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 12, 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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Votes Mean Little? Michigan ANGLERS' TAKE RIDING THE ,RAINBOWS Democratic Party Leaders In Senate


Senator Tells;,.Many Critics; PIRATES COVE:r'-AAAA-"Miami_._._..__.is_._.marvelous_._._._._._._.,_.and_.._._._oth-._._,_.."among_.._._._._._the.._ ._clouds._ ._ ._,000....feet...,, : Perturbed" Over Huey :Longs AttitudeIn

t I er Florida cities are fascinatingto and i ii humming us along at 102J,:

t-- those who come each year from miles an hour. The lady opposite i

Couzens Makes Claim He I I i!FLORIDA COMES I EXCELLENT CATCHES I MADE!I the frigidized North. rays "Are we really moving:?" tVarious Political 'Manipulations

AT POPULAR RESORT BY j "But it was a respite to get to Such is the unique serenity of ,

; Key Webt. You may like opera riding the sky. .. .
Has Always Expressed -- - -
-I but the melodies
I simple are a rest. "But the rainbows! Look out;

Thought And Voted As SECTIONS 1 "I was surprised to find that of your window into this billowy I']' I r I Many Members Of Higher

you can fly from Miami to Key mountain of soft white clouds.

VESSEL HAD BEEN ON RUN - I West in eighty minutes. Nobodytold There's a complete circle of a rain-'1
He Pleased : : I : I II Branch Of Congress Be-
: bow .
BETWEEN MIAMI AND ) (Special < The rillm) me, and I don't read the papers in full bloom, with its dau-

PIRATES COVE March 12. when I'm loafing. .ling, vibrating colors from the]
I I Restless
HAVANA Devotees of the rod and reel are. "Off one bright morning from faintest yellow through the burning -) !i come -

By HERBERT PLUMMER, .. I enjoying: great sport at this popu-! Miami's international airport, we oranges and reds, into the cool j s SituationBy
lnr Aumelalrd I' )
lar fishing camp, and some excel i took the air from the blue watersof preens and blues to depest purl'l.1 I j
Steamship Florida, .of the P.j lent catches are being made. : Biscayne Bay in a big flyingI It's a sight to be found on neither I I 1

Senator Couzens of Michigan always Among the recent lucky anglers!I boat of the same type which plies land nor sea-a 'picture no artist I'

and O. S. S. company, arrived in I are I). Roy Meade and Richard I the far-flung airways to South : can paint. I BYRON PRICE

bat prided himself that der'spite '! Meade, of Miami Reach, and their! America and the Spanish Main. !I "As the mountains of mist roll I' .(('''.", .r Barra. .... The. ..AMelat4I'rrM.
port this morning from Miami, I I \\ *! *! )
the fact he It labeled a republican guest, N. C. Chadbourne, who, "You lean back in comfortable, {. by and the valleys! reveal the Democratic leaders at Wasting

politically, during the 15 I from which port she has been:] have caught many fish-dolphins,: overstuffed seats in the spacious: sparkling blue of the Florida hay !

I(I ': kingfish, groupers and others and :I flying boat cabin wide as a pullman -( below, the rainbows come and go. I ton no longer peak of the fluey
or so years he has spent in tL1.e..t. sailing to Havana, Cuba, during hooked one sailfish. i'I car. There'are eleven passengers -* burn a few moments, then diap-' I

Lei bas rthought,* ad! 'and I I the winter season. Roy Meade i is on..the board of: besides myself.., 4, pear. For a time ue see the brilliant In Longs situation a* a- joke.

I governors of the Committee of "We.skip1 over, the i water like a \ circle with the shadow of our ,' longer expectto'ridi''
voted a. he. pleased. I I The vessel was doing an excel- One Hundred. Pleased with the pet'dboat'and. then,'withno! son.. plane in its (center speeding along. i I.1
simple charm of the he is'' with us,through the clouds. I > e" ,< Louisiana. .senator .
He 'amused hi"colieacuu.dllr.1in lent business, it was said, until1 camp ration at all, we find ourselves in, ,
preparing to enjoy a complete rest I the airand thei marvelous ""For the first time in our lives ;
I pan- tot. silence, a. i.sigh him off
the"course of a 15,000-word II I I the series of disturbances began i: while here. orma of Miami and, Miami Beach, we- have left life-we>aie off the'[

speech' .f.hi..eollearue! A number of guests of former I lies below us in all its glory.... Reminds -:;;rold' 'arth-and there's a rainbow : and i frustrate.bids/ by frefusing to
in Cuba with strikes and varied : I i I
I years are returning for the tarpon us that "scenery from the ''around our shoulder! :,

berg; in. opposition to .v.nden.1 I forms of economic and social unrest fishing. Among them are Mr. and .!, ground is: a silhouette; scenery J "The rest of the brief interval t who :.t get excite bout him.

dent's work-relief ,. brought about conditions in i' Mrs. C. II. Strong of Cleveland.Ohio from the air u a colorful mo- through the sunshine and clouds j ji Instead they are speaking oi
I I I II who have been guests each "raic." I i to'Key West is' in the same atmosphere of I I f
serving; the Cuban capital which caused season; for the past five years. ; "You look down on the beau- of delight-almost an i Kim as seriously as their exasperated

"After all, it mutt be remem i I prospective travelers to forego the! They love the peace and quiet of'| tiful designs of the estates in ecstasy of the unusual and the the tate of mind-will permit. It
the cove, its delightful surroundings Coconut Grove and along Flor- leare! from everyday affairs of re-I
bered the junior senator from:; pleasure of a visit to the island.i J I I II the charming people and the'{ ida's south shore. You see the earth-fantastic fcrmations in has been<<: years since such open expressiops -
i I
.I the i
Michigan is a candidate for th.presidency. As the regular season for travel ]; allure of fishing. I patterns worked out in foliage and earth below on every shape and '|
There are a number of guestsat flowers. You see the mysterious hue and color. I challenge anyone -t of hatred have been
I can't because from Florida to Cuba nearing I
run the camp this week. Among Everglades stretching away in the to produce in the wo.'.1 a i J. ,, heard on the senate floor

I am Canadian born." the end, it was decided to discon- them are: Mr. and Mrs. Henry J haze toward the Gulf of Mexico, stranger or more interesting type I:

I Hixon Meyer, Mrj. and Mrs.Vm.. .I which lies only sixty miles away. of scenery that is found over the i The senate is boastful of its
Couzens voted for the tinue the service until next season i
T. Underwood. Helmont, Mass.\ ; Out of the left window you see the Florida Keys. Tropical waters in igreen traditio, of giving every, senator

vailing wage" amendment which it was said. i,;; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Meyer and deep purple of the old Atlantic. and blues broken by color-'I i i his: say and its managers have
family Nonquitt. Mass.; Mr. and rparkling in the morning sun. i if ill oral shoie and myriads: of men
wreaked such havoc with the I Russell Walcott, come rather e\pwly\ to their pres-
: Mrs. Barrington "Now we're actually 'riding jungle inland in every cone eiv- lime
KNIGHT ; 111.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Brown and among the rainbows! ?ble form. It's a vast and color- ent view about Long. They have
work-relief plan in its first major
chauffeur, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel "Without effort-with no fcnI /ul jigsaw puzzle. j each come to it, however, no less sure-

test in the senate. lie's been deluged DIES LAST NIGHT II. Collum Philadelphia; Mr. and 1 I nation at all-our big observation "But here's Key Wert! In a l ly. If anything can be done about

Mrs. E. C. Baderoch. Pound Lake.I,I car of the air has taken us up ;I, (Continued on Page Four) 1 I ly Huey, it will be done.

with letters since. I Ii III.; Mr.\ and Mrs. Bruce Clark, Dr. _._----- .- -__ II I ;
end Mrs. W. II. Pinco New York; I!1---'" Wc l i 'Not A Menace'It
B have been many suj>-''I i FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE' Mr. and Mrs. D. Roy Meade\ Mr. I I: : is not so much..that the party.
f his stand ("penciled ones" CONDUCTED TOMOR. and Mrs. V. Richard Meade Mi- fjyef tains recgrd.10.Wmasit-.real tI
I ami Bjch R. C. Chadbourne, [-TODAYS-WEATHER 1 1t jf *'P1bJ'7J( *>t f 7 -
aJescrtbcs them) as well as AFTERNOON ; : I I menace, for many of them reject
ROW Judd
Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. E. II. "
tin criticism. In the latter I I I the idea that he can attract any
Judd Coconut
and Miss Leslie ,
I I t- ing
cfcas one from a powerful Grove; Mrs. R. B. Henley, Hart to Temperature 1 I colder in north and central por- :,':, and important following outside

I I Mrs. Coralie Knight, 52 years ford, Conn.WARBLER. Highest .........._....._......._ .. 78 tious, possibly light frost in ex- of Louisiana.

eli Michigan warning that if I old, died 11 o'clock last night at I 1 i Lowest ........................... ._....73 ; ;. I.:. to They do agree, however, that he
hficated his performance on the residence, 708 Eaton street, Mean .. ..... I \ IS / r. .1 <..-. ] ble. \ .
SAILS == ;I / I / f+ : : i is an annoyance of a type sufficiently -
: =
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tjjcxt "prevailing wage" vote: after an illness lasting over a period I Normal Mean .. J I I ;.".\oJ'.; --'E-t..11 : ,I \\' troublesome to warrantuse

of several months. i Rainfall I <"1' I f'r.'f. :.(16f ;: we
it mId cost him at least U.OOOj Funeral services will be held tomorrow Yesterday's Precipitation .17 Ins ( } -: .- I \ ..... ,J,(;: : ,: of the strongest measures.
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vo. I afternoon at 4 o'clock I TfflSJORNING I Normal Precipitation... .01 Ins. j ( .." o( .' .Jt...:s....;...i(1' I I' lust His supply of monkey-wrenches

from the home to St. Paul's ; ,I .1hU rrrwrrf r.,rr. :..-...... |"-rl-JeudiBK 1!: "atate.'w seems inexhaustible, and the old-
merely replied, said Cou-, i 1 I I I.'j'j !
'copal church. Rev Arthur B. .( X wVlix-L. thin moraine.
Zes, "that 10.000 votes didn't't mick will officiate. JoOiS-j LEAVES TO RESUME Tomorrow' Almanac I 1- 1 <"ii? IIII +!:: liners are weary trying to figure
OPERA'I I I'" out when the next will wreck
iiun a--thing to me." Members\ of the Knights TIONS ON CARGO Sun rises ....-........ .... 6:38 a. m. f'"t.t : ... one :

Little Miss Farley I Golden Eagle and Improved Order SHIPWrecking !I Sun sets ....... .............. G:35: p. m. l" ..1\I\ ," .., -.' -;.; .'. ''I with the planned placidity of senate
of Red Men will attend the serv-f WRECKED '' .... I ; deliberation.
The young daughter of Post- Moon rises ............ 1:08 p. m. Colder kAI.I
ices and pallbearers will be selected II I Moon sets .................. 2:26 a. m. I I| fort His announcement he would go
aster General "Big Jim" Farleycame from the membership. I 1 Tomorrow's Tides .trcme northwest portion tonight; j jI : is a home and run for governor next
York I
down from New Arrangements will be in chargeof Tug Warbler, which Wednesday fair and colder. ]} I I met with heartfelt
other visit her father and A.M. year approval
day to I Lopez Funeral )Home. I was in port for a short time, : .1'.111.1 I Jacksonville; to Florida Straits:1 1I if of the senate wheel-
expressed a desire to see the cap- S:1I1.1 High ....--....-..... C:45 : : among many
itol. Mrs. Knight is survived by three ed this morning to resume Low .................... 9:52 I I Strong southerly winds shifting to i iI ly I hones. But they are not counting
daughters: :Mrs. Robert Bona northwest tonight, diminishing: i his .
II heavily'
I doing
tions the of the wrecked on actually to
Little Miss on cargo
Farley particularly marte Roanoke, Va.; Mrs. Reginald -, Barometer at 8 a. m. today: ; Wednesday and overcast: weather : I
was interested in the President'sroom Steamer Havana, which Is now Drastic Measures?
Albury and Cecilia Kni Sea level, 29.99. with rain tonight, Wednesday : J i
off ,the senate chamber Southwest g.n-I So what? There are ,tip-si<<>> poksibie -
Key West three sons, Robert, ht'l l lying at anchor in fair. ,; .
; orally .: is 1 1o I fll.' cal scan
where are the morals; : of the three Lowest Highest; : '' ,( Broaches11'! ;; ; ., .
ly and Allan Knight; Channel Iift-f 'fAThe'
famous Italian t;1:tz '(,(:qlr I :,,etrong, -.''f'U.h I ,, !:
paints} f Station- Yesterday 1 ;; senate.
Mrs. Robert finder Key West;I Both this ves' eI' and'the' Relief Last Night. .' : ing"to joorthwctt'winds: over he c I (democratic} (ma7)joHty )
Among the most striking is a nlidi.1 Mrs. Charles Bush, Gran Cayman;; Abilene' .':: ..,._... 34 50Atlanta I north i I'I can, if it i chooses, ,. ?uncjw
will continue until,the ship is jn potion and strong ?;
trait of Benjamin'Franklin."Who Mrs. Linda Walters, Okeechobee;, ''.....'..'...... C4 7 p"Bos'ton west winds diminishing; over 'wes( I!I tale,;to iJircipline hira. It, cqii Badhiip'out' ,
was the 'first postmaster. 1 one brother, Dillard Borden, and : readiness for a complete surveyto I ,: xTII ,, 'of the party organizatipn,
._ 4G 'L6'
north in
4nr and tonight
jiortions I
general, Miss! Farley1. .the guideasked. five grandchildren. be made to determine \what I ; r l r rI in'the'! senate, and clamp,, down
... , .,: '40 over southeast portion W( !! !
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i Buffalo -130
I preliminary work will be nece3-1 : 'due'j'i , ; ttnate rules to shut!of f. hi i?.c.hlrgs -
"Benjamin .;Franklin of course,*,'1 towed' I Charleston ......-. C4 74i .I i the ; ; I I a's
tary before the'vessel is to
she replied" proudly. STR.TURQUINO I i i i Chicago ............ 22 34 WEATHER CONDITIONSThe I (' (' ( These democrats know, how
"No, she told. "It drydock.
was" was Denver ........... :34 46 ----- I !' : ever that the republicans tried

Samuel"I'll see 0good.: about that" Miss Far_ SAILS FOR CUBAVESSEL I Detroit .............. 20 38 disturbance: that was over j i: :; that certain a few western years ago insurgents with respectto and

Icy retorted with spirit, "even if I NEWSMEN COMEIN Galveston ........ 46 72 Texas yesterday morning has mov- iI :> got nowhere. Except that they

have to to the man who now is i Havana ............ 72 ed northeastward to northern i I
go ;gave the. insurgents a chance to
I postmaster general" HAD BEEN ON DR.yl ON PLANE l Huron ..-. .-........ 24 32 Georgia, Atlanta, 29.54 inche,!. claim the role of political martyrs
:II Jacksonville .. . 68 80 and pressure is low -
Court Clock TimelyIf I -
I Or they can try to fight Huey
DOCK IN KEY WEST the Gulf St Lawrence,
you were among the throng Kansas City..... 28 44 to of !! with his own weapons. They can
Me.. 29.32:: inches. Rain
which crowded the corridors outside FOR REPAIRS \ KEY WEST __ 73 78 Eastport. investigate him.Indictments .
REPRESENTATIVES OF UNITED Las resulted during the last 24
the supreme court chamberon Little Rock ..-... 36 70 I having i been
}I Los Angeles ...... 48 66 i hours from the middle and lower
the day when the court handed PRESS ARE GUESTSOF NO ] brought it no longer is any secret
decisionsand Louisville ...._..32 64 I Mifslssippi Valley eastward over
down the historic gold : that
( there were hundreds) aj exactly West After for being several on drydock in Key I BERNARD DeWITT Miami ......-......--. 74 78 i Atlantic States, being heavy in I have been internal busy\ for revenue months-.agents looking

two minutes of twelve you and days undergoing Minneapolis ...... 14 24& the Ohio Valley and Tennessee, into the affairs of certain figures
repairs being completely I b,1
probably heard a clock strike and !, Among the visitors arriving New Orleans .... 62 80 Nashville reporting 2.36 inches 1 in Long's Louisiana regime.
renovated from, stem to st'rn.1
,! New York .._... and there has been rain or snow
looked at your own watch in surprise. plane today were Earl J. Johnson 48 60 indictments have been
truck to keel the Tur- Yet no
Steamship ........ in northern and eastern Mit'hi
news director of the United Pensacola 66 70 !
-- and the nat-
quino, slid into the water yester-! \ t I voted against Huey,
and northern an'l \ ],
Here's why: Press and Jim Beale. connectedwith Pittsburgh ........ 32 58 ural conclusion is that no sufficient -
Back in 1837 bv order of the I day morning. j: United Press in Miami. St. Louis ....._. 28 38 The western high: pressure it is evidence has been found..
From the drydock the vessel !
Chief Justice of the United Statesa Westbrook Pegler, writer of a Salt Lake City.32 44. remains crested over the Plateau J trip : ;
went to the Porter Dock Com-1 Lake' Situation Worth Watchieg
huge dOt'kVa made for the syndicated series for the N. E. A., San Francisco ..46 62 I region and California, Salt d !
pang :where the fuel oil tanks were|: I remains considerablefield
and San Francisco, There a
court and' jw adjusted that it was expected to arrive but. was Seattle 44 50 City. Utah
would strike two minutes before i replenished a'nd supplies taken on. I not on the plane, it was learned. Tampa ......_..... 70 82 Calif., 20.36 inches, but has! D. ve for speculation In the realmof
board. | .
noon-the hour set for conveningcourt ', Mr. Johnson and Mr. Beale Washington:: _.._ 52 68 I spread southeastward over 'Texas'' : practical politics.
In the afternoon the vessel,:': are guests today of Bernard De- Williston ........_ 18 30 and the southern Plains States.| to' 'What would happen if the

As the story goes, the Chief which is in the fruit carrying;Witt I director of the publicity I There has been a decided fall ini i !: ;; Roosevelt administration severed
between Cuban and Bahama
Justice grew weary of the justice branch of the Florida Emergency WEATHER FORECASTTill temperature from the Ohio Valley -i ; all relations with the Long organization -
Island' ports and Miami sailed for. in Louisiana, and went into -
southwestward to the Texas j
being late Relief Administration in Kef j
in donning their robes. I
Sama, Cuba. ( I
I I II \Vest. ( 8 p. m., Wednesday) coast with readings 30 degrees the state openly to destroy it?

Key West and Vicinity: Rain lower this morning in Arkansas;) ;. I J One answer is that it might be
BABY FOODSFresh i WARNING TO CRAFT PALACEHeffnerVinson and I colder tonight; Wednesday! If while warmer weather prevails 3n''| in extremely hazardous. because

I I partly cloudy and colder; strong. the northern Plains States and told : 1 Senator Long certainly knows his

Shipment IncludesAll The following warning was issue Players I in I.southerly winds shifting to north- Rocky Mountain region, and temperatures I politics. The other-anSWer is that

I : ,! this morning by the local THE IT GIRL west tonight and diminishing Wed-I continue abnormally just I Mr. Roosevelt also certainly knows
weather bureau: 1 I II I Screen: Jessie Matthews in nesday. high in the Atlantic and East( I I i! his politics.

PHARMACY "ADVISORY: Small craft: EVERGREEN Florida: Fair in northwest and Gulf States. Whatever happens, the whole

Phone 177 Free Delivery I warning displayed at Key West!I Night: 3H Hrs. Show 15-2Sc east and south portions tonight;j G. S. KENNEDY, I I situation is one' well worth watch

10 a. m." i t l Matinee: (picture only) 10-15c colder in extreme south and much 1 I ., Official in Charge. the ]ing. !

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A DEMOCRATIC KINGIt ........................ ........................ artist and
Qr1Jt t? 'mr t t: 1 A : poet, who recited -
KEY WEST IN Today's Horoscope Today's I: his war-songs: in Civil War
Published Daily Except Sunday By camps born in Chester Co., Pa.
THK CITIZEN PCBL1IHIXO CO. ISC.L. is asking too much, probably to expect DAYS GONE BY ........................ CN AnniversariesI..e..efa..a.a. Died In New York. May 11. 1872.

P. ARTMIX. Pre.lde.t.From Americans to be interested in the af- This day gives a curious, mixture DUJ !

The Citizen Building fairs of Siam or the recent abdication of Happening Her J.*t 10 Years with a strong and conflicting iTR i ... 1835-(100( years ago) Simon

Corner Green. and Ann Streets King Prajadhipok. However, it may increase Ago Today As Takea From mind. There is quickness of t l j 1C83-George Berkeley famed Xewcomb internationally-famed
The Files Of The Citizen and action and great executive Irish astronomer of the U. S. Naval
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe their intelligence to become acquainted I thought Planting j II prelate and philosopher born Wallace N.
at ,
I County. powers. The I born. Died Jan. 14, 1753.
with the reasons given by the I often bring results, but they S. Died in Washington, July 11,
garden as an
your :
A 30-foot banner with the words i
second class matter
Florida aa
Entered at Key
diminutive king for his renunciation of his I Are You a Booster or A Rooster are not always of the best. You outdoor living-room. We do not 1758-Jesse Lee, the pioneer 1909.
FlFT-r-SIXTli YEAR should work in strong advocate building a high wall ,
always a Methodist
preacher who
throne.In. has been provided by the helped
around It. but a line of hedge In I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
Mexber .t .ke AM_Uled ITeuVbe Oversea Highway Association and light and in dark moments do not two or three places will give the If introduce Methodism in New England
Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to 'us. June, 1932, the control of Siam was is stretched across Duval street brood over perplexities. separate unit Impression and add chaplain of congress, his- FUNERAL HOME

It. .r or rtpublication not otherwise of credited all news in dispatches this paper credited and alss tft> seized by a group, which demanded a from the record story of the Rene- much-to Its.individuality. ( torian of Methodism, born in EttablUbed 49 Years
the local news published tars.NATIONAL constitutional monarchy. The King "n'I4 do the San Carlos. The 48.; Third, 197; Fourth, 5-1.; Fifth; tTHE e e Prince George Co.. Va. Died at Key West's Oldest I
154, making a total of 493. It is SOIL la ready to work If It
Hillsboro Amb U. Service
Sept. ee
banner shdtbsa: picture on the will crumble when squeezed in
in favor of this" consented to the
ready at
EDITORIAL re the opinion of employes" Licensed EoikaWer"
road to the mainland and the pur- the hand. Much harm is done by
JJ ASSOCIATION main with the understanding that. a' constitution pose is to be an urge to the vot- polls that there will be few and working the soil which Is wet 1789.-Jean P. David, noted; Phone lab HI... 8M-W
C/f L..e..m..b..eA 1935 mighty few of these ballots and the hand Is the best test we
would be established "so the people ers'to' come out in full force and Trent sculptor born. Died Jan.
the bond issue.A : know.
--- RATES- -- vote on the bond issue during to against ) . |14. 183C.:;
.aDlCIUPTIO: would have a right to have a voice .in ,
iJne Year __.._. .. $10.01 !! I I
---- --- day. that Is in the PiratesCovefishingCanipPirates
Fix idonlhs ,.ot administration and in matters affectingthe i soda water wagon owned bY' ground is sufficient for most 179--WilIiam Lyon Mackenzie
Three Month.
the West Bottling Works and seeds. Too much moisture Cove Florida
.11I welfare of the may
lane Month. people. Today ballots! of progress are Canadian journalist and political
I the rot the seeds and cause the seedlings
Weekly .Zt of the ?street cars of Key West
one 20 Miles From Key on
In the of being cast throughout Monroe to damp off after germina reformer born in Scotland. }Diedin
hope "achieving stability"and West Electric company collided to- I
ADVERTISING lUTES county. Property owners, aware I tion. Damping off Is a fungus Toronto. Aug. 28, 1861. the Overseas! Highway
Made known on application. effecting the change without "any day shortly before noon at the,
upheaval" of the far reaching effect the approval disease that flourishes when the SWIMMING POOL
SPECIAL AOTICIS corner of Ann and Greene streets,I! soil Is too wet. I
resolutions Prajadhipok held his office but, of the $2,650,000 bond issue 1801 New I CUISINE
All reading notices cards of thanks et I almost the city hall. The f . -Joseph Francis. FINE
ru'pf'f't.. .. rats rkltuary<
Xotlcra for entertainments by churcnes from whlcs had no intention of making the the keys and Key West, began this water and about half of the load the soil starts your garden off of life-boats and life-saving apparatus Write or Telephone for
t revenue I Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. morning, immediately after the I! on the wrong foot A little extra born in Boston. Died
The CliUen In an forum and Invites discus was lost. Fortunate one was in- Reservations
time spent In doing a thoroughJob
promise good he quit. That he is sincere sanction the
tfoii of public Issues and subjects of local or general polls were' open, to May 10, 1893. '
Interest' but It will not publish "anonymous, communiutI must be admitted when he asks for no "dis- proposition submitted to them by,jured. eaves a.great e e deal. later on. j' Rates $5.00 to $7.00 Per Day
da American Plant
the county commissioners. While THERE ARE several reasons for 1822 Thomas B. Read sign-
turbance in the country on behalf" and I -
my The committee arangements
on .oJ
the outcome of the election is one the failure of Indoor seedlings
for the bridge tea which is to beheld I __ .. _._ _ _
insists "if
that should u - -
any one use my of tho'e! two and two makes fourcertainties grown Indoors. Lack of sunlight -- ---- -- - .
TilE KEY WEST CITIZEN name in this connection it must be under- there is nothing being at the Casa Marina on the aft.I is one. Too much or too little CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF- r.
for the benefit water and sudden changes In
of ernoon of March 21, -
stood that it would be without my agree- left undone to have cast one of the Country Club, are working temperature are among other THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
WILL always seek the truth and print it the largest votes\ ever, recorded I reasons.
ment, approval or support." and its;; betisveA'tha, "fJie.'anticipation : hatd for success. Those desirIng -., . e KEY WEST ,.
without fear and''without favor; never be Here is of constitutional , picture
afraid to attack to applaud right a ]. with Mrs. Norberg Is ,when they have made Comptroller' Call ,
wrong or ; bard,.for,,this je) 1-lltY'llI,,,,be \rea <,
democracy, at a low ebb in the opinion of zed.. : 1 Thompson.. MBS.. B.< Curry Moreno their first pair of true leaves. RESOURCES
always fight for progress; never be the organ ( fIt., 'f'), ,. i. 5 The first leaves are the pair of
? many dictators and people,. defended by a : .' or-Mrs. Clifton C. Bailey.r lative seed leave which are entirely Loans and Investments .. ....,,.| 305,639.43Overdrafts
or the mouthpiece any person clique : '.1 "" to.reservations ..._. .....
itll'absolute I : j different from the true leaf. . :_ 71.61eanking
man, who was once a king, \ jJ / :: a close hatch of the tl s S a... "
faction or class; always do its utmost for the , (House Furniture
. bores .in theieinitytgf(: ) ", Key; . ... ._ '
powers! Editorial l Comment EACH YEAR sees many new and and Fixtures . .._ \. 33082.33
public welfare never tolerate corruption:: or officer toast : Formerly
; customs apd! Improved varieties of flowers and Bonds of States and Pos'I\.
when a man failed at everything .
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; guard men succeeded in makings vegetables. America now leads sessions! of the United -' J '.If.
SHE KILLED HER SON large haul this morning. The seizure else he started a newspaper. Now'he the world In the production of States ...._....._ 139.376:08:
ccmmend good done by individual or organization consisted of between 1,500 needs money and experience. j I new plants through the work of Other Bonds: and Securities 74,204.03

; tolerant of others' rights views and and 2,000 quarts of whiskey, II I Its many hybridists.. . Stock of the Federal Reserve -
Over in England the British Govern- Rank _..._. _.._ 6,000.00Temporary
and wines, including Lenten service will be held in ?--
opinions; print only news that will elevate rums, cognac ADD a new shrub or two every
ment has released from prison, after serv- several brands of champagne. The St. Paul's Church Friday, 7:30. year. A few perennials each Federal De-
and not contaminate the reader fund
posit Ipsurance 1,934.01
; never com ing thirteen weeks Mrs. Mary Brownhill, seizure was made at Cow Key and o'clock. There will also be choir) season will eventually make a United States Government -
promise with principle.IMPROVEMENTS the boat on. which the contraband practice. The choir, which has 17, sizeable assortment at little annual Obligations direct
who was convictet of murder and seil- was brought in was also taken.f members will be present with the expense.AN . s s t and fully guar-- '

tenced to be hanged. She had committedthe Two men who were on the key, director, Leroy E. Blackwell, in' ATTRACTIVE well,plants J anteed ._._....._....__832744.73
"mercy-murder" of her thirty-year old but who were not seen handling I charge. garden will add from ten to Cash and due from Banks 495.1C8.97 1327913.70"
FOR KEY WEST any of the booze were advised to thirty per cent to the selling
son, who was not normal and who had required make themselves scarce and immediately From early in the evening until -I price of a house. A single tree 1888235.79
will often make a difference of LIABILITIES
her constant supervision.At did so. 11 o'clock last night the carni-
...L- val crowds were having a happy several hundreds. e .of dollars.JOIN e Capital: ..__.___._ .$ 100000.00
the age of sixty-two the mother Surplus and Undivided Profits __ 55007.42
At 2:30 o'clock this afternoonthe time. The fine attractions local
garden club
many i your
1. Water and Sewerage. Circulation ..__ 100000.00
faced the necessity of an operation and vote in the bond election wa are doing good business. \ People who have an interest I.. Deposits ... 1633228.37
2. Bridges to complete Road to Main- could not face the possibility of leaving her counted by precincts with the following the same thing. are always pleasant -
I company.
land. results: First 40; Second.\ Subscribe to The Citizen. Il.o88.235.79v
afflicted in world which
son a might neglect s .

3. Free Port. him. So, in mercy and love, as she I -

4. Hotels and Apartments. considered, she gave him medicine which

caused his painless death. .
5. Bathing Pavilion. ,

6. Airports-Land and Sea. Such a case awakens varied comment. (
7.: 'Consolidation of County and City There are many who condemn the mother's' ; ....4 .:.. n kvfgg : \

Governments. attitude and think that the afflicted son ( t

should have been allowed to drag his ...,

- ---- existence additional
weary through yearsof

Cuba is on the bomb again.If unconscious living. There may be a few 5:7Wp :Y. : / ; V 4 kv le+YYC'Ggr;::s{ yr'M

who approve the mother's decision and ,

Huey Long has his way, the meek courage. The former will be generally regarded : *

WILL inherit the earth. as human and merciful, the latter ft*. *fc.

as heartless and cold-blooded. However,

The joke is on the neighbors' chickens we wonder.

when you fail to plant a garden. I ..

1' : /
Huey Long and Father Coughlin had -

.. better look to their laurels for General Newspaper advertising enjoys the # .. E .

Hugh S. Johnson has signed up to be acolumnist. greatest patronage of any form of adver- : x .Fy :

tising. Huge corporations spend tremendous t I'll never let down
you .
sums every year to inform and ;r se.

King Prajadhipok is now the Princeof lead the buyer. The press delivers the

goods and gets the bulk of the appropriation.
ukhodaya.5 Insofar<< as the linotypers .
are concerned;that.' oing from the fryingpan 116,1 e ta t r 7

to the fire.F The situation in Key West is the ? 1 I' t ;!4f 4\\
ti f 1 ? Is
same as everywhere else. .JI re The Citi-
., 'in 9' : t r
You can do YQur part in the...t pbuihlI zen is the best form of publicity, as well .>,

I Ins of Key J West by'. 'Helping t I to make it the as the cheapest. Merchants'' Svnb. delSy ZtJ:33AtJ

best town in Florida in* which} to raise i boys their advertising because,they do noi '.intend 1 : / :

and girls. No city has a greater challengethan to outspend cigarette manufacturersare \

this. losing business through their failure.It lt : -,

is better for every advertiser to be- I ''omuoun XLIZStfliItI

Something of a new idea was ad- gin modestly and expand than to begin Q

vanced the other day when a speaker said extravagantly and lose his money, and

that the people of the nation ought to appreciate most: costly to his business, his faith in the T { /

what the big bankers did for us power of advertising. If there is anythingon 44{ .t There's nothing f friendly about the *mellow-ripe center leaves. And 1 '

. in the years that have passed.If the market today that has been put
bitter of toam made of these fragrant,
o\er without advertising we don't knowit sharp, sting unripe top expen- ;
kcal ,,xa
employers are paying their employees is. Every merchant realizes this: even basso leaves. There's nothing friendly xsive center leaves, only

sufficient money why does the if he doesn't emulate the example of those '
irritate throat. I'll R"
bottom Til not
gt about the grimy, flavorless j : your
local relief administration permit em- who put things over.HONORINC.

ployees' wive: and strangers at that, to I '$. leaves. But there's wealth of friendnever let you down. I'm your best

work on the relief when local women can r'i i
do the work as well? Tim is a question f aMen FfqS

that has been propounded to The Citizen and women who w'igh'tb pay tribute I ils .a J

many times. to their mothers can do : ;M:<:'
& _
all efforts to make motherhood t for I 7"":'" : '
_..' >.":<':::;"::I' .. 4: .'..\J"v..
Adopting the old Spanish siesta custom mothers. : .' <:: .;AiZ'>" u:'': .:.: ::: ., -. : 1;' c .-.....-.-
the Key \"e.t federal administrationis The annual loss of life through* improper :- ifi' ',";r=J 'StrASil.asMwfi.plR.

giving two hours off for lunch, an innovation prenatal and post-natal care is a C
generally approved. If we eat reflection upon our people which should .i k? ..
any lunch at all, in summer it makes us I not be permitted to continue.It .

too sleepy to think during the next hour. is fine to remember one's mother "

Key West is ahead of mot American cities I on Mother's day but how much more fit- LUC THE CENTER LEAVES

Another custom we approve is the British, ting would it be if through our efforts CENTER LEAVES GIVE YOU. THE MILDEST SMOKE .

closing: the stores and offices for the dayat some little child was given the life of his

4 }p. m. every day so everybody can go or her own mother. If adequate care is

off for tea and tennis. But the Americansare assured, thousands of American mothers

too slow to get their work done by 4, will be alive at the end of 193G and taking 1d1i B&zt

and too sluggish to play tennis afterward. I I care of their children. Without needed I i4p' .
-PEB in Tampa Tribune. !attention !they!! vill be; dead.. _, _; .' ';.'. .... .. -
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captaincies of Section E and C, to .eeeeeeeeeei........

I COLLEGE CONCHS Mario Calleja and Norman Art.

I man. Mario's team, which has CLASSIFIED

Joe Torano and Billy Warren on
(!Special te Tke Cltlea) its roster, has been winning, ,
I )
3TXOPS13! V*. Montana. KU. enough aimed, below the left shoulder GAINESVILLE, March 12.- emerging the victor In three of ..... ..................

Brother lard Koitta PoecitcJ ore; on and tkt tkt tigt itetl-of : but with a light tinkling sound 1 Robert Dopp representing SectionD the four games they have played. MISCELLANEOUSREAD

"lttI' Yullty of ,". Head. T*fy art the blade snapped In two.The point. of Thomas Hall, was defeatedby Section C has had an even breakin
tkert beeautt Mateo KubrU tcttktrftom no doubt. had struck a rib bone. Martin Setzer, New Dormitory,
Montana tried to do tktCkurck I its contests. the advertisements in The
"Francisco!" screamed Felipe."Devlir in Intramural wrest-
a signal tenice, fta* been a Dormitory
dtvilith General Sidney Berkowitz maintains a Citizen. You will find it a
r'alJf..tcl bv the out-
ling match. "Sicky", though
Ettruda and condemned t. a living ... -. -- deep interest in Sanitary Engi- profitable diversion. tf
detk in the llUUrino volte*. Nose And he hurled himself right at the I classed, fought a hard, clean bat-
they art lent eking two iiard. nerd other. ................................ ......... ....i tle and received great applause neering. Sid will probably be the
tiring of fritonert toward ALL MAKES RADIOS REPAIRED -
a long first to install these necessary projects -
had the strength the lengthof
tkt saucy ..f ranee: ont mlttreattwoman Felipe from the gallery. by authorized radiotrician.
a and Uontana it prevent arm, and a knife which was un FOLLOWING THROUGH in Key West?
'/d from tkooting kin by Rotita. broken. lIe had the relentless vigor The-Physical Education Depart- Emory Pierce is studying photography Work guaranteed. 1107 Varela
OPEN TONIGHT has diamondballact street Phone 8C6-J.
ment assigned
of a bulldog too. But Francisco was and plans to take undersea
Chapter 34 as wily as a snake. lie could not pictures of the piscatorial tribe In feb23-lmox
FIGHTTHE run. because of the rope that tied I. ,CBy JOVE) will take place each afternoonand their habitats.

guards were kicking the woman him to his companion. But he could S55aS5S555SS..a5 555S.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SMALL CHARGE WILL BE night.A The first week's offering finds WANTED
use that rope to Jerk Felipe off I----------------- -------: i iII committee of the Fire Depart- Emory P. and "Sicky" still going
to her feet again laughing. balance.A I am greatly pleased to e e.that, ting diamondball i ; clubs together MADE AT GATE FOR ADMIS. ment which visited the shows in strong for the Misses Yates. Billy WANTED, chance to bid on

Then.with a shouted command they long slash had ripped open the William Cates has made the'grade!' '|I II and so far the recreation, -administration Fort Lauderdale claims that the W. still watts patiently for an answer your next printing order. The

started the string of the condemned breast ot Francisco. But he had wit for various reasons. First, I was and garage: departments SIGN TO GROUNDS act is worth a dollar of anybody's from Tallahassee. As Emory Artman Press. aug7

forward into the throat of the ral- enough to spring far to the left and the first man in the city to give have formed clubs. The recreation money. This act has traveled with told U5:. "It doesn't pay to keep

Ie,. throw his body to the ground. Felipe Cates a chance to play ball and department has some good pros- all the larger circuses, and has 'em waiting." Little Georgie can BICYCLES

But the two guards did not follow toppled after him met In falling by that was years ago at the old pects on their club. Jack Matthews The Krause Greater Shows, I worked as a free attraction at take a piece of that advice. An

Immediately. They seemed to real- the up-jabbing knife fragment In the Army barracks. Then I created the Moreno Wallace and Lar- which is being sponsor*] by the i large state fairs. nie's lost and now there's a long : WE RENT by the Hour Day or

lie that whatever the lips of the hand of his fellow. idea to give him a chance to go sen, are being kept under close Key West Fire Department will i For the small admission to the wait between answers from Tal I Week. Repair all makes and
like tom
valley closed over would never pass They rolled together two up for a tryout. That was the first watch by scouts of the Busy Bees tonight United street between I grounds carnival-goers will see I II ; ly. Two of the horsemen: have become paint them with Nu-Enamel. We

through them again. They remainedto cats.The fight was as brief. Big! Felipe week in January.I and Lopez ten. In the -administration open Margaret on and William I something worth while for their I II air minded, to wit, George!I carry a full supply of parti

argue heatedly: over some money on his! back his throat well department, those who shouldbe mone.y and also help the firemen and Billy "Akin" says he went Agent for the Rollfast Bicyclesand
which one of the rascals held In his lay opened a dozen other Jagged wrote and spoke personally to watched are: Archie Roberts. streets, with eight big riding devices I defray this expense, it is 'hown. 'I' up also but as yet there are no sell them as low as '1.00
Mike Gonzalez about him. I made
fist. wounds In his breast from the rapid several collections for him and Manucy, Demeritt, Cooper and and eight high class midway The Fire Department wants to I witnesses and we all know "Akin." per week J. L. Stowers Music

Perhaps It was the overplus out knifework of Francisco and Fran Pena, four of which were at the others. In a couple of games Vie shows, and a number of merchan. make some money for its organi- Nothing on Lance and Jack H. Company janl8-lmo
of which the officer of the Rurales cisco pouring blood dragged him diamondball I Mill!! be able to tell a little more dise concessions.The zation, which the members are as- They work in the dark, but we'll -
games netting $25.80, I
had been cheated. self up and sat on the body of the about these players. I have not sured of doing by making the get them some fine day. Norman FOR SALE

But Montana as he watched saw dead man. then an $8.00 collection among a seen the garage department in action firemen and Mr. Krause small charge at the gate. There Lowe is losing terribly. Only 29S I
the I
few fans and $5.45 at Navy
a chance for action stranger than but I have heard that they have gone to a big expense in will be no charge for small now. Almost a midget. Oh yes!I FOR SALE-Ford dump truck.

anything he had ever dreamed of HE untied the rope from his left Field this making a* total of $39.25.Of have a good ,club. We? will wait, adding a band an4 high class free dren accompanied by parents chil-1 Jack H. wrote to New York several Good condition. New tires and

before. He looked at the friar still amount $15.00*wast( given I and see,them' \yhenthey P Y..t"I I attraction for these 'doings and in Mr. Krause has played here times to no avail and when 1935 license: $60.00 cash.
and therbaJanc'e tbT Gates.
lost profound1''pr yer. "Well"said Francisco"I am done Pena [ orde'f"to" this''added fore and'is of the showmen .
.r---: .' "' cover expense 1 ,' one I' he was about to give up, he found Apply Key West Service Station
lie looked Quizzically at the girl: for. But that doesn't matter. I sit on After all arrangemenls"weremade. ; I there will be a small 'charge, madeat I who tries very hard to allow the that the gal was still in the old Eaton
probably for the.'test, Joe Williams :1 t'" As to the: female division of em- corner, ,QrinnHAand
the gate for admission to the I committee an opportunity alwaysto home town. We don't see very streets. rnarl2-ltx
came to t tovyn an'd'sent Catesto ployes 'of the FERA, 'they have . . ,
: grounds, but for this there: will make an appreciable sum of much of L. T. B. these! days. It -
> also their clubs and in
Brooklyn wherehe. accordingto formed a
_c be'' seen' one"of the foremost! free, money wherever he plays. Every looks like the one time "sheba"has LEAVING CITY-r-must; sell at
the last has made the few days will see them in action. -
_f.f. rade reports'-AAt": -JAJ The social department: ,ten attractions ,in the country :it is thing will be in readiness for the him well under control. once: -Brand, new, occasional
:! stated. The free 'act, will include) \big opening tonight. On accountof 'table, 26''incles square.' : Top
Mrs. Eva Warner
captained by
II the Flying Melroras, six people, rain and the lateness in arrivalof Prof. Paul A. Witty of Northwestern made of beautifully inlaid wal
In couple bf will and has the following stars:
a years one of which is a funny clown who several loads by ferry.- it was University declares that nut. Originally sold for $15. Will
read about his great playing at Juanita Mayg. Anna Corcoran.
: Lc ; ,will do death-defying stunts in impossible to open Monday night. there are not more geniuses among sell for $7. Phone 340.
Ebbets Fi 'd. Polo Grounds, Julia Sweeting, Alice Jones Doris
Sportsman's Park and other big Sawyer Kelly Mrs. Baker, Oslin i I mid-air on the flying trapeze. This I Lit was explained. boys than there are among girls mar2-ltx

league grounds: with 30 to 40 and others. -- --- ---

thousand spectators cheering him '

and we may live long enough to The recreation department has

hear of his playing in a World's stars Misses Kerr,
the following :
Series. He will be to Key West Knight, Yates. Curry, Farto Diaz;
I' what the Dean brothers have beer
Borrato Mes-
Silveira Finder ; [
to Oklahoma City. When he comes
dames Demeritt, Perkins and oth-RELIABLE \
I j home our hero will be met at the ers. So when these two clubs FIRMS

C- ,_ ,_. ,. station with a brass band and the' meet it is a sure bet that the fur

_w / -- _ whole city to welcome him home.,'I is bound to fly. I will give the :

time and date of these great con-
I am calling a meeting of the
tests through this column.

diamondball ernoon at 2 league o'clock for at the Friday recreation aft.-' I fc Who Offer Their Customers Service and Satisfaction

A machine to measure the
department. There are about; % s .
clubs in the, speed of the reflex action of auto
four ready to start I'i...........SS.eISII. .......................oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiHEADQUARTERS .>I..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSWEET <
second half and at this meeting a drivers has been made. action -
c '
Ulartirtt"A is of the nervous functions -. :I DELICIOUS :I .
,. .. schedule will be drawn and play one I :
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will start March 18. I suggest thata : with which intoxicants inter- I CLOVER
"A gift for you Fellpel .. ....... small amount be charged at the! fere. ... 1 : MARINE CURIOS :
stands so that at the end of the I
then be started down the slope behind '- season! the players and all persons : SOUVENIRS :
the rocks swerving quickly connected with the league will ,
the big halt-wit now. It only the
from one to another until he was senor could see how 1 sit now! If you have something to show for theii: HOTEL Fishing Tackle, Kodaks- p: NEIGHBORHOOD STORE S
very close to the spot where the two tell efforts. This will at the *same andFilrnsDiamonds ,
really see Juan-Silva. amigo
still argued. him how I won the fight-and witha time abolish the system of mating -: In the Center of the Business OVER-SEAS Same quality and weight as
I Watches and other higher priced condensed
They were not men. They had the broken knife collections. I have the entries' and Theater District

faces of beasts. The evil that was In Here he choked suddenly. of two clubs so far assured!! an Transportation Co., Inc. Jewelry milk. .

them made them seem like two lie bowed tits head and leaned his they are the Busy Bees and th? First FAST and RELIABLEDAILY Watch and Jewelry -DISTRIBUTED BY-

blood-brothers. And now with snarling hand on the shoulder of Felipe.: Lopez ten. Adams expects t<) SeD'iLl. Rate
mouths and reddened eyes they The strength went out of him.The come in and Martinez is getting! FREIGHT SERVICEFor : Omr Ready-to-Serre Cake : Repairing TRUJILLO BROTHERS 3

threatened each other. arm which supported him began! to I I the Tropical club together. I hopi; COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEN All Information :and Pattrie are always fre.h! :

They uero still at it when the shake violently. i there other two clubs wil be read3, PHONE 269MJAS. .; Maloney & Peacock :: FRANK JOHNSON WHOLESALE GROCERY
{Kid stepped out from behind the "Who are your he breathed.El Garage ElevatorPopular :
by Friday.
nearest boulder. Keed.said the Kid. I Price D. BAILEY, Ageat :: PHONE 818eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : Colonial Hotel BIdg.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Division and Thomas Streetsh1..ISe.O.S..SSe.e.e.

"There's a better way. brothers" The head of Francisco Jerked The! FERA employes are get. 'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiSELECT :... :1 1I. .
be said. back. There was a loose-lipped gibbering ei ...'
; laughter in his face for :a mo- I --- - --- SEA FOODS : .
They started and faced him with HAPPY DAYS ARE

one movement. Both were armed ment. JewfJ.h. 2 Ib*. 3Sc : JOHNC.PARK INSURANCEOffice ; HERE'I'
"So! he said. "And a great man
but only with knives, and that long- knows hew Francisco died." Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib*. 3Sc :

barreled Colt In the hand of Montana Gradually he sank down. His body Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib.. 25c : .4

held no higher than his tip.: rolled away from Felipe a half turn s'3 Grouper, 2 Ib*. _- -_ ._... 25c 4f 328 SIMONTON ST. : 319 Dural Street :
watched them both with a sJnsle! I - '
eye : 4
and ho lay still. One breath more Snapper, 2 Ib*. 25e .
ct; darkness. palled the dust up around his head. LI .1 ; Mutton FUk, 2 Ib*. 25c ..

"I've been hearing.said Montana: lIe shuddered.And that was the end. Large Select Oyster PLUMBINGDURO TELEPHONE NO. 1
"that only choice men can get; workIn !Montana untied tho bloody rope j jJ. t ;

the Valley of the Dead. my from the wrist of Felipe and threw FRESH SHRIMP 4

(friends r.n4.because-' 1 want to take the dripping thing over the rocks. ; CROUNh GREEN -THE- :: Try ,Yew Meal*..AtDelmonico

a look: at p P aco,:J've decided to Big Brother Pascual was running TURTLE MEAT? j

make a vacancyWhich one of you frantically down the hillside.! The -' '" i Restaurant
.,fitV Mackerel: f PORTEALLENCOMPANY j ,
to'dfefThey ( ,
ought girl sat on a sun-bleached stone and 1 ( B.dw'.uer'
stared at him: they stared looked! calmly on the dead.It ., L lalE;PROMPT DELIVERY I PLUMBING: _ SUPPLIES Beer ;- 'r"'I'' '

at the cnn. was she who explained when :1 LOWE FISH COMPANY (I' , ::1: Six Court :Diapers! !...,.!,":,"I ,
"You. :there." directed Montana, ,poor Pascual was gaping and stammering A1i'z PHONE 151S [ HONE"348' :F : ':...00..00.. SOc, "75c, and 8S.
"you with th3 frog face pick up that i at the slaughter. I,C :

length ot rope and tie It to tho wrist "You see. brother? These fools eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei I..SbSS................,s 1..4 keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeAttention
ot your partner.: killed each other. No one inside the Js-c ". ; S I: s
The thin: was done. valley will ever know that Montana _,J 5____ i i OYSTERS : AARON McCONNELL : IT WILL SURPRISE YOU :I II House wives!
":Oow. you on the right. tie the made them fight. And you-a poor .' .
other end of that rope to your priest driven out of the world because i p J SERVED ANY STYLE j: 538 fleming Street ,,:To see the PRETTY GIFTS :

friend. of many sins-why. you've ,. and NOVELTIES at ::
I I full of i W Extra large select, quart 75c I It. I We Are now offering 3
The man: obeyed. often told me you are II
sin. Pascual! t DODGE ECONOMY BRINGS!t. Standards, quart 70c : I j THOMPSON'S FREE :: grades of

""TMIE pair of you have knIves" "1 am-1 am!" stammered Pas : Watch
said Montana."1 sit here as the; cual. "But what does this mean?" J 'C Doctor : MARINE MUSEUM AMERICANCOFFEE

Judge. God knows that there's nothing -: "A way Into the valley don't you I ORDER FROM SOUTH POU: Oyster Sandwiches lOcI : : 324 Margaret Street : ;

so useful you can do as die. The seer said! the girl "JuanSllva f4 Filet Sandwicke lOc I' 4" :Things that your friends trill
guards inside his valley -at-
inner lives then. and I step Into keeps so many All Otker Sandwiches :
:: WATCHMAKER JEWELEH appreciate. Come In and see
his dead. So and
the sandals of the other rat Start! among many
You understand Or do you want me no more. Usually he gets the new I Byrd Expedition Operator Intercepts I Hot Souse Every Saturday': AND ENGRAVER them. :: 25c. 20c and 15c Ib.

to sift some lead Into your hides?" ones from among the prisoners but : See Him For Your Next Work : Your next Lobster Crab DinJ :
The smaller of the two"seemed to this day two new ones walk Into the Broadcast . Sends World's Longest- WELLS' LUNCH ROOM :ner will be much more delicious I

take In the Idea first Ills knife came valley. The poor friar who repentshis I Distance Order 9,000 Miles To Detroit 900 Southard Street ALL PRICES REDUCED :'if it is baked and served In ourS STAR COFFEE MILLS ,

out In a flash as he said. "A gift for sin and wants to find a living : Hearst 9 to 12-1 to 8Animals Giant Scallop or Heart Sea
you.Felipe! death. eh? And El Keed himself." motorist are.wi, b- and I've handled 'em all." (BicnedClay ) PHONE 207-W :Shells. 512 Greene St Phone 256
And he Into his (CopvT3t. *n!, Harper 4 BrotkertlMantana EVERYWHERE of the Radioman U. S. N J : Open SeUnUy N2xnteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .
struck: the blade big. Bailey,
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companion. There was weight In to- powerful New-Value Dodge. But imagine Right back Cashed the Dodge an e '.e..sss.i.. ...... ...4 i .CeSCiCSeS..IeSaS eIC ftPLANTS
U caught a noose the surprise when this radio to the : ""Wilban I .
enough In the blow and Itt'U well aver returning explorer .
morrow. message from far-off Little America new Dodge awaiting 700." DINE AT THE .Bird Fish : PRITCHARD FLOWERS, J
-- --- reached the Dodge factory.from Radio Throughout big America, too, thi. .

........ Operator Clay Bailey,aboard Admiral ales response to this new Dodge i PLAZA RESTAURANT MOUNTED : VINES '
CS .
.. vice and
S S S 5S CS himself president mana- D)'rd's flagship. Mr.Bafley eleued: the most sensational in history. Neve; ; I FUNERAL HOME S '

Today In History ger because of his youth. "Picked up radio description last before each has any clear-cot car, so low-priced fadollarfor 1'' CECIL GRAYTAXIDERMIST : Cocoanut Plants each I5.3
given npremacy
right cf new Dodge that does Hibiscus Plants each
twenty IfyoC are aecwtomed to : ,10c.2Sc.
value And remember
........ ... -dollar
.s..5 of
55 and miles gallon
1885-(50 years ago) University can more order per now. Please gas.have with all its 95 basic advancements,th 1789-General Postoffice! t's- of Arizona chartered. place ray Boston big New.Valu. Dodg. deliver fa PLAZA Co.rt.i pIe _.. SOe to f UX
tablished by Coupe awaiting me on oar just a few dollars more than lowest_ THE a aor*! aaJ eaj -
congress. return to States. You can take in and : Poinsettia Plants 50c to SUM
priced cars. yat>te .sperI._.. :
sell old Dodge now. It was a : Fine Work At a Reason
of the my
1SS8 Bcjrinninc, great:
: : 1 Crotons each yu J
darned good car. After months of CHRYSLER MOTORS I EMBALMER 1
able PricePHONE
the I
1801-Join Pickering .Federal blizzard which roughing it in this sea and ke that new DODGE DIVISION BREAKFAST C C Turks Cap, each 25&.
North Atlantic coast and by which: 'Airgbde Ride' will certainly f..l p
Jtu'Re for the dHrict JTEW.VAI.UB DODGE US4 > C
of New Boses 'l.2j
all blizzards: since have been meas swell. Dodge has always been the Alt pnt.. C .. a 4dor 7. Der..*, aee>oto LUNCHEON : 20 A. .bmaBC. Service) : dozen _
Hampshire removed from .. ,
office I cfciatfe wftovf 110IIn. pevaMtfiI
finest and driving and moat
ured. i riding mdtt Ak tar 1k. um.m SUPPER
after impeachment before eI
economical car I hare ever driven A.cMot *CoauMfoaf CredW ftim I !'LADY ATTENDANTJPk :
S. Senate. I 801 Fleming Street SethFlo NorserjPkeae
1932-Ivar Kreuger. Swedish PLAZA RESTAURANT C '
5" Catterlaa St.
match-king and arch-swindler, CURTIS MOTOR COMPANY 80S Daval Street KEY WEST, FLA.1.l11111.l14. .*e 848 Merer 3W ::
1859-Equitable Life Assur committed suicide. .

ance Society started In New York j 210 DUVAL STREET
City by Henry B. Hyde, who called Subscribe to The Citizen, I .,. 5-

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.........................*......................)I........................ :I ........................ Each night's program will start at

.:. :-: SOCIETY : -: I'I.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee4 GIVEN PRAISE SALE PALACE TONIGHT
t>a prompt la paying CASA MARINAKey
I Mrs. R. A. Bissell, who was the
+ Nina de Lisa Leslie, Editress I spending a week at Miami and paper. H.wno pay deliver The Citlcea your CECIL CRAY MOUNTS NUM- Wetf Hotel De Lux*

other points on the east coast, returned 15 cent week for tie A one-cent sale on Penslar products I I The Heffner-Vinson Stock Com- American Plan
'PHONE 752-J I a paper
yesterday. and aella EROUS FISH FOR VISIT. will start tomorrow at the]i i pany, now performing at the II I 200 Delightful RoeW, each
................................................. I It to you for 20. Duval'street. 'I I with Private Bath
cent Hi profit for deliver.leg ING ANGLERS Oriental Pharmacy, 1000 [Palace Theater, presents on to
B. Curry Moreno, engineer i i. _.......
Many Prominent PersonagesAre 5 cent weekly oa each j' night's program the "It Girl," a' Evening Dinner $2.00
with the local administration re. subscriber. If Le i* not paid Hundreds of items have been]I I Luncheon r- L- 1.50
turned yesterday from a short liE lose. Not The Citizen.Today's society comedy in three acts. Afternoon Tea _ . . .50
Guests At Casa Marina I Cecil Gray, local taxidermist,I listed for this sale in which you!s r -
business trip to Mjami.\ ....e.e................. has been quite busy during the can buy two articles for the price Another feature O. .the_Palace's l : or a la Cart.

--- !!1)1', + _' ee........e.e.e.eeeee... season mounting animals, especially -II of one plus Ic. ',. 'j 'I 3' -hour program will:b!>>e"\ the! Palm-Shaded Sandy Beach with
Among the guests registered at, and they are enjoying it to the R. F. Lamm editor of, the fish, a number of which were A'n advertisement in this issue screen show, "Evergreen," star Casino
Casa Marina are a number of'full.The I Daily Mustard Seed who:waz,3ri Birthdays placed with him by enthusiastic I lists a few of the, many articles I II ring Jessie Matthews. Masseur in Attendance
very interesting people, and a' guest also includes Mr. and Key West for a short visit, left . anglers. : to be sold at le if purchased with All this week there will' be a I PETER SCHUTT, Mgr.x .
e e e eeeeee.a..see. I .
great many of them are from Mrs. John Green, of Pittsburgh, yesterday for Miami. Among those who selected him: another at the regular price. ] 3hour show at this theater.
quite distant places.G. Pa. Mr. Green is an expert angler U. S. Senator Arthur R. Rob- for his excellency of work were I I .

Blaine, of Bath, England, is: and,devotes a good deal of .Antopio.Cruz, who.was yisit' inson of Indiana, born at Ficker- Lieutenant and Mrs.\ Shattuck, -
a new arrival in Key West, and! time in pursuance of this sport. for svjb announces himself as enthusiastic!' lie is also a collector of shells, in Tain j>a\and Miami, returned had it mounted as a memento of!
about the Island City, its climate and is much interested in the yesterday. their trip to Key West.; I
and quaint foreign atmosphere. j species to be found locally. MJS.\ Maj. Gen. George S. Simonds, Their appreciation is shown in I

Dr. and Mrs.\ : George P. Glass. Green is being benefited by the Captain Leslie Russell Florida! U. S. A., .born at Cresco, Iowa, 61 a letter from Fort Moultrie, S. C., :
Cleveland Ohio have returned air and sunshine here. years ago.Adolph
of National Guard, in command of! signed by Marion G. Shattuck, and
for another visit here this year,' Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Perkins, Battery "E" at Matecumbe, arrived -'i addressed to "My Dear Mr. Gray;
having several seasons in'of Saugatuck, Connecticut, have
spent Lieutenant Shattuck and I have
for a brief visit with hiss) S. Ochs of New York
Key West in the past. Dr. and, been here for some weeks, and received the mounting of the amberjack -
family. newspaper publisher, born Cin-
Mrs. Glass recently appeared in Mrs. Perkins will be rememberedfor I cinnati, 77 years ago. and are immensely pleased -
the Cleveland Plain Dealer, withipictures i her splendid concert given sew with the work."
in connection with lha1! eral weeks ago at Casa Marina. Forest Johnson, who was
in West !
Key visiting relatives for
tropical flower show held here in I! She is a widely-known soprano, Annette A. Adams of San Subscribe to The Citizen.
February of which show they and other musical several days, left yesterday for'
among engage. lawyer, first woman to
were among the sponsors. Dr. ments has been heard frequently her home in Miami. j j be a U. S. District Attorney and

Glass has received numerous inquiries ! during radio broadcasts. Assistant Attorney-General, born
from prominent doctors, Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Gallo- Miss Alice Hazel Drake !left at Prattville Cal., 58 years ago. DOWNCOES ,.. .

throughout the country way, of Hubbards Woods, Illinois, yesterday afternoon for a visit of:; ..
ing the health benefits concern-I are recent arrivals. Both Dr. and a few days with.friends i in Miami. f.w+iir'a J. 4 DAYS ONLYSTARTING

rived, in Key West. Mrs. Galloway are enthusiastic -s--, .*" tJ""*ll*,! Daniel W. Hoan, Socialist; mayor
MV, and Mrs. George Bell! cyclists, and are to be seen daily Joseph Finder,*...h y.was'visiting of Mjjxswikee rn eefr there, THE PRICE OFSHAVING' ,

"f Ilinsdale, Illinois; have been visiting local points of interest on for a while with relatives, left, ,p4; years a o.Stt ..
Sruesl/lt'Casa Marina must ot the I their wheels. yesterday for Miami. ,, M -" -' *

8eai; iU 'They are to bc'sbch'! -'daily Governor and Mrs. Dave Sholtz ,'. I .. COMFORTs .. .
aL- the -Beach Casino and'are so and their family also guests at Henry Weathcfford left ,'ijEdward WhttFr.tCalir.: ,
pleased with Key West that they the hotel. are keen about the for Marathop\ after a stay' novelist born atf[($1i.J ill..tpiJs: 'Jl '--"Ji..t. l

have announced their intention of; bathing here, and almost every of several days with relatives.Dr. Mich., 62 .years ago.

returning for a lengthy stay also day are at the Beach Casino. Hundreds of articles in this great one cent sale: All high

next season. Mrs. E. II. Lake, of New York O. II. Denney who was Dr. William Darrach of New 1I grade merchandise fresh from the manufacturer. '
Colonel and Mrs. James F. Hall, City, is another devotee of swimming here conduct services the
to at York City, noted surgeon, born
of Washington I). C., arc new ar-; and bathing, and also fre- Congregational Church Sunday,1returned in Philadelphia, 59 years ago.
rivals. This is their first visit,j quents the Beach Casino. yesterday afternoon to"! f HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BIG VALUESGet

----. -- his home in Miami.
-- - ---
- -- -- j
I John Henry Nash of San Francisco our big circular for complete list

Judging OF Yards Contest To master-printer, born at 1 ,
Joe McMahon of the auditing-
I Woodbridge, Canda, 64 Toilet GoodsFace Family Remedies
: years ago. *
department of the FERA, left|
Take Place March 15
Friday, yesterday afternoon for Mate.' ,,i f t 1g Powders Creams Lotions Tonics, Laxatives, Dyspepsia

-- cumbe where he has been trans-, Philip Guedalla, English historianbiographer Perfumes Toilet Waters Medicines, Liniments, Tablets
The judging of the yards con-| one of the features of the tropical ferred. born 46 years M

test is scheduled to take place on flower show held some weeks i I I ASPIRIN TABLETSFinest Dia-Bisma Antacid Powderfor

Friday of this week, March 15th, ago but at that time it was decided Abe Aronovitz assistant city! SHAVING comfort bit an all- Quality 5 Grain sour stomach heartburn.
to postpone it until a later of Miami and brother ago.OVERSEA in price with the
and the third judge has been attorney V 50c 100-2 51c 2 ''51C
date. It has now been definitely I announcementofProbakiuniorthe Bottle of for for
I Morris, who were here for the HOTEL
named for this event, Mrs.\ Horace decided to have it take place this I remarkable new double-
funeral of their aunt Mrs. Fannie
r Mouth Wash 50c Colonial Club
Tuttle. I week and the three judges, withan Grossman, left yesterday aft 917 FLEMING STREET vo edge razor W dc.! Think of it! Antiseptine Shaving
Mrs. Tuttle ia! member of the. escort, will view the yards on ernoon for Mjami. -Rooms- P You get 2$ keen.smoocb-shu. 2 pints for 51c Cream-2 for 51c
winter residential colony of Key; Friday and make their decisions. Ea ing blades, uniform in quality,
With Running Water $1.00 a for only S9l.You'll wonder 25c Nelson's Powder 50c Mag-Lac Tooth Pasta
West and will, with Much interest has been evincedin Baby .
Consul-Gen-1 Stanton Gardner who in Person; With Bath $1.50a how such fine blades can be
eral Carlton C. Hurst this contest, and the fortunate was Person 2 for 26c 2 for 51c
David nice, judge the yards of winner of the awards will be announced Key West for a while and enjoyed sold for so little money.
the city. I I immediately following a visit with his brother-in- WEEKLY RenovatedNew .RATES Probak Junior is the product. $1.00 Cod Liver Oil-Extra Vita- 75c Theatrical Cold Cream
Newly of unequalled manufacturing
This contest was to have been same. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. EquipmentNew methods and matchless kilL min Potency-2 pints for $1.01 1 pound tins-2 fop 76o _
Julian Langner at the home on
This blade is automatically
---- Caroline street, left yesterday for CLEANER Management HOTEL a c tempered ground honed and 50c Camphor Ice Lotion 50c Penslar Milk of Magnesia
Church Circle To /Miss Fitch Returns Miami.\! ANYWHERETYPEWRITING II I 4 stropped gives you wonderful 2 for 51c 2 for 51c

Hold MeetingThere I From Cuba TripMiss Lieutenant Commander C I IfR Junior shaving and satisfaction.TryProbak see for yourself.Get I Rubber Goods Fine Stationery

Julian Wheeler, U. S. N., of the, 'c\ them today from your dealer. 1 I I 2 for the price of one-plus a penny 2 for the price of one-plus a penny
will be a meeting of the Hermione Fitch, who with
office of director of naval communications ' I Probak Junior fits all Gillette
Daughters of King of St. Paul's her mother, Mrs. Graham Fitch,
left yesterday afternoon and Probak razors
Parish held tomorrow afternoon, are members of the winter colony !
beginning at .1 1:30 o'clock. here, has returned from Havana, after an inspection of the Hundreds of things you need. Buy one at the
unit at the naval
The meetingill: be held at the where she spent several weeks t
church, and all members are requested visiting friends. was station.the guest While of in Lieutenant Key West W.IB. he' PAPER regular price and get another like it for one cent
to be in attendance.: Mrs. Fitch and Miss Fitch are
Jackson, officer in charge,) real ,, 1 1PR
active in
social affairs of the city,
and Mrs. Jackson. .
Hams School P.-T. A. and on Sunday evening were

To Meet Tomorrow among the guests at Mrs. RobertT. 75c JUNIOR BAK ORIENTAL PHARMACY
Menner's buffet supper. Captain G. F. Rude, of the. I
Both of these ladies express United States Coast and Geodetic I 1000 Duval Street

An interesting meeting of the themselves as pleased with Key Survey, who was in Key West on Package of 500 Sheets N AEG MAO.U M S Y.PAT.AT OFF.
Harris School I'.-T. Association is West and have announced their an inspection of the work being! OTHER PATENTS PINCINC
intention of remaining here for conducted the local units GOOD BOND
scheduled for 3 o'clock tomorrow by under QUALITY
some weeks yet. Lieutenant W. H. Bainbridge, --- -, - .
afternoon in the school audi -- -- - ------ -
left yesterday. While in Key PAPER
I I as there will be some important \Vest> he was the guest of Lieutenant (
t I'' A large attendance is expected things come up for discussion. and ills. Bainbridge at -THE-

-- --. -. ----- the home on,,Carojjne ,street.Children's .

........................ ARTMAN,PRESSCitizen
i ish
conquistadores and the buc lfoSATIONAL:
'Riding The Rainbows i caneers. The golden dublooms of Colds PRI8EBOEJlHEblir .

........................ I pirate treasures have been found I t4nV Yield quicker to Bldg.PHONE .
Continued i here and other caches are still De- double action of
( Page One) .
fe,'v. dreamy moments far too ink sought on nearby keys. II a V. ICKS'VAPoAuB 51IFiremen's On Glassbake
I "And find the modernin Cooking War.e
short, we have floated down over we most -, -- ,
the southern! tip of the United a governmental experiment
I 1 now, you prefer
States to this semi-tropical isle I j I[in which the Federal Emergency I p
which lies in the blue waters of Relief Administration has taken -

the Gulf of Mexico. I I over the entire city for rehabilita IIIIIIII "IIIIIIIII 'l
1 "The earth below pivots around I tion. And the evidences of pro-

as we circle for a landing. The gress are remarkable. Thanks to
colorful mosaic over which we'|>I those in charge, Florida Emergency -
have dreamed along condenses in- i j j Relief Administrator Julius Carnival & Fair
to the well-known silhouette of' Stone and local Administrator M. S _
the surface. The picture, comes I!I E. Gilfond. Uncle Sam as a clean-t

up to meet us-we are on the I er-up, a builder, a daddy and I Will
Open Tonight I IS
sparkling waters of the harbor. I'|I housekepcr of a city, is doing a

"We move toward the shore, 'I good job.
with the silver spray of thea-!'I "If you want to see him with United Street, Betweenfargaret. and William Si

ters sparkling past our windows.i i his sleeves rolled up ride the rain

We step out into the seductive,: bows to Key West."

sunlight, with the strains of lively.i KRAUS GREATER R SHOWS
Spanish music in the air. j i MONROE THEATER Eo I Ii
"We are in Uncle Sam's southernmost Joan Bennett-Charles Rugglesin

city, that unique blend of j - i MIDWAY
marine sub-tropical atmosphere, The Pursuit of Happiness! I
the marriage of the earth and sea, !' -Also--

called Key We!'t. 1 i Murder In The Clouds i I $ The Flying Melzoras I

"And here we find histor)'. run- Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orchestra

ning back to the days of the Span- 15-20c; Night 15-25c Six People, Including the Funny Clown, Will Do &I

\\1l\ttl l tlul//l/, 'I+ Death Defying Stunts in Mid-Air on the




Guides Food and-Boats Fishing AvailableSea I FREE EACH AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

Boating Be'
f I No For Children
: There Will Charge Small
Reservation, Po
I Phone 598 White and Eliza Streets
Office. Ramrod Key Accompanied By Parent

Accessible Ramrod by Rail Key or Auto to LET'S ALL GO AND HELP THE FIRE '" "Your home worthy of the best" ... '

fprJcur HEALTH! \ Camp Boats
i $5.00 Per DaJ'-

/// tnttllllrtt \ American Plan



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Invalid characterNot valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
Invalid character
Not valid first byte of UTF-8 encoding
'12054' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHFfileF20090305_AAAYIT' 'sip-files00245thm.jpg'
'10167' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHFfileF20090305_AAAYIU' 'sip-files1935031201.xml'
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
'2018-05-30T14:18:52-04:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "".
'10314' 'info:fdaE20090304_AAALHFfileF20090305_AAAYIX' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00452.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_AAALHFfileF20090305_AAAYJA' 'sip-filesUF00048666_00452.xml'
xml resolution