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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: June 3, 1935
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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).
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VOLUME LVI. No. 132. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1935. PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Supreme Court's Decision In I NAVAL AFFAIRS FLORIDA DENTISTS SPEND TWO\ DAYS 1 Donald Richberg Chief Storm Center


GROUP PLEASEDf IN KEY-WEST: HOLDING) CONVENTION


Code Matters Causes Other WITHVEITHEREJ. F -:;,- t :In Bitter Battles Waged Around NRA

Dentals of Florida, members visiting the 'many points or'in.I

the East Coast District Dental terest; government reservations,
To Situation
Units Survey Society'brought: to 'a close yesterday art gallery aquarium'' and turtle i -

MARK WILCOX WRITES afternoon the annual meeting crawls. H: CLIENTS wESTMADE
RELIEF KEY Head Of Emergency Council
of the society which was at- There 'was not one moment
SUPERINITENDENT DEMER tended by 55 members accom- during""the stay of the dental society

Many Alphabetical Units!EXERCISES BY ITT EXPRESSING APPRECIATION panied by 25 members of their which was not scheduled for i '"lllST\ RESPOND TOPIC OF SPEECH Remains Calm Un-

families. some form of entertainment and

In "New Deal" Begin I WESLEY HOUSE OF RECEPTION GIVEN From the time of their arrival the visitors were unanimous in TOCAUSISSUED der Heavy Fire In Recent

Saturday the time spent in Key expressing their pleasure for the 1 DURINGJEETING

Taking ''Stock Of Their: Writing; from Washington un- West was one continual round of reception and entertainment furnished ActivitiesBy
HERE TONIGHTjCOMMENCEMENT der date of May 31 to W. W. De- pleasure and interesting events them.

Own Legal PositionBy mentt, superintendent of lighthouses with the exception of several They had only words of praise I ANNOUNCEMENT MADE TODAY WILLARD D. MORSE GIVES

t I Congressman J. Mark Wil- hours Saturday devoted to a business for Drs. Harry.. S. Jones Wm.P. .. '
I cox expresses the belief that the BY KEY WEST ADMIN- ADDRESS IN ATHENS PA; WILLIAM S. WHITE
PROGRAM tendered the House meeting in the Colonial! Kemp and AVmando Cobo for (By Aaaorlated Preae)

reception Hotel. I the able manner in which they ISTRATION PERTAINING TO DESCRIBES ACTIVITIES OF WASHINGTON Juno 3.--
HERBERT PLUMMER Naval Affairs Committee their
TO BE PUT ON BEGINNING on
In the evening there was handled the program and
(Dy -a.teil Pn..) I recent trip to Key West will re- Spanish banquet at the DelJ variety of entertainment thel DIRECT CASES INVOLVED LIFE: AND ITS PEOPLE Donald R. Richbu,. chief of tho.atio1
WASHINGTON. June 3.--In 8 O'CLOCK. IN AUDITORIUMOF sult beneficially to the city.
monico restaurant followed by a was thoroughly enjoyed by the emergency council and
In
his letter the
wake of the momoitous decision SCHOOL congressman cocktail hour at Hospitality Houseand men and women of the party. (
I from the Fourth District expresses at night a dance at the Country At the station yesterday after "Unless relief clients who are Key West was the topic of a head of the NRA, has been perhaps -

of the supreme court sweeping the "in some for small degree kindness my ap- Club which was one of the noon there was a large crowd assembled called to work out their direct relief talk recently made by AttorneyWillard the New Deal's foremost eon
extended -
preciation
your largest attended affairs held to bid them farewell and D. Morse at meeting of
national industrial recovery act'into Commencement exercises for the visiting delegationwhile report for work, they wlil be a o
of
there during'the'year. hope'for a speedy return. the Rotary Club of Athens, Pa. controversy.
,Wesley Community House school they were in Key West. The dropped from the work relief rolls
oblivion, other alphabetical Yesteiday'was devoted to'vari- The local dentists in charge ex- a story of which was published in : Whether'' the "supreme -rt's
will be held 8 o'clock tonight in fishing: trip was the high spot; of i
I onsforms'of'imusement- and en- 'pressed themselves as deeply entirely I M. E. Gilfond, Key the May 23 issue of the Evening
agencies of the "New Dc al.**'lave The their whole visit and did much to appreciative decision lulling NRA w-- -f
:the High School auditorium. tertainment. declared this Times
I In the morning of the courteous manner West administrator of Sayre Pa.
leave a favorable impression on
begun feverishly take'stock'of program will include the graduation I their minds. I there were a number of -visitors in which many citizens"1! 'responded morning. Readers of the article published I feet'his reported plans *>

I out at the golf links. Members of to"'requests for carrf'lor herewith, will note fair degreeof I I
of 17 kindergarten children "I believe the trip is going to 1 "In some cases work relief has a frO..oy mme.t service June 16
"
their awn legal position the local club joined in the play transporting the visitors to 'and in the descriptions of!
accuracy
l who, have completed their studies result in great good for Key West I to be supplemented by direct relief '
in and made it interesting. from the station and also in pro life and activities of the peopleand wax noI'kaows' ; Dut he .has shown
The tribunal's-'po'"tcd and whatever
high condemnation and will enter public school next is accomplished ," the administrator continued. .
I the way of benefits for the city Others were fishing, enjoying viding cars for the visits made to will also note one glaring misstatement no'disposition'to avoid trouble.In .

of "roving commission" I falLThe will be due in no small degree to rides with Key West friends orj I, points of interest. "Such cases are usually those of ancnt there being no

for the exercises which :large families or case where med- gardens. the midst of more flamingrows
the entertainment given
t. make laws ii forms of codes or program was -- -
,
i follows The flower show held before than other administra.
: them. ical emergency arises. We want to year any
otherwise, had a distinct jarring t Pantomime, "Three Kittens"Kindergarten "As adjournsI 1 11111.8d1ATAMARINA'S last at the public library attracted tion official has known he has re-
soon as congress SURVEY SALARIES do all we can for the relief clients
I Class. the attention of thousands for the .
II going to return to the dis- tained most ,art, a certain
effect in many quarters of Wash I Rhythm" Band Kindergarten trict am and expect to make a visit DAD HAS but we want and insist that they I of people who marveled at the I Bemj-philosophie: calm throughall

ington.. Legal advisers of the various Class. to Key West during the Iste sum-I PUBLIC SERVANTSSHOWN ; INCREASED INCOME work for what they get. great variety and beauty of the the heavy f'u:n:1r. althoughnever
"There is plenty of work to be West and
Dance-Kindergarten Cla.s.Group mer or early fall and I am look- flowers grown in Key hesitating to set off a detonation

recovery agencies immediately of SongsKindergartenClass. ing forward to seeing you at that t done in Key West in the rehabili- there has just been received a of his owe:

time ami hope we may have more I CRT .Ituwlatrd Prta) tation progam. So long as the beautiful loving cup as first prizeat : Labor Turnra On. Him
went into huddles. THAT ANNUAL COMPENSATION : LONDON. June 3.-The
is to
Poem-Raymond Delgado. government paying men the flower show held last season -
opportunity for a leisurely discussion Organized la bo-, to whose cause
Songs-Friendship Club. spectacular marriage of the : work we will insist on a day's at Miami\ Beach.
They are not in any immediate of many matters affectingthe : RUNS .
I! Piano Solo-Miss Katherine welfare of Key West." I Duke. of Kent and Princess I work for a day's pay. The article referred to follows he gave much a a private attorney -

danger there's only one decision Knowles.. j I I AROUND $1.709 Marina has proriJcJ a swell I "Those clients who have had direct "Mr. Morse and several other turned up" him bitterly.

day remaining in the present term j Announcements. j break for Ma- relief will be called on to workit local people spent a month on the John L. Lewis of the united mineworkers
artistically I.
Graduation Procession.: oat. If a person does not report last winter and had
: j I PLAN REHEARSAL key an opportunity
i called him "traitorto
of the court and then the nine jus-1 once a
Address-Rev. George E. Sum! (Hy Afnmrtmtrd a'reast. 1 rina's father. Prince Nicholas I for work or does not put in of observing conditionsin

tices adjourn until next October. !, mers. WASHINGTON, June 3.- of Greece. t I a good day's work, he or she will I the city."Describing. i organized labor"nd William

What is considered by officials'I Presentation of Certificates. t OF CHORAL GROUP],I. Every thousand citizens in American The prince a professionalartist be dropped from work relief all the evolution of I Green of the A. F. of L. ibstantially -

here as NRA's tardiness, however,,' Graduating Son?-Graduation; I already has won modest I together." control from 1815 when the Spanish : backed up Lewis'
Class. r cities have 9.2 public servants j j had the island Mr. Morse told
in permitting an earlier test of its fame before his pretty daughter views.
until probably toa Benediction-Rev. G. Perez. ACTIVITIES BEING SPONSORED working for tern at an average i I MANY VISITORS of the pirate stronghold Oil the Richberg who must; have been
constitutionality I
Following are the names of the of $1,709 a year the captured the heart of a inland and the rich prizes which stung to the quick in the light of

late to reform ranks before June graduates: Robert Arevalo Emilio BY KEY WEST AD- al city internation-j. .British prince, but! since the became stranded on the coral, I his )'ear&a1LJabor advocate and
i _managers as'll r -' -
1C, \\tiemtte act automatically- expires Blanco. .Daniel. Boza.. Ramiro Del- .; .MINISTRATIONThe found I,,' sappy crest his 'reputation1has I HERE ON SUNDAY shoalS attorney replied lid comparatively!
:
;, h-pTJded other "new'dealers' '! gado. Clara Gates Elio Gonzalez.: y ao.rect.-ad with it his "Three-fourths of the peopleare 'temperate language that he was
Geraldine Jaycocks Rose MariKerr The larger the: city the greater I I from Cuba and the Bahamas,'
to action in an effort to 1 first rehearsal of the choral j, income. I I not going to serve labor as such
Angel Kemp ;t>lia Candle| the proportion of employes, says Mr. Morse uid'They speak Spanish -
under the ,
the generally
organized but public welfare
their being
whatever in own
close :gaps group Led Duchess MEMBERS OF DENTISTS AS-
Lowe Estel Mal tillJ;, Petrora'Pereira : sponsorship of the Key West Ad-, the association, and the higher the I bjr Marina new and are a genial, friendly.peo I and he added: "If a refusal to

organizations&; the NP.A decision I Olga P reL. ila'nolo }'a'ld.l j ministration will be held at 81',! overage salary.Firehien of Kent and Queen Mary, SOCIATION INCLUDED ple.* lie told of the manner of I yield to such a demand he treason

exposed. I'I Gloria Roche. Gilbert Torres!iI o'clock Wednesday night George'i and policemen earn the elite of London flocked to reaching Key West by motor, over let those who charge it make

AAA Fares Well In Courts I Claudio Vald-x j Mills White director of the music,I higher average pay than the average I a recent private showing .f IN NUMBER I II bridges and ferry boats and of the the most of it." '

Speculation here centers chiefly j section, announced this morning.The Prince Nicholas work at .. overseas bridge which is. planned tint the molt spectacular of all
,
civic in
[ !I II rehearsal will be held in the employe. Firemen as a federal project the
around the "New Deal's" other; PLAN FORMATION the controversies involving so-
i Old Bend Street gallery His
Etudio at 414 Simonton street. l cities of more than 30,000 population J I Key West streets presents 1 a, "Sponge fishing: as an industrywas called "assistant president" came

major recovery agency-the agricultural 'I All members of the cast of the were found to earn an 1, paintings priced from $50 to lively appearance yesterday after described, as were several with his old chief. General Hugh

adjustment I DRAMATIC GROUP last' $%50. enjoyed grand sale. noon due to the presence of the other activities including the
adminislra-I "Pirates of Penzance, staged !I average cf $2.321 in 1932; and a !' Johnson. Johnson bad prepared
tion. It resulted in February are requested to attend : East: Coast! District Dental Society cigar industry pineapple canning, I toward the close of last year a
well others policemen $2,299. I 1'III.IIT.I.I'.I i i and 178 excursionists arrived turtle industry, and other trades, I
of Secretary Wallace: and congressional I the rehearsal ai as I I series of magazine articles in
choral yesterday from Miami and other', which ,have flourished in the past.
WestPlavers who have joined the group which Richberg figured prominent.
leaders to rev.rite completely Organization of the Key
being I Music for male choruses female I I JOE ALLEN RISES points. "Mentioning\ ,that 10,000 population ly but not flatteringly. The ex-
]
the AAA amendments to con- dramatics group THOMPSON PARTY
mixed arrived Since the beginning of the excursions left the city! in one year,
West Administration choruses and groups cavalryman as it turned out, has
I the -
lotus to the ruling. sponsored by Key i, Mr. White said. With, several months ago there) Mr. Morse aid that today 80 percent -
Thus far, AAA officials have I will take place Tuesday Saturday, TO NEW POSITION when the of the inhabitants re- said among other things that ha
themselves night starting at 8 o'clock A. the music here it will be possible GOES ON CRUISENorberg has been no Sunday are on had raised Richberg from' comparative .
had cause: to congratulate : immediately number of arrivals has fallen be-, lief rolls.
to start -
on the way they have faredin i I E. Usher director of the department for the definite group work. Snice many! I,I low the 100 mark, and on **'The island is four miles wide. obscurity that Richberg..
on ambitious and--in
the court No decision by any;: announced this'morning. I her of occasions the and seven miles long: Mr. Morse\ was politically
West togetherin : I
in Key sang Joe Allen advertising
interested in little singers manager J effect-that Richberg had Item
circuit court of appeals nor by i I All persons I Thompson railed Saturday -!I arrivals has topped 400. anum-I raid, 'and no place on the inland
invited to meet the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta of The Citizen has been formally disloyal to him as NRA admim.i-
the supreme court have involved! theater work are i afternoon for cruise of feet above the
the choral organization already a Of those arriving ) is over seven sea.
the constitutionality of any sec-:I with Mr. Fisher. The work of is dra-to .has a nucleus for the work.i appointed assistant business man I'I'I I several days on his palatial yacht: there are a number who stayed I They have no gardens because 'I trator.DisagreedWith.

tion of agriculurul. adjustmentact. ,."extend through all including phases the iI I I ager. Marisa to visit points the I over and will return this aCt there( is no soil, only hard coal NRA Board
yn
m&lics activities
Mr\ Allen has been connectedwith : r-1 rock. There are no sewers., refuse The nan Johnson sardonically
The- constitutionality"'of" -Ihej li I,handling of properties, acting INAUGURATE DRIVE :I :! keys.Leaving. t .i being carried out to sea on called"Donald" threatened to sue

Jones-Co..tijran: act'' establishing:, study of the drama and business TO COMBAT CRIME. this; )raper for the past JO.I I as guests of Mr.Thompson I I i GuT a barge daily. tho magazine! if anything the general -
I
upar quotas) has been! shi.wctlin ,I inanagement. I )carS: For three years he was a :! were Wnu.R. Porter, president I TENDERRETURNS I The houses have no chimney had written wa deemed

the District of Columbia sii"<: t lay A..etated' Prr..; I,, newsboy;then office boy promoted :! of the First National Bank' ,and: because they have no heating;: libelous Johnson was quick to

('rente court. In a 0 Massachusetts: RALPH GUITO IS t ,LONDON June 3.-Alarmed by'' to: advertising manager: and,now :i his 'son-in-law, Wallace 'B. Kirk. : HERE I II stores. Artificial gas is used for!i charge Richberg with using hui

lower court the constitutionality'of inarked' increase in the numberof .aiuriies 'the duties of assistant 1 t 'ij "' cooking The climate is sexy even f official position in an attempt to

the processing tax section i of :i having difference of only 12 1-2,. the articles and to that
of violence within ; a censor say
crimes al business i "tunJ
the act has 1eld. GIVEN HEARINGRalph msnager. 1 MUNITIONS OUTPUT I : :
been u ) '' r year England is taking drastic)| degrees between summer and winter I it was only a manifestation of the

The only scriois setback sus- I Ise.f'n i measure! to weed out all manner) j; UNDER CONTROL OF Lighthouse Tender Ivy : averages. "ants of confidence in his (Rid1I -
Tor-
tained by the government was in | the vicious submachine OLD TOMBSTONES ; ed Saturday evening from ** 'The maximum temperature is I I berg's) pants."

decisions involving the ,I Gaito was given a hear-! of firearms gun from to the comparativelyinnocent BEING SCARRED :i EXPERTS OF ARMY togas where Superintendent' Wj W.t about 93 degrees and the lowest I I On at least one occasion ho wa
to inspect
validity of milk licenses on the Demeritt went recorded in 60 is 41 degrees.
in the court of years reported in frank disagreement
ing this morninz sporting shotgun.
of i
question of interstate commerce Justice of the Peace Rogelio Every person in England possessing t (By A>._ .... Press) i I i lighthouse and other property Last year the lowest temperature!I with NRA administrative board
In': PARIS, June 3,France has, the department. I *
which decided last f
were year. Gomez on a charge of assault and a weapon of any description : CHARLESTON. S. C., June 3.ilolger .-! reached was 52 degrees. I members in connection with code
each of these the lower federal : created a new corps in her armya Accompanying the superintendent "Mr. Morse described
cases i, Cecil deep sea the federal tradecommission
of matters, again,
the has'been 'I' i ;
battery on person -even a war trophy- Cahill of the Museum of I Demeritt. their, .
courts hell taut the -;{ to liuper.1 were Mrs. told of the varioustypes
government and
of fishing
t tI i group experts and Riehberg failed to
CateX the
the ordered to report it to ,: Modern Art New York is alarmed : son and daughter-in-law Mr. and "
had no'right to these regulate +!:I, Evidence educed at the hearing, police. Sanction to keep them, iSj] I vise the manufacture ,of arrnaI Mrs. W. W. Demeritt, Jr.. and I'' of fish obtainable. I.I see eye to eye in the matter of
involved in : cases. destruction
dairies of at the vandals are
matter ] the FTC far
':indicated that the was i given in instances but I ments. monopoly going so
some thou-j Mrs. Al Moore.
In three of these cases apieals'have such a nature as to be brought]; and rifles have : doing in Charleston's historic I I daughter !1 as to speak of a "steady trend to
: sands DIESSATURDAY
of who AGUIAR
been taken to the circuit ; tribunal and the; pistols I i In its recent session the chamber Miss Ruth Albary, accompanied A. I ward "
before a higher I graveyards. monopoly.
been taken ; I the the trip remained -
party on
up. 1
court of ap;>ea1s. I accused! was bound over for hear-j i i he .! of deputies voted to give 30 Too Richberg was not without
Threat Seen II I So thorough is the campaign,I Visiting here expressed con- for a visit with her brother -
Milk License court's ,I ing at the next term of criminal 1 that auctions of arms have been'I|,cern after seeing sightseers scratch: trained army chemists and industrial Andrew Albury. keeper of NIGHTFUNERAL I his highly vocal congressional
the i
In view NRA of it supreme is important to :: court. Bond was fixed at $100. j t forbidden. j 1 j I I their names on tombstones dating experts supervision of thenation's Tortugas light, and Mrs. Albury.S.S.CUBACARRIES. critics Senator Nye and others
ruling on '!!i I t having made gloomy observation
Under existing law the ordinary back to the seventeenth century munitions.
there ,
held
keep was no in mind interstate that it was commerce in ; REV. JAMES DAY 1I 1 1i shotgun is excluded from all re- tnry. J' They are stationed 18 factories -' SERVICES WERE i from of the tine business to time"little on the fellow.subject"

!, trictions, but legislation is, pending -
!
fluid milk. where cheUs caanon, YESTERDAY
fUlle1 CONDUCTED
In its unanimous decision on !i i NOW IMPROVING : to bring it within learned the fold., BEER TIDE'' IRKS I rifles,. tanks gases; and all the 'I PASSENGERS !
NRA the court decreed flatly that! i British criminals have ,jail 105 AFTERNOON HOSPITALITY{) UNIT
GERMAN BREWERS o\fe4''warfare\
must specify standards j I about what a shotgun wiUJ; 1 do instruments bf
congress ; I
list objectives and provide a defiinite !I I I when its long barrel is sawed off.'; f are being.marjufactured hy 45,000 I" I
AM.etaN'1're.. TO MEET TONIGHTMembers
range: of action. :I I[ An announcement which is 1 I CRT ) \!workers. I Steamship Cuba sailed Saturday) Andre Ajruiar, 63, died 7:30
BERLIN
court equally insistent !; gratifying to members of the First i i RAILWAY TRAVEL June 3.-German in the home
But. the was ; I II !! In time of war the experts are afternoon for Havana with 95 o'clock Saturday night
that even when. congress|,; Baptist church and his many j brewers express great concern over" I first class nine second at 1111 Watson street. Funeral
ha done that delegation of:i friends was made last week by,I I i SAFEST IN EGYPT Japanese inroads into export bier to be the skeleton of a staff I, class three passengers automobiles six tons services were held yesterday aft-I of the Key West Hospitality

authority cannot apply to tho'e'':' the family concerning Rev. James I I I'markets which the Germans long 'controlling the factories. About of freight and 306 sacks of maiL ) ernoon 5 o'clock from the residence League are reminded that

engaged in intra-state industry.:;| S. Day pastor of the church who lay As.aetated Preas) dominated. II 180,000 workers would be em-! Ferry Palma arrived from Cuba Rer. G. Peres, of the Cuban there will be a meeting of the unit

Which was defined as any not "di:: is showing signs of recovering I CAIRO. Egypt. June 3.-Rail-I Germany exported 24,842,400gallons in factories tfien. i with 21 carloads of pineapples, Methodist church officiating. in Hospitality House at 8 o'clock

rectly" affecting the current or, from his illness. !''way travel was lowest, personal j ji ; of beer in 1931 and 4- 1 ployed Mare Rucart arms a member of the 10.569 crates., and four miscellaneous .) Lopez Funeral Home was in this evening. '

How of interstate commerce.;!i j Rev. Day left several weeks ago i I fights highest and scorpion stings I: 567.200 in 1934''compared to Japan's -; of deputies' commission; can.Freighter. charge of arrangement Besides other matters of interest .
I chamber
Moreover the court specifically for Washington to undergo treat f near the top of causes for Egyptian -! 792,000 in 1913 and an estimated of armaments f Pecos of the Clyde- The deceased is survived by his there will be an address by

included: mining, agriculture and ,. ment at the U. S. Naval hospital .[ easualities in 1934. ; 7,000,000 last year. on the manufacture the next step would Mallory" Lines is due to arrive I widow. Mrs. Teresa Agniar* one M. E. Gflfond Key West FDA

manufacture which some thinly!''for! chronic bronchitis. Since his Only five persons were treatedfor The Japanese product it is, predicted that cabinet f this evening from Galveston en daughter Mrs. Enrique Aguilar; administrator on the subject of
:' arrival at the institution he has' railway injuries while 10-I Said tan be sold at prices that be the creation of a new II and three accomplishments and future
may constitute a threat to the. of minister of armaments -I route to Charleston_ and New one son. Fausto Agniar past
and scarcely for bottling the Ger- job-the post
validity of milk licenses under i i shown signs of steady improve 643 suffered from quarrels pay I York grandchildren. programs of the league.
AAA. i ment. i 7,642 from scorpion stings. Than brew.


.. ,\ GOOD WELL-AGED. BREW AFTER THE FIRST BOTTLE.: ITS HEALTHFUL, :MELLOW AND RICH. FACA 22RBB80

YOU'LL AGREE THAT WAGNER'S BEER is ;::,'".' "
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-- .QZbe :7c mrSiPubU.II..t THE PRESS AND-PUBLIC- OFFICERS UNUS1AL FACTS REVEALEDj= j !I IYYS [P TODAY'S" WEA'THER 1|!11RS0 MENNER, ILL,


Pan except Sandal< By Thomas Jefferson roundly denouncedby "\t, ,17J% :!'J Ptr i
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Tilt" CJTIS5K rCBLISlllHQ CO INC.U PENS SHORT POEMI
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r.ARTMAN. FmMcBi. many of the editors of his day had to I
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JOB -AAI.F.V. AaaUtMt. *** In. Tempcratvm I'over north portion weather -
; generally
ItM CtUxva fcuUdlac/ I bestir himself and his friends to inauguratea -. ,
Corner ia Green avad AID Street which would his e I Highest .... __.........._..._......:........89 I fair tonight and Tue day. I Confined to her home for theI
newspaper support Lowest _. 77 Fast Gulf
: Moderate to fresh broken

..!, Dally Newipaper County.In Key W.*% sad Hear* policies.of the He was a and firm repeatedly believer in the ., I Mean I Mean. .:.:::.::.:..... .:::::::;::.:::..::.811 83Normal I I I southeast" and south winds i I(: had past tibia.the'ix Mrs:hours weeks. Hebe of with suffering V Menner a solacej has-

em-
power press
entered at Key Weit. Florid. ai e 0n4 ela.. Iaalt.rFIFTYalITH R.t.I.UYesterday' i WEATHER CONDITIONSA I j| by the nearness to her window of
I phasized his belief in the value of the freedom Australian pines. whose beautyand
YlUa Precipitation T. Ins.i the foll ..
fragrance inspired
"..M. .( t.. Ar..elated rr- of the press. K/0M90 Normal Precipitation ." .10 Ins.I. trough of low pressure ex-I I mg lines:
.1 Auoela'ed/ Freer. !. .xclu-r ely eotlUed to ... -TNI. r rr4 cowr 34-...r prr!**
-.r j republlcatloa of all new diipatches credited I* Public officials in many parts of the CROMWFLL.r, > .....1..... at M .'.--" Ik to imunimf.j5 : tends this morning from the AUSTRALIAN PINES
It or cwt Mirrwlw credited la this paper and all COLUMBIA STAH.MXt Mississippi Valley and Lake region -?|f At early da MI their waving
United States today doi not with Jef- \ Tamorrow'a Almanactun
the local newt published here.a agree C ASA SOD* ,IEQKF crest
__ : southward to the Rio Grande I II 'I
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ferson. They believe that their acts are wHti snr0ywGAsi:us.SPENT rises nu. 00' 6:38 a. m. Like royal banners, flung] ,
NATIONALEDITORIAL) ) ) $, nszz MINUTE mime S 7UrESEVERY&=' .* $lip lets '''0000 w___...____ 714 p. m. I Valley with disturbances: over the proclaim the day;

;",;! u ASSOCIATION. sacrosanct. They credit themselves with y ,j \ MS f ATZOStOV PAPER AfAfMVfj Jfy7' iloon 'uses uu_ hh.... 829a. m. I Lake Superior region, Duluth, The birds en route to northern
S (
i
C/y 1935 in 1 Moon sets un_ _....lhml0:16 p. m. Minn.. 29.60 Inches, and Texas, rendezvous.
mistake
infallibility, or case of they r L
.. >*. --* Tomrr..'. Tide I Brownsville and Abilene, 29.84 Kvirg. gaily: chattering as if
HATES
CMhCHIPTIO
..... ''Fr ._.__ _.._._ ,..... would\ deny the expression of criticism. / 0' ;'l Ylf.JW r L.f* ('i. A.M. P.M. : inches. Pressure continues moder- they fain would stay

Ala Month .-.- :':.-:::':::_-.. 6.01Three"Moata. 21/ There are some reprehensible news- of *' 4rt High ____h 00 00"___"11:25 ately high over the Atlantic and

Jne ATeckly)AODlb' ....ItAnY"RTlSlltO paper editors in the country but not many. Low u ._ __.000.' .4.32 6 22 I East Gulf States, Hatteras, N. c.,I'jTo; fatten on the pine conesbrown
Barometer 8 a. m. today:
RATE Most of them are honest men, believing in t 8I E SEWARD :>a level, 30.06.WEATHER 30.16 int'hell. and a high pressure(i That powder all the smallest
Mad known on appl(catlou the honored traditions of a free press but NAS A NFAD STAQT area \\ moving into the central i twigs with bronze,

-Ml adiutf. notice fcffeCIAL, card NOTICE of thank reaolottoa efiM.t. reluctant to antagonize the elected officials WITH HER FANTlXLOItc FORECASTTill I Plains States, Dodge City Kans.,i,1 As.! breakfasting they gossip! oC
N+AGI fiE NASSEVEN ;: I the northern r'Mit.!
30
: obituary notice. ctc. will b charffe4 tor at 12 inches. Showers and thun-
'-.c r- l.. of ;* crntu a line. unless compelled by the overwhelming i3ROT1/ERS AND S/STERs! ( 8 p. m., Tuesday) ; While seekiflg! safety muKt
tio'ir'a fnr entertainment by chnrche from which derstorms have occurred duringthe the fronds.At .
demand of conscience. swaying
t Tvvena* i I. to be derived are f cent a Una : { Key West and Vicinity Partly
last :24! hours from the central
.
The Chives < an ep n forum and Invite dlacosT.
cf iikblic laeue and ublect of local or ges.rat The average citizen of Key West WAh cE ro, cloudy tonight and Tuesday; gen- Plain States end northern Texas 1 noon the air i is hen)' with th4
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*". bat It'will not pcbluh noayTOon communtathaa probably does not realize how soon the af- RAISES POULTRY AND FEEDS MS ZOO eastward over northwestern Flor-I scent

fairs of this county this state and nation CHICKZNS DUCKS TlteKEYS) AMD GEESE.ZVEKYIXXW& i ida, Georgia and South Carolina,1 Of aromatic perfumes from
KX UESETSCUrftX rVZSTVPJO' and in the southern Lake region, t j their long,' green hair.
would into the I
get of
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN permanent power a Ohio Valley and Tennessee with : Which proudly they stand drying
small group of selfish men unless the press heavy rainfall at Little Rock, Ark.,!I I in the sun,

was active in disseminating news, and ]l'hor will be given in honor efUis and Charleston. S. c., where 1.34 While golden/: butterflies flit

WILL ways seek the truth and print i; when necessary uncovering official miscon- KEY WEST IN :; i; ; Florence] Mackie. I \ i overspread inches felL the Cooler Plains weather State and has I I .suavely nere and there.

without fear and without favor; never be '
duct and crookedness. d Mississippi Valley and temperatures -! And when the .unset:! comes!, night:
afraid to attacj jwrong or to applaud right;' Naturally, when a politician is criti- DAYS GONE BY ,!! bride-to-be)Iias Janice of the Hteis month!, an attractive was the I I hate risen somewhat; falls,

always fight for progress; never be the or- l.- I throughout most sections east of The breeze dies down into i
cized, he dislikes the editor and the news- Happening Here Jiut 10 Year: inspiration for the linen showerj ,N the Mississippi Valley.G. t
gan or the monthpjecftgofiny person, clique, Ago Today A* Taken From i j, even by her a. nt. Mr .':Louis T. Partly Cloudy I t; whispering sigh
'
Unless the journal has the goodson S. KENNEDY. their faMe plumes tc ,
paper. They rear
$
The File Of The Citiseo'Extensive I vagaSEa and cousin, Mr*George; ,
faction claqaJW'ay.)1o its utmost for the
or tie to moderate east and south- Official in Charge.As brush
him he into court often JT.I '
goes very as- I Lucas, at ''the- home of"llr.
public welfare :'.. t8iPtblerateorruption: The star d-t frem the velvet
; or east winds. t
other I Lucas. 1301 Flajrler avenue, 'Tues
sisted and abetted by politicians who :
soils .
injustice; denounce vice and praise virtue; and elaborate plansare day afternoon. Prizes were won Florida: Party! cloudy, probably some blow more readily i Iky.i
help run the ring that is always threatening than others, the federal
being made by the Key West government
(by Mrs. D. A. DaPuis. Miss Eliza bowers in north i
tonight
commend done individual portion
good by or organ Chamber of Commerce for the recommends using easily- Three pieces of continental cuts
to assume full control of popular gov- Uoiroto. Mrs.\ GoJfrev Thompson I II ;
ization; tolerant of others' rights, views and entertainment of 250 members of and Mrs. Clifford Hicks, and Tuesday. blown soils for'pasture and sod rency one issued in 177B, the
opinions; print only news that will ,elevate ernment, with an eye on the possible the American Association of En-I I II Jacksonville to Florida Straits: crops to hold them down. others in 1779 are owned by Mrst

gineers who will be guests of the Moderate east winds over south George W. Rollins of Forest City,
and not contaminate the reader; never com swag.Of I i The local order of Elks plan to portion and moderate south winds Subscribe to The Citizen. N. C.
course The Citizen does not, in its Island City for half a day on j hold I
'I more elaborate exercises on
I
promise with: principle.SIDELIGHTS. June 8. The engineers are now in'
political criticisms, venture upon the personal Flag Pay June 14. than has been ---
convention at Orlando.! They will ,
lives of in public life. That is the custom heretofore. The ceremonies C -
I men go by automobile to Tampa and
will be held in Bayview
their business unless it gets into the courts. from there come bv steamer. tot
Park, and the date falls Sunday
I I as on -
Ii i With their public acts however the case is Key West. They will remain until:i!r it is expected there will be a he jtodu'inkee1' I
afternoon when they will entrain
entirely different, and the press is duty for Mjami and other places along i'I,. large crowd present.! There will be jofft by
,; a musical program and instructionI
bound to inform its people and to represent the east coast. The committee will:]I I on the flag.Editorial. ACCEPTING IMITATIONS
By MARCY B. DARNALL their interests until a decision can be had entertain the visitors at breakfast j
and will provide each with box j I
Former Editor of Th. Key West Cttitea either in the courts or at the polls. lunch to be while a the Comment: : The fonrIrggcd r0 ->. To tat the AnpfUl Davie 100% Pore Paint
enjoyed on + KG SUn to X
MADE IN BALTIMORE
:' I }boy who was born 13 BolI mm rIook
train. .I i I gnus i recently will need all four for | Davis 10% Pate Punt 1us often Wen mat
It is said that an ancient law on the OLD AGE SECURITY NECESSARY uac.Anr imitated.bat never d.picated.
i of them dodging automobiles if fKi S At /
statute books of Virginia permits a man to I he comes to Key West. 1 Ka,ai IxUjei/ Davy 100% Pare Paint can&nw with r..r.ar
Miss Amanda Packwood and all pure paint Laws and M the only paint S I
cure:: and abuse his wife either at home or Insurance for have boSSiSPAINT
companies years Mi&. Cornelia Boll were passengers that carries a guarantee of parity.faok M
elsewhere, if he speaks in a low voice. In been pointing out that four men out of : leaving on the Steamship; Alii Is! in readiness for the.work .. II
of concrete in the forms for
ruch: cases it might be suggested that the Governor d>bb last night for, pouring ., this Guarantee on the Label- +. i.Z
five of C5 dependent ?
the +
reaching theage years are recently completed) as part of i aMr IJ
Tampa ,and from:, there go tql:f We have raw.wiehagoilier ra-sMsa.twserw sa.ao 5I is.en. _
lower the voice the better for friend "hus from construction of the Hotel Ln Con- I
cha'nty
upon either his relatives Charlotte N. C., where'Mlasi 'AH .vr andvcM sr. .rd. ar ..aa B hi ae 5..4 aaU ikraifli Drek-.wr.
1 I ha at Duval and Fleming atreets.As .
band law or no law. or the public. Packwood will become the bride i soon ni thu phase!'! of the workh THERRlUVlSCa *< *w* IB'P BALTIMOREMU

The fact is not new but the effort to of E. A10, who was formerly; well under way progress .n this
stationed in Key Wet and attached -, new and modern hostelry will begin G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets J J
secure some form of security for persons, to the '
Modern girls are reputed to be quite long distance ; to take form and progress: will

adventurous and a new organization of men and women reaching this age has phone company offices. Miss tee-I be rapid it was said today by -- .-
school been reached a promising stage. We are unqualifiedly will remain until after the those in charge of the project. .
high girls reported to hare ding and then return to 't"'I.I'I.llTII.I'I.I'

formed in Paterson N. J., seems to bear behind the proposal that citi- We,t. I The funeral .55......................5..15.......................... .......5....1I :
of Adolph MJ '
out the idea. It is called the zens of this country who have given their
"RunawayClub guson, who died here
said to "the best, deserve a better prospect than a one night was held yesterday Fer-I' i
promote thrilling experience A force of men is now c.>mPloy-1
of leaving home." to five hot for a pleasant old age at least!'! ed in making repairs to noon from the Lopez Sea chapel Catholic to I JUNE SPECIALS I
Mary's Star of the
so far as the necessities of life are con- of the immense warehouse of theMal'ory .
church. The deceased was well
Line at the yard; here'I' .
!known in Key West and leaves a :
Mrs. Dionne of Canada mother of the cerned.Of course there are, in every community made Other to improvements the structure.Mrs. are. to be host of friends who arc etceet'ing1 : : .

world famous quintuplets; has nothing on individuals who deserve to be beggars I 1 grieved over his demise. : i.

a mpther goat owned by Dominick Fra- when they reach sixty-five. In fact DECORATIVE ENAMEL '
Ira'B, Michael and Duke university founded at
sere, a farmer of Geneva N. Y., which recently they are beggars all along the road of :\bmie Deason wi1! be (lfrs.1 Durham. N. C., in 1924 on a $40-I .

gave birth to five healthy kids. The life. It is impossible, however, for us to a miscellaneous shower next 000.000 endowment left by the Lavender.. 1edium Gray--Sky Blue-Yellow
day at tae Deason late James B. Duke, now has an
pre di i;patch announcing the event assures concur in the belief that eighty per cent home of Mrs. ,i' .
; t FoUhard and Ashe streets. The enrollment of 3.215.STEAMSHIP i
: us that it isn't kidding, of all Americans are so worthless and so 1 FOR FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATIONAT :
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lazy, or such fools that, at sixty-five they
.-. 1 / REGULAR PRICE :
Ben Hur of Washington D. C., like deserve to be dependent upon others for '
Co. 1
his: namesake of Lew Walface's *"famon9 ':the, Qm.Tr2n'! necessities: of life. {Ji p & 0 !>>-I'1 \ : Regular_Price Sale Price i iT

The sober fact i3 that the'av UNITED STATES FAST, .: ''t\ .L .. S '
.
driver !rhge : .
)
novel, i is an expert having passeda -: .!; ,, H !- .f.. ....) ; .
civil service examination to prive his pro- American faces the poorhouse if he is unlucky
ficiency. But the modern Ben Hur will enough to live to be sixty-five years ." PORT. TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST"IN'DIE" $-' I ;
Effective Mrch ,
of hard he she has 18th. 193S i PINTS .. ._. _.80 : .
how <
not drive a chariot. He has been assigned old. Regardless or Leave Key Wet for Havaha Wednesdays and :Saturdays) !, .' -- ---- ,'

to duty as pilot of a government truck. worked the figures show that is the fate I20 1'. M.Leavr I : :

ahead of four fifths of our population. Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays Mondays : QUARTS .._.__"__.____ $1.35 68c :
Leave Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and -
Whether the charity comes from relatives G.30' 1% M.ticl'ta. :
Twenty-one years ago Bernard Coe PRICES EFFECTIVE WHILE PRESENT STOCK LASTS :
or from the public is beside the point so Rcaerrationa and Information at Ticket Office on tia .
was judge of a "queen of beauty" contestin Deck. '!>>Lo.. 71 :
far as the recipient is concerned. :
Maryland, and :hortly: afterward married J. COSTAR, ,...*....

the "queen." Since then she has ANOTHER STRATOSPHERE ASCENT .. SPRINKLING CANS
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borne him 20 children 15 of whom are -

living two married, and she is'a grandmother r : (Galvanized) :
Soon the nation will thrill to the effort -
at 38. The Goes )live on a farm i
of two Army airmen, who will take off Your VacationIf

near Priest's! Bridge.- Md ._. from their camp in the Black Hills of 8 QUART ...."... ......_..:.-.---_._.._ | DC ::

South Dakota for a flight into the stratos- you are going to summer school, or planning -

The progress of civilization in the U. phere. a motor trip, or any journey you will feel QUART _____ .. OU' '_'?'_. __ 85c ;

S. A. during recent years is briefly,recorded Captains Stevens and Anderson in safer anbt'jmore! at ease if you are'Vure. ,that_ the

:a follows: Mah\ Jong; Fyle's transcon- the huge balloon, measuring 192 feet, in funds you_ carry are protected. Le((3ti! > felfct you

tinental bunion derby; marathon dancing; diameter and 316 feet from top to the t in procuring? this protection I by .converting' '"; your : "KILLS-IT" INSECT SPRAY

Tom Thumb golf; tree sitting; bathtubgin bottom of the gondola, will atteraptfto secure : travel funds. into-- .1..1., ., _,N I

; jigsaw puzzles; ;yo-yo; bridge, auto scientific data and photographs that -* a IIIII :"iM
I .. AMERICAN :TRAVELERS. .. : mrlt 15c
lion and contract: ; hog-calling contests; will aid in solving some of the problemsthat CHEQUES t. f _.__... --S.-

dime and dollar chain letters. baffle man's mastery of his
ment. IF THESE checks are lost or stolen (un- 4-5.QUART ...- _...........-....._.._.... 20c
Some time ago Charles Over Jr., a Every reader of The Citizen remembers countersigned), the amount involved is refundedto :

wealthy young business man glanced the suspense that attended the spectacular you. In spending them all that is necessary is ..
ford au to sign them a second time in the presenceof .
through the pages of a film' magazine: effort last year when the huge '

while ill in a California hospital. The face I hydrogen filled balloon ripped and fears the one accepting them. i I South Florida Contracting & Engineering Co.

of Iris Adrian, a beautiful red-head of the I for the safety of the airmen gripped all -FOR SALE BYThe -- j'

screen, attracted him, and when he hearts. This year, using helium, with a 1 Phccc 59S WfcUe and Eliza Streets :

covered he sought an introduction. re-I bigger gondola and better arrangementson First National> Bank of Key West J : .1 "Your home is worthy of the best" :

to their in th' the the airmen ought to have .
plan spend honeymoon' < ground .....................................................................:
Orient. J better success. They deserve it.

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I i.i.ENEMfS> Ifff._. KISS 1 1Hf'i. I LEAGUE AMERICAN STANDINGS LEAGUE !!,,: .c ;;ijid..C; o ; I IFOR



Club ? ..-_---------.-.-.--.---.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--- ......-..-............-....
i SPORTSBOSTON W. L. U.j

any W..,.", ..&a... Kd from s dotrted
gwaes AOWM. and brought architect called Gay' Westurn lathe Chicago .....Oo.U.U_..__ 22 15 .5951!
r her Inch pr..tip rtllovtd drefker whole book! 1 BICYCLES-WE KENT the!
( er e by PIANO TUNER Laureano Mo-
tmtty Cleveland ............22 16 ,5791 Repair!
4 :.c-"c'r.: : Hour Day or Week. '
myattry ./ lit aIeerwud reno Excellent piano for sale
bf tfce .yfrenee.. of Detroit:1 18 .538 all makes and paint them with; Division
tvtrt end or a dork woman who was after dinner that night that i Boston __.h.._........_._. 20 19 .513! NuEnameLWe full cheap. 1018 street.
IT carry a
nportntondt Left work and tndttomothino m23-lmo:
*ory seeN b ke "tlar > Alison summoned up; enough __ -_ .._ Washington! .,----_.. 17 22 .436 i supply of parts. Agent for the.(
dliMm' father to Lo,r4Red| to courage to. ask about her father Philadelphia ____...__ 15 22 .405 I !
tnoto that tin hat received utepram e.ee..eeeeee.ee.e..eee.e..eee.e.ee.ee.eeeeee.e> .t Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles
otlntiblv from Mm itrert- nance. TRIUMPHS 1 St. Louis!! ................ 10 26 .278' And sell them as low as $S.OG.], FOR SALE
ie, ker to (*. *OKM.. no Lea tent I I
.. flic* telegram. "Tell me more about her. Whsfa FOLLOWING THROUGH:' down and $1.00 per week. We ;i
she like? Where did yon meet her. II NATIONAL LEAGUE ; Buy and Sell all makes of used j! PERSONAL CAEDS-100 printed

How did! It all happen?" OVER NEW YORK INSHUTOUTCONTEST I (By JOVE) ] Club- W. L. Pct. !i Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R. ; cards, $1.25. The Altaian

Chapter 13 Robert sitting contentedly In his _ -.- - -.-- -.-- -- -- -.-- -- -- ----_ New York ..._".,hUOo 26 10 .722] Stowers company 515 Duvalj Press. aUl1
i'v V m W W w wm w. 1
ABOUT DAPHNE big chair a bright Ore burning his 1 VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVIsee -----------I' St. Louis ..__.......... 24 15 .615 street. apr9-tf|,

DO.XT know what I shonld've cigar alight and his daughter I where they have released Morley and Lowkis, who played'the !' Pitt=burgh .....__..... 24 19 .558',, MIMEOGKAPR PAPER. 10IJ

| perched on the arm of the chair felt I, Philip Baker from Sanford. He outfield did a good job of it. Chicago _-..._.....,u... 18 17 .514 i s FURNISHED APARTMENT electric sheets $1.25. The Artman

done without Mr.Westnrn, said cheerfully at'peace with the whole j played but four It is a -----j Babel I' Brooklyn ....---_.....u 20 19 .513 \ Press, Citizen Building
games. ice box. Archie
Alison BOSTON CLUB RELEASES BIG ji At bat the leader Thompson jun27tf
sweetly.Robert world. He smiled merrily at Alison. was Cincinnati _._._ 16 21 .432]
i well 1001 Phone 879-J. '!
shame because Cheta played Eaton street.
with three hits two good ;:
Red took hlstne. "I old' Erwin ,
expect you thought me an PLANNED' Philadelphia 13 23 .361
fool didn't ?" he guessed. "Bar BAMBINO WHO in his first two contests but in his for doubles. Harrison with three : --.- ma j-24-1 max i iI OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-Two
Tm extremely grateful to htm. you I Boston .._....?! 10 27 .270 I f I
be remarked. you won't when you'... met her." TO' RETIRE; CARDS DOWN : last game ,he went down. Some- singles; Lowkis with a triple and ;: i bundles for 5c. The Citizen Office -

"I don't know what else I could "Yes. I hat what's she like?" Alison' i thing is wrong and if he can a single; Morley[ with two singles, !I GAMES TODAY I MALE HELP WANTED ] oct
CHICAGO CUBS J
also
hart done afro said Gay modestly, Insisted. "Ton know father darling. remedy whatever it is, he still can were outstanding. j jI | j

facing the two honest eyes which you're not good at description! You> I I make the grade. I hope that he ,1 i LOCAL COFFEE ROUTE paying
him havent even told me whether she Ir hope we will be able to go up AMERICAN LEAGUE :I week. Auto given
were summing up. .AD.a). It 1 f j up to $60 a J 1
was a pleasure. dark or lair!" fSorrlat I. The PHIceoJ I will come to his senses and play there once more. Those Veterans!: Cleveland at St. Louis. !!! producer. Write Albert_ Mills,+|

Major Redo nodded In approval- "Oh! Dark. j NEW YORK June 3.-The Bos-1, his regular style of ball. and each and every other person l I I Philadelphia at New York. 1'; 7214 Monmouth, Cincinnati J>.)
ton Braves went to victory over that we met on the keys, were Only scheduled RUSSELL'S'CIGAR :$
he liked young men to call him "sir"respectfully 'I "Pretty? I I found to be real sports. Their : frames I JuneS-ltx II |
and he liked a modest "I suppose she's not what you'd the New York Giants in a William Cates, also on the San- towards will never I;' I
tone, compliments Inserted In their call pretty*? he admitted. "Bat at: Shut.J' treatment us .. NATIONAL LEAGUESt. ROOMS I
the
out game, score' : ; I ford club, was hitting .349. according be forgotten.Voyles I
proper places. my age my dear one doesn't Judge* ,
0. 'Thedet'eat broke the ) : to Sunday's paper with 43 Louis at Chicago.
-I hope you'll come and look us by looks. She's charming and attract I scheduled.Today's "THE MUNRO--Rooms
times Only $2.00.j STORE
at eight runs
bat making Licata. Harrison, Low- game
of the Giants which stretched j ,
tive. A who knows her world., string -
up.' he sal* to CU1.LITe In London woman and knocking out 15 hits. He is named :r $2.50 and $3.00 per wee's.j;
do :your* and a delightful" companion for a over seven games. I I I fourth in the batting averages. kin as!,bodyguards Pit and Sergent for the were Key Westboys. :,i........................ Double and Single. 128' N. E.

"Yes lone man. Babe Ruth, the Big Bambino in I 1|i Robertson is first with .519, SilsI They surely did a good job : Horoscope:I i 4th street, Miami, Fla. -0-

baseball, whose battingrecord it i j I I by is second with .417 Leits is of It... ti..eee..ee.* ......e.e.ee t I I may24-lmoxli I Ii Daily Baseball.Returns

known to.all, was released by the j I| third with: .410. So you see how -I
Braves, although he had already!i i i our. boy is'doing up there. Marvin r Griffin \treated the f>oys Your disposition is hopeful but i FOUND !{ By Wife
: to a cane of beer and .icatal'ol- i i hesitating; full of projects but it I
announced that he was ready to i I i be neglectful of opportunity. !, HORN RIMMED SPECTACLES.]
I ly and the rest to three cares. i may
,
retire as an active player in the i In the Georgia-Florida League .. There is a certain amount of na-i j Owner' may have same by pay I -0-

r ; ss" game. I the Tallahassee Capitols are still Eight persons who we ,were not''':, tive ability and a good mind which ing for this ad or return of '' COME IN AND GET THE

TJs > '!fin I the race. They are third. Joe counting on to entertain us. helped -;t i i will help toward success; but the : mine taken by mistake. Jeffer- RESULTS OF THE
tneir double vie-
) Folioing UD !!'I I Castillo is still playing like a I and they were Misses Gene: and aim of everyone born today shouldbe s I son B. Browne. junl-tf: MAJOR BASEBALL

tory of Saturday the St. Louis. house'afire. He has improved his: Stell Walker, Ann Chapman and, to cultivate self-restraint and I i LEAGUES

fr :gaj Cardinals world champion, defeated -, hitting by 60 points since the last Christine Montgomery of Jackson.j: contentment and as soon as something BENJAMIN LOPEZ i I

the Chicago Cuba yester- records were published and is getting Miss. These ladies are schoolteachers proves satisfactory to stick FUNERAL HOME -0-

day afternoon for the third,I better every day. Just the at Jackson and were visiting -i,i to it. .j E.UblitkeJ 49 Years I CIGARS, CIGARETTES,

straight time. The score was 6 to other day when Critz was injured Key West and with Dr. '! Key Was!'. Oldest SOFT DRINKS,

5. Dizzy Dean was on the mound Manager Terry called in Cuc- Black; Sol Adler. M.\ Mack and C. i! Santa Cruz CaL, is adding its! 24-H_.. Aeaonlaac Service ETC.

for the Cards with three other cinnelo from Chattanooga and B. Smith showed us a great time!' link to the growing national I Ltcesiea1 Embalmer

hurlers assistingthe Red Birds. Castillo was to replace Cuccinneloat aboard the ferry going, north. I i; "chain" of police radio stations. j I I I f.k-. 155 Nie.M. CM-W I
In[ the past two days the Cards Chattanooga, but at the last

have two full the i the -- .._- _. -- -
gained games on I: minute Manager Hoffman of

Giants. Capitols decided that Castillo .
The Pittsburgh Pirates blankedthe i should finish the year in Tallahassee

Cincinnati Reds, 8 to 0. Weaver I and get the needed experi-

.rr did the twirling for the Bucs, I ence.

a with Derringer and Freitaa on the i -

slab for the opposing team.

The Phillies downed the Dod I On our trip to the keys C. Griffin -,--'-- .....,.,..., -.... ..

rrs. 7 to 5, making it two out orl i was throning to Sevilla at sec- -'illl.': ..
:ond with such accuracy that he had .'-
three in the series.! """ -;;
With six home run;% the Yank j!i the veterans spell-bound. Sevilla .
'
the Boston' used' to sit on the sack and would '} v' "
went to victory over d c ct'
Red Sox. 7, to 2. : throw them right to their place.

( "What else could I have done?" asked Guy. The Detroit Tigers defeated the I I As to Joe Casa; his arm was in

White Sox. 10 to 5. splitting the.:perfect shape and he fanned 10 aa

"Mr. Westnrn's an architect. put "Has she any children?" asked 1 two-game series.The..CloveIand. i j batters, some of the bet on the L ..:: ':'i

in Alison. Alison. Jndians downed i Vets' club-Martin three times. .. :
!
"Ah!"'An:architect.: Welt hope Children! Good Lord no-'He. I! Lowkid three times. Erwin once, '
the St: Louis Browns, 6 to 2. Russell .....
you'll come round and see us when seemed almost shocked at the no I Van Atta started on the,s i Morley twice Harrison once. HeI .,...'..,.. ":
we're lees-when we're less-" be tion. held the opposition scoreless for
mound for tne Browns but aj I ,
finished that sentence by a fierce "How Old Is she then!" four-run barrage in the seventh![ four innings but Castro with two v.
twist which sent his tie Into Its place Her father looked up at her blankly and Wei- 1 outs let in their first run. Sterling
sent him to cover Bob :F I ;:
and a pat on his dishevelled thIn- II land finished the game. '''at first played like a big leaguer j
ning hair. Alison seconded the motion "Dyou know now you come to The Philadelphia Athletics defeated 1 f and hit that apple right on thenose. t

with a soft"Yes. please do!" mention It. I don't know!" the Washington Senators-, I Sevilla had two errors at I ?4. i "vj
"I'd like to very much. If I ma1.- Alison laughed.
second and he sacrificed twice.
8 to 7. with Dietrich and Benton
Thero times when words .
are are "Darling. Isn't that like you!
I doing mound duty for the win- I Castro at third had one miscue.
quite two pairs of i
; eyes
unnecessary: "I should: say she was about he
but he also had six more chances
and Linke and Pettit
serving .
can talk without such: a clumsy me- considered "well ten years' older ners. I I9.e '
lionu A glance exchanged on the than yon." the Nats in the tame capacity.The I and played them welL Hale at $
short had he doubled
way to the front door a smile a Twenty-eight. Well that wasn'ttoo summaries: one error;
:
band which lingers half a secondtoo i bad. decided Alison: It would be NATIONAL LEAGUE once scored the first run of the al .::. k 9"
long In saying goodbye can express I more like having an elder sister. At Chicago R. H. F contest and played a good game :}

some things much better than The phrase In her father's letter: St. Louia _.........._..._ 6 10 2 after that. Alfonso in right: field ) .4I

any language; yet Invented. When "a Mrs. Sumers. a widow might Chicago ..,__.._._-.-. 571 surprised everyone. He had not iy
the front door had shut Alison gavea have meant anything. Batteries: Walker, Hsrrell. Hal- played for a long time and hit Y

sigh. "You know you haven't really' told lahan J. Dean and Davis; Carle. safely; twice scored two runs and rr

"Nice young fellow. Major Rede me anything about her; what' her I ton. French and Hartnett.At fielded welL A. Perez hit three

said warmly ". good manners. other. name?" safely and caught three flies in

Decent. One can always Judge. He "Daphoe." Cincinnati R. II. E.1 center but he was caught off the

linked his arm Into Alison's and "That'a' pretty Daphne Sumers. J Pittsburgh _...- 813 0 Lags: twice. Arias better known

stooped to kiss her again. Said In said Alison approvingly Her father Cincinnati _..,,., ..-.0 5 1 ss Pee Wee. played in left in good
rratllude.We must ask him roundto tweaked her ear. Batteries: Weaver and Grace; fashion and bunted safely once.

lunch or something one day' don't "She won't be that soon!" I Derringer Preitas and Lombard!

you think we ought to?" -Wb)'. when are yon' to get married
"I think perhaps we ought said For'\tl\A\ Vets Griffin pitched a
'
? Not Alison !hoped. Let :
soon.
At Brooklyn R. 11. E. I
vetggeodgaseea4}Lowk 4 who
Alison. "lie's really.aalte i nice. her have a little while with her father I Philadelphia .- _.__.... '7 10 0Brookly. relieved him in the ninth with the _
Which only goes to show the complete first! .
of even good girls. .. -*_ w.,><>._- _H 6'-J1-' 3 j %ssf.ju 1J..did welL Lbwkis'whiff
"
pllc.1t1 "In about six
weeks we thought. .
a 'idtlriet'BWii; rrf't\s.;rtitn.j ed threebatten and iallr: wed Act ''H : m1 r 3 s6 J i..
--i I .. % y'i
he told ber. "You see we're going to t ___ s ;
SHE was halfway up the stairs honeymoon In Madeira so I thought Johnson and Wilson; Zachary and two hits is ,t. ethree innings he ; r'

she remembered that the I'd wait until your aunt Emily' got Phelps Lopec. was on the mound. Harrison 1- ,:
'
had not asked Guy for his address! home from India and then you could caught a good game but his arm ;
,
be In London and It At Boston R. II. E. had back on him. At first t s
Well lived stay with her while we were ...,." !gone t'M- -
would be In the telephone book. "I think that's a splendid Idea. New York ._.- 080 Thompson played welL Voyles at sx ,

When she bad unpacked bathed and agreed! Alison; ber far red-faced Boston __...-. 261 second played good and Erwin at

changed Alison ran down to the cheery aunt was delightful and she Batteries: Ctstleman, Stout and third was the star of the game. He

library. liked botn her young cousins.He Mancuso; Smith and Hogan. had nine chances without a miscue.

"Good to be home again!" she said rather wistfully' now, "I Shortstop Davis )had six chances

thought looking round the big. hope you are going to like her. AMERICAN LEAGUE and booted two. Martin, Bidder
square room with Its solid old turn Alison stooped and kissed him I At Philadelphia R. II. E.

tare. Its rich w'.ne-colored damasks lightly."I Washington -_.-..--...--. 7 11 1 "......_."11.*'. l*..olf Hmtrl"

and Its air of sober peace. Good to know 1 am." she said warmly) ,I Philadelphia ._..-.... _' 8 11 0 THE SEMINOLE w -L;1T'E f F
he back and good. too. to ")Ink thai Pettit
I expect It has been lonely for yon. Batteries: )Bean. Linke.
her father liked Guy that he wouldbe He laughed slyly I and Redmond; Benton Dietrich

coming to lunch! "Has? Don't you think rd be and Richards.At 4%
She picked the telephone book
up rather rash to count on many' years -
and opened It at W. Pages and of you my dear?" lIe noted her New York R. H. F. j .

rages of Westerns. Insurances and! flush with a smile!! and added."ThinkI Boston ..._-.-* 281 t xMw ea

newspapers and factories: West didnt notice how that young man New York ___.__..._ 7 10 0
urus and Westons and Westlns-It looked at yon!" Batteries: Pipgras. Rhodes..Wai-. ..
'took several minutes to run down ,
"He didn't!
berg; Rnifimg and Dickey. ;
tne thickly lettered columns: when .
she had finished she turned back (Copyrtykt,1735. Cvclya it. WlacaJBut .
At Detroit R- Ii."F c,
and began again more s10wl,. Tha ....-.-..:nie..; F7anS.CHAS .
Gar turns ap. s. (.. Chicago: .. 5 101
book dropped from her hands. .eu.1It. -" .. CHINK. M..ac.r E C.,
morrow. -
Detroit ..._.---' 10 14 __ :3 A homes hom.>lika) institution :
Batteries: Wyatt, Tietje. Vance, when yon will find gear.l.dl.ld.al,
and ... .... .. ..' ., r
Crowder. ftor rt e a matter t:
........................ lottesville that the British were Phelps and Swell; of gnat imprta.re. ,

"Today In History I' mrking a surprise attack to capture Cochrane. 4$ j "
i A steel fU.p..f ....4'.K I.Ned A-
S.a..e...... .._--- --S them1805Tripoli. At St. Louis R. n. E. !. the "art W tie city

>_____ Cleveland _. ._____h"__. 6 11 1 -
-
i7C9-Transit of Venus over' St. Louis .--... 2 9 0 Beery Room with Combination Tab
the fun's I! disc caused a great stir signed peace pact Harder and Pytlak; art W.ww Bat. Radio. Rlvctri
t' with U. S.-had de-t Batteries: Oiliar Fan ,tat Duor for Summer
In the scientific world as the next cndinr war :
Van Atta. Wefland and Hemsley. Ventilation Comfortable Beds with
":a' not due for 105 years.1778met !j dared war in 1801 because of our, 'Mattresies of Inner Spring Qm.
j struct Ion and Individual i.ac.
i i refural to increase payment for MONROE THEATER tag Lamna,
issue of the Montreal i
immunity American forces sent KATK9ROMM.
Gazette. oldest continuous- there caused T.'politans to chtnge Rudy Vallee-Aan DvorakSWECT "saters
iy-publishcj: paper in Canada. I _--its- -- Private Bath p.M
minds.
their M a--. PYhsee ..... ....
MUSIC
4* ROOMS. Private BatkS4 a.-
1781-HLstonc ride of Capt.10bri
ROOM Private Both $55
Jou tt of Virginia for 45 1838-From 10.000 to 20,000 i Comedy and News .. a..... Itrtmm.Private eats &.e

mile;? to warn Gov. Jefferson and I Cherokees in< Georgia deported M.ti..s BalceaJ'. lost 0rcJ..e. SLIGHT \CKRAKK FOR DOrBLBOCCIFAXCY Tlwteq

(he Virgins IcjUlature at Char- westward bjr toite. of aria.i __ I ter. _lS-20ci Night lS-23 : oJIa8"tr"xma Cqr 4




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I FACE FOUR THE KEY WEST CITIZEN MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1935

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LOW RAIL RATES PERSONAL: MENTION : and M.... William 'Spencer, on I Today's CHANGE TIME

Eaton street left Saturday for the J

SOCIETY _.&.&..&_._..:_._._._._._.____.____._._._._.______________...aaaaaa I home in Miami.
:-: : : DURING SUMMER --- --- -- : I AnniversariesI 'PHONE RATES

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Figueredo Mrs. Eugene Russell, who sl) I

......................................... .... came in yesterday from Miami for I spending it while with relatives Mr. and Mrs.J W. K. Neblett and I .SseSeSeeee..ss.ee...... !

a visit with relatives; and friends. Miami returned yesterday., int two children, who were spendinga 1800' Greenwood Leflore.i
Florida East Coast to- 1 &
Railway Southern Eell Telephone
:Miss Mary Parrish Becomes vacation in Key West with )Ira.I Choctaw chief, Mississippi! planter :
day announces lowest rates in Nebletfs family left Saturday for Telegraph Company announces in
Charles Hall who was spend Stuart Walker, who was spend'I born near Jackson, :\lis.:;. Died
Bride Of Harold J. Kaelin years on summer travel. to points ing the week at points on the band ,-. ing a week with his mother and :Norfolk Va. Aug. 31, 1865. I'| today's issue of The Citizen that

-- North. Persons making trips this Miami returned yesterday.Mrs. sisters, left yesterday afternoon I I i long distance stationtostationrates

I summer travel in comfort atrates for Winter Haven where he is Dr. J. H. Montgomery of the 1808 Jefferson now being at 7 m., instead -
may Vest p.
Beautifully impressive was the was given la marriage by her making his home with his brother. ; state plant board left Saturday Davis :
Frank CJrryas an
> that cheaper than driving. ar-t Pointer. soldier planter of 8130.Today's .
father. are -1 i for Gainesville after! a short buM-. congressman
scene in First Methodist Church: t yesterday from Miami
I After the wedding the party I rival ,nes visit with the local unit. colonel in the Mexican War I! advertisements con
when in the! 'isit with her brother-in-law and t T. E. Price.presid.nt of the Mi- ,
yesterday afternoon! I I went to the garden of roses where! Sample fares to'a few or the e.- U. S. Senator from Mississippi.i:
I :ami-Biltmore i tains a scale showing typical kta-
:
sister, Mr and Mrs JV Marzyck Country.Club, arrived -
presence of members of the invj!I with members of the family and most important points in the north :! "'Mfei( Doris Welsh librarian at Secretary of War, Senator again./ i
and 'other relatives yesterday morning for a i tion-to-etation rates.EVANGELIST.
mediate families and a few' friends about 60 in all. a de-j! and east are shown in today's an- I f visit jith friends and returnee!'flj;I the, ,High{ School, left Saturday\ President of the Coufederacy,!'i _

lightful reunion was held until ] nouncement. This company of- ; I afternoon for Miami where she! born in Todd Co., Ky. Died Dee i
friends Miss Evelyn Par- the afternoon tr in
:
Mary Galindo who :
Jerry *as 1
was time for the train to depart.], fers through service to New York Ina'short while with his will spend the vacation with her 6, 1889. t TO
rish. daughter of Mr. and / i'pen.l-I"
Mrs.1 I Mr. and lira. Parrish parents. and the East. Direct connectionat Mrs.' Eva B.. Warner left Miss Alicia- 'D Breuil. who alTi"ed :j'ufentz.'Phillip' I
.W'L.; Parrish of Marathon, Jacksonville with all morning f-1 1811 James social and:
of the bride left for Marathon, -- -Henry ,
div afternoon'for his home in with her mother, Mrs. ;
came the bride of Harold J. Kae- and were accompanied by friends,! trains to Mid West. SaIL. li.l::nfe Comas, l&st week for a Tiait Marko\itz left Saturday religious wnter-lccturer, father of! HOLD SERVICES

1 lln. of Miami. i I I including C. M. Stewart with relative, left yesterday:! ait- afternoon for West Palm Beach the two illustrious Henry and William -

It was at that hour in the afternoon .,! inent man of Miami who ca HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI Judge J. Vining Harris of criminal -! ernoon for the! home in Miami. where he will spend several weeks James born at Albany N I

when noises are hushed pecially to attend the prom-I MEETING'( court of Monroe county, left I with relatives Y. Died Dec.: 18, 1882 Fred C. Coombs evangelist of

and.. quietude descends like a,i Mr. and Mrs. Kaelin Saturday to be in Orlando this J. Miss Wilhelmina Goehtirj, )Miami will open a series of lectures

benison over the city that the' in Key West to stay for a few A meeting of the Key West mcjrning to preside at the session daughter of Mrs.\ Annis Page, left! Mrs. Pearl ,y. Snow arrived yes- 1819-Thorn?* Bill famed at the Gospel Hall 720

marriage of these two young people days when they will leave for Miami High School Alumni Associationwill of court convening today. j",terday afternoon for New Orleans -: terday for a visit with her son and American sculptor born in Bus-]

was solemnized with the ring'' and be at home to their many, be held Tuesday night at 8 i. ] where she will take a *>um- daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mr*. ton. Died Dec. 11, 1911. Southard street, tonight at 8
''
ceremony performed by Rev. friends at 1748 Northwest 17th I o'clock in the High School build- Mrs. Lars Hansen, who mer course of study it Tulane Harry Snow who are in Key West o'clock.Mr. .

'George E. Summers. The bride j Avenue. ing. Every member is urged to while with University.Miss for about two months occupying 1851-Georga Burton Adams,I Coombs will illustrate his

I be present. spending a relatiyes.1 apartments on Eaton street. noted Yale professor of lectures with biblical pictures and
_______ left Saturday for her
MISS ELIZA GARDNER. born at Fairfield Vt. states that he will prove future

Luncheon Given In I jun3-ltx Secretary. ami. I Florence Crusoe who WAS Ellis Kemp of Miami wa an 26, 1925. hbWry'1 events by scripture and current
Enjoyable spending a while with her uncle! arrival yesterday morning for a events.

I Milton Elden, who was here for and aunt Mr. and l\IrE. John Rok- brief visit with relatives and re American
1853-Paul M. Potter -'
Honor Of Miss Annie Hicks} LEGALS a short time working as switch-I er, in West Palm Beach, returned turned in the aftenoon. dramatist torn in England.

with the railroad the yesterday.
IX; TIIH (1HtiToi'tiv Of TUBTWKMIKTM man during Died March 7. 1921. Skin Torment
JtniCllt. ('1RC pineapple_season left Saturdayfor
pelightiul was the luncheon Green Peas Lettuce Tomatoes Miss Made paiti, nurse in St.
IT Of THE TATE. OF FI.OK- his home at Tarpon Springs. |Jr&;- J. F. Cherry who y:as in Vincent's' hospital in Jacksonville, to Gainesville to attend: the commencement Ittliing.roughness.
given Saturday at the Delmonico:I Dill Pickles Il>,. IX ASh> FOR wunUE01 i 0h.I I crackin.; aeasily relieved
I v l\ *: Smyrna tM or exercises of Florida
(- :liT'- IX ( CIIXrKK 5 arrived yesterday for a threq
I Cup Custard Guava Preserves and With
restaurant by:Miaa Alice Jones, Jesse U. Alley and Florence f I 1 RftSs flo.4tvs a business arrival one week ret fiJ'tfttfa '" weeks* vacation with her parents University after which she wall "S improved% "
IceC" Tea Crackers Coffee II. ..Alley his wife. .. J : soohngResinol-
daughter of Itr./ and Mrs. O. L.j ;' Guests of Mi* Jones were: Plaintiff 'yerte'faAj- to visit the local I Mr. :and Mrs. Jack Caiti, at _the go to spend her vacation with her I'
honor.htMiss\ vs. F rerl mre .f Lira of agents of the neat racking 'Com Ifiss.FJorenc* Albutj4&ughter home on White street family at Ridge Cress N. C..
Jones in Annie. The honoree, Misses Mary Trevor Tax,. 01.1. (frrtlflratr
and pany ipr which Hotrhlnson -- -
Lois Hicks. daughtefof and :; Betty Moreno Pat Warren f George ( -
of the said George MSmilirhd to: 3 ead brref} vica- du '* -KftJ
: the wife a S. igratijD QDit} in !'t.anIH'lIrs. Alton Albertds arrived yesterday -
Dorothy Cleare. Rita Pinder-
Mrs. Clifford G. whose \". Hutchinson. whose name "
ic.PiJ tieo."ith reiaties.a i Albuii.left 'yesterday
;. i Mary L. Spottswood Julia Jones U unknown: Michael Killaoky. from Miami for a visit with --
ma'rriage to Daniel wfs,43f,, Tel-] Olive Day. Ruth Rose Galey Emily If living and if dead thehelm I for!New Orleans to take" sum his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edouar-
or
lahassee will be solemnized Satur;i Crosland. other, derlsees.claimant grantees under the William A Freeman and son.,. mer course at Tulane University, do Albertus. and other relatives,

day. June 8. i I Mesdames Andrew Miller Wm.R. said Michael Killacky. ,leceased William. Jr.. left Saturday for at', New Orleans.Mr. and returned on the afternoon Make your old roof
and the wife of the short visit at points on the keys
The collation was one of the Warren, B. C. Moreno Clifford I said Michael Klllack. whose :train. *..A IS
and will be the Mr. Freeman's
most enjoyable affairs given during G. Hicks Howard Wilson. Jerry name Is unknown IWendantfi.ORDER guests of -, and Mrs. George Gardner
Jenkins
T.
father-in-law j
a season which has been replete Trevor Bernard De Witt, Edwn: OF PUBLICATION | of Jacksonville, arrived yesterdayover Miss Emily Crosland. nviy'.c young

with social activities and Trevor, W. C. ?McKeane O. L. It appearing by the sworn bill of Curry at Key Largo. the highway for a visit of i teacher at Key West High School. I Ii '
sndFlorence
wa attended by about 30 friendsof Jones. James Roberts, George complaint H.of Alley Jesse bis U Alley wife, the Dr. ad Mrs.: Mario Mart:1vho several days with Mr. Gardner's i left Saturday afternoon for a visit again!

the bride to be. I Gomez. Ross Sawyer Jr.. George plaintiffs In the above styled, mother Mrs. Whitmore J. Gard- I in Miami and from there will go '
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Menu for the luncheon was: .I' Lucas H. which raid bill ot complaint wera spending a while in Key ner, at the home on Petronia I I I
C. John Irwin
Galey been duly filed In the said caa".1 West with relatives l left yesterday -
Cold Roast Beef Potato Salad J. E. Perkins. I that\\. Hutchinson plaintiffs believe one of that the afternoon for ManiL: street, and other relatives. I I HEAR THE SCOTSMAN -

--- --- above ..1)'leda".lse Is a See His Biblical Pictures ,
ants in the
I
:
- James of Rev.C. :
Ralph stepson i
resident, of a State or country other 1 Miss Claribel Contjvras. who i I I THE LORD IS COMING ....-: :
Convenffidd Church than the State of Florida, namely :; A. Cox who is supply pastorat .
Units of Illinois and that the was spending a few d.-ys in Key.:
the State
the First Baptist church duringthe i, The only relief from Depression
Day Tomorrow Leave TodayA residence". lIat<-blnson.of said as defendant particularly George as West with relatives lift ye>ter-| absence of Rev. James S. Day,'' Every night but Saturday,

Is known to plaintiff Is 1521: day afternoon accompanied bj came in last week to spend the 8:00 o'clock
I Loomis I Avenue, Harvey Illinois.and her parents, for Miami where she' I'
TomorrowTuesday, June 4, large group of young people that there Is no person in the week-end. FREE FREE -
is employed in the pootoffice.; l
of a
State of Florida the service GOSPEL HALL
the. and friends ;
parents of the
from the three Methodist Leaguesof would bind
whom
I I
sul>p ena upon Roberts and.three
Mrs. B. O. Street
W. Hutchinson 720 Southard
Convent pupils will assemble at' this city leftover the aid defendant George Mrs. Eugene Moomaw who was
highwaythis believe i who
[ : further that plaintiffs children were here for a stay I
the grounds to enjoy a day full of that the said defendant George \V.I spending a while in Key West left!
morning for the annual I J a "tx THEN the sun has burned the heart out
recreation and fun. Hutchinson Is over the age of Saturday afternoon for Miami accompanied -: -'. i )
Young People's be I years. r-- 'V V of your roof-and the rains have
Assembly to .wenty-one
The following is the program'for Miss I
her
br said by niece.
And it further appearing
the event: held at Southern College in Lake I that plaintiffs believe PALACEGene l soaked away its vitality-give it a
complaint
i bill of Dorothea Strieker who will spend j ja 1 1I
10.-Entertainment by Kin I' that said George W. Hutchinson vacation with relatives. Raymond-Sylvia 'STdney coat of Carey Asbestos Fibre Coating and
wife and
land.Those Is married and has a j watch it grow young again. So easy to apply
dergarten tots in music audi who will attend the that the said wife of said George -inBEHOLD '
con. brush. Come in and let
torium.: i \ '. Hutchinson. one of the defend- C. Larry Gardner assistant MY WIFE -simply use a us ten
vention are: Mary Felton, May- ants In the above styled cause. I how little it will cost
10:00-Tennis contest by Merry claims an Interest! in the propertyIn cashier at the First National Bank,i Comedy and Short Reel I you you
Makers Club. field .Knowleg, Minnie Knowles said bill of complaint described.! left yesterday afternoon for Isla-
CON. & ENG. CO.
SOUTH FLORIDA
i and that the name of the wife of Matinee: 10-15c; Night 15.25cj,I THE TRUTH
10:30-Entertainment by junior Beatrice Spence. Louise Ketchum. the said George "". Hutrhinsvn I Is morada, accompanied by two

high in music auditorium. t j Vanessa Collins, Carolyn Sands unknown to plaintiffs; further that guards, to pay off the veterans I ABOUT YOUR EYES PHONE 598 White ec Eliza Su.
wife
11:00-Drill by junior high. Gladys Russell and MVs. Tom I: of plaintiffs the said believe George that W.the Hut said<-hlnaon employed at the camps on the t Whether you enjoy good Your Home U Worthy Of The B. f

1:15-Calisthenics, grades V i Is a resident of a State or country keys. 'I KEY WESTCOLONIAL vision or suffer from impaired
and VI t Curry. 'other than the Slate nf Florida I vision should know the
on tennis court. you
namely the Mate of Illinois, and : HOTELIn
11:30-Baseball game, junior that the residence of the said wife truth about your eyes.
ff Tampa Resident of the xaid George \\ Hutchinson\ An Examination by a @ fI
?1. "boys. .j as particularly as is known to the Center of the Business I Eye !!

12.-00-Luncheon in Teresa's' On Visit HereMr. plaintiffs. I Is 1SS2 Loomis Avenue. .NORTHin and Theater District registered optometrist will tell
halL Harvey. Illinois and that there H I you the true condition about
no person in the State of Floridathe
Comfort First Class Fireproof : your eyes and whether you ,
1 service of a subpoena upon -
and Mrs. Frank Henriquez would bind said wife of thesaid need
whom
glasses.!
Plan Another FIBRE COATING
and two children of Tampa are George W. Hntcbinson: further Sensible Rates I
Hour : that plaintiffs believe that the I For a complete eye test, see I I Cessna 551 5
Melody spending a stay here as house said wife of the said George W COFFEE SHOP NOW OPEl
I Hutchinson Is over the age oft..ntone I
DR. J. A. VALDES
brother-
% guests of Mr. Henriquez' years.

'An hour of opera and operetta in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. And it further appearing by said do Garage Elevat.r I OrthoKou; Soft-Lite Licensee. ----------- -- ---- -- --, -- --- -
bill of complaint that plaintiffs
will be next
presented
music
Russell. 1327 White not know and have not been able Popular Prices I 532 D.val Street
Thursday night when the fifth, Guilreymo to ascertain whether Michael K Ii- a I
Key West Melody Hour will begiven street. tacky. one 01 the defendants In theabove

under the direction of.Com) Mr. and Mrs. Henriquez came plaintiffs styled to be cause.interested believed In the by

modore von Mietk-Liuba. II. D. W. here to attend the marriage of. nrwperty in said, bill of complaint r
Miss Leona Henriquez to Raymond described or. if dead to- have been
,deorge Mills Wljite, director'of' Interested therein. Is dead or alive.

the, music section, ef....,the.; KyWst Fejton and be present at the. And It further appearing by said U Long Distance night StationtoStation -
niece Miss bill of complaint that plaintiffs be- HAVANA
of their ,
Administration,,.will bet.the graduation ; If
lieve that said Michael Killacky. ..,.
vocal soloist. Helen Russell. I living is married and has a wife F
i an.! th.t th'" ft&id. -lf"" of fluid I S' P E Cl, ALLv. rates.now begin at ----S
Michael Kllla<-k,. one of the defendants -
Drib To Celebrate1 1'' ;' Alumni Assn. In the above styled cause, .'Key West '5:40Pili- 0 0.---: ,.
claims an interest in the'property $$1 I ; _
I
'
Anniversary To Hold Meeting in said bill of complaint described. Lv. Marathon .... 6:52 pm 7 instead of 8:30
: and that the name of the wife .f Lv. Yslamorada ._ 7:45 pm p.m.
the said Michael Killacky II unknown I .
First anniversary of Il He" fukiJ A' meeting of the Key West to plaintiffs; further that jAr Miami _... ... 10:20 pm ;;i.;
plaintiffs believe that the residenceof Ar. Jackson/rUIe! .. 7:50 am ,, <
Muki-O Club will be celebrated High School Alumni Associationwill the said wife of the said Michael <
be held tomorrow evening at t Killacky is unknown and that Through service to New '
tomorrow night with a banquet at
there Is no person in the State of r
the Delmonico restaurant. I 8:00: o'clock in the High School: Florida the service of a subpoena York aM the East. Direct J

After the banquet there will be building on White street. I upon whom would bind said wife connection at Jacksonville OffER
; '
of lb..Id Michael KillacUy: further ;:
Miss Eliza Gardner, secretary with all moraine train to
a dance for the members of this that plaintiffs believe that
club: and their friends at the Ha- of the organization urges every! the said wife of the said Michael Mid-West. Choice of com.

bana.Madrid Club. This is an invitational member to be present at this see- vn Killacky>> years.It Is. over the ace of twenty fortable coach or Pullman

affair. 1 sion.. is therefore ORDERED that accommodations. Air conditioned '
George TV" Hntchinson and the wife
--- ----- j of the said George "'. Hntchtnson lounge and dining The lowest night rates on station-to-ctation calls
whose name Is unknown MichaelKillacky -e-

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeToday's LEGALS if living and. If dead all are now in effect from -7:00 p.m. to 4:30 sum. EXTENDED
parties claiming Interests. under car.Low HOLDS All THIS FOOD.!
Birthdays said Michael I Klliack,. deceased" or I FaresIN I
I With minimum rates in effect 1 hours earlier ,
;Tin COI\TT' jrnorri! coinT otherwise, in' the following downbd 2 at* sulk 2 S MS.cm*
ix
property situate, lying and 1 ". ess* e i In. batter
.eeeeeeeeeeeees>eoeeeeeeU. 1AM I_ &:) Foil. IN, lOXROK PROBATE nTr'lIn being In the County of Mon and I ROOMY COACHES you now hare mOre time and more convenient I 2 pkcs.CBTM S 2,CUM c..burn...

S. Senator William H. Kingof r<> t>tat.. of I State of Florida to-wit. CHEAPER THAN DRIVING I I tL:115ig e 2 Ibs,
: Lot Thirteen CIS of Taver : hours in which to make night calhw Night bxo ."Ib .
MILLJXGTOX.t your bead
1VM. V. I Until July ht can rM I I
born Fillmore you
Utah. it City I subdivision according
I ,.cd- I II I nler Cove a I KEY WEST TO-- i Icnac* o | bi. cacasibcr
Utah, 71 yeas: ago. XOTI("!': TO CREDITORSTo to plat thereof recorded rates on moat station-to-station calls are about GENERAL ELECTRIC 2 Ibt. io.ato I bsscb
I all creditors and all persons hav-I In Plat Book One (n at Miami .1:. ...... ....._$ 2.99 I place a celery 2 .rape Iran 2 f

Ransom E. Olds of Michigan,':I Mid Inc claims Estate:or demands against! i I II .I pagtf ida. Public 103. Monroe Records County.. Flor. ae..m.. ?nh............_ .... 40% less than the day rates which are in effect REFRIGERATOR in Urd lemou i.f salad e S left-over dfet done.s orasactI t Ib..

oldtime auto builder, born at I, You. and each of you; are herebynotified and Lot Fourteen of Ta'ternirr AtlantaBirminf _..___ 13.58 from 4:30 a.m. until 7KM p.m.Southern I your home for a down pay. ( men s 2 t and required to present any "hem' ..._ .. ... 15.06 : }! en r< I 120 I
Geneva 0., 71 Cove a subdivision. according
years ago. claims and demands which you. or ment of only $1.00. ice cab< -2 Ib.. .icsl
I either of yon. may have against to plat thereof recorded Chicago ...*.._--. .. 26.16 ; I

Dr. Vir.ri! Jcrdan president of I t the ,estate of Wm.of Monroe V. Mlllintjton Countv. page .in.1.Plat Monroe HooJc Coustr.One (n Fioraida. : at Cincinnati ..........-..-... 20.79 t Typical o.to-Sbtioa Rates :: IJ:': I II

the ,National Industrial Conference deceased Florida. to late the Honorable Hugh ; Public Records Lo.i.viIle"t. .....-.... 20.36 I This refrigerator has the famous sealed
t Birgt-, Ala. is$asbIk. Te. S .95 $ ,5S
,and the wife of the said MichaelKlllackr.
Board New York City, bornat nnnn. County Judge of Monroe Nashville _j...._.. "f-::" 17.92N.w'Y.rk I
County, Florida at his offlc In : whose name is'unknown -:. Jacks..... n.: .t. Mla. fla. 1.50 .a,5 in mechanism; and the five year protective i
Olean. N. Y.. 43 all of the defendants in the above ,. 28.47
years ago.: Courthouse In Monroe : '
-. I County.the County Florida* within eight calendar entitled cause, b* and they ares i Richmond : :':::_ :: ::: 18.58 I Shasta", ca. ,b cuu.o.p.Te-: .75 .40 1 plan i is included in the initial price. I
the date of the hereby required to appear to the:
from ,
months
John Thomas Taylor American -i first publication hereof. Said claims bill of complaint In said cause- on Washington .. 20.33 New 0rIuIII,. La. b CIIicaI.. 3.2 1.7S ... I
Legion's lawyer, born in Philadelphia {or demands shall be In writing and : Monday, the 1st day of July \. I>. I- Similar Fares EverywhereJ.
I contain the place of residence and 111 otherwise the allegations of I leeiniI.. IJb 1MniII..Te-. 1.20 .35Mps I
50 years ago. I office address of the claimant said bill will be taken as confessed I .
post !
and shall be sworn to by the claimant I I by said defendants. j! H. COSTAR, Agent T.... b SIar.-t.La. 1.35 ..50QbttsLC Monthly Payments
Wash. his agent or attorney. I I It is further ordered that this or.
Dr. James Brow Scott of PHONE 71
I All such claims and demands not der be published once a week for Ie CbrtestM. S. Co. .90 .s5
ington D. C.. amed legal author filed within the time and In the four consecutive weeks In The Key r

ity, born in Canada, 69 years ago. I manner prescribed herein shall be .. West lished! Citizen In Monroe a newspaper County, State pub of :...-, $. Co. Ie Aabee5sLC, .95 ..50I C $2.00 with your light bill
void.
I Dated the 3rd day of June A.I Florida. FLORIDAEASTCOAS J--.1Iiu. Ie .......Ala. 1.10.sS
Dated this 2Uh day of. May A.
Mtrlen\ E. Pew. editor of Editor XX 1535. D.I
and Publisher New: York born at CLARA.L. MILLINGTOX. ,., m. n.,..,.em_II.co.tiag 33c fir lea era aU_III all hoen.
Circuit Court Seal)
A. Administratrix of the Estateof I
Niles 0., 57 years ago. Wm- V. >>lIIlnllo.. deceased. ROSS C. SAWYER.
W. CURRY HARRIS. Clerk of the Circuit Court Twen.l Bell Co. The Key West Electric Companyi
Attorney for Administratrix. tieth Judicial Circuit of Florida, RAILWAY Telephone Telegraph
Sir Flinders Petrie famed English JuaI-l-17-24 In and for Monroe County.
born 82 W. CCRRT HARRIS. ;
archaeologist, years
Solicitor fr Plaintiffs. I
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