The Key West citizen
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 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 25, 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: UF00048666:00024
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Aaociated Service.Press Day Wire Qr: ]& ,, 'W" cst ( -:':"'". most Key West, Florida, ha. the

For 55 Years Devoted to the ">> tJ. r C! Citizen country equable; s"h; weather*an average in the

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit i




Certain Senators Greatly Interested Key WestwNamedtjOne OfDistrictHeadquarters I Navy Department Recommends Various

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In Patiat1.- #. luJype: Of Legislation I : In I Improvements;For ita: NayalhS1 tion

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Found Taking, 'CONGRESS CHANGE !I ONBIRDJHATTERS .'I. I i 1 FOR ORGANIZING I I Auto Usm Tag$ Key Daring. IKeal Tour I, Wires The' Citizen Of

TO BE r All
First Place Following Applications For Allotments Proposed Activities At

t Up Procedure I I SENT TO CAPITALi In County To Be, : ----- i Commodore Frederick Waa- Key West Yard

j I I II Handled Local!I : per: owner of the yacht
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ay HERBERT PLUMMER ABOUT MANY NEW t NATIONAL ASSOCIATION I I MANY IN ART GALLERY WILL Office II I AND CULTURAL:;: Paula who Looise makes, e.IJ..iaatica.'er. Key West I The Citiz=i In receipt of'A

I By A._....d !'**..) : I hi. headquarter, will this
WASHINGTON May 25.TfcroBgfc METHODS IN MANIPULATIONS I !' summer dvertire Key Wett in Senator Park

.cn..1 I I THE CITIZEN I i! I ADMINISTRATION j jI Germany, Italy, Switzerlandand Trammell
eke year certain OF ORGANIZATIONBy ii By PAUL MAY : Florida representative -
I i!iI C.'penal \\.......... (..n..........., I 1s I i other co../Mriet of Europe. J
tort bare come to retard certainlypet I .f The IMtxmlWASHINGTON. I In a letter to The Citizen t in the United StatesCongrcts

of lefitlation at, ia tke I II HERBERT: PLUMMER Robert P. Allen, sanctuary director I I Many of the paintings now on May 25. I Dans for the forming' of a dra-1 1 the Mi. commodore'lues Fraser trllt secretary of I"eirIr..i. !i giving an oullins

__..... .. malic organization in JWe&t,
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of the National Association i! display in the Key West Art Gal- -Key West has been nah .., New York on the
word. of Prudent Roosevelt, their .
I WASHINGTON Mar 25.I .-I i!I ; to (be known as the Key West. .. of various proposed improve-

"h.L)." I )ft'mbers"of 'eongroeap; -la".r.I'of! :,.I?o'f- 'AndfrboriSocietielii grateful!|lery are'to be1 'fcent-t*, Washington .ed- as- ,district;.'htt tdqubrter ,'"1'layers, wre aniionnred" thtftornlYigbythc a i't f'1taMb.re'AAtltrilaA HejimsltipNew: York Uae of this the Wh <1o'fn-YArtfled
on at thaJKe
I t'AdminI'M
them''veleraies':tif'jeai'seref-. I '
'T"e7'.I.y.b.; 4s cb.lI1flf.onto '!-tlnhem'serv'le&g; &fI1! ltoiidegw tile!:,,Lto;, The 'tCit.bfor'the''") *
Qthe t1' av bHrf tricts ,
WwM Into
prick their'ear < which' the' < '
up oUi.try'f projbct ill inl>aetJin1"lr4'
formed at the1rtart: tkeifr UinComecj+ ) Key'Vest. f' ., specific al-
: ,. .t''N...,, /\-'rr! salt
closer to the- frout of'.the' Chant! J.official; duven..tluring: the!foIp e Wit agent of the society 6n the?I'I'i tdireetor''of' the 'gallery.Persons; has'beerf divided'>for'Rd'J'-inj' P t Alt El i Fisher, 'iwho p'laj'ed'' the; ..\ekil tAk'hearr'turfe'bath.'rl'''. hld J S-l! "i|'loYfne'nt."to,
>> 'bL
there i i 'made for
session :i j Florida Keys wanting'to see! exhibit Ii ;i'psrt"ot'the"tergeaut'of'pollcd' iu .. at'id'"l'yi'peen1fted'wilI'a.' '. curveys -
her and littelr'attentively-wkewve*,-'Methods practiced"for yeersste, I f"I1 Writing:.fro t '.headlf111'rterir"of now< < "' hay*'' I i photoral'hie' : f hrtt'lart February ia tb'he'tlirec-
** keep constituents n 'a good
The artistic
mention i i. made of their "baby. 1 'the association!! at1775' Broadway, : reproductions works I "Italy.The.
mor and thus assure the member' '1 program, accor :-ing tor of the flew unit. He has hadi I ;i tcmplated by the govern.
his of Key West housswhich ear they will use d ri i"J'!
1 N. Y., Mr. Allen extends appreciation with ''
experience the Harvard Dra- .
Rarely do they permit inch opportunities return to Washington from elec- 'I
of the interest displayed to an announcement made their tour rf European countries authorities.
in the exhibit i :
'lion to election have had to be are present i malic Club with the Pittsburgh
to pat without havingaometkinf by this newspaper and con- to be taken down this weekend Civic Playhouse and member carries a Key Weal.own-
discarded ', are : today by Harry Hopkins ;; as a er'. tag which) will "interntton .. : The advicea received state

to say ... way or the| The Townsends. the Coughlins. tinues: ,:' it was also announced. The '. of the faculty of Carnegie Inati- _lly advertise. Key W.'t." I that_ _the
: "As Navy Department
an orgaanization incorporated works .
i! and the public utility people get progress administrator lute.'>.. ,
photographs were taken by Donald TIre letter indicate Mr. Warner
otker. i j I most of the blame.There's !' for the protection of birds and: I| During the summer the drama has filed with the Works Allotment .
.' Senator Sheppard of mammals we have been much concerned Corley architect, before he left .group will be organized and mem- and Mi. faster will return *

Let the subject! of war debts e Texas for example who hold the I by the needless slaughterof ',, Key West and have been mou'ntedand The district, of which Key bers will ttudy acting. Within ,' to 1.Key West about. October Botrd a request for

come up for example, and immediately ', record for having served longer certain outstandingly interesting ; framed. two months after the Players are : allocation of the following

(iin congress than any other. :'. species resident on the Florida, Water color paintings will replace West is headquarters com- organized.. Director Fisher hopes to "'''II.I'I.srI
for the West Naval
the sonorous voice of the It has been his proud boast that Keys. : the pictures being removed. :. be ready to produce a group of Key
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a I 1 "We have interested prises all of Monroe county.
been particularly
one-act Full Station
sartorially-elegant Jim Ham Lewis 1 from the beginning no request or plays. length plays :
t i communication of any kind has In the status of the great All' applications for works will be given beginning in the fall, COMMENCEMENTEXERCISES t Foundation
PRESIDING ELDER and Subsurface
vf lilinois i is heard.* I I been- permitted to go unnoticed in white heron and the whitecrowned it is planned. I( -

I' his office He has been able to pigeon as well as other species.. allotments in the county will In addition to the usual dramatic WILL surveys, $6,000.Improvement .
If the subject of cotton is i i I win elections in the past without i: "We appreciate what yon have: ON VISIT HEREDr. productions in Engli..h. Mr. waterfront
done in advertising the efforts of, have to go through the Key Fisher also
brought up it won't be long before no much as making, a speech because hopes to present a nun'her
; of this. This session however .I II 1 I Mr. Gomez and trust you will continue We.st office. All work in Spanish by winter. Although START SUNDAY ctructures, $51,000.Improvcment .
the this voice of Smith of South hei! has! been forced to throw I to support these activities in : projects not yet definitely worked out, he
I I j'j'i C. K. Vlict. who i U in the buildings,
the future. also hone to for the
will be
i up his hands in despair. j in the county arrange
Carolina is heard appealing for I I city on his third official visit to .' $22,500.
I Ca.'t Use the Record j j jt I I the Methodist churches, arrived the production of some plays by negroes REV. SHULER PEELE OF FLEM
recognition from the char. "Cot directly supervised by : .. playing: one .night to white
Improvement railroad'track I
Senator Ashurst of Arizona
1 t> ] GRANADA over the highway:; Friday night accompanied aodences. and the other to colored I ING STREET METHODISTCHURC..TO

ton jEd.** ,his colleagues call him. ,'! who has beery in the senate since by Mrs. Vliet. lie held district. works!,_ progress. ; man. cadirnc/. _, ;,.t-.. ,. .. i i iI f fI 5rf ; tattti'MVl 4,000.
,. hfe -staU .was admi.tUd to .the]] '- !Ire conference''af rirfet - ------- -4 0 Pi< BACCALAUREATE
A' eiarterly
Mj*- ******' '*'-** V *rand I(I A of lectures th': -,
Ji e 13 proud of the sobriquet.The j 1 t Union: goes Sheppard one better.,' ARRIVES IN PORT Methodist Church Friday night ager at Key West. I drama i course also will be given f>by n the ;I SenAtor'Trammel.1 states

He says! that since; he started in I II I j l I He will preach at Fleming Street The Key West office will SERMON
same is true of GIsss of Vir- __ director He did considerable thAt he will make every possible -
public life "I have always ,
answered Methodist Churchc Sunday morning I
!I work this line while
ginia when anything pertaining: to ': personally, every letter I !. HENRY R. MALLORY COMES IN' at 11 o'clock and hold the be charged with "assuringthat with along Carnegie Tech. Playwriting connected 'I effort to obtain early
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t banking is discussed of have received. That is no longer j: conference for that P.er. Shuler Peele of the Fleming :
t being ; FROM GALVESTON ON i i quarterly as many persons employed may at}"o be taught: a",. he ha ,. I allocatirn of the funds as
\Vagner( New York when labor,, possible. |Ii I ::1 I church Monday evening at 8o'd the works taught Oil subject before.In Street :Methodist Church! will!
1r on reccmmended
Ashurst endeavored to persuade ; by the depart-
!!i WAY TO NEW YORK I I I ('ck. '
legislation is up; of Borah of Idaho I addition tn .tidying acting: preaeh the baccalaureate rermon
; the senate to let him have the,i lJr. Vliet will hold the conference projects as is feasible are I I mcnt.i .
and participating: in the productionof to the graduates of 1935 of KeyNest
when relations
foreign to
: are ,: telegrams and letters printed in; ;: at I ey Memorial Sunday afternoon -
the foie. i iNorria' : the Congressional Record "that my I i t at 230. and preach thereat persons previously receiving plays those! joinnii the 9"- High Schcool in! the school 1 !i In addition to the above
Steamship Granada, of the (1 will have an opportunity to get
TVA ;I t people may at** least! know I re-! Standard Fruit and neamship 8 p. m. Sunday. .: relief." ,r[ experience! in other phases of thei auditorium tomorrow afternoon at:[ items of improvements oulI -

Perhaps the most outstanding ceived them but was turned arrived in at 5 --- i theater including the creation of 4 o'clock. ,I
: down. I Company port I I I ; I I I 'lined, it is expected that other -
proud and jealous parent of them ,I I I : o'clock yesterday afternoon : stage nets handling properties This begins the series of events
all. however, is George Norris of, Some idea Volume to Huge the volume ofI, berthed at the Porter Dock, took PLANS FOR ENTERTAINMENT hosirp management end similar; rrhednled for tile twenty-eighth ; recommendations will bsI
as on 32,884 gallons of fuel oil ,. ctivifies.A '. 'I made in the future
Nebraska. None is more willing these communications that were''I commencement of Key Wert High near as

to talk of or more ready to fight : dumped on Capitol Hill may be,; at 8.COO 10 o'clock galons for of Frontera water, and'Mexico.sailed I! OF HOUSE NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE not workshop yet been for the!reter' organizationhas *.d, but a-. School. pertains to the Key West

for his "baby" than the white-1. had in the estimate of telegraph close to 100.000 ---
haired veteran senator from companies that : the CI)de-Mallory Lines, arrivedat i persons interested in Little afternoon is us follows:: I
1 Krbraxkaa.! i i telegrams went to senators and 8:10 o'clock last night: from' Arrangements were completedlast [ meritt superintendent of the Theater work will be raked to take Processional.-March from ite has been announced as
Ilia "baby" is the Tenness.eeValley representatives before the while senate.the bonus bill I I I l i Galvecton., The shin brought 56 i'I night for entertaining members district. part in the organization: : of the "Athalia**.... Mendelssohn 1! yet in this respect.

Authority (TVA). I I, was By actual count one senator passengers from Galve?ion arid of the (House Naval Affairs The party will embark on the Key West Players. Hymn-Come Thou Almighty King

named Norris for has him a in dam the and TVA a town proj-I' other received received 2.200 in in two one days.Sundaypiqrpine's An-|:,I! took While on 10 freight at Key-fA West.j wing unloaded :''! Committee House of Representatives of the Congressional when o'clock.Ivy Monday After morning a short excursion at 8:30 PLACJNG\ : LOVING ,: j I ICUPON '' '"" Inv Congregating ition Dr. Standing: i HOBSON FUNERAL

CK ii
get As father of the idea of de-'i mail C.OOO,letter on the ;: Jttfl! paFsengerJjfJfn. jflv{ ytontoVVrfdes :i I '' ,; -.' '
eloping the ilsod/rederthe Tennessee -,i !I i { o'diflerent pats of the;,il( eAh rriv4,1'; :. plane tomorrow the Yelt'.M wilt gi"td"and"Ke'where I'r'raase: "God the Father'..gpunolf
'! subject: of the holding, "company : titfand"viited; ;j night aflernxmn. The congressmen areiinheduld' t.het "'t'IMMora'taJrp to';' : DISPLAY 1! THIS AFTERNOON
n llyJi..1 rotrardifit: as tlJe. '" "' V! \vetIUrWhe I twit, "MrU Scboet Glee GlobI .
rmailfri! f'nffqr ttfflinc. : I -
fjtni.! t
bill.One' 4 { 'J'lieyl: uer., ; : .
outstanding of his : remain' here until "" .
; 'tnclfifW.t sehatnr reported that : ; '&ripture.IR\oIl4Jl"st" -
The tender will. I, attend to :
the from 'uoy"wt'rk
long career in congress and i is endeavoring -|I kmsame ci1on shore after trip ,'M lat'I.tni\ g. | :
most UliUwn, letters he received ITI in thllt''vieinity while! thefinking I ; by 'Rey:"AfrH .ijt1! l h'*VrltV. ;
i Galveston and boarded the vessel't FLOWER PEL'A"f1V (:ARRIVE LAST
of the to pcqject.in have the vvuetlifrom'capitalization -''' t1Ir ) dig: ICPnwany bat arced. the v ;. WUt+ 4 nfiiutes'befort'I"t.t'Uil\; : .... kongre4inen.ll ;; ,,\V. J. Sear and t .: i"' iTtt-'r.iy..ft; : eopia'; ..RQWON, SHOW, FORKALliY"1' .''Green.....Cathedth ateus'.jF.r?!_.? .lIalimSeru.on"Victory" : .
lan2'\lngr'lr-dlll 0.-, at Kt/oltJack ithis'lhorning. i.J,., Maik WUcox; Florida repre- later *o' Sand Key.'Vhere the vis- ? "' : "It .. I NIGHT TO ATTEND' RITES
vie I ; ; .C1 ..
J50.000.000 to $100.000,000 and "" rule. he told "T' .,II .. t
An. as a ,1- RECEIVED '"I. IOn
"They "I'
are "
i .< utatives atlarge and from the i'orsiJ1 beard' the chip' and\ return : : !
the powrntotfMhe' authority ex-':, the .renett't'twtittPn on the stOmp This isthe.last:-of the passenger f ,- : AT LOCAL CHURCH
r fourth district respectively will to Key West i
mailing of vessels of the line under :
panded.He enro'intered. filibu -t
a one-man and the Mme.Butty' construction of these sailings were scheduledon Following the group' arrival Mayor William H. Malone and molly received the beautiful silver Street Methodrt Church
!ter in tie senate in the "
personof I: of language appears. alternate weeks i tomorrow afternoon, the congrreinen Dr. William R. Warren will apeak loving cnn first place sward Hymn-Faith o; Our Father !| MM. Samuel 1 G. Jhoapson. of
Austin of Vermont republican -
) 'when He first attempted to Ferry Palma. of the F. F. C.: will make an inspection for local citizens. It was not in the International Tropical Flower CongregationBenediction i! Tampa, arrived over the highway

have the matter considered. The ; PINEAPPLESlREj Car Ferry Company arrived from ;I 1 of the Naval Station in Key Wes. known today who from the visjt- Show, held in Miami early in t. (' wt evening, accompanied by her

stocky dignified and erudite Vermonter Cuba yesterday! afternoon with 19 and later will enjoy 'a Spanishdinner in + group would l speak. i Mrrch. : recession of Gradc te> !! n t'ee', Mrs Henry L. Roberts. Mar
of pineapples. 10,601 crates.' at the Habana-Madrid J Members of the local committee The cup is being placed in the "War March of the PiesUMendelssohn**....
harsh had things some to rather about pointedand the,j COMING IN DAILY and four cars with fruit in bulk., Club. A sight-seeing trip probably -, making arrangement? for entertaining Key West Art Gallery where it' ....._...._.... .... Roberts' con, Henry L. Robert.

administration of TVA nay during, the j one car of sugar: one of cylinders' >> will be made tomorow some the viiiUivr congressmen wi'l be. on permanent di-play. ] High School OrchestraThe |' jr.. and Mr*. Marie White. mater

course of his long sJteec."h.Ea'h and one empty car, 150 sacks of, time.The are: William R. Porter chairman -:. Local person gathered in theoffice : graduating clear of 1935 in of Melvin Russell .u ef'1fttend.'

of Austin's thrusts at TVA SHIPMENTS SENT OUT FROM I: mail and two passengers. representatives will be : Sebastian Cabrera W. De- of M. E. Gilfond. Key W t'Admini1trat.r. as follows: !!1 eat of public: instruction of Monroe -

at I I taken on a fishing trip )Monday meritt, Dr. II. C. Galey. M. F. to receive the gold Ruby Atbury Woodrow Wilson!
if he had made I
was a pass
as >> county.
HERE IN EIGHTY. morning! aboard the tender Ivy", I Gilfond. Lieut William H. Jack.. lined cup which had been rent to Albory. Josephine del Carmen Air
Norris himself. i SPONGE SALES : him. In the group were Mrs. Wil- : ;! They came to attend the funeral
I flagship of the Seventh Lighthouse Mayor Malone, Robert SpotU- (; fon1" Minnie Erma Allen. Frank
I Reply Bitter !| ONE CARS 'Ison ', liatn Malone. president of the Key ,: .
district! through arrangements iwood. Norberg Thompson and Dr.: 'Rafael Alvarez. Joseph Glenwood cervices f Mrs. Mary Cove Hob

The Nehraskan. despite his almost -ii i! I DURING WEEK made with William W. De- I Warren. :i West Garden Club and l Mayor Malone ,Anderson Justine C. Arlt. Leona:ron,. sbUr of Mrs. Thompaon, who
74 Yt'ars. still is one of the I I both of whom were in Miami
the i| There were 81 carloads of pineapples I l Bethel, Ygnacio! IX CarbonelL: died April 25 in Galveston Texas.'rhe .
in f
most relentless Tighter j during! the flower how; Mr Leadefina Ana Contrerav Hilda
le"a tea I I shipped out of Key West 000..000..0000..s.......... R. Warren vice president of Elizabeth Demeritt.Margaret : body arrived on the steamship

his reply to Austin was one, of during yesterday and today. Of[NEARLY FIFTEEN HUNDREDDOLLARS' the club; Administrator Gilfond I I I Mary Falcon. Clarepce I\\Henry R. Mallory last night and

the bitterest the senate has beard this 1 number 77 cars contained in SPRING.: FLANDERS J. Gerry Curtis director of work I/ester Gates.: Henry H. 1li1!:/'. O"o,.itas {.laced) in Ihe church at 2
In are' actr -t fruit In crates and four cars I WORTH DISPOSED operations in the Key West Ad
a long time. Senator ... ... ........a..sa..e..asa............ Dolores Kemp.,Frank. Land.'Celia, o'clock this afUritoon.
omed to seeing Huey Long belk.Arriving I! i ministration Ralph Gunn. landscape Keff.
OF HERE Martinez Edward RccWph '
dressed down from time to- time I' Thursday from Ha-f The,Spring that comes'to Flanders i I architect and Avery John-' jr. John B. Pierce Edna Isabel! ) Funeral services are to be heldat

but Norm handling of Austin was"'vana were 22 carloads which were i I Comes down on silver .feet .' i I ron, rtit. The last two designedthe Roberts. Marjo-ie Roberts. Robert 5 o'clock: this afternoon from
to refrigerator
something else entirely. transferred : exhibit which was praised sol Allan Robinson the First Methodist Church with
lie attempted to show that Au -I cars and shipped 'yesterday. Yes-I I 1 During,the week ending yesterday Bringing poppy blossoms; \l highly in Miami._ i iHABANAMADRID : F. Roberts. Alberto! William Rodriguez. Mary Angela Il Summer officiat-

tins opposition to TVA could be i I teday 19 cars of fruit in crates|I sponge sale at the municipal And rains that are cool and sweet. __ .... Rom ro. Merrflle Elmore Rev. George
arrived, were transferred into 35 i dock were scattering and the of-t .
traced legal .
back to the latter' Joqm.jr.. Helen Edith BasxcO. ,
.1 few I !
and this ferings not lareOnly a
shipped CLUB
connection with public utiliy court -i 1 morning.refrigerator cars :: lots of appreciable size and quality t And when Spring comes to Flanders j+I i I Charles Earl Smith. IL, Curtis Expert Duco Paint Job
panies. And when Austin arose. j 1I TonightWELCOME Stanton. jr. Grace Ottile
race flushed and shouting, "insult", All of the cars containing fruit being placed for bids. I Poppy petals are rubyred- i I : H. Dolores Valdez. $15.00 to $30.00

Norris bore in all the harder. { in crate were sent out to points' Monday sales totaled $765:;,J For,poppies that bloom in Flanders .i FOR VISITING DANCE MASONS Thompson.Marguerite Mary Savina Valenzuela Synthetic Enamel Jobs

tr r It' been some time since Nor,; in the states for distribution. Cars i Thursday.. $485 and yesterday,1 Bloom.only for the dead. Music: By Shirley Velasco. Anna Whitmarsh -, $10.00 to $20.00
ri* has treated the senate to such : with fruit in bulk were sent in i I $234. making a total for tbek -MARIE CAPPICK. Habaaa-Madrid Orchestra !\,i Albert Wiggin. Beulah Lee I
an outburst But then it's been along i{ bond to factories in Canada. Total -'of I 1484. While wool sponges : I Edward Thomas Wood-I' Ackermaa Service Station
.' L.di.! FrMJ; Williams.
i there also ev.j Key, west, F1L.: = I Script SOc ;
to were
time since anyone attacked [ ehipments for the season 1 predominated i..' "' 'I I' son, Evelyn Kites. FJa_ S22 WTtiU at CatJaeria.
his "baby." I date number 942 can. { eral lots of yellow and grass. ?lay H. W35. c--- .
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I Jbc ttcsi UNUSUAL FACTS .REVEALEDuritkatuunbtrof" [ TODAY'S WEATHER 1 TTemperatures' ;HOWDY\ KEY \WEST!

l+abil CITIZEN.bnd rCBklMUNa Kxeapt Sunday CX-ByTUK Pc. The "Forgotten Man" is not new to I i _____

L P. ARTMAX.: rrcvla-CBt. this country or any other, but perhaps not j. ; WEATHER CONDITIONS t t| By' RED KERCEeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeee
from The Cltlsea building Li1itF' i ..
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in thousand knows his true
one person a j I ._ ,
Corner Qr *n and Ana Street i t
identity. Fewer still sense his worth as to i I.I I McT q, ccu h is tg: ; ................ --:..==.._ Pressure over the continues Rocky Mountain moderatelylow and :1:| John Taxpayer .sigh in dire
v-nlj Dally' Newspaper la Key' W.., and Monroe hsaduiu# .: .._86!1 grief;
County. the state as a thrifty citizen. Fifty years J 4f q 1'1iif ; ............. .....801 J Plateau Phoenix.regions Aria?,and and Eastport.far Northeast Me.( .]I To lief.him there never comes re-

.Altered at Key' West. Florida, at second law matter ago William Graham! Sumner immortalized Rainfall' 29.84! inches, while the northern i
FIFTT-9IXTH TEAR him in a lecture which he repeated Indlati fntndf Yesterday's Precipitation 0 In!!.I hi.h pressure area is crested this| A governmental agency r*-
Hewes .f ta. ........... .-- ar t& R Brw.aid Normal Precipitation .., .11 Ins! morninng over the middle Mississippi ( -!'i fused a $150.000.000 appropriation -
.L, Aaaociated Preaa la exclnaUelr entitled to a eel many times, saying: Btfrtwn tfylfUU' .TIoI. rrcerd cetera 2-1-r ...,....I Valley St. Louis. Mo., and!' "because it was too much!
of all D.... diapatetM credited tIt e Little Rock. Ark., 30.22 inches!!,
>r or repahllcatlOD aol .tlrwl_ erdlt4 In thia paper a..d aJaIn "Now who is the Forgotten :Man? He. i redie;: at III .nI.cl lbl.s.ra.a. ; and the money." Now and there vre fear
; overspreads most of country
local nine published berth Tomorrow' AlmanacSun : a
that mebodyll uncover government
Is the simple, honest laborer, ready to earn 1 from the Plains States east real
rises 5:38 a. m ward. continued position headed by a
Showers have
iAl EDITORIAL his work. We .... m.l: .
living by productive pass him 1 Sun seta .p. from Virginia i southward into center Democrat.In
1ir.NATl ASSOCIATION, ..... ..._. :
Moon rises 1:19! a. m. --
.m. ,
because he is self of Florida the heaviest rainfall -;
1935SDBSCRirTION by independent, -up-
s ........... .
4; I Moon sets .mm. 1:42 p. m.Tomorrow' J Ji being: 1.02 inches at Charles! Chicago stands! the statue! of
HATES : porting and asks no favors. He does not i Tides ton. S. C. There have also been I a plumber. We see nothing wong

>eta a.)Taar&(\nlb.. .:..-.._-.._.. j11.11 Ce appeal to the emotions or excite the senti- ; ; A.M. P.M. widely sccattered rainns and thun-1;' tn that. Others who drain the U.
three Month ___.. derstorms in the Plains States and S. Treasury: get plenty of publi-
.. ..___.. .BI (I High m 4:30 4:45
11 lie wants make contract
> oathATeekly ments. to
+ only a Easter Rockies the amounts being{ city.
,.. .la I Low' ..................10:37 10:45Parameter :
fulfill it with sides S IOZILASd IviiUl17It1.irhl generally light. Cooler weather;
and both ,
respect on 8 a. m. today:
Ma" known"' ADVERTISING on a"pltcattonal'ECIAL RATES sGClI 14 QUlfR Sea level, 29,95.WEATHER .prevails over most of the !south j:I A scientist rays that in another
NUTll'tl: and favor on neither side. He must get his l caster district with temperatures)I; century cemeteries and hospitals

.All reading, silica, card of. tbanka. reaolutloa ..t.rperl living out of the capital of the country. y 11 1,.,nt 1rQ FORECAST 11 degrees below normal in northwestern -I,I will be scarcely' used by the travel-
rl.ltuary noileee. ete wlli bo charge for at Florida and it i is warmer
.Le rate of H cent a line. 1' lwhir ,wutri'/brqur/ I I II ing public. That is being practiced
"nHff. fur rtalnmeote kr eborcnea from which The larger the capital is, the better living aad flluy jror r 1 I II this morning throughout mot of(I i now. Most of the participant of
rercaue la lo ba derived are i centa a line. I[ (Till 8 p. m. Sunday) I this section of the country.G. .
She CllUea ta BM WBMI forum and Invites dlecvea'on he can get. Every particle of capital which automobile accidents are -tooscattered
cf public l Issura and subject of local or ...era! I Key West and Vicinity-Fair S. KENNEDY. : after a wreck.
:..t.restbut, It will aol pvbltaa anonymous commual I is wasted on the vicious, the idle, and the c \ 1f I I Official in Charge.

Mil-tie. '' shiftless is so much taken from the capital \ I' j1; : ........................ .jI. '!'I' In pioneer days natives foment
Bonus means good, but in a dead lan- 'I' 1\ \ Thi rllai rcusa I '' for their liberty. Now they buy
available to reward the independent and hr.I Today( History
Ward, Bond has /ecdaed I I : lit with relief handouts.
guage. productive laborer. his drtatnt I'I.. !i

"But we stand with out backs to the f:' tiff a. SCKM tow \ : } 1870! -SOO armed Fenians ii.vaded .-I The fact that women used cosmetics
Stop, Uncle Sam, have you left any independent: and productive laborer! all teoo<&her own at Last ItihisBlUitSeumrd I. t'lWr Canada from Vermont'.. !! in the middle-age shouldbe
thing in Key West. ? W j* MU.d of utzAu. lakrt l I quickly' returned when resisted. I, a surprise to only those who
J /' ., I". the time. .. :Weido not fnemb'er him_ be- l .1..11" 1 } } "'I' '
....- '. .... .env r f' l' aus 'he--makes no clamor 71\ ;f but Iappealto .;, ..... i; .j .. I 1917-Tornadoes kill 300 from: thought they understood women.
Slot] Machines Come.Back -Headline., .; 5fJ Kansas to Alabama.
'' .._ 'tt.. I
youVhethet"b is ndt the who
Have they been ? i man ought resident; of;Key west Jor ajraost) .. Fair ,I "' 'j Many a-man who has a barrel
away '
j to be rernemjbered first of all. I 1918-German submarines begin afterwards behind
'''jlll., II his entire life', ,died Ustas&gWAra I of fun laughs
'nI&h f "Now;'F: have said that this, jobbery KEY WEST IN"DAYS'GONEBY j freight,car near .Marathoeit Bellowing ,.i tonight! ; and Sunday. ; moderate; sinking ships off" 'Atlantic bars. ".
A credit man is a gent :who-directs j' winds. coast of U. S <:
injuries received when. northerly : : %
.. means;waste, plunder, and loss, and I defined I j rye'. BENJAMIN LOPEZ
that your order besent C. O. D. '*". it at the outset''as the system'of Making 1 leaped from a burnng'motorcar; I Florida. : Fair,tpnight and Sun 195-U. S. Supreme Court de- FUNERAL HOME
Happening Here Just 10 Years;1 OB which! he was riding front Mara .day. dares income taxes: made be made
a chance to extort part of his product Ago Today' A. Take From thon to Grassy Key. The gas line I Jacksonville to Florida Straits_ : public. EttaalitkoJ 49 Year
Lawrence of Arabia hated women; hew from somebody else. Now comes the ques- The Filet Of The Citixea l on the motor car broke and the Moderate\ notrherly winds and fair I. Key W..,'. Oldest
s obsessed with "horror feminae.. i! car caught fire. Mr. Sands and a I weather tonight and Sunday. 1934-Turkey decides aliens Z4-Hoar Ambalaace 3errlLicence1 ..
tion Who for it all? The of ii
: pays system East Gulf Moderate within i EaabalaMrPae
i and
negro who was riding with him I : north cannot ply any profession
plundering each other soon destroys all J. Frank Roberta, chairman of j i jumped. The negro jumped first northeast! wind. her borders. !I. .e 138 Ni.at 0MWjjoirt

If anyone asks us now if we can sparea that it deals with. It produces nothing. the pabliicity committee in charge' and escaped with minor injuries. I __ -- -- -- -- ,- ---- ,
-- -- -- ---- ----- --- -
dime, we will become suspicious imme- of matters in conection wiith theprupos.d Several other negroes who were on .
Wealth comes only from production and ,
Ceremonial to be C
diately. Shrine the car remained to subdue the
all that the wrangling grabbers, loafers staged in Key West on July 4 byj i fire and 1 escaped injury.

and jobbers get to deal with comes fromsomebody's Mahi Temple 01 Miami, and other I I BOfjrdwinlleciI 1
Correct this sentence: "He quit members of the local organization| Editorial comment: By industry be
toil and sacrifice. Who, then,
drinking five years ago and now has all are lining up members for the big and thrift any able bodied citizen
is he who provides it all? Go and find him event. There will 1 be about 500 I may accumulate almost! S.R nrdch I
the he saved thereby. ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
money and you will have once more before you members in the different groups ,. as the average street beggar

the Forgotten Man. whirh will include the famous i i 1 I 'To IU the original Etavu 100% Pan Paint
Band and Chanters. Arpettacular June 12. willl) be observed -I
Pessimists might improve their out Shrine I Flag Day. Be sure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
"The Forgotten Man is weighted down drill is to hie staged: at. by the Patriotic Order' Sons ntBTrAOIT
look by reading about what'went on in the I look. Cor Da. 100% Pare Paint bee mea been IIADI
'1' ........
with the cost and burden of the schemes Ilay view Park and the evolutions lof America in Key West.! Committees -,I e .. imiaud.but t never duplicated. ..___'
world some hundreds of years ago. will be executed by practicallythe are now preparing a programof this Label .
I '
for making everybody happy, with the cost DaYia 100% Par Paint conform with g :
of public beneficence, with the support of entire membership from Mumi.1 I entertainment which will be all par paint Law ant i* the onpaint ::.=.--
It is expected: the initiation ceremonies published later. JfeSpuBS that artier a funntc of parity.faok ===
If Louisiana doesn't get a cut of that .
all the'loafers, with the losses from all the will occupy the! better .uart -
relief pie we wouldn't be surprised if the Economic Quackery, with the cost of all the of.two days and the viOitors'wiU i Dr. Jos.hV. Porter, Sr..and PAINT i for this Guarantee the Label

Kingfish made Senate speech about, i it. jobs. Let us remember him a little while. be in.the city for about three day!!.granddaughter J i Mrs Minnie Porter I ....,.____.._. & -..........._. _.....-. ..__. '.
ll'anrU returned from St! .._ .... ,
'I I I Suday .a .. .re Ir w ia a..b.e.. and *aU (troeih Dtalm I"
Let us take some of the burdens off him. Key West's quota of .1,200: for II!I i: Petersburg where they attended a, F..AUld'
It is declared that every dining car Let us turn our pity on him instead of on the National American Legion convention of the Florida Medical J

meal is served at a loss. Which may be I the Good-for-Nothing. It will be only jus- Endowment Fund will be raisedin 'Fociety. A pzper prepared Backward by Dr. C. ROBERTS Corner Carole and William Streets( J
a single! day is the belief of II. Porter entitled Looking
some comfort to those who pay the checks. ] tice to him and Society will greatly gain I A. Gibson!! commander of Arthur Over 1 BO> Years of Florida Health ,
by; it. Sawyer Poet 28, and Ira J. Moon ': Work" was considered such a -' -- -' -

Before the advent of the radio we "If you do anything for the Forgotten who will captain the two teams in valuable contribution to the convention ''I..Il7.1'I.I'.I'1:
the drive for funds. The $5.300 to it will be added to the archives .. .............
didn't have to listen to a lot of advertising Man\ must him his earnings and I I I .eeeee.ee.eee.......ee.e..e.eeee.seee.e.ee..e.
you secure be raised in Key West is part of of the Florida MedicalI
ballyhoo along with our "recordings." savings: You must legislate for the secur- the $5,000,000 national: fund which i I Society f
ity of capital and for its free employment.You will be used to expedite the treatment __
According to a scientist, 'man in- of disabled Eoldiers! for the!!.!1 The public school of Monroe SPECIAL SALE
must oppose; paper money wildcat care of soldiers' orphans and their i'i County will close Friday May 29 I I I
herited the telephone habit from the apes. banking, and other Economic Fallacies. education and for other worthy I I I for the present term. The same

Perhaps they originated the "grapevine"runor. ? You must maintain the inviolability of con- purposes. The teams are now at,i I evening the graduation exercises I --- ONMOUNTNON---
work. With Mr. Gibson are H. E.i k I will be held. The high school de-
tracts. Drew, G. E. White, Warren Drew,.Apartment of the Convent of Mary
Lee Pierce and W. D. Burr. With'Immaculate 1 will close on June 12 I b
One of the charges against McCreary, SCHOOLS OUT Mr. Moon are Geo-re; Lucas.! Leroy ;, while the grammar school students- : IVO ?
Faulkner and P. B. :will continue their studies until
Miami police official is that he refused to Voffht Roy
Robert! I I June 18.The .
raid gambling places after their existencehad Vacation is near for hundreds of I __ .

been pointed out to him-as if hedidn't school children, college students, and The Mallory Steamship San I death rate of tuberculosis!
Jacinto ran aground last night! 11 .has been reduced about JVO per
know in the first place. I .
teachers. After strenuous session .of
a "
trnt .
edgeof 'fIime1920 in Birmingham.Ala.
o'clock,on a sand bar at the : .
hAn '
work..pJJittlet periojd of rest and recuperation the -channel entrance to the .
nvertgl Q&iOO.Mat! 4,! f ach day deserved and appreciated 'b'f'aU- '.. liarbor.} The, Wrecking :Tug War- ., ,

through autorapbile accidents is i 'reportedby that i in/(/ I blefwas called to assistance of the d : :, :
i It's 'd''i>ity everywhere -life's'wojrk f ship. bich,. floated at 2 o'clockin : KEY WESTu, '.. 1\1.\ .
% was -'
keepers ''of Itta./:at7j} a g. :"Defective ; vacations. c9 ldn't be arranged.-most -'the.>,morning> The steamer was COLONIAL HOTEL it :. '",- ',a.. ., .

automobiles seldom]() are the cause of diiaster -of .them: like,the l ieacfiers with twelve!t from Galveston with passengers! If : "I. -.. '.
fright bound to Key West': and' In the Center of the Business ; Ji>.'
; in most "cases the drivers are at months' pay-Many; mer and women grind .. ,
fault. from start to"'finish of an{ earthly career New. Tork. i i. and Theater District I, i

and only stop at the final heartbeat. Fire in a smalll tenement house Fist! CU _FireproofSeaiiMe I '

In the allocation of funds from the Sooner or later in the progress of the near the Key West gas plant was Rates : .
discovered ,about midnight. The
$4000.000000 work relief, Eastport, world more leisure will be available for the chemical: engine responded to an I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI

Maine, alone receives the tidy sum of $36- working men and women in every phase alarm! from Box 324. and quickly II' I E

284,000, besides all the other substantial of life. What will be done with the..spare subdued the flames. Carafe Elevator
awards the state of Maine will receive. As I time? Are we teaching ourselves to enjoy I Moses Sands who has been a J Popular Price .

goes Maine, so goes the nation. leisure in a healthful and helpful way? I I. __-"_ isi
In the meantime, here's luck and'good (tenjoym.ent # -

The LaFollette brothers of Wisconsinare I' to those fortunate enough to i

being appeased with a $100,000,000 have a period of relaxation and recupera- ] Your VacationIf

work program, and Rexford Tugwell, who I tion. May the summer vacation be enjoyed i

has the.entire resettlement and rehabilitation -I and may the next year's work be better 1 II you are going to summer school, or plan- GI

of the United States-to look after, receive than ever before. ning a motor trip, or any journey, you will feel :
<* "%amofntIf1hists not i I=- and at if the tR t
nly" safer more ease you are sure that is

political it i i.* at least politic. ... MORE SELF-DEFENSE I funds you carry are protected., J et us assist you i I J

t.: ,: ... I ; in procuring this, protection by converting your r. : 1116Piecet$1 :

Failure of the.senate-to'wbmit a.cbn-I FItaly, it appears, is about to follow the travel funds intoAME'RICAN-- : :

ftitutiona! amendment abolishing I Japanese example and vage a desperate: EXPRESS TRAVELERS \ : (

system, after more than one ,senator; confessed war of "self-defense"] against Abyssinia. I Ii : : ;
fear of political vengeance by county Mussolini warns Europe that it has ; CHEQUESIF

fee officers, "destroyed our last vestigeof nothing to do with the affair between the ;, THESE cheeks are lost or stolen (un- .oo

hope that something constructive might two nations and both sides get ready for countersigned), the amount involved fa! refundedto : .

come out of the assembly," the Bradenton the fighting, which observers-expect will you. In spending them all that is necessary is

Herald asserts. Senator Gomez of Key begin in the next few months. j for you to sign them second: time in the presenceof i i

West has been most widely quoted as being ,. We confess much ignorance about the j the one accepting them. South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co. .

if. trouble between these However, it .
afraid of the political\ consequences powers. ---FOR SALE BY--
he opposed the wishes of county officeholders seems to us that large and powerful t : P iz
but by their votes nearly two- tions must treat smaller and weaker na-I The First National Bank ofKey: West. I i.. "Your. home is worthy. of the best"1'XGE .:

thirds of his colleagues indicated they tions with fairness and equity if they .......................................................................

shared the. same fear.-Miami Daily News., to promote world peace. :I"4" 4T'

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Some days are well balancedand
MlfiOffllt A f.... nadnt thought of that I
ad this is them.
An one of It carriesa
asvoTIir frowt fatkr 1
Ato.a 11.0 aawrryta.1. ,And with a smile."Ton know e MEMORIAL M. E. FLEMING STREET METHODIST: kind and noble disposition'
.f a Aaaaa b CA. .otr"" are truly a comforting person!* CHURCH. SOUTH CHURCHCor. I ; magnetic
set tkare. sad AU.o i and fanciful with considerable .
to refs r..OP.rrton An*tram nra e.I.wevt. 1'ob-! it Cor. Georgia and-Division Sts. I talent. It Is a day that usually -
I do you do then! She waa Fleming and William Street
... leads
Aentbta prr Aor.ovar. ; Rev W. J. up to positions of trust
An" ...reA tA. AOVaa. to know; she could not Quite Martin Pastor Shnler Peele Pastor I and the
aotMp. An.U.h fC him. But Jie did not seem to ., Church school at 9:45: ,a. m., Church school meets at 9:45 native of today will rise
.that,...,Aae.. tats fstk.r OtIC". about a "t.. and before she could repeat the with Ed. R. Curry superinten I a. m. William N. Knowles, sup' by.his or her own meris perhaps

anyway, he said: "By the way. It GIANTS VICTORS [ LEAGUE STANDINGS THREE eat erintendent. The Wesley Fellow! to considerable eminence
be a sound Idea to tell me your I' GAMES OF Morning worship at 11 o'clock. ship Bible Class meets in the pas i the morning. -- -------

Chapter Six ." t Sermon subject: "The Magnetic I tor's study. The pastor is the! Y. P. M. V. S. meeting 5-JO

DOUBTBUT .'.Alison Rede. OVER CHICAGO IN I AMERICAN LEAGUE: DIAMONDBALL AT Power of the GospeL" teacher. o'clock p. m.

GU7Weaturn.T1tere Club= w. 1., Pct.: Junior Epworth League meets Morning worship at 11 o'clock.I Prayer meeting
aD the doors a pause between the two words rChicago' _. .- 1 8 10' _643I at 4:00: p. m. Mrs. V. A. Archer Sermon every Wednes
Dr. day
SHUTOUT CONTEST by C. K. VlJet night at 7:30
he had hesitated to tell her and I PARKYESTERDAYADMINISTRATION pre p. m.
Alison tali. looked at. him with sudden curt-* Cleveland! .16 11 .593: in charge. siding elder.Intermediate. i

\ "Tree. replied the f I New York .._ ..._ -x.17.13 .561 Intermediate Epworth League Epworth League I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
.. 'rA bate left 1 meets at 5:00 p. m. Mrs. S. J. I
IT the
.f" a&y you live down here?" Boston ie meets! at 3:30 p. m. Miss Venda.
whfla down BROOKLYN DODGERS COME 13 .552 Pierce in charge. 327 Elizaheth
dow Street
we were !" line Watkins superintendent.
lar' only wondered. explained Alt- I. OUT VICTORIOUS IN GAME Detroit -, T ,_._16. U .533. Young People's .Departmentmeets Young People's League meetsat I, Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.

Alison smiled. "whether I could telephone from I Washington _15 14 .517: PARK BOYS; CUBAN CLUB at 7:00 p. ra. Miss Norma 7 p. m. Mills :Mary Felton, Sunday morning service at 11

Ton know, you're an house." j WITH CARCINALS; PIRATES Philadelphia __..._ 8 18 .308 DEFEATS BEACONS Yates president. president! I o'clock.

early comforting person) I haven'l one rm only staying! St. Louis __'_.h 6 19 .240, ; OTHER Evening worship service at 8:00 Evening: worship service at 8 60 Wednesday evening rervice at
Goodt! Then left at Warley. He spoke an-, 1 BRAVES GAME WINDS UP IN ROW o'clockDr.. C. K. Vliet, presid- o'clock. This will be a special' 8 o'clock.Reading.

tie Herbert' cone. What as thonsL he was puzzling NATIONAL LEAGUE t ing elder of the Miami district service for a'number of the patriotic room in Society build

tug ourselves some a problem.' I Club- W. L. PcL will preach at this service. and fraternal orders. Paster's ing open Tuesdays and Fridays

Tli to and lee It I can ,But-" she stopped. He* (special t* The <;llce-) tNew York .._._..x.20 9 .690 I (By JOVE) Prayer and praise service each subject: "The Patriot's Memorial fro-n" 3 to 5 o'clock.

agreed Alteon. certainly said quite distinctly] NEW YORK May 23.-Tbe Brooklyn --.-_.,.19 13 .594 The Administration defeated the Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. ."

,"Come then. be had come out for a stroll but' New York Giants defeated the ,1 Chicago -__16 12 .571 Young people's choir practice Mid-week and Bible I SAINT PETERi CHURCH
on. was at least six miles away Chicago Cubs 13 to 0, with Schu- St. Louis =--17 14 .548. Bayview Park at the City Park each Thursday! at 7 p. m. Miss I prayer -
Her shaken study Wednesday at 8 m.
or*. She looked at him a pouring wet night macher pitching his team to vic, Pittsburgh ._18 17 .514 yesterday afternoon. The final Alice Jenks, pianist Choir rehearsal Wednesday p. inv (Colored)

qul 1.7Yoll needn't HAD looked at her sharply and. tory. He; pitched a four-hit game., Cincinnati _. ..._ii 16 .407 score was II to 9. The leading; Church choir practice each Friday mediately following the mid-week I Center Street Between Peo-onla
The Brooklyn Dodgers do..nedthe I Philadelphia _. 8 17 .320, at 8 p. m. Miss Catherine and Olivia
right aow.lao.nU- have guessed her ": u batters were Demeritt and Burnettfor service. Mrs.( P. B. Roberts, di
bat thought St. Louis Cards 5 to 3.;Boston __,.. ._ 8 19 .296 Knowles, church pianistCONGREGATIONAL Mass, 8 a. m.
1 know rd --- rector. I
yon are said 1 like walking In the Munns the Cards three the office boys and Barcelo II Solemn Evensong and Benediction
gave only
She gave way meekly hits in the last seven innings, and Forest fires start and burn).and Ibermea for the Park ten. CHURCH I of the Most' Blessed Sacrament
at yielding tor she miles! ,
much more easily in stands of' In CHURCH OF COD 7 p. m.
let one runner ?et pasCfirst after the field. G. Acevedo and
timber that, have been killed '.Johnson 527 William Street Church school 8 a. m.
Clark? had been nicked for four by played a good game for
x. blows and thee:ronsin the m nd. insect that eat the leaves.. and. ,&the Park ad Manucy, Deinentt i for E. Richard; Evans. Pastor:! 1106 Olivia Street Sermons at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
The bore into the'trunks.: offhtr-erew. ..Sunday school 9:45 a.'m' : Morning service at 11 o'clock Week-Day Services
I Pittsburgh Pi* ,ratieat1the' It.he I l\lomin&\Vorship at 11 o'clock. Sunday !school 330 p. m. Mass on. Tuesday and Thursday
Boston by innings: RH E. '
Eraves..1.0to 6. Weaver
!l e.ee. Sunday ..night service, 7:15 at T
e..aeeeeeee.eeeee. Sermon subject: "Christian .Influ a. m.
the mound fovthe' Bayview 005 000( 202- 9... 7. 6
I was pn winning ?
l : "r-at'a. wgslrtri ..ga' t9tgse :." team with Brandt, I PEOPLE'S S FORUM FERA .. 000 025 40x'7t1.1,4r' 6 ence." 1 o'clock. Litany and Sermon on Wednesday -
and ,serv-t. : Evangelistic service Wednesday at 7:30
Alvarez 'r J Christian ,Endeaver6:45'. m. p. m.
Batteries Puebla ant{ R// l

'x I igjr the opposing aggregation. .. ,
: ,
e' Evening1' worship. 8:00:() o'clock. 715; p. m. Confessions: After the Wednesday -
'" and J .
E. Roberts
'The shut ; Cooper.In .
Washington Senators .
I MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE Sermon subjects"Memory.". Prayer and praise service; Friday evening service
!{ out the White Sox. 10 't&0 'behind the night twa gameswere;
t : Editor 'The 7:30 p. m. Teacher meet
hNJY.: Citizen
: Wednesday evening at
plajed in the Soeialleague. In the
the fine of New-
Our midweek'service. ing. I NEWMAN M. E. CHURCH
congress has o'clock, .
corn, with Kennedy twirling for the recently ap- first game with the score 4 to 4,
Chicago outfit. t propriated thousands of millionsfor 'there was a free-for-all fight and Latin MiMioa (Colored)

The Boston Red Sox went to victory -I national defense. The Philip"pine the game was called. This was FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Services Sundays Tuesdays and I A. T. McCaskill. Pastor

over the Detroit Tigers, 8 to' Islands are to be made im-f!Jin the first of the fifth so the r CHURCHJ. Thursdays conducted bj Rev. JI. A. Moreno Recording: Steward
pregnable, the Aleutian
| Islands I game: does not count, for either Mrs. M. A. Moreno. Secretary
w 4. Grove was on the slab for the''are Charles E. Lazo.
Boston club and Crowder and to be,fortified, so is the whole team. It will be played over at C. Gekeler Pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. I Sunday school 9 JO a. m.
I Marberry acted in a like capacityfor j West.Coast. I some other time. Corner of White. sad Washington Sunday service, 11 a. m.
i Thousands of men are being recruited second the Cuban
In the game Streets i Evening worship 7 o'clock.
the Detroit aggregation. 1 for the swelling ranks of Club ten defeated the Lighthouse!\ Sunday school meets at 10 a.J THE SALVATION ARMY !1

I The St. Louis Browns triumphed the army and navy, while many" outfit by a 14 to 5 score, and the m. A. C. Elgin superintendent.t i BETHEL A. M. E.: CHURCH
x."It's over the Yankees. 6 to 3. Lefty J new ships being Captain Vernon W. Walker Officer -
I are completed or Duval Street boys again climbed The Adult Bible Class is taughtby I -
Gomez whose parents watched him,.' plans are under for their I ; 0 in Charge (Colored)
nay con J U the top rung of the ladder. The the paetor. I
pitch big league ball for the first I : 1002 Street
I struction. with Fleming Corner Division and Thomas StJ.I .
leading hitters were Alfonso, Morning worship at 11 o'clock. I
time, was the principal virtim. : Pensacola is continually receiv- :four safeties in five tries and L. Evening worship at 8 o'clock. Company meeting (Sunday I H. R. Hill pastor

taking his fifth defeat of the sea- ing huge appropriations for extension f( Garcia (Seaweed) and C. Garcia Mid-week Bible Study, Wednesday -I school), 9:45: a. m. I Sunday; school 9:30 a. a.
and improving the yard Holiness meeting 11 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m.
son.The navy with two hits in three chances For at 7:30 p. m.
Cleveland Indians downed and air bases. Key West is a"shutdown the Beacon boys. C. .Stickney Young People's Legion, 6:30p. Junior A. C. E. League meet.

I the Mackmen. 12 to 2, and won station." We have walked twice and hit safely in his FIRST METHODIST CHURCH m. :a.t 5:30 p. m.

the series opener. played our part in the history of I only time Evening service 8 o'clock. i Senior A. C E. League meets
The Cincinnati Reds defeatedthe the United States. Ever since up. Corner Simonton and Eaton Sts. at 6:15 p. m.
I Cerezo Stanley and
Phillies. 2 to 1. Derringer 1832 there has been a deemed necessity -'I C. HeraanIdes Geo. E. Summers, B. D., Pastor MIXED BIBLE CLASS Evening service 8 p. m.
bit well. Ia the field -
said. pitched, for the Red!'!, with Bowman of maintaining a naval base I. Church Sunday school opens at Weekly Services

mains a meek person: but know. I ...n't thinking. I-I and Bivin doing the hurling for here. The base was operating un-I(; and Martinez played Orezo a good 10:00; a. m., under leadership of Sam B. Pinder and W.. P. Monti- I Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.. Class
for the Club and C and
a note of authority la hi* farther than I meant."Catcb- the Phillies. This game was playedat der a skeleton force of men. They game: Gerald Saunders, general super ciao. Teachers Friday 1:3G p. m., choir rehearsaL .
.Rae qpt-easlly removed
girl's d
'night vnder- Mijrhts-vrith! : w** { in 1932.- I This class meets every Sunday.
the kitchen yielded one added: 1 wanted to look at There Score by innings: R, H. E. in its own assembly room. '
21.000 fans in attendance. is no comprehensive reason morning at the Harris School an-
i .1
0 14 1$ 0 ,
of stale bread which had Cuban Club CO2 114 -
following"I honse-I'm an architect. yon The summaries' : I whys base which is at a strategic Morning worship at 10:45 ditorium at 10 o'clock. Men and TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN
Died and rejected by mice Lighthouse! 200 100 2-. 511 8 '
there's some Idea of buying o'clock.
NATIONAL' LEAGUEAt i point in reaching South women not connected with any
ascot of empty gin ao-1 thought! I'd take a look Batteries: C. Garcia and Mar: at '
strong smell of cheese. Pittsburgh R. H. E.i American republics and the Panama I Epworth League other Bible Class and regardless
,I !tinez; Demeritt and F. Stickney. (Colored)
was empty and the only lantern light! !" Alison thrust Boston _, ---- 6 13 2 Canal is practically abandoned -J 7:00 p. m. Miss Vanessa! Collins. of denomniations are invited to I 717 Simonton Street

large<< hole In the bottom. Pittsburgh; _..._._ 783 and millions are spent for a I I 1..1 president. attend. i Rev. Alfred DeBarritt Pastor
service at 8o'clock j
defense which in 10 less Evening worship
** Brandt. Smith and Spohrer; years or ;
Nothing doing. His dont believe user Evening service at 8 o'clock.
a happy friendly ring to afraid 1 don't!" Weaver and Padden. I country will be out, of the possession of our CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN The pastor will bring both SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS i Subject: "The Lord's Supper."
be drew *
no answering
how's this- He was "Not worthy Lord to gather up
her for Alison was her with a rather queer In At Chicago R. H. E.:i I Some of the navy yards will morning and evening messages. 1017 Fleming Street ,: the crumbs

big white clock upon the now."1 came: down to bur New York _....._.....- 13 20 0 have I to be expanded instead of Mid-week prayer and praise R. T. Sawyer Teacher I With trembling hands that from
I spending countless millions of the service on Wednesday! at 8:00 p. Bible study, Friday, 7:30 p. m.
"It's past t.elr.- house Chicago ......_.._._. 040 thy table fall,
1 ahonldnt worry. a burglarr Schumacher and Mancuso Hen- taxpayers money for somethingelse M. Sabbath .service 10:30 a. m. ,
; sinner
"Toar : place into operation the naval t..1 Choir rehearsal on Friday eve- i A weary heavy-laden
father's probably ,: though vary It Shaw Casey and Hartnett, I I
the road. with a little murder and base at Key West. Look at the ning at 7:45 o'clockMrs.. Joseph FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH comes

"Held bate let me anonymous letters or black- I odea.1'I submarine! base. Some of the i, Sawyer, organist; Gerald Saunders I ---- s To plead thy promise and obey thy
At. St. Louis R. Hour, Day or Week. Repair 1 calL"
was positive on that point docks have been repaired others I I choir director.PENTECOSIAL Eaton Street Between Duval and I
Brooklyn.. 570 all makes and paint them with Morning service at 11 o'clock.
"How could het These 1 believe It-! His voice his -- -- : are rotted and gone. If all this
I.a ______ : 8 1 I I Simonton Streets i
; .. 3
Louis Ntt-EnameL We a full "God Protects His People.
egraph offices shut early eyes his honest blnnt. large j f was a big mistake, it will be allot carry MISSION James S. Day Paster '
"Ha could: have made it absurd. 1"-Clark. Munns and Lopez; J.ted the same room other errors I supply of parts. Agent for the Other services as usual.

He admitted' that by hi I' don't you kDo..1ou're hard I Dean.. P.'Collins and Davis. r'. have. There are machine shopsdistilling I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.' 909 Olivia Street I I Morning Bible School worship at at 9:45: 11 o'clock.a. ILl#.

Attar, a moment's & !" He gave a broad engag 'I' t plants, power plant and: And sell them as low as $S.Ob Win. Skondeen Pastor The Baptist Training Union !

"Look here, wbere does "1 give yon your choice of At Cincinnati R. H. E. ice plants; all of which should be: down and $1.00 per week. We I Sunday morning worship, 11 7 'clock. :i

live-I mean. a rule good stories and yon. Philadelphia! ....._.._ 160 1 tin! operation. ; Buy and Sell all makea'of used o'clock. meets at '.
get through to htmT" accept either .( Bicycles.: Phone 276. J. R. Evening wonhip at 8 o'clock.
Cincinnati 240 :
I believe that men should be put Sunday school for all 3:30 p. RUSSELL'S.ClGAR
They went into the dra are yon really :""' i-'Bowm,r Bivin and Todd; Der-t positions for which they are; Stowers company, 515 Duval I {
: TQ8-1".ai.. m. '
where a telephone stood ) I told aa street. apr9-tf CATHOLIC'CHURCH ;,
and 'Campbell.,11MERICAN'LEAGUE
kneehole desk. Alison ? 'is t,Jln& dovnLat War- ringer 11itted. Many a fine admiral or 1 .l Sunday eight evangelistic service -. .,_ I

thought that she bad 1tJ.gbtu4 strayed up ben* :' ,!; .uava l'r-w01Jld be acceptable WANTED ,., 7:15 o'clock.Tnesday7:15. 1St.,, Mary's Star of theSea >II
quite such nnlntereating #e-I/7happened: .to b* taxing{ : n.---ot-le of our 'cabinet, offices.j p. m..prayer1 and
I At :W s ington 0 R-H :EChicago -.t fou WANTED chance to"Hiyeur on Rey. Wm. Reagan; S.l? ,j STORE
fren\ o : -
'aa there was U this ,d epl1.l1o. that? II fan'tJtam.man jj ?( .MJ praise "tenricev. 4 > I ', ''s "> ; "iiijcharge ?*
I ... order. The
this !" lanched. 1 moat J- 4hiag i make aJntejoi next printing ida 7lS' .' .n. .
piece quite good In rlSDt She :' { $}! ,:_ ,; P feUotphig! Order4or( '' acirricest' fot" this;
.. .. 10 :
,. 14 1 Artman Press angT
Its doable row of deep yonl But what are we going .; success at something else. 1 meeting, church ., [ 0
pom"by being made in a about ItT I mean we can't. stay TietjeKennedy;, and Sewell; ; ;3ta ently a statement was issued -.. Saturday0' -p.'nv:' beyv''aidgirls' ; (
UUon of old oak.THERE night can war Newsomand Bolfon. ,,'the navy department that suchan PIANO TUNING church. Sunday mofeing Masses will be', Daily Baseball! Retains
said at 7 and 9:30 o'clock.Weekday ,
to leave here j
not going you official: wished the yard main-
he objected. I At Philadelr R. II. F..1. PIANO TUNER, Lanreano Mo Mass at 7 o'clock ]
was no ringing tained on its present basis. The SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH Wire
I'm to and J reno. Excellent piano 'fer sale Evening service at 7:30 o' 1ock.j By
down the rest not ataylac. going Cleveland __..._12 18 I 0 days of party spoils are still with

once more; a dead line. house and get on the tele Philadelphia ... ...._....... 210 5 us. We see them gathered all the cheap. 1018 Divisien treet.I Corner Duval and Eaton Streets Sundays and Fridays. j J -
"{fa not working." She Harder and Pytlak; Wilshere.I time. Who was that whet prated 1 J I m23-lmo S..p COME IN AND GET THE
past !midnight Yaffil never
the receiver slowly Benton. Liber and Foxx. Berger.At -RooseveK and the Navy Morning Prayer, 6:45 a. m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
to wake: np.Beside we're YarelT"j ROOMS RESULTS OF THE
young man with wide and t CHURCH
a**on the Downs here." Bat that was merely a Mass (Communions), 7 a. m. ]
eyes."Hm. Ill walk Into Warley then. New York R. H. E.I phraae. The party far .which we Maw for the Church School: MAJOR BASEBALL

." Re looked again mile at midnight In that?" St. Louis ..._...._._ 691 stand baa done seemingly little in 1 "THE IIUNRO"-Rooms $2.00, 9:30 a.m.Mass (Colored) LEAGUES

Iou face, and suggested: to the window where the New York-_..........._.,3 10 1 bringing Ghost the reopening of j *2.50 and $3.00 per week. of Thanksgiving 11 a. m. Southard Street Between Thomas
f -+-0--
have wired to put yon off. Coffman Thomas. Knott and Double and Single. 128 N. E. and Emma Streets
the base. Sermon
ateadfly. "You'd Prayer
was beating Evensong
or tall that he couldn't CIGARS CIGARETTES
and the yon post office conldnt with pneumonia. Tlemsley;. Gomez, Malone and I We do not have to look far to I 4th street Miami, Fla. Benediction. S p. m. William Perkins Pastor ,

livered the message...." .Anyway rd rather" Dickey. see how narrow political cynics may24lmoxI W_k Day G. Williams Missionary Leader SOFT DRINKS,

That's trnel" She not put Into wordsthat, I are using this! country's resources j]I t Morning, Prayer 6:45 a. m. Sabbath School (Saturday), 10 ETC.
uncomfortable conviction that At Boston R. H. E. FOR SALE o'clock.
for their
stray hope.Tour own bigoted. and selfish Mass 7 a. m.
father's probably & malt be far wrong. t Detroit ..............-..-- 4140 selves. j Evening Prayer, 5:10: p. m. Church services 11 o'clock In
._........._ 8 12 0 I FOR SALE-Dump Truck in excellent .
aaleep by now thinking: Ittl.Svelyn U.fT condition. See Villate
his. wire,:he aald.aa they II .... discover Crowded Marberry and Hay- Batten against the politics 1 j 9 a. m.
omcthlna new j Sons. 116 Simenton street.
down the kitchen: passage. the hairless maa M8Ddq.I worth; Grove and Berg. which are concerning the heart)1 I

ef our powerful country-the national -j|, may26Itx'TYPEWRITING METHODIST EPISCOPAL j I II
-- -. -- .' GAMES TODAY government. When ear !local CHURCH. SOUTH
BALL TEAM are listed to make the trip: and state vernmenta become I 1 I sheets. 75e. The Artman Press.aug7. I TREVOR !

I Ingraham, Casa, Bethel AMERICAN> IXAGUE corrupted we accept this but "EL SALVADOR" ,

Sterling, Hale P. Castro Chicago at 'Washington when we lee the pilfering .by the I. Corner Grinnell and Virginia I

PLAY A. Perez Gopber Lopez St. Lana at New, York "mighty men who wield the sword Streets I
: Acevedo Sevilla, E. Al'oury Detroit at Boston. lawmaking" it is net eyeD ne J (Services in Spanish) Expert Auto Repairing
bundles for 5e. The Citizen
t I P. Aguilar manager. Cleveland at Philadelphia I.f ...!') to atop and think where we J Of-I Sunday school. 10 a. m.
Rumba band will go along are headed for. J I tx Preaching 8 p. m.

LOCAL-AGGREGATION the music' and the boys NATIONAL LEAGUE Maybe we can convince some PRINTING-Quality Printing Mothers' Club meets Monday 1!I and PaintingAT

ING TOMORROW entertain the veterans in real Philadelphia at Cincinnati. ene in the future that Key West the Lowest Prices. The Art- 8 p. m.Bible. : I

I West fashion. :t New York at Chicago.: H not a 'sandy strip in the Gulf, man Press. ang7 study and prayer service. I

ISLAMORADABy will return on Monday, Brooklyn at St. Louis. but it maintains a key-a key*, --- Wednesday. 8 p. m. PRICES YOU CAN,AFFORD TO LAY I II tI
:, and I am sure they willi ljI Boston at Pittsburgh. which hUs the Gulf of Mexico PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed I
i I I back the bacon. in the palm .f its hands cards $1.25. The Artman TA TRINTDADT"Revs. I I

( JOVE) I II III "Tip" Hughes sophomore of Millions for defense but IMt a t Press .ng7 L. -Oser and Montero. i! Only Geawie FORD Parts Used t ti :

The Key West .a 1 department of agriculture the Sti swell OkU. high schMl.Iwalks !. cent. for us. i I PastorsDuval

will leave over the | : ) a world-wide tney 8Q miles each week to at ALBERT G. ROBERTS. .!MIMEOGRAPH PAPER KOO and Angela Streets

morrow morning fey grasses well adapted to jtend I I classes and had a perfect )Kev West Fla. ]I I sheets $L21. The Artman Sunday school, 3 p. tri. : WOId"t Contimtoua FORD Dernier in the World"

Fla., to play the World down soils and prevent dua* attendance record for the first '313 Ftomia St. ;: Press Citizen Building. Service in Spanish, Friday, at

exana baseball nine The ('I'semester. ". May. 22,-1935. i-**7tf ,[JO p. M. .

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WOMAN.' TO BKCOMK A .rRKB -----.j of the police force of this
A POPPY? I DEALER. Eugenia Lowe left i
......................................... .... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i yester-I,I Charles Aronovits returned this' day afternoon
for visit in Miami
a afternoon
I the undersigned Pastor) Peres. a from a brief stay spent
Shower Given Thursday In i married woman a resident of the PLACED IN INSTITUTION BY' with relatives and friends.. in Miami with relatives. !in an oyster served to him in a re.-.
By VIOLET BARKER State of Florida and County of Monroe -III taurant.
will on the 24th day of Jun.!
, Honor Of Miss Henriquez .....C.C S.S C C C C C.C S C C C CS'I A. D. 1135. apply to the Honorable KEY WEST ADMIN. Joe Pearlman returned yesterday Attorney William V. Albury left '
Jefferson B. Browne. Judge of the Subscribe to The Citizen.LECALS .
from short
business yesterday' afternoon
Memories harken back 18 years I Circuit Court of the Twentieth Judicial -I ISTRATION a trip to I' for a brief
Circuit of Monroe, County, Miami. professional! visit in Miami. i II i'Mrs.
A miscellaneous shower honoring }Felton Harold Cates, Vivian Pin- ago; to a world whose occupation Florida at Chambers at 1* A. M. I It
was war. Memories that will live or as soon thereafter as a hearinc
Miss Leona Henriquex daugher der, James Higgs S. W. Lowe I may be had for a license to manage -I Aquilino Lopez jr.. left yesterday -t Robert Spottswood. who' -, ---- ------
forever with the World War veteran :Sheila of all varieties are described
lake control her ,
Laura Canfield George Perpall charge of and was spending few in i\ TilE coiTT .n'OG't romrl
afternoon days Mi-
of,. Mrs. Edith Henriquez Memories that cause a'heartache property and to become a free' in 'a new reference book Iw)1iami for a stay \ AMI FOR MP'RO"; ('Ot'!>Tl',
Sallie Jenks, Mtenill Adams, Rob- dealer in accordance of several I ami returned, this afternoon .
I I I every respect days. t'l.Oltlfl"s
whese' marriage to Raymond Fel perhaps a tear for someone olDth
which has 1 .
ert Knowles, Jr. with the Statutes fctateof been placed in the Key '--. I. the Matter of Uca.af'c1lap.t. -
ton; '!son of Mr. and Mr*. William; Mesdames Carlyle Roberts..left in France sleeping beneath. Florida. ,. I Carl delegatae ( J*' of! the pcrsnnsAnd" f.stl.u
those fields of red. I PASTOniA PEREZ. West Public: Library by the Key Mrs. Ada Hansen and daughter I Benaldi. rom *.f '. \ OfOTICEIRVIN
'FeWon,1-will take place in the near Paul Archer Milton Knowles.I poppy Petitioner. West Administration. Miss Fannie Hansen. who were,,1 Tiger Tail Tribe 19, Improved,Order T. KNOWLE HAROLD
In memory of those comradeswho ALLAN B. CLEARE; J1tAttorney II KNn\VI.E-i\ sad GERALD F-
future, was given Thursday after- Thomas ?tloor Godfrey Thompson paid the the for Petitioner "The: Shell Book.' written by spending a vacation with relatives;,j of Red Men to the great council -', KNOWI.KS. :Minors.

iioon) by THrs. G. E. Rusbell' and Harry M. Baker Thomas C. supreme sacrifice martS; junl-S-li-22 Julia Ellen'Rogers: and published I and friends in Miami returned : which met in Palatka this!I NOTICK IS HKRFBT: GIVEN BYTtI7JPkflS1tEI1ts
citizens of West asked
,Miss Mary Felton. More, John Costar Jack Gait by the Arthur Key Sawyer Post are of the -:deUECOI.L'TOS' ;,-. i by: Doubleday Doran & ,Co., was I yesterday. week returned yesterday. 1 j et t..ei&o"::; .. ad. pePo3ot-nard*]*!".

"The affair held Oliver Haskins Willis Hilton ; OP THK HOARD .. .
enjoyable was purchased! by the Administration i 1'- XSnw I# Hal't4 l 'MiMJrKn<'
In'the'Armory on White street'and Frank Velasco; Alpheus Higgs I America Legion and the womenof OP MOM10KOlSTl.PI'BMC I\VTRICTIO\'. KI.OHIUA. and yesterday was placed in the I Frank Johnson returned yesterday -, Frank O. Roberts: and"">Cv c..:'ami r..r'ltI:1". hnrwlea-AWT; I will
its auxiliary to the me- petition the tlMtltrMrie Stag) Gann
was largely attended. The decorations Mea, Jeff Knight, S. E. Almyda wear CALLING ALE.O: IN library for the benefit of persons i afternoon from a visit with, '!'Symonette, and wife, who were County Judge In and for Monroe!!
morial !
and refreshments carried out Frank Velasco Alphens Higgs, poppy today. The auxiliary SPECIALTAT MMBER: .IIOOL ONK. MONROE l)ltTRICT "'-- wishing to study this form of life. J relatives in Miami and points on, attending the Great Council of, ountJ'. Florida at his office In the.
members '
are offering to the public Court House. Key West. Bourn.County.
the color scheme of pink, green William P. Kemp. Letitia J. Sullivan these red memorial flowers : COI' T". FLORIDA. FIX.ING :- The book is to remain the propertyof ,the keys. ;'Red Men at Palatka. returned i j: Florida at the hour of Ie

and white. Tropical ferns and Carl Bervaldi. Leo Williams, I THE MILI.AGR KOR TAT the Administration. over the highway yesterday. 1 j I o'clock A. M. on the 3Hh day of
which were made by the disabled L.A U THE EIfXTIONOK | ![, June. A. I). UK. for an order an-
white lilies bedecked the hall in Hersell Williams Rispah Russell non-compensated: veterans at the TRt !iTt;.:'*" FOR SAID Ill"- Many visitors came to Key West Mrs. William Nelson who was: IboHzins the sale of the Interests

which the event was held. J. C. Gekeler Harold Haskins TRICT IN AtCOHDANCK WITH I last winter it was recalled who I pending while with relatives in I Miss Elizabeth Ayala, student''I'nt the aforesaid minors In and to
government hospital in Lake City. I CHAPTER l.-.7, !SESSION'! !' .
the following described
Miss Alee Curry favored the Herbert John Kirschen- interested collecting Miami returned yesterday. ; at Florida State College for Worn-'' property.
Weech There is no price on the I '.*WS OF iS::: were specifically' in lying and being In Monroe Count.
guests with several piano selections baum C. O. Aclterman W. C. Duncan paper!I I \VIIKRKAS under Chapter lSST shells and many other en, arrived today to spend the. Florida and more particularly de-
flower. for no price can be set Laws" of Florida Acts of 1'S5, a biannual IIt'rih..d as followsPart :
Mrs. J. C. Gekeler sang "0 Philip Bernard Roberts, Eu' u'Onvalor and sacrifice. But the election must be held In who would have been interestedhad Norberg Thompson. who accompanied -," summer vacation with her parents. of Government Lot I,
Promise Me." Miss Edith Russell gene Meares, Harold Pinder, La- men and women and children of ,'I' Special Tax School Districts for the they had an opportunity to' Mrs. Thompson ar far as | )fro and Mrs. A. F. Ayala. i;j jI Section S. Township, *J South.

gave a humorous reading which zaro Hernandez John C. Key E. determination of the amount of I study something of the nature of Miami when she left Wednesday at the Southeast corner of. West asked I: and the election I I
Key are to give freely. mills to be levied Mi"BobbiTi..r.; flange 3* East Commencing
was enjoyed by all. Harriet John- J. Bayly. as' 100 cent of the profits will of Trustees and whereas If. is the shelled marine life. afternoon for New York, returned I daughter/ I] ernmrnt Lot 2. in said Section

son sang a vocal solo. j i I Uesdames A. R. Miller, Mail- per time to hold said election and In order that visitors and resi- yesterday.John I of Colonel and Mrs. H\,gh K. TaY-1 *. Township C3 South. Range ;5S;
be used to assist the disabled I
vet. \VIIKRKAS.: Special Tax School [ East thence running South 41i
Mrs. C. R. Meador was winner land Adams. Colton Parks J. F. erans and their needy families. I District Number One of Monroe dents may have the advantage:: of 'lor, student at Florida State Col- decrees, East 14* feet, more or

the County. Florida has.. heretofore been exhaustive study legc for Women arrived 'i' less. In the waters of the At-
of the guessing contest and Leach Joseph Cook Edward Al- Realizing that the disabled the findings of an Lopez left Thursday aft- today for'
,. of the lantic ocean said last
created b an election qu.lIfI.d J I < men.
door prize was won by Miss Thel-, bertus. Charles Albury John Roberts American veteran was under a | electors. of said District, embracing of I shell life, the book was pur-I ernoon for Miami where he will the summer vacation with her par-i I, tinned line being the Southwesterly '

ma Atwood. i, ArcoDcbyns \ !lCe in! all of the territory within chased! and. made'. available t.".ll trend"FeVcYat weeks*with VeTative,[It', ents.. J j \ line of Randall Adam tra<-t.I .
Charley!' jJl1J .h<<; handicap; ) thecompetjtjonf \ Monroe except the mainland I I as shown In peed recorded In
County .
V _
Mrs.j JViltard! ,A'bury and Mrs.\ 'Johh .1YOf! lni ) : -'tn /> .,.)! '} the American!) Legjoo! \I'! portion thereof, and ho, fit rf IT&t.ed and expd.4!t6 rMtI'rnli"a') launch I ; r- I' .II" j I I Ieed K6ok ItU? ,pace SSJ. of the

.J. L .Ley assisted Mrs. Russell and Lee ill.43ea4ies.Mtht,4\ ..bmee. .AiifvUcy. hji3. endea.yoed "to .estab-j WHEREAS. Mid School Districthas u __ -1 2 J I bE'l WI i-1% nel1M: .,::. I f"\ts.\ Rubin Appel an.1 l daughn: ,!,! I I ptt4l. .. ,,,,,,,"'..or......oaroe (t.1Im.
erected school houses and is l) Florida; thence -
Miss Felton In receiving the Amelia OlTveri: w: W. Johnson.D. lish \>ppv( m&kihg1as ."'industry maintaining schools and ts creating Ji l1.w. r eairT! -th... nMI re'fOnt'- .rw to fi ml. ., teriiRIisl'CojeVppcJ" .., Mhororo, i I I I *'I'P511TI"TtT the .

guests. The honoree recl"ivejl) A:. Dul"uls f ; 'Eier ttJ'L. Sawyerj exclusively? for him;: Disabled! \ veterans "'Indentedwess and that said schools e1ftii.-"M'" n ..u.d: { lllwi': : ,.i isiUng.relativas ihf. 1alnir.\ .for:I I I of this. Atlantic Ocean ret.'m a

,many beautiful and useful giftsT: .'G. E ''Russetl: James-Brady1; B*aIVlCtiit are now miking an average ,russ are nowIn existing operation; and and:said debts:I States is located- there and still I MitsVirginia Shine student attfl1redsccrday ,;scrjraljdays. rftufpedjodaySiI. !I- .I mid point
The young,.1 ladies Who! assisted: 1:1'' > Will (I IJ t>f '15.000,000 poppies annually "WHBHBAS.' it ,"In.. necetuiary to (in u';-145. years. after .it nwMFl i '.... .Jar f flo '.. l1orIP9r-, ',' I I' the said, .,shore. line thenc
in eervingtbe refreshments'were ''hlMfses J 'Florence'*Roberts CoraL I ,: States.Thfs .: 'deterihlbCithe amount of mll1alfe to I built i L ill:! J &-wa1 r' Tal ; 1iPIII'arbonen.: North along,.the( West line <>f
'throughout:; 'the' United 'be levied for each year for the next ..... w'n''p t from Wtha 'r 'ptdpricev"i'of, ; !!I Mid Government Lot I to thepoint
Rose TiC, Thelma Atwood, U 6-. Curry Ella'' Curry' ,"'''Anna"WHltmarsh. means 'of employment; ''has: ensuing two years and that trustees I, fee for a'acaiion of tlo week I' thr: Habana-Madrid ClnJ 'hon!II!I I nf iM-iclnnine.. ling end
Jerguson. 'i must be elected to serve for On file in the krhivtJ.'iji l ''on, lifi9HSJarent.s 9liW'th being In Monroe ("..nty. Fl r-
dawn Fay Adams, Shir- Kathryn Thbmpsoii, "pVoved a boon thousands of and ': rn Miami for two days on business Ida containing .4T ,
ley Velasco Helen RusselL' Mints Lillian Sands. Elizabeth Sands.1 'veterans many of whom dependon the IT RKSOIA'ED next two years BY ,THK therefore BOARD UK I of the state library in Richmond, leave for I summer schooL i: returned this afternoon. m..re or less.ALFRED.

were served during the afternoon Edna Sand., Thelma Atwell Francis this for entire support. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OFMONROE Va., are official documents of the I R. KXOWLKS..,
I As Guardian of th<' Estate: of In in
by Lorraine Adams. Willette Cam-' Cochran, Eulalie Mathews, Will you wear a poppy today? election he held within Special thatan colonial government that date Mrs. Eva Monsalvatge and Mrs. M.\ Hemion. annual visitor T. Know, Harold It. Know,lei

alier. and Dorothy Mae Hobbs. j|Florence Albury. Lauriette Thomp- Tax School District Number One of back to 1650. granddaughter; Miss Adele Roberts to Key We .t to visit her friends,1 I RA1MONI and fitrald) R.F IXiRD.Attorney Kn....It:".

Those attending were: | Grace Leota Gnl- Monroe County. Florida embracingall who were in Miami for a few !,
son. Thompson. WILLIAM MENDELL the territory in said Monroe Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W. ]Hattrick :v.l1 for Guardian.ma .
Mesdames J. L. Ley Laurie: lion, Louise Ketchum Shirley County except the mainland portion LEGALS: days as guests of Mrs. MonsalI -' others, left I last night for New :I >'2i. Ju.I.U.U

Roberts George I. Knowles Jr., Velasco Rose Tift. thereof on the ,Z5tlt day of vatge's son, Merlin returned I f
| ,
yes-, York route to her home at II ill-1
June. 1935, for the purpose of determining ;I
Jerome Nottage. Edith Henriquez.Willard ,'t Misses\ Faye Adams. Helen Russell BACK IN KEY WESTWilliam the amount of millage to I I !NOTICE OF MISTER'S' !SALE! terday. j jII. side. N. 3.I I i iI -

)L Albury Charles A. Kathryn Lowe Francis Lowe be levied for the years 1935 and : I
I>3C. and for the purpose of electIng Notice Is. h.-; : given that under I cGraduation
Richardson R. J. Bethel, C. R.; Edith Russell. May Hill Hilda trustees to serve in said Districtfor I and by virtue of a certain order and L. Feet A'eneralluperintend-j Mrs.\ Jane Brown and two chil-'' Shoes
)Meador Lawrence Higgs, Hastings'C. Russell Carrie Pearce Jennie May' the next two years. decree of foreclosure and sale made I ent of the Van Noy Company and I
'1 Mendell\ proprietor of All qualified electors residing and entrred on the 3d day of :Slav.A. .J. P. Hedwahl. dren. Harry and Gloria who were,
Smith. Earl M- Gwin. D. J. superintendent who
Johnson Minnie E. Alce
Knowles. within said District who In the Circuit
the Hub Store returned this afternoon pay taxeson O. 1S35 and by spending several months in Key
Buckley, Lionel IL Plummer. j! Curry. Nellie L. Kirschenbaum I personal property and real estate the Twentieth Judicial i were in Key West enjoying a brief, In selecting your new FootWear
.Mesdames Claude Albury Eve- Harriett I from Miami where he are eligible to vote at said I r'rtltO: of the State .of Florida; In vacation fishing, with I succecss. left West with relatives left last night i I for the Day of Days, look
': Johnson Dorothy Lord made arrangements for the purchase election. The questions to be determined -, and for Monroe County. In Chan by steamer for New York. I over the new and smart Shoes
lio Cabot, Etta Smith. Isadore Ap- Mayfield Knowles. said In therein pending yesterday afternoon for Jackson i
Norma Yat"1 i of modern set of fixturesfor at election are as follows eery. a cause received this weeE. All sizes
a .
1 wherein Cleveland Nlles l plaintiff ville.
pelrouth, J. C. )McMahon Mjrtia' Virgerine Lowe Vendehne
his new men's clothing store. 1. The amount of millave to b. and ROM M. eikert.. If living and Mrs. Benjamin Sawyer and -all styles. Lowest Price.
Taylor. James D. _Curry. Charles kins. Beulah Lee Williams Mariet- build- levied by County Commissioners for If dead the heirs, devisees! grantees
'1 to be opened in the Renedo said Special Tax School or other claimants under the B. C. )Moreno engineer with the tie daughter Anne. left on the!'
){. Curry Jr.. William J. Lord. W. ta Silveria. Susan District ;
LaKin ......... ... '
ill. \n. (5 said Rose :M. Weikert. deceased, or Steamship Henry R. \ Ja. tt Wid.
''' Florida ERA and Myrtland Cates.machini..toperator. ,j Mallory : SelectionGRADUATION
H. Pierce, Lars Hansen William Kemp Ermina : :Minnie K. Wolfe. If livInK.
Curry. I "The fixtures. Mr. Mendell told 2. The election of Trustees to otherwise '
't for visit
night a at
, serve during the ensuing: two and. If dead the heirs devisees left yesterday| summer resorts GIFTS
-- The Citizen will be modern in every yes rs. grantees. or other claimants afternoon for :Miami. Deerfield ; in New York state
respect and the output of one The pollIng places at which said under the raid Minnie t:. Wolfe I Any bright young graduatewill
Return From Visit Plans For election be held are: ceased, or otherwise J. G. and other points in Florida to inspect be of
Making of the largest factories making this I and Josephine Piodeta his de'j I proud any of the
Pnlllnr Place Number I. Harris dragline machinery which]I : lovely and useful
Through Florida Filth Melody Hour type of equipment A tempting School Buildinir.I Corner of Southrd Andrew J. Kemp and .:Mary L. is desired by the local administration gifts assembled
!. and Margaret Streets Key his wife Samuel Otis JoKnsorf and at our store.
display of the latest modes and Antoinette Johnson.' his wlf, and for proposed '
West. Florida. Inspectors and use on projects. D. ARONOVITZ :
styles will be afforded by the new Clerk of Election at said polling W C. Burros "widower are defendants I I; Large shipment Silk Pajamas;>
Mr. and Mrs. William II. Whiteof Commodore vrn 1\Iietk-L\ uba. which will arrive about I place shall be: Charles Msthews foreclosure of lien of tax in Silk Pongee and Hat

South street who had been vis. II. D. W., announces that the fifth June fixtures 10 and be installed imme- Ira Roberts Ca.....Clerk.William Baker. J. Frank sale Special certificate:Master In, Chancery the undersigned will offer Reginald with Hart the local quarantine unit of the inspector -.'i DEPARTMENT STOREKey : Crepes Dance Sets Slips
King at various points through the ICeyVet Hour will be Polling Place Number 2. At Monroe for sale and will sell at public 5* $1.00

diately. County High School BiiildlBK. outcry for cash In hand to the State Plant Board, left yesterday West's Only Complete .. ..,.......u...."
state returned to Key West last presented on Thursday June C. (Corner of United and White Streets. highest! and best bidder at the front afternoon to spend the week-end Department Store I II
......SSSCSCCCCCCCCCCC5Today's Key '''II' F1orid Inspectors and door of the County Court House of I I Our tock of Silk Underwear
with his in Miami.
evening over the highway. The program will be composed Clerk of Election at aid poll I nit :Monroe County. Florida. In the Cityof family I is complete in every detaiL

They were accompanied by Miss chciefly of selections from famous place nhall be: Bernard Allen. Roland Key "'ellt. "Florida during thelegal : Gorgeous GraduationCifts Negligees. Pajamas Slip Step-
hours of sale on Monday. the Sno-: : I :
Richardson. John
J. Albury. Harry with the railway
of Pierson.
Patricia Ins Etc. Com
Hagstrom 3rd in and look
operas and melodious operettas. William II. Johnson Clerk. day of June. A. D. IJIi.:; the following
Fla.. who will be their house guest. Anniversaries Itolllnr Place Number 3. At Pb- described land situate, lying diving unit in this section left -at the I around.
George Mills White director of lie School and being In the County of Monroe -
House at 1
Maleeumbe. for Marathon
Miss Hagstrom is granddaughter yesterday accompany -
a i
Slate uf Large shipment Han.Iker-.
Section of the West C S S C C C SCC.C SC S C CC Monroe County. Florida. Inspectorsnd Florida to-wlt: I I
the Music Key SCCSS SC '
of Mrs., Jay Hobbs and will be remembered Clerk of Election at said pone Lot Numbered Five (S) of Mrs.\ Snow to Key West. Most Reasonable Prices chiefs in gift boxes and new

by many for her splendid administration will lie the vocal 1903-Ralph Waldo Emerson; Ins iilare shall be: II. 0. Russell Section Thirty-one (31) In where she ..1II..d" several, weeks. line of Pocketbooks.

work with the pupils in the soloist for the evening.: essayist poet philosopher Ameri Preston Robert InKraham.Finder Clerk.Edney D. Parker of Township Range Sixty-six Twenty-nine(fit) South(IS) I I BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED

Harris school in the nature study: [ ca's great thinker born in Boston. Polling Place Number 4. At Pub East! containing Twenty-six DANCE SETS, GOWNS, GRADUATION
and half DRESSES
lie School House at Rock a U&%) acres.Dated
Mr. And Mrs. Burros Died at Concord Mass., April 27, Harix.r. ONE AND TWO PIECE
class.Her: Key Lara-o Monroe County Flor May 4. 1)35. I Your daughter will be as
class is shown to have 1882. ida. Inspectors and Clerk of Elec- WILLIAM V. ALBCRT. I Auto Repairing SLEEPING AND LOUNGING : "smart as the smartest"
Leave On Special Master In I if feer
Trip lion at said polling Chancery
place shall be
planted the first palm on the highway : PAJAMAS DAINTY Graduation ,
I Willard Albnry, John W. Plnder. O W. CURRY HARRIS. I Dress i ii from the
at the entrance to the golf 1810-William II. Channing.' P. Hill. George "'. Albnrv. Clerk. J. LANCELOT LESTER: Repairing Done By COTTON PRINT GOWNS Store of }'_hiOh. New Dresses

course in 1928. Manolo Barros. employe of the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Solicitors for Plaintiff. EXPERTS I Ii received this week.MONDAY .
and << :!:; I
noted Unitarian clergyman that this notice of election shall be may4.1l.1I.25junI
Mrs. Hagstrom who is also a i P. & O. Steamship Company accompanied -
nnbll&hvd in the Key West Citiien.
author of his day born in Boston.
Line of
niece of Mercer Holland who was!''I' by Mrs. Barros, left a newspaper, In the City of Key k Complete
Died Dec. 23, 1884.1835Henry West, Florida, once each week for SLOG SPECIALS
at one time secretary of the Key J Wednesday on MONROE .
,I thirty days, first publication: to be I Ladies White Linen Suits 'l3
West Chamber of Commerce. is for Havana where they will visit the 2>th day of Stay l)Ji. and the and Enamel Painting Ladies' Dresses in Voile Batiste
Crawford-Clark .

said to be interested in the for a while after which they will C. Potter noted last publication thereof to be on Gable- and up
vitally t Swime and Prints
the :22nd! dar of June, ISIS. Robert In
protection of birds, and, has enlisted -!prdceed I : to points in Sparrither Protestant Epi copal' bishop: ofNe"w BE IT FURTHER, RESOLVED. l FORSAKING Montgomery ALL OTHERSMatinee Colonial! Service Station i i Novelty; Mirror Powder I .0 ,,- .- $1.00 Ah,1 '1.95
: will visit with 'Mr. 'I Bafroi :; York born at' Scheneetady.: .that said election shall he conduct1erf All-Over Lace for
the interesi of tnany! of thei 1 i they 1.< :It. : Of: Boxes Bags, Vanity Cases Dresnea. all
"I c..1tI Snd'hetd under the same rules I I : Balcony, 10e| Orela.'Ira. ..- .c'f" .}F.e..f; ;; colors .., .
children in 'tji'is matter an 'conne'c-j par Wt rand-other teiatlVes. Died"at Cooperstown. : X Y,, 'Jnly2X and rwutationx as general elections, f1r 9 ;RPf' Gloves EveningBags, yard 'u. 59e

tion with 'ther''activities in" the-'I riMrs. Barros before marriage! : ,,1908., ;.' 'I. .' ':.1.1 xcepttos! modified; by Section 7M,I .15-29c'. J JI I Hose, Linen Handkerchiefs I (See Window Display)
.' -. O Printed
U ___ .-. '1 ,-. neev"Gcneral LAWS of Florida Klaxons. Printed Bttiste.
W s.1.I jFctauait/a"LcJp'e1'J/il/ ,, : I : : .. .' -
course of .tiainin keceid.lo !!>i 1 nesomtCon calllnK said election --- NiLt.15.25c:1 .1. : e. '. !! for both ,Men and sdlitt .. .
u -': ; t' '"' I I yard tSc
these lines. .;'': I.'!:;L' '.*, 1\'\\iter i r of 1''JfaW'.l.'r'Lopez.I' 1111 n.hi8' .drt'i .,..!..._*.-! IIToday's .11.1.cl'oho.. A:., Dow "rea.1L-' t/I nnaninKntMfv Board< np'rublle. paused. Instruction Monroe County limy : : .., .. Ladies.. Tie Sets. Travel I 40 inch Wlute Batiste j-d. 2pc
1 I ; preset, .nd heafrfa thq a4.<< -l5s. .
cj", mucfl'taikeiftqfy ingLeather: Sets Bags
.' .. .. .. ;
i S CS C eC o e- >C EAiLMsc.I.-!
4, zion ,pty, H. PIERCE :1HOLTSBERG'S1 : ,; f
Cabana Party : 'f.oundefl,. i rhalrmrtn.... BoardOf1'ublie Instruc ; C.lt. 'I 1 EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE
Much Enjoyed 1 I. Birthdays born.! ,.Scotland'' "VI, d"JA: ,Chi-; ; I. tlo... 'Monroe ALUM County: Fk>rlda. I'1 1.- "71 "'qu LITV "s'H pJ. ',1 I : .A, Visit tOur Store Will REDUCED FOR MONDAY
March 9 1907. K. CI.EARK.; GRADUATION -
,...................... cage RALPH K. JOHXSOV. I HEADQUARTERS' FOR Solve Your Problem
thJunior !I Members of Board of Public Instruction. GIFTS JUST RECEIVED GRADUATION GIFTS II I -TilESTORE -
Members of Wom 1 Rev. Dr. John R. Mott of New r I
1862 Eugene Zimmerman. Attest coBitinf of Wooden Bead Just received a Beautiful I
an's Club of Key West enjoyed to York famed Y. M. C. A' leader : REDUCTIONS I OF FASHION
j| ("Zim"), famed cartoonist. born MELVIN E. RUSSELL, Bat. VS4a.habU Bag. Silk Assortment of Novelty Grad- ON ALL SHOES-Iarge
the utmost the Cabana party given born at Livingston Manor N. Y., Superintendent Public Instruction. uation Gift Items for' Boys and :
last evening at Rest Beach. j: 70 ,years ago. in Switzerland Died at and ex-offlclo Secretary of Boardof Nigkt r Gown and Pajamas': Girls. Also Underwear Negligees assortment for GRAD- City' Lead! Led;.." Stoop

During the evening a number,, N. Y., March 26, 1935. I Public Instruction.mayZi; Janl-S-15-22 Dance SeU, Embroidered Silk Hosiery.. Ties, Socks and 1 UATION just arrived. .1 I. APPELROUTH

of forms of amusement were participated -j t Col. Henry Brcckinridge of I Kimona, Pongee Kimonaa, En Handkerchiefs. e-
in by the members, the New York famed lawyer, born in 1865-Lord Riddell, English 5.Iaeks.s'She',, Leadlag Hotel" emble Pajama, ICar er Clave, SHOES SHOES t 1

newspaper publisher born. Died! Bobolink Silk (eack When Shoes ,
most exciting game being water Chicago 49 years ago. THE SEMINOLE Stockist buying remember -- -- ------

polo. The prize was won by Mrs. Dec. 5, 1934.Although I pair in gift box). New Manicure that QUALITY is of permanent I
Harry Fihlayson.Between I I Set. Travelint Zipper importance. .We specialize I .I'I..4T.I'.I'.I'.I'I.I'.4TIJllTIJllT I %
Igor Sikorsky of Bridgeport, approximately 60 ., in Quality Shoes at I
delicious sandwiches -.. 'I, Window
games / Bags, Etc. See DU-
Prices. We
and soda were served Conn., aero engineer and manufacturer -| miles of tunnels have been driven .. I Popular are nowoffering

by the hostesses pop Mrs. Waldo., 'born in Russia 46 years j I in the Los Aageles aqueduct project "' IQ ".. -play. New Snappy a special Styles assortmentof $2.50 I l S
Johnson Mrs. William Arnold and ago. through area regarded as i''IJ: W.J" W.:. MONDAY SALE I and $2.95 values, at per I A. S

I "gold country" trace of k ,, ,.. '
1+1.1'". James Brady. I no precious r- .. pair __ ---. $1.98
Enjoying the outing were MeS:' Dr. SeUkar ii!. Gunn. raniUrian. I metals has been reported. ; !: : 25 pieces: of 25c Printed Voile, I Special discount on all other I .

dames John W. Roberts George vice-president of the Rockefeller I fast colors, on sale Monday, Shoes Saturday and Monday

Billberry, Harry Pritchard, Rsy-'; Foundation New York born. in I per yard .._...._.._. _._j ._ 15c W

m nd Curry, Kathryn Thompson//' England 52 vesrs ago I Solid color Broadcloth regular Monday 8:30 A. M.
'' Jaek.ss.tlle. FlerU 15e yd. special yard _._.. lOc
Allan B. Cleare, Harry Flnlayson, CHAS. BIG REMNANT SALE
XmmmfrrA age Chiffon Voiles on sale S SELECT STOCK OF.
James Brady. Wialdo Johnson. and Gene'Ttnney: former champion human home-like Institution .. ,3 yards ..........,,_...... $ -OO All kiad ef Cottoa Rayoa' *
_WiIlirfml Arn 1d. in New York where you will find yrar IvdlTMaaleoinfort lad Silk Material.! em ., ,Misses, Camille Pierce Florrie pugilist born' City. a.< .. "'.... .... a matter New Sun Suits, sizes 1 to 5. .. C.-. early for best GOOD USED CARSNow
37 ,years ago. of great Importance. each .... _.__ ._- .*. 69Flaxon aelectie. NUFF SAID I --
Retchings Clara Yates Yolando; -
Dresses sizes 36 to

Mendoza Barbara Carey.Nellie Florence Louise Sawyer.Russell r One baby every four minutes, EXPERT SIGHT A steel rtri ...*' ......1.11I' Iseafed'j: '41.-on ale m_.'''''''''___. $I-OO Also on Sale-All Wpol Bath tp4 Offered At Amazing Prices

one death 'every eight minutes In She heart .f tile lty Handmade Baby Dresses and ing Suits ...-:..__ ..... 91.79

and Dorothy Cleare. was the flow and ebb of life in! TEST t Slips each ......._.....--.. 50c 2-piece Summer Shorts and

Texas during 1934. There were Every Room with Combination Tab; Boys' Silk Rayon Shirts with Tops $1.25 value '.-..- 75c Fords Chevrolets Plyraoulhs

Dance For Masons 121,508 births-, 63.552 deaths.PALACE I If you that have the need slightest glasses suspicion I Ceiling and Shower Fan Slat Bath.Door Radio.for S..mer'Eleetrlc1]|' Zippers ..............._._- $1.00 35e Panties ..__.. -,', _-. 2S

Here TonightA let ns give you a sight test. Ventilation Comfortable Beds .wIth| > Ladies Shorts, regular 75c, on Printed Batiste Night..._ ,.. .Gowns And Many Other Makes
you Mattresses! and o' Inner Individual Spring: Read.Constrnctlon -} sale .. ............ -?* SOe and Pajamas _... $1.00 i
Our glasses will not only provide I Pearl Handle Umbrellas. $1.49

Welcome: Dance for visiting: perfect vision. but will be Ins Lamps. 10 dozen Sheer Dresses all Printed Flaxons ..... _... lIe BUY NOW AND SAVE
RATES sizes on sale _...._ 50c
Masons will be held tonight at,theHabanaMadrid Chester Morris-Virginia Bruce smart and becoming. Sisgie u>rr- Solid Organdies 3 yards .. .Sle

flit ....... Private Bath __ Ae New Mallinson's Chiffon, per. SOc Printed Organdy, yd. 2Sc MELTZER MOTOR CO.
Club. A largj attendance SOCIETY'DOCTORTwo I DR.J.A.VALDESOrtog.a *. Reejsis, Private Beth ___ 2M yard -=:,....._._. $1.00 81x90 Sheets _.,..?...__.. SIc _
is expected at this affair.A 4e RemsiB. rrtvnte Bath 3,55 New Triple Sheers, oa sale Best 25c Printed Flaxons,

good musical program will be Comedies and Short Reel Soft-Lit LUeue 34 1* Sasiple R..ma.. a-VrlTate.. Private Bath _Bath,_ .4vS.. at .... .......m.......*._._. $1.00 3 yards ...--.........-.__, Me Caroline and New Streets Phone 377

furnished by the Habana-Madrid Matineei 10-15c NifKtt 15-25e ] 532 D-val Street .
Orchestra. j I ,_ : I"III Ii .I'''AI'.I"J .

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