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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1935
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
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VOLUME LVI. No. 127. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, :MAY 28, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS
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Papy Urges Plea To Retain,. HEAD OF MIAMI: fJtHt f Split In A. F. Of L Ranks 1 President's Veto Message Punctuated


CLUB .TELLS i

Key West Circuit J ide'Ini> ,, ;t Talked +$ t Gpital'- laborites:
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: ITSTODTOftf:it{ By Many :Salient Points On Recovery


Talk Before House Cwmnktee E. I _
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NAVABCOMMIWEElLEAVES II
'Great:: Speculation *< Over 1 -
THOMAS S. MEEK r TS'CALL 1' I r
< j 'MIAMJiVISITORSENfERTAINED 1 MEMORIAL rI
AT'.THE CITIZENT 'OFFICE ESTERDAY -\Results 0\( Next; .Convention DAYSERVICESUNDAY ( Roosevelt Fails To See


Asks Key West Resident RELIEF WAGES I TODAY; CAME 'IN' WITH In Various Issues -I: AT I: Wisdom In Unlimited


Circuit Judge Feature TO STIMULATE r HOMEMAKERS UNIT MEMBERS HAD MUCH SUC- Involved COLONIAL HOTELGROUP WELL AlT ENDED I i! Spending Despite Demands -


Remain In Judicial Re- 1 CESS ON FISHING TRIP I From Public
PRIVATE JOBS Thomas S. l>Meek president of I
ON BOARD IVY
circuiting Bill the Three Score and Ten Club of By HERBERT PLUMMER MADE UP OF THOSE EXERCISES HELD AT FLEMING r:I _

I I II Miami was a pleasant visitor at tar As..rla e4 Pre..) -1
FEO-;:
ORDER WAGES NOT WASHINGTON, May 28. HOLDING MEMBERSHIP IN STREET METHODIST II I By BYRON PRICE
The Citizen office lie
today. Members of the house committee I (thief mt .Bureau n. Ae*.eU e4
('..r,1, t. Tlr rne.r.bTALLAIIASSEE I BE MADE SO ATTRACTivE!iI came: with the Homemakers yesterday on naval affairs and other Word is being passed around in HOMEMAKERS: CLUB. AND CHURCH IN EVENING WERE Press, \\'...!.(1..)
28. On. feature of the .President's.
May and remained over until members of the house who were labor circVs here that the neatconvention WHO EXTENDED STAY' VERY IMPRESSIVE i iI
I TO LURE WORKERS FROM '
Eernie C. this afternoon. i I bonus veto-1u i. Mont rejectionof
-Representative in Key West for a short stay, hada of the American fed.I

Papy of Key West made a I PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT In January, 1925, :Mr. Meek great time fishing yesterday and era I ion of labor, meeting in Atlantic .. I I th. "pump priming theory ofrecovery
said, he met a lonesome man who returned to port with a : Several members of the Miami Beautifully impressive and .

strong plea before the House I! was a painter of landscapes was of excellent specimens.! City next fall, may produce -I Homemakers Club who remained, sacred throughout was the pre-: eems destined to receive -

judiciary ,committee' today i I (Indwstrial-Press Service) well supplied with this:., world's The party went out on- .numbet:1; *.fight to the,finish between over in Key West last night were j Memorial Day service at the Flem-'I ultimately far closer study
WASHINGTON) May 28.-'
.West1resi' I but lonesome because < I entertained with an informal! Sun-1 -U> .-bar been-1 accorded it thus
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urging'the'Key President Rooserelt' 'in his execu, goods was:'very d{rllhy as guests of < -the industrial sad trade tunMtsts.lB | ing Methodist Church :

'dent' ircuit judge'featurereriiatn tiye'order e.tabHshlr! *"age sched-j)! he could,not find people* of 4ti*"'of 'Lightho1hesrWiJliamr'W;J .rIyr' : f I gathering and musical in the! day evening*honoring the mem far.
pugnaciousJohn I"
u(1."I\1( > 1' his own ap with: whom to 'ass- DetneriUvand a numb fr'lef' i Key .;;:lounge of the Colonial hoteL One: ory of those who made>4he.tiu+:
fart the 'worVrelief ,9R..dinw.p;
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in the: 'judicial ire< 'program. i by-point to
hundred three members
Lewis. tla. -.it.1I seventy
president'of'
11 ciate. dter.A> number! >of'amberjack,| ; < preme sacrifice in past.wars. ,,
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resifted; the demand' of "prevail- f of the club and their friends visit <( t""Btale.t.'fth." preamble of
bill. i
circuiting lie was staying at the y. M.'C.A. among'* themseveral'*> 'monsters:; P'mtn >worker-and a .launch be. i Despite the extremely threatening :
n2age"; advocate!, and in ef.. I ed., Key West yesterday. weather, which develop -the-Patmstnbin-Mr: :R.elt d..
decided
The committee but' felt out of place' among lt.1\'tail and'grouper' and oth{ '
fecfc; 'ordered that federal wages, Iiever that .production work F. Townsend Morgan, directorof :shortly before the
today to leave in the bill the' I shall made younger men and was about to go ers of the 'many kinds in these waj f the art division of the Key, churchserttce.hour f'elared .witk '..Mxinrunr of direct.
11 not be so attractive u; ters. were caught. era should be organized by Industry the service was! well attend-
I to other town when he decided j West Administration attended
requirement that one of four to lure workers from private era-: some The Ivy returned to port about I. the and talked with led j with approximately four hundred -,I De...
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of is the gathering
I to approach Mr. Meek and by craft on and
judges in the new Eleventh 1!,I ployment to the government pay!' tell him his troubles. 3 unlock and board after the getting theta f war path i several: of the visitors relative t.oI ,: fifty and persons appropriate presentt.Beautiful mu-1 j "The final 'whereas clause
luggage planes
i roll. : "I listened to his troubled tale," on they I the art project here. Plans alsoI i'ICII'aa arranged by Mrs P. B. [ stating that spending the moneyi
Circuit in
reside
Key West. visitors left ; Miami.
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once
However, due to tae complicit Mr. Meek told The Citizen, "and or The trade-union-controlled executive -I were discussed for showing paintings -j Roberts, choir director, and an !i i the most effective means of

Representative Papy expressed -,i ed formula used in establishing: decided to give the matter some I I council of the A. F. of L.1: done by Administration artists -; appropriate memorial service was I i i hastening recovery, is so ill-con-

a belief that the I 1 I the work-relief scale and the thought. I discussed it with my I RECORDING TIMEVOLUNTEER has banded Lewis and his allies in northern cities and in 1r .;: preached by the Reverend Shuler i sidered that little comment is
I I wife and the idea grew until I )ami. Peele pastor of the church.A j jI
House will concur in this multiplicity of factors that permit -!; formulated a plan which I hoped one of the most important setbacks ,I George Mills White, director of! tribute was paid to the oldest i I necessary.**

provision when the bill !!|i'I exceptions to be made, it is:: would bring results." I UNIT time. they It came have in received the in council's a long the music section of the Administration I, and youngest veteran present and' I| He added that thevast ap.

!possible that politico-bureaucrats }lr. Meek advertised in the papers the Anaconda | sang several vocal se.lections .-; also to the Gold Star Mother, Mrs. i I propriations spent; and about to

comes up for a'ote this II!i, may be able \.) virtually nullify'' in Miami calling on men andt ruling on copper i as did Mrs. Janice Maloney -i' Adranna Sands. Charles II. Ketch- I be spent by the present administration -

week. [: the president's order. A total of women who were approaching orj ENDEAVORING TO HAVE ALL case.Various craft unions given'I Lewis. Antonio L de Quin-,, urn, Camp Commander. B. H. Mc-,
I 1 had passed the 70 year mark, tot were I: tana of Miami played several Calla Camp. U. S. W. V.. received were "predicted, not on
Judge Jefferson B.i; 80 different wage bases are set, assemble. at a certain place at aj I RECORD CARDS IN OF. about 400 employes of Anaconda 1 i 1 piano numbers for the visitors. All the honors for being the oldest!: the; mere spending of money to

Browne the present Monroe I uj. under the or e-, depending:; certain: time and discuss the proposition -! FICE BY JUNE 1 under a ruling of the council who:' the entertainers were applauded veteran with Past Post Command-' hasten recovery," but on a desireto
claimed the mine mill
; the region the skill of the: were by 'I
upon of associating with per-j, heartily. I| er U. J. Delgado receiving the'i save homes farm, industry
county judge would thereby "'orkerand the population of the| sons of their own age instead off j and smelter workers, as industrial Many guests of the hotel availed i i honors for being the youngest.\!

remain on the bench. His largest city or town in the county.f I those of younger generation. j unions. I themselves of the entertain J Each veteran \II'a.1'Jtiven pink and i and banking, and provide jobs and

The lowest scale was set for the f, He felt there would be found) A concerted effort H being Lewis Voted Down ment. || red radiance buds Mrs.\ Sands!I relief.

present commission expires deep South while the highest j enough people who were hungry;, made this week to have all record The ruling angered Lewis. He:!i Among those attending the affair v.as presented with a lovely basketof I I I This is a clarification of pur-

June 21. lOCale was! ordered for New Eng.! for the association with people of cards: of volunteer work done by announced he will appeal to the were: Mrs. Addison Hall,', lilies. '. pose which will be news in many

land, middle western southwestern -)' their own age to form a club and' Key Webtcia in the offices of the convention in Atlantic City to'.woman's. page editor of the MS-' Scan Enacted !!: quarter, for it states a theory

1 and Pacific coast states. expected a charter membeship of Key West Administration by back his stand without reservations anti Daily News, and organizer of quite contrary to that which often

FISHINGPARTYj( t Monthly srlatie5.w1U.he_ pqid?jn-j t siHly.50. Several of his associates June..}. 14 .else'be-will precipitate. a'' the homemakers dab; Mrs. Hajtin-t t 'A t ty"e rooclnsioa of the _"*r>|i i has been'attribafedloathe'Rooec-
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stead of daily wages. Salaries t in tfe idea thought the Nearly 3000 persons already I show-down battle. : Illingworth. Mrs. Wallace B.". mon a } emorial Day Memory"tribute :, nit administration.

range from $19 a month for number would be possibly less than have turned in their cards and I The situation be this : Kirke Bradford i paying homage to the
unskilled teems to : Mrs. Myrtle Taylor -: Theory Held By Some
ENJOYS OUTING1. workers in southern; states that, he said. j have received certificate of discharge =! parted veterans, was
( Lewis joined the president of chairman of the art division;: de-I
from the Volunteer Work : This consisted of There is plenty of expert sup.
scene an
in Region IV, to $94 a month for On the appointed ,day he was the western metal miners union::' of the Florida Federation of Women's -
I CofJos. These have coutributed inated cross witheterans of port for the assumption that
and technical workers at the several hundred |
professional surprised in his contention that the mine Clubs; Mrs. Ray H. Youngi:
1,448,173, which are 112.610 World War and Spanish American "mere spending"! will hasten recover -
in Region I. States! are people who replid to his advertise- mill and smelter workers should:I Mrs. W. Beardsley Judson Mrs. j
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ROY M'KILLIP LANDS LARGE in to the following regions -- ments and after discussion of.hours more than they had pledged. '' War standing at "parade rest. 1 ).
grouped a take in all employes "in an.I'Pearl A. Wamsley, Miss Jeuelle( ]!
I Albert C. Manucy\ head of the Owing to the fact that all civil Some of the world's leading
JEWFISH MANY OTHER : j the matter the Three Score andj about the mines" just as the united Wamsley. Mrs. E. E. Fowler, Mrs.\ ,
I '! research section of the Administration i( (i war veterans who resided here economists hold such a belief.
month Ten Club formed with large
I a
$40 $94 was
to a mine workers take in all Charles Sherwood Mrs. Jackson, ]
VARIETIES TAKENA Connecticut. Maine. Massachuelt -' charter membership and today it' said this morning that the em- t i, have long since; passed away, their! They argue that the depression,
ployes at the coal mines whether S. Golden Mrs. A. S. Butterford.j
\ and aid of Dr. Ar- ; f: honored and in its phase. Is due large-
cooperation ( memory was represented present
!!, New Hampshire New Jer-" is a flourishig!) organization with miners or carpenters. Mrs. Lorena Leonard, Mrs. .C. IX:j:.
Pennsylvania,! 2231: members.Mr. mando Cobo B. S. Sawyer and !I!, by flags of the ConfedI ; ly to a paralysis of money circulation
New Y rk.
sey. The Stilwell Mrs. T. S. Meek an,11J
craft union ,
members of the ]
others have been obtained, in furnished 1 members of'' that if will
an by governments
Illinois,| Meek is satisfied that Key I rraey ;
fishing party composed of Roy Rhode Island. Vermont. \ I
council voted down Mr. Gillette. j
Lewis and
\ We't would be wonderful place effort to get all cards in this ,I., thp local U. D. C. } spend! the resulting increase in
McKillip, Captain and Mrs. O. T. Indiana. Michigan, a George I Berry of the printing'Ipressmen's I Mrs. Clayton Sedgwirk Cooper:
1\linne'ota'f' with its attractions ,and week. Dr. Cobo is utilizing the Suspended above the crow was I II | private buying power is certain to
Ohio. Wisconsin many
Pogue and Kev.: Cox of the Baptist -i collection of the union, another indus-;I president of the homemakers star and front
fornta Colorado. Idaho Montana healthful climate to form just organization ',Io gold on of lheI j I expand eventually to a point
| trial unionist. Lewis' second club, remained in Key West and]
Church conference Cuban Club.CHANGE. ally battered helmet. At where the of will
enjoyed a cross was a tie-up
Nevada. New Mexico Oregon, such a club and will be glad todiscusS !1 I currency
the council-David is this afternoon with|
on Dubinsky, returning Ifhe
( foot the beau-'
vr cross were be broken.
pleasant afternoon Satur- Wyoming. { the matter with any per-
very on Utah. Washington,
Mohtn son of the required age/; in this president of the Ladiesarnirf.it; the others. I| tiful flowers, symbolic of thescene I| They point out that in timesofprocperity
day in the 'waters at No Name II-$32 to $79 a j SAILINGS workers-was absent the!1 1 This: morning a special showing '
Iowa Kansas Missouri. Nebraska I| city, who will write him at his r when t and setting they represent- it always is true that
vote taken. of the two reel film of Fort '
was |:
ed. Immediately behind the
Key.A North Dakota, South Da-i address in Miami. 't cross money changes hands rapidly.
large catch was made consist- kota. Delaware, District of Co-,| OF MALLORY LINE) Arguments Advanced Jefferson ,mas presented at the'I,I were the American flag and! Le-I People are buying, businesses are
Monroe Theater. \
ing of different varieties of small-. lumbia. Maryland. West Virginia. : i I.i Lewis and his fellow)) industrial Mrs. Kirke arranged -I gion, Post colors which furnis expanding and the came dollar
CLUB the .
STAMP NOW for
showing.PINEAPPLES
er fish, while several large peci-;| Ill-$21 to $75 a Month I unionists contend that. divided or, : "n attractive background for passing from Jones to Brown to
I Kentjcky. t ganization means divided strength'! ,, scene. Smith works overtime to keep
Arkansas.
wens were a'&o.taVen.! j LoUiSiana.i PERTAINS TO SHIPS PLYING'B I
Oklahoma. Texas, BECOMES ACTIVE J I' of bargaining power with employ,,. ARE At conclusion of-the/vrmon trade> and ,industry active.
The prize catch of the'ouling; a 1 t the ]light j w- turned ,off and
ere ;
l' IV---$19 to $75 a Month ,YAlahama Y I TWEEN.KEY'WESTAND''GALV, era M&nytWg employers also This t.heoryappears in many
two hundred .\\II'" 'jeWfMiY tfas,.I" Florida Georgia. }.lis-. : ";' favor ;in4 JftJial.nnjop} I, .snj, to saveduplicate +': : veteran of the two last waca tiled guises;, one of the most exaggerated

landed by Ms'LMcKiiip'tdith: ; the *f' ipf>*.- North Carolina, South! "' ,' >tiS'Ht.j N,, ,1. 'I bargaining. ,i j I 'f', SENT FROM HERE: slowly in and took their places* by;I is that provision the

I able assistance ot'lhe'bthertireiaiberi'ot ,'* ) Carolina, "!'Tennessee j KEY WEST PHILATELIC SOCIETY ""tft' dJ\IUMld.'l' Elimination "joristlictional, the lighted cross These men Townsend ld-age pension planwhich
the imrtyvl'' :'t f ;'f DRIVE FOR .< h. -'>. .*i ..t1 strikes'! also is advanced by 'I ?" ----.1>- I. wore thRjWPff t *** imnfcrtnt! -'of: ,proposes that the anoneypaidont
The first fish'taugkt; hits"lt%*-l! STARTS f.d' t Rli1IJ .., '' ,isytme Ihrir' perlU7tH( (} Ui -' *.-
Changes in ,i labor le aders is. a rcapofl'forW i 2 ; OVERDONE THOUSAND CARS n J by .the government in
pound yefluwtail, afliTulwiift'Vjiij' RELIEF''' GROUP I NEW MEMBERSHIP. \ Lines, V rl ot".UJe'l"'C1rde'1lal1ory ji gamzation" \>i'"' j Industry ra\hu\ orial wreath wes laced at the') pensionsmust be-spent by the recipients .

hauled'in, Iev. (rcpteUUfiat,! (; f"t t Gafveston to key West. \\ere,,an-. than 'by et :rt Construction! jobs' SHIPPED OUT DUR. 'I' foot of Hhe eroS by tdhn' A. Phe- within a stated time.
"\II'e'I\II' ill' have 1'ol'beUf-r'tliiin l { nounced C. E. Sniitb, I Ian.
nj i I: ARRIVES HERE today by particularly, often- are tied up for ING SEASON Someone has named this general -
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this! because v/e can't prove our The Key Wt'St. Philatelic Sot'idy's general agent of the company in.' long periods when one union 1], Reprcsrtatives in this scene method of operation "pumppriming"

angling ability with such a small ;: f membership drive rot un-I Key West. j strikes in protest to certain work,: -- t were John A. Phelan, U. S. N.; a process by which

take." |I : der way Friday, it U stated T. Heretofore the vessels have arrived -J going to another craft. !i i Leon Sawyer. U. S. A., and George the government puts out enoughto
In reply, Mr. McKillip said: OFFICIALS COME HERE TO from Galveston on alternate Shipments of pineapples from ; F.. Spencer. Department Adjutant.U. .I
; five new members added to the Work on the labor department get the general flow of currency
"Jut wait a minute, and I'll show'you i Friday In the future vessels Key West; Sunday and this morn- !i S. W. V. Phelan and Sawyerare
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| CONFER WITH GILFOND j rolls. They are Miss Mary Fay I building .Washington, for example circulation going again.
total date
ing brought the to tnj
how to catch a large one. j McCuIlahan. Messrs. Arthur Pas- will arrive on alternate Mondays : World War veterans and members -'
was stopped for weeks Urged On President
This indicates aid
the one-launder on with the 1008 cars. of the local American Legion
Roy hooked ON LOCAL MATTERS torini. Hugh Moore, John Lowe beginning next Monday I i once when two unions had
I IIt a dispute -
and cart it overboard -!1 'lone representative of shippers That the "pump priming"theory
a jewfish line, arrival of the Pecos. ;I post.' ,
had the ---- 1 i and Earl Wall. Wen-I over which should put the i from Havana that this year's shipments has been urged upon Mr.
and no sooner On the Pecos will be II. G. Service Thursday
The drive is to run
fi'b-I It membership of covers on the radiators. j will CESily! go ahead of those Roosevelt often and forcefully is
ing! tackle struck the water, Arriving by train today was a: for two months it is said. The zel passenger traffic manager i: j last The Memorial Day ''Committee I
the line, and the lines, who for bu! pull on comes a s
was a group of officials connecte-l with member getting the greatest num- will make its final report on the
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load
with the with j SPONGE Sunday rooming 21 car That! come of his chief advisers
consultation Agent
then! SALES j
ness
battle started right |I
r the relief and -cterans camps pro-: ber of new members will receive j transferred to 37 refrigcrn- program for the exercises to be r,
his were believe strongly in it is
Wenzel equally
hauled in after : Smith. Mr. is making
fine specimen; being 'granu' in Florida, coming fw at! a prize of 200 different stamps ton and this 18 carload I held om Thursday afternoon at the !;
visit to agencies of the 1 morning knowledge, although it
a lengthy, fight. 1'I conference and to look ovjr the' according to announcement made regular AT DOCK TODAY; received on the ferry last night I regular post meeting to be held common 19
lines in the United States. i quite true that a search of the
Of this is really'nothing I II I
course and
I relief situation in Key Wet: today. I were transferred into 29: refrigerator tonight it was stated by the chairman '
dent.
out of the ordinary for Roy, on the keys. 1! The object of the society is expressed -- -- 'ri 1 mtkwr total for the of the committee.The Pre8 own recommendations
:: cars
because he is a aemi-professional due'I It is the intention of th? mem-i: in the Preamble of their I }WARBLER TAKES .I OVELTHREEtTI4Ol s',Atli.l !t'o fl .! two days of jSG'cars shippe 1 out.jl program win be published I he to congress advocated fails to"mere disclose spend.that
angler, but much credit is hers of the party, it was said, to I I II constitution; as follows: 1 tomorrow and according to the; ever"

the others for the many fine i I hold a conference at the Colonial| "We. the Stamp Collectors of I 'LAits' ; WORTH rq t committee will be interesting t ing.
specimens they landed during the : hotel. and later this afternoon con-I!: Key West Fla. realiztag/the/ ,;tiin-' SHORT CRUISE ,; : t. PRODUCTS j CUBA BRINGS IN ..i and impressive throughout with He asked for the original $3-

trip, it is stated. 1 fer with M. E. Gilfond, administrator portance of organizing* a' stamp ; DISPOSED OF I vocal numbers interspersed ,with'' 300,000.000 public works appropriation -

I in Key West. j club tor .mutual 1 benef it.,formed I r, .: 103 PASSENGERS! the ceremonies. The same organizations j for instance "to starta

In the group are Mervin: Por-1 on ,.Jan. ,11.. 1935;:the tKft ;West VESSEL WENT OUT FOR PURPOSE C\\! \ i:' t "iW i:' ",1: : that were invited to join I large program." of direct employment -

ter. federal director of veterans' PhflateHe Society1"*iin order to provide : Offering! pf. tspgnges. ?at-,t.heJ i the, church service have also been j He recommended thr

BE SURE TO ATTENDTHE camps; J. B. fare, tate auditor facilities for the exchange of ,OF'CAUBRATINGCOMPASS municipal: sponge wharf''thisj 1 invited io join in the parade and!; $4,000,000,000 appropriation of

I lor the relief administration,Jack-I tiews and suggestions among ourselves morning totalled 13,370.08. Moats i Steamship Cuba of the P. and I other activities of the day and it i ii. ; 1935 "principally for giving workto

sonville; R. B. Watson, regional and thus to secure a spiritof 1 of the offerings were bought by; O. S. S. company returned yesterday : is expected that several unit that j those" unemployed on the relief

field examiner of the relief ad-! cooperation in aiding the ad- i one firm. j from Havana with 77 first : were not at the church erviee rolls.

POLICE BALL AND t I ministration, Washington; W. H.1! vancement of the Educational and Sailing this morning was the The largest Bum paid for a lot,) class passenger and five second l i will be in the parade. t.I

D. Hinchman, assistant. regional I) Recreational feature: of the Hobbyof Wrecking Tug Warbler to cruise was $752 for 200 bunches of wooL''class for Key West; 21 first class Delegates and alternates for the FINDS BEAR IN TREE

CABARETTOMORROW I engineer, Atlanta; A. J. Little, J-..t Stamp Collecting? around the inner harbor and calibrate Other lots brought bids ranging: for Tampa making total of 103, Legion state convention to be held ,

assistant director, veterans work The society states that mem- the compasses. from $140 to $601 with several]' passengers. in Daytona Beach daring the early SULTAN, Wash.-Earl Warrenof

NIGHTHABANAMADRID i I program in Florida; J. B. Flaherty -!:; bership is open to all Stamp Collectors smother reason for the sailngwa lots bringing less than $100. Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba part of June will be elected at this city, sawing into an immense -

ty legal adviser veterans work: i and the unit expresses a it make accurate tests of the One lot of 203 bunches: brought yesterday! afternoon with 18 cars this meeting and other matters of hollow tree trunk routed

CLUB program; F. B. Ghent hope that any collector who is not radio Compasses which have been a bid of $510 which was refusedby of pineapples 8062 crates one importaee to veterans will be out a bi ig.h ar, which fled leavinga

I I veterans camps on JatkSOnville.1; yet a member, will join and help ,feeeistly added to the vessel safe- the owner. All of the offer ear of tankage and seven miscellaneous handled according to a bulletin bunch of black far la the ..w'.

I Martin, auditor from i put Key West on the stamp map. ty feqtiipment. ings were wool and yellow. cars. (Continued on Pap Four) teeth.

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t JANE ADDAMS 1 '_ J position had a great deal to do! ........................

: bt <
t...b"...... ;.Uuly CMopt SiMMtaT Br The death of Miss Jane Addams_ in Sixteen government buildings'
pilE CIT: *K1: STiBMSiHWC Co. IBO.L. Birthday Cake to Quintuplets j jfI DAYS GONE BY .t Fort Taylor reservation which; Anniversaries
Chicago a,few days removes of'
. ago one
P. ARTMAW. a. M at.FromTa I have not been used! since' the ware I .. ..
.. Happenings Here Jut 10 a ........ ......S
CKItvai I.UUdlaa.Coro the most remarkable women America has Yearal jl. now being offered for *aJe.;;
.r 6see-.a$4 dam Stt..u Her achievements settle- ywfia' 4':: *A ; 1'\' .. Today A. Take 1, under orders from Washington.. 1758' -Joseph I. GuiUoUn. thEFrenc.oh -
I produced. as The File Of The Ctie i
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Dally: 'Ncwtpaper to Key: Welt and Ifonroa ment worker, social and political reformer, '.. n <::4 The sale war of the department ordered and sealed-the- name to physician the gui lotin who. born.gave Diet his
: i iXfi' property
covet? author lecturer and ardent peace advo- i : : Key West property is the best, bids are being received at the March. 26, 18 J 4.
..trd at 1ey West Florida. aa Meond elasa matUr I ( -
her world-wide office of the
I cate, brought fame. : investment in America is the quartermaster at;
FIFTY-SIXTH TEAK i Key West barrack include 1759-William Pitt famed
Born in Cedarville 111., September 6, opinion -of .Jod Pierre,, Buildings -
: ,. : ....: <,j.f: Y. (} e Henry nine barracks, three me!!"; English! .statesman born.Jan. Died!
.L.* Asaoelated N..h.e.t Piss tk.!. .AaMetat xeUdvelr Prey'ntU.d to M* I860 Miss Addams had the benefit of an *' <;!{" r '* :; ... -,' Indianapolis lawyer, globe; trotter halls))!! and one warehouse. t 23. 1806.
-.r rcpablirmtlun of all nvwa dipatcha wcditvd t.. unusual education supplemented by sev- I : t: and keen observer, who arrived1! -... I
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it .or local nut .ott..*'erwt.. published. credited h.r.In. this paper and alat.th eral! years of foreign travel.In ','Jt; :. ; yesterday .agdthe, '; \ guest of G)\ At a meeting of the Key West, 17 9-Thomas Moore. Irish
$ : r' : Shrine Club last night \ Died Feb. 26. 1802
prepara l'Oef.111m.
A. White of the Oversea Com-' ;
with Ellen : : .
1899 Gates she .
Starr ..
1 1.lJ tions were started' for the recenttion
t IONM LD1TORIAIASSOCIATION ...... .. pany..Ti jo H9 *tre!sed the fac.-t' l
1<< : .' opened the Hull House settlement in Chi- ." ,. that Key We'ts\ just f'O large to be given visiting members'of 1607-Jean Louis R. Apasizfamed .
<::::/y I p.3 5 cago, of which she has since been the "'v ::''.:'''\ '. and cannot be made any larger the organization, who-will come, Swiss naturalist who came

Sl'BSCRIfTIOV! HATES I head. Her interest in sociological theories i..lJ Like New York he fa.nl. it is an about ZOO strong to take part in to Harvard in 1848 and revolutionized -
the ceremonial
big to be held in
the method and dire-;
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. Test caused her to devote her life to practical Y island and with each expansionof Key West July 4.
on
' ax 9dontks fee r; + Approximately tions of studies' in natural scienci'
Tae three.)-Ua Month..--._-... I t60.., efforts in behalf of the poor and degraded, I 1 i. r ; ; =! business will increase.the price It of was real Judge estate 200 members will be in the country born. Died at
. ..s.1ADitRTU14Q ,initiated into the order during, Cambridge. Mas.. Dec. 1873-
14
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Meekly a work in which she achieved marked suc I! Pierce who said when Woodrow the ceremoniaL
!' HATES! | Wilson was made president of
Mad .fctMtwn on anelf.tton cess. I Princeton University "someday 1818-Pierre G T. Beaurejrard.celebrated .
aI.aaIA.LII: ICfcJthanka: She had honorary degrees from sev- 1 i 1 Domingo J. Milord, Cuban consul Confederate commander
he will) be of New Jersey -
All .aadk.a "fl'-' calls .f- resolution .( governor at 2ey West has been madean
:or pee. obituary: notlrea. etc., irill b. charged for at eral American universities and in 1910 i | and then become president of the born new New Orleans. l>ici
,Le rate. of :e cents a line.N .1-,1 ikkt& I! United States." honorary member of the Cu- there, Feb. 20, 1893.1831'Charles .
n !ro. for entertainments by chureaea from'whlcmt she was given the first honorary degreeever ban Legion of which Luiz Valdez
r....M... U to b. bestowed by Yale on a woman. As who has visited with boy scouts
Cltteea la an rpn forum and Invite dlaeBBon : Stod.lard.
A.
,< pr public j..u f9 and aabjecta of oral or general president of the Woman's International I The congregation of the First troops ;to Key West on a number
nr ret but It will not pnblUh anonymous common!- Xew YOlk Presbyterian clergyman !' -
...u....... I Baptist church will meet at the of occasions is the president. Thelegion inBoston.
editor and born
League for Peace she presided over con- author
(I parsonage this afternoon to, greet. was founded about one .
Died June O.18SAl.by
5. I
ventions at The Hague Zurich, Vienna 1 I the new pastor Rev. W. F.. K. year ago by boy scouts and Free.

Washington Dublin and Prague.In James, who is due to arrive from masons! and on its! membershiplists : Leach noted Vassar .

SIDELIGHTS 1931 she shared the Nobel Peace 1{''I Jacksonville. Kev, James comes, ,are some of the. most prominent ', Cobepe; professor of Greek.ideal .
in Havana
from Greenville, Alabama.\ A young men educator born at BrotklotvMaw.
prize with Dr. Nicholas ,Murray\ Butler I cordial welcome will be extendedthe society Died Dec. 29. 1918.
By MARCY B. DARNALL and the same year was given the Bryn new pastor when he arrives on
o'clock train. t Editorial Comment: That height
Former Editor'of The Key W_t cities Mawr achievement award of $5,000. I "OABY JANE" QUIGLEY, tiny Is now used to guard the food eup- the 350 reached at the ofaother's 1884-A very Hopv:ood.. playwright -
trnfrersal Pictures '"ctarleV|i ply of tbe celebrated bablc.tl. AnVother expense .. collaborator with M..rv
While by some Miss\ Addams was considered downfall be
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la seen here holding a bicttxiay& I Ek>ctrolax refrigerator was A wedding of interest because1 can never Roberts Rinehart in "The flat"
Originators of "prosperity club) i quite radical in her social and cake that the clever little ncrren' used in the remote Canadian the social standing the contracting permanent. born in Cleveland. Died JulJ 1.
chain letters promise 15,625 dimes,to gul- political views, no one ever questioned -player had especially baked in : northnoods D I 0 D'n e'! firmhonse Iof parties was performed I i 1928.
Deputy United States Marshal !
lible persons who fall for the, racket. The her sincerity or the fact that she performed -: .jl I' lets Hollywood In Canada.for th*This famous cake qUID Is her:ip- where at ar time quintuplets when tho'If'rfshablebu-were born Monday; afternoon by Judge Hugh' Andres LOpez today at' the ........_..Ill.'n ....
chances are about 15,625 to' 1 that a vic- yeoman service for distressed humanity personal gift to tbe notable I>.onne I man milk with -which they were Gunn. The groom wes Dedidiero. customs bone destroyed a number -' THE SEMINOLE
the of their 'fed hourly needed tbe protection Ferreira Ruiz and Miss Cri tina of picture films. The
babies occasion
tim will not receiveeven one dime. But on moving
life.
.. during her long I'I anniversary+ celebration cf III>-ttHlate refrigeration. Marquez'y Marquez. both of Havana : films carried records of boxing: :
it will be amusement while it lasts.
some The amiliag film "starlet' taa Vaty: Jane" appearing In "Al'as jffuss\ MarquAc accompaniedby exhibitions! which had 1 been tanned Fdy 1
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.-- DOCTORS WHO SCARE US. I I just taken tbe cake Intended fur nary Dow. with Sally Eilers. U her mother, Mrs. Ria Mar-' by the .government from ;
Ina most unusual will the late dicta- tLe quintuplets from a refngeiator!; : I auto sending+ to the quintuplets asa quez and Mr.; Ruiz, arrived on''lshowings"' on the screen. i
tor of Poland, Marshal Pilsudski, directed like! the one sent from the Electrolux I. birthday present the live "Baby I the steamer from Havana and I II
In recent years the idea that every- I plant at Evansville Indiana< to Jane" dolls sitting at the foot of directly after the arrival the :Miss Nt'w'' p is.
Marie Nelson of
that his .heart be placed by the side of his one should have a rigid medical examination -I the little! Dafoe Hospital! where It I the refrigerator.rTODAY'S t-iemony was performed. Me.: and York and Albert Cruz! son of Mr. > ; >aN

mother's ashes in Vilna, that his body be at least whether he fe.els.1 1------ .I Mrs.\ Ruiz left the same! afternoon and 1\(111.\ Tony Cruz, of Key
once ayear, ---- -- -- -- -- >s'Jertcee.
buried in Cracow, and that his brain be 'any symptoms disease or not, has been 1 I for a honeymoon in Palm Beach."I West! were married on Tuesday

given to the Anatomical Institute of War- advocated insurance evening by Rev. William FBryant .
by leading companies. I lil. r'terldaflits.
[[ WEATHER ] want to thank The Citizen in the Fleming Street '. U. f.HIM-H. tia..g.r
saw.
There is doubt such
that
no examina-I and the 'people -of Monroe countyfor parsonage. A reception was held, A human, hnmr-ttk invtiinltonr
tions frequently disclose incipient their :support in opposition to after the wedding at the Cruz where y..u will find rear I..".....,
An odd list of prizes was offered at home on William street % "'."\ red .t.r..I..C M nevi,'
diseases which may he checked or cured by 1 Tem .1 I WEATHER CONDITIONS' the proposition to form the new, I-r ... great Impnrtanre.Hr .
a recent benefit party held by the Cleveland I Redlands county" laid L. L.1 1l I
early treatment. : ltighei!t ....... l I I
Osteopathic society. First prize was I Chandler, secretary of the organization A steel flva.r..r I k.lldl.. Sera1Nis
: The practice of periodical examina-1 Ixiweat ........... A trough of low pressure extends KEY WESTCOLONIAL Ike bract .f the clay
which
a major surgical operation; second, obstetrical Mean ...'. ... this morning from the upper started opposition" HOTELIn !,
tion is attended element of : I TO- the proposed bi'I. "The solid
service; third, removal of tonsilsor by one danger, Normal Mean\ J Jft Lake region soi.thwe ward : .>ry Room with O..ml,lnatlr{ >n Tub,.
opposition from which The Citizen and Shower llalh l adio. EIceire'eiling !
however according to Dr. Charles Hunter : over the uptM Rio Grande Vti the Center .of the Buines Slat PII..r for Summer
adenoids. Winners not needing the I and the people of Key West pre- ; Fan
.Winnipeg, who warns physicians against ky..ith a disturbance centralover Theater Di.trid .tU.tlen. Can.tor/side lie** with..
services offered were pejmitted to trans- Yesterday's northwestern Missouri Kansas -1 I sented in opposition! to the j>ro- and MatlrrHftr nf Inner :;"prln frtrnrtion ..-
the of diseases unless and IndiTlrtnal Ka-
suggesting
fer their prizes to other persons.O. presence Normal I City, 20.74 inches; while the ,BENJAMIN LOPEZ Pint Clan-Ftr i c..f- 'InK temp
they are quite certain of their diagnosis.He Thl* rrrurt continues R"TF.tI
hitch
pressure over
,. ... : FUNERAL 'SeB.n U ftatn
f ; mt It ; HOMEUblUlM E
O. McIntyre gives a cynical friend's ,states that he has seen healthy people '. To'"m I i'I Southeastern sections Charleston i I 1 ::rsrn, S. c., 30.24 inches and another, J 49 Y.ar. .
COFFEE _.. .lilt
l SHOP NOW OPEtWralr M H r** ale Balk :
slant on classic literature thus: A classic develop actual symptoms only after a medical Sun rises; --- :: high!; pressure area U moving( in" K.7 Watf <2U.
is a Look whose name eyeryone knows, examination in which the examinerhad Sun sets ...." over: the northern Plains Hat ca.' 24-He.r Amb_Un .s..c. .c..... I : MMMBB, rnviote Hath .tlalb. 9JM......
:::: ::::::: :: : \\nf.ton.! W. 'D.. 30.08 inches. I 1 Uc- EmbalmefI I M talm.le KMIBUI. Private '
Moon uses :
but which no one has ever read. It is de- suggested the possibility of organic r. .. .p....W P..... t si.IGIIT i>rHi-:'sn' foil IHII ni.n
.
Moon sets .. .... :',Light to moderate rains have occurred I 1)* "IIi.ItI.A..WI ot'C I:r.\\: ;I'
rived from two .Greek.words-"class" (the trouble, and he declares that it "is high i since yesterday morning in, .
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book .has: class: ) and sick (it makes you time to protest against the physicians instilling portions of the Rocky Mountain I,
doubt and fear in and Plateau regions and there:! I..IfTI.l I..I111.
sick.) a healthy per- High .-.-......--. : :;j have been !showers and thunderstorms -' :....................................................... ..............
son. Low............... from the? central Plains I
Persons holding government decora- It would seem incredible that any reputable Barometer 8 I I States northeastward over the'I

tions in Manchukuo will soon be as plentiful physician knowing as he does the Sea level, 30 lower Lake region. being heavy

as Kentucky colonels, according to a of suggestion, should intimate thata in western Mi(soari Kansas City,

news dispatch which states that 6,970 power person examined may be diseased unlesshe I have 1.82 inches.also occurred Light on local the showers Florida II.I'' HOT

medals of various classes of the Order of is positive that such is actually the case. (Till 8 p. .t'I) I, KeT'rnperPttrt'S have fallen WEATHERS

the Prosperous Club are being manufactured But if Dr. Hunter is correct in his statement Key West \ ; I Mountain throughout and mot Plateau of the regions Peony.

in Osaka while. an advance order sometimes I
it appears that they do "and have risen in the middle Mis.
for 30,000'more to .be awarded next year make such mistakes. t e&M t t|| tissippi and Ohio Valleys and SS

has also been placed. t i throughout most of the Atlantic I as.'
I r anJ East Gulf State
WORK TOGETHER HERE I : SPECIALTIES
; O. :'.. ]KEXNniJY.Official I
Two adventurous and talented sisters. in Charge: .

Misses Joan and.Betty! :.Rayner of,New.,Zea- The Citizen again urges its readers to I \ t I

land, are sing'inp'their"! way: ,arojmctJI the be ever alert in co-operating for the pro: ; I I................. .......

world, rr'a''!\ina; ,specialty i :({ sarnljig and gress .,of the entire community. Joint action Y.l.: t., l.: Today's[ Horoscope
.t 1
singing the: popular l j h alladsahd.'iolk! :'songs harmoniously proceeding, can work. ,t- ; : 1f, .... ...... ............ : I :

of the countries they visit*.Tbey i ave;just untold. wonders with any town or county. < ... f I. The':native of;!this day'Is. ve5.nd :

finished art, engagement i in Berlin!. ,;, and a.re' As has been said before 'the greatest ibc*: *No nd; ; op,.li nJr., :affab13! 'and J rouri -' rIce ; a
: ;tteou+; full: Ort a pint of quiet! cnn Cream FreezersaWater Coolers
on their way again. their automobile 'with feature that lies before Key West is-th. l.4+' y2winds. J i r-tmeit and happiness.1 The mind:!' : ji

tourist trailer attached. development of a good town in which to Floridn: = 1"[ j ill)) be 'though-fal and pontly! *

live a good locale for children a sturdy oIeday. rttlier passive!! bit strong.: UHh'prod : .

Ohio is proposing a constitutional defense for the moral influences that Juk\tn. I : memory though *ap.itinePeihaps -. = Thermos Bottles and Jugs \\i
small '
amendment permitting the operation of a govern human living. Gentl tc i.:.' "; !vying! this perscm ext're.siv may{nr p.er retI :
'
state lottery, the profits to be used for relief Let us not become so engrossed with I and fair "c' : i i I toe world on fire though there : :

purposes.. While the idea, of a public commercial and industrial ambitions that .It''d! )' should be some success, put **o o
I Iilt; Gn.f.; : !' r!eepill" be lo"- because of that: i! i
lottery would be abhorrent to many, it we lose sight of the great purposes of com- i cculhvasi; scn I t r. ct.Your 1

might be as well, after all, to allow something munity life. That we desire a bigger more I .t'- _____--.--. -- .

of the kind, instead of the many prosperous Key West is natural but along 1.-.. !l = ELECTRIC FANS ji

fraudulent enterprises which flourish with- with the ambition for greatness should goa ,31 s:

out benefiting anyone except their unscrupulous determination for right living. Vacation


promoters.-- ADVERTISING IN KEY WEST you are going to summer school}, or plant,I IIf t I : :

J. Edgar Hoover efficient director of i ning a motor trip or any journey,, you ill : $$1.$5 to $$10.95. |

the division of investigation of the Department The good will created by advertising I safer ami more at ease if you are sure -that the I t I I

of Justice, whose officers have is an intangible asset that H just as.valuable funds you carry are protected. L jt-us M-ii.i ist ou;1a:. e

rid the country of its moat: noted bandits to a merchant in Key West as;to tha 1 .: in procuring this protection by converting 'your

during recent mouths, says: "Most gangsters manufacturer of any of the thousands of '- travel: funds into-- I : !

actually are yellow rats; not one of things that have made fortunes for:their .. -

them fight it would out with go into fists.a"room with you to tised.owners because they have been \ven' ver- a" AMERICAN EXPRESS CHEQUES TRAVELERS j; 1\, :. t >:;;Garden Hose and Lawa Sprinklers j jFtofida


It is often hard for a merchant in a IF THESE checks are lost or' stolen (un- .. ..

Preparations are complete for the .place the size of Key West to realize that countersigned) amount 'involved refunded I, .. __ _. __ ..

celebration of the first birthday anniversary advertising has an effect even if all the I to you. In spending them all that ft necessary it. I .. ..

of the famed Dionne quintuplets of people in the community know already for you to sign them a second time in the presenceof

Callander Ontario today. In behalf of that he is in business and that he wants the one accepting( them. I i w a CeDtracLbg SL: Eigift riftg Co.WIiiteadEI&aStreeis. 1 it
t
orphaned and abandoned! children the them to buy what he has to sell. This fact -FOR SALE BY-

province will declare an ""Adopt Baby however does not alter the truth estab- "' ..<< t : P1n. 6 :1

W.
all five of the little Dionnes and I men that advertising. like the truth :....................................................................:
will supervise their rearing. I I if stuck to, pays. ..,. ,. !fl1 .lL'L.

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,- MAY 28, 1935. TUP. KEY WEST CITIZEN rAGE THREE

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I I.ENEMrs MtKlss -. ,SERVICE TEAM I 1i TENNIS MATCHES l!I IN Tell: <'LEGALS IIU"t-IT fltlHT fIF THE

< [ 1 TF'TIFTII Jrnlrltis Oftri IT
.1 DROPSCONTESTLIGHTHOUSE \ NO\VUNDER\ WAY : fl.- THE TATE OF FI.r une.I .
SPbl iiPfflLSArIIN i I \\ rtntvmT.Lrttte,*%!> FOR, MONROK. COl\Tl.i .

L Adam, Joined hfrrin"
iryorsiMt, Uttto >eees pees A raUar flabby Tuaroon I b T. her husband and nrstfriend.
"Tfc lonely loess. M IMM* te TEN WINS DIA In the tennis A. Mattl*. IJWr fataer..But as father.<. badly needed re4tcoratt: =. : matches now be- Plaintiff

'tare:-*t. koirJ- mm. end the locked door and peepedt* Tan Sale (_U.......
..* J a *end five Me MUM a to be-met by an overpowering! VIEW PARK LAST NIGHT ...
it !
= : f and drad. the twins
Guy Latch f kat .k ICmt.ClitO that t 1 1l shown to be leading. all contest .
tk_ ..rrooin tear b.Jtt. rot, witk M* dog Oaf. fa i," bad not realized how hungry she - -- ants claimant: und..r'the saidtlarie.
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her, tr pk<>. k*roan* downstairs or.how good the smell of ; Other players participatin. ia S. Raster deceased.er
trying
**/atker>--or for tan date*. e e e e e e e .e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e There was one game in the otherwise; nato Real Estate -
could be., l the matches are C. Harm, JL Car-i : tc Improvement Company.a .
The J iN.Gg. i { Social League last night. In this I I Ij bonell C. corporation organized and
passage was empty, she iS..i[ Sawyer, R. Curry A.
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rangy I
Chapter ,Eight AROUND THE GOLF 'II It. through the baize. door.In to', j:game the Lighthouse ten defeated Johnson. J. Pinder, B. Finder J.i 1 state of Florida

THE INITIALS bathroom. FIRST VICTORY I the Service outfit by a 15 to 3y : Weintraub and E. England. ORDER OF PLRI: Defendants'ICATIO'SI .

ALISON turned the key In Small and white with sunlight I i i I I It appearing; from the aworn bill
//"i on the chromium tape.1t was (By GRAVY) y: score. of ill the. ahore entitled
the bed.lot] ;and there she were did not no & to believe'that she had stood OVER al......!..... ._ ._ ._._._ ._._._ ..........:._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ ._._ ._ ._._ ._'.: ._ ._'.._._1,r: 'In the first of the fourth inning; I LEAGUE STANDINGS cause complaint that: plaintiff do ant know
PIRATESj !! and have not been able to ajxrriainafter
took off her blouse and la terror only a few hours ago. :Next, Tnurjdayfll bring to- him His drives are usually& about; the Service bays scored their first! diligent inquiry whether th.-
trey horror larked now in the ) defendant Charles 2*. Haxt r. ke
]shoes and stockings and two runs but the Beacon boys let :
190 but sometime willnuke : ,
be interestedu
gether; a bunch of rabid player, yards ne t- -v-d by plaintiffs to
'four of the pillows In their aa abe splashed the clear.cold CINCINNATI REDS : : out their oxygen and gas and red i AMERICAN LEAGUE the hereinafter dewrtbed prop-
ticking under her bead. oa tier face. IDEFEA.I'I part under the name of Rosebuds: one of 230 yards which he ':'lead! and the bell bouys started : Club- W. L. Pet arty or. tf dead to hare ben interested -

The room small and The road outside looked ordinary BOSTON. BRAVES NEW i and part under name of Lilies. : can never explain. On his second ringing and simply went wild i Chicago _.__....h... h ___ 20 11 .601S It Is therein therefore, w dead ordered or alixe. that

,furnished In a strange old- and safe; the black YORK YANKEES TRIUMPH Captain. Pittman of the Ro.ebuds1:: shots he 13 usually short of When the oxygen ran out they,New York ......_.. _.21 13 .GI8 ,. Charles 8. Baxter one of the defendants -_

waTt. with heavy pIece. of downs-bad given crowned place to a green ot rite has named his team first and the I' the green or drifts to one side. On had scored 10 runs, 15 had batted i iI Cleveland ._.._,.__..__,._ .17 14 .54/\ '.! if lit ins. and.in the if above........ the styled heirs ran, d*.*.-

all to match and an by a sweep sky OVER DETROIT TIGERS I His approach shots ad putts he is''' with four hits and seven errors j Boston .._h..____-._" ____17 15 .531 rinses, grant-- or other claimant
+ I Queen Victoria's coronation with floccalentfloods. To her last named are Captain Kerr's'gang. about average, sometimes makinga : made. {Wa.hington .___-.___ _...17 15 .531', under the. raid Char.. S. Baxter,
nerves the Idea of deceased, or otherwise in the fallowing -
tug the place of honor over the seemed absurd. So here goes: f: difficult one and the next tune At bat the stars were: L Powell -; Detroit. ._mooo__.._ ___-..17 16 a5: described property.. to-wit:
palpably .
telpiece. Washed dressed and powdered, .% .L .4. The C4hw) I Strunk-Watkins. Kemp-Mel-' missing an easy one. As a gen- who hit two safely out of asi i' Philadelphia ""_.._..__..10 20 .333:, i$lot) of Five Rartello. (al in Towers Itkx k;:a Five snhitrision. -

Alison used to the fresh followed tbe alluring scent" of NEW YORK May 28.-The vin Russell. eral rule his wood shots are the many times at bat. Stanley Xo- SL Louis ___.__._._._____ 7 22 .241 : according to the plat
irooms at school or to her Into tbe kitchen Phillies went' to victory over the I ) best, and when he concentrates oa dire and Williams hit two out of; thereof recorded in flat Hook
1 1 I Sam_ Hariis-Salai vs. Jesa-I :No:-; 1. pace 14*. of the PublicP.ecnrds
urban room In London Pittsburgh Pirates 4 to 2, inuring I what he u doing with a driver or: three tries. Koller hit safely in j NATIONAL LEAGUE i iClub |I of Monroe CountKlor-

,'queer as she settled down "Hullo. How oa earth?" their fiteet game of the year Cruickshank. t brasi he can make as good a shot his only time at bat. In the field. I II -- W. L. Pct 1 I 1 ida,

coat-as queer as the thought Tbe oil-stove was burning: be was fromthe Bucs I! Price-Lopez: 'vx. Spottsw ood-, a* anybody. For a play who get; I, P. White. E. Cerezo and Stanley .! New York ___________..22 9 .110''I said appear cause to the on M bill
she should be going to bed & by It. frying.pan la band. The Cincinnati Reds triumphed I I Goidsmith.Pittman. : out bat twice a week he is: a oet- played well j Chicago: _.._-._. .______-._17 13 .567'''! of July, A l>. ISIS, otherwise the

strange house with a strange shiny new kettle waa.singing oa over the Boston Braves, taking -Malone vs. O'Bl''ant--: tel: golfer than the average but if Score by innings: R. H. E. ,I Brooklyn _?__ .....____.._.19 15 ..539St allegation confessed.It of. mM bill will be takenas

her side and an unknown young flame a rack ol fresh toast I the game by a score of 9 to 5: Ir. Haras he keep on letting a few remarks,Service .. 000 212 1- G 7 12 Louis: __hO_._' ...._....18 15 .515 is further ordered that this or..ler .

for ber sole company. browning on the other while the : Three Boston pitchers were pounded Curry from other players get his longhaired t I Lighthouse- Pittsburgh ----__--000_. _-_.%0 18 .52G fojir be consecutive published. week once *in work The Key ti.r

Queer and. In spite of ber table bad been set out neatly. I for fourteen hits. vs. SawyerAjala. -Ii IiGroomsPierce angora: his score is goingto i i 001 1103 0-15 10 6 Cincinnati _.._,_....__.--._.15 16 .48. : West <:'ltl..". a newspaper published

.iety for her Lather Just-a. h little_ plates and cups for two. The New York Yankees defeated I _; mount to 12% and then Jir i Batteries: P. White Nodme LPowell : Philadelphia --_-....----__ 9 20 .310: ; Florida.in Monroe County, Stateof.

ing.She. .bad.... never .had. ny'adY. "Hungry" : the Detroit Tiger, 3 to 1, with I I Julian-Ike Russell, J.ys.< Kerr- Sawyer will be,ready for the cell. and B. Powell; Roberts and Boston ___-.._-_ ..____n_. 8 22: .267 I II Dated this. nth. Stay f of May A. D.
"Starrtgi'He 3t
before In'her life; her days surveyed the arrangements I Allen doing the twirling -for the Taylor?' ,t, a II I Only one golfer.to more garrujous ., o. Cerezo. .; I It Cirvult Cart S uliKtfcW
:New Yorkers and Schoolboy Rowe and twa Ijtu.falin.town are anAthema i The United States department: : C SAYTTEH.
ordered almost .
an smoothness ;
.. tohim being pther 1 Henry Clay Reynolds of Hagers-1'of agriculture the count 's'1 Clerk Circuit "oart. Twentieth Judicial
travelling tm the mound for Detroit. i nonuj says
her
and
ness even
"Not
too badrt"biarqous' j let Circuit of the Plate of Fl..ride. -
been done In comfort,either ) Alison sniffed I The Philadelphia Athletics j j I. If you .paa't play please than Mr Pete Tayloand Mr. town Aid. recently took his first supply 01 reed grains in storage in- and f.>r ..tI""rtr<-- (''',untjWIIJIAM
ap .
father or someons to meet I downed the Chicago White Soxi) your captain know BO he .can. put John Key.. May those three never(airplane ride at the age of 97 at jto the smallest in more than :; : V..tLRCRT.
lel,. "But bow did der '
you "j .PI".r for Plaintiff"
real inyourrpbce. The .
to aee bet'off Sb..oad F. ; i 6 to 1. VernonValshere, rookie'J||a player get; shipwrecked atone! time! {tl\liami. Fla. years. I ma\.-14-"T-S'. JunePROTECT
usual will be
reward for
ber father'would .. ... left-hander was on the slab for 1 i winning -- -- -- -
did come. And she thought of /"VCITE simple Early this morning the winners. I t: a free dinner Thursday night. Too
.bad. for the losers! I
Tbesturn with growing V as soon as It was 'light. 1 :The Washington Senators woo

lie was nice; she liked tbe. ... back Into Warley and picked from the Cleveland Indiana. 6 to :" YOUR LIFE

spoke, tbe rather firm deep my car: also the hacon. etc. 1 s.. This wad the second etra-fcht I Our personal glimpse today will
refreshing after a year abroad you'd belter eat before yon defeat for the Cleveland clnb. ,'l, he that "mouse-quiet gent who

the excitable tones of ." With a triumphant flour The St. Louis Browns defeated I{I goes. by the name of Berlin Alo>'-

Alison curling sleepily he laid a plate of eggs and a the Boston Red Sox. Andrews! and I{I lous fc>aw)er. Our hero wa

der her thick coat.thought"1. front of her added a brown .1, Thomas pitched for St. Louis. :with I(I born in Nassau (of all places) butwhen AND THE LIVES OF OTHERS!

him. Guy Westnrn. Cu,'. And tin of milk. "How's that?* ilockette ,and H. Johson twirling he woke up he found him

looks like that somehow. Not -Perfect!" or Boston. elf' in Key West. How he got;

Bob or Charles-not even like Sitting opposite to her at the other I" The summaries: I here he does not know. His THERE' are three questions should ask yourself about the tires buy:
you you
or John-Westurn. 1 wonder of the deal table be looked re NATIONAL LEAGUEAt daddy tells him he's here to what

celts it-e. r. a. or a. r. n." normal,just a large young Pittsburgh R. H. .E.I I difference does it make? Our hero I 1-"Will the non-sI tread give me.the greatest rubber. This is an additional process known a*

She felt Gaffe's tall thump rumpled dark hair twinkling Philadelphia .._.__.._ 4 15 1 ,"says that he i.e a Key, Welters tho. traction and protection against.sl ddint1" Gum-Dipping, by which every 100 pounds of cotton cord
down band to him the ,
and
a
pat ; eyes an unshaved. cheerful
wriggled Ingratiatingly up. Alison felt ashamed of theses Pittsburgh ... 2 12 1 j,(i regardless of whether he came 2"Are they built to live me the greatest absorb eight pounds of. rubber. This extra process coats

cline against her and which she bad harbored the Batteries: Pezznllo E. Moore from Nassau or not. Well anyhow blowout protection" more and is not used in any oil:er make of tire.

large red tongue across her before. After aU.b. might have 'and Todd;Swift. Bush. Hoxt. Bik- he left the Bahamas before without sacrificing these two' important Leading race drhcxo inv :.igate the inbuilt qualities


'Blinking down at him the collar-or the dog! ofer and Padden. Grace.At I(:: he learned to snare crawfish safety features will .t they give me longer of the tires they use, .because their very lives depend
I
ticed his collar and. In a Steep wellr"Wonderfully" sponges or tourists so he had to mileage, thus making them the most upon their tires, and they always select Firestone Tires

curiosity leaned over to read abe assured him. Cincinnati R. H. E. take up another trade. Radio announcers economical tires I can buy?" for their daring speed ran*. In fact, Firestone Tires have

brass tab. 1 do feel a selfish brute. Ton Boston __.._. ._._ 5 9 1 I ,and auctioneers were
Answer No. 1-Hanejr S. Firestone early realized been en the winning ears in the gruelling Indianapolis
"Gaffe"-then two Initials be horribly I'm unknown when our hero was a boyso
tired. afraid" Cincinnati _____ 9 14 0
ilie value of tire traction and and the first to 500-mile for fifteen c..Ive and they were
safety was race eon years
telephone to it
took the next thing
number. he
"Oh. 1 get a good many late nights Batteries Smith. Benton and I up I
Only tbe Initials were 0. L wa, and another." be said Ho Spohrer MaeFayden and as far as the art of speech n concerned design an All Rubber nonskid Tire. Through the years on 5,000-pound)( car that Ah Jenkins drove! 3,000

S eTb. "I'd quite peaceful one ao- Lombard! ; I 'and today he owns his own Firestone has led the way in the design and development miles in 234 hours on the hot salt beds at Lake

man who dead laft.ber ,. No alarms of any kind. And 1 barbershop and give employmentto i I of tires with most effective nomskid treads. Bonneville, Utah, at an-average speed of 127.2-miles per

.slowly downstairs and through I've solved the mystery. f. I several guys who were born in Firestone does not depend solely on traction and hour, without tire trouble of any kind. These amazing
Brooklyn at Chicago! postponed
:;
empty house listening Yr't'D "Oht Howr \ rain. the U. S. So. you see, another o* I non-skid tests made by its own engineers employs a performance records are proof of the greatest blowout
,
looking Into every corner as h. Going out this morning i found II the "old country" lads DUde goodin leading University to make impartial testa for n one kid protection ever known.

I But there was no sound He long roof.painters Tour' ghostly ladder. friend up against New' York at St. Louis postponed I this dear country of ours.( If efficiency of its tires, and their most recent report shows Answer No. Thousands of ear owners reporting
the door way
across: drawing and drew room the curtains, climbed out through. the'attte rain.. Huey. Hugh and won't"His Revennce"don't be dear that Firestone High Speed Tires slop the ear 15% mileage records of 40,000 to 75,000 miles, is proof of

sitting at the desk tried ." : -ahut up it a i, quicker than the best of all popular makes of tires. the long mileage and greater economy by equipping with

drawer ot three. It was locked. But would Gaffe-" AMERICAN LEAGUE. I country our here's much initial longer.of B.) S.However.do not!i iI Answer No. S-Bio*out protection most be built Firestone High Speed Tires. Let these unequaled

H.sighed Re took out a : Net tt be -lurkedup there until At Washington H. H. PMI I stand for "box-cow annihilator"II | into a lire. Friction and heat within the tire is the greatest performance records be your buying guide.
_... ._._.._ B 12
to bed''I Cleveland .
the drawer gone 000.
slid It In between
cause of blowouts. Firestone its tires from Go to the Firestone Ant Supply and Service Store
I I as Bill Russell claims. But let usj I protects
expect you've hit It" agreed Washington .._ ......_ 6 11 1
the desk and began steadily r-
with an increasing pressure to "Bat I'm glad didn't, know I Batteries: Pearson. L. Brown and fl get down to facts. It seems that i, friction and heat by a patented process which soaks or Firestone Tire Dealer and let him equip your car with

open the lock.ALISON last nlgutr"Don i Fytlak; Whitehin Russell, Pettit "Daddy" grew; up into his trade i every cord and insulates every strand with pure liquid Firestone Tire*.the safest and most economical; tire built.

't He's miles by and is !H> well known now that I
worry. away and Bolton.
woke with a start time. Tan probably. frightened I I when you meet anyone any place'in I.I.I Volume-Direct Purchasing-Straight Line Manufacturing Efficient

U seemed to her more than be frightened yo*. i At Philadelphia R. H. E.I I the land who was in key West' robb.r.Mr'' ''9 and Economical System of Distributing to our 500 Stores

mind that she was back In the tear He filled Alison's cap I Chicago ___.__m.. 170 at one time or another they always j and to 30,000 Dealers enables Firestone to give

with the steady beat of wheels to pat Gaffe as he added "Any I Philadelphia ..-..____ 6 11 1 :!' remember three things about : ? ,
her ear. The next she met & one thing's aura. He wasn't I Batteries: Tietje. Kennedy and Key West, which are the high ra-j you greater values ai lowest prices

ploring dark eyes fixed on ber. cbost.Chf !Sewell; WUshere. Phelps and Berry i I' dio towers the turtles and a barber )
located the beating nalse as Why!" See'could not see Ala fellow who knows all, sees all Twoe.dra byersoF

threshing of Gaffe's thick tall as he stooped but noticed a I :and tells)] aIL But enough: of this DIP .d llIr

bar. boards. red Bush spreading above his At New York R. II. E. !. fol-de-rah because our hero say,

At the sleepy Invitation! of IID fa collar. 'Detroit .. _... ..... 1-30 he can take it, anyway. Once Ber-
tended band the dog Jumped .Because I found someone bad --- I' interested I ,, pl !h /e.
lin of the most
New York _____ 3 8 21| was one FGvtw
at the desk la the drawing- m. '
bed. wriggling; delightedly and and Cochrane la: !'eball fan in town which_ naturally -J Dipp.dHiyh 1 1i1ii
Rowe ;
Have look when '. -Bn- Batteries ,
a ,
.you
ing her In the clear language made him interested, in anyikjnd Sttekh cord bodlr.
breakfast. I dons know Tf be', Allen and Dickey. { r
all nice dogs use to wake up and ot (ball'samei. fcl lie-took *ip,
antics.Alison anything but he's certaInTy
some sat up. The rain all the drawers open." At Boston R. H. F..J:'the jram vx>f golf..and.J\py\ &pM ; i c -

stopped:* pale wintry sunlight "Some poor wretch of a tramp.: St. Louis ...__ 511 1J hive hm' down to the presentpterfin .'t
1ol
... .---.3 3", sad a of trouble? tnthAlices
,leaking broash the augured.ThaVa&bont Boston .... -* -- \ 31, hen J'h'iir..t 'tIT flYay I SOX Loelgw Nos.ISkidMileage. .
:the gr eve blind.And.JW had t l' It" lie Batteries: ,Tbomag. Andrews'and : began '! .
JlressS. 1 I. : fsajc there's been ne wbleh! ; JnJ..n-1
.
.. .. '
Immediately on waking that If: o father." a. I son and Berg. [:but sometimes' one will slip!'in! on CaNNI Plh ESS Ti'E! OIDFIEIO TTfl

overslept "I can't understand It." Alison : D..i..d..fh.atwith Dhich wit.b. n
i f Scientifically _., ... .
.ri.
t. wrinkling tier little I .re" .d
She glanced at her watch up nose ,
GAMES\ TODAY de gn INo-Skid rq d ie a I'.eoo"ieI.r w- .."
membered that the glass bad she always did whet she was ap- i PALACE t t tread. ..-e.ll.d lint Gnd.. ..- ...... w...r.d,.... '
5..w r h aL.r La. f _oIie&nMt-. .... .... -
broken on the Journey and .. You don't think there ,1 Robert Armstrong in I t(.- iise..m.dl- ...ai..d rE2pIECE ther C ml h.a.e +t
'. h.. tin
Lad She slid out lion been an a cld..tr"You'd AMERICAN LEAGUE t.."'t wita..a 1
stopped. md. what .
THE MYSTERY MAN '-'... .rg-an.lr. d.
her coat feeling a little still have heard by now. As a Chicago at Philadelphia. I t. M _.Uw/rt..I.
of fact there's been ; Jimmy Savo in ., ,,.. ten
up the blind: and flinging some sort St. Louis at Boston. 51Za ra1Ca SUB raua stzg
ilndow. looked out mistake for 1 asked slew Ques Detroit at New York. ONCE IN A BLUE MOON I I tt.san
...
t7.3e .5III.GB 6
&seas
In Warley, while I
The blue base of an autumn was shop- Cleveland at Wamgton.: Matinee: 10-lSc; Night: 15-25 $605 U7SOTflKK
,and. no one there seems to have 7.7s sjie.t 7.5S 14.75-1,1 en41
Ing was Just lifting: eeea by i SPEED TYPE
I sn. l.2o sJs6.4e s.u. 7 N asas S.:f
light the Croft House had or Mr. Rede. They say that the I NATIONAL LEAGUE j 1
We elert from
who lived here were called 1 : oar enormous sns tent 4.40-s1 La-l. ,.Z. 4.6x11 s.a.lI 6.75 4.40'21 30s>IK
become ] SS
Its mystery and bad i New York at St. Louis. Morks .f raw fVfad S
f fI iL -r I
house set In a sloping garden and before that there was a I Brooklyn Chicago. I | and bihet trade rubbere band : flIZBS rauroaT'U" AT&L'I[ LOW QI

'four fine old trees glowing red sick old man and his wife who I Boston at Cincinnati. *jI I cotton for the High Speed

gold on one side a dismantled themselves Potter." Was Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.New la our factory we elect Tire-I
court below and beyond' a low unnatural Inflection la RUSSELL'SCIGAR j experienced and skilledthe AUTO SUPPLIES AT BIG SAVINGS

high green downs which rolled : tonet th.r'l I rules prevent parties fort I) makers lo build this lire. iaeonrtelr a I Our large volume enable W to save ye. money oa every auto mpply need for year car.AH .
towards a valiey. I .gCopyri.at,1,31.JKMfe tt .. balanced and rigidly Flrostone Amt Supply and Service Store, and many-of or large tire dealers, have complete
Even tbe by ,students of Milwaukee State impeded and we know ft is a* Mocks, and yon hare the added convenience and trenomy of busing them applied.uESDAY .
seen
room Tomorrow. C..". a<4. .icit.. I Teachers college from being perfect ax human m.aitJr.-
Lad
no ghostly corners but _"t. I I scheduled at taverns. and roadr STORE .1 sake it.SIZE SIA"i /KIIK ill.(

-- house. f peeYR lt 34e r }wt..r
tOr- 1 fw grog. ga
.......... ......... famed dental surgeon. born there, AUTO itAD10
48 I author born in Ntw Zealand 37 j ---0- : 4.5O-n $ I It. raw tS4.ir1
years ago. ?
Today's i sears ago.ee.e.ee.e.e..eeese..ee.. ra.CE745r it.M. !!c
.. Baseball Returns t. 14"" llmw sad 1lwilat
..................... f Harold A. Ley 1 f.J r Xork. i Td My 5.2.11: r ". fdAi chin o'"v'r r-
.
s.so..t1
u. S. Senator Morns of ; SlJBSCRIpERSpaper t eats t 5-' ie
president t't aau\tringfield. By \Wire 6.00-16 $ATTEIES!( aaeasll
tallae a-
born ] j jI srdeg a.
of 'f,.3.l., born at Wheat i institute, at I
Tex.. Ctf 61 I If ,.. .... ad v.e.i.e y..e : ... jJ MD-M Mlrat clarii1.73 rla.fS
year ago. Ma! years ago. -0 I II Otis s- prgwtiew rw 1 !k figwtighlw.
by 6:15 .'el_" i in the j S g Ills
t afternoon, call tekphene. 51 I II COME IN AND GET THE l ...***,.......v....11i' 1..u.riQIoclwr 4 .1lc.p La.M..p .-.
IlwJar! 11 Meyer of Bishop Charles W. Burns of the I RESULTS OF THE ; i c.-i. GLM .+ ,..... EtiJ7 or Ile w wrtrk rA 7la tweG s a
and! will be r
a paper Milt to r -
Interrtate Commerce Comm Methodi-ct: Episcopal Church. ste !.
f.G
borne. A complaint! boy MAJOR BASEBALL I
your |
born born at Willow I .
er, at Meqnon \Vic., tioned in Boston
U on duty at this office from LEAGUES0 I
:years ago.: Gro\e Paw 61 years ago.
6:15t.7:1Sp.m.fertkepurpose I
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Dr. Katharine Blunt of delivering com CIGARETTES, f
CIGARS
of the Connecticut College Dr. Edutrd Bones Ctechoslo plaint. Help .s rive! yea 100 ret01te

Women born in < vakia'a Fore-ign ''Minster born 51 erc*.t .cervico by caling 51 I I SOFT- DRINKS-

years' ago. 'years ago. .if..yon. do not receive Tie Citi- :. ETC.

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WBGE FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1935.


................0............................... I .................................................I : ....a................... weight with him than local '
PLEASED WITHRECENTSTAY political -'I I that po't cajs are available

:. ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTSHappenings PEOPLE'S FORUM patronage. through the post adjutant and

SOCIETY ;' ........................ Through all his career he risked I' urges all who have not already re

x: : : : I SENATOR JOHN W. WATSON acclaim contemporary of acclaim to win the I I' that ceived officer.one to secure one through

ii.........................................J.... That Affect the Dinner Pails, Dividend posterity.FAIR PLAY. i I I Visiting Legionnaires are invited ;

Plans For Police Checks and Tax Bills of Every Individual; Nationaland LEADER OF HOMEMAKERSCLUB Editor'The Citizen: Key West Fla., i to join the post in the Mem.
Complete With the expiration of his My 28, 1935.MEMORIAL. orial Day activities and in all post
International Problems Inseparable
A DELIGHTED"WITH present term as Senator, Hon meeting, it was stated.
Ball Here Tomorrow Night From Local Welfare i
RECEPTION ACCORDED John W. Watson of Miami will DAYSERVICES

I I.........................,..-.-..-.-..-..-.-..-.-.-..-..-.-..-..- probably retire from active political I A large clam shell was found
Some of the best talent in Key the modern dances with one or SUNDAY recently 30 feet underground at
torious. That chance lies in the life. :
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:West will be seen, tomorrow eve- two of the older kind to add in-I leader of WELL ATTENDED Hollx Hill, S. C.. far inland.
'I II I fact that the decision-like 50I Mrs. Addison Hall
ning at the enterainment and terest to a diversified program. SenatqrJWateon:: 'began his! poli-:. .. .
chance offered to few of its major Supreme Court -decisions they llomema'seig CliA :(fiat li !- ---- "rCoutinuedjrom- w.
many of >
predecessors I
or'the features of I tic ; in Osceola County I
the Key One principal check.i .
dance to be given by I fareer ( .
'! to add important pages was 5 to 4. A-nufaWr YiSlted\iey ne4j1s) forty, ars Page One)
Association at the the evenmg'wiD be the grand which WJtt'vestdtfjir agoTle"served,
West Police
I that unwritten unfinished I I II I of the Justices'are past the ut&al l '"" issuedby Post Adjutant C. P. MALARIAi.
to *
withMrs. tw Urms 16
Habana-Madrid Club march which will be led by Mayor I' was a caller, in company *: 44 mayor .of Kissim- HoReboonu; :i 6 6
volume which be titled "The retirement and what Justice
Reservations have been made and Mrs. Wm. H.. Malone and a ;I United might Government." Hughes called age"the attrition""ofyears' Wallace- Bryant ...Kirke at meje;and for five terms represented -' Commander J. W. Pinder states 3 Gayalieail
by a large number of people and large number of socialites will be States I I of the office of T CjtKen today. Oeola;. County in -then that he:,,"outclliL.e to have all vet
there are at this time only a few seen in the parade.The I Most dramatic Tecent court decision : may force ,one or more Mrs.\ Half was* enthusiastic over Le"'\\slature. 1 1I | erans present at this meeting in COLDS:
them before
left. The demand for tickets has features of the entertain- was that/of the gold cases, I I In that to,case:step, the down:president could long. the .reception-wvjn i *MnJv' ;sthe.isteesyesterday'annd -fl* "T- > I t Ia,1896 he moved-! to Dade'!order t6( get their views on the mat-I Sal.. N.-. T.Well..Dnpi lint day.

been far beyond expectations of ment program,will be of a new I i in which the administration's: unprecedented -Ir!I place a new Justice the bench I is imDuetT*ifh the County and served three terms as ters to be discussed. also states TONIC"LAXATIVE
those promoting the affair and and different type with several .action of seizing all r, )whose toward on. the idea of arranging a Home Coming mayor of Miami, and five times I I __ .
they are very much gratified at; outstanding features. Included in!I the country's gold; was held to be 1 u I i! viewpoint is liberal-and the constitution bal-- Week for the many former Key as Member of the House of Representatives --
be t compatible with the basic law of Westers residing in Miami. I being elected Speak.
will
the success of the sale and in facts the list of entertainers I I of would back
with the deep interest which has) Gerald Finder and Catherine i the land-the much talked about j'j'i '! ance power swing She is in charge of several de- er in 1901. f

been manifested by the citizens in Huau Helen Curry Gerald Finder little undersood constitution. A I II HughesBrandeisStoneCarBozo: partments of the Miami Daily : From 1925 to the present time i ,.

general. and Dollis Burchell Olga I few weeks ago the court passed on I II drawn the court with News icluding features fashions he served as Senator from the 1

There will be 16 numbers on Ramos Warren Hill Lola Sal- I another case which received fewer l'those ly four on Justices supporting now, the and the Homemakers Club and is 13th .district, except'' for one term. f ft

the dance program waltzes and vanta Ernest Sanchez and Gould I headlines was less' dramatic,!'! broad view of the constitution, also food editor. when he was not a candidate. j 41. l- I I ilL is 1. f fI.
rhumbas and in fact type of Curry. I but "which may prove to be of 1, Apart from his ability his distinguishing
every ''I even greater importance than the i;','ltnd with Justices l\lcRe'nolds. Burglars, who robbed a Stint' characteristics are I. % 1ry
_.
-- -- -- -- .. gold imbroglio-the Railroad Pen-i| Vandevanter. Southerland and Barbara Calif., saloon, delayed fearlessness and fairness.At gt 4.

Barnes FamilyTo To Hold Meeting sion Act. I t I the Butler document clinging to should the belief not thct be long enough to "have a few on a time when politicians were]' i ICE !
This act was passed! by the last: the house" the proprietor foundon climbing on the anti-corpoiation
Return Here f I P.-T. A. CouncilThere tension' of congress.' Under it, by "stretched" in any particular.The Justice. opening the bar next morning.: bandwagon, John Watson while ,

governmental fiat the railroads'' unknown quantity is : Several empty wine bottles and not sacrificingany of the rights' 1 1't
ITS PURER!
Judge Charles B. Barnes of'' will be a meeting of the t of the country were forced to JI ]I Roberts who votes with one group dirty glasses littered the bar. of the people opposed all i I
Adminbtra Monroe Parent-Teacher make provision for pensioning! one time another the next.It I LASTS LONGER! ,
National
the Recovery County I their old whether ]I II is also interesting that there .......................* tempts to deal unfairly with at-I
tion, and Mrs. Barnes will arriveIn Council held tomorrow afternoon employes they dis ensidh( railroads.
Key West this week;to spend at beginning at 3 o'clock at the I wanted to or not and whether or(i appears to be more? > He recognized thetruth ICE REFRIGERATORS
within tourt Unto tjje :
.
least a month and..probably will Harris School building ,at which not they had, the mI ney. The bill ,!, bitterness the- tM/irfeciRionr.in paf.mor iCLftSSIFIfcDL 1t 'force ''of Senator Bailey's proi
wt
the visit ,several time, there will be installation of provided that the railroad pay. nouncement tha'tThe iI
extend through Juside! Hughe's min ; di&i; '""" man who] : Made of' all -inelalqaip I
ments be pooled, EO that the; 'COLUMN: 'i
:will do the
months. : officers. in 'the i wisiofr yhltfi he railregds'wrong in order ped withWATER'COOLERS I
"lines ca-tej
fJudge a!ad Mrs Barnes made a' All room mothers and officers stronger would help to proVide comnVefce ,.,V -ift to, get the people's offices I v
heM clause
that the '
visit to Key i'West ,earlier in-jthe of the three city school organ I for the emplojes of'fines. >jis'the"necc'yry! .." !.. C f!.!!' ., ,....!,! :will do the people wrong when-'' 1 3 : They're Economical Ir
gave congr
year and were,"so, taken up with uaUona are requested to attend. which were financially W'jatj.:, ;i to pass the:stet:| amounted almost,ewer '/nPERSQNALi'* tr'I;evtr. he wants something. from I.

the city and, its, chars}.,',they :,docideit > The case went immediately to : to a denunciation of the majority. the railroads worse than he wants 100 PprCent Refrigeration
to return if it was, found Christening f ourt. dragged through a series of t i There*the issue stands. If, when STOMACH ULCER GAS PAIN'S, the' public position." I I Satisfaction t
lower tribunals arrived at last at ,
'
possible to do BO. I INDIGESTION victims why While advocating temperance,i I tI
the social security laws and similar
the Court of Last Resort where
Several weeks ago the judge Ceremony legislation; come to the court. i suffer For quick relief get a he ,was opposed to prohibition. : I Priced at l jI I
nine wise old listened to long :
wrote the housing department of I men : : its personnel is the same as at free sample of Udga a doctor's ,He weathered all political I _

the relief. administration askingtha Theresita Santos, infant daugh-'I arguments by able counsel for both 'j present' the chances are they will I prescription at Gardner's Phar- storms. and today rests in the I
sides. Result: The Supreme Court L 30 35 i
ter Carmen ,
of Mrs.
a suitable place be prepared declared that the act was beyond be thrown out. If the presidenthas macy. placid waters of admiration and! and
for their coming and watt at once christened yesterday afternoon in the opportunity to appoint a may21-22-23-28-29-30; jun 4-5-G- respect: and is known as the I i I
informed that a cottage would be St. Mary's Star of The Sea Catholic the powers granted to congress by ; Justice to supplant one of the 11-12-13x Grand Old Man\ of Florida. I EASY TERMS-10 DAYS
constitution thus null and
was
reedy for their occupancy: when church. The solemn ceremony void. conservatives the chances are Last week he voted on an I I r FREE TRIAL ,

,they arrived. I of baptism was performed by The decision is immensely important |: they will be upheld. That is the FOR RENT amendment to the recircuiting,: bill R iI}
Yesterday a letter was received Rev. A 1.. Maurean S. J. in of the I '
in that it establishes! a'! trouble with a 5-to-4 split-it inevitably favor of having one THOMPSON'S ICE CO.n'
saying they would arrive Thurs- Mrs Santos and baby came to breeds uncertainty in BICYCLES-WE RENT" by:: the judges of the -new Eleventh Cir-
in the of
will in Key West' Sunday to visit her precedent which opinion Hour Day or Week: Repairall 1)11) INC.
day of this week. They be most commentators learned in the : that it can be changed overnight. makes and paint them with cuit reside at Key West, although
the Knowles cottage on Vernon 'brother-in-law and sister Dr. and I pressure! wan brought to bear on; 1 1I
avenue which has been made Mrs. J. A. Valdes and to have intricacies of constitutional law ........................ Nu-EnameL We carry a. full him' to have Miami hog the whole Phone No. 8
makes it almost inevitable that
ready and is in perfect condition. them act as sponsors at the\ In supply of parts. Agent for the thing..
; christening. They returned to the court will likewise throw out Today History Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles. I I t 1 x
His vote this amendmentwas
the home in Miami yesterday afternoon any social security legislation that j ........................ And sell them as low as $5.00 on
Miss C. Warren \ j'{ in line with his life-long devotion -
congress may pass. down and $1.00 per week. We
In the words of "Business 1672-Combined English and to fairness and justice'! ,
Leaves After Visit I i Buy and Sell all makes of used
I I. Week", the majority of the court French fleets fight the Dutch ,at Bicycles. Phone 276., J. R. which in this instance had more I ,
where she is deputy collector in I
Southwold
"flatly denied that congress can Bay. Stowers 51$' Duval .,
company --- -- --- -
Mass Consuelo Warren who the internal revenue offices.
use its constitutional authoirty ) street. apr9-tf
was-spending a vacation with her Accompanying Mjss Warren was over interstate commerce for : 1754 George Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. War- Mrs. U., J: and who
parents Delgado baby merely social and humanitarianends aged 22. lieutenant-colonel of a FURNISHED APARTMENT, electric
at the home Southard will time in Jacksonville i .
ren on spend some Virginia regiment attacked the
as contracted with the pro-, ice box. Archie Thompson A '
street left yesterday morning: visiting relatives and tection of legal rights." That is a' French at Great Meadows Pa.' 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879-J.) ( -

over the highway for Jacksonville friends. blow to the t;hole underlying phil opening French-Indian War. may21ImoxPIANO w' 1 "TA. R..1 M no.

of the New Deal. I Quiet pbu, w5irb is epip.i
-- --- -- --- osophy
1792-French commander of rich .. 6Lctr lua a.Jriywaw,


I :::::PERSONAL. : :... : ::MENTION: : : ::::: I New redraw Directly Dealers the following act said interstate. and that the base they decision.it.would not*I t ton : Verdun: 'to! executed the then King besieged 14 of women Prussia by for Prussians going to-- PIANO reno. TUNER Excellent,TUNING Laureano piano for Mo-sale[! ONE YEAR AGOELECTROLIER


.....------.-.-.......-......-....-....-------..- power congress but on its power commerce to tax. solicit clemency for Verdun. cheap. 1016 Division street. w ,

Stuart.Walker was an arrival!I Miss Dorothy Knowles: who Here again the court seems to} m23-1 mo
from Miami for a visit'' in West 1841-Canton, Chin, ransOmed -
yesterday was visiting briefly Key stand in the way. It has insisted'that
of one week with hit mother and! with relatives left yesterday aft. a taxing act must be a gen. itself from the English by paying ROOMS

sisters. ernoon for the'home in Miami. uine attempt to raise federal rev: 6000000. i'

I 'nue-that it cannot be camou-i; 1918-First American Division "THE UNRO"-Rooms $2.00, .

J. It. Stowers of the Stowrre MV. and Mrs G. N. Burt who, flaged eo as to use it to promote l captured Cantigny France and '$2.50 and $3.00 per week.
A
Music who in At-i I Burt's social end. Double and Single. 128 N. E., Y0
company was were visiting Mr. grand-j a purely held it against counter-attack. yr'iy rushed the
lanta for a few days on business I parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts Even so. New Dealers and oth-j 4th street Miami Fla. was to

I who favor social legislation 1934Dionne quintuplets bornin maj-24-lmox,
returned yesterday. left yesterday afternoon for era ;
the home in Miami. have one chance to emerge vie-i Ontario, Canada. ?

Mrs Gideon Curry left yesterday ---- -, I LOSTLOSTGirl's I (QUINTUPLETS

afternoon for a stay in Miami Mrs. Carmen Santos and baby,I new Black Beauty Since then this most modernof
with relatives, and was accompanied who were in the city for a brief from Sunday. Re-
Bicycle porch
by' her niece Mrs.)'!stay with Mrs. Santos' brotherinlaw FOOH.FACTSFCALTHOUGH ward if returned! to 506 Vir- refrigerator hat been jaltisjullyguardingtlteirhealthwith-

Robert Smith. and sister. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. ginia street. may272txFOR s

,- t Valdes left yesterday for the, dependable food prouctlonIf'
;
Reginald' Hart entomologist k-otnein Miami. Mrs. Santos was' ) r SALE .

with>.the state'plant board who; before marriage Miss Carmen' > I I et rr.i I I ON| ,.D,isy,48t. '1934't, ,, Ibe' world WM
was' in Miami for th1, week rend, Menendez./ j jMrs. I "l: FOR SALIsk'JY1Buick car, x23;; c, } <
wi 4 'family, returned yesterHha'sbee : '. I Xr .. .wb. .JreU'>>\ .5*i Ei! loJ'. ttSSt's. : j J.vna the ( Canadian viI. '.4I' :
I 1 sf I may28-3tx r, Corbeil. born! "
_
White wife of Captain: = V tft.\ Quintuplets were irr<
Wellington M. White of the P.; 'r r;--= OF .,,- ,, 1 p rGRAPH\' r.. .n m' l! J I' 1 : 'I) :'living'..t for tbe.firtt!recorderf time:
nd Q S, .S. ,Company ( "-. : pW''SAl'lnWICH; 1 isCENERALLY I _4 MIMEO 'r !>Iii. 600 a: -
< yes- ..t / f, I' fI I"1Tbo: gh their Birthplat' wasiJmo J $p
noon for New York .:.1 ''I : :. ., r I ,' 'Ii sret' \'1 ;q. Thf rAlV"*" i -
.. *' 1'- -. beyond the reach of civiliratk,
will visit with her :i} CIVET! CREDIT' .. : s I' qtit rtBuildi 1t1' .f II + ,. J H' ')'
\\n. Margaret Bacon t ,I i 'JQi1 I t-rfr.. 9 ; FOR INVERTINGTHE }1uo27tOLD / 'I 1 bl+Ji lu teeettFelid.rmg\ tbe.tFiiF'} ; .

and then go to the! ;\ ._ .r.." '" SANDWICH. THE IDEA.HOHEYER year the utterly' dependable food pros;
Belfast Maine, for' .........--> : ORKIMATEDMrITH PAPERS FOR SALE- Two tertioa that only modern automatic

FORKS WERE NEVER THE ANCIENT ROMANS. WHO'USED $ bundles for 5c. The Citizen Of. refrigeration can provide. Forty-eight

IN THE TIME OF QUEEN CALLED THE BREAD AND MEAT fice. oct16 hours after orders were given' in NewT

u Di r"s Edelmiro Fer-, ELIZABETH.SfVERAlBEAUtfUL.TD8ITS/ / "OFFULA: mi. a New Air-Cooled El<
arrh.h who Were spending ar HAND-WROUGHT GOLD FORKS PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed warn at worksoling

where she i TKey4West with Mr. Feres'a -! WERE CIVEN TO HER AS CURT THE WORD cards $1.25. The Artman the human milk rushed from
I 'lAOY'lSDERIVED ng7
Florida State ColldS CT Wo- i parents, Mr. and Mrs OSITIES. THE USE OF FORKS ? Press. Toronto and Montreal to feed these

men. She was accompanied by Tomas Fernandez left yesterday WAS CONSIDERED EXTREMELY I a newborn' babes.
I FROM' THE MONROE THEATERSpencer
her brother. afternoon for Miami where they AFFECTED UNTIL THE LATE .. Bertrofaxis
will visit briefly and then proceed if} SAXON WORDi'"lOAFDlEN Tracy-\V endy Barrie '
; 17 TH CENTURY.
Mrs. John Branham sister of to their home in New York. I !=: : in ITS A SMALL WORLD the same nationaadvertued! refrigerator -
j c-.L
Dr. M. K. Gwynn of the United, .;:Y ; MEANING !. --alsoCHASING that is already serving more

States Public Health Service and'= Lynn Irvin. assistant passenger'' _.-,.. .:, : :'1, SERVER YESTERDAY than half a ufllioa modern Americas'

for,several years attached to the' agent for ,the railroad in Miami,'. f'P. 4 OF BREAD: I Matineci. Balcony, 10c| Orefc...- famOie In the citiea it is run by a tiny

Marine Hospital here arrived yes was an arrival yesterday for a t- '--.;'IN SAXON DAYS. tra, IS-20ci Nifbt. 15-2Sc I., t .' N. gas flame in the country beyond

terday to visit the hospital and brief visit in connection with the' e 1\\: mlOAFWEfTrJAT '" the gas mains by a wicilea gIow-tn-
meet Dr. E. H. Carnes and others' excursion of the Miami Daily : ', IH THE DINING HALL OK A, i kerosene' burner. Listed at the left are

of the medical staff. News Homemakers Club, and re-; PLATFORM fftOn WHICH BREAD SHE FOR CUT THE QUICK FACTS ABOUT some of the Thai advantage of this
i i '
AND DISTRIBUTED
r i
-- turned in the afternoon., FEED THE BABY CHEESE FOB
modem of refrigerator
most
I HEAL. CIVICC : ELECTROLUX
was'
Mrs. Robert I ham, who : HIS NERVES 8"WAS THE RECENT I Gas-operated
spending a while in Key West! J. A. Broom : M .
representing one DICTUM OF A CHILD SPECIALIST. r l LOT operating coat permaw.at iteaes
with her father. Arthur Fulfordi of the larger, concerns manllfac.t ONE OF THE FOOD SUPERSTITIOUSOF TO EARLYCREEK 'I ., n..moving part t wear .. .emy.worh-.tile NE1z .au. \
and other relatives left yesterday -: turing automobile tires, THE 19. CENTURY WAS THAI AFE'Specializing f dee mil if nim i a...finest sae Iern beauty
afternoon for her home in:' Broom, arrived over ,the highway! CHEESE WAS INDIGESTIBLE. PHILOSOPHERS. roarvour I ,. ELECTROLUX

MiamL I jMrs. Sunday and are' enjoying a short UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT EGGS REPRElENTEOTMEUNIVER&e.- TMs u'Af THE SXKVXt &S KtrtlCIBATOaV
vacation while guests at the Hotel'Colonial. i REPORTS HAVE SHOWN THAT I In
Minnie Robinson left yesterday -! j I' FROM 90 TO 99 PER CENT OP THE SHELL REPRESENTED EARTH

afternoon for Miami for at* i ALL GOOD CHEESE IS AND AIR; THE WHJTT..WAHR; COLD BEER As Much As $20.00 For Your Old Refrigerator

toy of several days with her, Harold Gibson U. S. immigration READILY DIGESTIBLE. AND THE YOLK.FIIU. '

brother-in-law and sister Mr. and, service, who was transferred HAM SANDWICHES.

Mrs. Charles Sanderson. : from Key West and is now stationed -| FAMOU OURMCTS F HISTORY

I at Fort Myers Mrs. Gibson -0-- ;{ '. Florida Public Utilities Company

Lloyd Roberts who was rpend.: and niece. Miss Esther Vernon -| THE FAVORITE FOOD OP QUEEN VTCTWHA-

ing several weeks with Mr. and are in Key West for a vacation ,' WHO CMTtRTAintO AU THE MORtvs tttATHTCPttURH OPEN ALL NIGHT:

Mrs. Wesley Pinder at the homeon ( with relatives and friends. i, Of THE DIf-WAS JAJO TO NAPE PaT U. a Visit JACK R. HYMAN, Sales Manager
i ,
Angela street left yesterday 1 BECK PUUN PMIIOCE.

afternoon for Miami where he will)I Laws of the Virginia colony, 60S DUVAL STREET" "Gas Doesn't Cost. It pays"

spend a few days before embarking -' provided a heavy fine for a set-] . . -. .- . .. > ,
for his home in Nassau, N. P.; tier who used profanity. 4 ...... ....e........................ .......,.......................e..I..







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