The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00022
 Material Information
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 23, 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: UF00048666:00022
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Associated Service.Press Day 'Wire ,- -' Che: 11w 1iTT t ( Key West, Florida, has the

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1 By WILLIAM as buffalo.elk and.antelope the
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Chain Of Small'Nations VffSqEXPRESS:( WASHINGTON, .May22..-The"vanishing" bureau --- -
r j LARGE DELEGATION WILL BE big game animal of I faYS,, they are slowly getting .
Have Problems Of Their I ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON the wet isn't vanishing any more* more (numerous.: Its esti-I HOSPITAL SENATE PASSES .?,Nation) j APPRECIATION mates
-ia fact hid tribe steadily in- now are that there are in

Own Relative To Exist.", OF GUARDSMEN. BY LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES : I creases.The United States bureau of i I[:this antelope country and 4,700 120,000 buffalo elk. 5,000;; TAKEN UP TODAY KEY 'WEST BILL I That Make Memories

ing ConditionsBy I i I; UPON ARRIVAL biological survey, which has refuges These total are trifling compared BY ROTARY CLUB j Of Past Decade Seem
I scattered all over the country <
I r for the protection of animals; ) to what they were 50 years
ARTICLE APPEARS IN RECENT All U in readiness for the re- and fowls says such typical pioneer ago. -when all species ran into so TALLAHASSEE. May 23.- i DreamBy

ELMER W. PETERSON t I ception of Illustrious Brother specimens as buffalo, elk many thousands no authority will I
(Bjr AMovlatea'' Frew 'I James Donn, 33rd degree dtputy: and antelope not only are doing hazard an estimate of the totals.

STOCKHOLM May 23,-Tho, of the Supreme Council Scottish fairy well in preserving their pe-' The of destruction rolledon IN CONNECTION WITH* bill of Senator Arthur Gomes I GAYLE TALBOT
OFFICERS !t Rite Masons in south Florida, who cites, but sometimes get too numerous -' process : r Lr<< Awetaird Freest
projected visit of President S1 .-, j jI at a progressively advancingrate. PROPOSED MOVEMENT FOR| of Monroe I
I{i ;is due tomorrow in Key West, ac- for their area and come '! county conferring : LONDON. ,May Z3-E.Jland.

hufvnd of Finland to Sweden, and I> ___ I companied I by members of the order have to be killed or given to the' However, the job of rehabilitating DISCONTINUANCEAt I upon GOT. Dave Sholtxvatil which knew the pangs of depression
|i from Tampa, Lake Worth and I Elates. j I i herds has been speeded up I
reports that Rikard Sa.dl.r, for-f,f of the officers I long before .
I An appreciation Miami. I Migration Eastward t: to a point where the decline has t December 31, 1936. the : 1929 and has

ci.. minister of Sweden, i* to,' and enlisted personnel; ol the.:, Another distinguished member!i Along: with this development. been checked and the.trend is up- the ,regular Rotary" Club, power to remove from office !i trod a slow, painful path to ward
|,oLthe.order: who will arrive is 11lustrious -":bureau experts note decided tendency
visit ,Ikei'.Baltic .have ... 265th-..Regitneat.FlotidaiNationaikGuudtvrh ; ward. *, lunoheom'held''bodayr, with. iEddie .
)tatex -) BrotherCheater. -'F.WtighEL .!' ....toward) a' ranima. ImigraI uStiuakjpresident ""t- with. ..o*> tivitkort-e.aa.,'any recovery is beginning to takegiant
couraged.propo.a.tafofSft .ipertrality *; $! wererstationed. : intthcc" : 33rd .degree) of. Lake I IW..tb lion. although-.wanderers sofarare. ; ,S.as...BwfAlwAre'Sold ..1 of'the..orgamza-1 -1. .stride toward a of
ihetkeyaap.j .I i ; .
'Veterans'-tampe1oa i .; who will 'confer" In tbr-Uontana.-bison i -officer of 1.'citJJ..nra-:
: degrees'on : .0f'.1.he"'Pred- nott. *>rang a. 'pretwhngl'the; :clatter of'theproposed *
blea"which wo l t [ .
nnei> of'the-fila-f .t.of'lCe.We.t.
Veterans' Newsvand 1--' I"'m
all the coiuurjesv 'of,*'then: Bold CI*tl 5J Key rod, 14ed, herewithfT ;|Wet diction.' aruJ'othei'eitit'3 in the juris-. I reason.,of for"a' this bygon strange>-century.return The' 600 nnmbers'ttave, wherea.vthe"reached desired a! iovv.to hifra: <*J trine i '.,Hocs| iUI- ,here-waj-.taken; : np:! r I Irl1JiHS ,a.iIa'i., _shipping _ndbniiding.i '

areas T ''At'noon last..Moedaylythe'ba'talion : The: arrivals'Will come"+iby nil tbe"'- is twofold. avoid overcrowding and ;.o* "nse-' and-ytborwighlyk-dibcusied-; r ni t' MI headwaterf LheitwOBerstrctmwhich '
of natlonaLguatdamenoLeft 1' .' 5&Y" very.angle. jj i MHL' Sfj H 00 L" I
and are due hererat 1:5O-tomor Flr quent destruction of boil t'1\> ring I Ii (, .
The political< 'iU IslanwiradaHs sits' tt'I:7Ierat.'j.IJII'l'II"inn: =
camp / row morning: and'from. the station the habit of picking! cubs they i is nearer 500. 'Thus some buffalo '
makes it more important outpost at Tavernier after three. will go direct to luncheon At 2 think are cute and up taking them are sold from time to time t local :,i:' the members wi that.the hospital"'I EXERCISESVILL\ j jI i nels, of trade and indnitry, the

than ever it is being argued that t month's station on the outskirts I! o'clock degree work will start and back east where escape or granted: butchers. Others are turr d over ,J would I not be dosed'entirply., or ;nation S i. setting up reeord..noatkl

the small countries of northern i of Veterans' Work Program. terri- continue until 6:30 o'clock when freedom often follows. Lone coy- to Indian agenceis loosed on reservations ; completely abandoned but that I 1 I ,
i patients heretofore rent to Key BEGIN MAY 26I-;, -by month th.t make memories of
Europe-make their policies defi- tory. dinner will be served all Scottish otes have been reported in many and hunted by she red-i l
I from Miami[ would be '
"During their stay here the dinner degree 'koopt
A Rite brethren. After far-scattered areas of the east, eking.' None of the me .. wasted 1t { the decade like
nite. formal alliance is not look there in the event that past teem a p.r.tic.l.rfy *
militiamen of them veterans -, i a new hosi -
many work will be on. '
the Atlantic seaboard. officials / i
even on wiy. ;. t
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ed for by seasoned observers. I pital li built in Miami. .
of war time service regular Saturday morning, beginninagat Second the administration's Similarly elk .. are re-1 : 'COMMENCEMENT CLASS DAY, "had dream
Swede I. Unknown Factor enlistments and major -' work will be I It was felt that the Key West
many 9 o'clock degree
army program toward retirement of unsuitable dured when they nUll hijtk In' f On top of Chancellor Nes illeChamberlain's !
Sweden remains the unknown I engagements, have become resumed and continued until 1 j I agricultural!!: lands along a Wyoming: elk re :art winder" institution would He maintained SERVICES TO BE HELD*!
"buddies" the other when luncheon will be but that .a depleted force'of per-J i second SUCCP'".,n"prosperity"
of o'clock
real en- .
camp : \
the herd had to he reduced
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factor. Aloof silence has been thiscountl'J' with drought is encouraging/: a return sonnet WEDNESDAY GRADUATION'
personnel and we begin to miss joyed. The afternoon will be devoted -!,; t... those areas of animals range capacity by kill!:.g a consiA would naturally become ne-' ; budget with its consequent -
policy on all proposalsfor 1 i ces! !' with falling of
them to entertainment of the visiting !-: ary patients reduction of income
even now. t whose! forbears were driven out In erahle number of an'.nall This : SERVICES MAY 31 tax
formalized union of endeavor -, sil-'i the local|! providing that plans are.vrarricd
any "Gone is Major Albnry. the members by done game officials font. !
the westward movement of the was bv on rates has come word: of a building -
or statement of attitude. ver-tongued yet gentle-voiced law brethren. ,I plow last century. 'Airplanes had been sed in making I to completion for the con-) .
trucution of in Miami boom that promises to rele.imillions : "
a building
of Key Officials of the order in Key s : i i
The action of Denmark in de- yer-aoldier-statesman Elk Number 120.0OO [ a survey al| to the extent of Plans for Commencement Week
Wen Master of KadoK! John | .' f s has been .staled. i of dollars of Wit) mon "
clining to vote at Geneva on the, West. Gone are Captains Carter are As to western game animals such4 the herd. 1 ;
Park Commander. William E.I It was decided that in the event which begins Sunday. May 26 '
resolution condemning Herman, Russell and Rogers and Lien- r. ?' } 2' and l to reduce unemployment ma-
rearmament provided the latest I tenants Roberts Harris Ballard I Huston:: Wise l\Iaslpr. Horace:, tvt: steps are finally taken for the ]have been completed by the SeniortClaM !| terially.

teat of this.' While Foreign Mi- and Barnes. Sergeants Pierce O'Bryanl; Venerable Master.;' ESKIMO BABIES BORN INTO ORA VEN'I complete' abandonment of the Kt'yW' ( of Key West High School] Mach Ceovtrwction,
Darlo'v Frank O. Weech; Almoner end 1 \!'t institution, that a committeewll
Saunders Scheinberg. j ,I
nigtet Kcht of Bae.i .
Norway openlystated and it is announced that the
Treasurer of all Bodies Ron C.t be appointed tn-confer with { In March, it wa offiei*!! on
Wagoner, Velasques and Yards."Gone j '
Denmark that in Norway.that adion.Sandler stood bark of f, are Messrs.\ Suarpij Sawyer; I AT HOSPITAL NOW CROWDED BY FLU thris Ihe.tWashiiigton thavae authorities retained.and calanreate Sermon will be preached 4:00'-: nonnced, plans were l let for alm-i :'
secretarYReCOrd'rRl'1 lame
istrar, P -1 < on Snriday afternoon at ,
declined to comment. Spencer, Espcrdy, Dewey-the- Commodore Mieik-LJuba. H.D. j$SO, OOOOO worth of const >

Sweden's socialcst: press Tiiean- cook Garcia Zitvogel Hamme: I ir W. von at the : o'clock in,the High School audi- ,tien ot aU kind,*, an merer'e c
r _,_ .... was guest, luncheon
.h. .11. (
.Erle. .S. .Waits; I aisirez,' DIRECFmiEF I ., j
--'whilehabecwne perturbgd.overGerman ji- our 1 ; < --w the-sans. '
| $7,50tloob oVPf r1"J\11
Sha'rp.-1""urner r fly CLtVELANO:: WILLIAMS ep sod that the E-ilmoj. sere fearing and rpwrtsre.T.t'Vo beautiful plan *
Bill Ballard. Ro-
Den- I 1 held'in
interpretation of
Class exercises will be
.. which Day
I I UINT BARROW, Alaska, May down sheds to make new cas were greatly en- of last year.
nmrk's refusal to vote as 'a tacit t que, Fernandez "Coxey", "Easyi! i I : joyed. "
FUNDS RUN {OUTMANY 23.-Eskimo babies tre "born into addi- i the auditorium on Wednesday In the first three) month '<'
support by the Nordic countriesof Life", Hampton Rouge' and W., Lets. Other doctors and an Tbrr several
were other matters
Saunders. II heaven natives ray when they rushed tic'the evening at 8:00: o'clock. As has this British shill laid :..r
Hitler's position The Social- I arrive ional nurse hen been of minor, importance coming_ be- year | up
ft the Presbyterian hospital
Demokraten, semi-official news-'" ----- SHO--Nro BE UNDER being maintained here in defianceof stricken commmnnity. forth.> rlnb. and after the ren- been the custom in past years, want of cargo decreased by 2i'.

paper of the Swedish government. Other Tribnlation I M rinir nf the and 'the graduates will be the guests -, ',
: SEVEN BUILDING I I biting cold and the outbreak I regular songs, 000( gross tons. There i W c\:
aid: WRONG IMPRESSION RE- influenza which has stricken more off I I I I It ia not however, the first time fjni-hintf routine busings, the''of the Key West Rotary Chub at sign of the improvement in i'i e

"Efforts of Nazi newspaper to CARDING MATTER than 300 Kokinioj and"uuzed 16 that Doctor Greist' has: battler] difficulties meeting iras ordered adjourned.! ;; j their luncheon to be held in St. j being niaintsm'd e.- '
include the social democrats of:; PERMIT? ISSUED > in the northern oupoat. figures
the Nordic 'countries among the_, i deaths.In at"1!i In his magazine "The Northern 'Paul's Parish Hall on Thursday at quickened.
addition to the 15 dead THIEVES ENTER
supporters of the ptihtary andimperialistic There are no more funds avail Point Barrow 2" have died in Cross" the "most Arctic publication t noon. ; The plans parsed in March included -

foreign policies of, APPLICATIONS CALL FOR able for direct relief purposes now Hearty Eskimo villages and for aI ; in the world" he tells of Graduation ceremonies will beheld more than $33OOO.ClOU..l '

Hitler is nothing short of fan GENERAL: REPAIRS AND l than there were in the past. Key I I while there was only one doctor to fuel shortages when the weather BARBECUE STAND' in Bayview Park on Friday dwelling hottr.cs alone. More t'xan
West Administration officials said desolate Barrow i ii 60
tastic. ? in : fight the dread cilment-a medical at dreary i afternoon May 31, 6.-00 o'clock. 3 3i $3,500,000 is to be spentn
Suspicions Of Big Power OTHER OPERATIONS I this morning. Every effort I(degrees below zero and the pa- churches school and public: b-.i--;
missionary henry W.
It is this possibility of misinterpretation keeping with the demands of the j!I'I Is "Heavwt" to Native Grei'.tj |I rtienU t in his charity hospital are i On Friday of the following !ingsand there will be 14,000 i.c

it i is being pointed! out. I State office of the relief admini-.. "This must be heaven.:* paid the in danger of freezing. There is MANY ARTICLES ARE RE- week the annual reunion of the j homes.

which may turn the Nordic countries From the office of' Building stration is, being made to reduce: I r!I first old Eskimo brought to the no wood. If ships from. Seattle PORTED TO HAVE BEEN r! 'Key West High School Alumni Real Apartment Appear

toward definite mean there the cost of this kind of relief. j i are delayed in bringing coal, at a held boom ,,,,' ,
more ;Inspector Harry )I. Baker hospital and when he raw the Association will be at the The building I*< pci M j-

.pf: 'making plain them:: neutral I 'Were seven permits issued for re-,' Many persons have gathered j I nurses, added: "These! are the angel price of .$40 a ton, lives are im-' TAKEN AWAY. I Key West Country Club. 'most noticeable in the nnuibf i

status.! pair and construction work dur- the impression that because clients i! : I have heard about." J periled., They can burn whale Graduates of the Class of 1935:; !great, modern apartment b 111'1' i-
Fear that participation in pacts' are now being asked to work out blubber in the stoves bat the h'> I that have in Lo;
i ;ing'the week ending'1 May 23, as It is an even more realistic t.1 ings sprung up
the relief they receive that more i Thieves last night entered thll'i i are the following: I
and alliances with larger 'powers i! ;follows: heaven to the Eskimo mother. fat ruins them. don within a year and a half :L

mar only put them at the ail-,'! General repairs at 906 Southard relief would be "granted but thisis The first woman to enter the hos- His "Northern Cross" is "p"b-;1 barbecue' Etand, at?the corner o( I Ruby "AI.Lurr. Woodrow Al-'j year ago, even American> -t t ti

vantage> of such powers continues i' IItreet. Owner. MHL'Ana\ ; : C. Car-. in.no way trub"of.the policy' put, pial was ,afraid of the electricjBghfa' Iishcd every little while. perhaps, Diviion 'and; ;inionton'. streets<<: fnd, ,' |bury Carmelina Alfonso: Krnm i I lline-in London found their q'i+ '

to play alii ,ia-iworItant)) robin'; !' :1'&IOO'; cost,' $250.1:0'' a ""* ,tnt ;effect May"1: "&" by'Hbe, ,t-.-K'-i"f.,: She- had not ha* a bath four times, per annunHlV. and J 6'> dePsrted'wittfr?I:isle', cigarsand.CHJ; ;: 411'lil Frank allraae'c. G1e.wHodr Ffor np-to-lhe-mintite 'Irvfnjt q' t,

all the r Jtic countriesu '*?if'bvRepBirsto-roof'Ht}' '702 OlrtUjl i Whsf': Admlmslry'ton. '' 't ti" I[ for sevwaf' -years. 'After her baby sent from, land of M night,*uMi, prettcs. The, exarjli amount o( f he '..AJtdfP'SOJ'.J.sUIll ArlUi'' Ueona-:
.T T" '''1))'street! Ost4rt tlr.< Mrs: diarfes.'FohsJ'1' IrlA< the. ekitf .of...each month thq\1(,'was born under saniUrycondition-t by dog.team. .. ".. .. 'i:,,tibia ''fcustiilneclj i. i through ,}t be:. theft}.,' .,Bethel Ygnacio CarboneL.L|. di ii;ilinajC The;; Ue AI 'JrJburif1..s'\ ) :

SIR. ': '! b.hrt fnst;' $6O. '.. rA't ltt'lftl' total'value I.t. re tots'rams; ) ,, rseeived -' and th*'*n ther Jri"f'n'IaH'availabl'!I I The nvediea4. miHnoMryu.r has i eraq' not'annnunSear ., roblxrh.(h. ,-, '
CUBA .:HAS : .1 T..epeitd' tw-'porth *t'6ti:t Tram-Ik a{:e can !lu9ted;: ""y.\"th".,\,!" .>l1'd rnmf.rtsv he did'' not want to three nurses native,janitor:rand\ m .t: on/ of line; Ak : s[!\1. Francis Don, ;Margarefe' Falcon i ''wt, .,.)., .' Aftl" II).,

ftreelL! of wnrr'.31.." 1L1; KeTI+'7 nnlltri;Lion. ; \and I'" thpiT 'I'car" 'ptq'"aft r.1 leaved I \ M r .. .' i I three native women as hw assistants -- rerrei.qd'1./ienff I: K. "hRP.' ',Clarence Cates. Henry HfjhU C* o1 1 1fl. t1ff l.. 1rd, 1i't( tho ,
59 PASSENGERS' 'H :. worlt out .j. 'cjeit -, miA..terjnlr tot ,tfeo-feeveral i "::whb'l'pft'at; : once for I t!,, $. such, demand that : .
I cold; $L751Ii<1' i '' Jlif: '' ? oiliwo\ : Do-tor'-Grefeit has been'fifhting scrbbij's.nied'ry Kemp,. Franki-Lund >;.Celia Mar'tine' were in <
1 : : the; value u teas. ..g n4, { hundred. Eskimo wWSve.by h"'- ) Chief Deputy i G.- clear out of rt'a..D. \
New addition'tw ttuildhiij\ t at) filC1 '. l iT .it'j "i *' < the, infJuena-i>iden ie aliwrt sin- ,'nard' ;. EtH-anl Neff, Jr. Evelyn! i l prices: were
-- Eaton 'fctreet. 'Owner1.,' Mrs. lima'1! in ihe'event they. have- ,. not already, ele-handeik. Recently he wire- pooning whales and catching walruses tVaitranad Deputy Ray. Kitjvood. Niles, Jack Pierce, Edna Robert,, i pimple two-room and bath ap.o'-: }

Steamship Cuba sailed for Havana Garthside; cost.; $130. 'j 'done so, ]les-ed that his cofnns were all used i where a thorough!!: in\e tigajti Marjorie Roberts, Robert Roberts,, i ment with steam heat cost at I'- -*:
of th". building made.
New construction at island City' "A strict policy of direct relief --- n was 1 Allan Robinson; Alberto Rodriguez $125' a month with plenty of ex
with -
yesterday 50 fltytclassparsengees -- --" -
--- Later Sheriff Thompson rr-
Works. Owner holding to the minimum the Mary Romero. MervilH: Novelty Maxwell ,
nine second-class, eight t J turned to the bnifding with Royilamlin
Lord cost total amount of grants each FOOTLIGHTS AND ;i Rosam. Helen RosnelL Charles i And even those were so >a-.I.i ,
tons of freights; and 883 backs ofmail ; ; ACTRESSES DESERT ; fingerprint expert, who'
month must be followed and the
that their '
General repairs to 1118 Duval took and will Earl Smith Curtis Stanton Grace: >sought occnpant ti-; on
costH'Administration! does not want to photographs report Thompson Lolita Valdez Marguerite 1 leaving passed them on to Ui i,
Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba street. Owner S. D. Baker; remits to the sheriff this after -
with 25; carloads of pineapples. S100. I I1 increase direct relief grants pimply TAKE VEIL IN CLOISTERED CONVENTS noon. Valenzuela. Shirley Vei i special friends.
because it is requesting peo-i Anna Wnitraarsh. Albert Lnxrr Flak At Disc want
| Repairs to roof at 604'Petroni"i lasso ;
12.610 crates 17 sacks of mail t It wu learned from those hand-
and baggage. street. Owner, 5L A. and II. CJ 'pie to work out direct relief it, -- _.' > ling the investigation that arrests| Wlzgin. Beulah Lee Williams. The unhappy foreigner -ho
was declared. i eu, A_ te. rre.u didn't to have either a
i' j Edward Woodson. happen
Albury estate
R. Mallory\ ,: ; cost. $50.
Steamship Henry t are expected, momentarily
i I PA'RIS. May 23,-The path intention at the end of the run, special friend or the $I2.::> a
of the Lanes is due ,
Clyde-Mallory ,
1 ;! from stage to convent is .trod to enter a convent. Now she i is BODY month to spend on quartet.
in port tomorrow evening. from VISITORS ; THREE MARRIAGE ; : !IHOBSON WILL
SILVER LOVING usually ended in one of the"
Galveston and will take on pas steadily by French actresses j[one of the Little Sisters of the f fWON ( up
f fr if ancient "loxnry flatV indigeno i <
eengers and freight from Key: LICENSES ISSUEDRecords : Some leave the footlights for Poor in a convent at Lourdes. ) fI ARRIVE TOMORROW r to! London with a grate in the
West for New York. I j the cloister because of disappoint-; Jenny Luxeuil is the latest actress CUP RECEIVED i,! living room, a canopied bed m

Steamship ii i! due; In Alamo, of the samelline '; -- I Irnent, in love. failure to achieve i' to take the veil and the first t I ______ '" which King Edward I one tri d 1
port Sunday morning 1 '
of marriage: licenses before she to sleep and a cold-water bath *.
from the movie Long
stardom result: of deep 1
from New York eh route to or as
TONIGHTI P a diaueedhallway.
roles in
i faith Dominican
Tampa. j chow that there 14 issued strengthened ,by : entered the convent.
were t
All that is ended Mod-m
A radio-telephone message from! FOR MEETING NAVAL religious plays. 'her known throughout ICAL FLOWER SHOW WILL BE MADE Uf.9JfAIt- now.
; during the month of May to date. .face was tf, j ; 1 "American flats. have mesh,
the Tender received I I I Within three years, jour well- f
Lighthouse '
Ivy Issues the week ending today j
|! tthtt world for: she posed for post. RIVAL OF RELATIVES
this morning'' at headquarters 'AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Miller known actresses; have entered convents : ) HELD MIAMI I roomed in their hundred A trip
showed that the vessel 1-;! and show Francis issues Ivins to John Robert William I The irst-warf Maryse Wending -,,1! cards and ireligknn medals as, : i I through,:Jiear-ruburbo brings them

waa at that time 'near Alligator'Reef '\ There will be n meeting tonight j jnlin I Russell and Edith Mae Roberts, and. her -friend said her Saint Therese of 'Lisieux.' She. I to light in serried rows, many of

light and would arrive' ; the headquarters of the Hos-J f. Publio Luis Carbonell and Catherine action was a .triumph.of ,religious) took, the- time 'part' In a movie. The gold lined silver loving cup '! The: body of Mfcs. Mary Ceva.jHobson. them so hurriedly thrown together ,

Key West this evening.Superintendent :! pitality League to arrange for the Shuck. i, devotion over a worldly :career. Then ahe-wai tarred with Anna- won by Key West in the Interns- who died in Galveston that vagrant mortar still cline

W. W. T)*- entertainment of the House Naval j N...'* Role Mad Real !bella in a picture of the "jassage., tional Tropical Flower Show h ldj I{Texan April 25, will arrive on i to the brick.

meritt. who has been on an inspection -' Affairs Committee, expected tot Suzanne Delorme played many! Strength Fail. Novitiate in March was received this morning i j the Steamship Henry R. )kllory'tomorrow They all boast of "central heat-

of aids to navigation!!: >n. arrive As in Key West Monday. 1' SPECIALFRIDAY months in "The Cradle Song" in I When the film was completed by M. E. Gilfond adminUtraji \ evening from Gahrea- ing" and many even have median
atated in Citizen -
The yesterday
the east coast is returning on the the inspection AND SATURDAY which she took the part of a nun.' Anna bella married the. actor tor of Key West. ton. ical refrigeration
Ivy. committeee is on an DATE Her friends said she decided that:: Murat and went off to Holly- Key West with a display of e.1 Funeral arrangements will be' So fast have they sprung wit

Fruiter Granada of the Standard -:, cola first,trip then and Key will West visit and Pensa-from CAKE ,_?.__ 35c it was also her real-life role.Disappointment f wood but Jenny. Luxeuil took theveil. marine garden with'an attrae'tif i announced upon the arrival efMrs. r in a twelve-month that there"al)

Fruit and Steamship Com- here will go to Miami. MILK CHOCOLATE in love was i, ;' hand-painted background won Samuel G. Thompson sisterof ready is talk ef orer-lraflding: a

ny, is due in port tomorrow' The committee is !headed by! CAKE .._. 35c saves as the reason for Yvonne>\ Of the four, only Maryse Wen- first place in the show Mrs.Jail I Mrs. Hobson. who .U due to phrase that somehow.sounds fa mi
m Philadelphia consigned to, Congressman Carl Vinson Haofcaa's sudden departure from i dling failed to go through with'[ Motherland of Miami who wa ac- come over the highway this after.; liar. At least, they are to be had

e Porter Dock Company. The man. of Georgia. Con Chair-I MALONEY PEACOCK t the Comedic Franchise.: Starred in L her plan. After a year of novitiate Use in staging the flower chow, noon from Tampa accompanied by r'for mach less than $125 a month

|iip will take on oil and .proceed J. Sears and J. Mark\ 812 FlemUf St. Pb_. ala |a play called "What Young Girls i' in a Lyon convent she returned forwarded{ the cup to Admiautra-1 her niece Kr; Henry L *Roberta ijand.j they have brought a new
1 announced her' Gilfond. Henry L. Roberta, Jr standard '.f living! to London.
Frontera, Mexico. be among the visitors ht Key West. Dream Of she to Paris. |jtor and


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THURSDAY, MAY\ 23, 1935.
DON'T OUR ........... .....
I Mfess. Died June
bt'.lt 1acst UNUSUAL FACTS REVEALED- ampton, 21, world-wide concern born in Eng-
., -- Today'sAnniversaries 1873. land. Died March 16, 1878.182o.Jamf's .
1 It
.PnMUhd Dan ]Kstcpt Sunday By Who owns those. beautiful trees in 01 r-: -bfMotiespodigie'd! -'
I_ P. Aawii&w.gre Me.t. that yard? : Tullu) Cmn rati ukJ i nwjusfiuiutuw. 1810-Sarah Margaret\ Fuller the among:
Prom Tb Cltls a haU.uac t; ........................ country's great engineer,
Corner Grcea and ADD 8tr..Ual The trees belong to the man who /lllrt3 IJeJ douJl (Marchioness! Ossoli), among the! iron-clad shipbuilder, bridge builder -
iitrif.Cci 1 tW/ NZutte 1733---Friedrich A. Mesmer. country's most remarkable women deepener of riven born at
owns the yard. e German originator of mesmerisb, Laurenceburg, Ind. Died Mar. 8,
Dally Newspaper la Kr W t and MonroeCounty. writer critic: and .social reformer,
That answer is not altogether correct. onUf{ use! tics fiJl nam..c nt born. Died Mar. 5, 1815. born near Boston. Died July 19, 1887.

watered at Key: Weet. Florida, aa aeeoad elaae matternrTTIIXTH Those trees add attractiveness to the city, C/,Ott nat cards th 1850.
I i I i 1824-Ambrose E. Burn!ide,
TBARM and their ownership, theoretically at least 1788-Lewis Tappan. New, 1! famed Union general of the Civil
..k ew *C th. Aa..dat.d fftmm York merchant and philanthropist! 1819 -Henry Disston the War, Rhode Island governor and
.1.* Aaaodated? Preee 1. exclnilvelr eat/shad to ua.f.r In communal. .- 8 'tlly ; founder of the country's' first Philadelphia saw manufacturerwho senator born at Liberty, Ind. Dfed
republlcatton of all a.w. dlepatcbe credited tIt mercantile
or not oU-crwlM credited In tali paper and a>lethe On the ground of common well be- "*+ agency, born at North made of his little business a.at Bristol) R. L, Sept. 13. 1881.
local ae,e publiebed L.r..
ing, common law could step in and pro- I ---- -.-- -

EDITORIAL hibit a man from destroying all the trees ." ,
I .
/93S in his yard. It would depend entirely on r ', : ., .?' .. --" .
:. 'aY .
SUBSCRIPTION. nTE the judicial viewpoint as to whether or not Y
.ml Tear ._._ .. __ ...... 9. _
iIa Uontbe &.0' the sheer destruction, in detracting from ..,. _, ';
Tarn iloatae _, 2.".
;>ne Month: _.-' .21..a1W..kl1 the attractiveness of the city, would be Yr.

KATES sufficient ground on which to base a suit, -, 1 t I"
Ma" ..0_ OB application.Hl'BClAI. but it could be based on the ground that \' R ''Y> .s, .

All reading_ notices, cards. MOT1CU'of thanks reeolntlone *ftptf1 the destruction would contribute to soil ji1 ';;: ,..
::' rfcllnary: notices, etc. will b. charged for at \
;!.e rat. of :. Cents a line. erosion and might damage adjoining land ,*! V",-L'
"' olt'l'. for 7'
by cburcnen from which that .
belongs else.
t revenue I* to b. derived are i cent a II... somebody .
"lb. cttlsea; le an open fomm and Invite 41* u.. Cotumlril .
Because of land star onus
MOB of publlo Isenee.sad bjecta of local or areaeral one owns a parcel he jtoteTfovrt Y Mt "
kitereat bat It will Dot publiib noaymoa: common Mrfirst stag* afptaraace toan 4*
... IM can not do with it whatever he, wishes. The
a&rtss who had eater tcvturkuf .. :
state, which means the people as a whole, @iac.4 Thank Dent
One friend should help the other, but surmounts the individual, and the latter em 914tI19 \ .
the other is always the one who needs the can not do anything to his land that would ..;

loan. result in harm ,to the state. Fdre aid fR aimscn tltittkr Ucuk cafr brig t .

.J'{ -,>, | ',- It is a question whether a man could n-JdmohC him qotd hujt tuck, and asJuJtfiata cat of ,' f" ', .., f ,
for 1
We mak e"\va t for tie man' boldly..,-.be stopped from'digging up beautiful l trees TAe Wttetc Tow/t/t.mu"4.JUM!TaUutif'. YN1f-f.4M+_h'...;... X
pushes pasfjua; j justasiwe\? \permit rJhe'bull- in his yard ''and selling them to be carted
dog to aJe'all the road-h wants: away to beautify some other city. An I -- --- -

i astute lawyer probably could show suffi-r : :
A card authority declares/that a gam.e dent harm or damage to the city where i KEY WEST IN 'Today's Horoscope :

resembling bridge was played a thousand the I.................. e.... ;
trees are growing to stop the removal I DAYS GONE BY 1
years ago. And it still is. of the trees. I As this day progresses a more
i Happening Here Just 10 Year. daring nature arises. There is
However that be it should not I
may Ago :Today A* Taken FromThe : eloquence prominence and rep-
Every living thing has some way of be necessary in Key West, where concerted File. Of The Citizen 1, utation. This person should .rise

expressing cheerfulness: birds sing, dogs efforts have been made for several i aa; ,, to places of honor and attain a -p twc

wag the tail and man jingles his moneyif years and have been, intensified during the : Aj ijf i nqawent is made of thmarriage energies measure,of however wealth., as Conserve this nature thee atk.-Y ITS NO SECRET

he has any left. last year under FERA direction to beautifythis I oi Piss Cleora Light- often wears itself out. and there

city by advocating the planting of i bourn of Key West, daughter ot', are indications that life may be .
.rfrs.[ Lighbourn, 809 Divisionstreet .9'
Auto makers finished just as success! is at-
are selling cars faster more trees and diligently caring for those A to John'W.. Blending of tained. m ,, : .. _

than they can make 'em. This shows you we have now, to invoke the law to try toy Fort Myers\ whic was solemnized 1JOU'l Ufl

to what abject poverty the people of this stop residents from digging up their treed recently in the\\ First Baptist Citizens of Minneapolis consume .1iI
country have been reduced. Church at Miss Light- 16,000.000 gallons of milk
and selling them to outsiders for transi <
bourn is Tam1 West's most. and 1,500,000 gallons of cream CUI\F'f.-, .
planting. in other cities. charming and her annually. : :

Trees are almost akin to communal Yet several residents have done that distinctive personalit has won for' .. .
property like the air, sunshine, and rain, very thing during the last week or so. Bey her a wide and admix g circle of wood, will be quietly married this +. fAL.'r --a.- -'- ff
friends who will rejrrAt that her' evening: at the home of the bride's -
and the publiCtakes pride in their exist- ers of trees, who call themselves -
nurserymen marriage will remove ber from> Iiterlrs.! Clarance Saunders., -Ov.O- Aft
ence, and is solicitous of their welfare. have been in Key West purchasingtrees their social circle. Mr.\ !anding: 1109 Petronia street. Rev. E. L. L .

When a fine tree dies or is removed there to 'cart away to other places, and I is president of the Let( County Ley. of :Memorial church will of- dfp ,
Bank Title and Trust company of' ficiate. The couple will leave on 55iL : :::
i is
void that affects _
a .,. the whole com .some of'the.most"beautiful trees have been 1- .._
) Fort Myers. They have !gone on i the evening train for Hollywood
munity.There. : .- sold. One:resident r mark'ed'that she felt I I an extended tour and will on 1 where they will make their future

almost like crying when she saw men dig- their return make their home in home.. >.THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS. ,And there
i Fort \
are several kinds of newspapers ging up an ornamental tree to be taken .| :Sunday;; morning in Fleming J"C : -'- .: : .
( :;
but two,kinds that stand out in away to beautify some other city. Street Methodist church something :: > <

bas relief are 'those" that smear everybodyand Pride in From May 1 to date Fire Chief of a unique nature will take i are no: ;finer tobaccos HOB those used Luckier '
ones community Jn.
be Prnder also
Ralph who i is building ; .
place when the twin boys of Mr. ., .. f_. .
everything with muck, and those eager sufficient! to evoke an emphatic "No" from inspector for Key West, has i sand Mrs.\ M. Drown and .the twin :: q :; r: %;%: : K-5' 'f'1wru: :;K "

and ever ready to whitewash all that has any resident who is offered a few dollars sued 32 permits to local contractors boys of Mj-. and Mrs. G. Bethel
for repair and construction --- -- -
been stained. Both expect to gain in for a tree in his yard, a tree that not only work in the city. The total amount 'Not will often receive if the ever rite, does of baptism.a like 1.1'11..J9".I' .IIIT""A "-- --

money or emoluments, and both may pro- helps to beautify his yard but adds to the to be expended. en the work i fc 1 incident happen in the camechurch ........................a............................... .............:
fitably be avoided. attractiveness of the city as a whole. set at $16,112.Troops at the same hour, it i i" .

Nobody in Key West is so reduced financially 1, ;:::;-5, boy scout I'I'said :

There ought to be a law forbiddingany to justify his parting with tree I SPECIAL SALE
a of America, who were in Havana I I 1\11'\ !'. D. B. Russell now has a
corporation to pay a single individualmore for a few dollars. In a day or a week or to attend the inauguration cer beautiful;;i garden adjoining the .,

than $50,000 a year. If any individual a month the dollars will be gone, and the rnony of President Gerardo Ma-:i: home at Southard and William'street. --- ON ... :
; chado. as guests! of the Cuban': Recently an old structure'!
obtaining this sum desires to make tree also the tree that would have
stood Government, returned last night.I|fwas! torn down and the space is
more money, let him invest whatever he here as a noble specimen of its kind for Coast Guard Gutter with Troopson > now being transformed! into a

saves. There are presidents corporations many years to come. board reached Key West 5:30 1 beauty spot. Many of the blooms 1F 1-
in the afternooon and the U. S. are luxuriantly showing.!'
receiving much $350,000 Finally the tree brokers
as as annually experts in S. Bayspring; with Troops: 2 and ----

and the companies which they head their !lines i choose for purchasing! ; our most 5 arrived at 7 o'clock. The boys 11 I I A. W. AVnold, owner of the ...

have not paid dollar: in;diyidends !in sev- .t:eautlful tree'I,** i. : report having enjoyed a wondel'fuf -!j I building at Greene and Simonton

eral years. '- ; 4t ;::fM...' c f 4thosb:men want: wptJn' \ "or. "seeds time and say they were royally -,: streets is having it repaired' arid F .
):;_:\ entertained __ i iJ.3rN ifcecured when completed it will forth 'an /'
'.of_aujTTtreesv'fthere:. { no"gble4ibn} 'tb".tli irr 'i attractive" addition to that section! .. ;.f;

What. was all thatlracket i rs; het.Spl : sale "giving: them ?way; 1 bd ;t lungs aCe :: ". 2' 'c1ock this i of the city. The lower'iwrt is-te1M f

radio Friday? That was jite ODJrteMmfd: ;!!: ?is an. elitir. r _differentmAt;; rt'1 vIA, Y mornmR.. n' the restaurant on i, > made into a commodious
Greene !: .
stlIeoxt < tM'cornn: and
repair shop while the
howling (down a resolution t&l:feutiWftheIit. rest {en ?horsell 1 ;|\ to bejbgirtetl.away .
.: 1J\ree! of I>nvsV The ptec-} Was conducted -, upper floor will be mad into a .
mileage allowance. It may not be"gen- from\key 'West fe-really sellitfg i""Jutrt"nf by..-Clyde. Knight. Fire( !set of offices complete with all l e\ V 4 i

erally known but the government allows, the beauty of his city. !Parted in the upstairs of the' modern conveniences. ..'
building where it wai confined I, -
besides a $10,000 salary 15 cents mile to
by the heroic: efforts of the 1'eFuneral services for Lemuel
and from the capital. As the transportation HELPING THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS men. Although the fire did not: Baker, who died recently in Mt- M

rate is about 3 cents a mile, the law- reach the lower part of the strnc-, morial hospital! in New York will .
lure it was rained by the water,, be held Sunday afternoon 4-JSO
makers aside 12 mile few citizens
may put cents per as Very take time to think
especially! the paper on the wall: o'clock: from the Lopez Chapel to
"pourboire" or "contra" a* we say in Key what the public school system means to and ether of the decorations. j i;I First Methodist church where

West. Small wonder the howl. This item the average child. Without free popular ',i cervices will be conducted by 1

costs the taxpayers $227,000 yearly. The education: many children would grow into Mrs. Bertha Most of Key Westland kRev.I(, L. Monro. The Red Men will 1 r
I Frank McConnell, of }}oily- attend in a body.
senators also rejected vociferously an adults without being adequately preparedfor .

amendment forbidding the placing of rela- taking proper care of themselves in a I ,
tives in their offices. So the practice of business world based upon competitive

nepotism, like the show, must go on. manners. Your Vacation II, ci:: ) lJh

We were talking to a prominent merchant ;

Key West, incidentally, has slowed toa of the city yesterday along the gen-
ITyou are going to summer school J.or plan-
crawl from the tourist standpoint! but eral subject of education. He did not have
ning a motor trip or any journey youwill feelsafer i
the FERA reconstruction labors are not I an opportunity to attend school for long, I and more at ea.qef if you are, sure 'that the.

slacking off. Officials plan to makeplentyof and yet we have talked with who '
no one funds "
I -you azry: are' protected, Let tis assist you
hay while the summer sun shines, so appreciates more fully the value of an I in .pfocuriag'ihis protection- by'onvertm; your

that the ancient town will be even more education not to his own child, but to the j travel 1 fuiTd. i.into- :V ::it j rIl

attractive to tourists than it was made last children of the other man. Hundreds of !- c'.5.1's.: : : : ._ a, v :

season, when visitors bested all record good citizens in this community would be AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS

since the prosperous days of the Key West unable to educate their children without CHEQUESIF I j

boom. Among the works planned for this free schools.
THESE cheeks .are I lost. or stolen (un-
summer are included activities with paintbrush When we reflect upon the value of an I ountersigned), the amount involved Is! refunded y 16-PieceSet$1.OO i

and spray gun, by which a small education to a child we realize the thing j to.you._ IQ spending them all;that is necessary Is .

proportion of the houses will be coated to that school taxes are paid for. When the I for you to sign them a second time in the presence* .

fit the taste of such tourists as prefer tidi- citizen thinks only of the amount he has to I',' of the one accepting them. A South Florida] Contracting & Eng leeritg Co.Ph"Le:5

ness to atmosphere. Only a few houses pull from his pocket for the maintenance BY- .' .
will be so touched because administrators of the school i# OS
up system he exhibits a lack of : : WUte ad Eliza Streets :

are making it a cardinal point not to the cooperative, unselfish spirit which "Yourhome] i U worthy
West1W tkelbest":
Ik..First Mmd :Baric rf Key !
destroy the quiet, lazy, antique exterior of must be the backbone of successful'pub __
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the town Miami News lie !
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I E ENEMYS; ;:t I KISS&rHO" [ e*r 4 to. CLASSIFIED COLUMN :! Today 1498-Savonarola In Historye.eeeeeeeeew.www.ww.wwwe, Italian religious

SPORTS reformer, executed as a
'''." 'Nell a.da sea tamed them .all on; Its ,cellar t0 tED eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee heretic.
.mft9 ETiflandrvm........
<. rtapoe.. t. a tttefffwm crow her changed In a twinkling from ghost- PERSONAL
rather skfft9 ker:1. sleet Him, el e' haunted caverns of gloom and mystery waITE
*.**..<* tk. country.. Bet k. U not i- Orcta 1701-Capt. Kidd pirate,
to storerooms lined withcobwebs
*kr..m>4 1M ft....U tf at*.*4 <. mere STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS
l rf4. WJkU* wwaftfer W :V the and disgraceful dost. Gain- hanged in London aged about 55.
< rkt .f her -peeew lor.Jt. 1* leg the kitchen steps cgaln. ha I THAT both the seller and the INDIGESTION victims, why : -

.. C .wt.ar peraoeeal. poeep was.ah. .. There! II friend's down ...eeeseeseeeeeeeeeeeeeel' I competition is keen, wise free sample of Udga, a doctor's the Constitution.
end the ***.was are tearc* 1
t p-.11.'am... there hell have to exit by the walls. PARK BOYS DOWN j { YANKS CLIMBBY business concerns double their'' prescription, at Gardner's Phar- I
!mat' '.
Where now! i FOLLOWING i advertising and get the business,! ) 1833-Log Angeles Mexican

Chapter Pour Would It be an awful bother to LIGHTHOUSETEN I TRIUMPHING I The most prosperous and progressive '' may21-22-23-28-29-30 1l.12-13x ; june4-5-6--j pueblo of about 2,000 population,

CRASH look upstalrsT 1 mean, before yon THROUGH 9t. business! concerns are'' I I won over its rival Monterey as
gof she asked shyly. Tm not gen t. heavy advertisers because it is the ;;
THET explored a sitting room, erally such a fool but IN DIAMONDBALL OVER CHICAGO greatest aid in increasing their! FOR RENt I capital of Spanish California.!

pleasantly famished In "Ifd be no bother at alt Bat I'm (By JOVE) i sales.
blue and tinst-browa.! bat empty. a not going tm Jour father cornea." ...a....e v e...e e e e e e e e.r. 'I II The best selling efforts are I BICYCLES-WE RENT by the 1918-56 U.: S. soldiers killedin 1

second uglier room., with orange She did not even try to coacea.' will talk of the Key West always linked with advertising. Hour, Day or Week. Repairall torpedoing of "Moldavia" off
cretonnes led off tie fitting-room! her relief. RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEW YORK GIANTS DEFEAT makes English coast
boys that are doing good away I When the public buys service! and paint them with
back Into the bilL "That's awfully good of yon." I VICTORIOUS OVER CUBAN from here. First I will mention PITTSBURGH PIRATES; or merchandise from the business i Nu-EnameL We carry a full
A, drawing groom beyond contained Not a bit" Be said it warmly. So ; 1929
Norman Artman who has just won concerns that advertise they get supply of parts. Agent for the -Henry Ford attended a
notblng more terrlbe"thala! warmly I that It embarrassed them CLUB AGGREGATION IN his letter in baseball! in the Uni-,, REDS GO TO VICTORY OVER the best merchandise and service Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. public dinner of 2,000 Jews in
tome Victoria engravings and Be both, and ha was .quick to add ]
versity of Florida. This is his: available. I And sell them as low as $5.00 New York.
flares brass and took them back Into "What shout come light on the situation SECOND CONTESTBy DODGERS down and
$1.00 week. We
Freshman year and he win make t These business concerns believe! per
the kitchen with red rLet's
wblcb. flag-
alone smelling of soft soap and old "' turn them all on.ee4 the grade on the first team next, in selling merchandise that satis Buy and Sell all makes of used An increase' of 20,000 mem-
year. Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. bers in the woman's missionary
scrubbed wbltt.wa Alison. I
corner cupboards ( JOVE) (!S_! t* The (<<:IU.*.) fies.They Stowers company 515 Duval
11 quality that society of the Methodist Episcopal
far the cheerful carry goods
< "by most : part
Two were played in the NEW YORK, May 23.-The ctreet.
of tbe boas. 'rooms, hall, kitchen. games I j Last week the Tallahassee cost no more than inferior mer- apr9-tf Church South, during 1934 baa
SITTING I Social league last night at Bay- New York Yankees downed the been
Not a alga of a spook!" even cupboards they I Capitols played three game, andi: White Sox and advanced I chandise. reported.
What about upstairs switched every bulb oa ana left them view Park. In the first game Bay they {won two and lost! one. In < Chicago I You can save by buying advertised WANTED
i to second in the American
all blaxlng.) The front door was view Park came out with a re- these games Castillo was at bat]! place merchandise.You I WANTED; TO UPSTAIRS
"We'll try down bere ttnt'"That League standing. RENT ,
locked and every window shot' except vamped ten and' defeated Lighthouse 112, times. scored two runs and hit I should ret the habit of
: The Cincinnati Reds defeated t i furnished room and kitchenette
only leada Into the cellar. I I ,
the pantry which they fastened !I safely 4 times, one good for two reading the ads! They briag -
17-to-ll score. The ] I j located. Address Box
protested Alison.Ma"a too. by a the Brooklyn Dodgers with three ]I centrally
: bases.' He had 12 chances on the I I I to year door
j well be thorough though. The bedroomstieemed to be fnralahedft'ttfthetil leaders at bat were Blonds Roberts i field without an error. The standing i pitchers doing the twirling .Johnson I day. iM,, care of The Citizen' office. RUSSELl'SCIGAR S

She fancied that be gase bet a quick. > ._ *-I :exception in the and Archer, with threE Thits in four' of this league is Panama City Brennan and Freitas. Four .. I may22-2tx I Ii
t! ; frt e'55 I twirlers served Brookl .' .Earn'shaw. :
-------- times at bat. Valdes4iit:four fn 14 7 Thomas and Heath Whitehill and I
: won ;and ;- Americas, 12wonLan4St t Babich, JInnns and Benge. .; I i M'TED--.A cbaaee''-to, bid on!
five times up. ACastrd hit three lost;. Tallahassee 10. The St. Louis CardinalTie- : your next printing order The:
91won [I :
out of five.. .. .. :; :; :. iff i-( I won and:' 8 lost; Thomasville. feated the Phillies behind the excellent At Philadelphia R. II.' E 'Artman Press. a It'1iI STORE0
In the field tte leaders were Al: *" and' 10 lost! ; Albany. 10 won I i pitching of Jesse "Pop'I '" Detroit ......__.:_. 4 11 0 I i

.Castro, Pmtler *Cerexo, ..and, iCStickney. ant} I:? Wsf. and Moultrie.\ 4 won I Haines. Philadelphia ...-.l..L..._ 183 I .PIANO TUNING I -0-
and(113 :lost.: That puts the Capi- I
AU flayed ,errorless! The Boston Red Sox triumphed
tols two from first Cochrane PIANO 'TUNER Laureano )10I ''
fall. games place. '' over the Cleveland Indians, with Auker and ; Blae- I Baseball Returns
holder and Foxx. reno. Excellent piano for sale I
Mee,. Score by innings: R. H. E. Wes Ferrell on the mound for the I 11
.r Bayview _170 340 2-17 14 1 I will carry a bunch of good winners who were credited with cheap. 1018 Division street I By Wire

Lighthouse ..000 140 6-11 20 5 I ball players on a trip to the Keys'ne the victory. At New York R. II. E. m23-lmo I
t Sunday and I will bring Chicago _. 5%) 7 2 -O--
'B.tteries-Roberts: and R. Alvarez The Washington Senators de-
back< the bacon, as I did the last New York _..._...13 14 0 FOUND I
j, ; C. Stickney, Demeritt, F. feated the St. Louis Browns. II I COME I IN AND GET THE
w. | Stickney, and Cerezo. I time I was up there. I will try Whitehill pitched for the Nats FOUND In Hawk's Channel I' RESULTS OF THE
R + Jones. Vance and Sewell Allen ,
I best to whitewash them if I ;
Errort Valdes 2 F. my with Andrewsand
Summary Weiland.
f.t i Walkup
about three miles off Fort MAJOR BASEBALL
t' 'and Jorgens.At Taylor
Stickney 2. Roberts 1. G. Acevedo.Threebase can, but I will surely bring back Thomas doing the hurling. I '
I i white boat with red bottom;il LEAGUES0
the game. With Joe Casa Robert I
hits--C. Stickney. The Detroit Tigers triumphedover 1
12-foot keel 12
H feet
Boston R. H E. overall
.; R R Two-base hits-T. Roberts Valdes, Bethel. Lucillo and Salinero the Philadelphia Athletics, Cleveland .._..._..--.._ I 5 10 1 ; 4-foot beam. Owner may --
: F. Stickney Al'mry. G. Acevedo.B. I for mound duty. I do not see' how sweeping the two-game series between ... ._.._ Na- CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
club Borton _._ ..... 12 14 2 recover same by seeing
Roberts Puebla. Stolen bases any can whip us. these two teams.! thaniel Clark. Sr.. 224 Division I SOFT DRINKS,
-Puebla and Demeritt and The New York Giants
i Teal. i I j defeatedthe
Pearson. L. Brown. C. Brown street within 30 days and pay- ETC.
Archer. Sacrifice hit-Cerezo. In the game last Thursday. Pittsburgh P rates. Parmeleeon !
and Pytlak; W, Ferrell and R. ing for this advertisement.
Struck out-B/ C. Sticiney I, by Baker and Cates hit three safely the mound for the New Yorkers Ferrell. may23-2t I
Demeritt 2. by B. Roberts 1. and the club hit but four and'' and Blanton on the firing line .
Walks-Off Roberts 4, off Stiek- Baker scored the only run for the'' for the Pirates. --- ---

ney 3, off Demeritt 5. Wild Sanford nine. They both played : The summaries: I

pitch* -Stickney 2. Demeritt 3, 'errorless ball in the field. Sogoing NATIONAL LEAGUE

Roberts 2. Double plays-Robert!* as they are, I do not fee'' '

lr'M to Sevilla. N'tnez to G. Acevedo. how the club can lose. I think At Pittsbur-b- R. II. E.

t Hits-Off Stickney. :3: hits and I 5 I they need another Conch or two New York _..__.-.. 592 ,
a.'ugKCa.,., runs in one inning and 4 batted in and then they will have the best Pittsburgh _7--_ 252 MAN-HUN :
the second, and no one out. Time. club in the league.LEAGUE .
A lrge_ gray I .rat..darted!:. _between. Alison's. feet.:.. .. "-t. lIour.nll 20lniotes. Umpires.Lopez I j Parmelee: and Mancuso! ;'Blanton!

frowning look as she hung back. cheapest fashion with old Iron and and Gonza'ez. r end Grace.At .

-What's the DlaUerr"SoppoeIDgbe'a brass bedsteads, lumpy woolen mat In the second game the RecreaI -1 I'! STANDINGS I I !

behind ua and tresses worn white paint and faded I. tion defeated the Cuban Club and Cincinnati R. H. E.

locks the door" wallpapers; In one front room lay : i< now tied for first place in the 'I: AMERICAN LEAGUE Brooklyn ............_.._..._ 481

Tbe young man took a step back Alison's suitcase: open as she had i league/ with them. The final score :I Club- Pct. Cincinnati ........._.._.w._ 573 TRAILS I

and! dragged the cellar key out of left it when. she went to wash and I was 8 to 5. '{I Chicago .............___....1': ; ..667I

the lock.' Theie.He .- brush up.Wbat It seemed since she The leaders in this game at bat ;I New York ................17 12 .SSg r Earnshaw. Babich. Munns,

swung tbe lantern letting Its had knelt an age there nervously humming were McCarthy with three hits in t' Cleveland ....__......_...15 11 .577, Benge and Lopez; Johnson.' Bren-'

beams rail on a' larder with long ;. to unpack her brush and- I a* many times at bat. M. Es ui-I: Boston ......_.............15 12 .550, ran, Freitas and Campbell. i _

stone sbelres. a very modern which beating bad sponge bag! naldo hit three safely: but was up t Detroit ._..-.-....._....15 13 .536 Sleuth Tracks _
stove and a recess Peering under the bed into cup I four times. In the field F. Mat! Washington ...._.....14 14 .500 At. St. Louis R. H. E.i Famous

once Very been old.a the baking cellars oven. the whole boards behind the curtains be re thews and J. Matthews handled Philadelphia .-...-... 8 17 .320 Philadelphia _..._ 282 Down Evidence on How &

length of the house;ran a chain! of ported Not here." and they went on I 10 chances without an error. I St. Louis .._ .. 5 19 .208 St. Louis __......._ 310 1 ; Goodyear's Greatest
small black. windowless rooms cut tothe bathroom. Alison could not repress I Score by innings: R. II. E. .:.:.:= : I
ufl from one another by close, a shiver as she peered in; I Cuban Club 001 030 1-5 i 9 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE : Bivin, Pezznlo and Todd; Tire Stands Up on Cars

wooden gratings and full of black. then she caught light of her ftwa, I:I Recreation ..431 000 x-8 7 '7 I ctut- W. L. Pd. I Haines and V. Davis.I of "G.3tf Usersl!

alarming corners empty but for tbe face. I I"D'ou Batteries-C. Garcia: and Mar- New :York ........-...19 8 .70-
peeling plaster and a smell!1 ot nice. mind waiting Just a moment tinez; Rosam and Griffin. Brooklyn 12 _600j I Boston at Chicago postponed, c

At the farthest end a coal cellar while 1 get my powder she Summary: Errors-Varela 2,j Chicago _......._._.A5 11 .571' rain. 1I

tc. the rlrfht held a foot of coal dust asked very conscious of a nose that Walker 2, Lopez. Rosam. Wallace. St. Louis __....._...__16 13 .552 i AMERICAN LEAGUE

a storeroom; on the left. Contained shone. Ogden. M. Esquinaldo Bazo. Mar; Pittsburgh ................1 G 11 ,485i ,
shelves with halt a dozen rotting -Ill wait oat bere. tinez. Sanchez. Two-base!! hit?-i Cincinnati ......_..__11 16 .401 I Washington R. H. E.St. .

apples: a narrower central>room Yet she hurried. To be alone In. McCarthy 2. F. :Matthews 1. Stolen -Philadelphia _.... ..._ 8 11 .320 Louis .._ ... ..._._, 280

ended front'stalrs.Jnji dark. deep recess under tbe the bathroom horror brought of that back gray too face vividly althovgb. i bases-Bazo 3. Weintraub_ 1. Boston ..... .................. 8 11 .320 Washington .._ ......._ 591

the whistling/ ,loudly, Double play-Bazo to Ogden to
be was I IC'1I7.,1
lIue broken deck chairs ashallow I'
two Weiland. Walkup. Andrews
Sane Struck Rosm European
as be stroUwt bodt the I iez out-By Historians say the first
or paclK J(
straw. small
heap and" .MV* :>5\swuYerifOrn A *4 Jy) Garcie'6. Walks-By Gi : > ,to .visit: North Carolina was
Ing case upended ajK/eat'jfoll: BENJAMIN LOPEZ
of new linoleum threw jtscomfort-- r &.b'ersotf'u) 4..1l 6* by Rosam i. Wild pitched. .John de Verazza".o., a Frenchman, NOTE
able shadows.' l elded'' -: wbojguessed bow abateit and' Rosam 2. Garcia ;3. Runs scored'[who claimed the land for France. FUNERAL HOME Reed the complttt

though: they swuug the light: I was .deliberately leUtnz ber knowthat II --Baio 3. i)< den 1. M. EsqoinaUof l EitablUfced 49 Year. thrilling itory in The

BUT was no sign of either\ manor liew is*-close at band.' Some' f i. ,Griffin! 2.. McCarthy 2, Lopez:I They're: busy unearthenine ancient Key: Weil's Oldest h Saturday Evening Post,

ghost COM:water splashed_into ber.face, a I 2. Welntraub 1. J. Matthews.'* cities.; Any day now they X4.H.
"Ah!." The young maa stooped comb ran quickly through her hair.; I|I Hti --McCarthv: 3. Lopez. JV i(may bring' to ,light a successful Licensed Eanbelm
suddenly.' that glinted with gold \lights a touchof Matthews. Varela. Wallace. M. Es- Republican candidate. Pk... 13S Ni.bt e*'-W
"What Alison asked breathless. cream between! her dark eyebrows quinaldo 3. Bazo 2. Sanchez 2, Al-!I i __

"Mala switch, lighting. Half a second and thick lashes to hid the last fonzo. Offden. Earned run*--:I Excited? You bet we are-and! so will l'ou

-" trace of tears. Recreation 1. Cuban Club 4. Time hear the latest facts about
Then with powder coral rouge, be when you
-Obi" 1 hour and 20 minutes. Umpires,
and coral lipstick she was ready. tires for car-Just released by a great
The cry burst from her before she Gonzalez and Gibby Demeritt. r your
could stop IL He Jumped back so Feeling definitely better! aha Standing of the League I TRY-BOTH detective who scoured America Interview

swiftly that before the sound was announced. Club W. L. Pet. All-Weather "G-3"
He bad lighted a pipe and was i ing "G-3" users .
'out. he was beside her ready. .. ._.. 3 .667
leaning .back against tbe wan resignedly : Cuban Club ... 6 -Introduced after "third degree" road
Bang! as she came out, and as be Recreation .....:....._6 3 .667
roll of linoleum bad been has than lived to its
The tall straightened np she had an Imprea- Service .............-*___5 3 .625 testa more up
It fell straight back
rocking DOW ...4 4 .500 claims-has proved itself better than we
tremendous crash Into the don that those startlingly light eyes. :Lighthouse ._ .-
with recess a aDder the stairs sending a of his swept over her approving.) Administration .._...._.4 4 ..500Bayview ONE IS RYE THE Dr said it was. Stacks of evidence clinch the

chain ot echoes through cellars be- Yon certainly look happier.* I Park _.....3 5 .375 case! Come see this astonishing tire
"If 1 I think yon need ... .._... .-3 5 .375
alnd. At the same Instant, from the may say so. Garage _.... !
prostrate linoleum a large gray rat a cup of hot coffee more. What about American Legion2 6250 OTHER BOURBON -that costs YOU no extra price

darted with a !flash! of pink-webbed trying to make some?" This afternoon at 5:30 the Legion -

paws and naked tall plumb between! "There' Isn't any. I looked for food .1 will cro-s bats with the Serv- EVIDENCE ROLLS INAmailni RUE AS Y8I PAY

Alls D'S feet and Into tbe dark coal andonldnt! see ..ny.utd Alison. ice Club at the Army barracks. I1 ,
cellar! where It vanished. "But It your father Re stopped Tomorrow atternooa Bayrlew Park A "G-3" "Footprint Fact*" FOR NEW GOOBYEARSEASY

yller companion laughed cheerful short Alison said The same' i I win cross! bats with the Adminis- gathere3 from Coast to Coast.
ly. For a moment I thought we ,I !ration at 5:30 o'clock.. Tomor- SPEEDWAYSPROVEI'
had ,him. didn't yon? But I think thought had struck her. I row night Bayview Park will play "% MORE MILES OFqnently Allow
well leave the lights on'' Just for (copgr< -
lack. : tomorrow, tries to puzzle I| the Lighthouse will play the Cuban -' r -
Thar* were three switches and he eat her father curious actions. I Club in the second game. Each t 8O

_. 14 in this half.' GOODYEAR: TERMS
1 j t cIU plays games
---- -- --- -- -- PROVED! of sArm care

..........0.eeeeee.ee.ee I A WEllePROVEI'
1 born in Denver, Colo., 52 years GAMES TODAY quicker In emergency.SU7ERTWIST .

Today's Birthdays ago.
.eee..eeeeeeew.eeeeeeeee i Mabel \ViHebrandt of Tem-: AMERICAN LEAGUE tIns PROTECTION

Alfred P. Sloan Jr., of New:'pi*, Cal and Washington. D. C-.t Chicago Cleveland at at Washington.Philadelphia. against l blowouts GOOD YEA 1
I onetime Assistant
U. S.
.1 lawyer
York. president General Motors 1 I Attorney-General born at Wtwxls-I St. Louis at New York. SEE OUIT LOCAL EVIDENCE

born at New Haven, Conn.,'' Detroit at Boston.NATIONAL h at$
to yean ago. 'J dale. Kans. 46 years ago. :,I 51t' Sit iskbpL.

LEAGUE e Sid Covdyulrs ore GUARANTEED AGAINST ROAD HAZARDS tr oeA as dtJer tn.
1 John Stuart of Chicago president -' New York at Chicago. : .

U. S. Senator Henry W, Keyesof i' of Quaker Oats born at Boston at Pittsburgh. e' "a' COLONIAL SERVICE STATION

New Hampshire born at New-;t Cedar... Rapids Ia., 58.' years ago.I Philadelphia at Cincinnati. -

bury Vt, 72 years ago. .f.j I Beach-of New Ye>rk, Brooklyn at St. Louis. I t' I { I I CLARENCE CRUSOE Prop.

born in San Francisco,I Colonial Hotel Bid*, on Fleming !Street;
Subscribe to Ta* CStiian,
Douglas Fairbanks !screen Ur,, 54 years ago.

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x: : SOCIETY : : CONTINUE TO / World's: Largest! Register At! Home! Of Schlitz! I PERSONAL MENTION I

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ARRIVE HERE:f yesterday afternoon -

Miss Edith Roberts Becomes I' business! for; Miami to visit brieflyon

Bride Of J. William Russell+I
was an arrival
.. 'I I yesterday front SECRET
ONE'CARS SENT OUT FROM j Miami to attend
Beautiful "" aa the 'scene fin' the Flower girls were Catherine "to matters in connection with his
Congregational Church Tuesday' Moore, ;yellow organdie Faye Ber-, KEY: WEST SINCE SEASON property holdings in Key West.

evening when Miss Edith Mae Rob-. valdi. blue organdie; Lorraine Not- -- -, .
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prU,daughter of Mr. and LMn.. tale: ; pink' organdie.. A trio of STARTED I Mrs. Ray Navarrpb: ,! who ass.!

Joka Carlyle Roberts. became the' beautiful childhood. pending' sever, ;J ..veeks wiyfrfqnds >'
bri/Je'of John William Russell, son Little Billy Pease Albnry was in Savannah, returned visterday. ;

'of Mrs.[ ,Susan R s elL '': ring bearer.. Dressed in"an eve- Shipments of pineapples from i3 !t, jx I ... :;j _..

p, The church was artistically,decorated ning EDit ,of white satin, he was Key West to distribution points in : -- J e.
with of natural the Qrnoslire of all and !J.
a profusion eyes. Raymond Dillon was an arrival. i. t.\J .
lilies and roses interspersed with: elicited: smiles of commendaitonand the north since the season began, I iliami
yesterday from and after ..
//ranxfe\ of ferns, the ensemble cre: appreciation as he approached I time """'"" .
spending a short greeting his I
.ing a perfect background, for the the altar with the wedding ringon consist of 861 cars. Of this num- x .many friends, left on the steamship
solemn ceremony which was conducted a pillow! of satin
ber there were 26 cars of fruit in I Cuba for Havana.
: by Rev. E. R. Evans. | Benjamin Roberts brother of I knew

Just before the arrival of the the :bride was best man. Attendants bulk shipped to St. Catherine's, I ; never
bridal party Mrs. Paul Archer sangClement' to the groom were Joseph Al- Ontario Canada. Gandolfo left Thompson and Johnny till now!
"Oh Promise Me, ac- len and Joe Roberts, fellow em- I
this week date I for Miami where they will spend
companied on the organ by Mrs. E. ployes of The Citizen and Henry Shipments to few a

R. Evans. As the bridal party en- Kiggs. The bride was given in number 117 cars. The fruit arrived friends days with relatives and

tered the edifice Mrs. Evans marriage by her father. They in box cars from Havana _

played the wedding march from were all dressed in conventional and was transferred in Key West : TIME..when I thought

Lohengrin and during the cere- blue serge. to refrigerator cars. Sunday, 27 I William Mendell left :yesterday ALL been were alike
I afternoon for Miami' to meet a
the Carrie'
mony organist played After into 21 into BUT that before I
the ceremony the bridal SOi; Tuesday, 41i; was
Bond's "I Truly." salesman for one of the large fixture -
Jacobs Love You
party departed to the strains ofMendelssohn's : Wednesday, 21 into 39; Thursday, ----A houses and >I DISCOVERED SchllU.
The bride was gowned in a satin i 25 into 47. purchase an
Wedding March.
; for the new men's store to be BELIEVE me, mister
back creation with train
crepe cap _
wending their way betwen the Local representatives of the,
and trailing; veil and carried an opened in the Renedo building in THIS beer Is mile
large number of those! who attended ; owners of the fruit are.cppvincedseason's I
nm bouquet of Easter lilies sprinkled .tcexemonpiand) through,,ar }bat.taiL > ,- ,ipmey! ; 1lEsCCe&.ihose ;\ \ 'f I. t'1 1MO JDnti!h9tL1.t..J. t Joson. AHEAD of the real

',, ,th fernf with,. strands ..of' "' ewe af admrrerajQd( >f riepds, ,wbkh ; :\ ofl st,IA'4s9n. vhenf I y 7iii.t i: J IN'clear fresh aromalV.futfmeiow
stephanotis. ,' : ,; extended frwmithe 'VwrhrdooJ'l\Jt) .2G1tcart.were: o itlbyajll: If visit home of.SchUtz: 1 h : ?i '
? f .
rya Jtrs CarJ ) ; e.qt -'the; bcfr ,that made. Mil. e.kee. ,Albert. arrived .yesterdayronltheik.Z flavor
Matron 110nor" '
pf; .! the waltittlrastogto4ile,.wicktd1ktbetpewlywedst..tp tItIaIK : : f 'I } !
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S61.p {
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Bervaldi, dressed in pink organdie; ,,tbeitysaftttltibompat .moul-You will have an opportunity to.it'. world's Urges \pnepi< ? ... .
tarrying 'a' bouquet' 'of pink tad' !- 82fents' ': e'e*e...e a*e.i....._.* egister. Two thousand( ei@ourr >,."'isit.of: u'JfWm31, (IEADf.INES 1.-tn.NEXT. :
Fiemillg;Mreetialc} lu.60,000. names* weihims 55 month relatives .
Pinder ante ros,;maid s. Mbs of honor Mary,in, green Louise..prgondie :- AI..th.,Jaome-o'Ltit. beid.'aparp, :: fl EwEAfHERr': r wt,:: >cunJ.. j I .'...1>*; .'".u BVI2K J.1! ttie.alpg.
.1.1" snot!
carried.a bouquet lilies, on Francis street assembledd'number I ..1l'5. Dan Navat'co1 I

Bridesmaids were Miss Lois of friends and.relativesto ......... ............., "'sS Franklin Archer and Waldo Val- .'

Sawyer, becomingly gowned in or- attend a delightful reception. TcHperatmres* ,- _._ --- -_. -.-. --.---- --_ enzuela formed a party making: al ..

chid organdie; with bouquet of during which the 'bride's bouquetwas .... ..........S.. C.....S...S C t...t.a.e......e.., business trip to Miami, yesterday i I II .
pink buds; Miss Minnie Knowles. tossed from the stairway and Highest _._e 92 SCHLITZ REGISTERWORUrSJARGEST afternoon, to return today or to-''I ..
caught by Miss Mary Louise Fin 76 .morrow. ; I KNOW why.too becauseI'M
blue organdie; gown nosegay of Lowest __ Scene Of Moses Rogers' Grave !
der. I a curious guy
Mean ._ 81 -
pink roses: Miss Mary Curry yellow -.,
organdie gown and bouquet ofXellow Mr. and Mi*. Russell wish to an- Normal Mean 80 C.C.SC.SC.'.C.........t.t..f........t............. \ BIrs. M. Henion. who lists been AND full of questions.

roses. They were all jrradoating nounce they will be at home to Rat-fall* I I enjoying; a delightful; visit with ENZYME CONTROL does
friends in the future I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hattrick at the
classmate: of the bride from their many I THE trick..:..wait. please
Key West High School in 1934. { residence on Fleming-street. Yesterday's Precipitation 0 Ins. THOSE home on Fleming street and othersof I
: DONT let that bit word
Normal Precipitation .16 Ins. ( I her many friends in Key West

Tai record e..er 31-C... period PRIVILIGED TO SIGN will leave tomorrow evening on SCARE TOO.ENZYMES .
I r..... at 8 .'.._.. .the* _. .!... J j the Steamship R :
Parent- Teacher Assn. Holds I -. Henry .M-Ilory ripen every
Tomorrow' Almamac i L { GUEST BOOK for New York en route to her
I -- t GOOD
thing eat.
I ________ I I you ever
: Interesting Session Tuesday I Sun rises ... 6:39 a. m. I' Sixty thousand visitors to theI home in New Jersey. i THEY bring apple to
Sun sets ._- ._*_ 7:09 p. m. -- I I
I home of Schiitz. the beer than THEIR fullest ftoodne
--- Mrr. Benjamin F.
Moon rises 12.-04 a. m. Sawyer and i
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Key West High .Schoul Parent- and linens of all kinds. They also Moon seta _- _.11:38: a. in. made Milwaukee; famous can sign : daughter Anne will leave on the BUT an enzyme hasn't
I short sketch entitled "Improperly i. { this giant; register made by Cuneo :,
Teacher Association held an interesting gave a Steamer H. R. MfcHory tomorrow MUCH sense. Once It
Dressed School Girls." Tomorrows Tide t4 Press J I II r evening to spend a vacation I
in j at HAS well done
and enthusiastic meeting I II Job
: A report was heard from the re- A.M. P.M. I The new Schlitz:: guest register''summer resorts in the north.

the school auditorium Tuesday afternoon tiring president Mrs. M\ E. Berk- High --..,.- _._ 2:40 3:00 ,a 13 the world's largest, "eighing'65I IT go..right on and t

at 3:30 o'clock. This was owitz. Following this report the Low 7:38 9.-06 I. pounds and measuring 14 by 181 I II j i Mrs. Eva Montalratjre\ left yesterday RUINS Its own good work.

the, largest meeting yet held in following officers were installedfor Barometer 8 a.. m today: finches| and is seven inches: thick, t afternoon for Miami ac- THAT'S why there are

the 1934-35 school year. the 1935-36 school term: Sea level 30.02.WEATHER < }rLim !I containing 2.000 persons. rnmpanied by her granddaughter DOZENS of over-ripe

Mrs. M E. Berkowiti, president,I Mrs. Enrique Henrique, presi- F tt aI Outstanding in bookbinding Miss Adele Roberta. where they AND under-ripe
called: the meeting to order with : dent; Mrs. Win. P. Kemp, vice FORECASTUntil craftsmanship: the register was executed will, visit Mrs.. Monvalvatge's son, apple

the Lord's Prayer and salute to president; Mrs. H. 's. Dexter, ; entirely by hand. Rich, Merlin prominent business man. TO every good and I

the ibg. Minues\ of the previous !treasurer; Miss Eliza Gardner, ( 8 p. In. Friday) I brown pigskin was handengravedwith ,PERFECT one.

meeting were read by the eecrtary,f j historian Mrs. H. R. Salas!, sec- Key West and Vicinity: Partly the Schlitz trademark for the t Mrs. Harry C. Galey left ye t ter.I I

Mrs.\ Ida Knnedy. Treasurer's report retary. cloudy: probably showers tonightand rover. Moire lining; was used for'I day afternon for Richmond Va..

was read by Mrs. Lovic Ley. t Mrs. E. J. Bayly presented each Friday; gentle variable the fly leaves and binding boards. to spend a short time with her

The national president's message of the incoming officers and the winds. r In the past 85 years it has been daughter Miss! Ruth Rose. and accompany

for the month, entitled "Emer-i retiring president with. a beautiful Florida: Mostly cloudy prob- the distinct privilege of the Joseph her home for the regular BEER would be a matter

gency Standards" was read by Mrs.j I bouquet of lilies, each tied with ably local showers tonight and Schlitz: Brewing Company to have 'summer vacation from Mary Bald- OP luck. toe and It

Berkowitz. I I blue and gold ribbon colors of the Friday. I 1 some. of the most distinguished win College. OFTEN I Is, if these little
;i Jacksonville to Florida Straits: people from all corners of the
fThe fashion revue presented by National P -T.A. ENZYMES
; Gentle variable winds becoming globe add their names in the Mrs .Norberg Thompson left were notsTRiCTLY
Mrs. Jeanne Irvin of the home With the singing of the P.-T.A.
the business adjourned moderate west northwest over register.'NAMFwilERS. yesterday afternoon for New controlled.
economics department was greatly; song session! or I
enjoyed by everyone present at and a most enjoyable social north portion and mostly overcast York to visit her father. W. C. SCHLITZ knows; how
department held. Delicious weather local showers Tra el'r. at the family home in TO control themTEMPERATURE
the meeeting. Girls of this hour was refreshment probably \ by
New Rochelle and also with her
displayed school dresses, including frozen tonight and Friday. and
afternoon dresses evening dresses][ punch, were served. East Gulf: Gentle variable 11: dauzhter.: Miss Marie Thompson. TIMING and
j blending
winds becoming moderate north- i IN 'KABARETi tudent at :Marynount College,
.. """--- --- I Tarrytown-on-Hud She was f OF ingredients.THIS .
erly over portion.
I I accompanied as far as Miami[ by I. why Schlitz

Arrangements Completed For Big WEATHER CONDITIONS Winners 1>11'. Thompson. SMELLS
in tne "Kiddie Kabul ao good

I Dance And Cabaret By Policemen I I The grave of Moses Rogers The Savannah crossed from the el" for colored persons held yes- MONROE THEATER I TASTES ao good and 1* so
Pressure is moderately low this terday afternoon at the Navy ball
+ commander of the Savannah, pioneer -, Georgia city of the, same name to GOOD to you.
morning from the North and I trans-oceanic steamship, has' field were announced this morn- Kay Francis-George Brent in

Final ,arrangements have been discerning and discriminating ;pub: Middle Atlaifl.fcSeit llUuthwtt'tward relocated _t Cheraw, S. C., aftet Liverpool in 1819, requiring 27 iiig. They ue: : LIVING ON VELVET i '/

completed'for,the grand balsa:*tdca'baret \. lie; it is gaid. <-*. *. --UlPI..qThe ; f t '; 'lIey( i-t jo-year search by the Sea days for the voy;re. j First. Alicia Garcia and Doris l' Iso- vI 1 -

"" to be'feivenfby: the:? 'Key ''lorton-Rueri'9Cb> -' :J "-

Includingabg.gteat? \ modes au l"gions. died! Cheraw historian Second. Winifred Bethel dance.
i i
iQKptain Rogers near pp'ntV'g.t! to l lev RAtS
1s cat Police 'Department 'Assbiri-- : o/btheArdaace; # ,.and. is.-eo.larrangfd tslprler.l: .a...,....M..a::1atcllU, I Gfjprgeiown. during the yellow fem Moses Rogers crave adjoining. ; lied i"Thitd'Marte'Rtlsseil'isoloR ->2Auspice I..',!J'r r"! Balc.ayslOS 110.00 ..ch.j. .' .r fHtHn

tion and the poor, Shy; program -Belfotad'aa-to provieVfc *qtjvio and ( : ., I4atiargs 1.. '
: &awiirville: ,Texas 28.86. ve!* -pWemic of 1823, and was! plot containing a' tombstone 1I b\t.\
will pint some of the prominent taimnenb .. Ute. most exacting )' Ari& Lake .B <; sMAY I ...)trtr IZiNib R l .. ; the beer
: Jm.91ix. '' a"1i .gait buried.In an unmarked Old erected to the.memory,1af; qA .rlf.l' rc. kr
i ;" grave. Captaln .
'' ,; .! 't ... ,... ... ,. .. ., ffi Tm d; MilwaukeeAMOUSin
amateur... entertainers- of Key'I'da.aeea.1qTbia.aed'o.01: she, eveningV City..ux4h,, 29.7kfnfihjs\c Li tt."Qderate.VWls resWejit "r" Chera-w, remembering: Ellkirn. Exercises were held over I "' ; i
I I' + Boy Sodality 1 gals
West. entertainment: ll'fJ-begin bYerpccnredsince ; Captain;;;Rogen' friendship for a I the Rogers grave in connection ,, I 1i I
Featured among them are Miss'''with an elaborately arranged and :yesterday morning from the Capt.'Daniel Ellkins and knowing! with the annual observance of Nzu.tiontl CORAL ISLE CASINO 1 Grocery'FRIDAY UllY'Schlirz _o':i is:

Catherine Huau, Gerald Pinder, |colorful grand march to be led Northern Rockies southeastwardover that the two men died just 12 Maritime day'yesterday, under -' Friday, 'M.;24,, 9 tilT? Richardson's I ALL the trouble of

Miss Helen Pander, Miss! Olga Ra-,I, by Mayor and BIrs.\ W. H. Bfalone. the Middle Mississippi Valley days apart. have located both the chairmanshin of Mayor Pritcbar-'s Orchestra AND SATURDAYSPECIALS PROTECTING its

mos. Miss\ Dollis Burchell Miss]| Bliny requests for reservation and from the Middle Atlan- graves in St. David's churchyard.: Thomas Gamble, of Savannah Ga. rare

LoM Salvanta Warren hilt!]|for the evening are being receivedand tic States and Upper Ohio Valley --' ..---....:.- -- --- i i Admission 40c Ladies .Free FLAVOR from light by
Ernest Sanchez and Gould i indications are that the Ha- southward over Tennessee and PUTTING the beer la

Each name in the Curry.f I',j bana-Madrid Club next Wednes- 'Northern Georgia and scattered Many cities in Texas.are facing'f Cumana, capital of the state of: Batter Ib .. .. ...... ....._.... 30c BROWN bottleas.SCm.ITZ *.

is an indication that the dancing: day night May 29, will be' taxed showers have occurred on the financial crises due to dimished. Sucre in Venezuela:: was founded'' Maxwell House c.Uee. ft 31e

and singing numbers will be of to capacity. Reservations can be Middle and West Gulf Coast and incomes, the bureau of municipal'by. Christopher Columbus' son : ARCHER'S I Bliss Coffee, Ib .....- 2SKaf

the kind which are only leenn made by phoning 395 and 687-W, over Southeastern Florida, being research of the University of Diego as New Toledo in 1521. i 1I I I fa. Ha... Ib ...._....._...._ 49*

programs where ability and skill; or contacting; Captain Everett R. heavy at Corpus Christi. Texas Texas reports. .....t'.._..tI..*. l......rr Hater : GROCERY Sugar, 5 II,.. .......__..__._..... 2Se
are the requisites demanded by a Rivas. where 2.10 inches felL High pres- : Milk cam ..._._... I0c mad lie

-- .-. --- sure over the Plains States. Up- THE SEMINOLEJaekwnivtlte. "The Store Thai Serve C...... 6 __ .... tOe sad 44c
:per Mississippi Valley and Lake You Be.t" Tcauto, caat ..___ Sc
Wheel Club To Melody Hour region is causing abnormally cool I Ii I Salt, 3 pk,.. ......._........... lOc

weather in these districts, with BARBECUE i i GOOD THINGSfor G...... 2 H *U. cae ........ 20c
Have Gating Here Tonight light frost this morning; in por- !i Pear. 2i sigS! sea ............ 2Zc
tions of and Minnesota i I = i I Peaches, 2K list.c mSUa !! v...._. lie
.,notfier ride!! .will be enjoyed Tonight. at 8 o'clock the fourth while Michigan above 1.1' :e i.. GOOD APPETITESNot Rice. 5 IV*..e.s 3Sc
temperatures are
members the Coral Wheel normal I :: Baked Be.... 'ears'
by .
o.t. Key West Melody Hour wilt be In East Gulf and South At-] \. jJ"I I only are the Foodstuffs icily. 3 Ib boa ..._:...;...._ 246; I. Jif
Club tomorrow night. I presented in the Colonial Hotel under lantie Coast districts and in tae i <. offered by this store noted for FI_r, 6 Ib sack ....._._._... 2fe i

..Members of the club are to the direction of Commodorevon Florida peninsula. The maximumof I .; i'q .. jat .. !'. their goodness and wholesome- I I Ovaltimc, ..,all. -...- .-....... 35cOvaltiae a.we.' .
meet at the home of Mr. Fred MTetk-Liuba 92 degrees at Key West yes-, t : ness, but for the extremelylow I larga:t _.. SScPJaaa. I r. t
Kirtlano! at 8 o'clock and from H.D.W. :terday equalled the record for this'' 5c I Florida J JI : prices as well.We .. 2% MX*. cam,.." ..... 22s; \ !
there will ride around the boule-] Well-known local artists are on 'season'' of the year. i I; CHAVB. C.HI:>KR. :Manaarer I I Ivory Flake.. 3, pkf.. ]'T""'. 25Sa I i

vard. Later they will stop at the the program, and an enjoyable G. S. KENNEDY. I I A human, home-like intimation'wherevyoo ;! Welcome Responsible I .saf.. !I. Lard"caB" ........ 15c 'tr '
cabana of the Kirtlands Rest evening is awaiting those who will 4 will find yr ............I! I I Potatoes. 10 IW. .. _. ... ... 23T
Beach for on attend this informal affair. Official in Charge i evnifort rnrnd;-.w.t.t._eat a mat-1!!' Acco..t.i.I .tAll : ._ Fi.... cam .. _........ ISc a _
a supper and contestA t ter of great Importance. |
To-mat Purl, 10 .Uc,
Competition met with *
I .p
prize will be given the winnerof ---o-- j I ___. ... _,
2 for ISeCo4
Chickens hatched in the United KEY WESTCOLONIAL I .. ..... Low Prices -
the contest, it was announced. A eel fire bolldlBK treated i and High Quality. : Fisk Cak... 2 .... 25c
States Im the heart of the city IJ | cams
1934 about 11 I
during were HOTEL Order All F.... Needs Pimicmtes. 3 earn. ......._....... 2Sc
Plan Dance For per cent less than the number in I SANDWICHESCurb\ J Krrrr Room with Combination Tub Rim.o, 3 pk... ..... ....._._.... 24

1933. In the Center of the Business I land Shower Bath Hadlo. Electric. Through Us I Smmi-FImsli. cam. .._,...._.._... 23cIrory
Tomorrow Night tCeilinir Fan. Slat Door for Summer Seep 8 bar _. 34c
,--- and Theater District Service f('Mattresses Ventilation Comfortable Bed. with Fish Turtle TosMtooa., 3 IW. ..._..___... 25Strim

Members of the Boys' Sodalityof PALACEEdmund I ]*:trmr ion and of Inner Individual Spring. Reading Con-* Fruits Vegetables Sea... 2 cam. ..__.. 23e
First CIa--rare.r..I-i ...
St. Mary's Church will I Lamps _. : Ca. Baking Powder.
dance to be at Coral sponsor Isle Lowe-Victor McLaglen S.aalil., Rate PLAZASANDWICH RATES. "' 4 MeatsDairy .. emm .......__..?.._._._.._ 25Pf
a given
-in- I >l7K .rr'. Product Feet jar ._ IS* .m4 2ScBrmim The Beep That
Casino tomorrow evening. : R_.. Private Bathe .,... .:. as.ee
The Great Hotel Murder COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI I II SHOP R_.. rniTBte Rata 2.reI. ; C..kea4 *. 3 snap __ 25c ')f Hwaakee Para...
The affair promises to be at- -.I Phomo 67 Free Delivery
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John Wayne in 40 R Private Balm .._ ..
tended by an unusually large DESERT TRAIL Car... ElevatorPeamla 503 Dural Street 24 ROOK.. Prime: Balmie _-_. a.ae 814 Phao NaF..... D.IieevyEat Sea!!ff
Femumg Street
crowd. John Pritchard's orchestra I I ami.le Room*. Private Bath 4ja 1. .a am4 BaatotV Street / ...VINO COMfAHiHttWACXO.
Matimeet 10-lSct Nifthti IS-ZSe Price* !LIGHT I
Will furnish music for the event. Wt
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