The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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For Associated 55 Years Service.Press Devoted Day to Wire the tEb e. l{eP! W- cst-" (1t13tfl< t most country Key West equable; ,with Florida weather*an, av h

Best Interests t of Key West range of only 14 Fahn



History- Repeated In Senate M'NARY HAS BUSY .CHANGES IN ,FERRY SAILINGS TO i Talk Of Right-Wing Third Party


Row On Anti-LynchingiBill OF SENATE BODYFACED ]r. -- Brings Smiles From PolitickVEGETABLES

It Changes in new' ferry policies "wa* said this morning. Effec.tive .
I -- -- ,
.-.. I which were to go into effect Monday \ -;;. Monday the ferry will maLe -

I I were announced this morning(::;'only one trip per day leaving No! I'III.I'II.I'I
ARE Prevalent!
Only Difference In Mat NAZI WEDDINGS, WITH JOB OF PROVIDING 'I by the ''Key West Administration I"Name Key at 9 a. m.. northbound. Propaganda

I[ Ferries. will stop on call at hog :: and Lower Matecumbe Key; couth- VEGETABLE GARDEN

ter Concerned Principal; FALL.SHORT OF LEADERSHIP FOR'I Key each day in the week, rather bound, at 2 I'. m. Two southbound PRODUCED WITH I UNDER CULTIVATION Connection With Mo\

GREAT SPLIT.UP BUNCH OF than three times weekly as was" trips and one northbound ,
Actors Involved In Controversy I planned earlier in the ",etek. : trip will be made Sunday. ment Makes But Lib

OFFICIAL GOAL FOLLOWERSBy If autos or trucks ar. aboard ,i i Meanwhile figures showing the ;: GREAT SUCCESS' Bean. Plenty of beans, I

the ferries either northbound or i increase in ferry traffic during; :i looking more like miniature Impression

I southbound wanting to land at the season j ji'ft closed as compared -, fishing poles than a delicious :

ADVERSE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS HERBERT PLUMMERBy IlIosr. or Marathon Key the fer,I with the previous season were MANY ARE CROWN AT EXPERIMENTAL legume which can be plucked
will in at the Otherwise announced 1 the West Administration cut in sections, washed and
( Asessiatrd Press put slip. I| by Key By BYRON PRICE
By HERBERT PLUMMER BLAMED FOR Probably ferries will there onlyif which the' FARM CON are ready for the pot in a .
WASHINGTON May 3.- \ stop :| operates resist f llBrejv The A. clacedrm :
.._..... Pr...) SITUA'I few .. ..
(lly A automobiles the anJ ferries. minutes. > *% *! .( >
WASHINGTON. May 3..-One TION AS NOW the man with the most difficult These emcuVnt vegetables Talk of a rifbl-winf third
can be seen from the ferry chan-i i During the! six-month period

conld Lays foretold day aliead LATIVE TO MATRIMONYBy task on Capitol Hill these I, nel. Autos should be on the slip i I from November to April. inclu- i UP TRUMBO ISLAND are, some of them one yard party in which old-line democrats

[ not later than 10:30 a. m.. for 1 rive, G.lti) automobiles. carrying in length and are growing in
with a reasonable decree of ac the yard of M. J. Mesa 721 could battle against what they regard -
days is the tall, dapper leader of| the northbound trip and not later 18,804 pa senprers used the ferries. I

curacy what would happen-and RUDOLF JOSTENBERLIN j than :5 p. m., for the southbound !. This compares favorably with !! Vegetables to the value of more I Division street along with as the dangerous policies of
Ass.eIsCrd Press) that thinned republican side of trip. !i figures for the same period! in the than $125 were produced on the I II other vegetables which are a I
did the senate when (fly I the Roosevelt administration
happeDa treat to the beholder. ,
3.-Nazi eugenics aisle in the I I As soon as traffic warrant ; 1933-31 sca-on when only 2.031: I !
May conducted
the dividing political : experiments farm by i
Among the other varieties
the Costigan-Wagner anli-Iyoeb. j ferries will be returned to their autos carrying! C.335; passengers :' snakes a.'jnost no i impression m
; experts are viewing' with senate-Charles Linza McNary I i twice-a-day 'ceiling schedule it 1 I utilized the service of the ferries.FLORIDA'S the Key West Administration: on I which Mr Mesa has under I
,lag bill' made its formal appearance ; Trumbo Island during the month cultivation are onions, sweet* .t Washington.
alarm the failure of 300,000 f ____ ----
before that body of Oregon. -- -- i of ApriL A report to this effect peppers com, eggplant tomatoes When Governor Talmadfvof

identical .couples to marr ." While he doesn't carry the CHILD\1))WAS S RELIEF has just been received by Administrator -I tiring beans* turcips, ,
The setting wa almost They consider'the world war aspartly ; CURRY \ M. E. Gilfond. carrots, lettuce, and broccoli.; < I Georgia denounced Mr. Roe 'e tas
with 'that' of '1922 when the DyerbilL'lhe'counterpart burden on his shoulders that Joe- an eatresie radical. and predicted .
responsible: for a hitch in J For some time the administration -!1TI.I'I".4TI"P".II..6J
of the Costi-! the democratic ; there would .be a third and
the "be fruitful and muftiply" Robinson of Arkansas led, .tsoeLetrd; Irrss !I has been experimenting on !

gan-Wagner measure was up for program because a great declinein leader. does, nevertheless I' W WASHINGTON May 3.- I i vacant property of the railroad to ':' IN TIME OF PEACE i; presumably more conttrvativa

consideration.. Th. only difference expected after LARGE NUMBER PAY FINAL Federal relief grants an- i determine which vegetables] could' ticket in the field .in 1936, mostexperienced
marriages trials about as greatMcNary
his are I
I be grown there, and the quality'I PREPARE FOR GAS I IENGUSH'SLOGAN
concerned the principal TRIBUTE TO CHARLOTTE flounced yesterday by Admia- politicians mere'y
1936. is faced with the job j cf the rebultJ. So far these have ,

actor. ,I One of them. Dr. H. Burg- of providing the leadership for! ELAINE ELOISE CURRY ittrator Hopkins. included: j been gratifying. I j ji smiled.

In 1922 it was the late Oscar doerfer says the low birth rate the most split-up bunch j $1,119,830 for Florida.! i The vegetables are distributed They could not picture M\ -
Underwood of Alabama who arose during the war is an "uncon-) perhaps ---- i i to relief clients just as are comi -" f fi Roosevelt's chief critics within liD
in the senate and served notice obstacle" in maintaining of followers one can imagine.} Funeral services for Charlotte i modities from the Federal Surplus i own party. such as Senator C ir
that not a lick of work would be J "record trend to, There are only 25 in his camp! Elaine Eloi'e Curry two and a L. HEMINGWAY/ Relief Commodities Corporation j I I'lo ELABORATE DEFENSE DRILLS ter Class, Al Smith and John! W

done until the objectionable bill the present thatlnumber half years old. daughter of Mr. those percons needing more of SUPPLY AUTHORITIES WITH; Davis either supporting repub': ,

was withdrawn. For days he had marriage registry offices." but those 25 present almost and Mrs. C. Sam B. Curry who i this type of food. |! cans or going; into any sort of
the clerk read back issues of the :: Many Thousand 'Missing I of problems for him. i i iThere's was killed in in automobile accident : : During April 797 pounds of to- DATA IN coalition with republicans.

senate journal until he had forced This trend. led to 366,17mar- Idaho for Tuerday afternoon. were : | mitoes were picked at the experimental PROTECTIVE SCHEMEBy : !I It just doesn't fit in at all! w.l.l:)

his point. I.I between May, 1933 and Borah of ex-j held in Ley Memorial church yes farm. Also 40 heads of j! : the lessons of exncrienee.!
In this instance it was the trio |i ample who boasts of the fact that? terday 4:30 o'clock.At 'BROTHER CF AUTHOR HAD cabbrge. :30 heads of broccoli. 40 j I II -- : Few Leaders Bolt

of Smith of South Carolina. Con-:: the end of 1S34, with the aid of! he "always rides alone." Thereis the church there was a large i BEEN IN CUBAN WATERS (' pounds of beans 241 pounds of I I TALBOT j 1 1n ,I To suppose that diaatLciulelements
of, matrimonial loans inaugurated by ;
nolly of Texas and Bailey friends the be-
of of
Hiram Johnson of California, concourse okra and 320 pounds of carrots. ( A.ssdaed Prrss. of a party ejstly can be
North earolina-iartic! the Adolf Hitler as a main pillar The of, who sits in the seat next to Mc reaved parents to hear the solemn' i FOR ABOUT 9 MONTHS The produce had a value of LONDON, April 30.-Peaceful persuaded to bolt is one of) the
latter-aided and abetted by the his repopulation scheme. words of the service a3 pronounced -,I : 12840. :I greatest fallacies in politics.It .
client! co-operation of a half-dozen figure is cited as proof of the Nary, elected as a democratic, by Rev. W. J. Martin. of Ix-y:i J .S. Rainey. working under J. 'I England, a wary ear'cocked on is quite true that party silo

or more southern senators, which''' plan's success. j i republican and an independent.. ;t Memorial and Rev. Shuler Peele.I''[ Letter Hemingway brother of Gerry Curtis u in charge of the the saber-rattling _across the narrow giance M not what it used! to be;

performed the task of wrecking.!! But Dr. Burgdoerfer finds that A Few. 'Rock-Ribs : of Fleming Street Methodist\ Author Ernest Hemingway, re- agricultural work.PlNEAPFllsTTO". I channel is.making,, activepreparat.eei. still it remains the rule, not t.

Bailey Is LOUT Talker j i: another 300,000! couples are "mis- Numbered among.the' 5alsoareNorris r church. At the cemetery a great i,turned to Key West yerterilay. .; I -tMjabilee: yearV -ftcepU, 1f.-- ...-.- .,

.. The.staLi!.., aerioys., Baileyofl{.-tg?--they *!ibuJd. have married, ... and- -'- number of people-"a cmbled to morninjr'from Cuba, afteV-remaininj i > protect her population from An examination of the election
Nebraska .Cutting
North Carolina proved himself) aj but didn't.- j i', of pay a last tribute to the departed ; in Cuban waters for about( : returns of any year will demon-

filibusterer of the.first rank in] Adverse economic conditions of New Mexico who'-detertc.i the I little one. i I nine months following his departure gas attacks. strate that only a minor percentage -

this struggle.; The son and grandson -- are blamed: These marriages; republican banner in 1032:> to help Evidences of love for the child ,, from this city last August AMOUNT OF 47 I Recent elaborate defense drills of the whole body of voters

of of ministers and himself i were due in 1933 but had to be elect Roosevelt. And there are a and :sympathy; for the bereaved in a small boat en route to Central I centering about the great Chisel, shifts from one side to the other,

for 14 years'editor of the Biblical,, postponed because of the depres few of those rock-ribbed republicans parents were eeen in the hundred* : and South America. : hurst Cave, a short distance even in times of political up-

Recorder the North Carolina sen.sion." he maintains.He 1,I to be found such as VickI of floral offerings at the church Mr. Hemingway; and his com ; CARUHIPPEDFRUIT from London supplied authorities heaval.

ator hammered away tirelessly for expects the run on the registry Austin of Vermontand ;nJ cemetery. I' panion. Bob Kilmo, bailed from : The percentage among leader?
inson of Iowa which
I from
with data country-
hours in opposition to the bilL i offices to continue until the Hastings of Deleware. ---- Key Wet on the night of Satur i a is even smaller Only a handful of

Most of the time he reminded second half of 1936, "when the I Under normal conditions with LOWE\ RECEIVES day. Augn-t 11. with their destination BROUGHT HERE FROM wide protective scheme will be first-rate political figures can be

those who heard him of his fora-( pre-war resources will be ex something like a unanimity of ; Venezuela. They sailed in i{ Worked out. I; named who have left' their put

bears. *At times he would thunder -I hausted" and a rapid decline in opinion and purpose among; his : a 18-foot yawl, which was built in HAVANA YESTERDAY AfT-,j While the movement is not being during the topsy-turvy changes
"This bill is not going to weddings will set in. I| LODGEHONORSAPPOINTED Mobile. !1 of the 20
followers McNary's job would be ERNCON ON BOARD OF FERRY .. conducted with the fervor (past years.
pass! We will fight; it out on this Try To Forestall Drop The travelers returned in another -, ; Party Loyally
I couldn't
!( difficult. At best he hope)I I !' that has marked the efforts of
line. as General Grant said, if it Unable to fill th'oI:8P of the than dent in the vessel, Aguila D'Oro, Eagleof '! BOAT !1 The case of Senator Glaie.! .

takes all summer." war years, during which births I solid to make! wall more of democrats a with whom::: AS DISTRICT DEPUTY Gold a sloop :34 feet long with, .i I European neighbors to make their:. very much in point. He probabl.)
he would with from of b of :'J feet C inches. The people "gas horror" conscious. than
/fgain deadly I dropped an average With the a battle daily.
severity remind senators that he 2,000,000 annually to fewer than'I he situation must as it is. however a man ,:i GRAND MASTER ] sloop i i. sturdily constructed and,.; AnoUil'r'!IIhipment of pineappleswas John Bull is, nevertheless gettingout any ether senator in condemn;:

had the "honor to represent a one million. racial experts now are I other than; the owners say. is a fine sailing; : sent; out this morning over his gas masks and looking the.tion of various of the key : v ,',

commonwealth which was in existence -,concentrating on encouraging his with a temperament would despair. :: OF MASONS j craft. staunch under adverse, the railroad to points of distribu- problem in the eye. I I tires proposed to congress by Mr.
before the Republic of fruitfulness newlyweds. I i weather conditions.j Rooms Made Gat-Proof Roonvt-r.
among The in which the!I tion in the north and east. This
the United States was created." I Their idea is to forestall I the j With this new and con..modiouicrsel. : shipment consisted of 47 cars. Articles have begun to appear Yet nv one who really kr:
itself during f I 1
: found
Democratic\ leaders made a i another serious drop in the birthrate senate session helped' Charles S. Lowe yesterday rereived \ these young experience, The first arrived in 26 cars. almost daily in the London papers him expect him to. leave t'i!
of the
mental note of the. North i after 1936 when "the few firbt little in his problemsor -I, from Harry G. Taylor, 1 rockers, are getting ready for further -' : Five of these were in bulk and 21 describing in detail how party lie is of that school ;\<\'IC'i

Carolinian's ability to keep talk-i war children" will begin to McNary that Grand Master Free and Accepted adventures in foreign; waters.CORONER'S ., contained 11,468 crates. The ordinary rooms may be rendered believe* that the democratic ;,sr\\
Robinson himself for __. ________ cars
his certificate and ,prescribing. sample! than
ing. They'll be railing on him for marry.It Ma'ons\ of Florida. u i latter were! packed in 42 car. end gas-proof at iU worn$. is bctUf republican -

duty when the necessity arises, for seems their efforts have not matter.Something To Talk About I I I of appointment; as District Deputy\ JURY fJipped: for distribution to pointsin easily obtainable i! ,remedies ,for party or any. inueprnJent -

sustained. vocal, effort.; i been valrtl: For the firbt time"sinceft drifted along for'r Grand Master of the 24th,Ma.nicDijtricl.'which I, the United State victims of inustar .,",and, phosgene movement at its best.

A" 'Strategic Move* ft war. birth registration passed The senate world: cmbiaces all the Cars of bulk pineapples were gases.: .. ",, ,. ; He 1s of the same spiritual hn:

''There was' more back (the .ef-''the-j million"'mark'l'ast year, of-I days after disposing nothin of the to do.! working and dormant 1 lodjce TO MEET TODAY I hipped in bond to Canada for delivery Squads workers[. ., ,are '.beinl. ; :!: age ''as that other conservative',
fort by senate republicans) to : nePal figures: placing the rtnf'I court with or i| "Mr.:. Lowe entered the!Ma: high command -
force a vote 0", the Co ,tiJPal-; l t 3( babies at t,169.915, some I Plans of the,democratic the court. order in 1923 and served in all ca- St. Catherines in the province 'home owners' and give. quiet demonstrationa -: bow he'could support the prc.--

Wagner bill) than"appeared on.,the: 213.000'more'' than'in 1933." went awry on | pacities. He was appointed Wor- TO HEAR TESTIMONY ,DEALING of Ontario. ,, of psp'roofiag.The .- t dent for reelection.
'surface. issue. Mester of his home 1odtre.I 1 first of these units participated "Why shouldn't I?" he respond
Observers sensed a deep 'The'' report emphasizes that sliifful l | This shipment of 47 car makes: 't
j One of the principal reasons This is the WITH CASE: OF CIIILD j ji in the sham attack on that I don't
political 'strategic mov;. | 157,881 children were born in before the I Anchor 182. in a total of 218 ears of pineapplesout I. ed. "The fact approve -
i the question was placed it is sad. that a District t :. Chislehurst and learned to treat,1 of his leadcihip
Republican firrt time temporary
jioliticians. 1934 who marriedender
: they to couples the i of Key West since Lime sea
i crack of f ; KILLED: BY AUTOMOBILE
i senate at the first Grand Master has j i "victims" while planes droned I' to do with d motion -
contend. believed that by forcing:\I the matrimonial loan plan. give I Deputy Eon began. has nothing my
a vote on the controversial bill Couples who! marry with a government -!I gun this session was talk to about; :1 been appointed from Anchor -- -- ----- overhead, and the air was filled. I' to the party. I'm just a brier
i I
they could put the democrats "on subsidy can deduct 25 per, senators something; could a i Lodge. ;I Investigation of the autoii..4..?!. with yellow- smoke The huge democrat than he is, that'a

the spot" in many northern states I,' cent of the amount of the loan until the administration for I Mr. Lowe, has been identified accident which resulted! in the RECENT VISITORLIKES caves!!, which extend miles under-' all/

where the negro vote carries the 1 for each child born. I whip its program into o"f the shape democratic -,'j with maritime interest ii Key death of Charlotte Elaine EloiaeCurrv. ;] ground and were used in the, Looks To The Left

balance of power. \! consideration. None President West for the .*rt 20 years and .. little ta..sbt5.11.' .-. and WEST\ world war as a munitions storehouse -!! It i ia not fron\.. the right but
Prior to the leaders. not even the for the past six years has been :- -- were elaborately equipped:! from the left. where political
1932 negro vote in, for!' Mrs. C. Sans Ii, Curry Tuesday ; '[
these states was almost solidly re- MAKING READYFORJWINSTREL I himself was in a hurry Norwegian Consul for the Key, afternoon. i is being held this afternoon : for the trial even to a decontam-anchorages always are l lena ftabl".
a vote. and Miami District. inating bath.London's :: the administration i i. isp-a'
publican. In that West I! that
year much of it suddenly began in the county: court house. stat.ions''I
swung to the democratic side. Court opposition ot],>. Coroner Ex-officio Frank O. MRS. HENRY RANKIN HOPES ITO underground leg whatever third-party tronb-!

to show such signs I Rcberts issued for four !i iI and similar refuges throughout: 1936 may develop.
summons FOR AN.
strength however, that : who I England would be similarly equipped -'! For an entirely different rcason ,
witnesses: Gilbert Thompson,
CUBA BRINGS IN I i i I imperative to act qukkly in the I was talking to Mr. Curryat the j OTHER STAY |: in case of war. It was found: however. the recent rise or a

REHEARSAL WILL BE CON-. hope of staving off defeat. I I the entrances to such subterranean .democratic right-wing Hoc in th-
time the accident occurred; Thomas -: .
resistance .
116 : With the piece de i i I shelters could be made senate doe hold special intf': e-t
PASSENGERSSteamship DUCTED TONIGHT AT L Kelly. who was seated in his i,
I removed. senators began grabbing to talk j, ,:' Carla, front of a pharmacy swag;, "This week has been a wonder-1 absolutely gasproof.Up :!|' for the Roosevelt strategists.
.ester-I LEGION HALLW. at everything in sight both LAST OF REPORTS FROM the scene andfitnersed the accident ful one and his created a desire:I And Dow. Debate I, The White House is not xiondeling -

Cuba arrived ". : about. The leadership on mo KEYS TO BE RECEIVEDBY j I ; Mortician: Reginald; Pritch-' to return at the earliest possible!i Incidentally an argument is how many of these: seiwU'/.i,
day afternoon 1 sides endured embarrassing Officer said I brewing between those favoring will bolt next year. but it ill wondering
from Havana with ENUMERATORMillard I I ard and Police Franklyn' moment for a longer stay, I
82 first class and 20 second class I II. Jeffrey director of the ments. i I i Arenberg. who tested the death Mrs. Henry Eankin, of Gastoria i underground refuges from gas. how powerful they rr-i

passengers for Key' West; 13 first!! Frivolities of 1935 to produced In the house. the leadf'M'hiPI time to( ''car 1 to determine whether or, not N. C. who left Wednesday afternoon which includes the government,', become in reshaping the "nr'r:

and one second class for Tampa. 1 for the local! American: Lesion sets! aside periods from | Gibson chief enumera- : the brakes were in working cortdi- for her home. I I and: certain experts who are just deal" legislative proposals the! '

Of the 116 passenger. :71 were i cam?. announce another rehearsal time to allow the"members used to as.Jack" !i, tor for the state census nearing told I tion. For a long time Mrs. Rankin j i as positive,a person should climb!,' year. .
"Cactus Garner completion in Monroe county. and climb fast. I It. I i Upon that point there i* Sf'I'>
aliens. 11 evidence visit
I of the company tonight When 1 : Jurors who will hear the had been promising herself a ,
Ferry Palma arrived last evening -. o'clock in the legion halL' 1 say- "to let off steam. steam."i The Citizen today he expects to ; are: Morris I Cochran Millard -, with her od! school friend Mrs.i t. "The safest shelter in the eventof ou speculation. for most Gf th-
off readiness -
from Cuba with 26 cars of| Rapid progress is being madein senators start to "let j I i have all returns in and in I Gibson S. Owen Sawyer.'! Victor Moffatt and told The Citizen an air raid U aft ordinaryroom dissenter occupy strong positions
pineapple Of the the I however. it's an entirely different by Monday. F. the Moffatt rendered Jl&S- rOOf. on or of leadership-*o long as they
shipments therewere perfecting: : the features of i Paul Boysen William Sawyer i, that her stay at
21 cars with 11,468 crates. presentation but the director say I' proposition. There are a few reports neceasary -: and William Adams. |, home. 925 Whitehead street, was I above the second floor" Said. stay in the party.MAY .
] entire :
the census.One
and five car in buk.HabanaMadrid] i t he will not be contented until each to complete : one of the most delightful experiences Major II. S. Blackmore, an expert:. ----
individual is letter-perfect in his NOTICE of these will be sent to Key!', F she has ever known. I, on poison gas in lecturing the
West Sunday by E. R. Lowe peace PRESCRIPTIONSWe that j I British Red Cross Society. "A DANCE
or her part. I ; She expressed the- hope itj I
!. The presentation will be given i John Carbonell asks The Citizen': justice at Tavernier. and this will ; exercise; a* much car la ; will not be long before he has;I I heavy. cloud of gas tend* to disperse Tonight 1

Club on the evening of May 9 and it is I jto state that the announcement I complete the census figures. filling: doctor's prescription ,the opportunity to return for another 20 feet above ground leveL CLUBTosmnr
r Mr. Gibson told The Citizen today i your
I audiencewill I of his weddinir. carried in the city "People who TUb into tubes or
anticipated that a large I [ it. visit to "this delightful
Saturday Night be present at the first production I head of an article but not in the he is of the opinion that the I as dndlip&"n&; ::; of Key West. Its charm and .quie dug-outs will not be so safe as' Th.mp.on'e 6-Piec.
in the Miami I complete census figures f'n'U bin I'I'i those who quietly opctaln to.[ Orchestra'O
Big Dance and Floor Show in Key West under the I I text, published to moat tude and its friendly and hOBPit-1 I. go I
of surprise "
the nature a i Free Delivery I
8-Piece Orchestra | direction of Mr. Jeffrey well!I Herald of Mpnday! i is erroneous. people. J Phone 177 fl :able people:* the anti-tm sitting room.
and entertainer. may3-H
'- .1 known actor ,


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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1935.

bc.kr mMtst tm$ CO-OPERATE TO GROW El Mundo, and -F. Fernanda--. ,I ernoon-tea- was. served to the mein-,

1 ;---- Il TODAY'S WEATHER 1 KEY WEST IN photographer with the fume publication ben and a number of other pm
FubUsoed Daily Except Sunday One of the greatest lessons for the 11 were entertained at din-,
'TUB C1TIZE.1 PUBLISHING CO. MC. ner Saturday afternoon by Mr.\ and j
GONE BYHappe.i. Genera] Gerard Machada and
L. r.AKTMAft.\ Pr.4-..t. people of any community to learn is the I Mr*. Sebastian Cabrera, Jr. The! :>
Prom Th au... UalWln Temperat.re.* WEATHER CONDITIONS party who have been visiting m
Her. visitors
Just Year; expressed
Corner Greene and Ana Streets value of co-operation. Highest ................. .. ................86 Ago 10 Island great delight will'endeavor at!i i Washington, visited President!
Today A. Take From the City and said they
It No city or town will ever' amount to I Lowest ..... .................. ...............77Mean The western disturbance** has The File. Of The Citiieji to return at the first Coolidge and other notables and
iDly Dally Newspaper la Key West and :lonro.County. 1 ......., .-. ----- -- -... ...-. 82 op1portunity. then went to other cities >n the
much unless the people there realize that Normal Mean ......-.....__.........78 moved northeastward to Illinois I! east, returned to Key West this
and Idniana, Chicago, 29.86 inches -
Bred at Key West. Florida, as second class matter A delightful affair was the ban morning and later mebatked for
they must pull together and that Rainfall
J every causing rains and thunderstorms Orders recently issued by the Havana on the Steamship" Cuba,
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAM citizen must.have a chance to show his interest Ye:'terday's Precipitation T.Ins. since yesterday morning- war department announce that which was gaily decorated >i'l flags

M..kr ., tke A... I" Praa Normal. Precipitation. '. _.06 Ins., from. the !middle "Mississippi Valley .:'|.Cuban Consul Domingo Milord Captain George T. Rice. U. S. A. and bunting in honor of the Cuban
... ( in
.. in the t fcia r..rerol :-&- peri.lleadiaa '
entitled to community.Take eat ward the lower Hake '
kj A oclated Press Is exclusively .ss.r ', over honor of a distinguished of''has been relieved from duty at' president-elect and his party.
credited mt M 'rl rtt ibis mt rmtmf. party
repabliea.tl of alt tiewe dispatches t. for West. Tomorrow's Almanac region and ,Ohio Vajley toj{ the I Cuban' visitors i Ripon College, Ripon, Wi...-., end i
It or not otherwise credited In this paper and ale example Key Anybody .I I I who arrived Satur-1:
tn. local news published here. I Sun rise .............. 5:49: a. m. middle Atlantic States, witn'ieavyj daj 't,#> greet General Gerardo MaI I has been ordered to sail from ten |'
will tell you that what we need is I Sun sets ................... .. 6:59 p. m. rainfall in the Ohio Valley and'!I' chaff, president-elect of -1 Francisco on Septembe 3. for the i *ign Editorial that Comment here: Another
is baseballs
EDITORIAL) ... ... .... southwestern Lake region, Louisville .I Philippines for duty. spring :
more business, which will help the town to Moon rises! ... .. 6:56 a. m There were some of the most distinguished
: are beginning to come in through
1iNAJlONAL: Moon sets ._..-__-.__ 9:08.p, m. Ky., 2.58 inches. Pressure Jsj I. men of Cuba in the! i
..e.t19 3 5 expand. How can we get it? Tomorrow' Tide. also low over the Rio Grande Valley r party and a large number of Planes in the service: of the :i i the kitchen windows.
promt t
h- arBScIiIPT10 HATES The is two-fold. The and Southwest, El Paso Texas ',linent Key welters German Aerial Industries: will ;n i
& proposition were guests
._. .. A.M. P.M. 29.68 inches, and light fchow-j' i Mrs. Charles Falk and her !sister i -
ms Tear -- .110 e i. the banquet. Captain Jack probability land at Key Welt>
flx Months, 6.10Three merchant must do his part, buy wisely, attractively High .......' .......10:12 11:35 ers have occurred on portions of a'-I : their I Mrs.\ Vesey Johnson, will entertain -
Montba _.__ I.n.I Low ................. 3:31 5:09 the Texas coast and in southern and Mrs. Eva Torano each !lung luring flight to Cuba and I the Wednesday Afternoon
.I|)M Month _.. .1 display invite trade and be I I Dumber of songs for the Central! American points. This wa i ir I .
Weekly _____ .8. Barometer at 8 a. nt. today: California and there have been of the j .*ade possible by prni"".or of''![ Bridge Club this week at the honu ,
ADVERTISING BATES satisfied with a fair profit. This means Sea level, 30.07.WEATHER light local showers in southern tairmert\t -visiting guests. i the Ui.ited States government. :' of Mr!. Falk on the beach. i
V.". known Oft appllcatlon Florida. Pressure is high along the !
I Lowest liighest ; II Through the efforts of theWoman's
Key West wants intelligent merchants, i I Subscribe
to The Citizen.
northern border
STUCIAL. NOTICH and southward into
TIle Afternoon Bn
StationLast Night Yesterda) Club a free dental clinic Thursday l; ,
All reading notices cards of thanks reaolutlons f
:-.l>ect. rl/ituary notices, .te.. Kill be cbarge4 for at who are able to buy goods at right prices Abilene ..........56 70 the central Plains States, Wil- I his been established in Key West. Ciao continues to holj t!K ir.tt'rIeet i
JL,. rat. of :e _at. a line. I liston N. I)., .10.46 inches and is.1 This was made possible' the ...! a weekly coterie o: FOci.tylpeopli I BENJAMIN LOPEZ
JJotlrr-a for entertainments by chnrcaen from wblck and sell them right. We do no .need care- Atlanta ..... ...... C6 88 by cooperation -
high over the north Atlantic *. Last
Thursday were'
of the dentists they
of the*
la derived
e revenue to be are C eenta a line.
The Cltlien Is an open forum and Invites discus- less, lazy or shiftless merchants who hopeto I Boston u ,,--'". 38 48 States and off the south Atlantic city who agreed to give a certain I entertained by Mrs. Geor.73 E.I| Established 49 Year t
ion of public Issues and subjects: of local or general ......... I I
nurect but It will. not publish anonymous eommunluttons. make their profits out of high prices. Buffalo u. 32 42 coast. Temperatures have fallenin portion of each day to attending i Brown in the Fort T\V!re-erva-j Key West'. Oldest I
I Charie.ton ..._h_ "iU 7SI the Plains States and Mississippi teeth of the school children. tion. Mrs. Brown iron first pizej I 24-H.-, A_b.U.c. S rric.
The successful merchant fights high prices. Chicago 36 42 Valley, and are abnormallylow ,I and :Mrs. W. M.\ .Wh' .' wa! awarded j Liceased EmbalmerFlea. 1.

Prejudice Is reason to those who lack Now, the citizens of Key West have I Denver I .uu'.....'..''.'... 30 -IGI l this morning in most districts Jose Calero field manager or. the consolation. Durnig the aft-1. 135 Night 690.WPaint I

undei standing. their part in this expansion. They must, part of the Rocky Mountains, except -- -. .
- -
I Detroit .... ''''_'' :4 46 in the Gulf and South Atlantic --- I

.. whenever possible: patronize the home ,Galveston ..... ..h GH; 78 :States. Kentucky and Tenne1see. !- !

If Lady: GPp diva bad to'do: 'her.act.now, merchant, who is progressive and they : Havana .. ........: 'fa-. '' ., where readings are consider :

where.xvduld'sheTjjet: the.horse s :f .:. must positively overlook any deficiencies ''U..JtO1; ....::...,......':3.;( .. ::40' ably Temperatures above the were seasonal average.below. ;
near or
.. ; I.... ,oi' 'his part that are due solely to the fact Jacksonville .... o 70 S6. freezing ,this morning in ,many| 1
: .. ::': .' \ I. ", '{hat he i is in a small town. This doesn't Kansas City ...... 42 ;.U : .! localitis .from Montana. eastward. I'
Brisbane is a great travfeler.' ) '..He "is. 'mean KEY WEST ...._ 71 -. ,8 ., northern New England: i
buying old shoddy goods merchant K
( any
here Today"and. tonwrrow.;.: : : :: Loa Angeles ..5-& 66.. l G. S. KENNEDY. j
gone > can keep his store clean and disposeof Lcuisville .......... GU 76 Official in Charge. i covER Ip

worn merchandise without expecting full Miami .. .......... 76 82 I EARTH 1 /
Minneapolis ...._ 32 40 .........................
Sixty per cent of the Koreans are il prices. The citizen, must co-operate to the New Orlei..ns .._ 14 84

literate. No place to start a newspaper. extent of his ability. New York ...."_ U 54 "My Old Home Is Yours"By

Now, if our merchants who are up- Pensarola ....m_ 76 80
Pittsburgh ..m___ 48 60 WILLIAM H. MacFARLAND ..r
Most\ educated Negroes are said to be to-date and alert are met halfway by our St. Louis .__...._ 52
buyers who want Key West to then 70 ........................
grow Salt Lake ..
ashamed of their parents. Just like most City 42 S2
educated white folks. the progress will begin. The more mpneyin San Francisco .. CO 72 There's a little island cuddled by Screens Before Putting Them Up!

......... the blue,
the better business is Seattle 46 (i8
a community
Tampa ......u...... 6R 92 Where spring makes its abode the S-W Screen Enamel
bound to be. You can't get around the Washington 48 68WiIIi whole year through,
to church not be I .m"
Going may neces- argument that a dollar spent at home ton .......... 32 44 That island we proudly call Key Best '
but it at least in Quality High Gloss Black c
sary, puts a man company West. 52
works for the home town longer than one
that is better than the average. FORECASTTill That sunbeam smile as they make Special .
mailed to out of town store.
an their to the wonderful isle,
way '
Protect screens from rust before putting them
( 8 p. m., Saturday) Called Key West. up. t
Always tender-hearted the Times- NEW RED CROSS JOB Key West and Vicinity: Partly S-W Screen Enamel won't clog the mesh. Pre-

Union expresses the hope that the man in 1' Chorus vents warping of frames. Defies rust. Easy to put
L Bl; ;: Everyone is welcomed to come to
Fort Pierce who started a cactus nursery Plans for a new and important activity t/.II' H fli :;, ..!" ,\\ enjoy a peaceful rest on. Dries quickly. A real bargain in quality goods. '_

doesn't get stuck. that of reducing the automobile Jt ('0.--- In our little land of sunshineWe

death and accident rate are being made I r ri" Where proudly call Key West. Ej j; ..4Q.P.KIN fL'O"Q8:$ AT' .LcfW a T
\ the palms are swingingAnd .
IV .
Small Papers Air Problems.-N. Y. by the American Red' Cross, which this the birds are singing" - -- -

f Telegram. They certainly .-N. Y. year is celebrating the 3&th anniversary f-..:.!.> '?-l' "f Sweet music to your ear, Sew Mar-not FLOOR VARNISH

Herald Tribune. You big ones sometimeerr of its incorporation under its present tl.
too.-Fort Myers News-Press. Desist charter. 1 ., J ,j{ And deep dancing waves sing you to Special This Event Only .17

in this levity, ere we rise in wrath. Briefly stated the proposal is to establish Showars Partly Cloudy deep.The Mar-not Floor Varnish stands up resistant."I

a network of first aid stations ,. relentless tramping of feet. It is pale Quart
cloudy tonight and Saturday, quaint little town of old- pisj to produce beautiful high-gloss
Formerly big business was en- along the highways and streets, using filling probably showers Saturday; mod-I fashioned styleIs t v to clean. Mar-cot is water and acid

couraged, it paid adequate wages and stations, police booths and other exist- erate to fresh southeast and south still standing on the old isle.
ing facilities the personnel of which winds, becoming northerly Satur-: The clear-blue tky with tint of I Pint 5-W&tJ Potsteina
everybody was satisfied. Now the "for- Paste Floor Wax
would be given some instruction in first day.Florida 1 I gold Floor Wax and Applicator
g&tten man" is remembered 5 5 C
by putting : Cloudy probably showers 1 No pen can describe such beauty One pound SPECIAL J
Regular $IJ5 I'aiue .
aid methods. Mobile first aid units would '
relief. He is not in extreme north portion tonight untold.
EJm on happy now,
I I I Takes drudgery of rubbing 98
S-W Wax is C
Prepared a
include public utility and highway com- and Saturday and in south In that wonderful town
ups is his former employer. furniture and polishing out of floor wax-
and central portions Saturday !I the beach each break of 'high quality paste wax floors -
mission trucks tank trucks and buses, ;I I Upon ing. Dries in IS minutes to a
- '
. cooler Saturday in extreme north J wave' I woodwork. Lasting gloss satin gloss. No polishing required.

w' The Chinese are said to get nearly some of which already carry. emergency portion. 'I 1(I i t The mellow moon is always theGo
equipment and persons trained i in first aid. Jacksonville to Florida Straits: f mlO.
twice as much wheat per acre as the Amer- 'I Moderate to fresh southeast and I Makes Old Furniture New
The possibilities of the plan) are read-
ican farmer. The Italians get even more. south winds becoming northwestor to the old town, Key W
But no matter how little the American ily recognized, and the expense of providing north Saturday and mostly Everyone is welcomed to pst-I S-W Enameloid *f Ac

the necessary first aid kits and the I overcast weather with showers,,, of Key West
farmer produced per acre, he would be training of personnel whose regular duties Saturday and over extreme north For vacation and to enjoy a pcacei > THE DECORATIVE ENAMEL .jjg

asked to plow under a considerable part, portion tonight. i s i ful rest. Regular 27c Vdluc.Special .
kept them on the highways would not be I
so1 vhy the effort to produce more. East: Gulf: Moderate to fresh In the wonderful land of sunshineand
I'r. .. great. southeast winds becoming north-][i fresh air, Housewives can achieve remarkable results with Eaameloid.
/t First Aid the Red Cross believes erly Saturday.Z.r In the wonderful 1 isle of Key We t. Its 18 quick..drying rainbow colors flow on easily without the
usual brush is foe,snnroog5.breakfast
marksw Eoamejoid perfect; *
7 d: When Dr. Rexford Tugwell was asked should whenever possible be given at the --- rrr) -j r'Mr"': *- room,kitchen and bedroom furniture,interior woodwork, <

for-the! probableiJeausertft&e.ierric! : ; dpst.' | ''sp'ob where1+ th 'accident until kitchen walls; refrigerators and toys of all,kinds. Try it now!
occurs propeT ) Enough ctq.:tinir.lt'a xhair*t,small Jtable.,Sign coupon belovr.ON .
storms out west, he.is said, .to have replied! : .medical i 1 aid can be summoned. :Many ; STEAMSHIPCO. '- .. "?I
.jTJtere are a numb rfof ./sly'" 'g80d : scientific R & O.

explanations butnnewhich, ) appeals ;deaths nlo ordinary occur from automobiles rushing injured and speeding persons 1 'J\f:\! -iJNT6D M'AIIROUTE3"STATES F ,t, KQDF Doll ifpthe, Bus aniISAV' .
1", the imagination is that they started in PAINTS :l-J>int S-IT
them to hospitals without giving them PORT r-t;
tah caused by Mae West walking over TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES Auto Polish'LIQIID
temporary relief and intelligent attention. Effective March 18th, 1935 Opex

,.It" grave of Brigham Young" The new undertaking is a most praiseworthy Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays, ROOF CEMENT
12:20 P. M. 'i
one, which will no doubt have the Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, J 2\% GaIlortsIibck[ Special 43c

The Miami\ Chamber of Commerce i is hearty cooperation of all who are able to Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays This heavy bodied acid-free $1-8 i.
6010 P. )I.
; finest and easiest rosy
Here's the
making a campaign to obtain a hospital!' assist in making it effective. roof cement contains long as-
Ticket. Re er-aUos and Ulormatio at Ticket Office .. t1. bestos fibres and will waterproof all to-use auto polish on the marsn.
through the United States Public Health types and
ket. Cleans polishes
Dock 'Phone 71 of roofs. Also fine for patching small boles.
Sen-ice. No one denies it the right to se* REWARD FOR TAXPAYERS J. H. COSTAR. Agent. I Saves far more than it costs. ation.waxes your Makes car dull in ONE finish oper look

cure such institution, but .B. It. Kessler, its like new. Sign coupon.

secretary m.akes a deliberate false state- (Tampa Tribune) ,- _.- -- -..0'" i Durable-Waterproof ...........cC>UPON..........,

ment or at least shows an astounding ignor- We are strongly in favor of the suggestion o! 1 EBOMOL ROOF PAINT I : This coupon entitles you to the above :5

ance when he states that "the nearest Tax Assessor E. W. Walking of Putnam county 11 For composition or metal roofs. specials at prices shown. Limit one to .
marine hospital is in Savannah, Ga. Per- to give recognition and reward to the "faithful Important Not for shingle roofs. Black 8 0 : a customer.Q EnameloU D Opex Polish :

1 gallon ______________ C .
haps the covetous secretary Is as ignorantof taxpayer": who has. through! all the hard times and :';.' ", ,' I :i Name .

his geography as he is of wellknownand i his Announcements r i Address :
difficulties, kept record of and full '
prompt :
Keep. O" Rain ,............................_
established facts.A I payment of his dues to state, county and city. ; t J '.,f

Vr. Watkins proposes that the property own. ,e .."iJ "i i ELASTIC ROOF CEMENT PAINT NOW-PAY LATER
concerning the First and Payments. The Federal
redemption Monthly
national lottery would be less harmless er who pays his taxes be given a certificate: 'o{ t '% : Apply with trowel to patch holes On Hooting Easy Act makes this home painting p0in *

than bolita in Key West, The Citizenof credit, based on the percentage of total tax pay '', Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds he' 'beeD' Black roofs. gutters. and flashings. 6 5 C sible. See us for details.
.. made the Treasury i Department: this S Pounds
that city points out. "If a national lottery menU for.the- year. 'If a taxpayer pays $100, and by ; .

would reduce gambling only 10 per the total tax payment for the year is 75 percent, week.

cent, it would be at least than much of an the paying taxpayer would ct a certificate: for 25 .FRE'32page HOME DECORATOR

improvement" The Citizen adds. But a percent, er $25 of his payment, this to be good We would be pleased to hare you book printed in fan color;: shows bow any f1J
room in the house can be! made modern and beautiful through correct use
national lottery in the nation as a whole for future tax payments or the purchase of tax consult-us jpf color and arrangement. Every household should have this practical book

doubtless would increase gambling. Gamblers certificates.:

would continue to play foreign lotteries As yet no bill embodying this idea has been CO.
and the national legalized one introduced in the Legislature. We hope one will THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK i
PHONE S9S While & Eliza St.
would mean just an increase in the play. be and. if found to be constitutional passed. The
OF KEY 1't \ r *
And gambling, whether legalized or not taxpayer who has been able and willing to pay,1while J WpST :

remains an economic crime.-Miami Daily so many others have been unable to pay or1 J
Member of the Federal Reserve
News. Faced with two evils which would dodging! the obligation deserves a reward-which I PAI NTS

you_ choose ?; :The. 'lesger, we anticipate., >. also would ,be encouragement to others. *

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I !IJI1EES'! ; -- ADMINISTRATION Today's sI s eea Horoscope a ..b...j I'I LEGALSNOTICE

G'L OP Arp..tr'T.o FOR

tt fr SJ The born : "
( persons on this Notice In hereby: ; given that
pijNO will be anxious recognition and I I BRIDOKT CECILIA HALPENNT"
SYNOPSiS: Attr ta. Vaf. ./ his front cloor. bating to Ct hfs key j desirous of affection holder an assignee. of stale an **. Stlmton ,....... Jmmel Sllmton CAME from thoseto County Tax Certificate NamlwrnlS
make* ...... my ...<)... ... it- in tile lock: and open 1C whom they are devoted. Synvj' .4at... Ib* !n. .4 vide. (. epei'd ...f ./ *< Iota.tr. The house was still Jl'nf'! !'.' a1'l' anxious to I Ide.irinc | A D UU, has filed raid C.rtm.-a>*
.*. /). ..4 Jam. hot* bn drifting YESTERDAY WAS SHUT- pathetic, please others .
art. ..<..nr Ikair ratwni Jane'a alone and he never felt completely 'i I. my office and has mad application ; -
always) it is h.peI
a for
peace, tax deed u> Issue thereoni
cont' aoacyiMOe
tram I k I r at ease la ft. His loot ago OUT AFFAIR 8 TO 0By [I accordance with law. Said Or
.rvrybiNltf' to New _. 4 e<4" ful, happy nature, rather than a1]i
tp _. at lal "..,...rHro eoc* dream--tte dream of bin earl1lUr- I(lOcale embraces the following drwnbed -
cl..r end IX>4 1Ie f. t. aapp>. B.' not .0.and mow 'll Jxdat te UIIIfU ries assurance of more or lesssuccess ,I roe County, Florida tn-wit:
4*. J JU. .*. 4Hi' *m,lea to the Mansion he had never ao es.e.s..e..e.s.e..ee.eeee.e.e..e..ss> Efe .f SW!& of NE ,. of :"XW..
Jam**into 1k. .atarriaff <. tk'e Jtrttpliov. much as dared'mention to his wife GAMES PLAYEDINMAJORLEAGUES ( JOVE) in life.Livestock I and $E<, of NE, of NW". i Inwtfon
fit wait *. taluk* ol .I"a' ; There was only one game played ? B, Township CI South
although she had long since begun to I
anvil. 5 DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKS Stases 14 Eact as recorded inMourns
Social Diamondball
yesterday in the -
complain of feeling cramped In the men say cows fed : County Reoordm. in th
Tyler House and longed to remodel League, and in that contest' I Count of Monrvr. State of
with good bay and an pastures' ..
Chapter UEXPLOSION showed ."' 1'111&. Book A:. paK & &
where she the Administration a reversal -
It to
or tray a large place
GRAVY suffer fewer digestive disorders The assessment of said i>r.p.rt>
could more fittingly entertain. XBy ) of form seldom seen in a I under the sail Certificate i issued
The Mansion was large and spa ..S ee...S .e.e.e..ee.eeses..se..seeeleeee.ss..e.e> ball club. J I! than those fed heavily on grain. wan in th. name .< R L. Roberta
-\ TANAGE' him? Yea Jane inanA RAIN AND :COLD WEATHER .I Unless: said Ceetifteate anal I tM
** the\ clous but any mention of It or even Many of the. boys, were absent B>'e Sands.. Berlin tept the score Fresh from a 36 to 9 defeat, I I : redeemed acrordinK to law. tax
fill right.roared LEGALS I
aging him of past BUmaoo glories was almoc. PREVENT SOME OTHERS t from.,the course' yesterday'aCtcr-:; and in'very bold figures and Writing and with the same pitcher in the' ]i' deed will miiue thereon on the 4th'day
of J A. It I53t
Jadg. briBctns one flat 4ovat with a certain to provoke Jane bite a for .nt'
cession of sarcastic I noon., I suppose some of them I I see that he and partner beat box they whitewashed the Light-'l |> TOt riHCriT COCBT OP THETWIrVTIKTH Hated thin IrS da, of May A DI

bang Into his open palm."She' managtoc csnsllrally, dreaded re NOT SCHEDULED wntout! to catch a few fish for their oppon'ents.b by a score of 10 house ten and allowed them but jri>iriE. CiRCUIT JJ.Cirrnit. .
marks James morethan |
him etraitht to balL their while few'I 'The Duke of Rock Sound admitted hits.
anything else. supper today a up. six IN AXI FOR MOtROK fOUTl. C. SAWYER
"What Jane wa really' cut out for James Indeed made heroic effortsto others'went out_ to catch anythingthat to me that )Ir. Sawyer was For the Office boys, Hale and i i% ('\ri-RT. Clerk of the Circuit Court MonroeCounty.

was a matron of an orphan home- remember lust what subjects did I (Spettal I to T.. Cltlaea) might come along. If they had 1 jUt'a! bit too much opponent. Cooper hit safely twice in three 'I. Merrill Adam Plaintiff. '!'' Florida.NOTKK ma.a-lo-li-t.JJ

and Cod help the orphan! Ton er did eat irritate Jane. Much of th- NEW YORK, May 3,-There been :on .the links they might'I says that he did.not-have a chanceto times up. v... F. --I.n.f. t.trm of',

bow.UI.;Julia. that James Slim- time he was' unsuccessfuL He sighed "were no games played; in either, have caught sunstroke or perhaps I say hardly a word. .but I did In the field. McKinley\ Hale, H. Ow Tan)nne fair, .f rrtItieate.Elizabeth I op ,%rfi.irTioFOK

lint a clodhopper or a human wearily' as he tamed the lock.. honing i the National or American Leagues; caught on to how to play the game I[I hear Berlin say that Charlie ojght E. Roberts and Burnett played a Sn wWow. I TAX: flEEts

con that this evening 'would not be by -A'atching experts like the Duke'f to give somebody a stroke a hole!t"t"f good!: game for the adding;, eiycineerinjr. -S efendant. 1 Notice in. hereby given tbatBRIDGKT
machine like that Northrop ontflt. yesterday. ORDER OP PUBLICATION: 4I \ CECILIA HALPEXX1-
oaa of those times. of Rock Sound or maybe Berlin on account of 'long driving but it |, research and what-not I i It appearing by the affidavit ofi I holder a. .....'..n... ..r State sodCounty
He's sensitive .and delicate like a .Jane proved somewhat sulky and The game scheduled for New Saw>er. But be that as it ma-l could not have been himself he boys. while Cerezo and Lewin: :J. Merrill Adams, plaintiff' in the I! Tax Certificate Numbered
harp and baa to be handled like a tired and had little to say' as they' ate York BroeLl/n in the older circuit I I 'above styled cause, which Mid afi -: 8..i. dated the 2nd day of AUKUKI.A .
at .
they miMed lots of fun anyhow.But was talking about. Berlin never starred for the beacon and buoy i fidarit has been duly filed In said IL 1 .t: haa filed antS Certificate
James after at
their dinner
harp and not like a traiifed pig. and an was postponed on account of here are a few of the resultsof 'S has anything to say, you know clan. I 1 .muse that the said affiant believe tm my and bas made application -
tempt or two at conversation: ate at I Kliaabeth IL o-ft'i
that Owvnne. a
The Lord-a-Mlghty' didnl, mate lently' and rapidly' as was his wont. rain. and the Philadelphia at Boston the boys: I However, all were happy and E. Roberts pitched the full game'I the defendant In the above .ldO..1. : !accordance deed with to law.inane Said thereonin Certlfirate -

3ame orderly and He dMat make Afterwards they sat together on the contest was postponed on account .- I I "Daddy" did some six strokes bet- for the office ten. and sure did cause ia a resident of a i embraces the fllowinir d-
James practical. but Jane think ate of cold! weather. There nine than the reached I country other than the scriied property situated in Monroe -
and ft finish not Sam ter on the first on welL Only one runner
front porch still silent was The first to was Florida namely the State of VlrKinia. -(!' Count ": Florida. to-wlt
c4&jL; ;.wa. ever:tlael1 Iaa&.night and relief to" both of them, when .MrNortbrip's were no other :games: scheduled. Harrie; fcs you might expect. Because -' second. .he tied for low score third and he was Roberts in the,i and that the residence of tbe..S twt 4>vf i JOT.
Jaiftes dropped some. clear asheioth large bnlkjaowed J 4arl. In 'the American League'theDetroit Sam Swinky'Swanky Bobby, on the first section and came fifth inning. S said defendant. particularly Elizabeth a. II.t5wnne l lI lieu I. Township <1 South,
aa lat I
J floor like.&EJ ian:would in hU :ly,bptoesthemat U4oot' Of &Mitepa -, : at St. Louis contest was Harlington Sid'McPhil Jim Koodle dragging in third on the back nine. Score by inning: R. H. E. knowi.I I to Mid affiant l.. 413 TF>.t : Won Range roe:14 County'Kail' aa Heron recorded; In th In<

.o-wbouse nod jott btn,Ul hare Been ... r'- postponed on account or:'wet de Flue Bubber Harris did I not' 'tSays his feet gaire out before be t Beacon* _.. 000 000 0-0 6I York Street City tof Norfolk, State .(' ontjr .f Monroe Slate of
iooJfshe Mm.tfc. of Virginia and that here is no .
gate aaaiis r i' aD. f l p.A.1Jp"" ...nditfssecfbPtither" : rrounda. This was the onlamesihcduled. play. Hiswife: sent him!'down to could 'walk the 6320 yards aroundthe Administra. 500 021 x-8 11 0 S persist in the State of Florida the,I The Florida anaeiwment BOOK B4.of page said UC.I property

.. told fcim tbfaa! > '.affert onaiefj: dames dreg stringof: links. This does not court all Batteries: Demeritt and F.'I 1 service, of a cabpoena- upon whom under tfce Mid Certificate Issued
hl elbow. ID'the same tone feott Peter Roberts to buy a ; would bind said defendant 'in Ward A. Rob
the of
ei-: forward'tneftirgeSt: comforta : wa name
; the madi! sideways1 or on E. Roberts and Cooper. harl.1affi.Dt !
toHfeed all those 87 cats yardage ; Stickney; beth It. Uwynne. Further 1 .
'twuJd told stray'-Hog." totake grunts | erta. '
ate : : U are a blx'SOrtli.: ocker at'ran into -
I' ; into the rough. Summary: Errors: Valdes 2. believes that the age ft said Certificate .1J" 1 be
exploration parties
and Sam I
bis dfrtjMbcne rL oat of,herpsus.K -. the hoHs.to,. get to choiCe cigars. DOUBLEHEADER OFSOFTBALLJONIGHT he has around'bis place Roberts stolen bases: F.I aid defendant. Elizabeth th.j I IU f..ct..m. #. according 'law.' tax
VV ** Albury. ; .' .
I* v % _t Peter how Is 0".n.
; I ( f got so busy telling )one. 5ef5. deed will linsue thereon on the 4th
Stickney. Barker 2. Hale 2, Bur- It la therefore ordered that" Ellaa-j I "t < A. l). IfJi.
like fishingyou The outfit composedof i iI y v Jane.
just next was
What did James do? pHANK ,.au. Thank you vera playing golf was to McKinley beth II. nwynne. a. widow- the de-1 hated this 3rd day of liar A. Dmi
-He didnt do anything' but hat up I much" said Mr. Northrup ( must always follow through: Pete Taylor Ike Russell. Fred nett; double play: Cooper I feadant In the above styled -

and never act natural again all eve benevolently biting off tbe end of on the cast, must not hurry the Ayala and Lefty Bascom Grooms. ; sacrifice hit: Head; struck S be and nbc the i bill. hereby of required'c&aae'1 It Circuit ("ourtal..
to complaint
ning. I'd like to be married to Jane the cigar and lighting It.-1 am afraid bite, keep your eye on the line From the looks of the score card out: by Demerit 0. by Roberts 0;I I! par reuse on Monday, the Zed day AI"I; Clerk .f the Circuit KOaS C Court SAWTER.Monroe

in/self for about a week so that I I am putting yon to a great deal of PARK AND RECREATION TENS and, finally, when the fish is hook S it seems that Pete had a 39 on ( bases on balls: off Demeritt 0,"! June A. IX 1 J5. otherwise the. County, Florida.
I I fcationa of said bill will be>
could tell her what I think of her trouble-I afraid Indeed. I afraid cff Roberts 1; wild pitcher: De wayS-I S-i 7.24-H:
am so Just ed, be sure you get him into the I the first round but I am i roafemed by said defendant. ,

It would take Just about that long. 1 dropped tn for a moment to offer : IN OPENER; BEACONS AND well in the boat with the fewest i that score was for the benefit of"Professor" I meritt 3, Roberts 1; time of game:| It is further ordered that this order .,I Two tone of I'OM petal are re-
Mat> be published once a week forI
mad went home and didn't.leep" Tour Gonzalez and F.
wa *o my congratulations. umpires
.all the sameas It looks authentic -
movements possible. Sawyer. I I four-consecutive weeks' la The Key!cuired to produce one ounce of
IN '
wink. mother assured me that morning CLUBS golf). But the first boys : but if true he had a terrible thews. West CItlxen. a newspaper pubI -I
Mis Julia tried to stand op for her would do aa well. but I felt I would I I llahed ia Monroe, County. State of attar of roses.nJakee.sNlo'
throughwere Clem Price and last nine on the way in. Because !
young friend. but the Judge wa* in sleep better U I told you both of tb- I caused the Florida. I ..
The yesterday
Partner Timotheus Hyatt Pittman, that score added up very game : Dated this Itb day of April.- A. trading ......
no mood to listen. gratification the extreme gratifies (By' JOVE) i Lighthouse! and Administrationtens i D. 1 35.Circuit.
invincible twice much. Ike as
You want to keep your eye but Uon. Mr. Preston's offer baa giver double- who played against that nearly as tie for tecond ; ( Court Seal .- THE SEMINOLE
Tonight there will be a t' to into a i
t. the truth or you would not talk me." combination of William "Pious,1 usual was playing the wrong go and ROSS C. SAWTER "...._.....11.. Florida
header of diamondball between with each winning one Clerk Circuit Court. Twentieth Jndicial -
that drivel. It'* plain enough to any "Mr. Preston's offer! Offer o HoVey-Pokey" Watkins and Char-I for the'ri ht one. He never gets place. tie is not-I Circuit of Florida tn and CM* it. (.HI'': :llanaaerA
teams of the Social League. But Clem and Jim into the pond number two when losing one. A three-way for Monroe County.
one who want to see It.The troubleis what? asked Jane quickly. "Ihaven't lie Ketchum. on human, home-like InKlltotlon
that Jane 1 I. a born old maid with I heard anything about It." The Bayview Park ten and Recreation were too much for Willie and". driving from the tee. He always I ed for first place the teams being William V. Albery.Solicitor here you will find r..r lBdlldmilt

the mothering instinct COM to aeed. That surprises me. surprises m- outfit will be seen in action Charlie because the last named waits until he plays number three I the Cuban Club. Recreation and for aprlj-lt-2t plaintiff. : wagSisS *>..ert ned en..r1 l* .eBt a mat.lr -

"She act as If her husband werea very' much. But I was told by' Ellison' in the initial contest and the boys lost by the score of 1 up. and then puts his second shot in I i Army with no club losing game. of great -importa.ceSt

naughty little boy Fate or the Devil on the way home that Mr.J. H. Preston Service club and Lighthouse boysin 'Which goes to show that Tim is i; the drink of water. j I l ateel fireproof building Jointed

had wished on her to bring up and of Kansas City bad himself Informed the nightcap. 'now no longer in the duffer class Jane A' :Miehener, Washington. KEY WESTCOLONIAL .l. la* heart. .< Ike city

who basnt sense enough or Judg. him that be Intended to engage The first game of tonight's twin but will be playing with Joe Lopez I The last outfit which is the !l D. C.. is working her way through: HOTEL -

ment enough to wipe kin own nose James as counsel after hearinghim bill will be called promptly at him. I George Washington University by Every Boom with CombinatIon Tub
then beating that bringsup I I
and bob-tailed
or wash behind his earL argue that er-Mitchel woman'r 7:30 o'clock.Saturday usual the rear of the gang procession was" driving a taxicab.MONROE In the Center of the Business i Oil and IKK Shower Fan :::Ih.Door Radio.for Bummerentilati Ele<-tno
"Why.' I was over to the MHlards ,case. 1 think It was. It was mere! afternoon the American I \' Comfortable Beds with
for dinner last week along with chance.one In a thousand. Ellison augured The next outfit included Melvin composed of his honor the Mayor THEATERTim ; and Theater District ,,I Mattresses a.of Inner Spring Contmrtlon -

James and.Jaae. _and -wkea BiU Mll- me that \oo\ Mr. Preston Into Legion ten will play the Bayview" of- Russell minus his partner. Eddie,]10f our beautiful (this Is for tour- 1 and Individual Reading -

lard asked James whether he would the court room. Opportunity' at law Park in the first contest and Wflie Kemp minus his part.' only) city of Key West and McCoy-Shirley Gray in ; Fircl Clan-FireproofS i l impp.

have his roast beef rare or wen done. baa come knocking on Jamea'door. I a double-barrel. affair, and the Ad- nero Kirsch So Melvin and Willie I I DOC ,Sanborn of Miami and as BEYOND THE LAW -ibU ftatoa : HATE1 .

Jane snapped out before James could should call It Providential myself- minirtrat.ion..YiJ1 meet the Garage!: joined up and gave Joe Lopez[ anchor the usual Samuella Gold-I Edna Mae Oliver-James GleasonIn TH HoMWk frirmtf Both fat J.'HfrUale

get his mouth open. that be liked It quite Providential. aggregation in the second tilt. and Lewis Pierce a run for their I smith. Bill :Malone was fighting I j COFFEE SHOP NOW orE be. It.n. Hath APrl
well done. James never said a word "Why, James that's splendlJ. I Monday afternoon at 5:30 Willie schedule usual and was 4d Ron.. *.le Bat ails
money but I can't make out against as I MURDER ON A HONEYMOON 24 R__.. Private Bath *JM:
and ate what was given him. although said Jane warmly."Tou ought to geta o'clock the Legion boys will tackle Kemp's hieroglyphics so you'll very nearly victorious and Do was Cara,. y EirvatorPopmlar !. "m! _ftf R__.. Private Bath 4:4MVIJ4.HT :

1 happen to know that .he big tee out of it. The Ellisons sa> the Beacon outfit ad at 7:30 how the score tired out from the play during Matinee: Balcony, lOc; Orck..- Prieaa i lrHKa Foil IM t-BLB
have to ask them I
like his beef rare." that Mr. Preston Is worth a cool liii I o'clock the Recreation team will shots' I tra, 15-20ct Nijht, IS-25c ,I OCCUI'AaCarA
turned out. But Willie made it the morning and most of his
Seems to me that James better millions. But why on earth didn't play the Cuban Club ten. In tbe, in the _
that betook "fooped"
for to see were being up
learn to stand his feet occasionally -' yon tell me about It? very
on own the Ser ice i club will meet
instead of letting Jane do "Nothing to tell." said Jame.shortly. nightcap ': Melvin for a long long sleigh air. Some holes he forgot; how I -....., ... .., ..:;T.. "O5-'... ... .. __
the Bayview Parkers.BASEBALL -------- - r

all the leading. She probably doesn't I ride and I ruppose that Willie is many he made but some he madein I ........................................................ ..............
realize 'Just how such thing sound." You mean he hasn't yet offered i< now eating some nice beefsteakthat par which was vejy gratifying I SC

"There' Just one way to managea engage you?" OUTFIT1ARRWESON will be paid for by Russell's i to Doc. Sammy was shooting i SI

woman like Jane Northrup and "Te-es. he offered to. but 1 I dimes. I see a lot of "x" marks t I pretty good, too, with a 39-37

that with a club." growled the wasnt a case I could touch with i- I after Willie's score and but one S which ha a couple of birdies among.:

Judge rudely. "I never said James ten-foot pole. AS far as i could IIn.1 I CUBALEAVE after Melvin's and that hole was the midst. I BOYS I IS

was perfect-he lint. But If he added out be Is trying Lo get rid of bin wife number fix where the schoolbossmade I'

and has nothing to base his case on
wife-beating to his other qualifications a birdie. The way that Billy Baugus of Ensley Ala.,
1 wouldn't be able to Cod: a flaw except that abe Is old and fa| an.Ihasn't
ENROUTE NORTH} hole i*I now he ought to,be givena \ weighed 26Q pounds on his recent C
In him. Aa It 1* I'm worried-war. been able to adjust herself an
rind slck.Oh. ." rapidly' as he to their rise from noth medal for a bird there. Perhaps S, 13th. birthday, having gained 60

pshaw." said Miss. Julia Ing to five millions. Personally. I be MAY PLAY EXHIBITIONTILT he needed Strunk for buoyancy pounds in the last year.
; :
but then Willie shot a good game,,I I. DO YOU PLAY ? :
"You're talking pure nonsense. lie?. there Is another woman in the HERE ON RETURN .
Kirsch BALLCt
She sent her old friend home somewhat background egging him on." so maybe he was glad .

comforted. but she remained "Do yon know that-or Is It Jua wouldn't play on account of the ( PALACETom 1 :

worried and uncomfortable herself. surmise wind. Kirsch says the only place I Tyler inBORN C
Members of the Cuban Stars
,?1 know be hasn't any' grounds I.. I is sliphorn. S :
from Haavna for wjind! !: ;jnside a ii TO BATTLE, I-. StC
\ baseball team arrived
AMES meanwhile was asking htm- divorce his wife.. 'H Ralph Graves-Lois Wilson in .
dozeD' "He mast'have toe:would not c- on the Cuba yesterday after- : '. \ .
Y self a, times dally Just what. Along comes Berlin Sawyer and: !ti TICKET TO A CRIME I"
had to him and 'Jane consulting a lawyer. You don't knob noon and left on the afternoon .
happened "
: Louis Cruiekshank-and whaled-tlM! t& : I0-15c NJtjbt 1525eOK'd S ,If-you do, and you ,want to get a goodbaseballth: i
things had gone ao well loch while a single thing'abont 'Mrs. Prestonj&emHbejajperfectlyterrIble train for New'York. j : .: ,\
liCe \Ntof: II :&la.; mty S ,
,ifter their trip Easuila bad plunged per Several of the team told Thetttiien ..l.a.il\.lit. jSj J '. bat worth baseball mitt '
.. Sm .. 'iL "- i 30c, or a worth bring, .
&) to hIs werjt'expecting soon to male soul: You .might atjjejst "nd tnfijWhy they had engagements for .. \ :

Another five) thousand 'dollars andtake time.:1'Did,i the'opportunity rerll.e'f' "ddftftet1 of a'\ life'!. playing i" a number of games ia the '.' S your Mother to our store and let her see if she does V.1 ** ,-.- : -.'.

Jane on another wonderful trilL you north and on the return would
I But he hadn't made the five thou Just what did you say' to hint?" I
possibly play one exhibition gamein not want some of our exceptional bargains in household :
1 told him I was not a divorce lawyer. C
sand or In fact much more than usual Key West if arrangementscould .
and In a few weeks Jane began againto 5' C
appear restless and bored; laterto "But you got Sally Mltchel'a divorce be made. ware and supplies. :

complain of her health; or worse didn't you? Yon can: take :. There were fourteen players in C S ftC

still to maintain queer sulky' silencesIn washwoman's case. I fall to'see the the group arriving yesterday who % C"

his to look at him as If fine distinction that keeps you fran are: Jose It!. Fernandez Aurelio S
she wished he were not there. taking Mr. Preston's. Perhaps It wan Cortes. Jose Perez. Carlos Esthe- BARGAINS I I- .: Your Mother will find many articles of great : "

During the next year what little because Sally was lust a lap or two goyen. Jesus Mirallas. Mario % 4 ,'
love there tad been left between ahead of the poor house and couldn Perez Jose Abreu Jose Vargas 'CtC interest in our store.

them seemed to die a rapid and natural pay' you a cent while Mr. Prestor Silvino Rivo, Francisco Martinez IN RE-CONDITIONED CARS S -S 5'

death. Their relations went would be sure to be good for two o. Ramon Rojas Isidro Fabre Sal 5 .

from bad to worse.They had come to three thousand dollars perhaps vador Massip and Julian Nazario. :
h: If she buys $1.00 worth of household goods- C'
the point where James dreaded to be more. 1934 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe Coach, excellent / Ski
alone with his wife-as he realizedone (Copyright. ttil Mattel a. raraka \: 5,1
warm Spring evening with peculiar condition. :. you can have your choice of bat or mitt. .

poignancy as he hesitated at matters Mr. Northrup em!. tomorrow.offer to straighten 1932 Chevrolet Sedan, equipped with dual horns and .

r tranaitone radio. A No. 1 condition. 55S

-- RUSSELL'ScfcoRE 1932 Dodge Sedan, equipped with leather ufholateni.Abargain. '( We also have a real man's bat worth 90c-and 5 ,'

LEAGUE GAMES TODAY '* '.t_ .. H ,. ? '-C C 5'
STANDINGS r 5 maybe Mother will buy $3.00 worth of household :

LEAGUE S 1932 Ford V-8 Coach, alj new tires, very good con-. CI'S
I Llnlce dition, low mileage. ..: goods, and then you can hare this better bat s '
AMERICAN EACUE Washington at Chicago- kiC
Club-- W. L. Pet. vs. Tietje. 1932'aclL.t A good buy :

Cleveland ..._._...._ 9 2 .1118 New York at St. LouiAUen.5- ---0- 1932 Plymouth Seven-Paasenger Sedan, completely .
Chicago _u__ 9 .c .692 vs. Blaeholder. S. S _5. S I reconditioned, an excellent buy ThisoffergoodaslongaourpremIumstc- :

New York 9 5 .643 Boston at Detroit-W. Ferrellvs. Dally Baseball ReturnsBy 1929 Chrysler Sedan, good condition with many miles IS : lasts.

Boston .........._._ 8 Ii .615 C'
Rowe. service.. .
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Wahington! 8 6 .571 Wire S

Detroit ......._.__ 5 9 .357 Philadelphia at Cleveland-Cas- 1929 Ford Coach priced to selL : B

St. Louis .-..._ 2 10 .167 carella"er Dietrich'-vs. Harder. '-0- 1929 Nash Sedan light six, economical 1 transportation.II I ; SC

Philadelphia ..._ 2 11 .15. COME IN AND GET THE I :
NATIONAL LEAGUE Chevrolet Ton and Half Stake Body Truck.
NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at Philadelphia C "Your home is worthy of the best"


New York .....__.._ 8 3 .127 : Pittsburgh at Brooklyn-Weaver SI'I LEAGUES I EASY PAYMENT PLAN

Brooklyn _........_. 9 5 .IU or Blanton vs. Man?*. ---0- I South Florida Contracting &: Engineering Co. j
Chicago ....__.......... 8 5 .615 Cincinnati at New York-Frej CIGARS, CIGARETTES, 1 S
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St. Louts ._..._.._. .. 1 7 .500 vs. HubbelLSt. t SOFT DRINKS, CO. : Phone 598 Write ud Eliza Streets :
Louis at Boston-HaHahan I
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:-: SOCIETY : : SERMON ON SUBJECT OF "DEBT AT BOCA CfflCA During the summer months my ........................ ................-.......

office hours Edgar W. Howe of Atchison. 1765-Medical School of the
will be dis
...........................................J.... "I I I continued. Office at night hours from I Kans., "grand eld man of letters," Univ. of Pennsylvania, first in

OF CHRISTIANITY TO JUDAISM"The WINDS UP MAY DAY, FESTIVI.: born at Treaty, Ind., 82 yean country, established.
RHolds 12 to 1
Stephen Mallory Chapter only, daily except Sundayss.Calls ago. -

TIES DURING PRES. must be given before 6 p. -
Meeting Here ,Yesterday I following is the sermon' have pointed out what God requires 1802-Washington, D. C.. in
After Frederic
ENT WEEK m. this hour only emer- H. Taber of New Bedford -
that was delivered Sunday night of men. They have shownus Mass.. member of the Recon-
will be by
I gency cases seen me.
Rev A. de the subject
There was a very interestin&1 I held until this coming, October, I of "Debt Of Christianity To the manner of worship, "Truthin .,. |f DR. N. C. PINTADO. struction Finance Corp., born at 1
and veil-attended which is in accordance with the the inward parts." 1 '. 1(. ;' Net Bedford, 52 years ago. 1810-The English poet By
Judaism and 'which was much' Students in colored schools of 1!r ayl-U
ron's, epochal of the
R. Chapter, United rules of the various chapters in ,
Stephen Mallory I enjoyed by his many hearers: | "Sometimes,,.as! one:hag! remarked Key West are winding ,up .their / I-) a':. I Hellespont.I .
Daughters of Confederacy.held different other parts of the coun- "I draw your attention this 'Sre smile as we read of ,the May Day week-festivities'"with' ,: a.. ........................ ; Jacob Viner economist, special
afternoon at the } assistant to the Secretary of the
yesterday try.There evening to the thrilling romance'of hundreds of laws which '"their picnic at Boca Chica this afternoon -
home of Mrs George F. Archer were two guests presentat : CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN I Treasury, born in Montreal, 43 I 1917-Britih flag unfurled
1425 Newton street. I the meeting )yesterday Mrs. the religions developmenttandf I-'tea hers insisted. ( were binding i 'Jf. : years AgO.Governor. : over Independence hall Philadel-
I the influence of the House of An exhibit of the work of colored : :1
It was announced at the meeting Neil Knowles and Mrs. Minnie I 'upon men, but all those laws.ex- : phia, for the first, time since Revolutionary >
Israel students will remain
that the local organization I I Hemion both of whom par- press the desire to live more intensely however ]""I Clyde L. Herring of days.
"The of how in the auditorium of the Douglass I
had completed its quota in the,, ticipated in the festivities of the story a wandering : religiously and to order t Iowa,. born at Jackson, Mich., 56
............. .....
i desert tribe, became the religious life individual domestic social High School through Monday. The ..... .
fund being raised for the afternoon. : years ago. 1924-President Coolidge vetoed
tion of General Lee's restora-I I Delicious' refreshments were teachers of the world is a very and political, so as to win, and retain exhibit displays work of students FOR RENT I I Bursum Pension Bill, increas-
facinating one I I' in grade, from the first to
Virginia. served and the meeting was voted I "Themselves small the approval of the holy God the every twelfth. : Dr. James C. Egbert, Columbia ing pensions on plea of economy.
a relatively i
There were several other mat. one of the most successful held they served.! BICYCLES-WE RENT by the 'University's professor of Latin
part of the world's Literature art work, manual I
ten of interest to the organization I I in: many months. have populetion I "To Judaism we owe Chris and Hour, Day or Week. Repairall II and director of its University Ex- born at Dagus }Mines Pa. 52 years
they become the religious training products chemistry:
discussed with plans out!, The next meeting which .will leaders for all time. tianity itself. other science displays and a num- makes and paint them with tension, born in New York, 76 ago.
II | We all know debt to !
lined for future operations of the our Nu-EnameL We full
be in October stated will be ber other kinds work done carry a years ago.
as "When you read the names of' of of
members of the--chapter. I I I Joseph the son of Jacob. To brave supply of parts. Agent for the Sir Ronald Lindsay Britain's
held at the home of Mts. Alllan the authors of this wonderful, by the students may be seen at
It was announced that this, I and fearless Daniel. To patient Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.: Rev. Ambassador
'' collection of books rememberthe the high school.Wednesday Lewis O. Hartman of Boston to the U. S., born 58
would be the last,, meeting to be B. Cleare, Sr.! on North Beach. II I and suffering Job. And sell them as low as $5.00 editor of Zion's Herald bornat years ago.lK'K.
writers Jews. May Day week was
I are I| No better companion for any down and $1.00 per week. We I _
LaGrange Ind. 59
I festival. years ago.
you think of the remarkable inaugurated with a May
I young man can be found than the Buy and Sell all makes of used check
Junior Woman's Club Holds I I writing of the Apostle I Book of Proverbs. This included coronation of a Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. : George Madden Martin (Mrs.
I Paul don't forget his nationality. queen May pole dances, massed MALARIA
"We have 66 books in
our Stowers company, 515 Duval
I Attwood
| : R. Martin of Louis
"And as you sit at the feet of drills of boys and girls and several ; -
Enjoyable Meeting Yesterday I I the greatest of all teachers, recollect -', Christian Bible, and thirty-nine athletic events. street apr9-tf i ville Ky., author born there, 69 IB 3 days
we. have taken from the Bibe!' of I:
-- again He was not an I) the Hebrew. We thank them for I The entire program which: start- FURNISHED BUNGALOW modem I years ago. OLDS.

,An exceptionally large number semblage gathered in. the spacious I American even an Englishman.i!*'that wonderful gift. ed Wednesday was sponsored by conveniences. 634 William Dr. Edward-E. .lied.. Tdklr !
I salon and enjoyed, a repast of delicious and never a German He was a', that he recr< tIGn'-depiiitln.ntlof the street. Apply Valdes .fr.td.y. J
Christians lament
Vere-'In attendance ati the social '"Many York V
noted chem +
meeting of''Junior Woman's"'Club) sandwiches ., olives. cookies, r JEW. the union'between Jew'a'nd Christian -I 1'.1''ey1' West. 'Administration. Bakery.apr27 j I. t.L. :1n1'70<u4 LAXATIVEI I

1UI I'I.candy. and punch.->... .' E' is not closer. W'e' are,drawing I ..... ...... I F,
\r'AeUa.a'rthhi> l 'nfIt'ro I hostesses 'Miss'l.LeonorI I and that is'80ni thlng:. : PIANO TUNING ,:
:I were "Those Jews had a most unhappy together : I ; ; ,
of the ICeJ Wwt,Woman's '-Cl4b WarreiT Mliis Catherine Huau and I I experience in the land 1 i "Dr. Joseph KtaJsn< 'rl"*" of r Today's; i

.on.. Division street:. 'I t i I I' Miss Anne bu' can. Miss Huau where they were slaves and:Jerusalem the' Jewish' writer has I PIANO TUNER Laureano Ito' I.UKReclining
fnterest'centered: iV'tYe'gndgVgames ) pre'sufea'aVtne'p'ifoch bowl and this''''to of the of all Anniversaries reno. Excellent piano for sale 'Ser
_ served their masters. I. ;say greatest i r
which were lively and' Misses Warren and Duncan supervised I ,"In a short time they subjugated I.Jews. Jesus Christ. I cheap.: 1018 Division street. i

closely contested. Miss Clara the serving. the earlier inhabitants of the.1 "Jesus was a true Jew of the saeae.aaeeeae.e..aC.eae apr22lmoFOR I I

Yates' score was high and won J I At the conclusion of the activL land, and earned the respect of Jewish family. A product of. 1469 Niccolo Machiavelli,

the first prize. Miss Alce Curry j ties an announcement was made the surrounding nations. I'Judaism. A Jew to His finger-! Italian diplomatist statesman SALEPRINTINGQuality I II I

was awarded the cut prize and that installation of the Junior and "How the kingdom was divided,I I tips. Most Jews are more than born. Died June 22, 1527.

Miss Barbara Carey won low] Senior officers will take place at later overthrown carried into cap I|.willing to take a just pride in the the Lowest Prices Printing The Art at]!II

prize. j the Mothers and Daughters lunch- tivity and ceased to exist as a nation > I greatest of Prophets the One 1812-Lot M. Morrill, Maine Press. ang7 I
After announcement of prize i eon to be held May 11 in theI u common knowledge. that we tern, the Son of God. I governor U. S. Senator and Secretary I

winners and the awards, the as-,I rooms of the Public Library. "Later those of the southern i The Templar has paid his tri-: of the Treasury, born at MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 500

kingdom men of stern make-up, : bute to Jesus in the followinglines. Belgrade, Maine. Died Jan 10, sheets $1.25. The Artman I

I returned, many of them to Jeru- I 1883.
Poetic Group To I Dance Tomorrow salem, restored the Temple and i "You are a Christian, Nathan.I Press, Citizen Building. jun27tf

to the religion of their fathers. I! Yes, by heaven, You are a Chris
Meet On MondayThere Night At Club 1816-Montgomery C. Meigs, Chair
I "Later they threw off the yoke tian. Never was a better, to, OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two!
j I soldier-engineer Union commis-
of tjie Greek kingdom of Syria! which the Jew replies.
are a number of p *eta t Habana-Madrid Club will sponsor rallied under the Maccabees only}f "What makes me a Christian I sary commander in the Civil War, bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of-.i t

in Key West who are interestedin I a big dance and floor show tomorrow to fall later under the of i in your eyes Makes you in minea I born at Augusta Ga. Died in fice. oct6 Chair
power ; l Reclining without Arm Rest ., ___. $1.25
the observance of National Washington Jan. 2, 1892. 'h.'UU
Jew. Happy for both.
night with several new mighty Rome. j i
Poetry Week.A' I "Once } This Sunday evening we ack- PERFUMEA iI Reclining Chair with Arm Rest ......w.......___..... $2.65
more they were captured -
features heading the program., I : I t I '
public meeting will ,be held Several numbers ., their loved Temple broken i!| nowledge our debt to Judaism.We 1817-Horatio E. Hale noted BLOCK OF "ORRIENTTE". i Reclining chair with Arm Rest and Canopy .__. $4.00
at 8:00 p. m. on Monday, May 6,I surprise down, and only now are they returning greatly need the lessons, American-Canadian ethnologist of PERFUME placed in bureau''

at 708 Eaton street in ,order to i are in store for the patrons of in their thousands to the i 1 they can teach us, and I speak I his day born at Newport" N. H. drawer pocket or suit-case per-\, Reclining Back Rest, 95c Metal Lawn Sets, $23.90

give those who are known to write this club which will be an- I[r of course of the true Jew and Died Clinton Ontario Dec. 28,
not land of their fathers. at : fumes everything that comes in i,; Umbrellas, $4.95 up Folding Canvas Cots, $3.40
verse an opportunity to participate t nounced until tomorrow night. "For many years now, a people i follower of His God. I 1896. contact with it. Odor lasts for

in the event and the preparationsfor I Dolhs Burchell and Gerald with no homeland. No Temple in I I How much we need increased months. Every woman that
it. ]I which reverence in our places of wor-
In this details will be' Finder are scheduled to do the they can worship the God I 1844-Charles Custis Harrison, smells the fragrant fresh rose
meeting "Las Stamboras" the new dance of their fathers. I ship.How Philadelphia financier Universityof odor of these blocks of perfume' ORDER. EASY TERMS IF DESIREDLONG'S
worked ont for a presentationwhich I in-Jean Har. "On the other hand, they have r difficult to realize you Pennsylvania! provost, born in wants on. One''sent for lOc
will be irf with the number I'
keeping, '!Ilow's picture' "Reckless" which proved themselves to be good citi- are in the House of God at times. Philadelphia. there, Feb. or 3 for 25c. We want agents
dignity of other National Poetry' zens. Whilst retaining their racial I I What open flagrant and wicked 12, 1929. everywhere. Sells in every
'is in the futureI FURNITURE STORETRY
be shown
the to near
Week celebrations all
over identity they have become citizens desecration of the day we are house. R. Wimmel. W. 1528:s!
I Theater.
at the Monroe '
nation. I of the countries where they : warned to observe as Holy to 1849-Jacob A. iiiis, journalist, Monroe Ave., Huntington. W.

Key Westers who are interestedin live, and their untiring activity I r! Almighty God. editor reformer and sociologist, Va. may3-ltx

this forthcoming: event, are invited Dance Tonight At and indomitable spirit has brought i,I "The Jew was solemnly warnedby eminent citizen born in Denmark. ._ .

to attend this meeting. Cuban Club them to the front in every depart: God not to adopt the heathen Died in New York, May 26, 1914. -- -

ment of life. customs of the unbelievers aroundhim.

Melody Hour On He waj to be distinct, separate I860-Edwin Musser Herr not :
Thompson's 8-piece or-
Tommy I and know He was a child of ed electrical and mechanical: engineer -
Next Thursday chestra will play for the dance to I
"As a people they have had 18-1 t| God. born at Lancaster, Pa.
be given tonight at Cuban Club vere trial. In their scriptures the! How many of us, who are not Died in New York, Dec. 24, 1932.
The third Key West Melody i on Duval street. Dancing will I God they worshipped plainly! stat'Jews, have failed in our allegiance i

Hour will be held next Thursday, begin at 9 o'clock. ed what would happen if they were to Him. ,

as announced'three weeks ago. I This will be the orchestra's first unfaithful to Him. The same '', "In closing let me commend Bermuda Meat MarketPhone BEFORE YOU BUY

A very special program will be.appearance as.an 8-piece' band fate awaits, all people who imagine|' to you the Scriptures of the Jews

presented in observance of Na.i The organization was recently they can break the commandments j Of them Beattie has said 861-W Free Delivery I
tional Music Week. ,( enlarged to provide better music White at Virginia St..
5 God, and fail to keep His "There is not a book on earth, I
The director of the Chamber for the Key West public. SAT. and SUN. SPECIALSBeef
statutes.: No nation can do that, so favorable to all the kind and .
Musicians announces that this pro-| From all indications there will and prosper and it is no secret to) to all the sublime affections or Roast, Ib .... 2Sc

gram will consist of requested f' be a large- crowd: in attendance to. you, that your minister considers|I so unfriendly to hatred and persecution Rib Roast, Ib 2Se I

players and, compositions. .J night. that irreligion Sabbath desecration -I to tyranny, injustice Clear Stew Meat, Ib 20c FREEFOR

r... I 0- --- i. -4 _. drink, gambling night clubs j| and every sort of malevolence as. Small Chops, Ib .._- 2fte ,, ,

.oeeee..oioe.eeoeo- .'eoeooo;; .4uu <.......................... Sunday dances retard and do not i the Co! help a real comeback to our city.(I! "Keyi: 'West; will do 'well 'to' follow Veal Cutlets Ib-.r- .? 35c t :;

- PERSONAL I, MENTION "Prosperity canuot be built on, the Jew just as ra'tf""I'cFfar.{ !I Veal Roast, Ib .:..-*,M. 30c -- -

..",.. ......., ...r'.."....." ..................:................ such a foundation and, I am hopeful -!; as he ''follows the" teachihg-fbf"lhe"' ':' :11r. ...... SPRING.LAMB. .,. ,
and confident we shall'realize!iI God of his race. ::1 ,_.. _....
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{; Shoulder.
'Benme Cabrera was an arrival( :MISS Mizpah ,:Roberts, and twin I this truth, that Key West may be I ; :
Chokeb30c.Stea. ; ; ((6. 15e
yesterday from,Miami 'for a .visit sister, Miss Kathleen,,left yesterday -!blest by the God o! Jew and GenII ] Joyce i Wethered, by some cofi- FRESH'} KILLED'PORKFresh rr-: ; : ". "i.THREEMONTHS1 : I'j" -""'! '
relatives. afternoon fur :Miami where tile alike. > tsid red the '" .J..
with >I' I I. greatest:woman player Killed Milk Ted 'Veal ; r... *.. ,
they will spend a while with rela I "The Jew has been ready to accept in the history of golf is to makea Large Shipment Peanut Fed : .r s-\ '"'

Robert Lewis, who was spend- tives.; truth from all quarters. He !! 12-week tour of America as a Hens Just Received

ing a few days in Miami with always had a genius for religion, professionalPLAZA Heavy Western Meat

relatives and friends returned E. R.Lowe* justice of the peaceat and as a people they are rising to There is only ONE way to find out whether an I
yesterday. Tavernier, who was in Key a higher and truer conception of
West on business with the county God. I ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expect of it.

H. I,. Teet, auditor for a chainof commissioners, left yesterday aft- "To them we owe the wonderful j That's by testing it with your own recipes, in your own I

restaurants and news stands, ernoon for his home. conception of One God and that DUVALME 1 kitchen. That way, you find out EXACTLY what an
arrived yesterday to check: up accounts God. the Father of alL | ., .
at a local unit.R. Aldrich Boss of the internal "They have spoken of God as ) AT MARKETPHONE electric range will do under your own system of cooking. t I II I

revenue department, at one time a Moral Being. A Covenant-teep-J! I r a '

L. Bow, construction engi- deputy collector at Key West, ing-God. They have retained a 479-J The Key West Electric Company extends an invita-

neer on the bridge project at Lower Mrs. Boss and the baby arrived I sense! of His Majesty.' Holiness and : Duval at Petronia Streets tion to ALL customers to make this test without cost orobligation. I

Matecumbe, arrived yesterdayfor this week from Jacksonville Power which some of us appear! MEAT SPECIALS ;v. I

a visit with the local officeat are the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. I to have lost. t .1f I
the biological station. John Delgado on Southard street.I', "The Jew has taught us an ethical -. STEAK 27c I
r :
Mrs. Boss was ''before marriage. i monotheism we do well to re SANDWICH SHOP Ib .._.__ The Company has such complete confi'dence .in the

Mrs. Fay Bethel and children Miss Dorothy Cleare, daughter of lain BRISKET STEW, T4h" : performance of the ELECTROMASTER RANGE that it

who were spending a week in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Cleare.A I "The Jews in their scriptures 503 0..1 Street ; Ib _--.. _,__, : i{ is willing to place 'a three or four burner range in your ..

with relatives and friends. re- I ,Where 5'c is 1tEA' MONEY GRouND' BEEF, 15c: 1 ... 14 'home;ion_trial $for, a period of three months without anyobligation ._ .
turned normal re- -
yesterday. man, now was
Ib on 1 15c 1f 1t
-'-" --- jj your part.
: .
:: rr #"f" ;
vived in a Washington BARBECUE y. _
Mrs. Braxton B. Warren left after his heart had been still for LEE BAKER'S WICHES. SAl'D5c'__'...n'n,'". RIB ROAST: ,, .20c 5s.'seas'7" .CeeUe ; "

afternoon for Miami seven minutes. :i frj_ n --' At the ends,l.the trial period us only
yesterday I i you pay ..
I .
where she will spend a vacation of, Ii i i MEATMARKETH I I _5ci PIG TAILS 35c' :' ,; $1,25 or $1.75 per month ,:

10 days with her son-in-law and 1 "I'.6I'I'.JtrA 2 Ibs. ...._......_......_.._ f -3 / '-1.J'IIJ! !I' ,. t i'J --, '".
i .. ; ,
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clements I HENS '.% -
Hudson for Shoulder
remaining Pork Ham Pork DRAUGHT BEER ___ 2 Ibs. .....-.........-..-
May 12. ; I Sugared Cared Hama
yea Jo a receive year I I I OVERSIZE SURPRISE TRIPE
Spring Lamb Nice Veal 5 25c Electric Service-- The More You Use
William McNulty: left last eve. paper by 6:15 o'clock !i. ttaftermoOB I Freak Liver J 1 I SA.'IlDWICH, .t _....... 2 Ibs. ..-.-

ning on the Steamship Cuba for call tefopKea 51 I Sausages Lower The Rate
sad a will DO seat to Spare oz
Tampa where he will spend an! indefinite paper 1 I ::5c 2 Ibs.PORJC. ._.__
MILK, at
A mpi.t
time with relative and your -- 'orU I AH iBgredieBts for' Somse "

friends. I 615.to.. duty 715p.at tlu.* offieo n. for from theParp. 1 I I wARE- OPEN SUNDAY Large Bag of Saratoga 5e l I II lb _.CHOPS..__..___....__.25c THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY
i iI I Potato Chips --..--.........
cI.U..ri.a eom- I I PURITAN HAMS, half
:Mrs. H. Archer, who was MORNINGS 24c
pending two weeks as the guestof plaiats. Help as.give yea 100 I I A portion, .f Potato Chipaserved or whole Ib _,,_ 1I

Mr. and 'Mrs. Wesley Archerat porct ..rv c. by ealinf 51 I Pla-. 695 Free .Delivery 1 fee. cc all ea.dwich., CHICKEN 28c I
the home on Fleming street, if*..yea. do not receive Th '$22' FlemUg .Street ] CURS SERVICE lb ..--._..,..._..-:-- .
left yesterday afternoon for her
home in Miami. 't j t..
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