The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00028
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1935
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00028
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I Associated Service.' Press-. Day Wire. 'Wnt: li. 'W Key West. Florida, has the

For Beat 65 Interests Years Devoted of Key West to the Cp est t Citizen

range of only 14. Fahrenheit


I /Poor CousinVOf\ {AniyHopes ; .. (f .i INME MQRIAM Bonus Bill jAuthor *Very Persistent

FmaDClerJWilb Sii i

I 'In Attempts To Accomplish Purpose

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They're Related, But Not HOUSBDEFEATS'SALES'TAX -' ,i -

In Matter Of Wealth; 'BILL: 1 PRAISE GIVEN '" .I'.4Ir.l'1'11 1 Representative PAtman Be-


Kin Of Banker Finds _. F uYWY JULIUS STONE EATING BANANAS lieves In Continuing

Peace In Obscurity Despite
In his
TALLAHASSEE. May 30.The section "Strange As
f er A.I.C. Press)
Honse today lulled by It Seems," in the May 17 i..
v she of the Brockton DjflyEvcniaf
a vote of 51 to 42 the proposed -The House adopted Senate
a -
By MARBEN GRAHAM Enterprise published -
tar As.efalN Prep, gross retail sales tax. si resolution by S.D.tor-Ar. in Brockton, Mass John

PITTSBURGH.. May' 30_.\... As a result of this action, Ihar Gomez of Monroe Cou'. His has a cartoon depicting a By WILLIAM S. WHITE

drew W. McUoa'. "poor coy. ." the legislative financaig l picture I ty praising Julius F. Stone man eating bananas. WASHINGTON Hy Associated May Press 30rTb.man ) .
ne inscription reads "Sam
was thrown into confusion. Jr., for his direction of the
hope kU wealthy kinsman will II Relief Administration. Hart .f Key West Ha-, ate whose. name is almost a synonym
i 168 large kanaaa
I n one
win tbo income tax suit ia which i hour." for the word "boaus/. apple

the government charges fraud m I While the picture of the checked
rM man does not look anything
and seek. 3089000. I like Mr. Hart it is established living disciple of the old copybook
I an
TO MEETINGS! L'AST: ':MNING fact that his ability toconsume ,
The kindly old man-William I'L' f' bananas in t homily "If' at first you don't
Andrew Mellon fn" his great
--paused I't.t. quantities having traveled to I .succeed. try, try again."
"spring cleaning" of the back.: I NEW YORKrFY 1 : \ all
parts of the United States, The Texan-no less than the
alley abode in which he has made I .
has been the abject of a number" -
his home for 17 years and eaid! : t I I Ii I 'of discussions, and is now issue itself -has coma a long way

"I have found my own ,peace WILL .DELIVER ADDRESS AT i II SECOND EVENT OF COM II being' picturized in syndicated since 1929 when first he began
sections of the press.
and happiness in obscurity but CONFERENCE OF OFFICIALS I I I II MENCEMENT WEEK PRE. clamoring nationally for imi -

I hope Andy wins his suit." !I ;1'1'.1 JII' .J'T 1''+ -
CALLED BY MAYOR LA i __ SENTED IN AUDITORIUM OF i mediate payment of the adjusted
Had No Coal i i t kv sirt > A xrt l
CUARDIA INSTITUTIONOf | service c< The "poor'cousin" is 68 years I I STATE DENTISTSTO '

old and the son .f the only brother -i crowded years the man himselfI

of the father of the noted I I II '1,,------ .. --- - i has
be' ARRIVE HERE changed little and his quite
II I Mayor Win. H. Malone will the major events scheduled

banker.He one of the speakers at the meeting .- HI SCHOOLANNUAL ; TWENTY-FIVE\ STATES REPRESENTED on the Commencement Week program -', J unspectacular teachniqne not at

lived virtually unknown in>i I of mayors of seaport cities of of the Key West High'! FOR CONVENTION "
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the downtown area which is the:I I the United States to be held in; School the second wall presentedlast i ,I"

heart of the giant financial empire New York City on June 10, 11' NOW\ MADE READY I IN RECORD BOOK OF ADMINISTRATION I night in the auditorium uf the I I ---- I IDELEGAJTlON. I Six yean ago he started the

I institution to one of the largest! fight by putting in a bill providing
developed by his "rich cousin" : -
and 12.Under. --- audiences assembled there. AND FAMILIES
until,* relief investigator found date of May 20 MayorF. FOR DISTRIBUTION A quarter of a hundred states I Long before the curtain parted I I II I for payment and simply
'SCHOOL t UNIT r i t I OF MEMBERS OF ORGAN.! banging on grimly. That has been
him :'without coal almost a year H. La Guardia of. New York : I wf the nation-more than half of f to reveal a beautifully decorated,i I I i I
ago. I City issued personal invitations; I stage with red poincianas predominant ': IZATION. WILL NUMBER. the basis of the formula everi

It developed the former' secre- to mayors of seaport cities from "THE CONCH": IS BEAUTIFULAND i f ENTERTAINED I Ij the total-are represented in the, in the color scheme of the ABOUT EIGHTY PERSONS i i I since, a waiting game played by a

tary of the treasury himself::; had ,Portland Maine\ to Seattle Washington INTERESTING: VOLUME { I school, which is crimson and gr.&y.i ,I man who learned right away how
registration book which the
known William's presence only to attend a meeting to beheld I ,, was !i the auditorium was filled t.<) ca- I
to wait
iince the death of the late R. B.I on the above dates. 1 1 ; PRODUCT OF TilE F!, garden show held at the Key West acity with eager par?uts and I
Mellon brother of Andrew, in, Immediately upon receipt of the I{ friends! of the graduates. '. Due in Key West Saturday! First Success in 1931

1933 but that 'the banker's efforts -, letter Mayor Malone wrote a let.: ARTMAN'PRESS! iI: ---- I I I Public Library during "La Semana i At the conclusion of the I'roI I morning are dentists, some of'j I In 1931 Uhe Patman bill allowing -

to induce the "poor cousin": ter of acceptance. Yesterday he ; i 1 ADDRESSES AND MUSICALI! Alegre" last. February, a'compilation -I fcersional I and Fealty Song and them with their wives, forming a!. veterans to borrow on their
atoroove to a better home "hailj i received a telegram from Thomas: i i Welcome Song by the Class of "35, of :l ertificatea( but
,. JKd/ RS'MA :E--UP -PROGRAM party alxHJt.SO.jcooung.to.At- ..aeiualljr. got: by
L -" -i"- j'< **-*-< aijiraal *of'the f ( "
1t."W.to sidentcifthf'Athers "Tbe'Lhsnchl'
been futile. i"As ; pre | uffde lhTs iuorning :bHovvs'lni Edna Isabell! Robert delivered the ,
I II tend the in 1932 and in 1934
meeing of the East CoastDistrict again victory
: ican section of the Intenational Senior or Key West High School r f
soon as Andy learned Iwas PUT ON AT REGULAR Salutatory. The theme was "In-: I
here he wanted me to permit!I Chamber of Commerce and chairman Las just been completed and ready i! i i i addition, persons from the District -. tangible Values" and was handled : Dental Society which is for full payment, though easy in

him to provide me a place to live"I)I of the committee in charge ofarrangements for distribution It it a beautiful LUNCHEON TODAY of Columbia and from twoI ;t in a manner both pleasing and affiliated with the State Dental,,,; the house was not to be had be-

said William "but I like it licrci: as follows: volume and beautiful example -- I i i convincing and indicating a keen Association. 1 I I cause of senate and white houseI
aid would not consent. !: "Mayor La Guardia greatly- appredates1 -| u a I j I provinces of Canada were rcg-,. IKrception of the subject of the For the past two weeks plans, oppositionLong Patman bill

"1 work dream, read and thick]t! your interest in the conj i I of the artistry of printing and i The graduates of ':35;: of Keyi i! istered. dii course. have been in course of formation I!I ago

What more could a man wan'Is ?" f erence of mayors of seaport; cities I I:, bookmaking! technique.A ; i i West High School were guests of';j ; The next number, "Pirates to entertain the visitors and Dr.!I began to take the label of "UK
Writing Genealogy: I I and has placed you on the program product of The Artman Press,i Rotary Club today at the regtheular -:'I The flower show opened Wednesday -. Gold" was a plajlet. during the Harry N. S. Jones, Dr. Wm. P.11"i meaning they were the lint introduced -

cousin" for the luncheon meeting for"The;I Conch" is in a number of j :'. afternoon during "La be- action of which were interpolated Kemp and Dr. Armando Cobo! in the house each ses
after the with cession
"poor the
Shortly luncheon
i Monday. June 10. The general to other annuals : mana Alegre," and continued( several.diversions, the Class Poem{ who are in charge of entertain I I sion.
found disclosed he '
was superior
was i topic will b#!! 'Economic Values of|I ways Ix-inir turned over to the students'! have
i ment completed
J written Albert and ar
writing a genealogy of the Mellon International Trade'" I gotten out by the school. The cov ri through the following Saturday.:I by Wiggins ange- I Their stout unsmiling author
who consistingof ;: menta to leave undone
put on a Russell nothing
program The wide indicated! read by Helen --Mr. Wiggins -;
family and now, after months of ''l'r'is in rnaruon' and gold imitation representation i became accustomed early to defections
various features.Addresses 1i I II i I in the registration shows, in some![ was' ill; Class History by, which: will contribute to the
work he says considerable progress I II leather and is attractively and in his own camp, to disagreement "
pleasure of the -
:: i Edna; Isabell Roberts Giftorian. visiting group. I
has been made. STR. CUBA HAS I acre given by Cleo measure, the value of such a ;
The former secretary of the I pleasingly dc'!?c .L In the.up-I Kemp. Helen Russell Curtis Stanton show, it was pointed out at the'!I Hilda Demeritt; Class Prophecy.1 Directly after their arrival the 1 among veterans themselves -
left hand corner a queen Key West Administration offices i Marguerite Valenznela; ; Last Will visitor will be entertained at1 1 i over policies and plans.
l ller :
treasury is aware the book i itc being ,
Carmelma Alfonso. 1
I I 63 PASSENGERS i! and ; !'I and Testament, Carmelina Alfonso luncheon at the Colonial Hotel.,!I
prepared William! says and. ; conch and in the lower right hand this morning where the compilalion He invariably followed the custom
| Songs were rendered by HerviHeKosani which will be concluded at
1 made. I| o; Citizenship Honor presented i .
in fact the millionaire banker presented a panel with the words "The was 21 of looking over Tooth sides andquietly
Frank Alvarez, Charles' Frank Alvarez Scholarship o'clock. j
0'I ,110 ;
the cousin" with the]i I The 25 states represented in 1 i .
"poor the scheme h
which he is Steamship Cuba, of the P. and Conch, 1335." ]( Smith, Cleo Kemp and Carmelina __the register-the names on which'; Honors, presented by High School': From then until 6 the District* selecting .
,typewriter on 'I P. T. A. to Margaret Falcon and. Dental Society will hold schedulrd !> believed best. Whatever the decision
takingly writing the volu!! pain-j O. S. S. company sailed yesterday > The body of the book is printedon Alfonso. have just been put in typewritten'| its -

William Mellon was afternoon for Havana with 54 heavy book paper, each page in Deulah Lee Williams rendered form-include Florida. The register -I'I Curtis tanton and Presentation meeting after which a Spanish it was /inaL
associated with the years late ago; Judge first, class passengers, nine second' two colors. The pages carry the j contains names" x>f person.I of Class Gift to School by Preai-! banquet will be enjoyed at: Patman'a long-used method has
; a piano selection while' another j dent Curtis Stanton. II I II the Delmonico Restaurant. been with minimum of
Thomas Mellon father of Andrew class passengers four tons of, the I from 88 different cities of the!i i to work a
but he did not like banking freight and 220 sacks of mail., I names end: photographs of : ;election was given by Cleo Kemp; United States from points as far!I| The Valedictory as given by' From 9 o'clock until 10 o'clock display and a maximum of sy

and went, 'west to take part in a Ferry Palma arrived from (Cjidu : faculty. clashes and buildings.{ Frank: Alvarez and Charles South. (,i,distant as Medford\ Oregon and!;; Margaret Falcon held the attenj j wilT'be'cocktail hour at. Key West i j,, tern. His plan has been to use
yesterday aftenoon with The classes are grquped according : lion of the audience until the last Hospitality House and from 101 the best available key men for
mining enterprise. He made considerable d p I,Far : i As a concluding feature of the Willard Ontario. The other city]I f,
and lost it. of pineapples 7340 crates;(.,124 totheir. ratingen The pictures area the entire class rendered -' of Canada represented in the reg.i I word, was spoken. Miss Falcon had ,j ji I II o'dodr until (?) the visitors will t tenjoy1 every available phase of the cam
money sacks of mail baggage and eight 0 program ister is Montreal\ i chosen as her subject "Good Work ; with their hosts and friends i paign.
credit to the art of the modern j
He returned. to Pittsburgh; after a song all of which were great.j I 1 ** dancing at the Country Club.
miscellaneous cars. .j | 1 Although most of the states and Brings the Greatest i I The leader himself doesn't run
the death of his wife old, bringing Steamship C' zark of the,,Clyde-. .photographer. i ly enjoyed. ; cities given as the homes of persons -!'/and., showed in simple: languageand Sunday morning at 9 o'clock I I long on oratory as an art of per-

with him numerous documentsand Mallory Lines: is due in port tomorrow -.' .'Alli ng the interesting contributions -.I Each year at,this tame: the graduating who visited the flower show I, unequivocal argument that,golf will' be played at the Municipal i suasion. His bonus speeches: are

family relics. night frm New Orlf'ansf! to the reader interest of| class of the High School during its four days' duration areeast great happiness is ever and always, Golf Course and there will also ]t! not particularly distinguished as

N. Interest In MoneyHe I I en route to Miami and Jack' on-f!f "The Conch." is the Class!! Poem by is guest of the Rotary Club. jI of the Mississippi\ there is a ithe I fruit of good work. \E be several fishing parties leaving I speeches: but grimly serious! affairs -
found the tiny tenement ville. Steamer of Albert Wiggins Class by J j fortunate about the same hour bitter. lie has
Pecos the ; History I surprisingly large number from Those who were : j'I though rarely
home tucked away between Third i' same lines is due to arrive from: Edna Roberts; Last Will and Tes-I the Middle West. I I enough to hear Miss Falcon's! At 2 o'clock hosts and visitors a good many friends on the other

and Fourth avenues and moved in. Galveston. Monday\ night en route; tament by' Carmelina Alfonso and FOUR SHIPMENTS i i The number of cities represented -!analysis of her subject and uposi-; will meet at the Hotel) Colonial ) side because he never transgress; .,

The abode can be reached only to New York.Steamship ', Class Prophecy by Marguerite Ii j I in the register from mach:;.,'tion of the various phases of exbtence ; and from there a motorcade to | the unwritten rules of parliamentary
points of interest will be started.
through a coffee shop on /'ne side: Gatun, of the Stand-, Valenzuela.In wherein the greatest rewards -' .| conduct
i state indicated the wide
and the basement of a tailoring' ard Fruit and Steamship Cora-', connection with, the groupings -';!E OF PINEAPPLES 1 1i 1 mentation of localities among ri'p.'e-tl.c';,'!I are always received by those ji j Visits will be made to Key West | Politically P.laciow.EasentiaDJ' .
Art Gallery. Municipal Aquarium t
establishment the other. of the different classes i whose work is pronounced being i with
on pany is due from Philadelphia tomorrow who to \Ve.-t!I as a man a single
The "poor cousin" eats, works, consigned to the Porter: there are terse but comprehensiveand i i ARE SENT OUT last persons winter. The came register Key contains -|': good: declared hers a masterful -j Turtle Station Crawls and Fort Taylor other ,scenes Naval : interest-the bonus-he never

sleeps and does most of his own Dock Company. i well written sketches and activities r effort and her oratory perfect many I depart for long from that sub-
the of well 3.0001!
i names over will be visited until it is time forth
laundry in the crude .establish.j I t tI for which: the groups have I i I II | persons, although! many of there':j i I The Farewell Song by the Class j visitors to leave on the return ject. But. as a former district attorney -
gained distinction.The I of '35 brought to a close an evening -: zestful and
ment. One of hi i ,, a crusading
of course, are from Key Wst. { (5:40 o'clock in the afternoon.SUPERSTITION >
I THREE BUILDING volume contains 82 pages, PRODUCTS ARRIVE HERE ON. i of entertainment. ii i :
his "library" and workshop. 1 ; I States, and the numb of I[ rare prosecutor he sometimes turns hw

Outside the narrow :alley is 1 nine of which carry complimentary FERRY AND ARE TRANSFERRED ; cities in each represented in the)i! Tomorrow ceremonies 61 I'I''I' attention for the moment to some
I advertisements' of Key West's pro I o'clock the graduation ) $2 !
lined with empty packing boxes. PERMITS ISSUEDThree I register, follows: ''I' other subject and blasts away at
rusted cans and other waste. On gressive business places organizations TO OTHER CARS! Florida 11 \\ia-I with an interesting program will'be BILLS I PREVALENT' some situation lie doesn't like, or
i eight Ohio
"and individuals indicative j ; ; ; in Park. The
held }
I Bayview individual
pleasant days the grayhairedman and of the. interest taken in the activities ,AND SHIPPED NORTH i cousin, four; Pennsylvania, three;!i Commencement Address will, bej t tI i some and soft-voiced suspects.SOMlooking fie
his books j
moves papersto three Georgia IBr Ammmrtmtr Press)
one ; -
works. .building and repair per. of the school. la.adiana. ; I delivered by Dr. Wm. R. Warren.j is politically highly pugnacious,
of these foxes and 30.-
one MEMPHIS Teniu, May i
mils were issued during the weekending The: success of the annual is. I, three; New York 12. ex-,!!' His subject will be "1, Myself, Am f{ Superstition still persists in these although the casual ob e"et'wouldn't
May 30 from the office of .due to tile activity of > elusive of four on Long Island Graduation t
jn general t Four shipments of pineapples Responsible. cerUfficates t that bills bring bad luck suspect it. lie has lit-
TWO LICENSES Harry M. Baker building inspector the staff., who worked assiduouslyfor I i New Jersey, four; District of i will be conferred by Principal : parts $2 I tle "color" in the political sons!
from Cuba were sent out from i ii Columbia -unless a corner is torn from
for the following in accumulating, I ; ;
: a I long period Horace O'Bryant. |
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Repairs to porches at UI6.Sem. preparing and compiling: the mat-j Key West this week as follows: California, one; Oregon one; On-!I I each bill as' it is received. I of that term has no hobbies,

TO WED' ISSUED;[, inary street. Ow.nerP.:'- .. ter in its interesting entirety. ', Sunday', 27 cars; Tuesday 29 tario, one; Quebec. one; Connecticut s!'SENATE i i iI Henry Meyer, railroad. cashier -' make lives a no quiet social life pretentious of family and
40 a
PASSES tried
three West recently get new
Knowles { : ; Virginia four; ,
; cost $300. 1 1i Member// the staff are : cars; Wednesday, 27 cars; Thursday I .
,, : bills at bank. The bank man, sticks rather closely to hI.
Repairs to floors at 311 Flem-j! Frank Afvarez, editor in- chief Virginia, two; Maryland one; $2 a ]I
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h--- j+ 25 cars, making a total for: couldn't supply him. Neither! offke--and his knitting.
During t of May to,: ing street. Owner, P. L. Coigrov;. Margaret Falcon, assistant editor; Michigan, eight; Kentucky, one;|I CRAWFISH BILL
the it <1 :could other bank here. He.
date there hate been issued from i cost $75.General. [ Woodrow Albury. business manager week 118 cars of the fruit. Massachusetts, three; South Caro-| any .'
the office of Probate Judge lIulZ'bj]I i repairs to home at 711 }I ; Laudelina Contreras, assistant Since the beginning of the regular -,, lina. two; North Carolina one:1;| went to the branch of the Federal Fruits and

Gunn \G. marriage licenses. This,', Southard street.. Owner )lr B r-1 i business' manager; Henry fruit shipping season there(i!, Minnesota two; Nebreska, one;s]' ] Reserve bank. It didn't have:' Vegetable

number exceed by' three the issues -i!I[I tie Higgs: cost. $l00.I 1 i Hijrgs...advertising manager; Evelyn has been a total of 1060 cars of j[I Delaware one; Kansas one. and, (By Atuwrlatvtf Press) any ney ones, but it did eve 1.- Avocado Pears, Crapes, HoneyDew .
of each of the previous I Ii Niles. first assistant; Helen i! pineapples shipped ,from Key| Iowa, ,one TALLAHASSEE: May 30. I 000 that had not been used ranch, Melons, Cantaloupes,

months of March and April when i I WOULD CHANGE NAME !' Russell second assistant; Carme:. West. Of this number 35: cars j!I i Th register from which the!! -n. Scaata today panned The clerk obligingly aid he would, Cauliflower Haydn Mangoes

13 were issued I I lina Alfonso, circulation manager contained fruit in bulk and were compilation this morning was I t*. Hppcw" bill t. look through the stack and pick Peaches, Melons. Squash Batter

_For the week ending today two 1 l 1 CHICAGO.-The Girls' Flying| ; Ygnacio,CarboneU. assistant: [; shipped in bond to Canada. 'I made, it was pointed out was prohibit takiar of stone crab oat the 40 cleanest ones. Bean, Peas, Etc.

lermits to wed were issued to: Club of this city has asked Mayor: Jack Pierce, art editor; .MervflleRosam. The other cars were loaded with open to visitors for leas than four Out of the 1,000 bills Meyer
George Hepburn and Doric Dixon; Kelly to have the city council II I assistant; Cleo Kemp de-< the fruit in crates and were all I days, and persons from many sad crawfish front ta waters said there weren't 40 that didn't Tift' Cash Grocery

non E. Cooper and Beatrice E.I I change the name of Sixty-third j I tail editor; Edward Woodson joke< chipped to points in the United : other points it is known visited .f Moaro aW Dad _a- have_ at least one, corner torn 1212 Olivia Street Phoao 2.
Emblay.' Street to Amelia Earhart road. 1 editor. States for distribution. I Key West daring the season. u... away i

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'O: mn ADVISING KEY WEST. GRADUATESWith ..: : .;. 'I .... ........................
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Pvbllibed Dally Bxevpt Sunday By schools closing in Key West the By OSCAR M. JOHNSON

1 ME CITISK riBUSHIAa CO, ISC.L. .eeeee0e.ee.......,!..........eoooooooo DAYS GONE BY ........................i
r. AHTMAX. Preeldeat.Prom graduates are the recipients of much free
The ClU.... bunding I. TALLAHASSEE May 30.-_ district bonds due to the influence Happening.. Here Jest 10 Year Temperature* ,
Corner Green sad Ana Streets advice. Not to be snowed under, they are When the. legislature adjourn'' and opposition 'of the small .
Af Today A. TaVe From a.ee ..........ee..e..e
-- bold enough to tell the present world what I Friday it will have gone down on :. county group. .Twenty six mem- The Files Of The Citia! e* .
valy Dally Newspaper in Key West and Monroe. the legislative records as one of|I then I; of the senate: had pledged gri: .. : .uji PERSONAL
County. they think about it. The battle usual ; !
as decad .
the -mo t constructive in ,; themselves to stand solidly against ; .
The final drive of the American ........ STOMACH ULCER GAS PAINS.
;: second slue matterFIF1Y.IIXTS all of its failures'and such diversion in
t.4 at Kay We.t. Florida aa is a drawn one. derpite any or any attempted
despite criticism heaped upon,; various ways and for various purpnsea. Legion to raise Key West's quotaof Rainfall { INDIGESTION victims why
YEARE. The Citizen does not wish to tell the it by an uninformed-public andtress. .A majority of the house $3.300 for ,the Legion's Na- : i suffer For quick relief get a
...... ...... .. Yesterday's Precipitation .0 Ins. free of doctor'
.f the A. Pro. like tional Endowment Fund of 15, sample Udga. a
.No stood wall
.Li. Associated Pre. la exclusively entitle credited to use scholars of Key West what they} must do fronted no many legislature. major ever problems con-:' against membership any uh. as-ault a stone on the 000,000 will be held Tuesday says I Normal.Tbrerord Precipitation __ .13 I nil.1 prescription at Gar -iers Phar.jnacy. .
republlcatlon of all newa dlepatchea t. eeTen Xl-haar period .
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It or not otLerwlae credited In thla paper and aJe* with their lives. We ask them; however! of diversified ramifications aa this:'distribution. .Too many counties Harold A. Gibson commander of radiHK at M Vlork Ibis .oor.i.c. I II ,.
local news published, liere. Arthur Post Number 28. may21-22-23-28-29-30; june4.56(
the one upon its convening last April | find; themselves having a surplus Sawyer Tomorrow's Almaaac
to the fact have I
they just 11-12-13x
fair I lover' bond On Tuesday squads of men from :t
1. .There can be no charge; ] carrying charges
I Sun rises .. .. .......... 5:37 '
NATIONAL. EDITORIAL) l tfegttn to le&w abjpui thCMvorld and the h\ fH i has not been 'aY once liberal -|1 I[ through this income and, are the post will canvass the entire -- -- a. M. -
ASSOCIATION Sun sets -- __ ... ..__ ... 7:12 p. m.t
J.I, and conservative. .Faced thereby able to divert substantial city including the residential district FOR REM
I c=/y t93S 1SUBSCRIPTIOX things that ag&in It: figtit for intelli- witH, amounts the cost of and will visit home I Moon rises .mm..m 4:45 a. m.
t\ I; '-, \ the necessity of finding new to govern-I every Moon sets ......._......... 6:53: p. m.,
: RATE J gernfe is onlyTregiJhiing// 1 ** sources of revenue to, meet increasing ment. .In some counties the real i and place of business, in a whirlwind BICYCLES-WE KENT by the
JB. Taar . .' T1*.". costs! of government,' estate is uncommonly becauseof I finish to complete the quota. Tomorrow'. Tide Hour Day or Week. Repair
Bix Three I Months Months______._. | X,...,.. Book sense is easily acquired by those matching partially, if indirectly. this. Each squad will be led by a captain I A.M. P.M.1 all makes and paint them with

Month _'_ .-. j _. ----, -*' I who, as the school children say, put out. It FERA grants, adequately providing -' and every Key Wester is High ....---u_......8:28 J 0:03 Nn-Enamel. We carry a full
Weekly ..ItADVEaTIU1ll'G ; for public free schools pensions -' As the legislature adjourns it expected to do his part when called I Low ..... -- .. -- 1:43 3:37 t supply of part. Agent for the
BATES is the reward of study and attention. Har- and fee text books for all is quite apparent that the pre-ses- on by a captain or one of the j I Barometer 8 a. m. today: I Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

Made IrnoWft Oft aoollretlo.CPECIAL der than the acquisition of. intelligence children of all grades the solons don concensus that the .ixty-day I members of the squads. I!! Sea level 30.01.WEATHER I Ir And sell them as low as $5.0&
&OT1CH exercised greatest care to do noth- I down and $1.00 per week. We
period would make new guher-
Alt reading: notice, card of thank, rcaolntlona ef.vrjiect no
rbltnary notice, etc* mill .. charged .for at however is the wisdom and self control ing that would tend to cripple nnorial "" 8terlal, might on the con The first shipment of Cuban I r FORECAST Boy and Sell all makes of used
:!.. rate of :o cent a. Una. 'I Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.
that business ) candidacies avocados has arrived at Key West!
*;otee. for entertainment by ehurcnea from whiskS come with experience. The graduateswill trary sadly! cripple some -
revenue la to be derived are C cents a line.lae Much to the surprise; of many of have been well bourne out I and has been placed on the mar I (Till 8 p. m.. Friday) Stowers company, 515 Dnval
Cltlacn la an. open forwn and lavlte dlcnon .. find this to! be true, although !they will its critics, the legislature: finishedits .No candidates will merge from I ket. Last year there was an embargo J Key West and Vicinity: Partly street sprO-tf
< of public l"ue and subject of local or generalntereet I
but It will not pabliah noarmou comrannl. not believe it now. "work .for all practical purposes. 'the assembly's session except I' on the fruit. Thi year/I i cloudy tonight and Friday; gentle FURNISHED
W'ma .Legislation; left on the those: already mentioned as posniLiite there is hone and it is expectedthe APARTMENT. elec-
winds, mostly east and southeast.
Youth undertakes things that trio ice box. Archie
many ctlendar is of little or no consequence. ) .. .While friends of Presi- shipments will be exceptionally -1, Thompson,
MEMORIAL DAY older people tolerantly permit.Fired with .To be able to adjourn dent Hodgei will publicly deny large. Removal of the embargo Jacksonville! to Florida Straits: 1001 Eaton street Phone 879-J.

enthusiasm, and a purity of purpose, the with such a record in face of its This,lt is nevertheless the fact that was brought about through the I i Gentle south and southwest winds t' may24lmoxPIANO :

conservative attitude toward newroureei the! general census! of trained obterrera efforts of Dr. J. Y. Porter presi-' over north portion and gentle!
"God send And.where for
us wish ,
peace young to go forward, to improve
of and in TUNING
revenue, the
that the session has failed dent of the Key West Chamberof easterly winds over south portion!
aye, the loved and lost recline rapidly, and say so. They attack frontally, light of the act-teness of the legislativc fJ' to help his candidacy for the Commerce. While it is true and partly overcast weather tonight "

Let fall, 0 South,.your l leaves and palnw- wher wisdom, as it is und .rs\ .a/6)! their !situation,created<<* by 5ncome_ rovernorchip in the 193$$ elections. the embargo was lifted lastyearit .and Friday with probablelocal '. PIANO TUNER, Laureano Mo

O North of !'' shortages"artuved' by, the operation .Although more than 40 was only lifted a few weeks showers over north portion.) reno. Excellent piano for Bale
your pine ciders, advises. a flank attack, which is! or the homestead! exemptiop cheap. lOtS Division street
mentioned. the
Thaxtec.Fellows torffibilities are before the season closed and grow. East Gulf: Gentle winds mostly j
-Celia slower but more apt to be successful.We amendment ti Baring much. A Dumber of actual candidate will! ers in Cuba did not have time,to'' east. and southeast I| m2 -Jmn

want all those who leave, the : ompUshments! included a: Ilw 'dle-.to six or less. .Certain ship much of the fruit to Key G. S. KENNEDY.:
tiaeticsllfnd sane new liquojf! itl.,.be candidates are President ofjth <** Official in Charge I ROOMS
with only fuss as beards are schools of Key West this year to understand i code wiping; out all old liqnojj I l Senate W. C.. Hodges. Vernon West I .

often and naturally fussy. that they have the best wishes of all :statutes: on the books adequatll'pensions JIawthone.. ousted Miami state attorney .; I daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Whit-. "THE MUNRO"-Rooms $2.00.

the older people. Your elders will watch and revenue for school; ; Pat Whitaker. former 1 Large authentic map of the more J. Gardner of 1221 Petro-j!1 I $2.50 and $3.00 per WM*..
return of foreclosure proceedure prerident of the senate who it ex-!' !!1'.property on the keys are now to nia street Key West, and Lester l I Double and Single. 128 N. E.
Now if those Kentucky colonels ever with interest your renewal of a fight that to the 1929 laws to make more'' pected to "Ion I: 'em".Many be had at the Oversea Company.*'I I Abrameon of New York City't 4th street, Miami, Fla.
they abandoned after some desultory difficult the oreration of tax certificate -! others think themselves certain The map i11! feet long and
ask for a bonus) we're sunk. were married in New York. Friday tnsy24.1 mox
harks, creation of ma- 2% feet high. The entire chain 1!!I
skirmishing years ago. They will not .These include Pete Toma!'elle. May 29. The ceremony was
chine "w erehv cities and townsman 1933 speaker former senator of the Florida Keys is shown as FOR SALE
; performed in the municipal building -
envy your success. Rather they will acclaim declare "debt moratoriums"! well the water fronts of each
as ;;
The fact that you can fool some of the Fred Cone of Lake City. Attorney by City Clerk Michael J.
people all the time is why some people it, and join you in hailing they new and also! to ret up separate budgets -' General Cary D. Landis. etc. but key. I I Cruise. Mfc. Abramson Is a painter, FOR SALE-JVigidaire in rood
for debt service and for
day that you cherish and they desire. cur- opinion in many quarters is that and decorator. 23 years old. Miss working: condition, $20.00. Ap-
stay in office so long. rent operating costs legislation neither of these will actually: run There will be an important Gardner is school teacher in ply 625 Division street.
better enabling! the state! to get a .Commissioner! of Agriculture I meeting of the Key West Coun- Key West and is 22 old. <, may30-tf
NEWSPAPERS RENDER SERVICE f.ir portion of Public Works mon-
Nathan Mayo. who has been prominently try Club held 8 o'clock Monday
Arabs believe the stork has a human #'v in spite of constitutional pro-i -- I PERSONAL CARDS 100
il mentionend can be //ldef- night in the rooms of the Cham the pre-nuptial affairs
heart. Anyway he has been quite hilition against pledging thestate's said be candidate' ber t Among cards, $1.25. The Artmai
generous initely to a for of Commerce. The call was for June brides is
Few people stop to think that newspapers credit congressional and planned aj'
to some families. I le-election to the office of commissioner issued by Robert Spottvwood. shower which will be given inompliment" Press. aftC1
all over the United States, render I judicial redistricting.: .f.f'I t of agriculture! for a president, today. The object of; Miss Florence
many public services without compensa- ''I The legislature failed to do any-:| fourth term. .W. B. (Buddie) the meeting is to appoint a secre-1! Mackle Tuesday afternoon at FOR SALE-1927 Buick car $25
on !
Admiral thing!: about placing light and pow.jr i| of Jefferson will cash. Apply t23 Eaton streetnay28.3tx
claimed United
Byrd for the Bishop oppose! to take care of the club'sbusiness
tion of a direct kind. The matter is excellently -I ( rate making: in control of the nary the home of Miss Edna Mackie! :
)him. is of the
States some thousands of miles of i .Bishop speaker and to fix: the t'Ompen- 1306 Georgia' street. .
square illustrated the title which was not unexpected -- --
by ready acquiescence : 1935 house. ration for the J .
: secretary. - ---
coal lands in the Antarctic. Thus addingto of I due to the poTrerfsl:; lobby main- t ,
campaign managers in the --
tained at Tallahassee by the utiHty- !
Uncle Sam's frozen assets. stations Next president of the senate Luther Pinder and W. B. PALACETom
payment to radio of fixed chargesfor operations opposed to taking this! ;
broadcasting i authority from the municipalities will be Stuart GUI is. of Walton Branch have opened real estate Tyler in .

programs. .One of the hirh points in they county, who was decided upon bya offices in the place at 518 Fleming SILENT VALLEY
There narrowminded and broad- I.
are Newspapers, devote untold space to majority of the "holdovers' street Mr.Branch is
utility lobby wes CoL J. Hodges> j an experienced Charlie
Rugxles.Mary Boland in
minded people everywhere and Key West political events. Often, they jeopardizetheir of Lake City chairman of the several weeks ago, but the official ealty salesman and has 1] PEOPLE WILL TALK ,

has its allotment,just like all other places.To existence in political tactics, neces- i state democratic executive eonv. caucus was not held until' this turned a number of important
mittee. week. .Thus West Florida; will deals since he has been in Key! Matineet 10.1101 Nlfhtt j YOUR EYES
tIt i
what class do you belong? sary in the opinion of the editor for rea- failed to disturb in any way, have two presidents of the senatein West. The concern invites property 15.25ci

sons of public welfare. The political par- the present distribution of the a row, as against! a succession of owners to list holdings with! i Need Immediate Attention

When a Newark bride of a few weeks ties seldom figure that the widespread three cents of the gas tax going four presidents from South FlorIda them.T. ; KEY WESTCOLONIAL 1 No one's eyes, are so perfect
before the 1936 session.\
retirement of road and l Bridge] j
threatened to go home to her mother, she publicity given political events by the to HOTELIn that they can be neglected: in
_. L.
of West
-- - --=---- Kelly, Key connected I definitely.
was informed that her mother had gone press of the nation is necessary to the proper .... ...... ... with the !
.... .
....... ...... u e seToday's the Center: of the Business Periodic examinations and
home to her grandmother the day before. functioning of the government itself. : vice here, and Miss Kathleen], i
;; ;; .1 Birthdays Heflin and Theater District immediate; care may nave you
daughter of
Today'sAnniversaries iflr. and Mm.}
Of course, the answer is that the press much distress and cost later.
............e........... Charles Heflin. of Charkea.7le. First Cla Fireproof.f- I
Mine host of the Plaza Restaurant is receives public advantages, in the mails, : Va, were married in that city, 1 Come in now for a complete
a culinary philosopher. He that etc. This is true to extent but the James A. Farley of New York. Wednesday. Sensible. Rat.*
some They arrived examination.
avers .................*...... Postmaster-General. born at Gras- by rail.;
bacon and eggs illustrate the law of con government has absolute control of radio 1792-James Ren wick, noted I I ey Point, N. Y.. 47 years ago. yesterday afternoon. I COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEI DR. J. A. VALDES

trast. Eggs without bacon need flavor, for the public welfare and gives radio Columbia University physicist 1] Miss Florence Royelle Gardner5Jaeka.I11Ps Carat Elevator Orthecen Soft-Lit Uceniee

and bacon alone needs toning down; but licenses, of great value, to certain stationsin his day. born in England. Died in) Frank C. Walke of New York.

bacon and eggs together are popular because perference to other stations, for absolutely New York City, Jan. 12, 18C3. National Emergency' Council Iesdlag Hetel Popular Price. 6't 532 Dwval Street
born Pa.
j head at Plymouth 4'Jj : THE SEMINOLE
they form such a delectable nothing. Moreover the law .
con pro ear ago. -' -- -----

trast. tects the stations thus favored by drivingout 1812-John R. McClernand. Illinois -I J Ji 1'

congressman.! Uniongeneral, Rt. Rev. William Lawrence o* f \ JI i
competition.We lawyer" born near Hardinsbure,, Boston venerable retired P. K.lishop .I ; I

Florida newspaper men generally will would not be misunderstood.' We : Ky.' 'Died 'at Bprtnffield l, llIiJ) born there, 85 years ago. I Your Vacation

agree: with the dissenting opinion of Jus- do not advocate that newspapers cut out I Sept. 20. 1900.1826William. JI;'I.. rr at, hat I

tice Buford concerning the contempt political news. We do not suggest that i. I William Phillips of Boston, Un- : If you are going to summer school, or plan

Miami A. 11. Loveland!. der'-Secretay of State. born at i !'"ninj a motor trip or any journey will feel
charges against two newspaper men they cease political partisanship We I. '! t you
pioneer Colorado merchant Beverly, Maes, 57 years ago.
by Ji4Ige: Jefferson Browne of Key.. West. merely point out the facts stated above in railroad promoter, born at ChaUl/ : I. I' < safer and more at ease if you are sure that the

The learned judge stated that the publication ;- order that some of the public, at least, niay ham. Ma?*. Died In Denver Dec] j'A.C li ,i Otis Skinner of-" Ne'wYorkwpriDlogust Jerk....n.., .;::.. .f( '_ |.t' funds;Y TQU carry are protected. Let us assist! you

about Judge Browne did not reflect -' appreciate! that mast newspapers render, II 171891. till. \r 1 j..t.. .i ''t jjl, born in Chi- h rHAs:11.
lca"orS4 yi-ars ago. Ji A human, tinme-like I I Insttlullnni f fwhere travel funds IntoAMERICAN w *{ .
"upon the ability, the dignity or the distinct public service without compensa. I "j car. you will. fled. ..rI Individual'eMfvrl : !' --
1835-Alfred Austin Britain' ..< .......a..ral a matter
integrity either, of the trial judge as a man tion. I Poet-Laureate from 1896 to 1913, Rosa Raisa, roprano, born in of great Importance.A EXPRESS TRAVELERS

or as! a judge, nor do they reflect upon the born. Died June 2. 1913. roland 42 year ago.: -a---.. CHEQUESIF
Meet fireproof lUlaa; Wale*
court as an institution." SENATORS OUGHT TO HAVE SENSE I (.en. Lazaro Cardenas, President la the heart of the city
-0Every THESE checks are lost or stolen (un-
1868-Charles B. Dilhnghatn, of Mexico, born 40 years ago.

With consolidation of Dade and Monroe This correspondence says little about I noted New York City theatrical and. Shower Room Itath with Combination Radio, KlertrleiVilmr Tub' countersigned. the amount involved i is refundedto

iranagrr, born at Hartford, Conn. Oklahoma in 1934 producedthe .-.". Slat Dimr far !Summer In spending them all that is leo
conutie in a single judicial district. Senator Long; because he frequently fails! ,, Died. 30 1934.1880.Pandolph Ventilation, r-omfortaM l Aug. poorest corn and cotton cropsin !' .
Mattresses f Inner Spring (Vmmrartlon
-J for to sign them second time in the
Gt'orgeVorleY'A new job as state attorney to "make sense". His last.. nonsense wa a i. her entire history. and Individual Reading you a presenceof

might be expected to give way to the filibuster to prevent President Roosevelt I'I Bourne, brilliant I-amr-n. RATRST I the one accepting them.

seniority of the state attorney in :Monroe. from delivering his soldier's veto. message etayht. cut off in the primeof The annual Rose show ntThomasville ......1 1 -FOR SALE BY-
I III youth born at Bloomfield, N. Ga., usually: draws -.. Private Bath _.___._ u-I!
The important fact nearly everyone has in person. President Wilson demonstrated ; attendance of 30,000 to 40,000 .M KMma. Private nath ....-.___ :2JS*-
,J. Vied in the influenza epidemic. > an .. _.
a nrrt..D. Bath See
overlooked, however, is that the Monroe II the value of appearing in person, and II j Dec. 22. 1918. .* people. Z4 I( .me Private Bath _...1_ 33.i The First National Bank of Key \West
I I. "...1. R.*... Petrol Bath **.
state attorney has been incapacitated for there are plenty of other precedents. There j I II '-F
months and is not expected to return to his I i is! also Senator Schall of Minnesota who is j,I BENJAMIN LOPEZFUNERAL MONROE THEATERJackie ( 1! j

HOME Coogan-Evelyn Brent in ._ ..... .
'' .- -
pot.!' The far south district' is being servedby !I so abusive when he talks about the' President -; E.taw...... 4ff TerK II III HOME ON THE RANGE I -

an acting state attorney.-Miami Daily that he is rather disgusting. Senators j .e Wol. OIoWler Aline MacMahon-Guy Kibbee in

:Feat's. ought! to have better sense. j I 24- Aat .Ua" SorrteoISC '' WHILE THE PATIENT SLEPT

There are many Senators who often Uc.aM4 Ilabat.sK. I Uatiaee:.Balcovjr, Oct Orch.. lIobsdu'inliesiACCEPHN
... Nitkt .*..w- tra, | S-2te Nie>t. 1S-25
The mystery of the missing;{ newW differ with the PresideHti plan's. Among ,I II .. -

papers at a southwest section residencecame those who show sense and hammer hard, j 1 IMITATIONS

to a satisfactory conclusion recently I, are Tydings, of Maryland\ ; Walsh of Massachusetts ic

after a bit of detective work. Each day ; Glass and Byrd of Virginiaall P STEAMSHIP. Bests-eta To aC the erfeiaal Devi tOO% Per Palm
the master of the house would go out for fighting Democrats. Besides, there are |I UNITED STATES EAST } look, for tOO% Pan Puce fce* eftttt.tetaiarftatt4 IIADI fun

his paper, and each day there was no the New England New Jersey, Delaware j MAIL ROUTES FOR ." this Label ,tot nrrer J.f&catcJ. mom---

Kansas Iowa and other who PORT TAMPA + D*.i* 100% ttrt Pain Conform. with
paper. The news boy insisted delivery was Republicans, 1 -HAVANA-WEST INDIESa I aH rare rate Law end fe (b* only pulps L'I '5.--=

made and what with one thing and another qualify as good representatives of their i Effeeti.e March 18th, Ins d. I IgI that Carrie a gearsntte of parity
Leave F
Key West for Hanna Wednesdays and t
feeling ran high before the thief. was people. The same can be truthfully aid j 12 iZO P. M.Leave SaturdaJS.l_ Qok for this Gaanmtee on the Label-*

caught. It developed a neighbor's dog of LaFollette) Norris and other scrappy ] Hanna for Key West Thursday and Mondays, .1
Leave Ky West for Port Tampa Thursday and i w i.,mow.-.Nk ry dnr P a4ea.uu.er.f suss sir ..,aAu
with more devotion than honesty had .been Progressive I days,630P.EL 'MOb'I_ _I ..r p e.er wv ..M N m M S.ki.m sad mM e/.A Dods.ly,

making the daily theft and taking the A* a whole the Senate [is composed of Tick*s., R_.... aaW la/ormaUoB at Ticket Office* o. tV e 7Do : 1EHAV1S c* e,.. 1. 1.

his master who lived able who gentlemen. The .k. -'PIa_ 71 '
spoils to nearby.- men are G. C. ROBERTS Career 18J1II'J

the' "' eX-I .. -. J. R COSTA, Av," 1 1i 1t 'J'Jb.c.z
Miami Daily :News-: ?. ? c ti.mspr.ovc(; : pile t,* .tl -.4. A -- % ; *;- *' t




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if s a rAGE nrntt
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I YANKEES'"C1JMB" CUB'ANCLUB t'il'.I i li.i.l'iilll.l.l'lllillll.lIII.II.


arlfV.SlIt A".tI... ...... mean I'd been Jn the house quite a NATS SOFTBALL '
tng back to L.II4l_ wttJk Oay1t
ntara. le talker sassed of fter lens time more than twenty mln-
terror! le .

pow la no_,. *..*.* ..*.. <. room- ;

.icv-er." did not fatter.rrtre But e"e re.mom her trnW fa.U .-. 'H.i yo' *? Tbft'it ...wasn't yon I ST, LOUIS CARDINALS DE- SERVICE AGGREGATION VICTORIOUS

lrt"Uimr4 t* a befrte..s. saw getisg ,IB. It jnnst've been T
end m e Tvif4 I* Wnlnrn mud s OVER BAY VIEW -
eta tut des e"tr.. ret AlUon....- "Little Herbert ,
Pft'f" IVrnlxr a Hill*. on"ow* "That't about it," be agreed. BOSTON BRAVES TRIUMPH S
elt" li,.. ktm a lot For d. tmlttaU PARK PLAYERS IN SECOND .
.. (*. don'. rntlar ere "Q. L." *- Ton tee all I saw was a dark shape I
stead ot "O. IF." getting in at the .window. So'''I I OVER PHILLIES CAME LAST NIGHT

thought I'd have a'look, but yonr! ;-- S
Chapter 10 tight was en'anl!' I'hnltatcd a bit '

and then taddenly your light went (Spvrlal to Tae i"l lxraJJEYT > JOVE .4-. .. '
oat so I thought Pd Investigateafter YORK,' May 30.-The ,
put on speed and they Went alL And then you charged !I.. .I York Yanlees downed Two games wer? play J in tie

up the smooth rise to toe. so of coarse 1 thought.It was New the ;I Social League last night In the To The 1935 Graduates
i Washington Senators, 7 to ;. and
bead. yon I'd sees and-well- first game the Cuban Club defeated -

"Mr. Westnrn..." AllcoB. listening title COB faced thereby grot closer to top standingin the Garage outfit by a 6 to 1 m
It. did not look around and Alison statement, thought It a molt latld the American League. .
clever accooot of the circnmstances.She score.
repeated 'Mr. Wejtarnt" The Boston Red Sox defeatedthe The leader at bat L.
agreed at once.
t "0Ja1 I Tee" For a moment she "1 see I don't know .what I !Maclcmen 10 to 9, with Boa Bazo for the Cuban Club, who bit Business Men Merchants and Citizens of Key

could have, sworn that he had snonldve iron If lOG hadnt com ton using four pitchers Philadelphia three safely in font times at bat

lamped. In." She looked ,at the crey road was served by three hurlew. and Jolly and Roche, who hit one West Listed On This Take
Page Pleasure
"Would yon mind telling me one winding np under Urn car thinking: The St. Louis Cardinals world in two tries for the Garage 1 boys. In

thing? Tm Ktad- B.BO glad-he did!"and champions, went to victory over In the field. L. Casto and Roche

"Anything! Go ahead r He smiledat added aloud "1 coaldnt hare held the Cincinnati Reds, 6 to 3, behind for the' Garage ten and C. Her Congratulating The Graduates of 1935 and
her and when b* trailed like that the door and he'd have ought; ta. the excellent pitching of P. Dean nandez and Martinez for the 0
she felt that the was silly even to before 1 cot oat of tile window. and Walberg. The defeat atof-ped Cuban Club i played good.

doubt. What Is Itr "Ton' think Ito meant to catch the Reds! winning streak at six; Score by innings; : R. H. E. Extending A Wish for Success In TheIrFuture
"la Gaffe soar own rYeL yon?* Coy.asked 4oabtfaly.! straight Cuban Club 200-130 0-6 0

Why?." He looked nr- The Boston Braves downed the Garage .... 001 000 0-1 3 2
prised. -I'M dare fee did" said Alison slm- Undertakings.
Phillies. The score in this Batteries: C. Garcia and Mar-
"Nothing. Only I wondered ,* "I ] game
whyIt 'ply. cant tell you way. only .
tinez L. Castro and H. Castro.In
8 to 6. Wally Berger and Jim- ; .
wasnt lour name on his colljr.Ob. ." when he looked through the door was
as a matter of fact. I.n only I'd a sort of .feeling tbat he was my Wilsrn knocked a home rnn '
lust bought tlm-from a friend. looking'for me-tbat he'd meant. to apiece during the game. the second game the Service -i
(r The ummarres'i:: ., ten defeated the Bayview Park by
rr- """' '''''.''' .... -r ;;; ;"a T rJ :- !NATIONAL LEAGUE. a score of 11 to 6. ,

At Philadelphia R. 11. E. The leading: hitters were Nunez ISLAND CITY NOVELTY t ":"1 SAUNDERS WHOLESALE !Ii

')rti': Ir.4 + Boston _..._, __.._... 8! 12 1 for the Park boys and C. White .

Philadelphia ...;.__._*._ 661 for the Khaki outfit O WORKS GROCERY CO. t
Batteries: Brandt Smith and In the field Koller and Pitt ., .
Hogan Spohrer; Jorgens Thomas. for the Service aggregation andB. Makwell Lord, Prop. !' ', ; ;1' 1001 Division Street
: Roberts and Sevilla for the I 1. -
E. Moore, Johnson and Wilson.
r Park club played welL .

In the first inning a great catch
At St. Louis R. II. E. .

f Cincinnati __._._ 3 11 0 by Pitts broke. up a rally for the '.,:,' h.

St. Louis .........._......._ S 7 0 Bayview boys with runners on 1E .:. r I
e ;". Batteries: Schott Hermann and third and second. ..I' '
I Score by innings: R. IL E.
Lombardi!; Walker. P. Dean and <
Davis. Bayview Park- E LOWE'S CASH' GROCERY' -I. :: .BUSYBEE >-
200 300 1- 685 BAKERY .

Service .... 027 020 x-11 11 3 .
Chicago at Pittsburgh postponed Batteries: B. Roberts Puebla k 1117 Division{ Street B. E. Brantley Prop. "
rain and No- ,
and R. Alvarez; Ortega -

I dine. I
b'V2 VyHfSA' .". New York'. and Brooklyn, not, "
y'fi.C .
u6 $?Yh, 2t;; j I scheduled. I I LEAGUE STANDINGS


At Washington R. It E. I .

New York ._.... __. 7 9 1 .AMERICAN LEAGUE S

Washington ._.__.., -. 490 I Club- W. L. Pet y GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP TRIUMPH COFFEE MILLS S

xY Batteries Ruffing and Dickey; Chicago; ___._._.__.:._%0 12 .625 ,
n'rf Burke Beat and Bolton, Red I New York _..._.._____22 14 .611 !I. Diamandi, Prop. G. Gutierrez Prop.

mond. I Cleveland ._*-..-._18 14 .663 ,

Y. Detroit _.-_..._18 18 ..U9I
act a At Boston R. H. E. I Boston' _.___18 16 .529 .

Weiturn Is Gaffe your own%' Philadelphia __ 9 13 4 i Washington _......,.17 17 .500 ,

Boston _.__ .._._10 10 3 t .._11 21S44 .
Ue aovweredslowly_ ...was.lnten>} Qqw I And met! And"that he.was. ,goijtK to Batteries r Dietrich Ca arelta. i St. Lonte..- -'R' 2272 6'7' ,.-.----- -- ;;: .. -. .-...... ...-- 0".0... S
on'th.ro ahead -ttm me! =::=
Caster. Mahaffey and Berry;
"I see!! 1 thought It rather funny Good Lord! Tom poor child! N* .
when 1 saw it. I kadnt thought of wonder yon were trlghtenecl.HiS Rhode Pipgnw, Walberg, Welch II NATIONAL LEAGUE '
that." Alison eoa.en@d. vole was very tender. and Berg. Club- W. L. Pet E STAR COFFEE MILLS :-F ; EINHORN'S GROCERY.

.______..__..-22 9 .710 ,. '
Yon thought I might be spinning "Ton see he must have been out- i New York -- .. .
Chicago St. Louis Detroit and I ......17 13 .567 Veliz and Sanchez Props ..;-"' -. : : Division :
you a yarnr He did not look at her. side bar seen me come In and Chicago :.7' ,> and Olivia Streets
'and he was frowning. realized that the house was emptIhe )." Cleveland not scheduled. St. Louis .. 19 16 .699 1 .. ; ..
"Yea-! explained glad to get the haunt. i Brooklyn ____.._._19 15 .559 : :> -. .. ..:

H* 'was silent negotiating tbe Inc memory of her fear out In words GAMES TODAY I Pittsburgh .__.-_._-__..J21 18536 .. _,, ".
turn Into the main road before he "It he was a tramp and looking for Cincinnati -_.....h ..._16 17 .485 <: L.4. ?

aald. "1 suppose my story sounded money-b* was. you know or b* AMERICAN LEAGUE I i Philadelphia; .....-..- 8 21 .300 -. )... .&.c. ., : .' .
rather thin?" wouldn't have broken In the desk Two I Boston ...__.,__...__. 8 23 .%81i h '>'. "
"N-no. Only I well six-mile stroll would be?-well! anyway, be mast New York at Washington- I 1 I '
In tbe rain-*nd at mldllgbt-and bar seen me pay off tbe car-1 took !games-Broaca vss. Hadley and j
turning np Inside the house like out a whole bunch of English Tamulis vs. Pettit.Philadelphia I i COLORED UNITPLANSJERVICE : HABANA-MADRID CLUB FAUSTO'S GROCERY
that-- notes and h* my'v thought that i i at Boston-Two

"You thought 1 might be little I It'd be pretty easy. lied only got I gameo-Blaeholder vs. W. Fer- Duval and Front Streets Cor. Duval and Angela Streets S
Herbert's brother to finish m* and clear out and BO ell and 3enton vs. H. Johnson.
Alison laughed. "No! I didn't sue- on'd know would they? 1 mean, I Cleveland et Chicago-.Two I :

pact yon like that Bat I thought that It was him. lie may have games-Hildebrand vs. Whitehead ; .
you mightn't want to tell me really waited about till I was off my guard and Hudllh vs. Fischer. i i i According to announcementmade -"
who you were and wbat yon were oa the chance that I'd leave my bag I Detroit-Two .
St. Louis at gamesCain by J. H. Jackson and J. A. I
there. about and when 1 well I.
doing didn't -
vs. Bridge and Vna Atta Anderson of the colored church: '
"What do you tblnk 1 was doing?" Thank Cod I did cornel" He said I : 'S
Auker. the will .
"1 don't know quite. she admit that a* If be meant! It. vs. congregation archbishop '
ted.I thought perhaps It might -I know. 1 feel like that. Ton II arrive in Key West shortly from : .
really be 10ar house see he was running after me down New York City to hold : DR.J.C.SANCHEZ"I
"Mine? Good Lord, nolie! the stairs but then b*. mast her Brooklyn at New York-Two I on Jane 2 and 3. 4 '
laughed. "1 give you my word It heard you or seen you strike a light gamei-Mango "P"i Fltrsimmons I The services will be held on the' ,' t J I. Appelrouth :, Optometrist .

Isn't I'd never seen It In my life and perhaps he got frightened.Don't and Munn vs.. Parxnellee. I second floor of the Good Samaritan .- II. :, .. ". 'h -. ..,', f, d ( '.-" ? .:..
before" you think so?" Boston' fat Philadelphia! -Two I i Hall, it Is *ate4l.Richardson's .. '. j' '...; .." .,. .J: '".a .-10....9'jl.... '.. 4si" 1 F .
; ? ,
''n>' Davis and .=.i' .; ; : '"
I expect so... Jame&-Betts: I ,_. _. ". .. ;3 "t .;>1.' .. I '-: ';.1 .., >_ .iI1 .! ., ,..,- ..., .. ... ';
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believe now. That was Anyway. ended Alison Uo..al Frankhouse Walters, / .. > J.
vs. :
.0n.1 you : .1 l '. : .. t- <' .7 :; '
.. She didn't really doubt luck." -i: i iu: !" Chicago at Pittsburgh-Two' ;\,4,0; ; (. : .; f.. :.. ;.. J -,. .. 'W' "' :"":,,,, "'_ '_; _.. :} ;! /-.1W"" a.:
him. "Only It seemed such luck -1'H it was. Apart from anything *' gam&UCarletot'Vs.Blanto I your coming at theTlzbl'mlnnte like else say I shouldn't] hare wet'you French vs. Lucas.Cincinnati 4An j &ecefy-3 JJ' ) : ,;{'j ?'J.: ,'ti.; t.1: $ f tS.i'N7s' 8 it oj.a H t'1i :..b. :.S

tbat You know, it was Inck!" She otherwise should I?'" He smiled] at St. Louis--Two FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ;
felt almost awed now when she down at her as h* spoke giving game*-Si Johnson vs. Haines and SPECIALS ',4 J::G. KANTOR Inc. UNION TRANSFERS.; e
looked back at the sheer chance weight to the light words. Hallahan. I
Frey vs. .
ef It "No. And I'm awfully iratefoL. ,
"A* yon say It wasIack.Thert "You needn't be"I Batter IB 30c ,. Exclusive )(en. Shop ,,-..";. ..; -'- Beryl Curry, }[ISr.
was a note in his voice that made ": mean for your staying on with I -<<.
Maxwell HM.. Cff.. & 3U ;;; ..
Alison turn pink. "I've been.think. m*-seeing me through. '.
lag abont it all night "Yon think t might hue laid yon I CONGRATULATIONSTO Bliss Coffee. n. 25c i, S
"Abontr fainting on the floor stepped over Kaffa Haag. Ib _..--. -.- 49e /
I '
"My: coming In like tbat Ton see your body and returned peacefully THE- Scar 5 lk.. __ 26* 1 .... ...tt ,';:
.._ JOe __ lie W .
Milk *
I wasn't certain-1 thought it wasa to Warley, leaving Little Herbert to cam -., ,,'- 4.
bit rash and very nearly changed finish whatever crime he had on 1935 GRADUATESOur Cream,6*.eau cam ._. 40c *m4. 44 Be 5Tomatee ;
my mind." H* was speaking rather band! Salt, :3 pkgs....._ "L 10e
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earnestly now his eyes on tbe road Alison laughed.TVell wish is for your tuceess I C...... 2H size can 20c .'. EL ANON ICE CREAM PARLOR TIFT'S DAIRY
his face aet "I 1 looked twice at till _____ 22 41
through life. Pear. 2% ais can ..
window and wondered whether I'd "It Isn't done be assured her on your journey Peaches 2H) .iae! CM lie '41Si. Jesus Carmona,. Prep. Chester Tift, Prop. !
chance It and there gravely "It'a against the rules of :
; was your light .. Rice 5 I'M. ,-- 35e ..
up in the bathroom. the Burglars'Union ARCHER'SGROCERY Baked Beams, < cam 2Sc 111 ,
"Bat-bnt If yon saw me get In at (Cepyripkt im.f vely*M.ITiMtftJ Jelly, 3 It box r--' 24 .. ''".' v ",. .. .

the window, how could yon eee my OvaltiB. __n. _>-___ 35e 111" ,,# -K $ .
llghtr Alison was puzzled. -I .Tomorrow enter the com furniture "' .".. OrattlM, large __. ..,..,.,. 65 :
era etry. *
Prwmea. 2H *. c.. ..__ 22 .. .
-Tbe Steve That ServesYou Flake .3 k ... 25 : .. :
I' Ivory > :. .- '. .. S
...............e..a iee..ee.eee..eseee.eeeeeToday's >: .Be f'v Sausages im Lard cam ..__ 15. >..' ..

Today In History Horoscope .- We Weleowe Retpoatible P. t_., 10 Ib*. ...-_.h 23cTmma : : ::;:; //tPAUL'STIRE
v '* Fi.... cam ___.- 15c ; h'" : > :
.................. .....1 o.aee..e.......'... .... ...: 'rAeeeu.t.Afl Tos at. Pact. 19c eras, .,., -' .'
1431-Joan of Arc burned at This u a day. of 'importanceofteo ;; ": Competition met with Pimiicmto 2 fee _.___3 cam,--_*..-. 25 1C ,, *- J.J., 'CAll j ja.>.Prop. -!:-.... : lUymond Curry Manager

the stake aged 19. giving high position. There J h Low Prices and High Quality. RImo, 3 pkgs. .......... .. 23 ,, .

I. indication of a mind fit to gov I Order AU Food Need SO -FJ..... _a ._......_._.--, 23 :
1631-"La Gazette" of Paris : ivory Sear. < br :34cTaaleek.
ern. With a good gift of expression ... .i
I U. i I II
claimed by come the first daily. I Tro.Cm 2 Ib*. -_, 2Se '41!
Iaaued.1654Queen. and seeming -broadness' of Dressed Poultry Pig Feet jar ...._ IIc;*.d 28 ,
opinion there 'may be traits ofeehfishness I Turtle I Coked Brains. :3 ea_ 25c : ,"
I Fish Fresh Yard E.... Jos*. :33.Lri'rlake. '
.10,89)Christina abdicated of Sweden the counterbalanced, by the are natural Fruits Vegetables l .. 2 phgs. l.e .: } .
throne. and'conCientiousnes, II Meats L.. Sp, :3 bars 19c SAWYER'S. PAINT AND KEY WEST COCA-COLA

dignity Products Uf :a..,. Seep. :3 loan _. l.
which i il indicative of this degree. Dairy CYCLE STORE BOTTLING CO.

180C-Andrew Jackson later to I Pken 67 ; rr-Dvry PBWC5S-R PrW Delivery .
killed in .
become President a man I
dueL Day established by Gen. John A. I 814 FUmimj. Street Eaten...< Elisabeth Street I A. L Sawyer,'Prop.; Karl O. Thompson
a tommander-in- .. ; :... .
G. A. It
-:-- Logan l. )
186$-Decoration or Memorial chief. .' .



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'PAGE.. FOUR. ,- ..:- -. ,. ..- '- -:.- .,- .-. THE.KEYWEST CITIZEN

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Graduates of 1935 West School\ L. PHILLIPS WILL Schedule Of Wages

Key High SOCIETY On Work Relief Jobs ;

:-: : : WED IN NEW YORK The schedule of monthly earnings -

!............ ............................. .... set forth in the president's

order, subdivided on a geographical j'
Police Ball And Cabaret Last FORMER- t KEY WESTER_ NOWMEMBER and population basis and classified

'lam according to types of work, .
Night Was Outstanding Event!I ENGINEERINGFORCE is as follows:

: -- I ON SAN JACINTO The amounts are based on the

'7' ; From the first notes of the The grand march led by Mayor] population in the different regions -

f" orchestra sounding the opening of),and Mrs-\Vnu H. M T im..nd..p&kticipated l. : < .' as follows: First row of figures i
f!Serial /. Tae '
1 111 lira) 'reading downward over
the ball and cabaret i
grand given
in by of the social I
3oL.. many ; !NEW YORK, May 30.-Livingston : 100.000; second over 50,000;
cy1 last night at the Habana-Madrid elite cOlorful *
JT Club by the Key West Police'' Department and was :In VU6 extreme: Bethel .(Phillips i 2f.a{ marine third, over 25,000;; fourth over
a dignified of} (
[engineer.! ftiuadrfcv, of Key. West 5,000; fifth under 5,000:
until the hours of
"*'l< wee about 200 couples who'seemed to!
I.and at present of the S. S. San Regiona'
the morning there was not one enter
wholeheartedly into the Jacin ,...n4...)4iss Esther_ May
dull moment in the
night's entertainment -_
spirit of and made
; evening 20,
George, registered _at the UNSKILLED WORK
_. ,. i i this partof the .ptiegram wv outstanding -II Hotel Claridge here, secured t
Lovers of the dance and like, item in the lengthy program to wed at'tha MunicipalBuilding alicense" I Sa5 $52 $48 $44 $40II
affairs are lavish in their praise of dances 45 42 40 35 32
and entertain-
Woodrow Wilson Alba of the widely varied forms of I ment numbers on the today. They stated they III 35 33 29 21 21
would be married this week in '
IV 30 27 25 22 191o."TERl.IEDlATE
amusement provided by the members -
Carmelina Alfonso Those who took in the olio
Ruby Albury part Suffern N.Y.
of the committee for their \ WORK
I were all Key Westers and their Mr. Phillips was born in Key I
hundreds of guests. It was one I 65 60 S5 SO15
talented exhibitions terpsichorean West, the on of E. M. and Grace
I of the most elaborate affairs ever'I II 58 54 so .u 38
and vocal lent an added touch to Bethel Phf lps. The bride-elfct.
{ given in Key West, and there was III 52 48 43 36 30
\ what was pronounced as being the the daughter of Thomas E. and
just barely room to accommodate!! IV 49 43 38 32 Z7
acme of pleasurable entertainmentand Nellie in
George, was born New
the large number. I KILLED WORK
I f fI taken in all one of the most ton, N., H.
) Attendance far exceeded the- I 85 15 70 63 551i )
delightfully arranged affairs ever
fondest I anticipatipns of the pro-I 72 66 60 S2 41
given in the city.
moters and at a late hour last I RAREiARCMNsAT 111 68 62 56II' 3't
I night efforts were still being J During the evening many of the I l\ IV G8 58 50 U 35

made 'secure tables and chairs'!' guests were outspoken in their I PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL

for those who could not be provided ) praise of the first social event: HUB STORE! WORKI

earlier in the evening with I given by the police departmentand 94 83 7769 61

( reservations and even then there! individual members of the II 79 73 66 57IS
,were many who were forced to': committee' why planned it were, In the history of The Hub j'! III 75 68 62 53: 42
taeri'haj !
nlfrr been
stand' !during the intermissions and j congratulated: n'the brilliant ptore a sale; IV ;f 6-1, 55 46 39
I h !
while the floor show was going success of both the ball and I It whtcjh i high quality: !men's wearing | Regions include the followingstates '
I Ir "1"' ;" apparel has been"sold at sueblQ'frrees j
o i. cabaret. : i'..IJ'!
I IJrattl
., Irma Allen \ Ygnacio Domingo Carbonell 2 I; -- --- ( \ Removal as are Sale prevailing now in going the I!Ichusetts.New, Connecticut.Hampshire. Maine ,Massa-:New

Frank R. Alvarez :Joseph Glenwood, Anderson" Justine Arlt Leona Yvonne Bethe;; :".. """." on This at this sale store. !!':Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania.
has been
: a great sue-I .
Ii PERSONAL MENTION Rhode Island. Vermont Illinois .t'
cesspfrom the .start which was]i Indiana. Michigan, Minnesota: ,

- -----------_--._-_-.--.--..-------------------------- about two weeks ago and continues I]I Arizona. California -
------------------------- I Ohio, Wisconsin,
until the time. As t
so up present
I.-- of Key] Mrs. Victor :Moffat who was The Huh has always carried a!|f Colorado Idaho Montana
three weeks in Miami [I Nevada. New Mexico, Oregon,
yesterday spending large stock of men's goods, there j
and registered at the' Hote 1 with relatives and friends, re- is still much t. be sold. 1 I[I Utah. Washington, Wyoming.'
Missouri Nebraska
II Iowa. Kansas
Sen nole. !, turned yesterday. Greater reductions have been j j!i -. North Dakota South Dakota -
-- made to wind the sale The-
i up
I Delaware, District of Columbia.
Mrs. Jennie Comas and daughter :Mrs! Charles S. Sherwood management has urged all of his|I I i Maryland. West Virginia.

Miss Alicia DuCrcuil arrivedyesterday prominent club woman and social customers to visit his store before i j I I in-Arkansas! Kentucky. Loui-

from Miami to spend; *. leader in Miami, left Tuesday the end of the sale and purchase I I]''siana, Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia.

few days with relatives and afternoon after a delightful visit all needed weainj apparel while I.|, IV-Alabama. Florida. Georgia.

3t' 1, s y I y friends. as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.\ the present prices prevail. j j I Mississippi North Carolina South
Haydn Illingworth.
i Carolina Tennessee.
Miss! Elizabeth Lowe; daughter To Entertain At '

of Mrs. Virgil Lowe, actuary with Walter C. Barker, chief FEUA

"r the New York City Pension:1 engineer in Florida was a brief Party Tonight i ANNOUNCEMENTVITAMIN.

Francis J. Dion I Bureau, arrived yesterday to business visitor in Key West yesterday {
Margaret, Mary FalcpnLaudclina Young People' Service League D MILKA
IF spend a vacation with her mother for a consultation with r .
Anpa Contreras Hilda Elizabeth Demeritt Henry Higgs Clarence Gates (i and the family. ( local engineers of the FERA and i i of Saint Paul's Church: will entertain .._4e4fr .
f: I( _____ a left in the afternoon for'Miami. j their friends with a party fJ especially r c i
j '
f I :: Rickets, Diabetes sad all
I j in the Parish Hall this evening
Miss Betty Parrish was ah arrival j
( J! ..
( f The league members will attend -' forms *f m_U.triti U *
Marathon to
from. Mrs.
yesterday and Quintan Starling
1 join a party of friends and,attend and son David, who were spending -1I{r the Ascension Day servicesto available .ere.
the dance and entertainment of a while in Key West with: be held this evening and afterwards Watch tl .t. coUm for far-

the Police Department at'the Ha. Mm. Starling's parents Mr. and I enjoy the party: tier &.....celJl.! ol..

bana-Madrid Club last night. Mrs. Thomas Skelton. and other] '
1'y IS 'I
her mother and
'! accompanied by ADAMS DAIRY
relatives, left Tuesday for her
wiil visit there with"
Mrs Welter Johnson daughter home in St. Petersburg, Fla. j nephew, who
I| Mr.\ and Mrs. Hunter for some PHONE 454QUTSTANDING
Miss\ Rosalie and son Walter, who -
\ I time. '
7 x >nr' were spending a vacation with Colonel George E. Brown. U. S.;
relatives in Tampa returned by Engineers at Miami Beach and aMiss
Louise who
Mary Albury.
the way of Miami yesterday. Captain E. H. Levy U. S. En-
was the guest of her grandparent,
ttal j-,, gineers from. Washington were )lr. and Mrs. Eddie Albury. Sr., VALUEof
J. L. Beanchamp. superintendent arrivals yesterday, inspected the
for several months, left yesterday'
of Coconut Grove po'toffice activities at Key West with the-
afternoon to join} .her father, Paul
activities in Miami arrived U.
tenant R. H. Krueger ,
,.' yesterday for a brief visit acting commandant at the .Albury, in ,Miami.. i j u. S. A.

... Frank Lund Evelyn Joyce Niles with friends and is registered at racks, and left.in the bar-I
I Willard Russell, of the U. S.-
Cleo Dolores Kemp Celia Martinez jack B. Pierce Edward R. Neff the Hotel,Colonial. 'I -- immigration unit in Key West!!;

... t j Luther C. Waller, representing left yesterday'afternoon for )fi-'
.... Mr. and.Irs. Alejandro Con. the Firestone Tire and Rubber i ami where he will appear before
treras arrived yesterday from Miami Company in this district was
ai i the United States grand jury to'
accompanied by 'their daughter visitor to this city Tuesday for a): testify in a ease: now pending;Thee
Miss Claribel, employe of the conference with Raymond Curry" )
:subject is in Monroe county ,JaiL 1 C
postotfice in Miami who will remain manager of Paul's Tire Shop,!}

for the graduating ceremony local Firestone dealer. jI j j'I
and address Friday after I -: .

noon at Bayview Park. I I Mrs Florence Borhas, who weal; OUR BEST WISHESto

spending a short while with her. theGRADUATES
J. B. adviser -
Flaherty legal of uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Al-

veterans work program. ; F. B. pheus Higgs, left Tuesday afternoon ] '. OF '35 Barbecue SandwichesCurb
Ghent director '
of veterans
for the bbme in Miami.
_UM keys and A.J. Little. Jr., Mkl i ?- Service
1 Borhas Wag.**..., mani f<_. .MUq ,I XPn -THE-
assistant director of veterans work J
Florence Shultz.. PLAZASANDWICH
program who were in Key West ----- j, ORIENTAL PHARMACY
for a brief visit and conference Mrs: L. L. Hunter ,
was .
among : '' SHOP
with M. E.Gilfond,administrator, 'EI Romero Prop. :
'- the:. rrivals inv Key West 1i} ut/f-I-? '. ,.
Robert Uoberts Alan Robinson J left''Tuesday afternoon. cer' )J'rot the"purpose of' h li.ing'thfirad' .- : i 503 Duval Street
: 1000 Duval! Street
Edna Isabelle l Roberts Marjorie Roberts Mary Angela Romero Helen Edith RussellIT.Jr7 WiI1i r.i' W. Demerit Jr.. stu- Merville E. Rosam.tioh of Mrs.her nephew Hunter; t

dent at Southern Dental ;
College will leave on Tuesday for Miami, -- -,--- --- -, -
Atlanta. Mrs. Demeritt and sister

Miss Mary Lightbourn, 'arrived
: this week to spend the summer
> vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Demerittat i E
the home on ,Whitehead street I GRADUATES Best Wishes to the

and Miss Mary Lightbonrn with

her mother at the home on Caroline : of 1935J.
street. II We Extend our BEST Graduates

WISHES to YouMaloney

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ESTEVEZ STUDIO Bakers of 8akerBo: ;< "
Alberto Rodriguez Shirley Velasco i :aR :. :-.e9; "

Breai4 ..
Duval I
Street '
Grace Ottilee Thompson Anna Theo \Vhitmarsh Charles Earl Smith II Merville E. Rosam, Jr. ; : _
812: Street ;" 1

J All Photographs in School '"PHONE Fleming.S18 r ,.r.1JJ.', : :;ii3fHE;: GRADUATES OF '193.5

I Annual Made By Estevez: '.1. oi ty .
------ ," ''"Have'cfur Iesf'Wishes foE a. Life Filled With




HIGH SCHOOL Key West's Oldest Funeral Home

I 24-Hour AmbulanceServiee
-,-of -

w WM. CURRY'S SONS CO. Licensed Embalmer -

I Hardware .and Building Supplies .
Lolita Valdez 135 NIGHT'696-W
Albert \YentworthAdamsViggins .. ; .
611. Front Street : 18 : :
Curtis Henderson Stanton Edward Thomas Woodson Beulah Lee Williams Marguerite Savina Valenzuela 1 :

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