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 17, 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: UF00048666:00017
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For 55 Years ot.dtOth. "p. ; country; wi thW.v:: :

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit




Supreme Court's ,Decision 1,I NEWSPAPER MEN I KEY WEST.WILL-BECOME'IMPORTANT' Price Claims Inflation Talk Bothers


RaHroadReliremefrtrMeasureDisappowts/ i --- 1 Capital Leaders :TotGreatesttExtent
!s Key. West -vl'l!' be an impo.-tant,;naval elation radio for tenJinpout j

Senator Norris: link in the recently; authorized : weather reports to those distant _.
t weather forecast circuit: of the I( points which cannot he hooked up --I a _

DELEGATION FROM FLORIDA,' United States Weather Bureau,I on the- teletype ci-cuit. DAYOBSERVANCE
--,--- a- --- ---.--- ALABAMA'EXPRESS ; the center of which wi'l! be located .]I He had been mort graciously re- MEMORIAL I HOUSE PASSES Steps No w' Being Taken

GEORGIA AND at Jacksonville, said E B. Cal-I| ceived. he said by Lieutenant

Veteran Nebraska Legislator I JURY TO GET GREAT PLEASURE I) vert, thief of'the forecast divisionof I Jackson and arrangements had, IS i MONROEMEASURE Merely Preparatory To

Washington who was in Key!,I I been completed whereby the radio i
Disgusted With I CRAHAMCASELATE WITH STAY IN KEY WEST \I West this "'ee;:. station will I.e at the service of'' More Sweeping Activities .

Just before sailing last evening'''the weather bureau whenever ilj I BEINGPLANNEDCCMMITTi :

Proceedings PertainingTo I : for Tampa Mr. Calvert gave The ; i is necessary to read out the broad- | PERTAINS TO ELECTION OF I In Future

TODAY After spending five days in-' Citizen an outline of the plans to i, cart I, JUDGE OF JUVENILE ,1 I

IssueBy I be put in effect on July and continue .: Asked just what the new schedule -. E FROM ARTHUR I -
I Cuba a group of newspaper men I until November 15. Next j and,establishment of the ad-.! I COURT I
FOUR WITNESSES CALLED BY I I from Florida Georgia and Ala-i year the circuit will be in opera- ditional circuit would mean to the,! SAWYER POST AMERICAN i |( hcf .! Rano,.. Tie AaflatioM .. ..
tion on June 15. local bureaus Mr. Calvert turned, .I I rr- ".....&...,
(ll HERBERT, AwwrUtr. I.r...| STATE THIS MORNING; ALL bama arrivel! yesterday afternoon The! entire forecast of the cir- to G. S. Kennedy official in( fRy .. r_... I The.. i. m.re ta'k short i.-
I I I ,cuit will be sent out by teletype charge of the Key West bureau SARY ARRANGEMENTSnational TALLAHASSEE, May 17.
WASHINGTON. May 17.0k.ervere TESTIMONY CONCLUDED' from Havana and sailed later for I i I !i. Washington today than
system! and will comprise the citiesof who was present at the interview,! -The Monte parted Senate 1

her pricked up their BEFORE NOON Tampa singing the praises of Key : Jacksonville forecast center; and said: "My friend Kennedyhere Bill 761 by Senator Arthur I I for month past, aa>d the fact i i.

J i Miami Key West, Tampa. Pensa- thinks he will need two more, Memorial Day. Thu- Gomez of Monroe county I
ear when they heard the reactionof I West. They were en route to their cola. 1\Iobile..Uew Orleans, Port men in Key West.' .I am sure that:.day, ,May 30 will be fittingly' ob amend-)*; the law relating to worth noting because oa this *.ubI -

Senator George Norria >of Ne- It.is 'expected that! .the i case-of i home cities.' j i 1 Arthur.and Brownville,.Texas. he.will have on* more and possibly -* cfTcd"l Cal:,., according to'P.'BJ 1! '"tki. *Monro County'Javenile I I jets talk i* aa extremely i....
I 1 The circuit: 'will. be Bred exclusively 'two." 'j I Robert. Past Commander:of Ar-l I Co.rt.I I
bratka, ,dean, of the., senate < independent portent' factor."It'h"aet'teahied.
Gee B.
the j jI
: ; against. rge There were about.20,persons! in by the"weather bureau for Heretofore the.U. S. weather4 thur" Sawyer"'rst.' American Le- I T'Thi kill prlde"f.r the I

republican bloc to the sham,'charged: with violating]the party; including officials of the), ceDdin .ot-.information- to' the bureau'haw had five'eentere. from| gion.Niho is chairman et the Mtrnvjwiial1 \ I reelection.Mtkeanie'< a* ether I I generally iKatinitvtry

s I .. weather" andiaU advices relative which- ferecastsere uprcm court's 54.deeia,. "'n the! provisions of the Florida:Plant I I'Act' { Pj&'Oj S. S.company who ac i .' > 1 I kaif'tnflatioaary era
I !I.to meteorological conditions, not Washington. Chicago:New"Or-J !. 'its' of"Ia.'javeail"-o..rl'i MOD-
validating I.. railroad "Ii... eat I of 1927, will reach the jury I,companied the..party ,.on..its.-visit! only in Florida but .will include leans' Denver and San'Francisco.'''o rvance. j t I .. 'eo..a--'for f oar*year'at '1 1I here and abroad,".4 almost, everj

act. I INorri. some time this afternoon. !i to the Cuban.eapitala I j i PUfcrto Rico and other West Indian Forecasts for the Ea t rn United! ;
Last Saturday the travelers countries. States are naturally: Bent"out from''. tatlonk tl'')' all service. ex-Service, '*t.'' b..'payable from the fine I

.' observation was Both-I I I Four witnesses were called by!I stopped in Key West for a few j jI '(I In fact. said Mr. Calvert. the Washington. I patriotic And roy Scout organizations -.'. and forfeiture fend of thecounty. I lie was raying and thinking:

the timo : the state this morning. They were I| circuit will handle weather information With the establishment of a!, and their auxiliaries to join For instance Governor Eccles 1
fag bat coming at : ?
sew ; hours and were taken on a sight'I 'I
I I John Sawyer Fernando Roberts'I j south of latitude 35 down sixth district; four states from the' the post in paying: hontrge to the So n at.i! of the reserve board tells a senate

it did his word echoed the '' Frank McNclty! and Paul Ladd.i J feeing tour of the city and on ( to latitude 10 and from Texas to eastern circuit will be embraced,illustrious dead of both wars and : tlaur and Gomes: authorizing; committee that 1 Issuance of $Z.-

tkougkt entertained by many their arrival eaw a few other in- ,, the Central American coast a* far wits! Jacksonville Fla. the center i it is expected that a large re,re-i i| the Armory Board to cell to I 000,000.000 in new money to pit:>
I''I Taking of testimony occupied buta teresting! things particularly the j i;east as the Windward Islands. All for the! entire circuit to be com-' rentation of those units will be in Fred J. Dion a portion of the I the bonus would not actually increase -

The veteran Nebraska legislator short time at the conclusion of i Steamship Floida, which is bertLed of this information will be registered priced of North Carolina. South. attendance ttt the "service*. '1't property occupied by tie National I the amount of money outstanding -

not only was bitterly dis which both the state and the defense I t at the terminals j I on the teletype at Key West! Carolina Georgia and the Florida: During tie early part of the Guard Armory in Key i because it would drive

appointed" but "disgusted" at'the rested. I I'I making preparations -J', and all other city units in the cir- Peninsula. AU! state and marine forenoon of Memorial Day. committees : West, became a law today* i I an eoual amount of old money in-
I for sailing next month fir '!: cuit. There will be no further fnrccf>Ft3 will be sent from Jack- from the Legion; post and : Governor Snolta signed the j to hiding.
T. S. Caro
fact that "five who happenedto Attorney opened for
; New York to begin the suii-mer'',I waiting on the 10 a. m. report. sonville. Snish| War Veterans' camp will bill after its passage by theM ;

sit on the bench can say that 1 I the defense and his argument was!I|i schedule between Boston and HaliI -I| The service will be continuous.,j I Asked' l if there would' be any >isit the graves of their departed lecialatnre. 1 i. doubtless Mr. Eccles he meant did not that say what so.: but ho

all this work of congress.. is_ use continued this afternoon after the ;I 1k'- Mr. Calvert said that one of his change in the month included in cotrrales and place a flat on each -
predicted would be true only M>
less." I midday recess. lie was followed:j i I Their host and guide:: through I i reasons, and a very important the Jtro ram. MT-\ Calvert said one. Karl Itat'ta'vaT and T. A. \WORK ; long as the public remained con

The important thing about i by the county solicitor and the 'Uicinatial. Florida was P. J. i.: I one. for his visit to Key We t, that the proposed} period of forecasts Woody of the Legion: :port! will HANDMADE fident that no larger-scale! : inflation
Norris' intensity of feeling in this: :: war! to confer with Lieutenant W. would be effective during, visit the graves of the men who
closing tier .
argument will be by Assistant -, ; presint of the P *n l was to follow.
instance is that he may attempt( : coTfi-fy{ who personally :1O"n-1 B. Jackson. U. S .N.. communication what is termed' the storm or hurricane served during the World War and TO EXHIBITED;i
Solicitor Wnu II. ,: All has shown
County experience
V. W. Johnson. L. W. Bethel and! past
to do eomehing about it. He has; ', ed them all over the ship. officer in charge at the na'alI'tation. reason which last from''
a way of plunging in headlong in I Malone.. i;S After this the newspaper men on t je matter of using the Jpne 15 to November 15. i Gen. II. Stewart of the Spanish '' that once people generally believe -
r that uncontrolled inflation
effort to change those things!! I. I __ War Camp will visit the graves of
an and wives went back on the d -- DAINTY SEWING WORK WILL
Cuba -- ---- is at hand, the> steps being takenare
of which he disapproves, whether i STEAMER l: for a short get together me : i j those: who ser'e.1 during: the Span
to oth
\ merely
'I'I i ii
{I II [
i'h American
amendment to the i War. :: BE MADE AVAILABLE TO {
it be by
an I I and refreshments before 1r'1 i iI POVERTY-TO-FAME FORMULA PUTS i I I' Services will be rendered vt the !I ,,i I more weeping\ steps then tin
Constitution or by statute. I I Saunders and Austin Williamson.:; :i i
TOURISTS shrinks rapidly in y"1-l, ,
Maine currency
in the in
plot city ;
C..nc..I. Urgedlief I BUT SHORT TIME!'1 I special! representative cemetery ... -. ... .
... '- passenger I DENNIS CHAVEZ IN SENATE, SEATreer the afternoon.: The".--services will *. H prices-ekytoeket'ia JtUI4.ra. ,
""' uglit Ir"'tyTir''tb""hate 'L.v'yrr --1 The hn $Shnd J. IC Lee. nn d1i-l include the brief post! ritual; placing ble to .buy tangible thing, cud
[ ami Herald, left on the Havani, i '
"lame duck" of congress out at
sessions monetary" reserves
-- -- of wreelht by the different Possibility. of making dainty lOur a
amend FRUIT VESSEL WAS FORCED':<'Special for :Miami and Jackson, .
abolished by constitutional fnp AI.'" rr..t tremendous rate.
ex-service of
I II organizations, and a handmade sewing work typical
ment and succeeded. At presenthe TO LEAVE EARLIER I I 1 viIl ,, I!: ALBUQUERQUE N. M.. May: as specialist in criminal prac- brief addresses t ly tne speaker of Key West available to tourists:; What About ConfiJencer
i Before leaving: for Tamf'th
is leading a fight to have the I I i 17.-Another scene in an Ameri-: tice. His political climb started the day whom, it is expected will next winter was: indicated this' Washington, was less surprid
other members of the party wentlout I
electoral college abolished. And, THAN EXPECTED :i I to Raul's club where they: t can drama of family fortunes i almost immediately with election be 'elected from the Spanish War mcrning when Mrs. Nina Ryder than might be supposed w'"n< n
he has pushed through congress camp. These cervices> will b. in- Johnson, director of the social Senator McAdoo\ the wartime
i I I than ICO old has been i
time. to the house of
' of federal danced for a short years state representatives -
bills limiting the power I I I tefpersed with vocal num':ers andI service department of the Key secretary of the treasury, said h.
01--:: other than t.1o-'e of"
In the group I Ii v.ritten with the appointment i I
judges in labor disputes.For Changes the last minute Brown, j i I. it h expected that the program West Administration, asked that was not at all frightened, by the
a longtime law profersora necessitated the Steamship .i mentioned were: W. R. of I I Dennis Chavez to the United Ten years later found him a' mill be both interesting and im- Key Westers submit samples of Patman paper-money bonus propoul -
and field I
and students have urged a change Gatun. of the Standard Fruit and ;! secretary: manager As States senate" seat vacated by they member of the national house: ,,. prwive.i handwork to the sewing room

in some way to require a two-invalidate Steamship company increasingher :j' the Vincent Alabama Townsend Press, city 11"'ht.kni.edit,r.; :I death of Bron!'on Cutting. : where he served. two_ terms before'i Organization! participating in operated by the social service de-'': To those who have taken he
thirds vote of the court to in order to reach port About colI this service are tequerted to as- !I
speed the time'the colonial partment.
Birmingham News Chat"'!."* A. taking the field as opponent of the, i troable to look up the figures, it
an act of congress.There's sooner than expected and leave as Fell managing editor Birmingham j lar of George III was becoming too ;': rumble! at the corner of Dnval) and Samples should be taken to the M merely a matter of matheme'irj
wide variance of, soon as possible, instead of remaining Charles Edmundron. p popular republican indcpend nt.! Eaton rtreet at 4 p. m. and move sewing room which is on the that there is gold in the treasurysufficient
Herald tight for his American children!
opinion as to low such a change ; | < Senator off at 4:30 o'clock. The line of the
over for several hours as Post W. S. Cutting. Chavez's political -; second floor of commodity : to provide backing ins
could be accomplished. intended. editor. Birmingham ; t Jan ancestor of the new senator : }' march will fen Duval to Flem- the Old Island
I Kirkpatrick. editor. Atlanta Georgian 1 prestige in the state was apparent ? storeroom opposite more than twice the U,300ff'fi.000 ;.
Act Rushed Through The vessel reached port this I editor I was receiving from the King of :1 ins street. ip Fleming: to Mar- Trading Post on Doval of circulating: medium winch
Ralph McGill, sports when he ran, only 1,200,,
There's this to be consideredin I morning 2 o'clock took 26.347 1 Atlanta; Constitution; Ralph New.i Spain'a grant of land in what is'.' ': caret and up Margaret to the street. Samples should bear the now is outstanding

any attempt to judge in light! gallons fuel oil. 7,700 gal No n of tton. state! editor. Atlanta Journal;0' now New 'Mexico. On this same I IMa votes' behind Cutting. i i ihavez. (| cemetery and to the Maine plot. name and address of the perron The question with which W to::.
of this particular decision what water and sailed for Vera Cruz editor.' ( a democratic national. On Sunday ereninir. May 26.''submitting them so that they can
1 Cohn managing ington has been confronted i' no'
Harold nil, at Los Caavez: ::, Dennis wa '' :
the court may do. It is that the: where 130) laborers are awaitnigto I I Jacksonville Journal and MM.i committeeman is credited withdrawing !religious service! will t le held at i be rdnrn 1. Mrs. Johnson' em-| whether a $2,000,000,000 adli1 'i-
railroad retirement act was rush-: be transported to Frontera for born 47 years age 1 the Fleming Street Methodirti ( phasized. She also gave assurances -,
Tampa the ,
Nicholson. headed Iii
Cohn; Ralph by ;1,i I Lion to the currency could br i'" "t
close work the banana Soon after the turn of the 1 rhrrch with music and sermon that the samples) will be
at the on plantations. century ap- .
ed through:!: congress:!: Nicholson Ral- : '
and Mrs. ; friend. with It is wH i-
I IJimas: Clyde Tingle., for proper reserveji.
hurried Dennis :gover-,i i i propriate1 fir the occasion, it was I returned Jn
of the last session in young was peddling as good colldjtion at:
f Markham, St..p.ter6bul'J.ln- I' er the issuance of such an a'lntional -
ftop .' |
of us.on"tJie of Albu- nor. Tingle was ejected., Chavez':s'Hated.: : the \ V\a l& Jetted.In !
> "Etreets
fashion and with 'a mjnimum : j dependent; S. J. McDonald St.-.pa! > 1 i ... > thy are amount ,.:would lead the
debate. : i ,. Her Father:? Feitrsburji..Timesj; Lj.J-j./ illagooiU gyergieelto[ | .< which city his family, contested Cutting's ''ejection,1 dcontest '..A'tr' MJtci will be-nairl: to thb''eld- the. event enoaghr-telent M''" public to think that morn and l
The hous '"Was-1'forced to 'consider .prlandq.'SentineL.Reporter; ,, Staru.Chapman.r ; ;,. iTjl: ..moved. i in ,,1302.: lie attended which still, JttU"1' fending', ',[*!'t and;})'oun it veteran. for'Wnyr :'foanJ firUhi* AjHW' A project;" }jigger: isxpe wire to follow l .adwould

it by ir committee discharge: Engaged'}' *. ;(,) managing editor, the public schools there. ,Ambition ; when hav"z. was appointed.1..1"i ;]Isar r ) rrospfit at Uti, service 'Vtnd : the work \\Jp,Jc>e 6rne. further, yaks public confidence: mthcutare
petition. It was' what is :. 1' canieti;t"'line joungster into the' : !>! an impressive tribute will,also be i it was baid-; :: ,
TmoSunj ''Bradenton-HeraM* im With all hw 1 and } L \ of the ,,,rrenry.I .
i legal
: poljtipal
in congressional 'patlance.' pries-i i; { ,>-+ ". ,'1 'I-ttocerytilshies.' .. I paid t sure legislation1-the\ product of. I lAKson Reda'felt'ash a.Hm 'iij, Engineering' 'next 'attr ctedD.eplJis activity, Senator Chavez-1 has::,,i J.I<*i ifjt' t'fl.TTT/ ) pewi&/">fo<*nion ott!t .Jbvforc. )fonda -' It Is an old bat eloquent com.

pressure rom.'a Jobby and time. not .h.rm< .iu. new.foasuL de"lifht. '} STUARTS PLAN d i_ and bebecame a pick-and- found tiMete, )panme; his two tiob-' The Ut ti progfaitrfort ' A filibuster conducted by Huey t What would her ttcp". hovel member of a surveyinggang. bies: books atM' firhing. He' i ihj l:': rervices will- be announced later., ----.----- lion to drug-taking. Can pubheconfidence :

Long of Louisiana aided by for-t mother be sympatheticRobertRed. like? 'Most ch rm.int. 1. RETURN HERE In 1912 he helped lay out married and has three children:!'I i'STONE TO STAY of stand expansion a $2,000,000.1'09"shot" : without H<.-

mer Senators Dill Washington most Albuquerque's first drainage system Dennis. Jr.. a law student at1 i .
wondered. STR. coming jittery and requiring m" >-'-
said bat Alison CUBA HAS :
and Hatfield of West Virginia I and later aided in design amts, Georgetown; Imelda (Mrs. W. P. and bigger "shoU" a* time c'>con :
was responsible for the senate accepting ti construction of the city hall. Miller of Washington) ; and Gloria]s : WHILE LONGER ?
it. i,I MR. AND MRS. ESTEVEZ IN,> The years of engineering:!: ex- Mae. i 95 PASSENGERS c
A Matter .f Pjycfco'ory
The President did nothing to I FROM I perience went overboard when,

obtain its enactment, and when I t I RECEIPT OF LETTER 'j Senator A. A. Jones, in 1917 obtained -: STRANGERS CORRESPOND i 1 r !i TIME EXTENDED FOR REMAINING -, That i is why inflation 14lk-thA

it reached the White House for x I WINTER VISITORS !(i! for him the position of, Steamship Cr.ba returned yes-1! J psychological: element--is so important

final disposition he signed it re-: I ;senate clerk in Washington. It: MAYFIELD. Ky.-Mrs. Emmet terday afternoon from Havana : IN STATE WAS actually! overshadowing

luetantly. observing "though much I I i! gave him opportunity to realize a: McNeilley of this city has carriedon ; with 44 first class passengers and \r \ both legislative! : and administrative -

improved in its final form (thet I "We had a marvelous winter in:1 new desire-to study law. At 32,' weekly correspondence with':'seven eco d class passengers for ANNOUNCED TODAY I actions affecting: the currency -

measure), is still ,crudely drawn,; Key West this year and you may he returned to Albuquerque from Mrs. Walter O. Davis of Parsons. i, Key West; 33 first class and 11 \s .

and will require many change,. expect. to see us back another!} his studies at Georgetown:!: univeri -, Kan., for 35 years though neither. recond clasji oassengers for Tam- ;' It was learned today that Harry j Many predicted the RoosevMt

and amendments at the next ses-i : year" writes Charles H. Stuart,,i I sity and started; his successful ca- woman has ever seen the other. pa. Of the 95 passengers there' Jlopkinfederal relief admin-I dollar devaluation experiment

sion." I tIn from. Newark. New York, to Mr.1- -___ ____ _- -- I were 22 aliens. I|!'i istrator at Washington, has noti- I I would lead speedily to aneonlrn]
; Ferry Palma returned lied
yester- I inflation. Now of the
light of this background the1court's and Mrs. At J. Estevex of this! 15''i j i fled! Governor Sholtz that Julies t' some
I day afternoon from Cuba
af all..' I'.A"ldll.l'dll'ldlll'I with i Fame people are saying: that them
er :
action may noV city. i: i F. Stone, Jr.. U to remain IntFloi
S l carloads of pineapples, 7,074 f experiments have bad no real
seem. so ominous.. The fault may Mr. and Mrs. Stuart spent' a; ida for a while longer.
lie with congress in not doing;' a'better while in Key West during the winter HABAN.. MADRIDiCLUBl I I. crates; one and ear of sugar,. one offurniture 's.|I This action'of Mr.'Hopkins followed I monetary effect at alL
one empty. is
job of legislating., season and were guests at the!il I : a reques) by the.-'governor i I The answer that general ptiblie -
I Wishes To Announce ] eonfbitnce )nj tM, cjjrj-eney rei -
Casa Marina Hotel. While here! 'i I that Mr. Ston' be allowed to yes -i

Mr. Stuart, 'an enthusiastic photo-'! NAVALOFFICFSRARRIVES \ s i main in Florida and*, according to i jmainedAinchaken.There w"n'o

ASK CLIENTS TO grapher.. met Mr. Estevex and i! A Gal; } nivaIMoonligbt.Dance ''an Associated Press despatch in:!. mswi overnight* Into tangible rush xgoo Jo<',ia.changdoDar Th*-

1 i By Evelyn SI. Winch after they.left the latter sent the HERE,; The Citizen yerterday. Mr. Stone
:, "psychological element" of the
CALL AT OFFICE,i' Stuarts a"number of photographsfor i S ;SATURDAY. MAY 8TH !s t had expressed a desire to remain; situation was the determining
adventure befalling I -
relate the which JCr.! Stuart gives thanks I in Florida. '
....:.- f a lovely young girl wbea her' thus : Souvenirs, Favors, Serpentines, Horns, Hat, Commander H. P. Danforth U.!I How long he will remain in the factor.
1' father make a fresh start oa Thanks!: much for ,I\ Fun Galore S. Naval Communication Reserves, state was not stated. t I' Now that pro-inflation talk i*
Relief clients who have received the road to romance.: very your its charge.of all activities in Flor- growing, it is only natural that --
cards requesting they report -. At the sadden and startling little note and the bunch of I It Will Be The Grandest Time You Ever Had the River I I' iemocratie' congressional leaders
of Apalachicola
east -
road a newund shall Iida j I JUST RECEIVED
in this comes which I
to the work office: of the Key, turn r.Undin4 and the solution take home and which Mrs. Stuart Don't Fail To Join The Crowd Saturday Night S ,. arrived in Key West today on have been urging Mr. Roosevrlt
Went' AdnuhiiAration should do *o I ol a mystery.A I official bu inesa. Shipment .f- to assure the country again that
out: and I. I can assure you. will At The PopularHABANAMADRID I be will stand against unlimited
immediately. it was pointed He will remain here for two. WATERGROUND MEAL
this morning. NEW SERIAL STARTING treasure highly."I ,'S CLUB weeks and will I officially be asso.1.1t" I NUCOA OLEO inflation.
j'j'A the ,
The information wanted from I MAY 20 IN have now mounted all of &ted'with Lieutenant W. B.! RYKKISPARCHER'S 1 i That I is because they realize
pictures that I took on my trip Make Reservations Early-Phone 220 S
the : i be
clients is in connection with Jackson, U._ S. N., communicationofficer that words easily may more
new wcrk; program, it was said I e THECITIZENI and I want to say this that amongall I Script $1.00 Ladies Craw : in charge of tbe naval station. r GROCERY I f Important, in both directions, than

and it is necessary that it be made of them there are none so well .lI".I".I.I'I'.II"I.I'i; no. 67 814 FUrniac St. actions.LAllNG"PLANS .
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'qt I GOOD PLACE FOR CHILDREN C committee charge of events I I seem to have been making them-

t'ilI' $ CftfeSC. Gagging the Victim KEY WEST IN I for Prsident-Elect Machado's i,[ setter thoroughly at home 1

Published Dally Eacept Sandal By inauguration and plans were I I II II '
Miss j Ruth Cash hostess ta
in the United was
I Every community States
r-BBLismJiO C0 lite. 1
I adopted to provide board the Saturday Club last! week. The
iP..ARTMAM.: PneI. has its natural advantages. Instead of '
From The Citizen Lun4laa i I Happeninct Here Jmtl 10 YearsAt. !lodging for 110 Key West scouts;[club prize wan won by Mi!'a Jane
Corner Gr..t>. and Aan Str_U (I looking afar and envying some other settlement Today A. Take. From (who will be in Havana for the bib!';i Curry. Guest were Mises Mary
it would be far better for j'l'Lightboum, Helen Williams.
every The File. Of The Citise '!event. All expense will be' at-j'
'a17 Dally newspaper la Key W..t sad Monroe I Margaret Boll. Jane Curry. Eola
County. I town t& look after its own opportunity and i'tended to by the executive committee -;i Pinder and Louise FaIL

develop it. Beautiful solemn and impres-: j I
Meond elan matter
entered at Kay West Florida. M v-: Hick
In some places it may be only the pos- sive were the ceremonies yesterday -t I j ji i ITr. and Mrs an-
FIFTY-SIXTH T&4BlielieF : the of theircbugbte'r
I nounce! engagement
afternoon when the
.f tk. A..elated Pr... sibility of maintaining an excellent en- and friends of St.congregation Mary's-{ Employes! of the Thompson!1!t, Janice Isabel, ] to Mr.

.Lj Associated Press U .scl..I lTly e.tltlecI to aN. vironment for the rearing of good families. Star of The Sea Roman Catholic!! Brothers cigar factory walked out!1 i Ralph Lionel! Higgs. The weddingwill
l.r republication of all new diipate&n. credited tIt ;Son strike this morning owing to'!: take place on June 9th.
or not oU-erwIsa credited In this paper and ala* A community which can boast that it is a church assembled at the church: : some grievance: with the management. -'! __
ih. local,__. publUhed her. 6.-3d o'clock. Father L, P.'
place where children may grow safely tomanhood's at A meeting win be fceM this.. BENJAMIN LOPEZ
White told ia a few well chosen afternoon and it i is hoped, the! FUNERAL HOME
estate has asset better than
words ,the reason for the cere- .
1flNATlON\L new factories, regardless of what hot-air mony and the procesion which(matter will be adjusted. : E.l.blUl 49 Y..r.
F935: boosters would follow his address. He explained -'I Je: y W..r. Old.t l
my say. Editorial comment: Some' of: 24-Heat A"' I..c. Service
that as on May 1Q we ce
un. Tear _._SUBSCRIPTION. 11 :- HATES. '. i _$!...* 'In Key West we boast of such a com- lebrated Mother's Day. reverenc- the people who distribute litter in I Uccsied Embalmer:
ills MontM ...-6.o/ the streets of Key West would Pkoa. 135 Nik-t 69 -W
i munity. Here our children have the ideal ing eat earthly mother, so en the :
Three Month __. .... 1.1. r WlHO I _
)n. Moatb .. ........_, -_- .11 place in which to form their early and T R N Fit Sun .
Weekly .1.: NJ the parish honored their heavenly,
I lasting' impressions of good living Here fRC4
ra ,
ADVERTISING RATES mother the Blessed Virgin Mary
Mad known on application. they are not subjected to the wild life that mother of Jesus Christ. 'In
fS they TRY
8PKC1AI. NOT1CBAll exists in lr NTy procession which followed the ad-!
reading notice, cards of t bank., raaolatloaa .f many larger places. Here they
rrypert. rMtnary notlcea. etc. Kill b. cbarre4 for at dress were first communicants'
I :see: a real community of interests, a placein
;Jrate. ft It cents a line.o'o their
... girls and boys, who wended
for entertainment by: chnrenea from which
S revenue ta to l>. derived are i cent m. line.ll which the misfortunes that grieve the way thronrh the grounds to the Free for Three.Months

Mon.. .>.of. CIUz public
rest but It will not publish noaymona. eommanlsatlana sympathy in almost every home. Pupils of the convent: sang the I
Benediction service of Salutaris ,
This is a wonderful spirit It is the and Tantum Ergo to the accompaniment -

Roy Hamlin: is in the printing busi- very essence of cooperation and the high- of an organ paced! near I I

ness---finger printing.A est form of social development, when from toe Miami Dale News the grotto. I
TALLAHASSEE-Gov. Dave Sholtz ordered transfer of N. Vernon
properly expressed. The people of Key
> Hawthorne Dade county state: attorney to duty In Glades county Customs! Inspector: Charles Williams -
bachelor is a timid soul who West should do all (Q jnain-i ....
that they can :immediately following refusal of the senate to confirm his nominationfor I while out riding last.\ e l'nil1Jtlave ) .out-t'
wouldn't even- -,anything once. .. : .. i tain it in its best ,form :and to see that >a J the office to which he was rc-:lected without opposition. Nocharges chase to a man wh'o 'was! 'r

.' ..1:.-__. '':I .1''oD: '., .., ::111 proper pride'encourages its future growth had been brought n::;aTnct Hawthorne bonorcd last ,year ,,&5, I transporting' a number of .t lni- I ,
VdllMMsl '
'' i' '".1' ,F'lorida'; outstanding law enforcement officer jnnns la his automobile.
Advice'usually! freej:?eUive.11 and expression.: .;. Ii : '0'
I '1"01
.. n' 1 kept up the chase uRtil he had, .
tention; people J = ariljf. regard-; that which i 'e! ,: '7"1-1 the man cornered. He kept "his' im. ...ff.) ,' ; ....,dU._.
costs ?-]r.>J.. f .n'I. I prisoner. under surveillance while 'z
money f! "*.14\! : PIGEONS IN WAR'It :-:-:.... ,. ] he called: Collector Brajras! :'-Who
1 -.- [ called Deputy Sheriff A. H. 'Mc-I
Most people can take praise smearedon IRaiA and the car and content I
may not occur to many, but one of seized.' So demijohn+' I i I
with towel but few take thin were many
a can a ,
There is only OJE to find out whether
the m.ost valuable adjuncts of a modern Teperat.r 5 i Man, :Mich., 30.24 inches. Light were captured that the load filledn '" way

veneer of censure. is its "pigeon Major General Highest ...._........._..-.88 rams have occurred since yester- truck. I an ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expectof

army corps. Lowest ..._......................79 j i i day morning in northern Texas I it. That's by testing it with your own recipes,
One of these days we are going to Irving J. Carr, chief of the Army Signal Mean _.m.m..........__........-..................-84 1. and Oklchoma:: from the lower Order of Reel| Mtn and Councilof )I!I in your own kitchen. That way, you find out EXACTLY j
,what Corps reports that his branch of the service Normal Mean .79 j j Ohio Valley and Tennessee east- Pocahontas observeed their:i what an electric range will do under your
quit worrying,about we are going to '
jward over Virginia and own system of cooking.The .
council of yesterday
maintains sorrow morning
carrier stationed
1,300 pigeons
worry 'about one of these days. Rainfall Carolina and en the north Pacific beginning at 10 o'clock
at 11 different posts. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins.; coast. TempeMts'ea:; ; continue bellow their hall corner of Elizabeth and at Key West Electric Company extend an
... | normal from the! central invitation to ALL customers to make this test without
Bald heads will'see rank injustice in This information was given recently, Normal Precipitation .12 Ins.:, Caroline streets. An excellent l
... Plains States eastward to the At- i cost or obligation.
Thin rvrord .r. 34-lM> r period '
when General Carr WAit carried out in
defended his feathered program con-
the fact that the average head has about .......1{ .c M .'el.ek thi. _r.iec.To..o..ro. lantic coast, but are generallynear nection with
messengers, the"upkeep of which was opposed ...' i above the seasonal the exercises. As a The Company has such complete confidence
hairs. AlmanacSun or average -
not start sharethehair
110,000 Why a : concluding feature of the day's: fn the performance of ,the ELECTROMASTER
by certain'members of Congress during .. ...... elsewhere throughout the
movement? rises ... .m-*- 5:41 a. m. obwrvanres the order attended I RANGE that it
is willing to place three four
I a or
and maximum
j j country
temp -
consideration of the Army appropriation San sets m..m.. 7:05 p. m. faj : service in the First Methodist
bill.. He declared Moon rises! ................ 7:42: p. m.1 j I ture of 90 degrees vr above" <:-' church iN.the eveninjf. I 1 burner range in your home on trial for a period of
It pays the merchant to advertise andit that during active Moon sets ...... _m_'" 5:33 a. m. ', curred again jesterday: in nort$-I three months without any obligation on your part.

pays the customer to read the advertise- warfare the service should have a supplyof Full }Moon 18thTomorrow'_.-_._-_ 4:57 a. m. I i I ern. and. central Florida! 1'1 Judge and Mrs. H. H. Taylor,I At the end of the trial period you pay us only

ments, first before buying. This is of several thousand birds a month. Tide. I I! G.Official S. in Charge.. arrive! Saturday from Coral Gables -!;i $1.25 or $1.75 per month .
Many\ stories were told of the highly A.M. P.M.!1! where the ju mutual advantage. ......... ...... of the Bank ..f Coral Gables, SEE US REGARDING THIS PLAN
important services performed b; carrier High __..... 9:13 10:53!I ...... :Saturday" Mrs. i

Certainly there b freedom Of the pigeons during the. World War in which Low, .Barometer....._...at 8 2:47 a. nu today 4:12: I I i[ Today'sI left i in company evening with, her shter-rn-Taylor. Electric Service.The More You Use.
hundred the law, Mrs. E. O. }'ianske.f'.r a visit '
killed in
in Russia and were fighting areas. 29.90. The Lower The Rate '' '
press .and speech Germany Sea level, 'Annivers ties i in Tampa. ,
Time and again wounded pigeons finished I '
exercise that freedom and see _
Italytbut their flights back to their headquarterswith WEATHER FORECAST ]f i........................ l DomingoMilord\ Cuban consul
what will do to
|they you. The West Electric
i 1724-Gabriel Jones thei in KeyVet, in Key Company
messages, only to die when their one of now Havana
1 (Till 8 p. m., Saturday) \i first lawyers in Virginia, a noted writes! from that city that he attended -
Personally, we dislike public relief tasks were finished.In Key Wen and Vicinity: Fair :, figure of his day, born near WilHiamsbur an xecuive mating of the, _

with Its humiliating aspect, but not near all the improvements in communi- tonight and Saturday; gentle j! ?. Died Ott. 6, 1806. -0' __ _ ..
cation systems which have lieen developedby I __
so much as we abhor the suffering of little 'o1.j1 I

children whose father is anxious to workto army intelligence departments, no ma: I physician 1749-Edward famed as Jenner the originator English I I ....................rll..l.l.l.sr.l'I.I"I........

support! them and is unable to get a job. chine or other means has been devised to I; of vaccination, born. Died Jan. : -
substitute for the swift and intelligent 1 24. 1823. I
\tl i iI
A parasite, according to the Boston feathered bearer of military dispatches.ASK ) I .
i 1794! -Anna Jameson. Englishwriter
Transcript is who makes the ?
a man government -
on art, I orn. Died March :
give him gas so he can drive downto ME ANOTHERA 17, IMGO.I. I I

geE relief. But what would you call a !I. -

government that allows that kind of few years: ago the "ask me another"tests s. Fair 1804-John G. Anthony. Cin-
I cinnati business man, noted zooI -
chiseling? were in great favor, and while many wind, mostly north and north- I I. lotnst. born in Providence, R. I. MOUNT VERNO 1VQKT

of the questions were of little practical i Died Oct. 16. 1877.

Vernon Hawthorne, state attorneyfor significance, the fad perhaps did to some east.Flcrida: Generally fair tonightand

Dade countjiwuorninated .by th electorate extent 'lead'Tnquiriag minds to gain an : Saturday. .I|i| 1820-Frederick A. Genth, noted -
<* ; "* TiwiTJilTiiaddecj rJacksonville to Florida Straits: ;I I Pennsylvania chemist, bern ini
of that.'
because he performed? the dutx i Recently 25 P nC'Cton"pro! dr avel ndl and "ypjrtheast'! and. jreneralir I 1893. 0 IJU1t1i-1! ,,,,;4 .
= hti oath of brfMMlt *:'and ir weather tonight and Satur- I Ii.: :
upon him by 1 okM themfiejtr J'intlligence| test? it4rtTayDeof I i ae
day ';rr/7 .- 183.L 1i(.rilhl: a1J.A I .
if the senate ganged'' tin flhnrth- e. Iffd'the satiafacpon't 't Ome t6"! Jtjww.rHjattfefyy9ade .. t Gulf: Gentle to moderate '! Prof a ant pueopal 31. oo vnf : : la! W

governor hasn't'the viscera ''fo shame t : a father sorry shoWIng in I'winJsVniostTAprth, } and jiorth east as the "Apostle to thy Sioux." _., 0 :
the outfit. '" lheryn9OTs.} Out of 41 question >apked> an,$generally fan'' weather. tonight i born at Princeton L J.- Died atAtlantic ':. : <> :.
and?Saturday. OcC. .
23, 1909.I
the star professor of the lot could answer : : :
err- .
Answering the cry of Americans why only 19 correctly. Others made scores WEATHER CONDITION'S !I I 1842-Mary Edwards Bryan, -1. :
I .
the Hutton millions should leave the Uni- considerably lower. j I Southern journalist and author. .

ted .tates, and why the heiress did not But before we offhand decide that Pressure! continues low over theRocky ''' bent near Tallahassee, Ga. Died : : :
Mountain and! Plateau region June 15. 1913.
marry an American, Brisbane chides that college professors are dumbbells, anyway, '?. Helen:!. Mont, 29.60 inches. : -

)young Americans\ had their opportunity, let's look at some of the questions. Here and El Paso. Texas. 29.60 inches j I 1844-Georgre U. Wenner. net-

that kind the three of them and high from the Lake region and Jed j New York City Lutheran i
and perhaps, the wrong saw are : .
upper Mississippi Valley south clergyman born at Bethlehem. A" II IIi
"beautiful comet." More likely, we think, Did Naevius originate the fabulae I ward into Tennessee, Sault Ste.j i 1 I Pa. Died Nov. :3 So 1334. L) :

young America lost out because jt did not praetextatae? Has the four-dimensional '

possess the romance and glamour that anazogue of a cube 12 corners? Are the :
jcoe'; with a title even if it does mean roots of a general polynomjal of degree v- I Ji II a ]
I I II :9' i
penury and decadence as a rule. higher than four, complex numbers? 1 I : .

-- Being somewhat conservative in mat: I Important I II :

Last week The Citizen in a querulous ters of this kind, our answer to all three I h:

moodg}asked .who was the biggest| .tightwad t would probably have been the familiar Announcementsconcerning .w : '
m Ky West 'he&arn w r--+eellted.topoint '::"Yes"-and ","No." I .. .. .S
: ..
o one individual, though there were ., 1 :
redemption of First and II III : !
otherecattering nominations for tnis un- THINGS MIGHT BE IMPROVEDThe I \.: ; ':
Fourth .Liberty Loan Bonds have been rtl .'. .ar-e
enviable distinction. Now that this : e
made by: the' I treasury Department i this I, ..
mentous question has been settled apparently New Dealers are beginning to ad- I -

to the satisfaction of all, this mit a good many of their mistakes, and week I II .: :. : s
column would be pleased to know who is :some' of them-in the absence of most of I, ... .

the l laziest man in Key West. Nomineesfor the late "brain-trust", ask for "something We would be pleased to have you I .
16-Piece Set $.1.00
this quality of imperfection will be better, if we haven't got the right reme- consult us !f

more numerous, and will be discussed as dies". .

coffee shop where all The codes in bad order odor i
usuann Pepe's are --or

weighty questions are disposed of with I' -but some; of the features of the recovery THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'H., t i : South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. :

finality. If for any reason, political, I laws are being upheld in the business '

family, business or oher, you do not tare world, and if "the will of man H by his, OF KEY WEST i. : P IC ne.598 White and Eliza Streets :

to articulate your choice, you may conveniently reason sway'd" the new reconstructed Member of the Federal Reserve %. "Your home is worthy of the=best"

THINK who measures up to the NIRA' may be "nearer" right than it has ,.r.k .. .......................-................................................
,i requirements of this .questo! naire.L. .: been heretofore. IIII.lIII'J.i.


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'- I[COAST GUARD -1[with, -two safeties!'! in two chances; fee, Sages, Sterling Kerr. No-

I _GREflT RICHES Kerr and Albury with three safeties ...I dine and Ubieta. also!' played good.

I I f in four tries. For the visitors, Iron Maw" Arnett pitched
I Taylor hit two safely in three)I. games for the Coast Guards.
Scare by innings: R. H. E.

.; Caaprer 4T "1 knew yon woat be pleased... SPORTS ) I! TO PICKED TEN ; times up. II i Carabasset

NEW I PLANS 1 Leaks went on ceatlJlet knew i In the field, Arnett and Douglas 100 107 0009 10 5

too 70u,want me to be happy I an \ | played a good same as well a* Picked Ten-
TAME3 wa Mfli* alarmed buts very certain: that I eaa't: be nappy r
I Griffin and Gonzalez for the 013 605 001-10 16 3
more pleased to learn that Leslie without James. Pro had a long timeto DOUBLEHEADER: WAS PLAY- locals. 1 I Batteries: Arnett and Taylor;

tHV took It for granted that be make sore. You aren't going to I. ED YESTERDAY AT PARK t Score by innings: R. H E. Nodine. Mara. Ubieta and Kerr.

meant to carry out his ambitious break my heart are yoo. by opposing ---- -_ ; !: Carabasset 120 100 0-4 4 IiI !: Summary: Errors: Maehin 2,

plug ot which they had once talked my marriage! You know I lore ..eeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee'- 'I' SCORE IN FIRST CAME 9-4;( Picked Ten 002 214 x.:-9 16 Ij:1 i Maddrix 3, Douglas, Simmon'!,
yon so ranch please tell me youaren"t. !
DODGERS TRIUMPH I Batteries: Arnett and Taylor; :: CarboneU; home run: Ubieta; twobase
.. SECOND 10-9
so gafty and confidently. DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy GAME. Tynes, Ubieta and Albnry Grif-!{I hits: Wooden. Arnett, St
But, seem to forget that 1 "Have It way." Mr.
you i your own fin. j Pierr Kerr 2; stolen bases: Al
am DOW.a-"JulI-been.-, pro- Harris said gruffly.' biding his face I'OVER PITTSBURGH I I'I
fit. : Summary: Errors: Lncilo MaJ- bury Jones!, Kerr Douglas! Dnr-
totted.. rt"A behfnd clouds: of strong tobacco I I (By JOVE) I I
I ( GRAVY) drix; home run: Ubit Uhree>a!e !J. fee', Arnett; double plays: Gonzafet -

haaheelit'fortythreei 'W1 Y. smeke.: 1 notice that you generally ................................................. I IN SHUTOUT GAMES i The Carabasset Coast Guardship's hit: Sages; two base hits: DougIa. :- !: t. Ladle to Clements;
J lam to dear you"'are barely more get It ,.. even If you have to wait I diamondball ten lost both Taylor, Griffin' CarbonelL' track out by Arnett 1, by No-
; reached eighteen years. Many of the regular boys were ,twice m good a player as Bob. Li games of a doubleheader
than grown opjliave: barely I ,I yester-! Sterling 2. Albary Kerr stolen : dine 1, by Ubieta 4; bases on
your full powert/A man Unt fully "Oh. Father,what a libel" Leslie, missing from the golf links yes1terday I forgot what Bob it was. day at Bayie\v Park. !i bases: Ubieta. Sterling ;Griffin tails:, off Mora 3. off Ubieta 5;
mature. ft BeT'nntn around fortyr cried. hugging him. afternoon due to one thing Eddie Strnnk Melvin Russell DETROIT TIGERS DEFEAT In the opening contest they ; time of
sacrifice umpires
hit game: 1l0 :
noL Bit rYe John Harris ; on his or another. But a few venturedout and Willie Kemp had their usual : were defeated by a score of 9 : Tynes; struck ont:by ,
"No.suppose grown got np put .1 Tynes 1, by Ubieta 8 bases Kulas and Brindel.
the heat and made SENATORS AND MOVE ON ; en
into match and Willie won as usual but, ; to
aced to thinking of myself as a fail coat and hat and said he was going 4.Leading t balls,: off Arnett 2, off Tynes 2t
ure." for a walk. It was the middle of the st"ores. some good some bad. So this time Melvin had to payoff i YANKEES BLANK CLEVE- hitter were: Varela, off Ubieta
; wild pitches!!: Tynes
week and John had for we will only give you the good both guys.Villie stuck "Mump- I
"JUnnty..do still want to yearaconaped
yon goto 12. UbietA 2. Arnett 2 hits off : I
Congress his sprees to the last Saturday ones. Those that made bad ones, sy" for a couple which roake Wil- LAND INDIANS ||II uled in either of the major leagues ; :
i Tynes 3 in 2
innings time of
la the month. Bat this night be got either failed to turn in a card or lie very happy. i : yesterday. t ; ]
-I don't knew.I stfll think politics, i 1:00
1 game: ; umpires: Kulas and
atayed'drunk took off few strokes. But! I
gloriously drank and maybe a J The summaries: RUSSELL'SCIGAR
avblfo life the flaest areer there Is. I 1 Brindel.
Way.(t I were a yevnger man ...w for six days before)1'appy hunted let us get on with our story. I j j Cookie Mesa, Louis Cruick- 4".a. ,. The ('tttua) i NATIONAL' LEAGUE I :,

him down and brought him home shank and Old Bye Sands were I _NEW YORK, May t7.i .-The? At Pittsburgh R. H. F i The go''
With Leslie him ; content had to
prompting Leslie new and put aim to bed. He stayed sober Charlie Ketcham and Willie:; f iightisg each other. Louis had the Brooklyn Dodgers behind the} Brooklyn .uuu..._...."_ 290 into extra :
and' them Jamee to innings before the
thereafter until some time after Watkins started to play by themreivea best score but the Duke of Rock i ,I Pittsburgh _.....-....._ 0 12 2
lust why the United States et Aster Leslie's I steady and effective pitching of locals could push a run acro and STORE0
lea WH headed for political and wedding but finally decided that that ': Sound was no-t far behind Louisor Tea- Batteries: Zachary and Lopez;!: win
1 went to game. i
victory I
eeoaeratc chaos: James was a great extremely"bul7 winter wasn't any fun. And so Willie Mesa either. So you see, gentle "tKe' Zachary over Hoyt and Padden. )f In the fifth Nodine was relieved' !

student ef history. Lesfl said."But I IT and was spring an for both James and takes Ike Russell for a partner'and reader some of these old boys are 1 Pittsburgh Pirates. in a shutout by Mora who walked three batters ;: -0-

when the crash cones there has to Leslie. Leslie with I her mothers allows Charlie to have Berlin :' going to catch up with some of game, the score reading 2-0.t No others scheduled. j in a row. Then Ubieta was caned

be soareone to clean tp the mess. help made every stitch of her Sawyer. Of course, the latter' the younger/ crowd. i This was a thirteen-inning battle Iin to rescue! the game and before! Baseball Returns

Perhaps that' you destiny Jimmy- trousseau Including her wedding tea i knew>they"were going to win I with Hoyt hurting for the losing: AMERICAN LEAGUE 'the frame was.over the visitors had ;
Ie ke that one." dress. She h .d; besides to' assist but Wlilie"' got that" bent flub to ''Bill Malone was busy trying to aggregation. At Cleveland R. H..E.j scored seven' runs.,' 13 men had,, By Wire

"One God knows It will,..'too James., hopelessly Irnprao I working and when: all w'a; ev' t-' show in' the court :that the Sovereign ; New York _i...- ?._10 15 0 J batted and it.looked as if they had j jI '
I The
Mg. a thousand times toC..Cfor. I final.: ln Wh3wf f that sort In getting Will 1 e and' Ike had beat the ,'op- State 'Florida is your:! Detroit Tigers defeated the Cleveland v,,-_.-_..- 0 ,'1 1 the game/ on ice.but ,the locals!! ---0-
me or any man. Bat 1 confess I'' e' in the Man peal ion 2 up. Today' Berlin, and. 'master f Tim Pittman was busy i Washington; Senatorsf to 2..This Batteries: Tamolis, Flash and I tame back in their half and scored f COME IN AND GET THE
"' I
should like to be one of the many grounds ready tar Miss Sarah fad Cha lie'are:, all alibi 4|getting-married (He took his puts the Tigers in a tie with the: Dickey; Iludlin, Lee Brown and five rUn!!. "" I IJ I RESULTS OF THE

like to try anrwa.l.1' Aunt Lou and.then. In moving' them clubs: -the-trip-to Miami too--.I) I Senators for fifth place jn the. .I i Pjtlak.: .j Leading: hitters: Ubieta,ytdth a' .,.' MAJOR BASEBALL

"Then' you most. fate itThe F edf ,Ayala took,oft his. boss.( .' Sam' Harris ....otroli 41 and a 48, American League "standing : homey with two on bases; Kerr'1 i LEAGUES
They rebel up at the top of the Mansion had also to be put BascWi. Grooms, and tad 'a nice'i but all this was done in his front I, The New York Yankees',down-!I At Washington;; "f' R. HI: F..;5 f withtwo doubles and a single; k

fcllL James said solemnly "Very la shape. The big house had had friendly! match. What else could yard. Kirsch was busy sorting, ed the Cleveland Indians with Detroit ....- ...,.__......_' 780 I Jones and Lncilo. with three safe-f -0-

well So help me Cod I will. Ill nothing done to It for years and yon play with your boss? out dirty clothes.: O'Bryant was I I Vite Tamulu. on the mound for I Washington _.__ 266. ties; Maddrix. Wodal and CIGARS CIGARETTES,

stop being a do nothing rTe years., It needed new bathrooms ':busy at a sc*>ooi. Pete Taylor was I'r the New Yorkers. This was also I Batteries: Bridges and Coch- with two safeties. Arnett.1 SOFT DRINKS,

been a do nothing long enough.- new pantries and closets, needed of Joe Lopes had a 78; Bob Spotts- : busy at the dock. And Samaella': a shutout affair. The score was rane; Hadley and Bolton. Stars in the field: St. ETC.

Leslie said, "Bravo! coarse to be repapered and painted wood a 79 and Clem Price 80. Goldsmith was busy helping/ take]i 10-0. I handled' eight; flies ;in the .

James turned to smile at Leslie from attic to cellar. Now those are three good scores care of his big boss from Wash-j|I f.These were the only games sched-: No others scheduled den without an error; Wodal. Dur- lw

and saw that there were tears In James engaged an architect from and the numbers are story enough i t ington. Some of the other boys i i i..

her eyes Tm crying because I'mso Kansas City who was also something -- However, it seems that Bob took were busy at this and that I

excited and ...and happy Leslie ot a decorator and turned him 15 minutes down in a trap on j I

explained blushing a little. over to Leslie. But Leslie refuse number four studying about a I j This is getting montonous read
Does It mean so much to yon settle a single point nntfl. she -.
to hot bat' he made it and won. sof I ing so you,need not read any further -
...what I doT James asked wonder- found out drat Just what her
next time'Li Plammer says he will i -just continued in our next,
In ly. "Jimmy" wanted. take 30 minutes because he is I gentle reader.IBETHEL. %
--m afraid It does. Thereupon James went to work FIRMS

James said.Tor fifteen years rye with a will and decided to have the -- I!

thought that Robert Browning was downstairs ball papered In bright

an optimist and a liar. Now I know red. the library ia a darker shade LEGION DOWNS I TO PITCH I II ,
that a* was aelthee. If you win go of the same color and the living

.en bettering la .nntS..will 1 be gracious room (one the doable parlors) In GARAGE OUTFIT: FOR MIAMI OUTFIT 1 1i i! Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
swath to wait can: prove rich crimson.: ,I
that I have It to me to be somethingmore "My Cod it win look like a

more what 1 as now....Will butcher shop!" cried the sorely "' -
you ..It. Leslie! Will you!" tried Mr. Suter. !
Leslie's lips>> trembled. She shook -I think It will be beautiful Robert Bethel one of the best BARBECUED ROSES
tier head and James went white Leslie said Quickly.] But there was RESULTS IN SCORE j JOHN C. PARK SANDWICHESPrepared THIS SPACE:
pitchers in this neck the woods
underlie taL-Vert well my deat. something In her' tone wblch made i of i -
M nd
1 shouldn't have asked. ;- I James have It out.wlti her as soon OF 9 TO 5 I haj received an offer from the i I II the' OI4-F FLORAL PIECES A

shouldn't have presumed on your as they were alone: I South Miami baseball club to pitch | 328 SIMONTON ST. way with all the rrhnmt f.

dear friendship. But anyway I "Honey, do yon really want the Sunday for them, stating that they:: SANDWICHES of *& kiIId. SPECIALTY 12 InsertionsPLUMBING
want you to know I mean to go on downstairs papered all In reds he (By JOVE) I .
..doing what can...." asked. "Please tell me honestly. J There was one game palyed y es- will talks with him when he lOc TO 35c

"1 am forty-one years old," Leslie "I want yon to have everythingyou in the Social Diamondball ,; reaches there. ; PLANTS and VINES
j| The offer is a pretty good one, j COLD BEER
said. "There Isn't... Isn't anything want-everythiag." said Leslie [ r
League, and this was between the(! and Bethel wired back his accept-; PER MONTH
you could ask me that I wouldn'tdo fiercely. And red Is a beautiful I i Wine, Soda, Etc.
exceot to wait I've already! color.: American Legion and the Garage j ance. He will leave Saturday SOUTH FLORIDA

waited eighteen years and I "But. darling. I want yon to have I tens, with the former taking; the I j afternoon. I I II DURO PUMPS PAY US A VISIT

couldat: bear I couldn't bear what yon waat. I don't know much contest. i I I I There are four clubs ra this "We Greet Yo. With a SmiU"ART'S

." about such things sad it's to be #j i I league, Uleta, Ojua, South Miami PLUMBING SUPPLIES NURSERYPHONE
She touched her mare with her your home la a few weeks." During the first part of the|: and North Miami. 4 BAR-B-QUE $3.00

whip and was off on a gallop.James .It's to be our home" said Leslie geme it seemed as though the i| I know that our boy will do PHONE 34ft DivWioa aid Sraa**!** Sf..
for a moment sat watching her and and came and sat In James' lap and Mechanics would win the c.ntest,1 j I good in this league, and probably -NO FLIES-

the with a great shoot made after sang a little song to the lock on the but those fighting Legionaireskept ;' will go further: up before many

her. .i. back of her future lord and master's weeks.
hitting and scoring until they I'I HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
head which now almost never Robert will carry the best wishes FOODSREAD-
THEY decided to be married In: stayed plastered down captured the opposition.The 1 of the writer and all the fans SELECT SEA INSURANCE

spring Immediately after i iEaaler. Do yon know dearest It's amazing leaders at bat were: Bar- : of Key WestRemember THE KEY WEST
Ibi. 3Sc
Jewfish 2
Their engagement was an to me how much more you instinctively roso, with fear hits in five tries;|' Bethel!, we will i be!* ,
not need In November. New Concord know about planning H. Castro, J. CarbonelL Baker: Hatching the papers on Monday! Yellowtail Steak 2 Ibi>> 35c Office: 319 .Duval Street R'

bad been expecting the an- houses than that Mr. Suter, said and Villareal. each with two hits. ', to find out how you made out. So'' YdUwt.il B_, 2 lb>. 2Sc SUNDAY STARSubscription
nowieement: for months and with Leslie a little later. In the field. MeCollough Dom-., have
; pitch as yon ever Crisper, 2 Br. ______ 29
two exceptions took it calmly. "Listen to the woman rave! enech and Villareal played a good i:I TELEPHONE NO. 1PORTERALLEN".
OM exception was Mrs. North "No.darling truly.He Supper 2 !I". 2SeMatt.n
would havemade
tame .fofethjs Buglers, and Lewis,]i I, Per Year
man Mr. Northrep bad died of,apoplexy : t.I.-oyutalr.. overs t ttt. a'at ,': 'M rti1''W. Arias for the r, Fi.h.Z. Ib.. -..-- 2Sc $2 Year MeabUt, .
a year or so before. Tbfcf! cry slasaas b17 hall sad.: _;c I: DIAMOND BALL 7HE--- Try
next day Mrs Northrup departed : 'It'for-s. iIt-yoa3aa "t>. .""" e second FRESH SHRIMP Key West'. Only Sunday' ... .. ;
won his
oa a harried visit to lane. New' him. AnL( e-4o snT.knowhairae.: Melvin Tynes '''i; ; : .Paper ,fJthnonito. Restdmant
for the Legion ten. > !
*tr ight game ; GAMES TONIGHT .; :
Ceoeord would .hare given a and ** 5 FREe PROMPT DELIVERY ;
very much WflifrnttTire" cnt '' ... lie
bouts El leer
; S6eore by innings: R. H. 1 1Ametioh .. Business Office Citizen" ,. B.aw.iyr ---
;1 "
great deal to, nave been on hand -
as yoFd'a:not ha1f.---::: < -
wben lire Korthnrp broke' the rewa. ?rweTClVas. >rbng5rwp- tt .Legion : ," ,I LOWE; FISH COMPANYPHONE1s1 t 'J y ,Building 1" i 1 Crar Oiaaers, ......_

to JSOKS..-..u., the eminent- Mrs. and fie irasn'C:Still I wouldn't sag Gabge x _. 100'<400 000 120 410 010--9 5 17 7 5'2 I p_ (By JOVE) I PHONE 51 'COMPANY.s----- IO".7U.as.Oar .
Kerthrtp-SUmsoa. fee seemer particularly Impressed and Baker Tonight there will be two contests -:
When Mrs. Xorthrvp came: homeabs with my color schema you think Batteries? M. Tynes ; of diaiBOitdball at Bayview''
bad a great deal to say about the it would look a trifle gory?" Jolly L. Castro and H. Csatro. Park.
seecesstoa 'of rtch and prominent James and Summary: Errors: J. Carbonell I AARON McCONNELL
On it
talking over it AMERICAN COFFEE
The first win be regular Repalaticm: Wrapped PRITCHARDFUNERAL/
men to Washington and New York Leslie agreed that it was Impossible 2, Hill 2, Tynes. Monsalvatge, M. game SX Fleming Street
who c.a tis.a 117 besought her for anyone to know Just BOW paper Lopez; two base hits: Carbonell 2, leagne fracas between the Serv- m erery package Now Offered in 3 Grades,
ice and the Cuban Club tens and
dasgaterB hand. would look on the walls 1IJI.t1llt was Barroso 2. Villareal. Baker, L. HOMESyipathetle
"What does Jane think of James' tried. Mr. Sater was delighted to Castro; stolen bates: Barroso the second game will be between I 0 of STAR, tb 25c;

engagement to Leslie Jennie Dod- learn next day that Mr.SUmson had Demenech. O. Fernandez. Villa- the Leper Funeral Home and the LARGO, Its 18c;

soi asked right out little beforehe Lewis sacrifice hit: Me- Coast Guard Carabasset ootfits. Watch DI..lraed,
decided to experiment a reaL ; PRINTINGDONE V. & S., tt ISc.
Mrs. Northrsp regarded Jennie decided finally on kin colors lathe Collough; doeble plays: Domenech They will be two seven-inning D.elw c..taa

lnt rlafy. "Do yon know 1 forgotto end James himself chose some I to McCollongh; struck out: by !!|games. 4 BY US Bay It At Your Local

tell Jane about that." she said lovely wall papers ta Colonial patterns }Jolly 2, by Castro 1, by Tynes 2i i r Ah Ah Lunn will pitch and a Grocery Store

coolly: 1 must write her at once" and only his study was la red. bases on balls: off Tynes 1, off Wrinkley Ingraham wilt catch for WATCHMAKER JEWEIXH LICENSED EMBALMES

And when this was repeated to James took an enormous pride Castro 1. off Jolly 2; wild pitches::('the locals. Roasted in Key West by
New Co.e.rd.New Concord laughed la the Mansion perhaps partly *.- I Jolly 2. Castro 1, Tynes 2; time]i iI I ARTMATPRESSCitizen A.I..Ws.mc.l .
and laughedbssecond cause It was soften praised ta his of game: 1:20; umpires: Albury,i I I GAMES\ TODAY See Him For Your Next Work STAR COFFEE MILL

? exception was John hearing. In spite of several new and Stickney and Gonzalez. i iI | ALL PRICES REDUCED Street
Harris. 'James SUmMa seemed costly houses In the Colonial styleIt I Bldf.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT 512 Greene
fated 4o)>e disliked by his fathers- was generally agreed to New I AMERICAN LEAGUE I Hears, 9 .. 12-1 to 8 phone 256

la-law.' '- Concord that the SUmson place was LEAGUE STANDINGSI Chicago at Bostoa. 0..ea Sa.-. N1cla.. 51 PI._. K48 Nerer Sb.p
LeslU Joiae* her father one ere- the, most attractive and homelike St. Louis at Philadelphia. I

nlag n he sat on the porch step ia town. I Detroit at Washington. ,

smoking-his pipe, his arms clasped lCoryrirht'Jtit, tlttnl-JT. fonlav LEAGUE Cleveland at New York. I DINE AT THE
aroua.Ms long hear tip,. a4 pets Clmh- W. L. Pet. ,

him ot her esgacement.Today's >. -_. Leslie.-pia.kl'.. ....,.-'''\'':'''', seet.rro. Chicago ___._15 6 .714 NATIONAL LEAGUE PLAZA RESTAURANT

__ '.__ Cleveland _t-13 7 .650 Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. .
#!r---- u ---- Boston .._...._12 9 .571 New York at Cincinnati.

e..se.i..e.e.e.e..e the Duke Endowment, born, in New York _....___IS 11 .565 I Philadelphia at Chicago. 11 yea are accustomed to t

Birthdays;1 t i Warren Co, N. O, 61 years ago. Washington -11 12 .478 i Boston at St. Loais. diaiag'at home, yea will fled '
t r --- Detroit _-._II 12 .478 ::
........................ !f Philip James of New York DOted St. Louis _.-*- 5 14 363 I Five fare wagons were called THE PLAZA a ov.l sad ea- ,

Dr. "z.... W. Abercrombie ef > ompoaft' and conductor born Philadelphia 5 15 .250)'eat to extinguish a fire in the top joyablc ezperiemee.BREAKFAST. _

Alabama noted educator bora ia I'l! at Jersey City N. J, 45 years _'llr I['of a tall palm tree growing in a I 4 "

St. Clair Co.. Ala.. 69 :years ago. ago. NATIONAL LEAGUE I IClnh 'vacant lot in Venice CaL -
W. L. Pet :
W. B. Coleman former : .
Frederick '
I New York 15114 '
J, Theodore Marriner of Maine, Minister to Denmark, born in Brooklyn -...,...____.16 9 .640 MONROE THEATER 'SUPPER

counselor o! the American Embassy -J: Detroit 61 years age Chicago __13 8 .619! : Clark Gable-Claadette Colbert i

in Paris; bern at Portland,j Henri Barb--lamed;: French St. Lom .-13 11542 is IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT I PLAZA RESTAURANT -

Maine. 43 years ago. Pittsburgh -- -t3 14 .481 Randolph Scott-Leslie Carter ia I SO* Dwr l.Stroot '
letters born 62
of ago.
ors years 'Ciieianati ,......_-. 9 1* .409 ,ROCKY MT. MYSTERY I

George G. Allen of'New York [, Ex-King. Alfonso of Spain born Boste* __ C 1* .s08 M t- .t BIcy, lee Ork- : ; l'ilJI
City chairman of the f board of 4? years ajo. e'f Philadelphia 515. .250 tr>, I20 i Night, 15-25

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.........................*...................... eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeBEHIND [ 1 1I LEGALS ...........e.e.......es e
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1- : Notice is hereby given that
........................................... .... TALLAHASSEE, May 17.r thing of the workings of a political BRIDGET ..CECILIA HAUPENNT.

I Represeatatives of electric light campaign that no governor can be ..nd repair permits issued I Now is the time to buy men's''!holder County a*Tas.11 Certificate<11I'" of State Numbered and ........................
Miss Doris Louise Sawyer and power companies made business elected in 1936 who does not have SaS. dated the 2nd day of August.
for hotels and restaurants of "an understanding"* with Light from the office of Harry M. shoes, suggests J. G. Kantor's advertisement 'A. D. mt. has filed said Certificate MISCELLANEOUS
'in my office and baa made application -
Weds Timothy Pit man I Tallahassee after the senate utili- and Power Companies. .He pointed Baker, dicing inspector, during in this issue announcing for tax deed to Issue thereonin WANTED TO BORROW$6.000on

,-- ties committee and Judiciary C, out that to start t>ith the light the week ending May 16, were I the close out on 300 pairs of tificate accordance embraces with the law.following Said Cer-t-,, gilt-edged security. Write

sitting jointly, returned a favor- and power companies operating in made. to t following five !I,guaranteed solid leather shoes. scribed property, situated in Monroe -' of
the bride's sories to match and carried an property "F are The Citizen.
At the home of able report on the Tervin bill to Florida have close to .10,000 .em- The low price placed on this Connty. Florida, to-wlt: I IEH
arm boquet of pink radiancea.. owners for: of SWVi of NEVl of NW i may
grandmother. M.S. :MeUie Papy, on I The matron of honor was place utility regulation under the ployes and that their Ipflaenc"fi- Repairs to Por.h at 610 Duval lot of shoes is surprising to persons i and SEU-ot. NE14 i of NW%, In I
Southard street, in the presence,cf i State Railroad Commission. I nancially reaches Into many an- who know the quality fBeacon's Section s. Township (1 South REPAIRING
ed in yellow flat dress and street. Owner, Mrs.\ J. Carbonell i. .
r crepe ; Range 34 East as revorde4tn .
had f other and above their Peters and other j i *
nationally -
of They expected no such vote recess over
'and large'
group Monroe
relatives: a carried a beautiful bouquet. cost, $_50, County Records in the
Sawyer i .The Tervin bill was introduced j own resources In financing contri- advertised brands on the County of. onro.. State of.1 CHAIR. BOTTOM.REPAIRING-
friends Miss Doris Louise 'I( -Mrs. Pittman is the daughter of : General:>ar.s to 411 Fleming Florida. Book AZ. page 6 St. ,
in the cession. the buttons and support. shoes that are being sold.
early .When j
yesterday' afternoon, 4:30 :i ProbationOfficer, Paul E. Sawyer I street. Owner, Clem C. Price; cost, The assessment of said propertyunder !LI Cain bottoms repaired by Leo-
make-up of the Utilities Commission h There is a variety of styles to the said Certificate I issued! nard Warren, 418 Simonton
o'clock, became the bride of Timothy I"and Mrs. Sawyer and up to the ', chairmaned by Gomez, of] If plans of the State Planning I $500.. select from and they may be had I I was In the name of S. L. Roberta. !i street.' nka14-7tx
floors and walls at Unless said Certificate ahall be!!
Rev. E. R.EVans. .-:,time[ of her marriage was employed Repairsto a 1 [
H. Pitlman. Key West attorney for the Key I Board are possible of executioni I I in sports, combinations black, redeemed according to law tax
with the lelief division of the building Duval street near:
of First Congregational West Electric Company was an-I the magnanimity of the on browns and whites. Practically I I deed will issue thereon on the 4th PIANO TUNING
,: FERA administration as stenog through ;outh rd. Owner, End City day of June IS-
church officiated. i I nounced by Senator Hodges, Ter-I I Federal Administration, Florida's ;ing $50. every wanted size is represented I I I Dated this 'tdDd:; of May A. D.i]i
: rapher.Mr. I company; cost
The bride wore a vin was fearful that his bill would capitol will be greatly expanded I. HOld-I'I in this group.PEVIEWS. 1533. I PIANO TUNER Laureano Moreno -
the I
flat and; Pittman is manager of New roof on garage at 'Circuit Court Seal.
sped! dress of white crepe white I Southern Bell Telephone company, receive a favorable consideration before the next legislature hama street. Owner, Mrs. ROSS C. SAWYER. I Excellent piano for sale
carried an arm bouquet of .When he introduced his bill he ; meets. .The Supreme Court will I Clerk of the Circuit Court. Monrve cheap. 101S Division street.
showered with stephan 0 Lis. j, branch in ,Key West. Both of the : ., i jamin Lopez; cost $350 I VIEWS and County, Florida.
lilies asked that it be referred to Utili- be enlarged. .Existing space in aprZ2-lmo
attended by i high contracting parties have a i iI I General repairs at 517 White- raay3-lt-17-24-31

Miss Sawyer Johnson was as-bridesmaid I host of frienUs in Key West, who 1 1I ties and Judiciary C., of which he both buildings is wholy inadequate head street. Owner, Milton Evans; >OTICK OF APPLICATION FOR
Miss is chairman. .He then asked demands. .On
for present
attendedby will wish them a happy life. i cost, $100. TAX DEED
and the groom was I Senator Hodges to add two more the State Chemistry
i top of this I
Theodore Russell best man. I IMlL I After'the ceremony held after a which merrv the reception -I members. .Tervin. was cautious "[ Building will be erected and .SS.SS...SS..S.....SS.SS I WHAT TWtY MT VWCTUtO WT44T OO WtOMO BRIDGET Notice! ls hereby gIven that BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
B. C. Papy was matronof I was: CECILIA HALPENNV.I Hour, Day or Week. Repairall
.He did! not press for a report including I holder as assignee of
railway other improvements. a State and;
to the -
honor. The uride was given In newly weds proceeded until he was certain that his bill Today In History Hugh S. Johnson former NRA County Tax Certificate Numbered i I i makes and paint them with
her uncle E. V. Saw-.I station accompanied by several |, State Library building may come I chiefs all; ; dated the 2nd day of Au u.t.' Nu-EnameL We a full
marriage by I carry
!, or relatives and friends would be favorably recommended to pass. .In that event capitol removal -t.Ss ss A. D. 3524, has filed' said Certificate;i
score "To hand of to
Mrs. Sajryer. came pieces paper supply of parts. Agent for the
yeT, *htf, with 'I .The vote was five against, seven ;! will be made increasingly in my office, and has made appliestlon -
from Miami to attend the to w ish. them a happy honeymoon I for. I 1727-Died-Catharine L., Empress people and declare it money has for tax deed to issue thereon, Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.And
which will take them to the I[difficult. of Russia. in accordance with law. Saidtificate Crr-1,
cere-I' trip never worked in the history of sell them as low as $5.00
embraces the ,
monTeThe bridesmaid wore a I principal cities and points of interest I the whole world." scribed property, situated following In Monroe de-- down and $1.00 per week. We
in the state.'niD.,14 Although many previous at-I Carlton has privately ad- i j County Florida. to-wit:
Doyle _
flat crepe gown with acces-I 1642-Montrea'', founded. ... 11I Buy and Sell all makes of used
pink lot 4 of Go
tempst have been made to place Lat Z. i. See-
__ I Itt i vised inquiring: friends that he I ,- 1. )<.0I W. .ltB9r.h.: U. 'S 1 ,fro.. .gewnshlp Cl South. ,,,,.Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
', : electric company' rate making under :'has no intention of making the I 1C66-Newant';N*:J" '.foun' deZl Ida\; ;' -, '"-.1' ...a.; ..J't'CIO..ed rn Stow.rs company. 515 Duval
the raihoad commission all -- """" mE'Ceu ns.JRbori.'eta. '
Miss''prothy Grtagiies:Hostess as I'race for.,Governor. .The senate 'by Connecticut colonists. "nourishthe belief thaT in of .M MoOaof. .:. .. It apriUf

I j other utility rates are, report on.| has killed bill proposing a Flor- I I, thendsound common"sense;'both Florida W i i$.{.l>a'". .:, ', : > ,- 5-
the Tervin bill they best 'that 'I The < VWiY-', .;04.>
aw said
A.i Jl hfl'li l "up an was' ida..NBA. .Three weeks ago a 1864-U. S. .P, talMoney Or a e.. d.. the under thaid ,;:trtffif ate 5'ber'.'tsspet.t _
has*eve> been done. .But' it was, II .c
Yj :
Jr representative of Washington estaoHshett.1'1 I'ii iif nV tir. was's' theUnless'ij'd Mite Warts. ,
) f.t. ;| I der'system pr ft( '"} 1I -:
.,... but short-lived. At the request *ju- \ '
"V. '
i ,
t. -T.A. NRA to Florida hopeful that : i
came: : '
t| f "j c-uhC< irl&! PLAZA
Mfss DdYofWy Louise Ortag ..,UII*' s Pl '- ,.. .Lw, }f IilOrd'j of Chairman Gomez, 'of the Utili': he, could impress legislative lead- I ,1930-Allied Reparation Conv., Beytrap4oelI, HouRpbti. I redeemed: according t.Ia- -.>'4Jut':, .

with .a. Isabel Johnson, Marguerite Committee,' the bill was 're- deed will Issue there* oft :.Iketih,
delightfully:entertained Nathalie ,], referred to committee, for "fur-j ers"and, the Governor to support. mission to collect Germany's war I I : leaders.. 5 day of June A. D. HJi. SANDWICH SHOP
Wednesday evening at. Eugenia Rosam .He failed. .It is no secret that ended. "A representative
party on Marshall 1 I ther indemnity, !, great many Dated this 3rd day of SlayA. D. 503 DUVAL STREET
Sardnic, Mary hearings" .And this is what !
Alice :
White street in: I' the NRA would like 1531.;: 1 1
her home, 913 Washington industries have gone even further
Marshall Joan Marshall, brought to Tallahassee! the I' Circuit Court Seal. .
Rose power i Where U REAL MONEY
birthday to state similar 1932-John H. Curtis, Norfolk humanitarian for their
honor of her fourteenth I see agenciesof_ a in projects ROSS C. SAWYER : 5c
anniversary. 'j,i Alice Salgado. company officers and spokesmen,: nature, so as to avoid Federal shipbuilder, confessed to Lind.:I employes than in those now advocated -'i CIrrk of the Circuit Court Monroe
'' WUIred-Valdez, Garth Adams, .But the bill is in Tervin's hands I I County. Florida.J .
Dancing was Indulged in with' courts. .It would place code making bergh hoax.Today's. i by the Government." I II BARBECUE' SANDWICHES 5
: may3-ie-17-I4
Lewis, F. Yardo D. as chairman of the Joint Committee I C
besides Sejerrico I ..
various games played, in the hands of the Governor, I ---- I I at h' '"
entertain:: Steadman, N. Saunders N. Johnson and he is not expected to per-: .S...S..S..SSSSSSSSCSS Tobacco experts recommend
many other forms of : make him a virtual dictator. .1: I I Hamilton Fish, member of the'
during the occasion., E. Espinola Earl McDonald, mit its consideration further at j Final introduction of the bill by 1 I House from New York i iI naphthalene flakes as an effective HOME MADE SOUPS 5c

ment put refreshments on were served ;,, Bob Pittman, Maynard Victor I the request of Utilities! which have'' Senator MacWIlliams was Horoscope I "Both the Administration and 1 I means for combatting worms in at 0..0....._......
Delicious ; more
1: Lowe, Chester Stirrup, Edward known all too well that the bill : .......SSs.............. !, plant beds.
the many guests present.In Charles' of a gesture to favor code ad- the Congress have become a madhouse -I: :i LARGR PONY OF
Dick Hernandez wa in the hopper since the first : l-
contests conducted Edward:' Stickney, 'I ; ministrator Walter Hawkins, of This is a loving and agreeable :: attempting one radical experiment ( DRAUGHT BEER 5 C
:Pntchard Charles Rogers, Evelio days of the cession is certain that '
and Wilfred Valdez were than else. nature to find hanpiness 'on of another." KEY WESTCOLONIAL
Stickney 'I Jacksonville anything ; disposed top
( I II.
Joseph Rob-! the bill is on safe ground. I
awarded prizes. The honoree received -,I Valdez. Lazo Henriquez, I .The St. Johns solon knew all in the ordinary: routine of life. I! I II HOTELIn OVERSIZE ,SURPRISE 5

numerous gifts, and all!"'erts, M. Mcllugh, Joe I I.too well that the bill had not the Portions of the day will bring power SANDWICH. at .. C
George Henriquez, C. Jaycocks, Utilities face another serious : FOR HIGH QUALITY ,
themselves I
attending expressed most remote chance to and authority under
enjoyed the: Eugene Wilson', Eugene Fabal, fight. .That is on a railroad commission I pass. accom-J the Center of the Businessand 8 oz. GLASS OF SWEET
thoroughly good
panying tspects. and 5c
having of the occasion. I|Jr., L. Camus, Eddie Wilson, a! inspired bill that will place :I include rather arbitrary I Developing Printing Theater District MILK at ......m.. .
festivities a
I P. Hogebcom, Jr.. Paul Mesa. I the burden of costs of investigating -'I Seventy five per cent of the :1 -See-:
contradict the general I
were: and thus : I
Those present Mrs. Her membership of the house is First Cla._FireproofSensible. Bag of Saratoga
: Large
Mrs. Samuel Dobbs, II rates by the 'commission on :
At-: 5
Levina This shouldbe
Nell Rose Gwynn Marguerite. man Richardson, Irs. Waldo John the shoulders of the utility com,.I'pledged to support an old age tendency to tolerance. avoid loss I' Estevez Photo Studio Rates Potato _Chips ...... .. C
guarded avainrt to a I
Rosalie Lopez :
well, '
bilL .It is believed that Dural
: Mrs. William Dominguet, panies, as is done in most other pension
Mollie: son, there seem to
of friends. tho'igh
Dorothy : I i A of Potat. Chip
Taylor, portion
Mrs. Bertha Garcia. Miss M. Fer- states. :I fully fifty percent memI -
Woody. Edna Riggs, Norma Riggs,' be no indications of special! ua- I I erred free o. all taaJwicaet
Inandez. Miss.LulaJCazen, Mrs. J.:I I bers of the senate are likewise;: so I -
:I I
Lilla Gomez. fortune.
Weatherford I CURB SERVICE
Carat Elevator
Shirley Hernandez,I i Russell, Mrs. F. Saunders, Mrs. R. Political observers see in the : pledged and committed. .In spite PAL'ACE .
Dolores '
Eileen Lord, ,' Knowles Miss Katie Pinder, MissL. :.' legislature's failure to place light,i of this it seems highly improbable I Popular Pries I -

Shirley: Almyda Della, Mary May Castro Pierce, Lopez and Mrs. Lazo.. ,and power rate regulation under::I that the legislature will be able to George O'Brien in I ----- .

Felia Castro -
the state the making of the real, evolve a pension system worthy iOf THE DUDE RANGRR -'-- -- -

-- ._- -- issue in the forthcoming guberna- the name. .What with schools
Sidney Blackmer-Marta
Mrt. fallings I torial campaign. .There is grave I demanding $5.500,000 over and in GREAT Sleeper
Moonlight chance that the assembly may not above last year's appropriationsfor I
jt' Local ClubAUrading Visiting Here dispose of the question due to the each of the succeeding two icii; if435J.eka.IIIe' I 10015ca Nights 15-25c P&O: : UNITED STATES FAST

I fact that many other pressing':years, with additional money required MAIL ROUTES FOR

wide interest|, lira. Eleanor Hellings. for1ingrly measures of vital importance are for matching indirectly i.eadI. HsteI"
of Key West but who has much further advanced to require' FERA relief grants. increased pay I PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

throughout the city is the Gala been making her home in California -; the time remaining for their satisfactory for state employes and a hundred THE SEMINOLEJa i LEE BAKER'S Effective March 18th, 1935

Carnival Moonlight Dance to be: for a number of years ar-i disposition. and one odd demands for FlmrUm II Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays,

given at the Habana-1 adrid Club rived in Key West this week for money, it is found almost impos- OH"". B. GRiEfl.Maaa&er: MEAT MARKETHENS 12:20 P. \. t

evening, May: 18. I I a stay of several weeks. StatemeQt was made last week sible to get revenues necessary A human home-like inntltution. ; 'Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays
on Saturday I where you will find r.ur ln4UM alrt.mff.Tt Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays I
This is looked upon by the man- .I Mrs. Hellings will be glad to i by one Floridian who knows some-t[for pensions. mm* entertainment. m. malI i I 6:30 p. II.I I ITicluU
friends at the ter of great Importance.Bverjr AND FRYERS
agement of the club as the biggest meet her many I Recerratioa ..
affair given to attract this season hundreds.and Music is expected -!:I[home Dr. and of:Mrs.her nephew J. Y. Porter and at niece the I CAMP OPEN TOCOLORED MANY ATTEND I' A steal.. t.e fIr.pr..f.eart bulidlug., t.e city Ite" I I Pork Sugared Ham Cared Pork Ham Shoulder I'I Dock .P.... 71 {I

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J. H. COSTAR. A t.
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Waddell and Alberta streets.
for dancing will be provided by I home I Spring Lamb Nice Veal I I -

the Habana-Madrid Club's own 1 BOYSColored REMOVAL SALE Room with Combination Tub]I Santa fct Fresh Liver _
that will be long I and Shower Itath. Radio Electric j
novelties' enjoyable one
and .
orchestra; !
: Ceiling ian. Slat Door for Summer Spare Rib
I remembered. I I Ventilation. Comfortable Reds with'I
are being planned. I this event which I Mattressea o' Inner Spring Congtructlon -] All Ingredient for So..eWE ;
Those who attend this event Reservations for boys may apply for enrollment Grand Removal Sale and Individual Reael-, .': .
will be given souvenirs, favors! should be made early, states the : in the Civilian Con-: opened yesterday morning at the ing Lamps. i t..:"' f T Ta
and be secured attracted hundreds of I I ARE OPEN SUNDAY \ ;.1 :
serpentines, horns. hats all of management can servation Corps it was announced Hub Store RATES. ;
calling 220. a who visited this store Single]! ,MORNINGS
by yes-
which to make the evening an I :; buyers
go this? morning by. Mrs. Nina Ryder 7H II*..!., Private Bath ,.' S3.M; .
---.J.L: terday'and today. M KMMII. Private Bath .. :.. 3.55 I
-- --, -4. -." :--- : Johnson, director of the. social Those-who attended this sale 4* !<_.,.. Private-,Bath. ..,., jM, ,rho.. $,. .FretRfi>> ,
.. .:. 5 ... S S S S .. :.. n.._.. Private Bath ._..._ XS9 i
S S S !
.. S S S S
f ; 3 2H I service department ther KEy the irstutwo days were .convinced !. Sample It*..... private Bath 4..*!: :822 Fleming Street I
I .p.$ : West Administration. is the 'that; The/ Hub is. selling! men's SLiGhT IM'HKAS: """' nOCCIPAMIY DOt-BLCI'' As

1 first time that a quota f r'colored clothing,at prices far below 'cost "
-asa- ...u.S.SSSSUS.SS I .SS .SSSLsw .\ I,persotm-Sn' Key West "'has! been This is being done to clear thepresent ..J,.. __. ...r' .._. ',_" ..1 ,.,

Mrs. ;tia "hQ.t.tk Cof Carl'given out by the Washington. of stock of merchandise in J r' ,

ing with relatives in Miami\ t4J Foreman Aldtitfh; left yesterday j fice. I order that the,new store can be f

few returned yesterday. afternoon for a visit. with. relatives -'t 'A request for' a" 'quota for I stocked with ,an entire new supply /
a in Jacksonville. [:colored boys has been made each I of high quality merchandise. w4-J
I zy
Gilbert Thompson who was at I i L time data have been asked for by I The results of the half-page ad- _

home recuperating from injuries 1 J. W McDaniel, who was formerly I the Washington office Mrs.\ vertisement in The Citizen more ,

received in an automobile: accident stationed In Key West as;:Johnson said, but this is the first:than pleased the management. Mr. ,__ '. '

on the keys left yesterday electrician with the railroad, arrived -I'I time it has been possible for j 1 Mendell states that those who 1

afternoon for Islamorada. yesterday to relieve Electrician [ colored persons to apply. for enlistment -I have already called at the store ... :t

Fred Ruter, who went to in the corps. I actually bought more than they 1 ICE / ,

Mess Harriett Johnson daughter West Palm Beach for a brief stay.E. The same rules governing en- needed realizing that these prices In USE 4 ,

of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond listment by white persons apply I will never be offered, again. I 4c
I M. Smith manager of the to the enlistment for colored per )

Johnson short vacation, who at was Miami spending Beach a I, Railway yesterday Express afternoon company for left I social sons. service Boys shonld department enroll at of the the J' )RIAI IT'S PURER! [;? "It.stoo: late to do anythingHecgoingtornarryHer'

with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and! Jackson-I I ? -ru LASTS LONGER!
5rs. James Johnson, returned yule to accompany Mrs. Administration immediately. 6663 6 6 6 !
who will remain there for a visit. 3 days I
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yesterday. > I I I Floriculturists have perfected COLDS I ICE REFRIGERATORS

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geiger ]
I a chemical indicator for determining -
,!MrsAlice T. Brown arrived. few weeks .T.bhts I Made of all metal-equip*
,who were spending a whether soil contains f-r.1 Jay. i
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I Ides! If. In, !
yesterday, from St. Augustine and I i with relatives, left yesterday for acidity or alkalinity. TONIC" LAXATIVE I ( ped with WATER COOLERS Lj % This sharp realization came.to Alison'Rede even s.,
wilt he.the. guest of Mrs. JamesAdamsat ,, accompanied Billy' ,
Miami. by ._ ,
t word and
-- --------- instinctively felt that of
-- she gesture
the home Waddell; every
on :; Roberts, young son of ) \-. and: They're Economical

A uue. -{' Mrs. Roy Roberts, who will spend I I 1 the woman behind her was false, insincere. ,

1'I,a while with It( '. and_ Mrs.\ Geiger' 1 tIi': 100 Per Cent Refrigeration .But Daphne Sumers, her father's fiancee was.

Ei; 'B. Calvert, of the United and other relatives. I I iI i Satisfaction r I II *
State Weather Bureau who was I 11n'r1 acidly sweet before his approving eye$. On of many

visiting in Key Weal for two I Ant lin Fernandez arrived yesterday Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! I ''J1- Priced atIL' tense situations in-

days. left yesterday afternoon I I morning from Miami to

for Tampi;: !II attend the graduation exercises at 1 30 fld.35
the Convent of Mary Immaculate '

Mrs. Howard Booth. mother of'i yesterday,when his daughter Miss AGAIN KANTOR IS OFFERING A BIG CLOSE OUT ON : E : ;

Mrs. I!. S. McCIanahan, who was i Celia Fernandez was graduated.Miss 300 PAIRS MEN'S SHOES-Guaranteed Solid Leatherin 1 III EASY TERMS-10 DAYS WkIITn'1 S

visiting the McCIanahan family in I ---- I Sports, Combinations, Black,, Brown and White; in, ; I'' FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S Z %

Key West for two weeks, left y_. Isabel Duffy and Mrs. A'! .
.: the famous Beacon, Peter'sand
terday afternoon for her home in Wfoodburn arrived yesterdayfrom ICE CO.Phone .

Tampa. Marathon for a visit with:1 I other standard brands; 5 ,

I I. relatives and friends.A. : regular $3.00,. $3.50 and $4.00 $1 .9 I "{1t INC. 1'' '. the new serial story by Evelyn: M. Winch

Major Wv W. Rhein U. S. A. Shoes, at ____ ..-- No. 8U'IHIrr
commandant at Key West Barracks I R- Miller superintendent of Starting Monday, May 20

and Mrs. Rhein, left yesterday ., the P. and O. S. S. company who
for Tampa where they will'I left on the S. S. Cuba Wednesday J. G. KANTOR Inc. :.: In :.:

visit for a few days and then for a business visit in Havana, ,
proceed to Atlanta. Ga. They will:i returned on the ship yel'tudaYj'I I .

be absent for several weeks I,'afternoon.. __ i .'- -- I f................6................................

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