The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 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: UF00048666:00033
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Associated .Press Day 'Wire. .. : I Key West, Florida- has the

Service. i JL{ Wtzt ([ttt tn most equable weather in the

For 56 Years Devoted to the cp country; with an average

Best Interests of Key West range of only 14 Fahrenheit I



,, Nation's Highest Court Will. PLANNING YOUTHS OF KEY WEST TO JOIN IN ''I Decision Made On NRA Leaves "NewDeal"

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: .. : : Operatives Complete Daze

X Approximately: 2,000 youth 011 I Older children-those of high _-- -_ ..
school age-who are qualified will
Key We.t will swing int. action
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patrol the beachet.fand swlm-l- MAKES' RECORD PLANT BOARD Administration Forces
1 I TO ,BE CARRIED Friday! morning as member of I I ming places, serving as volunteer"
Court Justices COUNTY COUNCIL life
Supreme guards., These lifeguards
ON AT MATECUMBE .KEY;; the Key Writ Junior Patrol which 1 I to be stationed at every swimmingspot TIME ,IN TRIP FILES BILL INTREESPRAYING Have Assumed Role Of

Will! Occupy New Offices OFP.T.A.HOLDSBUSYJEETING PERMISSION ASKED OF WAR acceeiU the Key West Volunteer : on the i&land. "About-Face" RelativeTo

( Some Time Within I ( DEPARTMENTFor Work Corps a* a volunteer organizatiqi >!I will Another carry on group a works of older: program.children I FROM ENGLAND ActivitiesBy

I This at the outset is to consist of 3
contributing to the rehabilitation
Next Few Months re-laying the diamond at the Navy j
the purpose of securing ma- of the Island City. Ball Field and later other diamonds Dr. J. Harris, English ASKS INJUNCTION IN CIRCUIT

CROUP DISCUSSES HEALTH terial to be used in constructingthe I in the city will be recon scientist, has established a HERBERT fLUMMER
With vacation here the ditioned. record for speedy travel between COURT AGAINST CITIZENS;
dredgingrock (By Associate PrM>
By HERBERT PLUMMER OF CHILDREN WITH NURSE,;I Overseas children : No one will be asked to work England and Key West, INTERFERING WITH ACTIViTIES WASHINGTON, J... S.-Nolh.iny .
Br A..er.td Prrw) to a depth of 20 feet below of school' age will be I which will it is believed
more than two hours a day but
WASHINGTON. June 5.-J st OFFICERS INSTALLED DURING the northwesterly j I stand for i. recent tines baa forced
mean low water level at -I i put to constructive work duringthe ;, with the strength of 2500 schoolchildren I a long time before aft

over tho broad nut plaza of the SESSIONAt side of Lower MatecumbeKey ,! available this is expected being broker. administration. it Washington to
summer. They, in effect, will : Last Thursday morning Mr. -
is proposed.In i to be sufficient time for a great i
capitol they are putting the Harris was in Southampton, do a so complete about-face as
order to pursue this work be following iu the paths of their! deal to be accomplished during_the Florida State Plant Board this;
finishing touches on tho stately" has been asked from i I summer. .- --. England. Yesterday nooa did the decision of the supreme
of permission their .
the last regular meeting morning through attorney.Win.
I he was in Key West. This afternoon -
derartment, to carryon parent, who last summer pledge Every member: of the junior
new homo of the aatio.'o highest the Monroe County Council of the these war oPerations, by the state road ptrol''WiIl have an identifying he is at LoggerheadKey H. Malone filed a bill in court oat NRA.

court., P.-T. A., the following officers deparment at Tallahassee FU. ed 1,800,000 Lours .f .volunteer I button -with.the words, "Key West. one of a group of scieti. circuit court for an injunction Pre.ide.tRM"elt and his

installed: propose ..the work ,, the rehabilitaticii. Junior Patrol" on it. lists at the Carnegie- labora against& certain citizens of Key
were The specifications "for ..program.
of the
The nine!, juitices.pwill, move in II : morning\ tor). aides were. ll set for one
of dolphins to be used: Picnics and Saturday
Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz presi setting BUS, West.
and the the Through tho junior patrol matinees at the theaters will be Dr.. Harris was one of the stiffest contests they have
some time betwMu. n.ow! for mooring equipment at ,,pile ) I yet
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dent; Mrs.\ Enrique Ifonriquez, frequently for those in the] A ,passengers sailing on the The bill carries the names
fall term startingjn! October.To I vice president; Mrs. Sebastian I of which operations.dredging will The be area performedis over' which is being organized" by the I,I patrol who work.' No cash prizes .r-French liner Ncrmandie 3:30 citizens and their places of real had, to force threat congress aaextensioa

the,rnesinf",n.,of ,the court I Cabrera Jr., secretary; Mrs. J. A.I approximately 10,000 feet. long recreation department of the Key I are to be given for the outstanding I,..." ,o'clock last Thursday morn- dence are specified: asking thatan 1 of two years for the
Boza treasurer; Mrs.\ Chas. Percy I feet in width. I patrols, sections of companies in -, ing. Monday he was in New order be issued enjoining and i
attaches. and almost' .else and 3,000 Wet Administration the of York where he took plane for interfering Bin Eagle. Flushed with victory
.! ,everyone : Curry historian. !I It is not proposed to hold! any youth the organizations!!', but a banner I restraining'\ them from : ,
oa capitol hill, the magnificent '! Prior to the installation the; on this matter ; will be awarded to the group turning Miami and yesterday he arrived with preventing or otherwise obstructing in the battle! over the Loess in
public hearings definitely
West will be brought
Key -'
: council, was fortunate in having the j h ,i out the most outstanding workduring 11:50 o'clock in Key West I or refusing to permit!
white marble structure is regardedas present Mrs. Edwina Hodges. pub-: but proposed anyone work desiring can to file protest their ob-,!i into the rehabilitation picture -:| each reek. over the Florida"East Coast the state plant board its agents I the senate they felt they had at

a ...emoria'to; the lat. William :I lic health nurse. Mrs. Hodges': : jections with the district eLI -i ,., Each section of the patrol is Railroad. I or employes from entering onto least a fighting chance to win.

.' Ftated that her mission in Key I gineer. P. O. Box 4970 Jacksonville and given an opportunity to headed by a supervisor of the recreation any premises owned or occupied!
Howard Taft. The former President West to be county-wide. I The sections by them for the of The President was prepared to
I was I Fla. before June 10. that it t department. ISSUE BOOKLET purpose oper-J
t f participate in program was go the limit to secure a new leaseon
and chief justice had hoped Health conditions and other matters I I lire divided into companies with ating or otherwise treating ,!
of this nature Were discuss t i pointed out this morning. i members of the patrol *t their I bushes. shrubbery and plants life for NRA. He was reprc
to live to see the day when the ed. The topic of a Well-Baby NELSON RITES I heads and the companies are divided it i-I. PERTAINING TOAUTOACCIDENTS located on the said premises within sented as feeling it to be one of
I Clinic and Summer Round-Up Members of the patrol will call; with other, the quarantine area. the most important points in his
court would be abl. to move into II 't into sub-patrols I i
I was also discussed.Mrs. upon: adults throughout: the city' patrol members heading. them up.| I The quarantine area as shown legislative program for the present

its new home.It J! Hodges stated she was i iI i BEING HELD IN j seeking their cooperation in the The activities of the junior $ I' in the plant board bulletin issued session of congress.

forward health continuance of ranitary work to close on January I 1935 shows the! New Dealers were banking
was under his steady pressure I I ready to carry a patrol will be brought; a j ,
the'' program: and asked for the cooperation MIAMI TODAYFORMER : h(reo They will call the attentionof next Labor Day when a "play I I quarantine: area to be "all that, heavily on a favorable supreme
that general plans for adults to unkempt spots, and court decision in the NRA tc .t
of all in the county in order : ground circus" is to be placed.: "AMERICAN LEGION AND portion of Monroe County. Florida :
building were completed title to I''I i to make it a success.A t where necessary will get the consent This will be the culmination of all;! lying west of. north and'IlOuth case.

the land acquired and the. structure motion was made by Mrs. : of adults for treatment of recreational and playground functions -' TRAFFIC ACCIDENT PROB line projected through the t tI House 'All Set

itself authorized by law. He Gerald Adams that the president KEY WEST RESIDENT I: cisterns, and other mosquito breeding -'. including those of the LEM" IS TITLE OF PAMPHj I easternmost point of No NV.me. I The house was all set to pi

died just before the actual appropriation of each local society be requested WAS WELL AND FAVORABLY place: patrol for the summer. i!I I Key." I down the line with the President
could be made. i in the future to ask all officers I Another function of the patrol M. E. Gilfond administrator in!: LET COVERING PHASES II The bill covers 30 pages of The plan of battle had been map.

Far back in the first years of to be present at the regular meetings KNOWN HERE AND! will be junior police patrolling. Key West this..morning expressed, I: legal size paper and was recorded ped out; when the supreme court

Taft. Washington life, when his! and that each local president : t Some members of the organization, the belief that organization of the, --:-- I I early this morning by Ross: C.! delivered it* devastating blow.

then -chief Theodore Roosevelt,i also appoint six other members IN MANY OTHER SECTIONS, will be designated to do th's kind: junior patrol is one of the most 1 1l "The American Legion and'the :, Saver, clerk of circuit court. What steps the administration
that be was available 1 from the to attend. I I of work which vill consist for the, : would take in an effort to carrr
suggested group underkeirby
l Interesting projects yet -;:: Traffic AccidentProblem" is the : I
the big,, mpednrof mogt jart, of Wing the number; J : ott'witk'I1di"" ,wezsn.t4rnmudiately -
timber for the presidency, The next regular rI c' automobiles ** -'the Key West Adminis:: title"of a pamphlet" recently issued TRAFFICMANAGERSTEAMSHIP
genial man let if'fie k* vin that the'-cbu'ncil will bV-ttefdMn'the fall EmeliusT NeGon4: G.a'y ars ; of Ken>e plates! on speeding tration. the medium of, clear. Members of the ways and
place on after the opening Of age and. a former resident of Key I in the vicinity. of the several Through : by the National Americanism means committee of the house
what he wanted was a near or soon out
i that organization he pointed Commission of the legion.It I
the bench. I the school term. All other sum West is being buried in Miami playgrounds. '' LINES I were not sure themselves. Some
supreme : the administration hopes to is for the '
wilt utilize published purpose
I mer meetings will be termed special : this afternoon according to ad-i Girls in the patrol were of the opinion an entirely
Structure His DreamIle ;! called meetings. j I I vices received here by relatives of I Ii I[ their energy in continuing the.all children of the community of stimulating! interest in the problem : new act must be written if NRA
the presidency : civic conscious and to make them accident -
drafted for automobile : VISITS
'was startled of reducing
beautification work already ISLAND CITY
I Ii I I
I Mrs. Berkowitz stated that her ![ the deceased. la to resume operation.
however if a man ever 'I on the island through the cultivation realize that they are an integral and educating the people to
council Neh connected with leaders have in-
main aim in the coming Mr. >on was Other house
him in the the part of the city and its rehabilitation the needs of interest I
was. A'nd it brought of flower gardens and crying greater t ---
will be to do more for the the cigar industry here up until dicated that amendments to meet
year !
end perhaps as bitter a political I II ( 'like I at their own homes." :I program. I in this phase of safety for children I -
I public child and will give much the time he left to establish his: I Ii I I i H. C. WENZEL NOTES REMARKABLE court objections already have
defeat as any man of his party attention to the matter of helpingthe home elsewhere. He had been living -! _- -. ... _. -- -- _.. especially. been worked out in private and
has known. undernourished child. I I[ in the Miami area for the past!, .i The pamphlet is in the form of CHANCES SINCE may' be rushed through.In .
Yet, time brought him consola The following is a list of the'i' fourteen years and had a host of I I.LIGHT TENDER I II REMEDY HAZARD i I a questionnaire.asked and All intelligently questions answered are- I i HIS LAST VISIT TO ISLAND I any event the time element
tion. !1
officers in the locals of the Mon- admiring friends, both in that sec i promises to play a vital partNRA
As chief justice he reached the. roe County Council: I tion and in Key West who are [ KO\ as to place the idea contained ; CITY automatically expires on
his life-long ambi I LEAVES PORT AT GOLF COURSE within the reach of all whore
pinnacle of : Junior-Senior High School sympathizing with the bereaved, June 16 unless renewed by an act
tion. That swept away for him' P.-T. A.-Mrs. Enrique Hen-"i relatives. I I I I :I able to read even. young chil-, of congress. The Blue Eagle: ha:;

much of the bitterness of the I riquez. 406 Whitehead street:I "Melius," as he was familiarly I dren. J "It has been four years since I a lot of enemies in the senate who.

past. Taft hoped and expected president; Mrs.\ Wm. P. Kemp,I.j known to his many friends here i i IVY GOES TO TORTUGAS LAST WATER PUMPED OUT DURING:I The contents are comprehensivein history of have had the opportunity of seeing doubtless_ would welcome the ,>n-
to remain long on the supreme William street. vice president I every detail. give a I to dilato'-y t.
1623 1 had always been a kind ind affectionate I accidents in the United Key West and during that) portunity employ )e.
bench before age took its tolL! i ; Mrs. Hilda Salas.. Lumley I I husband and father,'! NIGHT WITH PARTY DRY SEASON MAKES t automobile the 1934 I time there have been a number of, tics until the famous bird die- a
His. heart set upon realization ; II. S. States daring year
was Apartments secretary Mrs. I II natural death.
and his never failing courtesy and I ON BOARD BIG IMPROVEMENT i and the adoption by civic I remarkable changes" said H. c.1
of his long cherished drcim Dexter. 1301 Whitehead street, I i many acts of kindness, combined 1 I tIrr.. I suggest schools and legislative Wenzel to The Citizen yesterday!! Armed with a unanimous court
stately independent building: Miss\ Eliza Gardner. bodies ,
of a in I treasurer I! with a keen sense of humor and i i : i iI' of practical methods to J afternoon before leaving for Mi-j decision! in support of their po i
to house the court a structure 1104 Petronia street historian. groups I tion they would be able to presenta
keeping with the dignity and Division Street School P.-T. A. ': cheerful sunny disposition endeared i Lighthouse. Tender Ivy sailed.10 Golfers who are accustomed to i guard against the ever increasing kma. I I

power of the judicial :arm. of the i -1\Irs.\ Wm. T. Doughtry. 1402 :'I him to the many who knew I'o'clock last! night for Tortujas-I I'' reeing an unkempt water hazard :' death rate by this kind of accident. I fic Mr. Wenzel is passenger formidable Capitol Quiet opposition.>> DisturbedNot
with the
government. < Pine ! anlI
I scheduled for! teachers
the club are .! Interested
Some' 'ObjectiosiThere I Ley White Cabot.street vice 524 president Bshama;,. here who knew him as being"onethe ; Jackson, U.. S. N.r communication! I II. a !surprise' country.in the near, future. ; i I drivers of cars person may get; copies of ve!'ton Monday evening on the I I handed down its decisions, in the
weie: ob$ acles ,to con I Mm. A. I I the foremost singers and erV- I.officer in charge at the naval I I During the extreme dry' season the pamphlet by applying to National Steamship Pecos for a conference gold clause case .has the quiet
Mrs. C. W. ; i iI ,
front him Then. as> now, there street secretary; I tertainers of his time. lie save : station; Mrs.: Jackson and their I the lake is being pumped out and Headquarters: of the American I with C. E. Smith general agent of j and dignitY'of that sector of thn
the. Olivia street treasurer I I I
some objection'af1long the Mrs.1 his time and talent whenever j tLe lines in Key West. capitol been so disturbed. Thi'
was and
Emil Sweeting 826 Eaton lof ],daughter, Nancy. Lieutenant J.:i the rich bottom soil is being re I Legion to all posts aux- 1 1I ,t
justices and court attaches to called on to do so, and his rich I When the soil has been During his stay Mr Wenzelwent personal appearance of DonaldRichberg
historic: I historian. ""H, .' McKInney and Ensign George moved. : "I iliaries.! all the in I! in the court chamber a
leaving the chamber in I tenor voice was frequently heard; .from the bottom of the over city company
the capitol. It is close to the I, Harris School P.T.Mrs.Elizabeth. I in special work at funerals and at i Wl'Schleger. U. si: N., Reserves.I I Rraped Lake 'water will be permitted to, I with Mr. Smith visited the poirrs i i few minutes before the bla
heart of political things in Wash James Fingleton. 331 Mrs.\ \". P.I various church gatherings. I These officers will make an inspection flow bark into the lake. :! PLAN CONCERT of interest! made a call on SI. E. i I robed justices filed in had itr cffeet.
.' street president; I of the activities at Fort : Gilfond. FERA administrator relative -:: .
black-robed justices ,
ington. Solemn vice president I Besides his wife Mrs Ella Nelson i' J. Gerry Curtis director of operations
sit in the midst of the stir Archer. Fleming street Sawyer., Caro- he leaves two sons, Hillman I II Jefferson on Garden Key and I' in the Key West Administration : FORHOSPFTAL i to travel by the tines during -; (The decision itself was rernvrd

and bustle of political life. ; Mrs. Milton Mrs. Gerald'I and Howard of Miami; two also look over the operations of I this morning was jubilant the winter a'!ason. I: by the crowd outside in excite 1

Some feared that a more re- line street.. secretary Eaton street; treasurer -i I daughters Mrs. E. K. Olsen of I I the light at Loggerhead Key and I I over the soil which wa found i,i Asked by The Citizen what were ,, fashion. Uniformed capitol policemen

mote setting would cause loss of Adams. 322 Southard Miami and Mrs. Chas. Bolton of! visit the Carnegie Laboratory. I on the lake bottom. It is to be I the prospects! of passenger service !: : were forced to break op
isolation. ; Miss Leota Grillion on PROGRAM TO BE RENDERED between New York and Key West 1 1I : the jam and caution silence
vital contacts perhaps the.
I I Orlando. He also leaves one used in cultivating grass j
But Taft had his way. The supreme -:, street Islamorada, historian.P.-T. A.-Mrs.. Fred !, brother. William",E. Nelson of]I DONALD CURRY. the greens of the course;, BY WELTERS' CORNET during the winter season Mr. i i Richberg slipped quietly out of
Wenzel that that side door followed
court is to have its homeas Mrs.\ Russell Finder -' 1211 Pine street; one sister. Mrs. I replied was a 'a by photographers
Foyle, presdient;
he had dreamed. Even the ar- Mrs. Clyde!I Anna Watkins of 1022 Elgin BAND problem for the future to which'' to the house ways and
chitectural design of it bears the vice president; street and four grandchildren. ] RETURNS HOMEDonald i COUNTY BOARD I no direct ansVer could be given at means committee which at th:
Russell secretary. !I be : this time. :; moment discussing the two-
; for was
tamp of his individual tastes. William E. Nelson left by rail A concert will given
Whether it is designated : I Ii I i TONIGHT at the Marine Hospital! I year extension for NRARTaAsSES
so or I yesterday afternoon to attend the! MEETS I patients
not. that pile of stone and steelis HATCHFSRYNOW i iI funeral and spend several days Jr. who in ; tomorrow afternoon by Welters'iPAINTINGSSENT
I Curry was i
likely to stand as a memorialto i with relatives there.ANNOUNCE a hospital in Miami following an I I I I'I i Cornet Band it was announced \WILL
his long and distinguished service I of the boardof today. The concert starts at 6
LOCATION Regular meeting 1
AT NEW operation to relieve a congenital WASHINGTON
as a public official. I DEATH dislocation of the hip, arrived 'I county .commissioners will beheld )'cloek.lSeleldwns"t4 l f *} \ ; ORGANIZED HERE
J JI in the clerk's office of the be played follow: BE B
1 I .. ,took his to Miami -I II county court house 8 o'clock tonight :" 1. Ariericu: \ j ..
Curry son
FERRY BRINGSIN I The crawfish whichwas I 71st N. Y. -
for a number hatchery of years maintained OF MRS. H. PAGE, abort two weeks ago to consult -;I routineare : Regiment 2. flircnr'Jo5ce'"-Boyer. : Nearly three dozen paintingshave jA.n art clans for grads schoolstudent
of Washington
matters to
Only I been sent
.with an eminent surgeon who I will be organized at 10
I by the state shellfish commission "Little Ruby"-
PINEAPPLESFerry I 1 "of this scheduled for e nsideration.I 3. Waltz where they are to be studied by i
specializes operations o'clock tomorrow morning at the
I has been moved from the I Balfe. director of the :
I Porter Dock property and erectedon Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J' nature. After the consultation I UNINJURED IN FALL I 4. .Selection, "II Trovatore"I Edward painting Rowan and sculpture section of I: Key West Art Gallery, Slewai
the received dis- :i the operation was performed. Leonard gallery director said:
the park site adjacent to Page news by long : Verdi arranged by Mackie-Beyer. Department, Edward ;
the Treasury
Palma of the Florida i Key West aqu&rium. tance telephone today announcing Donald is now in a plaster rast:. Walter Trot Wheels"! section l this morning.
Fox "Wagon
I CAMDEN N. J.-Ralph 5. Bruce, consultant: for the ;
East Coast Car Ferry company This is an admirable location for the sodden death of Mrs. Pagein which is to be removed in about Jr.. two-year-old boy of this J-Billy.: HilL I and others interested in the Key f Tuesday. a class for senior/

arrived yesterday from Cuba with the hatchery it is said as there Miami this morning. I six weeks and his parents feel,I city fell 20 feet from a window 6. Trombone Smear "SallyTrombone" West art project. I'l high school students was started
14 carloads of pineapples. 6.633 number of Mrs. before marriage confident that he will then le I this students from
are always a large Page was and morning
and uninjured.HabanaMadrid 35 paintings,
Henry of
l to the lawn was From the group
crates; 82 sacks of mail and two; crawfish in the tanks at the aqua- Miss Ethel Weatherford. daughter 1 1I just as other boys and grow up toj I : 7* Tyrolean Airs "Sounds'rom 12 are to be selected for reproduction t' the junior high school gathered

miscellaneous! cars. rium and these will be used for I of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hen be a strong and healthy man. !!I Home"-Arranged by Rip- on post cards and these at the gallery for organization.

Steamship Granada of the propagation purposes. I ry P. Weatherford. The Pages had ; Club ley. will comprise the new cards whichare I I Students in the parochial

Standard Fruit and Steamship I When the hatchery was operated been making their home in Miami DELAYED PAYMENT 1 8. Serenade "Grieving Breez to be issued probably in the I! schools of the city will have an
Company sailed yesterday from by the state commission mil I having moved from Key West Tonight from 1Q till ? es" Rosencrans. Fatt. I I opportunity to enter the clasee
I : -George early
Philadelphia and is due in Key lions of the young crawfish were about 15 years ago. Mr. Page conducts CARROLL, la.-Twenty-e ht] l JUNE DANCE 9. March"Washington Gray*" Many of the paintings were tak-,,, when their schools are dismissed

West Friday. The vessel is con, hatched and when of the requiredsize a bakery. I :years ago a woman bought a hat J I. C. S. GraffnUa. from the art gallery, and new for the summer without any dif-
'' en
signed to the Porter Dock Com.I were taken to the reef and I Relatives informed The Citizen from Miss Ann O'Brien of thisj Members and Guests 10. "Star Spangled Banner" pictures hare been hung to replace]I I fieulty arising from their late entrance -

pany. She will take fuel oil and other places closer to shore where that funeral services will' be held I city and recently Miss O'Brien received NO SCRIPT I t-Francis Scott Key. them.: Mr. Leonard said.
sail for Frontera Mexico. they were released. in Miami.! a check in payment.





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'Drb.t kt Rltst.tW\ NINE WISE MEN ON CAPITOL HILL '........................ I ;' .......................,{'

KEY WEST IN 1' Today's Horoscope:
Fv llah4 Daily: Except B1UtcIa 11 The Supreme Court decisions were ......................A*
L. P. ARTMAX. ........... decisive and conclusive. I The person born on thL- day will))
JAR ALLr. Aaalstaat .....- Maa>aer I Happening Her Jut 10 T ar. By RED KERCE Temperatures probably have an excess of caution,
The feature ........... ..
From The CUUea.baU&inc outstanding of the ruling Are Today A* Take From .e..e. ... t and RlfreJraribat with a wily
Highest 91
Corner Greene and Ana Street* I It. against the NRA is that: (a) Congress The Files Of The CUixea I II I Why sow wild oats for your; Lowest : .. ...... } nature not apt to i be overconJcientiors
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4l y Dally Newspaper Jn Key West and MonroeCounty. cannot make laws that uproot the rela- I,I grandchildren to graze: upon? .i t Mean -.:: : -- :::::::------ i i !' in the way wealth is ob-

1 I I I Key West's foulest eyesore, the I Normal Mean ......... ............._ tained.. He is liable to overrate
; tions of the States and their citizens to the accumulation of rubbish 1 A fool and his money isn't eo I 1 hi own powers end thereby fail,
watered at Key West. Florida, aa eecond elaaa matter :I I perpetual Rainfall into a lot of trocble and vexation
FirTt-aLXTH TEAR federal government; (b) Congress may and foot debnr of Front left street by high will tide be at cleaned theI real frequently estate'negotiatie&a recorded: as any beingin more. Yesterday's. Precipitation .0 Ins.Normal almost before he is aware of anychange

Mea>ker .( tae AM......* FvcaaLj I not delegate to the President power? to up and.construction work to be I It goes to the stock marketnew.Wouldn't Precipitation! ..- .11. Ins.Thi. of condition.Subscribe .
entitled -' rd ..var. S-6-.... ..I'.. :
to the
Aaaoclated Press Is exclusively there will make ,
make laws and to set codes' of fair plaeed a'rep.titionof I .. to
.r abricatlon of alt news dispstcnes credited tIt up radius at ft VNM-k lhk..rsl. The Citizen.
tr nut otlerwlae eredltMl In this paper sad alsttttt tin e on<<<3atip i impoasible. .This, Job''patiente' be the ., t '
local news .bliahed here.'NATIONAL competition as he sees fit. work will tV;started :within the! trick to have ar U1dJlthile! waiting, Tottiorrvw s AlmanacSun I ..Jark..avlll... .....1.. H....'
The Frazier-Lemke act next few weeks. officers of the for the return. of I prosperity. i rises" "h**"..._" ....... 5:36 a. m.SunTltta THE SEMINOLE
EDITORIAL was.declared E&ctytnge: CInb'.stated today. The \ ; '*h"'h 7:15 p. ( !
J-I 4SSOCIATIONC unconstitutional on the grounds that the plan ia to continue the present Perhaps one thing that keeps a I Moon rises -.-.-... ,...10:18 a. '!
193 S ............... '
/ tt I street level out for a distance of good man from being kept 'down,Moon sets .1127 p.
fifth amendment to the Constitution de- ,
fBSCRIPTIO* BATES !. 50 pr,60 feet tQ low water mark sIs that a rood Man is seldom do*n.! .. .Tomorrow's Tides : 1r
one Year -It..M clares that private property may not betaken and construct a new' bulkhead. A.M. P.M.High i

?Three I& Month),Month.. __ _. I....".* even for a wholly public use with- When this work is completed the A disgusting; dig at parachute I .................. 1:21 : aye
>M Moath ., -> ..t Exchange Club will cooperate with manufacturers has been made. robots -, Low .................. 6:12: .:
Aeekljr .a. out just compensation. The mortgagor Milton Curry in building a new are: successfully flying air! Barometer 8.a. m. today: x I

aDTKKTIUBa RATES aquarium. planes. .1 l Sea level, 29.94. j'
advanced '
.tads known on application cannot be made to lose the money .a
I :
All readme notice 1'KCIAL., card NUTICB of tbaaka, reottle. ** *f under an agreement through an Mrs. Albert E. Schrader, wifeo The only reason nations hare WEATHER FORECAST "...._.,In.. FI.r....
.-rvpvct,, ebitoarjr. notice. etc.-will be' charged for. at act of Congress. < Lieutenant Albert E. Schrader, for demanding peace is to reload i : ell.'''. B. t.HIM-it. ........ .
.Le tale of far: entertainment cent a Una.fintlfm by ell.reDe'lrom- which U. S. N., is visiting her parents,I i their firearms.Maybe Key West and Vicinity: Partlycloudy A human hnme-lik. inntitntlnn.
a r._.n.. la to to* derived are ( cent a IkM. President Roosevelt removed WilliamE. Mr. and Mrs. Juan Delgado at, probably .occasional sh: ,i.where you..will find ynr (.4lMi.alrvmfort
The Cltlmcn I fornm '_ the who originated and Invites
au open *- person
Humphrey Federal Trade Commis- the home 518 Elizabeth street., of great Important.
"| ntcrcrt but It'will not b""" commonlutl Mill Sehrader arrived yesterday !i i m* i -
p anonymous -
.,... sioner on the ground "that the aims and from her home on the Pacific link between prosperity and the! I /1 '' A steel II......... b.il4lnir. I.*atr4
of the Administration with human ra e. j jI : !. the hears .r the elyBr.r7
purposes Coast. Mrs. Sehrader will be re r
I l. .
But the court decision hasn'thelped J a- K"Parlly -
supreme to the work of the Commission can membered as Miss Argentine Del I tt
doesn't] Room wllh Combination Tub
this "code'l in our head a bit. i The school; of experience I \ and Shower lialb, lUdin Ktrtri
gado. ;
with ;
be carried out most effectively trouble
i issue One has
per- I diplomas. no ; I. tilling. .'.n. Slat Door for SummmUlatlon. **
eonnel of own selection.. Humphreywas pointing out a graduate from its; ..t. / l : \ Comfortable Itota with
my i i illaltr s"" nf Inner Spring Cnnntrvetlnn ,
Roberts and Gwynn, real estate! classes l .
Subscribe to The Citizen and keep formerly a Republican Congressman, ; I, 'I : aid Individual Re.< -
dk'alers''with offices at ''Duval. "S J'11l J'I':inic {.amp*.
yourself informed. about. local. news and from Seattle and it, was admitted that he and Southard streets, have on ex -While we've nothing else! .in f / I RATES!

conditions.; had an excellent record in public service:; hibitlon a map of Key West which mind: wouldn't it be an approprilate r ,4-* ., vs Pr'ne... .!Sisal as.e
from made by time for. good man Sh.. .
was made surveys some ; toi CloaJy > Ml HMM. Prlvatr Math :.soI.
He sued the Government, but died withina Mr. Gwynn'a father; the late W., come to the aid of this country? ( I I... H..m.. ......... n... n --.. a...
A Congressman always faithfully rep few months. The Supreme Court decided A. Gwyrm. ':t iI'hkid this is the f era" .tonight and Thursday; i;; I''24:.. Sample HBn_.IfeMMn rlal*,..Private-flat Rata 4.a.a.*.

resents that group of his constituents who that the removal was excessive to most accurate map'of the city of Hney Long might carry the olid i I la moderate winds, mostly Foutb'rly. :,I Ij'Ij'I !llf.HT IXHRAKK FOR Iit'61.f
Key West now in existence. South for president if it ever acquires ( i UC't'1 PAT;
scare him most: the of the President. Humphrey'sname j
powers !
the same status that existsfrom I Florida: Partly cloudy, prnbftMy !! -- .- -- -.
was More than 200 members of the Huey's ear up. i occasional showers

The giving of credit is a mutual con- Presidents and legislators have a Sunday School of CongregationalChurch i 0 t::id! Thursday l i

venience between debtor and creditor, and way of letting their enthusiasm run away enjoyed an outing yesterday and Fir the photon new count of Barbara reveal Hutton them t| :Jacksonville to Florida! :Straits;; 'I
the east of the
just Moderate south
on and I<<)uthf'a
should not devolve into a liability. with their sober judgment, and when the fortifications. Through the courtesy dining in a hotel. Barbara has the j wind over central and south |wrtiona i
Congress yields to the Chief Executive in right idea of holding the count's'affection. :
of Captain Clark D. Stearns I' and moderate north
i : summer school or plan-
rash and commandant at the naval station ii northeast winds over extrt'
rushing through experimental :>>
Of Jonah is still with The i will feel
course, the government reservation was north portion; weather & journey, you
Citizen but he hasn't been saying much of schemes that seize the rights of the States opened for the picnic. The Sunday The only persons who were surfprised overcast tonight and Thursday.probably if you are sure that the

late. Probably has some "worriatfon." and their citizens, and impose restrictions school of which Victor Lowe is I cosmetics' to in learn the that middle women ago, were used with occasional! ihoweix.WEATHER Let us assist! you

upon all classes of citizens, something will superintendent numbers and has recent been growingin changesin those! who thought they kneW'.womeD. I CONDITIONS by converting your

If the deluge of rain keeps up in snap. the parsonage have been madeto !
In the present case; the Supreme accommodate the classes A alight disturbance that is c'nI
Nebraska that state ask for a Can explain
may navyas II, science or you TRAVELERS
Court used the power that it derives from caricature
its allocation from the recovery fund. why people frequently
a document known as the Constitution. It I A party of Key Westers returned deafness but not blindness asks a I KEY WESTCOLONIAL .
today from, a lengthy< trip Say. didn't a deadbeat I
There is alter-
the document. no
upheld j i I lost stolen
HOTEL or (un-
made in 35 foot boat which] for
The chief reason why there is so lit- I a ever try to touch you a ;
native but to obey the mandate :took them as far as British Honda I loan? involved is i refunded
tle respect for the legislatures is the fact In the Center of the Business
Chief Justice John Marshall "corrected" -I rax.! The trip was made .in four I all that Is necessary is
that so many legislators can be and are Thomas Jefferson. The Supreme I weeks. The vessel was captained l':, forced to discontinue their activities -, and Theater District time in the presence
bought. I by Joe Knight with Will Gomez by M*. Curry.
Court has always been the anchor of as engineer, George Ruane, cook: I First CU..-FireproofS .

:safety: and its conclusions( have always and V. Rivero, seaman. Visits I; The approaching of summer has Bi; >l* ,Rate
Any debt that is more than 30 days been 'accepted. That is particularly true were made to Havana, Puerto' no effect on the cigar: business inn' COFFEE Bt'-
Cortez and Belize. i' West. This is indicated by SHOP NOW OPEI
old, should bear interest. Otherwise the in this instance in which Chief Justice
tIn ,
the reports of manufacturers Ii Bank of Key West
debtors encroach the of the Garage Elevator. : ,
on '
preserves Hughes, backed by every member;! of the line with his duties as probation showing that orders now on handare i
banker and become chiselers. court has "corrected" some huge mistakes officer Joshua Curry has sufficient to keep the forces I Popular Price

made in the two relieved the citizens of Key Westof working; for at least two months
that have past years. -- .. .
the annoyances of bands of more at regular output. During,( -- -- - ---
South Florida considers the Cross Even the New Dealers when they get over boys who frequently congregatedon May there were'4.584,881 cigars; 1.I'.I".6.sT ." ,

State Canal a dirty dig, so accused by the their disappointment, will likely join with street corners,. wrecked gardens manufactured in Key West.. Revenue I ... .... .
t e e ...e...........e....1.e...eseee....e.....4e.a 11..11..1.11.
Tampa Tribune, and North Florida must the ret of the people\;! in rejoicing over the stole fruit from trees and paid on the cigars amountedto
generally mad life miserable for $33,723.81. j
acknowledge it as such: even if it is witha fact that nine wise men on Capitol Hill the residents,. in the vicinity of j

wry face. sitting as members of the most influential .their activities This is not the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lones announce JUNE

judicial body in the world have ruled sensibly ; fitit time this has happened. On the engagement of their SPECIALSDEGORATIVE
:several occasions the marauding daughter. Miss Violet R. Lones to
All will agree with the Toledo Blade and finally in one day upon three bands of incorrigibles have been Richard Hewitt. I II

that what this country needs is more pray- matters of vital consequence to the peopleof .------ I
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ing and less preying. And parenthetically the republic. I ENAMEL

speaking, this is a wise-crack that like : '
children, must be seen and not heard. "OLD HICKORY"A i,<

letter written by Mrs. Alice Stewart Lavender-Medium Gray-Sky BlueYellowFOR
Man had to learn to think to overcome : :
more powerful animals i or suffer extinc- Beard of Columbia S. C., whose ancestors I oi FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DECORATION :
neighbors of the Jackson declares l :
tion. Congi s..'which, permitted the president were t ':' AT i/2 REGULAR PRICE "
and'his .trusters do the thinkingwill that Andrew Jackson was born in wnztK snow i f ,. :
Lancaster South Regular Price Sale I ,Price.
hare learn county Carplina as : .. : :
itself tb to think again. .' ...
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.-, Jackson himself believed, though some ::\ 10. .. ,
historians say that he was born in North Ali /1! S : I i PINTS......_LH1..: __ 45c --23.
It H claimed there: are more than 5OOtJOOO ,- J : '
Carolina.The. :

( aliens ..in'the United States. Mil- : letter relates the circumstances I PINTS _...............,--.....--........... 80c 40c '
lions of these not relief i SiM
on are 1
surrounding the burial of Andrew Jackson '

deserving Americans from jobs. What Sr., father ,of the famed general and I OFFER R : QUARTS --..._._.:........_..._.._. $1.33 UOC |
nation other than this would tolerate such
president. When the elder Jackson died I J
a l
l in March, 17G7 his friends gave him. a i, .

wake in true Irish style imbibing freely of r'r't. '

t Once upon a 'me, in the days of the corn liquor during the night. Those accompanying 9 "

saloon\ and this happened in Key West a I the wagon bearing the remains EXTENDED "r i iI SPRINKLING CANS j

bibulous individual entered a saloon and to the graveyard next day were I i1t11.15; hl!THIS 61031 ,: Galvanized
I ladle ( ) J
J i. ta es..mdos.
asked for the best drink in the house. i :somewhat groggy and did not notice that I ; seat. l ID. b.-r .
i 2 pLJa ca..r a 2 res.I..trtrulr
Nonchalantly: the 8aloon-k 2per proceededin in going up a steep hill the, coffin slid out l ahsor.alaap.. : "

the cooler, drew, a draught of icewaterand I of the back end of the wagon onto the Until July sat you can ku t i.s ut ier veer d !j : 8 QUART ...._......._..,............._.......__._....... fOC 5

served the inquiring but perplexed ground. Consequently they. .arrived at the I place a GENERAL ELECTRIC i;.: :t th j I .

customer.Readers. cemetery without .the corpse! which was r REFRIGERATOR in i sat uusi ttma s Ib.e:. 10 QUART .. ......_ .............._.......... -...........?.. .... O&C
I ltd i ir
/tat-e.er co.
later found in the road about three miles I your home for a down pay- ar I V.valor tnnle'aeMt.h.utfa.y ; _
I ,
tte l .
of The Citizen were astounded back. ment of only $1.00. '.a 1 .L lc.I
to read an 'excerpt from a letter Andrew Jackson was born about two I'I : r "KILLS-IT" INSECT SPRAY |
written by Representative Wilcox to I' weeks after his father's death. He raced' :i This refrigerator has the'famous-sealed' '**.'-f" : : :

Superintendent Demeritt which stated that horses gambled much and-''"swore with a t i 'I in mechanism; and,the five year protective i. t' I

"whatever is accomplished 1 in the way of peculiar fluency. vehemence and exploive j plan is included in the, initial price. 1 1I .. -- PINT ........-... *._..*:.......... .. ..... ........_...._....... 15 C .
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benefits for the City will be due in no'mall force." He killed hs? man in a duel : .

degree to the entertainment whichwas anti was engaged, i in- many. bitter con- I i f- 4-T QUART ........ ....-........?...... .'''' ....................... 20.

given them.. The statement\ was in troversies, both public and, private. Monthly Payments .. ., ...

reference to the recent visit to Key Westof 'I Yet .be became in turn a congressman .. ..

a congressional committee. Let us hope i justice of the supreme court of Tennessee $2.00 with light bill

that the mental calibre of the congressmen i major general arid herof the your : i South Florida! Contracting & fopieeriiig Co. i iPIiccc

alluded] is not such as ascribed! by our representative I battle of New. Orleans first American governor -

in congress, and that they will II of Florida, United States senator and I i :. 593 White and Eliza StreeU !

be guided in their recommendations by the twice president of 'the United States- I The Key West Electric Company j j jI : "Y oarJ ome is worthy of the best" I

merits of the and not because the the most I :
case of I. probably picturesquecharacter .....................S.e.....ee.....e.C.CC.e.......S.................::
hospitality: accorded them. in our country's hL tory. '" 11'111'1111;

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SPORTS .... .. ...1 PERSONAL
s1NOPsl1: Osr If tit urn A.e She Insistedffh) te it that ITs 1
r..e..d tke walla, Altton Ride
Ir... very .a.ty predicament. like that sometimes I mean knew'lug (By JOVE) I 1723-Adam Smith, famed I STOMACH ULCER, GAS PAINS
..4.r*.l rd Mr t. sir worriH faMr. each other right off r There will be two games of dia- I tish political economist born. INDIGESTION victims, why
( Tkr er.
tm ...*( O.a.unexplained, serener: Alt- "Our minds fit. that' all. mondball played tonight at Bay- Died July 17. 1790. i suffer For quick relief get a
,ton alt it fomtichat worried t Alison nodded. In the silence that I I
eu* Air fftktr t. rtmti'tttHf fell between them view Park. The first content will free sample of Udga a doctor's
she consideredthat.
With Gtl./ Anton prescription at Gardner's Phar-
be between the Cuban Club and ,
Jv**lo* rtttenrmtf d. tell* stet It was true; she had known
t I- -- of George Waehi-gton, ]
Ise I2y fast. macy.
fob prrfcrnMj* that their I
.re ta tr Ale* iii ea* htlf people minds fitted had felt It 1, ........................et I Park teams. Virginia lawyer private in tileI may21-22-23-28-29-30; Jun 4-6-6-
c" M 4 help.Chapter. from the !rat. She dwelt on the fact I
i it DEFEAT t CONTESTS The second game will bring together -i! Continental Army. Jotice of the JI-12-13x
happily. looking ap found his eyes I
15' on her face.Suddenly<< FOLLOWING the Recreation and Lighthouse -j U. S. Supreme Court ((179S-1829)). .

almost violently he CINCYNINEBY i DIAMONDBALL I departments. 1 i born in Westmoreland Co., Va. FOR RENTBICYCLESWE
Died :Nov.
DAPHNE1Ott changed the sabjeet Tell me aboat iF r THROUGHBy f 1829. ,
your stepmother Ton haven't met i RENT by the
were going to say that you her yet?" :i HERE LEAGUE STANDINGS! 1809-Columbus!: Delano. Ohio'I Hour. Pay, or Week. Repairall
could show me real poverty.That's WfflEJHARGINj: ( .JOVE) YFSSTERDAYI, makes and paint them with
No.AUlOa recounted what she lawyer business ,
exactly what I want to ask it..**eeeeeee e ee*.....I*- man. congressman
70Coo1d you t" Il. tad opened his knew. He listened with Interest. I I and Secretary of the Interior N'u-EnameL We carry a full

JIlb1lti td* reply but she hurried on. nodding shooting a quick side- PITTSBURGH PIRATES' DOWN:,I In the .fame played on Sunday, ADMINISTRATION WON FROM I AMERICAN LEAGUE: under Grant, born at Shore- I II supply of parts Agent for the

"Waft rn explain..mean I really glance at her thee frowning. Askedat i 11 noticed that William Cates drove I Il : Club- W. L. Tct.1>> I I ham Vt. Died Oct. 23, 1896. Rollfast and Dayton Bicycles.

tact a Jot.A ." last."Has your father known her St. LOUIS CARDINALS; SOX I I home two runs, scored two himself t 1 SERVICE TEN; RECREATION: New York ..__. 27 15 .643 And sell them as low as ($5.00

.- long 1 l I Cleveland 23 16 .590 i down and $1.00 per week. We
fob II --'- i j 1823 George T. Angell. Boa
hit homer and single in four -- -
-No. Only a few weeks. I think LOSE IN CONTEST WItH a a DOWNS PARK GARAGE DEFEATS i and Sell all makes of used
I ._ .
Yes! And If I co and ask anyoneI i Chicago _.._, 22 16 .579.!; ton humanitarian active for a';'

know anyone of the kind of friends of They France.met when be was In the' South BROWNS I Ii I times at bat and his club won PARK OUTFITBy Detroit ...m....... ".'___ 21 18 .538;:j generation in promoting protection -J Bicycles. Phone 276. J. R.

I've keen brought vp with, they'll "Whereabouts was he!" Gay f i. their second straight game. It i. Boston ._...h..m' mm 21 19 .525'I I for animals born at South-j; Stowers company 615 Duval

Jut laugh and talk about maanoafnt asked that so anxiously that Alison ,r seems as if the team has just got Washington __._..... 17 23 .425;::[ bridge. Mass Died March 16. ':I street apr9-tf

of offer to let me help them was surprised (!Sprrlal t. Tae fltl..a) I started. I knew that when William JOVE Philadelphia ____..._ 15 23 .395 1909. :

run a hat shop or something. I dont "1 don't know. do ask?" ( ) I St. Louis .............-.. 11 27 .289 i FURNISHED APARTMENT elec
*ant that kind,of Job!" Why you I NEW YORK. June 5.-The got his bearings he would be : There were three games played I =j j'I tric ice box. Archie Thompson.

"I wonder It yea really mean what She.Xo could particular sot repress reason her curiosity.t-I Jest Chicago Cubs went to victory over I hard to stop and predict he will be I in the Social League yesterday. In NATIONAL LEAGUE i j j 1829 Lord Mount-Stephen.1!: 1001 F.at011l1treet. Phone 879J.
I Canadian financier born in j
you are saying!" wondered." the Cincinnati Reds, in a-one-sid-l!|I in the Southern League next year i the afternoon the Administration Club- W. 1... Pet. land. Scot-ii I II I may241moxFURNISHED
Died Nov. 29. 1921.
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26 10
"''I l do!" She wit eagerly earnest Excuse me, sir. wOl you be wanting ed game, with a score reading oft I i or before that time. ',defeated the Service ten by a 22 New York __ I
._. ..... 24 17 ..5S5Pittsburgh mod-
new -i doa't mean a paid Job: that anything else? Sweets coffee: 10 to 2. Youn Henshaw I' '- i
wouldn't be fair. Fie enough money! They both looked ip. aware suddenly Roy was I(! In the Georga-Florida League to 8 score. This game was a ...........0.. 25 19 .568 I 1856-Maud Wilder Goodwin,!;' ern (conveniences 628 White, or

ta:>> lire on and more than I want that the waiter had spoken on the mound for the Cabs ear-i|r the Capitols are now on the .t j I regular merry-go-round, for id f fI Chicago ........._. 20 17 .541 'I! author of romantic and historical I'1 Gaiti's Barber Shop. jun4tf

coming. Jobs are too precious to before, that! ke was standing-there lying bis,team to victory. i j i top rang of the league Lat!: Tuesday I|I I ended with 2& run scored, 40 safe : Brooklyn ._. .--_..-... 20 19 .513 novels born at Balis ton Spa. N.l'lI t

waste 6B people who've got money patiently holding out the mean
But It mast be possible to find something while two platefnls of congealing! the St. Louis Cardinals, 9 to 5t behind I Americus and this put them in the ''the leaders ,were:, Pitts Hale and I Philadelphia 13 23 ..361'Bttstdn Feb. 5, 1935. Ii I I 1 convenience, facing Park. Apply -

useful to do. something that food: lay oa the table untouched and the excellent !I lead and on Wednesday they beat j Cooper. In the field. Burnett,t __..._'- 10 27 .270 I -- 1408 Division street Phone

wouldn't be robbfng anyone and the other tables were already pitching of..'Cy" I them'Single game. In the doubleheader Sierra and Pitts starred. o- .. 1868-William W. Brandon, 487-M. jun4-3t

would be worth dolng n empty! Blanton. .i 1 i ,' 'Castillo was at bat 10 Score by innings: R, H. E. i:er and C. Griffin; B. Roberts and j 1' governor of Alabama born at ROOMS

"should think so;" he,:admitted It The St Louis Brooms triumphed -f times, hit safely four times, bat- Service 140 001 200. 18 8 t.,.R. Alvare. I}I Talladega. Ala. Died in Tnscai -
reluctantly. HEAVEN'S! Look at the the White 11 to 1. : -- loo Dec. 7 1934.1886Edward ;
GOOD over Sox ted in fout runs and had 13 Administration I i a THE l\\ ROrRooms $2.00
Could' yea kelp. me t. find itT : Alisonstarted up. "Fm The defeat shoved the White :'Sox':: chances in the field without an 026 804 02x-22 22 In the third game the Garage i i, $2.60 and $3.00 week

He said bluntly. ..'"Vou're too supposed to be at my dentist at half- to third place behind the idle',' the Batteries! Ortega, White; Williams boys defeated the Bayview Park'!i J. Thorp noted per
error. On Wednesday! night Double and Single., 128 N. E.
young." past two!" Cleveland Indians. j I Jones White 14 to 9 score At bat the football coach born in New York. ,
I I 16 and Nodine. !, 2";"ten by a 1 j I
league stood Tallahassee. won 4th street; Miami Fla.
; ,
Alison was hurt. "Why do ,.ou'Ii But yon haven't eaten a thing! The Boston lied Sox defeated 13 lost Panama City 17 14 E. Roberts and J. Cooper.In leaders were G. Acevedo, with ]I Died June 23, 1931.SNAKE i
j I won. jnay24-lmox
He I
taatr was .BOW. "Ton mu.th.ye
the 2.1 in fair times
Washington! Senators 3 to i three safeties up. :}
"Because It's true. The kind of some lunch. It's .bad for yon I!i lost. On.Thursday afternoon they Gabriel Mora I i
W. Ferrell performed on the! 3 to the second game the Recreation In the field Lewis. IN OVENi FOUND
not to. Besides if you've got to farea '! defeated Americus again by a
thing you want to do needs two I
mound for Boston with Hadley: ; ten defeated the Bayvie and A. Gonzalez starred I -

things, training and sympathy. They dentist" Walter ** serving Washington in the same 1 2! score, Castillo hit one safely :;I Parkers by an 9 to 6 score. The Score by innings: R. H. E.I i j i LYONS. Fran_ .-Mme. Mar- SPECTACLES.Owner .
." !Co. I don't want It. honest t in four times at bat. batted in two J
Loth take time to a< capacity. leaders at bat were: C. Griffin Garage 314 012 3-14 10 4'!j: iette Pallier of this city was bitten -t
do.'& into rd sympathisewith Alison stopped him. "I'Ye masses to j! runs. Amerlcns' palled a triple: I ,'' may. have same by pay-
These were the only game played ( with three out of three; Varela Bayview Park- by a snake which had coiled'itself'in ofaine
people who! were badly off?" do entIl1II1Ista't be late for Daphae. play on the Capitols. This, is the t lag for this ad or return
in either of the major leagues, walked twice and hit safely once. 035 100 2-11 11 12j' the oven of her kitchen
rm bit Get him call Jeffefi
She could not keep her disappoint not a hungry. to second time that has been done in taken b7 'mistab. -
ment out of her tone. me a taxi." I the others scheduled( having been ,. this league. With the bases loaded In the field Teal and Griffin featured Batteries: L. Castro and II. stove. !I'i B. Browne. jnnl-tf

"I think you'd try to." He was gentle Guy gave the order On the pave called off on account of rain. !|I in the sventh. Martin hit to the The pitching of Walker tro; B. Roberts, C. Puebla cas-I

all of a sudden. "But It's not the went helping -her Into the taxi he The summaries: |j pitcher, who threw home and also was a feature. I Alvarez. 1 A 14-inch Moorish' dagger. PIANO TUNING

fairy godmother staff that people said. "Look here- we must meet t NATIONAL LEAGUE I 1[I catcher threw to first for a dou- Score by innings. : R. H. E.Bayview I !'which Midshipman John D. Healer

need. Ira understanding. Friendliness. again" At Pittsburgh R. H. E.f' bks but the first baseman Park- I\ Coffee made from dehydrated 'took from a foe he killed in the FIANO TUNER Laureano Mo.

And that's the result of experience "We must" she agreed "Father St. Louis _...._ 592-'threw play Castillo 310 002 0-6 5 4: bananas which are roasted, isi battle of Tripoli, is in possession(t i reno. Excellent piano for sale
to third who caught: "
yon know. wondered If by any chance you'dcare Pittsburgh _._._ 9 8 01'' Recreation 131 120 :*-8 10 41 coming into use in New South of his descendants at Williams- j cheap. 1018 Division street.
off the bag between third and
to have lunch with us tomorrow Batteries J. Heosser and Batteries Weintranb J. Va. 1
Then 171 get.some. that's alirHe ?" : Dean. home for the third out completing : Wales burg, m23-lmo
said suddenly "D'yoa know. Delancey; Blanton and Grace.
"Thanks rd love to." He had a triple play.
I believe you would! When I met I
taken her hand held It In a hard
you. first. I thought that yon were At Chicago R. H. E. e
grip. "What time The Ross-McLarnin sim-
the other kind. He was hesitating Cincinnati _......_._ 2 12 2 i| .
"One ply our
now. awkwardly.. "The kind of rlrlwbo' In the taxi. Alison sat with her Chicago ._..._...._._10 12 21(' Max Baer will punch the
got everything she wants anddoesn't
Batteries Johnson Brennan ;
hand held her : ,
tight against
np : from under Braddock probably -
those others
But now-worry.. cheek as if that fierce hand grip and Lombard!; Henshfw and Hart- within six round At the : c, .". .." ,. ". .._. ':" .",,.,'. .
still hurt.It nett. Odea. i i iBrooklyirat ;: : :
"Will you help mar ; present moment our experts are ; .
ws Just tea-time when she
"I'm not sure if I can. It deed.." got | f.ortrajjn in pretty word"petues} .. .
home,' followed by an armful of 'I Boston, postponed.rain. .- i'- -
"What out" parcels and with a heady sence of a new 'James Braddock. a Brad- ttt\\._' r k: ;j
"The- -the business I was talking doc!; who has sprouted suddenlycut I: .
freedom the delightful reeling that "'t.f' > L
-----r "
about Just cow As 1 told you. I'm of the fi tic gutter into a full .. ry
she wits done for ever with schools : -
New York at Philadelphia postponed -
stsrtiss all over again or rather I'm and that London was a gay placeand grown and :ul1-=>!oom litavj-wefoht: I e 4n.<
gains to try to; but first I've a rather '
that life bad really begun. a killer on. wheels a crusher of >-

sticky Job to settle. She pulled off: her little son bat jcwLones. We can't accept this. :
"Yon mean': building something .f' .
ruffled up her' curls and ran up to Hi'ir.an nature hn't built that way. ; .
"Xo. he added slowly "Just a St. Louis it. II. KChicajJo 3 :
the drawing room to out berfather' Hair does not sprout en a man'
rather difficult job. Until' that's pour ......._-&-_.-.._.-- 1 10 1 ...:
tea. as she always did when rhc through. I can't do anything very St. Louis ..__..m.J__.......-11 14 0 a : s
she was at home. She had openedthe become a Napoleon! or e t ,c
much for anybody.It goes all right. Batteries: Fischer Phelps
door when she Alexander the Great in the twilight

well then-I 1 might be able to help. stopped shyly. remembering I Vance and Sewell; Coffman and
of hi* career Braddock i il!
"It's good of yon' said Alison .
Her father was In his accustomed ley, Y.of
29 old. in for
gratefully. "Ton know, even to talk year -jp years 0j
like this Is a help. My friends I chair by the tea-table but on the ;;-- !j!1 Fri".'fighter. In other words. we.
R. II. E-
other side in her own place sat a At Washington 1. i
mean of my own age-wouldn't understand woman. Boston ..........__..-. 390.; are led ti Relieve that the Bradjonk -

It a bit. They'd tell me to "Ah!" Robert Ride looked round Washington ....X.:...__.-_ 291 l} who will face Baer next I
do two nights a week at a mission ( Thursday night; for the world'schzmpionhip
smiling. "Here you are! Well Batteries: W. Ferrell and R. ':
or something and that's not what I :: :: is i: the tame old BradI -
Daphne here's my little 'girl-not Ferrell Hadley and Bolton. }
want" But you do und rstand." such a very little girl,you ..eeClnersopblsUcatedhard!" ; .-- I I 'ockjtho' was ;knocked on his J>fel!!? '
1 think I da. I by Lon Fco2zt. not !
j"It's one so many
!That I I
Cleveland at Detroit, postponed,
funny Isn't it? said Alison.
was the first Impression which onths, ago, and who also has been }
"Von mean. that as far as time flashed through Alison's mind as rain. beaten) by such rhters u Baxter i

goes we've" only met for aCe.. she advanced slowly to greet the ---- : Calm/ Tonv Shncco. Tom Patrick .
hours 1' Philadelphia at New York post- '
arib' other. And ",e're further 6
woman who would be her step < -

'" mother.A poned, rain.. =kspestinR that you tan trima ,
"WES. She was silent. brooding
on the wonder: of, It., lie was bony, sallow face a pair) of .................... .... jackals! esrs out yon can't keep ;
lustreless dark eyes which veiled fc'm froth brayir.
looking at her absorbedly but she the thoughts behind them a mouth Today In History i o1
did not notice. "Why Is it like that ., t
that had no kindness in Its curves: ........... .
sometimes Just,with( some people" .......... --
and '
a graceful; Agere a nose
"Skipping the flrstaagesr thick black hair-so much %Nature' 1783-Man successfully Wentup e.
"Tes!" She smiled a(bent delight" had given Daphne Snraers. The rest in the; air in a 'balloon-the

edly. "As if you'd meC before you was sheer art. Montgolfier( brothers French:paper R [[ L fi m'
know and were Just! picking up first !I
threads." "" A bold a daring hand had chosen manufacturers, made RUSSELL'Si! I
to emphasise deliberately the clos> public balloon ascension. : 1"
"Or as If It was fafe. He said that
set eyes the high cheek bones and ,..
In such a low voice that she barely : arched nose: by a touch of dark 1848-First State legislature in in my opinion '.
caught!: the words.
plucked eyebrows, a magenta i
rouge f
Wisconsin convened. 7
.y. .
She weal on eagerltou lipstick, the way the dull black hair milder ;f
know. I felt I could talk to yon and had been drawn back off a high narrow they are f.

that you'd understand, even when forehead and Its ends piled up 18P1--Uncle Tom's Cabin"first -0-
we .were going through the house appeared as a serial tory in i
and up Into a mass of very tiny and
I mean I wouldn't have dared to tell curls even tbe red and black dress a Washington, D. C. anti-slavery Daily Baseball Returns they certainly

most people that I'd thought 1'lIleen that she wore, all served to lend a magazine-particular attention k

a You ghost didn't.They'd have laughed: at me. touch of mystery to a gipsy's face. I paid to it at first. k- By Wire have a pleasing

Twenty-thirty-forty? Even now .
"Why should I laugh? I knew you that she had seen her Alison did not I 3 1916-British cruiser Hampshire -o-

weren't the sort of person that talks know the answer. She only knew with Earl Kitchener. Secretary COME IN AND GET THE taste and aroma 1'1'.f.

about ghosts unless you'd seen some that she felt an Intense repulsionto of War. aboard, sunk by mine.
thing pretty bad." He was quite positive. those hard eyes. i RESULTS OF THE

She held out her band trylag hardto 1917-N'earty 10000.000 Americans MAJOR BASEBALL 1! f.. .;

"I know. I felt that. 1 mean that Instil warmth lato her tniila. I registered under Selective LEAGUES I i :
you knew that: I wouldn't Just makeit "My dear!" ; "I
ill ." I Draft Law.1923U.. --0- '
up.I (Co'rriItf.IU'. critic It. WiuJ" ;; 'y.4smt .j" l:: ,
"I knew you were pretty badly j jttnanimou.ly CIGARS, CIGARETTES, 1 "
Court '. ,. .
scared, and that If* take a lot toscar S. Supreme ; 'Jt" < : .JrZ 'j
AIo"l4U!! :tt a dft.t; : 422.. decided labor unions SOFT. DRINKS, : I
)'ou.be explained.Today's tomorrow. ;,- .: I"
Sable for damages. ETC. N

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69 years ago. i jI I I John :Mayaafd: Keynes. famed ,MAIL ROUTES FOR i j'

-- I I(I English; political economist and PORT TAMPA-HAVANA-WEST INDIES ; r

author born 52 years ago. Effective March ISlk 1935
Prof. Ransom A. Moore of the i i f r
Leave Key West for Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays: c:
.Un.%. of YV'i'conMn College' ef>' ,THEATERWm. :
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Agriculture; noted agronomist,', Cargan-Patricia Ellis in Leave Havana for Key West Thursdays and Mondays, : '..m._.:-.if.A'i/Mi (a: iq

born at.W ewnnnee. "'is., 74 years 1 I Al NIGHT AT THE RITZ Lean Key West for Port Tampa Thursdays and Mondays '

f ; 6:30 P. )I., ; ';.!; _

ago. I Helen Hayes-Robt.VANESSA Montgomeryin Tkuta..a..rYatI.a. aid lafWsMtfea at,Ticket Offfo ti. :J\ ;'a...

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x: : :-: ....... ......--. .. ...... .. MAY PROVE ASSETINNEWCAPACITY by"blouttSQotl ht" t PLANS CLOSING

Mrs Claude Gandolfo left -------------------------1 I 14coastrfoaxift
t...........................................4.... afternoon for her home yesterday in- \

To Beaumont Texas called there by in Miami for an operation to relieve I ', I
Melody Hour Program Be Sun Mattress Company, 609
the illness of a sister. a congenital dislocation of tA ff {tt ,
the hip, returned yesterday. I I N" Past Duval street which for the past
Presented On Thursday Night PREMIER IS by I
I Mrs. J. Q. Walden left yester- NEW FRENCH I : : month has been operating in this
day afternoon for San / ab atl
-- Captain 1\1.1\1. Waller in chargeof SHOWN TO BE JOVIAL BUT 'city remaking old mattresses, repairing .
California, after several I vas
Wes'Melody from Tannhaeuser recently spending
-Tile fifth Key I
dredge operating on Lake box springs upholstering!
I I played in masterful fashion by the weeks in Key West. a STRICT DISCIPLINARIANWHEN fe42ue y.f
Hour ,will be presented by the Okeechobe,,la.ft yesterday for .
commodore, will be repeated this I I lt1HfzwlCl. furniture, etc., will return to Mi
Chamber Musicians at 8 p. nu, 1' 'Miss Robin Hannibal, who was the acene of operations after a NECESSARY I + ami shortly.
time on the violin by Mr. Saun- I
Thursday, in the Colonial Hotel.I ders, with Mrs. Sawyer at the the guest of Mr and Mrs. Ralph visit of five days with,his family. !. f I They have requested all per

The group is under the direction!' piano. They'will also play a selection 'Milner for several weeks, left yesterday -; 107<< A.__|.<*4 Pre..) { sons wanting this type of work

of Commodore von from Verdi's opera "II for a visit ill New York before 4oe.Beaver,Jr..who-was recently PARIS June >.-:As premier of tI I .gCUIION done to see them immediately before
H., D. W.Opera. IIietk-Liuba.1:Trovatore." returning ta her hAmfe'inCali graduated from Spring Hill I France at A criti *Ltim jFernand leaving.

music...will I Misses Norma Yates, violin, and fornia. High .Schoolat Mobile.' Ala, is t Bcuisson mny find his voice one I This company has a large factory
during the hour. For the first i Alee Curry piano will contributewith spending his vacation with his par of his best assets. doing this work in Miami.
time, voice will be introduced in a, three interesting numbers: Sirs:Tanner, wife of,A..C. Tanner ents until time t8, resume his Powerful as a' big flog.born in : Before leaving they will make arrangements

program of the Melody Hour..J the "Orientale" by Cui. "Kujaiak" in charge of sanitary activi- ttudies when he will enter Spring the harbor of his home city, Mar-' to take care of Key
George Mills White director of i, ,,' by Wieniawiki, and "AdagioPathetique" ties with the Florida EmergencyRelief Hill College. settle, he has used! it many a time West work in this factory at no
the-llusie Section of the Key West': by Godard. Administration, left yester- I' to quell parliamentary storms I I extra expense to their local eus-
three I day for a visit at her home in with a few terse commands. I tomers.I .
Administration will sing { Margaret Zinaida von Mietk- I
Mrs. West Palm Beach, I Mrs. Maria Nieves Rodriguez, When he was president of the { N! p =
number, accompanied by i j Liuba, who regularly plays the :
I of Gonzalo Bezanilla
he I
Ruth ,Stewart. "A Song of India -:' Provisional Theme Song of the chamber of deputies a position I Subscribe to The Citizen.
.Miss left ger of the Palace Theater, who was held 1925 few
Dorothy Key yesterday] from to a days ago
offer "La
Dedication" and an Melody Hour, will I.I
afternoon for Miami where she visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bezanilla,I when he was elevated to the pre-
will i
from the opera "Rigoletto" j Golondrina. \ "
be his selections. j Two more opera selections will will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. I left yesterday afternoon to join a miership following the Flandin I' FAST FREIGHT: SERVICE

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Grillion-; entertain the audience. The commodore Orlean Bennafield. daughter and enjoy a lengthy visit cabinet's downfall. Bouisson madeno % : :i ..
at her home in Atlanta. the obstre-
SaWyer, organist of the First will play the most beauti- I I bones calling
'i r
Methodist Episcopal Church will ; ful arias from "Faust" by Gounod H. G. Wenzel. passenger traffic -. perous to task: by name. 1 NEW YORK
| of the ClydeMalloryLines
play the "Coronation March" from : and "Tosca" by Puccini. manager Mrs William Freeman left on Very Plain Spokes:
"Le Prophete. Gerald Saunders i The last Melody Hour had a who was in Key West for the afternoon train yesterday fort' There was no "gentleman from j J 1 and BOSTON
brief left for Mi-
Choir Director of the same church very satisfactory attendance and a visit yesterday Miami where she will spend awhile the Seine" or any such eircum-,

will render on the violin the \'Cry'' several requested numbers are on ami. I with relatives. locution for him. One day he gave Ralph Bellamy-a. Talc BJ# lL--Q farms- I From Key West alternate Friday

beautiful Serenade from "Les tomorrow's program. It is an- an ever-protesting communist party -i muuaturc. SkertocA, etfcHaitncs. Poland. .
fit From New York alternate Tue.
Millions d'Arlequin." I"Spng i nounced that the affair is quite John Saunders left yesterday, i 1_ Parris' .;\ h .. ]leader the yellowed injunction: 1
Jo the i Evening Star"t informal. afternoon for Winsdor.A***aa>#: a.I V. A. t rM ar-;: Cachin thou wilt immediately* I days

.,".. ,. returping to employment with tlv -uvatt_yesterday morning ..tor.' a bOpkle, for me that mug of yours-i Ib.OOO votO of *Uttrid u vote uttLhtd at Columbia. From Bo>i.n)alternate Saturd.y.r
Santa Fe R. R., in the capacity of brief business visit and left in the toute de suite!" L.J ""' I J StuMat to limulaQ r Ala' AEtll55RLEANS] \. KEY WEST

Palatka 'Folks .:,' I Arrange Dance AtHabanaMadrid switchman: as.,he was during last I afternoon for his.home at Marathon -I Once he said to ,have told I ..r c..ar..i: AlienaterdMrn4ay. .. Arrive
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reason. Q j _, : A : former Premier' Laval: "Be thou', : Key \* t ** .y ..
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Visiting,.Here \i Club I : I quiet, my little one; thou art -- i''CLYDEMALLORYju

I Miss Helen Remson. whi Hva I William Nelson left over the only a senator and there only a., 134 following the February riots. ness!' man and .shipper served as, ,'
Mr. and Mr?, Roscoe C. Blown, Habana-Madrid Club membersand the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roland 1 I I East Coast yesterday afternoon.,:'guest in thiS'at< embly!" I Jfc is a jovial person, but a strict government commissioner for,
of ,Palatka, ar;f visiting their son- their guests will be enter. Weatherford during the winter, to attend the funeral of his''' Aspremier, the 60yearoldleader disciplinarian when necessary. maritime transports and of the GEL SMITH, Wrlook ,..Ate.f.he __
in-law and daughter.Mr. and Mrs. left for her home in Rye N. Y., takes command of During the war, Bouisson, a busi merchant marine. |
brother Emelius who died in perhaps
tained tonight with June dance. I
Ross C. Sawyer Jr., accompanied a and returned within two weeks for the biggest battle of !'
ami yesterday. --- ------ ----- -
by-- ,..on and daughter-in-law, The affair will start at 10:00 another visit. left yesterday after- 1\r.-I' career in politics the fight to j _
}fr. 'and Mrs. Sheldon W. Brown,; o'clock. noon and will return the first of keep the franc from devaluation., '
and baby, from Perry, Fla. September.Mrs. I Frank Henriquez and I
Each month the HabanaMadridplays Born in Algeria ,
who had been while!
They are guests at the home of I j I spending a I .
host to its members and j i visiting in Key West left yesterday It was this fight that felled the' be I/o'y'dwinkec/
Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Sawyer, Sr., Aurelio Martinez left ye.vi:
their friends with a free dance in j I for their home in Miami. They 1I I iI Flandin government. The former. lit
at'623 Eaton and to
street expect terday afternoon for Miami whereshe I '
asked for dictatorial
remain for: about 10 days. i i appreciation of their patronage. I will spend! a while with rela!I I were Mra. Edith accompanied Henriquez.on the trip' by J i; powers premier;' the chamber of deputies ::p o ACCEPTING IMITATIONS

--- --- tives. i voted lack of confidence.

i .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Mrs. Goshorn. wife of G. N.! Bouisson, born in Constantine To *tt-thc original 1 Davie 100% Pare Paint
Miss Sara Fernandez, teacher at j has : BQsure to MADE IN BALTIMORE.
[ Goshorn. deputy collector of customs --', Algeria, been a deputy for j Nm'AIII
NOW AND THENBy Wesley House School, left yesterday -! in charge at Key West left'!< Marseille since 1909. He was a for Davie 100% Pare Paint has often ken .apse
i afternoon over the Eaft Coast I I I over the highway this morning'i'i i loyal member of the socialist this Label imitated,bat never.. .duplicate | ..:::::.
for Miami route to her bonus inI ; but Davi 100 Pure Paint conform -
en ,with her daughter: Miss Marguerite* party resigned from it in % with ===
SINGLETON) I j!I an Law and if the M=.--
( STEPHEN COCHRAN Tampa. I j I and son, Nicholas for a visit In: pure paint only paintthat -

.- ..- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-,.-.- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- ;I relatives in Tampa. aJUaPUJ9I carries a guarantee of purity. "='_=-"= "
Miss\ :Maude Johnson daughter! With'l I PALACEDorothy PAINT! rt.
(View or opinion ex- I of the Department of Conservation of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson:'I r (bok for this Guarantee the Label
S. Hall from
J. evangelist
.retted'in The Forum arc I' of the State of Loiusiana, we who was employed in Tallahassee,' been MacKaill-Regis;J Tourney W.*.*__...,. Islands who had ,
solely thece of the writer i find that Louisiana does some- during the session of the Florida i holding Bahama services, tt Grace and I,I PICTURE BRIDES ear erarfM .. mU* by .> B.k..era tt .oU tkTM..b Dalen only,

'and not of Th. CitixenI:) j I I thing more than spend money on State legislature returned yester-. Truth Hall, left by train Jack Holt-Mona Barrie in THEERDAVlSCa "IMisMd 1899 BrUTIMOREte'

I the conservation of her natural day. I, day for Minneapolis Minn.,yester-I'ill UNWELCOME STRANGERMatinee !
G. C. ROBERTS Corner Caroline and William Streets
One needs a liberal endowmentof resources. She regards them as a I tend a Bible conference. ) }j ] 10-1SC Nights 15-ZSc J J
optimism to get mikh cheer proper and prolific source of re Wallace B. Kirke who was a i v.ill be joined by Robert Stratton I,
., out of the session of the\' Florida venue. What she would have done, guest along with his fatherinlaw. -, in Miami. who she will make the I : ,
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legislature now adjourned.It had nature endowed her with the Wm. R.' Porter on Norberg I trip with him. 1---
'Is fair to presume that they Everglades and the otter, is hardto Thompson's yacht Marita. cruising 1
are representative of the people telL But she did have marshes through the keys, left the vessel -I 1I I
who have entrusted their welfare 1:,'and muskrats and regarded them at a point on the keys and re- !

into their keeping. When we seethe ''''as part of the Commonwealth.The turned by rail yesterday.Mr. I :H -

need of better representation, result is that in one year she I
doubtless we will get it. Until produced furs to a value ex- and Mrs. T. T. Thompson, I II FIRMS ,
then we are getting about that ceeding the value of the fur production Who were visiting with relativesin

evote for.Florida !|.f of ALASKA-AND CANA- Miami returned yesterday. I .
DA' Employment has been givento

by Its: resources.is a rich., To state the measured priceless, thousands of people and the Mrs. Ro-salioAJPalmer returned I! THE.TRUTH Who Rush To Give You Service-Patronize Them
share of the Commonwealth in yesterday from Miami where she
climate is added i
value of our an' ABOUT YOUR EYES
1929-30 had been spending a while with
.winter of was
amount of tangible wealth that,) $60.716'1/ Whether enjoy good
'1 45. Crabs and shrimp come in for relatives. you
in capable government hands
vision or suffer from impaired
should relieve us of burdensome;;' like conservation and production Frank: Guito. student at Southern vision you should know the

taxation. Too long have we yelled I I I I of revenue. Dental College, Atlanta,. Ga., truth about your eyes. JOHN( PARK AMERICAN.COFFEE ROSES
The the
it.1TJie oil sulphur salt
to the world. "Come and get gas. arrived yesterday for a vacation An Eye Examination by a THIS I SPACE:
'i etc., produced from the natural Now Offered in 3 Grades
: growing strength of the belief -1'' with his family. registered optometrist will tell ,
the should be resources of Louisiana are con-
that alligator
you the true condition about FLORAL PIECES A
protected from extermination is sidered to have their sources in and whether 328 SIMONTON ST.STAR., tb 25c;
the Commonwealth of that State, I I your eyes you LARGO Ib 18c;
an indication of a widening vision. need glasses. ; SPECIALTY 12 Insertions
Another indication:: \ i is, found in and for the depletion of those Chafing V. & S., tb 15c:.

Senator. :. Gonjcz.effort: to ,put a resources the State demands a i For a complete eye test, see PLUMBING I ,
It At Your Local PLANTS and VINES "
consideration Rashtoo'
stop to the'trapping of crawfish. and considers itself DR. J. A. VALDES
As ae matter of fact, insteadof under an obligation to con- ; Grocery Store P E R'I' N T H
stripping Florida of this serve and where possible to increase Resinol i Orthofon Soft-Ute Licence "I' i 5 !

Heliciou*'. product: for the benefit' the source. 532 DnT I Str.et 1 "DURO PUMPSr ,_Roasted i in Key West by SOUTH FLORIDA

of the lobster palaces of northern)i When Floridians are worthy of ,t. r MILL '
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cities,-we! should keep them for the privilege of inhabiting this PLUMBING ,SUPPLIES: NURSERY

the,.benefit of ourselves and our', State, it will be necessary for r- .' .A'",.- 512 Greene Street $3".00

visitors we would simply be' any man who aspires to represent ((1 I IGI PHONE 348 Phone 256
making the best of one of our' them in Senate of Legislature, to PHONE 597

natural advantages. They should produce evidence that he has done
no more be shipped out of the something more than to slap
state than are quail or bass. If' backs and approve of loyalty tq f I 1 -- 1. ,, I -READ- HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE
the alien millionaire wants crawfish the government. He will have to INSURANCE

let him pay the price of ad- show that he has actually studied t' 3I Tf"T THE KEY WEST
mission to the state that produces, the' problems that affect the wel- I Jewfish. Z IL. 35c

them. They will produce more'. fare of the people. USE I4.t14 Yellowtail Steak 2 Ib*. 35c _' Office: 319 Dural Street ''-

cash in that way; to say nothing i 1 Yellowtail on Bone, 2 Ib.. 25c SUNDAY STARSubscription r
of the fact that we would like[I FAMILY NEWSPAPER _
t Grouper. 2 Ib* 25c
the next generation of Floridians ITS PURER! TELEPHONE NO. 1 -
to think better of us than they!j i FRANKFORT, Kv.-Ben Marshall LASTS LONGER! I Sapper, Z IL.. 25c $2 Per Year
will if we aLow the crawfish to be i, of this city publishes a family Mottos Fish Z IL.. Z5c
exterminated. j|I newspaper for the benefit of f I Key W eat'- Only Sunday -THE- Try Ye.r Meals AtDelmonlco
To get back to the matter of, eight sons and live daughters who hj4 ICE REFRIGERATORS PaperBusiness / Restaurant
our COMMONWEALTH. We are, are living in various parts of the PORTERALLENCOMPANY

rich in Fullers earth, naval stores:: country.BumsteadsWormSynip. IL I Made of all metal-equipped t FREE PROMPT DELIVERY Office Citizen BnoVeUer Beer ___..___ lie

exquisite travertine rock phosphate i'i with WATER COOLERS L I LOWE FISH COMPANY Building Six C.nr*. Dinner. ...... '
and other treasures. What '
the Commonwealth gets out fIts 1 + e t They're i Economical t PHONE 151 PHONED 51 --------- SOc 7s... ..d aSe

phosphate mines is mainly a, "
hole In the ground. We might geta ""T. ebndr..a* an .<.......4..af...mint.IT *NtVKRFAIUS. VTIwreitrartiaa 100 Per Cent, Refrigeration: E ,
.. nnplto .earrltT and' e..r.w. I f -
useful lesson from our sister I e..t.f...... ..SANTOM. ..ft.raataiaa fall dun I TIiI I Satisfaction I II AAROfLMcCONNELLS36 Our Reputation 'i* Wrap* PRITCHARD
state of Louisiana ; .1-" *"a+ I M>M enrywhaftr =
kr _u.. ... a _tl.. J11-1 .. Fleming; Street cK .
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