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 13, 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
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System ID: UF00048666:00013
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Associated. Service.Press. Day', Wire Che 1! : '.,, ." ([ Key West Florida...' has th3

For 65 Years Devoted to the ".. e" est ttt3 n I most country equable; with weather an average in the

Best Interests of Key .West range of only 14' Fahrenheit

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i ""> If Republican Politicians) Outlining Plans


Tor r Confront Adnmstraridn n1 .MEMP.msJqENN.. i i PROCEEDINGS SET FOR TOMORROW I! To Evolve New' Party Code Of PrinciplesiNEVARRAY'OF

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lr.4T.lA".I'IJIJ Criminal I court convened this to a judgment of conviction as in I ........................

Supreme Court's Relation:, SOUTHERN ORGANIZATIONS morning with Judge J. Vining a plea of guilty, but does not pre- Neid. Head Of State fire-r Chief Justice Hughes Is
presiding and all court officials ,
clude him from denying the truth
To Senate And House i I : present. Docket for this I ART WORK FOR men' Association Hailed In Some QuartersAs

i i i RANK TO ATTEND MEETING sedition shows that about 30 cases of the charges in a collateral pro .......................

On NRA Issue Causing I I BEGINNING MAY IS :I(, will be called for disposition. ceeding. I I.,. Presidential NomineeIn

I I LU.te a.t W. Z. P. Roberts I i iI I( Pleas of guilty were entered this The judge heard the specifications LOCAL GALLERY i ij

Much SpeculationBy Florida: National Guard morning by defendants in 14 in the matter and asked how j
and Mrs. Robert, announce I I I cases. I long' the prisoner had been con- I Coming Campaign
I the arrival of teeoxl lieutenant By WALTER M. GILMORE I !
a After court was officially declared fined. Upon being advised he i
(Special I. Tae Clfl_.) I! I MRS. WILLIAM R. PORTER ACCEPTS -
HERBERT PLUMMER in the .family. An MEMPHIS 13. open for the May term, had been in jail for 60 days the t :
(0 y A.. etare4 rn--t eight pound son was born at May -Memphis I|Rer. WI. J. Martin of Ley Memorial judge sentenced him to 60 days in; CHAIRMANSHIP OF By HERBERT PLUMMER
the home, 621 Eaton street, will be the mecca of Southern I COy An.rialf>4 Prowl
to. date from
WASHINGTON, May 13.Th.geographical I church, at the invitation jail, sentence
7:10 o'clock Saturday night Baptists this week. More than 5- |i of Judge Harris asked the guidance of arrel t. I; LOCAL GROUP OF WOMEN WASHINGTON, May 13_Tie

location of the su-., Mrs. Robert) and baby) are 000 messengers from the eighteen!!i : of divinity in the procedures Charlie Stirrup, colored, assault: TO HOLD RECEPTION I dissecting opinion of Chief Justice -

pre_ court in relation to the I I I reported doing nicely. states and District of Columbia and a supplication that offenders and battery wa sentenced to 30 i t Hughes in the railroad .
may be taught the ways of the days from date of arrest He has ii: ss. re.I
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included in the I
senate and hoiue of repreteata tirement
righteous and law tibiduig. 1 completed his sentence. act tt immediately
j i!i Mrs. William R. Porter today
., it Southern Baptist ,Convention,,are The, doeket sounded ,after ., GeoriReece'eolored.,- using a
live*,in iho .capital building was i : hai'ed' .in
URGES DfilUBIW expected to itendntbe.t :.eightieth which(it wifc decided.toniold.'ja I. $tita g on a.car*- "ich requircu a!1IcC'ept..J chairmanship of aJ 4 x was some political quarters

.aboHt.Midway between each. I session ,of the ,.convention, ththis conference-between the', 'county: $20 tag was;-released'oh.,his own i r group; of local ;'omeu'/Whowill/ act: : .,;;: in Washington a* qualifying

o For the, next few weeks every I I 'te picipalrauditeriwn., of solicitor; !,,),Judge(" Harriott Acting l'recognnanc8.1' i and>-ordered to se-':> as hostesses>,when ithe' IC.. West! l him for the republican presidential -
one from capital hill to the other ROUT !Lj1ES 11. State tAttawty.'WnUi.JL; i i Malqne,| cure a proper1:tag before using.his j t
end of Pennsylvania avenue will .t511&.r'According IdtY.j who took the oath and .iwas .,aft-' car. i Art Gallery !con
have occasion to think of it. I to .President 3L- pointed. assistanttocountytrsoli-!'I % Arturo. Lujan, charged ,with', next Sunday. to call-'attention to II party goes "liberaL
The reason:. NRA. SANITARY OFFICER'ASKS ALL Dodd Shreveport La., who* will sitar, .attorneys-tfor], .-defend.ants.intheicases .shaving captivity four,,'mourning -1::I : II

Between now and June 1C the TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS give the keynote address edne.-,i I ., againM.. itMeps 1 1I .. doves, contrary law produced ;.I a completely new array of. art i The convene of that picture

three branches of the governmentwill i day afternoon on "The Steward who had refused to allow .em*! b letter showing that since: work: which will be exhibited. would teem to ... that JaMico

be vitally concerned with the AGAINST PESTS ship of Ideas" major emphasiswill I ployes of the state plant board to:, his arrest he had secured permission .I
I I : i In addition to the change of Robert) of Pennsylvania, whoso
to have the birds for scientific
Blue Eagle. It either dies or be placed on Foreign Missionsat I pray trees shrubbery on'I
gets a respite on or' before that,' this session! Dr. J. B. Weather- I their premises. I I and propagation. lie was. exhibit, the reception will serve to HARRY M. BAKER, 1 name has LidMed about i in 1936

date. "Key Westers can help them- spoon; of the Southern Baptist I I As a result of the conference,r' released. :i introduce: Key Westers to the Chief of Local Department Who C. O. P. talk due
The W.r'lt May Be I selves to comfort this summer by Theological Seminary in Louis- it was announced by the bench I Ii I I 1 Randolph Walker, colored obtaining new director of the gallery Stew- Had Key Wed Made Next to previous

While the nine justices of the:, taking every precaution against ville, who is scheduled: to preach II i| that the first case called will be money under false pre-, ard Leonard, who came here directly Convention City affiliation with the liberal wing
i mosquitoes and flies," T. E. Roberts i the convention sermon Thursday I I that of George B. Graham which j!i tenses. The county solicitor ex of the
supreme court were weighing the I sanitary officer with the Key 'morning has just arrived from a i i I,was ret for 10 o'clock tomorrow i plained that Walker had a racket from Washington, at the court, lies read himself) oat

constitutionality of NRA* the:, West Administration, declared to- four months' tour through the r morning. The cases against Joseph' which had been fairly successful, : suggestion; of Edward Bruce FIRE CHIEFGIVESt: .f the race by) joining the COD'.er..tiv.

senate finance committee: against; : Orient on which he visited manyof I I Sawyer Robert Sawyer Herbert!r'until apprehended. He would of- widely known painter who spent t bloc of the court on th->

the expressed wishes of President i day.Flies breed in filth, the sani- the mission stations of the I Weech and Merlin Roberts were!! fer to clean an automobile, get, the season here last winter. REPORT OF STATE 1 i
withdrawn of .stateplant ;!: from the owner to -!!! lame decition.
Roosevelt recommended that the tary officer pointed out. and persons Southern Baptist Convention.Dr. : on request money purchase The reception will start lit 2 p.
extension)i in Key West can help a great J. H. Rushbrooke London.I; board officers. I: : cleaning agents and then m.. and continue to 6 o'clock in'' ASSN. CONVENTION! It sears fairly certain tn\\".
Blue be
Eagle an deal to reduce the number of flies I general, secretary of the Baptist I I I: Pleas of guilty. were entered itlj:: disappear. He was sentenced to. the afternoon. Mrs. Porter is see to those
of only 10 months.If j! ever pofttmana l'ho
if they will keep their premises World Alliance. and Dr. Geo. the following cases: 160 days in jail. 30 of which have letting other members of the hostess -: :
the' -
that view is reflected in have studied the
clean. Truett. Dallas president of W.I, Odilio Vela ud and Marco'Chavez :: been served as sentence dated teat of the
group who will serve with
senate as a whole politicians here! "Disease-carrying mosquitoes do I Alliance will speak the first evening -!'. breaking and entering and' from date of his arrest, on April her. Refreshments will be served ASSURED THAT LARGE NUM. Hughes decision that it will bt-
and I I II
foresee a rather strange per not fly far from their breeding I of the convention concerning taking a bicycle and radio set I 13. during the :afternoon it was an-' revived! at repoMiean sections''
weird time for everyon'e con-. BER WILL ATTEND NEXT
haps ; from the Stowers Music Com Jchn winters colored assault .
places. They come from the religious needs and outlook of j I nounced. meeting now in the offing.
nected with the proposition. They terbarrels, tin cans, tin rain-wa-J the world. pany. Sentence will be imposed,and battery on the person of his The new exhibit, will include a I ANNUAL MEETING TO BEHELD The* of these .
figure it out this way: flower vases, saggy roof gutters The report of the Baptist Sunday -;i later. :1 t wife. Asked by the judge; if he number of photographs taken: by sponsors me"In;:

If the senate sustains the res-,' and anything'' that retains wa-j J School Board, Nashville\ will : Milton Russell and James Ed- used. a stick bigger than his thumb Donald Corlcy which: deal: with the !1 I IN KEY WEST i I have saM I flatly ho geestion o'
olution of Senator Clark of Missouri wards colored entering and : he replied he used nothing but his nominations will
ter. \I attract much interest. Dr. I. J.I petty unique architecture of Ker West. 1 bt permitted i h
(extending NRA for only!:, "There will f i Van has been larceny. Nine.months in county{]!r fitit. Sentenced to 30 days of .iAterfertU isria..eftla ,
be no mosquitoes in i Ness, who connect-1, :;ThJ pbotoJPra; ,>h:, re.djlJla.w1; at a,'"' ;, : # \\oj
..nej3JthJj he-.JPreisideni, t will..be Key 'WeKtktMBummer, if every].ed'with' the board for the past j jail at hard labor, to dale'from'which", three halve been "served.v v I I a recent meeting of the Key Ww't thief Harry M L: 'n'ir" the. evolve a new party code of -
itT More pincrples.
Up against specificallly,: one' will do his or her part in'; thirty 1 five years half of this timeas day of arrel t. They have been in John Cranshaw, assault and Hospitality League, and also at a Key Wen Fire"; Department, who: .
he will be fighting against time. eliminating breeding places" Mr. editorial secretary and the latter "! jail 30 days j I: battery sentenced to_ 30 days in meeting: of the Woman's Club. was ettendingg te convention of
lie has assurances from the lead-, Roberta concluded. i i half as executive ''secretary-t George D. McCoy driving an' jail dating from day of arrest. They drew a great deal of praise I 'If He Were Yo.nfr-'

ers of the house that they will' iI I treasurer. will make his final report -' automobile while intoxicated, 30' lie has been in prison 45 days. from those who aw them forth the Florida Firemen's Association I i' As a matter of practical ;p""i.

stand back of him if l he insists rince he is retiring from the days in Jail to date from time of; George Ames forgery of five ir clear and srtUUc presentation i in St. Augustine returned over,. tics, however, they know that |I''-r

that NRA be extended for two: TENDER IVY !i i iI board in June. Dr. T. L. Hoi- ; arrest. Has been confined 27 I checks amounting: to more' than of subject matter. Water eolor -:' the highway yesterday with Mrs. i I conal leadership j M the gre.il I

years. sf comb. Oklahoma City, who recently days I I $200. Six months in jail dating !*. etchings, and two handpainted Baker aid daughter' Ruth Marie |;
The senate, however when the f!I PORT the t Armando Rivero Jose Aralo; from date of arrest March 24. I! force in shaping party destiny.
LEAVES accepted position as executive oils the latter done by Wil- who left i
Friday tr join chief
measure goes to conference, will t i secretary-treasure, succeeding Evelio Quesada and Felo A"..1":1]I' Following are jurors, whose liam Hoffman will also be included ; thy )i Consider William Jenmi-s:
in Miami \i
be adamant in its stand. Senate tf,i I Dr. Van Ness, will be presented to entering and stealing four cases! i! names were drawn from the box in the exhibit I!, Bryan in 1806. It was the nan

conferees will deadlock the conference -f the convention by Dr. W. F. Powell of extracts from Nestor Recio.j to serve at the session: j i I When the new exhibit M planed ,I Asked if there was any opposition I who made the issue then and not

until the President, to LIGHTHOUSE VESSEL GOES Nashville, president of the value about $J2, Three ],, Regular venire: Ernest W. Rob It. will be fie first ehowioj of oil to the naming of Key Wert '
the the The
: man. same wa
save NRA from complete oblivion TO TAMPA BAY TO REPLACE board. i defendants are 15 and one 13': ert. Roscoe Robert., John W.;,''J printing" done by the .group of /'', the next city in which to hold |f
will be forced to advise house con- ] According to statistics recently years. Released in the custody;I Pmder. Everett R. R'vas, Merville'E. '' artrto who came here with the the annual convention a" rhwn ,: true with Theodore Roosevelt 1'1191Z.

forces to yield. I[ BUOY released by Dr. F.. P. Allredge, of their guardian, (Q. Rivcro and';I .. Uoham. Millard B. Gibron.j: : Florida Emergency Relief Admin- in an Associated Press despatch ,, the results of which M> olvioualy >-

Those who reason thusly base J rtatirtica] secretary of the convention charged by the judge to be better!I Charles: H. Kctchnm_ Ira Finder. i'tration. to a;.1 in the develop- to The Citizen on May 8, Chief are the underlying can -a:

their belief on the knowledgethat I. Texas this year lead all boys and grow up to be good Vernon Hicks, Oscar Cruz AI I If ,;< ment of cultural Key We< t. !! Baker sad: that while other cities !,I of this wave of western party reorganization
a lot of administration senators I I Lighthouse Tender Ivy sailed i states of the Union in the number I citizens. '1 f I bert DiNegre.<< Jr., MUIman; J... The new gallery director Ins': v ere bidding for it. the majority.I

have no love for NRA and last night for Tampa Bay to replace of Baptists. For forty-five years I I J. W. Williams, colcred. va4lrancy -!]I Pinder. lectured extensively at the Chicago ::. of the members present.! more If Charles activity Evans: Hughes now.
will stick: by the Clark resolutionas Egmont Channel Buoy No. I or more Georgia has held this dis received a sentence of 30 i Special venirr: Eugene: R. AlI -,: Art Institute. He is a graduate than! 300, were all in favor of Key I he'll be 74
than ( in
the best way out of their s I i 8. While in that vicinity the Ivy j jwill f tinction. According to Dr. All- lays in jail to date front day oft bury. Jr.. William O. Skclton.;; of the University of Chicago, West 1936)younger) it might be a different
troubles both with conscienceand : load material from the Ten dredge. there were at the close of arrest which was April 18. Norman Baker Frank del Villas, and for the post several month 1,i Practically the Fame opinion I b"
I story. If ultimate the issue -
constituents. I I der Poppy to be used in constructing 1934. 926.725 Baptists in Texas I T. E. Brooks charged' with obtaining Tony Gandolfo, William Sands, has been connected with the sure .I prevailed among the members in tween conservatism and libetaitMi,

The Precedent' 'Out' a working platform for erection I including both 'hite and colored. room" and hoard at a I F. F. Hoffman, Aaron pin. Wm.jiE l.ey J l ; of historical American buildings : the matter of selecting n president is to reach a crisis in the
j for
Mr. Roosevelt if the well-' of Pulaski Shoals light and Therewere 915.000 in Ge.a"i} Tv tel .with intent, to defraud. En-i', 'N Urt. Abelardn' felpet. Her-! :' i \}\n Illinois. the coming year. There were'! attitude and '
i Hughes' poii,
!'I 'I with Carolina third 'Svith a .I nihnHBethel*. fil'l'%o' toi'rrVJ'.owv' :several napscs.in nomination but!
return. North of
known "Roosevelt luck" holds : Jterc'd ..rl8l! ,nolq! contender.I 1 tieal in view of ins rtmSMtently
history -
has an out. It all depends on 1 The Poppy, which haS been 'constructing -, 750,000.- -the number i inT.as, .t''jo opts\ h.;to.roiiUmLiThid is i t Ha'.iltcf't'' .''Wnihn",(" :; ;j jr FERA WORKERS. : : when th ttnam.ft f of the Key W>.'tirhjrf ', hberal record since 't.-

whether the supreme court hands! range lights'in the vicinity : 599.7 JlU: I lioft,f t p.;;,a plea by; .the defendant..I in''I apt r nIIi"An..iry.\ ''Jo1t s'ji a'n! 'I::;:! \ ; ,r the was 'placed in nomination and i returned to the supreme -ev.itt: t,

down a decision f Jfvorable to.NRA of Tampa, is expected to eom.-j i fist ( e t ).j crinij ial prosecution! 'Wbil'--wlt -i I I RIVIM.JRafael '.E., :>''1iiz: ,Io''B., ;',,, .i.:[ .' Mr. J3akcr/vas other nominees elected withdrew acclanrsi. i: conceivably could make of him a
JunL by
.It before June 16. I plete the work this week' '.4 YrJ ;I de'S fig-I> out admitting guilt subjects.him i j'BietJKool4f )1. ,! J" I ENJQY'ftSaING,,! )(* -1 I figure arotjnd which the prwrr**,;-

With a favorable court decision in Key West early next week. E'PlI 60 chuch: ,. --- --.:. ._ '- | :, I ,'r ..ft'w :, .' "..fJCQIVll*) :".;! 'i.-; l on' was one of the I sive element of the repuWfchn
behind him the President would I i Tender Poinciana was taken o'ut:. es Southern''' ::. ,, could rally.
j roost int':'J'e'tin: be ever attended party
have a powerful weapon in his, on drydock: thiS morning' to undergo Baptist Convention. with a membership ;,FCONSflLIDA7Ic0TOF ': '
JO CHANGEWFERRY LARGE NUMBER OF DIFFERENT .: raid 1 Chief Baker, and! many new Like Helmet
hands. That and the backing of overhaul, repairs and painting.AUXILIARY of 4,277,052. ', j I,
jI ideas advanced in the inter-
So far as his narrow -irrl-: of
the house would enable him to; I VARIETIES ARE
1 : i cU of the departments throughout -
intimates in Washington know.
ate hold and the probably whip hand force over that the.bodyto pen- BOAT LOUIS DION IS SAILINGS BROUGHT IN the state some of which will however. Hughes definitely pit

be nut into effect in Key West. all political aspiration behind i
his way of thinking. f! i Before leaving Tt Augustine: I him wh n he beeasae Chief J'1! <'
Senate strategists"; however. COMES TO PORT GIVEN POSITION DAVIS RENEWS PART. ; he was araure.l| that thre would
: DEPARTURE FROM TWO SLIPSi Eight members of the FERA I I tice.: He gave; up a highly l lucmtv:
have it doped out that in the end
be from the different
large contingent -
: administrative forces ,and Louis flaw I practice to return to the supreme -
Mr. Roosevelt will be forced to I i TO BE AN HOUR EARLIER cities visit Key West for
I i I I bench.
accept the Clark resolution that; Auxiliary Schooner Lord Jim BEGINNING WEDNESDAY I' i i: Cruickshank. of the Key West;
] Louis Dion son of Mr. and, GRAY the 1936 convention. I! They declare! that he voluntarily: !
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it's either that or nothing. with owner Paul Nevin and Mrs.1I 'l Electric: company, were out fishing; ( .
i I I Mrs. Fred Dion has been given i ___ I i. yesterday and their success was baa entered the final phase -f i
!I Nevin on board arrived yesterdayfrom i,. an appointment with the Agriculture i II I, i notable career.' As Chief Ju-tir"
:I after cruise each as to inspire them with a desire STR. CUBA HAS I I
Port a ;
Antonio of the
Adjustment Administration The hour for departure he .building monument h'
LODGE DELEtATESLEAVING ''of several wionths in the C.rib-I Allan Davis of Miami noted to go fishing whenever opportunity : a

bean Sea aiW West Indian waters.'!,: in Washington. A telegram' ferries on the Oversea Highwaywas I Ii taxidermist, has been visiting his. offers. : 108 PASSENGERS I'! would like most to have erected.
to this effect was received today.;i 'to his
1 i From the time lines were cart memory.
During t eir -voyaging Mr. and. former partner Cecil Gray for a'
TUESDAY: I I Two,years ago Mr. Dion passedthe ,, made an hour earlier, err until tired arms and aching hands With the extraordinary *Hh',itr-s
i I Mrs. Nevi visited the Martinique I civil service examination j;i c-I week helping to get out the large made it neeeesary to stop the to the memory of the late Justice
; St. J ucia, SL Thomas Leeward t tive Wednesday, May 15, it '! .I
bl' ndsti Barbadoes and I qualifying him for the position.': quantity of work which Mr. Gray' member cf the party were kept, Steamship Cuba sailed for Kara Oliver Wendell Heine, the great

GREAT COUNCIL OF RED MEN I i He is now a student at Spring, announced today by the Key West has on hand busy. After i it was decided to na. Saturday afternoon with 9* dissenter in bin day stiff' fre<, m
Santo Do ingo r' Hill College in Mobile. Ala., fend: Mr. Davis, who is an enthu..ias-'' stop and call it a day, a count of first class passengers, 12 second men's ears. Hughes' dissent in the
vin left the vessel at
TO HOLD MEETING IN Mrs N ';i will leave there 22 to be in'''Administration 1 which has chargeof railroad retirement act bo
i to to the hGme" in tic fisherman, was ,so delightedwith the catch showed 350 fish f ill:' classoix tons .f freight three may

PALATKA. !,. Darien.Key West Co necticut go: and the ves.sel I Washington and ready to take up the operation of the ferries. Key West and business pros-:;' kind, including many of the! .automobiles and 427.necks: of mvL the beginning of a like era in
fo the north to- his duties on May -24.EVANGELIST peels here, that he in the immediate choicer: fish such 81 yellowtail, Ferry Palma arrived from I court history.
will It ve >
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-- I The earlier hour was approved I II future will move to Key grouper, liiickertl and ssiappet.t Cuba with 18 carloads of pineap- -- ------

C. C. sachem morrow. I I TO tat I the.request of, Norberg Thomp- West with his wife and family In the"lparty'wero-'AI: ManacyV plea, 11.981 'er>!ttfy. laid, yine. miscellaneous -. .-y'
Symoqette. great 1 1I ',: superintendent of the ferry., and renew his partnership with Jack Engelburt, John Ccrdell.' carsSteamship r I
of Florida of the Order ANNOUNCEMENTExtra
> Improved MANY VISITORS 'I Mr. Gray, ..-he.lias been so successful Louis Cruickshank. Harry Dongo.: Alamo of the Clyde-
of Red Men, accompanied by Mrs. system. j i (
HOLD SERVICES !! in obtaining fish mounting J. Jones, Ray Curry, Ivadoreweintraug Mallory Lines arrived yesterday:
Sjmonette. and Frank O. Roberta Beginning Wednesday, the fer- Gospel
I work: and whose work has Leroy Hankinson and afternoon 1:30 o'clock from New! Meetings
leave great tomorrow aannap of the order, will! A SUNDAY.I I ry will leave No Name Key on the!given such thorough satisfaction, Captain, Harold Key York with heavy shipments for ;j Tuetdav. Wednesday andThursday .

highway; for a trip morning np: ;th over* tate the i i Evangelist James S. Hall will '. northbound trip at 8 a. nu, and 1,i that his business is increasing; i iIW Key West and sailed 4:45 o'clock]j at

where they will visit different With the a/7'rival of the morning conduct special meetings on Tues Lower Matecumbe on the southbound -'daily and who will take up permanent OLD TESTAMENT \ for Tampa. j I

lodges; They will finally Ko to : train vest rd'-v there were 23Z I I day. Wednesday and Thursday trip at 1 p. m. This will]! residence here.Persona 1 1ASIITABULA. Yacht Sinbar, with owner E. M. 1 1124 Southard Street

Palatka to attend the Great Conn.' visitors to Kfcy Weft many of#, evenings of each week at 1127 Motorists an additional 1 hoar interested are always O_A Latin Belcher, of the Belcher Oil com- j Cordial invitation extended >
welcome at the Gray and Davis of the New Testament printed parry and party on board arrived i
nil meeting to be held there beginning them eomin for the first time. Southard street. copy
Tuesday morning. While mct of them left on the i I On Tuesday evening his subject of daylight m making through j' Shop 624 Front street where Mr., in 1487- is the possession of this morning from Miami and wu;, to aJLJAMES

Other cities included: in the itinerary return trin/i yesterday afternoon I I will be "God's Great Chain." trips northward and will make Gray can be seen mounting the the Rev. L. (O. Benie. pastor of I to ail this afternoon for a cruise j S. ALLWAGNER'S

will be Miami, Fort Myers quite a nflrnber remained over and!I and an invitation is extended all it possible for them to reach Key!1 many sailfish and tarpon which]First English. Lutheran. church in of several day in the waters adjacent -I. I

and Tampa. I'will dept/ this afternoon. 1! to attend these services. West before dark. he has still to get ou maylS-lt] this city. ? >. to Tortagas




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1 O\DAY, MAY 13, 1G33.Publlb .

THE SUICIDE BRIGADE ...eeeeeee..e a a.a..a a a a...e....a..... .. ...... .. ... : .....
iltti _: _.C ;ta; J! 1 II planning to leave for the encamp'
4 ment. ;
'On The KEY WEST1N day's Horoscope
!: Sandal ByTUB'CmKHN '" Honesty Spot'From
d Dally PBBUSaiHO zeept .CO. MC.U There seem to be'a good many people I II DAYSGONE I Editorial Comment: Ability ... ....................
Y tOi
.*. ARTMAN' PmUMt..From I in this country who don't care much for :save money is a test of character.1 1I I:I ine past week has shown some
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Tli* CUi. building living but who would be the first to beI Happening Her Just 10 Yaari i ---- I[d/CHled!) uncomfortable tenden-

Corner OretaI and Ana StreetslAly aghast if you accused them of it. For no x I Ago The Today Files Of At The Taken Citicea From I! The Citizen has been requested i 11 i Aes: but they now are passing! : by.
to the of l
Dally newspaper. Ja Key W"tand.iloaroe reason at all, they are constantly and : announce 'engagement !: T ie diligence> of the person born
Miss Florence E. Mackie of 906
County. I II
cheerfully risking their necks-and I I ,1 1I f today ",-generally be rewarded
.at.r.d.at Ky Weat.Florldauaecond Alts* malt* yours. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Self of Mar-I I Georgia to Noel) L. Solo-
This group of citizens--who total hun- .h'K i I tinsville announce the engagement I mon. The wedding! will be sot-\:witn a measure o' success There
FlWTT-a1XTJl TEAR emnized in the First Methodist .much evidence of thri't and in-
dreds of thousands-constitutes reckless and :approaching marriage;
our I church on.June 30. j i du+ which ,,El. friends
Member .t ta* Aaadat Free of their daughter,Miss Julia Self try attract
_Lj Aoelated Preaa la '.xclalvel7entitled to oe : ignorant and irresponsible motorists. to Leroy Black.ell, ,of this city. and[i fortune.
of all dipatche: credited toIt i
.r or republication DOt otierwlBe credited In tnls paper. and. all Consciously or unconsciously possessed::: : of i it The wedding date has been act for. In the last 12 years 67,000;; I

the-local M nI published.liere. ,the idea 'that their: abilities.are. not second June 30 arid the redding will doat .new acres have gone; into strawberry BENJAMIN LOPEZ
the home of the parents of the production the consumers' FUNERAL HOME
to.those of the daredevils of the
NATIONAL EDITORIAL) ) race bride. Mis;Self is a member, of guide of AAA report. Americans -CUl>li.lM d 49 Year I "
( 66 ASSOCIATION tracks, they make a practice of driving e the faculty of the Monroe county I r consumed l 318.336.000 quarts of Key West* Oldest
.e.c.1935 faster than the law allows, even though .i I high school. Mr. Cla wen is chief!I I strawberries in 1934. 24-lo r A.O>.| DC. Service

SUBSCRIPTION MATES .' they are going nowhere in particular and clerk to the commandant at the i.,i Liceued Embalmer I
..... Tsar .>)1/.N.. naval station. Subscribe to The Citizen. P..*. 135 Nicbt .U6-W
Fit MO.tbs 1\. have all the time in the world to get there.
2.1. I --- I II 1-------
'Neckl",lore.... ?to.t4 Month.............. .It-. They weave in and out of traffic-if they 14utti ii I Troop 3, girl scouts of Key t ---- ------ -- --- .(

waited until the roadway was clear for l \\"e>;t. will leave here on June 17I I 1!

Made known ADVERTISING on application4u RATES passing they'd lose a precious second or I to attend a regular girl scout camp TRY
at Eu'tis. Fla. This will be theI BEFORE YOU BUY
> CIAli NOTlCIt so. They drive on the wrong side of the : :
All reading notice, card of thank, rasolutloaft I tint opportunity the troop has had
:*rpect. rltltuarr notice, etc, will be cbarced for atJ. road. They have a contempt for traffic to attend such,a camp,and they! 1
: rate of : cent a Una. I
vo.lffn for entertainment by ehurcn from.wblckt lights and signals, which were obviously are looking forward to the trip
rrwirue U to b. derived are S cent a line. with pleasure. Mrs. George F.i free for Three
1b.of clila public a limes In an open and ubjact forum and of local Invite or ,generalitr c1'IIOD '-- created for less gifted mortals. They laughat I Archer, scoutmistress of this troop, Monthsi

..t. but it will not.publish fenonrmou commual* the rumored perils of hills and curves, 'was given a pleasant surprise i
utlon* .and take extreme pleasure in passing on Tuesday when members of the Owl I

_.. Patrol called upon her and a very I
them. When their brakes bad and
go time"was )
had the
enjoyable by ,
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN their steering and lighting systems falter, gathering. I I I

they put off repairs until some .distant to The Miami Daily News, May 11, 193>. I I c a.p ca_ ;l

WILL always seek the truth and print it morrow-they'll certainly be able to get Mrs.: George W: Allen' daughter : !.
whhQut _. ., Miss Lflla Allen, and her son.t
feieaxj and without favor; never be bY'1uJttiHhenwithout: mishap And 'it - ._-.. .
a so .
: -r. --
.ip-law'and daughter: Dr. and Mr;I i '
afraid:-r toattacJc, wrong or to applaud. right; .goes, down the' entire :i tpt, iyacts, of ,cons I rWin'! R. Wan-... :Are planning a.!

always':fight! for progress; never be the organ ;mission and omission than. cause our toll IT I: : TODAY'S wEAdtIwkA1 1 U ;; '. ( in the north. "Mrs: ; ;Allenand .f > r f k kI kI ]
,,I' Miss Allen will l leaVe Monday i
or the mouthpiece of any person clique 'of 35,000 automobile 'deaths; "'per year.; l [
and( the following week the doctor \
faction or class; always do its utmost for the The rest of us wouldn't have any"kjckcoming 1 t and Mrs.\ Warren" will leave.They .t }!! 1i 1-, \

public welfare; never tolerate corruption or if the suicide brigade risked their Temperatures'highest I rstorm3 in portions-of the central will visit in Fast Aurora. I

injustice denounce vice and virtue 'o.wn, ...... ..............................S9( ) Plains States, the lower Mis- New York and afterwards' po" to I u I
; praise ; lives only-that, after all, would be Lowest ......... .......................... ..11: 'souri, upper Mississippi and Ohio Niagara Falls. I \

commend good done by individual or organ. their prerogative. But they menace us. as Mean ..._ -- ... -. -.. .-.-. ... .-"H I 1' Valleys, Lake region. and middle i There In only ONE! to find out whether ,

ication; tolerant of others' rights, views and well-menace everyone and everything Normal Mean ...... .... ..............79 Atlantic States and local shower: a :Mr. and Mrs Stephen F. Lowe ELECTRIC RANGE will way do the job expect
| in southern Louisiana and "we t- I
opinions; print only news that will elevate which uses the streets and highways. The Rainfall: ltrn I Florida the heaviest rainfall entertained their the home choir last of St. PanlNchurch .' of it. That's by testing it with your own recipes, 1\
and not contaminate the reader; never compromise innocent suffer along with the guilty- Yfterday's Precipitation .Or Ins. being 1.10 inches at New Orleans. was decided at to formally organize : in your own kitchen. That way, you find out EXACTLY 1an

with principle.SIDELIGHTS. Normal Precipitation .11 Ins.I La. Temperatures have fallen I what an electric range will do under your
: and, unless these drivers are curbed, each the choir and call it St. Paul'sChoir
Thin rrroril. ........ :.-....r rrrl'4 somewhat throughout most of the Guild. Officers elected were i own system of cooking. i I ik
of us runs: an excellent chance of being ....IIIIK lit 8 .'clock this .....ala&. central and northern Plaint States
LeRoy Blackwell. president; Sam The West Electric extends f
Key Company an
eventually numbered among the victims of Tomorrow. Almanac and Rocky Mountain region, and .
j Goldsmith: vice :.In
president; ; withI I
invitation to ALL customers to make this test
the suicide brigade. Sun rises -..... ...m 543 a. m. are near freezing this morning. I'f Eeulah Kitehin. secretary; E<1-I j jI 1
out cost obligation.
Sun sets __.:...........__..... 7 03 p. m. Montana; while readings are" ,gen- round Curry, treasurer:: I I or
Moon rises .__............. 3:51 p. m. !i .erallv near or above normal) in I The Company has such complete confidence }t

SUCCESS ENVY AND MONEY Moon sets ..._...._....... 3:00 a. m. 'jeasterm and southern districts. President Gerardo' Machado.t I in the performance of the ELECTRO IASTElti
By MARCY B. DARNALL. Tomorrow' Tides president-elect o" Cuba has extended i t RANGE that it is willing to ,place a three or four
r I Official in Charge. an invitation to Boy Scouts: i J burner in home trial for period of
Former Editor of HM Kay West Ciluea One of the strangest phenomena of A.M. P.M. range your on a I
America, in West,
human nature is the trait that impels some High .....__........._ 6:59 8:00 I.......................: to be guests residing of! Cuba.at Key his inauguration -t I three months without any obligation on your part. I

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Jazz drummers are subject to a form people to envy a successful person. We Low 123-J 1-40 t Today In History which will be held in Havana -I At the end.oftthe-trial period you pay uo only \
of partial paralysis, according to a medical have seen evidences of this spirit in Key Barometer Sea level" 29.97.at 8 a. m. today: on May 20. Plans have been ; I .$1.25 or $1.75 per month ;l
made for the Loys to leave for
authority. Some hardhearted persons West and elsewhere.It I 1.------- Havana May 19 on the U. S. S. SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN

probably would be unsympathetic if the would seem that mankind would WEATHER FORECAST Enplish-Rpealung colon in the New Eaypring the day preceding the I I
I ,. World, settled. inaugural event. ,Electric Service-The More You User
paralysis were complete. respect a man who succeeds in the tasks .!"")lTi *, p. m., Tuesday" ) I

he undertakes because, as a rule it requires Key West and Vicinity: Gener- I Fifteenth anneal reunion of r !I The Lower The Rate'
hard work and energy and other j 178'J-Officers of the Canton- United Fpanish War Veterans will

Seldom are mothers referred l to in a good qualities to be successful. That less I fin wan !! IB cut of the American Army,-en.t ., convene at West Palm Beach on'I I :

flippant manner, but a Toronto bakery dis- i:ill 1 camped on the Hudson! met ,at i Monday. May 18, and (continue r I The Key West Electric Company
fortunate people like to see failure follow
Maj. Gen. Baron de Steuben'squarters !
regards sentiment and tradition by displaying I for three days. Members of B. II.,I I
triumph and watch with greedy eyes the ski to found Order ofthe McCalla Camp 5, Key West, are
this sign "Pie like mother used '
: ;
,apparent downfall of a high standard i Hit i i ii N w#? ; Cincinnati. Ii ., -- .--
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to make, 6 cents; pie like mother tried to ;
*. seems, one of the unfavorable commentaries I -.
make, 12 cents. { t r '! I .IIIII.ilTIII"II..

on present day life. kG 1: )1 .,. Cook 1835-Died, widow of, aged Capt.; 94.James Elizabeth Cook,I I ,......................................................................'..

While we deplore this existing anti- famed British circumnavigator, ..

A snake serum recently discovered bya pathy to well-to-do and successful peoplewe Fair ,whom she survived: 55 years ago.I "...

Brazilian scientist is said to have provedto realize that it has its foundations in .

be an effective antidote for bites of the the current, popular belief that much success ally fair tonight and Tuesday; 1857-Dedication exercises of I

deadliest reptiles, including the rattle- is ill-gotten and rests upon laurels unfairly gentle Florida variable: Generally winds.fair tonight'I the Michigan State Agricultural I I
;! College; first state agricultural
''snake, cobra, moccasin and copperhead.Some won. The judgment of the average and Tuesday except possibly scattered college in country.1914Wanamaker. .

day science may find an antidote for man and woman does not rest entirely up- thundershowers Tuesday aft!' SPECIALROOFINGA
ernoon in north
bootleg whisky. on the height of the bank balance but also Jacksonville extreme to Florida portion.Straits: '! store in New

takes into consideration the verdict of society Gentle variable winds and generally York talked with one in Philadel- '

upon the methods of the man who has fair weather tonight and'', phia by radio. ..a:

Jurgis Skinderis, aged 104, who recently ):uesday. a.. .
accumulated a '
competence. ,
arrived from Lithuania to visit his liVe a a4"'Gii t Gentle east south-. ] 11934 i :
-Catholic churches
\ would nofcliaVe the people : in
son. a policeman and American war veteran young f2foi :Peru closed for 24 hours in protest -:
West who read this to belie.y thjit i" :: ,
of Key
in New York, likes Gotham-'so well the dollars amassed are the sYm o +.q l= .AktFiR.) CONDITION I_ of divorce law. ti-: '., SAT: E; .; ;.. :

that he will settle there permanently! if ..! '1:. .. I
the immigration authorities will lei! him. success. While very often ; i'f __ h eraleIY tow this.prof j' KEY WESTCOLONIAL I : -. i ; :: -

'"' . regard is based upon the fiCkJt .- ;IJti\ i'is. Grande Val-1 l r I HOTEL .: _'''/': ;o'. .. .. ,: ;e:, .

'Bank balance there are ,:o iiASt .! rftmoid. "vrth! f : .' '" is

A telephone operator's error cost a spect and attitudes of evident; 11ttf< ***4tifbaneccentral ovec northern 1 In the Center of the Business '. h r, o.
Texa&,.A&bilene, 59.74 inches !i ,..
Dallas woman batch of home brew anda men only through lives of service to and moderately high over south-' and Theater District : :

$25 fine. Attempting to call a hard others. These are not to be won, by the eastern districts. .Jacksonville First' Cla *-Fireproof-

ware store to order a supply of bottle dollar-miser with all his bags of wealth. Fla., 30.06 inches, and a strong : Sensible Rale 75 Lbs.: Carey :Standar.d Slate |
high; pressure area H moving in
caps, the lady was inadvertently: connected : .
over the DakotJs, WiHiston, N. D COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
with police headquarters. When she told ABOUT TIGHTWADS 30.34 inches. Rains have occurred' : Surfaced Roofing Red or,Green \\

what she wanted she got cops instead of -- since yesterday morning ,through-; I' Carafe Elevator) ,
Mountain and ..
most of the Rocky: -
caps. West will be built the Popular PrUe t
Key never by
Plateau regions! showers and thun- :
Regular Price &
donations of tightwads. $2.7.5
---- -- -- I ,
Patrons" of some German theatres are When we say that we have no intention ,

furnished, a mechanical device with whichto of saying that it is the duty of any : :

applaud thus ,saving wear and tear on man, rich or poor. to .contribute money-to I I :

their hands. The equipment will nt\ be causes in accordance with the public Important 't.., .,. .. 25 :,

entirely! complete, however,*untiLafr.ssiug pectatiom Wha aotnan! does with X..1 ., .', -, $2 .
-...... .-- ...
attachment U provided. *N- hon tlY and:legally! .cquired i :Is
\ matter in -\vhfch public committee. has I J : : .
light dictatl.( ( ; ': ri I : :
any ; ; ,
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Fair is Missouri the of First and .,,: "
warning given concerning redemption
by a ; .
However ,:,.:\.town:mustsJiavegeneroui, i I .. ,
farmer who this Ills Fourth Loan .Bonds -have been ", ,
displays: sign on Liberty is i x .
and in its in-order to -
men women ml go S'r.
,fence "If woman's ma.de the this : >. ",.- ." .
: any man'3 or oxenor : by treasury. Department : .. :
ahead. The name has been
; I .. : .
crows gets in these here oats, his or her week. : .:
set aside for those who do not prefer to ..
'tail will be cut off, as the case. may be." \\t .. ;. .
chip in on a popular movement. The .

choice is with the individual, who has the We would be pleased to have you r :

A home-made protective device which right to decide. If he or she wishes to I consult 'us I! .South o..i Cwrtractfflg' & Engineering |

really worked is reported from New Orleans keep what he or she has'without thinkingof .. .

where W. J. Pen-ins rigged up a the public, they have that undisputed \
1 I : h&nf' 598 .WKte sal Eliza Streets ::
contraption to shoot any burglar who right, but then it is humorous for themto THE FIRST 'NATIONAL BANKOF ;] 1 ..-

might invade his office. It went off AS intended object when the rebuffed public good E :
I WEST Tour dome; 'wortAv of the best" i
and killed John Basile an.ex-con -recoils.and "tightway"" label is appliedto u .
vict, while in the act of rifling a desk. them. ..
Member of the Federal Reserve ..
i More such apparatus kills Who is West's outstanding tight:: .
s frequently an Key ......................................... ..............................
its inventor. wad?
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::c TNOrLDzJ.ftt.aaoaraae*... w. ...Aia with white collars and cuffs, reading : .....s.......................sass............e..e I
OHM /r f* - - - - ----
...,.,., -/.... Bii4 CKa .. New'tT.a..rd. her Bible. -------------------------1 1I The second: boxing lesson" to be
*. BUort ....MH,.tr4. Jen. .... "Auntie.:' I'M come borne!.to atay. ,I A few notes picked up around,, They-don.t dare him or .he'll
.*. were .twat *raarr Now k. 'the n.ig bcrhood. Some of these I work them given 'amateurs in the colored
: overtime the next afternoon
..<*. 4k... M(* r. .TVM *t efts a. were ,James first ,words. 'Mease j -
aall. u... caa.nct, rd Jo._ don't ask me,what happened I cant notes you will find "sour" some !I they are in a hurry..Ever-1 classes :will.be conducted: this afternoon -
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te t i key ( *er titter t kl ''
.. bear talk about will be very awed and some might :'ett Perpall admits that that 'line
:; ttrralal ( -.o mta Ia. the about w.Aertelt.er ice .fur.4perarwa going away again-if you and Aunt -- be"off key just a little bit. But drive didn't hurt but I bet he has near the Douglass High School
'. Lou have to be quite musicianif his shin that looks like I Ii
Jan* krooerflleal hiker want me. I you a i a bump on
QANTSDEFEAT i iI } 1!:t CUBAN CLUB' you stay on the key all the a watermelon.One The .boxing instructions are being -

;Chapter 43 II/ANT him? Kant him? .Miss DIAIflONDBALLI I time' i I. sponsored by the recreation

*_' Sarah .bent over James -and of Berlin department of the Key West Ad
1 Sawyer's custom
HOMECOMINGJAME8 kissed I him with trembling 11pL.She i( PIRATE WITH if i jr !,I. ;I! LOSES'GAME I Some people want to know whoit I! ers nearly had one ear cut off by ,;ministration. They were started
ran the entire two miles asked no questions instead she. last Friday when 25 young students -
j was that Russell Kerr was ex- ; a razor Berlin forgot and was I II
from the-housaal Oak.and North drew.his bat herself, made his be'bed i f r TIMELY: ;HITTING: i I pecting on the ,train one day last ,I showing another customer how he paticipated..
afresh and insisted that get
fifth.to UM Mansion-.his disordered back into It. She piled pillows high 1 I .(By JOVE) |t SHUTOUT BY PICKED TEAM week. He was supposed! to be play-:!I nearly made a hole-in-one. en number
4roagiaaUon Jt emed that behind J 1D.'wOuPtblm.a.KAnsasCity i I, --.- There will be two games of! ing number three hole but was-t i four green- GAMES: \ TODAY
AT NAVY FIELD YESTER- off on' the railroad track lookingup
Jan was Just'behind.him. *sort of morning jpaper.aralled np the j PARMELEE CARRIES HIS OUT')l*ofeball. played in the Social I' I
disembodied Jane all Blaring eye' blinds.to.last the,proper angle for i'I 'League: todaIn the openings i .DAYAFTERNOONBy, and down. Let us hope be]I All the sissies won't have any AMERICAN LEAGUE
reading:and:departed._ FIT TO'VICTORYIN ALLOW- I It aw-whatever was interesting. thing to complain of now on number Philadelphia at Chicago.
and clutching contest the Administration will
predatory bands. t
The door was letL ail opened and three because the bunkers are I II
I .Boston at St. Louis.
,He was .near Jiyateria when he ING PITTSBURGH: ONLY,(cross tats with the Service ten at Have I I
an aroma of coffee and bacon was ( JOVE) J you eeen tbat new mustache -I nearly gone. However, they New York at Detroit
Mached: his old Jieme and.pounded wafted op to hungry-nostrils. Aunt -FOUR HITS *the! Atjny Barracks. This game J :There-waa game-played being sprouted by the : complain that the dirt will be too' Washington at Cleveland.
frantically on the front door. Lights Sarah noon retimed with a glass of i', will bigm at 5:30 sharp.At one yes-I "Maestro". ? Shoe .sho, it looks;1 soft now and will not give the j
came on. upstairs and down.:: He : iced orange:Jaiee on a laee-covered I the night contest the Light-: I terday at the Navy Field. 'The like Clark Gable or maybe Wil- :': usual roll they claim they always !

'heard Nappy voice-inquiring' tray with a little bowl of wild sweet I ,apeetal'The,, : : (,If'__) : howe-boys will tackle the Recreation -, Cuban Club players were avashed:.haai Powell. Maybe the excuse ,'get. 'What I want to see is that i' NATIONAL LEAGUESt.
lously :who fras .there. "Me be Louis at New York.Chk.ago..t .
William beside it. I I Department: ten. It is ex- in .white lime by diminute .Lucilo,' isa dull razor. I II 1 middle bunker on number seven t
rjed.1H"LjEt me In.: The.orange Juice had hardly vanished NEW YORK. May 13.-The pectedahis tilt will be full of cxcitement. -t the little midget-with-an-arm-like'' II I| toted away. II I Brooklyn
The door .opened slowly James when -Aunt Lou called from New York Giants behind the excellent -!;i. Batteries will be; Billy Tim admits he did more work I I Cincinnati at Boston
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staggered Into ihe' ball and would the hall. Can: I come In. honey? unto a giant. j Pltstburgh at Philadelphia.
pitching of Roy Parmelee : Dementi and F. Stickney for the : last Thursday afternoon than he i I "Handsome Horace stuck
hate fallen but for Nappy supportJngtarau There's hot waffles."and Aunt Lou'a 'The picked club's hurler allowed -
triumphed over the Pittsburgh Pirates :; Beacons, and .J. Walker. Jr. and I would have done on 27 boles of'golf. i I Alrporoity"; Hogeboom for ,a'f
.Mlsa Sarah aUed 'I
wrinkled face in
quaveringly beaming appeared *
demerits for the Recreation but two hits one an infield True ,Tim. but anything for'
of 3 Par- said
; from abonWho is It?'TV hoIs the door. by a score to 1. boys. I I few last Saturday. Horace II J JI
:it?" Nappy:followed carrying another melee allowed the Pittsbu-gh aggregation |i I Both lubs have been practicingreal safety, and the..other a double byj i the little woman" you know.' I I I he had to win sometime or.he was iI !

TAlntnobody but the General.Toi and larger tray covered with silver' only :Jour hits.The.BrookiynDodgersdefgated, hard and are ready for the Orlando Esqumaldo,. the smallest I You may as cell learn how to take!|I I gonna take another lesson and I II

and Aunt Lou go OB back to bed. and tinkling china and 'glass-and j "I game tonight which will begin at boy on the club's roster. I' orders now as later. j I I,I then play Bascom Grooms Jr. RIJSSLL'SLICAR{

i tie Cincinnati, ., Reds!f.,9 to 4.. "Van 8. !o'clock sharp The club had-but two I ____ i

Mango; kept nyie. bits well ca.t- J far rynnersf I Swiaky Swanky, gave up thegame \] Bill says 'when he gets that 'ti
'" wh.og.ot .as. as .third-out in '
4i.s >"- ;
( x 0. ,
-- : tired m,hurling his;,jlfth victoryof |PLANPRACTICE in .the. second frame virtue of; on --account of the, :weather 1 i schedule 49 down to where he can i
r..l-V. :>" ) the seasa"and added!,, six strfke-- : n ,an : baser'on'; >*by balls and a being' too hot. But he says it is''!I make it every time he is going '
i errora
outs! to total. just as hot sittingon his front i I : : 'STORE
,ktp season's He that bei
to low it to says
o ;ld' pitch anil* anothe in the{i' l
j i The..sC Louis i! Cardinals down-i'I, ]1 1r porch, so hell beO\1tg, in .( this i ii i has been trying for nine years to .
: Eixth infield hit I '
: r on an a
I ed the Phillies JO to, 8. dividing .EOR.BASEBAtLl double by Esqumaldo and' there= 1,.J feek.Vhat some of these guys!j''i get it down to 49 from 50so -0--=.

t tr I the fourgameeeries., Curt Davis,l'l'I he "died" I won't stall! you know: he expects to bed i

w pitching for the Philadelphia club (.B,. JOVE) I t At bat the-leaders were Gabriel : Li Plummer wants to I I with us a few years more."Pious" Daily .Baseball Returns
l'r was.knocked off the mound in less always i, .
:!! All baseball request-j and Al. Ace*edo, with two hits in i
than two innings.: The Cards obtained players are win. So instead of taking on I! } Wire
sixteen nits, while their I ed to come out .to the Navy Field ; three times up. f somebody like Charlie,Ketchum or |i William wants congress f By
op- Monday Tuesday and Wednesdavj -In-the field, Joe Hale AL Ace-, Curry Harris r.ho would give him 1.to pass a law making the week ;
ponents'ete also credited with {! -0-
II I afternoons at .1 b o'clock for one ,'i vedo and Gabriel starred for the t.a race for-his be takes out have three Thursdays and three:
the Mme number. money 'COME IN AND GET THE
hour of practice. picked team and Mayg and Al Sundays. He says you can
I a few of the !boys from his office.
The Chicago Cuba triumphedover
I Something of great importance *I Rodriguez for the Club ten. I|! the other day and call it whatever; RESULTS OF THE
the Boston Braves. 4 to 1.
Lon Warneke was on the mound ,will be announced at the field J j Score by innings: R. H. E. C. Esqunialdo; stolen base! : ':i you 'wi hi MAJOR BASEBALL

for the Cubs with Brandt and Tuesday afternoon. ;t Cubana ,OOO 000.0000 '2 1 !t Ubieta; sacrifice hits: A Rodriguez LEAGUES0
j We have three sight and P. Team 121 100 OOx-5 11 '1 Lucilo Although he traveled extenri-
Ij Frankhouse doing the twirling. for trips in ; struck out: by San-i!i ,
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t 1 Boston.! : I want all to be in shape in case Batteries Lucil '. Salinero and I chez.3, by Lucilo 1, by Salinero 1; I rely among English-speaking pe o- -
The St. Louis 'Browns went to the proposed trips materialize. Ii A. Castro; M..Sanchez and AL bases on balls: off Lucilo 1. off I;1 pie, Lafayette's knowledge of.the :CIGARS, CIGARETTES,

I victory over the Red Sox '3 to 2. I I Rodriguez. I Sanchez 0; wild pitch: Lucilo; left! ;,,English language 'wasvery' SOFT DRINKS,

The Browns received nine hits and ', Natchez, Miss., claims the I Summary: Errors: Ogden Al..Acevedo on bases: Picked team 6, Club 5; |t I limited. 'ETC.

1'a" the Red Sox secured six. 'I([ largest single unit box factory in ; ,three. base hit: P. Castro time ,of game: 1:15; umpires: (

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At Philadelphia R. H.
I St. Louis ._10 16 E.I ..,..,/.y....: :t. .w:.,:nw.......(pap ... ..PS.,..;..,...vw... nxt.. .?Y

\ Philadelphia ......._-r.- ,,8 16
\ i Batteries: P. Collins, Heusser

and V. Davis; C..Davis..Pearce E.
Mr. Northrup emerged with purple cheeks and eyes snapping.The Moore, Bowman and J. Wilson.

.General ain't feeling ,' dish heaped to
so very every overflowing ,
godO. III tend to him" -- James ate every crumb of IL At New York R. II. E : 4- : *

Miss Sarah In curl papers and a .James spent the day at home Pittsburgh ........_.-..__ 142: ,

shawl with Aunt Loa at her beets In lounging at his ease in bed readingthe New York ._....-..- 3 9 :w
a long white night gown, started Muter of Btllantrae. while Aunt Batteries: Weaver, Swift 11 p+
down the stairs. "My; dear boy My Sarah or Aunt Lou or Nappy ran upstairs sadden; Parmelee and Mancnso.

dear child. We must get you to bed." every quarter of an hour for
fear be might want something and At Boston R. II. #
"Tessum. You and
go on getthebed E.I
ready. Me and the general will they not hear his calL They had no Chicago: ..........I.--, 4 12

be right up." callers and they muffled the tele- Boston __..._._u",,, 1 7 11 t
I phone. Batteries Warneke and Hart
James had collapsed In a chair I The second morning all of Commercial tj
his head In his hands.Til' telephonethe Street was electrified and nett; Brandt. Frankhouse and a

doctor.; Miss Sarah went on."Aunt : half the telephones in town began a Spohrer Lewis. .

Lou. you get the whiskey. On frantic Jingling. when Major Stim Brookl---; I
my closet shelf. son. in ancient civilian clothes was I At R.. H. E.

"Norn. -wouldnt telephone for' seen to alight from a South Fifth Cincinnati _. -.- 192 '

no doctor.,If.Aunt Lou was to make Street car and limp toward his of I Brooklyn ....._...._........_ 9 14 2 : \ A- a.

a little hot coffee. ." flee the vaingloriously proud and Batteries: Frey. Brennon. c
Aunt Sarah bad now come close limping Nappy close at his heels. I Schott. Hollingsworth and Campbell

to James. She smelted at last- the They had only a block to go. but ; Mungo and Lopez.AMERICAN "
tale reek of liquor that was his that short walk was a good deal ofan I ;l:::: j Chesterfields; : go Jiome :with
breath. James looked at her ordeal. All the '
up men on the street. LEAGUE 'i-!:;"" %
You think I'm drunk.. be said the! clerks In the stores had to shake At St. Louis R. II. E, ;

thickly. "Well. I'm not. I've run two James hand. James was partly Boston ..- ,...-...._..._..... 250 I :. I _; me like a: oatfr0m :the quittin

miles. I've run away from Jane. And pleased more shy and self-con St. Louis ..._.._.___._ 3 9 2 *
I'm never jgotng back Do you hear scious. He'ducked into the shelter of Batteries: Ostermueller .anj :R, : 1 .....:: : -
me? Never. Because 1.don't like ber the doorway of the stairs that led to Ferrell Newsom i t.t.if. .:: / ::
; Blaeholder :slid : ..., .. pr whistle ..'"'.
eyes. his office as soon as he decently; ? >< "'f iift03"'$: ,.
Well. Intoxicated or not decided could. 3rd Hemsley.+ : .-

Jao Miss Sarah undoubtedly he was was still responsible."There her boy; and slowly The; crowd talking, laughed of James and d/Mxoson& reed, W w1J gton-at Cleveland, post:. ;! ; t' :. : z: ,{ ::; :,:';. ;;jj ,!i 1 Mildtheyareyotit...r

there, dear.. she said tenderly But It did not go far. It wa*AlreadiK pone rainjd"- V ; : -. >rf ,.t; .. Yet they got taste and
** %_ i'v /. i# j <.Q + y .
'' .
r i--- ,
"It's all 'right. You're' home twenty; minutes after DI e4ndoJ >.' :
: : ; #.ti : .. ..di ,
.. ,
ij "
Philadelphia at Chicago oo t ; ,
now .,ni get the bed ready. When ten minutes Mr.'Northrup was due i t. ; : : > '.v }
FITOfJ t .. J x :: : plenty to
: : : : spare.Haven't
yours rested little Nappy will .. : ; >:,.
a ; to pass along Comm tsMfemj > .. ".
help! you upstairs." his .way to the Northmp elevators .i I ." .;.. time forK
on West Main Street. New York at Detroit po!'tpon: r11\ \ne :l got

NAPPY brought .James a long The crowd was not unrewarded. ed, rain. .
talk folks but
of cold water and James At twenty; -seven minutes to ten the :. ':/ ; { loose .
gulped It thirstily"Urn um.yon sure Northrup car was seen to turn the "' .
musta bad a snoot full." Nappy com corner and speed rapidly along Com- LEAGUE STANDINGS f .. 'I>_ ': here's two words that just

mented admiringly.; "Well. It.takes mercial Street.Two minutes later it y't

the U. S. Army to sniff It rout *o stopped before the entrance to ::: ) hit the nail on thehead: .
quick. But how come yon Jto make James*'office. AMERICAN LEAGUE
such a racket? If you'd Just sneaked Mr. Nort rnp. a picture of Injured Club- W. ,L. Pct. } fJ

along quiet like twouldn't nobuddy dignity looking neither to the right Chicago __._14 4 6 .700 :

but you and me knowe4.I ." nor left and speaking to no one Cleveland ..._11 6 .647 'l; <: '
New York ...._..11 8 .570 .
didn expect you to be up. Tm alighted from his car and went ponderously -

all right now. I'm going on up to up the steep stairs. Boston _._..__.--...._11 9 .550 J .
bed." i iNappy The interview was short. Mr. Washington .__...11 9 .550 :

helped him up the stairs Northrup emerged with purple Detroit 0..._....__ 5.11 .421 .
helped him undress inveigled hint cheeks and eyes snapping. Mr. Sawyer t. Louis 5 13 .278 .. -

Into drinking the coffee Into a lukewarm an old friend. Intercepted him. Philadelphia .........,--.514. ..263NATIONAL .
bath. In his old room.In a long What's this 1 hear about trouble: --6.-
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night shirt that bad been his grand between Jane and Jim?Everybody's LEAGUE
father's James: slept the sleep of the asking me. What shall I tell them Club- W. L. Pet. } s R t

Just from midnight until something "A mere tiff a mere lovers New York ......_..__14I .778

after ten next morning. quarrel." Brooklyn ._?....._14 '7 .667 Ih \ .'.
When he wakened there sat by (C..",., U. 111. ttaUtl.a. farulamlTomorrow Chicago .._....._11 7 .611 >. : "'. I. -

the window crisp and fresh Aunt Pittsburgh __....-.....10 13 .435 '. /
Sarah:injtatriped lavender dimity, sib.born.* to J...,..the.--- NorthrBM.- --toy-- ... St. Louis -..._.....__..11 10 .524<< 1 1 ,:: "

- Cincinnati ________ 8 13 .381 .
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I II .Boston *...__..__ 6 'J3 .316
a e a e e e e e .
w w w M W W wToday's I at Tuscumbla-Ala: -years Philadelphia .._._ '5 12 .294<< t(: .

Birthdays: J, ago. .. ..
r ,
.eee...we..C..a........ : : IVjohien write 15 :per cent
the Million or' *o letters received
,Jean Starr of Whew
Uatermeyer I
David B. 'Robertsonof Cleveland /month by department of
.York author ,nd poet born atZanescille eae
president of the ,
Brotherhood y I Ohio. 49 agriculture, :the consumers' guideof .
years ago.
of Locomotive Firemen and /AAA reports. They ask questiovns. + .
Engineers, ,born at West Anstm-'e r tt
on how'to plan.houses, diets
town Ohio 6t Field o* Chicago 'merchant .: '
ears ago. Stanley cltuldren's tclothes. gardens andJbudgets.
born in England 60 years .
Leonard 'II. Dyer of New "iork
City and New 'Brunswick Cana,
In the two-day'battle of Shilohin
noted inventor, born in "Washing
Horace Bovker; president of t> e Tennessee ,during the war ,
ton. D. c. 42_
yean ago.
--- American Agricultural Chemi between\ the state the Union lost .

Maud M. Lindsay of .Sheffield..la .i Co., of New Yorkbom jn'. 0..: 13.047 otter and.the Confederacy. ; .

,, kindergartner and author; ton, 58 years ago. 10,699. .:-i'-




.........................*...................... Junior r........................'' ........................ ............ ... ......
St. Paul's Choir To i wife without arising jealousy
I Today's { \ among his lady friends.
SOCIETY Give Social Tuesday Night ,
: : ,
: : I Anniversaries If contestants:! of the chain-let.
COLUMN ter craze received as dimesas
............................................ .... St. Paul's Junior Choir will' Vocal Solo-Marion Solano. ........................ By RED KERCE promised Jim Farley many would do
sponsor a Silver Social in the' 'Recitation-Donald Pinder. I 1717 Maria Theresa.. Austrian ........................ I........................1 I well to head a third party in 1936.;

Key West Woman's Club Holds Parish Hall on Tuesday evening Quartet;-Mrs. James Roberts Empress, born. Died Nov 29, PERSONALS"IF In 1918: Now is the time for all '

at 8:00 o'clock. I Mrs James Finder Edmund 1780. ._ good men to come to the aid of i,! That scientist who said only one

Enjoyable Luncheon Saturday] The, following is the program I'' Cvasy: San Goldsmith. YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY in their country. 1935: Now is the Ii[ man in a hundred has a perfect

-- arranged for the affair: Reading-Mrs. Alice Curry. 1742-Manasseh Cutler, Hamilton getting your children to chew time for a good country to come 'voice, it is assumed interviewed
The Key West Woman's Club thanks to the Junior Club members Chorus-St. Paul's Junior Black Face: Sketch-Mr. and Mais., Congregational their crusts for added chewing to the aid of its veteran himself only with an X-ray ap

held their annual Mothers and for their: confidence in elect i Choir. I Dili,. Emil Sweeting. e clergyman physician botanist and exercise try Juicy, Fruit, Gumit paratus.? ,. 'iTO "*
Recitation Sylvia Baker. Instrumental Selection-Charles: '
Daughters luncheon in the Publicrsry I i pioneer who had much to'do with accomplishes the .ame pur
ink her toioffice. She asked their Not that we want to make fun.
t Piano Solo-Fay Niles.RecitationCatherine Roberts and Julio Lopez. "
1 1ChorusMembers -
IJ.l \ at 1 p. m. on Saturday. the historic Ohio Company which pose. mayl3lttMISCELLANEOUS bat wasn't
cooperation that of the Senior Conner.I of Young it-aixratthe, time that -
"The tables were arranged in the f I first settled the great Northwest Billy -- .:
gpra of he letter "E", many vases Club, anl.promised!! to expend her 'Chorus-St.Paul's People's Service League. t born at Killingly, Conn. Died : out there Sunday that was the holding Californiaman revivals If yea do"net' receive you
seniol poor
James Roberts
Choir. Duet-Mrs. and
of cut flowers forming a most attractive best efforts to make this a auc- I July 28, 1823. paper by' 6:15 .'elo k !s. the
Piano .Solo-Sylvia Edmund Curry. = I I began turning to a monkey?
decoration for them. The cessful club year. ;...., -. I --- WANTED TO BORROW-$6,1100) .he",_.. call t.Iepba. 81
: '
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gilt-edged security. Write sad will ...( to
n b
whole effect was one of simplicityand Mrs. Goshorn also thanked -r-- 1813-John S. Dwight, famed a paper
charm. i jier .!.....!........................................ I IJ Boston musical critic of his day I "F" care of The Citizen -i'es,.and when Uny-get through; your home. A complaint boy
officers for
past'tooperationrand I. -
Mrs. Andrew Miller had arranged born in Boston. Died Sept. 5, 1 may9-6t paying those bills congress! made'I i i. o* d.t T at this ofHco from
an interesting program which promised that, with their help and PERSONAL MENTION 1893. what will be left of the $4,800- 6:15 t. 7(15 p. -. for tl..

was presented while a very delicious the help l of all club members, the J ..... . looooooeooi .....I l I PIANO TUNING 000,000 work-relief fund tIt's purpose of delivering complaint
luncheon was being served, I next Club year would be even more 1825-John L. LeConte notedphy'ician. *. Help us f'vo y.. 100
.. as follows: successful than the last. I Mrs. llelio Renedo and children,,I Ramon Torres, who was visiting naturalist PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo perc... service by cali.. 51
and entomologist
Invocation-Mrs. Stephen Doug I Those present were: I I were arrivals from Miami Satur relatives in Miami, returned yes, reno. Excellent piano for sale a hick town if a popular if yon do *ot receive The Citi-
born in New York City.
?. ; married man can't ride down the
day to join Mr. Renedo. terday. cheap. 1018 Division street. ....
las. Mrs. E. Zuhurst, Mrs. B. C.
Died in Philadephia Nov. 15,
'I .. streets with his arm around his
Chorus-Mothers and Daughters. Moreno Mrs. G. N. Goshorn, Miss I f 1883. apr22lmoFOR I,
I Emily Crosland, Miss Marguerite John R. Stowers who was in Mrs. Claude Roberts left yesterday FRESHLY KILLED
Welcome Address-Mrs. A. D. Gcshorn, Mrs. Mary Thompson, i I Miami for a few days on busi afternoon to spend: a while RENT J.
S LuethL Miss Pauline Phelan. Mrs. Norberg ''ness. returned with relatives at Tavernier.Mrs. 1837-Daniel G. Brinton Philadelphia's MONROE THEATERJanet i KEY WEST BEEF

Respone-Mrs. Edwin Trevor. I Thompson, Mrs. W. J. Phelan I 1---1 noted physician and BICYCLES-WE RENT by the Gayner-Warner Baxter j i Kosher Meat

Solo-Miss Emily Crosland. I Mrs. Vining Harris Mrs. Eleanor i E. J. Bayly delegate from pioneer American ethonoligst, Hour Day or Week. Repairall -in-- I Market
Bermuda Meat
Reading-Miss Alice Jones. Hellings Miss Anita Gato, Miss I!: afternoon for Miami to attend< St. Paul's church to the Diocesan born at Thornburg, Pa. Died Dec. makes and paint them with ONE MORE SPRING
I ; funeral services for his sis-' Convention of Woman's 31. 1899. Nu-EnameL We full Matinee Orchestra Phone 861-W Free Delivery
Solo-Mrs. K. J. Davenport.'SongI.O.THER" Edna Cato Mrs. Frank Gato :Mrs. l! today carry a Balcony, lOct
by all i i Chas. L, Roberts Mrs. II. S. Dexter -I iter\ Mrs. Lillie Blackwell. who iliaries in Daytona Beach returned -] supply of parts. Agent for the 15-20j Night, 15-25c I White at Virginia Streets
present. Miss Marcia Dexter Mrs. Ar-i'died in Miami Friday night J| Saturday.- 1840-Alphonse Daudet French Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I

A special tribute was paid to I thur PastorinLMrs. J. N.KoltY1Y'. II S'iJ r? povelist,, born.A pied J Dec. 17 ; AnU sell('l&m as low as $5.00 -T--- .- .
Mrs. Chas. Johnson, as the oldest 1 Mrs. J. L.H&etct& Mrs. Hugh *, *Mrs3mliW**l3l; nl\ d1: GeorgeK&Vyle,''M1 ft:( iB97= :'1IL,1842Sir. a unl j I down1.00 per week. We
mother i I!from Iiami- yesterday .feravisitwith the -U..S...Narcotic forces-arrived f' Buy and Sell all makes of used n5
presentIn.a Taylor Mrs Pat Bussy Mr3. :
guessing contest Miss Mar-' Isabel Ball :Mrs,, John Key Mrs. :!(: her sister Mrs. Eva B. War Saturday, accompanied by, Mrs=:, .A huS,, >SuHncao.pitted Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. : STEAMSHIP Co.

quente. Goshorn! was the winner.. Hewitt, Mrs. Jack Gaiti,( Ml'3.'j|!.poi" ........ .." ill. .- r. ( 'II ] toylfora. ." : : brief. visit: : English; composer,';' 'bvf 1; -Stewcrs-company,-.616 -Duval & 0 UNITED STATES FASTMAIL

.""'";After luncheon. Mrs. G. N. Gos 1 1'tI. Archer,: Mrs! V. C. John. !|. '. : I.Ded... Nov, 22. 1)00.!) -'%// --I! street. ? r\.m t pr9-tf ROUTES FOR
horn and. Airs Howard Wilson Installed ion, Mrs. Lundquist, Mrs. D.. L. i'j Ferriaritfo',{t Camus' who.jeft: t st, 11'btiss: Rah Knowles. who wasSpending' : '. YrlH! '- :: I t I I ;"s

the Senior and Junior Club 1, Navarro, Mrs.. Ki. J... Davenport, i; week for St.. Augustme.Ito* ) .eS-:!, .a while with .,relatives)}', '1'85 t-iL'\"Ro\al: iP .fiJfsI il FURNISHED? BUNGALOWjt. modern i f ..' PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES
officers, newly elected for the I Mrs. J. R. Valdes, Mrs. J. R. Val) :tablish. the continuance:,! off: .coming year. This was quite an 1 des, Jr.. Mrs. Frank Brown Mrs. i: seniority rights with the'' railroad,. ; will embark for her home in born. Died Sept. 16, 1932.!) street., Apply Valdes Bakery. Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,
impressive!' and each I L. Grooms Can-<[ returned yesterday. Nassau. apr27 I 12:20 P. M. l
ceremony ,| Mrs. Laura i "
lB. I Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays.
new officer received a copy of her :[ Mrs. S. W. Lowe, Miss Ray ('I I MonI I
Leave West and
Mrs. Allie Smith who wars. Everready Star Key for Port Tampa Thursdays
A. Demeritt in Fri- WANTED I
new duties. in scroll form: and ,: Russell, Miss Leonor Warren, Roy came ( days 6:30 P. M. I
rosebud. i spending several weeks with rela-f day morning from Miami\ to attend To Meet i
adorned with lovely : Club
a Mrs. Mrs. i
Boyer Jerry
Trevor Tickets, Reservation. and I.f.rmatio. at Tiek.t Office tie J
lives returned to : A to bid
The Senior Club officers install) I Miss Mary Trevor, Mrs. C. W. yesterday the wedding of his sister.. WANTED- chance on
ed for, the new year are as follows I I Cady, Mrs. A. D. Luethi, :Mrs. i! home in Miami. j jI Miss Elizabeth Johnson and: There will be a meeting of the your next printing orMer. The D_ .P..... 71 J
( J. H COST\R Aieak
-. George L Knowles Jr., and Artman Press. aug7 |
; ] James Bickestoff. Mrs. Edwin I I re-' Everready Star Club held tomorrow -
President Mrs.\ G. N. Goshorn. J W. H. Jeffrey, who directed turned 'to :Miami Saturday eve-
I Trevor Mrs. J. F. Ford Miss Mary t j' afternoon 3:30 o'clock at the ,.. .
First Vice-President-Mra. A. Hill Mrs. Carl Bervaldi Mrs. John and staged the "Frivolities of i;,ning. home of Mrs. Willard Albury on FOR SALE ---
ICartor. 1
: :::1935" for the American Legion'last i ii ,
R. Miller. i
Mrs. Lionel Plummer Mrs. ; White street, according to an
Second Vice-President Mrs. :I Harry Shaw Mrs. Ralph Russell i i| week, left yesterday for Newj i i :Mrs. Maitland Pinder and two nouncement made today.A PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed

Robert Lord.Recording. 1 Miss Minnie Porter Harris Mrs. !! York. }I I children left Saturday afternoon;, request is made for a large cards, $1.25. The Artman

Secretary Mrs. i! Nalor Miss! Ileen Williams Mrs.!! I I, by rail for Miami and from there;, attendance of members. Press suC1
,Chas. Wardlow. ', John Delgado. Mrs. Nellie Wil- Mrs. WalterKemp left t'ester' [:Will go to visit relatives in Nassau -; IF You LIVEn
Corresponding Secretary-Mrs. liams, Mrs. Eagan, Mrs. Lewis!"! day afternoon for a visit with;: N. P. formerly Miss Hespah Pritchard, SECOND SHEETS 500 for 60c.
Lewis Pierce. Pierce. Miss Betty Ann Pierce j j I her son-in-law and daughter,I t i daughter of Mrs.\ Agnes Pritchardof The Artman Press. nug7 as "
Treasurer-Mrs. J. J. Trevor. !1 Lieutenant Geo. W. Almoar, U. i ;: ::
Mrs. Allan B. Cleare, Miss Dorothy Tom Warren .r left Saturday Key West and was met on her n
Auditor-Mrs. William J. Phe- Cleare, Mrs. Allen B. Cleare i J i! S. N., and Mrs. Almour who are afternoon to join hid sister, Miss arrrival by members of the family PRINTING-Quality Printing at /
Ian. Jr., Mrs. George Gomez. Mrs. I I!i in Miami and will leave this week Consuelo" Warren, who motored who remained until the boat the Lowest Prices. The Art
Directors-Mrs. Wm. K. Ware Edgar Pangle. Mrs for New York. .
Godfrey from Jacksonville, and returned sailed.E. Press. aug7
ren and Mrs. Norberg Thompson.The Thompson Mrs. Thomas Moore,1 1 with her over the highway last! man

new Junior Club officersare Miss Alee Curry. Miss Worms. I\ Mrs. Minnie Otto left yesterday evening. J. Frederick seaman first TYPEWRITING PAPER 600Bhceta

: Yates, Miss Clara Yates. Mrs. B.j 1:; afternoon for Miami and will be f clays U. S. coast guard service, 75c. The Artman Press
President--.Mrs. Wm. M.. Arne P. Trevor. Mrs. Chester Curry i i i the guest of her son-in-law and Claude Lowe attached to the left Saturday afternoon for Fort "" ang7 rttttt -. '
old.First Mrs. H. C. Galey :Mrs. Clifford daughter, Dr. and Mrs. M. P. De- office of Peace Justice E. R' Lauderdale after a period of ho -

VicePresidentMissNe4lie Hicks Miss Dorothy Barnes, Miss I Ii Boe and other' relatives.Mr. Lowe, at Tavernier, left Saturday i pitalization at the Key West Ma- MIMEOGRAPH PAPER. 600 y
Louise Russell Annie Lois Hicks. Mrs. Lilly Cold. afternoon after a brief visit in rine Hospital. sheets $1.25. The Artman

Second 'VicePresidentMr... Mrs. Stephen Douglass, Mrs ..MaryA. I and 1n' Ormond De Leon 11 Key West. j Press, Citizen Building.
Edgar Pangle. Johnson. Mrs. O. S. Long Mr?.I and little daughter Clara, were --- I Mrs. Lawton Watson, who was jun27tfMarkMBtlllr'a
Recording Secretary: -Mrs. Al- KEY; WEST-NO TWO I arrivals in Key West yesterday R. L. Bow construction engineer few withher
spewing: a days
lan'Cleare. Howard Wilson, Miss Rita Pinder, : from :Miami for a visit with rela-i on the bridge projects at mother Mrs. Bertha McConnell, LeaoJaa: ll.t.r>
Corresponding Secretary-Miss bin: John Mrs J. tives Lower Matecumbc
Bostwiek R. and friends. i left Saturday in Miami returned yesterday. THE SEMINOLE
Annie Lois Hicks. Stowers. Miss Leila Pitcher Mrs.i 1 1 1I afternoon after a few days.in':, JarkMavlll. FIrUa

Treasurer Miss Dorothy Haydn Illingworth. Mrs.\ Chas.:I Milton Henriquez was a passenger -! Key West. : Mrs.! W. W. Williamson before C1IA9.! B. GRI>KR. M.......

Cleare. Falk, Miss Mary Falk Mr Sam' sailing on the Cuba Saturday I marriage Mice Rebah Pritchard, A human home-like institution
Auditor-Miss Florrie Ketchins. Auxier. Mrs. Wallace B. Kirke'I for Havana to remain in Mrs. J. B. Bussey who was in arrived yesterday to visit her here you will find ,.... ....h......
Directors-Miss Leonor Warren I Mrs.. Julia Bean Miss Helen Holt Cuba until the close of the fruit' Key West three days and the' mother Mrs. Agnes Pritchard and cmfort ter of great mm* importance.emtrrmtmmut a mat-

and Miss Anne Duncan. Mrs. James Roberts, Miss Dorothy | shipping season. guest of Colonel and Mrs. II. K. : other relatives. --oA you live in the country there are
Mrs. Wilson spoke in the high. Bean, Miss Susan LaKin. Mrs. A. --- Taylor, at their home in the barracks steel tlrrpr..t ..11.1.. I.rm'r4 lots of thing you have to do without-not be-
est terms of the officers who had Yates Mrs. Ed. Curry. Mrs. Frank: :Mrs. Dolores H. Gato and sister left Saturday afternoon for \\\".. I. tke heart *f the eiljrEvery
aened,with her, of Mrs. Long the Ladd, Miss Betty He Go wan, Miss Miss Concepcion Rodriguez her home in Miami. \\\ .IIIIIIW -o- cause you can't afford them but simply because

Junior Club sponsor- and of Mrs. Florence Sawyer.' Miss Lily Wat-f who arrived last week from Miami -' SPEND / and Shower Room Bath.with Combination Radio Electric Tub they aren't available. And BO, you haveto

Wm. Arnold, her successor. The lington Mrs. F. R. Kirtland, Miss and spent a few days with' Earle S. Warren formerly a Ceiling Fan, Slat Door fur Summer content yourself with the use of substitutes!

Junior Club then presented Mrs. Barbara Sherman. Mrs. Wine Porter -! relatives in Key West, sailed on! patient in the Marine Hospital YOUR Mattresses Ventilation o Comfortable* Inner Spring Bed. Construction with often more expensive.One .
Long and Mrs. Wilson with lovely Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, Miss' the Cuba Saturday for Havana. was discharged last week and left and' Individual Reaa
gifts as tokens of appreciation of Anita Berkowitz. Mrs. John Mc-i Saturday afternoon for West VACATION Ing Lamps.
their work in the past year. Cann Miss Edith McCann, :Mrs.} Mr. and Mrs. George Peacon Palm Beach. RATES! of the advantages of living "in town"is

Beautiful baskets of rosebudsand John Wardlow Mrs. Chas. Ward.. left over the highway yesterday = THIS YEAR IN Rm.. Private Bath _uu '"-SlaKleTH S::.oeMl the availability of ga!for cooking water
gladioli were given to Mrs.- low, Mrs. Leo Warren. Mrs. Wil- I morning for a tour of the'states Mr, and Mrs W. B- Rude and I R_.. Private Bath .. ._.. Z3R..s. : / 1 heating and other home uses. It is better
.... .. _...._ I many
Goshorn and to Mrs. Arnold by liam Nellie which' "Cincinnati tWo\ Children I .FLORIDAIf I -. Irivate Bath s..ee
Arnold Miss Louise!' will end in ; Betty Mae and; ; 21 Km.mtm, Private Bath _- XS cheaper and adds much to comfort
both;, enior and Junior Clubs in Russell Miss Betty:.Curtis, Miss where 'then'wili visit' with"ref Mary 1" AI.ice. were arrivals: on themorhmg \ 1. famople Rram, Private Oath 4OCClTANCV t quicker, so
honor of their having been chosenas I Alberta El wood, .Miss Rose Crusoe : tives 'of Mrs.;'Peacon.:* the'y1 were 1 train Saturday! en* route I: ,.XorgcurHEALTH! : ..IGH"" 1\'REA"'N-I'8R-IJULDLt! and convenience. Make your home really

leaders, for the coming year. Miss Julia .Jones Miss Yo 4 accompanied; by Miss Ruth Candolfo to Havana where they will re-i j ij 1 i I modern by taking full advantage of trip valNilitl' -

Mrs. Arnold expressed her laude J Mendoza, .Miss,Solita.CQ o. '. H f}fn'alA. ,. :indefinitely: !;, Mrs. Rude was= 1111.'III! \'\\\ ; .. : of this dependable, economical* fuel.loUCAS .
4'/ vir : far Blc 1P' ,' '.'
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Gran Verbena Sunday .1I I' ., ., tr I .

Was Grand SuccessThe 'Li'A J ; RANGE SPECIE

Gran Verbena Fiesta held I

yesterday at the Coral Isle Casino SIGHT IS PRECIOUS

under the auspices of the Sacer- Terms as low as $1 down
Correct visitm is vital to
do lisas del Ilogar, Caballeros de Ii
your child. Impaired vision in i and $1 month
la Luz, was a grand success childhood may greatly retard per

throughout. his education and later business /

Mayor William' ; H Malone and Brush on la new roof! success.

M. E. Gilfond local Emergency Let us examine his eyes now
Relief Administrator, both gave 1 for possible defects. 1 I Florida Public Utilities Co.

excellent: addresses during the occasion ,

which proved very inter I. DR. J. A. VALDES JACK R. HYMAN, Sales Manager

esting. I Ortlao. o. Soft-Lite Liceoea
Various festivities were put on
.. 532 D.val Street
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during the day:including dancing, i

and all attending expressed great ate.' the Telephone I ..
delight at the pleasure afforded. 7<

P.-T. 'Assn. To -', '..'. T. HE best roof i in the world must someday begin were Not There I I ;

Meet, Tomorrow ., .X,to show its age.. But asingle applicatiom of MANY TIKES each day yon reach for the telephone on your I 1 jiodwinked
Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating will add year ofteMte. desk at the office or in its familiar spot at home. It U an old and 1.

There, will be a regular! meet ,, Come in and let us tell you about this trusted friend. Yon scarcely give a thought' to what it means 'P

ing of the Division Street Parent- simple, inexpensive way to renew your roof. J I I to a Yet busy suppose day. the telephone were not there! Suppose-Cor' a ::: ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

Teacher Association held tomorrow SOUTH FLORIDA CON. & ENG. CO. week-or a month-you could not call anybody by telephone "** T. the oritfeal Da** 100% Pete Paine
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afternoon beginning at 3 and nobody could call you I The whole machinery of business Tfcsj tO
o'clock .and a request is made PHONE 598 White & Elias Su. and the home would be thrown out of gear. Orders would be -- X TVSEtttHHAEC
and reduced. You would be of touch for a.i. 10D% Fan Paint h. often lilts
for a large attendance.This "Your Home I* Worthy Of The Beit lost-efficiency profits out leak, .seas
with world. i.itsteJ, kse l+plicaf.f ---
announcement. was made! America your needs quick, reliable telephone service to get f Label D v 100% rip+,. Paine tonlarmt wills -==-
today by officers. of the organ. things done in the brisk, crisp American manner. And it enjoysthe aO ". plug Uw sal <* tk OoJy eat., Ste" =
ization. I I best service in the world. America leads in telephone ALLJ that c ric* a ( artntM of parity.fok :
service. In relation to population there are six times as many
.1 telephones in this country as.in Europe and the telephone is : for this Guanmtee on the LabelTHEHRDAVISC6L -* gZrsr***
PALACE ASBESTOSFIBRfODATING used nine times as much. .
has been made in this because of w.trw w.krysh.rr..si..4uor.r.fa..a.irs..ma.Al <
Greater progress country .. .Y D..Ln ..
Gary Cooper-Anna Sten in ..r Md an .set y 1w arkio..d thr..eh .lyeBALTi1hi
I the BtU Systemone policy, one system and universal service

M.tia Comedy.t 10-1 and 1 Short Nights Reel I5-2Sc e wePNAiv .... a Southern Bell! Telephone e l..sr.s.tsd and. Telegraph Co. G. C. ROBERTS r Comer Carefae aad Wijaa Streets


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