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 21, 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: UF00048666:00020
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For Associated Be! t 55 Interests Years Service.Press Devoted of, Key Day West to Wire the be l{t!' W" cst (( itt?cn most range country Key West equable of; only with Florida weather 14'an Fahrenheit average has in the the i


Politicians: Focusing Eyes OnCpprsSwing < :'''PEASANT--- -- MOTHERS i, GLAS&BALIS FOUND ON BEACH- 1AY. 1 Roosevelt's; Attitude On Bonus Issue .I


To LiberalismRepublican ,

,;SAYS NAZI REPORT -.:- I II !'[ Has Great t Bearing On 1936 I Campaign
.-- Sealed hollow glass: balls gore I| which hare taken place in the vicinity .

I recently found by B. E. Brantley, of Japan recently. _
Senator's Sup. OUTLINE PROGRAM WOULD INCREASE: MOTHERJHOOD ,floating near South Beach. Two I I I If those recovered in Key : --- -

of these recovered Mr.,! are really tome which i came from' ARRANGING TO ( PASS BILL FORPENSIONING
were by : .Is Universal
port Of Various PoliciesOf i;FOR ACTIVITIES i t BY RELIEVING WOM Brantley, brought to the city and f the coast of Japan they have made I lit. : Expectation -
la i long voyage it waa said by a
'New Deal' Arouses' I EN OF VARIOUS BURDENS i, are now in the office of The,jn i itical expert today. Following:I Ii I OPEN CLASSES I 1C CITY That Chief Executive

JULY, NOW IMPOSED UPON THEM Citizen. .i the windings of the Japanese current -
FOURTHJF ,; Supposition is that these I from the country from which ] IN i i Will Be NextYear's
I r spheres are some of those which. I he stream gets its name, to ARTWORK

KAPPA PI CLUB MAKING. ARRANGEMENTS By RUDOLFJOSTEN I have floated from Japan in theKeaEtern I II fornia, then down the coast C.li-I i Nominee

I (Uy A..oriat i.r.... ( hemisphere to America in i I through the Panama Canal which i I( : I
HERBERT PLUMMER I FOR NUMER- I STL:;1 lift,' Uermaiiy, aiay 21. ,; the western hemisphere and which[, was said to be the logical course I II I PLANS FOR ACTIVITIES ARE. In,, A.t.... Press/

Enr Aaiu elate4 )Owe... -Hard .. j were first seen in port towns and i j into the waters on this side east TALLAHASSEE Fla. May 1
: ana tuanuoid
WASHINGTON, May 21.-Ananaly ] watering places on'the California:
ward then toward Yucatan. .
west .. .
Hi/me anu ece4.'e larm vurk. 21.-The Senate ( l !> !* He Aw djiej
DURING CELEBRATION I t i cons t, i j ji I and from here in a northeasterly LEONARD. DIRECTOR ,easscd I j I'r... aahiBglMf
*!. of the vol. in the .nato Ii are hard responsible for the low J i
i Ii birth rate ana niga: inlant mortal- A number of newspapers J i I direction of the coast! of Florida.I I.I a bill by Senator Arthur \ Toe democratic Lila command
on the Norris bill designed to I throughout the country have carried -!!' The number of miles covered in I 0.LOCAL GALLERY 1
ity Germany's >> Gomez of Monroe has
among peasant pop- I County bail 1936 very muck in mindin
strengthen the Tennessee Valley Kappa Pi Club plans for a' uiAtion uy Ira; Maria ifurgotai- articles explaining that! the the travels of these globes; on the I I II
; lee, educational leader of toe voluntary -I globes are of the kind: which are various currents, provided they did; I authorizing system of pensions II its maneuvering over tKe
Authority again bring to the gala Fourth of July celebration'tgok"on' j uced: as floaters on the nets and come;I| from the coast of Japan can- Plans for opening a class in i
labor for for bonus
service:: gins.To I. setup city employe i..e. That explain a
I, 'added' 'ttol '" ; seines of fishermen and I 1
fore the liberal attitude. r yesterday j Snciease"'mothe.tiood Japanese >>net be given but an approximateestimate ,
1 tOWartf1I I afternoon'wheel'fafl"IEoope'ration' !Kevinghaim'raus '* 'fcy became drlodged daring the severe J'j'';' places the Dumber; art as soon as achool.recesaeatfog: .1 of Ke .We.t. a'..great deal.
**.....' '' i*.* : especially I I at'j i+ 1 -
deal- lefUtationt-teing d-
storms and otter disturbances 9.000.
was'' offered 'the ''organization1 by':'pea>cjit'women/of tneir daily burden 'possibly the'-tittmmer were,,/outlined ,this: I .Tha.nsployea': er.ielfidals I t (it U..tit, anivral ..expectationrv.

played by Capper'of'KantaOrV-. the, 'FEKA' Admihistratioft! I j *-fa one of the primary task morning by-'StewardLeonard,' director -".s.'+.m.ld be i retired '.....*. -tnef ..Roo*.velt.:will be next

L F pvMic'a<<..- ? j ;,T h,1. ?pl Uufgstaller,the labor'aernee'says. lord. : ris, Frau SOVIETS RECONsTRUcr FAMILY LIFE .1 of the: Key".West:'Att>Gallery !-\.following, plant > '- .. '..."d.in*.r tio -iDe.. Yet ..fh.
] +
let-theelub! 'have the' ,
Tho",Krht'try-halred "ab.tOf'j< 1 1'ommetania. East Prussia and i'i 1" ><'u..With,20, .,J '
I yeare..contin.oar oa.the.bon..e ie.-I and
of tlie''Cotattble e Casine'andf'S&lesia' 'Were'declared "agricultural to student* of tltrKeyWest,
L from' >> *' .ijse .
Kanu, *erviat his thirdterm generously offered 'to help 'out} emergency' distriCts"' and accorded DESPITE ACUTE HOUSING SHORTAGE Senior High SchooL '-I'>:as.rvke-'f;(lye per ..ocat of,! w jpabiicly j oLJiarBtony with tna It

come up for reelection next special consideration: by .1 1 ... '
with sports activities. i j monthly salary.Fifteen overwhelm!!*! majority of his
I the women's labor( service last MiLeonard! spoke tohe:
year. For ono running; on a re..j Ray Curry of the recreation; Itr As *etate4 Press) !
continuous in
: years [ party confre
year. students during their chapel ex
I. 1 claim fair I
JOHN LLOYD to sized
By lay a
ular republican ticket in department, plans to stage Infant may II
presidential Mortality Alarming"The
a i.I are-I i MOSCOW, May 21..-The f smily! oom. i( ercises. He spoke for a few service at forty per cent. i In the house, the Patman bill
gatta during the low birth rate of 19.1! per
1 1
year his support of various '!, Each family has its individual minutes on various phases of art,|; Fifteen service, but :;got 247 democratic votes, to 65
l.COO inhaoitanta of farms, coiu- i ie twinging- back into its own in years _
South Beach waters. Sailboat,] I '
j table shelf and store in the
i iaro.ed joint'kitchen.
''' its relationto democratic
"new deal" policies has 'l, -red with 19.6 in 1'ommeranian touching on practical votes against it. In the
[speedboat, and cruiser races will. the Soviet Union and the state I I.I. Isdumping Ten or fifteen hou&eIwhej -. not continuous. twenty-five.
cities, necessitated quick relief other fields in the present; ( senate, 43 democrats supported it,
pecnlation. :I I may''le found in there at (
[l feature the administration's part all | per cent.
]I; plained. I.| new responsibilities cooking family dinners. world and emphasizing the use to: 'I and only 21 voted in opposition,
Consider with whom he cast his': of the Independence Day proi'gram. i measures," Frau Burgsialler ex-' once j '
t!' j i I i j Ihe fireside. i 1 f The prepared mraU are taken which it has been put. Ten or more years but not I What kind of platform plank
inquiries A more alarming picture was ;
lot on the TVA measure: His Already_ numerous -i:''given' of infant mortality, deaths i| Children no longer are regarded to the family abode for consump-!' An organization meeting; for: continuous, fifteen per cent. | can be written on that subject bv:
been received
j[ have concerning -: tion. After dinner a few
(1 hundred i the senior school will the convention which
name is to be found averaging 19.1 in every high group is expected
alongsidesuch -- -
: the sailboat dashes and,, a. government charge Th.t are made and the room become::; ,Ito
'1'born. Deaths among expectant be held in the'gallery, corner of renominate Mr.\ Roosevelt
liberals of his party as Norris -lit I is expected that no few' contestants mothers also was appalling high> i*. if they get into mischief itisn't In chamber.turn a parlor and finally a bed- Duval and Caroline streets Tues- EXPECT VERDICT i The question would be senou
I iI |
upstate' with 2.34 cent, the day morning. June 4. Mr. Leonard
will be from
of Nebraska. Johnson of California I per averages_ the school. system which: i ie'I _. - enough if matters coukl be kept
when the signal is given to cherni! for peasant women being 1.37 per said. The meeting will start at THIS EVENING BYCORONER'S
Nye of'North Dakota; and : cent. i' blamed bat lack: of training at' MASONIC BODIES 10 a. m.Just has'' they are, and the issue: : finnJ;

water. s r Last year's efforts at remedying ,home. -1'I 1 1i ; what kind of work Is to disposed of by a presidential

the Progressive La Follette of I Several beautiful silver CUlls;! the situation in these euier-. j i be undertaken by the group will JURYCASE : veto. There u a widespread ronj -

Wisconsin and the Farmer-La- will be offered as regatta prizes.1''gency' districts were described in i Parents wHo neglect this training \WILL ARRIVE IN be determined after the first j viction however, that the sit ua-

Local mariners will no doubt,I!: i-rliu Burg aller'a |inual leport can be taken to court. Fathers),i;, meeting.: The art students probably i tion will get .worse front a party

borite Shlpstead of Minnesota.For \ !I applaud the Recreation Depart-' as "having been brought vfc good CITY ON FRIDAYi will be required to procure'' PERTAINS TO YOUTH |'view1Oint, and that nut-7ur i ii! -
ment's latest announcement as] step forward." :!l who don't provide for their chi !-I their own material which will be bonus advocate, will bv'etrongienojgh ;

.. a republican from. Kansas i. much water has flowed) under the!j. There were 18,000 girlsin 1y5labor dten's! upkeep can'be.sentts.prl*-i I -;- , to" be foun1t"Trfl3ch"a""group is bridge since ewnpetitive tiller'skill camps' for wo 1 llt"ine'end study to be followed will dependat f- SATURDAY NIGHT I! What then?
was displayed: or outboard motorboats of 1934. Nearly 70 camps sere'son. |!1 i least in part on the wishes of Springfield Pow-Wow

something 19 write .home about. I and other power craft vied,. in 1'ouimerania, each housing ,WILL BE ENTERTAINED the students themselves. I VAL AND ANGELA:" STREETS *
( Be Jailed
Youngsters May j 1|
No similar event has
J years
with each other for Island City's, I
about 90 girls while 32 camps Tomorrow morning Mr. Leon-!
Renomination Fight Seen 1 titles.LEGION I| Finally the children themselvescan AT LUNCHEON SHORTLY'AFTER I been to well advertised as the
sailing each were operated in East 1'rua lint will speak to students of th?!
be tried and into jail (June conference of mid-we ru
Political gossip in Washington Ilia and Silesia respectively, the ARRIVAL Key Went Junior High: School Possibility o' a verdict being,'
if they were A recent i republican at Springfield III
has it that Capper's liberal ten-j-I POP.py. I others being scattered; over the government decree adults. lifted immunity -s during their chapel exercises. A: reached: this evening by the co'ro-I, .Months ago the tip was ti.*. em'inated .
1 while reich. I class for them is to be Flatted j ''
ner's death
from criminal punishment jury investigating the around Washington to
dencies are finding a reaction; "Much being said about Wednesday morning June 5, !
is ::
DAY SATURDAY 1 for all children over the age. of> Upward: of 40 members of Scot- atfCHORAL of Miguel; Angel Soto, 13yearoldboy watch out for the "young i .
said Frau Burgstailer, "but 10 o'clock. ;
the members of his race
among partyin ,
12. ti h Rite Maasonic bodies are ex- [ publican" movement in the weI I.
I i who died '
fulfillment of this task cannot be shortly after receiving :
Kansas and the middle west.i Mothers\ fathers and kiddies: | Petted to arrive in Key West Friday i I When the proposal for the Sprin,
demanded from the German I injuries sn automobile acci-
peas i
are thus beginning to realize that morning and remain over un- GROUP ;(! field conference emerged from
John M. Hamilton national MEMBERS OF LOCAL ORGAN- ant woman if we don't help her dent Saturday night was voiced at ..
I( when the state! recognizes, the til Saturday afternoon. They will J}I that movement the worda

committeeman from Kansas, a I IZATION' MAKING PLANS prepare Wives for At motherhood.Hands'There ;I family as bulwark. of society it' come in response to a meeting ofmembers. PLANSMEETING the county court house this morn passed that this gathering would

prime mover in the midwest con- j 'Hired farms in j is not a matter to be taken lightly.) .of this jurisdiction which | ing. f produce a real honesttogoodnerevival .

ference of republicans from 10 FOR ANNUAL EVENT J Pommerania are 160,000 to FrauBurgstaller's I Joseph Stalin, the paramount' was called by James Donn 33rd The jury went in session at 4 of the republican party
Ji communist, took no half-way step: degree deputy of the Supreme o'clock yesterday afternoon and No clear explanation of the rci-;
states scheduled to meet in Spring- i figures, 130,000 be-I he decided to place emphasis Council in South Florida.In SESSION TO BE HELD son for this publicity build-up < '

field. Ill-, in June has aroused the Saturday is Legion Poppy Day ing operated without any addi-'Ion t home influence. It mattered addition to the convocationthere TO.I continued for several hours. A yet available. Apparently all the I

interest tional help except for the farmen been; will be 'reunion with visiting NIGHT ,IN MUSIC number of witnesses were exam- mid-we! of politicians by his an- and members of the American: I j little if the family had once '
nounced intention to exclude cer- Legion Auxiliary of Key West > wives. "This means an"aver-'pooh-poohed. Communists whocan't brethren bringing their candidates ON SIMONTON STREETThe ined and it was decided to recerc do was to adopt a set of "paris-
annual'axle. .work-day of 16 hours, the. rise to receive degrees which will! i until this afternoon it principles" (drafted well in ad.
tain are making plans for the. : above themselves and bq use I
from the
republicans revealed I;I
so- report adding: ( I
he conferred by Chester F. Wright. vance), announcing their o.m
i pick I out their errors are "patent ; would be impossible to conclude''[I
called'"grass roots" gathering.Hamilton's : "Such burdens make it hardly 33rd degree; secretary of the ; views.. That this declaration W > .j I i
Tomorrow afternoon at 4 leather communists he said and. Lake ,
possible for peasant women to fuL, second in the series, of the uaD1ination} lag n..iiltt. .. ,, '
move to restrict the o'clock members SawV I Worth bodies. be in general terms was taken f o"
to in
worthy be heM
of ,Arthur l thcir; tasks as wives.and moth- scorn. : three organization meetings to This afttrdAbd 'i 'f jurors. ;1 I :,
!fijl! ,: J ,
The visitors
expected to ar-
delegates to the ,Springfield meet-! yer Post 28 4uxily unit arci> to, !, Recogufzed as one of the prinj are form a mixed choral group/: in Key: senrblewl i ib 'ofTi!e'of'Pt'af i us- granted.
'meet in'ihe' WlJ at which time,..all.arrange'me'nU ers.' T"j. ,. n :i-V: ."' j cii al obstacles to rive I by train *t 1:50 in the morning : Sogth, republicans expressed) K
ing to "real" republicans ''whvi' ( ,, r In'the good family life r eat win be held Parting: at TijO: lice Rogelfo Gothe'. coVipnor? ; eofficico :*-,
bbojliKfgicc' asizihour.aay1is11
will: be made and'' : woolen ;! ; iJt i the the and will attend a luncheon dissent long' beforehand. to wiseorthW'kjparentjnirpoaes
is! : !! < housing shortage. So ; o'clock tonight in the musIc tti-. ,and the Jxaatmatton! ot
have opposed tht""pea'deaY",, 1A'this I i split! ,,,, belttevnhousewokand1 which is to bv in readiness for thf'ir'IIrri'l'aL > of tit.meeting .
I zones assigned'for.the.pIe.. !n t J > } Authorities have given a new impulse -' dio at 414'Simonton street the other witnesses lean? ; It, is
interpreted liege.byipohtictansasn i \ ; ', g itritabnrj in the At 2 o'clock degree work t '' ,; .: ] ;;"'knd started a movem't:
is of the mwt. iaiportant to building ordering ( The 'firs muting heb ;tat:
) one con, was tilt?
'that sesion. ,.,
fj jehi s ,Then hogicwolkconsistschie il'lInp') it '
proliablecflol'ttp; (( : : ,the ewents of forjthe'.auxiliaries I < ,.ctrUIIt.i9R. of 97 wilt,begin and continue throughout! ; wheif- l' 'pPn f oh Went 1 I to combat A grou'p'bff e-i-rtr:ne4en
,pppofc ] : ,thej, year! !: (ry L for ..,child apartment houses night *'ever : be receis'ltI1Wlstil ,atI pv111e_ SqJa1: ?
{, ,wnfK )
tie afternoon.
$ of
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.'J I l it i that, all qn Moscow the studio to discuss'with a
this to
Kansas- senator'', renonination; ; fS ,(hoincJ c.c.p'n, )laundering and KiendnFARMERS' ', ;. year. j Dinner wiil be served all Srot- I been reedided and >4.ve. ; i.ietn- .I their own From the western .independent -
f .members will attend. .{)fW .mesUnjj. Kitchen Quarrel In Court George Mills White director Vf' rived at.
The man most prominently rtVen- .
iya ti- member which ;jncl.dell|
h Rite I I de"laTtion
tomorrow 1 wing came a
it was said today. For some time, however the"community" tb -muhic section of the Key.3t __
tioned as his opponent is Governor r all visiting members in ithe city. methods by Senator Borah that i I'J'
I Administration to be
!System-where ev- I I
Alf Landon of Kan.as. 'NAZI EXTREMISTSPUT MARCH eral families use a common Decree work will be resumed at 8 j followed in organizing,; the crroup. MRS. HOBSON TO !; whole proceeding was a sham.
o'clock. Th following! morning at' I I It will be long time be;
No 'Hybrid Wanted ; kitchen and common bath-will i Members of the cast of the operetta. a ""

Rumor has it the strategy will UNDER CURBSIN have to go on. Years will be required tinned.9 o'clock this work will be ncdift con-;I "Pirates of Penzanee," BE BURIED HERE there is any general agreem"r'among
MAY BE EXAMPLE L'mrhton will be s '
HINTS to relief. Etazed last February, were espe- : republican leaden wh"t'ar
OFFICIAL bring adequate I -
be to have Kansas put forward 1 tr'clock and the afternoon :; has ,
'; by Mr. While to attend Springfield powwow ari.
dally urged; -
i Discipline reaches into the I
Governor Landon as its favoriteson i i com- vill be devot d t<) the general en- !!I at all iU
: the meeting tonight or tomorrow beyand sectional -
!!), .%. 'l4llr4 frrn.l \ TO OTHER UNITS munity houses jut: as it does into' teitvnment; of the vritor ;1 I
for the republican presidential ; BERLIN; May 21.-Hovements' :' the family itself. A' recent case Guests of the Key West members -: night; since this will create BCDY WILL ARRIVE FRIDAYON I implications.

nomination next year as a are on foot to prune certain off-, at I Leningrad; serves as an ex be Illustrious Brother. a definite nucleus of persons STEAMER FROMGALVESTON Farmer' Snrpri
move to increase his prestige. The shots of extreme Nazism which of i I I, TEMPTATION TO VISIT WASHINGTON ample. James Donn and members of the who alredv have sung together.
idea and hope among his supporters ; late have become nuisances.It :;!I TO Mrs.\ 'X and llriZ.\ whose':' Miami Tampa and Lake Worth and ,will] make it possible to keep .I on. Washington is inclined to
is that in this manner Landon.1 I has been discovered for instance -: stoves were on adjoining tables in,;!, lodges numbering in all it is ex- the group intact for the proable, 'weigh almost everything in tel tilt

will attain sufficient strength to: that Hitler's name I* too,;,I IN WHATEVER MATTER a community kitchen.. sed over 1!;|i petted: approximately 40. t tI staging of the operetta again next ; : of political potentiality; henc ti<-

give; Capper a real contest for the;; often taken in vain in business j:, ARISING HARD TO RESIST : their pots and pans. Mrs. X threw! winter. The body of Mrs. Mary CevaHoteon. : farmers' pro-AAA gathering in
senate. j letters' where "heil Hitler" fre-! moth balls into Mis.\ Z's simmering He al:o urged that church choir who died in Galveton the capital stirred a seven-iiar.

Those who cling to this view.! quently is used to lend force to:I i By HERBERT PLUMMEX i, stew. Mrs.\ Z retaliated by i,,I RED CROSS UNIT member meetings so attend th.t the the organization new: chorus Texas. April .25, will arrive in : whirl of political speculation

point to a recent statement of: an argument or to demand pay-1 nr A..er..lyd Frrnnt ; tnssinc cigarette butts into Mrs. Key Wert on the Mallory steamer f t Some of the republican learf-'W:

Senator Dickinson of Iowa in sup: ment of an overdue account. W WASHINGTON May 21.-Politicians I.:ifi'j k pot of soup.FbejBiouse TO HOLD MEETING voices.may have the benefit of those i i Henry R. Mallory. Friday. were almost too indignant to talk

port of their 'stand. i "Heil Hitler" the advice is., in the .:capital particularly : i tribunal sat in'jadg.''; if |, Mrs. Hobson. at the time of her: when the itemocrata, from the

"''f the republican party," says' "should not .be used" to strike an I j those in congress are wondering ment. Disciplinary measures wt'rel!I, ,: j i: demise. was visiting her daneh-;''President! down; insisted en referring -

Dickinson, "is to aggressively expose 'aggressive: note. ',i whether the marc c of farmer 10'.'decreed. But Mrs. X. and Mrs I I I CUBA BRINGS IN ter. Mrs. Harry Black and at the to the meeting as wholly

the weakness of the 'new i I Another outgrowth; is the fad Washington will encourage otb-A, fH: vrcrq.jiot impressed. They kept;1, There 'will b* a meeting of the time other death }fn: Black was rpontaneous. Stories that the an-

deal' and its shortcomings these''I for pe.sntyle furniture which r. groups to take the open road, to oq.fighting. -, i[I i executive board of the American; PASSENGERS ill in one of the hospitals in Galveston -,i tire enterprise was enginef"l

conferences must be dominated by')t owes its popularity to the peoj -,(; the banks of tie! Potomac. .One
republicans and not hybrids."*, j j pie's having it drummed into them'' They are mindf-il of the itaW- i i It' became a'test case on which':: morning beginning at 11 o'clock.' ----- Since that time the body ha* initiative flew everywhere ah...'it.

What deposition is made of the]' that everything connected with:1 t i ment President Roosevelt made discipline thousands of community -!!1 i at headquarters in ihe Public Li-i i! been kept in a receiving vault. the capital but the farmers ri".

Capper issue! is regarded as highly I I peasantry! is "pure Germanic and:I to the farmers from the south kitchens night depend. ''brary rooms. according to announcement Steamer Cuba oj the P. and 0. until such time M Mre. Black re- '' med them all with straight face'.

significant of what may happen I I therefore noble." :| portico of the White House thatit The house judges went: to higher=!i j| made today. | S. S. Company returned yesterday -!!'covered and was able to attendto ,

in the future of G. O. P. Official quarters intimate that was a good thing for delegations : authorities for support and found t:I Ii i 1 i I A request is made for a large t. afternoon from Havana with ;( arrangement for rending the ,

I I peasant furniture belongs to the!j of citizens to visit Washington it. Mrs. X and Mrs. Z were summoned ;attendance. 70 first class and 12 second class', body horn. for interment ,,i HABANA-MADRID CLUB

farm house that it looks artificial,]I since "seeing! jour govern-i, to ceriminal court and passengers for Key West; 29 first Mrs; Samuel G. Thompson si-!!i I Ii i
Truck Arrives Tonight and out of place in city homes. !I s merit I at first hand" leads to bet-I sentenced to a year's work in I COP WINS FAME |and four second class for Tampa. I ter of Mrs. Hobson; Mrs H. L. i i! Regular MonthlyMOONUGHT

large variety; of FRESH Incidentally, the monocle has', ter understanding all around. factories.In I I ---- i Of the 115 passengers there were Roberts,, her niece and son. Henry ->!ii i! DANCE

I FRUITS and VEGETABLES I'I'With eome under a ban. "Especially]j I The temptation to visit Wash- community houses each family I NEW YORK-Phil Regan policeman -, 37 aliens. I* Robert, jr., are due to ar-;\ For Mnober an
in Berlin an official ,organ eaysi:ington i i to push one's cause is not has its separate room or apartrnent. -'j{I! of this city who sang at at Ferry Palma returned from; rive over the highway from Tam]' Wednesday, From 10 .. m. till ?

Lowe's Cash Grocery "one seeS too often the single eyeglass -;!|!an easy one to resist When the i! Moscow regulations allow ]i I I police benefit show, was signed| Cuba in the afternoon with 21 j! pa on Thursday, and at that time t'

1117 Division St. Phone 675 worn with brown uniorm.J!I President himself extends an invitation -!111 square yards of living_space II |lfor[, a radio broadcast, and now'! carloads of pineapple,,, "d wiz''arrangement services will be made for j NO SCRIPT
wife has contract miscellaneous cars
The two don't go together, it is an the harder. per person, so a husband and won a screen :




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bt licpiiEItS1. iOti lr NO RECOGNITIONNeither : I i PEOPLES FORUM IN MEMORIAM- i Today History
i!l -1\\........................ ,' Mr. and Mrs C. Sam B. Curry 50
Published Dally Except Sunday By Great: Britain nor Americahas
TIIR C1TIJIKW! rCBMSHrVO co.. HO. ABOUT GOVERNOR'S REGIME who lost their baby daughter 1881-The National Society of

1_ ... ARTMAN. ITcaiant.From recognized the State of Manchukuo ] portion this afternoon or early tonight i Eloise in an automobile accidenton the Red Cross founded in Washington -
Corner Greene The ClUsen and ADD ulldlaK Street set up by Japan in what was: formerly apart 1 i Temperatures ; slightly cooler tonight. i Editor, The Citizen: Tuesday April 30, have re D. ,C.--due almost solelyto
I, t Florida Straits:! In Thursday's issue of The Citizen the effort of Clara Barton.
Jacksonville to ceived the
following of
--' of China. 1[ Highest _._._._88'I poem con.
and Monroe Moderate to fresh southwest winds! there was a short paraV"Bpbwhich solation from' Mrs. Elizabeth
t sly! Dally Newspaper In Key \Y t i O.
The British wrote the I Lowest .._..i___---79 stated "The Citizen has 1888-U. S. Department of
recently Jap- and diminishing
. County.bntered i, Mean ......_....._ .................._841* shifting to northwest -I with Governor Marsh a distant relative in created
tried along Agriculture executive
) to string as an
fair '
at Key West. Florida, .. aeoond olass matter anese Government a diplomatic note protesting :;! Normal Mean ....-. .m... .. .....80 1Ramfatl tonight and generally ; Sholti it overlooked the 'ItOCkland. Maine. < department.
: weather tonight and Wednesday'except ; I For Baby {:
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAR against the creation of an oil J local showers over south*; Hardee ouster, but simply cannot An angel stood by the portals I>

ie.ser .f IB. Ass.e digest the raw deal handed Haw- Of the Heavenly gates ajar 1920-President Carranza of

Associated Pre. la .xel>sivelr _ntlUsd to tiae !. Normal Precipitation .._ .16 Ins.;, East Gulf:' Moderate winds,' thorne." Clad in snow white garments Mexico assassinated.

f It.r or republlcatlon not otberwls of credited all news In dispatches this paper credited and alse to London.held the Japanese responsible ."... rvoord ever. :&4-.... IM'rle4", mostly west and northwest jI j Well the only things the papers Crowned with a brilliant star. ,
the total news published hers. I ..I. at R .'rlk latI. ...r.'.... I have told us about are that first 1922 Nicaragua: experiencedan
I because "far from using its undoubted au I. WEATHER CONDITIONSThe the laws of Florida say that (now She stood by the gate awaiting 8-hour Revolution record
: Tomorrow's Almanac t I
l tDITORIAl thority" to uphold the open door it "has days. ) when the people elect a man. In the glorious morning light; even for Latin America.
1trNAflO.ASSOCIATION. 'I Sun rises .--.- 5:39 a. m.i disturbance that was.over! to office (in some cases) he can't Her wings all widely spreadingAs
\. 1933 attempted to justify a clear breach of I' Sun sets -..............._.._. 7:08 p. m.' the middle Mississippi Valley yesterday serve unless the governor recommends she poised for earthward flight.. 1927-Capt. Charles A. Lind-

Moon rises ..._........_1150 p. m.l i moved him to the state senate and bergh landed just outside Paris
*BtCKIP'I'IOJf:> HATES' these assurances. I Moon sets .._._..-... 9:30 a. in)' morning won't confirm him the In her arras: she bore a treasureA ending his epochal lone flight;
Yaar$1,... to the North Carolina they man
tins : t"astward\1
Btu fonth., 6.0.rbreeMoath. Interesting to note is the fact that the I Tomorrow' Tides I teras 29.54 inches, and \ the people elected cannot fill the I' newborn soul asleep across the Atlantic.
.. ,
I.U 'I And carefully she held it,
:; a. _...._... _. .{{ British note' carefully]) avoided the use of A.M. P.M. ) continues low over the office. The governor did his duty And safely did she keep 1934 U. S. Court de-
Myonth .!sADVERTISING High .._..... -.- 1:01 12:00 m.l Grande Valley and Arizona,I! and certified him, but the senates 1 j l. -
cision that Monaco could not
the word "Manchukao It said that cer- << lOUt
RATE I Low.-m... 5:23 7:19: |I Brownsville. Texas, 29.84 inches,. said no. Please let us know if you, Until she reached the earthside Mississippi' for state's outlawed

v..,. known 0" apoItcatlosPRCLtL tain treaties were "binding on the present Barometer at 8 a. m. today: and Phoenix. Ariz., 29.82 inches;;! think the governor should not And found an open door, ; bonds without consent of Missis
fcUTICK Sea level 29.96.WEATHER I while the northwest high presjsure ;have done his duty. I think he did i Wherein she silently catered !
All notices, cards of thanks, resolutions
reading in Manchuria and sippi.
regime were expressly
,....-t. rbltnary notices, etc. mil b. charged for at I area is crested this morning. exactly what he should have done Left the babe and was seen no
it. rate of ;. cents line.KoMrs I and that ends that case. There are
for entertainments a by churcftes from which recognized by the latter when it was es FORECAST over Colorado, Denver 30.32 more. i! LEGALS
: inches. Light to moderate no more facts you can add.
be derived i line. !
I Few** to are cents a !
Tito CUIioM is an open forum ..>d Invites 4Iaeu.m .- tablished. The British note referred to (Till 8 m. Wednesday! ) have occurred during the last 24 Now comes another case the The darling baby that was left' I
..: of pcblle Issues and subjects of local or central p. j I I As a gift divine 'twas given.A l> THK rinniT roi HT OF THKTUKNTIKTH
kit*rest but It will not publish anonymous commnnl- officials of the new order as "the Man- I Key West and Vicinity: Generally hours in portions of the eastern governor has a case in another. i Ji'nl"" ". cm*'TITnf
utl'.... Roctcy Mountain and Plains States county that needs a prosecutorwho precious treasure in that home, THK T'TK 0. KI.ORIII.
churian authorities." fair tonight and Wedn- I Ii the A gift divine from heaven.An l> 4 Ml FOR VO'HOK<< ('Ol'\Ti."
and will prosecute case vigorously
i|and middle 1 Trees and plants, especially those indigenous ,"' and and successfully. It is of Louie I. Adams. Joined herein
Great Britain however like the Uni- I :: there have been showers angel stood by the portalsOf ..
her h band and next
by "
to Key West should not leave the I thunderstorms from the lower I such importance that he designates
saw. ,
the heavenly gates ajar.Wa..hinv friend A. Mallland Adams
ted States might as well recognize that @ : j i Ohio and middle AtlanticState the state's attorney general Plaintiffs.Tav .
island. They are our gold. Valley I. to that and con-I : with eyes moet tender. vs.. .'......._.... .f ',Ie. .f
notes will have efecton the -? southward over the East to proceed county ;: .
no Japanese.The I' I An earth scene so'! afar. !''Ie' Certificate.Charles
: "fI1' I 1 I' : with_tht" he should j f
.l. Gulf and South Atlantic! States, suit attorney : R Kaxter. If I\v'\ ''<<.
With haughty' --disdain,- the. Miami i Japs will continue to do as' they, \ _.. :}. I I except on the Florida Key:", the i iI designate' 'Knowing Mr. Haw She beheld a sudden danger, and. If, dead grantees the heir or ,other devisees -

-- Beac Tribune, the_ uth'.s smartest newspaper --. please, disregarding treaties far as ,. : :;'illl) I rainfall being heavy in northwestern -I I thorne's record he orders him to,A swift impending fate. I claimant under the said
i } I 2.08 I I proceed to that point and That encompassed the dear baby; Charles S.4axter. deleased.r .
and \ Il.f\ Florida. Pensacola consults
,* i nijrea'the-'pirt"pticb' 'of Miami'sFridaY' necessary, unless until .some jountry; ,'" '''I. ) I ,,1j. otherwise? .kat. meal Estate
p : with the attorney general. Now A'nd knew It too late.
s j.. l 0' inches and Apalachicola 2.241 SL Improvement Company
Night tI: :;t '.I willing to fight makes a military: issue of ....1! Co' Ii inches and in the lower Ohio I tbat should have been quite an a corporation organised and
,, ti ,. j Naught could save the darlingBut existing under the lawn.nf the \
the t"t honor for the attorney but what "
: quarrel. a tos'-Y-I;I i Valley Louisville. Ky., 2.24 i down she flew. j' Mate of Florida
Barbara Fair! Th..nder_Kower. inches. Temperatures are! above I does he Bay? swiftly Defendants.OIIIIF.K .
Hutton, now the Countess the
t I And tenderly took babyIn OK PtMIICTIOIt >;
I His is in effect the state
: normal this morning in the Florida appearing from the sworn hill
Haugwitz-Reventlow, will visit her count's A NEGRO FAMILY day preceded by thundershowers peninsula the north Atlantic I, senate "turned me down for an or.1 loving arms anew. nf complaint in the above entitled

family in Denmark. Undoubtedly she will --- this afternoon or early tonight; ,I I States!, northern Plains States and I Ii I I I fice.and it made my wife so !li Back to the heavenly kingdom& and cause have that not ptaiatlff been able.do In not ascertain hots

be received with open arms-and hands. Students of heredity might find some- slightly cooler) tonight; moderate i'1 tipper Mississippi! Valley ,,and:'I cannot leave home and besides I' Safe from all pain and harms after defendant diligent Charles Inquiry:-. whether t1a".r. the!....

thing worthy of investigation in the his- southwest winds: shifting to northwest -, north Pacific States and jreneral'v have work nearer" home which I i Back t*' life eternal. Ii."..l bjf" platntiffs 16 !.. interested'
tonight. i !' near or below the rea onal much prefer. Now what was the E'er held in loving arms. In the hereinafter described properly
Conveniently and considerately the tory of the Hubert family, negroes of Geor- Florida: Generally fair tonight -I' average elsewhere.G. duty under the law placed upon I or. therein.if dead Is to dead have or been alive latereMed -

Miami Herald explains that in order to gia. It is perhaps one of the most remark- and Wednesday preceded by I S. KENNEDY.. the governor but to prefer eharp-I: I Df'atlovl'd one !sad' and sorrowing It is t therefore ordered that
to the senate and have Charles S. Haxler. one of tb! defendants >
local thundershowers in south Official in Charge. i es
make one of its wise cracks effective, it able on record. 1 Grief stricken and bowed down in the above styled ..au_.
try the case? There was but one'charge. if living and if dead, the heir. devises -
should be read aloud. Very thoughtful of Zach and Camille Hillman Hubert ------ So there could be but one' Could but glimpse the glory t icranteex ..r other rlaimaxtsunder '
I the said Charted S. Baxter.deceased .
Miami's most important newspaper, but were born in slavery and had little education commissioner of Massachusetts 1 answer and his answer was because Could you see the golden crown. or nsherwlx 'In the following -
and a prominent attorney of Bos he had been asked by other dewrlhed property lwlt:
it wasn't necessary.If but by hard struggle and self-denial KEY WEST IN i The crown of sinless! childhood 1 lx>t Klve (S) in Block Five
ton. lie represents; a number of : governors of this state and they ,
fS.f Martello Towers subdivision -
they managed to educate their seven sons. Boston people who have made I II had first inquired if he was willing I Now worn on baby's head t according t.. the a .....tfI..r..I
DAYS GONE BY ,I I Could hear her joyous laughs -
N. Vernon Hawthorne were to run This'is what they enabled these seven boysto I purcha-.es. of real estate in KeyWert :I and
for governor at this time, he would be become: Happenings Here Jest 10 Yaars I : :and on the keys.; I II I and if he would rather not, they :You would know she is not dead.' : .. of Monroe "oanlJ" Floeida

elected by acclamation. But as the election Zachary Hubert Jr. president of the Ago/ Today As Taken From j I got some one el.se. He sure was '!: appear to the hill of complaint In
The files Of The Citizen UnitedStates Destroyers one important man. This was the But living in the freedomOf I said cause on ;Monday the 1st day
is some tim.e off, the crooked politicians Jackson College, Jackson, Miss.; B. F. Hubert I Black and Laruner arrived in I substance of his answer. I'fail to a higher life than this. 1 uf Jnlr. A. U. 1)3S. otherwise the
!alterations of said bill will" takenas
will have the opportunity to strow director of agriculture at Tuskegee port tcxlty; from Miami and Jacksonville -II I see.where the governor was at A life of supreme rapture, : n.n'........4-
thorn in his Telegrams received today show respectively. The vessels fault in this and i i. you have othIer A life of perfect bliss.! !! It Is further ordered that this or-
many a path. Institute; John W. Hubert principal of the that Key West Boy Scouts now in j I I I der be published. once a week f.ri
!have a large number of naval rt"II facts you should make them i i| four consecutive weeks In The KeyWest
negro high school in Savannah; J. II. Hubert Havana as guests of the Cuban; I I rerves! on board who are' making public.. ; One type of crest (lepidicmpipcidium Citizen a newspaper pub-"
Henry Van Dyke, the poet, has said government through! an invitation 'I Honed. In Monroe County, state ..rt
executive secretary of the Urban ; l i their annual training cruises.!! Two I J. L. WATROUS. I i ) it a native of the South i i Morlda.I
that "lie that planteth a tree is the ser- of President Gerardo Machado, other destroyers which are unit Key West. Fla. Seas! where it is used to stupefy t\ Bated thin {th-d y r*f liar. A. t"
League in New York City; Moses Hubert, this morning in a parade I' 11:...
participated of the training fleet are expectedto May 18, 1935. fisn.
vant of God lie provideth kindness for
a I (Circuit Court Steal)
farm demonstration agent of Hancock in honor of the presidentand arrive within the next few I Ross: C 8AWTKK.;
many generations and faces that he has Vice President De La Rosa.I I days. I In Vedie Clerk Circuit Court Twentieth" Judicial -
county Georgia; G. J. Hubert pastor of mythology, the HiranI The longest atone and iron
I Circuit of the State *f Flop
not seen shall bless him." It follows then The telegrams indicated that the tI: yagarbha was the golden egg or bridge' in Cuba is located at Cala- ida in and for Monroe CountyVIIJL.IAM .

that he who destroys a tree is not a servant two churches in Atlanta and owner of a scouts Would leave late tonightand I I I Mrs. Dexter Dorgan and Mrs.. I I germ whence the universe dt"I bazar, a city of Santa Clara province I ( Y.for Atmmr.Boltritor Plaintiffs..

of God he deprives many generationsof 600-acre farm.; Theodore Hubert, the arrive tomorrow afternoon. : George E. Brown were joint I veloped. may-J4-21-2S; just

youngest son, a graduate of Morehouse i hostesses! yesterday afternoon to .
kindness and neither will those he College Atlanta. J. C. Keller and C. Le Roy :'the. Wednesday Afternoon I ---

knows and those he will never know lever Boyle! of Miami. experienced realtors -i i Bridge Club. The affair was held I "I"'I" 'I'IA

bless him: Was it heredity that enabled these arrived today and will offer at the home of Mrs. Dorgan on |1i s...e.sf................................................ .............:
seven negro farm boys to reach such posi- for a limited time the opportunity -I I Flagler Avenue.' Mrs. Kinngman I'I'i '
to invest in Palmdale which i, Curry won first prizeMrs; .
tions of honor and usefulness? What does
The United States is a poor trader is numbered among the cominjrFlorida George Brown was awarded the i SPECIAL SALE 1

and a poorer colonizer. Even after it acquired blood tell in this case? cities. While here the& second prize and the guest prize I i

.. gentlemen will be associated with went to Mrs.'Newton Curry.
territory by right of conquest, it
THE IDEAL EDITORAn the firm of Meltzer and Navarro.Mr. : ... ON :I
paid Mexico $10,000,000 for Texas; Keller will be rememberedby I Editorial comment: Formerly j i .

France $15,000,000 for the Louisiana pur- a number of his local friends'Ithe boys had to assure the safety i i .. .

chase Spain $20,000,000 for the Philip- exchange enumerates the qualities as one of the prominent naval flyers -, of the girls by seeing them .. ..
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stationed in Key West during, bet in many cases now the girls j .
the ideal IVORY
which should be possessed by
pine Islands; Denmark $25,000,000 for the world war. : would be safer to go home alone. ..
the Virgin Islands. Now Huey Long is editor as follows: I' .
trying to take the Bayou state away fromus He would be as rapid in action as an t Leo Gome;: returned to Key I after A small 5 o'clock fire!: occurred yesterday shortly afternoon I 4r '
electric fan yet as patient as Job he West yesterday after an absence t
; the Philippine Islands will, be returnedto ; of During that time he in the garage and automobile -
.. would have all the vigor of 20 and ttie wis- years. filling station at the corner 1 .
its nationalsTlJntl"a few dayt.ago Sen- : .
., I has traVt"led.around, the world. : I .
ator Reynolds of North Carolina said erQ; jjdoin' of 70;..he;.would- have the memory of viiiting Egypt and India. He en, The of Simonton blaze and Fleming etreets.i t! I II -, .
i was soon
mark should be "paid" to take back the an encyclopediahandzheJ. !iblil!. of an and listed served|jn the navy during at the Key world West; with practically no damage rej j j j' I II E ": is'
I "
DmisVest Indies. adding machine; he would have a'n eyelike war.' After receiving his dis-( suiting. 'f-. :" :

.. : an eagle and the nose of a bloodhound charge he spent most of hU timein f.I The body-of Lemuel! Baker, I I 1 : :. : '

Key West i is about to>*)lord '(fitsT bens I'. :. he would be as tactful as an expectant travel. At present he makeshit who died recently at the Memorial : :. '

fac.tor.-Tampa Tribune. In the'lirst heir before a rich uncle and as home in Cleveland Ohio,;,; hospitil. in New York wi1l1{ :
where he is conducting a business arrive here Sunday morning on :
place Mr. Stone is not a benefactor of Key firm as granite; he would be as discerningas and is just on a brief vaca- i the Mallory Steamship Com st.I'.

West because the money he is spending a shaft of light and have the analysis ofa tion to visit relatives and friends! i( The ship sailed yesterday at J JI 1 1I : :

-t here is not his but that of the taxpayer of supreme court jurist; he would be able vice I I noon.i si
Charles i-
S. Baxter president j -
:whom you are one, Mr. Editor. He has' to, at one and the same time answer two of the Key Largo Club properties i I The morning train arrved on e

several times disavowed this appellation.In telephones place a call of his own, checka and owner of extensive: real I time this morning reaching ,Key
estate in West arrived 'es-j West at 8:10 o'clock which ia the
the second: place Mr. Stone has not as proof sheet and add the middle name 'of ) i I
terdav board the Ak- of arrival the
on yacht : time on new :
yet been transferred, and may be allowed]) the third assistant secretary of the navy bar with Frank Lewis, former fire ule recently put in effect: &eht"d-I
to continue his fine work in the state of and remember whatever it was he was toldto 1-- -- ... I i: :

Florida. But good men are needed in bring;; home from the corner drug store. I (-1 .

Washington; and that i is why his transfer Obviously as our exchange regret-: i
may eventuate, much to tfce regret of all 1 fully admits "there ain't no such animal'"I Your VacationIf 1 I II c:: 9 :

well-minded Floridians. I Hence there never was and never -

an ideal editor. I you are going to Summer school or plan- .

Key Westers are certain to query Dr. 'I ning a motor trip or any journey you will feel :

S. L. Christian assistant surgeon generalin POST OFFICE ODDITIES safer and more at ease if you are sure that the
charge of the hospital division of U. S. I funds you carry are protected. Let us! assist you .

public health! ce. on his visit down (Pathfinder) in procuring this protection by converting your ', :_ '' I'

.Stamp collectors like "covers" postmarked !I .
there. They are very much interested in i io I travel funds into-

whether construction of a 200-bed marine !
hospital here would mean abandonment of philatelist readers the following information about ; AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS 1 : :

the GO-bed marine hospital there. Many United States Post Offices has been garnered. Ta- CHEQUES .

will profess to find discrepancy in such a toosh. Wash, bears the distinction of being located -l J IF THESE checks are< lost or stolen (nn- i 16-Piece Set i i
withdrawal in'face of the federal'' govern farthest west; Lebec, Me., farthest east; Key 1 countersigned), the amount involved is refunded 3 3I I Ir

ment's solicitude for the community's wel- West Fla., farthest south; and Penasse, Miniu, j ji I to you. In spending them all that is necessary is ... ..'It

fare. The Key West marine institution, i farthest north--of course! not counting Alaskan j jI for you to sign them a second time in the presence-

even though it draws most of its patients ]:I post' offices of which Point Barrow is the northern-i i 1!i of the one accepting- them. 1i South, Florida] Contracting Engioeeriig Co. || i

most and the farthest west. Penasse,
from Miami, serves' the city as an emergency Saroonga -FOR SALE BYThe -,
hospital. Chance are that Key Key West and Saroonga are Wand offices. Lowestof J t I :. Phonc.593- White ud Eliza Streets :

Westers will have their hospital in the all is Mecca, CaL, in the Death Valley are at -' First National Bank of Key- West .:. "Your home' is worthy: of thejbeat"PAGE :"

although federal physicians and ins feet below sea level and the highest is at ...... ...... .... ............. .
future, ....... ..... .. ................ .......
patients may leave.-Miami,Daily News. Climax, Colo. at an elevation of 11,320 feet. 1 ::1111111".6.


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} ,T t1ESDAY.MAY 21r1935. .
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IENEMYS E s :. I KISS -- .u .. ,' RECREATIONOUTFIT DOWNS_ 11 Ieeeeeeeeeeeeee.e.Today's: ....... 'I GAMES AMERICAN TODAY LEAGUE

Anniversaries ; Chicago at New York.

tTotrflr 41Doa"ir.d.'koa r*. Douse as sue rambled toy the door SPORT'S : Detroit -at'
I' .. Philadelphia.
s..ee se a
fWM4Tout oAool <* wtt* rl/ *d e..eel ee
f. mt JUr taU'... at a Ixnat *. 4aeppogd candle In a crazy effort to escape.: A / i r LEGIONJUNCHBy Cleveland at Boston.
to kew takes outttdi cream cut sharply at Its highest { 1688-Alexander Pope English
gut Ik* ow.4. dare..11er..wdMr point. a maul band closed expertly poet born. Died May 30, 1744.' :]f- St. Louis at Washington.

kar11wk4iiaoa UM kerriJM to upon ber face the thumb and forefinger ( JOVE) ----

a.err. :?.f*door=..ed::.riap tin tetrw'er.l Her.itoKftk pinching her nostrils abut I I I I i| 1763-.Joseph Fouche famous j i NATIONAL LEAGUE

sera way.. But k.r tltetrio while the palm blocked her month. 'u I French police head, born. Died New York at Pittsburgh
,tore I* fxxtea lead aka tteidtt to Alison gave a gurgle and fainted. .. u GARAGE AGGREGATION TRIUMPHS -.. Dec. 25, 1820. Boston at
-- ---- -- i Chicago.
sake Creakor I
a tko a (*U< door. I. I
"That's better. ..." YANKS !J eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I OVER. SERVICE 1| 1 1 1I I Philadelphia at St. Louis.
She became conscious of a very DEFEAT a! 1780-Elizabeth 1! Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
*I Fry, English!
Chapter Two firm arm holding her tight, of rough'' CLUB IN SECOND CONTEST:
DOINGS AROUND THE GOLF LINKSBy : Quaker philanthropist, who devotJ:
NEW DANGER tweed scraping her cheek and the '' I I tion pioneer who. with the
WHITE SOX IN WHICH WAS SHUTOUT ed much of her life to prison reform i excen-
rapid beating of her own heart. I tion of the
Wright brothers avia-
fiOMTNd tn.; exploring this empty "Ob!" work, born. Died Oct. 12,'
Douse for any sign of ber father. She tried to lit up.,The flickering I ( GRAVY) >, 1845. I I II I I tion owes more than to any other

AUaoa bad passed two of SERIES OPENER, ........... ............ ..._ i I :man, 'born I at Hammondll Ort, N
pairs blue bead of "' --"' '''--'''------------- I : i 1
light came from a Ian-1 - -- ------------ ------------------------- Last night the Social league 1 I
stairs. One: leading off the long 1835-Newton Y. Died at Buffalo N. Y., July
pat tern that was standing on the Boor t M. Curtis. New.
; Some of the wondering
boys But he had
which are -,, game. to write plenty played two and both 'ere'interesting 1930.
I games
Rage ran straight from the York soldier 23.i
by It she could see In faint outline whether and congressman;
front ban was ertdently the front | a Thursday dinner;, because he neded shoes beefsteak; and from
an enamelled table under the window CLEVELAND INDIANS LICK match 1 exciting born in De Peyster, N. Y. Died
stairs to the bedrooms: the other. ,a bunch of dirty brooms,all tied :; will be held this week or!! and sheets, so he wrote under sevI start to finish. In the first game ,Jan. 8, 1910.1836Anna. !'i Subscribe to The Citizen
eat off by a baize door came downoutside together leaning Ornnkenly against RED SOX; WASHINGTON not. Since one of the captains I; eral non de plumes. This also' i'i i
the pantry door and directly 1 is away on a honeyymoon it seems the Recreation won by a score .e..eeeeee..e.e..e..e
ran a sink. !; makes it harder for any irate i )
outside the bathroom. SENATORS VICTORIOUSOVER advisable to wait until later to!' reader to look and give' of 10 to 7, and in the second I'\ a Brackett, first! eI

Aa upper balsa door with a springto \'f EMORY came back and ahe gave ST. LOUIS BROWNS have the match. Ordinarily,the\i yon a punch in the you beak up for suchwriting. : game the Service were white- '|i woman school (St.principal Louis New of a normal:I I: CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN
) York
It cut this of the 1V1. I 30th of this month is the 1 private
part house off correct'
a gagp. Shrinking she wiltbed Some of Sam's names washed by the Garage. It was! a ,,. school head
from the front part. too. Those last day but being a holiday and born in Boston. I
from the arms which Held her and some ;i (I hope no reader is listening) to every one present as Died March
three faint creak bad seemed to slid free on bands and knees. Whirling sort of shennsnigans going on atj( Jim surprse 9, 1911.
(!venial .. The I are Koodle de Flue Swanky: is of the '1 ____
come from the front passage. Could round found herself looking up NEW ntlxriy the schoolhouse there seems to Swanky Bob Harhngton Sid Mel the Army one strongest .......................w
she creep down these backstairs YORK May 21The and the weakest. 'i'I 1856-Grace H. Dodge New
unseen Into of be clubs, Garage i I
a pair bright and quizzical some- questions. However if i
l .
and gala the window and the blue New York Yankees went to vic- and when Tim j Phid Tommy Turbot, etc., etc.I In the first the leaders'|. York City social worker noted PERSONAL
eyes."All i returns all this will game I
road Safer perhaps, to slip down right?" tory over the Chicago White Sox,'. be settled. !i I Well, Sammy finally gravitated to Tynesifor i her work in sustaining : for'l! STOMACH
the ivy-nnless. guessing her Intention 7 to 2, with the New New Rochelle N. Y., and was I at bat were, HopVkins and College the ULCER GAS PAINS
fk A pair of broad tweed covered Yorkers making and Y.Y'. C. A., born|I .
he bad gone to wait down shoulders large friendly features Rood use of their ten hits off I ;- ; 1 still writing for a living. Finally I II the Legion and F. Matthews'and in New York. Died Dec. 27, 1914'. INDIGESTION victims, why

therein the dark road! pleasantly red.tanned,dark hair that Southpaw Carl Fischer, who took Our personal glimpse! today i I he came to Key West again went Rosam for the Recreation. | free suffer? For quick relief get a

Snatching at'ber courage Alison grew crisply off a wide forehead his first start for the Sox. i:| will be that acme of newspapermen } into the boom, lost his pants and In the field Lopez Hopkins and 1878-Glenn H. Curtiss, avia-| sample of Udga, a doctor's
released the door. Cautiously ; 9 shirt and went to farming on the ''I. prescription, at Gardner's Pharinacy. -
trem keen eyes l tight as a bucket of sea- The Cleveland Indians downedthe postmasters hort story{ Viilareal starred. I

bang she opening,.' It a little... way and water-thIs was no grisly gbost but Boston ,Red Sox. 4 to I.-with! writers: grunt gobblers farmers I Keys. Taking .all the braintrust Scocre by innings: :' walks, two hits and two wild: .

-_.---'--'- .'. Oral Hildebrand pitching effective or ex-Sunday' school scholars{farmers I># Washington who don't ", R. H. E. pitches again caused his_ grief. imay21-22-23-28-29-30 i 11-12-lSx ; jnne4-5-6-

,I ball to register his -eecond-! ;; Samuel Ephriam Harris. Our':know which.is the dangerous end Legion '_010 040 2- 16 Sj I i. Score by innings: Ii Iii. .1
i hero 'first the day'' of jackass! : for example; Sam !
victory of the.season. j I saw light of I a an Recreation 142 003 x-10 15 7' R. H. .E. REPAIRING
The Washington: Senator: de-1 i!. about 37'years:! ago (his story) on give up dirt farming and took':asp Batteries: AI. Tynes, (). Fernandez I Service ..*...000 000) (J-01 2 2

feted the St. Louis ,Bco Ti. 8 to ( a little piece of ground locatedat writing again. Bat rooD he got!: a ;; Kossam:, (iru'fih. i Garage __.__..002 200 x 4<< '7 21 CHAIR BOTTOM REPAIRING-

2, taking the first) game; Of the a place called Rock Sound in I good job of Postmaster of this:t SummaryiErro3, '1 Griffin 2, Batteries P, .White and No- I Cain bottoms repaired by Leo.

/ q eeriei.! Russell Van Atta of, St.i the Bahamas. He says he came fair city and'o here he i is. howl : Varela 2, F. Matthews, J. Walker, dine, L. Castro and II. Castro. I nard Warren. 418 Simonton
.ttt r t f j]I'I from Eleuthera Island still has few loves Summary Errors: ,
4 Louis formerly of the Yankees.' but Old i ever,' Sam !' a and A. Fernandez. TwobaseJ. : Gabriel. L. street. may4-7tx:
was knocked out of the box in the Bye Sands who is the Duke of left being his wife, his novels i f Matthews, Barros, CarbonellI Castro. Nodine. C. White. '.Two- I

fifth inninjr. .I Rock Sound says that if Sam was i I his cats and his golf. Now that and I A. Fernandez. Two-base hits \base hits-Gabriel, Jolly, J. Gar- PIANO TUNING

Art6n In an eleven-inning the born there it was after hAt-I I we are back to golf again, let us I II J. cia. Stolen bases-Brindel L. I
game I( Baker and Hopkins,
Y" Detroit Timers were victorious I!I wood) left to come to thi; coun-:'I see, what his game is like. Sam Walker. Home run-c.. Iljort. Castro and Jolly. Struck out-i'PIANO TUNER. Lanreano Moreno -
'I, try. Sam it took the to hH By Castro 2. Wild pitches i
over the Philadelphia Athletics. 9'!' says was hearing up game occupy Stolen bases-Griffin 2, Clements 'i Excellent piano for sale
to C. Greenbergs double in the.; about the wonderful mark in the i mind with other things than 1 Rossam. Double: playsRossam Castro 1, White 4. Double plays cheap. 1018 Division streetaprY2lmo
concluding inning won the ball'j world Old By was making that I words but he made a mistake.He F. Matthew to Lopez McCarthy -Lewis to' Roche. Time 1 hoar
to ; -
game for the Tigers, I: brought him to the U. S. A. Well I started playing several years and 10 minutes. Umpires Nnn!zi i i
Struck outBy
I j<'! Samuel learned hf.w toI I where he could to LoI'lez. Gonzalez and Ortiz. :
1aS boy
a and got to
The ago! FOR
Chicago Cubs downed the i REN1
i i Rossam 1, Tynes 3, Walks 3,
Boston! Braves in a shutout.i bait crawfish right up to his cabin i j I I break 90 pretty often. Now he 2. Wild The following games are
Ro pit.chesNine.Time aChed.1
game with the Score reading 5 to door and all he had to do was is happy to do same once again. ::sam minutes. uled for the rest of the i BICYCLES-WE RENT by the
j 1 hocr and 10
I ,
e 0. Four double plays and three ':,! etoop down and pick same up and His drives average 185 yards but and Thrower.In Wednesday nigh, first game. I Hour, Day or Week. Repair
hits apiece by Infielders Bill Jur- lam 'em;into a pot and there hehad'berakfastd sometimes< he gets 2111. Once he Umpires-Gonzelez the Lighthous and Bay view Park. In all makes and paint them with
the second Garage
.e'.5s gis and Phil) Cavaretta led the dinner and supper. made an eagle 2 on number 6 game ; the second game; the Club wilt Nu-Enamel We carry a full
and L. Cas
shut out the Service
JIt si Cubs to the victory Some people claim that this is hole. That is the one and only play the Recreation. supply of parts. Agent for the

The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated what makes Sam the most tired I I I time that that has been done. His tro just allowed two singles one On Thursday evening the Le-I Rollfast and Dayton' Bicycles.
and inert in and in the first and one in the sixth. pion will play the Service at the
the New York Giants., 11 to 4. man Key West but chip shots are visually short And sell them' as low as $5.00
Li Plummer says that ain't so.I I!I waver around the green but on At bat the leaders were Lewis and Bayview Park and on Friday afternoon down and $1.00 per week. We
Banging out eight extra bare hits
including a homer by Forrest The reason that Sam drags along' his putts he has learned not to Gabriel. In the field the stars the Administration will I I Buy and Sell all makes of used

Jensen five triples and two dou-l![ behind all the other guys! rays'j be short which he never is and he were Lewis and Hill for the mechanics I play the Bayview Park at 5:30]''I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

Hex the Pirates overwhelmed the i: "Pious" is because!! once he !got a]i tries to do same with approach and Douglas and Jones P. M., and the night games!' will 1 Stowers company 515 Dnval

,. ..:. .' New Yorkers as Red Lucas start-, little ahead of the crowd and everybody shots and sometimes lands clear for the Service club. White was 1.. be Bayview Park end the Garage 1 I street. aprt-tf
I mostly' responsible!! for his defeat
in the firrt and Lighthouseand
him the razzledaz-
gave the But being of I'
and his first of the over green.
_.. """-' -! I season ed for won the Bucs. game i j|lie because he made a goo She became conscious of a firm I and in show the : wild pitches and an error gave the The Administration and
arm, holding her. The summaries: i[ was, a hurry to j and says "the next time I'll: do ; 1 ice box. Archie Thompson,

peered out.; The taint glow-of the a mere man.reassuringly human and NATIONAL: LEAGUE other players how good; it _was.]f!i better**. HU swing appears to be : garage two runs. In the fourth the Garage wil play on Saturday 1001 Eaton. street.: Phone 879-J.

torch showed her an empty passage, 'alive! Alison drew a deep sigh of re At Pittsburgh R. H. E.New .I Well we are getting away from I[ a'it: awkward, but when his ball they scored their other two. Two 'afternoon at 4 o'clock. I may20-lmox;

a white bedroom door a tiny square lief and grew exceedingly indignant York ______ 482 our etory1. When Sam got' big::1 i lands on the fairway a good ways -----. _-- -- -. -. .--

of window with the rain pouring "What exactly do you think you're Pittsburgh ___..._.. ._11 14 2!' enough to read and write he says,)' ahead of him you overlook that
down It and the far baize door. shut.The doing"' HubbelL Stout. Gabler and "If I !stay! in this town 111 growl j| stiff body with free swinging

way was clear! It Is not easy to show dignity on all Mancuso! ; Lucas and Pad den I up like the man who lives down on j' arms. And when you play with -

For no more than a second she lis four but abe did her beat J the corner. All he does is sit <| Sam. match strokes but never

tened. breathless but now It seemed He countered with an Innocent down and read novels and maybe,!.words. If .start in to arguing
ae If the whole house held Its breath '''What Is going on here I""Considering At Chicago R. IT. Fj j| once in a while play a game of i i iI you ,
Boston ....:.._.._..-.0 6 4 '! on how the game should be playedor
too. There was noAonnd at all.eyeD you tried to kill i I sticking crawfish. So I'm going !
Chicago __._ _.____ 5 10 6 on golf rules you are going to
m i
the mice were still. And there was me- ( to the States. Well chil-
the stairway close at band;dark but "I dldD"tI.You !" Brandt. Smith and Spohreri; dren, that is what he did and to- lose the argument. Only one guy I
tried to choke mel'! Lee and Hartnett. | in town can refragnisticate Sam
empty. day you will find him well : -
i Alison ran. "Only to stop you yelling!" | jest go!' look. Anyhow. Sam hayed and with him a standing wager jOOaOOi

She had reached the turn of the "Tou'd absolutely no right to Brooklyn 1 at Cincinnati, postponed up his two-pences and got passage!' has been placed. but as yet one $1

stairs when the torch went out. ... frighten me like that!" wet grounds. on a schooner to Key West and player is reared and the other is

The black dark seemed to hit her I, She struggled to her feet. She was I here he is. Remembering about' darn glad .of it. Personally I
till hot and panting with Her wish would the match
knocking out ber breath; It was like rage. they ply
Philadelphia! at St. Louis post novel readers Sam took up the'
going blind. But her hand tightened ; round childish face was flushed, her I'm dry.

on the stair-ran and she went on. : dark grey eyes sparkled with anger poned rain. ------ _- ---- --- -- I

running. ,two steps at a time although her soft mouth trembled ICssseea.e.eo..e.eeeee.a for
She suffered those few seconds, and her knee felt like warm wax. AMERICAN LEAGUEAt DIAMONDBALL

the most primitive of all emotions "Whafre yon doing here any wayr' Washington R. II. E. (Today's Horoscope

a fear fine-drawn to the point of bat. she demanded; charged him fiercely St. Louis ..........___._ 2 5 2 ...
............... .
tie. In which every nerve and muscle with "Ton mnst've climbed in Washington ......._..._.._ 8 10 :2 GAME TONIGHTBy : ...
Is trained to the utmost ready through that window! Vanatta. Walkup and Heath;, Today as approach is made toward -r IDEASLJ I

to fight. Her foot found the lower "1 did.He was standing too now I Hartley.! Andrews and Bolton. I a change in the zodiacal sign,

passage level with a Jerk that hurt. smiling bet, $.So did god for thata"T'bit'i i I there is growth of a little more refined -
( JOVE) '
I matter* 7 ,t f 1 .... : ,
u ) RE. exhibitiongame' nature. It may develop a religious
'hilt There will be
; Jbia1 an
... I sot' ao blag3ti 40wlth It. ; ..
CRICAItI Plt..pat. __' : Alison ffe Detroit) ".... .._._4.7....- 8 12 1 at tbeaYView : tendency. The special'as- : ; i.. ,<,
said baucbtby: ball
of cit the bad nice! of soft tonight '
: spear light teeth wbenThftamtled"" 'anfftwo attrae4 Philadelphia __....:........._ 6 15 1 f poet of this degree is a wide influi "I
darkness ahead. showing her the E Park when the newly-or-
I COehrane Dietrich i! ence and a helpful one in some
tin dents besldelila chin. Budges: and ; re- ,
air .
balf-glan pantry door on :right. 1 '-
; hranized Ice Co. tenEwlll 1
Thompson spects. The
Caster and Fox*. native is a favorite of
>> always .
the lower baize door ahead--s beam .0 you corns.In that wayand ..1 _
eror'bats' with the Recrea-J fortune', bat there is
of light fpllt by the banister//above. ,then ,rush round screaming: ? a tendencyi '
It Was'coming-running along the Hi*,,voice'ras deep and tinged with At New York R. II. E.|=De pt, :of'the Social league. i i toward. the luxurious giving way Wagner men go into the far toners of Florida.! They rid the good roads >*

bathroom passage chasing her down suppressed laughter. ChicapoVi' .._-w :.H-._._ 2 10 1 C The ,Ice company boys havei j i j to ..hich'may be the result of se- and the trails. They see the grand efforts at progress and note the struggling,

the stairs! "I dIdn't rush. she began then I New York ...._._______. 7 10 2 of the caliber of Armando[,rio misfortune.In pathetic effort as weH. The big cities and the wide places in the roads 1 .
Alison made a dart. The pantry changed her mind. No use bandying' Fischer, Vance and Sewell;
: words Acevedo. Peter (Castro Glenn Wagner men daily contact thousands of merchants.: Wagner men are "Bfll-
-particularly be the
door was not quite shut it gave; a as was get Broaca and Dickey, Jorpen-! year 749, work began on
loose board creaked as she sprang ting the best of the exchange. She I Archer and other such stars on the Daibutsu at Nara, one of the or "Jim" or "Brownie" to most of these merchants-sharing their confidence-

through and the beam of light overhead turned purposefully to the door. At Boston R H. E. the club..eeeeee.eeo..ee.e..eeeee. most gigantic images of Buddha with a knowledge of their hopes ambitions, trials, failures and successes.

went off abruptly.She "Where ring are the yon police going" Quickly."To Cleveland ......_.....-... 4 7 1 in Nippon. Clearing this information through the sales department led us to visualise a

slammed the door violently: Boston!" ........,..._. __ 192 ,
Greater Florida! Pictured is the with families of.
throwing herself against It. she felt She wrenched the door open. The in our minds settlement, happy ,
for a key and found none; she )lantern went out with a snap and the Hildebrand and Brenzel; Grove Today's Birthdays natural Zoologist say the ostrich i.i the vast stretches of now unused land, sea and gulf coasts. Pictured also is \he-

black dark closed on her like a Walberg and R- FerrelL ...... ventriloquist because! its of land which be into
stretched up her right arm towards ee..see..e.. ..... vocal sounds are made with the greater area can brought productivity.
tile wall to brace herself to take the swung!! curtain. I
train. "Oh!" Involuntarily she gave a LEAGUE STANDINGS Gustav!! Lindenthal ef Metuchen mouth tightly dol'ed.I We believe riorida has a marvelous future. We]know that for proper development

She reached up her" hand with all cry clutching at the man. : N. J., famed bridge builder, born it requires a plan supported by the entire population. A VAST FLAK

four fingers and the thumb spread "All right. I'm here. His arm HI Austria, 85 years ago. i which contemplates a greater vista of success: for millions of people. ,

and found them pressing flat against closed firmly round her "But listen. I AMERICAN LEAGUE I
a man's face! You're not going!! through that door Club- W. L. Pct Richard Bennett stage and I We are offering: ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for the best ideas and sug"gerticras '

Her nerve broke. till you tell me what's op." Chicago -;-_17 8 .680: !screen veteran, father of stars!I to speed the day when dreams-. of Florida are developed into hornet
: -
In the recoil she screamed a hide- (Copyright DiS.ffrrlyn V. Winch I New York" .._._ 16 11 .593!w I! born in Cass Co., Ind., 63 years Rm8ELL'S'I for minions] of happy residents.
ous. shrill bubbling shriek which I Tomorrow, Alison doc a littl Cleveland _._.._ 15 9 .625:= ago.
rose aid echoed wildly through the I explaining. I Boston __.1312 _520'' I

..JL... --- Detroit .___..._ 1-1 13 .519 j I Dr.: Richard C. Cabot of Boston Contest> Closes June 13th\. 1835 ,,
ee. -. the information as to how we Washington _.._.... 13 14 (81 physician and social scientist -i I CIGAR STOREY

WDfm\WEST! might prevent- the every-day Philadelphia .._.--._ 816 .333 born at Brookline, JIa su, 67 I

crowing. from the wife. St Louis ...----. 5 18 .217 years ago. "

f A Russian-woman; who leaped !I FIRST PRIZE 5S.I
LEAGUE A. Stanley of Hender
By RED KERCEeeeee.eee.e..eeeeeeeeeee 20,833 feet to earth in
a parachute '1! Daily Baseball Returns
Clut.-- W. L. Pet son, Ky.. ex-governor and
| is seeking a long jump New York 17 8 .680 chairman of the American r'l' S COND FIVE MrnizE
record. Shame if she could 250.00 5t
on her
"Not until after you've been '; only see nome of our native leI Brooklyn _._...1711 .607 tion, Joint Commission with i By Wire I PRIZES

called daddy does one know the Chicago _.............._ 15 10 .600 ada, born 68 years ago.
I i
males jump to conclusions. -0-
Joy of living" a philosopher declares. St. Louis _,-__-15 12 .556 I I i

Oh, yeah. ]! Td vote for myself if I ran, Pittsburgh __._____.__.15 15 .500 Rt. Rev. John C. Whit. P. E. COME IN AND GET THE

I always have .voted for myself. Cincinnati __ --10 15 (00 I bishop of Springfield. IIL, born in'Ii RESULTS OF THE

We're: for encouraging the.: But I'd support any decent man Philadelphia ___ 1 16 .304 i Lanrens Co., S- C., 68 years ago., MAJOR BASEBALL WAGNER BREWING COMPANYMIAMI

younger' generation in taking up: on any ticket. I don't give; a damn Boston ___.._.__..__ 717 .292. LEAGUES'0

aviation. One Lint near so apt to for party labels or platform.- Prof. Charles J. Bullock of Harvard a
get knocked down by a landing. Huey Long in a press conference. Records of the California historical noted economist born in I CIGARETTES Scala Ever'ywkert in FHoridtM
airplane as run over, by a wild I(I Poor Huey always puts his foot society* disclose the Fran- Boston, 66 years ago. .

automobile. !I|: in it* Jn voting true to his statement ciscan Fathers mined gold in Cali- SOFT DRINKS, .

J i ; if ever he runs for president fornia in 1812. or 36 yean before Genevieve F. Herrick: of Chi ETC. '11 '" Y." A.E. II :Ii

In advocation his every-man"-I I i he'd be forced to vote for the dieovery by James Marshall cago, newspaper writer, born I If

ding idea. Uuey should slip us his opponent. which started the great gold rush. there 41 years ago. '



TUESDAY, MAY 2T, 1935.
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:-: t : ........ i Special Sailing
-- -- ----------------------------------- My Boy Choose? COLORED UNIT AT LOWPS\ STORE :

and Mrs. C. S. Johnson I
...................................... .......... were Ray Dickson, in charge of recreational j I
spending a stay here activities: in the campsof I ---- KETMVESTNEWYORK
Miss Yvonne Atwell Becomes with relatives, left over the highway veterans on the Florida By C. J. Brickett: :! Regular weekly shipment of ,
this for home Director, Textile'Schools. In. TO BE PUT ON fruits and -to-
morning their arrived yesterday for a : vegetables will arrive J!

Bride Of Joseph E. Warren in Tampa. tion with officials of the l..e7S'I ternational CorrespondenceSchools.. HERE TOMORROW ',(tonight!i Grocery by 1117 truck Division for Lopes street.Cash I.

Mrs Ralph Sampson, who ,was AFTERNOON j I; The shipment which includes a!i
Yvonne Atwell became the Osgood Kemp acted as best spending a stay here with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thompson Wt lift in changing wor/rf. ,large variety of both fruits and}t S. "Henry R. Mallory"

bride of Joseph Edward Warren man. for the groom, while the returned to her home In and baby, who were in Miami, for I Opportunities for success in the i[vegetables is expected to arrive! FRIDAY. MAY 24
future ""idj6 r Irom those ill '
Sunday evening at the. First.MethI I groomsmen were: Allen E.. Curry Miami Beach over the Highwaythis the weekend, returned: yesterday.. the past. A young mze s wise 'A "Kiddie Kabaret" for colored; early in the evening. Due New York Tuesdays A. M
odist Church Rev. George E. and morning. Mrs. Sampson was Mrs. Minnie Otto returned yesterday choice of bis life vroik may do I persons will be held starting at 51:I 1 1st Class 845
Summers officiating: 'r SidneyCurry... formerly Miss Louise Casado.Mr. .,.,: from a visit in Miami with much to determine success or Nearly 1,000 mules sPloyed Fare .......
The ceremony which" immediately Faye Elizabeth Roberts was the her son and daughter in law, Dr. future. How shall be 'boost' o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The"program were 1 rd.Class '

followed the church "."services I dainty flower girl, and .the and Sirs Errol Sawyer, who and Mr. Osgood Gttp, and other recreation is being sponsored by the stretch of in the building All-American an 11-mile canal!)!i FareIncluding u___..... $25
department of the
was very impressive, the wedding groom')Brother, Braxton B. Warren were spending a while in Key West J j relatives and a tour of the state The Textile Expert West Administration. Key in California. I Meals and Berth.
Being one" of the most attractive I II,- caljried'tbe ring on a with Mrs. Sawyer's mother Sirs with the doctor and family. With the I|, I AUTOS CARRIED AT LOW

solemnized.- Wit\spring. :silver tray. Mellie Papy at the family homeon I THERE is probably no one who j Norman Cruz accompaniment at the theI of BIG MAY DANCE :i RATES. $27.50 if 2 passengers
bride who 'the i The who i ia of Mr. must be prepared to meet more piano
The is daughterof groom a son Southard street left yesterday Sister Lumens, of the Convent I $5.00 more if one
than numbers
will be
new' problems the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Atwell :and Mrs. Leo IL Warren is em afternoon expert in presented Auspices Boy.' Sodality I
for their home in of Mary Immaculate who was in textiles. New methods, new design:; : I! l passenger.C. .
. was attired in a lovely white satin ployed .on the ferry Monroe Miami i St. Francis hos-ntal in Miami for and new products come to the rOle 1. Opening Chorus, America CUBAN CLUB I: E.
SMITH. ABent, Kay West
bridal dress. Her veil of silk lace County. and
as styles change maker
and net emphasized the new shorter The church was,beautifully decorated -: Charles Aronovitz; left yesterday about one, returned month following yesterday.an operation possible the utilization science of new raw (by group). 1 1I 1 Friday, May 24, 9 till)) 7 I i CLYDE-MALLORY

length. It was. fitted on the with. massed lilies and afternoon for Miami for a materials. 2. Recitation, Verdell Gibson.i:) Pritchard'. Orchestra
head in cap fashion and had a ferns. .. business stay of several days. Back in the days of our grand I 3. Rhumba Dance, Margaret i A minute nose veiL She carried a Mrs. Julia Nelson sang! "O,!I Mrs Guilreymo Soto arrived parents no one dreamed of the bewildering Carey and Ruth Scott. I I
yesterday from Miami to attend variety of fabrics the 4. Solo, "I'll String Along' ---
Promise Me. -
bouquet of white lilies stephanotis Mrs. O. D. Link spent the week mills of today turn out. No
and ferns tied with white sat- The wedding processionals: were I end in Key West with Mr.. Link.f the funeral of lisr: son, Miguel Angel knows today what the mills will one be I With You." !

in ribbons. rendered by Mrs. Joseph Sawyer.i r member of the state plant board I who was killed Saturday evening producing five years from now, but 5. Dance and Song, Evange-
Her attendants wore pastel organdies Immediately following the ceremony unit, and left yesterday afternoonfor in an automobile accident on that they will be producing and I line Burgehy.!; j I
and carried while lilies the bridal party was entertained I the home in Davie, Fla. I Duval street. looking for new blood and new ideasto 6. Dance, Doris Scott and
keep themselves abreast of progress others.
and ferns. at an informal receptionby
The bridal party included Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.' Leo IL Warren. Mrs Antolin Fernandez and Thomas E. Rarsell left jes>ter- be in is this as certain uncertain as world.anything can 1 7. Tap Dance Rohelia Bur- :

Joseph Menendez, matron,,of honor The happy newlyweds will be daughter Miss Celia. left yester-j day afternoon for Miami where Textile products have been need- gehy. I f:4 lis
;.Marjorie Atwell)), maid of hon at home to their many friendsat day afternoon for the home In j I IMiaimi he will spend a brief vacation ed since the dawn of history and 't I 8. Song and Dance, Victorine t : I .
or; Anna Kirehheiner and Edna their apartments at 412 Eliza- to Join Mr. Fernandez,:](with relatives. always will be needed. The industry Curry and others. .
Wells,,bridesmaids. betbitreetl"! t: ,. lio'aeft Saturday after being in, is an essential one. The market is l; $9. Dance, 'Tluth Scott ..''andoYterSl I
.u si"i". >-ci; "'i2>;: Mill ..,.. '0) I:' < P."S'-L '}'-" 'Key'West for; the graduation of; world-wide. Both by reason of the ;. R'/I{ Jn: USE
-,- .. _rR 11r.n: i p1in --pPliin Ukt. ';.. '111"i.i,; fIOU' JJ. -.. -tlMuking 'Miss- Celia" 'from the Convent of i I Attorney Raymond Lord, who and fact because that it is of an the essential industry, I i', Solo, Gwendolyn $Mf J
tc .... spending a few days in Miamion constant changes i '. L .r ,
ttll! 11 1
BeachQ1' % Plan?For* .P> K Mary Immaculate.Mrs. i" it must undergo to keep abreast of ;" Rhumba Dance saw-er'l K ITS PURER! i
t' t'e? .uu ttaiJUifc t I tJ'' -P<. business, returned yesterday. ,the times, it offers Garcia and D. ,Scott.
a promising field \
For Thursday. '11- 'lLt, .. .,so. rl c; d. pan; tc .. Bessie L Lee: and daugh-J[ ': to the young man about to start out I *':12. Chorus, "Nasty njflASTS LONGER! I Ii

S. n-, -1pr'" J" Mt.,t F ?ttN i .., .,. "'flT'q ter Norm -wh /we>X ending a yMrs. Raul Carbonell and baby on his career.It i! 13. Dance, 4Swc et Sue;" Wini i 1 1

Preparations'are going forwardfor tI'1derahi' 0trf thb Key"WelStJl'J.. while in Kfc .VV'tt' wjfh' ilrs. Lee's who were in Miami several days technical is,however knowledge,a field in that requires ;fred Bethel. !> l '. i I. | ICE'REFRIGERATORSMade t '
the 'beach and recreational liee Depktllteftt'IAsSociatio! Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvey practically I ,
party ltae parents enjoying a visit with members of all its branches, from the initial I

outing to be given by the continuing their'i!: campaign' !"to left yesterday for their homein the family, returned yesterday. treatment of the raw material, on yer j I of all metal-equipped I ,

Junior Woman's Club at South make the grand ball and cabaret .Chicago.. through all the processes of-spinning 15. Solo "Moonglow." Marie, with WATER COOLERSThey're t
1 1I
Wednesday night May 29, the.I. weaving, dyeing and the ap- Russell.
Beach Thursday afternoon. most entertaining event of its!i Mr. and Mrs. John B. Roberts I I Mrs. Claude Roberts who was plication of the design. Chemistry, j j.11. I I.laek..w 1 t

Members and guests are to kind ever given in, Key West, it{i:and Travis E. Halcane,who were I spending a vacation with relatives I engineering and art all play their ... ... ... ......... lI.t.,- I i e f Economical 31
parts-and must be
meet at the cabanas at 5 o'clock was said today. I I: the guests of If r. and Mrs. John and friends at Tavernier, return experts. applied by THE SEMINOLE (k11 100 Per Cent Refrigeration

where they will be greeted by the Members of the 'different committees -1 JW.' Roberts at the home. 914 Eaton -I: ed yesterday. Resident textile schools are lo- ......._..111... Florida ICllt Satisfaction
hostesses Mrs. William Arnold, are very .much pleased street, left yesterday afternoon cated in various parts of the conn *. n. .niM-.R. Waoaa-er: I
Mrs. Waldo Johnson and Mt'a. with the interest displayed! by for their homes in Miami. I, Eugene Sands was a returning try but if it is impractical to I A human home-tike Instltotion'I P30 at I I
.....- attend one of these schools a beginner' where you will find y_.r
James Brady.A I merchants and others who- have visitor yesterday from Marathon tadlvMoalj.,
.. .
number of exciting events been approached and patronage Mrs. A. R. Metzger, of Rieh-?j 1 where he went Sunday to spend cellent job in a mill can offer ex- rwwf.rt of great importance.ratrrtat.we. a matter '
schooling provided it is combined j
and contests are being planned! requested, and feel that there is rnond. Va.. representing one ofj!! the evening with Mr. and Mrs. with study during spare time. roA -- and 35
for the entertainment of members I nothing to hinder the affair being the 'largest manufacturing: companies -'Harry Snow. In fact the textile industry standsout atrrl fireproof ..".'.1( located '
and guests. I a grand success. of condensed milk left i* as one in which the positionsof [ !. the heart' of the rltr i EASY TFRMS-10 DAYS a
Those who have no means of the of yesterday for New Orleans after responsibility are largely filled r
Daily special
program Tuhj I
a pleasant visit as guest of Mr. Chas. R. Houston, former editor by men who have risen from the ,Everv Room with Combination 1 TREE TRIALTHOMPSON
call)) 669-J and
transportation attractions is added to 5ho..r. ,
may being as and Hath Radio ElectricC4ilinC
Ketchum. of the Havana (Cuba) Post, ranks by using every opportunity to .
and Mrs. Charles II. !
of transportation will be entertainers j i Fan Slat P nr for SummerVentilation
means pledge themselves to and now residing in Miami\ is study the technical side of their! Comfortable Beds with: 'S ICE CO.

provided. take part in the-.novel floor show t I 'E. S. Smith, master builder spending this week in Key Westat work_while. .gaining... practical expaBENJAMIN j i i Ataltrrases o* Inns Spring Con-;'
I car ..
and the olio will be replete with I I lot ;1'-: in tract ion and Individual Read) jilt .
from 'St. Augustine in Jack Golden's Hotel Colonial Lamps.
came yesterday LOPEZ I ling
outstanding numbers of the highest |
Visitors Leave "
I ISlaalej .
from St. Augustine for I Phone No. 8
type of entertainment. ISo FUNERAL HOMEE.taLU.Ia..f ,
En Route Home confident are the promotersof ( brief visit and left in the after fibPALACE! I TS ROOM.. Private Bath .. .... .:...o'l'
noon for Miami. f 49 Y.*r. RWM. Private Ratll ..,.. XAO;,
the affair that the attendancewill t It., We.. Oldott 'INS. Room.*. Private Bath -...._ a...I!
Mrs. Garner Sholes; son War: be beyond their most optimistic Gilbert Roland-Mona Barrie in 24-Ho.r Ambvlaoco. Service pus: ROOM. Private Rath ___ .-_ 3JM si,
ren and Mrs. Sholes' sister .Mrs.' expectations that Edelmiro Fernandez, son of Mr. : LADIES LOVE DANGER 10 Sai-rl' R-.... Private n-th 4.",
Gense left preparations and Mrs. Tomas Fernandez, and; Ucccsod Embalae.rPk. SLIGHT I\(.,..:..!IIt: rnlt. I>Ot nl.C: ;
Slingerland, yesterday' are being made at the Habana- wife, arrived in Key West yesterday -! Gene Raymond-Frances Drake ... 135 Nitnt 698-W OCttPANCV: : : : t
afternoon for Miami after an Madrid Club to entertain
approximately for visit with relatives TRANSIENT LADY ... .
a aftewjan 1 --- --- -"- -
teresting visit over the week end.* 400 persons.i -- -
These visitors came Sunday and i I .absence of_about five years f i Matinee: lO-15c( Night: 15-2Sc

decided, after a brief view of the]! I II
Alumni Assn.
I i. To Dumont Love, superintendent
city, to remain over and gain amore I -.
of.air brakes, from St. Augustine,
Conduct ;
comprehensive idea of Key: Meeting KEY WESTCOLONIAL
was an arrival yesterday for a
West and its attractions. 1 j, consultation with! locil railway of I HOTELIn
Before leaving yesterday these]i, Key West High School Alumni ficials. FIRMS
visitors told The Ciizen they had Association will hold
;: a meeting at the Center of the Business
enjoyed; a delightful visit and I,, the school auditorium tomorrow { MONROE THEATER I
hoped to return within the next evening at 8:00 o'clock accordI and Theater District

few weeks. ing to an announcement made by Claude Rains-Douglass Montgomery I i
l First ClaarFueproofSensible Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
\ President Hollon BervaldL in THE MYSTERY i ii t
Melody Hoar On Final preparations for the com i OF EDWIN DROOD t Rates

I ing reunion will be made at this -also- I I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI i
Thursday 'WHAT
: Night session. Every member of the organization SHE LEARNED

1 is urged to attend. ABOUT SAILORS Garage Elevator BARBECUED '
The fourth Key West !Melody Matin..: Balcony, lOcI Orchestra I I ROSES
Popular Price JOHN C. PARK
Hour will be presented at 8:00 p.i Local Clab Plant lS-20ci Night 15-25e I t SANDWICHES THIS SPACE

m on Thursday in the Colonial, .... -- Prepared the Old-Fashioned
For -- -----
Hotel. I Weekly Hike I way with all the trimmings FLORAL PIECES A
Some of the most beautiful eeoooooaeeeoeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeFOR 328 SIMONTON ST. SANDWICHES of all kinds

melodies that have been written' The Key West Hiking Club wu SPECIALTY 12 InsertionsPLUMBING

will be heard. .' ...w'Am.o der the'rderhip>of Miss Harriett lOc: 35c

J.tMleJwin. be the*.far "Jettison; will leave ithef Harris ::::: TO PLANTS. and VINES
moue Lustspiel-Overture by Keler- School at.-9t39'a. m. Saturday I t f

Beln, snntKc'Cf Options from thePperas 1cffr.JJAlQh r \ lift; : 1L .''- "'. "illaL i- i ,... Wino;, Soda*, ,Etc. PER'MONTH! i
Cayaneria Rusticana" and i\-'Ii} e j bb ill l1sor d by the A
W-a TrlViaU'bqiIWvely\, I ] Spnn'1; '!'ttW' ;Iu"' 1\\wWt f %lH'of. the Key, : .tilL. DURO PUMPS PAY. US A VISIT sop: t I..I II.( I I. '

Songs will lend their_charm: _jn! !i I West Adirumstration. The group -,- -.J 'WeGreet"You' With a Smile' FLORIDA"i '')
iSjii "" ., .... --::-; PLUMBING SUPPLIESPHONE .
making. this an appealing Melody. Twill] hike to Rest"Beach wKere;, Av*_* i \x Els3OO '
flour j!Stanch Will,be had. Ht'p-Ii-VVj' ['-lf *s -e I Ir ART'S BA -Q UE : ,
,i ; A.VI_ V ;* 348 .! i
I A Z >
Woman's AuxiliaryTo II Arrange Dance I ''s s* i } # .. t.aN 1 -NO FLIES- Vi
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Hold MeetingThe II At Cuban Club
opening of the United I I Boys Sodality of St. Mary's I; INSURANCE

Thank Offering boxes of the Wo-! Church will sponsor a Big Mayj' 1 Jewfish 2 Ib. *. 35c THE KEY WEST
man's Auxiliary of St. Paul's'': Dance at the Cuban Club on Fri-' d
M> 24 gl/t. wtagt Yellowtail Steak, 2 Ib., 35c Office: 319 Duval Street -
Church trill tyke place Wednell-''.day. y from 9:00 p. JD.1, + 'ge 'R.f11ia11 J
day May 22, in the parish hall 1;,'tUl 1 Yellowtail Cone, 2 lb. 2Sc SUNDAY STARSubscription

at 4:30 o'clock. I I Music for the affair will befurnished 1! Grouper, 2 lb.. _______ 25c r

All women in the parish are in-',' by Pritchard's' Orchestra. -, Snapper,2 11... 2Sc TELEPHONE NO.1
vited. The delegate, who recently $2 Per Year
1 Motion Fist. 2 Ib*. 2Sc
returned from the annual I Try Yo.r MoaU AtDelmonico
convention will make their re There .are more. than 200 self. FRESH SHRIMP Key West' Only Sunday. -THE---

ports. help cooperative associations in PaperBusiness RestaurantBvoWoitor
., I California providing full or part FREE PROMPT DELIVERY PORTERALLENCOMPANY
Office Citizen Boor .
"Home Coming"Is subsistence for 9,316 families or ------- lie

i 37,' 64 persons. I I II LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six Covrto Dinnora, _.___-

PostponedThe .' :I MEETING KEY WEST HIGH J PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ---------- SOc. 7Sc. a ml 85.

."home coming Whic "!had 9 i I SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSO.
been planned to take place at the!
Convent of Mary Immaculate on t A meeting of the Key West AARON McCONNELL Our i
Reputation Wrap. AMERICAN COFFEE
t I
Thursday. May 23. has been post-I High School Alumni, Association 536 Fleming Street
poned until a later date,' it will be held Wednesday night at ped in very package Now Offered in 3'Grades.of ,
announced today.Moonlight 8 o'clock in the High School build i ii- / FUNERAL HOME

I ing. Members are urged to be .. STAR, lb 2Sc;

present., Tb. LARGO lb 18c
Dance HOLLOK R. BERV ALDI. Furnished two-story house and lot at 1307 White- t Watch tl PRINTINGDONE Dignified, SympatheticCo ;

At Local Clab 'President. head street. In exclusive neighborhood. Beautiful view Oeeter rta., V.&S.lb15c:.

MISS ELIZA GARDNER of the sea and overlooking Coral Park ; BY US Buy It At Your Local
Regular monthly Moonlight Secretary.: .ma .!I-lb Grocery Store
Dance at the Habana-Madrid Club For price and terms. apply to I WATCHMAKER JEWELEU THEARTMAN LICENSED EMBALMER

for members and their invited clocks'MALARIA I' AND ENGRAVER Roasted In Key West by
guests will be held Wednesday 666 6 6 6 See Him For Your Next Work PRESS Anibmlanco SorricoLADY STAR COFFEE MILL
evening starting at 10:00 o'clock. The Citizen Office I
These monthly affair are ch'enby : 1..34-" or Citizen BidPHONE *. ATTENDANT 512 Greene Street
the management in appreciation COLDSfirst Heaps 9 to 12-1 t. 6
; Phone 256PXGE
of the patronage afforded the L'--T.w.e. w .Residence< 1309 Whitehead Street I 51 .
Opom Saturday Nigta" Pfco.0 648 Novor Sloe*
club by its members and at this SJn "(-Dr.,. oay.* I
time no script is charged. TONIC.4 3 I
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