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 22, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00021
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i Press Day,Win' Key West Florida, has the

Service. Wtzt Citizen( most equsble weather in the I

)For 65 Years Devoted to the etl" country i.; with *an average

r Best Interests of Key West range 14 Fahrenheit


:"t ,New- York May or.. Invites 1: MANY. COMING VISITORS TO CITY I Florida f House PassesBillProhiBitingJrapping $; Advices From Washington. Indicate Key .1

ft Mak'nevAnd31ib' ; psonrToi ; i iw I If NEXT MONDAYi I : Crabs, West Marine:.HospitaLTa; .BeiAbandoned;

.t.i Attend CominfiiConference 4 DELEGATIONS-FROM FORT i!!! Crawfish In. Monroe;:.County I HOUSE PASSES; ''I PLANS ARE NOW-IN MAKING- .FOR'BUILDING*



Discuss BUILDER ANDCONTRACTOR TALLAHASSEE. May"22, [ as interestedwith
Called To : GROUP
I, Trapping of stone crabs, Representative Papy in ..
Hr Ae.riated Pr.>
Great Need For IN'CUBAjARRIVES' I: lobsters and crawfish will attempting to restore the i TALLAHASSEE May 22. WHO WAS IN KEY WEST RECENTLY
Delegations from Fort Lauderdale J
Reviving International I II I and Hollywood probably will be prohibited in Monroe, :shellfish life of the southern -The house patted tenat

I be included in the ;. Dade and Collier counties coastal waters. i i i bill 832 and also senate bill By PtlL MrprrUI
group coming t \\. ...&..ii I.rrr.r....., vf The CUIm
Trade I I
I I here next Monday from Miami un- i;when the senate approves a Trapping has so depleted I 833 confirming ..
I. CONCISTRE, FOREMOST IN der the auspices of the Miamihomemakers' house bill passed last night the supply, according to the I j las acts of M.nroe county mediate danger of losing the Public [earth Service Ma-
Club, it was indicated '
i Mayor Wm. H. Malone HIS LINE CLAIMS HE IS by Representative Bernie Monroe\ member, that fami- commission and Key West
rine [
i in a letter received today by J. : I I Hospital now located there, it was learned here to

and County Commissioner I PLANNING TO LOCATE IN Gerry Curtis from Mrs. Addison Papy of Key West I'I i lies and individuals are finding -; council: : in declaring: an enerfcncy day.

Norberg Thompson have I KEY WEST PERMANENTLYi lIall, who is making arrangements The bill was supported by it increasingly difficult : and c llinf upon the
I I A recent trip of Assistant Surgeon General 5. LChritiaD.oftbe..HeaJth
been invited by Mayor F. H.! for! the trip in Miami.,, the; Dade,and Collier rep- to find an adequate; -supply J I .or_r....,t..t.... charge. I

,i Just hOw.m&ay..ill be in the i i ',( Service,.to. Miami and Key West,
La' Guardia,' of New YO'rk.1 :esentatives who: expressed of this food.RtJoserekiAppears I ,:Th.jlailU -"ow go, to..fa*
.. M. Concistre,/t ne> ef.th4f\lu..e.; 'partscoiniaghereloi: the'da7 to ,
to'attend>a conference.'ofmayors H., definitely -- -- -- - if >o.. ..r.routine_inspection of.mariner relief activities -
most contractors and builders>of 3epthis Island iCityi; not I ,
\ and business zepresentatives *'4 fc .r, known yesterday although: i\ ; these place; ,,waa.izzi reality a. search -for a site for a

of7 feeaport'i Cities,,Cuba-. id in Key-Wet1' for'a' while. 'Mrs! Hall said that,there-had.been I i Befor&iCAtogress ;!l\\ LHJRYHDECtARESKHLtlNfflOFS'BOY'. :J newMnnei-H0n| ] ati;,Miami( itrt, earned

looking over'the 'business.:" ,prospects inure ,UiflOO'tn<|uiries> .
to "be held in New York'June i. If If af lid'lIeaIth Service Hospital is built at Miami
i lirs.friend, bers of.the club and friend of club And Delivers Veto Of"BonusvKJiWASHINQTON 1 I
10; 11 and 12, in the great in company'with!, ,
I I members,relative to the excursion. the one now in operation at Key West will be abandoned,
hall of the chamber of commerce A. S. Caviness. He is at the
There is a possibility that many I
4 I ..._ .. Preel WAS ACCIDENTALVERDICT it was stated.
of the state. j I Hotel ColoniaL will remain over until Tuesday and
May 22. the most forceful addresses. Although concrete plans for the new hospital at Mi-
The conference it is ., One of the foremost interior return at that time but for those (I

shown is called for the pur- decorators of the island Mr. Con- who are to. be here only Monday President Roosevelt ap- of his career as president. : RENDERED LAST ami hive not yet been placed before the Treasury Depart-
afeJnoon, every minute has been lie summed in logical :
\. pose of centering the attention cistre has been called: upon at filled- ; peared before a joint session up a NIGHT IN CASE OF MIGUEL ment, it was indicated that the Public Health Service is
times to design the interior fin I : and incontrovertible seriesof
of the nation on the After arriving on the East Coart congress this afternoonof ,i SOTO RUN OVER BY AUTO highly in favor of the transfer.A .
ishings of some of the most magnificent -t train. the visitors will be taken to facts and figures the

great need of reviving international buildings in Havana, ando 'the Key West Country club where and personally delivered his: expenditures! MOBILE SATURDAY NIGHT survey shows it was stated that eighty-five per
e nor In. 0 u s

: trade and for an today considered a number outstanding of them in whichare the luncheon the club will be are nerved.arranging Officersof this: unqualified veto of the 1-at-: which have been made ini! cent of the patients at the Key West Hospital come from

orderly discussion of ways in field of artistry carry' the imprint with the co-operation of several local man bonus bill. j I behalf of veterans since the'i iI Shortly before 7 o'clock last the Miami district and are transported from there to the

which this may be accom- :o of Mr. Concistre's ability. women. A display of handi- night the coroner's jury inv ali-;
'I In a short talk with The Citizen crcaft work produced by the social I.[ For 40 minutes, from ii war, and closed his speech gating the death of Miguel Angel 1 I hospital and b>ck again at service expense.
quickly and
plished as as
today Mr. Concistre said he I service Administration department of the Key i[ 12:35: {) until 1:15{) o'clock the with the announcement of. Soto, 13 year old lad who died Proposals for the construction of a new hospital at
,West requested
definitely as possible. is contemplating closing out all
i I members of the homemakers'organisationwill president held the undivided his peto, which was received from a wound received in a collision -
and business of his holdings in Havana and I Miami will probably be included as,, part of the program
representatives making his home in the quiet and: be shown in the f attention of his hearers]' by his hearers with a storm1 I a rhoit time previous returned -
from cities and potty on peaceful: city of Key West. lobby of the clubhouse. a verdict to the effect which the Public Health Service will present for financing -
the coast of the United States from ( Details of the entire affair arc; while he delivered one applause.
that the deceased "caiue to his under the $4,000,000.000 woik-reb'ef( bill, it was indicated.
loi.ine being'h,ndled' through officers of - -
Portland, to SeattlelVasti-, I 1-- I inen
death from injuriell'received
ington, have I been invited to the; SEIZED LAUNCH the Country club officer and :I. _
1t accident and -the '. .
; automobile ; Y -
commuters of! the.Key! We!lt Hospttalily -t\\PEYARIEJYOFSUBJECTMATTEREXHIBITED :. y"y- :
: ', +. c uteraaea.r ?Fwuraeities-in: ,1'10.1Ida I r AUCTIONED OFF I ( ""League: and officials of :accident was unavoidable." --- --- -- --- -- ----

besides Key West are to be the Key West Administration. I Saturday evening shortly after ''

represented. These are Jacksonville : I Most\ of the arrangements are being AT LOCAL ART GALLERY ;,,1 o'clock Rene Diaz was drivingan CHORAL GROUPMEETING 'ASKS CLIENTS

Miami, Tampa and 1'eiisa-'; PURCHASES made by the local organization automcbile in. a northerly di- f
I ?. --- rection on Duval street and young HERETHISEVENING ;i OF FERA FORCE
cola. More than 300 people visited to remain in the gallery for only a
CRAFT AT NAVAL STA. Following the luncheon which I Soto was riding bicycle couth on I
Mayor Malone has replied to 1, is expected to be highly interestingand ;, the first summer exhibition which left more days. the same street.

the Utter of Mayor La Guardia' TION FOR $165 I entertaining the group will betaken opened at the Key West Art Gal- William llofliuairs two portraits I The accident: happened as the I TO FILE CARDS
of his deep inter' in oils of girls in lheOllngtr
giving assurance popular
on a sight-seeeing: tour lery last Sunda.r. On view were auto and bicycle started to turnoff \ i
and that he will! intivtiuccs different I _
the matter -
eel in various I ) set. a -
around the city when the Duval on to Angela street.
effort to attend the 10 water colors: and pastels, three phase of in this .
make painting ex-
every Launch Lamb V16123, was points of interest! will be shown Soto was thrown from the wheel. FINAL SESSION "oF ORGAN. SHOWN MAftY HAVE FAILED
conference. The letter is reproduced auction held in the portraits in oils, 18 prints and hibition. Hofiman'fc[ approach to
sold at founl
public them-at least as many as can be and when picked up woe to
herewith: I naval station today. The purchaser !. crowded into the few hours-before di44ngs' and 16 photographs of thu bubjcet Is that of a painter be bleeding profusely from a deep IZATION WILL BE HELD TO TURN IN CARDS FOR
"Your letter of May 10, extending lather than that of a photographer. -
was Benito Perez, and the ,thp train departs. t I Key West houses. wound in the neck.' OF
invitation to me to was' I He finds more satisfaction in UNDER DIRECTION i I CORRECTION IN NEW WORK
an purchase price $165. I The trip to Key Weft' will be the This exhibition, the largest ever lie was placed in a rar and
attend the conference of mayors The vessel was seized; on March I fourth excursion made by the Mi- held in Key Wen offerd a wide a ttrong and interesting cocmposi-: taken to the Marine Hjsiwal GE6RGE MILLS WHITE I i PROGRAM

and representatives of businessof 14, 1934 by Customs Agent P. J. ami Homemakers club. Previously : variety of subject matter and 1. tion. restrained coior: values and whrre examination showed that -

seaports and cities'of the United Calvin assisted by officers of the the group has visited New York f treatment.. Seen ss ahole.,;I in the I building: of solid forms than the carotid artery had been !e- The final meeting for organization Approximately 200 persons on

States to be held in New Yorkon local customs house unit and Chicago and Nassau. i there was, first of all, a general :o he docs in recording the superficial -' vered. lie died within a Vief of the Key West choral the relief rolls have failed so far
June 10, 11, 12, was received,; since that time has been in the panorama of Key West. The general -, and obvious characteristicswith : time despite the efforts of thesurgeons I group will be held tonight, starling -
for_which please accept thanks."There ;I submarine base at the station, I impression is that of a city minute exactness. of the hospital to rave at 7:30 p. m. This morning to report to the work division office
can be no doubt but awaiting a claimant. LAST PASSENGER i I filled with exquisite examples of' diehard Jam; n's water colors him. George Mills White, director of of the Key West Administration :

that the foreign commerce of the. Recently: the launch floatedover domestic architecture: marvelous, catch one of the specific color: Members of the coronsr's jury the music section of the Key West to have their cards", corrects:

United States is largely responsible a submerged runway at high SAILING MALLORY foliage and exotic flora the hole themes of Key West. This i i' who heard the testhiiWny and ren- Administration, ,, urged all persons_ far the new'files in connectionIjwitfi :
for the present depression, tide and when the tide receded' :i particularly true of his painting of who have not
encompaSi.ed in the brilliant and 'n" t e rftlfY"i1fAJof'ffrdinlt interested; pq.:;;singing the work .
new prelTa1u.t
and while the seaport cities are the keel hun on the runway; :; a house and palm) trees, inlhWdetitately k. .. the previous'
up :yet: the soft coloring which per. mllpta H n'1Id Leror .ett idt71fX pf"
i. FRIDAYq. : I soft paateWiki t! iiiClaude Gandolfo, in charge of
affected it nevertheless continued 'fO".bbi( LINE ON and : ;
mostly and as the tide ,: vMe. throughout the everchanging orres, W. F. Collins W. J. Walker I. meetiega.to,5 at the #es k>n-l! #.
,, the- Interiot of the,: to'karfeen'xin1t i shades.. -jm! "i I the'afeijjnment officer emphasized
permeajtea the vessel continued -I I. \q. J cycle; of color! combin.tions.i: Paul Boyseli, and Fernanclo night ,3 i. .
country. The, problem!should bit:'tn!. 'sunk.: It was' \\n :"tnis'"'eoW. I. -"' "T"" t.*l 1. .(And;,again, this exhibition as a.I F. Town-end Morgan"' ; who/ha,. 'dtr l|9>!-rta in I.I "ltt, i A group-of 50r it-is hoped wift i lousy< ::that; persons who. have received f
met; a solution found, aDd ri the dition when sold. :a'; WILL BE LAST 'bA'r&1 whole-affords'Boms clue: to the' succeeded Adrian Dornbuih te ii i : cards asking.that they resort I

remedy applied. The.j' exchangeof :' charm, which strikes'the dominant! rector of the,,art pKojecttontrils; .E-ENT, :mitj { ,T l nItl I aie t: to the work, division office t

ideas from the different sections {Y 'SEA 4 r QINI II'nut*' in the"pattern'of Key West t!,used two new etchingsto this ex i I time the r tjyn mee.tr; should do so: at once if they expect t

of'the'country' t'h..v",1; !jAUTO! TAG AGENT-- C AtJdE' I 5 UL ISMADE'N lifer. i iiAvisitor' :, hibition. One of these, in particular 1 Iffl CNIhtA; lar.! 10veP'"jJ large proportion : to be included in the new
b for it
any other'result than the f ormulatioh ; from the outside could l arresting:: graceful HAS MISFORTUNE1 of that number already work operations file. Thin ap-
of a feasible remedy. 1 'IN' MIAMI M1ANTIMEbShould composition and full use of the who have
I not help but be impressed with have attended one of the sessions plies only, to person
have certain ideas which apply to the wealth of visual life which this medium. This plate. "Fisher- held Monday and Tuesday night. been sent cards or notices signed
this section of our country relative The men. demonstrates Mr. Morgan'sunderstanding have by Mr. Gandolfo.
t I city affords so abundantly "With the nucleus we in
to the commerce with Central HERE there be no changes in, rich and almost impossible color, of the etcher's MRS.HENRY BREWER IN the cast of the 'Pirates of Pen- For-the convenience: of those
and South America which! JOHN DI LUSTRO WAS the present schedule of sailingsof combinations the haphazard jux- rraft. Line, the' essence of this, JURED IN AUTO OCCIDENT zance'-all persons who hard who have been asked to report to
perhaps may be different from ROUNDUP Line medium is used to define forms, believe the office it will be for the I
DURING RECENT passengers on Mallory taposition of pleasing forms are sung together before I -I open
those in the larger cities whosecODl.nQrce I'I' vessels from this port the last of to be found in the settings! and indicate contours and merest atmospheric NEAR VERO we can develop an interesting organization next few days from 7:30 a. m. !

are with European nations OF DELINQUENTS these Failings will be made Fri-, surroundings, large: and formally condition"*. In additionto ," Mr. White said this until & )'. IIL, including the siesta
.' A common policy, how I I I I designed houses as well as in cas- the pure etching process',.Mr.' I morning. "If all the persons who hours.
ever, may improve both. day.About nine weeks ago the ual views of the waterfront. A Morgan has used dry point to Many friends of Mr. and Mrs.! can sing and are interested in -----
"I am making every endeavor I Friends in Key West of John !steamship line announced four:: notable feature of this exhibition bring out, and with rich nnctioasne Henry Brewer, will be distressed' singing attend the meeting tonight

possible to be present at the con-!I Di Lustro learned with regret dates on which the Steamship.: is that no artist felt the necessityof ; the waves in the foresrwnd. to learn that Mrs. Brewer met' we can work out several different -SEARS COMING
,ference, and shall be pleased to yesterday of his death in l\Ii.mij; Henry R. Mallory would arrive at forcing his ersonages, composition -: Dry point it may be noted here', with a serious! accident on their singing groups during the

receive from' Mt. Watson the I Monday.\ He was here two weeks i Key West from Galveston the,, *. or colors into a highly U the use of a needle to 'scratch trip to New Haven and is now at summer." 'i HEREON VISIT

chairman of the committee, any!I I sailings to be on alternate weeks.I pitched "r overly dramatic mood. : the plate. A small burr of copperis Vero Beach suffering with\ Quartets sextet, octets and
information relative.to the pro I'ago.Mr.. Di Lustro was one of the;t,I For the last three sailings including -i Above all there is this satisfaction left in the path of the needle fractured kneecap.: al I other smaller groupings., In addi-' _

gram and detailed 'arrangements. state automobile tag agents and 1 the-one for Friday, every with simple visual delights end this catches a greater' amountof Mr. and Mrs. Brewer spent tion to the l larger mixed choral AND OTHER
If there is a set program I would:: with W: E. Van Loon came to reservation on the vessel 1 was with the casual mood of everyday ink and thus prints black the winter in Key West and enjoyed -I; group are to be organized, it is
like to have at least five or ten:f Key West during the recent roundup I i spoken I for and others would be things and with the tranquility!' of, only deeper in ei>lor but. somewhat their visit so much that before planned : MEMBERS OF HOUSE COM.,
minutes relative, to' the Cuban,:, of delinquent: purchasers of i available. life. The paintings here fulfill richer in.,texture. It should leaving on May 10 in their I f
Central and South American. ,come -I tags for* H>35. I II "I'used if from Key West for j I:: this reviewer believes, one of the; be noted in addition that the de- car made arrangements which': M1TTEE DUE SOON

merce." .' I I While here he told a number of this Bookings' week include )lr.<. Jane;; primary conditions of art and thatis i i0n of an etching-33: 'Irat f ''the half, plate the were satisfactory: and leased aj I FERRY BRINGSi i j -
i >
t the printing "
The Mr.. Watson" referred to in: friends pf his intentionof retn-n- Brown and two children, Mr?. M. the communication or pleasureand work: home here for the coming ems-'
excellence i
Mayor Malone's letter is Thomas.: ing to I Key West with 'Mrs. Di:I.S1 Hemion. )let'. E. Wilcox. Mrs. B. delight' : ,' calls for as m aesthetictensibility.rh technical son. 'FREIGHT HERE Congressman W. J. Sears and
and the two children as to discuss all and about 12 other members of the
J. Watson president of the American -: Lustro It is impossible to dear friend f f
iF. Sawyer and daughter: Anne|! that the 'In a letter a
section of the InternationalChamber so 0A asj. vacation time arrived:'I',and possibly Mr. and Mrs. Jerome t of the paintings' in this limited I The observer will alter-mete'having teen Mrs. Brewerwrites that 'whenj, House Committee on Naval Affairs
of Commerce, who has for a vacation and to enjoy some, space.! One cannot overlook Adrian etrhin!: plate had reached a point near; Terry Palms of the F. E. C. are expected to arrive in
|Blum. off uniformly they ;
accepted the chairmanship of the, of the great fishing to be found 1! !I Dornbush's "View of the South !, inked was not film.wiped of ink left Vero Beach after a delightful< ride Car Ferry Company, arrived from Key West in the near future, it
committee which is formulating a in these waters. : ,Side. Key West.** for it is one of, a thin tonal effect in the through beautiful Florida. they,; Cuba yesterday afternoon with was learned today.
definite program for the confer-i HABANA-MADRID CLUB't the fine tater colors by this to bring out the I I met with an automobile accident.' 21 cars of pineapples. 10S24 While the exact itinerary oo' '
I'I'i I There is a clouds. has not been definitely
painter. the
well-known '71 sacks of mail, baggage party
ence. frac- crates.
visitors were and her -right eapella was :
)fIr; TbolT\flOn. when asked if TRUCK WILL ARRIVE i Regular MonthlyMOONLIGHT '. rich orchestration of color and i The man and five miscellaneous cars. announced it Is understood theywill i.
he would attend said that other TOMORROW form and a subtle building ofmasses charmed and pleased with the gen- turgid Bench Steamship Henry R. Mallory of visit Pensacola. Miami and t.
which had been Witk Fresh Frail aadVe ], I that calls for deep aopre-: uine hospitality'! of Key West.jwhich ]I i They are Vero '''the Clyde-Malory Lines Is due to::, Key West. Detail* of the trip t
arrangements there until Mrs.
Fr Mea.. sad Their Guests character of this took the form of a reception and wilt remain the
( uMe > r ci,tion. The real I night with I and the length of time party
made previous to receipt of MayorLa I' which Mrs. Wlliam B-1! Brewer has sufficiently recovered i arrive in port Friday I
T.aickt. Fr_ 10 ... till T color is not immediately over Wes expectedlater.
be in are
will Key
p. water
Guardia's invitation made it I TIFT'S CASH GROCERY I must be studied slowly Porter presided.. She was assisted I i when the trip home will be_ re-j freight; and passengers, en routeto
impossible for him to be in New 1212 Olivia St. ....... 29_ NO SCRIPT : obvious and lingering!?. This painting is t' (Continued on Page Four) ramed. They will travel by' train. Jacksonville and New York J,
York to attend the conference. ------



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r 'QIbe d ktP'. (SEtgl Ctt2fe- CIVIL SERVICE I. KEY WEST IN Today's l[ TODAY'S WE THERJ| Today In History

Published Dan Except Sunday By'TUB It is rather generally known that the ....s.a5..a50a5a.0e.aa..
CITUKN PCBUtHlNa co.. ISC.L. I i DAYS GONE BY Anniversaries *
.......... pretense of appointing postmasters of the j I 1802-Died, aged 70. Martha
P. ABTMAM.Prom The Citizen beading i I I Happenings Her. Just 10 YeartAo ...!.................... Temperature- ( East Gulf: Gentle shifting] Washington, wife of the General

Corner Greene and Ana Btreeta fin, second and third classes-the so- Today A. Taken From 1743-Gamaliel Painter, Mid- Highest ..... -.. ..... ...911 I Ii winds becoming easterly. | and President

called presidential postmasters-as a re- I The File Of The CitUea I dlebury. Vt. pioneer, soldier. .ef Lowest ._:--- :=:==.....=_79 1
thly Dan Newspaper In Key Walt Mid Monroe the Revolution, one of the founders i Mean --_----.---- -. 85 WEATHER CONDITIONS j, 1907-Historic trial of Aaron

County.Catered sult of Civil Service examinations is an I Roberts! and' Walton is the j I of Middlebury College, bornat :Normal Mean ..................... .._...80'Rainfall '!; The disturbance Burr for treason formally beganat '
at Key: Wett. Florida, as second olase matter utter farce. I New Haven, Conn. Died May that was off Richmond Va.-acquitted by
firm name of a new real estate i iYesterday's I '
21, 1819. 1 II I: the North Carolina coast yesterday jury on September 1.
FJrI'T-SIXT YKAKMeeabe This is not the fault of,the Civil Serv- firm which has opened offices in Precipitation 0 Ins.I I I morning has moved northeastward '
..... .. Premal.j I Key: West, in the building formerly -I -
Ass .16In-1 I
the Normal .... ,
Associated Preaa exclusively entitled to oae ice' Commission, however, as it is requiredto occupied by the Davis Dry 1755-Tench Coxe, noted Philadelphia Precipitation. to the Canadian }tariI -' 1819-The Savannah, tiNt

:.r rcpnblicatlon of all .... dispatches credited and ale t. make up lists of eligible! candidates for I I i Goods Store near the' Oversea publicist and political r.ThtM 4l.i( .recsJ! 8 ...even.._... fbi:.-.r moritlk..*.rtecli*.. j time Provinces, Eastport, Me.. steamship!' to sail across the Atlantic -
In tbU I
It or no! oti-erwlM credited paper economist born in started from Savannah
J. Frank and J.I Philadelphia.Died 29.64 and
lia. local news published Lure' Hotel Roberts inches pressure con-.
these positions while the actual selectionsare I C. Whalton need no introduction there, July 16, 1824. Tomorrow' Almanac i{'! tinuing moderately: low over the Ca. for England. (Part of the
1 Sun rises! ._........___ .. 5:39 a. m. j way was under sail alone).
6rNATIONAl EDITORIAL) ) made by politicians. This is true, re- to Key West, people. both of I 1809-Cha-;;: I Sun sets ......-..........-...- 7:08 p. m. lower Southwest Rio Grande Valley ands;
first Texas
()cIATION them being well known here. Both : Haswell. ,, Brownsville. ?
/ 935S.BSCRIPT.OJII gardless of which party happens to be in have been active in realty circles: engineer in the U. S. Navy of!I Moon rises .............. :29.88 i i inches and Phoenix, Ariz,1 -J85C-Preston S. Brooks. S. C.
far several months and through' steam New York City engineerfor Moon sets 10:35 a. m.:: 29.80 inches. Scattered showers; member of Congress assaulted

.m. Tear _; _..__. RATES .iLS. power.The them many 'Important deals have ,. more than 50 years author: Tomorrows Tides ,:and thunderstorms have occurred I, Senator Sumner of Mass. in Sen
ills Months __ Lee. fact that this is so tends to bring been ruccessfully handled. of the classic in its field. "The: A.M. P.M.''' during the last 24 hours in North II'' ate-t'hamber-great excitementover

'Three> MonthWeekly Monthsne ______ a I..t.11I the whole Civil Service system into disrepute i Mechanics and Engineers Book,"I High ......._._.... 1:48 12:54 m. Carolina and Virginia along the country.
.. .It 1842, born in New York. Died''I'' Low -....,._.-... 6:25 8:14 I Gulf coast, and in Central and ; 1924
ADVERT1SIMU RATES and it is unfair to the Commissionto Elaborate preparations; have !May 12, '1907.1813Richard. Barometer g g. m. today: Southern Florida, except on the -Kidnaping and murder
been made and everything is in 13-year-old in
Made known on application Florida Keys! the rainfall being;
it > .
compel to be to such Sea level 29.98.WEATHER
a party hypocrisy. readiness for the Junior-Senior Chicago; for which Leopold and
NOTICE There havealso
I-KC1AL. Wagner, German I I light to moderate.
All reading notice, card of thank, revelation of I banquet tonight. Muruon: Johnson, I Loeb thrill seekers, are still mprison.
composer. born. Died Feb. 'been rains in portions of theNortht'm
rtrpect. c-bltaary notice etc b. charged for at
.Le rate of :e cent a line.No'lc" president of the junior class will 13, 1883. FORECAST I'I Plain States and Upper! .
for entertainment by ehnrcnen from whichrevenue The situation was aptly stated in a give the! address of welcome and I Temperatures'have 'M'I
s 1 Mississippi Valley.
I -- !
s I. to b. derived are C cent. a tins.1h. .
Citlzaa I. an open forum and Invitee discus.son recent report of the Brookings Institute Floyd Schrader will make a short i 1814-Sidney II. Gay New' (Till 8 p. m. Thursday) i I IKl'y I fallen in the Upper Mississippi -, r--

trot of pcblie but It Issues will not aad publish subjects anonymous of local :or communl-sreaeraklit which contained the following: I renior response class.as president of Melvin the |York and Chicago journa1i\t-t'di.j! West and Vicinity: Partly' Valley, Lake region and|' PALACEGilbert
uI')sa Superintendent i tor, born at cloudy tonight and Thursday;t:Upper Ohio Valley with freezing:t Roland-Mona Barrie in -
"Not the
only examina-
are present
Russell will make the
principal June 25, 1888. gentle shifting' winds. :!,, this morning in Northern ?fichiIgan LADIES LOVE DANGER
A Miami radio announcer said that tions for postmasters unsound from the address of the evening followedby I I: and heavy frost in Western

Philadelphia,-brotherly love-was derived standpoint of good personnel administration other members of the faculty. 1 1845-Mary Cassatt, American. I .k?,, \ Pennsylvania! and cooler weather 1 Gene Raymond-Frances TRANSIENT LADY Drakein
artist-etcher born in in the South Atlantic
from Latin. Presumably the Greeks but the public does not believe they : I Matinee lo-15c. Nifnt 15-25.
Fish stories are so frequently Died June 14, 1926. Pittburgh'l aj} States, except in the Florida |
had no word for it. are honest and above board. The public told about town that a make ? I peninsula.! The maximum temperature -

.. actie1t'' be. .,kpp\v \.,tha .,a. good party man acceptableto story is somewhat'> unusual Char- i! 1851-Emil C. Hirsch. Chicago \ I at Key West! yesterdayof
Rabbi !!cholar'anI lender, born *n I { 91 degrees was the highest so WESTCOLONIAL
Toronto Star, largest l A orl"dl s the local political machine :will 'be selected lea Wardlow had s. green canary I 4 KEY
bird nesting.! One egg had been 1 I Luxemburg. i iI ftr. far this reason.
>> If he can be brought within reach t a. ,G.S. KENNEDY.,
in Canada
the moatinfluentiaLriewspapers > ) ,. hatched )leaving two to yet produce I --- i I (
"on register.." : 1859-Arthur Conan J\\ Official in Charge..
lKe""eljgijle Doyle
young. This morning Mr. ,; t
does not accept liquor advertisements.That's In the. Center of the Business
Wardlow looked in the cage and English! creator of "Sherlock )Ilolmes" -I !(
one, -to ponder- ver----: : -- -- I Subscribe to*Th 'Citizen. and Theater District
instead of birds and eggs; found born. Died July 7, 1930.Today's 'I !
... ,
WILKINS Partly CloudyI
t. rfa' ,;?!/j:; chicken make with: the mother
.' 1l a I .. .. : First Cl..i-Fireproof-
t. f y --_ : ....'.....o.. .. . Florida fair BENJAMIN LOPEZFUNERAL.
wuie't bird the young one and the eggs I : Generally tonight
} 1 i '
Every once in a \' somebody Sensible Rate.
The imagination can hardly keep up missing. They were in the !nake.QUt''tion Birthdays i and Thursday except possibly light HOME
snickers and tells us about the wife of a : : showers Thursday in
how extreme
did snake
the get
with the of the ... Established 49 Year COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
daring explorers, althougha ........ ... .ae.e.
Key West business man who buys her in the cage; which was in the upper northwest!' portion. I Key West's Old.
clothes' out of town while the b. m. asks few years ago there were wise people rooms of the dwelling, over Dr. Jacob Gould Schurman, for- Florida: Gentle shifting winds I 24-Ho.r Ambnlaneo Service Cargo Elevator
who bemoaned the absence of new worlds an ice box five feet high with mer president of Cornell, one- and partly overcast weather' tonight Lie.:..cI Embalmer l Popular Price
everybody to'trade at home. ;[time Ambassador to Germany, and I .1a
for brave men to perfectly !smooth side! Thursday. P.... 135 Nisbt 695-W
conquer. .
i born at Freetown P. E. L, 81 .
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With Admiral Byrd just home from 1-
I ago.
To have editorials characterized as A small whirlwind
passed! over I ,
his long sojourn around the South Pole
"bombastic" sound nice to edi- the city yesterday.! As it moved it G.
some Robert
may I Dr. Sproul. president
word comes that Sir Hubert Wilkins, famous collected of and I j
scraps paper ,
tom, but not to all. Unless the meaninghas of the University of California
other articles and with these HO'ydwinlled
Australian explorer after working I be
born in San Francisco, 44 years:
been changed, the accusation charges in the air passed out to i 't
with airplanes for three years, has turnedto ago.
The wind churned tie water
that they are stuffed with windy phrase- sea. i 'Don
the submarine in order to establish
a until h spout was formed. Bathers ACCEPDNG'IMITATIONS
ology. : I Judge Rufus E. Foster of the
I meteorological station in the Arctic wastes.In at Fort Taylor and along 1 I: 5th Federal Circuit, New Orleans, I Ii
South Beach watched the swirling I To ad the original I Davis 100% Pare Pain
1931 he used the submarine Nautilus in born in Mathew Co., Va., 64 years Be sure to
of debris it i iI MADE IN BALTIMORE .
mass : as! sped i -- IClttST
Specialists now advise that to cure a i Arctic waters and demonstrated to his I across the waves and vanished; in !,ago. I look. for Davis 100% Pare Paint has often Been UKTHEHEDAVISCa
headache eat lots of rich meat. Gettingany i i'I I ra i.titate4butnever. =
satisfaction that such boats be the distance.It w .p1icateL- .
I can oper- '
Dr. James A. B. Scherer, noted this Label
1| 1 Davis 100% Pare Paint conforms with
kind of meat gives most people ,
ated easily and safely under the sea. 'I and former di-
educator lecturer :
'I I' all pore paint Laws anti is the only paint ::.=.-
headache.-Fort Myers News-Press. Not With a new craft he hopes, next year i is now suggested: that a I|j-ector of the Southwest! 1tfu!lt'um. that carries a guarantee of purity, ==-.:
number of street! in the city be Los Angeles, born at Salisbury,
getting it, but trying to get it, gives us
to food and supplies for three or
carry renamed. Many of the names now" N, C., 65 years ago. look for this Guarantee on the Label

cephalalgia. four years, with comfortable living quar- in the use could be changed to',, aaan.r 'w...._m.innwuhrystint..... .......,...,..eI_.......__ t:, yam
ters to travel across the top of the world others more appropriate it ha Rev. Frederick H. Knubel "of AR .m ........ __ N m M .._ ... mid .t.___ Daa.ro"J

Merchants of Key West who adver- and then come back to a prearranged spot, been recently.said by The a number question of residents!of renaming New Lutheran York Church president in America of, bornin the l &.f 14911 BALTIMOREMn

tise regularly get back the am.ount of their under the water, to lie for months, or may- the streets' was put up to New York C5 years! ago. G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J

investment many times over, and the read- be years, while a crew of scientists and en- Mayor Ladd and his reply was "I
never lived on a woman in my Prof. Charles C. )Hyde of
ers of The Citizen by Teading the adver- gineers chart ocean current and collect _.
life and I object to living on Columbia University eminent -- -- -- - -

tisements get back the subscription price data. Caroline". Another leading citizen professor! of international law and :I.I"III.LTIIII"I'A

and more, besides having the news' of the The interesting part of the whole said "I don't care what name are, diplomacy, born in Chicago. 62 ........................................................ .............:
to the streets!! but I do
given !
day brought to them daily. story if you ask us:;, is the guess on our think that the main thoroughfare years ago.

part that he will be able to sell the news of Key west! whether it be a:, Dr. Olivt'rV.. Stewart of Chicago I

Hawthorne by his subordination in rights and that the world will enjoy a daily !street or a road should be given: ', and Indianapolis, prohibition :: SPECIAL SALE
the name of Flagler". What steps leader born in Mercer Co., 111.,
the adventure.
refusing to submit to the governor's story will be taken in renaming the 0
: 68 years ago. ... ON
made not only an egregious but a streets' remains for the future. I ,. -.w :

political error as well. By his refusal re- DISGRACE/ TO STATE I I I Farm experts say a 50 per cent I

gardless of the provocation, he played (Sarasota! Herald) Editorial comment: Efforts are formaldehyde solution sprayed, I
being made to restore the old over seed! outs will prevent smut.i '
right into the hands of his enemies. How- MOUNT ERNO
fashioned! home, but problemis
ever, he would have been super-human, if The number of attaches employed by the i! to find old fashioned peoplefor "Jaeka..ttlle', .......,.<< Slain"i t

he had not been provoked at the .treatment legislature at sessions previous to this year has these homes. i(i i THE SEMINOLE. S

; he received. brought about much criticism! of the lawmakers I i| ....._..,n... Plerldai
Mrs J. G. Kantor and Slighter 1;:;i CnaS.'' B. niM-H.. Ma.agerA V1YF2E4t4wi&i I
So severe has been the criticism that the people o* to' '
Miss! Gladys Abramovitz! expect human. h..m*-1Ikr Inolltnttn
asa: ihaoSbOut; reached tfi* conclusion that New where. yen will find year ....
Gloucester Courty| ,*Vr4inia] i ... i tjietate. I te.A' leave Key West in June for :comfort sad r1rttlmmrmt : :
negro population of 7000. 90 per cent of the situation! would be corrected., York ktid from that'port! will sail IIcr. nt frrrat Importance. ,1'1.1
June 30 for Hamburg. Germany : '
1. them owning the lan 'U'e3'>iilV! te-OnlVi f I r. Representative Wm. Griffis of : Okeechobee-I en-rouje to Mrs. Kantor's old i A steel rt........_ ......1.<< : : -

seven of the 7,00"fare( n retie'prolist. This 'county, i is a newspaper; publMrrr; ar.4Jn a recent home! i,ui Roumania.A j ; ,.the heart .t the city t 1 : Q. .

excellent showing is credited largely to issue of his paj er'the. following paragraph appeared I I Every. Room with Combination" Tub : 5.!. p i V C IS:
'** in and Shower Sloth Radio KlectrK- "
& elsewhere!
ci4 '
oitice appears !
Thomas C. Walker, negro graduate pf : > *, lr>llnc! Fan !Slat Poor for Summer. : / _;."
*. E. C. Lowe "
v V>feature this it'sue from Dr. Ventilation. Comfortable Redd wltb11attr.Of'O t i
Hampton Institute, who during the last "Probably the most discouraging" !; I city health; officer, warning the, .! or Inner Sprint Contrnrtlon a
forty years has been "guide philosopherand of this ression is the innumerable attaches I people of Key West aeainst/ !' ,Ing, Lamps.n.\ .and Individual Rea
friend to the negro race of Virginia appointed by both houses. The house of representatives : drinking nnboiled water and suggests R'TRill

with special attention to those in Gloucester has about 100 J less attaches thanin I this warning that every as a one step toward abide re-by n_ Private Private Bath Bath __. ..!xlaleis .SMe0 ::.N'n. .i.iS
County in which he lives." 1933 but the senate has gone wild on the i iI taining health. The doctor also! 11-. Private Math __ ._ :1.1.

appointment of attaches; with only 38 members I states that it is advisable to be 11.u: !''I.H..ms... !!Private__.. Private Itathle _Math_ 1.\8..- : ( ,l i
have than 300 attaches and vaccinated! against! typhoid at this! !' IKKA FOR DOtBLK;
they more
The FERA has m.ade it one of its I time of the year. I-LIGHT. OCCUPANCY
major objectives to beautify Key West- are actually so crowded with attaches that I s is16Piece

gem of the ocean. A phase of this com- they are working them in shifts of two hours I I % :

mendable purpose is to preserve the plant I each. It Is a pity that the money of the taxpayers d

life of this Hand city and the cooperation is so wantonly wasted but it is one of I II Your Vacation 1 I -a : ) !

the defects of our legislative: form of government I \
of all residents,, whether property ownersor s : 9s
I and it looks as though it cannot be i iI i 1 i
not. should be cheerfully given If you are going to summer school or plan- / = -J'
I iis
plant board which is operating:: under the stopped." i ning a motor trip or any journey, you will feel I r l

emergency relief administration. What I This is further proof the promises made byi i i safer and more at ease if you are sure that the i! : ', '' )

does it matter if a few trees and.plants are come lawmakers that they will practice economy i funds you carry are protected.- Let us assist you I S ., v

destroyed in the process, if thousands in expenditure of the people's money, are idle and I! in procuring this protection by converting your I A : 1 pry' 11 i

made to live. unworthy of the slightest belief on the part of the : travel funds into- : t : .
S .
people i I .
"In Miami an honest man in politics It U almost unthinkable that a body of :SJ| AMERICAN .. ,-. ,
seems to be out of place," the Key West rt'l'l'ef'ntaUves1I'Ould' consider placing 300 persons I i .

Citizen remarks. An honest m.nn in politics on the taxpayers' payroll ashen perhaps one- i THESE checks are lost or stolen (un- Ii I Set $1.00 i

didn't seem to Miami and Dade coun- sixth of that number would be sufficient I countersigned), the amount involved is refunded "

ty voters. to be out of place when Vernon We do not agree with the Okeechobee representative i to you. In spending them all that is necessary is ..

Hawthorne was re-elected state attorney that the wanton waste of money paid !' for you to sign them a second time in the presenceof I

without opposition. What The Citizen the attaches is a defect of. .the. government and I 1 I. the one accepting them. 'J, I South Roiida] Contracting & EngineerMig Co.Paccc59S .

that it cannot be stopped. It can be halted and it'
doubt, is that en honest man in
means, no -FOR SALE BY-
politics seems to Tallahassee politicians to should be halted by those representatives of the I : [ White and Eliza Streets :

he out of place In .Iiami-or anywhereelse people who preach economy during their cam The First> National Bank of Key West t "Your home is worthy of thefbest" .:

if he interferes with their plans.i .- pai ns, but forget about it _when the legislature : '? jl jlIi .....................................................................:

Miami Daily News.. convene. .-.-. f III.lII

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I .ENEMfS_ .: KISS l '... RECREATION UNIT I .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei I

I DOWNS\ ICE BOYS' Classified Column

SPORTS ,I ..................................................
DOnZlI':' .I1&1Ot1'. <<. ao* There was'a pile ot old newr .
aoM frees ..Anal .. .If.u...,.,... FOR REN PERSONAL
pen In one corner of the pantry: a.1 I
t HIOT Aar tataw at ko** out DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED I
.+..L.edoa. t. Nt_+noaN t. iovl took tip one and rolled It BICYCLES-WE RENT by the t! STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS
rate a'a wAU. dCa. fey
''u. lI.At* *r'.1wP prefect tort*mm.&.it twisting one end. His hands A LAST NIGHT RESULTS IN Hour Day or Week. Repairall } I INDIGESTION victims why

lawn/A... by a ka riM. UcI4 wAkb noticed were brown strong and i makes and paint them with I suffer' For quick relief
get a
**r- ramtf lk ba4ATo.w finely shaped, almost too delicate SCORE OF 15-7
; ,.. cr-rJ. very Xu-EnameL full
w sr** as carry a I free sample of Udga. a doctor's
>wt 'erNtI'e4 .v s ra .. supply parts. Agent for the prescription! at Gardner's Pharmacy.
yoMf was wA. wUl t tot Bared up as It caught the end of the i!
saw 4. aLA.k..apiatw. wat.As Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I .

:-...:::Aoaaa.4 wbat .MtIW b. .des i paper."Now. where did yon see thisghost' PHILLIES DOWN ee.e.ee.e.e.e..eesoee.a.eotr.eeeeee..eeee.eeeeeo The (By JOVE) i|! And sell them as low as $5.00 I i may21-22-23-28-29-30; june4-5-6-
newly-organized Thompson j down and $1.00 per week. We 11-12-13
Chapter ThreeEXPLANATION Ire Company ten diamond ball I Buy and Sell all makes of used s
was coming after down
stairs." (By JOVE) club were defeated in their first! Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.I I WANTED
Stowers Duval
AL'90N BMltaud. There wu "He"He hasnt must have passed gone this tbat door.way TILT OF SERIES; eeeeeeee.eeeeeee..eee.e.ee..eeee............._ .... game: by the Recreation ten of the I f street. company 515 apr9-tf WANTED TO RENT" UPSTAIRS.

of authority In the man's then. Into the kitchen. The local club will leave for know; we have heard the Rumba Social league last night. The Ice : --- -- -- I I furnished'1'OOM and kitchenette
vote*, in bit old tweed coat baggy r peddlers scored the first in FOR SALE
Together by the smoky flare of Islamorado Fla., Sunday morningat boys ramble through rhr -thm' run centrally located. Address Box
flannels, with no bat be bad not ] 6:30 o'clock over, the highway land and we know they will lull the opening frame. P. Castro PRLti'TING-Quality Printing at!I M, care of The Citizen office.
looked like a burglar but sUIl- She BROOKLYN DODGERS VICTORIOUS .
tried to push his arm but It and will play a double header over the vets bilo dreamland mosquitoes singled and Armando Acevedo the Lowest! Price! The Art. may22-2tx
away OVER CINCINNATI! there in the afternoon. follow- and sandflies to the contrary man Press.
held her the more finely. doubled to left. They score-d' aug7SECOND I
: ing players are scheduled to make notwithstanding. No use to coax WANTED chance to bid on
-Com* on now!" Jt .- REDS; NEW YORK GIANTS the trip: A. Rodriguez: Joe Casa, for an audience this time, this one more in the third. Castro SHEETS-500 for SOc. your next printing order. The

She yielded. R. Bethel Lticilo, Salinero Sterling show' will the. bunted safely and Armando hit 1 The Artman Press. aug7''i'I Artman Press. aug7
"1-1 was upstairs In the bath. DEFEAT PIRATES Al Acevedo Mickey Ubieta bring boys gal'opingto his second double in as many
the bleachers with lung times bat. I ----- ----
room, and-and something'tried to Joe Hale Peter Castro Gopher lusty at Garcia who had
In.SomelbfDel." "We "walked scored. The Recreation
come : Gonzalez. A. Perez Joe Sevilla might mention incidentally -

** What do yon meant Special t. Tfce ritlMB) i I Pedro Aguilar manager. All of that P. V. Voyles. who formerly Department broke through the ice STEAMSHIP Co.
Incredulously."I NEW; YORK, May 22.-The l in the fourth and F. Matthews
these players are requested to played with Minneapolis America.n P. & 0
don't know. A \ the St.i j
dreadful-looking i triumphed over 1 come out every afternoon and singled through the box. stole second UNITED STATES FAST
ort of man. Horrible like a gbost. f Louis Cardinals, 7 to 6, in the Association, and who is now took third on a wild pitch
). | practice from 5 to 6 m. at the MAIL ROUTES FOR
1 was frightened and ', _'9 fI I opening game of their series. I Navy field and to be at p. the trans-1 I Polly's assistant, did much in and scored on Jack his brother's

-Are yoa alone here 'then?" He l\\ Paul Dean, one of three Cardinal I fer corner at 6:30 o'clock Sunday I bringing about tne coming game." single to center. PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES

sounded more astonished. hurlers to see action was credited I'! In the fifth a walk a wild Effective March 18th 1935
morning On the return also
"'TeL- with his,third loss. The other two will pitch and a stolen base gave the Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays: ,
be the Rumba which
P. 51.Leave .
The Instant she bad said It. she pitchers were Kleinke and Col-I will I Ice cutters another run. and at f
entertain the veterans during Havana for I
I Key West Thursdays and Mondays
realized that It would bare been bet lins. this stage of the game it lookedas
the stay of the players; also! Everett -j Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays I
ter to pretend that there were ser- .The Brooklyn Dodgers downed t i|I Kiggs and, Ernest Sanchez LEAGUE if they had the game on ice, 6:30 P. M. I

ants In the house; sleeping. But f ; +the Cincinnati Reds4> to }. The|. who will 'play. the I guitar and sing'I Club- W. L Pet.I, but in the .sixth the ;Reccrcationi i! Ticket. Re.ervati... ..d Information at Ticket Office oa &. I I I'i

now u was too latesBe'gate a taint Dodgers scored seven of their!I i: for the boys over there. .:ChicagoCleveland.__......--"'.. 8 .692 .boys on five hit, a _4 couple of er- '( w! .. Dock Tbe*. 71 {

whISULtti' tlI) .IA t,Iti I I'J'hla li runs in the first inning"and the Here is.an article reproduced' ..........._15 10 .600 "Tory and..as many.' wild pitches ,
"- U your Queer a other two in the:.second. :" ; \ !: from The Keys Veterans News of''. New York .. ...____16 12 .571 scored fiVe run
1 don't know abe admitted. The New York Giants stda i May 18: BostonDetroit -..............._14 12 .538 In the seventh every member of ..

suppose" to. ..: rally to defeat ,\h.f (t1sb1Uih t i "Talk 'about Orpheus moving II ._................._14 13 .519 I the.team batted two walked; four.hits ---- -
You don't knows On'th. whole.bis .
Pirates! ,- 9 to 4. ttfterbeingbeld, II stones with his lute, wait till you I Washington ......_..._13 14 .481 i ., four: errors: .and everythingelse !: I
astonishment was Justified. She s&mT ; r z''iIIf
Heard him grope for the switch, scoreless for five innings by I. hear the Rumba band of five with I Philadelphia ..-...-....-.. 8 16 .333 I happened and'ih i sid i
Waite Hoyt the New Yorkers;: Ernest St Louis 5 18 .217 i run*. A walk a wild pitch and a'
heard It click: uselessly. The lantern Sanchez who can coax -
:=::: single gave them another run in
attack 1!I
with I II
sllmmered again aa he asked opened up a slashing more sobs from Po guitar than is I
i and two
the eighth and two errors ;
"Where's the main awltcbT' that netted seven runs in the I heard at the failing Wall; NATIONAL LEAGUE
'I I I ( Club- W. L Pet. singles gave them two more in the ,
"1 flqnt know. lye never been In sixth inning. flanked by a married couple of i J|I
tbe place befo.a.. was looking at I Babe Ruth hit his first home I!I I entertainers who have thrilled the !f:;, New York ........-.......18 8 .692 ninth.In :

her with such disbelief that she :run in more than a month and'l[ circuits throughout the states All i j i I Brooklyn ...........-._._18 11 .621 the seventh the ice boys IIf t

went on quickly. came here to :contributed a couple of nice running -! of these" are to garnish: the big:]!j i I Chicago .._.........._15 11 .577 scored one more. Armando. stole was ;t ICE

meet my father. You see 1 had a I catches as the Boston Braves:'; baseball game between the pick of::St. Louis ............-.;.__15 13 .536 safe! on a fielder's choice. and USE i
wire from him to come bere and i broke Tex Carleton's two-year 1'!: Key West and a stellar collectcion i if I Pittsburgh -----------16: 16 .500 !!second third on a wild pitch Qy

wait until'be came. And now bebasnt I spell' over them and beat the''I f from all the key camps brought: : Cincinnati ....-._... ,_10 16 .385 !scored on a fly to left. i

comber voice trailed off I Cubs 4 to 1, to even the series; bout by a mutual arrangementof i I Philadelphia .,_...- 8 16 .333 In .the ninth they scored safe two1more. 1 t c j IT'S PURER!

lamely and 1 don't know what'shappened I at one game apiece. I]!I' Pollv'and Ray Curry. Key; Boston ....... 8 1'1 .320 Peter Armando Castro! hit was his third on I I LASTS LONGER I 1
I an error. ,
That ended In a slight t The Boston Red Sox defeated We!'t' FERA recreation direct r.1 Nunez

gulp. i the Cleveland Indians 7 to 2.I' which will rend monotony anm-!I GAMES TODAY double. anad Castro Armando scored and fcored. L Q
There Dan"tla.. singled
bad let tier
with Ostermueller the der Sunday 26. Pedro ICE REFRIGERATORS
on mound May i Armando I'
The leading hitters were
go now. was patting ber '
arm comfortingly :for the winners. Hudlin and j i Aguilar i is the manager of the I' AMERICAN LEAGUE II with three doubles in five times at I r

Brown did the twirling for the,I il>lrnd City aggregation and he i"' Chicago at New York. with two doubles Made\ of all metal--equip-
"I'm not! said Alison. A manifest bat; Q. Lopez 11
lie. losing team.. I coming ''::11 many dare, acomtpanied Cleveland at Boston.St. I and two singles in six times! at i ped with WATER COOLERS
The White Sox defeated the with the usual Latin rim: I Louis at Washington.! ll

B' way of answer be extracted a New York Yankees 3 to 2 to i'{I and gestures.: I Detroit at Philadelphia. bat.In the"field. Griffin McCarthyand They.re Economical
I "Poll with all his usual! vivacity -
square the series at one-all. I ): -
large, ana clean silk handkerchief F. Matthews\ starred. !i I
The summaries: I will pick the best of the NATIONAL LEAGUE R. H. E 100 Per Cent Refrigeration
and handed It to her. She took Score by innings:
'It gratefully Her own was In the NATIONAL LEAGUEAt i I pack. which should be an impervious -I New York at Pittsburgh. RecrHion 000 105 612-15 19 3 Satisfaction

bathroom la ber bag. It was a minute Pittsburgh R. H. E.i clique, able to witht
or two before sbe reappearedfrom New York h....._.._. 9 13 2i that 'the victors; can hand' ''Jtm: Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Batteries" : J. Walker and.Clem.-I l Priced &t

the handkerchief. sbaklly and Pittsburgh '.---- !_:!.. 4" 111-" i ii with i big !'urn-h of r'!'.,15at!on.I Philadelphia a at St. Louis.( ents; C. Garcia and A. Castro. j 1

with shiny nose to meet two per i Visitors and vets have been Summary: Errors--A. Castro S30 35II

pissed blue eyes. When be Crowned Ca t1eman. Smith and Mancn; lightly! ilisanpointed in past performances Christian Bechtler of Ruther- P. Castro. Garcia. G. Acevedo 2.J and

like that be looked much older and I Hoyt Birkofer. Bush, Brown with the gyrating and I fordton N. C.. the only private A. Acevedo. Iberme. E. Albury I '

stern Weaver and Grace. : curving sphere but we think the citizen the United States govern- Clement, J. Walker. Varela 1. II EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
"Look here wbat house Is tills r present set-up well for a '
I augurs ment ever licensed to coin money Two-ba' hit* -A. Aeevedo '3. Q. FREE TRIALTHOMPSON'S
-Tbe Cron House Warley. isn'tttr thrilling battle of real entertainment -
turned out $2.241.840.50 in gold McCarthy.!
M SINM/MKN. .. : At Cincinnati R. H. E. Lopez 2. F. Matthews.
Alison looked up wltb surprise. the Brooklyn _...__ 9 10 1 However this much we between 1831 and 1840. Stolen bases-P. Castro.! A. Cas- ICE CO.l l
that the solution she wondered Together they explored passage.
Had abe got Into the wrong Cincinnati ... 151'I Brenzel; Ostermueller and R. tro. Archer McCarthy. F. Matthews _INC.- ,
house by mistake! the Improvised torch they exploredthe FerrelLi More than 7,500 pounds ofgrain J. Matthews. Sacrifice

But be nodded. passage a long straight passage Mungo. Leonard and Lopez; from federal inspection: hit-Griffin. Struck out-By Phone No. 8 ..,

"That's wbat I understood. with a thick ugly carpet In a Persian Mccfayden, Schott Hermann andCampbell. i bureau ha* been distributed along Garcia 7. Walker 8. Walk-
It pattern which ended In a St. Louis at Washington, postponed the Red river between Oklahoma Walker 9. Garcia 4. Wild pitch-
&reed.Doe. belong to your fatherT I
Bagged kitchen on the left and a I wet'tgrounds.Detroit an Texas for wild game reported ee-Garcia 4. Walker 6. Passed

"1 back door with some atone steps starving. ball-Clements 2. Castro 1. Time
doo't quite know. Tbat's the
queer part of It. I'd never heard of leading to a cellar on the right At Chicago._ R.490 II. E., at Philadelphia, postponed -I 1 hour and 50 minutes. Umpires.'I
Boston '
The back door locked. jsrezjarttii'inifcj"-- i y-3
was I
It wet grounds. Subscribe to The Citizen. and Gonzalez.
before. But I know be was goingto Stanley
"Well take It room by room. In Chicago _..-., 170
take a country house and his wire .
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said the Croft House. Warley. all) ghost-bunting one can't be too care -- -- --- .

right And the man at Warley thgarage ful. said the man beside her lightly. Frankhouse and Spohrer; Carle-

seemed to know !It.Alison ton. Kowalik, Casey and Hart- WHY AMERICA PREFERS BUDWEISER.
He tall six feet or more, but
was nettt.
explained father's lust confusedly.moving In expect-yon that see did not look It. being broadly built: TRY BEFORE YOU BUY r -

there was something definitely comforting
fee's getting married apln.I ." At. St. Louis R. H. E.;

about those large square Philadelphia _. 7 14 0 ,
aee.Th. young man said that _
doubtfully surveying Alison with shoulders as be moved ahead: but St. EV-- 6 13 2.,I

puzzled eyes which took in her pretty ,la. spite of that back./De"ousT7.-wrt.jon,coald.DOC'fbelp'looklng t-&j' *Louise: *- IJorgena i Free for Three Months x WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY

face well-cut tweed suit roodshoes .. Prim ( Johnson and J.\ >X" III .
and hands: tag at each sound. > > Wilson d.i.'., i. :z.-...... .. I ?
daintily-kept I Todd; P. ,Dean. Kleinnke i N;' 'i -
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After .moment be added. was "Dlnjng room' He had hung open"a P."c.olij and V 'Davis. 't' : ..... f li. '
door the rolled
.and was waving .
out there in tile road taking a stroll: that Its'l1bt"fell Into : f c- -I l'S 'k-K <""" 1f, .... ... 1', "
before 1 turned In. and 1 saw som. newspaperese ltERICAN'LEACUE I .:;- t!;Z .
each! part of th.l' om. Faded green : ;
one get fa tbrongb this window. 1 t ."t : ---.:..:... .' 1. f>> 4 ....
rep curtains were looped high an .b'
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struck%ip as not exactly-orthodo: for At New York R. II. E. 1 f P '
oak table much the worse wear. ; Qllcj
-.. 1 followed. And the next thing stood bleakly In the middle with Chicago -.. .._. :;:._ 3 8 1'New ;: f and its taste tells
1 knew was yon shoring your ban I [ eiseJ-tb
eight cane-seated chairs in a row York 2 1 1 4 J. _
Into my face. ": ut"er Ii
wall -
against green-distempered ; -
He spoke so frankly that she had the whole room was visibly tree of Lyons and Sewell; Tamulis i ;.:Zt.llir.g r why
to believe him: she smoothed back ... .
ghosts and had the barren look of Murphy and Jorgens. 1 1A 1': "-'ClS=I'I-i' you
her thick chestnut curls thtnklnle'Be'a an unoccupied house. ... 1'-eJ'L.

nice. "Ah!" t Boston R. II. E.
The young man remarked briskly,. "Whatr Cleveland .,,__. .._... 2 7 1 BUDWEISER must be famous Indeed to be
( wait down bereHI
Look here,
hue look yon round for bathroom He pointed triumphantly to a stable Boston ..._. ........., ._ 713 1lIudlin. chosen from all American beers for men
a your
friend. lantern which stood on the Y tlon in Webster's New International DIctionary

"NoHhe! could not help grabbing shabby oak sideboard." C. Brown Lee andRUSSELL'S _.e Just published. You'll find It on
"Hold this minute. Alison took
at his arm. though she droppedIt the newspaper a : after a momenfa 1 There is only bNE way to find out whetheran page 349.

at once ashamed. "1-I'd rather' wrestling he got the lantern open 1 1I ELECTRIC RANGE will do the job you expectof : Here is just another distinction for the fine

come WIth yon.- and lit it. Now we're all right" it. That's by testing it with your own recipes ., ...,* beer that baa won medal after medal at
He looked down at ber trembling xY :
The smell of smoldering filled in kitchen. That find out EXACTLY -
mouth and big with fear and paper ; your own way you tI world's fairs for more than hall a century
eyes the room as he stamped the torch what an electric range will do under your
nodded. ; Bohemia, in 1903, officially adjudged
out In the grate.f own system of cooking.The y
t t A BUDWEISER the finest bottled beer on Earth
CopyriGAtltraErelys U.WtecftJA
ALL right Keep behind me. I Key West Electric Company extends an i A better even than native brews. France a.l .

'. alL Have you a candle cram frightens Alison tomor- imitation: to ALL customers to make this test without l early as 1882,conceded BUDWElSER's uperi*
"Na;1 tonldnt and an- a -, row. j + '
CIGAR STORE i cost or obligation.The I : ority.TnefoHowlagisfromtbeParisGazettei"Expert
_. s, _
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----- --. : : -'.. x ,I I Company has such complete confidence *reluctantly pronounced the St.
....fe..ee..e.ee.C.Today's the supervision"1 of their teacher I -0- : in the performance of the ELECTROMASTERRANGE s Lmd superior to any melt liquor

Horoscopee.e..eeee.e..ne..ee !!1 l until it.was grown. I Baseball Returns I that it is willing place a three pr four ever drunk upon the continent and all

'1 I Subscribe to The Citizen I Daily burner range in your home on trial for a period of C P.arlt. if now .tlndtoqul the Amer.

.: I I three months without any obligation on your part. 'i n< This la a day of security and i r \\\\\U."IIISPEND / 'i By Wire

prosperity. A kind nature a I' At the,end of the trial period you pay u* only .. ., ST.: ; LOUIS
trustful disposition and many $1.25 or $1.75 per month
friends who will show their friendship YDURVACATDN
in a substantial way. Success -

in life will be almost certain ; MAJOR BASEBALL I
Electric Service-The More You Use
and will be well de ernd. On the LEAGUES : Bud.weisero..w

whole a life in promised whh! = tHIS YEAR IN : ---0- The Lower The Rate

will be well worth the living. I FLORIDAf.or9"lIr CIGARS, CIGARETTES

!In First-grade Currituck county.pupils of North a school Carolina -I: HEAlW"&ilJUUUlW} SOFT ETC.DRINKS, :the Key West Electric Company -.... ... EVERYWHERE ..

obtained a pig only a few \\1 AQUILINO LOPEZ, DISTRIBUTOR

week oU! and cared for it under



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!........................*..............*......a PHILATELIC .eee..eee..eeeeeee...............................'' "- "
:-: :-: ftANNDOXHOOT BEING OBSERVED If yo. do aet receive yo r .

.....................o......................,...* That Affect the Dinner Pails Dividend paper fcy 6:15 .'clock i. too i I AM 87 AND) EAT AND SLEEP WElL
fternooa, call telephone 51 GO TO CHURCH RE&UIARLV< AND
Chamber Musicians To Present E. L SAWYER HEADS SOCIETY Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Nationaland GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS aDd a paper will be cent to : OFTEN ATTEND PARTIES.) NEVES.

NOW OUTLINING PROGRAM International Problems InseparableFrom FLYING NATIONAL COL- your home. A complaiat boy I Ii. FEEL TIRED. I TAKtVINOLlRON
Melody Ho Thursday Evening Local Welfare i i. oa duty at this office from
OF ACTIVITIESThe 6:15 to 7:15 p. m. for the
-- ................. .... ...e.... .._ .............s....... ORS IN OBSERVANCE of I WHAT KEEPS ME UP
- - - - - ---- -- purpose delivering com
The Key West Chamber Musicians -[opera "Cavalleria Rusticana" by J _
One of the principal questions meet often and plaints. Help n* gin you 100 iJ 'Y1NCX.TASTESGOCD
will present the fourth Melody -I Pietro Mascagni, and the beautiful informally with >
Key West Philatelic So- I the President percent service by caling 51 "Wh'a'
!1 "AYe Maria" by Bach-Gounod. of the time jb, does industry represent about all Government and other buildings -,
Hour on. Thursday night in city will hold its second annual the contact with American I if you do not receive The Citi- '
Miss Dorothy Mayfield Knowleswill .think .f the'New Deal l?" You indus I "
: I in Key; West today are flyingthe .
the Colonial HoteL I Key West international stamp ex- try he has. '! Sen.I
be his accompanist.The : can I .
Once in to a! hibition on :Washington's birth- businessmen; : who are opposed national colors in observanceof ..... ......... ) Get Your
more, response latter will also play three I From the .council, through the I I. e ........
number of requests soloists will' solo numbers on the piano: "To day, February 22, 1936. Plans tq the Nevl.Deal. and you White House came,a report giving National Martitime Day as yiNOL Today at;

play their respective inatrumentA.1 I' a Water Lily;: Fe1ix Mendels- are about completed to make this ean'fnd, ones
Mrs. Mary I ohn'v "Spring Song," and the biggest and best stamp exhi- a genuine consensus, of opinionhas J to th .New..Deal J, which the ,11933. I

Sawyer, organist at the First' .'Fruehlingsrau che i" (Rustle of bition ever held in Key West, according been conspicuously! absent. I President produced as an antidote!!! May 14 President Roosevelt is-I. Bids will be accepted until\ the .--.. .

Methodist Episcopal Church, will:1!! Spring) by Christian Sinding. to an announcement made, During the last few weeks at to the chamber of commerce's at-,*; ', 28th of the present month at 8 -- -
heard the 1 1 by the society today.It I t tacks- sued a proclamation calling, upon P. )I., for the painting of the
again be on program,]| As usual Margaret Zinaida von least a partial answer to the potent i However even this from FAST FREIGHT SERVICE
playing the famous "Lustspielj 1 |: Miek-IJnba will open and close the will be remembered that the i -question has been afforded.i the administration standpoint, is the: people of the United Statesto I Cuban Club on the outside, two ,.

Overture" by Keler-Bela. a "Song!;,: presentations with the Provisional first exhibition held in March was; Two distinct sources have provided -I I not so cheering as it might be, inasmuch -I observe May 22 as National coats. Further particulars may
Without Words" and "M, Heart j:I i Theme Song in A, besides playinga a grand success.! There were 47 i important, if conflicting evi- as it was immediately I,r Maritime Day by displaying the i be had by seeing Mr. M. Casta- NEW YORK
at Thy Sweet Voice" by Camille+' composition by Alphons Czi-I frames in the exhibit. Over 700 I dence, on the attitude of large i! claimed by a senator, that the flag at their homes or other suit I neda at the Club's Office, be-

Saint-Saens. t''I bulks. "Stephanie Gavotte." people attended the first night. and middle-sized industrialists toward -j{ White House had isssued only flattering -,:. able places. tween the hours of 8 and 10 P.
1 t I The society states that the coming -I Government officials were di-: )I. The bids for labor only and BOSTON
Another soloist will be Gerald|I The commodore will interpret the extraordinary acts of parts of the report had I)j'I are ;
Saunders, general superintendent'I' "Herzen und Blumen" (Hearts I exhibition is expected to be the 'Roosevelt reign. 'squelched all the criticism the rected to display the flag on all the Club reserves the right of

of the Sunday School and choir j' and Flowers), "Reverie" by Scott twice as large.Entrants One source is the United States original contained. government buildings and naval accepting or rejecting any or all From Key West alternate FridaysFrom

director of the same church. His I Clark, and a selection from the front other cities and Chamber of Commerce which, in Unheard from-as it has no'I'|I commanders are instructed to give i bids. New York' alternate Ta.*..

selections on the violin will in-I I opera "La Traviata' by Giuseppe countries have signified their in- the past has pursued a vague. ,I central :I|I consideration to requests of local I CUBAN CLUB. I daysI

elude "Le Cygne" (The Swan) by: Verdi. The presentation will begin tentions of entering exhibits. fence-straddling course in discussing organization through i maritime organizations for as-'', May 20-3t.Mon.-Wed.-Fri. I From Boston alternate Saturday
Saint-Saens selection from the{I at 8 This means that the people will I I which: to speak-is tlitle business sistance in connection with celebrations I.I
p. m. : :!! political matters. The
not only see local entries, bud which, in the aggregate, is the of the day. *
chamber is not, believe,I .
as I i Alienate V ....... .. Arrive
biggest business have
others international in character. : of alL The cor- you a 3
made up of the largest industrialists -I I II I Keyrnt .. .... icy f feltowlB.
Alumni Assn. j!AnnouncementOf E. L.. Sawyer. the president; of the country-few heads nee grocery store doesn't look like I I CARD OF THANKSOur pimply. biolchyAcomplexion)
states!! : "This exhibition is not to I much when stacked up against; I i ir i CLYDEMALLORYC.
To Meet Tonight \: gt America's vast national and international ,
Marriage, be confused with that the Phil- I United States Stee1-e.-. 10,000 m
of corporations belong to r sincer& *ppreciation..is!..S$i,. ... J.
I i ., ateli i ( tbihU itlE "meetings. Its| corner grocery stores do. I, tended to those'who .in any way laklp&wtal? i i 1 C. K. !SMITH. Acre
ant1h:Ufed"'A' h mmmvrie I .
An important| meeting: of the Mr. n I '' i reeettt Key West
> t: \ erifl.1 T! !: fntmsts 'nllelpallyof Attitude of- little1 business to- assisted during"/ our gibe'roavenmati -: such surrBARBECUE'Ct'fectsI : ____
Key West: : High,.. School '.Alwpftu !wish to announce the marriage of Tmr Key-Wm-Phttatetie- m ddle-sized dustriatis1 The i ward the New Deal is rictly a'I telstyWeudctll. : of: I II II ..

Association is' Co be held tonight!: t W" 'dhtei.ilJ.i) ; :Eleanor I. tiety'sstamp-exhibition is held other day it convened for its an-i i matter pf opinion This,imych''!looV belov& boy, 11iguel 'Angcl! !I .'' ) to I I }

at 8:00 o'clock in the school buildIng -I Aeheson,'to*hrat hew'''deorge ;Hoi- '1 wry,,year as! one of the many -dual meeting-and its members!i I can be said, from a digest of'a 1 j j:Sfljto.- Esproiallydo' .j ni,thank.the. i I Ij I .

:on White'street ; ('I.l"| 4 ..4. :>th' *"* '" attractions,, : the.wjntecgisitgFs; ; went on record as being aggressively :/ -'' wealth of comment-it does not j doctors+ atibe, Marine Hospital! -
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land. _
t resident Holloq Beivaldi'iae' : ; and iMje{ JocaJ ,.pewple Sinceithe and bitterly opposed to the : thinnk so much of the administration -;, for their many kindness: those j jJwjo Auto'Accessories.
>urged every member, toe present'at' ; f The ..marriage cesgnvpny was March:Ralbitiop] .bcougllt the,society 'New Deal in practically every major -'' as it used. Is coming to believe -I | aavC".thc'use'.f' their cars
this meeting as final'plans I performed{,lon .March 28,, 19 the tbeore: '(he.public: Jt&ze, quitea i particular. that some of the measures I j|:and the donors 5 lOt> he beautiful;
for the reunion will be made. Miami Riverside ,Baptist Church .number of out-of-towners have Heads of the chamber "sought. to which: it gave its unanimous i floral tributes. I
,by Rev. J. C. Sims. visited. the meetings. it is stated. to temper the chamber's resolutions support two years ago are not sol; I I may22-ltx THE FAMILY. .
Moonlight Dance ,' Mrs. Holland is a graduate of I All local collectors: and others I asking for a policy of moderation I good. The way little business I|: !I
(the Convent of Mary Immaculate, wishing to make Febru- We line
help the but they were snowed finally swings may determine j jI carry a complete
At Club :
Tonight I and a teacher in the Monroe ary exhibition a big winter attrac under with the wrath of the del]I whether the administration: rises; for all CARS "

i| County School Mr. Holland is a tion for Key West are urged to egates. Out of a literal uproar. or falls-and may far outweigh
Habana-Madrid Club will of the late Rev M. G. Hol- in touch with the West EVERY
rnon- son get Key the most exciting in the cham-|: the influences of super and mid- ai>wEXPERT WANTED PART
sor its regular monthly free Mpon-!land of South Carolina and is attached Philatelic Society at 521 Grinnell ber's history, came resolutions::!I die-sized business combined. ? i C EXPERT:
light Dance for its members and to the U. S. S. Claxton. street. f
placing the body on record as being -!
their invited guests!: tonight starting Farther plans will be announced opposed, without the slightest',[I Tests made by the North Caro- REPAIR SERVICEWe

at 10 o'clock. I To Give Dance At later, the president states. qualification, to the administra- lina agricultural experiment

These dances are given in appreciation Corallsle'CasinoSodality 'tion's social security bill, the public -;)tion I showed one pound of fta-j SIGHT ,C ,are well equipped to

of the generous patronage utility act, most of the princic-' seed meal is the of' TESTIf give Superior Work-
equivalent you
afforded this club its ; e
by memo pal provisions! of the banking act,!{,
bers. Boys of St. ,Mary's i.two pounds of grain when used have the slightest suspicion SANDWICHESCurb Reasonable Prices.BATTERY .
[rAt t The Stores] : extension of NRA (save temporarily : you !
Church will give their dance at[ i and in a highly modified !: as a protein suplement in animal that you need glasses. SERVICE

Mrs. Harris Coral Isle Casino instead of the form), the proposed AAA amend-,1 l feeds. I I let us !give you a sight test. Service

Returns Home Cuban Club as announced inyesterday' I ments which would give the secre- : I Our glasses will not only provide COLONIAL SERVICE
I paper. I tary of agriculture sweeping: pow- 1' perfect vision but will be PLAZASANDWICH
The dance will be held FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BuinsteadsWorniSyrup'"T
Friday I ers over processors and producers, smart and becoming. STATION
After a delightful visit night. Pritchard's Orchestra will .A shipment of fresh fruits and
with and all pending labor legislation. SHOP
friends in West Palm ,f vegetables will arrive tomorrow rhndrm as anew: ft ;- ." wh.ru I DR. J. A. VALDESOrlbogon Clarence CrusoeProp.
furnish music for the affair.was Only New Deal measures to gain ilrwttoM w foltowrd.FAII ;; iEVLR
Tallahassee I for Tiffs Cash 1212 .. __ .
and DronW
Tampa, covering Grocery, M7Mh. a.
such relatively un-: _.. .. 503 Duval Street
approval were Licence
I >>Mf 8ANTOVIN.! H t.i ran d. Soft-Lite Fleming Street
of fix weeks Olivia street. ...... .. ....
a period Mrs. W. made in company with Mr. important as reciprocal trade. N."d. 'st.- t-.t. s.id --.w. .
ones ... -
b wan Yotce.EM. Daval Street
ft a 532
Hunt Harris returned to Key and Mrs Charles Johnson who This store has a weekly truck 'pacts, direct subsidies for shipping -' ; C. A V..h.a, K. 'D- YknedeI.ala I
West this week. -, left on the return over the high' service to Miami, bringing in'large a and retirement of submar-!
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of both fresh -
The trip home from Tampa wayyesterday morning. variety :ginal lands from production.It -
and from the main.
._ vegetables
-- is a significant fact that two

....................... .... ..... land. years ago President Rosevelt addressed -
the chamber personally,
a year ago he sent a conciliatory '_ /
Colonial Service Station Clar- This he "cut it '%_ .
....................................e........a... ence Crusoe, proprietor, now has dead.message." Thus, the year break betweenthe I FIRMS

J. Markovitz returned yesterday ; Mrs. Robert Spottswood and a complete stock of auto accessories administration and the type I! -w

from Miami, where he went daughter, Miss\ Maryy Louise, left : and parts for practically I of industrialists who make up.the ;i

last week for a visit with his sons yesterday afternoon for Miami every ,make of car. chamber, seems complete. :i

end other relatives. where they will spend a few days This service station, located on Second source of evidence on! Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
with relatives and friends. the Fleming street side of the business attitude toward the New

Mrs. Rubin Appel l and daughter,I I I Colonial Hotel,,does expert repair Deal came from an industrial organization -'
Miss Rose, left ;yesterday after- Donald J. Curry returned yes work, battery servicing and charg- of a rather different
noon for a few days with relativesin terday from Miami, where he took ing. It carries a complete stockof nature than the chamber-the de-

Miami. I his little son, Donald, jr., for an ,Goodyear tires and tubes. partment of commerce's business BARBECUED
operation for correction of advisory and planning council ROSES
a congenital JOHN C. PARK
Mrs. Rosalind Palmer left yes- dislocation the hip. SANDWICHES This group is much smaller! in
terday afternoon for Miami to Plaza Sandwich Shop, 503 Du membership than the chamber, is I Prepared the Od-F! ihio.ed

spend a few days: with relatives.J. I Cad Coles, purser with the P. val street, is now featuring a 5c much bigger; in the light: of the I SIMONTON ST. way with all the trimming FLORAL PIECES AI"
and O. S. S. Company who was barbecue sandwich which Man- corporations it represents. It SANDWICHES of all kind.

spending a vacation with relativesat ager Merill Sands states cannotbe consists of only class ,A indus SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
H. Huau
director of
athlet-I his home in Columbia, Sv C., exe; ,lied] anyywhere in the trialists, such as American Tele- lOc 35c
ics! $t the veterans'! PLUMBINGDURO I
n)6rada. left camp and t visitfd, ,othef'points: i \ui the county;"the price. . phone's President Gifford General I TO PLANTS and VINES -
:] ,' afer spending fl
camp!with his'family'.a. sho'rf the vacation homeon specials:! some time ago Its.patroq-i ; United States Steel's President I Wine, Sodas, Etc. t PER MONTH

Whitehead' Victor Moffat of the !aunders': age",ha*,' incteasedby:J ,.I_< street. ,'r''I! Wholesale* 'Gro44! tq'cbcipany"re- jbounds,.., _' ;a., .?. ; .U; President ,Aid rich. Its members PUMPSi, PAY USA, ,VISIT !
t\vned'yestetdayi'from aI bHff als= u" '. It I It' "Wo Gr.. ,,Y. With *,.SmiI. ...- ..
Y .J#Hilary F, \\TiaIton, well kgown i it: to Miami ', t... ..,.JL:.'sic "lI :} v PLUMBING SUPPLIESPHONE ,, : ERY "lla .. sponge; )buyer, Jeft yesterday afternoon I ART' ,.BAR-B-QUfc: $3.0u
: 'Zt--'T''L":: : .t 1-pcMm ._
for a vacation: to be'spent I >. A. Duane.wbo' came in yesterday UNUSUAL. FACTS REVEALED 348 ,Divuioa and Sitnont a SU.. ; il ---

in Chicago, Detroit and other i from Long Key. left in the -NO.FLI Es."o, ,. ., .N. ;;=? (., ,.1.
cities in the north. -
afternoon for the
I Key accompanied -by Sfwdfcfit"
by Mrs. Duane and their

Frank Curry, who was in Key little 'daughter, Jacquelie. Another SELECT SEA FOODS -READ HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE;

West for a- brief visit with relatives -I daughter: .-Patricia, will leaveto zM: r ty 1t INSURANCE

left for his home in Miami join her parents at he close of THE KEY WEST\
Jewfish 2 Ib.. 3Sc
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yesterday afternoon.ALBERT the school year next week. a ', r A
._ Yellowtail Steak. 2 lb*. 35 Office 319 Duval Street
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MATTER EXHIBITED Snapper, 2 II... _______ 25c

WILL GRADUATE I I Mlttoa Fish 2 Ibi. 2Sc Subscription $2 Per Year ,
da ay '
Ya M.U AtDelmonico
I (Continued from Page One) FRESH SHRIMP Key West's Only Sunday -THE- Try r
by Mrs William R. Warren Mrs. Restaurant
I Office Citizen Badw.i.. Beer lt.
Wardlow Mrs. H. C. Galey Mrs. r -------

: RECORD AT SOUTH. I'I William II. Malone Mr*. G. N. '5911 na wjvst out \ j\ I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six C*.r*. Dianers; _.__?.

ERN COLLEGE Goshorn. Mrs. B. Curry Moreno, cr fnau U&zttatt >x i Ji PHONE 151 PHONE 51 ------- '60c 76c. sad 8hOur
Mrs. J. J. Trevor, Mrs. Wallace B. 5U (WW-Wearf? FofuC i ",h ;
Kirke.Mrs. J. Y. Porter, Mrs. E. t"7/ ifcnt on evening : A I* Y Q C

Albert II.: Carey, of Key West,: F. Trevor. Miss ;-fleen Williams :s Qrftftng> ogrtfi ., i s AARON McCONNELL
and Miss Minnie Porter Harris. :n a. hotei. He ? t t, o i Reputation is WrapPRITCHARD AMERICAN COFFEE
son of the late George N. Carey, S38 Fleming Street
I Those who have mot already IOOOin -
Is another of 'Monroe oaMcd i t z r/ ped in package Now Offered(tin:1 Grades
graduate i this exhibition well erery ,
seen as as 9 ltottM ..
High School, who has made a fine i those who naturally wish to.see i'' STAR Ib 25c
record in his higher studies and: again are reminded that many of of ;
tSas&alits Kcrart ions. : r
will be graduated from Southern i i I these paintings will be sent on to ojtu./ tiniutHj / c:: PRINTINGDONE mg.if l d' S "pau..t.. LARGO, lb 1&;
1 I.Washington June 1. v. & s., n 15c.
College, Lakeland, Monday, May: CtadLng adli4 in.l Ceurt..p

27, with a bachelor of science de- Subscribe to The Citizen. l fUZMW I {- BY US Buy It At Your Local
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Carey is president of Chi MONROE THEATER
I.I Roasted in Key West by
Delta Epsilon Fraternity, memberof Edward E. Horton-Karen }{or- \0 e ARiSSTpRESSCtizen A>ib.laac Service
the glee club mixed chorus: I ley in 10.00 RAISE 1P \ -= -_ See ALL Him PRICES For Your REDUCED Next Work STAR COFFEE MILL

Gamma Sigma- Chi, InterFraternity alsoWHAT
-- BIdg.PHONE LADY ATTENDANT 512 Greene Street
Council, captain of the XAE I! SHE LEARNED \ cfl Fti Maitt* Dt1c l9aoQQC Hens. 9 t. 12--1 t. 6 ; Phone 256
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diamondball team, and one of the i ABOUT SAILORS tngagtct don Op*. Saturday Nikt Pk.me S43 Never Sleep
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outstanding students in the COI-J M tiaee< B&lcenr, lOci Orcke- e... tot t- ...
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