The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 11, 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).

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VOLUME LVI. No. 60. ----- . ._. . .
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Gray .Makes Presenta- PLAN BUILDINGTHREE I AND SATURDAY OWING TO I Vinson Bill Claimed Many Of MembersOf

Miss::: Amy Lou Oliver, champion After aery successful wittier; Legion-Backed

tion Speech In Making PIERS AT TROUBLE : high diver who was one of the season and; Miami plying on the between passenger Havana run Congress Are Playing I

'feature artists at the World' : the Steamship Florida, of the P. Politics In Out-
Award To Winner Of I Would
MATECUMBE KEY I and O. S. S. company will return Pay $2,357,000,000
mail for
There was no arriving on Fair, was an arrival yesterday
i I tonight from Miami.\
Essay ContestThe .L-- I Friday or Saturday from Havana a short visit. I This information was received standing MeasuresBy

TIMBER DOCKS TO BE CON- on vessels of the P. and I Miss Oliver is now at the Miami today by John N. Coslar, agent I To Veterans
for the company at Key West. It! Immediately
the O. S. S. company, due to a strikeof I Biltmore Hotel where her daring; HERBERT PLUMMER
closing ceremonies of STRUCTED BY'STATE ROAD I is understood that the reason giv- i

government employes in Cuba.I feats and artistic aquatic performances en for discontinuing the service isi ----..:... - 4117 AiMM-Uted "rrui
first annual Key West Stamp and DEPARTMENT, ACCORDINGTO I I I I because of the terrible conditions!I WASHINGTON March 11.-It
Returning passengers told The have been witnessed by thou- I Average Payment To VetS -'
Exhibition took place on ANNOUNCEMENT in Cuba. CRIMINAL COURT
Coin is
I becoming more apparent dailythat
Citizen there were no employes rands of admirers during the.seait. -I It was learned today from an WhoiHave Failed

Sunday: afternoon in Saint Ce- working in the postal department r I authoritative'source that the etri-c erans 1 unless i something it'''.done' to

.son,.'. .: ; To.BorroW30n; CONVENES HERETHKMORNING
except a few''officials no custo'ms. in Cuba has assumed ; alarming cOunt'I
cilia' Hall in tie1' Convent'-of Construction of timber piers break th.
Accompany' this i lvisitorwereJane legislative jam on capitolhill
i. and
proportions practically s every
inspectors to attend to the*.baggage '
' Mary.Immaculate.' A very enjoy and slips is proposed by the state and other inspections/no'i;\ ,Miss' : Swartz jof New,York;:I phase of ''industry is'affected'besides \Womd\, Be AboUfl\OOOI\ toon there''.y' to be an ex.

road department at the lower end Miss.Evelyn!Campbellsof Atlanta I I.Ga. all government activities. I ;
able muica1Kour was presented of Matecumbe Key. This announ'ement migration officers on duty\\ '.and Advised that no service; would 'B/.ALEXANDER Ri-GEORGE plosicn resulting ia ': damage no
' ... and Q-trlea tlXKerne, atr} I I
i but one doctor attending, his ; be rendered thi' ferries of the F. '4117 Ae.mvladrd I'> I
by 'tne Con'vet< Orchestra and has been issued from the office -!{ '. FIFTEEN CASES ON DOCKET one dares to estimate
I work. t tached to the publicity department Ei C. Ferry,company the Palm I V WASHINGTON, March :il ,
of B. C. Dunn, lieutenant I I of the Miami.Biltmore. i
soloitt: !l i It was learned that on Saturday I II 1 did not sail for Havana lat nitrht i If the Viason bill for immediate I Ii TO BE DISPOSED OF THIS 1 Everyone s ems to be suffering
colonel: of engineers at Jackson and there will be. it is expected, I i I .
In Li* brief address tL. president ville. I I I there was only one street car being DR.GALEYWILL t no sailing tonight.CARNIVAL. payment of the veterans' bonus! TERM; JURORS DRAWN FOR from an extremely bad case of

,! operated and but one bus was:
of the Key West Philatelic Plans as submitted by Style i I should be enacted, some $2.357-1 SERVICE IN PROCEEDINGS I I the jitters. The fact is evidenced
Highway Engineer J. II. Dowling:! seen Friday night.! The street car,I II OPENSTOMORROW ;i i

Society, Commodore von Mietk call for three piers. The northerly -i I r it was said. was operated by a marine -; RETURN SHORTLY;, ,I, 000,000 in government money I I I by suck scenes as that enacted by

to be 546 feet long, the II and the passengers were ma- would be distributed worldwar I
one among
Uuba, H. D. W., expressed gratification I With 15 cases on the docket Huey Long and Joe Robinson, majority -
rines. Marines attending to \ NIGHT I
center pier 415 feet and the were I
!, veterans who reside in virtually criminal court convened this morn i
the fact that the 250 feet. various other duties.GROSSMAN I I leader of the when
over erly pier, south-I WENT TO PHILADELPHIA FOR ing wiLh Judge J. Vining Harrison senate,
The northerly and center i -- every city, town and rural I I
closing exercises were being held ) TREATMENT; NOW RECUPERATING I OF ; the bench and all officials and it looked as if ths two would actually
will be 100 feet in width the., BURIAL I NCN-ARRIVAL EQUIPMENT,I ccmmunity of the nation. attendants present. j I

hirtorical hall which, during southerly pier 25 feet. The Flips 1'I to blows the floor
in this DEFERS OPENING OF I Ii I Jurors to the number of 2-1 tome on
between will be 125 feet and will The average payment to vet.
I II were drawn from the box as follows -i,
the Spanish-American War, be dredged to a depth of six feet I'I' RITES ONMNDAY !i SHOWS TONIGHT I I erans who have not borrowed on,!.F : Charles Olivieri, Charles I It further is evidenced by the

below the plane of mean low Water I 'I !concern members of show
He paid high : Atwell. George W. Malgrat, Hart: congress
I is in
served as a hospital. Dr. II. C. Galey, who now I I !! their service (bonus)
elevation of --- adjusted
and filled to an I I I Philadelphia visiting his folks ij Due to the non-arrival of some ley Robeits Hilton Henson W. private and publicly on the way

tribute to the quiet unobstrusive five feet above mean low water. .: KEY WEST RESIDENT DIED expected to return within a short,I!'of the paraphernalia of the Ilcn- certificates: would be about SI- I*. Archer J. A.. Gaiti, George H. I they arc being! bomtarded by the

and mentioned The proposed construction will f time it learned today. nic Krause Cer nival company 'I Roberts Charles: Pinder. :I folks back
was Veteran have obtained home.
sisters of the convent OCO. who '
of the existing
there will be no opening tonight W. Julius Camus,
The doctor left Sunday, March I W. Finder
especially the services they I line the slips being dredged into :: MORNING 3. by plane for Miami and there as was rcheduled.:! The attractions loans OB their certificates would Arnold Key, Robert T. Russell, One newcomer to the renate ob-
the present upland and the piers : I II : it is served ruefully that when he took
entrained for Staunton. Va., to will open tomorrow night, Valter Vinson! George E. Saund-
render our city along educationallines. constructed adjacent and around i I _. I Ir I t receive an average of approximately ,
I r visit his daughter. Miss Ruth stated.: i cr3, Fred Key, Mark Plummer, his oath! of office, one of his!

the slips. Material\ be dredged from in ;; Funeral fervices for Mrs. Fannie Rose, student at Mary BaldwinCollege. !! While most of the equipmentand $500. Statistician. of theveterans t I Omer Perez William McKillip,! friends: congratulated him with
the slips will deposited on or .1 people of the arrived 'Sr., Charles C. Ingraham, Paul L. ,
\ I .company administration have ther W.'fW -
Grossman. lJO; old. were $;.::J. a sue-rn.-
words hereviewed the piers.It I'I ... .
In a few appropriate From he to Philadelphia teiday it was.eaid. there werea -- Archer. HarrYV'Skwier'E.. A: '
Jhje went ye
is not proposed to hold' a public held jerterday_afternoon 3 o'clock : figured that individual payment ber of the senate" lib reply waa-
exhibition! with"appamtu5 ,
the four-day : I for treatment for an attack -: number of trucks Ramsey Theodore Lowe. -
but from the home Division street.Rabbi I I i
hearing application anyone on ,
musical from which he rod other essentials which did not of This venire was made returnable made some time later as follows:
,after which, between to protest the work : Phillip Kristal, of the of laryngitis would range from a minimum
is rapidly recuperating. I arrive in time for the opening.TODAY'S at :3 o'clock this afternoon. i"My heaven, what a friend!"
numbers, Ed Gray of The Key from a standpoint of interference R'Nai Zion Synagogue officiat I about $62 to a maximum of $1- I The docket sounded and
was i Too Much Politics
in excellent with effect on navigation, : ing. I -- --- - - --
West Citizen, an or - -- .
cases set or disposed of follows:
as *
speech, presented: the award to should submit such protests in 1 Lopez Funeral Home was in I J592. Sam Bloom selling liquor with 1 There are many reasons ad-.

to the engineer office in ![ A of the veterans I vanccd for the
writing I charge of arrangements.Mrs. I large majority present state of
the winner of the essay contest. out a license passed for the pres-
Jacksonville or the sub office in I \ Grossman died during the l WEATHER ) ;< of the world war have bor- ent. i things
This contest was sponsored Miami. I early morning hours, and was ;! : towed from the government on!! John Strawn asrault with intent -: One frequently heard is that: too

The Citizen, and the topic was found by her son-in-law and daughter !I their certificates, most of the to murder.. nn.___.!:,_.,1_ _tnr__ tho n'_ members of
"Why I Would Like to Start a BIG DIPPETGOING when they returned from a,; Temperature Floiida: Mostly cloudy, probably loans amounting to the full 50 pre ent. |; many congress are

Stamp Collection." I dance, it was aid. She was Highest . .__....__80 I occasional light ain in ex- per cent allowed under the law Aithur Thompson, arson, nol playing politics and the vote in the

George Collins, of 1408 Olivia : kneeling by her beside with her Lowest .__. __.....m.. ............__...74 ..( :,. I i enacted in February, 1931, over prossed. County Solicitor Aquilino!I senate -on the "prevailing wage"
DIPPY FROM PULLASFORCESTWISTIT head rerting on her hands. I Mean ... ..... . .. . 77 "/ \ (4.v.'t1: .; : the veto of President Hoover. Up'to Lopez asked l that this case be ccn-'': amendment to the five-billion-
begin- '''' ' \ l J : .fj;
itreet is the winner of a Survivors are daughter ::: : ::::: :: I j Ii 1 ; ; \ November 30 las.t, certificates
one Normal Mean .......' :::: - 72 "' ::' J tinued, which was refused by the dollar work relief plan is cited
ner's bUmp album and 150 different Mrs. Esther Grossman Parks; t I.. \ 1 had been issued: 3,529,000 veterans -' that he did
court. Mr. raid ;;
Rainfall stamps. lie read his: essayto three brothers Dave and Jake I ,,,1"'U4J' I t:..\. ,-; .. :3,012,550: of whom had obtained not have sufficient evidence to! place blame 'on i're.iident i. "-
Valla- I Aronovitz of Key West end Morri \ Yesterd /'s Precipitation T. Ins. \ ; #> ' loans aggregating $1,701.- Roosevelt They say his failure ..
the audience. Mrs. L. J"; ; warrant him going to trial on this
.... Ins.
: Aronovitz of Brooklyn. Normal Precipitation .03 211251. I; to indicate clearly the! bills he
LIP WILL NOT POINT / matter at this term of court. Aft-
dares and Edwin Cerkowitz received 21-hour pirI..JedI.g :
for Besides the Key WeFt membersof << I Thl' at record M" .Vlurk eavers..... murnlnic.Tomorrow' /1J'{} 1 f ', Ib Bill Backed By Legion i i er some discussion relative to the ,' does and does not want or what
honorable mention STAK: IN FEW THOUSAND and friends attending ( \". "II I.\ I '
NORTH the family The bill, introduced by Representative -
Almanac ( [? car*; with the bench Mr. Lopez modifications: would be acceptable
their entries. services, four nephews, ( J,1'! I Fred M'. Vinson of
Prize MORE YEARS IT IS the J"Sun rises .........-.......... 6:39 a.n.. "' (7 I I" I..lfl. .. moved that the case te nol pros':fed'' to him. causes confusion' in the'minds
Convent Sisters Given Dr. Samuel Aronovitz. Attorney! ", ,,, Kentucky is the American I.eRion's -
l\Iorri. : Sun rets ......- 6:35; p. m. '. ,,r., I...., ._ ., I and it was so ordered. i t of admini-4ration'' leaders
announced Abe Aronovitz Jake and \ It specifies that
The piesident then I STATED j Moon rises ................12:13 p. m. Mostly Cloudy uas.s measure. John Gerbcrt, fishing without
that the grand prize for the best _. i Aronovitz, of Miami arrived to Moon sets 1:35 a. m. 1 I interest owed by the veterans on a license passed for the present.j on capitol hill, and laankjnisjhildcrstandings. ,,..

com exhibit awarded to the By E. H. TIPTON !I attend. *i I' .... trcmcTuesday noit.'port, iaess.teadht t.ndI these loans be cancelled and that John J. Cunningham and Robert -'t -'i..1 I "w' 'stim1,

was i (ll> AkKM-lalrd Irrs.) ] Tomorrow'' Tides. I and ui. south and centralportins interest already ftlicPonl&e })iJfi\O's i Oswald, intoxication, passed. I I .
: I )Olr.. Roosevelt, htowevcr/appWars.
Sisters of the Convent of Mary 'pj[ NMM
PASADENA: Calif. March 11. A.M. refunded by tnl1a AI
mild Vickers offering liquor
I \ Tuesday; tempeta. Hugh !
Immaculate. The grand prize is -The Big Dipper is being bent CROSSARMONPOLEBURNED! High .A'''.". "" "3:35: : the ;Jhe; bonus ;i :Content- remiin culm ovcV (ho
: bODUI-4f
: :f; \ : : itu'rc followed by colder Tuesday. for sale without having a proper j ' ; '" '
\ : ' l '
a mint set of the United States out of shape, like haywire. j I IL.owL __--:::::::-''':.. :. 11:35' ,night:! :!:1 I It I 1 b ' c d b'. n&-.rentativc license nol prossed. 1 I rituation.l lot"f:, ., 'l

National I Park i i issue postage The forces of the universe! j .Barometer at ,8 a. m. today: .. 1 t Jackwihv'illc! to :"Florida f'I': .Straits\ !! : \\ '!tt'ftinan oTl'exas deduct .Curtis: Darrell, entering with intention -] I ,; "*Back-Scratcl>ing', .s"s,

htamps attractively mounted in a which keep ftars in motion are''t' :r Sea ''level. ,. :30.Qq"I", I . Ilncrcasing southeaia''! ) > south front the face rataa' of the cer- of committing a misdemeanor -,r 'Thcrlegislative' : game U on'of'the

frame. Honorable mention was turning the lip of the dipper down. '. :. --..." '\tindi becoming'frcJn and overcast tjficates). tht ,!pffi est.on tho, 10""$ set for Thursday*. I' trickiest ones known. Intrigue

awarded to George F. Archer. Within a few thousand years this! FIRE ALARM SOUNDED SATURDAY 1 "t; Lowest Highest 'wester ton) ftt: and TUel; w hldi'accruc'd' prior' to October William Wiikincon, aggravated plays a tremendous part Oftep it

Charles Lowe Aaron McConnell' lip no longer will point' to the Station- Last Night Yesterday :I day. occasional rain Tuesday. ,,1,1931. assaultset. for Wednesday.Federica : :'resolves itself into simply the old

and Mrs. J. S. Golden. North Star. I NIGHT FROM Abilene .. 50 82 I East Gulf: Fresh southeast and i Compensation for individual Suarez, using profane I I practice known as backscratching. -

Vice President Arthur M. \ A similar' movement of stars al-\]\ Atlanta ..-... 44 52 I routh winds, probably rtrong at : veterans is computed on the Lasts language fet; for Tuesday. : .

Brown then announced that by so is bending down part of BOX 22 Boston ... 38 44 time over northwest portion to- of number of days in service with Edclmiro Carpenlier aggravated -. Frequently a measure is per
decision of the handle. Within 200,000 years, as.. I I to Tues base credit figured at $1.25 a day assault set for Friday. ,
the \inting public. : I I Buffalo 34 42 night, shifting westerly. I I mitted to pass! one house and
grand prize for the best stamp entry tronomers estimate the cup of the I I 'a Charleston ........ GO 70 day. I for overseas duty and $1 a day F. E. Nobes:!, grand .larceny, blocked in another. Then always

was awarded to Margaret dipper will become the handle the ;!: An alarm of fire Saturday night'1( Chicago 32 50 .. I for home service. The bonus law passed for the present. ; there' are the carefully laid plans

Zinaida. Edle und Freie von :Mietk- ;'; present hadle the cup, and the from Box 22 at Southard and i Denver 22 38 WEATHER CONDITIONS I imposes limitations on base Peter Freeman, assault and battery -I of the bosses to refashion a measure -

hon whole will upside down. I Thomas streets summoned apparatus '' credits, $625 for overseas and II set for Tuesday.ViolaKnowles I
Liuba. She also received an appear I t {Detroit .: 32 48 !. I to their own liking in conCert -
orable mention in accordance with Astronomers at the Carncjrie to extinguish a burning (Galveston 64 70 A disturbance fa central this $500 for home service.To I I assault and battery t .

the number of votes for her exhibits. Institute's Mount Wilson Observatory crossbar on an electric light pole.It havana ..", 70 ). morning over the lower St. Lawrence the base credit i is added 25 I tet for Thursday. i| Probably that's the real reason

The grand prize is the have been interested in a "ingle -: was necessary to use only the Huron ._........... 20 34 I Valley, Erstport !Ip.. 29.72 per cent-a premium, for defer- Amelia: Daisy Hyde Camus, as-!' the president flatly has dto.VashinJtton

1935 edition' of the "Standard) star of the dipper, Mizar (or chemical pump and the fire was I Jacksonville ...... 62 72 I incher, with a trough of low pressure -: red payment of the bonusandthe lault and battery, set for Wednes- newspapermen and

Postage -Stamp Catalogue," which Zeta), the second from the end of i quickly subdued. I Kansas City..... 34 52 extending southwestward to : sum of the two constitute day. others (with a hint of impatience,

lists all known stamps ever issued! the handle. It is a ""binary" or: KEY WEST ... 74 80 i I another disturbance over. southeastern -, gross credit. The maturity or I i incidentally) they must not expect

by any government in the world. '', double star-two stars so close together j I LARGE NUMBER Little Rock ...!.. 68 74 j Texas, Corpus Christi!, face value of the certificate is the : him to comment in advance
Gorgeous Spanish Stamps j I that they appear as one toI I Los Angeles ...... 44 66 29.60:) inches; while pressure is. amount of\20 jjear endowment, i jnsuranc BISHOP on proposed legislation. ,-

It he the naked eje. .\: 'Louisville ...-...... 52 5GMiami I moderately high off the south Atlantic .- jitUthuKe\ friss! fre dit can I There'll be time enough for talk
may of interest to thc .
who ,; - --- ARRIVE SUNDAYAnother ..- ............ 72 74 coast Jacksonville, Fla, ; purchaevTjasCl'x on"a .single net VISITING HERE when a'measure has run its course
public voted ;
to learn that the'
CUBA BRINGS IN Minneapolis ...... 18 34 30.16 inches, and a high pressure : premium and dependent on the through congress and gone to 1COO
prize-winning frame was No. 3S. !I.New Orleans .... 70 78 area over:rre&.Js the far west.' t age of the veteran at the time '., I Pennsylvania avenue for his sig
It showed Dur-
two pages o( gorgeous he'applied' Th Reverend John
excurEiOnistSartivcd New York ._..... 46 48 Salt Lake City. Utah. 30.38 inch for the policy. 'night :nature.
!, crowd of ; of j
Spanish stamps and a third bin S. T. D., Bishop .
page 90 Period Wing.
PASSENGERS Would Extend Application
been : I
I whilein Pensacola ........_ 62 66 I es. Rains have general
of j i yesterday1 fpend.a West visi-
Nyassa stamps all unused. Key'
I ing the last 24 hours from dur-'j' It is estimated that about 250-:; South Florida, is a I
By the number of votes cast.! I the city'and vivw' the many interesting Pittsburgh _._ 48 52 I made tor for his annual visitation of __-m
I St. Louis .. zona and western Texas northe 000 veerans have not application -
an honorable mention was award-) ] sights. _._ :S8"; :54; for certifi Saint Paul's Church and SaintPeter' PALACEI
HIRTY-FIVE' 1 ward the eastern Lake compensation
over '
SHIP TAKES on Lake City.24 36 : region
eto' VLe President Arthur., L.J i*. I' There were 521 passengers and north Atlantic ',cates. Under the present law the Church. .
; San Francisco 46 58 i states. Heffner, Vinson Players in \
PresEi the train. most of: them returningin I
Brown Bernard J. Cruz will administer the
lent ,! PASSENGERS ON OUTGOING II the afternoon, others remainedover Seattle ..........._ 40 48 ''I being heavy in the Ohio Valley !!.: period for filing applications has The bishop I THE IT GIRL ".
von Mietk-Liuba. Lauriette of Confirmation at
I Louisville Ky.. expired, but the Vinson bill extends Sacrament
_..... 80 reporting 2.52
this fternoon while Tampa 62 I
Cleora Sawyer, Secretary-Treas-;, TRIP I to leave I until Saint Peter's Church tonight at Jessie Matthew, in, ;
inches. Temperatures have fallen that period .January
Washington ...._ 48 54 .
for extended -
urer Everett L. Sawyer. I I quite a few came more The service will J
]: o'clock. conclude EVERGREEN3l&
Williston2 16 in the upper Mississippi! Valley,I 2, 1940, while the Patman measure 7:30 ;
of the<< P. and visits.
Steamship Cuba.
The president expressed his : and in the PlainsStatesand western places no time limit on the, makingof : with Benediction of the Hoar Show to.ight. Come
thanks to all who had helped to O. S. S. company arrived Saturday I Sacrament
with \I WEATHER FORECAST and central Texas, with { applications. Most Blessed early and see the whole hoW'i
make this exhibition a success and afternoon from Havana Real Silk ing: at El Paso and two de ren-I I Representative Patman has pre Tomorrow night, Tuesday. starts 7 p. 'in. No advance in \
rtated that it is to be made 5D first class three Hosiery administer
passengers will
an annual -i i, I table March 12. the bishop -
West 27 (Till 8 p. m.. Tuesday) low zero at Williston ND.. ; while pared a showing the price5-15-2:
second class for Key
event. i I Key We t and Vicinity: Mostly abnormally warm weather prevails amount that would go to the i the Sacrament of Confirmation Mati __(pict-re only)' j
class I F
class and second Co.l
The first annual Kt'y't' first one Is now in town for I in Saint Paul's
and preach
l J cloudy tonight and Tuesday; occasional -:: in most eastern and southeastern various states o'y the payment of Also Serial and :Short Keel
Stamp and Coin Exhibition was for Tampa. I SALES: AND I : adjusted service certificate less Chereh, the urviee beginntg at 10-15c t
not districts. MATINEE
rain Tuesday :
then closed by the president and The ship sailed C:30:: o'clock for. Phone 705 ColoaUl light ; :30, o'clock and concluding with
(much change in temperature; G. S. KENNEDY, outstanding loan and interest on :,7
andI l
the 1 with 35 passengers and ,
the Tampa
Convcst Orchestra played Today Tuesday *Benediction.
I 1 1 I fresh southeast and south winds. Official In Charge. the loans. : -. '
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A TRANSITIONAL STAGE f if you can afford to live that much e..e........s..........sToday's er, born in Howard Co., Md. Died
Obt iit SBesi U .
t 4 longer .June 4, 1906.(

PnblUhed Dally Except Sunday By Walter Dill Scott president of North N : 1849-Eliza Jane Nicholson,
L. P.ABTIL&. ..n....... western University, the l largest Methodist I ey D&.J DAYSGONE Before a'mere handful of fans Anniversaries.. I pioneer woman journalist of the

From The Citizen Budding institution of learning, recently discussedthe flTt1 I Happening Here Just 10 Year the! Married Men's team of basketball ........................ I Sooth, New Orleans newspaper
Corner Greene and Ann Street Ago Today Ac Taken From players brought their official 1544-Torquato Tasso Italian publisher and poetess, born in
indifference to religion which is apparent schedule to a close last night by Hancock Co., Miss. Died Feb.
The File Of The Citizen
poet, born. Died 2i 1595.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe among present-day college students ': Planning"PLAN I defeating the Cuban Y. M. C. A.pla.ers April II 15, 1896.:
County. i by a score of 25 to 11. -
and graduates. He frankly admitted thatIthe !
Entered: at Key West, Florida, aa second class matter YOUR GARDEN-: la J Carpenters are at work today The champions of Cuba were in 1731-Robert Treat Paine. I l&6o-Thomu Hastings one of
college had encouraged the material I sterotyped advice bat always i rebuilding the Curry Aquariumand excellent shape and played well(I Massachusetts lawyer, patriot the foremost architects of his day,
FIFTV-SI\TII: 1RAHMrmWr viewpoint and said: good. A plan on paper economizes while this work i is! being carried hut the local team was. in tip top signer of the independence, jurist \ f born in New York. Died near
of th. Au...UI.4 Pre.. time and effort and youdon't I on the exhibits are being keptin condition and overwhelmed the I born in Boston. Died there,. there, Oct. 22. 1929.1890harry .
!7be Associated Presa la xcluaivey entitled to UII. "Science started the trouble. We have to atop suddenly to
figure! what to do where to put ears. There are a number of isitors. May 11, 1814. i
.r republlcatlun of all news dispatcnes credited tIt : or I I I ,..
or not otherwise credited In tnls paper and al.! taught our youth the scientific history of j t this or that. rarely beautiful fish in the collection -I l;. Witwer, noted
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the local news published Ile u., mankind which upset their religious I some of which will be..hard 1785-(150( John humorist and short-story writer,
years alto)
I I IF YOU planned your garden last I to replace in the event they should I I Arthur A. WiniM. ons of the I McLean, Ohio lawer. I torn at Athens, Pa. Died in Los
EDITORIAL training, and we gave them nothing to year reverse It this year If It ''foremort' of thevorld's food experts congressman -
will die and for this reason great: care? |I Angeles! Aup. 9, 1929.
proved successful This give > jurist, postmaster-general.
)))1NATIONAL .. I 9.3 5 replace their old tools before we had I you a rotation and the same! crops I Iwon't I was taken of them while being]I gave a demonstration crowd at th of?,Justice of the U. S. Supreme t
Tip Top Bakery a
developed the'new. occupy the same ground I changed from the tanks to the I r Court from 1829 to 18G1, born in
StIISCIIIITlOV PLATES I two years in. succession.. . I cars. The popularity of. the aqua-.women numbering more than 200. Morris Co.. N. J. Died in Cincinnati -' Pirates Cove fishing Camp
One Year _,. ... .. _...$10.00 "In the early days there were certain ,rium has been demonstrated by1 Cake making and baking was the: .
f-tx Month .__...... _... .0.0* I WHILE the pruning of shade or I idea of Mr. Winters' demonstration April 4, 1861.
Three Months .. _..__---.--...._.- ISO fixed rules which governed life. This shalt other trees should be completed I the hundreds of visitors who daily;, while the ingredients Pirate CAT. Florida
One Month .81 thou do and this thou shalt not do. 'Today before the sap begins to run still ,went to the tanks and hundreds of and mixing I : 20 Miles From Key West on
.n Mr. Winters talked interestingly 1812-Tames
Weekly dead limbs should be taken off others have been disappointed to Speed, Kentucky,.
ADV IITHI.\G PLATES these rules are all topsy-turvy. We are ina whenever possible regardless of 'learn that the fish are not to be]i t i of the proper method of lawyer and intimate friend of: the Overseas Highway

Made known on application. transitional stage. We can't teach our t the season.. . seen during the repair activities to1 mixing and blending the ingredients Lincoln appointed by Lincoln'! SWIMMING POOL
SPECIAL NOTICE I to obtain perfect results. Attorney-General in '64. born in! FINE CUISINE
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolutions of students any one set of rules, because wedon't 'SHRUBS that flower! late should !the tanks. Jefferson I
I -- Co., Ky. Died June 25, First date AccoaunodatUa
rrrpect. rMtuary notices etc, will be charred for at in the early Spring. I
ti.o rate of 19 cents a line.Xoticvs know what they are ourselves." Early flowering! shrubs should be 1' 1887. II Write or Telephone for
for entertainments by churches from wblckI pruned after they have flowered.! Yesterday it "rained" booze I The Commandant of the Sev-
revenue la to be derived ar. 6 cents a line. Dr. Scott then defined the new reli- . . the windows of the enth Naval District has been advised Reservations\
The Clllten l I. an open forum and Invites discus I'I from county 1839-Arthur P. Gorman
u.l .i, of public Unra and nubjects of local or general gion as not being confined to any sect or > A GARDEN Is an educator a developer court house! following an order by I> from Washington that a si- land canal 318ry-1 Rates; $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day
Interest but It will not publish nonymous communUutiona. of character and a Harris that lot of contraband i, lent period for the naval radio company American Plan
dogma but the broad science of living Judge a -
a* S. Senator
builder of health. It is profitable and Democratic :" -
I which had been ; !station at Key West has been au
and Is a source of pleasure not : captured wagto I
with fellowmen and' them r
our only to the gardener but to many i. ; be destroyed. high grade whiskey -I thorized. The silent period will be
happier and better. others. Kinds[from 8 to 10 o'clock each evening.
CITIZEN aguardiente and other
TilE KEY WEST . e 1 l 'This will end all interference with =r611.A IIIIIII.4TIII II
I Speaking of 'the lack of religious of intoxicating beverages were
'reception on private radios in the
of being poured from
disposed by !
I I WILL always seek the truth,and print it i education in the home, he said: "Parentsare t is mentals.always Simplicity based upon and two natural-funda- I the bottles in full view of hun-"city. I

(without fear: and without favor; never be not educating their children religiously ness. without There must monotony.also be har- !I dreds of spectators. i"I I II Better Light-BetterSfuht't '

(afraid to attack wrong or to applaud right; as they did a generation ago, because theydo i\ mony S 'S . r ---:- There will be a banquet given
VISIT the flower ehowo. You will Monroe by the Elks lodge of Key Weston .
fight for never be the organ not know what to teach them. :The: 1 Freeholders in county
[always \: progress; ; be able to see many of the newI Saturday evening in honor ol
will tomorrow vote on the 2650. ,
the mouthpiece of clique parents themselves do not know what they I annuals actually In tlower.I J y J '
or ,
any person 000 bond proposition and regardless the Grand Exalted Ruler who will I
faction or class; ; always do its utmost for the believe. We are in a transitional stage." 'SHRUBS} and Evergreens. used of the feeling of certainty! visit the local lodge on that date,' down ''Si;
public welfare; never tolerate corruption or The substance of Dr. Scott's con- Ito 1 be used to cover or hide a that is entertained by the people', 25 AJ
foundation. Nowadays with the of West to the outcome C'f' C
Key as
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; clusions is that ultimately the old creeds J i improved, appearance of foundations voter 1 per monthInstalls
the election, every qualified ]
shrubbery Is used to em- Over-Sea Hotel
commend good done by individual or organ- will be abandoned to a great extent, in 1 phasize the attractiveness and should go to the polls tomorrow''''

ization; tolerant of others' rights views and view of the revelations of modern science. much more sparingly than when and vote. The idea h to have. one complete with a duplex
involved in the used to cover.. . of the greatest majorities: cvor1ca I 917 outlet bulb the S
opinions; print only news that will elevate The progress developmentof .. and 60 watt
ROOM running water
!'t on an issue result' tomorrow: ,
and not contaminate the reader never com- a new and rational religion is what he overlook IN YOUR the seed new varieties.order do The not and it is the feeling of practically I ROOM with bath 1.50 famous PIN-IT-UP LAMP.IT SS

promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS describes as "a transitional stage." novelties of this year will be every one that the greater the WEEKLY RATES
standard varieties two three the the
of voters
or number greater
from now. I Newly Renovated CAN BE PINNED UP ANYWHERE
GOVERNMENT SALARIES years:: . . majority. i I New Equipment

BUY GOOD SEED. It la the I New Management
FOR KEY WEST smallest part of the cost of your ,]I -Also-
Editorial Comment: By observing ANYWHERE
garden and yet the most Important -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Some interesting facts respecting the add
for poor seed takes up just all health rules you may NO CLEANER HOTEL
early salaries of high government officialsare as much room takes the same twenty years ,to jour life that is,!! .. down

amount of time and effort and _. '
in which - -
given recent publication, - --- - 25c S
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1. Water and Sewerage. utttritlon.: The saving of a few And
notes that Washington's salary of $25,000a cents: will often cut the results In CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF monthInstalls
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- Lilt per
year was the pay of all Presidents until THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

1873, when an increase to $50,000 was ........................ KEY WEST complete the wonderful W
3. Free Port. as at the close of Laciness December 31, 1934
made. In 1909 the present salary of $75- '
4. Hotels and Apartments. 000 was authorized by Congress. Historya VS
t ............. RESOURCESLoan'and
5. Bathing Pavilion. Cabinet officers in the early days Investments ._. $ S05.639.43! .
6. Airports-Land and Sea. received what would be considered very 1702-First issue of the Daily Overdrafts _.__......_. 71.61 See any' of our employees regarding these ,m
Courant, first English daily, a Banking House Furniture '
7. Consolidation of County and City meager pay today. Thomas Jefferson drew small sheet printed on one side and Fixtures __ 33,082.33 lamps, or see them on display at our display S

Governments. only $3,500 a year as secretary of state; only and devoted entirely to for- Bonds of States and Pos- room. i
sessions of the United S
eign news.
Alexander Hamilton drew the same as States _.._ 139,370.68
-- ----'-' secretary of the treasury; General Knox, Other Bonds! and Securities, 74,204.03
Did you listen to the hooey of Huey 1794-Congress authorizes first Stock of the Federal Re- .
the first secretary of war, received but I This Offer
and Hugh? warship for U. S. Navy-forts on serve Bank _.-"- 6000.00 I Special
$3,000 and the attorney-general had a Lake Erie still held by BrituhrolUiers Temporary Federal De- '
Insurance fund 1,9$4.04 i
part-time job with little pay. These four and American ships seiz-.
The people of Key West have given United States Government LimitedtoAprill

their stamp of approval on the first stamp were the only cabinet officers from. 1789to ed on their way to French port and Obligations fully guaranteed direct -- I

exhibition ever held in this city.It 1799. .u.u....._.+, ...$832.7 44.73
Members of Congress received no 1R32-Historic Wyeth Com- Cash arul due from Banks 495,168.97 1.327,913.7 GET YOUR LAMP TODAY
pany left Boston to found a colonyin
makes people laugh to hear one regular yearly' salary in the early days Oregon. 1888235.79

dead-beat accusing ;another dead-beat, the but wire paid $G a day when actually I I LIABILITIES S

pot calling the kettle black. It is to laugh. attending sessions. In 1816 a salary of 1917-Revolutionary movem..ntbegan Capital Surplus-and_ Undivided. _.._ ..Profits. ___- 100,000.00 55,007.4: The Key West Electric Co.J'if'II.I'4TIII.I".II.1II

$1,500 a year was provided but this was in Russia day before Douma Circulation .. .100,000.01\ .
met in defiance of Czar. Deposits ___, :_,_ 1.633.228.37
The :Miami Herald is running an "also repealed the following year and $8 a day - a

ran" picture of notables visiting the Magic\ for actual service was established their 188235.79 ];

City. These have to take a back seat in compensation. In 1856 the pay of members 1918-President Wilson's message -: .
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to Soviets expressed sympathy
"We Have With Us Today," who get front of Congress; was fixed at $3,000;;, jo., with Russian people! -we,then. t'"IIIIIII I.4TIIIIIIIIIII.4trJTIII..IIIIII'I I

page notice. 1866 at $5,000;, in 1875''' at $7.500, and'm'' rejoiced% that Cur om ...was overthrown ,\,
1. and unawar "%f'vhat/wts 4 :. .It i I
1925 at $10,000. ; tJ'\4$ *

Some, of these holier than thou, Leading movie stars, prizefighter- *;;, v to follow.:, ; ; *5Ul931 :.

hypocritical religionists could_ improve baseball sluggers and columnists_ ,would ',; ., ,': IIouse of ,":Commons' hat< .\ SE NSATIONAL PRICE ,

their character at least to some extent by sniff at all these salaries,texcept ,that ,of ': introduced' measure' 1.tqyagfsh : ; ? " .

observing the Biblical injunction, "Love the President, and many oMthem. make J they British ,Navy and .
Hous"voted'''not,to. ,,15*.4o 1U'' 61
thy neighbor as thyself." even if they do not earn, much more thanis t' Glassbake Cooking Ware e

paid the nation's chief executive. Subscribe to The Citizen.

The newly appointed postmaster of BENJAMIN LOPEZ

:Miami looks like Groucho :Marx, but is a RUSTING MENA FUNERAL HOME S

fine fellow as all who have had any business Established 49 Yars ,, . : t

dealings with him will testify. This police judge, dismayed by the endless Key West's Oldest : I '

time Representative J. Mark Wilcox will procession of idle men appearing in 24-Hoar Ambmlanc* :Service
Ue..aed EaabIm
not be criticised for his zeal in putting overa his court for intoxication, suggests that Pb... 135 Nictt ....W .

former fellow Georgian. their wives make them do the houseworkon J'
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alternate days to give them somethingto r 'MUNSON ISLANDFISHING

Key West's winter literary colony occupy their minds. CAMP '. S

keeps about a constant level with arrivals "The pitiful part i is," he says, "that Operated by R. M.Coast Ellison
Best Fishing on
matching departures for the north. Recently I these men have quit lost their pride, look Guides and Boats Available

departed writers are :Mrs. E. D. Sud- I forward to nothing but a drink;, and with Sea Food-Fishing
low and strain at home it is BoatingBathingWrite :C- \\ >,
Beverly Smith who were doing I so much poverty and for Reservation Po '-= .1
Key West rehabilitation articles for the not surprising that we get the volume of Office Ramrod Key

Saturday Evening Post and the American cases we do. Given employment many of Accessible. by Rail or Auto to

magazine, respectively. Elmer Davis, for- them would let liquor alone; and it wouldbe Camp. Ramrod Boats Meet Key Guests

mer newspaperman and ', for them to get home after
political commentator pleasant Rat*.: $5.00 Per Day-

and well known writer of short work." American PU

stories and fiction books, is finishing a Key The real remedy this judge recognizes -I

West assignment for Harpers. Mildred is employment. "The agitator's cry CASA MARINAKey 9

Harris is writing an experiment up for I against 'forced work' by men on relief is West's Hotel D. Lu

New Yorker. Ernest [ : :
Hemingway John psychologically wrong. American Plan

Dos Passos, Hutchins Hapgood and the The most tragic thing in this country 200 Dcliclttfml R..i.*. slash ,

old Italian anarchist Carlo Tresca have all today is the millions of good men rusting with Privti Bath Co.
South Florida Contracting Engineering
been there recently and some are there physically, mentally and morally from Evening Dinner _-- $2.00 t

......... i
Luncheon _.:.... .. 1.50
now. Mrs. Eugene O'Neill was there not lack of work. So great is this deterioration -
Afternoon Tea _-,,-- .50 Phone 598 White aad Elka Street
so long ago, and Key West at present that countless skilled workers have or a la Cart I I .

boasts a famous literary visitor who has lost their skill and if they are to get jobs Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with "Your.home is worthy of the best" 1

threatened to "leave without notice" as again must be retained for their old work. Casino )

soon as his name gets in print.-Whirligig The United States Senate might learn Masseur in Attendance

in :Miami News something! from this! police judge, PETER SCHUTT, Mgr. .I. .I"'il'.I.'.I.1! Il .lII.I.I.l 'j

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I CO. AT PALACE :I i Classified. Column

'f'NPSIS: T*. U..'.." Ride They sat on their heels and I STOCK COMPANY WILL PRE- PERSONALS i FOR SALE
'!'d Crotker Patfunl meet Kotita
molted, not elgarets. but fat cigars: .
OK ft* edtf* ol tkt Valley of .
Itrad They art then to fry Co rave as they watched the caravan ap- I .'" SENT "IT GIRL" AT OPENt t HATTIE: Am still ahead in con-I LEAVING CITY-must sell at
ilr'ft r.fcrts. Kko r proach. once: 2 occasional chairs both
bit l vuirnifxlotit governor of INC PERFORMANCEIn
H '''''11'' trkilt lit and Jlo.talla vertr'tcntftlvg And as the poor wretches saw the I i chewing Double :Mint Gum for $6.50,1 occasional table,
to io la* Church a terv- entrance to their hell on earth and lips and neck line wonderful. I inlaid top matched walnut,
tffa MAM leave the Valley of - - -- I
the head alive, yet Uota and the two attendant demons who Beulah. marll-U $7.00 Singer drop head sewing
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1'''! 1UJ1 expert to cuter U. \ravioIt squatted beside it, such a voice I eveeeeeeeeeeeee* addition to the regular show t
-'n la tratrk tketr horns for WORKERS' STARS DEFEAT | machine. 1000. All new.
them. Thru await the caravan came up out of them as made tbe air .Today's at the Palace, the Heffner-Vinson MISCELLANEOUS Phone 340. marll-ltx
Irtaptng ,Uateo. shedder Stock Company present the "It1 I 'I

One of the women felL Her fall DIVIDE, HONORS ,e..6.aaeSaeaaaeaaeaeee. TROPICAL.TEAM Girl," a societycomedy in three i HEAD the advertisements in The TYPEWRITING PAPER 600
Chapter 33REPENTANCE drew the loop of the chain strangulation 'j acts. Citizen. You will find it a sheets 75c. The Artman Press.
You have hospitable nature i ,
tight about her throat and also a This play was save nearly choked the men who had INDIMHPBALLRECREATION ; with considerable capacity; but AT NAVY FIELD J and Tuesday as this is said to be'i'

HAT'S tbe meaning. la It!" been marching before her and be- are liable to. wander into. various t' one of the best plays written in i: ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED BLANK SALES BOOKS. Now

Montana asked Roslta. ,All the hind. projects that seem to lead back I years. Beatrice LeKoy and Jim-] by authorized radiotrician. lOc each or 3 for 25e at The
Ray aeroM the desert you were not Two of the whip-wielders were Instantly I Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela Phone Citizen .
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afraid on the spot They did not DEPARTMENT Bright .\y\tp the old path. The imag-i i JOE CASA PITCHES SHUTOUT'' mie Heffner head the cast in the : street- Phone 866-J. ,
I feature roles. : Building. octl6
member of
"1 marked all your cataping-apots. waste their time and their strength I WINS FIRST GAME; ADMINISTRATION inatioi}, is greater than the powers! GAME; ONLY ONE PLAYER Every I feb23-ltnox
Where you had dug the trench I lifting! her to her feet Instead they ![ of reasoning. You have ability,[ I I the Heffner have fine parts. |1,! -. PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed
stood wielded their long UNIT VICTORI I. THIRD BASE DUR- used this play WANTED
could find the water. I had an easy i but should seek friends that have' I I cards, $1.25. The Artman
hile I
lashes. The blood came out of her I w on the road last season as
way. body. Montana could see It j OUS IN SECOND I a steady healthy nature, and] ING EXHIBITIONBy \ an opening play. It has made a hit'; WANTED chance to bid on Press ug7

"1 wonder over you. child. said lie buckled his chin down against I i strive to keep your mind! well cenI t I with every audience for which it i i your next printing order. The :MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 800
the friar. its breast and squinted his eyes M I I [ has been played. I Artman Press ang7
I sheets $1.25. The Artman
I lered. I
"Why do you wonder asked the j _._
girl "Has he told you that I sold shut The recreation department and ; >0, ( JOVE) !j On the screen the Palace will b i I BICYCLES Press Citizen Building
him to General Estrada? Has he The poor friar at the same spec- I I administrative department dia- The Acevedo Stars defeated I show Jessie Matthews in "Ever- i,i Jun27tf
acle: covered his face with his ; ninth.., With one out and three !iI
told you that!" I: mondball clubs rplit a doubleheader -; the Tropical yesterday afternoonat I j green. I I WE RENT by the hour Day or
It there were Indian in the girl lands and fell on his knees. I I at the Bayview Park field:' men on bases, :Murray hit a ter the Navy Field. The final, score I.I The Palace will this week Rive :! Week. Repair all makes and I II
Only the girl with her face un
there was Indian In the friar also. moved as stone, remained standing J I Saturday afternoon The retra- !! rific double to center and the was: 7 to 0. a 3 1-2 hour program with no ad- :I paint them with Nu-Enamel. WeI KEY WESTCOLONIAL

He showed It now because he behind the fringe of great boulders I tion department won the first'': bases were cleared of runners Joe Caa was in shape and '| vance in prices. The show starts I I carry a full supply of parts. I HOTEL

opened his mouth In astonishmentand that shielded them from view and game by a 10 tb :3 score. j j ji |i enough to win the game. shut out the boys from the Tropics -:, at 7 o'clock. i:I Agent for the Rollfast Bicycles
put his hand over the gap like i Maximo' Gonzalez and Earl !j b 'ith i and sell them as low as $1.00 I In the the Business
yet gave them loopholes through four <,{!>}xjipni? mj4rechin!1JJ i Center of
1urra'.llit! i I
[l'l ,. safeties\ in
any'red man which to view the procession and Adams'' pitched' Loth -games. (Ion-1!I. ';:thirdbatte. and t .that occured.m, the I TOO OLD. TO. DRIVE. .., I per week. J. L. Stowers Music and Theater District
Ten: thousand 'Jesos-dead of the entrance to the valley. zalez allowed but six hits in the 41 J lfat. A". Roberts; Delaney*rAr lutnrfinkh: 'when,0ohnNavarro, t II Company. janlS-lmo I I

alive-El I' lCied. ad*t>r'j alfre-a Once Rosita turned her bead and i first game and Adams: gave up I Demeritt, Garcia and Griffin bit'*:iil ;led'to 1eft,!.Dfct-f lied'6ut, Joe :I DF.NVER'1ear- I 'mnni I: FIrt CI M-FireproofS -

tall, /wjiojwitjep) ai.great deal. looked curiously) Montana, a long '!I nine.. I ., ...iU. I three safeties in four times at bat.' singled to left wi C "walked" I i it t tbi rity has been fined $10 for, INSTRUCTIONS I I ntibl. Rates

with blue eyes- .nd black hair. Ills long glance. Whatever emotion she The hjtting, stars of this game J Iiithe fieldsWalker niaja an, .thjiba l'hYCl'.eJ\ln"! ) Sn b iel.t ., iricorjipetent driving. The judge .
ways are graceful-and he smiles a may have felt that long side glancewas I. were toez, with ,a single and: ,a'' > "so/tie '..(t Ue- mighty,Casey) 'struck out,f hailed/ down the decision with thei : PIANO-Thorough individual in- COFFEE SHOP V6w'OPEN
great deal! I sold him. Brother Pas- the only evidence she gave of doublef' li t Jwo. times up. Gonzalez, wonderful catches around i second' M. Lopez -YortfJ) :"Wickers' at 'wc-'i i comment! that a man 82 years eld';;' strnction at reasonable rates. I Ii i t

cult, I sold him to a dog-I sold trouble in her mind or her nerves. Cooper ;and; 'F'; tock also hu"\el.:\ } .:I base. Demeritt ManueCarcia'j,:on ..ending the. game i i4 too old to be a safe driver. I Charles Roberts Studio, CIS I Carafe Elevator
II + ,
Urn! to Estrada!" The woman who had fallen got up In the field .A. Roberts, )Ic- I and McCarthy made sensational i iI ,, 1 hitters Casa and I I Margaret street. II Popular Price
The best
The Kid stood from the beating and began to were
up."Don't Kinley and Cooper played a great I| catches that brought them cheers I I' Subscribe to The Citizen. I marl-2-4-6-8-11.13-15x I I
John Navarro, with two singles i
me-don.l forgive scream with her head fallen back on !
come near office boys while 'i and a big hand from' the
game for the specta- .. . ... .
shoulders each in four times at bat. -- - -
mehe! gasped. her ; and that was the !
I McCarthy, Lopez and Matthews tors. Walker. Moreno, Wallace :1:
And she went on In a sort o! soft way she walked on. screeching at In the field A. Acevedo bandied !
starred for the recreation gang. 'I Demeritt and Murray played a'Kreat
chant: "I was going to be a great the sky. her head bobbing up and 'I'I I nine chances no miscues and
R. II. E. in the field.
I Score by innings: : game I i
lady with a carriage and ten servants down with every step.'TilE with
Al Acevedo handled 10 one
Admini-itration | Score by innings: R, II. E.I|,
I'd have rings and bracelets i befloodwinlEed
and necklaces And I sold El Keedto friar was praying. Montana 010 002 0- 3 C 5 Recreation error. [i I

get them. What is the hell for at the knuckles of his fist hard I Recreation 210110202-914 5 Score by innings: R. II. E. i iiTropicals ,' : .

traitors. Brother Pascual* :and fast against his forehead. Only 140 401 x-10 9 3 Administration- i I 000 000 000-0 5 6J 'DOn

t The lean began to roll down her the girl looked on with calm wide I Batteries: Adams and Cooper; 201 201 103-10 1C 5 ,Stars ...... 200 003 llx-7 8 2 ACCEPTING'IMITATIONS
down beside Gonzalez and Walker. Batteries Adams Burnett and : Batteries Salinero and Joe '
lace. The Kid sat her 'I eyes.The : ., : 7"V To ICe the original Davis 100% Pan Paint
and dried the tears with a bandana. Kid saw her at last And a Summary: Errors: Garcia 2, Cooper; Gonzalez and Lewis. ]i Navarro; Casa and Rodriguez. I 116 SUre tO X MADE IN BALTIMORE. ratorriin
"Look." said the friar. "lie for. sort of horror superior to that which Demeritt., Two base hits Wallace hit
I Delaney. Murray. i: Summary: : ;; Summary: Three base : look. for \ Davit 100% Pure Paint ha often ,ken MiKTHEttRDAVlSCa
gives you." had overcome him now straightened Adams, Frohock Wallace; home f Murray; stolen bases: De- Garcia; two base hit: F. Acevedo, I t ya_ _ iaitatcdbutnever 0111.--I"- -.-..-......
"All men are fools." answered the him up. lie went to tbe girl and [ runs: Garcia; two base hits: Lopez. I meritt 2, Lewis 2, McCarthy 2, Casa; stolen bases: A. Acevedo 2, t this Label Davis 100% hn Paiat conform i with "E::::

girl She put her head back on the said. "Roslta. is there anything un- I Delaney Gonzalez, Wallace, Larson Roberts, Murray. Garcia. Mat Rodriguez, Garcia; sacrifice hit: all pure paint Law sad b the only paint ::.=.--

boulder of the Kid and looked upat der the sky that yon really give a ; stolen ba!=e": Lewis t 2, McKinley : thews; bases on ball: Griffin Lar. Rodriguez Garcia; struck out: by QL p that came* a guarantee of purity. .==.==
him from under wet !lashes. "Dy damn about? ; struck out: Adams 4, Gonzalez sen; struck out: Adams 2. Con- Casa 8, by Salinero 9; bases on PAINT
lug loatil do no good 7 she said to She drifted her over his face. For this =;;
eyes Look Guarantee the Label
0; bases on Lallsf Adams 4, zalez; bases on balls: Adams 4, balls: off Salinero 1, off Casa 2; on *
him "What's the death of a creature She took out a good clean white
like handkerchief and the I Gonzalez 2; time of game: 1:00; 'Gonzalez; runs scored: A. Rod- : double play: Al. Acevedo to F. Wt have no CMUMctKM wnk..,.ottttt PwM Mi ft t_i.elJarOVL ,
me? How would It help El wiped away
Keed!" sweat that was coursing over his I umpires: Sanders and Knowles. i, erts 2, Demeritt 3. McCarthy 2, Acevedo; time of game: 2:00; I All ow producu are made by tu in Btkunon u4 oU ,..,-.h Dukn..ty,

"There Is no mountain" exclaimed skin. "About you." she said. "1 usedto In the second game th'e recreation Lewis 2, Wallace 2. Larsen, Griffin umpires: Gonzalez and Aguilar. *** i *>*> BALTIMOREM&

the friar lifting his hands. "that care about being a great rich I department got sweet revenge. Martin Sibila. Delaney, Sal- I The second game was won by I

repentance mill\ not move." lady one day. Now I only care about I It was a s'l'- a\V game and the gadotime; of game: 1:00; umpires the, Tropicals by forfeit. The I G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William ,Streets

"Ay. said the girl "Co away you. All of you. Are you loathingme. I winning run was -scored in the !: Sanders! and Knowles. Sluggers; failed to show up. .

from me. and take El Reed away so Montana?" : _. - --- -- -- _. '". _._._ -. -. -
-- -- -- -
that 1 can repent I'm not repenting "We won't tall ." said the Kid. - - - -

now" "You want me to do more than
r- _
"Ah. child said the simple Pascutl. you and Pascual when I see a woman t '
"you must repent!" beaten. said the girl. "You
"Have 1 two hearts?" she an- want me to shudder and fall In a fir.

S\\frci.: "\t ono moment can 1 repent faint Rut look!" She tapped her

and love him. too?" fingers against the rock before them .
"Shall I go away?"asked the friar. a huge sun-cracked boulder."I '. ,
"Why should you r she asked. "Do am harder than that said Ro
I you think that I'm ashamed of this? sits and smiled at him. For the t
I was never so much-In church!" first time she had spoken words t: +is
This Idea of hers made her beginto that he could believe utterly. And

laugh. She sat up away from yet. instead of wishing her away he .
Montana and began to shake her felt only a guilty sense of Joy. Hard .
head, stone and bard steel-great things "

"Von two have done your poor can be built with them. '

cooking. Hut I have Jerked ,venison When the caravan of the con. '' t ...,: '
and two canteens of fresh water. demned bad reached tbe mouth ot ; :>

Cool water, because I kept the sack the valley the mounted guard from \

In*, wet around them. Now 1 shall the rear came forward and an officer r
cook for you and yon shall see the of the Rurales delivered to one ol

difference Also I have one little the two men from the valley a long
flask of good brandy. You have to paper which the other then read :' b ,

eat and to drink because tomorrow over checking off a list of names v II I.

-* apparently. ,
.. '
After that he walked around the :' BK of 40 million depositors

IN!THE dawn of the next morning line. A fat man he prodded In the fns F'' '' ad there is over'20 billion doUarf on
they saw the dust cloud comingup ribs and lau,hL When he came to
'the road. nrnltfLftore morning the woman who had fallen he deposit in the' United 'Stad? a ''' '.

was far advanced.}ley had sight of :shrugged his shoulders and made a tremendous reserve for the'fituhII'''

the caravan or the damned who gesture of tossing something over, "I'.

were marching U>wardathe Valley bit shoulder. :. :3 I '
of the Dead. Having completed his Inspection Jas af 1th.

There must have been forty men. he took from his belt a wallet out of *
and perhaps ten or a dozen women which he slowly counted shining
; wdI'
Kith a long cattle chain running pieces of money When he had fin ;
from one to one. looped around the lance the Rural recounted the cash vw)7'A
necks. The drivers went up and and burst out In protest )

down the line. Three of them with The man of the valley argued : .andback there
whips and guns guarded the con with fewer words but heavier ones. I'- : . Chesterfield
demned. and In addition there wasa 'It seemed. And presently the debate :

rear guard cf half a dozen Rurales.At ended. The Rurales and the three .
the same time. there came out whip-guards turned their horses - 85
: million dollarsinvested
of the lower mouth of the Valley of and went down the road at a trot I is more than

the Dead a pair of men naked to the soon lost behind the dust of their
waist In short own.raising. '
wide-flaring trousers -
with red sashes about their The two men of the valley examined 1' ; :
the string of prisoners I < in11id ripe tobacco.

hips.They had on their heads straw again. And when one of them came ci / / .
sombreros with great brims broader to the same unlucky woman who had ,1

than their shoulders. But even BO, fallen in the grip of the chain be I
those shoulders were sun-blackened. struck her suddenly behind the milder better taste

Their legs were bare from the kneeto knees and sent her down with a \ : f 11 for .

the sandals they wore. short strangled screech. \ -
They were not Indians. They The Kid drew a gun. but the girl e.- f

must therefore be a pair of the beside him caught his hand.

precious devils Incarnate who superIntended ICopyrlpht IJJJ;J. Harper t Brother
for >: : .- :' < = Because you cannot.' make of ageing makes these tobaccos
Juan-Silea, the Immediate ..:. ::- {.'ei
Tomorrow, Montana .. :
tag a
affairs of his hell bloody floht. : r >::. : : .: :.... ,a;: :.: :' a : 'R- Y. a good cigarette from just one milder and .naturally sweeter.

-- -- ;. .., there today 4H Think what this means-an
'.J ::' ,..:.A., : : year's crop are

-\ -' : .:.-,.. :. : '" w ... .-..: miles of warehouses filled with eighty-fv& million dollar reason

P & 0 STEAMSHIP Co. I I' I;t '. cigarette tobaccos from the why men and women who

ro of 1931323334mostf smoke Chesterfields will always
,MAIL ROUTES FOR 'w_' crops .

PORT TAMPA_HAVANA-WEST INDIES 'II r :,....i--r.;,, . -' :*:. of f it for Chesterfield cigarettes. enjoy a milder better-tasting

Effect! April 27. 1933 I. : :
Leave Key<< West<< for Havana Tuesdays and Fridays 12IC: f Just as money accumulates cigarette.
I'. M. I :
Lave "ava a for Key West Wednesday and Saturdays I fit,00x ._ yv .,.p. interest two and a half years LIGGETT> & MYES TOBACCO Co.
9:00 A. 4.Leave.

Key West for Port Tampa Wednesdays and Satur- ; --
days 6:30 P. M.TickU. .I:14j . : > '
Reservations sad Information at Ticket Office oa &. .

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.........................*..... yesterday morning for
PERSONAL i iT .N..1 Va., where she will spend Roanoke'l Today's Birthdays
with her father and other rela-,
:x: SOCIETY : 'r : ......................................... .tives.. ...............-... o...

Bethel sheriffat Roland S. Morris of Philadelphia -
Gwynn deputy :Marvin Walker editor of The
Matecumbe: 'who was in the Florida Grower, who was in Key :Mrs. Walter Kemp, who was lawyer and professor of international
Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress city for a short stay with his West for two days, left Saturdaywith spending a while in Miami with law, ex-ambassador to

'PHONE 752-J family, left yesterday afternoon. :Mrs. Walker for Tampa. relatives, returned yesterday. Japan, president of the Amer.
Philosophical Soc., born at Olym-
................................................. While here they were guests of George Peacon was an arrival pia, Wash., 61
Dr. Samuel Aronovitz, AttorneyAbe Mr. and Mrs. Julian Langner at yesterday from Miami to join Mrs. years ago.

Order Eastern Star Officers Jack Aronovitz Aronovitz, Morris arrived Aronovitzand 529 Caroline street. Peacon and with her leave. in the Whiting Williams of Cleveland, .
yes- \ afternoon for Miami. author and authority on labor
EntertainedKey terday from Miami to attend the Dr. Aurelio Perez, who was
Are Delightfully problems, born at Shelby, Ohio,
funeral of their aunt, Mrs.. Fan here for a, short visit with relatives Attorney B. A. Riley, of Miami, 57 years ago.Leonard .
I nie Grossman., held yesterday afternoon and friends, left yesterday who came in Saturday for a conference -
West had distinguished visi. which Mrs. Rickard received 'on I afternoon for Miami. with Governor Dave G. Robinson of Washington 1 -

tors over the week-end in the persons Friday night was given to Fred Sholtz, left on the afternoon train D. C.,'.lawyer-banker, pioneer
of :Mrs. Nancye Rickard, Knapp, Worthy Patron of Fern Jack Golden manager of the Mrs. R. II. Lintner and son, for Miami, accompanied by Mrs. in the agricultural credit

Worthy Grand :Matron of Florida, Chapter, who is critically ill at Hotel Colonial, who"'was on a who had been spending a few Riley. union movement, born in Russia;

Order Eastern Star, who arrivedon his home. business visit to Miami. returned weoks with Mrs. Lintner's par- 60 years ago. .'
Friday, together with a num- On Saturday also a luncheon yesterday. ents, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Harry Shaw, Frank Ruter, chief railway electrician ; Fine Fishing TackleMade
ber of her aides, for an official was held at Delmonico Restaurant, )left yesterday afternoon for the left Saturday afternoonfor Col.! Robert W. Stewart of Chi-

visit to the local Fern Chapter of and this was attended by the entire Robert Hart, draftsman with home in Hialeah. West Palm Beach on an ex- cago, former Standard Oil head,

the organization.On visiting party and Mrs. G. N. the lighthouse department, who poction of equipment. born in Iowa, 69 years ago. 8yPflueger -

Friday evening these guests Goshorn, Mrs. John Park, Mrs. was on a short visit with relativesin Mrs. Shirley Jones, nee Bott, ;
were entertained at a dinner tendered Kathryn Williams and Mrs. Ether Miami Beach, returned yester-' who was in Key West with friendsfor Edward Bruce, eminent, artist, Rt. Rev. Herbert II. II. Fox, P.
them .in the dining-room of Watkins representing the Fern day. I several weeks, left yesterday advisory head of the division of E. bishop of Montana, born at Vom Hofe and South BendFOR

the Colonial Hotel, and following Chapter.On I I afternoon for Quantico, Va. sculpture of the treasury depart Montclair, N. J., 64 years ago.
the dinner there was a special Saturday night Mr. and M rs.<, Paul Daniel was an arrival yes ment left Saturday afternoonfor EVERY SPECIES OF GAME FISH

meeting held at the hall at Simon. Rickard were entertained at din terday from Miami for a brief Arthur G. Lund, chief customs Washington, D. C. Sft Malcolm Campbell, English

ton and Eaton strj ets. I I ner by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams.In visit with Mrs. Daniel, who u the inspector, left yesterday to attend I auto racer, born 50 years ago. See Our Complete LineThompsoll's

The hall was especially and this connection it is necessary guest of her parents, Mr. anc.ll\1rs'l\ a session of the customs Elmer Davis, noted author and
beautifully decorated for the occa. I i that a correction be made. William Cooper, at the court to be held this week in writer, who was in Key West for i Crown Prince Christian Frederick -

lion to'represent a garden with I I In several previous i issues of The Whitehead street. ami. 1\Ii-1 several weeks, left Saturday afternoon I of Denmark, born 36 years Hardware Store

its lattice work ferns, roses; and II Citizen itCoshorn was stated that Mrs. G. for New York. ago.

hundreds of butterflies. Dainty, I is president of the Fern Mayor and Mrs. William Malone Major William V. Albury I I ALTAR ROBBED
colorful organdie butterflies were:: Chapter. The leader of the local who were attending the International -, ida National Guard, who Flor-I' Attorney J. Lancelot Lester, If CAROLINE STREEET

pinned on each member and guest organization holds the title not of Flower Show at charge of the detachments at the FERA administration) left I UTICA, The altar St.I I I

i d Upon their entrance. I I president, but of Worthy Matron, ami Beach Gardens!, returned- l\1i-j Matecumbe_ left yesterday aftera ) Saturday afternoon by plane for a Stanislaus Church,41'1,,in this city pf(was - - - I ,j.-. ". _<

' One of the outstanding features and this office is held by Mrs. .rday.. .short visit with his family.' 'busmess-visit in Miami; looted recently' by* .unidentifiedtjievcs. ..............e.e..eeee..e................s........
}{,f ,the evening was the inspiring I Kathryn Williams. j I -- . .if ""-; =i-i-i'; ir - - Gold plated altar furnish- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITXZEN WEEKLY
address of the Worthy Grand Several of the party of visitorsI ,Paul 1 Dion and sist .r:>who. "A'ith I r 0 | : h.r.''J:1t Ka1v.l0 snag dlOFlJitt \ -; ,..... .
Matron. The' five star points;I found! it necessary, to their regret,(,! their parents, were visiting Key" 'Miss\ ''CoTIette West*for Beaver iievefal'months,!t who was, t I a:UubrtuOOTit.cs>; 'Mmp ilp fos Itgs slued at $145'wcVtaken. i......................................,.f........
Mrsv William Watkins, Mrs. Mamie\ to make their departure on Saturday -;. West during the w inter''and left,;.n left yesterdayfor. Uwimk tp plant in West Palm Beach, left -.. .:..:. -- tJA.I.- _.. : .---t, ... _

Goethe, Mrs\ ;, Fernando Camus, afternoon, and the remainder I'r'lstay:'' at New Smyrna, came :I with'Her p rellts,&t.* tfrtd1';i 1btdf.TdjLAlrft611g1 1ftcr a visit "" .f'j. ,
and Mrs. left yesterday.: j t tI in'yesterday'for a visit beforeteJturnin )
Mr*, Russell Hyman 'Joseph BeaVer for a fluvrt time .R1rtilRoy! E.ri.phftilocalrmanager. ,
Charles Smith each presented Mrs. The list of visitors included,]! to their.home in North I -- ,
I and then return to Cincinnati,
Rickard with flowers appropriate : besides Mr. and Mrs. Rickard, Mrs.1.1I 'Adams, Mass. II i Mrs. Mamie Costar, mother of I
where !she is head nurse in one of
to their ray of the star. I Ellen Deer of Miami, Grand Allah' I I the large private hospitals. John N. Costar, who was visiting I Announcement
Following the meeting, during of the Florida Grand Chapter, Or-I Many Visit New with Mr. and Mrs. Costar at the

which a delightful program was : der Eastern Star; Mrs. J. A.I Club Here chrome, on White street, left Saturday
Night I I B. M. Duncan engineer in !
of Miami. Grand Esther; Mi
home in
given, including Several fpccial I Speights. :.. charge of projects on the keys i iI i : afternoon for the
Grand Representative -
numbers of Mrs Helen Pepper, ami.
refreshments i
vocal and szndwichea ; Mrs. L. A. Semmll, i The new night club "El: who was spending the week-end I I I Retail dealers in the Key West
cake :
ice cream, 1 was opened on Saturday BOlero"l I with his family, left yesterday 1 .
Roberts i
G. -
served. of Naranja; Mrs. Joseph I Mrs. Arthur Schrader left Saturday and
.were territory throughout Monroe
and its at- afternoon for Matecumbe. Countywill
: presented among .
On Saturday, the visitors were'I Coconut Grove; Mrs. Paul : I I afternoon for St. Augustine
,: tractions several vocal selectionsby
conducted on a tour of the city, G. Rickel. Coral Gables; Mrs. I' ',to spend a week with Mr. Schrader be supplied with Budweiser, King
V. Miss Barbara Rock, of New I William R. Porter president of:
Naranja Mrs. :,
which points of interest Henry ; operator of electrical equip-
during viewed and they were unan- M. Johnson, Miami; Mrs. C. N. York City, and rhiunba dances by,,I the First National Bank who was I II ment for the railroad.Mrs. of Bottled Beer, by A. Lopez, who has
were '
'a Cuban miss, Dolores in Miami for brief visit, returned -
of Henderson. Naranja; Mrs. N. : young a William F. Maloney left '
expressions '
imous in their M.I I I 1 I yesterday on the morning been appointed distributor for this leaderin
pleasure with Key West. Each of I Weis, Coral Gables; Mrs. O. Ruiz.The I I : Saturday afternoon for Miami to
them announced their intention of ; Garden, Griffin Ga.; Mr. and opening was wellattendedand plane. 1 spend a while with relatives. the quality field.

returning at a later date. I Mrs. C. T. Wallace also of Grif quite successful. I I entomologis:1:
During this tour Mrs. Rickard,t fin. Ga.; Mrs.\ II. II. Taylor, Hialeah J. W. Kea, junior ANHEUSER-BUSCH ''ST. LOUIS
Thompson, To Hold I, with the state plant board, arrived THEATER
accompanied by Mrs. Kathryn ; Mrs. \\ R. P.-T.A. MONROE .
Miami last week in Key West and expects
Mrs. W. H. Culm. -
visited each shut-in Homestead; i
Williams, and -I Mrs. Paul Sears, Hialeah i iI : Meeting Tuesday to remain here for about Wm Powell-Myrn Loy i in
member of the order presented ; r A. LOPEZ
: W. Parr, also four months conducting labora PRENTICE
each with a little gift of remembrance and Mrs. Charles EVELYN
I llialeah. Ii I There will be a meeting of the tory experiments.Mrs. .
and love. The bouquet of .. Division!' street P.-!. A. tomorrow Matinee Balcony, lOcj; Orchestra Distributor KEY WEST, FLA.

---- ---- afternoon at 3 clock" at the Niberg, wife of chief machinist I 15-20c; Night 15. 5c J JI JI
I school. Charles Niberg of the t

Celebrate HangingOf Sunday Tennis All members of the organizationare I Coast Guard Cutter Saukee, left .__ _ ___ _ ___ _. __ _ ____-- _0'-
Murals Sunday Tea Postponed requested to attend this meet' I

ing. I A Vote Of Thanks ToL.
Approximately 200 persons at Tennis-minded society was disappointed -,

tended the cocktail party giving a; yesterday afternoon in|i Everready Star P. Artman, Acting
"Dutch treat" at Raul's nightclub that noon the tennis regular tea at Sunday Casa Marina s Club To Meet Mayor Leo II. Warren,

yesterday afternoon, to celebrate had to be postponed due to they I 1 Gato & Navarro, Inc., Un\

the hanging of the second bad condition of the courts. I Il | There will be a meeting of the Chief of Police Ivan El-

of murals there completing l( There will be a number off i iI Everready Star Club held tomor.1 wood and his force, Scout-
group matches. played during this week,! row afternoon beginning A BIT OF HISTORYIn
master J. A. Boza and the
the redecorating of Raul's place. I OiLS
and the victorious contestants will'I o'clock at the home of Mrs. ODERNIZE WITH
the thirteenth century, Scouts of No.
of murals was Troop
The second group I meet next Sunday on the courts William White. I
painted by Richard Jansen, one of. to play a grand match. I Ij All members are requested to Salvino d'Armiti, of Florence, 5, the Sisters of the Convent -
Italy, invented spectacles. The I
the artists here with the Key West j, Much interest is manifesed In, be in attendance. same century, Roger Bacon, of Mary Immaculateand /

Administration. The panels: treat the forthcoming games. I an Englishman, used glasses for I the Convent Orchestra -

in abstraction the cocktail hour,, Mrs. Arthur Caplan reading. Both were pioneer Ed Gray, Prin- . .

and depict various phases of Key Junior Club To Has House Guest optical scientists.. cipal Horace O'Bryant, I /r

West life.During. Meet TomorrowA Today, thirty million Americans Mrs. J. S. Golden, and the

the afternoon while the I Mrs. Sydney! Harmon wife of wear gla..'cs. Forty mil- I Merchants of Key West-
business meeting of the Key, the prominent theatrical producerof more need them. Electric
party was in prioress; many per West Junior Woman's Club will New York, was an arrival lights moving pictures, etc., FOR HELPING TO MAKE

lions complimented the artist on I be held tomorrow afternoon beginning Saturday for a short stay and is place an unnatural strain upon THE FIRST ANNUAL
,his work. at 5 o'clock at the Wo the house guest of Mrs. Arthur t I I'I your eyes. KEY WEST STAMP AND I YOU have'a right to the '

:j 1Virtually: all members of the''I man's Clubhouse on Division:' Caplan.'. >" | Have!thbnv examined bjf ... COIN v EXHIBITION .,.:A L' X91 "
the street I'I I Mrs. Harmon's motherMrfe.; .| leisure that a modern gas
arti\s' group connected with J I 'GRANDtSUCCESS.KeyWeslPtiilatelicSodely.' '
I All numbers of the club are requested Benjamin Perelmutter, 'Of' IIDR..J .A. V LDES It.c. .
administrationattended; ; the partyas 9JJf iU rt 54 1. JlJJ' "l.I I range will give you. It i.I is
to be present at this meet Haven: arrived yesterday: 'NeWj\
Veil i rimy local citizens and I Ortho;on: 'Soft Ute 'liicen etfi' I ........
as inJ:as many matters of importance stawith her daughter"and! .... n I l I i : 1# the work the
members\ of the winter colony .i in will be discussed. I r Capland, and Mrs. Harold"Ballotl.! .I 532 Duval StreetI ,'.tt unnecessary;i' att itlt I.l+,'IJ J,

Key I ''West. -- -. -- I' 1 I,. ,. H' .IJ....:..:....... r .. I ,._ time spent. .needlessly indo, .. ;.:6.... ;
: '
1 .41 1I ,',I.I1U! S. I.: 'i." tat :r things the hard that ....
Mrs. Robert Menner . ,, J&g way ,. .,...."-

Entertains SundayMrs. Prefect Your Properly makes cooking a drudgery

instead of a pleasure.The .

Robert T. Menner /O Q \
tained yesterday evening enter-t with f 1 0o I

home on Duval street with
convenience of a mod
er of her delightful and informal

Sunday night buffet suppers. | ern gas range takes he TWtr1WJ.LUrT'1"WI \ ,
Among last. ni?ht's invited
guests, besides Madame Vesevolod -' 1 oofs drudgery out of cooking. It

Kaikoua.: MYs: Ml'nner\1 saves your time makes
house guest. were the Duke of I I r FOR Yoim OLD RAN&C
.ATOS Consul-General and !MVs.l p I II your effort count.

Carlton B. Hurst, Colonel anti; I
Mrs. I'orie. Colonel and Mrs All
bert Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. '- Not only are the ranges offered in this i.Je the last word in
win Trevor, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick When you buy roofing for new or old property !

Kirtland!, Mrs. Printz Mrs.\ get your money's worth. Be sure; that TELEPHONE PROGRESS IS NOT :; '. ".;4. cooking convenience=-.they are offered at prices that make them real
Bodin Mrs. W. Hunt Harris, Miss! .
Minnie Porter Harris. Mrs. Dan- the roof you pay for will deliver the service AN ACCIDENT. "," bargains.. And. there: is the liberal trade-in allowance for your. old

forth Mrs.\ Frederick II. Lee, Mist I you desire. . I ._ stove. Let us change it today for a new gas-rangev***Start now to
Robertson, Miss Dorothy Cleare. ., Jt fHJ5*** ******* .

Mrs. Irving Wright, of Pirate's. We handle Carey Roofings and Shingles In your lifetime there have.been many change in the enjoy the convenience of modern gas c"ok r.r-1i.I J t*.*."*fcwr
Cove, and George Weaver. telephone system. The telephone was born in the United rI e', :
products of_a manufacturer with over 60 yearsof States, and here it has reached its greatest perfection.: ..' ,
You have watched the open wire pole lines dwindle, as *..
Cocktail Hoar successful experience. These Proven Roofs wires have gone into protective cables. YOU MAVIM-T A MOOtlN .** SaN.f w TOM NAYtN'rT tatCT
Much EnjoyedThe cost no more than ordinary materials-get The number of Bell System telephones has crownsteadi17
: 1900 one million; 1910 four millions; 1920, eight
our prices. millions; 1934 thirteen millions. '
regular Saturday afternoon SOUTH X: Long distance lines have spread from city to city, and
in recent years radio telephone circuits have brought the I 1sJ: ;
Cocktail Hoar at Raul'sClub : "Your Home I. Worthy of the Beit 'I world to your telephone door.
Miramar on the Boulevardwas The speed of ... .. ... ....
Phone 598 White; & Eliaa'tt.l long distance connections has increased .... .IC ..= :t...
well-attended and much enjoyed until today most calls are completed while you hold the line. -or. r.M !:;;= :
by the guests. \ And despite this growth and added complexity the COlt
of the service has been kept low.
Aperitifs, a variety cf cocktails! Such progress is not an accident. It is because telephone
and de1is.htfullittle. hors d'oeurveswere workers are trained and capable-engineering, research
served, and there was dancing. xl r ;tr plant commercial executive, traffic-and because they have
in them the desire to serve in keeping with their expressedaim I
. The cocktail hours, rapidly .M
'I : The most service to the public and the best at the Florida Public
growing in popularity, have taken least cost consistent with financial ...fety.I ."
the fancy of society and many .k

members of the winter residential ROOFINGS & SHINGLES I Southern Bell Telephone! and Telegraph Co.

and colony enjoyable, and are always successful) STANDARD FOR OVER 6O YEARS Ia.rr.rael

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finished' '2018-05-30T14:14:39-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILE SIZE '1363292' DFID 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGC' ORIGIN 'DEPOSITOR' PATH 'sip-files00238.jp2'
MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 220ccf10432f977483dd8f28127b08b4
'SHA-1' a4ad8af878f9c8d8d564e9e268fd2c664209dede
EVENT '2018-05-30T14:14:12-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
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'48621' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGE' 'sip-files00238.QC.jpg'
'10902290' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGF' 'sip-files00238.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Value offset not word-aligned
'65057' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGG' 'sip-files00238.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'11242' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGH' 'sip-files00238thm.jpg'
'1390018' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGI' 'sip-files00239.jp2'
'374923' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGJ' 'sip-files00239.jpg'
'47640' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGK' 'sip-files00239.QC.jpg'
'11119817' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGL' 'sip-files00239.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'43575' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGM' 'sip-files00239.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'11218' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGN' 'sip-files00239thm.jpg'
'1356119' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGO' 'sip-files00240.jp2'
'364676' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGP' 'sip-files00240.jpg'
'46184' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGQ' 'sip-files00240.QC.jpg'
'10848601' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGR' 'sip-files00240.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'45420' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGS' 'sip-files00240.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'11211' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGT' 'sip-files00240thm.jpg'
'1378313' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGU' 'sip-files00241.jp2'
'370048' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGV' 'sip-files00241.jpg'
'47829' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGW' 'sip-files00241.QC.jpg'
'11018697' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGX' 'sip-files00241.tif'
Value offset not word-aligned: 293
Value offset not word-aligned
'38250' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGY' 'sip-files00241.txt'
Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'11191' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYGZ' 'sip-files00241thm.jpg'
'10167' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYHA' 'sip-files1935031101.xml'
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
'2018-05-30T14:14:16-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'10314' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYHD' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00451.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 ''.
'10162' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHEfileF20090305_AAAYHG' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00451.xml'
xml resolution

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