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 8, 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
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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For Associated 55 Years Service.Press Devoted Pay to Wire the .... .':. Che) lW.: est (t 1 tttcn a most country Key West equable; I with Florida weather- an, average has in the the t

Best Interests of Key West range of otIjr-14} Fahrenheit



Prestige Of Soviet Air Fleet I RESEARCH COUNCIL THE THREE-MAN(Editorial COMMISSION) \ I House Military Affairs Committee


Built Up By Official Secrecy;I CONDUCTS MEETING Announcement waif made in',.este day'. issue of t

HERE : LAST NIGHT ; 11 Citizen> : ";an1Aaaociated' Press dispatch Conducts Investigation Pertaining

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I that the'Florid aenate'had approved unanimously a I'

Soviets Have Been Concentrating FIREMEN TO HOLD ::1 1 I resolution''proposing a Constitutional amendment to

PRESIDENT OF ORGANIZATION 'allow the'consolidation of the governments of the i TOr= Matters In Activities Of Army

For Many CONVENTION HEREKEY I t*' AND CAPTAIN CHESTER 'City:of Key West and the County of Monroe.

Key Westers need not entertain the least anxiety' ----- .- -- - .
Years On DevelopingTheir I or sense the least excitement over the Gomez measure ,

Might In AirBy WEST. CHOSEN FOR NEXT i DURING SESSIONLast I that would establish a three-man commission in this House Committee Reports Sponge I I Prolonged Probe Ordered

YEAR HARRY BAKER NAMED I city; because, even though every legal requirement is I Into Departmental Busi-

ASSN.By I night the first Open Forum'! fulfilled without deity, three years will elapse before Diving Measure As Unfavorable;
JOHN LLOYD I I waa held under the auspices of the I II the law will go into effect. I ness And Also Purchasing -

(Bjr AftwrUtr Press>, i Oceanographic Research Council.I Many things that will affect the interests of Key '
MOSCOW May 8. One of the I I The president of the council MethodsBy
( A.a.eiaterres) i informative talk relative I West will happen in the next three years, and The 1 pee41 te> The Citizen) I

meet highly" rated factor in the ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., II I I to gave the an transfer of the council to Citizen hopes that those things in the aggregate will TALLAHASSEE, May 8.1 Representative Bernie C.
European arms situatioa-tb. Harry Baker of Key West, Key West its proposed work, andon result in bringing into being a progressive and an enterprising J The death blow was de- Fapy of Key West, addressed HERBERT PLUMMER

Soviet Union air forc----mai.a,1 was chosen president, and The financial chair matters.was: then taken over!, Key West that will not be in need of artificial I livered to the Pinellas dele-,, the committee, tell-! WASHINGTON CRT Asa.riatN. May'"".V The

wrhil the nations size up each Key West was named the i by Margaret Z. von Mietk-Liuba,i I revamping.As ing them that divers had ,\' -
j I II gallon's bill to the i *
open celebrated "leak.,* from the house
who introduced the two speakers to the bill in question, its final approval will I ruined beds in ',
other* military strength con. next convention city today sponge thc
I of the evening. i be left entirely to.4he people"of Key West, because, waters of Monroe county to,;, military affair committee, of t.*.
iderabU of a jnyiteryjForeign -*- >.at*the s Tenth Annual. ,Commodore von Mietk-Liuba. I past, and spoke for the present -1
H, D.:W., who has studied oceano-: aa.--umingtbwt..t will be approved by the*voters of the use of diving equipment in,;:' limofiy on'adritabiltty of Military
: method of'removing the
air attache
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Convention the
Florida ,
graphy"under American, German, state as a wholejit) 1nustTe'Ceive'.a'majorit of the vote airfares near ti.. Canadian border."appere..tly >
t mate it*'.'.lzo 'oDjy'roathlyJv The StateT.Firimen'g''Assocaoe. .I Russian, and Spanish instructors in Key'West'and,the rest'bf'tMonroe'countybefore it taking sponges, when the i i i larger sponges by hooks. jI j! L.

... presented "An Introduction to the )House Fish and Game Committee !I The bill would i i. a closed incident x
public'! knows' BO-detaU. of.' ib tioD.l' becomes law I have repealed -:
I Sciences I of Oceanography first 1 r
t trenftkv Yet U>.>wiala of 'Red .1 lecture of a complete academic So far- as The- Citizen' has 'beeri'able to determine last night reported;,,' a measure forbidding;-

Rui'ia.pr! .-- ropect' and 1.! "MNSTREFSHW; series on this subject. most'Key' Westers tare againstthe measure, the measure unfavorably. j:I I 1 diving I Bat theVo'll '...smiles far a lore
Briefly the speaker mentioned ; Urtii aeuCJ'ib
which however has ardent
some supporters, men -- -- ---- - I
tome quarter foreboding I the geological historical mathematical .
political. economical, and 'women who declare it will be the "salvation" of i whenever tb. (abject itS" gut
The one well known fact about i TOMORROW NIGHT VISITOR MUCH PLANT BOARD / ,
biological and geophysical viewpoints the city and county. "
the fleet does not detract from, its I of oceanography lie then
prestige. That fact is that the so- BY LEGION-UNIT I touched upon the history and development But some opponents of the measure are a great PLEASED WITHISLAND CASES \WILI'BE: i The McSwain committee, particvlarly -
1 of deal more passionate ;in their denunciation than the 1'' .
viets have been concentrating I of our knowledge: a .b-conmitt of military
: r ( the oceans, dealing specificallywith : supporters are in their recommendation.One 1 I
years on developing their mightin I CITY 1t HEARD MONDAY affair beaded by Roger of
the skies. Where power to direct -i TO BE PRESENTED UNDER DI. the "Challenger"! Expedition. opponent hs written to Senator Gomez that t
; Approximately three-fourths of the is to "sell Westers into I. New Hampthira, it !ia aid c-J
designed Key
the whole activity of a veo-I RECTION OF W. H. JEFF. the world's surface is covered l by measure -

ple is visted in the state, the REY LASTtREHEARSAL. .TO i water, and it is estimated that the bondage," and another ooponent, while discussing the JEROME BLUM WRITES LET I PROCEEDINGS DEAL WITH rally, bas been bandliag the ani

can be expected to obtain appreciable I volume of the world oceans is fifteen matter with a Citizen representative: remarked that f i a little "o., ly. Maj. Gen. I _
results. I ,. the bill provides that we 'sell our birthrigh for a mess jarain D. Fonloi. chief of the)
\ I level.
that is above
Impressive Show Staged t| In closing, the speaker explained of pottage. : army air corp, .has been a special

Lost anyone doubt that results J W. H. Jeffrey, director of theFrivobties.of I the theory of the original ejection The Citizen itself is entirely openminded in considering FOR COURTESIES I SPRAYED i I[ target of the R. Cr eoramilte.

have really been obtained, soviet i) '' of the world out of thesun.., the bill. That'remark was made by a representative I I j jI ji ( *
193;, will hold the and of the world It recommended tKo of FOB
The origin age I I { ouster *
leader every now and then drop I of this piper: to a Key Wester, who was

pointed hints. They cay just last rehearsal of this production :I oceans the ocean were estimated discussed. The to age be 1.of*" quick to point out that The Citizen has favored the William Men ndez, whose great:; i I, Other names "wire J today ad'.led loin and ha. keea proddiag Secrei .

hospitality is frequent'y' spoken: of!, to the list of those who have hen
enough to excite the imagination for the American Legion tonight j I 300 millions of years. conrolidation of the county and city governments for i tary Darn to do something; about
by tourists who have occassion to rummoned to at the next
stir popular pride' and keep the The second speaker of the evening -: appear it.
and tomorrow night the presentation I 1 was Captain Chester Thompson many years. vMt Rest Beach, is in receipt ofa i term of criminal court, which
f rating high. On the rare occasions II The Citizen replied hen and replies now that it
force in the his topic being, "Spon el *- I, ) letter from Jerome Blum of 9:5Wbitehead convenes Monday( May 13. charged when U$c air is on ,display" 'will be staged Key I ... '
From OceanBed to CG 1I MPr. still heartily favors that iH'opo.ed-cbantte in the political t. TnVni- tien wasorrteml by trip fimrsw.ro-
1 1I vAio
'tTTnipresslveshow. l street Key Test, with ref inJtt to peTnSft
they. gfag'e West High&hoOI auditorium. !I Captain Thompson gave a very status 'of this city and county. But the Gomez i 1 to departmental business and pm
I'came to this city some' time ago tort'wpt'rate :bees: of the State Plant Board to
discussion of dif: methods. There has be..nalso
comprehensive i chasing
member the cast Mr. bill much farther than that: it creates a three- from illness i II
For the rest factory doors are Every of I ferent types of sponges their respective goes in which spray the trees in their yard. I i I a threat) of further investigation : .
hangarsis Jeffrey told The Citizen is up in i I market value, and their man government, in the selection of one only, the the visitor speaks very highly of t Informations in. toe cases werei of the department unless, it.
closed access military characteristics. lie also' explained voters in the city and county will have a voice. :i the courtesy extended by Mr. Men-i!( filed lest week with Solid. :''! acts in the Foulois case. The rOt ,i-
with the dress County
had by the select few and precise his or her part, and I endez. :
a few varieties of non-commercial However before the becomes law it mittee has a special investigatii."
I measure a The letter Itor I Aquilino Lopez,Jr., and would
figures are never made pub rehearsal tonight the finishing sponges. Each type was demonstrated : I the former Representative W'
has to be passed by the legislature, signed by the I "I have lived of have been but for
governor in various parts recorded earlier ,
search of actual from
lic. He who goes in touches will round out a perfectly : with an sponge i I ![ Frank James of Michigan qni :irj
data on the red air force find. in assembled series of entertainment Captain Thompson's collection approved by the voters in the entire state, by J the world-America, Europe Africa the necessity of Clerk C. Sam B.!!j gathering data for possible i'.-

the end that he can do no more features which will be entirely unlike I. which is probably the most outstanding those of Monroe county as an entity and by congress, The, China dominant and South feature Sea Islands.that r( Curry being absent from his du-!| newal of the investigation.
I in Florida. Of particular t one Now that the shoe is :r h -
i on
; tie .
estimates and which must pass a bill authorizing the appointment j jI !'
than average up the usual vaudeville perform interest was an unurually beautiful made life worth while in my travels .other| foot--placet squarely: th're
of the federal member of the commission. all ] Today summons were placed in.
guesbe ance. specimen of gra s sponge. Before I have found to be courtesy I I> by the commander-in-chief of IV-

The average places the total Represented in the list of entertainers The captain explained the those things are accomplished Key West is likely to j courteous people-helpful people.!I the hands of Sheriff K. O. Ttump- :;I army and navy Mm' elf-the bit

number of machines at more than are come of the most growth of sponges on the rea bottom be an up-and-doing community, well able to take ore i and kindness. con! for 11 citizens to answer next :i ;
"I wish to tell before Audis'chuckles
2,000-possibly 2500. A fast, capable artists in Key West Included and the various methods of of herself. j you my week to charges of violations of::I
in the cast are: Mrs. obtaining them. He related a departure from Key West. that,+the State Plant Act of 1927 in j i mand. high: and low.
which I refusing i
light fighting plane, of some As stated The Citizen has mind this having come down here for -
recuperation *
M.\ E. Berkowitz Emil Sweeting. number of his own experiencesand an open on j t Borab Still Ha 'K*>ack
believed to be in service,I i nearencounterwith of my health, as you to permit duly authorizedI I
300 j
are mentioned and in is
a important subject antagonistic
Mrs.\ Eva Warner Miss Theresa very no sense of the plant board The speech of Senator Borah:]
efficient known : know and in what dire strait' Iwas representatives
force's most I
weapon.is the Bombers are thought to I Sullivan. J. Burnett. Mrs. Dave Captain a tiger Thompson shark. then gave an to the three-man commission form of government, so i in at the time that one of I to spray their tree Ion i iI I the anti-lynching bill, crcdiUd

total 600 or more. There is a t I Doughtry. J. J. Kirschenbaum.I Key We! explanation
reconnaissance machines Atwood Sands. Mrs. Carl Ber- which is of constitutional amendment 1 1t side; of the beneficent effects of were i issued are: Chetter the seven-day filibuster conducts I
of approval consolidating t
supply industry a
great Mm of the
I valdi. Mrs. Atwood Sands. sponge j air climate 'eon, Joseph Sawyer. Thomp-j,I by southern senators, was as dl a-
and and
serviceable but reputedly I Catherine Haau,Mrs.. C. J. Nash. an important one in the life of the City of Key West with the County of Monroe will I, sea and the and general people interest of-' Hebert Weech. G. i matic as it was timely.

alow. facilities are Earl; Hathaway.. Miss Madge our city. His talk was supple-i give ample time for discussion. |II Key West, ha been your unfailing -! eels: Merlin: Robert 'Rafael(" .The Idaho senator ttemomtratrj
Mass to questions
production with
Sands... Gerald pinder,_Miss_ Marjorie mented answers Wallace"' 'so.j fate still haw that uacanny ,knatk o,
"lanoVW.l W. Griffin,
:the fleet i I discus- Administrator Stone- himself informed The CitiI I human kindness and helpfulness ;
the .
a''mystery as to him in general
as Frow; M.\Vmi ,Nonnan.Eugene \ put I kira'Roberf the exact time 'and placeto
self.There, iajiddoubt that Wilson MUs'.M i ,Lou II I zen that heir; .opposed to "an attem introduce' anew 1 and beyond all. your unimpeachable : ; Sawyer." ,.'Maggie. *$ picking
it-I: II\l'f\ sion.Both It courtesy and frferH-) ton/ 'ql- ,. .; derrrer hid trusts. He .uj
.have1! beea.ideveloped-' but a be Boer, Joseph Lopez. A.,, D. speakers are and wellgrounded imparted- and untried form of.g; vernment,. '"whatever its liners. which has contributed in no|. it was UtetTby"an' :offJciai'that I chairman of a sub-committee o I'

spectable extent be- made, asto only ,the j Lue hi. .Miss Sausn, LaKSn,Thomas -:'r much in"their information,subjects and food for, r theoretical.merits,* until: ill has< been '>'full 'and freely I smalf part to my well-being !and more names are ezp'feted 'to be(I Itl ,the judiciary comaittee in 19LJI : .
guesses can A. .\coodr,, Mrs. Rafael Solano., I handed to th.e"count solicitor: be i I *hich considered the Dyer an I.
d to that of others like myself- \
I be 1
those ta governed.'fil
could be ;; by
that audience
discussed tl
number off'ships how. soon Warren )Hill, Miss Jane Brown; thought to .an 1' r rI strangers-and all whom I have fore' court 'convenes.' i[ lynching bilL He told the sent..
turned rout and entergency Miss Rita Finder.., Miss Candida largely. of teachers. :I talked with, hold the same high t ; then and has not charged his min.Jsince .
production could get into Rose Marquez Miss Alberta El-I The second forum will be held I :! that in his opinion the bill

swing.. Motor Production Vital j I j wood. Miss Mary Louise Spotts-I next Tuesday night.LIGHT CHAIN LETTERS I WINTER VISITOR i-1 I II ;regard in having and are met thankful you and and 'grateful by so-rHYAM G. COLLINS ,:i was unconstitutional

wood. Miss\ Martha benefited."It Yet Borah remained silent dm-
Parties interested in the stib-j For the singing and dancing! HERE TO RETURN HERE doing having I, MORNING ing the flood of oratory whjrb
not the' TENDER FIND \WAY I is a great pleasure to me to DIES THIS
ject base their doubts on numbers music will be furnishedby i I write this in humble return for, kept the senate deadlocked rotdays.

Russians' ability to produce the an orchestra composed of Alfredo -i 1 'I -. having had the pleasure of knowing f I On one occasion at least,
planes themselves, but on facilities Barroso Sr., leader and director COMING TODAY I 1- :his on .the senate floor
THIS METHOD OF SOLICITING j FRED BOSSERT TELLS ABOUT you. Thanking you again for presence
for mass production of motors' : Gus Ayala. Merton I'lant.1] all kindness in which my: FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEHELD : when an effort was made to stop
Official secrecy being what it is,' Dell Woods Manuel Camero, Alfredo MONEY SHOWN TO BE CONTRARY SNOWFALL IN MICHII I cite your joins me." TOMORROW ::! the filibuster by parliamentarymeans

however, they do not exclude possibility .,' Borroso, Jr. I t POINCIANA DUE TO RETURN TO POSTAL LAWS GAN HOME I I .[ would have meant victory
of surprise. I I One of the attractive numbers AFTERNOON for those opposed to the bill
Although a large number of ma-', will be the style show displaying|i t FROM ACTIVITIES IN i iI : EDWIN M. PHILLIPS i I i j Gossip has it his absence was
the Chain letters which have been 1 Writing from his: home in Lake _..
chines are concentrated in the far a number of creations from es-: j i[ interpreted in some quarter to

I east-200 at least observer believe -' tablishments of local merchants. MIAMI HARBOR I the bane of postmasters in other i I Orion Michigan under date of: DIESTfflSMORNING! Hjam Gibson Collins, familiar I'I| mean he had "run outWh:!ni

-the balk] of the force re-;; Some of the most modern gowns ( parts of the country have at last'. May 2, Fred DoKert, annual visitor Ily j known among[ hU numerous i i I the rumor reached his ears it ia
mains 'where it could be quicklyjbrought from the shops of famous couturiers -I I this!whispered he became so fnccns
started to arrive in Key Welt to Key West tells of snow flying i friend ax "Hytie. died
into play on the European will be seen. j I Lighthouse Tender Postmaster Harris I morning at (:30 o'clock.t the II' that he decided then and there to
this event will bei been While Sam through the air and two incheson SERVICES TO BE I
front. Models for I which has on an pOinciana'1 FUNERAL residence. 501 Whitehead street. I I address the senate.
and Miss Rita in has.not been advised of great the ground white he writing :
Announcement was made recently -' Miss Jane Brown detail of duty any was Funeral service will be held at i Bankhead of Alabama had the
that soviet experts had sue! Pinder, for D. Aronovitz; Miss i 1 I establishing aids to navigation increase in the volume of,mail received : First Methodist Church tomorrow I floor when Borah arose. lie quickly -

ceeded: in adapting ordinary motors Susan La Kin and Mrs. Doris II was due to return to Key West I / there are a number of. Mr. Bossert is a ,retired shop afternoon, 4:30 o'clock. The body; yielded to the Idahoan who
for powering planes. Doughtry. for Joe Pearlman's. In-: today. i I foreman of the )1i hj&'an.Central. .t 2 ,waded in. The filibuster
I'laneat) I l who have received these I will be placed in the church was
to run on such motors can I;corporated;,Mrs. William Norman I Tender Poppy, now working in I people I II R. 1'.. and has been coming to T o'clock. Rer. George E. Sum-:;our shortly thereafter.
manufactured and operated'cheaply and Miss. Candida Rose Marquez,I Tampa Bay constructing Cut "A letters. Some .of the recipientshave i Florida for a number of years, Seaator '
Edwin M. Phillips age 67,died men will officiate. I!.,I Pig
it was stated but their, for The Hub Store; Miss Cath-i range light is not expected to return -I followed instructions and I.: pending most of his time here. I this morning 7:45 o'clock at the Funeral arrangements are in\, It probably will be a long tin

speed would be limited to about! erine Haau and Miss Alberta El- t<> her home port for possibly others have thrown them in the I II In concluding his letter Mr.I I,home, 421 Duval Mreet. The funeral charge of Lopez Funeral Home.I before Senator Reynolds of Non],

70 ,miles an hour. Their principal! wood for Holtsberg's; Miss Mary t the net two weeks. I II waste basket. I Bo'sert sends remembrances to his I will be held Friday morning Survivors are three sisters, Mr*. 'i I Carolina, globe-trotter, author

value would be for training. j j Louise Spottswood and Miss Martha Tender Ivy is home and berthed I I Participating !a this program of I many friends and U looking forward t' 10 o'clock ftom the home to the Jane Perez. Mrs. Mercie Burchell!: (Continued on Page Four)
Carbonell. for Appelrouth'sStore wharf. : to his next visit which will ,
at the lighthouse ,
RusselL i
I I St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rev. and Mr* Fannie j
NOTICE ELKS I of Fashion. i soliciting money is strictly against be in the fail.Mother's. fact that the deceas.I I
iI A. B. Dimmick. officiating.Survivors Due to the
Mr. Jeffrey members of the I the postal laws of the United I are the widow, Ura-. ed had always taken neb a great American Legion Minstrel

There will be a special meeting. j cast and Arthur Sawyer. Post! AMATEUR NIGHT i States the postmaster says and Day Flowers Grace Phillips; two daughters interest in the fire department'': FRIVOLITIES OF 1935

of Key West Lodge No. 551. B.J i American Commodore Legion, wish von to extend Mietk-i TONIGHT 9 TILL agents of the postal, department Glads SOc, 75c, $1.25, Mrs. Warren J. R atrons, Henderson. one of the fire trucks will be wd T_____ Eveiag
P. o. f.. on Thursday May 9th.|! thanks to FLOOR SHOW COMPOSEDOF art working on the matter, $1.50 DoZe N. C.; Mrs. Letter Fo.berx.'Suffern. .' to convey the body daring the HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
at 7:30 p. m.. at the Elks Club]i i Liuba. director of the Key West AMATEURSHABANAMADRID their activities being confined, forth New York and one son funeral instead or a regular hearse.,
for the purpose of election of of.Steers. .''Chamber Musicians for his consideration CLUB most part. to the western part PHONE RESERVATION, L. B. Phillips New York. I The truck will be draped in ang I > ral Ad. ** *a 2Se '

I in postponing/ the of the country where it is understood South Florida Nursery Lopez Funeral Home Is in 1 American flag and otherwise pre-j Reserved Seat --,..-. 35c
scheduled for to- Ladies Fro .
Mfelody Hour AtI.iNioa 75cj
W. CURRY HARRIS. .I the plan originated. PHONE 597 i charge of a rangeiaents.r pared for this use
may 8-1 1 E. R.morrow night, until Friday night .

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O.tbe 1tt EW I READY FOR RECOVERY-BUTf! .ee.teeee.eee.eee..eeee. ; HISTORIC AFRICAN ee.ee ee5..ee.e.sseeeeToday's

.. D.Ui FwPt Bua4&7 Hltpls -- 1[[ TOD Y'S WE THE'R'l i l Today's i MINE IS REOPENED Horoscope

'TIPJJ: Pp"UU"-KO 4'O.. INC. Here's cheerful news for the nation! 1 .................e..e
L. P. ARTII4N. .......,..... The National Association of Manu- Anniversaries I to,. ....=.::. ........ here we han a broad powerful

From Tu CUlaea band's. facturers says that $20.000000.000; to"pent I Temperatures' 1 1I gentle I I southeast or east winds; e...ee.aeea.eee.eeeee JOHANNESBURG So. Afrra, mind with original conceptions,

Winer 0.-_.. aa4 Ass shunt.Lnly in the field of highest ...'......_............._.._..86 over north portion becoming 1668-Alain Rene Le Sage. II May 8.-The iColhuter one .f the I You should have much influence
N.pa to-K.y- W.., aDd Monroe up" factory expansion I Lowest ... ................... -...._77'Mean I northeast and gentle southeast! o.r French author, born Died Nov. oldest mines on the 'twala-s- among people, lut should aim to
Dasli CoUlltJ' renovation and rehabilitation alone 'i ......_. ......__........_..._.82 east winds 17, 1747. rand I avoid straining alter unprofitable
over south portion and and which: was closed in 1929
and that the release of "this flow of private ,Normal Mean .._...----,...78Rainfall' !. things, with the probable result
"coD4 Class matter partly overcast weather I I. exhausted has been
o.Dtere4 at Kay West Florida U I tonight reopened
of detracting 'Fem that popularinfluence.
capital" would dwarf the work relief fund 'and -Thursday. 1786-.Jam Ifamilton. South
FJrrY-SIXTH TEAR to take out ores made profitable t' Seek to conserve the
and give employment to 4,000.000 men for Yesterday'a Precipitation .0 Ina.''I East Gulf: Gentle easterly Carolina governor ((1830-32) liho I by the increased prices 01 geld. energies proper directions. is
M..ber .f tie As..eIat.d Ytva! winds.I recommended of hii.torie
.l.l .Aaeoclated Prea. .scIII.I".17 .ntIUed to ... two years. Normal Precipitation .... ..10InLT..I. .I _____ act passage born Charles- Engineers, estimate there is order not to waste a portion ef the
nullification at
1.. .epabUcaUoa of all a... .patQM cr."t" t. .rre.rd _y.r. :.- .. .,.rl... I .
It or Dot erwtse. credited la this paper and al. Another survey, reported by the same ...Ii.c at ",.'.Ik ...1... _.rain.. WEATHER CONDITIONS ton. Died Nov. 15, 1857. enough pay ore left tD run the

tbs local D.,.. publl.lJ.ed Iter.. organization based upon replies received I Tr..w' A1.c' i II ---- mine 25 years or more. ........._......... ._.... Hear

lTORIAl> by the Metal and Allied Products In-I Sun rises i ._.-....--.......- 5:46 a. jn'i this A high pressure area is. crested 18Z4-William Walker, famed THE SEMINOLE
lfLMTIONAl stitute from shows Sun setsl-i. ,.._.. 70I p. ;PJ" mocning.over; the upper Ohio filibuster and adventurer in Central "Iaryville. Mo.. was the scene ......._...111.. FI.Nda
manufacturing plants, .t Valley and overspreads most sections America born at -Nashville.Tenn. of the worst tornado in lR34. .. ..
1935avnscnlrrioN Moon rises ...'......1136 a.. m. .., n. ..a.%.:11. '"laser
$18.000.000,000 of machinery purchases Moon rots ..........._.12:19 a. m. east ol the Mississippi River Executed in Honduras A. kuman, homelike instltutlntakere
JUTES Pittsburgh Pa., 30.32 inches 84'pt. 12. 1860.182&.Jean Died in Washington. D. C.. May will find' ...1........
withheld .the five which you year
.ale Taar _'_____ 'nounsFla over past years, Tom ...ow.. Tides and the northwestern high: pres- 19. 1934. __f.rt and ....rt..._.., a mlOt-
Montha ....e1'hr. would give employment to 4.000.000 for AI. P.M.' aUe area has err of great lmport.ft.fl" .
: .. Montba, J.it overspread! southeastward II. Dunant the
1m. :Monte ..t1'Weekly two High : into the northern Plains -
..2ADYSarlliN years.A :::::::': ::: ; ; Swiss philanthropist whose KEY WESTCOLONIAL ..... firrpr..f b.lldl.e l.mtedin
....:. 7:33 States,
third estimate, made by the Com- Low Helena MOIlt.. 30.28 inches pamphlet resulted! in founding the the heart .t .... eltyRvery
staslteMad. Barometer at 8 a. m. today: ; while pressure is moderately: International Red Cross Commit' HOTEL
known on applicatloaaPECiAL mittee for Economic Recovery is that there Sea level 30.12.WEATHER low in other section!, Duluth, tee 18C3, born. Died Oct. 30. ': Room with ('ombinatlue Tub

r.aal* aollee., arch NOTICHAll of thanks, r.eol.ttoa. ..1rupeet. exists: a "delayed demand" for durable Minn.. 29.82 inches; Oklahoma 1910. In the Center of the Business .1'riling and Shower.'.n. Slat Hatla,Onor Radio for. Summer sa.-Irlo
cblhaar7 Dotlee.. etc? wlU be char..... 'or atla goods amounting to FORECAST City and Phoenix, Aria.. 29.86 and Theater District .nlll..n. Comfortable Reds wilt
rata of :. eeata a li... $ incheg Rains have Mattresses o' Inner Spring Con.struetion .
tiotle..s for efttertalnmeDt. by chareae. from wllic" occurred during 1829-California Joe (Moses EMilner ( and Individual n...".
r.yen I. to b. derlYe4 are i cents a liD" "which would keep this country near the (Till 8 p. m.. Thursday) I the last 24 hours in the extreme ). Western frontiersman First Cta.FireprfSe..iltl. lag Lampao.

The of Cnl&.a pcbllc la.u.s I. au open Lad .ubJact.forum aDd of local Invites or general dtaeusIott industrial peak; for ten 'years." Key West and Vicinity: Gt'D4IrI eastern Lake region. upper Ohio and scout! ,. born in Kentucky. Died Rates RATF:a

.ter..t,, IIut It will. Dot pubUala anonymous commuaiatl Col. Leonard Ayres "noted Cleveland ,. Valley and throughout\ the Atlantic Oct. 29. 1876.1835Augusta. :Q R_.... Private Rath ..... ..1'1",1.r:,,a.M ..
+ )na 'tIu fl States. except in the Florida COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl R..wa. Pris.le n.10 33.M .
economist," says the National Association I ; i peninsula: being heavy in portions Jane Evans Wilson n__.. Prtsae Itath .'m_. I.M

Some women pay and pay;' others of Manufacturers, estimates the waiting : of South' Carolina Charleston popular Mobile, Ala.. novelist Garage JIa&carI : -a !II..I.n__..n Private__.. Prisat.D.10 0.... 4.33411S _

charge and harge. demand at 80000000000. I ." 1.LI Inches. There hale also of her day, born at Columbus,!t I Popular) P..lc. slJillx'! J"-lU-an: : FOR DO' W.r-
been rains in i the upper! and mid- G.. Died in j09.1855Frank I I O.t PA"cr
The association is even optimistic, it m''I .
dle l\1i+lissippi Valley and in pop -- - --
Mos);) are most attracted by the loud- seems, because "there is an undoubted 'I ; \ tions of the northern Plains States I G. Carpenter _
of in ., and eastern Roc.e:1( :: The temperature journalist, traveler and author,
est talkers and the largest promisers spirit optimism the land, the nation '
continues below freezing in born at Mansfield O. Died in STEAPriSHIP Co.
is :closer breaking the back of the de- :
western but P & 0
Montanan readings China June 18. 1924. ,
,t ecaPth' til1r'iusic Week' presion..U1an'.at any time since 1932:' and Fair I are generlny'above 'tlormal this 1 UNITED STATES. FAST

is no f oqYu..t4Pfdir; ? t;: your. own recoverr is in our grasp/. morning in the Plains States Mississippi 1855-Edward W. Nelson ov.1 1 .. .; MAIL ROUTES FOR
J, ally fair tonight and Thursday; Valley, Lake region, and ernment naturalist; and conservationist PORT T A MPA..JIA V ANAWEST JNAIES.
horn. bl4aat,t"' .D' ti. M! j jC j Nowlf'thli; average citizen of Key gentle easterly winds:.. southern States, ud day tempera- born at Manchester, N. Effective March 18th. 1935 _
11.1 '
{ "'r1' .1;.. ; West is puzzled and unable to understand Florida: Generally fair tonight tures above 90 'degree3 were re- Leave Key West for Havana WedneNlaYIJ'and 'Saturday.,
3Lr4commtnded.as, .f : : t.a peasant 1 why this 'pent up demand" remains and Thursday; slightly cooler in ported yesterday in northeastern BENJAMIN LOPEZ 12:20 P. Id.Leave .
extreme nerth portion tonbrbt. Florida, central Texas and Ari- FUNERAL HOMEEstabLsb.J Havana for Ky' Welt Thursdays and Mondays, I
form, f exercise" but the betterame one "dammed up" the answer is given by the Jacksonville to Florida Straits: Eona. Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and

plays the less exercise he gets. \y association. Congress and the Federal Gentle shirting winds over north G. S. KENNEDY. W.st'.49 Old.at24.Ho. YearsK.y day!!. G:30 P. 11. Mon-I

government are worrying industry and portion becoming northeast and Official in Charge. ., A.It.ta.c. Service Tick.ta. Raervatloae aa4 l.for..U. et TICket Office
", D.ck 'P.... 71
When a; newspaper adds just one'ew business There is, it seems talk about Licensed EwtbslmerPh. r '"'
... J. H. COST.IRR6e.L I
subscriber to its circulation list it can "disturbing legislation" which includes unemployment I ..ee..e.e..e..eee.ee.ee. lU Night SIII.W

truthfully state that its subscription ''ts insurance measures, the banking KEY WEST IN I Today In History1ee..e..a..ww.w..e. -- .. ..' ..... -

growing.If bill, the utility holding company bill, ..

\\ changes in railroad laws, the 30-hour week, DAYS GONE BY I 1689-Nicolas Perrot, French

as some assert, fish is a good brain the Wagner labor disputes bill, the Guffey Happenings Here Just 10 Year..'. explorer took possession of the !

food. we have in mind an acquaintance or1 coal bill, the possible extension of the au- Ago Today.As Taken From Upper Mississippi region in ,the :
The Files Of The CitizenShips name 01 France. Jon'tACCEP11NG;*
twp for whom we would prescribe a couple j thority of the Secretary of Agriculture and I '
7W I,I 1846- -hour battle at Palo Alto IMITATIONS
of whales. the continued threat of monetary inflation. -
different : Tex.-Gen. Taylor defeated
na- D____ To an ta. ariginJ DaYia 100 Jo rare PaInt
I tions visited Key -Nest yesterday.! Mexican army twice his size. ..-- to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
t When a fellow told his sweetheart I \ All .of them came for either ;uel i look for Davis 100% Pure Paine bat otlll:keD MDT'AIII JI.C

she was the eighth wonder of the world, 1 "BOON-DOGGLE" oil or supplies or both..The vessels -I 1919-Amerlcan Legion opened """ this imitated.he never'liplicaecL .....=::::..
the Gennln Steamship its first convention in St. Louil' 1
were Davis "
100 Pun
she warned him against allowing her to % Paint co orma. with -
Stbieswig-llolstein; the French, : ," all pun paine laws aM i1 eN only paint :: =
catch him with any of the. other seven. The whole country became quite ex- Steamer Omph31e and the En lish 1926-Uni rejected moneysent bo 15lJtca caPAi1VT me.rise a guarantee of parit ==-.::
I' cited about Steamer Oln. by Russian Communists in) =
a ago over the discovery
I British General strike. :: Id; I r this.Cuanmtee on the LabelJ ter:

When a man suing for divorce I. that vast sums of money had been ex- 1 w...._w..rsai.n wish.er.....P- ....,. ....relAll m.r..8.r_-.
charged that his wife kissed him only pended in relief work for what was known The publicity bill as passed by 1921-Capt Nungesser and ......_ KS ..dr h m .. "1"-'. sad Auld lbr..ah Dalen mly..
both the senate and house of the i
when she wanted money, the judge ex: as "Boon-doggling." To the average mind Florida legislature" provides\ for!" Maj. Coli left Paris in biplane lorI TBF.B.BDAVIS Cot c.t /89J UALTIMORE.MIl

claimed: "What an affectionate wo- the term did not convey any meaning. It the expenditures of three mills for'I New York-and never seen again.1 G. C. ROBERTS Comer Caroline and William Streels J
sounded advertising purposes.' This meas-I I
man. suspiciously like "bundling" and"necking" 1934-Diplomatic relations restored -
are was introduced by Senator I''I between China and Persia 1
and "spooning" and similar Wm. II. Malone at the request of .
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Third party talk is usually strongest familiar expressions; indicative of more or the Key West Chamber oC Commerce after more than 1.000 yean. 1

about a year and a half before Congres- less strenuous philandering. The average Representative. Both Senator Busto Malone advocated and five-gallon demijohns and 21 two'I ....................r.llll.l........ee..re.. rllll................. ......e..eeee:
sional and Presidential elections. It is citizen naturally wanted to know why I I gallon demijohns. Besides othersmaller \ .
the bill and the county commis- .
three-fourths and good should be in Iota representing seizure!I II
usually propaganda one- money spent teaching sioners .will be empowered to:
, fourth threat. anything like that. appropriate a sufficient amount I made from time to time. Keep Flies and Mosquitoes Out i

Then it developed that "BoondogI I for advertising purposes. It is Pineapples are now arriving I
understood that the commissioners .
Latest tabulation of the combined gling" repre.ented nothing more detri- 'I will be) authorized to l-i steadily from Cuba. For the past i
several days the shipments have S
public debt in the United States, including mental to the public morals than handi- propriate approximately $15.000 been larger than usual shipments I of Your Home With

Federal State and local debts, shows that work-the fashioning of small articles by for the purpose! as provided- in the,coming jn from 35 to 40 cars S

American taxpayers owe almost 50 billion hand-such things as one finds at the I bilL I I daily. Since tile embargo Ol fruits1l ,.

dollars-and owing more every day. Who souvenir shops at amusement resorts when It was decided at the} meeting i from also C\Ia.baa} beeP lifted bane-n there) : "
(<;) are large quantities of +
cares? That.s the troubl one is spending a vacation and spare pen- of the county commissioners last nas arriving.I I
nies. night: that State Senator Wm. H. Continental i
Malone be requested to,introduce I Editorial Of'' Adjustable
Rehabilitation 'Vefrjt1f teaching handicraft l.Comment: Many J
: of Key : ; .. The of vas a bill at the present session of the
predictions repeatedly made
FERA administration is receivinglUon; l ,.pisiseworthy-the direction of public ac- the legislature for the establishment .'"i.n The Citizen ire coming true.
Monlhly'and: Jivitif'iii iY line praiseworthy-in of a juvenil&!& koutt" in ( yo "t -. .. ..
recognition. ; \'hrough: Harper's :. was or- Monroe There were'a'' 'I I ':xv .
the American Magazine., Iay issut.t\V ;de 1h l i.'tK ;vagt. nrmyf of unemplo'edmight number 'ounty.of interested citizens; at, tA baby boy weighing Tar .
+pounds wall horn today to Mr. and :
some of the stuff i is off key, all is entertaining -l have, its't pride dimm.ed-in order the_meeting last nigh anti .a.I)firs hJ' llngrtb.am at the : SCR"EENS' ;.:

reading and good ad\'ertising. that the relief provided'by the government dresses on the matter wee. td8j1t f,'boJUel scor' ply of Pargaret and "
by A. R. AIi11er. Dr. W.m. R. W arren. -j -
might be received as'a merited'payment. f Fleming streets. i
A. II. Mdnnis and Senator ,
The United States needs a fleet equal But the use of the effeminatemasculine Malone. Coast : .0 ''jjS
Gunrd Launch: Number 3 1
to the best, or she needs none at all. If term of "boon-doggling" in the place 'I returned to port today from ,a trip : Q

Uncle. Sam must sit in on international af "handiwork" or "craftsmanship" wa an Pursuant to orders received up the reef where it went to the
from headquarters in Washington. assistance. of
Jbe Yacht
joker, or if our people have any chips in indication of an effeminacy in masculine I. Tondelyo.
Deputy United States Marshal The vessel
was aground about 12 jS 24" Screen SOc
the game of world trade, let's hold the leadership that has no place in a country Andrew Lopez yesterday! dpstroy.elt 'miles from Long Key. The'yacht, Adjustable ': .

cards. If we are not going to play, let's like ours. It was well that the "boondogglers" a large: quantity! of liquor at j was released; proceeded ender herl
the federal buildinl In the lot own steam and reached .
i porti 28" 90
make no preten were discouraged. 'Ve are not C
bottles I
desroyed were 1,094 15. yesterday. ( .i ..
"sissies. I ,,' "
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According to legend, it is to the (--Important--1- ..: 30"7. '" 1 00
curiQusity of a Roman Emperor that t6 GOVERNMENT PROPAGANDA III' e :, .

owe the only portrait of the Savio.r hat ':, 1

we have and its description. It was cut peaking on the subject of 'news-

on an emerald: the forehead broad, but I papers and propaganda" before the Amer- See our full line of Galvanized and Bronze i
.. s
low, the beard pointed and small; tie hair: ican Newspaper Publishers Association renounce en s. 1 &5

parted in the middle; the nose straight, I John Stewart -Bryan, publisher of the ; : t" Screen Wire beFore you buy i

and of full size. From that gem possibly, News-Leader of Richmond, Virginia

the modern paintings of Christ }have, charged that the Federal Government was concerning the 'redemption Of' .First ..sn dFogrth S S i '
Liberty Loa Bondi hive
through the Byzantine copies, decended to using "the most powerful and insidious! !! ; been
our times. mechanism that has been developed in the made by 1M '1 rens Departelent'. :' l .i Iweek. WindowScreen Frames. ( ededDolfB: ) 40c i ii
rT. .1i r
history of man" to disseminate. propagandafrom ... .- .. .;:. ;;. ,. ,'>.

The House of Representatives has \Vashington. i Door creep Frames (KoockedDm: > ) SSc ". ,

pulled the same old trick, session after session "In the first year of existence: he We would be pleased to have you .. .

in passing the bonus through that added .the AAN isssed 5,004( news re- CODaUt' us" ::: .. e e

branch. They don't believe in it any more Jeases. In the latter part of' 1933 there i > e i

q than aU of the Presidents, since the World wa no paper big enough after it had is-; .: "Your home- i. worthy of.the'be&t"

War The Senate has shown a g904 deal,} carded its news and advertising to .carry THE FIRST NATIONAL' BANK

of manhood. with reference. to the bonus the handouts from \Vashington." He OF KEY WEST South Florida Contracting & Co. f

measurea. Of course all members of the urged the publishers to make it their business .Member .

t Lower House who have voted for the to find 'other and corrective sources of the Federal Rtrs.r'sae i.Y. 1 : Phone 598 White..and Elsa Struts

bonus but it is safe of news"'to offset the influence of -
not hypocrites
are a government -I : .I ....e.e........e.e..eeee.e.e..eee..e.ee5.............................:

bet to say that most pf them are.., I prope.8ands-... -.' r: ; III" '''

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If you .ive your COLUMN !\; U. S. Senator Harry S. Truman

1tYNO"Bl. J..... ew4 law.gtisl. feat: everybody knew It except I paper by 6:15 o.c1oek'ia the I[ of Missouri, born at Lamar M&,
._ .r..ee et"w'' .ion* vrll. afteraooa can telephone 51 ..*.ee.ee.e....*...*.... 51 .
oNiw1 ,. siU aratPtw "r @puesr .Jane herself James had not the tourage I years ago.Governor
sits. after s co.v.r.atio. felts to blurt out the truth to Jane. 'sad a paper will I b>>. sent to PIANO TUNING II.

Sotto Grath. teals kiiaa Jsna wkoat Pratt JasW lakA \ .one U What good would It do? Jan was I ICHISOX your tk_ A complaint boy Philip F. La Follette
wow r*.*f <" try to a.001 wfIJaw. th halt ale* with disappointment and. I U on d..ty at this office from PIANO TUNER, Laureano Moreno -
.. .c.. ta ri..lr.vta* oil . ..,._" kwabawd'a/ wwdawa M kiwi- disliked him enough at It waa. He 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for thepmrpoM % Excellent: ]] piano for sale Wis. 38
"e4I toe., A_ cwt ....this shrank from adding fuel to her 1 __ .f delivering complatats. cheap. 1018 Division street. yean ago. ,
too ftrc* 'ac lc* n .
J*U* Had eA. kea awls ._* growing dislike. Help .s five yon 100 apr22lmoFOR .
tornado ocr.fk "Mil Jttntlt." Bat her brothers were neither DOWN 1 STANDINGS!ADMINISTRATION I II 1 percwit c rvic by Baling 51 I Governor Eraest W. Marland of

afraid of Jan ear tender of her feel- J ILEAGUE if yea do aot receive The Citi. BEN |: Oklahoma, born in Pittsburgh 61 i
Chapter U. Ings. The twins, home for their i
yean ago.
GREAT NEWS Thanksgiving vacation from Kansas YANKEES ANDRETAIN i DOWNS BAYY1EW I Ii xea. BICYCLES-WE RENT by the --

University remote aa ever and asa I ii i AMERICAN LEAGUE I 'I..I I'-- Hour Day or Week. Repair
"VTOtJ know aa well aa I do. Mill ally sliest made a point of mimicking i Ctub- w. L. Pet. all makes and paint them with I Col. Horatio B. Hackett of Chicago i
J Julia." Jan almost ahouted at Jane In Jaae'a LEAD PARK PLAYERS Ku-EnameL We full architect chief of Public
bearing: hicago'T 4 :"l50I i pitch: B. Roberts 1, Rosam 2, carry a
k.y fMat, "that the Judge and old "Tea.old: J.A Plumber.la a dean. supply of parts. Agent for the j Works Housing born in Philadelphia -
I Cleveland : .. 4. ,69? Lopez 1 time of : 1:15 umpires
; ; game ;
Grandpa Stls aoa"ra always stat a perfect dean. Norris Informed I 0. ( ---- I I Roilfait: and Dayton Bicycles. I years ago.
tS him with c1rbel about his being Kata In a bleb falsetto voice. 'I do !Boston .,,_.+. b) .600 CUBAN : Lopez and Gonzalez.In I And cell them as low as $5.00
the oriKln&l boy wonder. certain to believe the old gooff, actually got ] New York.___ 9 6 .600. down and $1.00 per week. ,We | Dr. James R. Angell. presidentof ;

net the world on nra.Naturally. In appeal. And Uttered. GAME WITH PHILADELPHIA! Washington ....:__.._ 9 8 .529 OVER GARAGE AGGREGATION the night game, the Cuban Buy and Sell all makes of used Yale, born at Burlington, Vt.. ;
be objected wh 1 You don't say"Nato contributed. WIN'i' I Club won their third straight contest Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. 66 yean ago.
Detroit ___....._..._ 7 9 .438
treated him tike a human being I IE- equally hlg'c falsetto. ; IN CAME AT by defeating Garage, Stowers company, 515 Duval E
atead .t a paiapered poodle who 'I do say. But. my dean you Philadelphia ,._._-...-- 3 12 .200 to 1. C. Garcia of the club struck street. t
FROM BROWNS NIGHT aprd-tf Maj. Gen. Paul B. Malone U.
just bad won a ribbon at a bench should see his trump of a wife. She St. Louis 2 11 .154 out 13 batters and only allowed I S. A., born at Middleton, N Y.,
hpw. Ira been gothl* bat object. must hare got her clothes at a rummage three hits. FURNISHED BUNGALOW mod- ,63 *
v RIlL And James yean ago.
complain, object. complain actually expected
ever NATIONAL LEAGUE ern conveniences. 634 William
ilnco w* were married. na-x-me. who's been East to (s Miil t. The riu _) (By JOVE) The Garage boys failed to come I -
Club W. L. Pet. street. Apply Valdes
"But: I did think' be was Qaa f school aad had yeah in Crop*-to NEW YORK, May 8.-The Chicago New York- .._._ 9 3 .750 The Administration! ten defeat- through in the pinches for three Bakery.apr27 I, Robert Aitken of New York,
enough to confine his'complaints to invite the old rag-bag to dinnah. White Sox defeated the New fed the I i noted sculptor, born in San Francisco -
Chicago 8 6 .615 r Bayview; Park outfit onI times they had runners on third ----- --

enough me. I did not to think go OP he*Ja was the gentleman highways Can"But.yon my imagine dean'ur yon are of course York Yankees. 4 to 3, retaining 1 Brooklyn ___10 7 .588 I I the latter's own grounds yesterday ''and' second and no outs and they i WANTED ) 57 yean ago.

their lead in the American League St. Louis __.._ 9 7 .563 afternoon by a score of 17 AMATEURS. sizes.
ind ,byways and ipatter his pwn I the wile of the candidate. It would ,' failed to score. i -An ages and Francis Ouimet of Boston, golf
'hare been poisonous naturally, but increased their Pittsburgh __.-_-..-.,,- 9 9 .500[ to 8. 5 big prizes each week. Can
wily> with mad. It seems howerer. and in fact, lead j Leading hitters: L. Bazo. with star born at Brookline, Mass., 42
Cincinnati _..._..__ 7 9 .438 iThe Park boys played
that I was mistaken." we women were made to anffah. An J a poor your child recite, sing dance or
Mla Julia said simply. -Jane. I 'even old frumps and old frurep's to one and one-half games. Boston ._-_....,___......._.- 5 10 .333 i game in the field and the Office three safeties in four tries; E. Es-I play an instrument? WE WANT years ago.

am horrified." She got to her feet friends have votes The Washnigton Senators tri I' Philadelphia __ 2 9 .182 bunch did not fail to take advant. quinaldo and M. Sanchez with one NEW TALENT. Habana-Madrid i

and marched to the door. There sheeal4 "1 would die first; :yes 1 as sun umphed over the St. Louis Browns. 'age of the errors to mix'with their hit in two chances. r Club. Phone 220. may6-tf I Michael! MacWhite. Irish Free

OTarterSW>M I know?jitafea hU deVer compli&edt i said to-y: ennls DodsoaK {Jenllle wr|-I l", The leading:bitters"-were: Hale, PERSONAL born 52 years ago,
7-3. Buddy Myers, second baseman I starred for the Club ten and Mora
>t you, td anybody., BUUJf: kBowail ,lahejiU\ ,.ew Jalaaie, I JenjBie, Andjft>lunbtaariJtgPevah) VLI ', led the Senators' batting AMERICAN LEAGUE' Safeties\ in fibs:!chances; Johnson, for the Mechanics. STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS''" ,

hint;" I anything i .tally uoUlbe locks hold troop wjth a double two singles t New .York at ChieiiEroaca. ., I ibpa and Sierra, who also hit Score by innings: R. H. E. INDIGESTION'suffer victims, why I
And that wa.:tbi\o\in4 rtalaJalia's /ruopp.of B!'4fe rpifea kennel and a home run in five times up. ve. Jones. : !t't .well Garage 100 000 0001 3 8 ;For quick ;relief get, a

attempt to Ht matters right i JeRJ t wu.aa 1IDIUlecL! I thongbi The Detroit Tigers defeated the I I| Washington at si-.J.t ouis Weaver -!:. In the field Mauncy' McKinley Cubans 006 010 Six-11 10 2 free sample of Udga a doctor's RUSSELL'S

between her two favorites.Jamei I was: ra tlJe, r,good,u aylL; Philadelphia Athletics 5 to 3. The I Blaeholder o :'Thomas.. ,; and Sibila played Tvell for the Office Batteries: Jolly. L. Castro and prescription. at Gardner's. Phar-j ;s

that enl l1C stayed Cowl- winners secured twelve hits with J j Philadelphia at betroit-Wilehere -]| outfit, and Alvarez and John- Gabriel, H. Castro; C. Garcia and macy.' : I
town to dinner at the new Rotary "TTRHeJ> : Very good. Very gw, five credited to the losers. This u. Rowe. i son for the Park ten. Martinez Tynes. apr23-24-25-30; may 1291' -

Club and Jane had time. with !her Indeed, I have no doubt Jenr: was the Tigers fifth-straight; Boston at Cleveland-Welch or'| Score by innings: R. H. E.t Summary: Errors: Gabriel 3. 15-16

mother help to ibdnlge herself in repeated It everywhalr I have a> tory of the season. Vic-I I Rhodes. !. Hudlin.NATIONAL. r Administration W, Arias 2, C. Garcia 2, Lewis, CIGAR STORE-
an orgy of self-pity, which culmi doubt that eventjally got to And!. FOR SALE
and The. summaries: 107 030 006-17 16 3 Castro Mora; two base hits: H'I
nated. when James got home. in Mrs. Andy herself. She mu I
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAGUE Bayview Park- Sanchez, M. Esquinaldo,
have been
crushed deal- I at
near hysteria. yes my PRINTING-Quality Printing -0-
Jane lobbed that the wu lIck of crushed That witticism of your At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago at New York (two! 000 100 2Jo- 8 6 Bazo 0.,, Esquinaldo L. ;!I the Lowest Prices. The Art-

New Concord lIcit to death of being must have assuabed James his non New York _._._._...._. 3 7 0 j games)Warneke: vs. Fitzsim-I I Batteries: E. Roberts and, J. stolen bases: Gabriel 2, F. Cara-i man Press. ang7 Daily Baseball ReturnsBy
laughed at aid Jeered at because of ination. Naturally the Plumber' Chicago '.'-'''_'_' 4 10 11, mons a. id French vs. Parmelee. Cooper; B. Roberts Rosam, Lopez ballo; struck out: by C. Garcia 13.
James' continued failure. He bad and the Plumbers' friends wont! Batteries: Gomez. Malone and Pittsburgh at Boston-Weaver I and Woodson. by L. Castro 1; bases on balla: off I: MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 6001 Wire
promised her when he married hero never have dared lift their head Dickey; Lyons and SewelLAt vs. Bob Smith. Summary: Errors: Garcia 2, Garcia 4; 'wild pitches: Garcia. I i The ArtmanPress > \
take her away from New Con. aftah yon. had put them In the! | St. Louis at Brooklyn-P. Deanvs. I Ackerman, Nunez. Roche Carey,* Jully 2; time of game: 1:30; umr: '. Citizen$1.25.Buildilg.I -0-
cord. Re had asked her to be pa. place!" St. Louis R. II. E. Babich. t Hale, Burnett Frohock; three base pires:" Lopez and Gonzalez. ,I jnn27tf 1; COME IN AND GET THE
tient. to give him a little time. Jane did not give her devot Washington ?_- ..m_.__ 7 13 0 Cincinnati at Philadelphia' hit: Ackerman; two base hits:! I I,

Hadn't she been patient? Hadn't brothers the satisfaction of the c St. Louis ........__....._... 392 Derringer vs. Syl Johnson. I Johnson, Nunez, R. Alvarez Barker Standing of the clubs: TYPEWRITING PAPER --1500 RESULTS OF THE
net For el years the had smiled fry tirade they were expecting b Batteries: Whitehill and Bol- Hale Demeritt. Burnett; stol) Club- W. L. Pet. MAJOR BASEBALL

and endured and worked her fingers slipped noiselessly; out of the"as. ton; Newsom. Coffman, Walkup,,. Berry -Foxx; Bridges and Coch-:I en bases: Math .cy, Ackerman, Cuban Club _.__ 4 0 1.000 sheets 75e.: The Artman Press angl LEAGUES

to the bone putting np a front making door and: v eDt home. She was chr Thomas, Andrews and Hemsley, rane. ,I Johnson, Roche; double play: Service .._._....._._ 3 1 .750 ;i -0-.
a penny (o the work of a dollar I log with hurt sad mortlQcatloa.She Grvbe. Cooper to Sierra and Manucy to'' Administration .,._.... 3 1 .750 PERSONAL CARDS 100 printed I I j

entertaining his friends, pretending had never in her whole U Boston at Cleveland, postponed, I I Sibila; struck out: :by .C. Roberta : Recreation .-.,,-.-._. ., 2 1 .667 II The- Artman CIGARS. CIGARETTES.
$1.25. 6E1C.
been cards,
pretending until ahe was worn to a so bitterly wounded in b< At Detroit R.. II. E.I' wet grounds. ; 0, by B. Roberts 1, by Rosam lij Lighthouse __ 2 2 .500 Press ? SOFT DRINKS
pride her self-esteem. Safe sag
shadow that he was aucceaaful. hedropm she In b: Philadelphia __.;..;T. f? *' 351 j by Lopez 0; bases on balls: off !, Bayview Park- .. 2 3 .400 : I
And all the paced back and for'
James was content for hours Detroit -------.-r-. .-. 5 12 0 NATIONAL LEAGUEAll IE.II Roberta 4. off B. Roberts 2i' Garage _...--:- 0 4 .000 'II'SECOND SHEETS-500 for 5Oc:. ...
to stand still to do nothing. be assuring herself! thai I
nothing, but a awall-tows lawyer was not true that. It was Jam.. I Batteries: Cain"Marcura; and games rained out. ''off Rosam 3, off Lopez 1; wild j American. Legion ,... 0 4 .000 The Artman Press. sag'?

.Just a country lawyer making a fault, not hers, that he had lost th -- ------- -- ..-.- -- ,. --.---- -..._..-, ----,------ ---- ---
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miserable three thusan4.a7eac. nomination. _. ...._ .-- .- :.-"o. ...' .. -- .-
He 'was suppose to be an orator. "In hei'beitfif. hearts'Jane kW. I .

And the only ones he could corralto that the fault was hers. And sin- .' ,J '. :
listen to him were a lot of bumpkins k Is a common characteristic of a:

at the Rotary Club. If be were but the highest human nature i .) .. 1..7 .. .. ., ..
a man hate whomever one has tnlnrri!' .. :.

James listened patiently with Jane came close In the next f<- --- ." .
bent head. At last when Jane was months to bating James. .
sobbing quIetly. he said. "How Everything seemed to go JWfUi. .. ." H4i
: <4"
would yon like Topeka for a for Jane that next year or two. Sb : ", .
change was fretful and unhappy and n.. 1W'4Yo
"Topekat Fd prefer Tophet to very well. Her tongue grew sharp, --
this ghastly little town. and sharper her square little chin '

James explained that the Judge which had been ronded. by so
had decided that afternoon to let white flesh, became more and mor ; :

him run for the state legislature. His aggressive as she lost weight. f '
candidacy had been announced at She fell olf in her looks, too. a PURE PAPER FOR CHESTERFIELDS $ z >4'

the Rotary Club dinner, Nappy said "something scandalous { if +
." Most of the friends of bn,

stared at him blankly. "You own age v ere 1 by this time married

JANE have told me but of and having babies and all-wer. tot- of
course. I'm only your wife. Nat busy to listen often to Jane's com They use 300 gallons

urally. I should be the last to know pJalnti or even to her funny stone. ea '.4

"McCullough only told the Judge which now seldom failed of theiisilng. ,
today bo.wash't well enough to make Jane ceased after a time Itbe
'the race. I could hare telephoned popular. fresh water a minute to purify .
you but I wanted to tell IOU myself The younger/ crowd while that '
". ." came to her partien, openly left rit-r
Jane* went to bed that night a out of ftlrs. She tried church work ,y

.crnshe and Injured mq L hut...)by a cJ.Jlrwf..t l ljat. Sh' J1 the clean flax linen pIp i that: ,, \ "' Cbata agirePa erCa,

morning eke was cheertd[ ao$eliied.WfcaJt JII "-e 1f'Y'' b pn '. \ .milt UlhdI CbataiitdL
bight bare happened'betw>end 411uaehe oMse to he AI k %' .-,. : "' ..uJ'. ,. -. .
\h Sllmions* If Jamja taiFwovhljffirs ", .ibeiwroa: ant tb-,, Un ? .. JW' .'

(.. political: goal ,will neVei ti/ whose hnba bad .enD fI to ., I t Chesterfield paper., is: made' :ofFg '" ., !, ,-,
tab a tj&ousand ( a.
known Certainly Jane Rat > His acN rr / .
cbartnig and stlmolaUaar/and tcrypatlepP ,Sh,., itlslniht5 ,Jun!:):,.., LE&' *fc, 9 __JjlT VHIt< ; .t.. .. .r .
with Janes during the nest League and made so many egemi1 I f.
few "weeks.. She was correspond. 1111 a few months that the: members !
ingly east down and Irritated when I held an unofficial: meeting behlml i { ., Over and
James failed of the nomination by ber back and afterwards voted down '
one rote. en bloc everything ahe suggested

James failed cf that rote and others no matter how merltorous. More s 9 over again they boa
because it was told all over and more convinced was Jane that
New Concord and New Concord she. id outgrown New Concord an1 and wash the pure flax linen shreds
County list Mr..James Stlmson had for days at a time she would bard :: 4
said that while Andy Plumber from speak to James. before they are rolled out into thin
up Donlphan was a perfect dear. They might by now have been lr
has old frump of a wife oughtto Topeka. They might have been In it crisp paper and cut into rolls for
be locked la at home or else tied Topeka! Oh. if she had married a :
up III'.ua back yard. Instead of being man and not a milk BOD. Why even :g Chesterfield cigarettes.

allowed to tag him to political Leslie Harris working for living in the manufacture and
convention In Kansas City, had a richer life a Every step

Mra PUmber wai one of the most better time. everything about the big modern
popular women la (he Donlphanpelghborbood (Capyrfy.'. 1HS. MaUd B. oral&.1 Y'v
the kindest of neighbors : factory where Chesterfield paper is
the greatest hand la aicknesa.
James loses hit best friend to
James knew the reason for his de- morrow. -< made is spotless and clean.
1 %
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---: -I II paper

| Emii l Caccholi. a vi<<-presid nti
DELAYS GRADUATION I *4. country it is tested for three things-
I i of the Great Northern Fur Dyeing 3
i Co., testified in court racketeers I w > s. PurityRight
3v %
lit, AwMM-U r4 PrrwO I bombed his home in Queens p burning quality

COLUMBUS, 0., May 8.-Her ; county N. yn in 1933 and sent I r

golden wedding anniversary out : him a bill for $2.000 for "ex No taste or odor

of the way Mrs. Catherine Sheet penses of bombing." I

ac 73 is l looking forward to graduating .
t '
ale times a grandmother, plan to There is no better paper made than that
from high school i ;
enroll as a freshman at !
She' numbered among member -' State university and J "when I used on Chesterfield-another thing thaI'viM

of the night school class! duel!'graduate. from college I want to Slitting Bird t i.J IIg '
tp receive diplomas in a few teach. mathematics. i I rolls tfciganttf a

veek School authorities believe "I guess I've been a school girl reds
l she will be the oldest woman !' all l my life" she says "because I papa ..)

ever to graduate from high | bar always) felt there was something -; k

achooL I started that was never, -
I .i ;,.'_ t -.u"s..raJIdUT; ( Cart
Next fall Mrs Sheet, who is,, finished. ',.. '
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Gran Verbena Will Be Put OnSunday II' AWAITING DECISION AS TO I Preparing for next season's air- ARRIVED YESTERDAY AND' Tonight 8 o'clock in the officeof I Judge HaUied L. Ritter, United HUNDRED AND FIFTY
I plane travel to Key West and to Clerk Ross C. Sawyer, Monroe; States court, and Mrs. Ritter, are FIVE CARS SENT OUT

Coral Isle CasinoGran OTHER PARTS 'have the landing barge in LAST NIGHT County Commissioners will !
At perfect | meet. out fishing this afternoon as guestsof UP TO PRESENT
I \
-- I I I Teodoro Alfonso Serrano is be- condition, the FERA is having the Major Richmond F. Gibson U. | for the second regular session: of j Wm. R. Porter president! of the i I, I II

is Gran Pablo i barge placed in condition. I I May. I First National Bank. Pineapple shipments continueregular :
Verbena. What a Cuban Kiosko. Mrs. ing held in the county jail awaiting c. instructor I
S. A. C. A. of the I'I'r
Verbena? That's the, qaetion{ICalleja, Mrs. Blanca Hevia Mrs.)! the decision of the departmentof I It has been hauled out and is 265th Regiment Florida National Checking of depository accounts'r As fishing i guests of Sheriff K. from Key West. With 38

Grace Albury! ,Cuban sandwiches],i i now on the ways undergoing and other routine matters are'all j 10. Thompson yesterday the visitors cars sent cut yesterday and :37
hundreds of American enthusiast I and soda. j jf i labor as whether or not he is to I I Guard, arrived over the highway I I .i did not have much luck as f today, shipments since the beginning
overhaul and that is scheduled consideration
f thorough repairs for
hare been asking the sponsors of Kiosko Espanola: ifrs. Hayde! be deported. I "; yesterday and 7:30 o'clock last' j tarpon were not striking in the of the season total 335 cars

this great Fiesta. This event will f Martinez Isabelle Armayor. San I ; When arrested by immigration !being'p/aced' / readiness for the night held regular inspection of by the board. I usual way and there were ho prizes I I At the start of shipments it

be put on at Coral Isle Casino gria and chicken pie. athorities last week this man gave 1 1I [I'great increase in businesswhich is I Battery "E." I taken. The only fish caught was a wa shown. that the crop was lateri

Sunday.The I I Mexican Kiosko: Mrs. Antistia,.I [anticipated for next year. NEW YORK WRITER jack by :Mrs. Ritter. i than usual owing to lack of rainfall -<
all .
his i inspection comprised
Jose Luis and .This
name as Lugo ; 1
answer to the foregoing Garcia, Miss Elena Hernandez; I tlwt.s.persvnnelandwequipmentj After the unsuccessful trip yes-! in Cuba. Since then there
Verbena u bne of the annual out-'Hot tamales pie and orangeade. I said he was a Puerto Rican. Subscribe to The Citizen.. of- i terday Mr. Porter suggested the I has been sufficient rain to hasten

standing events in Spanish speak-I Gypsy Girls: Mrs. ,Lily Lowe i Since then his ease was investigated I in: Key West. The other inspected personnel -[jVACATIONING RE judge and Mrs. Ritter try again i the crop and shipments will be 01i \
and equipment were
ing countries and is much en-> and Miss Marina Crespo. I at a hearing held before LEGALS I Monday at Islamorada. I ,. and this afternoon they are out i the increase, it is said
joyed by the English speaking : with Captain Atwell and expect
i Cigarette : Miss Carmeni Claude Albury, inspector in chargeof Major Gibson left over the
folks who have had the oppor-i i Herce, the queen of the picnic. the immigration forces in Mon- IN TUB 'O'\T'-: .I'"UGt. .'nt"HTI 1 I highway this morning on the re- N. Standen member of the better results. I
tunity and pleasure of attendingone I IN AND FOR MONBOK :
| Serving as waitresses will be facts I t'LOnIU IN ,' turn to Miami apr rently satisfied -I staff of Fortune Magazine, a New!
and number of
of these Fiestas in foreign Miss Dolores Gonzalez and Miss .roe county a In re Estate of .0I'\T"1 I with the results of his inspection When the late Admiral Robert PLAZASANDWICH
: York publication. is in West
countries The Verbena is com- Norma Garcia, attired as Spanish were brought out which warrant" i MART J. LOWE.Peceaited.. it is said. Key E. Coontz saw the sea for the first

posed of several Kioskos, (in English senoritas. II I I ed his being held. I i NOTICR TO CRKPITORS :, I, spending a vacation and is a' time upon arriving at) Norfolk,! SHOP

meaning gale stands or something -' Candy Girl: Miss Otilia Mar- I The findings were forwarded to j'j'I |: To all creditor and all persons'I II 1 I guest at the Oversea Hotel I Va., as a youthful midshipman,. 503 DUVAL STREET
to that effect), at each the quez. the labor department on Monday !:I raid having Estate claims: or demands against I House Military : This writer came to Key Weston he climbed high into the riggingfor Where
saleslady represents a nation and i Candy Wheel: Mr. and Mrs. : and the department's decision is i iI I: Yow and each of you. are herebynotified Committee Conducts the recommendation of Ralph a good view. +i Kj c ,
In these kioskos I : and required to presentany j McA. Ingersoll editor of Fortune -
you may see on I Benjamin Sawyer, Miss Janei expected within the next few claims and demands which you I
display the things you would like i Thompson and John CarbonelL days. I or either of you may hate aftainstthe Investigation Of Army I who spent two weeks herein 4 i BARBECUE, SAND- 5c

to enjoy such as sandwiches,{ Door Tender: Mrs. Milagro I I II I estate of Mary J. Lowe, deceased I the height of the winter season FAST FREIGHT SERVICE i I WICHES. at ,

orangeade 'and other refresh.*I Moreno. Assistants: Jose Hem ............ ....... ... l Florida,, to tetll..f Honorable Monroe County Hugh. (Continued From Page One) i t. I
fiunn. County Judge of MonroeCounty one-time track and football star, ; HOME MADE SOUPS,
ments. 5cLARGR
Pablo Calleja Arthur : i
Armayor PERSONAL MENTIONDr. :c; Florida, at his office in the NOTICEI :
There are fix Kioskos: Albert Mtartinez. Feliciano Castro, I t County Courthouse In Monroe Coun- mentions pigs publicly again. I NEW YORK "

American Kiosko: Mrs. Walter Frank Fleitas, Enrique Martinez 11..1 I I ty, Florida within eight calendar During senate consideration of I
................o: [ months from the date of the first I PONY OF
Johnsoh and Miss Zoila Norcisa. Annibal and, Oliver Armayor and i I I i publication hereof. Said claims or, tfae Bankhea tenant farmer bill I request all persons who.knojp and'BOST0N J ..aDMUC JIJ 5c.
Soda,Ice cream and candies. I Ishmael J axle' I E. Rodriguez y Baso, whohas [demands shall b. in writing and Reynolds in a;speech called atten-lof trees or shrubbery killed or injured { r -"

J'r ; ,__" -, hO' .. in Miami spending: a while [[f contain post officeaddress th< plafrte of of residence the ..Ialmanti and tjin theTwholesale slaughter of by spraying to furnish mei [From Key, fW, .*t:.\Uer :te Friday; : OVERSIZE SURP,.RI.J Jr ,.. CGLISOF
----- I with relatives returned jester and shall be 1I'1V8rn to by the claimant -' lfK* S under the AAA program.:i i with their names and addresses by ; : I SANDWICH at .tI
uIVU( + I day. I his agent or attorney. otherwise. [From New YorV" alternate Tue*t
llgion'.n1iary School l Bike,Club "Mr. President, he declared with>i telephohe or ,
I.P All such claims and demands not sympathy and feeling, "I do may8-ltx T./S. CARO. < i St8Zo SWEET
I filed within the time and in the think U; 1 I/T days' n 5c.
Ollic Arrive (fl,"I", II Enjoys r r i Eugene Sands, who accompanied I manner prescribed herein shall beB o. oallalteraatejSiatardaysAl. ) I MILK at ,.

b \ : i" !) /Ji, lNe'J1ff.Ontinge: "Ib') I Mrs. Sands: as far as Miami on !i void.hated the.'lr"lH:
Mrs. bfc a i JL president;. Sixth Grade l her trip to New York for the cum 1S35. f- i That was days ago but, lamentsthe 'I,, Arrlvef'hey 5c
Dietrich i I in AHerwsie Wedasdap. Potato ,
hrpsA -
at{ti cfl Iljehlrttnen) t tA e Florida,!IAme''can i.f+cy+rr..l lib.of the Convent of mer season, returned yesterday.I,As Administratrix of the Estate of I senator: "It seems I can't THE DEVIL IS A WOMANFOOTLICHT West seeed day f.il.wi.e.

Legion Auxiliary, !! Mary Immaculate last Saturday I i Mary J Lowe deceased. pass' a senator in the corridor or I portion pf Potato Chip
; rand enjoyed the first of a number of Mrs. Maggie Hernandez, who i W.Attorney CURRY for HARRIS.Administratrix.. elsewhere without provoking him -also--- CLYDEMALLORYJittft served free on all anJwicke
Mrs. Edwin
J. Barker Department outings for the came here several weeks ago be-: l-S I into either whistling ON PARADE i
planned summer a aprl7-24: ma> or humming,'! I CURB SERVICE ,
) cretary-Treasurer, both of Mi-' months. cause of the fatal illness of her| Who's Afraid of the Big Bad..'' Matinee Balcony. 10e Orchestra C. t:. SMITH.!! Amrmt. 1
mother, Mrs. Sarah Demeritt, left IN TIIK .-OI':NTV JIIJGrr. Ol-RTIN i Key Weal I
I ami arrived today and will pay i!I Starting at 9:30 a. m., the AMI KOH !MO Ml OK I'OtNTt.: Wolf 15-20ct Night 15-25c 1 ------ -
their official visit to the local grouprode around part of the yesterday afternoon for 'her home FI'OKIUA. IN PIIOBATK. ---
!in St. Louis Mo. In re Estate of -- --- -
boulevarl, and stopped at Rest
I unit this evening. j i DORA ATCHISON'
Beach shortly after: noon for Deceased.
Plans for their reception and: lunch. The party broke about John W. Holland, U. S. attor- NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
entertainment have been perfected -'! 3 o'clock. up ney; E. R. Williams, clerk of) U.! all creditors, and all persons. '-.

by Mrs. J. G. Piodefe,, Alecia Cobo is president of the S. court; Earl W. Sprague dep- said having Estate claims: or demands against

president of the local group at aj I club ty clerk and Guy C. Reeve U. S. Yon. and each of you are hereby
Elaine ,
Albury treas-
notified and
required to
special meeting held this week. j ures' marshal, who were in Key West claims aDd demands which. presentany ) FIRMS
Mr*. Barker is a niece of Mayor for the May term of federal court, or either of yon. may have .ou'l
Win. H. Malone i the estate of Dora Atchison
and this after-!, left yesterday afternoon.
Fine Program For ceased late of Monroe %
noon was a luncheon guest of'' Florida, to the Honorable HUlfh
Mayor and Mrs. Malone. Other "Amateur Night"An George Gomez, license inspector I Gunn. County Judge of Monroe I
County. Florida, at his office<< in the Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
guests are Mrs. McCahill, Mrs.1 ____ in this district for the State County Courthouse in Monroe Coan-
Piodela and Mrs Lou !; Beverage Department, left yester- ;ty. .Florida within eight calendar I
f excellent program has been |months from the date of the first
arranged for the big floor show day afternoon for a business visit publication hereof. Said claims or
Melody Horn On in in Tallahassee.Mr. demands shall be In writing. and
connection with "Amateur contain the place<< of residence and
Night" to be given this post office address of the claimant BARBECUEDSANDWICHES
Friday Evening I the Habana-Madrid Club. leave. and tomorrow Mrs. T. afternoon T. Thompsonwill for and, shall his. agent be sworn or attorney.All to by the. claimant JOHN C. PARK ROSES THIS SPACE
Five prizes will be awarded such claims and demands not
.The third Key West Melody during the Miami where they will spend six filed within the time and In the Prepared the Old-Fathioned '
Hour, which from' evening's festivities manner prescribed herein shall be FLORAL PIECES A
was postponed and weeks visiting their daughter way with all the trimming;
an enjoyable time is promiselall 328 SIMONTON ST.
Thursday to Friday night of this who attend. N. A. Clark. void.Dated the 17th"day of April. A. SANDWICHES of all kind
week as a courtesy to the Amer-!I, Mr.s.1 D. 1535.. SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
lean Legion will be' presented at, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hirth It. BOLL lOc 35c
8:00 o'clock in the Writing Salon i Grand Dance At three children, who were spending As Administrators I cum testamento PLUMBINGDURO TO ,* PLANTS and VINES
I I '
of the Colonial Hotel. Cuban Club a brief vacation in Key West, left annexo Atchison.of deceased.W. the Estate. of Dora COLD BEER

This being National Music I yesterday afternoon for the homein CURRY HARRIS Wine, Soda, Etc. PER MONTH

Week an appropriate program Toote and his 14 Honey Boys Del Ray Fla., where Mr. Hirthis Attorney for Administrators.aprl724: ma.>l-8 SOUTH FLORIDA
will be offered. Compositions of from Miami connected with the postoffice PUMPS PAY US A VISIT
put on a grand I
composers of different nation-t dance at the Cuban department.Mr. r "We Greet You With a Smile"
alities will also be heard PALACENorman NURSERY
on the
evening, beginning at 9:30 o'clock. SUPPLIESART'S $3.00
program because music is an international On Saturday they will put on a and.Mrs. William Widener I Foster-Judith Allen in I BAR-B-QUE
art. left yesterday afternoon for Miami PHONE 348 Division and Simonton Su.
grand dance at the Dixie Hall, Behind The Green Lights !I PHONE 597
Mrs. Haydn Illingworth. one of I with Mother's Day matinee* after spending two days: in I I James Barton-Helen Westley in -NO FLIES-
Key West's outstanding music Key West while Mr. Widener attended -,"
I ,on Sunday afternoon at the]! Captain Hurricane
teachers and an accomplished Cuban Club. the session of United States Matinee DAYS ARE HERE
I : 15-15c; Nifht 15-25 SELECT SEA FOODSREAD HAPPY
musician, will play three American court. -
breakfast dance will also begiven I J
compositions and will speak on at Dixie Hall ,, Jewf i.h. 2 Ibi 3Se3Se INSURANCE
on Sunday.sist """'Y --- -- --
"American Composers", in observ Yellowtail,Steak, 2 Ib*. THE KEY WEST Os- I

ance of music week. of Yellowtail on Bone 2 Ib*. 2Sc I
The entire program will con- positions.requested players and Grouper, 2 Ib*. _, 25e Office 319 Duval Street .i

com-I TRY BEFORE YOU BUY I I Mutton Snapper Fjih 2( Ib,*2. Ib*-_. 25e 2Sc SUNDAY STAR i

: FRESH SHRIMP Subscription $2 Per Year -

Free for Three MonthsThere ,., YOM- Meal.. At
\1\'RP.UNSPROGRA: GROUND GREEN Key We t'. Only, Sunday j :TH&T, : -: "
fi fit t.flu |I TURTLE MEAT Paper "' "' DelmonicoRertauranlB '!

Vf ATEUR* PERFORMANCE TO 'y'HMHt'r1-\ -- .' r FREE Kingfiih PROMPT 'DELIVERY Mackerel Business OfficeCitizen .dwei.er. .Beer_ ,'--_,.--. 15.*

Ferry Palma arrived yesterday / Building Six; -CoTi ,-_:; _. -
BE STAGED AT ; : pt- -
frog Cuba :with 18 cars of pine- PHONE, 51' 'tt,,_- SOe.T !.,. ?. H 1.

TONIGHT apples, 11095 crates one car. of PHONE 151 Ii 0" f -- _

A program of amateur perform.1,cylinlers one tankage and 83

ances, by colored persons will be I I backs of maiLSteamship I DELICIOUS Our Reputation i is WrapIT WILL SURPRISE YOU AMERICAN COFFEE
staged tonight at the Douglas High I Yoro of the Stand- CAKES and PASTRIES

School starting at 8 o'clock. ,I s ard Fruit and Steamship Company I ped in every package To see the PRETTY GIFTS Now Offered in 3 Grades,
The affair is being sponsored 1 r I and NOVELTIES at
is due to arrive from New STAR tb 25c
by the .
recreation department of I I of ;
the Key West Administration.1 York tomorrow will take fuel I : THOMPSON'S FREE LARGO, Ib 18c;

Those participating, and the at.the Porter Dock Company Oil'l PRINTINGOur MARINE MUSEUM V. &: S., ft ISc.

bers to be presented follow: sail for Frontera Mexico.BumsteadsWormSyrup. 1
Song by audience- num"j DONE BY US 324 Mar.aret Street Buy It At Your Local

Welcome address-Verdell I Things that your friends will Grocery Store

eon. "I is only ONE way to find out whetheran -THE.- appreciate. Come in and gee

Tap dance-Cecelia Thompson.I! II ELECTRIC'RANGE will do the job you expectof I them. Roasted in Key West by

Solo "I Only Have Eyes For To rMUrm .. **! mt a.erp wh.e. it. That's by testing it with recipes Crab
I/ ItntrttaM are IWtowod.W esewers.. your own Readr-to-Scrre Cake ARTMAN PRESS Your next Lobster DinSTAR COFFEE MILL
You-Willie Mae Albury. rAILK. Iinpit* MBfwttv in your own kitchen. That find out EX- and Pastries will be much more :
seat *f HANTOMV.: It _<.o_ ..H d.s way, you are always fresh! ner
Tap dance-Rohelia Burgophy. I H.by id deb..a.r..mn'. m tft.bottle.M. .t4d. .nrrft ....... ACTLY what an electric range will do under your Maloney' & Peacock Citizen Bid*. if it is baked and served in our 512 Greene Street

Rhumba orchestra. C. .A. Vwvkee*. X. V. rhUodetohki j own system of cooking. i -' Giant Scallop or Heart Sea Phone 256
Dance-Arthur McIntosh and PHONE eta PHONE 5V Shells

Isolina Herrera. The Key West Electric Company .extends.an

Solo and dance "P. SI Love: i invitation to ALL customers to make this testwithout -

You Inez Wallace. I i cost or obligation.
solo-Willie Aus Ii I PRITCHARD
tin. Ii i The Company has such complete confidencein 53$ Flemiar Street

Tap dance-Hermit Saunders. It the performance of the ELECTROMASTER PLAZA RESTAURANT .

Solo "Object Of My Af f ec- i RANGE that it is willing'place a three or four l FUNERAL HOME

tions"-Elsie Cleare. 1 j t burner range in your home on trial for a period of I f you are accustomed to "es 'rt. ",

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