-Sam
the daughter of Miguel She made a little gesture -wltV
She Is Rosita Santos, eh? Is she behind hands raising her shoulders a Because of M handicap stroke. Joe I II against Joe LOt>n-CIem and two singles off of Joe House,
fans \Ve both, I then it and make
iiifhfer rankings In fkpufilittie Baseball in Key t wereie'eply can go
aeekiag Stronk-M lvin Russell a fed also played wonderful game
this deviltry? Has she beejcent trlQe. She smiled a bit and shook while Bob 1 Price; Mumpsy -
disappointed yesterday by was but one over par at third.
world who toue. glove Yor?" her bead so that all guilt might he went out and gave against Kirschenbaum-Wilhe
the non-arrival of the crack team I Armando Acevedo and' Phillip
I I "She has been sent for," said! Don drop away from her. had lone to pieces, being practically Kemp; William WatkinsCookieMesa
Tram all angle -fait of players from Miami scheduled! this asked Bob Spotttwood a lesion and a Russell Kerr-Samnel Baker also'plAyed a great ::ame.
as a. a Lull, nodding. "Unless she has run "When did you tell ? i against .
mal to play twq local teams at the] of the competition. Score innings R. IL. E.
out Harris-Li tlummer by :
for her life she should! be here by the general grimly. ( gallery free how 'OTJ bow 'the Harris; Curry
chine gun can pump out Navy Field baseball grounds. this time." "A week-tea days ago." '\ I hole Bob showed i against Cruickshank-Earl Julian; Sluggers 101 010 001-I 12 1
what the chunky piece "Of {ifffctinf -, There was a large number of ""This sergeant," said the general "To what man?" Royal and Ancient pastime should On the. Lewis Fierce-Pete Taylor against: Pirates 012 000 23x-S 10 4

tans at the station to meet the in a gentle voice, "at the risk of, "I never knew his name. But h.was' I some of his old time form when I II Major: Malone-Al Elgin; Tim Pitt-' Batteries: Bethel. Salinero and

._J dynamite offer Wi tb. pfertoacf players but news had been received sWUng himself managed at last togiro rtnklng in'the Inn and,com be played. he chipped in his par hot from I man-Ikey Russell against GrootnsFands -; 'Griffin; Casa and Carbonell' M.

early in the morning that they the alarm. Otherwise who plaining about Sergeant Andres. As a matter of foot the fame about 25 yards but he was too far (Duke of Rock Sound r;;: Acevedo.

Jimmy Wade, OrknJVs treat- would Y>ot arrive because transportation -. knows what might have happened? That is alt""There I behind in the running to do very 1 Hewitt-Dan Navarro against RayCurry4Babbling" Summary: Three base hits:

..t prospect to ri.'tic heights. bad not been received. I For that reason see that he's paida Is he now?* was mottljr one-'ided' that is a.rar' ,much. And so the game ended- I Brooks. 6ates 2; tw'o, base hits: Id. Ace
\ ." J.. 'that the.,visitors did not arrive hundred pesos. ,That's a renar'dfor "How can I tell, Excellency I 'on No. 8 with a score of 12-10 in All scoring 'will' be Nassau and vedo, C !la./'Gonzal t;'stol n bases' :
1 areiwill getthii greatllt only see what comes Into the Inn as Josie was concerned., : He Baker 3 Acevedo 3 Haler Gonzalezeacrifice -
bdI A.
I W was no fault ofr Key Westers nor a hero. I favor of the aforementioned Mister as follows: One point for lowball ,

I U!l) ) D'li.( ..It.1' lin 'at. the' Ire! railroad employes at this ,end. "Also he was the fool and traitor and he" has not come there for many played the'first nine id' 38, and repeated , Lopez. lIe will look handsome one-half point aggregate.This hits: Gonzalez,

I mOlt important teat tonight The money was deposited at the who let danger Into the fort. Because days. suddenly sure enough now when he goes I is slightly' different than Hale; hits: off Bethel 4 in 3 ,innings -
said the general
high school gym when 4ifeelwhv 'ticket'? fice sometime after 4 of that strip the coat from ," his officers, "is she speak. the same score on the(second out to break in those new clubs usual but it will give everybbdy a ; double play: F., Acevedo

I O V-rri w- e*oclock-Saturdty afternoon and him, tie his bands to his back and I to wastak J given as first prize but then:chance to work a,little arithmetic (unassisted); ,umpires:, Head and

through, the,V Jop to to cVl Cl* theo Td Ii tW Miami ,ffice was so informed. 'flog aim Out of the fort and throughthe ing"She the is truth too pretty .to. ,.tell'. a Ue," aiDe while Robert : ng.!. Spottsy will have a few new ones as well as get in a few more argu., Gonzalez. ;:time of, an'e.2:00.the .

o a o ty'pete80. >|atk.t Due to some misunderstanding town till you're seen the last answered Don Luis. a 43 and 42, a lot of strokes when for him elf as well happening to I ments.

''f at the Miami end the players were of him." The general frowned and the be the runner up. All in all the Whether you play or not and dinner and this means "Hand-

of all featherweights ._4 fightweights"tof not informed that transportation A quick smile of appreciation frown pulled the shag'of his black i 'your opponent has but six above i FERA put on a good tournamenteven whether your name is on the playing rome Horac" and Daddy Sawyer

world. The Indian was waiting for them. greeted the depth and the wisdomof Ser hair down over his eyes. 1>ar. The boys then 'knocked off it a lot of the fellows were list you are expected to be at rs well as anyone else.
the this Judgment. And even .. ..
Late yesterday Afternoon Roy Then he waved his hand, saying: -- -' -
geant Andrea only rolled up his eyes ,_ _, __ _ _
fighting taachtne, know through.cut (Tamlib received a telegram from "The rest of you leave me. Remain \ :h
For he could not
to heaven. 'IIII..I".I"'pt
Lynn Irvin. passenger agent at Miami once outside the door. I am going to set S rlllllll.lIIIIIIIIILillll"'III
conceive beating that would .
a .
the world a* the uncrowned advhing Mr. Hamlin that the even what the truth of this may be."
not be healed and instantly for-
: matter would be explained on his He added with a roar, "Stop your: _
champio of several dnrhtoAs, will gotten for the sake of a hundred "
arrival 'inMiam' lie left yesterday damned smiling and get out!
silver So he was swept ont
find a louglt and featuYal taatch hi I o"n' the afternoon train. of the pesos. The officers got out in haste and 41
room. left Ignacio Estrada alone with the I
alls Orlando The general then demanded that FIRMSJWho
who ,
the youfcgiter RELIABLE
tie of huskies! who pack a wallop] the scoundrels who had entered his girLHe
pointed to a chair. She thanked
kebe' of a
Fla.. his home city. hhid-leg rooms and locked the door behind
connect him with a little bow and slipped I...
'donkey. The first to a. them should be produced Instantly.
Arriving yesterday at'noon, ac- clean blow will} be the winner. 4 There was no one to produce! The into It For a time he remained
with his thoughts. Then he arose ,
eompaYiied by hrs weH-known 1ft a six rounder Joe Zarate J JI whole of the two 'rooms had been

manager, Jack Fleischer, win meet Kid Pelican in a return I searched, and nothing had been and began to pace up and down the ... Service and Satisfaction ?
room with his left hand on the hilt Offer Their Customers
who's training made a engagement. Zarate won the last; found. People had even looked out .
the'ma"l I of his sword. He knew how to move 1
the Jimmy Jack the windows. .
of close
great contest: by a very edge. his hand a little so as to bring from :

in the big money. Wade Eolarro and Tampa Tiger Kid will "Did you think that they were the scabbard an ominous and a ................e..i
introduced to j birds, that you looked out the wIn. ................. .
diately after being: I !square off in another four round- martial sound of humming steel S
and Pete j down?" shouted the general so DELICIOUS HEADQUARTERS FOR .,!
promoters sports writers The officials for tomorrow He began to marshal words like 4 1 PLANTS FLOWERS : i SWEET CLOVER

Nebo, left for the gym where hewent 1 I night's fight program will be the loudly that his mustache was soldiers; for he felt that he was CAKES and PASTRIES t
into confusion by his CURIOS .
thrown cry. MARINE
through light work to -j I following: Cecil Curry,1innouncer; Into about to attack a prize greater: to VINES CONDENSED
"No. fools! Tom rushed "
up. The Orlando sensation i Charles Salas, timekeeper; George him than any rich city. ./ SOUVENIRS -
the rooms fn a crowd, and the two FOR
of condition as all' Armando ..Bermades I : ASK .
is,in the pink Watkins J Judge; thieves slipped out from behind curtains Cocoatrot Plants, .ack. 15ctliblscus .

y\ those who have Been the'flturdy- I'I Judge. ; Oscar Pita referee. and joined you in your search. TIlE wind had fallen from!a yen Plants, each l'0c-25c; : J Fishing Tackle, Kodaks : NEIGHBORHOOD STORE

)looking fighter waflfabout town Doors wijl be''pen at 7:30 p. m. milled around with like moan and the rain no longer : : Films w
They you : ti and :
win Jimmy has been working whipped those aching bodies which Bougainvillea, Red or Pur- .: Same quality. and weight I as
ajrre I ............_.... two more head among so many .
.... -
oat all week with Petty Sar- r cattle. And then they sneaked away remained rigid on the ledge under pie "' ""'' SOc to flJOO" J J Diamond, Watches and other higher priced

ron the great Birmingham warrior ., CLASSIFIED from the fort. I i the windows of the governor's room. Plants, 6Oe to f 1JOO. *. Jewelry '. milk.

who meets Baby 'Manuel in 1 in inn ,drinking "Atter a time we'll grow cold and k
"They are some now I I Crotons, each i. 25 J Watch andJewe)tb1StRIBUTED BY-
Miami tonight. 1 and laughing at the soldiers of' weak enough to fail said Rnbxiz to .. ,'
his friend. "And then we'll climb Turks Cap, each 25e Repairing .
of the fort
Confident COLUMN Duraya. The garrison TRUJILLO BROTHERS VT
Very i{ becomes a laughing-stock.The President back Inside to make a last stand. noses, dozen ..., .... ,.. $1J20 *, Our Reaa,.te-serve Cake. :

The Orlando whirlwind will ........ .. But we'll be no good then. It would 'Sand Pastries are always freshly i WJlotESALEGROCERY
.*..*..... **.I will hear of this. All the army FRANK JOIINSON :
enter the ring tonight with all the will begin to laugh at mememe have been better if we had fought It ,. 1 SoathfiemdaNtfrtery' & Peacock .. .

confidence in the world. He has PERSONALS {. !" out In the beginning; when they, ,. ; MAloney Colonial, Hotel Bid i: Dvl.10D leJ no.

everything in his favor. Nothingto He raised his voice a bit for each broke down the door." Phone .97 CatterU.. $t. : PHONE 81S : *

lot 'pin. If he AUNT L Never mind loan. Ha pointed down. Below them I' :.............. ........ ..
lose and a to : until his .
three words .
of the last .e.e... .. .. ... .. ....... ..e S S.wfi.h
consider Mmrelf Fred's teeth not need- went the lights of a patroL Every ,
beats Nebo he can may Shout was a hoarse scream. His i DS.t.
made. Even if he gives Pete straightening. Doctor thinks officers gave back a little. lie lookedas few minutes those lights had been j'1 SELECT'SEA" F00 PIUMB1NG: I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

a great scrap he will gain national' Wri ey'. Spearmint Gum 5 to though he might charge them passing. The fort of Dvraya was as 2 I..... . .. 38c': INSURANCE
recognition because he is meetingone 10 minutes after meals daily with his fists at any moment and ba tensely prepared as though a greatarmy ti r
about rush to the at I Yellowtail Suak, 2 lh%. :.: 35c
to :
best known exercise to help do such thing were
of the world's will give enough had been known to a !'
and every man was at his post> Yellowtail oa Eons, 2 lb.. 26e Office 3j t bawl Atrtel
tattlers, who started his fi htingtarN'r expand jaw normally. Polly. before this. 1 :
Stilt wait for little," said Mon 2 lb 2SSmppor :
in a local sandlot; art'nal feb25-ltx And then he saw, between two a l'l'tack Grouper, DURO PUMPS :

and has gone as far as Europe. I soldiers at the door, the pretty face tana. His Jaws ached with cold as he 1 2 ..-. 25 : .. '
spoke. The words came shudderingout Mutton Fhh, 4 tbs: 2'5.. PLUMBING SUPPLIES '
staging some of the mightiest STOMACH ULCER. GAS PAINS, of Rosita from the inn of Miguel "We still have CI TELEPHONE HO. 1 JJOHNC.PARK
of his throat.
the Atlantic. victims, Santos. Some of his rage disappeared Largfe Select tyktm :
scraps seen across He had her some part of a long chance. :1 .....,,, .IJ''
defeat in quick relief at once. HfefMfFRESH : PHONE 348 .... .. :
Discussing! his only why suffer? For he watched her walk "What chance?" asked Rnbrlz. FRESH 7Ty Year tMla ,AI, ,
in. As
Florida in a year or so, the one' get a free sample of Udga brought about "One chance brought ns ap\0 thegovernor's CLAMSMac .r: -THE- y rln1Ci (
forward, he began to forget 1 ,
jl at the hands of Baby Manuel last Tablets a doctor's prescription everything. Even the emeralds! of rooms. Another chance I t'U ..e"ie" 1BiJwssrBeer..RitMirMRfPROMn

December in Miami's Christmas!' at Gardner's Pharmacy. tamed Into bits of may get us out of the fort again I llifhh \ r%! : -
green | r
Oar Lady
I 5W! _...?. i
Fund card, Waffe said that the de- feb67.81112.13.1892025.2G- glass so far as h, was concerned Hush, Tb8.t--that Is Rosttal"Thera : I REE !>t IV>:RY : 1" e s

V M e Worn i wj*/ ol left( "J es4 fpe't1ft '1'1; rf tl .. 1 However be:knew."that a good way had been a slight lull In the 1 rf(,&.....':.,'. I.. ; !1I.!:.'.

rode.O"utJiat" jiig '", ,), ; is to sound the' loudest trumpet rain again and he heard the sweet LOWE FISH e'PAty.:' COMPj ': > .",-..,-""' .,; 7siI.... ....

J the, up-state battle "True, the .. FOR RENT first. voice of the girl penetrant becauseof P1IONE III : 328 .SIMONTON ST.

{Cuban boxer floored ie in the -'' fro Its high! pitch. lie worked Quickly .. ...... ...;. _..................
tflfirst j TOBWTfRith, ,,--t\mean .t4ft- tARTl'4ENr R RENTT BodVrn - draw soldiers from their*utt* ; along the ledge until he'was under. ..........._........ ................. .... .. I

V (,left bid tit fr Valdes Bakery. He could look In over the sin, OYSTERSSERVED
letting up. street. Apply
'on top of him. never at her. "Do yon know the punish. : I
him in tight j I febl6-tf I while Rubriz was posted on the far : S36 Fleming Street : PRETTT. GIFTS :
In the fourth I had a ment for triason? AtiY 'STYLE .. To see the "
"Now thathe's
fix hat the bell saved the "To be stood against a wan and ther side, whispering: U and NOVELTIES at : We are now offering 8

tion for the Spanish fighter SitU.j'! I BICYCLES shot down" said the girL; And she alone there with the girl-w Extra. large select greet 75c: I .

as I had him cornered." spoke with such a quiet even voice could leap In and kill him. Mon \: Standards, quart _______ 70c !{ n. 1. THOMPSON'S FREE : grades ofAMERICAN
tana. That would be worth more
Local fans will rememberthat 1 I Hour Day or that Ignacio Estrada was moved.
fight WE by the :
than slaughtering a dozen of the NICE JUICY STEAKS : .
stated "You have a story to tell he said COFFEfcHONE
a Miami newspaper: i Week. Repair all makes and soldiers : :
the officials had disagreed in rendering paint them with Nu-EnameL We to her. "Every woman can at least "Hash!" commanded Montana. Oyster Sandwiches \Oc&D 324 Margaret Sliest

the decision. One judge I tarry a full supply of parts. tell lien "Come out with your pack The girl had com Into the bedroom Filet Samdwiches ,..___._.,.., toe. I \ :.ThIngs.' that your friends will: -- 8"t- \:

in of Manuel one Rollfast Bicycles of words. All Other Sandwiches SHot __ and
Voted favor Agent for the and was looking tuietljr JEWELEh :appreciate. Come In tee.
"I know nothing except poor -
thought it was a draw and the | and sell them as low as $1.00 Andres," she said. around her. Behind her moved the 'Sotise Every Saturday : AND ENGRAVER :th.... : 25e, 20c and 15c Ib.STAR .
referee credited Wade with !sevenof per week. J. L. Stowers Music governor,his eyes glittering through Lobster O ,
"Why do you call him 'poor' Sergeant 1 Your next ? rabliDia-nos .
the ten rounds.! Manuel however Company janl8lmoMISCELLANEOUS the black shagginess of the hair that See Hldi For Your Next Work : be "
Andres WELLS' LUNCH Rtlt71R .nor will ,mOTe :
declared the- winner. still pitched from his forehead. General COFFEE MH1SSli
was "They were beating him with I ALL PRICES REDUCED ,i if it is baked and served in our >

Espect Good Bout whips as I came in through the Estrada was excited; but the 900 Soutbrd Street : Giant Scallop or HMrtShells. Sea : 26!
girl had In her eyes that blank loot : Hovnt 9 to 12-1 t. 8 : Greene SL Phone
f .
To this writer who has been gate. iJ."Ue's 207.W ,
MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED which the Kid had seen In them once :
ALL i Safarday NIgtt
and 1 lover eh? .4 : Open '
following email, for fights a number both- of years big the i by authorized: radiotrician. "To me your be Is nothing." r p before as though thought were mastering ......" ..' .. ...--- .........' ....., .. ....................'..' -.-.-.ii-.-.eiilti....i..>.................."....
Varela her .
ot the 1 Work guaranteed. 1107 "But you come to tap at tie-pos senses. .
Kebo-Wade match is one
streetPhone 866-, She turned around and looked up DINE AT THE : SERVE THE POPULAR
best made in ternwhen it's his turn to ba on Birds Animals FuhPRITCHAW)
jT the best ever
at the general with those blank eyes
feb2MmoxFOR !
I ; :
aft guard behind It? shouted the DESSERT
this cityit is a natural from which were seeing the future per*
angles. Both can hit 'with mighty I SALE general .tl haps. MOUNTED i FUNERAL HOME .
"I never nave tapped at It; He
,, they have of skill, 4 SntlttnJ. PerlrtkeCreMiTHE
powers plenty wanted (Coryripkt tDs4 Harper : : Royal
told me how to knock If 1 CECIL GRAY: :
and last but not least, they can f.BOOKS.-JNowl :
BLANK SALES If -art' wee alotised to
I himI never wanted him. Route turn. traitor tomerr**. fOG i Asa J'onItIft
will be
"take it. The encounter lOc $ for 25c al The I : Digaui.a, Sapatklde :
and each or dining at lame, t.. '. ill fid: TAXIDERMIST

furious thrilling, interesting Artman Press, Phone 51, 'Citi-j PLAZA mortl .nd ...: J Comrtny S BARBECUES of all Ha.a '
one of these'! fistic pre'etrtatioTisin dct6 schoolboy : .
ten Building: David Riley
which anything can happenand DIAMONDBALLTUESDAY I joj.bleI aperteaee =Fine Work At a Reason.: : 0e1lcJ.u "wtaj Sardwk see
of ,
usually does.It PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed I LICENSED EMBALJttB :
is more than a fight to Wade'l 'cards, $1.26. The ArtmanMIMEOGRAPn 'I his books to do his lessons. findingit BREAKFAST.' : able Pride .I 9 .: 'COLD BEER

who will have an open rode for PftM. sat? NIGHT I easier to read and write upside ? 3.brId: .
: A.W-
biggefr opportunities and bigger down. P.H 0 N E 26 .. '
I BOB'SWhlUal S U tU!
money if he should win this contest PAPER. 600 1 | SUPPER : : I

,I sheets '1.25. ne Arttaaa There will be a diamondball'i rice while on the other band, if aGl" Fleming Street : LADY ATTENDAirr R ewE -- .

The headliner- will 'be Frees Citizen Building. game played tomorrow night at I I the Busy Bees win it will necessitate J PLAZA RESTAURANT: i : i
being played
Park between the Busy' another came .c..Io"""
supported by four worthy prelim Jtra27tfTYPEWRIT1NU 1 Bayvlew "
inaries. Joe Ramirez the fight- I 'Bees and Lope team. I on Friday night to decide the mat- I sos D.T.I strMt : KEY WEST FLA. :Ptsm $46 7. (

from Miami will PAPER BOO tf the Lopez "clubrins in the ter. "j
cow-puncher ,
hold up against the wild boll, Baby .hub. 7 k. The Artman Pressaug7' I game tomorrow night Jhey ,will Be-' ea. : "" " .. 'I.I'II: !" !"lt! !,"" >

Face: Rojas. This will 'fce' a bat hae"wow the fiist.baliefthe: -. -.- -.:.' -' "



.. , _' ';6<' .- :'. ,..
\ ', __ < ---'f'-' 'V1 -" -

-' -- -




...s..e..s..s..s.ssssssssssssssssIss" TWO DEFENDANTS J PERSONAL: : : MENTIONCharles : : :::::I MAKES REPORT d;;'; Horoscope; a* 1 r good The in latest Hollywood"baby star"is 3-year-old to make

:-: SOCIETY : -: ARRAIGNED TODAY .............---..................-._--.-._..-... RECEIPTS OF Juanita Quigley, whose splendid
SSS S 55 55...5555 5 SeS..
Markovitz left yester. E. H. Johnson general eon- work in a new production earnedfor
Editress day for Miami after a visit of two tractor of Miami Beach, who was You have a nature difficult to her a five-year contract.
Nina de Lisa Leslie, and a life which
days with relatives. in Key West for a short visit with
'PHONE 752-J relatives left yesterday afternoonfor
of quiet affairs. There is MONROE THEATERDick
................................................. BEING DRUNK AND Mrs. Allan Knowles and son, his home at Miami Beach. FUND HAS BEEN DISTRIBUTED from attempting to force I
Eugene, who were in Miami for a -' i
Powell and Ruby Keeler!
too far but generally ad
Argentinian Baritone Among short visit with relatives, returned Mr. and Mrs. J. Dressman of inFLIRTATION
will be turned to good ac- -
over the highway"yeater the Hotel Havana in Miami Beach, I
instead of breaking the WALK
Distinguished Visitors HereKey day. left yesterday afternoon for their
and ruining the life.
Cunningham and Robert .0 home' after a short'visit in KeyWest Mayor\William!. H. Malone Matinee: Balcony lOc; Orckes
Oswald were given preliminary Mr. and MreT ;Emerson Archer : eral chairman in Key West of Subscribe't4 tra, 15-20c; NiCnt, 15-25
West society has a numberof give a concert in Key West upon rbi Citizen.
and committee for the
hearings before Peace Justice children who were in Key 't'
distinguished personages in its' his return hue( from Miami, Frank O. Roberts this West for two"da "with relatives; .. Mr. and Mrs Henry Archer who Ball, announced today that I I ,. .. '
midst among them, a young Ar- where he is scheduled to sing in morningon left yesterday fiat.Miami.. .*. 'ire spending a few days in Key proceeds from the affair I '< eo MUNSON ISLANDFISHING

Manlio Ovi- the near future. On his depar- :charges of being drunk. ,and ----1 West. with relativesrief\ 'yesterday ed: to $248.50.From 1 Over-Sea S Hotel CAMP

gentinian baritone ture from Florida in the ,springhe disorderly. Frank White. ,railway electrician ifternoon ""for the* home In IliaMrs. t this' amount $40 was Operated by R. M. Ellison
dio, who is prominent and success- will appear in numerous con Specific charges were that the and I Best FUhinf on Coast
who for-music advertising
: was spcncjing a abort fh. h.: 'J' t.i'- 917 FLEMING STREETROOM
ful in the opera field) on the concert certs throughout the east. men had, while drunk entered a time with ,ljn.jj and the t } t, I items, leaving a balance of $ I Guides and Boats Available

stage and in motion pictures, Those who have.heard Mr. OvL home at the corner of Whiteheadand family left yesterday for t.Augustin . Fru Henry, who was! ,to be, distributed as provided running water .. $1.00 I I Sea Food-Fishing
wish! Lath 1.50
in Europe, and is now preparing. dio perform state that he is the Fleming streets. They were <<.. spending several weeks with relatives -I the 30-70 "percent basis. I Boating-Bathing
to appear in this country in a. possessor of one of the finest arrested and placed in county left yesterday afternoon to I Following instructions. 30 WEEKLY RATES I Write for Reservation, Pos

series of concerts and pictures. j voices it has ever been their good jail. Arthur Schrader left yesterday Join Mr. Henry who is an aviator cent of the net proceeds I Newly Renovated Office, Ramrod Key

Mr. Ovido is a pupil of the;I fortune to hear and much interest After hearing the evidence afternoon for St. Augustine fora at Mitchell Field. ing to $62.55'will be sent to New Equipment Accessible by Rail or Auto to
great American teacher and composer is evinced in his forthcominglocal they were allowed to depart on business visit. ington to be used in I New ManagementNO Ramrod Key

Frank La Forge who numbers appearance.In their own recognizance with the Mrs. John Roker who was paralysis research work and I Camp Boats Meet Guests

among his students Law- the meantime :Mr. Ovidio understanding they will be in attendance Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris and spending a week with relatives in'''I other 70 percent, $145.05 CLEANER HOTELANYWHERE Rates: $5.00 Per Day-

rence Tibbett Richard Crooks, announces himself as delighted at the March term of Mr. Harris mother, Mrs. Ma Key West, left Saturday afternoon II rl be. retained as a fund in American Plan

Lucrezia Bori Marguerite Mat- with Key West its charming, criminal court. tilda Gardner who were in Key forthe, home in West Palm Beach. West for treatment of ca I
zenauer and many others of equal friendly people its fine climate One of the men is employed at West for a few days with relatives the disease which may, -

renown. and the beautiful tropical at. Fort Jefferson and the other in and friends left Saturday Arnold Roth who' was ordered here.
)tr. Ovidio has been asked to I mosphere that encompasses it.I Key West. They are both ex- I for the home in Miami. io leave Cuba because of his alleged '
service men working on FERA undesirability arrived ,Saturday

projects. Mrs. Blanche Mitchell afternoon and lef. for Mi COLORED CLUB
who was-
Miss Loss Becomes, befort marriage Miss Blanche Pino mL .
I Whole Grain Foods of Key West left yesterday forJacksonvjll&iaecpmpAVjitnirE '\ PLANS

Bride Of Jack Russell - t tjJoe Williams:, .sports editor ont .

: ?.*t 'lt-eti -. Aid Economy Diet; \ . hejnOthewhe.goeaferineiJj $*e New York World-Telegram i 1',1 f ;, ,-" .. lill. !' tlw
t ,
- -
{ .jd Mrs. iial.s.! arrived ester. Key Wet) Community :
The< marriage of Miss Sophia ried a colorful bouquet of President Miami: : wil'eetin the .
) : i71. J'II''Il1Miss lay by planefrom .unJfxfttedto" (colored) :
Loss, daughter, of Mrs. lIarry'It.. }iTaft'roses." Mrs. Macon Bar- Use More Breads And Cereals f) leave this afternoon-by :terian School JToora J

McDonald to Jack Leroy Russell bee rendered,the Wedding March. If Food Budget Is Was": ; in Margaret autffttJr0 ,$)Jane on tne\ return"trip* ."' I from 6 to''7. p. m., for the ] 'c 1
tastefully Key West as tJfOIMl .
'on: of Mr. and l'Iln.nmoq, Uus- The church :was simply' and. Small | I ( "K< monthly meeting.

nIl". was solemnized at 4 p. ,TOT on ''decorated for the occasion M5aldiaK&I':; J j ': and Mrs.her'Ralph hitietrt TflfmM'\\!,iami IftyterdTor .' t I Mrs.: E. M. Semple and daugh I t yV discussion' as to the J'T ,f,

Friday February 22n4 at,,' Jhe with'a number of freshly cut By .. '"r\ e rf.Mi&LHary Semple; who that have come to the colored ,\
First Methodist Church of KeyWest flowers! Consultant in Nutrition.r. I
i in Key West for a short stay as zens of Key West through
with the Rev George EV The bride's gift to the brides- Massachusetts State Department Edward Ball general manage guests of Mrs. Peter Williams and forts of :the FERA, will be More SeMcefrom

Summers officiating.The maid consisted of a delicate chain of Public HealthMany for the Alfred I. Dupont' interest other relatives,. left Saturday aft I ducted. it'is 'stated.
and necklace and matching ring with in Florida and Hrs. Ball who
ceremony was private homemakers have literallj ernoon for the home in Miami. I Old Felt Roofs
and the were in Key West for two daysas
attended only by the immediate amethyst stones, groom ground out the golden grain these Etheridge, left yesterday
families of the bride and groom presented his best man with a last three Breads and guests of Mr. and Mrs. JuliusF. Julius Mendell arrived yesterdayfrom rhort visit in St. Petersburg. I
and a few intimate friends. Miss handsome cigarette case with cerca'' are our cheapest energy Stone; Jr., left yesterday after- Miami for a brief visit with II ....:..- I \ A fHEN your old felt roof starts to show Its age,

Linton Vitte sister of Miss Loss, lighter attachment, both exceedingly -- foods. If they are noon for MHami. ,his brother William. John Shutt left Saturday V Y renew,its life with Corey Asbestos Fibre Coating
acted as her bridesmaid and I lovely and well-chosen made from whole Tampa after a stay of
Samuel Russell brother of the gifts. : grains i they also Mrs. John R. Williams of Miami -i days with local This tested material I I. for more than a paint. The light
i' Mr. and Mrs. George Peacon
groom attended him as best man. Immediately following the cere. i urn i is h iron and arrived yesterday over the]I tame Jn yesterday for a visit with ficials. oils p.n.trat. the body of the roof, thoroughly water-
-white Mr. and M Russell lefton Vitamin B. highway for of
Miss Loss attired in a mony s. a stay several'
The other day 1 j: relatives and friends and returned proofing the feh. The heavy oils fin any cracks, forming
crepe gown and carrying a wed. the afternoon train for Miami, days with friends. She was accompanied -,i to Miami in the afternoon.I Dr. E. S. Hirsch "
ding bouquet of red and pink where they will spend their honey. I icious dish of fresh- by Mrs. Allan Knowles;I ...:-- expert of Miami, was an a wear resisting surface which is reinforced with genuine

radiant roses was given away in moon. Upon their return in the .' '. yellow grated feed and son. I,! Ed. arrival from Miami 'yesterday to be asbestos fibres. One gallon covers about 50 square feet
marriage by her stepfather Harry near future they will be at hometo I Goehring was an
R. McDonald. The bridesmaidwore their host of friends here at ._ corn cooked like sJ.I yesterday! for a visit 'of two days Carey Fibre Coating b also fine for old, rusted, "Pknoled .>
I MMr;.p.iI4..g mush which I was Roger L. Watson, of the U.
a Llue crepe frock and car No. 10 Nassau Lane. I! told was a common dish in Ohio engineering department stationed I i with relatives and friends. *metd roofs. Get our low prices on this roof.......

.I years ago. Many women have at Honolulu H. I., Mrs. Watson 1 I -
used whole wheat grains intended and three children! arrived last I Mrs. R. H. Lintner formerlyMiss SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CC

Cocktail Hour At Raul's Club !I. for feed put them through meat Saturday and will spend several 1J Marguerite Shaw arrived tjPALACE "Your Home I* Worthy of the Best
I i grinders, and cooked them for a weeks vacationing. Mrs. Watsonwas l yesterday for a visit with her parents Phono 598 White & Eliza :it..

Proved Very Successful Event long children time.they For have their put babies this cereal and Parks before of Key marriage West. Miss Maude Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaw.

-- through a sieve to take out some of I Mrs. Al. Barker and eister, Miss

The first Cocktail Hour held The club had been especially I this coarse scratchy bran. By I Cuca: Domeneche were arrivals
Raul's. the'decorated with fresh flowers, and such labors homemakers have resorted i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curry Saturday for a visit with their
Club Miramar
at on I methods to give left .PRODUCTSStandard
a note of truly tropical beauty to pioneer yesterday afternoon for parents, Mr., and Mrs. Manuel 1 .
Boulevard Saturday afternoon I prevailed. Hors d'oeurves were I their families wholesome whole their home in Miami after a short 1 Domeneche. I for 6O ars
from 5 to 7 proved such an emi ::served with the aperitifs and there I grains at a ver/ low cost. visit with Mr. Curry's parents, 'Bruce Cabot-Grace over yt

nently successful innovation and .was dancing throughout the after Dr.A Lydia Simple Roberts Balanced of Diet Chicago: M -. and Mrs. R. B. Curry and Howard Wilson deputy collec-' in RED HEAD

*as so much enjoyed< by the many I tells us we could get a fairly well other relatives.Mrs. tor!of internal revenue 'Miami, Comedy and Short Reel

persons attending that it will be a I Hnoon.Many people present at the balanced diet if we ate milk whole arrived Saturday for a visit with {...,....,....,....,..,.....,....,....,....,....,,...,,..,....,....,.....I
regular Saturday afternoon affair Cocktail Hour returned later in grain cereals and raw cabbage for Waldo Johnson left on the' Mrs. Wilson and other relatives Matinee: IQ.lSc; Night :

from now on. the evening to resume their danc. Vitamin C. Some heroes have actually afternoon train yesterday for II and left yesterday afternoon.Mrs. .
At the initial hour Saturday ing and merrymaking during the lived on such a diet and kept Miami for a short visit with Mr. \ Our MostSensational .

there were present members of regular Saturday night dance cus healthy though bored at meal! Johnson who is in the engineer's Mary Francis Barbee

the locally social elect, smart win. tomarily held at Raul.'s and any: times. Dr. Hazel Stiebhng. food division of the P. and O. S. S. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. GeorgeE.

ter colonists and out-of-town visitors number of gay private little par- economist in the Bureau of Home Company attached to the Steamship I Summers and Mrs. Mary Moul-. PALACE Offer
shows how the cheapest _
all of whom were delighted ties were glimpsed during the afternoon Economic" Florida. son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
i meal plans must be up :
with the occasion. and evening.
I much cereals and breads; rather Roy Hamlin member of the'

liberal plans furnish more fruits, committee appointed to select the I KEY WESTCOLONIAL TOMORROWSee
,vegetables and and less
Arrange For Dance Last Night cereals. eggs shows of the carnival to open in HOTELIn

Will the amount of grains in the Key West March 11, left yester- La BirIIIi
"Prom Dance" Greatly Enjoyed market meet our demands this day afternoon for Miami to meet the Center of the Business ,.

year? The Agricultural Depart- other members who left yesterday and Theater District
A social event to take place in The final festivity of the host ment tells us there is a shortage of morning and will go to Fort Lauderdale -
of entertainments held during feed for animals but plenty of this morning. THE 2 i
the near future will be the 'PromDance" First Class-FireproofSensible : -
"La Semana Alegre" took place wheat to feed people. This Department .
to be given under! the aus- Rates i
last night at the Cuban Club encourages us by saying .. .' b.. I" I
pkej*,:of jRobert _J. Perry Chapter: here. .' that bread prices should go up no J! ''COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN IOVE5TKL'TH % 114 I
Order of UeMolay. at the Cuban higher after last summer's in- 1 .
; : '
This dance, attended mostly by ; chil,49",11': f HIK" S, "1 '* ..Ji' .
Club on, Duval street...on Friday young' eopl.,- was much enjoyedby crease. I fon't tike Garage Elevator
Use Whole Grain Bread I IC i
., them and proved a i delightful Homemakers will continue to buy ; "chari' VLbR! me ow Popular Price. p
( .
Arrangements forthe, affair.arc -
finish' of i a'week of celebration. more breads and cereals if their .r. : '" '('f" u s
beipg made by a committee of,Do- PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS .
-- ;' :/ "
pocketbooks' are slim; less if their 4 "' : "
Molays headed} by Malcolm Finder ...... .... ..
pocketbooks are stouter. Active i; : 'I I ::11' IIJ L.I\t U ."L ABOl'T .
and consisting of ,Joseph ,MISS CLEAREWINS children need plenty of fueL The .iiii.DeMOL&Y'DMCE .. .- '11' 1.: ur" 1'"I This dorfalled FreeYou
Richardson James Curry and Malcolm !- wise homemaker will encourage her ;

Sawyer. family by good cooking and other
Those in charge are working PRIZE IN CONTESTMiss arts, to eat at least half of their Friday, March let 1"1 You do not need to guess at the cost of cooking

hard to make the event a success breads whole and grain cereals breads in the like form entire of l CUBAN CLUBBob' ('N* AITUCI Ia frier.((15-25)) electrically. You do not need to take any one'* word
and have secured' the services of
Orchestra for it. You can find out definitely for yourself without
Bob Pinder's orchestra for the oc- Dorothy Cleare was named wheat and rye and whole grain
cereals like oatmeal and the various ADMISSION .- -_ buying a range or making a pen.ny'* investment. Wo
casion. :as winner of the'33-piece dinnerset brands of whole wheat. The shift PANOPTIK BIFOCALSNo Both 1 will let you use this range in your own kitchen for three
From alll indications there will
: offered in a contest at the in the grain section of the "measur- months without any obligation whatever.
be a record crowd in attendance. I South Florida Contracting and ing stick" will probably be not in stumbling! No jnmpsl
Engineering Company as the! prize the amount of breads and cereals MARINA The correct positioning ,of its : us for complete details regarding this plan
Enjoyable Birthday bought but in the greater amountof Key West's Hotel De Luxe ] optical center makes Panoptikan ;
I for the best suggestion offered by the whole grain cereals and bifocal for patients to
American Plan
Party SaturdayMrs. I Key West housewives during the br,ad3. used to." Jump of imageas
200 Delightful Rooms, each "get The Key West Electric Co.
past week. with Private Bath vision passes from the .distance -
J. I'. Roberts was guest of Winners in the dailj* contest Robert Holland 10, of St. I into the segmentis' .
honor John's Wood who I Evening Dinaer ___ $2.00 portion A. F. AYALA. Sale ManagerEfl0lit
at a birthday anniversaryparty were as follows: Mrs. Flora Eng., recently eliminated. Sidewalks, curbs
given Saturday afternoonat Michael first prize; !Mrs. Neil completed a book of fairy stories, I Luncheon _. 1.50 and in their true V'IIIIIII.lII.lIII.lIIJI.

the home 1208 Pine street. Knowles second prize; Mrs. B. A. is considered Great Britain's. I Afternoon Tea .. ..,.._.. .50 and steps normal appear positions.DR.J.A.VALDES

Besides those members of the Baker third prize. youngest author. I, or.a,U,,Carte ,I. -
family residing in Key Wes-t. who I Palm.ShadedSandy Beach with I :

are a son-in-law and dauhter'l: I Doris Louise Paul of Iowa and Virginia Martin 18, Salt Lake I CasinoMasseur'inrAttendance'. .Orthocon Soft-Lite Liceiueo53Z I

Mr. and Mrs. James ,,.Leland Monasmith of South Dakota City one-armed stenographer, I ''fja5trestic'iTiAs I. fIoodwin/led--
another and daughter: healthiest turned in the only perfect :' ,
i were chosen as the copy I PETER SCHUTT. I MKI' :! .4," : he
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pinde--. there;I girl and boy in the:United States during a recent typing contest. I t11r) -.' .

were three daughters-from Miami. m the 4.11 club competition: I ::5 ,, **.y

These were Mrs. L. H. Crouch. Subscribe to The Citizen. ACCEPTING: IMITATIONS .

('r. Mrs. B. C. Lowe, and Mrs. I'. past proved popular and was well! P ..

C. Lowe who came to Key West attended. BEARUP'S DRY CLEANING [ I? Co. -. 'To cct the'origuul I Dtvif 100% ran Pklnl
for the purpose of assisting in Several very finely played WORKS. 514 MARGARET ST. --= --- Besurete "., MADE Of BALTIMORE. .-n,., '

the celebration and making it a matches were to be seen, and the PHONE 152M. dec20CREOMULSION I I f7 t I UNITED STATES FAST felt fer I Davis '100% Pure Paine bs .CIftca'.kca': I ( .

happy family gathering. players included Mrs.\ S. S. Pur I MAIL ROUTES FOR this faitace"but never..plicatc&Davi ;:::::..

During the afternoon delicious: fee. MKs Natalie Jhnnick Miss I PORT TAMPA INDIES 3 -Label 100% Pun Paint conform*/ with ==.. -
refreshments, were served. Kyros McCullough, the Duke of I Il'osr.owa -HAVANA- all pure paint law* toe1 b the only faint =-=.-- ,: .

Arcos Ignacio Carbonell Robert I Leave Key Weft Effective for Havana April Tuesdays 27. 1933 and Fridays, 12:: be piji that Carrie. a guarantee cI J'IUiC' ,.; I :-" ::;;::S'' .

Tennis Tea Given Pmder Manager Peter Schutt and I I P. M. fbok for this Guarantee the Liz el* ?.
Mr. Sawyer. driggist Is bot.aisJt. Leave Havana for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays on -
At Casa Marina Tea service was in progress on .cI.eifaUy rsfu.4 b 9:00A.M. ......__..ia mm...r-M..surss.,_......_ .;
the lawn and the matches were oa tke spot tf yoa arcCOUGHS Leave Key West for Port.Tampa Wednesdays and Saturdays All ...._ .. .... by m .. ......... ... aiM .hesug.. 0IIaJ.N.sJy.; l 'J, ',.

The Sunday afternoon tennis witnessed: by a goodly numbered!I 6:30 P. M. 1IEJIJlD.\VlSca' ,.', ... ,_-. ; .
teas at Casa Marina, postponedfor gathering of members of the TicketRaMnatleu. anJ laf.nMlIoi at TWuatOffle. on tfe 1
Deck, TSMSn 71 - G. C. ROBERTS: Gene Canbe J J* Stre
the past several weeks were set of Key West, winter visitors COSTAK. A eat, ;
J J. H. _ . . .
- -- .4 ,
and in the -
resumed yesterday as and hotel guests, ,

I '.. .. I'a .....


... ,"" '; .': ;

,, : ....,. oc'' cV
. _._ ,:,...,....... Ii.,'" '-C>A ": .,:; ..... "';' r.4I.rr"; w: .' '" "' ;: II -.n' -- .\. "' : ; t t f1itA @(--" <

Full Text
xml version 1.0
xml-stylesheet type textxsl href daitss_report_xhtml.xsl
REPORT xsi:schemaLocation 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitss2Report.xsd' xmlns:xsi 'http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance' xmlns 'http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss'
DISSEMINATION IEID 'E20090304_AAALGT' PACKAGE 'UF00048666_00439' INGEST_TIME '2009-03-04T23:22:28-05:00'
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2018-05-23T13:14:04-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 314682; E20090304_AAALGT' AGENT 'UF73'
finished' '2018-05-23T13:14:37-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '1390961' DFID 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMQ' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00188.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 62107fed3a572f74b69cccdd84515041
'SHA-1' e2e61d1c239a7ad6b93f22729ff967f6e6f152e5
EVENT '2018-05-23T13:14:11-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'429043' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMR' 'sip-files00188.jpg'
'51663' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMS' 'sip-files00188.QC.jpg'
'11123979' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMT' 'sip-files00188.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'69815' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMU' 'sip-files00188.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'12033' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMV' 'sip-files00188thm.jpg'
'1395641' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMW' 'sip-files00189.jp2'
'373118' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMX' 'sip-files00189.jpg'
'46922' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMY' 'sip-files00189.QC.jpg'
'11161011' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXMZ' 'sip-files00189.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'47979' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNA' 'sip-files00189.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'10900' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNB' 'sip-files00189thm.jpg'
'1403996' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNC' 'sip-files00190.jp2'
'431533' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXND' 'sip-files00190.jpg'
'53481' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNE' 'sip-files00190.QC.jpg'
'11224059' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNF' 'sip-files00190.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'67862' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNG' 'sip-files00190.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'12179' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNH' 'sip-files00190thm.jpg'
'1343522' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNI' 'sip-files00191.jp2'
'432032' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNJ' 'sip-files00191.jpg'
'53421' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNK' 'sip-files00191.QC.jpg'
'10740467' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNL' 'sip-files00191.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'47649' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNM' 'sip-files00191.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'12235' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNN' 'sip-files00191thm.jpg'
'10166' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNO' 'sip-files1935022501.xml'
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'10323' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNR' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00439.mets'
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
xml resolution
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace '', but the target namespace of the schema document is ''.
'10168' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALGTfileF20090305_AAAXNU' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00439.xml'
xml resolution

xml record header identifier 2009-02-24setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Key West Citizendc:creator Key West citizendc:publisher The Citizen Pub. Co.dc:date February 25, 1935dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)358017 (ALEPHBIBNUM)dc:source University of Floridadc:language English