The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00027
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,. For Associated,Best 55:Interests Years Service.PTCM Devoted of Key Day' West to Wirt the'. .' : t1 e lM" {tv- W- ,. tt-zt:



. ,. Increase Fund, TorEradicate i RAZING,LEVEES.., I ,Allotment{ ,flL$308r450 .-Asked, Various: Candidates Seeking Place In

," 'L: 'EFitTree! PestsIn Monroe I SOUGH1ttlfl OLD 1 ti 11. 1 I 'i r.&;, !, To : R&aWiate f I F FFort Taylor U. S. Senate Now 'Outlining Campaign

I By PAi""MU-
I Special \%..*la.e..('....*.r..e>.tt er"The title,. e -

pt .' Dd Gomez Appear PROGRAM FORMER M1cHtGAN1rGOVER-I WASHINGTON-; c., ous minorfgeneral improvements = VETERANS'PLAN GILFOND TELLS Many Will Make Endeavor

NOR WOULD MAKE NEW I May 9.-The division:of'applications : it V8S'said. 1

Before Senate Committee HIGH SCHOOL NILE VALLEY TO FURNISH and information The application has been OBSERVANCE OF i ABOUT INCIDENTAT In 1936 Elections To

In Regard To Mat- NECESSARY PROTECTIONBy I of the new works program,
HERETONIGHT forwarded by the division of MEMORIAL' DAY Oust Solons Now Occupying -
today; announced the war FERA OFFICE.

ter I I HOWARD W. BLAKESLEEA..ociated I department has filed application applications kins' work to Harry administrator Hop e I ; PositionsI


(Special t. The Cttlun) WASHINGTON, May 29.- and check will be
TALLAHASSEE May 29. Tear down all the levees on the By Associated Press)

Representative Bernie C. SECOND EVENT OF COM- I. Mississippi river proposes Chase ,Fort Taylor at Key 'Vest.r I made of the number of unemployed MAINE PLOT WHERE EXER. VERY SHORT TIME WITH' WASHINGTON, May 29AJ.

Papy of Key West announced MENCEMENT WEEK S. Osborn, and so restore to farmers r The work to be done under who would be CISES WILL BE HELD LITTLE HOLDUP OF WORK though .. ... ., kaurjact a

the country's great.elJi'aurce>> the allotment, if it is: I given jobs by the project. If
today that the senate I ( a* to when congress will
I' of natural fertility now going to 1 i granted, includes reconstruction Hopkins reports an apparent
appropriations committee Class Day exercises the second I wade I Ii Early tomorrow morning com Anent the disturbance at FERA wind .p the present session. there

event of i i of existing build need for the allotment, the mittees from the B. II.' McCalla
has increased to $108- Commencement>Week of Mr. Osborit; ,former governor headquarters yesterday and demonstration are indication around capitol hill

000 the amount for eradica- Key West.}High\;'ScnoolwiH' : ; 'W,'''of' MichiganV
:;.hefd'in thi'auditorfttar'oft: M S6tsaiJt1Ji'Jandl I new buildings, rand numer'',board for action.EXHIBITS. I II f Sawyer Post No. '28.; American arrest! ; of 'one of then trouble Coming !i. for serious attention.
tion 'of black fly and fruit '
stitution 8 o'coek thifeveningl'! t btect'its'ieiU&end 'farll l Legion win Visit 'the"'city reine, '
l pi lt'i'roDt1rHota" ; )( Ev: Gtlfond, administrator -
fly in Monroe county. Stage and''I.appurtenance'hav
r i\t ., lIe and Senator Arthur been beautilully'l colors-; uDnll'dee t t hodi'F-t.j ted:'l s.the1school f ni unities-'werewalled against rob- K.INK PASTMND FUTUREIN of their'*.respective comrades,' ,it Citizen: new rosiest i. passed around in A

.,bee I was staled. < '''W had ". clog kroe:. and corridor:
Gomez appeared before the inter pre ed with'tloster'of"thetschool : [ barons approximately one Member '

J committee and( ob- flower ''th ,i''edrumatiGJi1;)fwHis'\ proposal was written to M.j SOUTHERN CAEIFORNIA EXPOSITION I! Livingston W. Bethel,"'Arthur hundred-people.at the office yesterday l *' of the ho... have their eyes .
today Stewart and W. W. Johnson of I
forming an attractive'and PWA,1- ,
appropriate -j IE. Cooley, state engineer, demanding additional work
tained the increase from setting for the presentation I I{I Detroit who forwarded it to the Spanish War Veterans Camp, and vouchers. We tried to ; on seals .t tie ether side of the

of this impressive feature in the!1: Harold L. Ickes. Ickes offered to I I GIVEN I It I i I (0,. Aas.laied Press I I will decorate the graves of their that explain : capital and are preparingto f o
$17,000 originally VISITOR we were giving the all
as I
rec people
lives 23.I I
of the ftudenta and their ,. arrange a discussion with government -}! SAN DIEGO Calif., May -(former comrades, and T. A. Woody I we possibly could. after them i. the
asked themto primarie
families. Things historians have recordedand
ommended. I j I, 'I .
engineers.j and Earl Hathaway of the I II
There are 28,000, fruit The program for this evening(I I River Bottom Ruing I t WRONG IDEA OF things scientists say will ,b.,I! post will attend to the graves Legion of i not leave toe building so .they would Such gossip has it that Senator
will be: are linked in exhibits of San interrupt the work of the of-
"About the time the war 1 Morris
be"-I Sheppard of Texas
i their former buddies. I dran
trees on the islands of Mon- Processional! -Fealty Song.' Diego's $20,000,000 California I fice.
for-i I
I tween the states broke out.
I LIVING METHOD i Exercises will be held at thej of both houses in of
Welcome I I "When refused point continuous
Song-Class of 35. Pacific International Exposition. I Ir to leave I
Governor Osborn wrote, "the t !
that threatened : Maine Plot in
the ;
roe county are r I I i city cemetery called four officers service, will have
Salutatory, "Intangible Values" levees protecting towns were not r Scene of the exposition is Bal 'I' and the build i a fight
tomorrow by"a
: afternoon
by fly invasion, Papy -Edna Isabel) Roberts. I[. more than five or 10 feet high.!i' boa park where the Panama- parade of the various preceded organizations ing was cleared very peacefull7.lOne .I I on his hands next year. Two members

Play entitled "Pirates Gold"; Since then the levees have been GAINED IMPRESSION THAT Pacific exposition was held a score -I of the men was arrested but of the house--Martin Dir! of
told the committee.If j .r that had been invited to
I refused to'
during which is to be given: I_I: built up to 30 or 40 feet, perhaps I KEY WEST HOUSES WERE ,of years ago. Five million persons join the Legion Post in observing bring any charges Jasper and Orange and Joe Eagleof
the pest spreads to the Class Poem-Albert Wis: in. saw the 'Panama-Pacific in 1915- against him and be was later on
at least enclosing dykes
or great National Memorial Day and Houston-are both
Clan History-Edna Isabell ; that do not stand. Then BUILT ON STILTS; COM-' 16 and officials predict twice that! pay- released. reported
citru belt, the state will came ing homage to the illustrious dead i.
Roberts, : "The protest came from small I planning to run against him.
i: I many will click the turnstiles this a
I the building of.the cads jetties j*I I of all wars."This .
have to spend a great deal Giftorian-Hilda Demeritt. I and so on."The MENDS FEXA PROGRAM year. I j I I : js not a Legion Memorial\ ., group of people who seemed to Kentucky Battle Seen

more to check it, than will Valenzuela.Last Class Prophecy. Marguerite result has been that the i i I "Our exposition," says Zack" Day. nor a Spanish War Veterans feel that enough the for government them. I is am not sure doing !I!r Rumor has,it also that a fill ?t

I: colloidal suspension and the water I'I Farmer general manager, is| Memorial Day. stated P. B. the I class contest is ir the offing in
be necessary to wipe it out Will and Testament- these "The FERA Las done a wonder- essentially dedicated as a symbol j I majority of the people on relief -
burden of the river between I Hoberts.: general chairman of th:
Carmeline Alfonso. frl work in Key Wept," was the I in Key West feel differently.!)I I Kentucky where the partly yen
of the great new era progress
of Monroe county. artificial walls. Some of this Memorial Day committee, "but i illa
Presented : I "We do not anticipate further I'f ator is for reelection.
Citizenship Honor- statement msde yesterday by a' in the westI I any Logan up
material has out toward the that has been
i day designated at
to Frank Alvarez. I I gone visitor! from Miami The Citizen i iI I difficulty," Mr. Gilfond con
when floods BACK TO MAYANS National Mer.ifciinl and Las I Fred M. Vinson, a house ax-term
occur. Day
Scholarship Itonors-Margaret; J I sea to whom the remark was made,I. For the architectural motif the.Air tinued. "We will continue our II I
PJBLIC HEALTHNURSEliRRIVES "However generally speaking I I I been observein various 'll"aysl: er and author of the much di.-
Falcon and Curtis Stanton to bei J heartily agreed *..ith_ the state-, boatd-took Spanish art. aa course of doing everything, pos-
.j presented by High School V.-T.'A7*[ LIu! river bas beep confined-'so r** I throughout; the -- ITT -"inee iheCKV :rlbly caniorlBVrcJief client but tcuaaed) a -4o-pay" the coldteis'
J'[. that the Mississippi valley has lucnt.Within; 'starting point and built back'I II i nt<< the Ci>il War." we will not'be threatened browbeaten t I bonus which shelved in favor
Presentation of Class Gift to II a few minutes the vili:1 In- or was
I along the trail to the Mayan
about lost its tithfulness. I "Fr that reason it is the dutyof
1 school by President. Curtis Stan-t i tor said, "I would line to have dians and then forward to modernIstic I into any action. r of the Patman proposal is reported
serv'ce andorgauiz.tion
I "Once planter in the Mississippi ex-service I
a 'I : every "I have heard j I
] around
1I ton. 'I peen the city before the work was times. I I rumors
himself to
--I was always rich I patii-tic to observe girding run
bottoms a I II ''done. .
magnifying disturbance.
Valedictory "Good Word Brings I It must have been wonder- These r
MRS. EDWINA HODGES COMES' the Greatest lIappiness"-l\I.r-I I man. That was the choicest land Ifrl I to we many of the houses on!. From the Indians on through I': or "help; to observe this day and as- rumors are without foundation.The against Lrgan.Senator .
the avenue of'years when the i ht the sponsoringI Logan, a former chief
in Now about organizations
America. it is as I
garet Falcon. i ,[, stilts and watch the people! at their I I !I officers cleared the building I
TO KEY: WEST TO. JOIN have almost sub- Spanish conquistadors, then the th<' tftivities.* justice of the Kentucky court of
I i as we in few
poor minutes
I a without obstruction
Farewell Song-Class of 33.:; daily tat-ks. I any I
Padres and the Yankees to in created of
came i C eanizations rsrticipaling appeals something a
FORCES' I from the citizens and
necessitated the listener5ainq
Let River Take It Course California runs the theme of the the parade will assemble at the stir1 in the senate shortly after his
that he would: have liked to our work was immediately resumed.
APPRECIATIONDR. I: 44Wy plan would be to tear'have the when that ] exposition on into the future.In corner of Dtival and Eaton streets ." J I. election by declaring rather ironically -
down all the levees and let the seen city con- the Indian village 30 tribes I![; at 4 o'clock and move off promptly Regarding the mentioned I that he didn't want to come
and rumors
dition of living extant -
Mrs. Edwina Hodges has arrivedin : river go where it would buildingand !that statement elicited vas the follow- will be represented with more : at 4:30 o'clock. The line of by Mr. Gilfond The Citizenwas I to the senate in the first plat '*-
Key West to do public health JOHN EDWIN BROWN it went. than 200 true natives sons of the : march will be op Duval to Flem- told and that since he had been theTi '
fertilizing as ;r ting Ftattment. and question. I that a group of officials
nursing here, Mrs. Nina Ryder Columbus, Ohio I "Then I would protect the I pro you are a newcomer also state occupying their time with : ing *street up Fleming 19 Margaret bad'been summoned to Key West i he was not at all sure he cared

Johnson, director of the social May 25: 1935 towns by adequate levees, instead -J!!i jit like I am. How long have ceremonials, basket and cloth, up Margaret to the cemetery to investigate the matter. This: is1 about staying.
Mr. Cecil St. John Gray, weaving and metal work at their and then to the Maine\ Plot. Chavcs May Be Opposed
of trying to hold the river. absolutely erroneous. There
service division of. the Key West I t yon lived in this; delightful city of 't Organizations that have signi.I was a I.
Key West. Florida. There could be mounds of refuge"I!j: Key Wf'st."ith its fio hospitable crude anvils and forges. group of officials arriving yesterday Senator Capper, republican of
Administration this I' fied their intentions of being
I My dear Mr. Gray: __ for the country people; such as i' people and its many, charming Forward To Fmtare Cities | represented by rail who rame on other Kansas is reported to have run
morning. Mrs. Hodges succeeds I The sailfish arrived in Colum the Indiana used for that pur- I' homes." The Mayan motif has been built will include the American matters and their arriving had no 'I into political difficulties by hi-,

MVs. Helen Ramsey who has been I:I bus about twenty-four hours after pose. To which the reply was given into the structures with the large Legion Florida Drum and Bugle Corps. bearing whatever on the demon-!i support of "new deal" legislation.He .

transferred to Marianna. your letter of the 6th inst. I had J "People could be compelled tonove I that about 41 Years would cover wall spaces adorned with frescoes Battery B. H. McCalla E. Camp.N.tional.Guard U. S. W. V.;; stration. j[ has been charged by ro>.,"

lira Hodges.came here directly already arranged that if the City out of the worst danger: the period and during; that time no and friezes of their ancient carv-' Arthur Sawyer Post, American Three of the group of eight I members of his( party with beinga

: National Bank &; Trust display| zones. The levees around the I one hsd ever lived, in a house on ings. The pueblo style of architecture American Legionuxil who came are connected with vet a better democrat than a republican !
from Atlanta, Ga., where she has : wished to use this in their ]' Legion; erans' activities and left
t yesterday -
and effort be made
river towns would not need to be I i stilts. ranging from the adobe'j and 5 Boy Scouts of an may
done estate health nursing for four window they could do so. and the, | iarjr Troop ..Uuf\ oa..1De. then are I to unseat in '36.
the him
nearly so high if river were!1: "Why. said the visitor. "I was to the ultra-modern in the Motions America. .i .,' !.- ., '
years. During the past 15 Months box' was delivered there,'Tlwrltank f[ allowed to expand and distribute i told that many of the houses in Picture Hall of Fame will predominate Arriving at the cemetery the here ,an matters pertaining to pro- The attitude displayed by the
'' was able tot use-the fWin tln-ir'f .'t','"\ I II West stilts built y ta'bicbar"-being"; ootlined and I of senate liberals ,
she has done public health work Saturday = \\itel Key were on over' however.g11ut follow ing,program will bq.Afndef' group 7 when
window from Monday until "Itl-wo'ultf' be ideal' the water and the fih. wriich Manned 'f**>.tke future. Dennis Chavez of New Men
{ to canalize : : in the fields of arts, ed .- $
with the WJiUe-tn : I : ,
Georgia ERA. of the week ending the- the Mississippi(! A straight canals formed one of the food staples; of sci educatioh Ameriea' !:..,"'\' .; sfw .poi..t.d out by one of-I I presented himself to take the
that work she had charge of 15 18th and I am justified in,saying nee, transportation, I gdienge,, .h, +.i !4u.Prayer1 1 fieial 'ntranspoctatkin.facilities
counties in Georgia. that the? Ould be ideal/for navigation and the community. ,were. caught by and agriculture1! displays; will r.ThI Chaplaiu.n., ,- '?. inu41ltard1reached: ,' oath of office to fill.out the unexpired -
The siurpe 1' more people'stoppe1" would not _cost''as! much lDI the I the dwellers without having to dP I II ta( aimed at the/years to come. I Soto-Ii &usan jLa.Kin. ... : ai most undreamed -> terms of the late Bron.>on, <
new public health : + devel- I.
this exhibit than 'any T
street to see .stage1 Trf' aped !I
here I i ,jong run as; '\tido>slo,try to keep I anything else bit >ait a line thrpw? I "The5' exhibits have been de.igsied' -!: Address.Cbas.. '1., etehum., Cutting makes certain a livrisenatorial /
1 received Tier at Vafl
training other of the merchanUle1 exhibits I Ii .6pnent4, "'Len.UiciaJe 'ins Washington
;* oPen a ehinn'th 1 that'is constantly i it out of the window. front door, to show the American'home Duet-Mrs.. Carl Bervaldi ai,4A. contest in that state\
derbilt University which has lone ''week l learn of troubtt
that are'in.there; f ram to i can oc'curving
filling and changing." and catch all the fish needed. schools, factories and whole'' G. Sands. I I next ;year. _
of the outstanding public 'b ]' week. The box is now here at in Key West at 11 o'clock
allb'l After being told that somebody cities that are to come," saysj:| Placing wreaths by different I I The six senators who absent"I
nursing schools in the !: the office and I have a man con had been her and be on the scene of the disturbance .
probably spoofing Farmer. organizations. themselves from the chamberwhile !
She is contacting physician and :nected with a picture-framing establishment within 60 minutes. 1
: I GILLENTINE AND 'the visitor replied that although The Boulder dam; the great Salute by firing squad. i Chavez, a democrat, was
other medical sources in the city, I house coming over t: As a preventive, measure against !S
much disappointed
the :
'' I was very water projects of the Grand TapsLIGHT being sworn in, are prepared to
discussing! with them plans forgiving tomorow to get it up here. ARRIVE'REPRESENTATIVE |! not seeing the houses on stilts she Coulee and Bonnerville dams; the'bridges any further disturbance or demon- invade New Mexico if necesatin ) ';
a more effective public 'I I think altogether I must compliment FAMILY :. had enjoyed the visit and would : strations being staged at head- ;i
at San Diego bay; harbor 'j 1936. The progressive bloc in
health service to Key West. you upon the work, and I TENDER quarters Patrolman Bienvenido'
come again.CARIiGS Pacific'coast both houses went to the
the '
"We are very fortunate in I if the fish' holds up to its present I I developments along ; Perez was on duty at the gate this i t supportof
h.v-I i the Los Angeles aqueduct i i': Cutting.in 1934 and have aid
it will all fish! ; morning to keep order and quiet.
ing Mrs. Hodges to do this appearance gratify
{ OF MANUFACTURING PLACED and the All-American canal: projects GOING ON TRIP privately they are willing to take
in Key West since she has had lovers who see it. j !
i I i I I costing' altogether more than f i I the field again for the QUit which
the I hope will have a success- HOUSE HEREON !
training and experience she you j, ANOTHER !
a billion dollars will, be seen in : SPONGE !I the New Mexico progressive 'pons -
has" Mrs. Johnson said. "The I ful year and that I will have an I I BUSINESS VISIT ON EXHIBIT HEREMinute bold relief. : s!! sored.
.Admini&tratibn that all opportunity of seeing you again' SUPERINTENDENT
!; Both Chavee and New Mexico'
local: groups will cooperate with this coming winter. I I SALE HELD TODAY !
her." Very sincerely yours, !BETTY ALLSHOUSE I LEAVE ON VESSEL other democratic senator Carl

DR. JOHN E. BROWN. II. Gillentine, representing Lever but "/ell defined, carvings ,| Hatch, serving unezpired terms,
Broa, manufacturers of famous in chalk were, placed OB exhibition 1' I TOMORROW NIGHT | will be up for reelection ia ,'J<5.,
NEW I IR I Sponge sales this morning at From present indications th<- ,"II-
ARRIVAL Lite Buoy, Lux and in ,the f4e4tf1t a\111 CONTESTJVINNERIBetty II R :(
STEAMER GATUN Gallery today.: The VaVvfngs are I i municipal sponge dock: elicited active -(i: atonal contests in thaii litt'tj
' I II I others of the finer saponaceous the work of Miss Betty Moreno, I I W, W.;Deraeritt, superintendent i bidding on the part of buyers,:j promise to be very mueh> \ oI

HOME OF FILERS DUE ON FRIDAYSteamship products, is a visitor Key West,! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.'Curry I Lee Allshouse, 12 rear'! of the Seventh Lighthouse Diet I although practically-all( of the lota j national spotlight next ;year

I accompanied by Mrs. Gillentine:'I Moreno, and' will: be been at the old daughter of Mrs and Mrs. C.I t ftrict i will leave 10 o'clock: tomor- : were bid in by a representative of I

-' I and the family. I gallery for some time' I U. A1lhon formerly of Key, row night on the Tender Ivy for one firm. j

Announcement has been made I' While Mr. Gillentine" is. a .frequent -, Tiny figures and portraits (in |' West, has been announced Mother's'as ones I. Tortngas'where: he will make an Only four sizable offeringswere {.!DELEGATES NAMED\

of the birth of a ,son. weighingnine Gatun. of the visitor to ,Key West due to, relief on small. ordinary-pieces'' fj: of three ;winners in a i inspection of. the' light and prop- on the dock. These were I i

pound, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Standard Fruit and Steamship''j' the enormous sales*of the products -I chalk such'as used in schools,'are.Day drawing contest held May blIn ;. erty. bought for $466 $241 $224 and FOR LEGION MEET

'mond Filer on Friday at their Company. is due in port Friday; he handels this. is the first I included: in the, exhibit. A numberof Miami. 'j Mr. Demeritt will be accom- : $154 ,respectively. Other -small I
Philadelphia consigned to been Betty's offering in, the competition panied by Mrs. Demeritt. their sold,1
home. 1219 Pearl'street. from time the family has accompanied different subjects have lots totalling $50 were

The youngster has been .piven the Porter Dock Company.The | him and they are delighted with II'II'r undertaken by this young designer was a picture of a girl,:son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and bringing the day's business to a

the name of Charles Raymond. vessel will take on fuel oil I''. the* visit. and the results obtained are hanging a heart shaped box of. Mrs. William Demeritt. Jr., and total of $1,135. 1 i I At a regular meeting of Arthur

and water and leave for Frontera ii 1 One of the main reason of Mr. highly creditable, it is said. Mother's Day candy on the front daughter, Mrs. Al Moore. I Sawyer Post No. 28, American

to take on cargo of bananas and I; Gillentine's visit is to place a fall, Artists in the art division of the door and the girl saying "IH just Another passenger! on the Ivy FOR RENT Legion, last night. Commander J.

Truck Arrives Tonight sail for her home port. >! page advertisement with The Citi- Key West Administration, expressed hang this here for Mother's Day. will be E. R. Neff, FERA engineer W. Finder and Earl Hathawaywere
I know she's be glad." who will to attend to matters F.ri.Ia... New elected as delegates to Tep-
Issue admiration
With Ferry Palma arrived yesterday r' zen, which will appear in the unstinted praise and go
variety .f '
FRESH another Moreno' work Betty Lee's mother was before!': in connection with work being BUNGALOWModar. resent the post at the department
from Cuba with 16 l of Friday, announcing of Miss j
FRUITS and VECET ABLESLowe's I 1 ..v*.!..- 'Gar .I convention to 1 held in Daytona
Miss Florence' Sheheeof conducted Fort JeffneOl1.whkh ; f >e
marriage : on
carloads of pineapples, 7391 ijof I the sales of cleansing agents aid said they hoped many Key i I
adver- visit the gallery Key West. The family has a is'on Garden Key. A lot of 636 WniMoa Street Beach. June 6, 7 and 8.
Cash Grocery crates, two cars of twine. 92.which is part of a gigantic Westers would i I
1117 Division St. Phone sacks! of mail and eight empty. Using program being carried on and sea the work of the young, number of relatives and friends piling to be used on the projectis -ApplyVALDES I exercises Final plans for also Memorial completed.Day
67S carried the Ivy. BAKERY were
ca.... > I by the company. Key West artist residing here. being on


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I __ WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1935.t ,
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... .. ...... 1 MEMORIAL DAY '
'i' Charleston, S. CX, and Jacksonville,
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""J'J&r". I I '-i I UNUSUAL FACTS REVEAlED r I WEATHER Fla., 30.16 inches, and the north-
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.....h..4 Daily Except 8.ad 7 ByU L :cm high pressure area overspreads
TQ$ pT.JltQ 'WBUIIBqO. co. IJllCo Each year more and more graves of i ,i the extreme upper Mississippi( and
P.JtRTMA-H, f,eeJ4-.. our soldier dead claim the loving attention -b"MM$ j Missouri Valleys! \\ illboon N. L>_,

From Greene Tho CttUen.aa4 Aaa balldiac Streets of relatives, friends and living comrades, 1 ; 1 t i. Temperature I East Gulf: Gentle to moderate! r3q.iz:
Corner TtH2 the Highest .... .. ... ... 8ft j low in most other sections
a1y N.wpapu' Key We, *_* and_ Vonro who on May'30 place upon them flowers aurat Lowest ...' ::..::-::: :: ::. .... 75 I i.f the country, with disturbances
'a Dally- Co..t,... and flags as tributes to those who sleep. v,+rrt murd ; Mt'an. .............. .. ... ... 80 r @!I over the far northeast, Eastport.
This beautiful custom is said to'fiave : '; /i Normal Mean .. ... ...... ... .. .._.80 I ilc f 29.76 inches and northern
Altered at Key Wet. Florida,, a* eeond las* matterMember : J Texas! Abilene\ 29.84 inches. Rains

rpI'T..IX'I'H TEAR I originated at Petersburg, Va., where on I Nft1HTIX I R.i.f.U.I and thunderstorms have occurred

et U!f Aeciated frt. June 9, 1865, the citizens decorated the lfM WJ I e terdaj Precipitation! .0 Ins. I during the last 24 hours from the
..- ..Lj A..oclated Pre.. ta sd..ly.IJ'? eaUUed to1.1' as. of a number of'Confederates' who l|I Normal! \ r Precipitation .. .141ns.Tpporr ., central Plain States and middle
rep..Ucatk i of all .ew* dUpatfbsa'ct.d/ud't0 graves Tuffa eft as k E oo, ,: '1'M: r...w4 _.'P.:.t-.P .is..qrpi&Hey: Vi'riheastward
the It or local not Dews otlerwla puWIl credited.laer-In this paper and. ale> had fallen in battle while defending the flapack ftipusitfa :; lrwdl.i ,K at. M. :el.e1. fah P...PI"'I 11 J.1 o\er northern New England, being -

-- town on the.sa e date a year before. In ] I w'. AlmanacSunRriRes' i heavy at Little Rock, Ark,

.PItAUOJtALWITOP/AL, 1868, Mrs. Logan, wife ;of General John A. catt. ....._ 5:37. Fair 1.2.af focbee and Detroit. Mich..
ASSOCIATION -4 'Sinfsttt'I i ',,*,._:....:: .. ... 7:12 p m.| 2 00 inches. There have also Wen
/ 9.3.5IrJI. Logan, then commander-in-chief of the G. Moon\ rises .. ._ _.._ 3:"8 a. uu{,oi thean winds.WEATHER. light to moderAte rains in the central -

I A. R. ,happened to visit Petersburg on its Moon ae\\ .._..._....e. 5.51 p. m.' Rocky Mountain and Plateau
w aIPTIOJl. RATES. regions and the north Pacific
11:: annual Memorial l Day and was so impressed j I Tomorrows Tides CONDITIONS j on
? :J:::; : cos't. Temperature changes .have
Three MODb! r .". 33$ with the idea that she recomjmended ,.I Gauva., {tlct( CllTMw A.M.; P.M. been generally slight and readings
)..' MonthL... s.1 I I to the general that it be made a hfuIoc4a /m.h|I .....:.........:.. 7.-4S 0.20Ltw Pressure continues moderately are near or aoove normal though-
,,,, Jfeckly 02. I iO1L K Q. ...... .......;. 1-00 232 high over southeastern V districts. out the country.
:ADTKBTIfllKQ BATES' : national custom. Barometer 8 a. ni: today: ..
Made known apptlcatfosarElaAl. -
on NOT/CM Accordingly, he issued a proclamation ii 1 u1 I Sea level, :30.or.WEATHER --- -- -- --- - -

All reading tlotle... C T*. of thank, r...111<<0.. efffpfrt all of the LL9 J
next calling posts
rbltuary notice, etcwill. be charged for at year upon FORECAST
;Jr rate of :* cent a line. ..
G. A. R. to observe May 30 as DecorationDay
..:.... -
interns for entertainment by ehnreaea from which -- i I I Your Vacation
retcjju* la to be derived are I cent. a lln.. or Memorial Day, by which it is also r IsfLgliWfrGk !
Th. 'ttl.ea I. all open foram and lavlte 41 o *- (Till. 8 p,. m., Thursday.
don of public l**..e* a4 subjects of local or general known, and'this day is now a legal holiday '
,, Key West and Vicinity Generally |
ntf rert bpi H will not pabllah sno/17moue corltmant-, : If you are going to summer school, or planning -
in 40 states and in all U. S. .
possessions.In fair tonight and :Thursday;;
(. a motor trip, or any journey, you will feel
As ,the mother sewefh &o shall the recent years, especially since the i t[gentle; to moderate. east and southeast !safer: and more at ease if you are sure that the
child rip. World War, this date has been observed I I I winds. j jI i iI funds you carry are protected. Let us assist you!

more generally in the South, usually under Florida: Generally fair. tonight j j in procuring this protection by converting your
fktwe. G? i .. and Thursday. ]
the auspices of the American although ta'f J JI travel funds intoAMERICAN
Legion! : --
The mystery out mystery stories pick, caquta.AptclaUq{v AdH4fe'f 'I Jacksonville.to Florida Straits! ] .. .
all l Southern States also observe
how plot.nantyieldsn i .... tn I Gen/Ue southerly winds over north! j 'f'
.if-. : filj Co tAtiiitej"ona: Day, on 'differentdatllrfif ', '
l > i !
and winds
fl. 1 J" ." : j 'VaVfous s soZi. portion gentle easterly CHEQUESIF :
the states.
: I over south portion fad generally'l
A Maine woman's pet name for herr fair weather tonight i and Thurs- I ,
I These dates are April 26 in Alabama, -. ---.-. \ THESE checks are lost or stolen (un-

I! : husband is "Theory," because he. won't. Georgia, Mississippi and Florida May 10 .. ?'. -j.. -.. i lie i schools of Monroe County and 11 l I day.. .sir '. :- i countersigned), the amount involved is refunded

:. work. in North and South Carolina, the second KEY WEST IN Key West was the keynote of the!!' ments was the. .miscellaneous! to you. In'spending them all that is necessary is

Friday in raT in-Tennessee, and June 3 I'program at the luncheon Thul'SlI t shower given by Mrs. Clifford! for you to sign them a second time in the presenceof
'West :-n'ideal place far DAYS GONE BY I day afternoon given by the Key' Hicks and }f.... Willard Albury'' 'die them.
Making (the birthday of Jefferson Davis) in Louis- West Rotary Club at which the yesterday afternoon .at the at-; one accepting

family life is an ambition that. should be iana. Happening- Here J..t 10 Year faculty of Monroe High Schooland ;. tractive home of Mrs. Hicks 1311'' -FOR SALE BY-
uppermost in our thoughts. Ago Today A* Take From the 1925 senior class of the Flagler avenue in honor of Misaj
National Memorial Day on May 30 is The File. Of Tke Cit a- school were guests. The luncheon
Janice Hicks, ,daughter of Mr. and
it the occasion for especially impressive cere- was held in St.;Paul's Parish. ball.- Mrs. Vernon Hicks, 1130 division! The First National Bank of Key West

A statistician says costs $6,000 toe monies at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier The yeaning of a high school street who will wed Ralph L.J
: bring up the average child.: A' rather in Arlington Cemetery, near Washington education will be' the subject of'von Charming in all it* appoint- Higgs Tuesday evening June 9. : r

potent argument for birth control. I..n tn h. tonight; t.n ..__ I .
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to -- -------- -- --- --- --- -- -
where the President and high offi- -- --- -------- -- --, ------------ -- --- --- ---- -- ---
-dUtt; class-f the Monroe
cials of our own and foreign governments 'High School, ,by Dr.' Joseph t

. Every community is blessed with some usually participate i in the exercises. Roemer of the State university.! ". '

4 unselfish citizens who look ahead and The exercises. will be held in the x x.s..

for the of their home school anditonum\ beginning 8 ,. .
plan improvement
? FAKE PRIZE SCHEMESA o'clock. Fifteen seniors will be. I .... b ., ...

town. presented with diplomas signifying : -! /tv4.. a.\ t..Vtt \

the completion pf four years; ,.
rather ancient scheme for separat l .
of study which have been up to
A New. York banker says he would '
z ing the unwary from their money is being mark required. for graduation.! J t VI 114l
like to run a newspaper for a week. And class
Members of the graduating
.t worked both in the United States
think what an editor could do with a bank again are Floyd Schrader, Ella Robert*.I
in one day. and Canada, according to a leading business Charles. L. Curry, Wilma Burnu.
men's magazine. Eloise Lowe: ; Angelo Perez. LUiaj: i
The plan is to insert an advertisement Azpetia. Dorothy Cleare George.
Those on the delinquent tax list can Gardner, Enjory Montecino, James] I ... :. '._
containing a perfectly simple puzzle which .
- Russel], Kermit Clare Celeste j
settle for 50 cents the dollar. ,
now on
anyone can easily solve, ,and offer prizesfor Archer: Mary Louise Ingrahamj ,
Where does hat put those who have paidon correct solutions. A favorite prize is a and Frances _Cochran.' J1|
the pucker |U it?-Fort Myers News- ) '
tt4 ,
"building lot. bill > Oh a Yankee ship
'V One of the clauses in a recently l :
Tress. Of course anyone who sends in a solution introduced\ in the legislature. 1 j
down the
of the lot but he by Representative J. F. Busto! of tomes river
puzzle: wins a is :
Business! men now say that full recovery informed that he will be expected to remita Monroe Key West, will to allow secede the citjf{ of! 1 Her masts and yards
is in sight but that legislative un- :small sum-in one "case_ $7.7&-for the State of Florida and provides'I j they shine like silverY I

certainties, threats pf governmental con- deed and other incidental expenses connected that Harry Jenks, who u now Y A

trol, and interferences with legitimate development with the transfer of the property.The Doorkeeper at. the !legislature will ofiKey !
be president of the Republic{
ate factors terrifying to many "lot" is very small; and the 7.75 fees ; ) West for the next 40 years, ]j

industries. alone! would net the seller around $200 an i '
Charles Cooper, age 62, was
:acre for some worthless land. found dead last evening at an:

There must be a natural attraction So, if the "winner" swallows the bait early hour in, his room at SJ6}| '

between a man and his work, because no he is out just $7.75 for the privilege of i William f tret where be had been:
residing i for some ti me- Mr.'
man or woman ever excelled at any pur- working\ the puzzle) while. his name ,|is I ooper had help ill fpr se.ver.al I I Ix

suit for which he or she entertained a dis : passed' along) tp swindlers( ) .as that of an I weeks and was recovering., Idel! I 4

like. Graduates should bear this! in mind i easy mark to be added to the "sucker 1 l\acljjlst, finished j Baking some. :
nourishment apd was heard walking -:
when making a choice for their life's work; i 1 list. around the house. '4 .short!

choose whatever line of.tmdea'ortoVhtrti ";1 "Tne'r'u' ".tee' man. ,.perfoctlir!) .)legitimate'Jlri7eYifteVs time afterward someone pacing

you feel i inclined, and then you Win 1ie'\V'., \ ; "advertised invapous iIo periodicals 1- his room, found the doer open/1 : t e N e1 ra
.. looked and discovered } t y 1
out your destiny ,with. enthusiasm.. :'II. .t b'ut'1. those whichjr fi) q'.n payment\ lying .Ii 'of' 8.\CR\ ef'orc'the: jfr, || delivered( aregeiierattv j 5 ; V

iflorida ( : r j; flaudulenlMMl fl!liould b e shun..affil In the Miami! Herald of !layi} _
being nearer: theeffep| 1 ." \\0 ,!>! 28 a northern visitor is quoted,as,

should profit hand qmely?from } e ..u tai \ ni ..,..,. t :; saying that after traveling! ov''f' .. .
tive divorce business of the nation. Stilla the world' he had found' the e i
the rainbow in Miami. The Key!
good deal of this trade will to Nevada rt
go NO WAR POVERTY OR DISEASE West Chamber of Commerce! adds!' M C'
and Arkansas, because the' solons at Tallahassee that if this gentleman will fome: i rw.:
to Key West he will find the pot
did not the residence require-
When the citizen of Key .
average of gold! which is at the end of the ::
ments 30 instead of 90 days. Since |the West looks ahead and attempts to foresee rainbow. .

law is a bid for lucre, the state might as I what will be going on here one hundred John Shea, the'i iI y:. r.
well cash; in for all the traffic will 1 bear. representing .! a .-.
the limit to the visionof '
years from now only New York Aquarium is.in_the city:
the future is the ceiling! of human for the purpose' collecting. \- L -'
There are no patents on "social se- I imagination. I queer and interesting, fish" for the'
tank- in New York. To date Ur.*
curity" and it i is not recent _
a discovery.The t e After the progressive developments of I Shea has already! erred 1481+
Pilgrims had something of the kind in the past century it would require a wise i species will secure 35 others be-r
their The administration and i fore leaving nest Tuesday.:'Fouri f
compact. man to say what is not possible. An English -I G'
trips yearly,are necessary t* keep' t '
congress; have taken; cues and pointers from j j divine sees, one hundred years from I I the aquarium supplied, with fish. ,- '

!social rt service workers of the Jane Addimsvtype jl j' nqw, a world without war:poverty or dis-! i said Mr. Shea, this beuig-: .the| "1. '

and if they pay less attention! to | ease. Truly a great plcjtare/but;, how can I first. He expects to make; tree l ;ood'shsps those old:windjammers!
more trips between .A w and -
1 tfoiitics and human relatiqns therenpy :
more to it be? r I. September. ; 1 f

be old-age pension and security rpeasqre I I The race will not acquire the abolition '.!I. J: t ., built from the heart of the oak 9 4 ti

some 'day to help forgotten mep, women ji i of war,, poverty or disease, without tread-4 j Editorial comment f: Many fel-l
and children. 1 ing the pathway of laborious effort which j I J Ji i low has found that vheettles a:Jtil's.' r f
upon ham it is already. a'
j j i! will be necessary to abolish these evils. It ,'shop-worn article. And good cigarettes those
Samoa enjoys the best medical will require, not alone.labor, but a spiritual t .

tion modern Europe and American' atten-I I regeneration of the human soul, a reforming close Evening one of shadows:the ntost brought enjoyable,to m j+ Chesterfields.i Made of }mild 1 ripe

have to offer but the natives o of educational activities and a recon partiexgiven by little folk during: .

relapse! into their od| ways 3 and old ideas.j'I struction .of economic: order. the season when. Hiss Fannie. ;'L; ':>t basao aged 2'years .more.
Given acted .
hostess .
A native woman's club, Cpr instance= maybe Is the gain north the price? That is ber of. her little as schoolmates a man-::at'her | .

taught modern medical Lnqwledgt 4he.questjon to be answered first. If V it !is. hope 919 Whit* street)'esi'r-,i

when to the amazement of ,the doctors, l'f then the average individual, should pre- t j day afternoon..All ku>d$ of pipes a-# \" the: bats
; :
cigarette MJLDKR\.
the women, instead of spreading their I pare himself to take part in the great en- j were played and't' ., H : r.
I [gmestht children enjoyed le-i; .
y knowledge:treat' it' as! did- the qld. medicine .-I deavor. Every citizen of .Key West has a j iheioas refreshments. | .- t. ; "> ;

mien, keep it to themselves as a mean ]j i part to play in the progressive developJ J I > ; cigarette. O r* ._*=!,- TASTES JJ JTTEK1113.LrftReMumT
I The forward march of
of securing prestige. |l went of the which cannot be j ignored. ]! eelac.-J C ; : ; ?fc '
face, '
; '
1 I tian a d the progress,o{ : ( ; ; : ;felt 'r-- :LzY' r

e 1 e iq

t) Y..vA S ..193S. -

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\:'BARNEY ROSS 1 1i .. ." '..." ." .t noted chemist,- born at Gridley,/justice for Rhode bland- born \r\
j1 j1i
I IRECREA'rIoNUNff Today's Birthdays I CaL 57 years ago. Cortland Co., N. Y.. 46 years ago.

WINS CAME J i .t'....'.......a........i.iIaj.
SPORTS1J 1 Helen W. Atwater of Washington Very Rev. Coleman Kevil president !-
) Gen.'Irving J. Carr, U. S.j of Georgetown Univ., Washington
I I D. (X '
editor of the Journal
OVER M'LARNIN A.. chief signal officer born atChippewa j I D. C.. born in Philadelphia
; ; Falls, Wis., 60 yean' of home Economics, born at 1 67 years ago.
I! eryille. Mass. 50
:year ge.
-T- ago.
:: r j. I Sqlll-j Former Governor George A.

'. .. .- -' '" .- .. +. DIAMONDBALL GAME PLAYED i:1 CHICAGOAN REGAINS WELTERWEIGHT -! Dr. W. Lee Lewis of Chicago, Ira Lloyd Letts,-former- F.. '; 62 Parks years of ago.Alaska, born at Denver,

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TIGERS; I SCORE OF 13 TO 8 I I. .BATTLE, 1 .:.......................00000...............,.......... ..............
I' ,

: The :Eecreation ten defeated NEW;.YORK, May 29.-In a"";

Administration. outft.in.the only fast and furious-fifteen-round bat-j .

The Key West picked aggregation .rip i tp.center and Erwin aeored.)I game played by the ocial.i Legaue I I tle.'it) the"National League park .

Vf f baseball tossers and theVgterans' J M, Griffin! jva!t hit, by pitched!, balllA..k ]I yesterday.13-fo. 8. The. find score was: I,,1 lift pnight,Barney Ross of Chicago -;' HOT WEATHER
battled! through 11 1 S \
club! fanned l to end the inning-; PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS! I I the .
regained welterweight
The Witting of cooper; ahi.Clem :
Innings of fast baseball at Snake One rpa fwo idyll{. no errors.
championship} from McLar-I
WIN ents featured. Each bit three, Jimmy
Creek field Sunday before' the FROM WHITE SOX AND, RI
.s..Ye tIt fin winning the decision.
by ;
"fejy.} j
Conchs pushed acrpss the winning j |
: flew : CLEVELAND, ; INDIANS WAL ,! There were no knockdowns dur-'
out to : In the field, the leaders were:
tally to hang a 7 to 6 victory.
pp I
.\SktJ\ A.; Peref singled thrjRh I F. Matthews. Weintraub and ing the course of the fight but .
The .Veteran Joe Casa. on the LOP SENATORS
mound for the Key West ball short; Pre? stole? fecond; Gale I I Clements for the Recreation boys. the wrap was peppy from start
,beat out a hit to short and pr'31! and A. Roberts and Sierra for the to finish, with both contenders for f SPECIALTIES
ers..yjelded! 12 hits and would
wan. **at to third: ; e n the old hidden :: :: j Office bunch. I.I ring honors giving all they had in .
have in nine innings, but for ...... |
I five made by his teamraatf s. (ball trig; |c. Cryii' | rfa;Jted Peres off I <* Thp CltlM-B) The Office boys scored six runs'in exchange of Hows: sidestepping I Hand
Inning errors by inning account of the t third; Hale stolesecond; Hale out i NEW YORK, May, 29. The the fint'.frame and 11 batters I' other features of the boxing ,',

.trying to steal l third. I II Detroit Tigers deleateet'he New : faced Roiam. Six Kit safely, one game.
ia4! t I,I No runs; one hit; no errors York Yankees i in their series opens walked, two were doubles and'onea I Among the celebrities at the j :
Fiat 4"M"IC!'! VETS-Davis out, third to first;'t 8 to 3. Led by Hank Greenberg home tun-yet they lo t' 'the ringside were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph j I .
CONCHS: -Castro flew out to Voyles xaff 9opeend baseman'sInisrue 'Rosam also hit a" homer. Tunney, Mayor Florello LaGuardia -;
right Perez out, second to lint; ] of his grounder; on Em..'.!i and Bill IJogeH, each: of whom Frame.Score-by innings: R-H.; E.I Postmaster General James A. < .

'Beck took Hale'a grounder and single! to. center!. .Davis! went to connected with two home runs Recreation-, Farley and Mr. and Mrs. Jack: ? ,
threw wild to"fir.t:; C Griffingrounded ,third. Thompson looked at four the Detroit dub finally went to 123 042 010-13" 13 5 Dempsey. I 1 Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers j
out, pitcher to first.
wild on .s $nd bases are loaded. victory. 1 Administration i Y
Trio ryju; tg hits i ; one error. ]Morley singled into ,
'left'f -scwiBjfY The Phi'adp'r.ljia: Athletic! .6 0'010'GOOt1, 2 1 SOFTBALL GAMES 1 '
VET -rLowkis whiff dj i Davjs ; les.and : }} :
) Enria. Siekkri patting Batteries iri
: R*sam an ldrljlff j .
ogtttei'eenteVoFle, popped' ; dpwned the Cai.L6Q"h: ;ie t Sox G i iI < hi
flew} j for Jla Yli Thermos.Bottles
walked.otpnsonwas E. and J.
up, tp h itd. "'', ..1 trapped pff third for!the. second "-j I to !5.; A' barrage.: pf home runs, including -!. Robert Cooper. 1; AT PARK TONIGHT i Jugs 1

No runs' \ : to hit; ao errors.' ( ouof the hlQ arts. Harrison I t Bab 4">iinson's eleventh St ndingvanding: of. the clubs: r .

S.-.4 hnti-c ;' singled: into right and Morley" 1 circuit blot lit the: season, gave Club- W. L. -Pet-: ; L I :

It, ..OOlC1lSaa out, short to, scored..Griffin out. second to finst.Three ? : .I 1 the Mackmvii the victo. '. Cuban Club _,..._.--:... i; 3WV
first; Sevilla flew out to second. : runs;;three. hits;;; one error. -y. Recreation ____.__._ 7 3 .7Q0; (By JOVE) I
Sterling lined out to center.! -I The fll: Louis browns triumphed i The Garage diamondball ten of .
'' Service .....h....__.... 6 4 .600
Ko rains; no hits: no errors. Eighth! !*ai"r J.!over the 8"."+.oD lied Sux, 6 to 5.i Administration _. .5 5 .500 the Social League will meet the t

VETS: -Erwin.: playing ,for/I r CoNCH Griffin flied out-3; Each of the cisiM:. used thee pitch-i i Lighthouse; ....._.-.--,-5: 5 .500 :i Cuban Club outfit in the first ELECTRIC FANS i
Beck: doubles into left field;: to center; Casa popped out to Thompson lifted a high one tocenter view
__... 3 5 :13751American
pitcher: Sevilla lined out to right. The Cleveland Indians : .
for an easy out; on Mor- ; a L : wallop. j I In the second the Service ag-
3 }
k)"'. hopper to.ahort. Hale fumbles N. runs; no hits; no errors. 1 Jed: the Washington Senators. 6 to' Legion Igregation will lock horns with the L .

the ball and,Motiey is safe at VETS-Low Ids singled to right; 4, with Harder on the mound for 'I Lighthouse! team.GAMES. "" : ;

mikes ftcst. EniD out; taken Harrison third grounded; Martin Davis fpmbled, grounded, tip ball to aad second both men who the winners. Newson did the twirling -: LEAGUE STANDINGS'AMERICAN TODAY l: $$185 1 to $10.95'l

were safe, Lowkis going all the for the losing aggrega!iou. 1 t.
weakly to pitcher who threw him! ; : ___ __
wig to third. Voyles flied out to The Pittsburgh Pirates downedthe I LEAGUE
out at firstN. :
.left and Lowkis .scored after the I i .AMERICAN LEAGUE I
hit Phillies, 3 to 1, having won the! I I
runs; one ; one error. catch. Davis, was thrown 'out.' W. 1. Pct I New York at Washington:-Ruf- S

Third IBBIBI : catcher to second; Erwin lifted along ]j series two to one. The. victory: Chicago _._._.._20 12 .625'}I fing vs. Burke.Philadelphia i

,CONCHS-Alfonso went out one to left for an easy out.)left' the Pirates in fifth place. New York __ 21 14 .600,J at Boston-Benton
winging Arias lifted fly to Cleveland .__.18 14 .563' : lj
; pop One run; one hit; one error. The Cincinnati Reds defeated i vs. Ostermueller. I
third for the second But Castro Detroit _. ..:......18 16 .529 s
; scheduled. .
grounded to third who threw him Ninth .I!!!!!snag 4 the Boston Braves, 13 to I. Derringer Boston __.__._1716 .515 j Only games Garden Hose and Lawn i
CONCHS Sterling sinjrledjj;: did mound for the : Sprinklers j
out at firrt. j duty Washington __...17 16 .515 NATIONAL LEAGUE t .

No runs; no hits; no errocs. :I thr.ugh.short and later stole sec Reds with Rhem and Cantwell Philadelphia ......_..11 20 ..3511St. I Chicago at' Pittsburgh-Carleton .

V H.'SGriffin'' 'out second j ond. Alfonso singled into left,' twirling, .for the Boston dub. 1 Louis ........._"__. 8 22 .267. I vs. Lucas.Cincinnati '"
Sterling taking third. Arias biat* .."." *" *" *
to first Lowkes of Casa's The summaries Schott .
; sent one : I at St. Louis-. .
fart ones to deep center for a ed safely and Sterling scored, Alfono -| NATIONAL LEAGUE ; NATIONAL LEAGUE: j,vs. Walker. .
triple.' Davis and Voyles both taking third. Castro< flied j At Pittsburgh R. H. E.1 Club- W. 1. Pet ,, Boston at Philadelphia-Brandt

popped out to short. oct to right and Alfonso scored j Philadelphia __- 161 New York 22 9 .no \ Walters. l'l''s. i SoufhFIorida' Contracting & Co. I IPhcftfr
after the Catch Lowkis relieved Engineering
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No runs! ; one hit; no errors. Pittsburgh 3 11 1Batteries Chicago 17 13 .567 Only games scheduled. _
F*.rtk Immimg Giffin in the box. A.- Perez struck : Pozzuiks-Bm JtI' Davis Brooklyn _.._19 15 .550 t
CONCHS-A. Perez out pitcher cut. Hale walked.. Griffin also, I Prim and Todd; Weaver and St. Louis\ 'h' ........_.18 15 .545.. The Santa Cruz County Conservation -, : 598 White and Eliza Streets I

to first; Hale doubled down walked.' Casa whiffed. *;Padden. > Pittsburgh ":" _.21 18 .536 Associations is l\Pongo.1 : "Your home is worthy of the best"
Two runs; three hits; no erjrprs. s sI .
Ifft field foul line; Griffin's hit Cincinnati .16 16 .500 ring a 70,000 acre recreationalarea

into the same territory was good I I, Cincinnati R. H. E. Philadelphia .. 9 21 .300 in Santa Cruz and Santa) :.................... ,t..t,..,..,..,......,.............

for two bases and Hale scored. Pickles VETS-Thompson.''on' Morley lys to and in- Boston' ....,..._..T, 411 0 I Boston ._._ 8 23 .258 Clara counties of California. f j I ", ." ',. .' .

On Casa's Jungle! through short, I. out pop I II Cincinnati .__......_13 18 0 -- -- ----- ---- ._-- -- -
Griffin went to thid. Casa stole field.No Batteries: Rhem Cantwell and
sacrifice runs; no hits; no errors. I I
second. On SeviUVs Spohrer Derringer and LombaHL
hunt, pitcher to first. Griffin I Teeth I laaug i

reared and Casa went to third. CONCHS-Seville out third to II
Brooklyn at Chicago, postponed -
Sterling ended the rally. by whiff._ first; Sterling singled to right; .
wet rounds
Ing:. Arias: forced Sterling at second;| I e S BEER
Two runs; three hits; no errors I Aries out third to first. : St. Louis
New York at PO.t.roned.
VETS-Erwln: fanned. Thomp- : No runs: ope hit; nq errors." wet grounds.-
-'grounded out third to first; ; VETS-Harrison out, second to
Morley singled into right; Marvin firt; M. Griffin out pitcher toj I AMERICAN LEAGUEAt

went out swinjriitg.Ko first; Lowkis flied out'to right R. H. E. cells be
Washington must
ran; one hit; no errors.CQNCHS 1.' No runs no hits; no errors.- I Cleveland _..._._....._- 5 11 Q r yeast fed

Fifth la.iDe Eleventh IpfliBf Washington ....u...__.:._ 4 12 1 _
-YoyJes! took Alfon- CONCH--CUtro .walked stole Batteries: Harder and Pytlak;

throw so's grounder to firjt.,end Alfonso on: his continued over-)!(second and Castro; Perez tcored.singled; Perez into centers, I Xewsom, and :Button.At gis3,! just as carefully as babies I

to second. Aria.s! grounded 10't 5tccnd. Hale popped out to stoe'l Philadelphia R. H. E. wt

third. who threw him out at first Perez went out trying to Chicago ...*._.h._ u"'- 580 ,,

the Perez bares heat out a loaded.hit to short'and' i] third; Griffin! whifled.t :Philadelphia: ...... .......
scored on Male's were cferifiee 1on.1!I One run;oneut# kt; to'ia'orte: I 4 Batteries: Lyons Wyatt and :"' rev.lationdsed bfewtiff, _j>f ctjcm, we bare learned tpany thbigs Vo
VETS-Darin nd ;$ 'nnt'J.larcum and.Berry.
of tl"bE'r. Gr1Cin'unded! "outs? see.o\ > ,.._ qi s3 I i L rowt6atw, inak .c wl Ifffr, yeast cells most bo fed as car uIIT p'x
O.Jr. fiat; Voyksond r4egled'through .r* 41 Ji _. I tg,12a
??ikbt'r to fiat, to end innta?. i! and proceeieSfftCAtoal!# b'l' ,A JW't.rOl'k .R.. H. ,, ;w r / zF we auurish our own Infants. S*, daring the BUDWEISER fcrmento*

''F Q.nt"" run; one hit; two errors|I,njidd1e; sael: ss rn l' sre kejtr.aacrified. 'f.j :,.(; t.:1i-:t >:$"}; -s... ., .."11, ;;sw ,'. Its.o ,.5 rw liim'period, ire see to it that |be yeas) eelU get Just the sight aiftoonU
VF.TS' ;
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into :
center; 3'- Griffin rrtajMi jfin-de.d.forced i .Hawi-i, Thompson '. <
.- ion ftt second; Lowkis! fanned. Ca-.lbut}L ky: out-second was,out., pitcher t :.iirsjU: I-tyy? st41ot.. r$ n||)worth;. 4'optz Crgsrdertlnd',
'vii grounded" t3 Castro..at third t'v ,
hit .
overthrew No.ins; one eTrgv&* ,1 1 DKke) ': .
ho first 'and Griffin; ; It. H. E.I
Score by innings: i
eroded the plate with the Vets Conchs I I At Boston R. II. E. h y.,3.f. In the I re-vvjrig pf BUDWEISER :nothing b left to
fiat rim."oyt:, flew out to seeped. "- 000 211 002 Qlr- 7115 Sf- Louis ._._ 6 13 0 x;

Vet 000 113 100 006 12 6' ,Boston ._. 5 11 ij .. 4..e' chancy. Pr clock and tlierpiometer, Beery processis
Qso n-o: oac hit; one error. j.
Batteries Coffman.
: Walkup,
SUth; Irnlnt :; Pennsylvania was the popular Knott and Ilenuley; Grove, Welch,j jt /_ cpnfr"llr(
|bnl-t rONCI.'to;,!'..?error.-Casa is Sevilla nfe on nacrifice the: -. state with hunters in 1933 Metyear t W. Ferrtll and Berg.THE i i.1. \kle ;. matchless boutruet<< that is tie) enry: of all brewers.'

% him to re.'onll.' Casa took for which!figures arc ready.It ....-"-_.... .... Le.dht .....i.. f ?' A '
issued 24,37 resident licenses lro.xe. ; BUDWEISER is 'always .riph in the flavor pf >Jhe
while Uie pitcher was throw-J SEMINOLE I ';e: ''. -: ;" pick
Shiril and 35,946 non-resident permit i II
On Alfonso'sSingle I .
Sterling nut ii of
4 barley
e ach1ear's crop Always r-
to rig t. Casa scored. Arias i Ii ,

forced Alfonso at recond. I i i ., ,... .'r BUDWEISER lives up to its age-old
One run: one hit; one X41
VETS:; -Erwin doubled into left; i .yo ,' 1 1a "w.--u reputation the one beef> that seta
Tb .np$6n got a free ticket, the R
fim walk of the genie; Morley RUSSELL'S ae itself brilliantly apart flOp!others.
I _
\J.hit'f't:' Marti? also struck out; .. rN.
Isar 1 ,;i\.ll. I fame; through with a ,iD- I i il .rr.r The very first sip tells all who try it a+ ,

., -.--'.-. _-. _' _,..._..Jv_ .n 1 1 t !i i r s'' :5..L' why the, world-wide demand for 'i .

fAST SERVICE CIGARjTQRE : Jarkr.rltk. FI.ytda
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A huroaa, homelike iastttuttga I x
;I where ye will find r mr I. JTI4..1'Evrr yr
NEW YORK I'f...u.fat .e .perl.Ia.e.t' a nut-I Ii .tin .: tf brewery.
Daiy BasfbaD Returns icr. ..f great Imp.rtase..
i ST.
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Jind BOSTON By yWe % plrel .tq-/...., .....1.. I.raydk .-, d'69 ,TVs. .X',' : tW. """ -
the .I'rt .. Ibe der9r

From K.jr West,alteraaU. Friday: rO -
Room with Comblaatloa 'Tub
f row New York UtermaU Tass- COME IN AND I GET THE and Shower Kath. nail i I.. KJctrie _
days !(vilinr Kan. Slat Door -f.r So_*r
REJ5VHS; QF THE I Ventilation. Comfortable 'Beds withlilattresac
Fr... B.,... alttrmal t. S...,...,. MAJOR BASEBALL of tuner Spring Con- BudsveiserTA
ruction, and Individual Read,
Alw> Xi.W OI".E.'%S'. KEY WEST LEAGUES i:lug Lamp

A........* "{.........Tm. Arrlv I'! RATE I
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FOUR __ __.. '_ THEKEY-. .. :r CITIZEN !t\ WEDNESDAY: MAY 29. 1935.

:eeeeeeeeeeeee.s.ee.eeeeee.eeeseee..eeeee.eea'r5 seeaee..55 esSeSSS5 55555eeeeessss.se.ee5eessss. Cady as far ss Miami on her return I dent at Florida State College for

I mKISSarBO I. PERSONAL MENTION I trip to her home in Lynd, Women, arrived yesterday to

'ENE Minnesota, after being in Key spend the summer vacation with
SOCIETY ..................
: :-: ----------- -------------------- West for the winter, returned],her mother:, and other relative

Thomas E. Russell who was in'r| Mrs. Addison Hall, sponsor for yesterday j,

.eeeoeeeeeeeoeoeoeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Miami fpr a week with relatives: the Homemakers Club of Miami, -- ,
,.,.: Last ntght AHttm The dog looked back at fear but did "
ttodo had thought hor father-o fofl- and friends returned yesterday.Mrs. .: and feature editor of the Miami Mrs. Jennie Galindo, who was BumsteadsWormSyrupGRADUATION
not relax and a* he turned back to Birthday Party Given Yesterday .
sae to mot ear of Crott H.w., I Daily News left yesterday afternoon spending two weeks with her sister -'
aware, "....eI.. .aka had ben the cellar ah* could see the hair "T..hnd,.. .a ...... .r any' '"'-
fcorriMy frightened, had been re.. Bertha McConnell arrived; for her home in Miami after Mrs Eva B. Warner, left yesterday CM'li..4 ... .........d. IT NeGtarA14'4 '
along his back rising stiffly as In Honor Of Billy M'Clintock ._..It. ......, .... _
fnod tv O Wettum. mud had afternoon y
Miami for visit visit for the .
yesterday from a a pleasant with friends. I home in ., ....._
*. r.N 5NTINl N. II hn dee.
'Unt the night with O y bull dog though there were son enemy tovisible I .
I I i Miami blend ..... .
r.id .m.-nbwe
to ..... her. How with the tresk- la the darkness beyond. with her son-in-law and daughter i or 5. r4 e,5, b.ttl5.tae. .
rut Guy bar found ia front ., ktr, of the little who Mr .and Mrs Lawton Watson at, J. Morgan engineer of main-! A. ,__
4110. ..ICM excited. But any sons In spite of herself a sense of some Mrs. William McClintock gavea ones present en- i Co JI. 'IJ. tbu.+.l.bl.

n5 one knot to.the...,.neighborhood... abort her eemfto /. thing creepy terrible hidden' there delightful,party yesterday afternoon joyed the festivities of the occasion the home on Southard street. tenance of way of the railroad), Henry Renedo student at
....'. havtug taken Croft *...*. returned; she ran forward and the home: Nassau which incluoteoVarious gam a <- I I and Sirs Morgan! who were in' Southern pcnUl,CoDege, Atlanta'
And .... homo <. mot Ik. fort ., caogbt at the dog's collar,lugging at /ra and other, forms?of musemei t Mrs.?: Clayton Sedgewick Coop- Key West for _4bnef visit on Mr.I arrived this week, accompanied by
."too**> AST father wo.14 el lUsijr: toe him. but he was heavy and he would Lane in honor ,of her little son, dear to the hearts of the tots a pr, who was"in Key West for a Morgan's priJIte..car. left yesterday Mrs. Renedo, to spend the vacation! GIFTS

-:- not move resisting. her with all his Billy on his fourth birthday an-, tembled to help Billy celebrate th > brief visit1,with her many friends, afternoon. for: St. Augustine. months with Mr. Renevlo's family. :
Chapter Nine weight. niversary.In glorious event left yesterday! for the home at -at-

:2 jt. GAFFE AGAIN "It's a Tat ,Alison told herself addition to the "I I Mrs. McClintock was ably assis Miami Beach. Oscar Lounders. of the local Miss Sylvia Guito, daughter: of1 LEWINSKY'SMJN'S

'"DDT U father'd Just taken the remembering the one which bad run day cake which was ed by several of her.. friends. ij. customs unit, left yesterday afternoon -I Mr. and Sirs Frank Guito stu- ;,

>.,.boater asked AllsoD.DowD from the linoleum last night Bat pink and greejL:to;cairying out]I helping ,to entertain!.the guests, Oscar Cherry, eon of )Ir. and I I for Miami where he will] 1! :: SHOP
*" here In the country I" Coy dog chases rats, sniffs at them; he the color schemtthere were other j i i and all in attendance thoroughly Mrs. Cherry, who has been absent appear as witness before the Federal

l&u&l184.0004 Lord yes! Everyone'd does not stand rigidly- glaring and delicious refreshments served. I'j''[enjoyed the pleasures of .the.aft from the city for some time re- Grand Jury, now in session. I!I KEY WESTCOLONIAL "i' Belts and Buckles

know. They're frightfully laquisltlve growling. There were approximately fifty55eseseeeesee..cc.esose5' ernoon.' turned yesterday from New HOTEL ;
"Gaffe,come on!"A sudden spasm ac-I
In all toes little places. Smyrna. Mrs. A. D. Luethi, who HandkerchiefsNeckwear
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'No. rye another Idea There may be of fear shook Alison as she. too. companied her sister Mrs C. W.j In the Center of the Business
stared with straining Into the I
two Warteya. Croft House Isn't an DEMONSTRATIONOF Mrs. Everett Russell left yes and Theater District
dark; was it Imagination or was Shirts
uncommon name you know. terday afternoon for Miami
there something pale over there, behind CLASSIFIEDCOLUMN I
"Tbe telegram I got said Warley. the fallen roll of linoleum lathe where she will spend a few days i PALACERobert I First CU..-Fireproof- Phoenix and Inter

Sussex" Inflated Alison. far recess? AUTO TIRES with relatives and friends I I Armstrong in Sensible Rate Socks

'Even then. There are three Her hand tightened on the buDdo&s THE MYSTERY MAN I I woven
T. Meek
S. president of the I
Woodfords and several Stokes In I collar. Suddenly lie wrenched COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI
1 555Sssesseese.sS55S55555 Three Score and Ten Club. of Miami Jimmy Savo in MANY OTHER GIFT
England-the foreign telegraph office Tree,.raced past ber and away np the Demonstrating the endurance,
left afternoon ONCE IN A BLUE MOON I
mayve got the county wrong." cellar steps, with Alison pelting be PERSONAL yesterdry Garage Elevator i SUGGESTIONSTHE
hind. She slammed the door I lafety and protection given the for his home after a pleasantant Matinee 10-15c 15-2Sc I I
They might do that. admitted to I : ; Night Popular Prices 1 I
Alison. "It certainly sounds more turned the key and fled breathlessly STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS,j users of Firestone tires, Paul's visit in Key West. I

likely." to find herself charging straight INDIGESTION victims, why! Tire Shop, Raymond Curry man I

"1-don't want to harry you." he Into Cay Western."Where I suffer? For quick relief get al;; ager, carries a large advertisementin

looked at Alison's emptying plate on earth have yon been i free sample of Udga. a doctor's:] this i issue in which three great .. ....
"but: If we've both made,a mistake, I've been banting for" you 'everywhere. = i i prescription,at Gardner's Phartnacy. -, tests are illustrated. ,)1 l
the sooner we're out of this the bet' ." He seemed upset.was staring Ii .' This advertisement states! th S H

ter. We don't. want anybody to turn- :! downat' her frowriWi. "'Cold 'ma21-22-23-28-29-30'- = une4-5-6-!'! for 15 years Firestone tires ha N iEttVTh\ PEySe 11.-
I ; ) A S
Lord. yon're'J'white 'as V'What's sheet!? Tie.
up. ** *''*."..* e) l'r i:U2lfcc ': carried the winning cars te' v f N ,LJ\I\. :. ,.raib"b ,__ __. ,iE __ ..
happened! ti suer ... .. riw
"I'm done Alison hurriedly drank i tory in the 500-mile Indianaporace. I is 't. s _bMIF. -
her tea and finished a bit ot toaaLHalf I i WFDR REN !(r r/,.' This event will be held tl! \ earned t Re n.t..' Aye irk..-, a.p.p..da..Mae. ?t w- ;,".Jj' F..1s.. tM a..bqMss. ,: :ytb.tr .

past nine! I'd no Idea,it :was GAFFE was-feal.IngfFjap' alrntaiJ;! I year on Memorial! Day, May\ : I H''' J .-!.... I'-"d.-..",
SO late. 1 & his handl4' Aljson.) PICYCLESWE RENT:: by the j Manager Curry has invited t g
"1 didnt want to wake yon, You :ashamed now,'of b fjear a were so dead tired. If you're reallydone. I ban at bin bruYoue woaal \ all makes: and paint them with j, Speedway Classic at his station at
Ill and start the shortly "Nothlngt went down to
go car. Nu-EnameL full :
carry a the corner of Grinnell and Fleeting -
"What this!" Alison turn the lights off and Gaffe wouldn't
about all
: $
supply of parts. Agent for theRollfast street Firestone batteries,
looked doubtfully at the remains of come back. f t,4, 1 1.r
the meal'Shouldn't "We ought to be getting on.There'll and Dayton Bicycles. :; tires and spark plugs are all put
worry" be advised. be people about If we wait And sell them as low as $5.00 j to grilling tests in these races. o
down and $1.00 per week. We I There is a valuable message< to 1 1A 1a
"We can't afford to be found here. much longer.he said. "Loot here
And they'll and a new teapot and would you like to stop and telephone Buy and Sell all makes of used all car owners in today's advertise1-

kettle In return for washing up!" to your father?" Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.1! nlent.oeaeeeeees..eeeeeesesse 1

She laughed.All right. Ill run "It It wouldnt take too long?" Stowers company 515 Duvall i'
and get my luggage If you'll start The car was a small and rather I I street aprJ-tf: :, .

the car. Can you run me Into War- ancient two-seater painted dark Today's Horoscope o
leyrI blue and with Alison's luggage I FURNISHED APARTMENT, electric -

"I I thought If you'd care to I could stowed In the rumble there was no ice box. Archie Thompson,J; ec.5.5..e.65..Seeao...

run you up to London. You did say room for Uaffe. 1001 Eaton street. Phone 879J.may24lmox! I There b some success in life, t 1 '
t ,
London ills tone was still casual "Sorry I This Is a bachelor car. ; but it is ?pt to be full of disputesand a
but now he certainly avoided All- Gaffe and 1 generally travel alone. | turmoil. Some natures, when 1

ion's eyes. Can you manage him like that?" PIANO TUNING I combined'in daily work with .persons 1 *

"You're sure It's not too much The bulldog was heavy but Alison of a nature that balances

trouble Her own voice:>> was studiously one arm round him. said cheerfully PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo. this, and with the mingling of this

careless; she did not look at "Good Heavens, yes." reno. Excellent piano for sale! and the following degrees, have'a

him. Gaffe's owner, she noticed drove cheap. 1018 Division streetm23lmo I'very good combination of push I ANSWER
"Not a bit. Good! Ill go and start well; test but with a tare touch that and discretion, but the full is
the car." gave her confidence at once '
: strength is very likely to produce :
Not a single word that any third You drive a tot?" she guessed as I 1 disposition. ,
ROOMS a very
person could object to, yet Alison they ran down the road np, which .
stood rather still while his light she had come In the hired ear last I
quick footsteps went down the long night: seen by daylight a gray road THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00" Itching and Soreness of Tirefone l

passage to the halt She felt most winding between chalk pits and the '$2.50 and 3.00 per week.. HEMORRHOIDSGRAND eIf
unreasonably glad that be had asked high roupded downs. Double and Single. 128 N. E. ,

If be might take ber up to London "Yes. One has to In my Job. He 4th street, Miami Fla. I
and her eyes bad a starry light In took the big swinging carve with may24-lmox Grateful relief p1

them as they rested on Case. beautiful precision as the needle frees tile aaddetu.C TIRESa4cw ,
After all. If there had been anything mounted. FOR SALE distress, follows the t : If
N.rn' :
funny, would be deliberately "1 suppose so. An architect has to 'us eree.snme.d.r ReinoL I .
.. X111r
choose to take her to her fathers rash about looking at places" FOR SALE-1927 Buick car, $25 j It heee. r i''
its aredieatioe II ee COME IN AND BUY wl
house T So easy to part at the station agreed Alison. cash Apply 523 Eaton street .re sad ....bi.. 1 1M !l A SET TOPAY
so easy to leave things there. "What? OH! Tea For a moment :nBJ28-3txi!!I I
There was a small, demure smile 'he seemed confuted. "Tea, J leader puta.I Check over the list of important features you

on Alison's lips as she went up the get about the country a good deal.1 ." PERSONAL CARDS-100 printed!I I want in a tire. You'll find them all only in Firestone
stairs to collect her suitcase. dont think Eve ever met an cards, ,$1.25. The Artman
-Ready Let me have that Is this architect: said Alison naively. It Press ng7 I l I Tire I l t -
alir lie took the case from her an amusing 20br"SomeUme.
hands."That. .." I -- ., -" ,-- -' LOOK AT THE RECORDS i I i

-' and my trunk In tbe porch. "What kind of things do you build f /t1
Sift out the claims and
-1 buy on performance. Onlyone
Ill Just see I've left nothing about. mean mostly
"Oh, bouses and schools: and tire stands out Firestone. The Masterpiece\ of a I

YETal"She ran back through tbe things.he answered wa&oellsa,. REMOVAL SALEAt Tire Construction.

was not looking that looks like the maID road down I

for any possession: she wanted to there.", I Only Firestone Tires have these construction

Imprint freshly on her mind the pic- But Alison was gating back at the THE HUB STORE features that make world records possible.
tare of that bouse. To glance by house they had left tacked In Its I _

bad daylight met In at such the pantry a queer where fashion they to hollow"I'm la horrlbly'lgnorsnt the down: ?.aljont'.archltectnre. ,,Wc Must Sell Our Men's Goods Before Moving! i Gum-Dipping, the patented Firestone Extra T t 1

peep',Into tbe drawing room where ." she >confessed.:'"Cltrtottthat 'i- ('T" iMEN'S. Process where cotton absorbs liquid rub' making '

the desk stood with Its broken drawers was ail:old boos.e,4pt.: ,course!, MEN'S SHIRTS a single heat-resisting unit that gives wax .....:
half open; to run back Into the but rYe not a notion what period It ] blowout protection. v '" "
SHOES : tf *-e., ,_
Kitchen where they bad sat at break belongs to. Wonderful assortment ** & r

fast seeing him again smiling at her He did not seem' at all anxious to 1 I 'One' lot of Men's Shoes Yale's Touchdown, Scientific Non-Skid Tread... givingijtuaifmnniW;: > .;.1 '.- / r

with the frying pan In tls! band. talk shop. for beLndherdeblEbnthuslssticaty _: > .T Blacks Tans and both soft'and stiff .J traction'and safety to the wfnnefs ofthifakef Pf iIf Jt f J ";** -
If .
She did not admit It to herself.. "Tes. was otd anright. ; 1 A
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"6 sI.ll *' Climb-for consecutive mar C
made excuses even In her own mind. ? Sports on sale- collars ;sold for"98c : eight y ears. a il +***
"171 Just see that all the lights are ""What was It? Queen AnneTrahe *" -
off. asked. $1.95, on sale- A leading university in exhaustive tests proved t thaltfiTs '

With Gaffe at her heels, she went ""Tudor. $1.49 design will stop your car: from 15% to 25% quicker. _

down tbe seven stone steps that led She looked at him la some ear

to the cellar; bow grisly It bad felt prise. Said. "1 thought all Tudor Drive with Championship Performance-Drive withFirestone. A Hew TUBE THAT

last night with the stable lantern houses were L shaped and had diamond .
casting Its dull yellowish beam windows
down those steps! "Oh! Yea. But not In this part of MEN'S SHOES We invite yon to oar station to listen to tho World's Speedway
Turning the key she peeped In the world."He braked rather sharply. shipment Classic on Memorial Day, May 30 and hear for yourself' the grilling

and saw all the lights Inside were "I ..". can yon look out for an and Stiff Straws Sports, Blacks, Tans, tests which Firestone Tires, Batteries and Spark Pings nidergo.Tir .
still on. blazing, but the cellar held AA box We ought to get on the formerly sold for -
no horror for her now. She ran telephone. Tour father may be worrying. 79c i MILEAGE I
through and turned the main switch ,
down half ashamed of ber own terrors But the road good at the surface raretone
and lost In the picture of the was was not even second dais: It -and-i; 98 I 'Aretoae

two of them exploring. ran now between wide wheatfieloa, : .
She was on her way back when a the rough stubble gleaming faintly $1.00; ecc::; SPARK LEAKPKOOF 0;

.low ''upleasant growl behind her with the autumn frost, now branching :! / '
made ber stop. out and up over the sweep of the PLUGS HEAVY DOTY TUBES ; r'
T-TGaffe! Come on. Galrel"lJrb.e down without even a Urn of farmer f 4 ,
MEN'S PANTS MEN'S SUITS One of the commonest ,
..' !
big dog did not answer. He ",i
,Ou t.t*Dli nCquality ; .cause*.f rapid Ure wear I* f .
was standing a few feet away staring "Fm not too car which II the and
Intently back Into the darkness nearest box"he admitted. Regular or High Waists Linens, Tropicals and ; es tottt Batteries I construction.Doable onderinflatioa caused by air UeJcpreef t

all four feet rigid tall bristling, (Copyright,it it.ARsen .. Jl..l. variety of shades and Crashes <, A sealed .tile repine tube.;through Firestone tbe pom seals of FinthpreefSEALTYTE .. :
ears.pricked: and teeth bared."QaQeZ .Built of highest quality material against power .Iist c.tswitbtbeuDoderuandeflideat ;
1 qutitlMtl Guy Western 5 !.... Special tbcse pores with a special '.
; Alison stamped bee tootIF tomorraw., EACH electrodes and .ihn-nd.prneati ins S1"tw 8!j.. '
patterns1.95 t equipment, by killed we&boea.
: $6.95 in sW heat resistingporcelain. leakage*providing constant .AI-IvbMr ..
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All size and .
typo "t
air pressure end increasing Ofe *
YOU'RE PAST 40 ANDCANT MONROE THEATERAline to meet your$ ', tire mUrage/Tlie'tube is thicker end iocbproaf

SLEEP TRY THIS MacMahon-Gay Kibbee in treadMageePlugs.: I :

Nervous people should drink Spencer Tracy-Wendy Barriein BATTERIES Yooreld And Dependable U m A9. ADDS 25% TO TIRE MILEAGEPAUL'S .
water bedtime POLO SHIRTS OTIS UNDERWEAR economical
at with
a spoonfulof
ITS A SMALL WORLD e .t Uwa* Battery service: 3 1.00
delicious Vinol (iron tonic).' lee
Mmtinoet Balcony 10c| Orchestra. Also other makes;
Nerves relax, sound sleep follows.' I Cottons, Celenese-any
1S-20ct Night 15-25 t Sleeveless Shirts and
Vinol gives new pep, color

1 Oriental Pharmacy. IItrentb.1 I BENJAMIN LOPLZFUNERAL Shorts, 4 pieces TIRE SHOP

HOME ,x'
The board of park comtaisaioners -, 88c $1.00
EsUhIIsh 4t Year
Nashville Tenn. has I RAYMOND CURRY Manager
at Key Wosf.' Oldest ,

engaged relief workers to restore I40H_.. AmWUnco. ServUeL FLEMING AND GRINNELL STS. pHONE 65 ,-

Fort Negley, famous stronghold j !..a'ed z........

in the war between the states. Phone 13S Night ....W .semeseke.s..e..e..ea..e..e..cee.eases..ee.e..earls..555e5..'ie.ee.eo.e.eeees.eeeseeeseb''


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