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 6, 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
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00007
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[Associated Service.Press Day Wire. i Wczt c Key_West Florida_, has the

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For Best 55 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the I country equable: with weather an average in the

I range only 14* FahrenheitVOLUME i


I Concern Over Number, Of i j' MAJ." R. GIBSONTO HEAVY BLOW DELIVERED AT VARIOUS ''Roosevelt's Demand To Have Congress


"New Deal" Publicity Experts:I ON INSPEcTIoN --+-- Enact His Full Legislative *

/ SIGRID ARNE Cano Morris, stage beauty, had Program

{Associated Press St.ff.Writer. ) better luck
; according to her att.orney..He -
Movement Under Way To ['UNITED STATES John McNaboe.. New York state I
II said she received payment -
INSPECTION, WILL BE HELDIN ;senator estimates $10,000,000 a At Present Session

Look Into Press Relations COURTCONVENES LOCAL. ARMORY, WHITE I year passes? from the pockets of i[''I out of court after he asked : Deemed Certainty

I I I' men to palms of fair damsels who the case be dismissed. She sued

AND SOUTHARD STREETS failed to "center aisle it" although I I Charles T. Davis, a retired manufacturer ; -- _-- --
Administration ,
Under Present they heard, or thought they heard, in California in 1930, 1

APPLICANT-R; CITIZEN.t J TOMORROW EVENING I mention of marriage. asking for $200,000. She said she GRAN VERBENATO 1r,8.1.4T11118I Most Difficulty In Various

McNaboe sponsored his state's. had traveled from Cleveland to I I
SHIP APPEAR; OTHER PRO. bill to outlaw "heart balm" suit California to meet him and at hij TAKE PLACE LAKE MICHIGAN GIVES II Ii i I Issues Expected To Be

CEEDINCS CARRIED ON !Major Richmond T. Gibson, U.I The ten million, he says, is only expense, and that he had promisedto I CHICAGO DUST STORM'Or I

By HERBERT PLUMMER S. A., C. A. c., instructor. for the :I the sum exacted from those willing marry her. I II Encountered In SenateI

Br AMrlatr4 .... ..) I i 265th R.egiment. Florida National,i I to reveal what they paid; "we The largest breach of promise' COMING SUNDAY I ( Ae..eistrd t'rrssl I

WASHINGTON May 6.-When i United States court convened Guard, is scheduled to arrive tomorrow -I have Jib knowledge of the amounts award reported ia this country; CHICAGO May d.-It isn't I BodyBy

former President Hoover's'seee 'I 3:30 o'clock this afternoon with I I over the highway for an I I!, paid out of court behind the was for $450,000, but later it was' f dust in their eyes that's causing ,

i inspection of the personnel and| doers of lawyers." He declares cut to 150000. MAYOR MALONE AND ADMINISTRATOR Chicago's south skiers to
Judge Halsted L. Ritter the I
to ry-*>Ted Joslin, one-Urn* bench and the on officials equipment of Battery "E," which i ii I further that the suits always are It was not a young and beau complain this spring-it's
following court i is in Key West. This will be held i directed at the wealthy or pro-. tiful chorus girl who collected: ] GILFOND WILL Ju.tr" coffee! HERBERT PLUMMER
Washington press correspondent i|i in attendance: John W. I (fly A.I.... .' ....
in the Armory 7:30 but 45-year-old of r And it hasn't
p. m. j I minent. a manager : n thing to do
publicly called attention to the!,I I Holland U. S. Attorney; E. R. I Today the major is on the keys i Widely discussed heart balm roming house Bertha A. Clea-(; GIVE ADDRESSES; ALL-DAY.. with the dust storms that WASHINGTON, May 6.U
I Williams clerk; Earl W. Sprague, .
number..,of em. i deputy clerk; C. Rodney Gwynn,t': inspecting the officers and members suits of recent years, have! been, venger: She, brought butt in PICNIC PLANNED .have been ravaging the west, there had been any doubt that

newspapermen I deputy. clerk: Guy C. of the battery.on, duty at!;cited to ,bear, : out, McNaboj's Detroit? i in, 1929.against. John H. either The "dust" here is .

ployedd by;.the; "new ,deal.," he >marshal C. ;D. Youngs Reeve, federal U. S.I j!! Islamorada. The entire day will he|,I statement, The, }pmts ,have.,asked. ,Castle,! a,, .real estate. man. who ,:I coming from. the badly. riled ,I President Roosevelt is determined

started something.WhetherJoslin; alcohol unit; ; P. J. Galvin, customs i devoted to this inspection which i|I foE health ..*uius'" ,and, trig!i ; men,,was., several, years younger .tbanj i. Plans for: the Gran Verbena to:I waters of Lake Michigan, I I| to have, congress enact his full
will include all of the camp she. Her plea centered aroundher. storm-tossed for weeks.. 'I'II
agent. i ; defendant ? ,have ,pot, been! pa relief :' ;: be put on at the Coral Isle Casino I
is directly ,,responaibl I There are also 16 jurors. Of i equipment as well as personal,!: .rolls i bywide/ ,.margins, i claim', sh9 had: ,aided i .Castle'' i I .i i i legislativeprogram at, the present
j equipment of the men I to rise from ,$l-a-day..auto-:- !! next Sunday afternoon Mother'sDay ; r.lIIP"PII.AT.i!i
I I RuJyaSuad Twit, j jI a
or mot, a m.v.is! aed.r this cities number on the 14 east are coastTwo from other I This inspection is ,the most im- Rudy ,Vftllee.the! famous.cro9ivler. : ,.,mobile worker's job t.o. : by .the Lady's Lodge, Sacer-':I ,: *:! ..!<>.,,Jl wa. .removed bjr his 15tCs -
way,.to,look iato the press_, relations 1 M. Pierce and Richard II. Sawyer L.J,i portant of the annual inspections!I has been ,the taget for, two, lionaire's, estate. mil"j' dotisas del Hogar and Caballero I,! ARCHITECTURALSERVICES i I ,, ."fircaUI. chat" to the coanlry.Sem .
of the. national! guard as it has for I' such suits Frances Singer, Anne Caldwelr. Case j
aet-up under the present administration are from Key West < andactress ; de la Luz, are nearing completion. I I
its purpose the end in 'view of determining ,asked for $250,000 claim. Few novelists would e members of congress bass
Directly after court convened! will be several
There prize contests -
which may result in the fitness of men and I lug. Vallee had wooed her with' Euch dramatic ups and downs aa! I BY FERA
five applicants for citizenship appeared -! during the fiesta in which ,i iI said privately' all along that t !tWLit.
should the .
equipment organizationbe Caldwell, II
weeping changes in the multifarious before the judge and after, his songs. over the air. The suit occurred to Anne al
called into service. I was heard in New York in 193%. musical comedy actress who valuable gifts are to be given Mouse would b. forced to
the regular questioning ad-I BEING OFFERED
publicity activities. of the were Major Gibson i is no stranger to Valtee's attorney. said the young brought a suit in 1925 about away in each contest.
mitted I I
to citizenship. They were: : I ) *I curtail material1/ of
"..w JeaL" Rafael Fernandez Gonzalez, Rob-' Key West as he has been in Key ;:!, woman had written 1.930:) letters which many, many words were II One of the high spots of the i i I program

ert Thomas Newbold. Francisco West a number of times and has!i I proposing to Vallee. I II written. Spanish all-day picnic will be the!!f I.' legislation: tfilets it was willing for
Certainly it is causing. the deepest a number of friends who will extend -,I When the judge ordered her to She asked $500.000) of John W. I TO AID KEY WESTERS WISHING -.
Rivas. Manuel Varela Fernandezand
concern among members of to him a welcome.PINEAPPLES put up $250 bond as security for Hubbard. the millionaire "shovel 1) speeches by Mayor William II.i the session to te prolonged' far inI .
Juan Antonio Monson. ]
that of whom1' for ; I Malone and It!. E. Gilfond local TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL -
group many The of Dora the costs in the case she failedto king filing suit J its Pittsburgh.Miss ;
case Lopez charged to the Both have
I summer. nousesbeen
sook newspaper positions. to take with having in her possession : ARESENTOUTSUNDAY follow the order and the suit. Caldwell was awarded FERA administrator who will address HOUSING LOAN IN FUTURE I

over publicity ,connections or relations liquor on which the necessary tax i was dismissed. $50,000. She said; .he used part of those in attendance. Lateron I I in session now some four
with various bureaus and I Another time a Follies beauty, the money to bi y her parents a I
had not been paid, was called for when the has been
program months and
of the
departments of the she crtly one prow--
government.From trial. The defendant entered a Agnes O'Laujrhlin, wanted $200 home in Chester Pa. Later i -.

their. standpoint the situation plea of not guilty. The case will 000 from Vallee in a breach of opened a Park avcnugovrn shop], completed it will be announced I I I dent's major proposals-work re.

is all the more serious because !go to the jury. Mayor Wm. II. promise Fuit she brought in New which closed. banally she! wasi through the columns of The Citizen I The architectural. services of the

a fellow member of tbecrart.Senator Malone is defending. THIRTY-SIX CARLOADS SENT York in 1929. She said Vallee had supposed to 1.a. s been recognized;! a* well as the time of theaddresses I| Key West Administration have; lief-lias been anactviL

Carter Glass of promised, to marry her the preceding holding a $12-a-week job as an: to be made by the above:]I been offered to all Key Westers'I '! The remainder of the .pmgriii<,
Virginia, owner of two daily newspapers TO NORTHERN MARKETS June. The case was dismissed usher in a New York theater. That i |
mentioned. j 1 wishing to apply for a Federal extension of NRA. economic -
and who proudly boasts h s THIEVES ENTER I i girl identified as Miss Caldwell I
was "educated in the newspaper BROUGHT FROM CUBA Largest Known Award disappeared after the news was'' Arrangements are being made I t:|: Housing loan, M. E Gilfond, Keys i iI curity. the banking bill and the,

business"-apparently is un- LOWE'S PLACE In another heart balm suit.( aired. I through. the! FERA. and HonoraryPresident |!I I West: admin 5t.rahr, announced! measure to eliminate some of tho

sympathetic toward them. -- ,1 : of the Fiesta M. E. Gil-i+''thU morning. This service; is being -;! holding companies in public ut,uI
Glaze QnJ>ubI cit7 Another shipment of pineapples!: --- ---- '- fond, who with. Hon. .WilKaift H.I I l I offered ',without _cost to k calj j tier hu
; are
'r Class'" 'chairman* i.f 'the 'ap ARTICLES AMOUNTING TO wa* tent out .yesterday' ,morning START CRUSADE' 1! HOSPITALITY UNIT i iI I Malone was unanimously selected- |!citizens. wishing tee take advantage tr i,I' it Impbssraie H R hrcjptrovpr Raj ,;;mss. iit ,

propriations committee, has raised from Key West consisting:: of 36 by the lodges: to aid in thia pro-i t time will) be required to thrnthem
of the loan privilege of thed.'
the question whether there is any TWENTY-F1VE DOLLARS cars. Of this shipment 32 cars, |

specific authorization for the TAKEN AT COFFEE SHOP were leceived Saturday. from TO HALT FIRESCHILE'S TO HOLDMEETINGBREWER I i I gram.TIle' regular; Sunday band con-I I' eral )Housing Administration. t out.

many publicity bureaus scattered) Cuba and four cars were from a' I cert will be played at the Coral | Under provisions of the loan Senate Causing DelayIf

throughout the various departments Some time during Saturday hold-over shipment of the previous I Isle Casino instead of the Bayview II| act plans and specifications. must),f' it were I left to the house: />".

and emergency organizations thieves day.Of INAUGURATES II AND CORLEY WILL)I I Park on this particular day. :1 | president's program proba) I
morning '
night or Sunday CAPITAL be submitted with the application
of the government. those received Saturday,' i The FERA is cooperating with could be completed with a mn.-:

lie'has gone so far as to serve broke Harry Lowe into the Caroline coffee street shop and of'I 11,452 crates, there were tour : MOVEMENT TO PREVENT I GIVE ADDRESSES AT SESSION I j I! the lodges to the best of its ahil-"i for a loan. The service offered by'\| mum of delay. Despite. the fa:: '

notice that these governmental with on his entire stock cars, 2,400 crates, held over for I, i I II | ity to make this Gran Verbena and the Key West Administration will'; .h meu-e leaders have aband departed THIS EVENING I
agencies have no lawful right to OfJ instructions |! CONFLAGRATIONS Fiesta a big succera.s expedite the handling of applications "gag" tactics for the time bun-

expend the money cf the government cigarettes nies cigars and a few The shipment yesterday made a! I I I r the First National Bank,!: that body still. seems to get th'nj: ;
from the cash register. by
in that way and cites in sup total. of 280 cars cent< out from done. The economic security <"i1.,:
port of this contention a 20yearold Mr. Lowe told The Citizen here since the beginning of toe I' (n, *...rUile. ..r.... \I I I Accepting an invitation from ; TO HEAR CASES and also will make availabe! top j was hustled! through quickly. The

law (Title :5 of the United. entrance was gained by t.hat.1 seas n. Now that there has been :: SANTIAGO Chile. May 8.-' Mayor Wm. II. Malone, president applicants skilled architectural ad-; hatiking; bill expected to be mi

States! Code) which reads:* off the battens on the a great deal of rain in the fruit''Two hundred fires, which dest.roy-I!i I of the Key West Hospitality I I IN SCREEN LAW vice and suggestions to aid in designing ."i ilarly! expedited.The .
window on the west side oj :
"Publicity experts not to be section of Cuba, it is believed that: $832,000) I homes or in the repair -' rub com with the :-ell1"; -
building, the sash was smashed and I cd 16,000,000 pesos ( I League. Henry Brewer, of Hartford new
t The manner in which senatorpo'!
employed without. shipments to Key West will be ; ;
riation. No money specific appropriatedby approp- the inner battens over the window f.j speeded up. I II worth. of property. in this city!t; Conn., will address the J ; of old ones, both of which' themselves tied up on the fo <

any act shall be used for the forced off. I It i* the opinion of those interested -' alone within a year, have roused league I i this evening at the regular ,[ NINE INVOLVED IN ALLEGED; can be negotiated through tbe gan-Wagner: anli-iynching bill) i ,

compensation of any publicity expert The thieves then forced. the| in handling the consignments insurance companies to demand': semi-monthly meeting to be held j I VIOLATION OF CITY Federal Housing Administration'. ; typical. Any one of the pro,'f> !'
door leading from the kitchen to|
unless specifically appropriated the breaking the": of the fruit. arriving at Key I laws which will stop the epidemic'I 8 o'clock in Hospitality house II end its agent here, the first National i(: pending on the president's vio
for that shop proper West, that this feaon there will i ORDINANCEinvolving I gram H capable; of holding rp: ;rl-
purpose. hooks, entered the. shop and tooki of almost nightly blazes. J I Mr. and Mrs. Brewer have beenI Bank. J jounrment indefinitely.Heat .
Bureau Magazines be a greater number of cars have
a umber of cartons of } The superintendent of the insurance in Key West for the winter season i! Persons wipingto ?rop-t,
Recent warning by the American sent out than was sent out last. !I measured fcr alteration. I May Prod Senate

Newspaper Publishers As one ly filled full box box,of 90 cigars cents CigaretteS'1 season when the total was 1,268. concerns taking the,and; Mr. Brewer will tell of his :;I I Nine cues: alleged: ;; erty wanting a design for a new building on-/I The president. and other .<>

sociation-to' editors to"bewre' of nickels} and about 50 I problem: thenewspapers,"com-1 I I reactions during his stay'and: dis-I viola t., ,- f e city screening or-Idmaut may call upon Donald Corlcy1,] dralers" are determined\ obta n

the "powerful and insidious -me, the register. Total loss was about GROUP RETURNS I plained? that .existing statute!; Puts!;! the*- relative appeal-of; Key{;, pID1f t to come up in muni- chief architect with the Key West],enactment of reform legislation

chanism" of- J'Overnmmt''pub: .$25. l i makes tit. .almost, iutpossible4atoconvictjncentaristseven i!'West as-.*' winterresort! as com!''cipat- his afternoon. Administration who will be glad!I I tJt this, session to supplement thai:
licity has done little te" ease the the 1 1 nce\'he-Yirst' of the, mont.h.ii1JMctUBnft.he to make the rends of his de|put through the lastse; There is clue to '
no .t houghi "'sec1ftiomC ; ,
t.hleves'l 'pared to ''OJi1mlesj and
mind; of those engaged in such! Mr; Lowe said l FROMLONG 1 KEYRALPH ", ., '' '[ city sanitary de-!| partment available In aiding: thej 1 Next year there is to be a prrndential J
circuit" alibi usually .i 01<
the "short ': build.The .' and know t
work. tt.s
election they
i partment have been waging an aggreysie 'i citizen wishingtorepair: or.
Glass charges that some of the offered by. defendants: is rejected f)."Anotherbpetaeteivih1 be' Don'alJCorley c campaign for compliance' administration( ; wiW 1 U f u/c-' chances are slim forgetting vr.;.'

bureaus are printing illustrated MISS HJORT NOW I GUNN AND OTHERS 1 ia the majority.caees. .. .. 'I I ,'architect of the FERA' Wth) the oVdfnance( in an effort tioning as a cKy btSiwinjr''dfpartmrnt'now. -' much done then. The entire membership

magazines: and one of them a tri to reduce the number of flies and' Administrator Gilfond of the house! and one-
He said Santiago has half the administration, who will give an
weekly These : taken in or- ) third of the senate will be up >or
newspaper would NURSE similar inserts in Key West, and said. This move was
STUDENT the entire outline of the new services offer
fires of
be.eall d upon to justify their existence FOR PLANTING HERE country. ed the administration and ;'1 to raise the health standards of der that no unsightly or dangerousstructures :. re-election! as hell and pre' nr'
il the senate should go into i One judge recently sentenced afire by pos- the city. would be erected or alterations will! be exerted for a short sod
j I ftibly sum up the various activities -,
the question I I bug to 15 years upon 't.hel One person was fined $25 or 30 undertaken. Anyone planning snippy cession. '
the administration
IN' Ralph Gunn, of the FERA, anda |p of the branch of '
APPOINTED TO PLACE conviction of his conscience" and days in jail in municipal court last to alter a building or con- Members of congress alway art
| of which he is the advisory <
of workmen returned .. ..
group should submit impatient to finish their in-
Friday, with the sentence rtruct one
I I suspended -I a new
DELEGATES GOING RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL AT j was applauded in the press. and executive head .
Sunday afternoon on the Schooner I, j provided he would comply) the proposal to Mr. Corley who in Washington during aa election
1Mrs } Eureka, Hall Master, with. coconut _. and home. They will ha<
JACKSONVILLE -- --- :,with provisions of the ordinance will go over the entire proposal year go
TO CHURCH MEETJoseph trees and coconuts. (' within 24 hours.PRE with Fire Chief Harry Baker and an added incentive in 1976 becauseof
I The trees and nuts were gathered -: {(''IIIIIIIIIII.I"III.Sll I T. .E. Roberts. sanitary officer. the presidential election.

at Long Key. There are about for'' It's an axiom in Washingtonthat
These three will be responsible
Allen, of The Key West Hattie Hjort of 614 Deyi 3.000 nuts. Most of them will be & VISITORS the of the building permit hot weather. does more to >.,.
Citizen, and Frank Alvarez will street has received a letter from! prepared and used by the handi- l Announcing I I i -i: fluence congress to shut -hnp

leave this afternoon for Daytona her daughter. Miss Harriett'j craft department which is con. t this character and than either the president or any-
In the
Beach to attend the Diocesan Con- Hjort, announcing her appoint-! ducted in the building formerly i ARRIVE SUNDAY way. homes one else.SPONGE.
charm of Key West and its
vention the ment as student nurse in Riverside i\ BALLANTINE'S THREE X ALE
of South Florida Dio Hospital, Jacksonville Miss Hjort I the Hotel Jefferson. r---- can be preserved the administrator :!;
There 15 trees, full
| are :grown.; explained and at the!! same
cese.The '
convention will be held dur- has taken up her duties. These are to be planted in the TWO HUNDRED AND. TWENTY time structure be erect SALE
f good can
ing Tuesday Wednesday and Miss Harriett left several weeks], area adjacent to the aquarium. vl ,We Impatiently waited eight month to give a I I ed since professional services will

Thursday of this week. Mr. Allen ago for Jacksonville and during; I % you the most popular tOe beer in -the State k:; !! FIVE COME, IN ON IEXFVRSfort I be available. I jI

and Mr. Alvarez were appointed i the interim has Men taking a: NAMELY Wagner Beer. .' Jj I' r I The functions of the building' TfflSJORNING

delegates to represent St. Paul'leburth. i preliminary course of training before : CAREY FUNERALHELD S 'I I III department also apply to building !

,I receiving: an assignment, We have waited two Tear to choose for yon, 1 A'
She will be remembered as one what think is the best 15c Bemage"'on the which are to be demolished. PRODUCTS DISPOSED, OF
in ,
While the convention is session YESTERDAY we; r f Another : 'exenrsionist demolition is by
rotipof, ; permit necessary
I of the student at West Hish W
Key A
the American Market. -
of V II
the-Woman's Auxiliary I ; that persons TOTAL NEARLY ONE THOU-
with arrived from Miami yesterday and law, but It is requested |
annual' School who .was graduated 11 1 I I
Diocese will hold their !\ of
$ We proud to that we are rpent the afternoon sightseeingand | planning demolition any j
honors in 1934.:) are announce SAND DOLLARS
E. J. Bayly, delegate -I I !I
meetingMrs. Paul's} auxiliarytwill I I. Funeral cervices for Mrs. MaryD. Ii exclusive agent for, and recommend, BaIlUttin.'aThree VW I visiting: relatives and friends | building confer with Mr. Corley,;
from St. i I t will i
in who with Chief Baker pass I
before leaving on the return
Friday The
this afternoon I NOTICE Carey, who died in .Miami X Ale as a wonderful malt beverage.
NATIONAL GUARD j;|i afternoon, were held in Key 1 ji real champagne of all. malt beverages,., selling R the There afternoon.were 225 arriving. and ,on These the application new activities immediately.of the a'i-, j Offerings of sponger at the!
West afternoon at the < f ,
I yesterday i at 15c. I Mr. Gilfond ..id.! municipal dock tht morning u-p
All enlisted personnel of Bat Ley Memorial Church.. I most of them left in the after- ministration
AMATEUR NIGHT been into effect BO that! not very large only about $948 resulting -
1 noon. There ere a few former [have put
tery E 265 C. A. FNG' are ordered I Relatives arriving with the body .
the sale
I Wednesday, 9 Till T to be at the Armory on yesterday were Norman Carey, Mr. Key Westers among the arrivals Key Westers may be helped in getting from *
Wholesale Co. Inc. !
Saunders bunebe
Grocery I loans through the Federal| One lot of 93
: who until this
LOOR SHOW COMPOSEDOF Tuesday May 7, at 7 JO p. m., for:!: and Mrs. Starling Mrs. Annis pin- stayed over number of Housing Administration as soon a*) $345 and another lot of 120
also small
s and a
AMATEURSIABANAMADRID No excuses f der, Mrs. Edith Finder and Mrs. noon
Federal Inspection.
2 Permit No. 22RBB-80 others who decided to take ad1"&IIt-1 I I possible, and also so that the j bunches brought $502. Other
CLUB accepted for absences. I l Beatrice Carey. of the stopover privilege and architectural charm of Key West smaller l lot told for approximat!
in age )
Adaaiea; ; 75 remained to leave today. can be preserved and enhanced. ] $100. -5


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MONDAY\ MAY 6, 1935.pubiitaed .
iJ(' tFlt: Otl IS IMPROVEMENT A MYTH? ........................ tion born
at Hampton Iowa 60 ton. Ma**., artist born at Gloucester
ll[ TODAY'S WEATHERTemperatures .Today's Birthdays years ago. I Mass, 64 years ago.
Dally: Except Sunday By L..
,"IU: ITIZKX..' PDBLISniXa Preheat.From CO; ., IJfC.E. Whatsis; the condition of the country : ..:........;...i...... J John T. McCntcheon of Chi- William Bowie the U. S. Coast
'The Citizen LalldlBr Amadeo P. Giannini of' San cago, cartoonist, born in :ippa- and Geodetic Surrey's Chief of the
Corner Green. and Ann Street Is it true that matters are improving? J. extreme northwest portion tonight Francisco banker, born at San canoe Co., Ind., 65 years ago. I Division of Gt'odeborn at Annapolis .
Highest _......._.._85 and in extreme north portion Jose, 65 I Junction Md., 63 year
wry Dally Newspaper In Key West and Monroe Or has government so far interfered with Lowest _..._.__..._.......___...._._78 I Tuesday. years ago. Edwin W. Rice. Jr.. n>t!:J General I ago.
County everything that the signs that in- Mean ..?._. ........._82 ,' Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Electric engineer, born at I _
recovery Normal Mean ___ 78 i j i Moderate to fresh southeast and Rear Admiral William !I LaCros.ee, Wis., 73 y-ars ago. ;, William E. Scripps of Detroit,
watered Florida second class D.
at Key Wet. a matter Leahy,
dicate improvement are myths? ] south winds and partly overcast Chief of the i newspaper! publisher, born there,
FJII'TT-SIXTH TEAR Rainfall j weather night and Tuesday pos- Bureau of Naviga George E. Browne of Prpvir.ee-' 53 :years ago.TRY .

IIHr ., .Ia. A.wd.ted I"rr. The automobile industry gives some Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.j I stole _showers' Tuesday afternoon .
.La Aeaoclated Pre. Je .xcillelyel entitled to 11M, idea of the truth. Output in the first three Normal Precipitation "._ .07) Ins.: AVA- A-v--+ramA- north-' Mlrtl 1L r ---------- .. -
;.1' nptlbUeatioD or aU flaws cI181.atcbea credited tIt -Tats rermri Mvrra 24-k'aar ....1... East Gulf: Moderate to fresh !:.IT; -'--- --- -----
or Dot Qtberwl credited In tbla paper and al_ months of this was the largest for .
year .' .
any ,
the local news published lAne. radius; atH .1.rk period since 1929 and has been exceeded .s Alntaaac

NATIONAL EDITORIAL) \ only two three times to that Sun rises -......._.___ 5:47 a. m. WEATHER CONDITIONS ..,
1tr A.I ASSOCIATION or prior year. Sun sets..__.._-.....,....- 7:00 p. m.
A'Le.rtArw. 1935 Certainly somebody must have moneyin Moon riff ........_... 9:44: a. m. Pressure is low this morningover
RATES _., the United else Moon rots ..._._.._-.11:.13 p. m. most' sections from'the 'Mississippi BEFORE YOU BUYFREE '
SUBSCRIPTION States or such an as- : Valley westward except in
VIta 4e.r _.... .__. _. mm ._ --_$].... Tomorrow's Tides
----r ,
SIx Months 5.8. the north Pacific State and Texas
:a'!.!.. Month ._.___. .__....._.____ a... sured income that the buying of an auto- A.M. P.M.! with disturbances over the
Une/ MonthWeekly __ .- _____ m.m_..-._- .1. ..__......_._..
mobile is
not impossible. Plainly in spiteof High 1:02 12:21 northern Rocky Mountain States,
.IADVERTISING the Low ......._._....... 5:31 7:37,I and middle Mississippi Valley
.Male known OD appIMation RATESSI'KCIAl errors bunglitg'that Barometer at 8 a. m. today: I Helena. .Mont., 29.72 inches and
ftOTirH' are pointed out there is positive indication Sea level, 30.02. I St. Louis Mo., 29.80 inches; while 1 1oQ
All reading notice, cards of thanks, resolutions .f '- I I pressure continues high off the pO
rrppeet......'mi. obituary el :. cent notleea a line., etc, Kill b. charged for at. of progress. Alert business men in Key WEATHER FORECASTTill i south Atlantic C coast and is mod-I 1
*r>M<.. for. entertainment by churcnen from whl'caI West might as well take notice of the drift erately high northward over the .mr
revenue i to be derived are S cents line
a 8
'TL. CHIi n Is an OICBororo and Invites dlseua.Ion and make their plans accordingly.Of ( p. in. Tuesday) pastern Lake region. -FORmREE --
of public licuts and subjects of local or general Key West and Vicinity: Partly N. C., 30.10 inches.
*sauna t.reat but It will not publish >anonymous; commanl. course the attitude of big business, cloudy tonight and Tuesday; mod-I cured during the last natteraS'1

industrialists and financiers is hard to un- '. I( throughout the country
I. I'
A good citizen subscribes for The derstand. As the New York Times says. /# -;,':....1.I.l'L"i': l': '' i; :Mississippi Valley eastward except -
in the East Gulf and South
Citizen. "The recent attitude of the
som.e parts I.K $- Atlantic States and there have
financial community seemed to be that recovery ... Leen showers and thunderstormson i

"Fiat lux;' and there was light. Fiat was unreasonable under present '\! r \, '0 the Texas coast. Light rain I
/ al-o occurred in portions of the
money now what\ have you? political conditions and that, therefore tJ I I
} central Plains States middle Mi4- ; There is
'- 'I. ; only ONE way to find out whether
-j ? "4i i r. \: JJ> there could have been no recovery." o .t 't I. ( ? ".;".% sissippi Valley and Texas, and ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expect of ,an it.*:... -a.j
I ;
1! ewer.was, beefjSOjhigh as when the With the expenditures under the huge ''a ; .. (; throughout most of the Lake region That's g z*.
i by testing it with your own recipes, in N** i
It with freezing your
and Ohio own
cow jumped'over\ .!the ) oon. work-relief program about to begin it !' kitchen. That :'--. .:.., 1
in northern Michigan while way you find out EXACTLY what
; : ; ,
Sonth rly Wind Partly Cloudy t an *: "" ",
to that .
seems conditions .
us will 1
generally readings seasonablethroughout -"
: are ; Ielectric
; range will do under .
your own system of cooking- '
When everyone has a radio it won't be better this fall. These dollars will be erat" to fresh southeast and south the far west and over *Jk**:;*;">.c:,tt. .. i
., ,
winds. southeastern districts. -
be necessary for folks to learn to read. spent, regardless of what any of us may The Key West Electric Company extends invitation I.G I,
I Florida: Mostly cloudy tonightand G. S. KENNEDY. I an -
think about the wisdom of the act itself.nd' Tuesday; probably showers in Official in Charge. to ALL customers to make this test without cost or J

The Citizen believes in. changes it is just as well]] for us to realize that I ___ _______ obligation.The !

evolutions; not in complete turn-overs they will]] undoubtedly accelerate the present : .. ... S .

revolutions. progress. Whether it will] be per- KEY WEST IN I I.T ; In History i Company has such complete confidence in the
performance of the ELECTROMASTER
manent, or temporary we risk RANGE that it
no prophecybut ........-..----.----.
Men\ who understand is willing to place a three or four burner in
womes are very you can look for an upgrade movement DAYS GONE BY range your
I 1C26-Peter Minuit\ Dufch governor
and \ during the home on trial for a period of three months without
young inexperienced. next twelve
Moreover they months. Happening Here Just 10 Year. bought Manhattan\ Inland!' any
are big liara.Church. I Ago Today A. Taken From 22,000 acres-from the Indian'. obligation on your part.

HOW TO ADVERTISE The File Of The CUizea for the cost of $24 worth of beads. ,
and colored cloth. At the end of the trial
collections fail to record any -- period you pay ds only

great gains despite reported improvement There are merchants in Key West Miami and other points in the 1835-((100 years ago) James I $1.25 or $1.75 per month
I state have been enquiring about Gordon Bennett issued his firstN. I
in conditions. who like to talk about advertising They reports that the seismograph in J Y. Herald a 4-page, one cent i SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN
will]] tell]] you of the great things they woulddo Washington recorded a disturb paper: from an office in a cellar
The embryonic brain trusters if' had ance which resulted in the disappearance where he did everything but the
; just they a chance in a large city. I .
of one of the islands in actual\ printing. Electric/ Servi .-The More You Use
about to emerge from the college shell will They conveniently forgot that their job is the Tortugas group. Investigation

soon be telling the world and how. to do something in Key West that will sell]] showed that while there was a 1840-Adhesive postage stamp The Lower The Rate

merchandise.The great disturbance it was not one',first appeared in England.
that would but I!
"Let everybody suggests P. E. B., best advertising medium in a destroy property 1862:-Gordon Masv
McKay ,
was in all probability a disturbance
"who is in favor of a sales tax pay it and large city is the newspaper. The best which was caused by the advance receivedcelebrated patent for a THE KEY WEST ELECTRIC COMPANY

let us who aren't, not." Why not? That's medium in Key West is The Citizen. in the price of real estate. "process of sewing soles of boots
what they let us real estate owners do.- Many merchants in smaller]] places end shoes.!

Fort Myers News-Press. than Key West, have demonstrated that Included in the list of arrivals, 1896-Historic flight of the
this morning from New York was
large businesses can be built on the foun- Stephen II. Horgan. editor of the: Langley'model over the Patoirac

t It's about time for all right-minded dation of attractive advertising in the home engraving department of the popular -,: -first plane. successful flight of an ftir- ._.

men to give serious consideration to the town medium. publication. The Island Printer. -' .

problem of locating good fishing hole. While calling( at The Citizen S. A., commanding the Sixth rl'lll.l "I'II"I.I"A
a Somehow other the
or printed
Exchange. Key West has two fishing mes- office today Mr. Horgan expressed j!I Corps( Area. In a communication ........................a...,......d.................... .............
big in the local himself
sage, newspaper gets over. as being greatly surprised t I to Captain Jack Maher, General:: ,
holes-the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of The people who read a newspaper look for at finding such sf well laid out. Hale expressed' his intention of -
:Mexico. Each has partisans claiming it to advertising well other items. city. He said he had ne intention I i'motoring from hu home in Chicago -
news as as
|of coming to Key West but vas en and making a stop at Key Keep and Mosquitoes Out .
be the better 'ole. The only class of people to supply thisji:I route to Galveston. but on viewing -[Wert. .

news is the merchants who have somethingto : the belUtihlh1lrbor he became t

Pope Sixtus the Fifth's Vulgate sell. If very much impressed and came Observation of Boys Week in of
so they tell the people, trade results ashore when the Mallory boatj: Your Home WithContinental
West decided
Key was a success
swarmed with [ .
errors that paper had to be will be worth while. docked. i
|say members of,the Key West
pasted over some of the erroneous pa sNaturally, we think The Citizen is a I {l Rotary Club who sponsored the

sages and the public naturally laughed at good medium for advertising that is intended At the regular meeting of the j ecthities. Tie week began. April
Key Wen Athletic Club last night 26 and ended M.y 2. AH of the
the warning_ .prefixed to the first volume to sell goods here. All]] that we ask J. F. Siinott 'vas elected president -I boys have teen actively engagedin

whic.f* cptcomjnunicated.any printer who is a consistent trial over a fair period of ; Douglas Trevor vice president -, various forms educational or Adjustable

. dzr&&t 'tlter the te.it."f: .' time, with advertising that is attractive and ; U.-J. Delgado, secretary; bodv building! programs: : end alsoattendeddivine :
$f K: *'. vy. _' itI Charles Cnrrj. treasurer. TneclnbL1wii l woraiil9nlhe) t yarlon.churches -
W :If *at'* > w, offers something of value. We dajiot claim inane CJL determined drive dCtJw::: b grnninK' t.,;
T.'leot.the.matter! 1 fcVtbat the young that our columns possess magie''poteney, to increase"" hien'bifrship and it'ise'xrected of the wee!*,j-ft""t fpT. *,' -- s+ ..'
ladies df 'Key West are getting prettier enabling merchants to palm 'off,-:out-'of- .. that a large number .will I ,.<. :.k">
en'I"pi'friiJ'" they da oin! up. yj j;. The 'KeyWe"sj Library hare: h 1
not have to. weashorts
; r date styles, shopworn articles anil'.nlieged
.. .! >. b" .
isun recs.life ft.
fceived I a bet o{ SC'REENS'
to 1.
attract attention and favorablecomment. I bargains. We do claim that anyTeputablemerchant : :.. Meltzer :rid Navarro. pooalr'.;tellers frftrt the ten'd X 'Mind: I i : i?

.-Key West Citizen. Still they I who will] spend annually area'onable realty dealer an! operators inj| Mission* in' Boston.' Of the hum- L..: a
have to wear something sos not to attract : Key West, announce: the opening( her ther are 18 which are educa- .
: appropriation with will]]
us receive -
in the Fairfax Hotel in Miamhi of :i tional and a large number'are M
a policeman. E. B. In Tampa Tribune ample returns for his money. a branch office of the Key West fiction. Sbk

lloni soit qui mal y pense. company:. to handle: the ever increzsinjf -' .

WORLD SITUATIONS DANGEROUS realty business of this Hospital Sergeant: ; Meade, et f the
enterprising film. i:; local army barrs'rk. has received 24" Adjustable Screen
As visitor
every to Washington knows orders transferring him from,Key ..: 80c
there is a plethora of pigeons around the It is infinitely !important that the people Among: tae i'lstms-eished! : vi!i-J'I West to service in the Philip'pjnes.I t.

Capitol building. One day a flock of them of this country realize the changed cone tor! in Key West next winter will'!I I will leave here &t the end ofMbis 2$" 90c
be Major General Harry Hale. U. month. ; :
was circling about the place when th ditions that
exist in
the world and understand k
_ .___
]leader of the birds asked one of them who the threat to world peace that i is 30" :

the big guy below was. The bird repliedit brought about through the rise to powerof 1.00

wa Huey Long. Then the l leader turnedto dictator like Hitler, ,Mussolini and .

: the flock and said, "Well, boys. what. Stalin, who are practically dependent upon Important .

are we waiting for." .. their armies for support at home and for See- our, full line of Galvanized: and Bronze ,

aggrandizement abroad. :+ Announcementsconcerning
If you happen to have in your pos-j The conditions now existing in Europeare I Screen Wire before you- buyWihdoW

session a piece of currency with a yellow much more ominous than those which .t l. ,

back, say of a ten-dollar denomination, existed in 1913 and the.nations are more' .',:::- the redemption, of First and i I : ,

you will find engraved on the face of thisgold : heavily armed than just before the World t' s t. Fourtn Liberty Loan Boncf(tic nUvtf": been ; :

certificate this certification; "Thiscertifies War. *. ... ,.. made by" the Treasury I Department' tnis. : i : Screen Frames (Kicked Down) 40c .

that there have been deposited in week.
; Rising tides of _nationalistic sentiment

the Treasury of the United States of America lead many thoughtful observers to conclude .: Door Screen Frames (Knocked Down) 85c .

ten dollars in gold coin payable to that war while it may be avoidedfor We would be pleased to have you .. ,

bearer on demand." It is a fact that this a while will inevitably involve that consult us ,,

gold this piece of paper represents is deposited continent. There is little idea in this coun- S .

in the vaults of Uncle Sam but thatit try that the United States will join in such : "Your home is i worthy of the best*' :

is payable? to the bearer on demand is a a conflict, even though it becomes necessary THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF f

myth or a repudiaion if you choose. Try to give up her foreign trade almost I South Florida Contracting & Engineer: :... Co. !

and get it. But if you did get it, the government entirely. However-we might just as well KEY WEST !f;

would clap you in jail for the illegal face the facts, which include an I I' .: PI} one S9S Wfeife tiJ Efei SfreeU :
Member of the Federal Reaerre
possession of gold which actually is sive Japan !in the Far East; and .
insult upon injury. : aggreS-j :....................................................................:
plans a'ccorelingly. ; ->- . 4 u I
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BEGIN ON MAY ........................ -
81 Today indicate a person of
SPORTS Club- W. 1.. Pd.
much self-reliance, with a studious
arlllurIC'lI1 ewea arm J".. ., two now.:. and the Judge' thinks he j Cleveland m."__._...,,_-. 9 3 .750
.fr.n_, for rkn*. ntarriaqt .!". (By JOVE) nature; one whose mental vision
will time ... ,._ __
trAote of rlifftllt New Concord trtiare drop out Just about the A round robin will start Wed will see things hidden from the Chicago hm .. 4 .733
; oa.iM i at Anse *a e rr qnnrrrl. Jnmet hat rtled to nesday, May 8, at the city tennis ordinary Though not
take a *katt" tot rroflfoHo divorce years. But I m only a kid In politics : Boston _.n__ _._-_ .._m.?_, 8 6 .571
court, sponsored by the Recrea much disposed to seek friends
eer. ..rn chew orved fc. Jant and now." Washington .... ._:..._ 8 8 .500
>rr tetaltk lather Jane wortkia f tion Department of the Florida' there will be Many who will be attracted -, "
Jher tnlktr end fa .OHfeitf fico.a ofJanca. "Then why doesn't the'Judge at ERA. Detroit _.........._._......... 6 9 ..400PhitadeJp"dia
Now Jamtt it ,nri.. (.coot least send to the state legislature 1 i; by that peculiar faculty
you ----- .._____.. 3 11 .214
alt ovf door. Au All i iI
of la target who
tryte *- wish to enter are re- |of clear vision into what appearsmjsterious.
trite. .....It...* remark; ._, old 1 St. Louis ....__._._.. 2 10 .167
Judat Hnlrowi. Jnmtf law- .ar "'TIe w2EIs>i flIe"To"Siniexl t rm:' ADMINISTRATION 4 SOCIAL LOOP TILT (I DIZZY CLOUTS' quested!! to get in touch with Peter -i i'I as,well as by the mag.
per nod ben friend. |I II
but McCullough Is entitled to his Varela at the tennis court ori 1 I netic qualities NATIONAL LEAGUE
two years. The Judge promised Ray Curry of the Recreation Department I I Club- W. L Pet
Chapter 37 i
JANE'S DEMAND them to blm..It ." 1 DEFEATS GARAGE I THIS AFTERNOON I HOMER; CARDS I GAMES TODAY i!New YorkBrooklyn ...._ h_ 9 3 .50

It Isn't one thing It's another. i I This round robin will continue 1 __...._. -.10 7 .688

BUT perhaps Jane understood his 1 suppose when 700 are flfty yon IN DIAMONDBALLSOCIAL --:- 1 I BLANKBRAVESPITTSBURGH ? through the month of May each I AMERICAN LEAGUE I St Louis ..._...._ 9 7 .563

limitations only to well thought will sttlL'be waiting for someone to fOUBLEHEADER AT BAYVIEW player having a certain number of New York at Chicago. I Chicago ....___.._ 8 5 .615

James. It must be true that the Judge die or for something to turn up. Oh. J I matches to play and the one hav- I Washington at St. LOUK.!!' :Pittsburgh ..".._._......... 8 9 .471

If I were a man 1 would not stay ) PARK 'TONIGHT, HOWEVER ing the best average will be declared Philadelphia at Detroit. t:Cincinnati ..... u......._.. 7 9 ,438
had been blinded from the very beginning tied to"an oct g uarl D's apron LEAGUE GAME PLAYED PIRATES DEFEAT the winner. Boston at Cleveland. I Boston .. _. :5; 9 .357

by his loving fondness. Certainly strings. I'd do what my father did. The player coming out victorious Philadelphia __. ,2 9 .182
so one but the Jude believed what all men who have amounted to ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON ;, I BROOKLYN DODGERS;, in the round robin will! be NATIONAL LEAGUE I

now that he still showed any promise anything did. I'd make up my mind AT BAYVIEW PARK I GIANTS AND REDS BATTLEI presented!! with a valuable trophy. St. Louis at Brooklyn. .

of greatness. Jane and her father i what I wanted and go out and get (By JOVE) ;I Chicago at New York. J

and mother made only the feeblest I It." RESULTS IN SCORE OF 16.151 1; The Social League will playa'' 2-2 DRAW for a half game edge over the Indians Cincinnati at Philadelphia.

attempts hide their disappointment .1! Pittsburgh at Boston!' y -
and contempt. "J JANE." said James after a little t single game' this afternoon. Teams I I II The summaries' : RUSSELL'SCIGAR

The young people with, whom he unhappy silence "has It ever which will be seen in action this serial! .. The (,"Iz .) I NATIONAL LEAGUEAt Subscribe to The Citizen.
bad still liked him wen occurred to that all discussions (By JOVE) I
grown up you our afternoon are the Leighthouse and NEW YORK, May 6.-Dizzy Brooklyn R. II E.
enough but they called him end this ? And doesn't There was only one game of I ....
"poor way tens.Tonight I Pittsburgh _. _____, !9 11 3 "Jaek.oastlle' .I.c 11.1,1"
Legion clouled : u w -----
James" behind his back. If be wentto that seem a very terrible thing to diamondbail played Saturday afternoon -' Dean a homer for the Brooklyn ___unhUW 2 R 2i THE SEMINOLEJarkKOBTillr.
the grocery store to give an order you? It does to me." in the Social League. there will be a double-I!, Cards, world champions, which Batteries: Bush and Padden;; Florida STORE0
for Jane. )lP. Perkins thought It "I 110.answered Jane header. In the first the i
a suppose game contributed materially to the St. ;
i The Legioneers, who were to'play Clark Vance Munns and Lopez. i nuts. n. <.III\.:K. Manlier '
great Joke to ask whether !It shouldbe fretfully "but I dare youll be ''
say Cuban Club will tackle the Recreation club's'victory
Louis over the Boo. Is I -
charged to him'or Mr. Northrup. claiming next: that It's all my fault. the Bayview Park ten in the'; -I'\ A humart, home-.lkr institution +
ten and in the nightcap her you will i find rmm In4lvl Even the Judge had begun If you had my nerves suffered first game, failed to show up and >: _ton Braves in a shutout game; At New York R. H. E. comfort and rmtrrtlmmrmt a matter ,'! Baseball Returns

But perhaps he had become over-sen with your back as I suffer with the latter club won the contestby the Bayview Parkers. will play theService :I wit score reading of 7-0. Babe I,Cincinnati _?-_-___.___._____.-_ 2 8 1 of great importance 4t | Daily

sltlve and Imaginative. That would mine It seems to me that 1 would club. I. 'I. luhe'faced Dean for the New York .. ._"-._____...._ 2 8 3
forfeit.In ., ,, .....1 ', i steel fireproof h.lldl.w 1.eated1n I By Wire
ev.pa+w.aaa .-- the nightcap the Garageten I These f.games, prtlinise ,to ..bepardtfoyght j stctrnd'! time this season; fanned j,(Called account end of of tenth rain inning) on I .br heart .f tae cityEvery ]

ps fb< I leadership, of; wbeq) Dizzy 'jut three \strikes j i : -0-
.outfit Batteries Scott
Administration : Derringer, Room with Combination Tub' 'COME- GET THE
wild but the league depends on the outcomeof across the .plate I?:the amazement' ': Freitas and Lombardi; Schirmachv and Shower Roth Radio, Electric > IN AND
played a interesting. t nlinc Fan Slat Door for ammrrentitation RESULTS 'THE
the<1co11teststbnight. < OF
vfLfhe'Bij i3ambino, who struckat er and Manroso, Richards. I \ Comfortable Reria with'
game. I 11
the and The score see-sawed Until the Brindel; Hale: r and Douglas with air, was 1 At Boston R. II. F. Mrnrtion and ii\ltfbal Reading LEAGUES0
put.at home plate. Brandt Smith IAmPII.
last frame. six each. St. Louis hU...________..... 7 10 0! \T1-H

E. Roberts, of the office force Most!! hits--Ogden, with seven. and Frankhouss were the hurlers Boston ..__...______m._____.__ 0 10 11: siHKle -
Most; stolen bases-Gabriel,i for the Braves. Batteries J. Dean and Davis 7S n.._... Priratr Rath .. *::..... CIGARS CIGARETTES,
j : ; I .
was relieved in the box by Hale, Mt n_... Private Bath z.ae.
with four I Thirty thousand Bostonese witnessed i Brandt Smith Frankhouse and I ISpobn'r. 4. K__.. Private Itath s..... SOFT DRINKS,
i yc Nt who, although hit hard, he received \ Most doubles--M. Esquinaldo, the game; which was played j 1x4! H_... Private Itath _, .__ 3itaiaple ETC.STEAMSHIP.
credit for the victory. i with followed Brindel, !. ROOM. Private Hath 4.HSIIOIIT
thjee, by in the bean-eating city The
Y a 6 The best hitters J. Cates, : I "\('In*,.f: rOR IIOtnlK.
} were H. Castro! Valdes, E. Hernandez Braves piled up ten hits against I Chicago at--pjilldelphi3, post- 11 rrp\ci J,

with four out of four; Hale, Fro-I, Bazo and C. Hernandez with two Dean just as many as he and his poned, wet grounds. I II
hock and Sierra, each with two !I '- ---- - -
mates were able to getoff the i _
ft hits in three tries. triples-Brindel, Bazo Alfonso three Boston hurlers, but none : AMERICAN LEAGUE !

In the field. Burnett, Hale and ,. "Martinez C. Garcia F. were timely. ; At Chicago; R.; II. E. Co.

Z Y P ..... I Cooper played ,well for the office Matthews, J., Garcia L. Castro The Pittsburgh Pirates downedthe Washington _____.._ _______ 0 4 O I 1 P & 0

# xt force and Gabriel and Delgado and Sands, with one each. Brooklyn Dodgers, 9 to 2. The j Chicago --___-----__--_--:-.. 461 UNITED STATES FAST
for the Garage ten. Most\ home runs-R. Alvarez, victory gave the Bucs the series,!! Batteries: Burke. Coppala, MAIL ROUTES FOR

Score by inningsR.. H. E. with two, followed by Lewis, H. two games to one. ': Linke. Pettit and Bolton; Whitehead -,
Adm. .. 404 010 124-16 12 2 ( PORT TAMPA-HAVAVA-WEST INDIES
White and the V SeweiL
Castro Delgado, Albury, The New York Giants and
Effective March 1935
a'y Garage 000 170 340-15 21 11 O. Esqumaldo and McCarthy, with Cincinnati Reds battled to a 221 i .
Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays! and Saturdays
Errors Mora '
Batteries 3,1 '
each. the called at Boston at Detroit postponed,
one draw game being 12:20( F.; M.Leave'.
Arias 3, N. Castro 2, Gabriel H.j Most times walked-Ro!'am. F. the end of the tenth inning on account rain. Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, I

;" Castro Delgado Barker, .E. Rob-!, Lopez Frohock, Douglas, White,i of rain. Schumacher and j Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mon

a. A erts; home runs: Lewis, Delgado; L. Bazo, C. Hernandez and J.I Derrniger staged; a pitching dut>l..J J New York at St. Louis postponed days, G.30 P, M.TickaU I

three base hit: L. Castro; two' Cates three times each_ The Chicago White Sox shutout! rain and cold. ,i I ,.Reservation and Information at Ticket Office OB tia

base hits H Castro, J. Cates, McKinley Most times struck out-F. Jolly the Senators, 4 to 0. The Sox I i I Dock; Then 71

s Demeritt; stolen bases: and F. Stickney, four times I have won eleven of their fifteen I j Philadelphia at Cleveland, postponed \ '1: J. H. COSTAR Ac..t.normal I II.

Barker 2, Gabriel 3, F. Caraballo, each. games, including eight at home rain. I I I.1 I
"But you aren t a money maker, and never will be. Hale, Cooper, .Dementi. Frohock, \ _. __ __ _-.1 I. _.. __-.'_ -_

be the last Itr *""tie i last and'final be a i httle"considerate and.go out, Sierra struck out by Castro- 1,.

straw. If his old friend. lost faith In of my way occasionally' to try to by Roberts 2, by Hale 1; bases on

him. please you." balls: off Roberts 2, off Hale 1,,

.When James went home an hour "I'm not claiming anything or off Castro 4; winning pitcher:,

later he found Jane still fitting on blaming anybody. 1 am trying to Hale; time of game: 1 30; umpires -

the porch rocking back and forth."Can't figure out just where the trouble : Gonzalez and Lopez. I
lies. Nor is it Just to say I have not
1 get yon a shawl Aren't10U
tried to please you. Sometimes 1 of the second ..
cold? he said quickly hoping: to Betting avenges
think I try too hard. Sometimes I Social sched-
placate her. half of the League :
think you would tike me better If
"No. thank you. It isn't cold. ule, including game of May 4. are
1 gave you real cause for dislikingme I
Where have you beenr _" as follows:
"Nowhere. Just walking around." Pla'erAn R. H. SB Ave.E. .
1 dont dislike: yon' How atiylLet's ,
"James I've been sitting here Hernandex' 3 0 3 0 -1.000J. I
go to bed or first thing you V
thinking things over and I've come Cates _.....a G 3 5 0 .833
know 'you'wfll be getting sentimental
to decision. \\e ve been married 'I and I'm not In a sentimental Frohock _..__ 4 4 3 3 .750 I /_(

five years and in that time weve mood tonight. A. Hernandez 7 5 5 0 .71-1 I il-

practically stood still. I think perhaps James sighed and the discussion McCarthy _.... 7 4 5 2 .71-1 f :. e

you were right a little while ended. What James wanted to ask Hale .._..._ 6 6 4 3 .667[ ..

ago when you said you could not of Jane and did not dare was why N. Castro _._ 9 3 6 0 .667 C .
make of anything
a success" your she so often went out of her way T'Res .._.,._._ 8 6 5 3 .625
heart was not In
and spent so much energy to bunt Brindel ..__ 8 6 5 0 .625
m glad. dear you
that Thank yon' I up old grievances against him. O. Esquinaldo 8 4 5 0 .625

"No reason for thanking ins. The Not that It was really necessary Williams "-_"-'__ 5 3 3 0 .600 iiW.i.Af4: k

1 to ask James unfortunately knew Douglas _.!.. 5 6 3 2 .600 '
thins tu do 1 i*" tu tic:'!de c h n you can .
du best I*|>T*.:.dlj> seems w, rlh white the answer. He knew only too well Ogden _._...._._12 5 7 1 ..M3Q. xyy S."b

for. grit t njtpapcptl; \!IajtimN r ijjjl it was necessary for Jane'spitnee Lopez ...... 7 2 .,4, 04 ..51J. 0

tad J De .,u.. r.j.:1#. I r.. ,. of mind that she stand well Garcia ....&. 9 4...-S.r: ..5f5L.

atjjewld women to get rid of drunk ,Tii terj own"eyes.. Even she couldnot Bazo _-__-_.il 7 G 1 ..550B.

eiS'hfWs when,you know nest week make herself believe that she Powel ---------S- 2 4 0 .500:

tlif. y'II only be badrafctta asWriK. Hb ted'vBarj uMlwdfairly"? '. these I 1. Powell.! ..... 8 .3 -I 0 .500

? 1 hfalerf>> : : Surely.) James "oC .'atrfW la, .1. Sanctu 2 1 1 0 ,5Q0C
gat : :knew. Jobai.. Jane was .
something beltgj gjjrn the iwnoj before her: 1 IInn3idez 8 5I 1 .5&Q wnb Yz
J. .. 6"2 3 1 .5aO h .
father asba ned In heart 3latlheis. a w
"f"THINK I l'oJt. ping >> : (er of
havtjdone or the attitude ibe had takenrelWtn I Head .._:_-_.... 4 r 2 1 .500
better than th3i1J..an.i & hearts ,
"\\ell. yes. of course but I 1.1\ : ;; Mrs. Preston. But be Sands ..______ 6. 1 3 0 ,500M F
But aren't knew too that If she were ashamed rntndez -I 2 2 2 .500
speaking Bguratively you
a moiiey maker and you cever: wla l:I tonight and somewhat repentant Carey _._..--.... 6 1 3 1 ..500C. ; .eV 0. r :'

be. You aren.t Interested In making: ,: she would not or could not rest content Demeritt 8 4I 1 .500

EI>ney Now, hnne'iy.! are your I I until she bad somehow found R. 'Sierra ..____ 6 2 3 1 .500

"\N elL yes. I want to make money i I i excuse for herself and was once F. Camus ._. 2 1 1 0 .560
more happily restored In her self r
take Just for the
Hut I don a case I I
money In it. It that's what you esteem. Standing:; of the league: -'
mean" I And to do that it was unfortunately Club- W. 1. Pc t. .- J, ) 0'

"Exactly; So you may peg along: I necessary that he shouldbe Service ___._ 3 0 1.000

here for a thousand years and newel sacrificed and his culpability Cuban Club _._... 2 0 1.00'0 ,

make as much as live thousand a magnified. Old offenses would be Recreation .,,_..._.. 2 0 1.000 d AC s AV r .iii t. N
dug and hashed and
year But you are Interested In up rehashed Administration ._ 2 1 .667 f

politics and Father says the Judge: old quarrels relived: old grievances Lighthouse __......__.. 1 2 .333 -
sun baa enormous political Influence i Bayview Park _....._ 1 2 ..333I '
James went to sleep dreading the
Now the Judge can't possibly I Garage 0 3" ..000I
morrow. "I believe that Jane conscience
live much longer and U he ever Is
American' 3 ..000I
Is to blame-that we both I Legion! a.r: ,0 ..y..
going to put you In Congress now *&
would be happier if she had no conscience d I w si
Is the time.
The leaders in other departments .
last I
was4hl # waking
"But .
Jane. I m only twenty nine. .
thought are: 'i
Naturally they wouldn't elect me.
tCo"lftioJtt. UU Mattel B. Famhaw Pitchers-Ortega, 2 won, nom
Besides Daniel la a perfectly good
I lost; C. Garcia, 2 won, none lost i, : r
man and has
represented this district "
for Leslie Hams .returns to thescns J. Walker 2 won. none lost; C, i .i.lL'R
years. Me Is sixty-one or tomorrow.Association 1 Z siE L. Yi
Stickney and.E. Roberts each hap'1 .
nth- won. 1 lost i .' t. ; ,..

r of American Rail-1 II Base on halls-C, Garcia h'ih, ,
DEATH TOLL FROM issued 16 free passes. yn
< Struck out-SticVney has credit e A

ACCIDENT CLIMBS: An increase of 43 lives: lost;! for fanning the most pbyers113. V

over 1933 was noted the numberof '
Mot innings pitched-E. Rob
their lives
i persons having lost :

MORE LIVES LOST DURING at crossings in 1934 having been! erts with 20 and 1-3 innings.. Ba. _beafoy' -person eldesttenjey -

34 IN CROSSING i 1554. I I six.. Most wild pitches-Walker, win' '-.. it'. .,.' r..ti/IIt.then.. this l""e. ofyeafBe Ft

SMASHUPS !i The number injured in railroad Most earned runs off a pitcher .. : -' ........ ":r:: : :

!! eroysmg accidents in 1934 _totaled I -Opponents have scored 35' O.,'n1n' ti.tfave.pfeaty. of__Ch4erfCI_ dW :
I earned off E. Roberts' dazzling .''" 6.=,. __'
i runs .
i 4.300, an increase of 603 over r'.l' ;t'' '
tu,. A..el.led Prr..ob 1933. curves ( Jj. p' ..
fAi !;
; ; r..
NEW YORK, May 6.-The first Most times :at batMcKinleywith : ,;' '. -IT!!!!!! 'S s.! "
There ;. _
railroad were also 4,128 accidents 14.Most. ", ,
Increase of highway accident I "
fatalities since 192S was at crossings in 1934, or 892 more runs scored-Ogden and! hf : '

i repotted for the year 1934 by the (than occiroj in 1933. -. Bazo; seven each, followed%b>j i1 19 yS. ,

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: : SOCIETY : -: ............................a..a ROOFSKEEPS Dunne and Ronald Woods Established 49 Year
- --- - -------- i -in- 1 I

Dr. J. Y. Porter left Saturday Carl Rom, chief radio electri- SWEET"ADELINE Key Wot' Old..t24Hose

.........................leeeeeeeneeeeeeeeeeejeeeeDouble afternoon for a :Irief visit in Miami cian of the lighthouse department, ........................ Matinee An .*!.nce Service
: Balcony, I0ct Orchestra
Arranging For Quartet and returned today. who was on an inspection trip on HOUSES WARMER IN I 1758-Robespierre, French revolutionist -| L lS-20c Night 15-25c I Phone Licensed 135( .Night"I..r CM-W
I the east coast, returned yesterday. born. Guillotined j
Alumni ReunionFinal To Be Organized Mrs. Rosalie Martinez left yesterday WINTER AND COOLERIN I July 28, 1794. I .
afternoon for a visit of one Mrs. Simmons Edgar left yes- ----

plans for the 1935 alumni II In one of the next concerts to week with relatives and friends in terday afternoon for Denver. SUMMER 1806-Chapin A. Harris Bal-) ---

reunion will be made at a meet- be presented by the Key West i Miami. Colorado, to spend a while with I timore dentist, editor and writer

ing of the Key West High School r Chamber Musicians vocal talent I her son-in-law and daughter Mr. on dentistry, one of the-men who ,6
Alumni Association to be held in will introduced. j Mrs. Effie Schrader came In and Mrs. Vernon Spencer. African explorers protect themselves made dentistr ..ai organized profession .

the school auditorium tomorrow I Plans are also progressing for a yesterday from Miami for,a short I from the 'merciless tropic I born at' Pompey, N.

evening. quartet and a double-quartet to be I visit nith"'relatives ,and left in! \the" Mrs 0 r all ne Bana field, who was! j I sun by wearing helmets lined with I Died Sept.:29J; 1860.. Y.I
President Hollon Bervaldi urges ,: heard during the regular Melody afternoon..'- ? -, visiting her mother, Mrs. Marzaret' I cork. An insulating lining of I" 'j : .ji'1829IhebeJpi- -? '

every member of the organizationto Hours. Key, on Fleming street left Saturday l ii
Ii Uvenus ,Lones of MiamiI i cork is also used,to.pre ervetod !1 C. Hanaford.| .
be present at this session if pos- j the afternoon for her home in TJniversalisi\ '
sible. Melody Hoar To I Police Department. who, wasJnI Miami accompanied Ly her sister,I supplies as they are transportedcrosscountry ,i clergyman, the secoijtl -,

I Key West for brief visit with Miss Dorothy who will in cars.: regularly-ordained of her sex,,
,a Key spend I refrigerator ; born atA'antucket'S1assi5'
Pythian Sisters Be Held Friday relatives left yesterday after several weeks. J Your own i ice-box at home is probably suffragist nd.\ authors Died June 2, Brash on la new roof!

Arrange Meeting Commodore von ?Mietk-Liuba noon. Mrs. Ralph Hilner! who was i cork-protected against the 1921.

II,D. W.. director of the Key West Miss Ellen Rowe who was spending two weeks in Miami with heat of your kitchen. Have you

There will be a meeting of the Chamber Musicians, announces spending; a few days in Key West relatives and friends returned ever wondered why! Simply be- 1839-Mary\ Clemmer, a noted

Pythian Sisters held this.evening, that the third Melody Hour scheduled as the guest of Miss Barbara AI-I Saturday. I cause heat will go through cork Washington, D. C., author of her

beginning at 7 o'clock at their to take place on Thursdayof bury left yesterday afternoon for about readily as could walk day, born at Utica, N. Y. Died
as you '
headquarters, according to an- this week, will be postponeduntil her home in Islamorada. Mrs.\ II. IL Leffler and Mrs. A. Aug. 18, 1884.
j who the,' through a brick wall! I

Whited were attending -
nouncement made today. Friday, as a courtesy to I
Following the business E session American Legion. B. F. Sasnett assistant keeperat National Convention of Parent-I Now you can put a roof on your 1845-Charles J. Maynard famed -,

there will be an open meeting with merican Shoals lighthouse arrived Teachers Association in Miami home that combines the insulating naturalist and writer on birds,

the Knights of Pythias, it is stat- Poetical Group yesterday to spend! his and came to Key West for a brief value of cork with the weather born at West Newton Mass. Died,
quarterly vacation with his family.1 visit with Mrs. Sebastian Cabrera there Oct. 15, 1929. *TpHE best roof in the world must someday begin
To Meet Tonight Jr., left Saturday for their homes protection of slate. A leading man- ', X to show its age. But a single application of

ed.Philatelic in Omaha Nebraska. ufacturer of roofing materials has 1853-Phil-C.:; Asbestos
Society Mrs. Genevieve Brown daugh-I Knox. noted -) Carey Fibre Coating will add years of

Tonight ; 8 o'clock, a meeting :j iter of Mr.\ and Mrs. William Rob: Miss Barbara Langner daughter : perfected a cork-insulated shingle Pittsburgh lawyer. Attorney-i service. Come in and let us tell you about this

To Hold Meeting will be held by Key West I erts of Whitehead street and two of Mr. and Mrs. Jjilian Lang: that has an outer surface'of durable General Secretary of State U. S.J, simple, inexpensive way to renew your roof.

Poets in order to complete plans't'children left yesterday afternoonto per, who wa a gn st'f< r ljeveralweeks slate and an under surface of Senator, born at Brownsville Pa.i iDied SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ''ENG.'CO.

,;rk-t.d1 t s,1) ilstgl'ic Society for a celebration of National join Mr. Bro\\n at .Quantico, : aLI and cSrkz he twowpld Oct.iii2:1921.: "
JIehome JJas-Mr.
will hold ,its principal business Poetry Week, on Monday, May 20.i I Va. : ,: ';' Sirs. J. GerrjTClrrtrs Caroline IW V'ttd'l\\ Xj?rt. J..Ii PHONE' 598 Whit. & Eli*. St.
on 1 them_ together, is a layer<< 61 3jri856Robert "
p p. ;
Westers interested in this "
for the month of Key '
meeting May
I I ;treet. left Saturday to join herr E. Pea ry, who, "Your Home Is Worthy Of The kest" I
event the for it., Mrs. John A. Roker {hest.. High, heavy, asphaHimpreijr.atedflit. .
preparations ,
promptly at 7:30. pv ntt on ( or of 1>> Rtm'Miami-! ,- : .' *"F ffom'his first Arctic expedition{ of
\Yed--I to attend the meetingat Palm Beach fora
neaday of this week are invited arrived yesterday engi-.
tfifcovery in 1886
as a
Friday -I,'. 708 Eaton streetAnnouncement I' stay of several days with l rela .e..a..ee..e.e..eee..' )The e corfcKiMiaTatefcll-.shingles' I navy he v. s al.
8th in la9 when
i :This. meeting will ,be of ..vital l t ... tives. ;.::' ajfc fire rctardcpp I ant(:"H eatnerIgoof. neeA? lW.. : sASBESTOS
the almost ,
r ached Pole was con-;
They red colors I
all members CLASSIFIEPFOR I areIQrr -
importance, and; are
tinnally in the Arctic regions born j:
requested to attend the session at I Mr. and Mrs.! J. C. Davisson, to meet the most axctin'g require: j '.: .
20 !
at Cresson Pa. Died Feb. ,
the .society's headquarters 708 01 Marriage who were spending: a two weeks' ment. It is said that a cork insulated '

Eaton street."Amateur. f, I vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Harry!I II COLUMN I II shingle roof will keep a 1920. | FIBRTCOATINGFIRMS

I Mrs. Flossie Carey, of Catholic!I Shaw left yesterday' afternoon for t ........................ I keeps house warmer the heat in in winter and because cooler in it 1871-Richard-B. Moore noted't C ......"T SASS 1
Night"At Lane, announces the marriage of I their home in Miami. Mrs. Davis .
1 RENI because it the chemist born in Cincinnati.
is summer keeps Died
sister of Mrs. Shaw. i
her daughter Miss Winnie Carey son a
Local Club"Amateur i I heat out. Jan. 20. 1931. I i
to Leonard II. Brooke, formerlyof
II the Coast Guard Cutter Saukee. I I Adrian Dornbush. artist with BICYCLES-WE RENT by the, ----

Night" at the lIa- The wedding was solemnized in ,, the FERA, arrived yesterday from I Ii Hour, Day or Week. Repair
all makes and paint them with
bana-Madrid Club on Wednesday Miami Saturday afternoon at the I]i Miami for a short visit with the Nu-EnameL
We full
home of Mr. Brooke's aunt. The 1 I local organization.Mrs. carry a
evening- expected to draw a supply! ) of parts. Agent for the I '.
bride and will make their
large crowd as varied groom Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.
programof home in Dania Fla. I I Blanche Borden left on I,
local talent has been arrangedby the afternoon train yesterday for And sell them as low as $5.00
down and $1.00 per week. We!
the management. I Madrid Club are doing everything Miami after a visit of several .
I i Buy and Sell all makes of used
Floor show to be presented at possible to give the people of this weeks with relatives. I
Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
this affair will be composed entirely city good wholesome entertainjment. 1 Stowers company 515 Duval
of amateurs. Those who Present plans of the management -|j Phillip Baker "Cheta left i
participate in the show! will be in is to have all shows given: yesterday afternoon for Sanford ) street. apr9-tf I Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them

line for the five big prizes offered' at the club during the coming R]!4|i where be has accepted an offer, FURNISHED BUNGALOW mod! f

by the management for the best winter to be made up entirely of i to play with the baseball team of ern conveniences. 634 William i

acts.Those talented young people of this i that city. street. Apply Valdes Bakery. '

in charge of the Habana.LOCALFIRMHAS city. apr27] BARBECUED I
Ramon Torres, "Pancho," left ROSES.
I yesterday afternoon for Miami PIANO TUNING JOHN C. PARK SANDWICHESPrepared THIS SPACE: --

I r CUBA CARRIES where he will spend a while with I the Old-Faihioned

relatives. i PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo' way with all- the trimming* FLORAL PIECES A

I I reno. Excellent piano for sale II 3"8 SIMONTON ST. SANDWICHES of all kinds

NEW ALE PRODUCTSAUNDERS !I! 87 PASSENGERS. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Smith'I cheap. 1018 Division street. SPECIALTY 12 InsertionsPLUMBING
1 I I '
and son, Donald who have been apr22-lmo lOc 35c

I! visiting relatives in Key West for TOCOLD PLANTS and VINES

t 1 several months left yesterday forj WANTED BEER
from I'I i
their home in Jacksonville.
II Wine, sodas, Etc.
AN-j Tampa and sailed in the afternoonfor INSURANCE SALESMEN for,
Havana with 81 first class pas- l $250 $500 and $1,000 Life
Mr and Mrs. Dan Navarro and DURO PUMPS PAY US A VISIT
six second class, two tons '
NOUNCEMENT engers Policies
TODAY little daughter, and :Mr. Navarro's on small monthly-p y- We Greet Yon With a Smile
of freight and 292 sacks of mail. I mother left yesterday for West ment plan. $3.00 to $6.00 spot PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERY
Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba i I' cash plus renewals. 501 Hilde- 3.00
With view Palm Beach to spend few days'vacation. ART'S BAR.B.QUEDivision
a to always offeringthe a
with 21 cars of pineapples, 11,452 i brandt Building Jacksonville,
best for their customers Saun- and Simonton Si*.
crates, and two empty cars. Ferry: Fla. may6-lt PHONE 597
ders Wholesale Grocery_company i Parrott arrived from Havana with'I -NO FLIES-
is now prepared to put a new ale i 25 Attorney Jack Kirchik, of Miami I
empty cars.
AMATEURS. sizes.
All and
product on the market. who was on a brief visit to ages
i I 5 big prizes each week. Can SELECT SEA FOODS HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
In an advertisement in The Citizen -i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Kir- I -READ=
PLAN REHEARSAL chik, left yesterday afternoon. your child recite, sing, dance or I INSURANCE
today company announcesBallantine's ,I Jewfuh. 211.*. 35c
play an instrument! WE WANT
Three X Ale as an I Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib. 35c THE KEY WEST/ : 4
NEW Habana-Madrid
excellent will I Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Linter arrived -
malt product which Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib*. 25c
be sure to appeal to a discriminating AT LEGION HALLW. yesterday to spend the Club. Phone 220. may6-tf Creeper, 2 II... 2S Office 319 Dura! Street'

public.' ernoon with Mrs. Lintner's FOR SALE Snapper 2 II... ., 25c SUNDAY STARSubscription
After a long wait in order! to. ents, Mr. and ?Irs. Harry dt.1 I Mutton Fish 2 Ib*. 25e 9
I -
II. Jeffrey, director of the and TELEPHONE NO. 1
plac 1>n sale'the popular Wagner returned to Miami in the I
Frivolities_ 1935, now under rehearsal FOR SALENew Home ,..e ing Large Select Oysters
10..eent.: beer the fling accompanied by their son,
,company now I I $2 Per Year J
for the American Legion Machine/ good jc< tidlioni$ ( FRESH. SHRIMP '
after-waiting two offers'its I Robert Litner who was spendingtwo Your
years Meal At
patrons an ale to be sold 'at 15 announces another rehearsal in; weeks with his;.grandparents.Mrs. I II $15.40..Aptly.: .... 727. Southard CROUND GREEN Key: We. t'. Only Sunday -THE- ":" '" a. .
s h4 t \
centaw A drink which has, been the legion hall for tonight.All I C .1iia3'6 r2t>4 4f TURTLE' MEAT PaperBusiness a'pe atoncco" Restaurant
members of the cast, in
proclaimed: ,the champagne; of all any \ Ilah Ludlam,, who ,was I f I Mackerel PORTER AllEN: "**& % v'L
to be in ti Kingfish .... :
malt beverages. : capacity, are requested spending four weeks.wrath relative I II \.; Office,Citizen; BadweUer Beer .wt. lie
the hall at the regular time as the I FREE PROMPT DELIVERY
in Miami returned over the highway Building I Six Coarse' Dinner, -.-...

FRENCH BARRACKS May prseentation 9. o: the bill will be I' Saturday.._accompanied. : by'Mrs. .f LOWE.FISH. COMPANY, PHONE 51 COMPANY ------:_.__ SO:,' T5 ..4 85
Ludlam's brother-in-law and ,
''ZfI I PHONE 151
YIELDS OLD RELICS *dster. Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Hunt-
May 6. Workmen ':1 JMeetinf I .( Key West High School t Our Reputation is Wrap IT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
barracks for Alums Auociatiom KEY WESTCOLONIAL I SIGHT IS PRECIOUS GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,
building troops; I ped in every package To see the PRETTY
manning the new frontier forts HOTELIn I and NOVELTIES at
Correct vision is vital to
A meeting of the Key West I STAR, Ib 25cj;
uncovered a site believed by, of
child. vision
archeologists to be ,that of the High School Alumni Associationwill the Center of the Businessand ,: your childhood Impaired greatly retard THOMPSON'S FREE LARGO, Ib ISc;
in School I may
be held the High
Callo-Roman city of Caranusca- Theater District PRINTINGDONE V. & S. Ib ISc.
building Tuesday night at 8 j I his education and later business MARINE MUSEUM ,
Riciacum. Relics include a silver I
coin bearing the head of ?llarcAntoilnJ' I o'clock when final plans will be First Cla.*-Fireproof- I!i success. tr BY US 324 Margaret Street Buy It At Your Local
Let examine his
made for the annual re-union. eyes now
and statuette of lion Fireproof- friends will Store
a a I Sensible Rate Things that your Grocery
All members to be for possible defects.
are urged I
holding a woman's head in its appreciate. Come in and see
paws. present. COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI -THE- them. Roasted in Key West by
DR. J. A. VALDESOrthogon
Our Ready-to-Serve Cake Your next Lobster Crab
Garage Elevator Soft-LIt. Licence
r 1.4'T.AT.41' :, .
MISS EUZA GARNER a.d Pastries are always fresh! ner will be much more
I Popular Price* I 532, DuT l Street baked and served in our 512 Greene Street
if it is
'Secretary. may6-ltx Citizen Bld .
TO SUBSCRIBERSIf i Maloney & Peacock Giant Scallop or Heart Sea Phone 256
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